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It Says

Here "
By Smitty
The i- ue of why Waynes '
ville's ondary source of
power.wa not u in the Mon-
day blackout thr e week ago
has been larifie by Dayton
Power and Li ght Company of-
ficial. "
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No one in Waynesville has
the authority to thr0W t11e
Lyt[ Road to bring
electnclty from another line.
Not even the Xenia offi.:e of
the' company has that authority.
Only the central dispa:tcher of
the compan y in Oa'lton cart
order the swit..:h thro Im_
The reason for this i that
repai rmen might be wor kin[{
on lines which would he affect-
ed by the switch. The y could be
electrocuted if a "dead" line
suddenly were turned on.
Hence, the dispatcher must
. know where all repair crews are
workina' before he permits the
. .secondary power to be cut in.
Radio reports make this pOSe
sible. Monday's long blackout
was due to the fact that several
trees were down on t he' lines
near Sprir.g Valley, but the reo
pai rmen came across them one
.at a t ime and thought each one
was the last. At no time did it
seem to them that it would
take long to restore service.
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Seen ' driving through
last Tuesday morn_
mg: A new sedan bearing
Zacatecas fi cense plates. Yes, I
said Zacatecas, and meant it.
The tags were black on yellow
but smaller than Ohio's. '
Never beard of it ? Neither
had I, but an atlas I
n' . seeing . things. It is
.a. st.ate m central Mexico, west
of the Pan American Highway
It is separated from' Texas 6y
some 300 ' mites-of the state
Coahuila, which also has , lic-
ense tags rarely seen in U. S.
Here endeth the geography
, . (! son for lhe day. .

The question of m1any local
. Jes ldents about the practicality
of television sets in Waynes.
ville has bet,n answered. They
'vork.
Paul GUMin bas been oper-
ating a set for some time' in his
Ildio shop on lower North
reports fine recep-
tIOn of _programs from Cincin-
nati's W L W T.
AJthough Waynesville -, is
near the edge of the 40-mile
circle of guaranteed reception
there has. been no difficulty. '
There IS also a set iii oprra..
tion 'in Lytle.
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7 Hurt In Cra." 'Iii
Six persons frorn;
one from' Middletown were
Injured Saturday morning when
two brand-new 'cars collided
head-on at a curve on Route 13
a mile west of HarveYSburg
.. A Buick convertible ownea
by John A!lams of Miamisburg
was driving down .the bitJ on
wet pavement, and apparently
into a Oldsmobile
which had ne.rly.stopped
OIl Its own side. of the road be-.
fore the All six occu-
pants of the Buick, including
two young children, were
and one is expected to IQse one
or both eyes.
Last year, 33 per cent of all
persons ' killed Qn America's
streets and highways were ped.
estriaJls. Watch while you
walk I
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The Miami
liHA'Z E TIE
SERVING WAYNESVILLE SINCE 1850
No. 4377
F I VE CENTS A C,OPY

WAYNESVIL.LE, OHIO
Civic Club to Hold
Meeting, at Camp Hook
fHURSOAY, J U L Y 15,
Cabby Gets 'Permit,
Leaves Town .
194f
VergiI . "Wi mpy" Bradshaw
The Ciy-ic Club's Jul y meet , cam t o Wayn'e ville 'on Wed
'will be held Monday even- nesday of last week, appeared
a,t Camp Hook, t he before the village council to get
Miami-Gazette Moves to New
Building near _Locker . "Plant
'liAAC KEARNS
t'_a.ac Karns who ,has been
a rcsi j nt , of Bellb!1ook for
several years passed a:wa
Mon ia. evening an j \ a bur
ted from th McClure Funera1
Home, Thursday.
Burial \ a in prina'boro
Cemeter "here hi wife and.
chil Jre buried. He leaves
half brother and several
niece nephews.
, \\,h ' d, s veryth in?: in ' a
shop have to. b so
heav ?' gruntej the movers as
th Miami Gazett ' e m 'nt
\ ferred thi week to :t
t ela -, Li. "onel' te buH ii.lg
on th all ea-t of M.ain Street
near the Waynesville 'Locker
Plant.
It was a four day task to ,
the plant forcing this
we .. k' , issue to. be late although
fI li I' a<Yc had ,b ... rn be
for the moving began last
Monday.
Scout s summer camp , sIte. . ..
will meet at the a permit to st:art a taxI servIce Ch h f Ch
'vYayn sville Met hodist Church here, and paId $5. 00 for the ' ore 0 r-,s'
at 6 :30 p .. m. on to permit. He to rent a
t
drive to the camp for dmner. room here and announced that
In the old buHdir.g on Main
tr et, which the newspap.er ha.d
o cupied for more than 40
years, the doors were too nar.
row to 'let the large cylinder
pre s be removed mtact.
press was dismantled by Ed
Braun of the S, and W. Mac-
hine Company in' Cincinnati.
Then its frame which alone
weighs more than ;}. t O'l , was
tipped onto ts side ar.J rolled
out the front door onto a truck
of the Larrick Transportation
Company, Lebanon. Other
parts of the press formed an-
other truckload.
Those who do not have trans on the foll owing Saturday ' he Pastor Arr,ves
portation are asked to contact would start 24-hour service.
Maynarc;i Weltz, club secretary But about noon on Fri day he ,
before the meeting. drove out of town in his Kreen
Francis Gene Brown, presi-
dent, urged all members to at-
tend in order to learn more a
bout the scouting movement.
The cll!.b is sponsor of Waynes
vifl e s Boy Scout Troop 40,
which is to leave for the
,shortl y.
Weather will not affect' the
club s trip, as the dinner will
be served in the camlP dining
hall. The campers will, provide
an entertai nment after dinner.
YOUTH FELLOWSHIP TO
cab and has not been seen in.
Waynesvill e si nce.
His disappearance made
Wednesday special meeting of
council even less significant
than before. The. meeting had
be'en call ed for third reading olf
an ordinance to sell bonds for
200,0 feet of pipe and fittings ,
for the town' s' new wells, but
the only copy of the ordinancle
'. had been left in Dayton by
Village ' Sollcitor C. A, Ander-
son. It has not yet received thre'
third reading.
HOLD ICE CREAM. SOCIAL MARK THIS CHANGE
The Youth Fellowship of the IN YOUR PHONE BOOK
Lytle Methodist Church will John J. Burske of Route 2
hold an ice cream s<?cial at wishes a recent change in his
church July phone number to be publicized.
a!falr Will last all His former number,. 2849, was
. and wdl feature ' home-made 1Cf!, takep away and given to Ho-
cream and cake. ' Everyone IS , wara Shutts
cordiall y 'invited to attend the , Mr. Burske's number is now
social, chat with your neighbors 2099. He has not moved.
and sample the wonderful ice
cream and cake.
BAILEY BUYS BUILDINGS
SAFE FOILS BURGLARS-
AT MURRAY .. LAUTERBACH
OCCUPIED BY FAIRLEY'S The Murray - Lauterbach
The Main Street, Company of used
occupied by 'Fairley's and new car dealers, was th:
Store and Smith's Restaurant, victim of the third burglary in
was purchased, last by ' recent months. Earl}, Waines-
Stanley Bailey, . proprietor of day morning ,of last week, a
the hardware store. burglar broKe a window' and
I
M. H. Coffey, a student at
Cincinnati Bible Seminary, has
moved into t he Church of
Christ parsonage at Main and
High Streets and has begun his
duties as minister of the church.
Mr. , Coffey' s home is in
Staunton, Va. He has two years
more remaining at the semi-
nary. He plans to marry a
Springfi eld girl this fall.
The sched ul e of services
at the Church of Christ
'hereafter . will be : Sun-
day school, 9 :30 a. m. ; Morn '
ing service, 10 :jO; youth meet-
ing, 7 : t 5 p. m. and evening
service at 8 p. m.
Mr. Coffey fills the vacariCy
left .by the departure of R. M.
Johnston , for N ova Scotia on
June 1. This is the new minis
ter's first indefinite charge, al-
though he has filled pulpits tem-
porarily in a number of chur h-
es.
The linotype; job press, pa-
per cutter, and other equipment
were placed on sk.ids and push
ed into place 011 Then
came the tedious lob of nov-
ing drawers and trays of lead
type, without them.,
There were no maj or mishaps.
1 he new was be
gun about a month a,Z(} with the
pouring of a cGn:rete fl bor t 8
'by 40 ' and five inches
tr ick. The walls. and roof of
. interlocking , steel panels were
raised and bolted together, with
six w. indf) 'v'i, \\ I l i k. ;r} d,)ps,
and 'a garage-type door.
,. Fiberboard ceiling and walls,
SII . t. Braddock Resips . along with fluorescent lighting,
---give a ' modern appearance to '
Raymond Braddock, super- the interior. When it b com-
,intendent of Wayne Township pleted, the exterior will be
Schools, a note of re- painted white with a R"reen roof;
Most , of the construction
signatio,n at a special meeting work was done by local per-
of the schooI'board Friday eve- sons. A. T. Polinsky, part own-
njng, effective August 1. er of the Housing ' Company
The meeting had been caned which distribhtes the pre-fabn-
cated utility buildings, was a
to draw up specifications for constant worker, along with
,an addition to the school bus 'Shermon Wlson, Bob Hastings,
garage, on whicl1 bids are being ' and others. Edgar Sm lth aid the
' , wiring.
{?reyious owner was I entered the building, whiich
Mrs. Clara ' Arnan, who now houses ' a large repair shop,
plans to move to California Dodge - Plymouth . showroom,
shortly. The property had been and the offices of a used-lear
owned by members of the busiqess. However, an attempt
Aman family for 76 years. to break intp the safe was un- Commercial Club Nalles . ,
No lacrease _ . _,
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HODsON-STRIpcL
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' .' "1 Sf , Howard ' Brown was , elected Miss Lillian Hodson and Mr.
ax ry 5 ' na "U chairman of the Commercial Arthur Strickle were married in .
Club at 'the, second meeting of Dayton last Friday evening and
the new organization' in -the left .for Wisconsin where he is
decreased by the 25 cents per
The job of translating or- ,100. '
' dinary English into the ainie'ht This essential point I was mis-
of laws and ordin'- sed by the editor of the
ances IS a thankless one, ac- Gazette as he listened to the
cording to Charles Vil- formal reading of the ordinance
lage clerk- of Waynesville;. Un:' at a council meeting. Amid the
less he translates it back into "To wits" and "Wllereases" he
plainl English again . people learned that the tax, was needed
aon't understand what it is all for current expenses, and that
about. he finds. it had to becertlfted to county
His case in point' concerns officials to 'be placed on the !bal-
the tax referendum 'lhich will lots 90 days before the. election.
on Waynesville ballots next, 'fhe editor jumped to ;the
November. It calls for a levy false' conclusion tJiat the 25
of 25. cents per ' '100 of val- cents would be in addition to
uati()n to be placed on Waynes. ' the present tax. He was not
ville tax rolls, ' BUT' it c,orrected until the headl ine,
will not increase local taxes, "Higher 1)x Soughf' hadap-
James ratientlJ explained this peared' in the paper. .
week. ,I will Simply enable the Mr. James still liopes people
village to continue collecting its ' will understand the tax levy and
, present tMc, which was voted vote for it this year. Othen,ise,
years .ago and is about he -fears, '- they may not get all
to expire: If it should fail this of their garbage collections and
fall as it did last year, the other service in 1949.
town's tax would have' to be suC(essfuJ.
T.win , Theatre Wednesday employed at a Diesel engine
nIght. It was decided to ,meet plant.
every other ThufS'day in the
homes of .members, beginning
July 29. .
, The ' first project will be to
compile information about
building lots for sale in and near
Waynesville and make these '
facts available ' to persons in-
terested in erecting ' homes .
here.
CAR FALLS OFF JACK,
HURTS IW11I ASIIMEAD
Keith Ashead is recovering
at his home from hijurles re-
ceived last week when an auto-
mobile felt off a jack while he
was working under it. He was
taken to Miami Valley Hospital
in the Stubbs ambulance and re-
mained there several days,
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WATCH OUT"
JFOR KIDS(
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The Miami Gazette
ESTABLISHED J850
Published Every Thur' day
At Waynesville, Ohio,
CARL G, SMLl"H, Eclitor
Entered as seco'nd class matter at the Post Office
S,UBSCRIPTION RATE:
$1,50 a Year in
SPECIAL S.ERVICES
at the,
WAYNESVILLE METHODIST
CHURCH
JULY 18th, 10:30 A. M.
Hymn . No: 502
Prayer Mrs. Rufus Watkins
Vocal, Solo , . . . . Miss Earnhar"t
Ad ress; ''The Crusade for Chri t: Its Accomplishments" "
Mrs. Howrh
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SUNDAY, JULY 25th, 10:30 A. M.
Leader, R. C. Moler
Scripture Lesson Loyd Davis
Prayer
,5019, "The Beautiful Garden of Prayer"
. Heber Jackson
Introductory Address . . . . . R. C. Moler
Atldress, ,"Learning Religion- in the Home and Church"
, Iva
II Learning Religion in the Community"
Kenneth Hough
"The Holy City" J. J. Burske
SUNDAY, AUGUST' 1st, 10:30 A. M.
Sermon / . . Rev. Bernard Baughn
Vocal Solo, "Hear Thou My Prayer" . . J3ernard Hamlin
Jean , Hartsock
SUNDAY, AUGUST 8th, 10:30 A. M.
Sermon .. ' Rev. Bernard Baughn
. Vocal Duet, . Hea.rLof God" . .' . . C. 8.
Mr. and Mrs. Harold Earnhart
h'l:1rch School Each Sunday at 9 :3.0 A. M .. , J. J,. Burske, Supt.
ST. MARY'S TO START REV. COLEMAN PLANS
, BROTHERHOOD CHAPTER ' VMCATION IN. OREGON
, St. Mary's 'Episcopal Church The Rev. R. B. of
here will oon have a Waynesville Methodist Church
of the Brotherhood of St. And- will be absent for four Sundays
rew, a . nationwide organizat!on beginning JUly 18 for his an-
of Episcopal laymen seekmg- nunl vacation. He and Mrs.
to give active aid to th.e pro- Coleman .. plan' to. drive to Eu-
gram of the church. Ore., where their qaugh-
. At a preliminary meeting in ter IS now eJ:nployed.
the rectory last week, it was
decided to hold mee: " the The Wayne Township Farm-
second and four th rr's Club was entertained :"It the
of each month at 8 p. m., in the " home of Mr. and Mrs: Omar
homes of var.ous members. HollingSWorth on Thursday
.Namt!s. are new being' collected with 'a" chicken dinner. " ,The
fo'r submission to national head- guest speaker- was the
quarters in York, Pa., along Myrice of the Otterbein Home,
with the application for a his being "'Reljgiori in ..
charter. World Guests were
. CHURCH
R.B. Coleman, Minister
Church school 9 :30 a.m.
, J. J. Burske, Supt.
Worship se'rvice 10':30 a.m.
. Youth FellQwshil1 '
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ST. MARY'S EPISCOPAL
Samuel N. Keys, Minister
Moming-Pfayer 1'0':30 a.m.
FRIENDS
First Day School 9 :30 a.m.
Meetinf' for Worship
10:30 a.m.
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WA YNESVIU.E
aruRCH OF CHRIST "
Bible Sehool 9 :30 a.m.
Communion ' . 10:30 a.m.
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CAEsARs CREEK FRIENDS
Rev. David Stanfield, Minister
Worship Service 9 :45 a.m ..
School to :45 a.m.
Rev. ' Myrice and wife, Mrs.
Elzey and daughter Anne.
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ST. AUGUSTINE
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Father Krumholtz, Priest
Masses 8 and 10 A.M. '
FERRY CHURCH OF CHRIST
Byron 'Carver, Minister
Bible School , . . 9:3"0 a.m .
' Morning Worship 10':30 a.m.
Prayer. : 7 :00 p.m.
Youn,g People s Meet.ing ,
7:0.0 p.m.
Services 0 P m.
MT. HOLLY MEniODIST ...
T. M. Scarff, Minister . .
Sunday School . 9:30 ,a.m\
E.A. Earnhart" Supt.
,vors.hip 10 :30 a.m.
,venmg Service , :30 p.m.
'b'flCAI E. U. B. CHURCH
Rev. William Shannon
Sl1nda y School 9 :30 a.m.
M'rs. James .Supt.
Preaching 1St and 3rd Sundays
each month to :30 a.m.
Evening Services 7 :30p.m.
of Cul ..... rqllR BIRTHSTONE
N ,..., .ltU. I AND ITS MEANING
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Y--THt" ' RUBY
I' IN ANCIENT INDIA. ,HE
WAS BELIEveD ,
TO.ENSUR
$AFETY. EVEN IN BATTLE .
NOBILITY
WORE I?INGS ON EVERY
FINGER. THE FAVORITE
GEM OF THAT DAY WAS
rITE RUBY.
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JULY PgOf)l.lCES GREAT PI{YS"ICIANS,NIJRSES, TRADERS.
CHEFS. SWIMMERS. SALESMEN, INTERIOR DECORATORS.
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WIARCRSO':-THERUBY
ARE SAID "
HEALTH. WEALTH. WIS-
, DOM AND SlICCESS
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ltv LOVE.
-WORN ON THE LEFT HAND
OR SIDE. RUBIES WE'RE
BEL.IEVED TO PROMOTE .
PE:,qCE WITH ONE!.)
ENEMIES .

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CharI , M haffie, lay reader
of St. Mary's Episcopal Church,
.officiated at mornin {!' prayer in
Christ Xenia,
la t LIn ia , \ .' hlle Rev. Chand-
I ' r Crawf ' rd of the Xenia
church was holding Holy Com-
munion at Waynesville .
, AUCTIONEERING
STANLEY and ,KOOGLER
. BROKERS LICENSE
For Dates. Phone 2fl94. Wavne.vill .
Ohio. Reve,... Chargee
. SIMMER
IN
, SUQER "
Let us insulate your home' against extreme summer
heat. It pays; for itself in fuel savings. We use Lifetime
Fi Blak Premium M,neral Wool.

' FREE ESTIMATES - NO OBLIGA,TION '.
.ENTERBRISE " ' . ROOFING'
. CQMPANY
WA 21119 - 1021 IRVING AVE., "DAYTON .'
. ,'. ESTABLISHE,D 1926 '
COMPLETE'ROOFI,NG, SIDING & Sf:lEET METAL
SERVICE ' .
I '9 . . E. ' Le-wis , ,
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. Warren Representative
. PHONE::, WAYNESVILLE 2725 any :Evening
After 7 P. M. for Estimates
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WAYNESVILLE, OHIO No. 4377
TH U RS,DA Y, J U L Y 15, 1948
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lAM IIANCIICO
Mr. an i Mr, Earl Quig:ley
1 ft Satudny f r a nin -day
vlcation trip' to Mi' i si . pi, the
moky M L1ntain I an?,
kylin Dri/V f
While in T nn ' th will
visit M'r, L1igley" family.
Mrs. Frank L. Ta 1 rand
Mr. and Mr, ROlUl:t Hawke
\\'er , LInda) linn ... r gt; c;;tc; ul
Mr. an j Mr ' . Fre j Harts k f
Mitfor I at th T ' rrace Park
Country Club.
Mrs E. A. De Laney of
Madeira i visitinp: her on-in-
law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs.
T. C. Runy n at Mt. Holly.
Mr. and Mrs. Huold Fil r of
near Alpha visited M r. and Mrs.
T. C, Runyon. unday. ' .
DELIVERY DAYS
TUES.-THURS.-5AT .
Delivery Day Each Week .
, STOKES' 'DAIRY
LEBANON Sibc,
Representative
Representing
Weatbeimer & Company
. Members New YorlC Stock
and other
Exchanges
,Investment Trust . Shares
. B - Sold - Quoted
Phorte Waynesville 2530
Dayton, AD3267
ICE CREAM - vARIED FLAVORS
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tUNCH MEATS
SO" DRINKS
MAR$HMALLows
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Lacy's Quality Market
PHONE 2662
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THURSDAY, J U L Y 15, 1948 Corn Sticks , With Ditiners .,
T-WIN
Lenses
. by
FOX HOLLY
( ... p' ial -. CHICAG 111.
' '''herea 111 pini n u d to' be
that vall ey - IiI< ur ()Wl1 Mi ami'
all ey lf1 wer' ' I and
, c mfortah1 most f t il year
with bu't a li ttle h t "eath r,
th: la t month am 11,C." ou
changed m, mind '
, ince returnjng tn ,the Great
Lak" regi n' with it (l,1m1osl
constant 001 l reeze', I' m n w
convinced that Ohio is one of This' is the time of year to make the most of the abundant
the h tte t tat in the UI1 ion, i'ety of fresh fruits and vegetables our grocers-and our gardens have
and I do mean for weather: 'to offer. To add the crowning touch to a SU,D'Imer garden dinner,
is nothing better than golden crusty corn sticks.
An wa ' I 11 be ' eei n u all I Corn sticks are .the ,simplest of hot breads to make, and .those
in the next couple f wed< . won'derful ear of-corn shaped pans are now back on the market.
C
all t Re I' t Del t" ' Tll 0 ' Uere's a new corn stick. recipe that will give y'qu crisp, delicioW'
It.orn wi th very little effort, Serve corn sticks piping hot witq
Internati nal all-Liphol t red of butter, ,and the simplest dinner will be one the bmil;, "
chair now ad the T \ 'in' ,) l'emembcl."I. '
f1 r rank th ) st t at Lightnin' Golden Com.
' in hi f( I' an th lar; e 14 small com sticks
r s\11all...11 w d I kn \V? , rime': 15 minutes . Temperature: 425'
Mail 1 ' 'from the film < IC" l1 11 1 cup enriched yelJow corn meal S teaspoons baking powder
h J11 all; m t f til m 1 cup' sifted flour 1 egg
\ re ;! maz2d that t le T \\' i q cup sugar 1 cup' milk
m, ' m nt ha i g n t 112 teaspoon salt 14 cup shortening
C f r v()ur () mf rL 1. Sift together dry ingredients into medium-sized bowl. Ad.
" ?i :t 'n unU ntifi ed al man" egg. milk and shortening. "
,'11 I hanon al1't n1l' tl rL' 2. Beat ;with rotaTY beateT until smooth, about 1 minute. D,
not overbeat. \ "
nt nil in th atre comfor t. 3. Pour batter into hot greased corn stick pans and bake in f
.... : in fa t it un n Irlg .. : hot oven (425F.) 15 to 20 minutes, .
that tl1 e Quilt v at p' pI must be at room temperature. ' ..
01 n' t 'odu t \"' a, ne ' ill 0..-,-.___ -. e .... - _ .... 9.4W * ".!t.-:d.'!": , .2:1
tl 111 lve f r r al theatre __ _
.1
c m f r " " ', fan of M rle Oberon will show.' will" tart at 8 :45 ,m.,
T of ou \\ ith h3rn watch h I' skillful performance so do your shopptng arly.
ear mi g- ht h; c n i II f a in a ting hvo separate r.ole to Dennis Morgan, who thr'il-
T al jmi I' vement in the s un:l "in h r Maybe it will pro- led of you in "My Wild
sv tem nf the Twin, n w under vid advi to' the lovelorn or ' Irish Ros" ( ! me folks don't
the prote tion f the .Atle 1 ve horn of this area. Dana Gare fo r Iri, h n how) slips
Servi e Corp., who e ag- nL wins Cathy (Oberon) next Thur day 'and Frtday 111
.reglilarly and . who with in the eild of a story which "To the Victor,." filmed in
y ur wn am Huffman ,keep tries to register a mam point France. Many of you European
(111 in order. that , great wealth can do go"od veterans may recognize
, , -Charles tarr t if employed properly. Warner of the territory, especIally
. ' Kid New and "Gorilla My Omaha Beach. If ' you were
m hi .rol e of :l Dreams" support the headliner.. there, feelings which .only you
Days of Hoot , Hill," supporte . can know wiJ1 return as yO!}
return Saturday only, in "L,ast Tuesday , certainly will ans- watch Morgan as the black-
by the 7th chapter of the 'ser!n.1,. 'wer local-deg-Ipvers who have marketeering American ,who
"Danger of the Canadian "pestered" the managemlent to f' 4, t t th I V
Mounted,
'" entitled "The Fatal , bring more animal shows. Irst'"'proec s, en ov,es Iveca
d Lindfors (a newcomer to the
Shot." Western fans nee no "My Dog Rusty" with Ted screen), and then outwits the
more information a J'm sure Donaldson apoears for this date gang whicli is
that Ithe Kid will provide plenty ,only. That's quite an appeal- after her and the racketeers
of action. ' . ing picture of the dog on the who are after him, . . An added
,' One of tho8'e really unusual July sh0wbil1, 'tand you who. attraction is Tommy Tucker's
pictures spends SUI}day an,d attend will WI ness, a story ,Orchestra.
Monday at the Twm ... RK<? s that ,could happen, anywhere.
"Night Song." Even the title The young son ,of a
be confu iryg, you for is addicted. to telling
WIll thr!11 tQ untruths. When the Incumbent
ArthuJ Rubenstem, as he 1Jlays is unjustly blamed for a
th 1 ian<;> the New scandal, qonald-
Pt 'lharmol11c Symphony Grch- son, the' little boy, the
stra (here's where truth, scrams. When his dog
pt 11 and Golgen RI,ver. lads be.comes ill, ' h0wever, he re-
pick up a pomter or two). turns" clears the mayor and
The show, howev:er, is not so wins .the. resped ..,l)f his father.
mil it-ove'rdone that th.e aver This Columbia pH)ducti on yvill
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THE GAZETTE
WAY'N'E,SVILLE, OHIO
THURSDAY, J U LV
PACE ..
No.4Wr7
16, ' 1948
PlaY ..... T--. , . AB R H AVE. .484 mark. . Miller's classy
__ T,. T' hompson, legion ': 29 8' ,15.515 pitcher" Sackett, tletl The Sundh'a
y
001 of ILy!le
6 5 484 wise perfect con ro e u e I Church will 01 , I S aRDua pIC..
BOB O'REGAN Williamson, Benbrook 31 , 1 :400' in the sixth, when he nic next Sunday, July , 18, at ,
, James, Legion 20 6, 8, two walles, hit two men m Harmon Park, lel>anon. The
, Sunday night at 8 :30 ' Mar- , Bailey, Kier's 23 , ' to 9 . .393 row' and allowed three runs, Sunday School. and a short
ine fiel'ds an industrial leader Moran Legion 22 11 8 .362 Wright's, Benbrook'S! shortstop, preaching service wHl be com-
in Softball Circles, :w'.i11 R. Duin'ford, Bellbrook 8
6
8.34,8 fancy fieldiny r.o b b e.d 'bined. The . group will leave
oppose Spring Valley. The VISIt- QuigleYj 2':1 . 10' .345 many Millermen of hIts and hIS the church at 1 l' a. m. for the
ors ate managed , ,by HartsocK, FaIrley's 32 10 11 '.344 four RBI's also contributed to pjcnic dinner. Everyone is
Blankenship. Dill, Spring Valley 27 3 9.333 the winning of the game. cordially invited,
. Moore, Bellbrook 21 9 7.333 If last week's and this Mr. and Mrs. L. V. C1.1l1um
Rogers' 6 Murphy, Kier's 24 7 t3. .333 games are indicative of a trend, of Columbus were dinner
scoreless pltthmg and some Plank Fairley's 30 5 10 .333 Waynesville fans are in for II guests of Mr. and Mrs. Everett
so1id clouts by his team'mates c I , , better brand of baseball. All the Early Wednesday evening.
gave Fairley's Ha1'dware a 10-1 Thompson with two tJ'ingles a 13-11 win over the recent games have been top- Mrs. Wi1bur Clark was a
win over Miner's last week. apiece Jed M\l1ford',s team. Osterman - Sawyer 'pitched notch sfugfests or pitcher .bat- ' guest at a luncheon at the
Fairley's batting power was The' Waynesville Junior Mulford's "boys" got the ties. The members of all the home of Mrs. c. W. Ypunce in
well divided among l1artsock, American' legion team tra',:el- kinks out of their by teams have become accustom- . Dayton 0Jl Thursday ,(Of last
Vic Thompson, and led to Lebanon for the fIrst sending eleven men to plate ed to as a team and weeK. ' .
Rickey, each of whom ntled a game of , the best two out-of- the first inning to scot'e six have been chcking at field and M'rs. Glenn Roller and Httle
pair of hits, Hartsock's home three tournament for the War- runs. However, their ever-fight- at bat. Next week's daughter, Connie, of Dayton
run helped him account for two ren County champeenship. The ing opp,onents pul1ed up to tie should all be as good, or poss- spent Friday with her mC'ther
runs, while ViC Thompson first five innings proved to be the game in the fifth, nine an, ibly even better, than the , re ' Mrs. George and
chipped in with a double and a a battle, but some solid and went out in front in the. cent , Next fawily. -
single. Rickey'S pair of bingles hits and sloppy fielding con- sixth by twp The last in- will see Weazel Miller's Kler s Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Longacre
Jmocked in tW0 w,hile he quered the local team, 9-3. ning, though, saw the winners Garagers face the hard. and Mr. and' Mrs. J. B. Jones
two himself to gIve hIm tn- Bob Hastings, peppery local sandwich five bingles and an ging Mulfordmen of Fa}!'ley S called at the home of ,the
pIe deuce for his 3:
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bats; catcher got on base every tiP'll! error to score four runs and Hardware. Wednesday wJ11 ?ee er sisters at MiartllSburg, Sun.
kins too chipped m a paIr by virtue of two errors and two win. Rasnick. coach for "the the out - of - towners, ,Spnng day evening.
one-basers and long-!eggeq , Jt one-basers. Randy ' Woods, Fairley team, hit a screaming face MHler's Mrs. Alfred Rasnake ' anll
across the home dIsh three Lebanonls pitcher-catcher, add- liner to left center for a homer which should prove an son Lester visited Thursday,
timed. ed three- hits to ms team's at- and got a sintle in two trips. ing baUle two gre"t1y with her father Mr. Hcnr "
In one of the, best games of tack. And here's one for the r,e- Arland, had two doubles, and teams. '("wo teams Belcher; who ' i ' ,P,l
season, Kiers Garage went cords t_t- we wish wouldri' t be a single, in 3 AB's. H. Bane" that have on or to at his 'home on the Townshlf)
,two overtim1e to nose there. In the eighth inning, too met Ute ba.l1 squarely , to . the top all sea!lon, American Road .
out Bellbrook 5-4 and take-the Waynesville made six errors. collect a walloping' homerun Legion and B.ellbrook, cross Mrs. AJrnold Burkl1art and
league Ludington scored They're 'the kind ' of thing'S that ana two singles. , bats at the ,GeIger gardens on ch ildren o'f . Mansfield , are
" the winninK tun in th.e last half we hope don't happen too of- In the second contest, Bill Thursday mght.,. " , . s ending a couple of weeks-
of the ninth with none out on ten af least not when made by Sawyer's Legion nine trouncec:t For of thIS column with h r parent, M,r. and Mrs.
' a wild pitch by Joe ' Zennie. Joe us. ' Fairley's 21:-6 in a wild.hHtinK ' reders, 1f there are any re,ader A. D, C: m;th of the Dayt n
lost a heartbreaker, for he had SundaYi nig-ht tl enefit contest. Every man in the Le- and I hope there are, who are Pike.
given up only four hits,' while double fOT Bob Osborne gon lineup crossed the pl ate statistically minded, ' the league The L tie E vat r has hce
Murphy ,of Garagem'en of Fairley's drew a crowd of and an but two got-a hit. Red' scorekeeper after consultin?; ' a busy' place lai(ing in w. eal
hltS., 'Bob', Pene- approxjmatel y 300. The pre- Price got a trio vf bingll!s; arious adding machine and fo r more tha n a week. ,1' cars
Wit m g
ebut
With Bellbrook liminary tuss.1e saw lrv M\Jlford .. d co.'m'Ptomet-ers' has arrived at. sh' p d II with a,;prO): lma.!ely
got a tno of ll1ts, l. pitch his team of old-timers to tnple, fv1111er a palT of the , fo
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lowin,g- team (lVl" r::tp'es ,00 bu I to 1he rt .
double, in four trips to the ' Moran a homer, ,1 tt' ; ; for all p'a mes un to and includ- weail er 1 n II n fa '0( (11" e
plate,' Kier' s ,center fielder, pJe and a ar:td Charlll! in cr Thursdav's ' encounter: and , h 'Y 1: t IS <.. 1 '. C'O t nt
Bradley, paced the winners at- Price a doubl-e and a Single. Fairley's ' ,3048; B.eJ1brookl quality.
tack with two Hits, one a two- Check Your Brakes! Kirkpatric'k batted in. t\\' O !'un$ . 7 : 'I .282 : Kier's , Mr and
b
baag.ge
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, a! an9 scored. ont: 111mself ';or .247 ; Sprin,(T Valley, .227; and net
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Mr s, H r V' ' UlW \ \
t FaIrley's hIS hot;ter and Miller's,. 213, The leaKue as a daug; ht r, nd ., t, r's.
,. -,. "'-. - GET YOUR ' tW0 s.mgles m three whole is hitting- at the .264 Seth . Furna i r, ,e the
power key hIt a homer, too, whlle VIC mark -with 69 doubles. 1 'tri- \/aYI T F l i ! rle!s
Fairley' 9-6 in an exhibItion, Safety Stlcker 'fhompson got Iii ples
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'and 15 home rims haVIng' Club at the I (1):1 e \ }f r. and
tilt last week. Don 'Brewer led The erowd contrJbnteq a to., been slugged out this . Mrs. Onnr Ho Img-sworth
the winners both at bat , . t.t! ;,f 35 dollars to 'lC'j) H, t ' Oregonia, Thursday. .
and on the mound allowinJ: but Wfn.lOUT BEING STOPPED Osborn's , Alfterm!ath;: :le
lt
* seems some Mr. Arthur Greathouse of
seveR hits, while collectmg a ON 1lIE HIGHWAY This column wishec;' tu thank local 'sports-minded are Naples, Fla., was, a Sunday
double, three singles, and scor- " all contributors, the players, unaware that any disher-upper guest of his father, Mr. Levi
jng three runs. in fonr trins to I and the umpires, Kenny Bait- of sports news can hamoon, Greathouse, at the home of
the plate. Kirkpatr,ick and Vic ey, "Pop" Pummell, "Df)C" lambast or otherwise assail ner- Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Wharton. '
Ice Cream Social!
'Heme-made Ice Crelm
and Cake
WE ARE AUTI-IORIZED TO Jim and t;dgar sons, places or things Othe.r dinner guests Sunday
,ISSUE S TIC K E R,S , TO Smith, for theIr generous help too much recourse bv th0se of- evenmg were Mr. Carl Gre",t-
to , Bob. , . , . fended" it be libel "r of Dayton and M,r. . and
VFHICii.s INSPECTED BY This week'ss,chedule opened slande;. ooth of which are (rl ' .. Mrs. Loren and
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S DURING JULy with a 9-5 by . PeIJ- ficult to prove. , With this 'ad daughters of Frankhn .
. / over CJoorge ' Mlller' f vantage, yours has , a:l-
Re'stauranteurs. , Bellbrook was read ' stated
led by the fancy hurling of Joe I print that before I would call ' "
Sponsored ,by METHODIST fl'S G Zennie who te'n Mil- ' Clevel and Penderg; ast riend6
' YOUTH FELLOWSHIP . KI ' ar' lermen and allowed but four . goor. he would have tn aDoear
HURCH
U ' hits. Joe struck out five of the far J'm ri g-ht inas-: Miss Nelle McKay of Xenia
LY"LE , C . ' ' , ,first six inen ' to face the much ,as he and his cluh took a
I : \ spent the week-end with her
'24 __ , All. eveolng only man not tlO str;ke out be- powder I have been aunt, Mrs. J:valyn Pet'erson.
ing the ce'nterfielder, Clark, for ,any tender , to Mrs. Olive Curl attended the
drag' mly bat to the plate and International hlstitute at Anti.
- " , tTy to solve "mir- . och College for two days 'this
' ' ' il '" . THIS SUMMEIR? acle-1ike" heaves. Who me? week. '. . , , \
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' G. A W, ' " " .,. . . ' Silly people' A!1 1 (i(). i Mrs. Alice Clark and Miss
stand on Il\Y natlOnal reputation Elizabeth Chandler enjoyed the
of having been the only bes-. piano recital of the of
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pectacled umoir'e in . profession- Mrs. Mildred, Campbell at L:ytle. ,
al baseball. The fastest pitcher , Church on Sunday afternoon.
I ' worked for was "Wild Mrs. Lucile Armitage and
Grissom. Cincinnati Mrs. Leah Mdls with Mr: and '
'hurler, in exhibinons on_e sea- Mrs. William Strouse, Mr. and
son. He was. so .wild that Van- Mrs. John Burske, Mr. and, Mrs.
dermeer could be rated 'on con- Emerson.' Earnhart and PAlsses
trol alone,. Mv active baseball Ruth Wardlow and Marilyn
or s()f t h,,11 d' lelings will con- Burske enjoyed a pi'cnic supper
. fine d ' :y up- at Cl.'a,utauqua Sundali'j even-
who's next? And don't turn on II
, lng.
eo.Iel1o.'s JICId., Mrs. Ralph Johns with her
sister, Mrs. ' Angie Hecathom ,
SHEEHAN SELLS BlJU. of Lexington, Va. called on
Misses Mame and Annie Brown
Saturday evening.
Elmer Sheehan ane son of
Waynesville.. . Ohio (ecentlJ,
sold ' the bull Tob, A., No.
89679, to H. c;:. HQll!ngsworth,
New Burlinrton, OhIO accord-
ing to a report fro{). S.
1dtge, SecretarY of' tile Brown
Swiss Cattle Breeders' A._- '
lion, IkloM,
Miss Elizabetli Chandler was
a guest at the BridR:e Club on
Tuesday at the home of Mrs
Honald Hawke.
Mrs. Ella Dakin was a guest
on Saday " of Mr . ..a;nd- Mn.
George B. -Jolmson an Leb-
anoD. .
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Mi s li ve \lVilli am"
on Tu day from a ix-w eks'
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In Illinois and Indiana. OhIO 1S oHen referred ' !
Mr. " and Mrs; , Kenneth J. as The Mother of Presidents" I
Thoma on, Warren, \ SlOce no less that:" ei ght presidents . I,
, Thom.as, of near Lebanon call f the, United ,States \\'ere born in I
on Misses Mame and Annie oj' elected from Ohio. '
linda e vening. . / In adttition, three vice presi- t
MI ]e11l1a Marsh of Day-" de,:ts were' born in Ohio. ,
to.n the. Fourth holidays j " .As a result. there scarcely, a I
wIth h r COUSIn Mrs. Lucil e ' part of state which does not
Armitage. . ' , have an historic shrine. a 'birth- '
Mr. and Mrs , Will' a museum or. a memorial hon- " '
St . . I m onng those Oh10ans who have ,'). "
{OU e \ ere guests reached highest position in the ' "
V\ dne . ay evenmg of Mr. nat ion; ,
Str u e s mother Mrs. Leah I
Mills. " fi WtILLIhAM HENRY HARRISON, ' "
Mis M rtIe ' Stevens of ' r . sue was the 9th I
F ste 0
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' M Ell' PreSIdent of the United States.
, F, . ca , on rs. a Born in 1773 in Virginia; he' early
Dakm unday made his home In Ohio at North
Mr. and Mrs. Ernst Ma:rtin Bend jU$t west of c"incinnati. Her.e ' ..
)f Dayton along with Mrs. he is buried In a memorial tomb *. 'I
THE MIAMI GAZETTE PAtae 9
WAYNESVILLE, O'HIO No. 4377
T H U R S 0 A Y, J li LV , 15, 1948
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Marti.ns' RPareknts, Mr
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. and Mrs. t(h}a
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t) the Ohio River. \ '
.. aun e oes in cal 'ed on their .
many fri nd at the Horne Sun- i ' ULYSSES ' S. GRANT was the '
day afternoon. ,econd' Ohio president and the 18th COURTfSV.'HESl'ANOAROOI\.CO ..(OH'O) .. .' ' '',l- , ===
, Mi s s Ruth and Elizab th man to hold the office. The house ' , ' "t
Chandl r with Mr . Olive Curl in whicb he was born still stands land, is still used b)r his heirs: and mer of his brother, '
and Mi s Minnie' Dodson pent ' 'at Pt. on .Route 5'2, south-: b open .to 'the public. Garfield Is Ct,arles B. ,Taft.
Thur day after:lOon in Dayton. .ast of Cincinnat,. '>0. dQes bUried ,n Lake.iO", eemetery In WARREN G. HARDING. 29th ) 1I0URS:
I Gndeorgetown 10 BrQwn (2 and 3). Presiden,t, was borp at ' Blooming
When the white men discov-
ered this country, the Indians
'Were 'running it. There were no
t axes. There was no debt. The
, women did all the work. And
the white men thought they
"' they could improve on a system
like that! .
.4n laona. wrd if u 01
fifty' eonlrad.
JULY
15-CenlroJ Burma campaiQn
, ends,
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II-Mary Boker Eddy born.
1'1 1821.
, 17-"Wronq Way" Q,mqan
" flies to Dublin. 1938: i
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...... Pancho Villa ldlled. 1923-
19-FlIst noht 'con
,!entlon held, 1848,
.netl'
2O-S111lno ,Bull
1881. ,
o,un . ' a 13). l ' BENJAMIN HARRISON, grand- Grove In Morr,ow ' County. His
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RUTHERFORD B. HAYES, the son of William Himry 'Harrison at Marion, Ohio is used I
19th l'resident of the United States and 23rd President, was born in as a memorial museum/and he 'is
was born at Delaware ' in 1822. A. North Bend, ' on the Ohio River entombed in a beautiful memorial
tablet has been erected on the site. west of Cincinnati. (15 and ' on the outskirts of Marion. (7').
I His . home at Fremon,t, Ohio is in . WILLIAM McK:INLEY, 25th The three Ohio vic.e' presidehts .
possessiop.. of his heirs and he is President of the United States was are Thomas A. born at
I curied tnere on the grounds in bom at Niles, Ohio,. He is buried Fultonham In Muskingum
Spiegel Grove. A memorial mu- in one of , the finest memorial County, where the house still .
seum' is located near the home- tombs in the country at Canton, stands; W. Fairbanks,
stead .. (1 and 8). 'l Ohio and another memorial has born in Umon County; and Charles
been erected at NUes (5 and 6). G: 'bort) i!l Marietta, Ohio.
JAMES A. GARFIELD, 20th " ' HIS bIrthplace still stands' in this
<;>f the States, was WILLIAM TAFT, oldest Ohio 'city. (10 and 11). t- j!1
born in TownShip, Cuya- 21th Presid:ent, born in M@unt , (Anotherstoryinthisset'ieson r,
hoga County,. HIS old reSIdence at Auburn, -Cmcinnatli, Ohio. A Taf,t Ohio Presidents will appear in an
Mentor on Route 20, east of Cleve. I museum' is maintaineu at the for- eariy issue. ' Watch fOT it.) .
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7 THE MIAiY'lI GAET'r)
WAYNESVILLE, OHIO No. 4.)7/
'THURSDAY, J U L y , 15, 1948
A FARM DIARY
, '
by 0 FRAIZER
The Miami Gaz tt ha' t
move. hat mean that am
week they a r g:oing to ha v t J
W rk under great pre ure to
g t out the , papel'. a the,
editor a ked me i'f I c uld
write 'up one 'letter ah ad of
tim 1 s mething that would
.fit any date.
I 'V:1 houseclean ing' so I
th ught of that a ' a topic.
Th re are a great many school
f thou,!?:ht clbolJt that. Some.
lik to fean , the fir t hri!:::ht
"<:;pring: a. , . Some wait tin it
is warm, and sOJTle of u con-
sider January one of the h t
tim s to' clean house, I
\Va cleaning- I came across my
files f the Miami Gaz tte and
I to .look thr ugh tll I1i
from 1940, when I first be-
to ",:rite the Dr1y Rictg-
lar , until n.ow. ,
I have 'been accLlsed of re-
peating mys If. I plead ,guilty,
but how can one try to hold up
the mirror to common every-
day lif on a farm without re-
leatinK.? Life r peats. True,
this spring is wet. In 1941, May
27 was hot and dry and we ,ate
("I ur Hr.a new from the
d n. "(That must ha.ve been
ne of those years I like to
talk about when we planted
them in March) but other years
lik 1946 were cool and wet,
ev n' weU r than th i year. In
1942 \ ala had peas by
tIl" la t of May. .
H m' ,g- rowll strawberne
in the late May and
e'arty , J .. n numl)ers. 'I had,
seven tra, 1 erries from my gar-
,den we k, but I' hope next
year to be able to tell you all
ahout the, wonderful shortcake
that I ma have if all of the '
hundred plants that
1 ' planted thi and,
ar next spring.
That frozen:.combed brown
Leghorn ' r oster seems to
. have been damage in my
' garden since 1945, That is "
much too Iong-. H wever he
tel' nn j an hdv arc
her , grand 'on, or 'h uld ne
sa , :1I1d, al'
, n i W about them.
And s) it ' g It i..: Ii k
preach r ;ll waT tryin to ay
til -am l ) ] i tl,ling ' s li n t til 'y
witr OLlI d l1e,> , but t) at is th
way life is. am tim - me-
thing new happens, lik 'th
Miami' Gaz' tt mavin int :l
new building. Main treet will
n t. 10 k ju t without th
old i novel' th door.
I wonder if til yare ("oing
to leave ' the old steps for the,
men's club t sit 0 11, r i- it
gping: to have a n w fr nt jOWl1
to tbe si je walk? Now that I
see how mu h we do go over
and over the ame old thing,
maybe' you need a new column
as \V 11 as ,a 11 \V build ing-but I
am afraId I kn w' a many of
YO'u that you be to
polite to ask f r 'L) 01cthing
hew. uggest ion are always
welcome even if We don't fol-
low them, and now a the
Gazette mov s into a n w mod-
ern building, perhaps some one
can in some id f r
Uncle Says
Yoar part fD the security Lou
llilDUeeS but beneftts of your u-
tion may, lut a lifetime. ' By Ilcntnc
.p &GClay for the payroU savin,. plau
f.r iUTlnc United states Savlap
Bonu where you work, or the bond-
a-month plan where yoa ba.n1t. If Y"
are seU-employed, y ... wlU be on tile
road to seourlty. SmaU savinrs be-
GOme blC .. vlul'S wilen you .. 've .,....
tematleaUy - automatically...- proM-
ably-salely. esample. an allot-
meJit' of ,3.75 a week fol' savlnp
bond. amounts to $2163.45 in Just 11
year,," ', Your Security I. ,America"

new thin t h:'tt \'Oll / \ nuld
lik to ' "e " in tl Miami
.Jill. , tt .
REDS OFFER DOUBLE
HEADER FOR LAD'IES
F m in in 'ha t all fan arc in
f r a double b:lr?:ain at, ero Ie
Fi Id n aturda., Jul , 17th as
the Cincinnati Re i are sched-
III "d to meet the Bra kl Yl1
Do jg r in a Ladie Day
d ul
1
le-header on that at.
' Th 'R ds " \ ill op n a 14-
grr me'home stand on Thur day,
Jul y 15, meet ing the Dager m
a night 'ame. Followi,-tR' the
Lad ie ' Day twin bill aturday,
the New York Giants move int(
r I , Fi ld th f Howing day
for a abbath double-header
and a ingle game M nday. The
Bo ton Braves will m to
Ci n innati Tuesday ' through
Thursday, with a night g-ame
Wednesday. Then come the
Phill ie . '
Ticket for all Redl ' g g:ames
,ar on sale at tJle club's ticket
offi e at 307 Vine Street. Mail
rd rs will be accorded prompt
:.ttention and conside.ration.
6 :00 x 16 FIRESTONE
TIRES $13.95
.
(plus tax)
ALSO FULL LINE OF
FIRESTONE PRODUCTS
I
BATTERIES
TEXACO-SERVICE
8. MAIN ' ', PHONE 2364
WAYNESVILLE, OHIO
must be so old and tough by
now that I wouldn't have the
nerve to take' him to the sale
and sell him, even though they
still have the ' sign up, All
poultry sold here is sold for '/
' breeding ' purposes an d is sold
by the head." put
, Sign' ,up in the days ,of price,
"control when it ' was the , r lie
that all sold for meat
must be sold by the pound. It
is 'still up. Brown L;eghorns are
tough and long , hved, so he
might be as stock
without anyone. But I ,
suspect he w ' uld be tough
eatI'ng even if h \ fat.
V.ear by' year;til 1 ences
re; 'lild;ng. Year by. yeflF the
stock , gets ,out. FIrst It was
Valentine, our good Guernsey
, bUll. A grand on of his is oUr
prize calf right. now., ,and. sqon
he 1l1ay be getting out. Hl,sjory
repeats. Then there w:as Billy,
the Jersey that caused Mr.
Sholtz so,' much trouble in'
1944., , (The feAe," that
needed so' mucb , is noW" built
btit
1
it still hasn't any barbed
wire on the .fop and if ,Bilty ,
, were here,be wou!d go,
right over , it). Thjs year w.e
rev.ersed things ' and It was hiS
bun that came over on our
Yes, all that "tripe" a-
bout the stock out, as
on.e reader says.
'Shearine- tlle sheep and wean-
ing the calves come in for their
yearly Lena's calveS
figure is m'aily issues, and sbe
has a calf for m-e to talk abQ,llt
now.-.!fiTe twins are her daugh ..
. "
,BUILDINGS -'IIUULS" ,AUTOMOIILES
, ,
u4-,WAY IN.U NCI;" ,
'in the Ohio Fwm will JOU broad pmceafoa .pinat louea
OIl yOur 'farm.lt coven your.,'bulldinp, ,oar cbaueh, J'OUf automobil_
ucI your liability acdCle':lts , to . Why pot Me toda,
YeN .... pou'N safe wbea joa'N Ua die Ohio
.,' ,
"The Home of Dignified, Dis-
tinctive and Kindly Service.
. ' ,
STUBBS Funeral HOme
TD..EPHONE 22:afl o.
,Unner OhiO ..
As TOLD BV'flg DIViSION '
- .4 _ _
J
LANOOWNEIlS ANO FARMERS
lNTERES'fED IN FARM P()NO
INFOfiUvfA nON 9110ULD CONT,IC,T
SOl'- Ct:JN56RVAT/ON
11i\-j'--<l"-:II. .- _ AeEN C I Z5
STATt! I-IEAPQ.UAft.TEI1.S
ARE AT , /2 NOR.TI-4
'17-i11U) sr COCtJM&US'
IS NO
PARASITE
OF OHIO
FISH HATlMF()L 7'0
IIf.JMANS -IF ruE .
) foe ..
,
OR. ' WALLEYE "....,
OPENS IN EARNEST
AT 'P'IMATlJIVIN6 "'1)'-'( 1.'
, WAUE.YE FI$HIN6 IN
tAKe COMPAIt.ES
WIT#4 TRE !JEST. ANYWHER.E
I FISII IS WELl. COOKE!)

.
We're experts at tracking down
those squeaks
your car!
'We don't do it by guesswork-l>ut Withn'iodern
equipment and Sobio Lubri-Check-a scientific '"
.Jist covering the
of a dozen different types of lubricants-the
way the car manufacturer w,ants it done.
Complete lubrication only
WELDING- BIDS SOUGHT

THE MIAMi GAZETTE
WAYNESVILLE, OHIO
THURSDAY, J U L Y
PAGE 8
No. 4371
15, 1948 '

Mr . , Emma Clin f Oay-
t 111 i th housegue t of her
CLASSIFIED AD RATES'
Mo blade grinding and re-
pair.
iter, Mr. -j'e Harlan,
LOUDEN BARN EQUIPMENT . ealed prop aI- will be re- ' Miss Mad. e Artn Cotner of
. " . Wilmington i 'pen veral
71 0 PER WORD MINIMUM 25c
'. , REAL ESTATE FOR SALE-
Extra Good 6S -acre
farm, wep ini.proved. Must
be seen to be appreciated.
1 n t qu ted ov . r tete-
J phone.. hown by appoint-
J ment. Closed Sundays.
Electric and Acet 'Iene Portable
BILL LEE, Wayne Park r
, - 715
CUSTOM BALING
By Bal-O-Matic vViretying. See
Waiter Sheehan or Phone
2991 --78
NOTICE OF APPOINTMENT
Estate of Emma O. Kersey
Dt ceased. .
STALLS" ,
STANCHIONS
'vY A TER
STEEL WINDOWS
,
LITTER CARRIERS
"
FEED CARTS '
On display at our C)tore.
c. IV l y th Boal d f Edllc.a- day \,vith h r uncle 1iPllct aunt,
tlon, Wayne Local ' hool 0 1 -. Mr. an j Mr . Jonathan B van
tri t of Warren County, Ohio, at their , country home, - south
at the Office ,of the Clerk in the f town. I
High School in Wayne Mr., and Mr, J ohn Becke.tt
T
. . ' Sr. and son J ohn of Franklm
0:vnshlp, Wayne VIlle, OhIO, visited thi week nd with Mr.
. until 12- o'cock Noon Ea tern Be k Ws parent, Mr. and Mrs.
Standard Tim.e, Augnst 14, Ben Beckett.. '
1948 for all labor and mater- Gerald Pame returned .home
ials for the Fr iday- from Lincoln, Neb.
, , , Mr. an i Mr . Auzwood Mar-
1
WILBUR N. SEARS
Waynesville, Ohio
, Phone 2651
Nntice is hereby given that
Jehn !\V. who--e Post
Office address is Waynesville
l
Ohio has been duly appointl!Q
as Executor of the Estat of
Emma 0, Kerse}" late of War- .
ren County, OhIO, deceased.
Immedi:.lte
of a 2-car-garageaddltto to tin and' son Douglas al1d
..... the pre ent school --bus garage, Jane Fite were guests of Mr.
accordin to plans and.. specifi- . and , Mrs. Jam.es J ordan Sr. and
cat ions on file 'with the Clerk fam,i y ay 'afternoon
f 'd B d f Ed t' In Wayn vlile.
t _ __________
DON'T FURGET TO CALL
o sal , o,a r o uca Ion. Mrs. Nell Alhdering and
BANTA IMPLEMENT CO.
us for' Insura, nce. All types of
I
Insurance at a savings. CaU
Francis Gene Brown, phone
t ' Waynesville 2472 , or call
I colta-ct. 2'11 t.
. Dateo this 9th day of July
1948'-
Lebanon, Ohio
bid shall be accom- children of Cincinnati spent
55,S panied by a bond, with Surety severa1 days th Is week at the
Of Surdie satisfactory to the home of Mrs. Athdering's
C. Donald Oilatush: . atty.
-722 Board of Education or by cash brother, Mr: Lee Boerstler . .
. . ' , Mrs. E, Frost entertam-
I sui THE EARm- .
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IF 'IOU HAVE ANYTHING
'
in Real Estat for sale, get in
touch with 'Ben E. Cline lic
?roker, Spri n,( Valley,
OhIO, In Real Estate Business
since 1911. Experience telts.
, _ Try me and see.
-826
FOR SAI.E .
Ralph H. Carey ,
Jl!dge 0: tr:f Court
Warren County, Ohio.
CARDS OF THANKS
. I want to thank all . the
players, fans, and all those who,
arranged the game for so
erously contrilJutin?: their tune
and for their ,donations.
Bob Osborne.
I
We wish to offer our sincere
Cauliflowe(, ,celery, and late thanks and appreciation to out
plan ts. 10c pet doz. friends and neighbors for their
Chas. C. Strouse, ,1h' miles many acts of kmdness and ex-
of Waynesville" Cor- pressions of sympathy extended,
ner of Waynesville, Ferry to Us during our recent bereave-
and Lytte roa:ds. -715 ment. ,
'. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Sheehan
KEL.. VINATOR soft drink cool- and Sons.
er, ' green enameled. Excel- .
lent condition. Belcher's Mr. and .. Davfs Fl!rnas
Sunoco Service, Phone 242'3 and Mr. David Furnas wishes
_ g--to sincerely thank everyone
, . , . who helped at the fime of the
FRYERS. C. E. MIchener. fire in their field last week and
. ' Phone 2926. -729 to the Fire Dep:artment for
HAWAIIAlN Gui, !heir quick ' and efficient serv-
tar. Bill Blackaby, on Chas. Ice. '
E. Michener farm, Lvtle -------N-O-n-C-E----
.For You To Feel We'!!
2' holUll every dllY 1 daYII eVl!ry
week. never IItopping. the kidDeYII filter .
waste matter from th,s blood.
If more people wen, aW&fe of how the
kWn,eYII must coutantly remove lIur-
fluid. ellcelll! ac,idll and other W"Bte
matter that cannot atay In the blood
without injury to hEalt h. there 'Would
be better undentan.ding of lilia, the
whole IYlltem ill upllet when kidneYII (ail
to function properly.
Burning, lleant)' or too frequent urin ..
tlon aometim. wamll til at aomethinl
fa wron,. You may auller nalg!ql back-
ache. . headachea. dillZin_.. rhellmatl.
.-aina, cettimg up at ft1llhta. IweUlDII,
Why not tty DOG"" Pi',.! You will
tie usIng a medicine recommended the
country over. Doo"', Itlmulate the func-
tion of the kldneya and help them to
ftuah out polsoDoUlI wut. from the
blood. They contaial DothlD, harmfuL
Get DOG,.', today. Vi. with eoa.8dence.
At aU drue ,tor.. .
Road. ' -722
REGISTERED BULL,. 2 Years
Old, Roy Applestock; Call
ANTIQUE FURNITURE-
Repaired and Refinished. All
work guaranteed.
New Burlington
-7t5
FRIER! FOR SALE -
.cHAS. C. COOK and. SON.
PHONE 2645 WaynesviQ.e, O.
_ . --624
George Henderson, Phone
2982. , '-715 PATRONIZE GAZETTE
ADVERTI8E'R8
Won at 4th of July Gete- W A NT tIS
See Robert DEAD .ST.OCK .
Uohn Deere Wagons, Trailers, COWS $11.00
. Uohn Deere Corn Shetter. HORSES 9.00
-- BANTA IMPLEMENT cO. HOGS 3.00 cwt.
LelNmOD, Ohio . Phone 555 . Accwdlll, t. SI .. 'A c.. ......
:rer;z...",. Also, AD SMALL STOCK
No'., 240 Roughage mill- REMOVED PROMPl1.Y
. slightly. used. Pricea to sen. ' Pboae ,
Guarantee. .. XENIA' WD:.MING'TI' N ,
1712 .2362
t. ' .;...722 .......
. ; .
NORR,18 8IROCK COMPANY
Cinoinnatt Union IMook Yard.
. "Ive ... and .. lv .. An
o,.cranizatio" .. oonll' to non..
8t,.letl" 11.... on the .,..
a" a,.ound market In til.
oO,untrY.
, KRVIC! ... AT I
WlHIO Day.tOG .12. SO, Ill.; e. '1'.
DIal UO. 'WlLW g:oaf:.tJU
.. -tOI' 7
' wAttrED-
WANTED - To correspond ,
. with descendants of RiChard
De.dStoek
'1 Snowdenn or Isaac Allen
West. . ,
, Write Mrs. J. E. Arter, 2910
S. Brownlee St.. Marion"
, Indiana. .

IT PAYS TO SELL YOUR
WHEAT , lO-OPERATM1YI
P.iJm: Bun il J1 Co-Op elevator at
Mason ,s prepared to handle
your J 'lm , speedily I New
JB=en\JU,lace, '
1..tIMiaoa B ' , U Coft..oD
311 - 18 -
-7iS
COWS 'll.oo
i
HbRSES ',.OOIIlOGS '3.00 Cwt;
AlCCORDING TO SIZE AND COmmON '
CAt I .

.. I
'X E N I A F enil'iter
. .
. E. G. Bucbsleb, Inc.
or certIfied .check on a solvent ed the W. S. C. S. with a lawn
bank in ' tne State of Ohio. The party at her home Thursday
amount of said bond. cash or afternoon. The hostesses were,
certified' check shall be equal M,rs. 'Grant. Carnes and Mrs.
to 5":' of the total amount Drake of
the bId and ,the bond shall be Blanchester were Sunday
in favor of the Board of Educa- guests of Mr, Drake's sister,
lion of the Wavne Local Scho'ol Mrs. Alice Urton.
District 'of Warren County, Mis.s Evalyn is
Ohio. The cash or certified spendu:g a few days thIS week
check shall be forfeited if the at Indiana Lake.
bidder fails to enter into con- Doster is ill at his
tract with the said Board of home. .
Educatiori within ten (10- days , Ida CollIns returned to
after Notice of ' Akceptance of home here Tuesday
, his proposal, if ,the award is mg a .at St. Mary s
'made to said bidder. The Board her home here Tuesday follow-
of Education reserves the right ' ,
to reject any and all bids. M,adge Ann Cotner of
By order of the Board of was a Saturday
Education. ' . eyenmg guest .of , Mr. and Mrs.
C. W
t
Barnhart
Clerk Bd 'of Education. Douglas. .
, . Mr. anr Thomas Welch
100 PER CENT 100
EARMER -OWNED ,
were Sunday guests of their
son-in-law and daughter, Mr.
and Mrs. -. Cecil Lirtkous and
famlily of Lebanon.
Member . of the Friends
For Ctfurch enjoyed a :picnic . din-
Greate'r Safety of Farm Owner- ner Saturday afternoon ' at
ship Jaoob's ,Park, in Wellman.
Rev. and Mrs. Ward of the
with a Land Bank'bNm ,Harveysburg- Open Bible
LONG TERMS - Church, . have moved , into. the
, LOW INTEREST Snell apartm:ent on' Main St..
iU:PAYMENT pRIVILEGES Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence J".
--cobs -have returned from a.
LEBANON NATIONAL. FARM vacation tr.ip th r.o ugh the
ASSOCIA nON Hastem States. .
RoOm 5 Old Bank Bl.... . Mrs. -Shidaker was-,the
. '1 S. Broadway guest of Mrs. Ida Sun-
LEBANON
' .' day at her hom'e 10 Dayton.
' OHIO Phone, 448 . Mrs. Howe is confined to' her
Ellis H. Sturm, Sec'rTreu. bed due to illness.
CASH
. , '
'0 R USED CARS.
or madel
Fred Motor. Car Co. '
aI . LEBANON, GIIIG
'AnDitage &: SO ..
, , . ,
, lAND .... GIlA VEL
ftI ... __ _
BLAClC.-TOP'DRIVES
. TAR ... ROAD on.
LAWN ... FILL D ....
READY-MIX CONCRETE .
EXCAVATING ... d DUMP TRUCK SERVICE
. .
, r
It Says
Here
The Miam,i
GA'Z'ETTE
Kenneth M. ' Retallickls Appointed
As New Superintendent of Schools
By Smitty
The dust, scrap pap 1',' and
d,iscarded item f '4 - lid . ar.
came to li ght wh n til Miami
Gaz tte niDv d out of it old
shop last week ..
SERVING WAYNESVILLE SINCE 1850
Among the Ie qlli pment" in
the shop, ,I discovered were:
A grease - meared cornet
\vith one k y mi 'sin${ and with
no mouthpi ceo
A child's troller, dismantled
and scattered am the an-
, ient files of the Gaz tte. '
Assorted bottles of nled icine
and liniment. .
A ledger of the Gazette'
weekly profits and los es for
for several years around 1910.
A photograph of Dayton Val
ley Scottish Rite taken
, in 1910,. and several local
photographs of. similar vintage.
'About 100 postcards of such
Waynesville scenes as the old
covered bridge, Mai n st. before
U.S. Route 42 was ever thought
of, aIid old views of Miami
Cemetery.' '
Quite a few historic issues
were in the , dusty books and
'boxes of old Miami Gazettes
which had heen on the same
she.1ves for years. .
Take April 1'1, 1917, . for in-
stance'. That was the first issue
after the United States entered
World, War J. The only mention
of war was a little story on
page ' one bemoaning the fact
that local men were
waitine- to be drafted instead of
volunteering for servite. War-
ren County ,young
, wajt to be drafted m 61, It
hinted, A "patriotic
meetin " ,f wa's tb, be held in l..e9w
.......--. .,.' no, said'it "be-
hooved, young men to see and
, hear how 'patriotic they could
b " . e.
/
, T,hen ther,e was November,
1932, when the paper urged
all its read'ers , to turn out, and
vote for Hooyer ag.ainst tlGov-
ernor" Roosevelt. ..
' But rn, 0 s t fascmatmg
were the few isstles from "The
,Miami' ' Gazette and
burg .Report,!r' ,in t 8 79. The
front ' page bad little local news
then but devoted much space
to items like U A Ruse to Cure a
Young af GantlJling"
1\nd "St-range Items Cast Up 'by
3ea on Enlrlish Coast. '.' ,
al!6-lea;n 80m the t 8.79
papers that the c0mtnis-
sioner in Auckland, New Zea-
land denied ' that '1 case of can
nibahsm had occurred there in
recent years. , ' , .
VaileyW,., C. T. U.
Elects Mrs.' Lane
The annual of the
Miami Vall y Woman Christ-
ian Temperance Union was held
on the Chautauqua .g-rounds near
Franklin Ohio, Tu sday July
, ,
13, 1948.
The France Willard Cottage
is op rated and maintained, by ,
distr.ict W. C. T. U.
bans to offer an inexpensive
and desirable place for
to have a vacation. Mrs. J)rusII-
la Vaughn of Centerville has a-,
,g-ain been appoinred lostess for
the cottage. ,
The following were
erected for the eqsl1mg- year;
year; Mrs. ' Lane ' of
Franklin as president; Mrs.
George McCreipht of Dayton as
vice-president; Mrs. Morton S.
Scruby of Dayton , r.eco.rding
secretary; Mrs. Vaughn
of Centerville' as treasurer; Mt:S.
Alta l:ewis of Wilmington on
the Board ,of Trustees and Mrs.
Walter T. Hare of Wilming,to.n
as ,publicity chairman.
In the afternoon '
'Brownell pastor of tbe
dale Congregation Chns.hat;l
ChurCH of Daytpn led devotions
and Rev. J. Taylor McHen<;iry
of the Lebanofr'-
Church was the princip(al ..
. er.
The Resolutions 'Committee
submitted nine resolutions as
, follows: ,
, 1. Support the Na,
tions to slren?:then their work.
, 2. Favo enactme3t of Cap.
per Bill l.i.qtfor ads. '
3. Assist state. of Ohio to
out of liquor business.
' 4.41 Exert make
, all form,S of , ,ambhnR' ,
5. Request that all
tions for Ji.quor license must be
in ,all
coiJnty m whlch '
made.
6. Advise the State I?epart-
ment of Education to . mclude
alcohol education in the schOOl"
health courses. .
'1. That teachers training
leges include methods of .teach-
ing alcohol education 'in their
trainin1?' courses in h,eaJth.
, Sur riSe I ' . 8. , That , games ,
Thf Miami Gazette's phone . broadcast by 'radlQ be sponsored'
, was moved to' the new build. by groups than brewers
. " t he'n" t was wanted and dlstaHers. 1/ '
mg JijS . WI. ,u 9 Th t Count Local Option'
willi only one 1l0 bce to the '. a y , I h 1
company. And' the Thea. be sponsored by ale urc 1
tre has had its request f.or a workers. ,
phone fulfilled. , (Th,e number LAWMEN TOCQNDUcr.'
there is 266 t, in' case you ,want " METH'OD)' ST SER''''CES
to know what's playing, who's r \ 'l ,YAl ,
standint on Main , Street" 01' ' Iva Brown will speak on
where's 'Junior). R l' . . the
As 'for long' distance service. "'Learning e,lglon In'
a "call to Washington, D. C., last Hoin and', Chur:ch'" and Ken-
neth Hough will speak on
Fridav night ,went ' through .uLeamini' Religion in the Cgm-
-promptly, out a call t,he same ." t th ' . services
(lay to Wilmington, , re munttj" a e mornmg' d' t
suIted in the parties bemi! ,cut ' in Waynesville Metpo lS
1
Church next Sunday. Rev .. R.
off twire . before the cal was B. Coleman is on hIS , vacation.
' , I d
' The Lebanon Chamber of R. C. Moler wi1'l be ea er
, dehlands that Ohio ' arid "give the introquct<?ry ad-
Ce ral Telenhone Co. be re- d'ress. Loyd' Will give the
f t'h t" b t d es so bad scripture leSSOR. Heber Jackson
Jieved 0 e JO 1 0 b
W
will sing a solo, "Beautiful Gar- '
ly. Waynesville's Civic Clu j den of J. J. B . urs.ke
which flared up on the subject h
last February,. has an01her cue will conelu e the Wit
now' to its opinion. a solo, HQly glty."
FIVE A CC)PV
McClain G. Jackson of
Waynesville is listed ' .
honor roll of the Agncultural
College of Ohio State Universi-
ty, according to an announce
m.ent by Leo L.,
to thIS McCtam
'obtained a scholash.c of
better than 3.25', in his subjects
for the sPXing quatter.
Mr. and M,rs. t'rank. Hess,
former reSidents,
are ,now resIding in Bellbrook.
"
, . , d I all when thll young' ,teer
TerrorlZed to a Ieveland ItoCi(yard. It to.ok a car
escape" from a rue t I h nlmal I" a backyard. A fast
load of pollee aJhalf tlTouhr Press ief:'lman, to freeze the
shutter enabled atnes ,n ,
action atld make this unusual Speed Graphic shot. ,.
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K I1n th M.. talli k \ as ap-
r int d ' liP 'rinlen i .ht
' hool for \\layne 10\ nshlp
thi we , k t u d
\ . Brad jock, who- re' lgna-
tion take_, ffe t Au llst 1.
Mr. R trllli k ,was graauated t
fr m Wayn vi ll High ' School
in '1926 ani fro)n Wf/mington
Coli (I" in 193'1 . He rec ived a
. Mast r De ree from Teacher' s,
Coll eg of University
in New York City m 19 37. '
For the past 1 7 he has ,
been in school work m A.sh-
tabula and Trumbull
Ohio. He haS n a supennten.
dent , for nine years
1
last
two being at Bl oomfield, abqut
20 miles north of Warren, O.
He is married and has two
children.
Mr. Retallick is , now visiting
in Waynesville with, his mother
in-laW, Mrs. Car.oline Swartzel.
He met with members of the
Wayne Twp. schoOl b,oard ..
night and County Supt. .Ray-
mon 'Hatfield anno\lnced hI'S ap .. . ' ,
pointment the following day. ,
The appointment ' wTIl be con-
firmed later at an official meet-
ing , of the ,
!
. ' Mr. and Mrs. P. L. Reason
and 'Mrs. Elsie Hockett heard
the barbershop at
Chautauqua on Saturt1ay even-
ing. , ._ ' _ __ ....... . .. ..1.1 ;
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, FRIDAY, JULY 23
Softball 'am, Mi ll
Exhibit ic n suftl all,
r v. pring Val l y, 7 p. m.
Legion vs. Dept. 5 , Fri idair , 8 p. m.
SUNDAY, JULY 25
Go to Church !
Exhibiti n oftball, Ki er's v . Vulcan Tool Co., 8: 15 p.m .
.Jr. Legion bas ball, Waynesville vs. Southern Hill, 2 p. m.
JULY 26
Wayne vil le Am.erican Legion, 8 p. m.
Softball, Mill er's vs. Kier's, 8 p. m.
. TUESDAY, JULY 27
Board of Public Affairs, 7:30 p. m.
Softball game, Legion 'IS. Bell brook, 8 : 15 p. m.
WEDNESDAY, JULY 28
Softball, Bellbrook vs. , Valley, 8 m.
JULY 29
30ftball, Legion vs. Fairley's, 8 p. m.


R.B. C.oleman, Minister
school 9 :30 a.m.
J. J. 'Burske, ,Supt. '
Worsbip service " ' to :30 a.m.
youth "Fellowship
ST. MARY'S EPISCOPAL
Samuel Keys, Minister
'Morning Prayer ' 10 :30 a.m.
FRIENDS
First Day Sch.o.ol : 9 :19 a.m.
Meetin2' for V{ o'rship
10:30 a.m.
WAYNESVIlJ..E
. CHURCH- OF CHRIST
Bible Sch.ool
Communion
9 :30 a.m.
10:30 a.m.
.M'f., ,METHODIST ..
j. M:' Scarff, Minister "
Sunda,}' . School 9 :3,0 a.m.
E.A. , Ea,rnhart, Supt. '
Worship Service 10 :30 a.m.
.... ... g S;ervice 7 :30 p.m.
DONE
ST. AUGUSTINE
Father Krumholtz, Priest
Masses 8 10 A.M.
CAESARS CREEK FRIENDS
, ,
Rev. David Stanfield, Minister
Worship Service 9 :45 a.m.
Sunday School 10:45 a.m.
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vnCA,.E., U. B. CHURQI
Rev. William Shann.on .
Sunday School 9 :30 a.m.
M,rs. ' J ames Garrison, Supt. r
Preaching 1st and 3rd Sundays
'e.ach montp 10:3'0 a.m.
Evening Services 7
_ ,FERRY CauRCH OF CHRIST
By,fon Carver, Minister
BIble School I} :30 a.m.
Momfng Worship 10 :30 a.m.
Prayer 7 :00 p.m.
Young People s Meeting
, , 7, :00 p.m.
' Evenin,g $ervices 7:30 P m.
,
The Past Matrons ,and' Pa-
trons of DistriCt ' 21 will enjoy
their annual picnic Sund'ay Jul"
25" at 5 :3'0 p . 111 ,at the home
of Mrs. Lucile ' Steritz, the De-
puty Grand M\atton .of District
2 t and 'ptesident of the Past
Matrons organiza-
tion.
AT the MIAMI GAZETTE
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', Mr ' . E. L. Thomas had for . Mr. and Mrs., ,Kenneth Ft')x
her Sunday evening guests, 'Mr. and sons have to
and Mrs. Harry Burnet an.d Mi ami Florida, after spendmg a
daughters, Mr. and Mrb. Ells- few w'eeks here with
worth Winks and son of Lytle,
Mr. and Mrs. E. ' Furnas Mrs. Eli zabeth Hole had as
. and son of Mjnneapolis, Minn" Sunday dinner guests, M'r. and
and Mrs. ' Myron Thomas f Mrs. Harvev , K. Hole ' and
. dayton and Mr. and, Mr '. Wil. Jeanie and Judy of Dayton and
liarn Thomas daughters of Carolyn Campbell.
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SIMMER -
. , ' IN ;
, SUMMER
Let 'us insulate your home against extreme summer ,
beat. It for itself in fuel 'savings. We use Lifetime
Fi Blak Prt:mium Mjneral Wool. '
FREE ESTIMATES NO OBUGA,TION
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COMPLETE ROOFING, & SHEET METAL
SERVICE ,
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.I Waynesville, or ' .-
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WAYNESVILLE, OHIO No. 4378
THURSDAY, JULY 22, 1948\.
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BROKERS L,CEf\lSE
For Dates.. Phone 2894. Wayn .. ville
Ohio. Rever Ctwara ..
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LEBANON
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Revrese'nting
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Members New York Stock
Exchanges and other
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Bought - Sold - Quoted
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WAlYNESVILLE, ' OHIO No. 4378
THURS,DAY, J U l;- 'Y 22, 1948
. /iwAilDS OFFERED FOR.OHIlI'S '-MOST'" TYPlCACFAi(FAMllY
... . ,...' , ' - FORD P't.ZE
,L"fle
Mr. and M r. , lEv rei t ' '1:11'
' of Dayt,n w"r . und:t afkr-
W
n 'In g'U " t , f 1111 i Mr.: ,
I hur Clark,
Mr" . Ndti Emr ick \\' 'nt III
th . h me f Mr. and ML. Lc: nl1
oury at hingtoll . H.
Fn jay t \ 'end a '( 'e
, Mr ". end: 11 :11 1 :1nJ
daughter, P, tty of Ti pp Cit \'
w r' last \ e ".k ," ;r "' :'. 1.' , f. 11 c',
moth I' I1n I hI' t. cr, M r: , Gu '
Routzahn and I u
r
II.
Mr: and Mr, i3 nnl I
of Jam . to.wn and Mr:' an M r ,
M r1 yn ani a 0 f ayton nt' '
Sunday with til ir m- the)' M
Ma Ban a.
Mr. and Mr ' . 11 cr t Hunt
and n, Wa rr 11 rf Fa yettevi l e
d, the _ unda
v
chool
picnic at MtLrmon Park, L h-
an n, unda v. .
I ' B bhv Ker ri ck ann
R.ush, memlh ' r of t e ' N' . 'ne .
vIlle troop, are \'. nd'ng til ;"
week wi t h 1he 13 0 v o. c "L
Camp Ho k,
Mr. anel . Harry Pursley
of Bethel, 0.110, were entertairr-
eI 1. di nn r Monday a1 the
home of Mr. and Mrs. Vernon
hlr ky.
f .l :l rcv T l'mh
1
. . r l)l1 1'(,1
1
\.1/1, il
11 :1, ir:p; . \Vedne day afternoon
J ' '1 kin I"('i ar. 1. There
I !"R n doctN a vailahl e, . I e
was taken to St. Elizabeth Hos-
pital , a vton.
Mr. l' n d \T , 1 r ( 1 'I q e i ke
and sons, James and Dale and
' r. ,, \,,1 il en r nt fr m
ThurSdlY " nt H Svnd'l v :11 'I
('he t rfi l d, at ' rfie'ct
Ind 1
.
,.' . NrTm.a Pnlnrlsand S(1n
Billy. J . Grassi ' ancl
" ,(' rl i nf elmo., t
ton wer 'mday evenin,g- d'nn r
.o'll _ t .(If M r, .and Mr. Walter
nr:ck. ' 1 -
' Gu Routza] il,"in c
,. ith ]' i. hr t her - in 1 - aw,
Sf erry (\ i1T\r"'tt rl other
"; r ,., C Tr r , . i<; '1;1 Fi '" -
; p: r'1" f " AI\, r i ! 1 q Cr' ,.,.(} a.
Mr. and Mr : Raymond 0 --
burn f en ia were Sunda
aftern all !!.ue ts r.f Mr.
A r . . Th"'rl.r Jones and in the
vening c:ll 0 n Mr. nnd ,"':: .
.' R . .1 0. es . .
Ru and Rohert Pursley
gave a party Thur day ev,enin ry
ill ) nor of their littt"e cau ins'"
at and 11Ihnn Rurkhart of
fi -Jd. . .
, and Mr. , ' , . " LL'iQ<'
I f'rn d the Mill Rell n icn ... lin-
d n \ ;'l t th h m.e 0 f . Mr. and
Mr . Mil,t" n Dill, near prin,g' -
or .
c
gan from Phoenix,
Ariz., last week and visited at
the horne of Mr. and Mrs. Ev-
rett Early on Thursday. They
are now visiting at the home
of Mrs. Blake's sister Mrs. Paul
Williams and family in Leb-
anon.
The Woman' . Society of
Lytle Church met Wedn'esday
afternoon a.t the country home
of Mr. Ern t Harlan. Mrs.
Earl y, progra'm leader,
!ntrodu ed Mrs. Vernon Whip-
ple, of Leban n, a guest speak-
er. M rs. Ie ,who has re-
cently returned with lier hus-
band , fron Greece, g-ave , a
acroun! of their trip.
Thev VI Ited their on-in-law.
daughter and littlt grand- on a
Athens.
Mr. Mes. Leo Conner n
daughter had a v. eek en
g-u st Mr. and Mr . Jack
hart f Zane vilJe. M r. Bal111 ar t
Mr. Conner .erved ' e
ID overseas mil iiary ervi
M:. :-l1ld Mr. H omel: M ol1
r
e
'If'ci 1'- '. '_' on of Plymouth J?i lly Stub! " Boh
l
i 1<' r l, l ,
Ohin, neat Lake Erie. weI') Pefer Key, R nni RL an '\
week-en gue ts of their par- George. ack are '. at
I1t Mr. an Mrs. Bartlett . HP?tkdth1t par nt
Monce. VIS, e a a lCI11 SUI per ' on
, Ohio's Most TYPlca rarm F4mily to be
selected from one of the 88 eou nties'
Ohio will receive 4$ first priIe_ the
Ford tractor ,and pictured. on the
Jeft. Examining the tractor from left to
right are O. T'homas HaYW4rd, p:osident
of the Ohio 1rractor and Implement Co.
of Columbus" Edwin J. Bath, Ohio State
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A FREE TRIP TO NIAGARA
FALLS AtlD NEW YORK CITY
b 'addition to .the awards mentioned
... ..,.,.,.., Ohio's' Most Typical Farm Family
wI,1 be taken on a FREE trip to Niagara
Falls and New Yon City plus a boat
ride .uP the Hudsoft River on the re'"'''"
trip. .
The County Agriculture Agent in each
of the 88 cO'lntll' hIS nom'n-tion bllnb ,
. Itd...yotinCl-, .. . ' ',.1 1
Mr. and M-rs .. Earl Kimberlin Mr. and Mrs. S,tanley
of Franklin and Mr. and Mirs. last Wednesda' l called on Mr.
Russel Kimberlin of 'Dayton Beh Hawke, who has been ser-
were Sunday afternoon guests iously i1t at the Grant Hospital
of the Mainous family. b Colum.bus f r ,several weekS. '
Laverne and Patricia M,r. Harry Sm.ithhas returned
Mamous of St. Petersbuqr, Fla., to his hOf!1e days
are the guests of their grand- stay at MIami Valley
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Main- . where he went f or observation
ous. ' . and treatment.
Mr. and Mrs. A.. H. Stubbs
and daughter, Yvonn e were
Sunday evening supp,er' ue ts.
of Mr. and Mr. Ever tt " n-
. denhall of New Burlington.
Mr. Glenn Hopkin i con-
ill(1" and Grandviev. Hos-
Rltal following a maJor opera- .
bon.
Mr. Jame Har't ock a
taken eriou 1y ill on Sunday
and removed t n M CI ' l1an Ho ' -
pita!.
. ,

Mrs. Robert Thomas and
Bobbi,e ) rene, have re-
turned to ' their 11 me trom
Grandview Ho pit:l1.
While L. H. Gordon i on a
.ek varation, Iva Brown
]$ actmg as postmaster.
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Goodrich
Mr. and Mr.. Ronah '1 J. t. , , . '
rere g,'u st f the Franklin _D"Nf1TURE .. DROOF'
Club tll" hnm 0 -- ru
MI P 1'1 H!1ey and Ntr . . '.
J bn h M iller on Thur , :'" . .:
, '
TIRE
Mr. and' M.l' . . Ra, Blake (nee Wedne day .
Ruth Earl\) an Bolhv
Belcher's Sunoeo Service
GUARANTEED
' , . '. pt . ,- .... : .'
SMITH ELt:CTRlC SERVICE
For that extra Receptacle
0.; Anything .
'. GAS-OIL-LUBRICATION
Gond l ine' of pa.rts and' Accessories
1'11 ' .J'. I' ,:- .: 4-H
CIllhm'jT11: " ,. \1 ) 115,at
Mr" . "I ,l1 t/ - '1"', ,,LC \ ith
r". Klontz
" 'l ed by
. .. ecidea
I )att ... rn.'
\. c\nes-
.L m. Miss
a I ..: 1
, :, . I ' uith l' l 1. - were
J P' d_nt. The
H,lrvey ! .... 4-H iu will
pi ni c - wi Lll th ' 'l lI ' l Monday,'
J ul 'I t at Wayne, Pa rk.
Th B t -y i \1" ; I . ! I met
W dne da .l UI.' 14
bu r)' H i g:h ch \ 'eeo-
n mi r ' om. witl . la Hart-
sock in charge ami Luk-
en pre iding. '
, There wer tWL: ',members
present. Th y dis u _ . j a picnic
and si lver t a. B t y Bogan
demon trat d' jl "mming a dress.
Members will an w r the roll
call by their fav rite food at the
next Tpeeting. Ther was a
ing- period and a recreation
period.
Mary Jean Leyes was a guest.
. .
Mrs. M. F. ,W Hz was a guest
of M.rs. K. R. Hill in Grove
City durin{! the. past week.
Mr. and Mrs. M. A. Fulker'
daughter had as a rruest dur , .,
the past week. Dr. F.
Wright of Mliami, Fl orida.
Mr . H.vnlan is l -
ing a few' weeks with. 1';1,
Robed H. man, J1car Chic I" 4 . 1

MdsS ' Maril yn Burske ha.: '- :1' -
tered Wilmln,l( . 11 Colleg- .i':
the ummer term. .
M r. and Raymond Br:.1 '-
dock have returned after, at t d I
t? ,Cape May .. N. J., and ::.
11 !nts. ..
REAl:>
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HOUle - Barn -:- Outbuilding!
Call Sml,tty .
U. S. Royal Tires
Open 7 Days a Week
SMITH SERVIE and'SALES
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To Boy, Sell, Trade
Rent, Bonow, USE
PHONE 2423
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No. 4378
22, 1948,
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\ 'a 'n viI e Softball Lea rLi
CB a .... d 0 11 _0 or, m re at 1 at' )
Bv
BOB O'REGAN
That on ni:11 1) :1 '
KI r ' fa V\' 'In thy nlurn
st 111m I fru111 hi ' '!)'Ilr 'L: -
III n - 2 triumph' ov r
Fair! y' H;frdw'lr, (r h i ll" the"!
til un ute! fiL t-ll'llf
hampi nshi p d th eio-ht ,rin ' ill
ten , Th 1 -iiming , i ' -
tory I u ' la y pi 'hl wa ' it '
the m t ' ifing- al11c f tll
sea on to dt t . Ki r 5 ' C rt!d
single tall ie in til con j an I
thi rd fraJlle ' I > ii, tll winnin '
run in th thi rd extra stlnz,{'
whil Fai rle J two runs \ /ere
"punch in th sixth inning.
Oh, yeh, Don Dakin of Wa ne-
svilJe Hi fame cant red acr s
with the winning run on Ken-
ney Bailey's ame-wi nniing line
drive to right fi ld.
. Wonder if Dakin gloated in
his youLknow-what because un-
til MOl)day night he was on
lookin{! in as 'Fairley' s
had dJsCarded him )n favor of
Kirpatrick, .whose, pep-
pery mask and pad work has
helped Fairley's considerably,
Pete Murphy, .as usual, pitched
for Kler's ,!ll owing but
two bmgles and bemg in real
trouble only once when Earl
Quigley, , Fai rl ey's firstsacker
went to thitd, in the 9th via B.
, Quinn's error and a couple of
,balls. However Murph
w.11dpltched an i QUi.I.!'lcy wa'
erased at the plate as husky Bob'
Campbell a strike to
wh0 covers home plate
l!ke a tent. We are not "seconct-
gl!essers"; , therefore we agree
vlth M:,j lfbrd, who
,Crea'm Social! ,
' Hememade Ice Cream
' and 'Cake
Sponsored by METHODIST
YOUTH FELLOWSHIP
LVTt.E CHURC'H
.
July 24 .. An evening
Player and Team
T. Til mp' on Le ion
\Villiam on, Bellbrook
am' 5, L gion
Hai le , Kier's
M raq, L gion'
R. Oumior:i Bellt.ro k
ui Ie., Fail'l e '
Fairle
Dil l, pri ng Va' fey
M re , Bellbrook
Muq h , Ki r's
Plan,', Fairle, s
Quigley to try to
score; because IF Earl had made
the score the game woul d nell ..... r
have reached 'the e.xtr'w' inning.
When your guesses click, you re
good when they do not the
fans 'ride ' you. Tip Depart-
m nt: Quigley woul d probably
operate better if he wore those
cheaters at night too' at least
his reflex wO,uld ' improve. I
know that from p,ersonal ex-
perience. As a last thought, this
colunw believes Murphy
berately wild-pitched in order to
"suck" Quigley into an out.
Dan,gerous stuff, but Kier' s ' are
capable. '
.Check, YC)ur .Brakes!
, GET YOUR .
,Safety . Sticker '
WITHOUT BEING STOPPED
ON THE HIGHWAY ' "
WE ARE AUTHORIZED TO
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ISSUE STICKE RS TO
VEHICLES INSPECTED BY
DURING JULY
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I don t v ri Know h \v t
pr p rly I egin my tirade: a- ,
ail1 t th P r nl I' P l' 11
who "d s crated" the Ib,cal hi h
chool ba I all di amon
day nrn'ht or arly unda lll or-
ninK with automobil e tire
track, ther by cau in O' the Jun-
ior American' Le 'ion all
team to at tournament
gam,e to the Lebanon American
Legion 'and subsequently travel
20 or mare miles 'to play We t
Carrollton, in a ,game covered
elsewhere in this column' To
print mv thoughts \\(h,en i first
s . IV ,I e "outrage" Sunday more
nme' would be im'Possible. Bill
Sawyer, the American Legiott
athletic officer felt likewise, as
both of u were confident that
our baseball nine: would trim
Lebanon and advance ' to the
cha.mlP ion hip Play at ' Cincin-
nati. So th se careless, irres-
ponsible persons cost . 15
Waynesville youth a much de-
served trfp.
M;aybe the culprits fe .1
m,i hty 'small without all of my
harangue, but several local cit-
izens inform me that such ac-
ti on are part 'of t.he town and
must be tol erated. I .don't think -
,I 'm wageri'ng 'tha . enough

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" mmute-men" exi t to safe-
p=lIa rd the field for tl'e
der of the season, and that if I
,the e are apprehend. KITCHEN CABINET
ed at the ht , time the Board NO-SMOKE HEATING STOVE
of. Education '1\<i1l pitch in to see
that some examples are made.
, Is it my fault that rno'st local
youths decr.'y tha.t they have
nothing to do in the summer-
time in Waynesv,il1e ? ,
Anyway the .Junior A1rnerican
nine take's on Southern
HI Is Shnday at 3 p. nl. at the
Waynesville ' di amond. The 10-
,( c,als won their last encounter
with the Ray Dodds
visitirig club in a III extra inning -:
,' contest. Either, Earl Powel) or
"Duke," ,Vickers will a cend th
mound for Waynesville with'
Bob Hastings "receiving. '
In a game postponed from the
,Jul y 5th holiday, ' Bill Sawyer',
Legion nine trounced Spring
Van y, 13-3" b ehind fine
four - , hit ';iurling . and Tom
, '
3 PLATFORM ROCKERS
DAVENPORT-BED
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3 CHEST OF DRAWERS
WARDROBE with, door mirrQrs
CEDAR CHEST
5 LINOLEUM RUGS
OF T NILES AND' CH,AIRS
, 4 TABLE LAMPS ' " '
HOIISEHOLD EQUIPMENT
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2143 OR CALL 'AT .MIAMI GAZElTE
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Our experJs dOD't ,"g,uess" about your car's health. ' Like your own
doctor, we dIagnose trouhle and, then cure with' tOP-,notch repairs. '. '
W'e also have complete facilities ' for electric arc welding and t I
cutting' and we,lding, " aceyen:e
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PAINT AND BODY WORK WHEEL ALIGNMENT
,MOTOR OVERHAULING FRAME
BRAKE MOTOR TUNE-'UP
. MURRAY -LAUTERBACH Auto sales
NORnl BROADWAY " t- , LEBANON , 'OPEN TILL 9 P. M.,
Dodge Plymoath
Acao FaOIl P08TOFFICE UMCi Cars with, a Guarantee That CoUllts .
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WAYNESVILLE, OHIO No. 4378
THURS'DAY, JULY 22, 1948
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Th i \ eL.k will ma rk the .r nd
of the; fir t half of the schedul e
of , t he .. e ville SnftbaIJ
L.eague. Kier I \,,'i ;1O r of t l r
f rt:' PI " pet Vulcan Tool
C:0mpanY' ni e {hi , .
. ll wht tI e G .b r diamond
with th.e si a rtin,g- tim 8: 1 .5 .
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' illi l.ansi n,g' e: I' . WI"
at .11 i, h (1 m e M n chl '/ I 11. H \
I erc' . t , r mtl.n y val'S,
th 11, weni tn DRyt'1 anq liverl
severa) 'ear I ut return d (' h i '
home J;. r t SDen d his Insl
.'" ,t r.
(' r
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i r ' -i ' (' n fi t1 ('(,i to
his b , f 11 '" wing- a' s ri s of
.... attl"-lrk .
M r A , - t ,.t" (.'1 '" " " d l .3 "
h a v I rt1 1 h P.,' re.l :l. ti Iff' S
from . [' i vrn) a, 1 he ts are
Mrs. arah Hartman, their
c1aLIgh1e r 1 utll, " nd h rhus-
. hand. Mr'. Hariman anri
riaught r f nrmerl I i v e rl
h.f' re in t e ro'pertv nnw (v'-
cUt ied by Mr. and Mr . Art Ed-
gIngton . .
. Mr. and Mrs, Charl es Kabl
rad a f am.ily ,gathcrin,(!" on Sun-
day.
fohn Robert Kable s wife
and on have beefi""":men-dinr-
f, r- If ee k' with them (lnet Bah
C' 111 _ Tn take them b.ack to
vith him .
r. ;! l1d Mrs. J hn Tate are
\',' ' ' mi nI[ another dau,g-hter to
th ' r h me. ' .
,f\r . \' . Ge rg', f Smith
of S:t i1ina visited 'with Mr.
a,. rl Mr..J
C
, rl s Sunday.
Mr.. . and M !' .. Elwo d Th o'J11as
we'e in t n\\ n nturnay
Friends and relativ in this.
communit }1 :1V ' recieverl
tatic)11 t () th w of Miss
Margie ' Pattersl n and Paul
Thoma n ll aturday. Au!!". 7 in
at the
. ial Pre byterian . Chur h. "
M.r. an'd Mr . R,ns. H. H, rt-
sock and Mr. Luci le Armitaze I
attended a'11 Oregonia cia 's re-
union at the home of Mr. anLi
Mrs. Zain in Lebanon
on eveni"n,g.
'The Friendship Club ntet at
the' home of. Mrs. Cora Rich
on Wednesday afternoon.
A pleasant social hour was
enjoyed andthe hostess, assisted
by Mrs. Bernard OaJey and Mrs.
Ray Miller, served fruit punch
and cookies. The club adJourn.
ed until September, ]hating Au .
l'USt a vac,atlon month.
. . .
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I ' ;1.1 a pastry (or a part, is this ap,uot cottage cheese pi ..
1
. 4!l . Each servia&, is with .. nests r -. :.1 !
I , crowDed with aD aprK:Ot half. .
! dessert to make a debut at-a -special dill]
... er!. An apricot cottage cheese pie may take a liWe lIlore fuss
\ some, but the rewanl is ... re prepare. A.the guest bites iato a .
. erous wedge of this luscious pie he wiU discover that beJieath
I ! whipped cream and apriCot pmjab lies a of cottag .
cheese custa*aod __ a,:".., law a= layer flY
crust. _I .,_____ ___. &5. - a 4
An importaat poiDt to ftIDeIIIheIo ill ... Irina tIiIe pie is
cheese custard lIlast be baked at a rathr low temperature to keep
i milk and cheese prOteins tender. S"mee the erast ahould be s
jio a V'ery hot oyen, 0111, the apricot ",er fa pJaeed in the abeIl for til
:initial baking. After ten take the pie from the o.en and
: the cottage eheese custard over me aprieot layer. Return the pie to the. '
. o!.,en and finish baking in a slow (325 degrees P.) oven. ""--'. ,
APRICOT . COT!' AGE CHEESE PIE ! !
Apricot Layer
2 a.ps cooked apricots ,.i 'I. teasl>O'ln a ImonJ uluct e
I teaspoon lemon ntract ' 1tl cup $"/; ':'1
,Mix ingredients well.
Cottage Cheese Custard
Y2 cup su,a' I cup m,ilk .
% teaspoon salt . I teaspoon Yatlill.
. 2 eggs, beatc:n I cup cottage
t
Add 81lgnr plt ('{;gs. Mix !ind cheese. B1c-nd ir.gre.di entS"
'Yell. Add muk, vamlla extract . . . '. I
j . Pastry ' . .
I cup t'ntichc:d ftour V! rup :: \r ... j" lt "
, '1.1 tCII poon s.llt 2 to 1 tab -;r Jd In!er
" '
,Sift togethr flour and 5:1 ! t. apricot iayer eved y"int<>.
. or rub in short.ening l: i' :1 m::{- p'e 5h:.1. Bake in hot (425
Iture is crumbly. wal at de' ' :;ees F.) 10 minut{>s. P.;:'Ur
;over flour mixture and to a co: over '
dT)' crumbly dough. Turn 0" o. . . . J 1 s!.ell. R":1uce heat
,lightly fIoured pastry cloth.. r , )':,' .( 325 d.egrees F,) and con'
:dough together. Roll out DJoU. . : baking 50 minut es. Garnish'
inch thick. Line deep \',: . I whipped crenm ('.I d cooked
inine-inch pie pan. Tri m and flut e :i :ot halves, if des: , d. '
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The Clau e roud home wa
.scene of a very en i oyabJ'e
. picnic supper @Il Sunday even-
ing when ;"'r. and Mr '. G
Ahren ann jaug-hter . . andra
Mis Muriel Azling, all of Day:
ton, and Mr. and Mrs. Russel
Carr and two ch.ildren and Mr.
M,aude Cr.aoe of L \)anon, and
Miss Brown :were g'uests,
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6:00 x 16 FIRESTONE
1
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(plus tax)
FULL LINE OF
FIRESTONE PRODUCTS
BATTERIES
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TEXACO SERVICE
8. MAIN PHON'E 1114
WAYNESVILLE. OHIO
Mr. and Mrs . .Ie Thomas,
Mi s Ruth Satterthwaite, Mr.
and r-. Roh rt , attertlw/ aite'
and L mi \ and Hen'y Satt erth-.
waite w re th ' gu tort.
hen M r. and Mrs.
Warren Esp,ey celehrated their ,
twenty-fifth .we annivers-
a rat tl. i Iv m in Cen t ryill e.,
Mr. '," a'nd Mr. Gilbert Fr 'e
and son ' entertained at Sund'ay
dinner, Mr. and MIS. BUilieft
r utter \tortl and s n of Leb-
:!"' il, rv r. a 11 d Mr. Erne t But-
terw'<?rth and two granddau,gh-
t J' , ran and e Ann
Th ma.s:
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Moot-h' Club
Waynesville .
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your kitchen .
You1' be proud of You.r fri .. !""';: and ,neigh ors wit! . .L; n
over it. And. best. of you'll be assured of ul n
venience and perfect cooking results for years to come.
fi Remember. the CopperClad is the only range w:!h C,.1C';' eI'
Linulg - to prevent rust. Then. it has Thennos C,,(IWtfU'..: t .OD
(6ve-ply \Valls) for better coohnt amI beking. And
. there .m: bh..
. and let us tell you all al ut t1 i ' re-
markable coal and wood range. t ' l11o 'L rately
priced, actually less tllan' many ( j 11 '1' ' S that
do nof equal it in beauty and quality.
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WAYNESVILLE, OHIO .'
1'EL . .2661 " . . CLOSED
"THE HOUSE OF CHAIRS'" .
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,NOW PLAVING
TO THE VICTOR
MO.RGAN -:- ' IVECA LINDFORS
SATURDAY ONLY
, . The Durango Kid Ride Hard.. . Ii .
IN
BUCKAROO FROM POWDER RIVER
81h CHAP. SERIAL AND CARTOON.
, LUCKY MOUNTIE No>. 15' - CJ\SH AWARD
TUES. ONLY SUN.-MON.
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Who Killed. Doc Robin ,
' . AND ,
EDGAA KENNED)' COMEDY
j OJ
TIiURS.-FRI.
Virginia Mayo, Ceo. Brent
Oat, 01 the
Blae
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GUNl(L
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Lenses

FOX HOLLY
. hicago, 111. (--I ial Di pa t ' h)
A wir fr IJ1 tht.: T yi n man-
agement a ur j m that tho.
who att en i d "Ni uht n ,.
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over th{; w n . r '111.. -
ed th .h w, p ciall v th r n-
diti n of Hall , y Carmi ha 1
"Who Kill d . 'Er.' It' alv. a .
nice t kn w that a f w peo-
ple appreciate shows of a hi.g-h-
er I v ) and) m rea ana y sure
that wa the m tive of the vi-
it ors from the Friend Horn e,
who attend d Monday even-
ing. f
An out-of-town famHy held
the winnin.e: Mountie card num-'
ber last aturda v as Mit's. Orlo
Reese, Social Row Rd., 'Cen-
terville, heard Bm StansberrY
call her number: The . Reeses
have been stead
v
vi
sitors for some time. )f ) reo
member correctly there are a
bout eight of them to seat in a
row of those beauty-rest chairs,
(How's that for a plug for those
chairs, boss m.an ? ) .
I understand the deportment
at the Twin has improved tre:'
mendousl v this month although
a few inconsiderate people still
persist puttin.(!' feet on
seat C'ushlons. Thev
,
2I-Roanolte colony, Va.,
founded. \597.

hsh Irom Spain. 1104,
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ceSslul trial run. l81t


. 26-New York admlued to
Union. 1788.
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27-Seheneetady. N. Y ..
bouQht It'om IndIans.
1661.

A killin . and lhe fIL atin f
ill egal territorial 1 nd r vide
t11t.: crim \\ hi h tll Duran 0'0
Kid unravel in 'Bu karoo from
Powder Ri . r,' app arin\[ at-
urda y nl al ng with tlle
ight h chapter of ('Dan ers of
th Canadian' M unted." Local-
ite eem t h
th ei r inter in thi ' 12-week
ria l. 1'h Ia t chapt r al sol-
ute! fr , (read your Au.e:u t
.; howbill for further r rti
provided the holder' ha at ..
tended for 'eleven consecutive
weeks. Bugs Bunny offer "A
Feather in His Hare" (W8). If
this one is half ' as good as
ner's "Gorilla M.y Dream" pre-
sented last week, the shQrt is
almQst worth the price' of ad-
mission itself. '
' Alfrect H itchcock's great
"Notorious" is comling Sunday
and Monday with Cary Grant
retuming to the Twin screen
with Ingrid Bergnlan and
Claude Rains. On this program
will also. appear Warner-Pathe
News concerning the' Demp-
cratic convention. A f athe
Sportscope on pin games rounds
put the };f .... :am. "
Mr. 'and Mr -. ss Hartsoe' ,
Miss J all Hart ' 0 " Mrs. L na
"Hart ' j( anU Mr. all 1\\1 s.
Owen H ' lH 0 k were Sun I,l
gu -rs or Mr. and Mr . S. M.
. }jurn tt 0
Mr. and Mr . H. L:. 1{y anJ
Mr, and Mr '. t{LlS::; HartsuCl<.
r c ntl y em flam..:. I anLi
Mrs. Alva 1 ana Mr.
an Mr. J. K. J reston at we
High iew Terrace.
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Mrs. Ronald Hawke nt r-
' tained at her home on Tuesday
of the past week with a dessert
bridge. Members of the Argun?t
Bridge Club with Mrs. Mane
Riffle, Mrs. Alva ' Thompson,
Miss Elizabeth Chandler and
Mrs. D. R. Salisbury form'ed
three' table for the of
the afternoon.
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Mrs. Leona Kich haa as
day evening Mr;
H. R. Moss, Mr. and Mrs. GII- .
'bert ' Frye and sons ano Mrs.
Reba Braddock.
On Tuesaav Only will be
"Who Killed Doc Robin '?" this
story about a murder that didn't Mrs. Lucile Arm itao'e .ann
happen is presented in that ...
good old Hal Roach Ill! nner ' Mrs. Leah Mills
and in Cinecolor too. True en- with a delicious fried. ch
o.ugh, some of these films only'" picniC supper. at . o.n
run a out one hour but would- . Sunday evenmg:. TheIr ,l!uests
n't you' rather be I entertained were Mr. ,and M.I". J ohn J.
for one hour than be bored fnr Burske. MI Manl vn Bur
t'wo? An Ed,g-ar Mr. and Mrs. J. William Strouse,
dy "Dig That Gold" will sup- Miss Ruth Wardlow and Mr.
po're :11l d Mrs. E. F. Earnhart.
Thursdav for two
days will be "Ouot Th , Blue"
with George Brent and Virginia
, M,a)'loJ who provide as zany
a picture as has appear,ed in
som,e time. An,yone wh,:
sit. thru this one with a str:l. (YH
face will . be my nersonal
nominee to succeed Old tone
Face of mountain fame.
picture is rather breezy,
so n\ake your laup;hS many but
short so as, to enlOv all of the
pril1: htl y situations that
beween Brent, Mayo, the late
Car Ie Landis, and Turhan Bey.
BIRTHS
Mr and Mr , Robert T\wmas
are a'nnouncinlr the birth of a
daughter at Grandview Ho --'
pital on Saturday, Jul y 1 ,
1948.
Mr and M'rs. M. 'A. Fulker-
son dau.e:hter, Zana Mae,
were week end guet of r.
and Mr. Edwin Randati in
land . .
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Mr. and Mrs. Ron:a. ld Kawke
28-Bloek Tom explOSIon. SA-eS unSJdd 3 .,10. 'f l-e) "gl!
(\' ,,, . " ') . ,; i " '-:t 'A g H
I 0) .. wl
{lse Th 1 Almanac To
Cbf."f;'" T' _') W3ather
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" La t RCll ;t1 ' up'." mne of the
other pi .ur C,' du d f r
A;u'gust ar "Rv j t Rio', Aug..
1-2 \ " Alluquerou' , 5-n:
'G:' ZE'rt.

"Apri l h \ ' r - " " ug. . -9 :
"Rele l' It. . ' , - .... ( ; an i
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IN CASE OF FIRE, DIAL 2222
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NO' LOST MOTION OUr
s rvice i .available every miA-
ute in. the ear. Our equIpment
needs no last-minute ,tinkering
l
and w.e don't have to pena
any time getting Ulider wa .
And once we are called, we,
relieve you of . all responsibility.
. MeClURE
, .
fUN 'ttOME
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Come to our shop and we'll
show you the goal of .
housewife- Ea ,'I Street -Js TIght
in.. front of ou. It is less w rk
and sensible econ my, too, to '
have us do your Cleanmg. The
time, labor, and money saved
and the possible accIdents avoi
ded is worth manY times more
than our moderate charges . .
an 'i th iI' ,I,..U -t Mr. Milll .1
rl a 'lur wer r "' nt ' U ' t f
\ r: :1 hi Mr' , F. C. H:ut: c, ck,
()f Milfor i at 111' Te.rra ' Par'
THE MIAMI GAZETTE
WAYNESVILLE.. OH 10
, TH URSDAY; JULY
PAGE 6 .
No. 4378
22, 1948
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1. '1- r ' t.urn d to h 'I" bum
in . tamf r i, C nn.
hi , i:it 'r, Mr" . h Ha ting' .
Dr. an I M r: , . li t and
daughter arc' . 'nj ')yi l1 ),!';! tWI)-
\\ k va ation trip. I'll \' al WEST WAYNE COUNCIL
5:1 \\" th' I un {ra ,It M iam i
, h II' " .
I ail ey
and dau, 'ht had , unday
. ! i)l g" di nnL'r gu t , ,:VIr. and
Mr: . Hul c.::r Bai l y and d::lUghtt! l
Mr. and Mr , . \ "e,
Mr. and .\1r . . !, \ il1itln1 , r,' IU.
Mi,:': Marihn Utl r::k \\
I; t I .. ; ., t " rr'l r " \. ' "l \. , " \ ' e 11
" '-. 1. . I . ... ,-,. .l. f ' ... fit J "
f r Lt. C mlli:l :1d ... r -R,
in Oil Frida"
r.. venmg.
Mr. jwd Mr . a Mar Earn-
hart wefe wet'- e:hi (!' uest of
the latter s parent. in Caldwell,
)hio.
Mr. ana Mrs. Loyd Da 'is en-
tertained at dinner on unda y
the irthd' v of thei':
. on, Clarence J. Davi
Guests we re Mr. a ,d Mr.
Walter Manifold of Lc!e burlY .
.- , .. ... . :!l1d Mr. Cecil M. Davi,
of Dayton, Mr. an i Mrs'. r:lar-
ence J. Davis, Miss' Marv
ch etz, Bill Davis ann Mr.
Frank Holmes. .
. tv.r . Will St. Jo.hn with Miss
Thelma Johnson of Springfield,
ha ve returned home from a
.busin ss trip to the 'United
Nation, Lake Success, N. Y.
and a day vacati on in New
York City. '
f C nt erville, Mr. ' and Mrs.
K nneth Bai ley of . Mi a.mi.:burg
and Dr. and ' Mr . E. C. Wright
an dall hter .
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1 lOURS:
9-12 each morninz
1-5 , rnO(lr s except
'-.AI e .. \ a. \'
- C) "
I ' , .a;U: ' .! V
Other e n' by
Appoin1ment
T I ::) H . :-r- f - R
Dr. C. E. Wilkin
Optom ttr:c Eye : Sperial'i..-t
So,'h nf'troit
XENIA. OHl{1 .
Mr. Car] Stephellson of Leb-
an 0 n was a 1 u rsd ---::-----_. __ a --- .:... _.
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Goodyear
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Sboe Repair Serviee
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Invisible Half . !ill (Y
Orthopedic Correti n;,
Cork Extensions
Henry H. Moeller
11 E. Mulberrv St. LEBANON, OHIO
AT THE " Friendly Store"
OME
"Hard-To-Get." Items "
,
9 x 12 WOOL RUGS
9 x 12 FELT BASE RUGS
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,
LAMPS (Floor and
(Fuhy. Spring Filled)
ROOM SUITES
BED ROOM SUITES
STOVES
UCoi!iplete Home Furnishers"
HOME PURNITURE
.Phone. . CO xENIA .
912R , . OHIO
"East MaiD Street at Whit ...... '
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7 THE MIAMI
No.
THURSDAY, L Y 22, 1948 ' f LIVESTOCK BEALTO ODDItiES;.....
Mr. an i Mr . . r. B. Cral be Philip CrosTand, municipal
. an j . daught r, MJ' - Raylyn omt reporter for the W'ilrning-
eral ,ha\ e return d aft ra t Jl1, 0 I., Journal-Every ' Even
thl' -w ek t rip through the ing, wa a t this week of
\\" ._t, ani yi:i tin g' t1pir 0 '1" art . mith, who formerly
Julian rabbe and famil y ' 11 \'a' empl y d by th arne
_
Mrs. Al in 111 rv, wh
:,P v ra 1 wee k wi til r la t-
IV ' In Tr y hit return i to til "
h me of- h r - n-in-law an ,I
ctaught r Mr. nd Mr. Dalla
art nand s n . I
J-I06 MANGE
MAY CAUSI;
DOCKING,.
OF 2 TO$S
Mr . E,mma l1n. ha r turn-
ed to 11 r hom in ayt n f 1-
lowing- a we k' vi it -with h r
PEQ J4b.AD
i t r, Mr. se,e Harl an.
, Mrs. Ge rO" Wat rh u f
vyayn v.ille wa a Thursday
att rn 11 D' 1I t f Mr ' . LOlli '
Fite and daughter Mi Jane
Fite. '
and Mrs. Har'ry: .
[ucker and daug-hter Mi s
Evalyn Tucke'r 'Sun jay
dinner guests of the Tu k rs'
s n-in-I aw an j l daught r, Mr.
and ,Mrs. Richard Wllfj;'ll11S and
family of \Vilmington.
Mrs. Ida Collin had a h r
Sunday guests Mr. and Mrs.
Lee Collms of Centerville and
Mr. and Mrs. Sterling Ingale
.and sons of Gr enfield.
Mr. and Mr. John . Stewart
and daughters ' of Beavertown
were atu.rday guests of Mr.
Stewart's parents, Mr. and Mr .
Raymond Brooks . and fap1i1y.
GAI2GIT Of-COWS' UOOERS
. CAN BE .CAuJfO BV
THROAT OF- NI LI<.E;QS.
M;iss Esther Luken was cl -
guest of relatives over the week by illness, is much better and
end in Richmond, In,d. able to be out.
Mr. and MIS. Robert Will- . Mr. and ,Mrs. W. Carl Brown
iams have returned to their are spending a days this
.home in St. Florida week a:t St. Mary's Lake .
following- a two-week visit with A, group of friends ' and rel-
Mrs. William:'s parents, Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. James Doster
Mrs. Fred Sherwood. of Dayton were weekend hOll e ..
Mr. and Mrs. Charles guests of the Rev: -and Mrs. J.
Swindle attended the McKay P. Thornbury and Mr. and Mrs
family dinner held al Ne\'(. Burl- Herbert Dbster.
il Jgton, Sunday. atives from here
Edna, baby daughter ,of Mr, funeral services Fridav at H'
and Mrs. Vivan Fry was taken nab Funeral Home in
home heret. Sunday , from ton for Charl"es Wi11iar:: M:1 '<-
Miami Valley Hospital, where field J.t;. wh<? drownej .ne:!r hi s '
she has pe.en birth. home at Clarksville earlier in
Mr. and Mrs Harr,Y S. Tucker . week. Maxtlel:t was the
and daughter, MISS Evalyn of Mr. , ar..d Mrs. Ed
Tucker,. bad as their house- . . LeWIS of Harveysburg. ,
Kuests a few days last week, . Mr.
Tucker's neplj w-and family . Carolyn Campbell was the
Me and M;rs. Robert Tucker of guest of honor at a surprise bir-
Dayton. On Sundavafternoon thday party at the ' home of Mr.
they entertained Mr. and Mrs: and Mrs . . Harvey K .. Sat-
Clarence Williams of Amelia urday afternoon. InVited guests
. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Doster tJ,-rre Dotty Ann RuLh
and daughters, ' Janet , and Ann Bellt Meyers, Joan
Barbara., returned home, Tues- Kay Bost, LOIS Jean Hunter,
Mrs. Ral ph Hastings had a's
Wednesday dinner guests Mrs.
Salome Hoffman, Miss Marie'
Loher and Mrs. MHler of New
Cas.tIe, Indiana and Mrs. GraCie
L. Smith.
Mr. and Mrs. Seth E. Thomas
and son of Minneapolis
Minn" are visiting . friends ' and
relatives for a two-week vaca-
tion.
. Mr .. and Mrs. 1<. N. Hou'gh
and children we.re Sunday din-
ner guests of Mr. apd-Mrs. Har-
old B. Earnllart and fam ily.
Mrs. D. C. Ridge had as Sat-
urday. evening dinner guests,
Mr. and Mrs. Davis of
ton. . .
. Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Cornell
have sold their farm home on
State Route 42 ' to . Dr. Leon
Hunter of Cincinnati.
.
M.iss Marsha Meyers of
Springboro is the houseguest of
M'r. and Mrs. Glenn Boraen.
day from. a ten-da,r vacation Jean and Juqy, Hole.

. Mrs. Alice ' Urton. 'Who was
. confined to her home 'last week,
i L Uncle Sam Says I
I .
' I
./
y_ taoirlel ,... IaII4 .........
I .... , .... p!&yer, ba_ oa
t
ilt. pedee. pltela ".... illIG
...... " ...... for aa.. tak4
WeD, ,...'4 bYe tile ...... ri.bt ..
UWI u ,.. w ... IUD "lao worb
r.atto,... mill tile ..... ,ontllla_ne
r tutIoD ,By tUlDr the edq
IIlnq .... puWar It Into 1Jalte4
............ boa4. tllroa,h t.be pa..1it
,teD avID,. plaD lie adullt wo .... ;
; M IIIttIDr & nm fO.r "curlty lot
! _If an4 COGDtry. '
I Your CODDtry Dee. of
.ven DOW to preserv.e the Datloa'.
lecurlty. America's securlty .s your
lecurlty.
U. S. Trtr t:tr)' nfJParf1MM
CHATTIU AU,OMOBILES LIABILITY
.aRM ,URA.C."
die Obio ,. .... wID .... J'4:MI b-.l ...u- 10IIII
.. ,our fum. Ie a79WI banell ... ,.,., ..... ,oar
.... J'OaI IlaNUtJ lor Mddeoc. to ocben. Why DOt ' .....
Y ....... _ ........... ,.. ....... fa ' ", 0biD ' .... i
The Home 'of Dignifiett. Dis-
tinctive and Kindly Service.
STUBBS Funeral Home
TELEPHONE 22-all . WA o.
R-i i, Wa .11. pap "' I'.
.7-QI. Capacity Cold Pack Canners
. $2.05 Eacb
. Ironing . Boards --- $4.91
WALL PAPER AND PASTE AND SIZING
G. E. BULBS - NU ENAMEL
KEMTONE
Waynesville &
South Main Stree.t across' from Grailge Hall
Telephone 2422 WAYNESVILLE, OHIO
We're experts at tracking
squeaks in
'Your car!
.;
.We don't do by guesswork-but wjth modern
equipmept and Sobio Lubri-Check-a scientific
check list the application
of a dozen different types of lubricants-the
way the oar lrianufacturer it done.
t
Compl.,. lubrication only
.'
. ,.
Por "r;ng lubrication
of lOU, car sle UI
. . '
,- -- ..
Ful'kerSOD service
i
.' !.
\
CLAS$IFIED AD' RATES
,10 PER WORD . , MINIMUM ,250
DON" T F RGET T CALL
liS f r in ' uran . All type of
insuranc at a saving . Call
Fran j .J n Br wn, phone
Wayne ville 2472 Or call
collect. Wilmin t n 21 11,
I SELL THE EARTH-
IF Y U , HAVE ANYTH ING
in Real tate for sal , g-et in
. tOtlch WIt h B n E. Cline, lic-
. ,broker, Spring Vall ey,
OhIO, In Real E tate Bu ines
since .191 1. Experience tells.
Try me and s e. .
1" - 8.26
FOR SAL- '

,/' ' INA TOR soft clr ink cool.
i, gr een enameled.' Excel-
I " lent con"cti ion. Belcher's
( Sut)<' l ei eryice, Phone 2423
J' r _ '. -78
) ' , c. { Michener.
Whonl 2926. -729
-
i'LECTF . Ie HAWAIIAN . GUt-
tar. Blackaby, on Cbas.
I E. d" Ichener fann, Lytle
I Roa -722

:;bhn t )eere Trailers,
. Joht I Deere Corn Sheller.
BAM TA IMPLEMENT CO.
Leb_a D,. Ohio Phone; 555
Letz )" 1:40 Roughage mill-
sliglttl:y lJSed., Priced to sell.
Guara n.tee.
" BANTA IMPLEMENT CO.
, 1,ebaDon. . Phone 555
.. -
ONE, ROLLER RINK
Shoe lSkates, ' size 8. CalI
.2634., H. E. BIstro. -Ind
9 Cu.' Ft. Electric Refrigerator
Porcelain inside and out. Ex-
, ellent . condition, . $125.
Phone 71 O-L Lebanon. B. R.
Merri'st(}wn. -1
. .
1940 TON and- a half Chev-
rolet truck, grain bed. Waynes-
ville Farmers Exchange,
Phone 2371. -:-722
WELDING-
Mower blade grinding and re-
pair. .
. Electric and Acetylene Portable
BIU.. 'LEE, iWayae Park
, -715
' CUSTOM BAl:.INq'
By Bal-O-Matic Wiretying.
r Sheeb an or Ehone
299t ---78
NOTICE Of APP.OINTMENT
Estate of 'Emma O. Kersey

Na.t1ce is hereby . given that
{Jc.hn .' t. Pnst
Office address is. Waynesville,
Ohio has been duly
as Executor of the " Estate of
Kersey, late of War- '
ren County, OhiO, deceased.
. Dated this 9th day of July
'1948. " .
c.. Donald Dilatush. 'atty. .
Ralph H. Carey .
:, Judge of' . 1t:e Court
Warren County, Ohia.
,
WANTED!
r' (25-35)
to learn merchandisIng,. Some
selling .experience preferred.
Mast be high school graduate.
salarv t o start. Excellent
pppbrtunity for ad\
Apply in ,pers'on.
J. C. PENNEY Co.
Miamisburg" Ohio
NOTICE
ANTIQUE' FURNITUR.;.... .
Repaired and Refinished. All
\\ .ork guaranteed.
CHAS. C. COOK and SON,
PHONE 2645 . Waynesville, O.
-624
BIDS SOUGHT
ealed PI' po also \\ ilJ be re-
ceived 1 v the Bard of Ejuca
ti n, WaYJa- Loca1 .ch 01 Dis-
triCt of Warren County, OhiO,
at the .office ' f the Clerk In the
High' chool Buildin,e: in Wayne
Town hi p., Waynesville, Ohio, '
until 12 0
'
clock N on Ea tern
tandard Time, Aug ust 14,
,1948, for all 'Iabor and ma,ter
ials necessary for the erection
of a 2-car garage-addition to
the present .schoolbus garage
according to plans and specifi
cat ions on file'. with' the Clerk
of said Board of Education.
Each bid shall be aCCOnl-
panie.d by a bond, with Surety
or Sureties ' satisfactory to the
Board of Education, or .by cash
OJ' certified cheek on a solvent
bank in the State of Ohio. The
aqlOunt of said' bond, cash or
certified ' check shall be equal
to 5% of the total amount of
the bid and the bond shall be
i"n favor of the Board of
tiori of the Wayne Local Schpol
. District of. Warren County,
Ohio. ' The cash or. certified
check shall be forfeited if the
bidder fails to enter into con-
tract with the said Board of
Education within ten (10) days.
after Notice of of
his proposal, if the award is
made fa said bidder. The Board
o'f Education reserves the right
' fo reject any and all bids. '.
By order of the BQard of
Education. '
c: . W. Barnhart
Bd. of Education.
-. --- .
Mrs .. Glenn Borden attended
the meetinlZ' of the Dayton Pike
Communit
v
'Club at the home
of Mrs. James Shutts in Genn-
town on Wednesday afternoon.
Mr. an,d ' M;rs. Seth
and son, Lee of have
returned after spending several
days with relatives here, in' Leb-
Dayton, and Spring Val-
,ley.
WANTED
DEAD STOCK
cows . $11.00
HORSES . 9.00 .
HOGS' 3.00 cwt.
, Acc .. d'nt.to S.z C."dltlon
. AU SMALL srOCK
REMOVED PROMP11.. Y
Phoae . ' "
.' . XEN,JA' 'WiLMlNGTON
,1712 .' 2362
. REPORT OF CONDITIQN OF THE
WAYNESVILLE NATIONAL BANK
of Ohio .
At the close of on. 'June 30, 1948
No. 2220 Res erve
.. ASSETS
. .
istrict No. 4
Cash . baJance- with ot h r banl< , incl uding re en' . bn.\,l nCE' a nd
en. h items in p,r ocess of co ll ectIon .... . . . . .... . .. ......... 525,871. 58
United '. tates Government obligations, dir ect and guaranteed :. 23,969.82
Obliga tions of tates and political ubdivi Ion s ., . . .... ..... 326,441.75
Other 'bo nds, not , and delbentures .. .. ... . ............. , .... . 40,,000.00
Corporat (l111 ludlng $4,500.00 stock of F ed ml
R . b . , 0
e et've ank) ... . .. : . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4,500.0
Loa ns a nd dlscountel (including $140.05 ove rdmft ) ...... ... .... 342,182.07
Ba nk premises owned None, furniture and flx t ur s $2,467.53 .. 2,457.53
TOTAL ASSETS . ... .... : .. .. ....... . ... . . . . ....... . .. . 2.0.65,422.70
LIABILITIES
Demand deposits of individuals, pa..rtnershlps', and corpora110ns 1,433,937.47
Time d eposits of individuals, partnerships, and corpora.tions .. ,161,004.28
Deposits of United states (including P,o tal s a vings) 29,550.42
Deposits of States a n,d pol1.tical subdivision ....... .. , ... , . , .. 258, 000.91
Ot her . (oertifIed and cashIer's c;:.Ihook.s, etc.) . ..... . .....
TOotal Deposits ..... , ........... $1,882, 557.25
Oth er lIab1liities ........... , . ...................... .. .. . ... ,..... 6,929.63
TOTAL LIAtBILI'l'IES .......... . ... .... .... . ........ . . 1,889,486: 79
. . CAPITAL ACCOUNTS
ommon stDck, t Dtal par ,75,000,06 ... .... ......... 75,000. 00
.,. I ' r
oUI'}i 'Us .. : ' .. . 75, 000.00,
Undivi ded prDf i ts ................ 1 ' . ' 20,310. 23
Reserves (and retirement account for preferred stock) Unallocated.
TOTAL CAPITAL AC-COUNTS .... . ......... .. .. 175,936:96
TOTAL LIABILl[TIES AND 'CAPITAL ACCOUNTS .. ' ," , 2,06&, 422. 75
MEMORANDA .
Assetts pledg'ed Dr as!;;ignell to BeiCure llabU1Ues and {or Dbher
. pu,:,poses ..... . ..... . . . 10 t. 99,931. 25
State Df Ohio., County of Warren, ss: .
. . " .
I RDSS lEI. Hartsock, Presidenlt of the a:bDve-na.med !bank, do solemnly
swear thM the albov4a statement is Itrue to. the. tbest of my knowledg& and
belief.
, . ROSS H. HARTSOCK, President
Sworn Ito. and subsci:1bed be:t-ore me this 14th day ' of July, 1948.
\ L . . H: GORDON, Notary Public.

J., WaterhDuse
Everett Early _
HDward Surface
Directors
THE MIAMI GAZETTE
WAYNESVILLE, OHIO
THURSDAY, J U L Y
PAGE 8
No. 4378
22, 1948
' FDr You To Feci
24 hours every day, 7 days ev ry
weck. n ver stopping, the kidnoys filter
wast.e matter Irom t he blooe:!.
H more people were aware of how the
must remove sur-
fl uid, excess aCIds and othor wlUta
matter that eannot stay in the blood
wi t hout injury to health, there would
. be .better und rstanding .of tDhfl the
,whole system Is upsct when kidneys fall
to function properly. .
Burni ng. s canty or too frequent urina-
Ion lio'metimes warns that aomethlnl
is wrong. You mny suitor nugglng back-
a -ho. headaches. diuinetl8, .. tt.
," ni ne. getting up at nl,bts. swelhn,.
"' Why not try DOG"" Pill., YOll wW
lie usin, a medtcine recommended tbe
, count rY over. DOG"" stimulate the funo-
tlon ot the kidneys and help them to
flush out poisonoUi waste from the
blood. They contain Ilothlnl harmful.
Get OOG1I. today. U .. with con6denoe.
At all drull stores. ' '
,NORR'18 BROCK COMPANY
Cincinnati Union Stock Yard.
Livo Wi,.. and ProGr ivt. An
oraanization Hoond to none.
8triottv lIer. on the beat
all aroouncl market In . the
oountry.
SERVICE THAT SATlaFIE4S
WHlO 12: 10 E. S. T. ,
Dial 1300. WLW ClDclnaaU
12: 40. Dla.I '700. for. 0uI" Da.11y
lMarket RepOl':l..
100 PER CENT . '
FARlER OWNED
LOUDEN
STALLS
Mr . . and Mrs. , Raymond
. Stomp and son of Miam;lsburg,
Mr. and Mrs ... C. H. HarbisOR For
and son Mr. Harold Tay-
STANCHIONS
WATER BOWLS .,
STEEL WINDOWS
LITTER CARR'IERS
. ,.,.
FEED CARTS
. .
On display our store.
Jnunedillte Dc!iven'
BANTA IMPLEMENT CO.
Lebanon, Otuo
. lor of Dayton, Miss Geraldine . Greater Safety of Farm Owner.
.Breidenbflugh of Dayton, Mr. ship ,
Carl of Bellbrook, Mr .. . Finance wjth a Laad Bank Loan'
Paul Harley of Dayton, . Mrs. LONG TERMS
Doris Kennedy , and .daug4ter, .
Miss Irma' Fires, and Mr. Robert '.. l LOW INTEREST
Meredith were picnic supper REPAYMENT 'PRMI.EGEs
tY
ests
of Mr. and Louis LOAN
Fires on Sunday eventng'. The ' R 5 Old Baak ...
supper honored the birthday an- oom. . D..... '
niversaries of Mrs. : Stomp ' and I 11 S. BroadWay
Mr. Fir.es. , I,DAtiON, OHIO Phone 488
H. ' Sturm, Sec'rTreu. .
IN CASE OF FIRE, 2221 LEBANON NATIONAL FARM
:, . .
coW's $11'00; HORSES '9;00; 11005$3;00 cwt.
AlCCORDING TO SIZE AND CONDnl0R .
- ""(1
:.1
Xeaia o.
.
. S J A :' R.wane
Char ...
Fertilizer
E. G. Buchsieb, Inc.
5AND uad ORA VEL
BLACK-TOP DRIVEl
TAR _ 'ROAD On.'
LAWN aDd FlU.. DIRT
READY-MIX CONCRETE
EXCAVATING 'and DUMP .TRUCK SERVICE
I ,
It Says
Here -
,By Smitty
The Miami
G.l\ZETTE
SERVING WAYNESVILLE SINCE 1850 Th . tii i thing b tter in
19 than in '[948,
I n th fr nt I ag-e of the Uo, 4379 ,
FIVE CENTS A COpy
Ul l ) . 5, 1932"
there I a story whi h \-\'as r _ ---,--- --____________ , _____ '
p ... ate i, with variation, on the
pa t w ek nd of Jul y 24, ' 48.
But the outcome was diff rent
this timet, '
The from 1932, written
Selectors Chosen
For ,Draft Board
' Water Board Draws
'Crowd' --- 6 Attend
!\,it.h a wry humor that makes Thomas J, Herbert today
It reports that "Village named a three-me,mber re-
, Marshal and ' Township Cons. d' t "in an unusual burst of civic
table C, p, Joy received a hurry. commen tn2' tee In. each inter-est in Waynesville, si bus-
II t C
' kiTh Of Ohio' s 88 counti'es to nomin- inessman ' attended
up ca 0 rosswlc ast urs. ate ,members of local selective
Waynesville's Locker Plant '
Has Its First Birthday 1
The Waynesville, Locker
day afternoon It eems
' th' at night's meetinlY of the Board of
. ,s service boards which will con- ...
(name deleteq to save embarr- the registration of 18 to 26 Public Affairs to ways Go' od
assmt:nt .at, thiS late date) had year-old youths beginning Aug- Of h the village to
Imblbmg, too freely of f9r,. ust 30 and ending Sept '1 8 They asked if the pipes from That this plant], incorporated
Plant is one year old this week
but did you know- '
bidden beverages and had been " the town's new wells could not FOR' YOUR POCKETBOOK under the law or the state of
terrorizing' the entire neighbor- , The recorrunending com. ' be run along Route 42, to ser- Ohio, was built and ' is entirely
The officer placed the itfee appointed by \ Governor ve possible new homes all cng Waynesville m'erchants ,and by folks living within
man under arrest and brought Herbert for Warren county con- the highway, instead of cutting- the public in general will be r "- serVice range? Farmers,' busi.
hif!1. to, the village ,prison to re- ,sists of ,)4lton F. , Brown, Pre- across coun ry to join the pre- ness men, an,d friend's have seen'
gam hiS ,senses. sidin
t
Commo.n Pleas ' Judge; sent four-inch water main! on li eved of the most annoyin,g their hopes come true, and their.
R I H C
D b t J d Water Street, The wells are a part of the OHio sales 'tax trustees 'are able '10 report a
' "Friday morning, (_) was a p , arey,} ro a e u g!!, next week when all one-cent t d "
arraigned before SqUIre Walter and Gardner H, Townsley, edlt- short distan'ce north of Waynes- tax collections ' are abolished. s ea )' fam m business during
Kenrick, charged Wltlt drunken- or o.f the Western Star. ville, oetween Route 42 and. the Ais soon as Governor Herbert the pas Io
ear
with a prom'isinl
d d
d l ' d t ' rivet. The board decided this Senate BI'11 No.' 364, pass- outlook or the year ahead."
ness an Isor er y con uc, At the same time, Major would not be feasible. '
and, a fine of $50 and costs was General C. W. Goble, state Discussion also centeredl on e July 23 at a special legisla- Th.i
s
plant was bunt fo1 '
assessed, Unable to paylthe was of Selective Service, th 'bTt f th d ture seSSion, the sales tax will pernut the owners to 'inee1I
, taken to Leban' ,on, were he d th t 1 ' e POSSI i I Y 0 a nor war start ' at 41, cents , instead o'f, the . awpens'lv"
'II annqunce a 127 ocal extens'on of the corporaltion t 9 ts Hid b Id h L- ,.
WI remain an involunlary boards will admjnister the 1948 '0 this area, which was presen cen. e s expeete UI mg. e locfi.er roolll
(uest for many , days at the Selectivt! Service Att as' com- d d ft t Ik to, Sign it August t to simplify contains 791 lockers and ..
Hotel f.ulkerth, leaving his wife pared with 330 in World roppe a er some a a year changes in bookkeeping. . held at zero automatically"
lnd three small children with- War n. ' ag%he board decided two new The Ohio Newspaper Assoc- Within this rOOm is established:
lut his care and support. homes at the upper end of High iation briefly outlines the new a quick.freeze cabinet with
., The ottlcer tells , us that in 1898 Gazettes st. would have to provide septic la follow.s: , . terperature held 10 to 20; .-
$pite of the havQc he had tanks, because the board cannot e act ehmlllates the e 0"[f through whiCh all pro ...
wrought, no witness or victim To D _ Q 0' ted . get m;lterials or funds to extend tax of , 1 cent heretofore leVied foo4 m:ust pass befora ,
of his was to p're- ,iUtt! U the ,sewer to on sales 9 ,to \ It IS, III the lockers. ,
'
fer a ,specific charge ag,a,lllst " On page 7 weet., the Mlayor H a r r y Sherwood , ,cedntts. Tkhe vend,or ISdnotfrequllr , - , I,resn b,eef, or pork
.(. , ).: ted. UI brought up, the .fact that last e . , 0 eep s 0 sa es IS received at a Side' entrance,
, the 'had QUiete.d,"1o:r
v
ini ru b ... September-it was vofeko' have -'ll;lder 4.t , not be . '''' ,' !* I)
be arrested only on the new ea re,. esl5ue to flng a door cut 'in the power 1SSeSS
b
h,fO salts ' ' - 'e
h f d k 'th t back memortes to the plant walt so that the villtag'e ' , ecause e. l,al s t9 keep suc M_" , Staal ' m
arge, 0 run enness Wl ou, timers and tickle'the funny bone truck could be kept in ttie records. aL 8y ft,. '
the sworn of of the younger :generation: Each . building. This has never been l,t, , a .vendGf does not have . '
ont hac.t Witnessed hls quotatlons from the done, and garage rent is stm ' adequate recprds of 1- It'' C t t
ac Ions. __ ' _ Miamj Gazette of fifty years being' paid for the truck 41 cents, 1fD.,...--g-: ! 00 es
That happened' 1932 N f.;.. fOl:e wilt be published, exactl'y as , _ . mav make a test check oJ hiS . ' ,
III ., 0"C: , written by Mr. and Mrs. Thom3rs - sales under 41 during, a ,Mrs. Howard .Stanley won
that the defendant, was pun_shed J. BroWll, then publishers of MORE WARREN COUlfIY representative period, and from year's subSCription offered
despite the lack of a ' the paper. . .... ROADS TO ,REPAVE:D that check 'may determine the to the person who identified
witness. ' In 18(}8 the United States , proper proJPodion tha.t the most of the unlabeled pictures,
But . the '1948 ' case ended was at 'w,ar ", with Spain from , funds vendor' s sales under 41 cents in the Miami Gazette's files,
with the prisoner p:oing scot- February : till JUly and with Allade available to the OhIO De- bear t(!) the vendor's total sales. printed two weeks
free after onlv' a mght in jail. PHilippine rebels from( Septem- partment of Highways have Sales from 41 c,ents through She 15 of the 19 per.
, AS' in the ' above case, a Qrunken ber of '9,8 till ' 1901., In permitted the expansion of th,e 70 cents are still taxed at 2 sons shown in the picture page.
m'an was. t.errorizlng a neighbor. Pierre and Marie Curie Departm.ent's surface cents; sales fr.om 71 , cents Altegether, all but one of the
hood - - reportedly with' a .knife ered radium and the of program, to,J Arthur through $L08 are stilITaxed,at people were , named by afleast
which he no longer PQssessed ,Augtro-Hungary was DiVision Deputy. ' 3 cents. Tax rates on, sales a- ope entrant in the contest. The ,
when frisked by Mr. Joy. A ma'n ed, What happened in Waynes- Director of Division No.8 in boye $1.08 reni,ain , 'One ' who remained . unnamed
was foupd to a warrant, ville and vicmity in this period Middletown. Vendors' discount on tax ' was the center man in the tri-
and M'r. J.(}y made the is what this column wUI bring, I,q " considering the two year stamps purchased remains' at ' 3 pie photo in the top row, '
B4t on am tOldt;,the to you. .:A. 1947.'19.48., tllis-mleans per cent. ' FIve of the picture's turned
witness withdrew . his charges that by the end of the year, the out to ' be of Rox,anna' Canning
and the prisoner Wrui freed. Sa. J,L- 'R'ellle'ID State 'Hignway Department will GRANGERS,', WIU. HOLD , Co. w.orkers, a fact which
" , DD hid 1,; ' rf' stumped a number of Waynes
During' Hie' scuffle leaamg to ave camp ete tue resu acang PICNIC ON AUG. 7 ville people who have ' had '
the aD'es.t, Mr. Jois shirt w.as The descendaqts of Daniel of % of the little contact with the caUhc:ry
liberally spotted with the prison. St. John held their "annual re bl,gh,ways m, Warren On. Saturday evening, August in (Arwin. ' " ",I
er's blQQd -- flowing . tiecause union at the home , .. of Mr. and , ,ty of the 41.00 miles 7, at 6 Farmers' Gtange No. The identifkations establish: '
. the man bad "pushed his hand. Mrs. Glenn Bland and daugh . prevIously reported. Contracts 13 will hold its annual picnic at ed by the entrants make the fol-
, ,throu,h a window in his home. . . A. utilizing' the additional funds the Harry Smith Patk. The seem, 'definite,:
Severil ' weeks ago, ' 's(])me dmner was served 10' the ,base- already been, solq and delicious supper will be prepared Left to Right: first row: Bishop'
local boys esCaped punishment 'ment and a short prograll1\ and Warren County reslde{1ts may and sold by the Grange HolDe Henry HODson at, the Episcopal
for reckless driving and speed- reunion were' enjoye(J on the expect' many more miles of saf. Ec.onomics Comm,ittee, and aU diocese of Southern Ohio,; Jack
ing. , One, ,of them lost a laWn. , ' ,er, smoother roads in the next proceeds will go to the Student \'.'Ills. comp'lnY
1
Paul
on a tan but ' L: C. -St. -'" rettred as few months. Loan Fund.. ' . , TUl1)er; the unidentifiea man
none of th,emwould "accuse" . preSident' and WllI C. Sf. John ' , , ' 'and Willie Dunn, aU , of
the So they were not was as new president D . t. Will' B R d " T, . d .' Keelor Accounting Service in
, ar.rested. _ ' for . -, ,n,' , e ea J OD" ,'lUes aVo Lebanon; Leo Freeze, canning
I ,': compaoYj Harold RiSinger. '
Has everybody the , power to ' /J; " '" F 'All Local t" ' , " 'Kiddi ' ' En ," . . Seconu row' Silas Snyder' ,a
except the police ' ' 1:.1. ' , ' or ' , ", " .lute ' 'e, . tries '" soldjer named Shaw, whose first
r .,r,j ., " nat.1e is eharles
Suppose we had a murder , Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Rambv ' " ' school' , superintendent "
here. Would .. the victim have' to are announcing the birth of a ' The photographic I studios especially anxious for everyone 30 01" In ore "year; ago; lL
\ign a warrant before anyone Ellen" at 'Miami , who recently took pictures Of , concerned tp be On hand ,to' ex- C. , Moler; Mrs. of
be arr:ested? , Valfe'y Hospital Qn,JuIY 22. Mrs. many local cltildren for pub1ica. press thei( of' the . the . ,ompany.
Police officers don't need " Ramby and daughter' have re,- tion in the Miami 'Gazette have pose to be used ' for,publication rrhtrd ro .v: "{r-s. tin-
,warrants to m'ake arrests if , to their borne on Fourth the prpofs, ready. They' will be or, as the case may be, tbe one Miss l!Dia, .
see evidence that a law has been Street. ' on hand for 'selection by the they wish made into personal Ruth Burnet, both nurses at
Violated.. They don't have ' to (} parents, ,at Waynesville This,. parents ,in'ay, do Miami , ,valley , H9,p.ital; ,
, see the ,rime itself. If YOll don't \ NDERWOOD REUNION Hall ,Tuesday August .1 , from entirel
v
of their own choostDg, Jean Baker; Ervin ' Ll!wtsj Mrs,
it, through a munici- ' The Underwood families held 1 p. m, to 2' p. m. for it is emphasized again that Irene' Burden df the canning
pal court session in almost anY their annual reunion at Wayne W 'I th t d' h d th' bI' t, company. . .
city or town. You'll find police- Park on Sunday. About fifty hI e e s U 10 as ma e ere IS no olga Ion m con The bottom pHoto was Max
men a good deal of the friends and relatbes enjoyed every effort to notify nection with this newspaper ' Votaw of I Roxanna
testifying against defendants. basket dinner. by mail, the Miami feature. official.
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The Miami Gazette
EST' ASLISHED 1150
Whoooosh ....
himself and it is his fifth racer.
He cut parts from sheet metal,
obta.in (.1 an Offenhauser y-s
WAYNESVILLE, OHIO No. 437'
THURSDAY, ' J I:J L Y 29, 1948
Published Every Thursday
At Waynesvi(le, Ohio
Ellis Special
engine and ot her and
as "emlJl ed them to make the '
trim looking maroon speed ter,
which ha done the quarter mile
in : I ond_ an i the half in
fl at.
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CARL. . G, SMITH. Ed.itor .
Entered as secona Class matter at the Post Office
SUBSCRIPTION RATE:
$ .50 a Year ) n Advance '
Events Coming Up I
(Ta have events listed in this calendar, notify The Miami Gazette
"It's a wonderful race, ladie
and gentlemen. Now th'e cars
are c ming 'down to the wir .
It looks like' a photo fini h (H
an oil paintin,g-. .And there goe
the winner, not Biedelbaum, but
No. 57, driven by 'Peewee
Schoonover of Waynesville, anj
owned by 'Tootie' Ellis, for-
merly of the same town."
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before 4 p. m. Tuesdays.) . '
SUNDAY, MIG!
Go to church I
Exhibition Softball, Legion vs Lebanon AIrStars 8 :30 p. m.
MONDAY, AUG.2
Town Counci l, 7:30 p. m.
School B.oard meeting, 8 p. m.
Boy Scout Troop 40 at 7;15 p. In. .
Softball, Bellbrook vs Fairley's .8: 15 p. m.
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A. win ' for Eldon "Tootie"
Ellis and Carl "Peewee" Sch-'
oonover is not uncommon fo r
'with fifteen years' experience,
. the two midget auto enthusiasts
.know just what it takes to have
that checkered winner's
'waved at them. At every traCK
where the two have raced the
Ellis Special, No.5 7, "Peewee"
and "Tootie" have come home
with some share of the prize
'Peewee has been racing for
"Tootie" for orne time now,
and th two make the circuit
of all the dirt and black-top
tra k in thi area. They cover
the Tri-State Circuit, which
includes sd h tracks as Zanes-
ville, Logan, and Pomeroy' the
Buckeye Association; Winches-
ter, Plain City and Dayton and
the Indiana Circuit-Lawrence-
burg and Richmond.
"Tootie" has beet:l emploYed
at Fairley's Hardware for the
last eight years aIild recently
moved to Lebanon
Waynesville. "Peewee" works
,at the Roxanna Cannery and
lives on the Road.
No. 57 in Proctorville, "Ind., on
a dirt track, ' and in Oayton on
a black-top ring next Wednes-
day.
Lytle School Board
met at the Church at 4:3 p SU!l-
day afternoon. Mam dIS -
cussion was to.orgamze a V'ounv
Married ,Couples Class. _
Plans also wenf forward for
a contest beginni'Ol,! Sept. 1 st
and ending with Rallv Day
Oct. 10th.
WEDNESDAY, AUG ,
Softball, Legion vs Miller's, 8: t 5 p. qt.
TIiURSDM", AUG. 5
Valley Vs Kier's, 8 :15 p. m.
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. MEnlODIST CHURCH
R.B. Coteman, Minister
Olurch school 9 :30 a.m:
J. J. Burske" Supt. ,
- Dr. Emma Holloway left for
Richmond, Ind., on Satl:lr?ay to
attend \he golden weddmg of
het friends ' Mr. and M'rs.
ence Thomas.
. .'. Worship service 10:30 a.m.
Youth Fellowship Mrs, Vaehp,a Owens and two
. - children, Winnie Jo arid Stevie
ST.. MARY'S EPISCOPAL spent Slij1day _nd Monday with
Samuel N. 'Keys, Minister Mrs. Owens Mrs. Lu ..
Morning' Prayer 10:30 cile Armitage . . ,
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FRIENDS . , Mrs. Evalyn Peterson left the
__ -First . Day SchooL. 9:30- a.lt1. Home It Saturday to live with
Meetinsr for Worship her sisters Mrs., Alice Telfuir
10:30 a.m. and Miss Hannah Greene in Wit-
WAYNESVILLE . mington 0. , ... ..
aruRm OF CHRIST Misses Elizabeth Chandler,
M. H. Coffey, Minister Minnie Dodsbn, Olive Williams,
Bible .School. 9 :30 a.m. Mrs. Ella Dakin and grand-
Mornmg Wors,hlp 10.:30 A. M. 'daughter Miss Janice Dakin' of
Young People s . ' Corpus :, Te.x., , spent
7.15 P. M. Thursday afternoon m Davton
Evenin{!, Seryice 8 P. M. and saw' the "Easter Parade
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Me.HsOcJLarfYf, ,..... M iss Donald Herrington of
West Nyack, N. Y. was the '
Sunda"y School 9:30 a.m. gues:t this week 01 Misses Ruth
, E.A. Earnhart, Supt. and Elizabeth Chandler. On
WOrship Service to'30 a.m '( uesday. and Wednesday ac-
..;veoing Service 7:30' p.m. by -Miss. Gertrude'
Chandler had a delightful ,
trip to Bardstown-and
Ky, visiting the Linco,ln
Home" and other places of
Memorial, Old Kentucky
toric interest.
ST. AUGUSTINE
father .Krumholtz, Priest . A
Masses s-and 10 .M.
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cAEsARs CREEK
Rev. David Stanfield, MInIster '
Worship Service 9 :45, a.m.
Sunday School 10:45 a.m.
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.sunday School ' 9':30 a.m.
. Mrs. Jimes Garrison, ' Supt.
Preaching 1st and 3rd Sundays
: each month ' 10:30 a.m.
Evening Services 7 :30p.m.
, Fmuty' CHURCH OF CHRIST
BllOD Carver, Minister I
, Bible School . 9 :30 a,m.
MornIng" Worship 10 :30 a.m.
Prayer 7 :00 p.m.
Young People s' Meeting
. .' Z :00 p.m.
ening Services 7 0 p m.
LYTLE MEiHOOIST,. "
, M' M . t
Dr. Josel' h ye'rs, lOIS er '
S1lndav S hool 9 :30 a.m.
Mrs. LUll Saylor, Supt ..
Worship ervice 10 :30 a.m.
" Dr. Dudley Keever ,
ville and son, Edwa,d Keever
of Dayton were dinner ' guests
on Sunday at the Home. .
Mr. and Charley Blowers
and infant son, Ray Edwards, of
Shiloh, O. ,allled on Misses
Marne and Annie Brown ',on Sat.
,urda.v afternoon. . '
, 'MISS Janice Daktn of Corpus
Chr.isti" visited 'her
,mother, Mrs. Ella pakin, on
Wednesday and Thursday.
Dr. and Mrs. Gale Russum,
Mr. arid Mr. Robert Kersey
an children, and Miss Margaret
Ru. sum of Dayton, . and
Mrs', \ ' it on Edwards and Mrs.
G. W. am! children of
pringfield . visited with their
aunt, Miss Margaret Edwards
'- unda - afternoon.
Mrs ... chmidt and daughter
Mrs. Hough of 'vVjlmiTigton
called on Miss JeSsie Garner
Sunday afternoon. '
money. , ,
No. '5 7 was b1l1ilt by "Tootie"
This Sunday, they will ' race
ICE CREAM - VARIED FLAVORS
LUNCH MEATS
SOFT DRINKS
MARSHMALLows'
Lacy's, QUality Market
WHE11if.R YOU BUY , IT OR NOT
CHICAGO PAINTS:
HOUSE PAINT . $5.20
Per Gallon
BRIGHT RED' BARN
PAINT $2.40 '
HEAVY BODIED RED $2.50-;
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CHlEIF' WHITE $.3.50
CHIEF BARN $3.35
ROO ... pAINT: OLIVE GREEN
, AsPHALT
$3.85.
In. fact, you PAY MORE
when you do not bOy quality.
You may -think that because the
.
"Price Per Gallon" is ..tess, you
,
will spend less -. ' - BUT ...
A! gallon of cheap paint
, . '
ers only 225 square feet with
quality paint two coats on
500 square feet. And cheap
paint i$ tvio years while
' quality 'lasts four to fiv:e
years.
Fresh Pailt Preserves!
W. H. MADDEN & CO.
PHONE 2281
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WAYN,ESVILLE, OHIO -No. 4379
JULY ' 29, 1948 '
Locker Plant -. . e
(Oontanued from Paae 1)
where it is hoi ted electricallv
to the' tra -k for and
then pu hed into .the chill room,
to b held in a temperature of
38 to, 40 degrees for 12 to '16
hours. After thorough chilling
all meat excel t ork i pu hed
into an tl r r om for aging
and held at lea t day or long-'
er if desired by the patron. ThIs
room is equipped w'ith Westing-
house Sterilamps which purify
the air and prevent mold and
bacteria growth. The tempera-
ture is kept do e to 40 degrees.
Pork is not aged but handfed as
speediI , a possible a.fter
thorough cooling in rooms
s'pecially prepared for proper
tem,perature wh il,e the pork i
taking the cure. All hams and
shoulders ,are given a cure y
In.i ecting' a curin ' olut ion with
a special pump at a pressure of ,
,. 0 pound , p r sq uare inch.
A'fter sufficient time for ef-
fective curing, all piece Tequir-
ed to be- n eked are transferTed
t(1 a rrH' L. rn sinoking cabinet
wl'f' ,,, i ' ':;',1 er; ture i autcmrat-
icall y )1111' 01 el, and given an
Id-f;! , hion d I (d smoke 10
r : - "' rt! , ,. and k ' ping
q ;. r:y, Tl' .' n the are 1akcn \.0
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I' m and r ,Inr d .....
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Lard" r ... n e. e I b I a '3! e m '
jack (/p" n k .. .tIe i c' ';f: -
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PELIVERY DAYS
TUES.-nruRS.-SA T.
Deli very pay Each W (.' ( k
STOKES DAIRY,,'
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Frank Sibcy
,1tepreeeatative
A1JCTIONEERING
STANLEY an,d KOOGLER
B'ROK ERS L,CE'N8E
For Oai.L Wayn .. vllle.
Ohio. Rever Char" ..
SMITH ELECTRIC
For that extra Receptacle
' Or Anything ' Electrical
arate room wif ! '!n exhau t fan
So tha ; .n odor of o'of fat
ev r 'an I' a'il other meat)
poultry or v tables.
POULTRY FACILITIES
Poultr'y j dr e:i and d
with cO)'d wat r in tl e, bas Tn nt,
whicb again i cI o 'ed off from
all otiter J art of the bui ldinll' so
no odor reach the pro
. room. TQ liver poultry t e
dr'e ed, the patron can ba .k hi
car or tru,ck dir ctly to th do r
or into the rOOln to transfer hi
, poultry t coops kept for that
purpo ' e.
All eq.uipment throughout
the plant is of the late t tYI '
and design ma :e , nati nail '
known manufadu rs.,
Complete inK rvicc.,
are rendered to local farmers,
restaurant anq a"nycnc who can
use them. At rCs_nt th ' r ie'
includes coolin;>', t! ging, C
. wrapp'ng ar, I L'cc=;n,g' a. I me ts
and storing them in at,on'
locker. Dr ann c
p , lt ry i /, 10 N?!. r i" Ri ')
d
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Gr;e, as '5 't' !::;." :: .. c-
Tl:.J 1'"l t ' I: 1. :.
til ' f wI ir, :, j :. "J' G I' l .. k'" i,
hom'" to i t. , Lurmg anll
mok II
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1ar a' a: \) :1' ,-
sr i e 1' 1 ete I. ' r "
1aole ar , quick-tro7.en and
st<D red in locker" but are pre-
ared and placed in containers
at home. Omtainers for that
purpose are kept on' hand 'foT
sale. ' .
f3ccf, . Iamb and poultry can
be kept for a year or longer
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IN CASE OF FIRE, -DIAL 2222
but exp rts in tl i frozen food
indu try In 1st th at pork' i".o uld
not b k pt , lHore than six
months f I' best, re ult .
SA VES LIVING CO"'STS
tati ti in t l1l: National
Mit IYcll ,ne show t ll a t
family of four, an av up t
$13u er .H h , u-in r a locker
a t=I r ' : t 16 a y ar,' by
bu in r f rum f rmers 'sav $2 ...
per .car. If ,ou produ e 'i t
a r t he savin will be
- 11 what reater.
' h b il is heated and
hut " :V ater is lurni hed by an
oi l- burning f. urna e which
" .mi ate dirt, at n a' he
. 'I' undt.. irabl' in any food
or ra Lun,
SAFETY MEASURES
' j h lJ al !'C ,n ' afet.Y has been
t k C.lI lJ by a safety-dooI
i:l tI, - .. 1: 2 rr a 1 which can
- .:::c I f, "m :n ide .
: u . L,on 10 the ewor, a
)1' " -huH (In l'>y the door will
','I ,. I (! ',_ thai can reach
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J u. I. f ' lj VI ..:!c.i. h anyone
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i_.. . , .. , I I .... 'Il iii . th w rk
'j ne I ere. 'Th plant will be
k. pt up- to-date; 1mprovements
add d and' ervice r ndered at
lowest price consist.' 'J: with
ood bu 'ness.
. Bill StanSberry spent Sunday
and Monday with , his bTother
and sisteT'-in-law, Mr. and Mrs.
Melvin Stansberry.

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'GAS-OIL-:-LUBRICA TION
Good line ' of parts 'and.
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House - Barn - ' Outb\4iMingl, U. S. Royal Tares
, Call Saltt)'
Open 7 Days a , Week
- 7 A. M. to 11 ' P. M.
JJ,
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Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Edgington
and son of ' \.Vaynesville, is en-
arVe'ld urg joying a va ation in the East
. Mr. and Mr , Jam s Park and
Mr. and Mrs. Cl:iarle - wi nd- , dauR'ht r of Cin innati were
I r left M nday for a va ation 'l nda v evenin,g' ,guests of Mrs.
trip in the Northwes ern tates. ark' parer ! , Mr. and Mr? H.
While in Montana lhe ' ' it
Mrs. , indl I' hr th .r and i - . ':1" i' r mains ill
ter-in-Iav "Mr. ani Mr" , t r !' I
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a, r . M . an 1 Mr. G COOK.
Auzw ad Martin p 11 : ., '.: ,.: ,, ' }11i1 an M'l , \fid Mrs.
urda\' an Ll n<1av wit' his J.l hn Be l ..... tt, Sr.., " I son of
,gran j r ar nts, Mr. apti Mr , :, ll killl Tatu n I I "I!nir.g
Arthur M,artin of , At '\it 1dtia, t f l 4 Ben
0 : . an II'. "
Ky.
Mrs. Ali ce' Urton a Dr an I Gar,' m Minson
guest Sunday afternoon, Mr . "f wer ur
Nellie ayers and Roy Sa. er of 0' 1 :.. ;,1:- )f It: r M unSl :1' arents,
Wil mington. ' k If. and )\\1'.:'1" J () hn .
Rev. Arthur spent Monday in M r" an.i :\ , r . aut Kni,e:ht
, the vIHage visiting- memb rs of and son of Dayton were week-
the Church. end hous gue t of Mr.,' Mc-
Mr. and Mrs. Vivan Frye and ' Knight' mother, Mr.:: . Myrtle"
famil y were weekend Ri hard, on, who
guests of Mr. Frye's parents, has been ri busly ill the past
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Frye at f
. their home near HillsboTo. ' we k, has g ne to tile ,home 0
her d u}:b r near yton.
Miss Evelyn Wilson of Day- , Mrs. GeorO' e Wat rhouse of
t n was the weekend house- Wayn svill . ent Sunday after-
guest of her parents, Mr. and noon with Mr . Lolli t Fite and
Mrs. ,Ernest Wilson, Sr., and Mi Jane Fite.
fam:ily. \. Initi'ation ervlC were pre-
Mr. and Mrs. HUJ{h S. Vance sented ' at t he Mas ni c Tl!mple
attended funeral services in Wil- (-riday -eyening- faT three new
mington, Tuesday for Mr. membeTs.
Vance's mother, Mrs. Laura Mrs Ida Collin-
died at the Probasco Tuesday from a few day's visit
Home, Sunda " ' with her son-in-law and daugh-
Mrs. Sadie Reason in com 1er" M.r. , and, Mr. terlmg lngils
panv with her grandchildren, ' and , )115 , of Greenfield.

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WE WRAP, AND
FREEZE THEM or SELL
, THEM FOR IMMEDIATE
EATING.
Waynesville Locker ' Plant'
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PHONE 2423 Wa,.iesville 2704 . - , WAYNtsVlLLE, OHIO PHONE 31,71

FOOT OF MIAMI ST.
T p BUJ, Sell, Trade
Rent, Burrow, USE
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Mr. and Mr . John J. Bur k ,
Mrs. Ada Courtney and Mr. an
Mrs. John Fromm att nd d an
East rn tar picnic at the home
of Mr. Lucil teritz, 0 put.
Grand Matron, near .Lyn ll bur '.
Mi Mary Loui Connolly,
Wi lli am Fa and Mr . McTag.
g rt of Da y. t n wer unda. I
:tflernJ n (rl c ' t ' of Mr. and
ML. Lutlr r Harts k and . n .
Mr. H, H. Willi am on :md
Mi - Gra" \ Vi ll iam 11 ,
, th r wiih Mr. and Mr ' . Ira O.
I n' wn ar: j n. , ::t rt.: I. "
til foll owing on tmday : Mr.
and Mr. Harold .Will iam' en
and dau ht r, Mr . Ethel Hauk,
Mrs, Ed O' <;l r .. 11 rk nd dauO' hter
and Mrs. McKay, all of
.: Dayton, and Mr. and Mrs. R. J.
Mi. and Mr , Earl Conner Willi l11,Sonl of Lak wood
and son were Thursd'a'y dinner hi . J "
guests of Mr. and Mrs. Leo Con-
ner and .
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Hast ing-
and son had as Suriday dinner
guest ' Mr. and Mrs. Bernard
Foley and Mrs. C. A. H izar of
Lebanon..
Mr. and Mrs. Lester j. Prether
.and famil
v
of Dayton are now
occupying the former Burnet
brothers home on 'Lyne -.Road.
y
Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Fromm
were guests of Mr. and Mrs.
Charl es B. Earnhart on Satur-
day ev,ening in Trotwood, when
il1cy entertained with a faml1 y
picnic dinner honoring the
birthday of their Father, Frank
nyder, of Springfield.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Ellis
are, spending the week at the'
Decker cottage at Chautaqua.
NOW
AT HAMILTON, OHIO
YOU CAN BUY
A NEW 21-FOOl', 2-DOOR
. Cozy' Home
I r .
FOR $475.00 DOWN
BALANCE $i2.00 PER WEEK
COMPLETE WITH ELECTRIC REFRIGERATOR
BOTnED GAS OVEN RANGE

"1ate New
$325.00 DOWN, BALANCE $8.,00 . A WEEK
'NeMT' Alltla .
, AIL ALUMINUM ,
$550.00 DOWN, BALANcE $12.75 A WEEK
,Eaton's Motel and Trailer Sales
CORNER LINCOtN AND DIXIE HIGHWAIY
HAMILTON, OHIO
LENNOX., Heating Equipment
.t,. , ' . ,
RAY'MORGAN

Sheet Metal Shop
MAIN .T. caO 011 P"STOF"ICE

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Mr. and Ray Kl ontz Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Earnhart
and children left on unday and Alton Earnhar t w r un-
THE MIAMI GAZETTE PA3E 4
WAYNESVILLE, OHIO No. 4379
or Bestaburg., Michigan where day afternoon gue t ,of M r.
the wi ll t v 0 \ eek at the and Mr . Karl 8abb, n ar Pai !) t-
Chri ti an ervice, Camp. . ervi ll e.
'THURSDAY, J U L Y 2.9, ' 1948 '
Mr. and Mr . Alva Ludingt n
and on, John Ludin,gton, at-
tended ' the bacc:al aureat ser- ..
vice f or Parker Hig-h chool at
We tmin ter Presby1erian
Church in Dayton on Sunday
evening. .
Mr. and , Mrs. Z. L. Mos,C'f v
ha ve sold the 'I H i1Itop .Cabins"
to Mr. and Mrs. Clyde W. Mead
of Troy who have taken charge.
Mr. and Mrs. Mosely have mov-
ed to Lebanon where Mr. MoselY
has entered the insurance busi-
ness.
Virgil, Isaacs, P. A. Runyan and
Raymond Bailey have returned
fromt' a .fish ing tri'p ip Canada.
6:00 x .,6 FIRESTONE
TIRES $'13.95
(plus t:llx )
ALSO FULL LINE OF
FIRESTONE PRODUCTS
BATTERiES
TEXACO
6. MAIN PHONE :t354
W.AYNESVILLE. OHIO
. Mrs. A:rthur Gambs and
daughter of Cinci nnati were
unday aft ernoon guests of Mr.
'and Mrs. W. O. Raper.
Mor than 8'0 ' r ,: 'ent .of
1947 autom hi l e aC'iLicn t in
t h L'ni+' 1 : 'urr I in
cl ea r weather. Dri ve areful1y
- al way!

FURNISHINGS
For Sale
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FRIGIDAIRE, post-war mQdel.
KITCHEN CABINET
NO-SMOKE HEATING STOVE
DAVENPORT-BED
3 CHEST OF DRAWERS
WARDROBE Wifh door mirrors
CEDAR CHEST
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, 5 LINOLEUM RUGS
VARIETY OF T AND CHAIRS
4 TABLE LAMPS
OTHER HOUSF;H0LD EQUIPl\1ENT
TELEPHONE 2143 OR 'CAll AT MIAMI GAZETIE
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FOR TO RIO" THERE WILL BE COMPLETE SHOW AT 6:30;
8:30 & 10:30 P. M . '
SANDWICH THE LEGION - LEBANON GAME
BETWEEN THE FIRST AND THIRD SIiOWS
AT THE TWIN THEATRE
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DURING AUGUST' SHOW WILL COMMENCE
AT 6:30 & 8 :30 WITH A 10:30 SHOW ON ' .
SA T,URDAYS, OR WHEN,EVER N.ECESSARY.
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1946 PLVMOUTH
194$ CHEVROLET SEDAN .
1941 DODGE SEDAN
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WAYNESVILLE, OHIO No.437S
THURSDAY, J U L Y 29, , 1948
J

Bv
BOB O'REGAN
Big news of the week con-
cerns the complete reversal of
form exhibited by . the . Junior
baseball nine
Sunday III their thrilling- 3-C2
wm the Southern Hills
111 2 extra frames. Losing
In of the 7th (last
!n Junior play) .the
glon nme fashioned two runs
out of Dan Simpson's double to
center fo.llowed b
v
Pinch hitter
, Earl. 'ulistering triple
to nght field. Robbi ns slow'
g-rounder to first base alJowed
P<?we1l's crossing- of tl1 e plate
With the tying run,. In the 9th
f B <?b H a tings bea t out an
mfleld hit - stole , eC'."l nd and
theJ') on the sec0I'!d to
' ; uken, t Ie thi nl and came
"h ome on a wild til ' w to , L j:C
the wi nni n,g- run . ' ''Ouke' ' Vic.
kers, Legi on hU'rl er, hurl ed ex.
ball through out grallt- '
tng but 4 hits and witll bd- '
t e r u ',p 111 i 1 , 11:1 V I! 'h II t
out outhern Hill
. lj' ng .. we d;Ll n;t know 'ii I
u n", : hat "0\"'1 azel l' "'\ iI!er,'
r' mentor and 'Mi )-
I r, }1- e ta ura.l t aT
I mth r. - ' go 'c-th "y 3U'C .4n
S' ndwi h . til e Clu:r I -i ',\'c: n
l LL 11': wit h In tt '1 ,
{i l;,' I ' i:'h wa : er " i t ! i1 1_' t ,' .1. ' ,
I 0 , , 1 an, g r I rvin Mulford
I i cont aL ' :' ' (! i 11
,l:I!ley - Illny, ' L"
I Less you forget tilt! foflowll1,!'
!,ltl chant have purchased Jun-
1('; 1 basel>all suits. Lacy's
I TRANSPLANT -,MEXICAN CORN.-.SUC(ESSFULLY]'
cold drouth com .from. country
of Mexico was successfully transplanted m 1111noI5 thiS spnng by corn
breeders of the DeKalb hybrid seed com company. The Mexican seed
was started in a greenhouse earlier in 'the spring before Illinois soils
were warm enough foe com, and then transplanted outdoors in paper
'ice-cream cartOIUl.
o '
F or com lfteding work, the
Mexican com must produce
tassels, pollen and silk at the
same time as nortbem
Beca.uae the Mexican com is
_lower growing, it had to be
planted 3 weeks earlier than the
In breds. Thia experimeqt may re-
sult in bigger-rooted, more drouth and \.
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Smith's ElectriC.; Sawyer" gion 'trailed 5-2 going into the Mrs. Ernest Korr.Knld return-
Mom's Pantry; Fulkerson fast of the' sevenfh, but a tripl e ed to her home in Cal ifornia on
Service ; Texac.o i B. & R. bv "Wild Bill" , Sawyer, Monday after 'being a gues't of
,Cleaners; .Wa.Ynesvilte Furni- walks to MiIJer, Charlie Price, her parents, Mr and Fred
tur.e; Wayn s Brrrg-, Store'; and ,Bob Workman, and s1J11{ }es Gons, for the past thr e weeks.
F.alrley's ; Ki er's; Rogers II by M. Stanlev and Red Price, On Thursday evenin,{!' Mr. and
SImpson and Dot Foods. gave the Leg-ion the win. Bot Mrs. J. Z. ()ons ' and Mrs.
. Sprin, ' Valley. eked out a 3-2 W rkma'n' walk f orced in the Robert Cot.ner, and
victory over Mmer's in a thril- run, whll.e Price 'S" R0bin Cotner (If Wilmington,
ling conte t last week. The two single brought the w1nninJ?; tally M:r. and Mrs. Rob rt Gens, .
teams had previously fotig-ht t across the plal:e. Joe i e, Mr.. and Mrs. Paul Tomlinson,
a 5-5 deadlock until forced L , pitching f nr Bellbrook, had a Mr. and Mrs_ .Kellar Hoak, Mr:
stop becau e of rain. Sack l no-hitter fN five inning- . and Mr. Rh odes Bunnell and
pitched ball, f Qr tl: " Kier' , ,Legion ana Bell- daughters, Mi ss, Monimia Bun-
k er whlle Don Brewer twi rl- brook qualify for the playoff' nell, Mrs. Nellie BUn ell, Mr.
, ed a fi ne five-hitter. ' which wi ll fol1ow th ' end' or Harold R i M r. and
In an exhibition g-ame Legion the second ' nalf chedul e. ! l . ,Fred ,Gons and Mr. Komgold
,- nt 50 of Frigi- ip s il .l e f or three othe'r t eam njoyed a pjenic er at Cold
cla ir, Dayton, )-2, wbile in a to qualify in fne s cdnd hal
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Da.ytol1, 21-1. - - -bucket' says that Kjer - and . ,automobile arcid in
Activ'ities' for the secollj half Le,gion will qualifv again with '," ( ! ar, .. th - apPlrent
, got und.er ,last Monday Falrley"s nosin,g' out B ' 111.'; I k; defect . Drive care-
when Kler's behmd Murphy's ' l l'y !
superb t w,o:hit , pitching, be t ..... --
Miller's 1'1-2. Bob Campbell of
.the Garag-emen hit his first
, homer , of the year deep into
left fiel9, while Pete ' IMurph"
helped hIS own gante with two
singles and three runs scored.
The first half 'ended TuC!sdaY
the Leg-i'on from
behmd to beat Bellbrook 6-5
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ians, reduced to carni-
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eat's wea kne$s f r pr tt
wQnlen and hi c'onsiant squand-
eri ng of hi pal's dough. 111i
little' bad habi t put fh m in
t roubl wit h a tough carnival
wner es} iall y when Ho e
wreck th show whil, attempt-
, jng to ride a I icy!-': l e along a
th y be'come
.CSpecial--Chic go, Jl1: stowaways on a luxury liner
(the ,lucKY d viI) bound for
, We' ll hit the \ ad oon our- Ri o de Janeiro, where they en-
selve:; in order to ' ret urn to the counter "Lan Lamour, save her
peaceful Miami Va11ey, but from t he pulp book version Of
must broad a t 10lidly the prais- the "fate that is worse than
es ' of that other 'road'-' IRoad death." ,
to Rio, " with ' those perfect After some hilarious sequences
"nuts" Cro by and Hvpe, sup- all three pr incipal
ported by lovely Dorothy La- wi nd up at fNiagara; Fal1.s
mour and the , Andrews Sisters, (l ovel y spot fo r honeymooners,
appearlTl2' for two days at the beli eve, " me .. . I
Twin, Sunday and' . Monday. where Lucia Maria de Andrade
What can a poor reVIewer say (Lamour) marries ... Sorry,
about this Paramount triumph you will have to join that fast
of mirtll, ' since tons of print forming line in fro!!t of Kier' s
have been expended bY. famous Garage to get that answer. Of
columnists like Winchell, Gyim, course some "traveler" to the
Radcliffe, Blake and Parsons? bi g cities will probably ruin the
It portrays the , zany activitie, show for you by supplying the
oj Bob, Bing and ' Dot as they ehdins-. . .
wend their way thru a Soutn The ,Twin will
American trip where the gags run three shows Sunday and
are thick and fast and the Mon'day night, jf necessary, ' to
whole show is just ONE con- give every man, woman and
tinuous laugh The songs w111 child in Wayne Township an'
please too: You ljave opportunity to see the really
to J" Ex- . great picture.' Softball fans, who
. penence
h
But BeautifUl and' never miss t hose fine games at
"A!palac r.
la
." j;The story. Geiger' S Stadium. on Sundav
unfolds . WIth If?cat . SVj,eeney evenings, will be able ''to come
Hot LIpS , Bal- to the Twin as late as 10,:30
to'n (Hope), a couple of p. m. either Sunday or M\onday'
prosperQus Hollywood ;muslc- and ' see a complete- show.
Usual prkes pre vail, 40 and 18,
as the "boss" believes' that re-
gular patrons be treated
to the best and the mediot:re
films at the same reasonable
prices. There are ,only 192 new
uphf>lstered seats in tbe Twin
so cQme eatly . .. Jack Jllmes
was the weekly Saturday prize
. Witmer. Unlike most victors he
he had nothing to say'; but' his ,
face was wreathed with enjoy-
fUll

vent. born. 1803. , '
eck Your Brakes!
'GETYOUR
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C AUGUST .
,l'-Swl.. Independence
Day.
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WI'IliOUT BEING STOPPED'
ON THE HIGHWAY
Pyle born
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WE ARE AUTIlORlZED TO
ISSUE T I CK 1:' S TO
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US DURING JULY
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SERVED ,BEFORE will find .at
our funeral home the same de-
pendaple attention as those we
have served for a gener(!,tion.
We apprecia,te the kindly
comment of our old friends
Whom we have ,meT in their
troubled days, and we are
ful for thejr approving
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WAYNESVILLE. OHIO
ment, leaving no room for

s: La t day to catch \
'Oul of / the .Blue,", tarring /
Gorge 8 r nt, Turban Bey and
Vir ri nia May in a 'colorful
omed of laLl O' hs, wit11 RK0 s
'Fl ick r Fla.J1 acks" support-
ing. Oldtimers h6uld' nj oy the
latt er. Wonder if Orville Phillips
recogni z any of tl1e old films
pidur d ... 11. u ed, to rind
the' machines In the silent days
for hi s daddy at the Twin loca-
ton. On Saturday Gene
Al:ltry d hi ' fam0US horse,
Champi on, tread the silver
creen in 'what may prove thr
hest Western of the year. Autr,)
combine' Singing, li ooti ng and
hard-ri din2' . And of course the
ninth chapter of 'Dangers of
the Canadian Mounted" will
also 'be billed, and the weeklv
cash award presented. "
haryn Moffe , t is featured in
a small town homey story Tues-
day entitled II B-anjo",
1"Rattled Rooster" from War-
ner 's ,apparently
supply eff good cartoons is also
scheduled. A' highlV publicized
Western epic ' next
Thurs ay ' and Friday as Ran-
dolph Scott one of the best he-
man actors, port.rays a' Texan
in "Albuquerque," a story of
lawlessness and violence in that
New Mexico town around 1878
becau e of one man' ruthless
Ian t o build hi mself an empire.
Does Rar.dy stop him? The
answer is obvious the way
he does it isn't, You folks who
like to see'ern drp p will see as
hectic a finiSh as was given in
'-'Sa'n Antonio" some months
ago. Thi s is truly an "A" pic-
ture for s-' veral -reasons :An all
star cast, action-packed thrills;
Adventure-loaded; romance and
amazing Cineco.lor. A Bugs
Bunn y car toon completes the
, bill.
I don' t know whether it will'
rain Aug. 8 or not but an urn-
brella of enjoyment is possible
for those who tab that' date and
see Jack Carson and Ann Soth-
ern 'in Showers. ' -
RAINBOW ADVISORY.
COUNCIL HAs MEETING
The Rainbow AdvisoryC0un-
Bellbrook N'otes
The Altldrew Edg-i ngton f Hf!1-
il y call ed on the. Ed.e; '\r GravItt
famJly in ayt n, ' Ull 1a v af-
tCflloon. .
Mrs. Elwood Rhonemus and
M r ' . Geneva and
ch il dren j \ ' ; Cf' :Ii.d
Gec:ze ;lht.! J1 c d a birthd,o.l / ;( ' -
t y given by Mrs. Madolin Hun-
ter for her daught r , haron whO
W:1: three ye<.t r old J u1 v 2 1.
Mrs, Elwood Rhonemus, Mrs.
C:klla Thomas, Mi ss Margie Pat-
terson, Paul Thoma'- anei Mrs.
sie Bond atterded t1; c wed-
r:n.e: uf Miss
:tll d 1{1 ber t (ChUlt l nt \Vashmg- "
ton Court House Methcdist'
Ci l lll ch Sunday afternooll.
M,y Pbylli , f.halJail ll d I? () -
J'e!'t i k op WI I' be mar :'ie I in tli '
Presbyterian Church at Bell-
brook FJl jdny ,Jul y 30th
with Rev, Day Kenncd\ officia
ting. Ever one is invited. A bri-
dal shower was given / rr.i day
evening at which m:lny useful
gifts were received. These
young people are of
BellbrOOk Hi gh School. Phyllis
is the daughter of Mr. ahd Mrs.
,Earl Shalian and the groom's
parents are Mr. and Mrs. L. G.
Hoop. The couple will have all
'at the new home . of
the bride s 'pa 1'-' nt west of
town.
, Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Drake
are offering their , propert" for
s a I e ash e . is be-
ing transferred to M!arion,
Ohio where he witI continue
workinK f or the I
Chemical Co.
Mr. 'Lewis Lynds spent part
of hI: va ation In the easi an .
returned bringing hi s parents
with him for a few:
Mrs. E. V. Barnhart and Mrs.
Marie Riffle' left Monday to
. spend 'a few days with relatives
i,n. Amelia.
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WAYNEISVILLE, OHIO No. 4379
J U L Y 29, 1948
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I lOURS:
9-12 each morn in,g
afternoons e.x cept
V\' e.h '
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Other e t y
ApP' in1m nt
TE1 .EPHO. E 6., -R
. Dr. C. E. Wilkin
EYE>, SpeciaL.If
':>6 Son t h Df'trC)it
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Orthopedic Corrections
. Cork
Henry H. Moeller.,
111-13 E. Mulberrv St. OHIO
cil met on Tuesday evening at
the home of Mr . and Mrs. Ho-
ward Wertz . . In the discussion
period, plans w.ere made for a
tour to Columbus to visit a
number of interesting points.
After adjournment to meet with .1
Harold
games wete cmjoyed .and re-
fre t ments served.
II
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sp'-',Hess
are accessones to
the fastld.ious woman. And nul'
modern dry cle:aning .adds ,just
that to . your Our
Rrices, too" ma,ke you relltlize
that all this I - and econ-
omy may io, h in hand. '
A f "".lfed '",:
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siding Cc. n(l' Er:e in-
.a ...... nt. Showroom,
. Hospitals and "haol. '
and bo rie.
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It makeS , a beautiful, colorful surface
that "bounces . off" wear .. It is proof
again.t water, alkalies and 8U types of
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P.AGE 7 THE MIAMI
WAY'NSSVILLE, OHIO
THURSDAY, J U L Y
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! Uncle 5ath I
81p1D, aD &mericaos! SiplDr ,an
Tbe Sec_tty LoaD ..
__ ,ear mod Important business to-
!laT. Your country'. secarlt)' Is Ia
' y .... hands . . You caD belp keep
strong by bulldlnr up TOur
cnr1l flDaDclal strength thru tbe Pay-
.0 SavlDgs Pial) for buying U. S.
SaVtDp Bonds. Savin,s bonds are
security bonils because ,bey pr(wide
!'alan security for and at the
ame time belp to maintain lbe .eco-
IlamJa 'lecurlly of our countrJ. Sip
lIP DeW for the automatic PayroU
;laylap Ply where you wor'.
UlEBIC&S SECURITY IS YOUR
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Ago
(Froni, the Miami Gazette of
July 27, 1898)
in e last week's issue of the
Gazette, a' very manifest ,im-
provement in the prospect of
the gas welt has taken place.
, The volum,e of' gas in thle new
w.ell far exceeds that from the
other well, this from, a depth of
, about 300 -feet. The company
has not yet decided as yet what
further action wilt be but
. will probably decide befor:e the
next issue of tbe Gazette, and
th " plans for utilizing the, gas
wilt be decided upon and be
known; Most likely the
ItghtlOg of the town will ! e the '
first and main idea. As to other
wells that remains to be seen to,
bter.


. Report of the Waynesville
National Bank; Resources,
$198,327.41. .

,Lieutenant Mayo Venable
raIsed a company of engineers
at Cincinnati. Another son of
Professor W. H. Venable, Emer-
son, by name, '3. graduate of
this. year's class at the Univer
-sity of Cincinnati, joined as
volunteer cava.1ry, a,nd is now
on way to Cincinnati. He is
22 years or age. (All this was
during the of the
Spanish-America.n War.)
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The Wife of the Rev. R. A.
Atia.ms, pastor of the Bedford
Christian Church at Blandins-
I '
ro Ulu,atrate the of'\
fp',rm folks who are contributing'
milk, to the Ohio Food min ' for',
overseas relief. Nancy Rife pro-'I
duced this oversize bottle M a re-f
,cent ,Mcntgomel'Y ,eounty demon-,
Istration. : :
i The Food train is being !p04-'
'sored by the Christian Rural Over-
,seas program (CROP),
both ProtestaDt IIDd Cadtobc.
ehureh poups;, A::= "hea4
land milk ate bejq ill
.... lar other ' ......... in wIIt be
It tW ...
!train W111 eboat Au
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ville, Ohio, m,ade the followinlr ; , Crossing' between intersec-
statement: "I was troubled with tions killed 3,200 and injured
nervous prostration and pains 51,000 pedestrians . in this,
and soreness that extended clear , ,country in 1947. Don't
I. frorl1 my to nlV, heart: My walk! ',' , .
havmg read in the
newspaper of DR. WILLIAM'S
PIN K PILLS FOR PALE' PEO
PLE introduced me to try. them.
J began them last Nov
ember, but experienced no re-
lief until I 'had taken six .boxes.
I am nQW taking the eleventh .
box and,have been greatly bene-
, fited." ,

One can Sit In an audience
tell the women with new
waists by the jackets that are .
off .

Westlaeimer & Co.mpany .
Members New York Stock
and other.
' ., ,registered ExchQnges
Investment Trust Shar.
Bought - Sold - Quoted
Phone Waynesville 2530
Da 00 AD3257 ,.
IUILDINGS CHATTELS AUTO.OliLES UAIILITY
,Lglle
Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Burnet
vi ite th ir uncle and aunt, Mr.
j In r at We t-
\ I'll , Frtda . Mr . Hayner, who
ha b en an invaltd for s vera!
len and attended the ice cream
socia,l at Lytle Saturday
venm,g-. " . .
Mr. and Mrs. VernonPurslev
and ,sons entertained at dinner
unday, Rey. Joseph Myers,l.
M.r. aI1d Mrs. Roy Winks and
family and Mr". May Banta.
. " .
lL i v ry All of the ,Lytle
, . ' Elevator, attended the Cincin-
Mr. and ML H rman Arthur , natf-Philadelphia Ball. Game on
of. SarLiania Thursday ' Saturday afternoon, as guests of
guest- of their daug-hter, Mr ". Everett Early.
Charles and family. ,
Mr. and , Mrs. Frank Brown
Irvin Harris improving after at: d Mr. Crist Boitnott of Tipp'
a tWD weeks' illness" ' CIt were over unday guests
Mr. and Mrs. Seth Furnas, of Mrs. Guy Routzann and
Miss ara Corine and Seth Jr. Russell. .". '
attended the Underwood Re.
union at Wayne Park, Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Kenrick
called at the home of Mr. and
Mrs. Thomas Collins in Dayton
Saturday. Mr. Collins is quite
poorly at thi time.
Miss Kathleen Hannon of
Dayton was a week-end guest
of Mjss Marlyn Hammond.
Mr. and Mrs . . Leslie Gray
visited their Uncle and Aunt,
Mr, ,and Mrs. A. O. Willia.ms in
Dayton, Sunday. '
Mr. and Mrs . .Raymond Hart-
sock of Hamilton were week ..
,end guests of Mrs. Jennie Mul
" Mr. and Mrs. Seth Furnas,
Miss Mary Brown and .Mr. and
Mrs. Walter attended
.the , '. County HistoriCal
.socIetv pICnIC and dinner at
Fort Ancient Monday evening,
as guests' of Mr. and Mrs. Law-
rence Gray.

Mr. Mrs. Leslie' Gray,
Mrs. , Cleo Tinley, and 'Frank
Kurfis visited Ben Hawke at
Grant Hospitai on Tuesday of
last week. He is somewhat ,im ..
proved and is to be removed to
his home -on S. Princeton A ve.
t
Coium.bus on' Friday.
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Waynesville
Furniture
'& Appliance Company
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The Home of Dignified, DIs-
, . tlnctive and Kindly ServIce.
I, S1'UBBS Euneral Home
TELEPHONE o.
srop lWlef A$ MANY SHOPPERS
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There are, ll,l.l, only two ways to, increase sales: to at-
tract new customers, and to sell , present more.
tirst Planned Lightitlg- especially for your
Tests prove Planned Lighting actua 1y stops
more thaq twice as inany people as ordinary lightin'g,:
Planned Lighting, is not just more light: It is t4e right
kinds for purposes. Planned . I
. Lighting for .sto;e vdodows is It _ includes
,. , genetallighting; floodlights, footlights, spotUghts-a com-
, o{ light sp:uc.s for sp2rkle without glare . .' ,
, Plan"ed, Lighting inside 'your store stinlltlates traffic, lef,S
people ,see more they them want more
of what they see. It alds color makes label read-
ing easy, reduces errors and makes a favorable impres,siori ,
on customers. It r:t"akes money for you.
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UGHlING Service fol' you without 0""90-
lIon . ,. "The Mao Who tq cOme and help,.
you with your lighting plans .. He is a friendly, competent
advisor woo bas helpful inf01mation about PLANNED
l.IG.i TL IG; iaitormade for each offi(e, stote, plllnt or
'institution. ' rust ,a.\} Comn t'r ial Lighting Depaclment
ofThe Onrtpn p",, ' 'r and l.igh ., rany: lelephol)c
too '3l31 - Ext,
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POWER 'AN' L GHI
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CLASSI FIED AD RATES
10 PER WORD MINIMUM 25c
NOTICE
ANTIQUE FURNITURE-
Repairell and R finished. All
work guaranteed. '
CHAS. C. COOK and SON,
PHONE 2645 Waynesville, O.
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tJlfder-o/un
As TOI.,.D CONSEQVATION DIVISION /' , . ______ . ___________ -?5'1 ..
fine' 'em I
ObN'T F RGET TO C LL
us f or in ur:1.n' . 11 type .of
insuran e at (l. avi nO' , ' Call
Fran i G n Bro\\ n, ' phone
\ ayn ville 2 472 or . call
BIDS SOUGHT
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Water I I
c.o ne t. Vilming-ton _1.11: ' , aled propo als will lJe re-
I SELL mE EARTH- . ceived bv' the Board of Educa-
tjon, Wayne Locat' School Dis.:
).F YOU HAVE ANYTHING trict of Warren County, Ohio,
, in Real E tate for sale Ret in at the Office of the Clerk in the
touch with Ben E. Cline, 'lic- !-ligh BuildinR', in WaY,ne
ensed broker, Spring Val1ey, I 'Ownshlp, Waynesville, OhiO,
Ohio, in Real Estate Bu iness unt il 12 o'cloCk Noon Eastern
since 1911. Experience tells. Sta'ndard Time, August 14,
Try me and see. , 1948, for ali 'labor and mater-
- 826 ials necessary for the, erection
HOUSE FOR SALE-. of a ' 2-car-garage-addition to
.. the pres-ent school-bus garage
Va:luable Main St. property. according to plans and specifi. '
Rent .from three business rooms caUons on file with the Clerk
will make on entire of said Board of Education.
:10-room house. Residence side Each bid shall be accom-
'has s' x rooms and ' bath, new panied by a bond, with Surety
-furnace, electric wiring- arid or Sureties satisfactory to the
plumbing. Office side has three .Board of Education, or by cash
roolJls now rented to doctor. at certified cheek on a solvent
right for quick ' sale. ' batik in the" State 'of, Ohio. The'
3 t 45. MrS. Kathr.yn amount 'of said bond,' cash or
.Mendenhall. -729 certified check .shall equal
to 5% .of the total amount of
1f'OR SAJ.E the bid 0 and the bond sha:lI be
at , ', ' 'in of the' Board of Educa-
fRYERS. 0 C. E. Michener. tion' of the Wayne-Local School
Phone 2926. -729 District of Warren County,
ONE PAIR ROLLER RINK Ohio. ,The cash or certified
Shoe Skates, size. 8. Call check shall be forfeited if the
263.4, H. E. Elstro. -:-ind bidder fails to enter into con-
tract with the said Board of
1940 'TON and' a ,half. Chev- Education within ten (10) days'
truck, grain, bed. ' Waynes-' after Notice of of
' . . ville , Farmers Exchange, ' his ., proposal, if , tbe award is
l IPhone 2371. ' -722 made ,to said The Board
Rem,ington' ' typ,ewr:iter, good of Education reserves .. the right
, condition, '25. Rev. Sam,uel to reject any and all bids.
N. Keys, Fourth & Miami By order of the Board of
"'=':':":'_-Sts. . ' -729 Education. , .
, C W. Barnhart
'\ CONSEIlVATION '
DIVtsiON OFFERS
FR!E ILLUSTRATED
FOLDERS LISTJN(;
OHIO BIRDS 'FOR
CHECKIN&"
fHES& FOLDERS,
ARE eSPECIALLV
HEL.PFUL 11) THOSE
WHO KEep tiRO. SON6&HlDS .WILL COME
SOME DISTANce FOR
AND DRINK'N6 WATER.
. PROVIDING FRESM WATER
. RE6ULARL'I , 19 ONI:: WA'Y,
"11)' etRD VISITORS '
EimER IN -n.4E eOUN1R."
OR THE: CITY
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WA7t:lf NliSTIN6 BlR.DS ........
'BIJT "'/JIE BEST'TJ,IING 'tOU
CNI DO IS NOT eo
CLDSIJ 7O,Jfcf rev?
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FOR ,
,.Road to Rio
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THE MIAMI GAZETTE
WAYNESVILLE, OHIO
THURSDAY, J U I- Y
24 hours every day, 7 days Vl'r51
week. \I ver stopplni, the kidneys 111 or
wilste from the bl.:>od
l ' nore pl'ople .were nwnre 1) ( how
kt.V! ;18 must constant ly remo'-l' sur
p .A) lI uid, ocids and oLher \\"PSle
matter that cannot in tbe h o<ld
wit houCl injury ' to healt h. there would
be r undorstnt1oin'l': or t{'h" 118
whole system i s upset whl'n kidneys (nQ
to (unction prop rly,
II trnlll\j . Bcunty or too fl-Ilquent uriua'
tion sometimes wnrns thut somet bin.
Is wrong. You may sutTer ntlisi!llt l, ,,clt-
:\<':'8. hendnchea, diu.in_,' r b<l umatlc
....."I ns. up at nlihte, swelliDr_
- .. WllY not try Doo,,', Pi'laT You wW
be UBing a medicine th.
countrr over. Doan', atlmlliate the flUll>
tloD 0 the kidneye and belp them to
Hush out pol-tonoua wute (rom tn.
blood. Tbey eontaiD llotbiDe blLrmCul.
Gl't Doa.'. today. U .. wlih coalldenee.
At-all arue atore:!.
NORRII MOCK COMPANY
Cinolnna" UnIOft ' etook Yard.
Liv. Wi,.. altd ..... fH8Iv.. Aft
oraanlaatioft eeooncl to , none.
.8trloUv ........ 0. ....
aN arOunci market, 'In til.
oountr,y. ,
'aERYICE THAT eATUMrl.e
W!;HIO . Da,yt0ll 11: SO a So '1'.
WLW s:oar::."
I"or"l'
-.. oil-burning Oerk, Bd. of Education .
. stove, two 50-gallon drums - - .------
WAtawl'
jFOR, KIDS'
. "i.oo eDt i.
" FARMER OWNED' . and fittings. R. H. Smith, S.
Main St. :-729
GRANGE PICNIC
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The J'i 0 m e Economics
ComoJllittee of Far,mers Grange
No. 1 3 invites all grangers and
lamilies to the Annual ,Grange
'Picnic Aug. '7 at Smith's
Park at 6 :30 P. M. com-
mittee will furnish all foods at
a nGminal charge and urges all
'members to attend. ,-
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, ,NOnCE OF APPOINTMENT.o
. '. Estate of Emma O . Kersey
GIRL to run' cash register. Call
," at Dot .Food Mariet:. --ind
( want to Sincerely tbank all
those who made my birthday So
uleasant with thcit many cards
and gifts. '." 0
, Della Venable. -729
WANTED
DEAD 'STOCK.
cows tll.00
HORSES
HOGS 3.00 Cwt.
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NOTICE Of. AJIPOINTrtE.NT
'xe4:u_ .
Estate . of S. " H. Burnet De-
ceased.
Notice is given ' that
Harry Burnet whose Post Of-
-fice _ address is Waynesville.
Ohio, R. 2 has been dUly ap-
pointed as Executor of the
Estate of S. H.. Burriet late of
Warren Co qn ty, Ohio,' deceas-
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, Nntice is hereby given that 0
John \V. "-el:ey who .... F'0st
Accer ............ C dII ....
. Au 0 SMALL STOCK
ed. .
Dated this 2:4th dav of July
-office, address is . Waynesville,
,()hlo' has been duly appointed
.as Executor of the Estate of'
.Emma O. Kersey, late of War-
ren County, OhIO, deceased.
Dated this 9th day of July
1948.
Co Donald Dilatush. ,atty.
, Ralph H. Carey 0
. Judge,' of the Court
Wlrten County, ,Obio.
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WANTED!
, <..
Yocmc MBa
to learn , merchaQdising. Some
selling expei'!ence' . preferred.
Must be high school graduate.
Q)od salarv to start. Excellent
for advancement.
Apply in person.
J. C. PENNEY Co.
Miamisburg, Ohio
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, UMOVED PROMP11.Y
,PIaOae
XENIA
1112
WILMINGTON
2362
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C. D,onald Dilatush, Atty. .
. 'Ralph H. Calrey '
of'the Probate Cour.t
Warren County, Ohio
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ACCORDING TQ AND CONDmOR:
SCRATCH PADS'
10 cents per pound
at
- --T.HE MIAMI GAZE '
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FOIl'
, Greater of Farm Owner.
ship ,
Finance with a .... d ... LoaD
LONG TERMS - .
LOW INTEREsT
YMENT PRIVn.EGEs
LOAN
Roo .. I . Old 8arIk aw.. .
II, S.
fFBANON, 488
BIia H. Sturm, Sec'rT .....
,LEBANON NATIONAL FARM .
Armitage & Son:'
lAND _d GRAVEL
DRIVEl'
TAR ADd ROAD' OIL
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. LAWN _d FlU. DIRT
READY-MIX CONCRETE .
EXCAVATING aDd DUMP TRUCK SERVICE
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It ,Says
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Here
Br Smitty
The Miami
IiA'ZETTE
'Death Curve' dule, ' 73
To Get' Sod"um Light otl "lriaJ
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The Dayton Power and Light
W
, -d C th d I C mpany will install a sodium
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ays. ,e a e ra light at the 3rd tr et curve of
. Wlaen a t wn's SERVING WAYNESVILLE SINCE 1850 R t 73 t 't t .
nbl :, er-cent in a No. 4380 FIVE CENTS A, COF'Y W.-II V.-fJ. -It St. Mary,'s ibllit e on '
- it was decided at the town
-Two of four per- WAYN'E,SVILL.E, OHtO THURSDAY AUGUST 5 19148 co 'I f Md' ht
sons each. are' 100kin<Y for ' " t. paul s Way ide Cathedral lInCI mee mg . on ay pIg .
, I'.. Mr. Neilson of the P. & L.
,homes in Waynesville. ' The B d I " MOTOR BICYCLISTS of the, Epis opal Dioce e of Xenia office ' informed the
of each family took a ' an Dstruments REQUIRE LICENSE .Ohi o will ,-:isit . St. coun il that his company would
- P1ositEion here effective Aittgust ' A'ttorney ,General ' H' ugh S. Matr
y
s parikh, for b willing to install one or two
. aCh one replaces a man ' .M4 a \Vo-wee peno begmnmg odium lights for a .3
o
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da
y trial
who resigned , but is not mov- To Fo ' r Jenkins, the past week, AlIKlIst 16.. at no cost to the VIllage. ,If re-
iog away, so the town has a D" w ruled tl. at a license ': I he IS one f the , tained, two sodium livhts,' will
net gain of eight, or about one required for the 'operation 'of a first trailer to , the present light. The
percent of its 833 population With Kenneth M. motor bicycle on the highway:> secrated and. put Ih servIce Ir:t on the new
10 the ,1940 census. attending assuperinJerident for of this state. ' the w<?rld. It IS the Catlledral.of lights would be ,65 a year as .
The families are those of the first the Wayne Twp. ' In the 'precise the of Southern OhIO, c mpared to $23 a year for the
,Kenneth M. Retallick, new su- School Board voted Monday question covered by the opin- The RIght. ,Vi Hob- present light. ' ,
perintendent of schools, and . Itt dJ767 50 d ion, Jenkins aid that minors son, and IS especIally fitted to ' . . .
J J t1
. h' f nlg 1 0 pay" . ue on fourteen 01' f'lfteen years old meet the needs of rural com- After the thIrd. Cl:nd fma.}' re.admg ,
ames 0 es, new cas ler 0 ban instruments ' purchased of the bo d 5S edt
, Waynesville National Bank. last year ,by . the Band Boosters may .... under the ' provisions of munities in the mining areas of ' . ' I u, or mance 0
Mr. Retallick has brollCY'ht , a Ohio bw, be issued restricted the state. , fma,nc!! water 'lmes frof!1 new
orKanization. wells U1t t tll d
trailer here for ' a temporary Michael Hauer 'of the' Hauer licenses by the Registrar of , A beautiful ,trailer equipped ' 0 , mance
home, while Mr. Jones' tarnilx Motor , Vehicles , to operate as a chancel the Cath- was by councIl. .
is remaining in Bucyrus unti1 Mu ic Ho'use in payton attend- mot r I : ycles and that persons dral was deSigned by an arch- A of
he can fi[1d a house: ed the board meeting' to point under that age may not be itect of Boston and built by the wa? at the meet .. ng t,o
_ out that payments on the ins- licensed. ' Aero-Car Company of Chicago, of reSIdent s
Just a reminder: truments were two months in I ' The interior is flnlshe\d in wat- ,dumping trash m .an alley.
One of" the first news items arrears. (The Band Boosters R b D k-' B d' nut and has , collapsible' pews Mayor. Harry assured
this paper printed after my ar- disbanded last January and a 0 ert ' a '.D S ,0 Y 25- the-.9
bzen
that It would be
rival here on Feb. 1 was about note on the' instrument was , The altar is reversible and doors ,stopped.
the lack of a leader for the Girl sbigne9 by dthrete faculty Retn' roed tor Buc.-all in the.rear of the coach
Sco,:!!. troop; which had 22 ers: l!l or er 0 preven elr ' make It pOSSible for outdoor C he Ch
' memlJers. "N Leader, No Act.- reversIOn to the seller.) " I ' services to be ,held without as ler os' en
ivities, I said the headline. ', It The ' board will now make will be held ' sacrificing the beauty of the
drew an, indignant letter to the ' full payment ' as soon as an at 2 pm SaturdaY' by the Wayne . Cathedral. ' AN ' at j B' k
editor ' from a form,er resident itemiz,ed bill i received. , Twp. Post 615, American Leg- "A public address system a t atl-on an
II w in Tjpp City, asking why ' It was al o. voted to hire ion, for Pfc. Robert W. Dakin, llows services to be carried to
such an important activity was MI' . Oram Shoup arid Mrs. Wh9 was killed Feb. 14, 19.t5, be carried to many people at a
being dropped by default, but Marion Adams as cooks at the on the m.ain of l' from the actual congr.
it apparently never got any 10- hi gh school next year. Bunal Will follow m gabon. An electric organ
cal reaction. " , The ' of fanitors, ' Mlam,1 .Cemetery. ., . ' ' adds to the service. A'n
There ' are' still a score or cooks, and food buyers to the , qakm was 20 years .and electnc p.honograph is u e'd t \
rgore, pptential girl , scouts but two s.chools will be the main . mpnths old at the time of his,' bring music to the areas served. '
no woman to lead item of ' at it special , . " , ,: , of stories and chimfes
James E. j ones became
cashier of the Waynesville
National Bank on Aug. 1, fill- .
ing the ' vacancy .left by S. L.
Robinspn's ' resignation , last
January. ' ' '
, + board.' next IjfIS survH,ed by ' five are popular. A sound pro-
T
. ". - 'D- ' f evertmg. ' , . , H.arold ,oft Waynles- jector lSi carried and movies are
efraCing Isplla,Y A lengthy discussion w.itl' Ville, Lawrence of 1, R,oy in .many of the' small
school bus drivers ot)ened the , of Route 2, Lebanon, , towns and VIllages. ,
S hed led
' T sd session. It is understood the and. In "the U. S. AmI'>:; For some years, he work
C ,HllUe ay drivers ask ,$80 per 'month and and four sIsters Mrs: Lela W.tt wa.s under the leadership of ,
. , , the 'board's offer was $65 " of Dayton; Mr. MIldred Lutt- ' Charles Ayers, a ,layman of the
Mr. ,Jones will move ,here
from BUCYfol\JS, Ohio .. as,.soott as
he Gan find ' a home. He has
been in. the Sales Department
of the Smith Incubator Co. in'
Oeveland for the past few
year:s. ,Before ' that, he was
assistant -cashier of ' Second
Nati?nal ,Bank in Bucyrus anet,'.
cashIer ' of Farmers' Nation3il
Bank in Sevemuile, ' Ohio. '
White 'at SevenmHe he walS
president of Hie Butler County ,
Bankers for a
year and a, member )', of the
J3ank Management Committee ,
of the Ohio Bankers Associa-
tion for four yea'rs. '
A demonstration of hillside . rell .and Mrs. LaVerna Shaw of diocese who later was' ordained
terraCing wiD be given, next MJ:'J;'TiNGS , Jean Ho!fer of to the ministry had charge
Tuesqay on the farm of Harry Waynesville Route L HIS p,ar- of the church in Ironton. Dur-'
, R. soulh of Wayne-, FOR ents. are Mr. and Mr.s , Ernest ing the war when tr.ave! was
sVIUe, begmnmg at 1 :30 p. nit Ohio fruit growers ' are in- Oakm. . ,' . . difficult, ,Captain Estbrook of
,.Persons ' previously inex- vited by C. W. Ellenwood, ,Persons wJshmg to pav their the Church Army in the U. S .A.
perienced in terraoing will do s'ecre,tary, Ohio State Horti.. respects may call at the conducted the summer program
the work with ,the Warren . Soil It IS' Funeral Horne in. Hocking" Valley and the
Conservation ;District in ch'arge. , cu ura oClety, to attend one tIme before Saturday mormng. mmmg areas around Martin's
T " or both of the meetings Aug. F
ractors and plOWS 18 and 19., The Summer Meet-. errr;' '
wteill \lsed; two mllteStodf in" Aug. 18, is to be at the W. C .. T. U. TO T e wforkfewll45
rr,acmg ar.e 0 e e e Price Orchard four miles north- ,means 0 a OWS Ip WI ,e
dunng lhe aftemoon with 15 f N ' W. C. T. U. will Pre,sbyterian I Church "and ' the
to 18 tractors to par- 'west 0 and Orchard meet on Friday, Aug. 13, at 7 :30 staff was composed of both
ticipate. " ", . Day, 19
,
will be ,at tbe p., m. with- Mrs. Golden Presbyteri;lns and Episcopalians.
To reach the farm, take tlie OhIO St,ation, ,A full attendance of membiers The present director is
. second ro.ad to tlte ,right beTo'w Wooster. is desired as thi the ftm!e to John PriOr of the Church Armv.
WaynesVille on Route 42, and ,The ,tour at the annual' election officers and He has Plany years tn
tum in at .the, first house on the Orchard Will st.1H at a.. the business for the coming year rural areas m thiS country, hav-
left. The p,ublic is' inyited. ,m., , Eastern Standard will be discussed Mrs. Olive had mission parishes , in ' the
A native ,of Augusta" Ky., he
was I frpm Centre
College m Danville, Ky.
, H is 'M,ary is a registered
. a t . of Grace
'Osltal ' 111 Hutchi-
son, Kansas. hey ha ve two
sons, ,Jimmy, anCi Johnny,
8. " ,i
, t , There are. '100 acres' to be in- ' Curl announced. .' . Catskill Mountains of New
... Mr. and Mrs. Ellis McClure spected, With apples and peach- " ' York, North CarolIna, Verm.ont'p $lOO FINE IMPOSED
and{ children, who have resided " es the main crops. The land ' FARMER'S GRANGE; New. Hampshire, and in the ' FOR DRUNKEN DRMNG
at .. the home' of Mr. the Orcbard has : been ProvlDce ef Quebec. ' , "
EI,mer the latter's owned by the Price for Home Economics com- The staff thIs summer who young
' parenfs, ' for the ' past' several ,125 years, and the present mittee ' of Farmer's Grange No. will corne ' to Waynesville will , to' give tlis rtam,e to 19on'stable
months have moved to their chard was established by Tom' 1 v.ery bus,Y preparing the include James Viggers' of Charles P. Joy and Magistrate
new "home in which ' Price and his father. H. C. Price. pICRIC dmner which they wilt Springfield, ' Mo., a stulient qarm(n Crane after was
they . Qrcbar4 , there serve at the, Harry Smith Park ' paring for the mhlistrv, William fmed.f,.1 00 and ,costs 'forArunk-
, IS. side" .but on Saturday .evening. ,A portion Henderson of Wellesly Mass en dflvmg and $10 and costs for
'ID, mao- of the , proceeds Will gq to a a student in the Church ArmY" not owning a driver's, license last
has 'Ileen sHted/ 10 wortJiy cause, the Student LO:iln and Captain Prior., ' Monday. Arrest by,: JOy
,brmg' the' -trees int-o ' the hirfa I?,Hn4. I. , ,\. ' The Rev. Samuel Keys' of St the ' defefldant"s
' of they ' r , 'M,arls Church, will ' be the host mto,' and damaging the
now show. A large of REGISTERED BUU SOLD to ,the catbedrat.andw.ill work ' steps at
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the '.lloi'n;e of "BmerSon
ore,hard ItRd eCJJ1ip. ,Simon ' Gassert out th'e progra:m' with tHe , staff Earnha.rt. a chase
ment , wilt be displayed,. 1 T&e ,111e, Route, 1, recently ' pur- and ',the -laymen of his parish. the '. driver ,' ''''
, Orchard has a new refrigerated .. 'lased tbe registered Brown Mr. ana Mrs Ray Mainous and ushered. mto tlUf t , jail.
storage, and modem gradi " ",wiss ' bull lazY' Jim of' Knob and sori, witb ,grand- He he 1eatrier'sr
equipment is used ' to ,Hilt 83794 from Charles V Os. daugbters, Misses LaVern and WQlch' enbtles him to
the fruit for , market. ' borne, ' New Ohio ' Mainous, ' "enjoyed, a' Tele :'" Cfr!ve .
, ' R R d' ' Vision program at tbe' home of ,dnver:ls 1ft the ellr
Ellenwood reports Ohio's Idtse: Mr. and Mrs. Lon Allford Thurs., He identified -Mrrs:
1948 crop to be tight but ' Swiss Cattle' BreederS' Assoc:i. day' evening. Earnbart.' as ton of,
its qualit gooct, with total pro- ation, Beloit, WIS. WayneSVille Rt.
for th'e State under
2,000,000 bushels. The, peach
crop' is spotty, some orchards
havmg ' a good crop and other
orchards Grow'ers have
had another difficult. year in
controlling apple scab.
Miss Ruth Conner arrived
home on Monday evening after
a two-month vacation and
si'ght .seeing trip to the W
Coast. , , _
,
Mr. and Mrs. Owen Hartsock
have returned after" 'spending
the past week as guests of Mr.
and Mrs. Wilton Hartsock in
Baltimore, Md.
o
. Miami Chapter 107, O. E. S.
WIll meet in regular sessio'n,
Monday Evening
l
Aug.9. Thi '
, wilt be a very orief sum me .
meeting. _ J
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The Miami azette
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THE MIAMI GAZETTE PAGE:a
WAVNESVI'LLE, OHIO No. 4380
THURSDAY, AUGUST 5, 1948
Pub li shed E vel',)' ihurs c ..ty
At Waynes ville. Ohio '
, CA RL G, ITH, Edjto,.
'Entered JIB second class matter at the Post Office
" SUBSCRIPTION RATE:
$ 1.50 ,a Year in Advance
..-
Weddings
BRIDAL ' SHOWER HELD
FOR DOROTHY MOYER
Mrs. William Strouse of
entertained to a bridal
shower at her home in Lytle,
Wednesday, for Miss Dorothy
Moyer of Germamtown, ' Ohio,
who will be married September
4. The and dining room
were attractIvely decorated in
a color scheme of pink and
green, with sevenit bouquets of
gladiolus, pink carnations , and
chrysanthemums. ' ,
HAVE

Several games appropriate to
the occasion' wer'e enjoyed by I
all present, after which the
' bride-to-be opened her many
fts .
AT The MIAMI GAZEITE
'..,UIIUla' a.m.
. Earnhart, Supt.
' \ 'Norsbip. Ser,vice to :3Q, a.m.
. vening: Service 7 :30 p.m.
, , '
ME11IODlsr ,aruRCH ,
' Mi,nister ,.,'
' Qurch schoo 9,:30 a.m.
, J. Burske, Supt. '
" service' ' to :30 a:m; '
Youth ' Fellowship ' ,',
-
ST:MARY'S EPISC9PAL
c Samuel Keys, M,inister '
Prayer ' to :30 a.m.
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CAESARs CREEK FRIENDS
Rev it Oa vid Minister
Worsbip Service 9:45a.m.
Sunday School ! 0 :45
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vftCA U. B. QlURQI ,
kev. William Shannon
SUnday School 9 :30 a .... ,
Mrs. Garrison. Supt.
nJIIB)S ", , Preaching t 5t and 3 rd Sundays
, each month 10:30 Lm.
PInt: Day School . 9 :30 a.m. ' EftDing Services , 7 :30p.m.
for Worslup. , ., .', ___ , '
to:30 a.m. PllUtY CHORal OF CHRIST
. ---- " ByroD CarVer, ' Mblister ': ' ,
, ,,AYNESVILLE ' , Bible SChOOl 9 :30 '1 0-
GIURCJI OF 'aIRIS! ' \ Moralnt' Worship i'O:30 ... 1.
, M. H. Minister , Prayer It\eetinJ. ' 7:00 p.m."
BIble School ' . ' 9 :30 a.m" Youar People 5 Meetlnr' , ,
Mom ... worsJt1r to:30 A. M. .. ' ,7:00 p.m.
' S Meeting ,( .. m" Services pm.
, " . 1:t! P. M. _
:a.'n .. Service 8 P. M. 1,nt.E METHODIST
CtIUR'OI
sr .. AUGUS11NE Dr. Jos'eph Myers, Minister
Patber Krumholtz, Priest Sunday School 9 :30 a.m.
Masses 8 and to .A.M. Mrs. Ruth Saylor, Surt.
Worship i 0 :3
1
1 a,.m .
. ,
PLANFQR M:AN
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AS SHOWN IN HIS COVENANTS
ou :are, invited to hear this' subject by
G. RUSSUL POU.OCK
NA T'IONAL OF' LOS, ANGELES
8 p.' M
FRIDAY, AUGUST, 6, 1948
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NO COUl:cnON
' ICE CREAII - VAR'ID fLAVORS
I.
LUNCH IEATS
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IOF I DRINKS ,
MMtSHMA1LOWs
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Lacy' 5 Quality Market
PHONE 2682
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PAGE 3 THE MIAMI ' GAZETTE
W:AVNESVILL-E, OHIO No. 4380
THURSDAY, AUGUST 5, ' 1948
REDS TO PLAY ONLY
23 MORE HOME GAMES
Onl y 23 home gam " remai n
on the schedul e for t he Neun's
Cincinnati Red who were bat-
t!ing their way al ong- the' Atlan-
tIc Seaboard t hi week in their
, next-to-Iast inva i on of Eastern
ground.'
The Reds do n t appear at
Crosl ey Fiel d again until Aug.
9 when the St. Luis Cardinal s
. _ .. ____ .-o..-.. _ __ .. . _ ......... .... .. ... ""' . '"
-:. _ Buns'
, provi de the oppo ition in a
ni ght game whIch will open a
five-game home stan 1. Round-
ing out J he card will be a
singl e Ladies' Day contest with
the Cards on Wednesday, the
el even.th ; a ni ght g'ame with
the Chicago Cubs on Friday,
t he thirteenth i and a double
header with Charley Grimm's 1 r GOd food is the keynote of a quick .enu or
crew on, Sunday, the fifteenth. ... burger8 011 enriched .. bDDS.
The Redl eg sguad, continues .. ser.ed with pleDty of prden fresh 0GftIU ......,..--.
to l ead 't he l oop -tn the engmeer- " h' h f t 'relishes is '
of doubl e pl ays and is rUIl - A serye-.r
ou
l'8elf mea W Ie /!!wU::: fun this is!" Sandwich buns
nmg second onl y t o the New rertain to draw many give the 'burgers that wonderful
York Giants in hOITl.e-run PI' - from the bakeshop or m d h . the buns are easily shaped from
ducti on. Paced b
v
" Hammeri n )' .. special , flavor . bya ;:'ltlng small balls and ftaUening to
, plain yeast uvug . I .
Hank" Sauer, who ha Ie j the ' ,tesired hape. f fun 'mar' It Ie a rood .tIN .....
maj or l eague para ie pract l l With the pienie :!ke care of needs , for several
ally all season, tll e Re is gen- )enough buns at one Ime rYes their freSh quality. 'IncidentaUJ, the-
t d d t t I f
' L Careful storage prese , . fire . ,
era e a gran 0 a 73 four. buns taste wonderful when toasted neai-by friendly baker
master in t he f ir t 90 ga,me , L On oceasions you 'Ti! WIS ic:hed sandwic)l buns he lupplies
Ticket for all gam ',n the ;Save you tIme and energy. B net iron Q{
remai n in, Redl eK hom he :t - . :also provide .VI .. mml _ , .
ul, whi ' b in fi Ve ni ght buns. , : .
grtm'l-' ,n i f our d( uhlel: a i L' ''' . SaMwlch Ba.s .... """,
I .. - ___ . - J tcul)OOftS IIh ,,,.,. _
are n a e now at the Re i s , , packaltdk,east. . \ V4 evp mortcnin, ' ....
tick t off i e at ."' 07 'i n t. y. cup lui tWarm w ..... , ", . -;:, "" ._ J f88S _ ".
Cill I'nnatl',' 2. ' . I cup milk t",.. J cups sifted Cftticr.cct floltf fabout"
ofgfle . nW:J
Mr. and Mil' .Le 11 tirv
of Wa n C. H. were \1 11-
day " V 11 111 g' o'u : t f Mrs.
N tti e' Emrick. '
and Mr . Ever tt Earl \'
l eft Wedn sday mO'rIling or :l
two week vacation tri p t
North rn Michi an . I
Mi s La,ura Rosna Ie of Cin
ci nnati r t h 'r hom
Monday: evening after pendfn,,:
several day \\ il h '11 r 111 th r-i n
l ao/ an j : leI' , Mr. a 1 , 1r -.
Harv .y 8urnet , ':In f nmil v.
Mr. and Mrs. tanl ey B-ai l I
Mrs. D. C. Ri dge, and Mrs. El -i'
Hockett have returned from ..
v acati on in the Bl ack Hills f
South Dakota.
Mr. and Mr'. Vernon Pur I v
entertained to a f amil y dinner '
unday evehing in honor of 'the
birt hday of the l att er's brother '
Mr:' . Roy mith. . . \ '
Mr. ThoJll aS Rlc11ards and
ba y dau -ht r of ' Lytl e Road
r u/'ned from , S1. Elizabeth
ai tH, ay ev '
J . B. J nes and Mr. and
Mr ' , Wal t r ,Kenrick attcnde:t-
th . 7th Degree meeting of
War " 11 County Granges at
the Grange Hall at
'tu d:1 .. , ven ing of last week.
Ml'. an i Mrs. Cliff Beckett
and' 'hil ir n of near Lebanon
Thursday evening dinner
f Mr.- ,and Mrs. Vernon
, and on. Dickey and '
Kay ue Beckett r'emained for
'tlle week- end.
Mr. and Mrs. Charl es
.Mulleni x attended the, funeral
ot their f our-year-old nephew,
Morri s Eugene PhiJliips, Friday
afternoon . ,at the ' United
, Brethren Ghurch ,Spr!ngboro',
and the burial at Sprmgb9ro
Cemetery. The boy was kill ed
Wednesday, as he ran .acros
the Franklin Road, Route 73,
in front of the farm of his
....... !4 ClIp sUII .!.. l ""'"-" .. ' -t ':0:'. ........ "'I d bl d
--. - - , te .beets. Let rise an.. OU e
So'ften y.east in lukewarm h
a
r!i (about one hour.) Form -remain-
Scald mdk. Add lugar. 88 a ing dough , into smooth bal! .
. shortening. Cool GreaBe surface lightly. Cover and
. Add eggs. unb. en;}l Add put into refrigerator. When
,softened yeast. MIX 'k
e
ft wanted remove dough from reo
,remaining flour to ma e a so d f' i r and punch down. Mold
; dough. Tum out or if preferre,d, let, dough
\ board and knead un I smoo d. t d" warm' rt)om for . an hour
!I'atiny . Place in lightly s. fore an molding. rise unt.il
bowt surface
bo
Cover. Bake in moderate oven f
rise untIl doubled (a
p
u\on
d
(375 degrees . F., about 18
1
:
one: half .1Iours). unc minutes '.
Shape into of Yield: two dozen four an1J one-J.,i
sired by mto sma d . h half inch buns. ;
'and flattening to fol'D,l san W.lf! I
.
" .
, parel; ts.-Mr. , and Mrs. Est ill e
Ph ill ip . .
Mr. and Mrs. 'Har vey, Mi s.
T (l ura R an Mr .. an i
M I". H arnl <1- \ lVhitaker attende i
th f un ral f their M __ :
John Hayner, at 11er . l ate re-
si ' ... n e in Vl e tvill e" Fri d:t
afternoc n and the buri al at r-
FalH Ferr Pa ine ha re-
ceivf d a contract to teach i n the
Cl ark vill e school t hi falL He
.' expect to t a l, junior 11 igh
h001' Eng' Ii hand o. ia1 stud-
i . . H i to fr m Wit-
mingtnn oll ege at t he end f
the ummer e ion.
bana. S
" . were apt onK the glle t on lIn-
.and Mr . Ev r tt , Kcn- day ,\ hell Mr and. ' Mr .
1'1 k, .....on and daughter, Mr. and . . Bran t rato): ent ertal11 e j at their
MrS. Lester Mrs, B - h0me in Wi lniin ot n. Th
i Kenr ick,. and Mr. and Mr . Kue t ' i ncluti d thos ,of
Walter Kennck were gue t. :tt Warren and Clinton ount le,
the rec pti on f or Mr. and Mr . who are wi nter neighbors in
Cl aren.ce , Maley at the. hom. 0; f. Bradenton, Florida. A ba ',ket
the bride's mother, Mrs. N II! dinner wa erved to ab ut flib .
Montgomel;Y, in Dayton. at- guests. , .
urgay evenmg., Miss C;leo Mont-
'omer y an i Mr. Mal e", ,,,ere
11larri ed in the ell. pel of
South Park M. E." 11:',,1, on .
Brnwn ct. .t 4 :3 ' Saturda' I \.
Re\' , 'oames T ' ma" 'rl. v wi1
resit. ..:. in B t! " 1" 1-, ':-. : .
. .
M;. anC! Mr. Han l d B. Earn-
hart ', and famil y, Mary
Dora Hough and Loran Houg- h
enjoyed a"pic'nic di nner at Ser-
pent Mound l n Sunday.

Belcher'sSunoeo Service
GAS-OIL-LUBRICATION . ,
GQod.', line of, and Accessories
U. S. Royal Tires
. ,
,
. Open 7 Days _a Week '
7 A. M. to 11 P. M.
.- WAVNESVILLE, OHIO I PHONE 2423
To Buy, SeD, Trade
Rent 'Borrow, USE
Mr. and Mr . Chari e O. Mr. 'and Mrs. Robert Clark'
James and little son left on at - and chil dren were recent guests
urday f or Opp, Al ai ama, l.where of the l atter's ar nt , Mr. and
they wiJ1 visit Mrs. Jame" Mr .. Cl,larle J am. , I .efore
fat her, Mr. Charle Wal ker. . '_ l eaVIll, )' for a vacatIOn t r ip . t.o
. Mr. and Chal' l e" LeMay "fa hll1gt n D. C. and VISit
and chil dren, Mr. an 1 Mr :, f riend in \V York Clt v and
CharI Burt 11 and . hil di' en, n tat 11 / nd.
Mr. and Mr. R h rt -Burton
and Mrs. L.. J . Burt 11 att eni !
t h Yo t famil r ll ll i n at
ark 0 11 ' ullli:ty. " ,
Mr . Ruth D enni - f / ' , vt 11
was a Sunday i inn r ,n ue :t I
Frank Hol m and J' r. and
Mr . Loyd Davi s.
Mrs. CharI LeMa return 1
via pl ane on Satur a'y e nil ,I;, Mr. an j Mr . WaiteI' Whit-
after spending the pa t h ' tl aker l eft Thul' da III rning by
weeks in Clevel and. pl ane . for p kane Wash.,
wh re th ' y ' wi IJ pend a few
day Mr. and I Mrs. Asa
Whit aker . They will accom-
pany Rev. and Mr . F B. Col e-
man, V{h ar in . Eugene, Or
Mr. and Mrs. in ent
Everding and f amily enj yed a
week end t rip to Georgian Bay,
Canada.
on t heir return home.
demonstra
I!I
I n
will be held ill fro\nt of
,\Ii
. "
OUR S?ORE
Come'in and 'see how simple
'and ine:xpensive it 5s to
Waynesville Furniture.
I
,
and Appliance
South Main Street across froin Granse Hall ,1
Telephone 2.422 - - -- g - OHIO ' "
.1
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,
------------, to her four time, and each time
he )ia- told me it, was so sud-
We are auth,o!rized by Dr.
herwood to announce the
hirth of a son to Mr. and Mrs.
50 Years
. . ... .
Ago,
(From the Miami Gazette ot
Augu t 3, 1 98)
Alreaq indications are in
' evidence that gas has been
stru k in our town, as improve-
ments have already begun : Esq.
Keys has had a new workroom
. built in th rear of I. E. Ke s'
harness shop; the I. O. O. F.
lodge has' erected a shelter for
A. B: Si ies' horse at the west
side of the ware hou e; Grant
Lewis, being' so inuch encour-
aged by late results, began dig-
ing a well in his back yard, but
'struck a vein of water at a
depth of fourteen feet. Veril y
things do move. ,.

UWomen have so little origin-
ality. ' "I presume you are
talking ,about some one
woman.' "Yep. I have proposed
. , Edwin Furnas on Sunday, July
A Gazett repre:entathe in ' 31.
den. "
atten :Ian e at the Miami ValleY , :I< ' * *
Chautauqua at Franklinl Mbn- One of the Philippine insur-
day, ha the pI asure and privi- , gent leade rs is a
lege of Ii tening to :l ad ____ wom,an whose life seems to be
1r _ from. Booker T. Wa harmetL he has often ru hed
t n, who tand' as the foremost iJravely. into the very feeth o'f
negro man of the world, today. ' death from uns and , cannon, .
Prof. Wa hington i principal but has neve-r been wounded.
,of an industrial school for color- , Frequently we people in this
ed people in Tuskegee, Ala- country who live so long- that
t nma, an j is termed the Mose their live seem chllrmed also,
of his race. 1 ut the only charm about it is
* * ::: . '
GRJ.ND' MID.. SUMMER
CLEARANCE SALE Men
tailor made uit --take our
choi e of all our finest suits
con i tinO' of ' ingle and Double
Breasted Unfinished Worsteds
with and without ,silk facing,
ilk-lined Cutaways . and Enl:1rsh
Clay Prince Alberts, $14.75.
Other suit $4.98 to 9.98: Boys'
all-wQol uits, $3.25. Trousers
for men and boys, 5oc to
$4.75.
the keep up their
and vitalize their blood with
that celebrated remedy, HOST-
ETTER'S STOMACH BIT-
TERs.
. . ' .
Wayrlesville Council has ap- '
pointed J. H. Coleman to fill
out the vacancy caused by the
death of councilman Theodore
Thom'pson.

NOW
It 1S said that it would take
ten men ,\lith scoop hovels to
throwaway money as fast as
the people of the United States
are wasting it in drink'.
, .to
, '

SAYS CREATOR PLANS
FOR DESTINY OF MAN
According to California del-
egate G. Russe1l Pollock, who
Will addre the general con-
vention of" ASSOCIated Bible
Students," tomorrow evening
at 'Chautau'qua, Ohio, the
Creator of man not.only know'
the ever day happ n in g of
but" irre pective oJ
what (nan mayor may not do
or what this nation ,or that na-
tion may do, working all
things toward the full accomp-
lishment of His foreknown and
predetermined plan.
to delegate Pol-
l ck who i I cturin (1' through-
out the nation and presentmg
his theme weekly ove r a net of
California radio stations. it is
God and He alone that knows
l
the end from , the beginnin )'.
The end, claims the speaker,
will not be the sma hing of all
earth's atom into universal
THE MIAMI PAGE 4'
WAYNESVILLE, OHIO No. 4380
THURSDAY, AUGUST 5, - 1948
arrive early for good seats, a
mu ' kal pro(1'ram , wi,n begin at
7:3 p. m. Admis ion' is free.
No o1l ection will be , taken.
CINCINNATIAN LOSES
FENDER ON MAIN ST.
The right r ar f nder of a
1 3 Chevrolet was n ariy torn
ff in a colli ion\ in fr ont of
,Fairley's H archyar tor last
aturday mor11lng.
The driver of the h vrnl t,
Vin ent M. MI..Glinn of Cin In-
nati, \Va iriving outh .on
Route 42 . Hi m (11 1', \V anng
a ':1, t n her f ot, \! a bing
taken in the ar t ' a Cincinnati
p'h. sician for treatment.
The cra. h occurre j when
Elm,er ' heehan of. Wayne-ville,
' hortl aft r uI1ing out of :t
parking laCe, cau. ht hi fr nt
I er in M Glum' fender,
ripping it I - . Damage t
" h 'ehan' wa ' light. Each
driver blam d the oth r" but
there , wa ' \10 arre t.
AT HAMILTON, OHIO
YOU CAN BUY
Dear Friends: '['he Thirteen-
th Annual Reunion of the Old
chool Association \v ill be held
at the s ho 1 house in thi lace,
aturday, August 20, 1898. Ex-
ercises ,,,ill begin at 11 o'clock
a. m. YOll are cordially invited
to be present. Your ola chool-
mate, Isabella Brown, ec y;
Will Henley, Pres. Annual due
10 cts.
chaos and disintegration, but at
the right and pr per time and in
the own way a' swift
halt , will be brought to the
destructive use of not only
atomic" but all other powers in
the hands of men- that have
been cOllceived and are ,being
planned for the annihilation of
races.
Tb make it possible for the
people uf the , Miami 'Vall ey to
hear this subject dLcu ed, the
auditorium will be thrown open
to the general public,. Friday
evening, Au ust 6, to hear the
lecture, "God's Plan for Man.
The lecture will begin at 8
Little Terry Ben t n of FairfieU
i a week with Mr. and
Mr . Delbert Can er, whi le hi '
pnent are on <.: va ation in
p r Mi hi gan', They spent
un,t l y at oLll'd ville Lakl!,
,A NEW 21-FOOT, 2-,nOOR ,
Coz,y ,MoIne Trailer.
, FOR' $475.00 'DOWN
BALANCE $12.00 PER WEEK
COMPLETE WITH ELECTRiC REFRIGERATOR
.BOTTLED GAS OVEN RANGE
ELECTRIC BRAIKES ' ,
. New Trotwood
$325.00 DOWN, BALANCE $8.00 A ' WEEK
Ne"W Alma
ALL ALUMINUM
$550.00 D<;lWN, BALANCE $12.75 A WEEK
Eaton's Moiel and X railer Sales
CORNER LINCOLN AND QIXIE HIGHWNi
HAMILTON, OHIO ,
in an wi h Mr'. Grac
chulel'.
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PATRONIZE
ADVERTISERS
'o'clock and will last one hour.
For those who would like to
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BUILDINGS CHATTElS AUTOMOBILES LIABILITY
,u4-WA Y FARM INSURANCE"
in me Ohio Pannen will give you broad, protectioo against losses
on your farm. It covers yout buildings. your chattels, your automobile
and your liabillt]r for accidents 'co' others. Why not Ice u.s today,?
You ..., JOU'ftl ufe whee JOu'ft' insured' fA me Ohio
. Karl DII " Dakin Insurance Agency
, OHIO 'AIMERS IItIUIWNI COMPANY
1
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I mornin,l(
t 1-5 aft moon' exc pt
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LENNOX Heating: Equipment
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6:30 & 8i30
ALWAYS COOL ALWAYS COMFORTABLE
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TODAY 8i. FRIDAY
ALBUQUERQUE
RANDOLPH SCOTT, BARBARA BRITTON, GEO., HAYES
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SUN.-MON. SAT. ONLY
THE SHOW YOU WAIT-
ED FOR SOPATIENTLY!
A Real.Sock Picture!
CEO.O'BR'IEN
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IN
LAWLESS VALLEY
And ,10th CHAP. SERIAL
Weekly Cash Award
TUES. ONLY
r -8I'MS.}I' ,
And late News A Real Small Town Hit!-
PLUS: THE Wall Flower
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ALAIN & QOROTHY , LAMOUR ---
NEXT THURS.-FRI.
IN
WILD HARVEST

6 :00 x 16 FIRESTONE
TIRES $13.95
(pJus tax)
ALSO FULL LINE OF
FIRESTONE "PRODUcrS
BATrERIES
TEXACO SERVICE
.. MAIN PHON 11M '
WAYNESVILLE. OHIO,
PAGE 5 THE MIAMI CAZETTE times. Don Lukens of l ocal- Edgin ton 0 0 0
WAYNESVILLE, OHIO No. 4380 ites .R'pt three hi ts, including- a
THURSDAY, 5; . 1948 ' doubl e, and Bob Hastings a tri- TEAM. 319 69 .96
S
PORTS'
LANT
ple Cl I)d a ingl e. Newl and of
the Cen ter ville ni ne hit t wo
tripl es and a singl e.
That evening Ih Leg-ion nille
FAIRLEY'S
irkpatrick 13 J 5
Osborn ... 1 3 8
Rickev . 16 5 6
Ryerson 9 3 3
8v
-pIa ed a twin hi ll witl; Mi ddl e-
town' Gardntr - Richardson
team and L , l anon's AlI- tars.
Th , I ,t the to Lebanon
by a 5-1 margi n and t aBard-
ner- Richa,ri on, whi ch l ayed
Hart ock 34 10 ,11
BOB O'REGAN
Fait hful followers of t he
l ocal' oft ball lea ue were t reat-
ed to an unexpected doubl e:.
header Sunday evening when
, m'inus Cl evel and Pend'ergast,
8-3.

P ank
Hopki llS
Rogers
Thompson
Huffman
' Vv' rkman
TEAM
33 '. 8
33 5
30 9
17 4
32 4
17 2
32 '6
297 65
' the Ameri can Legion ' . pI a ed
Charli e Johnson's Lebanon cl\lb
in the opener and Mi ddl et own
in the nightcap. No one is reall y
sure why Middl et own showed
up. Could it have been that they
just ar.ri ved. after a
mg 20 mil e tnp which 'com-
In OHe of t he wi l dest ,g-anle
pIa ed on the G ig'cr
Rr lind, J3ellbrook no ed out
Fai'rl ey 13- 1 _ in ne overtim
fram,e. Th I a:1 in the game
chan IYe:1 ten t ime r wi th . Fair-
Ie s a marker in the
sev nth t tI the re at 11-all
and s 11 1 the am int t he
overti me f rames:
KIER'S
Jmenced weeks ago ***
when Pender ghast an Com- There eem to be eveml
pany disappomted many .hun- mi infnrmed I cal softball er
reds? Any way the cel ebr ated and spectator ' who are n t
col ored chucker did not make ,a\'var.e. that the ruling whiCh
the tdp here a ai n, but my con'- prohibited th i 'nin of onn
, r ati n with a Mr. Wagner tt b, th Anh..-rican L 'gi n
, wh wa hal) i l ing the c1l1b in- wa one {f , the l aU r wn
di cat ed that bef ' re tLe ea - )[1 i ' making- and m ef i e t all c1 n.
ov r It hat Pender hast \\t ill ap- r "'l ,whi ch lIterall y
( I ff re:i t , I u ,th ropt: he,q the L S 1m "a'
2 'Lackey
Bail v
Murphy
, \ _8
'- chot nov'er
Mill er
,Dakin
C. Guinn
ilra :I ' y:
13 . Guinn
I ell
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Lu' ilgon
houp
l,l
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29
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14
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4
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t n ti him) on a un i ay night their a r ' n1d t t ,);d
card, Il1U h f or that. an, Le ionair who wa J1 l in Ti:' M
... ... go j 'tanOJJ1 11)" Ma v 1 7
2 3
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LEGION
tw ell J Zenni' r 13 11 1 r ok vote 0 11. Just t hat pomt by .th, a';,Vyer 1
ttl :' . Ull 13 1:.,; ' v' r ( f I ring 1- f ive, l eagl!e team ., T. f hompson 29
I , w und' up ill a vi t r . f r }J lously we,re l1.o t g!=> lI1 g t Jame ' ... 0
tl all ,' it I a _- 1 m:l1'll'in, and hi the , Moran 21
111 winni no' n rave up II cream, of el even mIllion vet- W rkman 34
two hiL, c-. , wlii l l' all w d S c o.t t " s appear- Bradl ey 24
th ce bi ll gles. an l a t week, even for Cook 23
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th rt. m mar /ri n, with Purk -f ,c have form,ed f or
the L lit iv hits 1 te t . had F:alrley s l <?st.
and 19 r of Fairl y" f ur . . c tt IS bem,g M. Thompson 5
un j y ' , aft fI10- 11 th e ' J,lII ed agamst. Followll1g hiS R. Price 16
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85 83 .280
MILLER'S
TOM THOMPSON LEADS
FIRST HALF HllTlNG
Tom Thompson of the
Ameri an Lebion js the batting
I ad r at n j of the first
hal of ct ivit ies with a . 515
a ra e, He is foll owe i by
Will i 'lm on of Bell br ok .451J)
Jam f an 1 .Ral ph -
Dumtor j are tle:i for third and
fourth pl ace wi th an even .40 '
whi l 13 b 0 ' born of f airley's
is fifth with . 381 . The top t en ,
are roun ed out by Moran
Legi on, . 2; Bai l ey, Kier's:
. 357; Hart ck, .324 ;
an j Murph , Kier's an j Dill
pring valJey, . 32 1. '
Thompson has also scored
the mo t runs, 15 and has t he
most doubles, si x. Moore and
Wright of Bellbrook have
e j the pl ate t wel ve times t o
there. Hopkins of Fairlc ' s
is ahead in the t hree-bagger
fiel d with two, whil e Hartsock ,:

FORIISALE:
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Equipment i
See , Harry hemal
at the GAZETY'E
of the same t eam with t hree __ __
home. runs is the " Babe Ruth"
of the ci rcuit.
PEACHES FOR SALE
Var ietie : As They Ripen
COLDEN JUBILEE
CUMBERLAND
HALE HAVEN
LATE RED
BRING OWN BASKETS
POFF' S ORCHARD
lAo East of Light
CENJERVILLE, OHIO
SCRATCH PADS
10 cents per pound
at
THE MIAMI GAZETIE
THEIR SECURITY RESTS'
WITH YOU! '
Ye's, the educati on of ' ,
chil dr n, t hei r entire
far , i your respon ibilify. [ : '. '
charg:e it cons,cientiously a:: J
EASI LY by REGUL\I.-
L Y. We are ready to help \ \ 1 ,
now. Stop in !
terville, and 10 t under prote t 111m If. h ul d ' th l eague vot e
by a 1 -;8 score .. The wa ' to. the ol d r egul ati on, '
a , e- aw ' battle all wa ,' whl h It. did. Your par agrapher
Wi th the l ead ,changm fOlir hop, s till expl anati on wHLhetp
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, Or Anything Electrical ly CIUSl1lg ' dvi e t o dis
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ke p.' the !eagu strong by, x-
House - Barn - Outbuilding2' hlblt1l1g and team spi rit
or l s,c makt: . . the league strong
b wl thdrawmg f rom the pic-
ture ompl et ly., Or xercis .
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, AUCTIONEERING Just be your all egations
__ _ , can proven when nece ary.
STANLEY and KOOGLER RelT! ember l eague official , in-
BROKERS L.CENSE cIud1l1g the ' president onl
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DELIVERY' DAYS Spitl er 38 3 11 '.28 9
,Hidy 28 6 8 ' .28 6 1'778 362 456 .256
STOKES DAIRY'
Hoffman 28 'S 8 .286
Same ,Delivery Day Each .Week, T. Zerinie 30 5' '8 .267
Moore 27 1'2 7 .259 TEAM
Ridinger , 4 1 1 .250
Kener 4 0 1 .250 ' Bellbrook
Wright 26 12 6 .231 Fairley's
, Fraak Sibcy ' J. Zeilnie t 5 2 3 .200 Kier's
' . ,' Barkett 8 0 1 .1 25 , Legion
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In addition to range-beauty of which they are ., d happil)
proud. they have discovered thrilling cooking :lnd baking
performance - pIns undreamed-of convenience and fuel-econom. '
Come ,in. tet us y6u , why Copper Lining, Fi\'-e J y Thermot.
Construction. Airtight Oven, Removable Enamel Panels
and a host of other remarkable make the
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6 - GREAT stoRES - 8 {"
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FOX HOLLY
, '
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that weekly thriller-diller just One of the -, best romantiG
Ladd as gang foreman will give
any of you c;: enough acti on and
th ang fights are very good
as mu h rough- ami'- tumbl e
battlin takes place. Dot J.- am-
our pl' vi j e th spark in La jd's
e '
two weeks away from the hits the screen for
special free matinee shows (2 next Tuesday only. I ' really
& 4 p. m.), August 21, 'for hope the ticket-taker nee js
those who have all eleven sec- extra hands' to get all of you in
tior).s on their Mountie card because "Wallflower" is a
punched." I ,Now, That Summer so true to any small tlOwn like
Is Gone IS the Bros. ours. When ,one sister is pretty,
hart the program ... hope ' personable and popular a.nd the B lib k N
that htle has not , a toC) ' 'si nifi- " other , is a wallflower with ' e,' roo ,oles '
ambitions for .masculine con-
(
Enroute to Waynesville via .. quest, there are sure to be om- ' SHAHAN HOOP RITES
the The, Riley) "April Showers docketed for ' pli atibn_, not to menti n 0 11- -
'Fl ash: Annabell e mith,' local
Ga.J., was the lucky Mountie
card holder last Saturday
evening.
Sunday-Monday headliner fun for the audience. Mi s Ph llis Shahan and
gives to you the much repeated ThiS IS another of those \6n '- Robert Hoop \'{ere marri ed
of hardworking vaude- running Broadway ta!ye shows past week at the Pre byterian
Ville family who finally crack adapted ' by Ph ebe and Henry Church. 1'h ori:i e wa's attend-,
the top circuit after years of Eph!on from the tage pIa y ed by hc! r sister Jani cej Sue
struggle. Jack Carson and Re _'maid D nham an j Mar y Adam, Norma Saylor, and
,S'?thern depict the Tyne family Orr.. . 1 who is a
The western loving folks With. t 2-year . old Robert Ellis J C?yce is the shy girl, 111 e of the o')'oom. Emerson
' certainly have an opportunity p!aymg th.e child Who will worni forced mto the, by Darbyshire, a brother-in-law of
BRJErViEWS:
to see' a big outdoor picture ' h!s way mto your hearts with her glamorous Sister, Janis the OT OOlll, sang f ur song and
.tbnight and tomorrow when hiS performance. Everybody is Robert Hutton is the bi g Mrs. Linda eou Bledsoe played
Randolph 'Scott b'attles his way frank and ' easy-going and li Q' ht in both sisters eyes. You h the pi ano. The lmr h was 'iII -
through some unusual scenes in having an enjoyable time, even experience a picture of family , ' ed with relat: es and friends. A
Paramount's epic of the West, witn their occasional tears, and life in a small town with alt of ' re epti on for 150 guests was
"AJ.buquerque." Coupled , with I .hQnestly believe this mood the neighbors ' given ' at Highview Te.rrace. '
George Hays, that Will be transferred ,to those of and the. damaging ' effects of :room was'attended by the
veteran player, and you who alway.s say, IIJust give local that should! provide bride, s brother.
with Barbara Britton for love- me those vaudeville days 77 iumutes of wholesome en-
interest, the story Is really big again." The Warner News will joymenLfor all. Edward Anlold The Bellbrook Garden Club
in all its' doings an-d' should sat- ' screen for you the highlights of is the father of the gil'\.5 and his held its annual picnic at the
isfy all even though the recent Democratic con- ' best lines are where he rebels , mith farm, N1 auction netted
THE MIAMI GAZETTE PAGE 6
WAVNESVILLE, oHIO No. 4380
THlJRSDAV, AUGUST. 5, 1948

Mr, M. F. Weltz ' and I
'daughter, Mi Anne' W ttz, and
Mr_. c. iLee Hawk \\ ere in .01-
uml U- . 1a t week wh n Mi s
Anne Weltz t ok hr entr an e
xamill ati 11 at t he ' Cap'ital
ni\lc r it .' They al- a ca\1 ct on
B 11 Hawke wh ha heen re-
1l1oved t hi h m after '
eral weeks iIln . at Grant
H
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Mr. an:l Mr . Inl O. Brown
and s ns joine 1 in a picni
llnday evening at Cold, prine
with Mr. an,d Mr : Claren
W av.er, Mf. an j ' Mr. Milo
Fen1 , Oa vi j- and Dan Wea-
ver; an j Harriet 'W i Tom
F al , all of Franklin .
Mr. and Mr -, Earl Walker
and Kenny of Dayfon. Mr. and
Mr . P. E. and Terry of
Fairfield spent aturday with
Mr. "and Mrs. Delbert Conger.
Mr, ' a'nd Mrs, Ray Mainous
and son Don, and R. B. Peters
attended a reunion in Hamilton
unday.
some of them' may not be ventioA, or shoU1d I have kept 'against, all women. a nice sum: for the treasury.
inveterate fans. Saturday night that a secret in this hot-beet. of " Although , community is ' . The Garden Club is i ' , '
an old returns as ... Ohio, that is. thru with wheat ,harvesting, mg to m,ake several entries in Mr. and Mrs. VI\ gil F. Rus I
George O'Bnen slugs his wa,y i:I?ad Minds Ba,by," , next rThl,l rsd ax ' . Friday' s , the flower show . . and daughter of Lebanon were
throug,h 1,'Lawless Valley" to whIch IS the supportmg short, attractIOn, 'Wtld Harvest" ' Shirley and , Be,verly Hodson week-end , gue ts of Mr. '
triumph over the ' ,perhaps I should mind my own should be worthwhHie. With' had their tonsils remo ed Mon- ' Mr , J e s Thomas. '
, forces of evil. And don't .forget business, period. ' Alan Ladd in tne, driver's seat day and recoverin r nicely. \. '
of the Canadian Mlounted" -- the country with many hardy Forty .per cent of all 1947 \1 ' ft'"
-the 10th chapter of "'Dangers ' the audience will ' travel across 'tV\1\\J
brings you faithful' followers of E 0 SCOTT men equipped with massive traffic deaths occurred on week- t" I\t\! -". \
, , c,Ombines to service whole com I e,nds. Drive carefully oil Sat- ' \\ \\\-, Iiil , . :"\,:
' . , ml:1nities in one Undertaking. urday, Sunday '- - and every _ ..........;:;.. 'J' " ..:
day !
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P"GE 7 THE MiA,MI
WAYNESVILLE, OHIO No. 4380
THURSDAY, AUGUST ' 5, 1948
A FARM DIARY-
by D .J. FRAIZER
-.
edge out to look ahead and every roadside stand, fields
there is a car just starting up and fields of beans Qnd
the hill on the other side, or p tatoe. . ,
there is a 'curve ahead and no Too bad that we could not
chance to pa s, AAd so on mile have televisoned it all to the
after mile. Russians. I wonder if Stalin
Then cornes the .turnpike himself kno, s what we have
with no cross roads, tour lanes, here in America. Of course 'he
plenty of trucks but no place does not dare to let his people
where you can not pass and it know I ut do he and his men.
- is. to your speed down, know? The millions of cars on
July 31, '1948. Vacation is t(!) IS safe. The speed the road, the towns full .of
'Oyer and we got home the very limit is 79 miles an hour but though notenoug'h for
day ,that they . hreshed the I try to stick to 55. Part of the ' all the people, the quantities of
wheat and the oats. The wheat roads through Eastern Penn- still uncultivated land, the fact-
'vasn't quite as good as we , hop- sylvania and New Jersey was ories, the farms, the lakes, the
' .:d but the oats came aut better just as bad for trucks but many rivers the happy carefree crowds
than 'we expected. The pastures parts Were and four lane at all the ..esorts-all the things
are ' green from the recent rains roads. ' that go to make America - -
and the corh looks fine. We Out of New"York .and! rest all the thjngs that could be had
. .....- have a nice new heifer calf. of the way to Boston there are by all the people of the world-
Everything is growing, \ dndud- . parkways where no truck'S are if they had chance to get
ing the weeds. allowed and all cross traffic is them by workmg for them.
taken care of b
v
special en-
This year I 'drove to Marble- trances. The parkways for
head, Mtass., by way of New speed ',and pleasant driving but
York but. 1 did not have ti.mlt even their ,carefully landscaped
to stop m New York CIty. , areas become monotonous and
Everywhere 1 passed in OhIO we are glad to tclte some of the
Pomona Grange met in the
gymna ium Saturday evening
Dinner Wa erved in' th ... h,lme
econ mi s
Mr. and Mrs. \"'r/, P. McCar-
ren of . ; ent nl "
weekend at their hom .... here.
Mr. and Mrs.' John Denn
and n and Mrs. W, C Tichen-
or of I Dayton spent Sunday af-
ternoon at Mr. _ Tich nor's
home,c'The
ter of Columbus were guests
last week of Mrs, Tetrick's par-
ents, the Rev. and Mrs, J. P.
Thornberr'y.
Mrs. Alice Urton celebrated
her 92nd birthday anniversary
aturda y and on Sunday she
was the -guest of honor at a
d'inner given by relatives In
Dayton.
Mrs. loa Collins spent un-
day morn-ing near West Liberty
where she enjoyed on, ,excursion
through the Ohio Caverns.
Mr. and Mrs, George Wall
and sons and Miss KathIe rl
Graham have left for a tour
of the East and Niagara Fall 0 "Thursday Will. Gustin .
Mrs Albert Reynolds enter- was vIslt.ed by hIS cousms, th.e
, ' " DelM arals Sisters, and, their
tflmed the B, Y. F. dmner mother, Mrs. Julia Gustin Clark,
at h?me, Sunday , of Covington, Ky., on their
MISS Janet Doster, Mlss LOIS way home '(rom giving an enter
. Doster, Chas. tainment at the Payette Coun-
Elltson, Vlrgtl Cox, Howard ty Fair . in Washington C. H.
Doster and Fred Wall returned Travelling by trailer, the girls
home Sl:lnday from a at present entertainment featuring
the BaptIst Ca":I
p
, Ene. a magic act at. fairs, hotels, and
A 'commumty plcmc' was theatres," , I
held Sundav at Jacobs Park in
Wellman.
Mrs. Carl Tetrick and daugh-
PATRONIZE GAZETTE
ADVERTrSE,R8 and they were ' side roads that go through the ::ssset1
wheat. There were small towns and villages though visited Mr. and Mrs. Joseph
some fiel s cut and shocked but , it makes slower trave1ing. . Hietman at their trailer home mtllllMllllllnlllllllIHllimmmmmmllDlHHlIIlIIlllIMlIlIllHHlnllllmllllnnHIWWHIHnmIIHJI1111U1.
very At that time, This time after a visit to .the on WIlmington College ' campus _ _
July ,elfJhth, there fIelds . and a tr!p to aturday. _ I
where hey were workm
a
but Mame we went to VISit frfends Sgt. H:iF'old Smith bas receiv- BIG M-a "growing-" favor, ite __ _
Inany that had not. starte who have a cabin on a small ed a promotl'on to Saff Ser-
. The Pennsylvama Turnpike lake neat Conway, New Ham- = :-: '
lS a wonderful .. road. bl;lt'you lose pshire. The tiny lake lay like a isGnow statiohned. in === BIG M for maximum yield neCthds, . .
-L: st f tl e t me gained there el e erg, erman
v
, avmg ::E: of your wheat cropl BIG M every ert! Izer eanng e
III 0 0 II . . nll'rror for the hl'11s and '''oods B J
1
-, h - BIG M b d f .=
th d t h d rth k been moved from er tn, were E for highest market quality I ran per onns up 9E5
on e roa s a eac I" pm around it. From there we went he spent two and one half ;;;;;; A_..I -t'. --= _,_u ._ to becauae it == 1
that,l up every II m en on througn the White Moun- - tbM ia alwA,Ja made up to hipeat
nsylvama m back of a truck ex- talns and across Vermont to ),ears. While our immediate coo. . atandardl never doWD to iI!5i :
cept on the fO,ur lane roads. The Burll'ngton wh' ere we ' took the Mrs. D. H. Fite and daugh-, ;;;;;;;;oJ fl' a price.
ter Mrs Frede I 'ck Mu' thert and _liE cem is that 0 .upp YIIle .- ;
road f,rom. Hig'. hway. 40 to the fe, r,ry across Lake Champlain, . , " r more hich-potash-conteftt
T k 1 11 d ked Shirlev Alone of Glendale were, .E!!I .
ur.nPI e IS 11' y , an croo . then along Lake Champlain to Sunday dinner p'uests of Mrs. E5i Ord.r -.r,bDaI joaur cfMlu Io. w..
and only .t,:vo lanes, so whe.n ,Ie, Lake George. scenic L.c)ui Fite and Jane Fite. = '" MI i FertmzerCompany =
,xO\L get behmd a there IS c'ountry but 'alas, most of tbe Mr. and Mrs. Em'erson Mas- e O=':E-DAYTON, OHIO ' .
little chance passmg. UP a!1
d
way it rained so that we could ters anq sons, .terry and Tom- = N OHIO =
up the long hllls you go while not see all the beauty. mie, left Saturday for a two- 55 FACTORY-liE BEI ,
the heavy truck moves more '" "" k at' . 1,..1 _== The Miami Pertlll.u Complttly" ... ' "
' and more slo,vly and the pro- , hen acr?ss N w Y 0,1 k wee vac Ion m rlor "a. :,r:;:,.ed1-::' =
cession behind it gets .longer State, Pennsylvama, and OhIO. . Mr. ' and 'Mrs. Cluence a3 = ,
.. . 0
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I
. NOTICE
CLASSIFIED AD RATES
PER WORD MINIMUM 25c
I . ANTIQUE FURNITURE-
DON T FORGET :r
O
ai red and Refin'ished. All
msuran -e. types of work
msura.n e at a savin S. Call CHAS. C. COOK and SON
FranCIS Cfelle BrEwn, phone PHONE 2645 W vn viII O'
WaynesYlll e 2 12 r . call ' a.r ..
es
e,
collect. Wilmington 2111. -624
I SEll THE EARTH- BIDS SOUGHT
___ _ _ ___ _ ___ J' _ _ _
IF YOU HAVE ANYTHING
in Real E-tate for sale, in
touch with Ben E. Cline. lic-
ensed broker, Sprin.1{ VaHey,
Ohio, 'in Real E tate Bu ines
since 1911. Experience tells.
-----------------------
. ealect 'proposals will be 're-
ceive i.b
v
the Board of. Educa-
t ion, Wayne Local' School Dis-
trict of Warren County, Ohio"
:1t the Office of the Clerk in the
HiO'h Sch 01 Buildin.!?: 'in Wayne
T wnshi '\ Waynesville, Ohio, Try me and see.
-826 until 1_ o cl ock Noon Eastern
------.;-------....;. Standard Time, 14,
FOR SALE-
194 for all labor and mater-
i,ds necessary for the ' erection
" of a 2- to
ONE PAIR ROLLER RINK the pres nt school-bus garage
Shoe Skates, sizt! 8. Cal according to plans and specifi-
2634, H. E. Elstro. '- inj cations on fil e with the Clerk
: :"'940 TON and a half Chev- of said Board of Education.
J\ Each bid shall be accom:.
..
!'i olet tru k, grain he i . ' aynes- pani ed by a bond, with Surety
ville " , f t t th
Ii' .. Ll 'LTc':: .::aU5 ac r a e
Phor. 2371 , B of EduLation, or by cash
-Se lected tree ripened Roaches-
ter p aches. The best yell ew
\'- .free stone. Blemish peaches
/ j1.50 bu. Bring ..
0 ' c rtifi d cheCk on a solvent
bank in th State of Ohio. The
amount of said bond, cash or
cert.ifi d check shall be equal
tp 5% ,of the total amount of
the I;>i j and the hond shalt be
in fa '.'01' ' f the Bpar j of Educa-
tion ' f 'the L School
Di strict of Warren County,
Ohio. The cash or certified
; Oth,s yello\ <md white
peache later. Ling', Fwit
l
'Farm on Cylo and ada!
Row Rd. ii4. , mile W. of
Ferry. ' -85
t .seller Breakfast set; 1 Kit- check .shall be forfeiteCi if ,the
IChen Cabinet with m'atching bidder fails to 'enter into con-
utility side cabinets. ' Good tract wi th the said, Board of
" condition. Mrs. Sur- Education within ten (10) days
face, Phone 2917. . -712 after Notice of A'cceptance of
--...:-----.--.... ' --, -::---::-:-= . his proposal; if the award is
WHITE IVORY made to said bidder. The Board
: RAlDlp . . RUt:l
s
on of Education reserves right
, l?attenes .and a B battery t to reject any and all (nds.
. ' are available _ ,at '5 B order of the Board of
are any ime. er feld -E uca -ion.
Elstro, 2634. C 'vV. Barnhart
HELP WANTED-- Clerk, Bd. of Education.
\ '
GIRL to run cash register. Call LOST
at Dot Food Market -ind
GRANGE PICNIC
I Box Brownie Camera lost off
'running board of. car on 73 or
'42 Sunday, July 25, Call J,ack
Preston 2929.
The Hom e Economics
Committee of Far,merS Grange
No. t 3 invites all grangers and I..;OST -In vicin.itv of ' Routes
families to the Annual Gral1ge 73 and black, tan and
Picnic Aug. ' 7 at ' Smith's white female terrier. Ans-
Park at :30 P. M. The com- wers to the name of 'Juli."
A, ' Waynes-
a nomlnal charge urges -86
members to attend. 5 W A N TED ' "
NOnCE
tnr APPOINTMENT
ur COWS $11.00
: Estate of Enima O. Kersey
D;!ceased. '
Nf'.flce is hereby, given that
:,)c.hn \\1. "el f'ost
Office address is Waynesville,
Ohio has , been duly appointea
IS 'Executor of the Estate of
Emma O. Kersey" late of War-
rell County
t
. Ohio, deceased.
Dated thlS 9th day of July
.t948. I , '
C. atty. ,
' H. ' .
VI, tf,e ,Coqrt
, Wttrreri ' ,Ohio. J
7 T fa ,fTt !
WANTED!
HORSES . ' :' 9.Q()
Hoes ' 3.00 cwt.
Ace ........ ', ..... a c .... " ....
" AIao, AU SM.\LL STOCK
"!$MOVED PROMP11.Y
PIaoae "
XE,NIA '\.
1712 2362 ,
-- THE MIAMI GAZETTE
WAYNESVILLE, OHIO
THURSDAY,
YOU!
POSITIVELY MUST!
order your Tru'ck apd Bus-
iness Signs, now or else
pay "much more" in ' just
a few days, states Stan-
ford Bogen -:- sign
& truck sign artist of Mor-
row, Ohio. He pays 10%
to anyone whe sells a sign
' for Sell ' yourself a
sign now and save 10.%
and also a 30% higher
cost. Stanfard Bogen
Signs make you money.
. --..;819
'NOTICE OF APPOINTMENT
Executor
, Estate of S. H. Burnet De.
ceased.
At' the 'tast meetirig ,of 'the
American t-Jost 6-15,
Cpl. ' of the State
H i.ghway , a.
bnef orlentaiton on the forma-
tion of the new "Disaster Relief
Program." .
For 'ou To Feel Wt"
24 bours every day, 'f d ays , eVllr:!
we k , ever stopping, the kidneys filte r
Wli ..lIotter froto i'he b ood.
i: lIore people wore a ware u( It '" the
1<11 "lC':S JDust constantly r omoy s ur-
p.i\au tl uid excess acids llod ut h (lr W,Slat
matter that cannot stoy in bl bod
without Injury to bealth. t hp,re would
bll better' understand ing , 0.( t e
wbole ill u pset wh n ,<ld oeYI Call
. to C' lTlotltlD .
11 'un y or l OO Crequll J1 t
tlon lon:eLi mel wnrns thllt lom"t \ 111
il wrong; Y ou1may sulfer llll\rgi n" blAck
.. ' 11-J. es. rlle!lmati
..... (I .mJ. "ettl ni u'p at nlghtr. ,
Why Dot try Doa,,', Pill", You ,;w
usi.lll: a ml'dicioe recommended th.
, ' (1 unlry over, Lloa,,', stimulate t bo (uno-
tl:l n of ,the kldnc)'ll and belp th m to ,
RWlh out poillonoUII ' waite , (rom ths
blood. They DotbinC harmful.
Qat 1)OG"" today. u.. " Ith c:onfldeoeo.
all d"'r IItb:ea. \
NORRIS BROCK COMPANY
Cincinnati Union Stock Yard.
Liv. Wire 'and Progr lv" An
oraanization Mcond .lo non
Strictly 11.... on the beet
aI' around market In ' ttt.
country. ,.,
SERVICE THAT eATI9FIEe
,WlHIO Dayton 12: 51J E. 8. ,
Dial U,IO. Cin.clDDau
11:40. Dial 700. for Our Dally
Harket Report..
100 ' PER ,CENT 100
OWNED.
The uDisaster. Relief Unit"
will be comprised of volunteer
Legionnaires ' who will recieve
traming from the High-
way Patrol. The purpose is to ' Por
traan and o.rganize Legiorlaires . Greater Safety of Farm Owner- .,
from every county in OhiG into ,
efficient, .fast-moving relief ship ,
'units cap'able of taking over in '. Finance with a Loaa
all maJor ' disasters such as; LONG TERMS - . ,
floods . . ' explosions, or , major LOW IINTEiu:sT
Legionaires who net REPAYMENT PRMt.f.GES
present at the last D),Ceting, are , LOAN .
requested to' contact Command- Room 5 Old Bank Blda.
Notice is, ,hereh" giv:en tha .
er. CheSter Carey for fUAher in- . , 11._S. Broadway
formation concerning pro- LEBANP". OH,O Phoae 488
gram. EQia H. Sturm, Sec'rT...... .
':JATRONIZE' GAZETTE

LEBANON FARM
Harry Burnet Post 9,f-
fice 'IS . 'Waynesville.
Ohio, R. 2 bas QuI v' ap"-
pointed , as Qf tbe
Estate of S. H.. late of
Warren County, ,(l)hio; deceas- I .
ed. ..... -....,,.
Dated this dav of ,July
i.948. ", ... ' .
C. Donald Dilatush, Atty. ' ,
Ralph H. Carelr , .' ,
Judge of the' Probate Court
,Warren County, Ohio. '
-812 , .
Y 0UD8 Man (2&-35)
to learn merchandising. Some
Idling ex,perience ,preferred.
list high school graduate ..
llooC! salary to statt. Excellent
SlI'P0rtunity for
" 04.1', .
' e
tage
& SOn.
S' 4 Rtw ....
x .. ia o. "
.
Apply in person.
X E N I It . -fertil'izer
I t .. , \.
J. C. PENNEY Co.
E. G. Buchsieb Inc.
Miamisburg, Ohio
'.'
-
SAND aad GRAVEl,. , .
DJUVBS
. TAR .... ROAD OIL
( LAWN and
, READY-MIX CONCRETE
EXCAVATING aael DUMP _ TRUCK
'-
It Says
Here
Club to Hold
Ladies Night
T h
-]'" Farmers to Help
, ' e,I.lI, amI-, 'Fill 'Food 'Train
, By Smitty
The Wlaynesv.iUe Civic ' Club
will hold a ladies' night meet-
ing ,at 7 p. m. MJonaay in the
Methodist Church b-asement.
Tbe speaker will be named, la-
ter. , ,

Little Linda Morgan, the Judge Gorman of Cincinnati SERVING WAYNESVILLE SINCE 1850
INo. 4381 FIYE CENTS A COPY'
' motorized.' ,has ,had been selected for the
been gettmg In trim lately by' er, but early this week he wrote
circling her back yard on the . that federal business will re- W,.AYNESVILL-, OHIO -
THURSDAY, A'UGUST 12 1948
"Doodle Bu'g." The red motor quire ' him to be in St. 'Louis.

weeks she gets "the urge" to - .... ----- 00
limber it up again. , SATTERTHWAITE FAMILy '1 Std' At t
When 'Ute current spell of HONORS VIRGINIA GUESTS .0 a.eguar' , 0 OIS S
came upon, Linda, nine ,Mr. al)d MrS. C. I. Sattertll- . The Pennsylvallia
cents worth of gaSOline 'went waite, son and daugh.ter or began MOll
da
y to remove a SIX-
into the Bug's little tank Aaexandria, Va., were, recen ' by-eight foot extension from' its
and its controls were 'set tor 1 guests of re'latiV'es ", here and
I ' . d F I were honor guests at a fa'mily here, in to .give
S o,w.crUlsmg spee or sev:ern gathering at the , home' of Mr. motonsts a bette. r v leVI, of th,e .
evemngs now, she ,has been h h d
roaring aroum! the shrubbery and Mrs. Jess Thom'as. A .line approac mg t e gra e
with parents and neighbors egg- , dinner and reunion were en- crossmg of Route 73.
'h Sh' t Joyed by , Removal of the . extension
er on. e never seems 0 and Mrs. C. I. Satterth- had been suggested by tocal
waite and family of Alexandria, ,board
sec(et lies in barefoot. Russel and daughter, Mr. and said It would Ip.,'3.ke the crossm:g
Th
Mrs. Herman Stibbs and son safer f,orschool buses. Joze:f
e scooter has a handlebar Mr and Mrs Charles Satterth: ', 'McCoy, in charge of the statiOrll,
, con'trol ,. w,hich races, the ' engine waite and family, Mr. and Mrs. said it will also the station ",
ftill-speed when the rider. lets Arthur- . Sum.n1er . of Lebanon mor:e compact, ltghter" and
,go ,of the lever. '50 whenever Mrs. Tolle, Mr. and Mrs: easier to heat. ,
Linda faUs off the Boodle Bug, . h d
it roars twice as loud. But.she Warren of CentervIll.e, . ,extension, ouse an
I calmlv reaches for the switCIl Mr and Mrs. MQrns, , operator s booth the days
and ' turns it off. Janet. Morns, Mary when passenger trams stopp'ed
A few minutes. after a spill, Oltve Cur!ls '0.(. Sabma,. J. at the Corwin Station. Now It is
I saw Linda again . family of flO longer need,ed .
Kella.r Hoak is chairman for
Wayne Township of the Christ-
ian R ural 'Overseas Program
, (CROP), which is' planning to
form an Ohio "food train" for
relief of war-toni nations.
Warren County's goal is
three freight cars of wheat an4
other commodities. A!ugust 24
is the delivery date for food-
stuffs, while cash donations may
be ma.de at any time to Hen.ry
Hudson, treasurer, Box is 2,
Lebanon. ' "
CROP will accept $'ifts 'of
any kind of food. PeTlshables
'Will 'be. conver.ted into cash to
items suitable for 'ship-
ptng overseas.
Boy Scout Troop 40 will
stage a paper . drive' Saturday
. August 28. This will be a curb
. pickup . . It is suggested that aU
paper and magazines . be in .
bundles Or in cartons and be on
the curb not later than 9 :00 a .. ' ,
, m.
sedately on her ' swIng. Enougtl Dayton
Ci
.. , About 50 local children were , .
must have been erlough. - Mr .. , Mrs. , OIl. taken to Con2 Island 0" n 'three KENNEUi 'M .
." _ ' l .oralOe Compton -of Spr.mg'. , . Federal author-ities"
Don't forget to devote a few Valley, Robert ' Crawford, . of trucks yester ,ay by Beeman. , The . n"ew superintendent announGed migratory waterlowl
minutes Saturday Ito pondering Xenia; Miss Geraldine C,omp- stewart for the annual "Dot Wayne Township ' IS hunting regulations fOf the
the bleSSings of peace. Three ton and Robert Berry of Troy, Food .. Day" sponsored by the Kenneth M. Retallick, who is seaso,n. the Mississippi
years -ago on AAlgust 14, the Henry Satterthwaite,: Miss Ruth . (hllU of ' {ved store}: ot wn.:-h moving here from northeastern tlyway, which Includes AJ
shodting war with Japan ended. Satterthwaite, Mr. and Mrs. Mr. tewart's store 'IS a pa.':"t. Ohio. His, wife, Mrs. Carolyn season of 30 consecutive days
At 7 p.m. , that da.y, Pres. Tru- Harry Satterthwaite, Misses ' ( , Retallick
,
has als.o been hired is prescribed, opening Oct. ,29
man announced that the war .Betty. arid 8'onnie ' Satterth- Mrs. Lester. as a high school teacher for and' extending to Nov. 2], over,
over, though it wasn\t -un- waite, 'Byrd Lackey and the went maJor. operabop .at the year. . I the w'h.ole state" except Pymat"
HE ' B" StanS. ?;
U'RE,tA,' BOR ANo-loBoard Faces Suit to and including
ment of vrart de t 7 ' "" lit - ' Several hundred Wayne There is to be n,o shooting be.
'/ INDUSTRY. PORTRA!EDBY FAIR
War I. " " ( , GREnlNGS' " 7, but the hour \Vh n <:lasses one-ha.lf hour before sunrise tQ
. , _ . will start in the morning has not one hQur b fore suns t. .
This is an op.en, letter to , ' uo behalf 01 the people of yet been fixed by the school Bag 'and limits for .
one who is probably too ,lame .. , Ohio, It I.e my honor anel the new superinten- ducks in the Mississippi' flyw:ay;
brained to read. So 'If you liege to welcome ,ou, to til. dent. Additioil of two new buses. t t . 1 d Oh 'II
a person, ,pass tbe l.1lessage 94th annual Ohio State Fair. late last sprinO' .is expected 'to s a es, me u mg 10, WI re ..
on III words of one syllable. As Governor, and as a' Citizen ' enable all to start at the main: the same as last year - ..
Up until !ast Saturday night, of this great State. 1 tat. ' s.ame., this year for the fbur a day and eight .in} possess-
I had conSidered, Waynesville much pride In' this educational fir t III ' 30 years. ion. . ,
people as be,ing wertliy of trust portra,al of 'our .grleultUral At' {l special board meetin ' . Geese: D,aily baR' and possess-
- .. to the extent of and IndnstriaJ prodocth,n. Monday, Mrs. I:lsie, Stroud was. i?nt 'f?ur, ' including in , such
leavmg my car o'n the street We Ohioans have alway. hi red' as and food buyer in limit two Canada geese,
without having to lock it tightty. . been proud of 'our State Fair th ' grade school. . Mrs. Winifred or two wlute-fronted' geese, or
Of course,' it's common sense because It gives recognition to Hart,sock will cook tbere. ' Mrs. one ot each. , . . '
fo remove the ignition key" but til. extreme importance of the Oram Shoup will cook and buY Coots: The Bag hmlt reduced
I think' tfie::-wjrutO-ws had (ertilit1 of 'our soil and tbe In- he_ high school, ,and ' from 2'5 to, 15 a da V, and
,to be rolled up 'these hot days. . genuit, and skill in Agricul;-- Iyn Adams will cook., not mOre than that number in
The illusion. was Sat- , ture. Labor- and as - , possession.
urday when 1 retume to the car well as the most modem devel'! S 't -. f' '1- d I' " Rails and Gallinules: Sept ..
oplqents and improvementa ID , UI wa I e t 11S week at b 1 tOt b 3
the headl,ights bum- these fields. It is Indeed I fact gain t the Wayne Township em er, a coer O.
mg. Probably ' the prankster that ProYidence haa rlchl, en- Scho0l Board oy Mrs. Lula Bo- . Woodcock: October 8 ItO
""no turned tllem .on thinks he . thJ, 8 State, and -the peo- , gen..f $2,1,00' November 6. Bag limit
has a s:ense of humor. He pie who ,call it home. ' w:hlch . she alleges IS que nero as last year.
He has He ., R I feel ' .are that thb Fair .. ' Was seventh grace '. , ,..;
aidn't know. whether I'd. come ' BE . win .urpa .... ' ail prevlool .t- in the Wayriesv'ille ,
back befOre the battery ran' DeetarfJll thai "w. 'Ohloana tulv. fort. ,ID attendanc .. and leGit" ScPO() 1 system previous to .,th.e . FOR MRS. WM. RICKEY
Clown. He ,didn't care whether I ' ,ahyays been proud of oUr State Fail' (SllDed) Thom .. J. Herbert schOOl ,Year. She IS ,. ' ,'
had to pay a recharging bill. He ' . because -it gives recognition to the -Governor of OhlQ by' , .the law firm Miss Frances' Whitaker gave
just didn"t think. . utnme Importance of our son and ' of 'Maple and Maple. ' a shower at 'her horne in lytle
Because of a character like the 'and skill In Agrldul- WI educational portra'1t\1 ' ,.' 'to, I, thursday evening for Mrs.
that, I'll have to lock .my ca'r agricultural and fndustnal ;roctall- : SPRIN'GBORO SCHOOLS ' William a recent bride.
,even j,n Wayn.esvitle .hereafter. predicted tliat the gdli Obfo -State tfon," stated the Governor. eaJI!. OPEN SEPTEMBER 1111' . The olor scheme was
Other would do we,ll to .. Augult u Septem- lng attention . to .the fact that thf.. Th ' " . " , .;: . . and white\ The bride received
lock their too. The poten- bU 8 ,"WIll all ef-, 1eat'S "fair ' will portray the mOBil : e. ,many lovely ,g;ifts. ' lee lIeam
tial delinquents have tlJetr own torts and ICOP"'" , modern . sc}tools ,m 'YIII oJ?en and cake ' were served: to, the
'. '')lot rods'" tomisfreat. Uet's And el'Jone from Director of qlenta In the 01 agr!cultaftt, . .wlth 2 ,mornIng session following: Misses Bon:nie ' Satt ..
make them leave otber folks' Agriculture Frank Farnsworth and t.bor,iaDdfnd08try. oR/Tuesday,Spt. 7. according erthwaite, (:>afsy Baird" '!etty
cars ., . 'State Fall' Managu EdwIn J. Bath bas ahOWlD.. . t? .. !n;ter1., ' Campbell, PO.Yllis Martin, ' aye'
oil don _ memben of the Ohfo partfC1Jljr Interest In the junior ar "11 at. Creech" N9rma , Long cre,
. Mrs. Lina Madden was host- Pair v.td-are. worldn. dDI- nmoDa of the county faira which , 8 a. !TI. sept. Jeanne Judy Conrter,
ess to annual Van Doren _ , J and with apparent reward h. 'w vlaited and In the ahibltl: rtt_e Will be a Phyllis Bailey ' Eileen BrQ.w-n
Gum Grove Reunion on of IDceess to make it'the high Cl8JI of thes. boys 'and girls at the Ohio' on. Day, Sept Glenna . Klein1lenn- . Miry '
, . Sunday. FortyJriends and tela- ' _. e4uatlonal mirror.of Ohio'. adi 6, at t PI' m, in .the Shool. Scheetz,' Yvonne Stubb's, Phyllis
tives enjoyed a dinner<,)n _ It)' which Gov. bal Dr,"" ftfee;Jn leho'ol, ' ,?n farm and in ciqr. ' , Burnett, Sblr ey: Mal'!
the lawn. Guests were present I., on laSt ,ear'l ''W. must do' we can to The Garden Club enjoyed a Jean Rickey; Madams; 'Rtchara
from' Dayton, qarksville Rus- ",!'i:,00 Herbert, who manl Itimwate their interest in such fine dinner on ' Thursday at Whitaker, [owell Thomas, t:art
Inqiana, Loveland, Cin- the tI AmeHcan institutions as count)' and . the-horne of Mrs. Cram Shoup. Rickey, liarold . Whitaker,
cmnatt, Wilmington, lebanon visit, .tatecl that American Illgenu. State Fairs today, a8 a'safeguard . -Twelve " members enjoyed a Rebec,<::a Sue Whital(er and the
Mlddleto'Yn, Morrow, and it1 hBl never round a subsUtute ' of the America we seek to preserve fried chicken , dinner and a guest of honor. MrS. William
WayneSVille. . , for..tbe Fair. "I tait!! tor the future: he said. pleasant, afternoon. Rickey.
,
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THE MIAMI GAZETTE PAGE 2
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"'- WAYNESVi'LLE, OHIO Nq.
r I ' L I SHE D .) .67
fp-,,' ,;sh e d Every Thursday
,.:., " ' nes vi tl e, Ohio :'
'PL ()- SMI TH, Edj tol'
-Ni ,', :. ' las,; matter at the Post Office
:Sl: BSCR" PTI ON RAT-E:
1.50 a Ye:l r in Advance ,
.
.
, ,
,
Weddings
IRMA FIRES TO MARRY
ROBERT MEREDITII
p 'l) /- , l "
sComing Up
..... - - -
,' !, i; J In this alendar, notify The Miami Gaze e
V! . 4 p. m. Tuesdays.) ,
OF BELLBROOK SEPT. 11
SWANK - LUDIINGTON Mr. 'and Mrs. Lewi s 'Fires are
Miss Marjorie Swank, daugh- ' announcing the qf
ter of Mrs. Charles Drake, of their daughter, Mis Irma Fires
FRIDAY. AUG. 13
, Dayton, and John, A. Ludington to Robert Meredith. The mar-
were married in NewpoTt, Ky., riage will be September 11. I
W. C., T. U. el 'ti 9n meeting at Mrs. ,Borden's., 7 p m
',.:..;.......... - SATURDAY, AUG. 14
anni v 1 -ary of V-J Day. ' ,
Special communicati'On, Waynesyille L0dge 163, F. , anQ A. M ..
, 6 :30 P. M., M, M, Degree. ,
. , SUNDAY, .. AUG.
.on Saturday evening_ are- Fires h a gra.duate of
,a,t home to their frIends at the Waynesville Hig-h School and
home of the groonl's p,arents, Miami Yalley Hospital.
Mr. and Mrs; Alva' Lud,lngton, of- Nursmg', Mr. Meredith, son
where the father and son are of Mr. , and Mrs. Herbert
.assoc,ated, in ' farming. Also the Meredith, near Bellbrook, a
groom is corine.cted gra,duate , of Bellbrook
Go to Ch urch I
County Methodist Brotherhood picnic, Harmon, Park, 3 P:
Exhibition' softball, Monsanto Ghemical of Dayton ys. Kler s,
Moraine, P'roducts in Dayton'. .School" , served four and one
. half' years ip Military .. service
8 :15 P. M. .Ii. j
<:ORBIN-HUNT and is now connected wi th the
AUG. 16 Mr. and Mrs. S. Carlton COok
' Civic Club Ladies 'Night, Methodist Church, 7 P. M. .an'd children, with Mr. and Mrs.
Boy Scout Tro,?p 40 15, P. : M. Robert Hunt o'f Fayetteville, Mr.
Softball Bellbrook vs. Mtller s, 8 P' , M. and Mrs. Russell , Campbell of
, UESDAY AU'" 17 Lytle
1
Dr. and Mrs. Marston
T ,\.II. Hunt of Al'abama, Herbert Hunt
rownship Trusteesl ,m'eeting, 7:30 P. M: of Franklin, Frank Turner and
, WEDNESDAY, AUG. 18 Mr. and Mrs. Frank Starr of
=5oftball Ki er's vs. Legion, 8' P. ,M. Cedarville, attended the wedd.'
,I ' , , 11IURSDAY, AUG. 19 ing of Miss Genevieve Corbin
Softball, ' Fairley's vs. Spripg Valley, 8 P. and Mr. Warren Hunt, brother
ortJuly25, at the
by 0 .J. FRAIZE:R
'-.J,
as I listened to the chorus .on bria,e's parenfs in Columbus, '
my 'first 'night home. ' , and tne reception :which fol.
In the July 29th- number the 1 d
editor raised the question of ,of Lytl'e'Served
arrests and now J w01,lld like to 'as best .man.
raise 'the qUestion of what to do Mrs. Hunt was 'a teacher in
with them 'when ,they do' arrest the Columbus Business School
them. It may be a mau's ,right , and Mr. Hunt is associated with
Amlin ales and Service in
Xeni a.
Mr.. and Mrs. Roy Childs
and and Mr. and Mrs.
Will ChtlGis of Richmond, Ind.,
Mr: and ,Mrs. 'George Stroud of
Dayton, Mr. and,' Mrs. H. H.
Wadsworth of, West Carr-ollton,
Mrs. Maude Crane' of Lebanon
and W. E. Stroud were Sunday
d,inner 'guests at 'the Claude
Stroud home.,
Mr. and Mrs. John Frqmm)
.and Mrs. Qype Fromm,
J. C. Hawke and Mrs. May
Banta ' were " Sunday dinner
guests of Mr. and Mrs. Melvjn
Banta in Jamesto\vn. The
dinner honored Mr. Fromm' s
,birthday.
August 6, 1948. Tht! to drink or do what he pleases his father in farming at Fayette-
name brings to , n:lInd hot as long ' as it doesn't .interf,ere ville, where the young couple
ckmdless d,aYS1 but t his week with someone else's right to, will soon take up residence.
we had' tool rain a'nd now sa.fety ,and peace, put when I 'Mrs: ,orland.o Haynie and
days that r.emind us, fall, IS they ovelistep that andthey ,....,.. , JJ. .son
k
Mr. and Mrs. Jack St<?lJe-
not too far away. At mgbt the , arrested, what ,' then? IS 1.,1 ' roc a.nd daughter of .Sprmg-
katy-didf? keep tlR , the cl:onis, endugh 'put them in .-' , " ome ' (ield " were , Sund!lY evening
,rKaty-did. leave there for whIle or . Mrs. Olive Curl spent Mon- guests of Mr. ana Mrs. Frea
did." Then S!le- dap " a fme th.em? What , day and Tuesday v'isiting friends' Hook.
did?" with a n mg earthly good It do. in Wilmington. I ,
'ar . it all begips agam. you do sOplethmg, that pre:. M,rs. Lee of Mason,
The crickets du their loudest vent them from repeabr, g ( A called on her sister-in-law, Mrs.
,up .their fine ,just take's that Alice Clark, Thursday 'after.
song, it you can Gal It a probably the famdy noon.
TH'URSlDA,Y, A'UGU'ST 12, 1943 '
wlii.
AT OHIO SrATE FAIR
' SHIRLEY GRETONA,
The ', Greton .. , wire
!
waiking family, featuring little
Shirley, seven year old wire-walk.
illg wonder of the world, will be
, only one of a great array of
r notch, talent east itt the GUB Sun
! "Stars of Ohio" grandstand ::how
I at the Ohio State Fair" starting
August 28, with a performance
each evening through
12. The ,grandstand
"Friday night September B-ftnal
night of the fair-will be, a eom
pletely new show featurlilg WLW
radio stars.
Perched 45 feet high .. Shirley,
the little blonde daredevil inches
way across the wil'e' but novel
about falling because she
, I"
,.a18, am very
GAZETTE
ADVERTISERS
.
: \
Just how would you descnbe and as far as -I have seen has no Misses Ruth Chariqlerl,
tHe n0ise a locust makes? , A effect at' all on most of ' them. beth Chandler, Olive WIllIams,
whirring noise? A ,At. .1\ jail sentence is not much bet ,Mar Boston an(! , Dr. Emma
any rate the chorus IS 10ud and fer, once the repeater has started Holfoway attended Fri'end,
de,ar, so.loud ,th,a.t I on his way. If work Quarterly near Selma,
as conselOUS of It the ftrsf mght for them to do; 1t might O. on Sunday.
, that I was home as t always but Warren ,C;:ounty hasn t a. , br. Emma Holloway spent
as a child when I spent the work house. As far as ,1 .: can the, week at. a COnference on
in ,the country: . It is a hear, after ' the litile ,cl.ean up Friend"s testli'n,ony at
nOIse that 5eePlS t.
o
, accent the wor)c in, quarters IS dot:le Earlham College. ',\
.- A li0mey atmosphere in
,a fine, beautiful residence.
' stillness or J,ust the .ab- there is ',nothmg to do but SIt. ' Miss '"OJi.ve' VVitliams spent '
se,nce of faml!Lar n0lSes. It '!Ie still haye no place f?r several days this tJie 'guest
lonesome nOIse any , city . offemiers. are, , of relatives -in Sprmgileld at!)d "
child who has, vlSl,ted m the supposed to .be separate trom Selma 0: ' ,
tell you: .Lone,some the, others but. they. can talk " Wiison Edward.s was a dinner
them and. lIsten ' in alL guest on. Sunday- of ,his aunt,
conversations. 'fhe fear Qf bemg Miss Ma,rgaret Euwartis. '
.. , , shut "up may, in Miss Muriel Neal, of ,Colum'-
. 1, was away;" cases act as a "deterrent 'bu;t It bus, 'called. on Minnie Dod-
notes about .tt WIth iStft enough , for son friday "
a: She was They need, sqrnethmg which wI!l
much she used to. enJOY ch-a.,nge .pattern
VtSlts to farm Toledo, but thoughts and strengthen tpem,
how loud the Ihse.ct chorus even gObd hard 'w.ork be
that Orst ' Th.at better , 'than they .Why
r.emin<1ed me of, all the detaIls couldn't they be put to /Work' at
arriving at m:y farf!1. the count, Home Farm 'or even
First there .was the all day at the PrJSOn Farm 1 Of course
r9ad, lunCh it would mean and prob-
tn a shoe box: dev!leCl work would be worth, but fUlY:" ' ,
, ham thiJl' that , would tQ , ,'IOURSI , ,I
. 9bves _11
4
C,ake.. a 10 .the m ' i-t 2, each
may have, ,6een o,ther b.etter than , when he: ,1-5 . 'exce,t'
were the ( items. was shut uP ' WQutd be, itt ' , " . '
'FUst ' atre$r themr 'iild " .
the change GroVttet
1
, the.v then reatly do sdmethinc JilO1,lt 7-9 'saturday ,eYeo
tittle. ,where the aan4.. tHem, " . ', ..
cars came' by; \& ride' t Have you a-llJcker ,at the now
in the to' L04er ...
IfELSPHON B62.lt
gas' li t. otl " at the loCker plant wOJ'thr' the.
'Street people passmg , oost of. a locker. let's make
the homseJ there WQ' the ltislsf- 'locker plant a real commuruty .
ent cHoruS Wilt grew" loqder institution. ' ,
and lQuder as the house grew . . , "
quiet and it as ' thoue:h ,t " , "
1 was I never going to sleep. Mr. and Mrs.'"'Fred attend.
:Then, suddenly it was morning.. ed.a family diImer at the
the rush of cars all day on of Mr. and Mrs. Earl Hook, near
the road, history repeated itself Harveysburg, on Sundayw
..
DONE
AT . 1M,MlAIlI WEm
3 THE MIAMI' GAZ ETTE
WAYNESVILLE, OHIO No. 4381 '
THURSDAY, A'UGUS1' 12, 1948
s

FOX HOLLY
, Tuesday only brings t he do
show of 1'94,8" "Shaggy,"
featuring George Nok and
Brenda J y e, Children and do '
lovers, young' and ,01d, wil l r -
joi e in, Cin c lor l r duct-
k n bout a b and hi anj
th vindi ation of that dog who
i.. of sh ep ki ll ing,
ner and utdo r . h tare

Thi talt r a\ 6 tru )- f In the B\'Inats of ArTlerl:.
II . el nile 5," next Thur a,v tan 1s the Harrison family.
and Friday how. Here 'i an
f h
H me I
' , \trilere one han o- exc 11 nt Technicol or. l'ict,ur whi ch provided a signet 0 t e
_ .. I">
t Declaration of Independence, the on's hat, and h me I where installi ng Robert in hi ninth President of the I United
the h ar t is. In bot h re pect I'm fir t picture with We tern back- S1ates and the 23rd President.
home aft er a month's vacation, gro'unCl. In a sen e this pictur _ Som'e historians trace the Har--
and i1 100ks mi ghty good t me, ha everythil1K that .can be ex- r isqn lineage dlrectly back to the
even though we;re in the midSt P cted f a Western - - and Indian girl, Pocahontas, ,
of decoratin g- and evei' hinc:r ' more. Tt' a natural The first Benjamin Harrlsorl ,
piled in th mi dd le of the fJ or. for action lovers, but at the born soout 1740,' and who served
BENJAMIN HARRIS,ON
..
. ..
Wa int rested in n0ting thal arne ' tim ha a wider app aJ as Governor of Virginia long be-
and drive-in thru, the m9
vin
,l( scenes involv- fore there was a state of Ohio, was ' til h Oh
theatre ' m and , around the ing ' a mare and her foal. Barton the signer of the, Declaration of t fo Chicago area" are booked MacLane and Akim Tamaroff
imilarJy ,to The Twin; also/that assist, with Marguerite Chap- His son, William Henry Hartl-
Mrs. Pat " 0 Brien, thru man pr vi ding t he feminine son, was the th'st Ohio man, tQ be 1n s()uthwestern Ohio a Chicago enr ut e to St. Louis for appeal. he plays a part that elected our nation's president lind number of points of interest in-
the pr miere of new pic- suits her real] er , nality, that of his great grandson, the second eluding the Miamisburg Mound on
-ture " Fighting- Fat er, Dunne," understandi ng, kindness, ' and Benjamin Harrison, the 23rd Route Fort Ancient, with 1ts was fashi Qn-wi e in her icc good s.portsmanship. She wa president.
prehistoric fortjfications on Route
f bl t
tl h n ted t nT frele, snes and J{oo President Benjamin Harrison 350j Oxf,ord, site of Miami Univer-
, 0 a ouse 'o go Wil er grn ' : hu'mor d"'rinO' the war in was born 'at North Bend, Ohio. alty,' the McGuffev Museum hon-
,tailored suit. Around the neck of "" ,.,
oT the bl
ollse , her mime (cl oise) tait:1ing at soldier. gatherings. I August 20, 1833 al)d is buried orlng the man who wrote school reme be eet h h there close to the which books whkh an earlier generation
was very subJy, and delicately m r m tng . er w en was erected tOl' President William studied; the Galloway log cabin
stenciled. , she came to entertal!1 at. an Henry Harrison on the bank. of at Xenia and, further east, on " Army ,General , near the OhiO. Benjamin de- Route 73, the famous Serpent
() tgh I'm and ,h.er only besett- feated Grover .cleveland for the Mound.
, S ". nt S lo me the chances are a- mg Sin was a deSIre for coffee - presidency in 1888 and In 1892 wis' .- The factual lessons of McGuffey
\, ,ii 500 l0 -\ against wha, - and MORE coffee. Since .thaI's in turn defeated .by him, Readers is ' interwoven with les- I !Jelled , at the Twin last Sat- my favori1e vice, too, we After his term of office, ,.... sons in sobrjety, honesty, ldndn,ss, urday. " Jane Kendrick of ed a warm' and friend- came an international lawyer 01 incJustr,y, which even today aftect
Waynesville held , tHe luck I ship over coffee from 12 mid- great repute.
the thought of millions, descended Mountie Card, and she's the night 'till 2 A. M. Yet she was ' Harrison was ,r8duated In from those who were under the
I..cond in her fam ily :0 be .1 on hand at 8 A. M. to start a at Miami University and practleecil of McGuffey'. wlchln,. winner in ten we,eks I , three-day run ward visiting. Jaw in Cincinnati. He aerved all durin, Ichoa) days.
Brl
-efvi ews .. Tonight an'd Friday Be on the lookout for throw- 81eneral1n the War and W8I1 While in ClnclnnaU, many will an "Icter In the Presbyterian vilit the horae of Hamet Beecher
Alan Ladd, Dot Lamaur, and aways the Twin's new Ht wu twice mIni .. _ In , Walnut HWI. Where
r Preston are serial, 'Brick It
. heir . way; and each other, Saturday, Aug. 21st, at ' "
Mr. and Mrs. Ross H.
across the West in '''vVild Har- the perform1ance, and Ida Parshall has been sock, Mrs. Lena Hartsock, vest." Pretty weil reviewed runs tor 15 chapters thereafter. qUite 111 at the home of her Misses Elizabeth and ' Ruth last week, this is just a reminder
daughter, Mr.s. C. Hawke. Chandler, Mrs. Paul Tomlinsvn, t l at 'the pictur.e is full of _ in-
Mr. and Mrs. Kellar Hoak, Mrs. tr .gue and
'Amos Cook" Ernest Cook, at ion. .': ,
Mr. and, Mrs. Raymond Brad- Let's hgpe the Twin' s washed
dock and family Dr. Em, rna
, .)- 81G' .-1 "groWl-ng" f..n.r.ete
'J..
air cORdition'ing works wert
a.v Hollaway and A. c. Tomlinson
Saturday, night, for if ' I'Smpkrng
I ' were among those who att ended Guns" with Ken Maynard lives
fertiliur. for your neede, Friends' Quarterly Meeting at up to its tYh
ou
'lI: smell !:'!!' every. .ertilder bearing ,the Selma on Sunday. more gunpow,,,er an In' any for bi..,.. muket BIG M brand perfonn. up
Western .0 date. Also at this' ADd it' ___ beeIg,tbIIt _-.y f. that reputation beCau.e it
show you must get the 11 th ... tt.a yean. it alWQ'I mede up to biJhat
punch (In your Mounties Card While our, iznmediaU caD. 8tandarda . nerer dOWIP to
for Lhe 11 th Chapter of ce'" i. that of .upplyiDI a price.
"Dangers of the Canadian ..an bilb-pota.b-conte1a1
Mounted" serial. This 11 th and 0NIiw .. ' .... ..,., ... ". ....
and last "punch" is necessary .................. rCOmpany
in order to see ,the 12th and ' .
t1 t f
1.. .
OIRCl-DAYlON, oHIO final c ap er ree at' tl4e 2 or 4 .ACfOft-...... IN. OHIO
c; 'c1ock matinee. Saturday, Aug-
ust 21 st.' Line forms 'to the right I n. -..it"=:': .. -
"Taut as a drawn Bow ::.'Ji,=.... ... eI ... =
Mass Mildred Hartsock of
Wilson, North ,Carolina, Mr.
and Mrs. Fred Hartsock of Mil:'
ford and Mr. and Mrs. Harris
Mosher and daughter were sup-
per ,gues1s of Mr. and Mrs. R.
M. ' Hawke on Friday nig:ht.
COU""'SV-'II. co. .. v .. " .....
much of the theme e>f UncI. 'tom'.,:
Cabin WIS developed.
. . . -,:
- ,
(A .tOf1/ ." .hit """.
Ohio p,,,lcleftts tDi1l 1PJ)t1f It
ea,llI "lUe. Wok" IfW , ,

Mr . C oldi e "', U; L:ce ,is enjoy-
-ing a two week va alion at tlie
home of ,her s n a:td daughter.-
in-law, Mr. anl Mrs. ' Herman
Surface and son, aCAlbany, Ga,
M r, ,' , 11 'v'i lli amson and
daughter, Mi S' Grace, a're ,
spenqin 1 a i w days
home of Mrs. E Let Houk, near
Dayton.
. -- _ ....
Mr. an I Mrs. (,harles Orford
of Detro it" M ich igan are tbe
house guests of Mr. and Mrs.
Ernest
--
Mr. Robert ' Davis
and daughter recently
Ir .. m a d d vacatIOn trIp
i I ' , , ,' ,v. v Mountains
st!
-,tring," says Charles i\r,onson,
reviewing ' rater, of .gThe Big
Clock," showing' -Sunaay and
Monday. Ray Milland, Charles
La'ughton, O'Sullivan,
and Elsa " Lanchester , are the
, stellar caSt to whet the appetites
of real An inter-
esting plot 'device finds 'Ray
M iII;md trappe'd in the clock
tower of- a magnificent office
' boHding. 'Struck by fact that
RODEO"
THE SENSATIONAl,. ' DEMOISnJRIZER
CAN; BE USED OVER AND OVER .
his ,predicament ' stems from a
series of slashing events happen-
ing a few short hours baCK, the
camera" takes' the audience to
the starting point ana rushes to
a supercfiarged climax. Sus-
' pense and melodrama play tag
with 'each other in a , skillfuJly
, ,the .,exact
story not to be divulged In ad-
vance. ' This ' has been rated as
one of .the excellent and unusual
:flickers of the year. On the
same program. is We.rld News
and a Pete Smlth speCialty. -
1, Bily, Sell, Trade
. leat Btrrowt USE
HORSE SHOW:
, .. SUNDAY. AUGUST 1948
, TaD ? ? '1
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'! ',-' fJ ' I ,-/J n auto trip to Northern, Mkhigan.
. ,, ' Robert Friend, Waiter Ken-
d rick and Campbell
Mr. and Mrs, Harvey' Burnet appraised the estate of the late
attended the West Wayne S. H. Burnett. Saturday.
Council' Wednesday evenipg at The Lytle Church folks will
\the home Mr. and Mrs. be hosts to the Warren County
Charles EJlis) Waynesv,iI1e. Methodist Brotherhood and
', Guy ,' Routzahn . retorned their families, at a basket picniC
home Saturday evenmg from ' dinner, at : Harmon 'Park, leb-
a five-week fishing trip to Mani- anon, next Sunday at 3 p. m.
toba, Canada. . Mr. and Mrs. Lowell Thomas
Mr. and Mrs. William Berg- Mr. and ' Mrs. P. ,N. 'Cornell, Mr.
daH, Mrs. Edmond Minser and and Mrs. GeorKe Welter, Mrs.
chiIdrert of Dayton
l
called at the Nettie Emrick, Mrs. J. B. Jones
home of Mr. ana Mrs. J. B. and Mrs. Raloh ' Hammond at-
Jones on Friday, tended the funeral of Joseph
Mrs. Edwin Nutt ot near Cen- McCra at the Sch,midt-Gebhart
terville spent Thursday' with her ' funeral home in M'iamisburK and
daughter, M'rs. , Therle Jones. the burial at Miami Cemetery,
Srnest Harlan left b'y train . .
Monday on a business trip to Mr: and Mrs. Paul W,l1tams
San , Antonio, Texas, and will and httle son, and Mor- ,
return by plane. - gan Lebanon were Sunday
Mr and Mrs H e,venmg gue ts of Mr. and Mrs.
vy arren ow- Everett Earl 1
land of LOUIsville, Ky., were Mr. and Mr . Tl10m s Col ins
week-rOd ,uests of Mr. , and Mrs. and, Charles Collins of Dayton
Lowel Thomas. were Sunday guests
Mt. 4nd Mrs. Everett Earl oJ Mr. and Mrs.
:eturnbd home Sunday aftet an Mrs. E. B. attended'
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the 'picnic dinner, of the Past near Waynesville Saturday THE MtAMI GAZETTE f..
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and Present Councilors of the Aug. 7 at Newport Ky. Mrs. WAYNESVILLE, OHIO No. 4381
Warren County Home Council Ludington is the grand-daughr TH'UR&D.AY, A:UGUST 12, '1848
on Tuesday at the home of. Mh. ter of Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Long-
Paui Shaffer near ferry. acre of this place. Sue. Callers in the late,. after-
The Woman's Society's noon were Mr. and Mrs. Gerald
ev'ening meetrng and ' wiener Mrs. ' B. W. Whitton (nee Wilson and' children Jerry, and
roast was fostponed unUi ' J,ean Furnas) and two daugh- Jerra Jean of Dayton and M,rs.
Wednesday 0 thIS week, on ters are making their home in Mary Bog,an.
account of the hard rain last Knoxville, Tenn. Mrs. Dorothy Smith and
Wednesday. It was at the home " daur-hter are . part of
of Mr.. and Mrs. Earl Young. Ca k' this week with Dayton
Mr. And Mrs. Ernest Harlan. ' 1''' rt.r. and Mrs. Charles Stan- ,
Mr. and Mrs. Harold Whitaker e6arj Cree . ley and family attended the
and daughter, Rebecca, Mrs. ' Stanley reunion at the home .of
Nettie Em,rickLMrs. J. B. Jones Mr. and Mrs. Luther Haines Mr. and Mrs. Raymond carl'
and Mr. and M.rs. Wlillter Ken- have returned fr om a fishi n.l( near New Burlington, Sunda v.
rick attended the Grange picnic trip to Canada. Mrs. Sallv Bennett of Dayton
at Smith's Park near Waynes- Mrs. A1ema Wilson , left spent part of last week with
ville Satufday eve,ning, ,Monday morning for a' visit with her daug-hter, Mrs. Irene Burden
Miss Almetta Steinke ie- t elatives in Kn oxville, Tenn. and family.
turned Satur.day' from a cruise Mr. and Mrs. 'vVlilliam Smith Mr. arid Mrs. Edward
of the Southern Ohio and ' had as Sunday dinner guests vear and Mr. and Mrs. David
issippi Rivers, aboard the new M.rs. Mary Bogan, Mrs. Lucy Stanfield and family were din-
steamer, Delta Queen. Numer- Compton and Mr'. and Mrs. , ner guests of Donald Haines and
ous shore stops were ,' RaleiKh Bogan. Mr. and Mrs. family, Sunday
with a at Madison, Ind., Emmet Nevin and sons called in Mi ss Jane Ellen Whiteside of
being one of the, highlights ot the afternoon. Washington C. H. spent a part
the trip. ue ts in the Bo,gan horne of last week in the home of her '
, Miss Norma Longacre and f r Saturday di l!1 er were Mrs. uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs.
David Stratton attended the Evan Bogan, Mr. and Mrs. Ro- Charles tai1lev and family.
wedding of 'the. former 's cousin, bert 'Bogan .and daughter Carol Mrs. Mary Bogan, Marilyn
Miss Margie wank of Dayton Mae of Dayt on and Mr. and' Sue Smith and Mr. and Mrs ..
and Mr. John of Mrs. William Smith and Marilyn kalei g-h Bogan aU ncl d tilt ..
- Cl ea ver, Carr, Ri ch" reunion'
Fo. b,.' rualll, dOD" . ciUute
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PAGE 5- THE MIAMI C'aAZETTE
OH,IO No. 4111
THIUR8IDA Y, AUGUST 12, 1948
THE TEN TOP HIT :r.RS
Wayntsvi'ltc Softball League
, Based on 3..0 or more at bats
1 Roots; of
Pla,er aDd Team - _ AB R
. Williamson, Bellbrook 40;'
HAVE.
17 .425
12 .364 '
12 .353
11 .314
11 .314' ,
10 ,' 313
" C OR SA RIXJNYX , ;
EGY?TS PRIZED ' ,.
-- , uy ' J .....
,.--,. -,
BOB O'REGAN
\\'lith the baseball season fast
dwindling away, (that is, 'the
horse-hide version, since the
"muShball" ,league still , has
weeks and , weeks to operate)
n,ot enough type has been de-
voted to the activities of the
' youthful sponsored
and managed by Orville
Gray, 'local expert.
From rockbottom, ' Gray has
gradually built his team to a
point where by next season
these 12-year-olds will be '
giving cJassy exhibitions. . . .
urlforlunately your scribbler is
not too goo.d with the names
but Florence (good pair of
hands) Vickers, la r!!,"est lad on
the team, and Jimmy Carter
appear to be defnit e pro pe b
in two years f r 'thig" Leg-
ion nille, 11 j of course ,there
are other. J ust a word to all ...
keep .Y ur spirits hi gh, as I'm
convinced that with Lhe pre ll > I
cooperation from sponsoring
Qliganizations, hasebal1 ca 1 , 1 -
rais d in ,WaYlle viJll ,t ',a
much higher plane ('I l il a I ,
1950 there sh ul a 1 t o .: n .
club, a 17 -year-old Legi on : .
and at least two teen-age .club .
11& ...
Bailey, J:(ier S 33 11
R. Dumford, Bellbrook 34 11
Hop,kins, Fairlets 35 10
.Murphy, -Kier's 35 10
Schoonover, Kier's 32 , 5
J 14 .311
Spitler, BellbrOOK 45 5
Hartsock, Fairley's 42 12
Fairley'S 30 4
13 .310
9 .30.
10 . L94 , Plank, ,, 34 6 , I
, :
can watch the bases and take taken.
advantage of the opposition's
missed bases. Up to Sunday it
was always ', some member nf
the "board" who had ,to yell
the play but Simpson's alertnes
made the season seem,
successful. The Legion closes its
regular season Supday, with a
journey to , Spring Valley,
for a tilt at .3 p. m, Gray' s '
youngsters wiU engage in (l
prelim ,at- 1 :15 p. m. ' Although
the locals defeated the valley
nine in a previous' the
Greene County lads are ravor-
ites this time.
* * *
--
Next , weekJs column ' will
Sunday night the Monsanto '
Chemical Co. of Dayton, with
a record of nine wins against a '
single defeat, crosses bats with
Kicr's at 8 :30 P. m.
Stan Bailey wants to remind
aU you "old-timers", to he sure
o be there Sunday ,ni ght for
your game at 7 :00. Stan pro-
mises to supply all liniment a,nd
mustard plasters that will I e
needed. . '
. .. ..
, .
Kier's, behind 'Murphy's
hurJing:, I t w' k .
trimmed Spring VaHey 4- '1 t j
'rem ai n n top of' , th sec 11
half' standing-' . Wil -n\1 pitch
fo r Spring Valley" allowed,
, III J ,V four 1 ,;lg1es strqck
out n'ine. but all owed "even
walks 'd \ .
V\' aynes'Vr!h!' ', ' Junle. , Am __r-
iCl-!1 tearfl t'l"k:t.:' \ tk:
lIndefcated, ',5, Il btook ' n!pc "n
i t, I m c'lRmonc 1<\ t Suml :.l 'J
and f UIiG i df on th ai1 'r..
7f,' PERIDOT, JEALOVS',LY ,
. CUARDING ITS CHIEF r
iOl ,"?C::. 7HC"sERPCNT IS- , ,
ly1Nl)." IN THE SEA.
- ,)
THE tffNCIINTS-BEL liVE.
" AS 1)0 SOME MODERNS" ;.-
. -r:!!-AT rtLtltR!flfi rHE 1
I ." 'ENSVRU A
./ HAPPY MARRIA(jE.
C0JU9M' .

c'any the nam_es of
county All tar selections for
poth the Legi n nine and G'r-a y' _
outfit. The' older 'All- tar te(,lm
witl "play Tri-Cou,nt v
1Q p, chall1;ps, , llnday August '22
at Bellbrook at. 2 :30 p. m. and
I'll tell y, u, now that five memo
bel' .. of the 10 al C; lub have b'een
selected, 0 it is hoped that a
goodly crowd will journey to
Bellbrook t cheer on the local
Perhaps most of the spectat- candidates.
r at the Bell hrookLegion ha
Cif "n 8-4 ' ore. The lU'. :.t1 ilj'.le . --------- __-- -M.....-r-
'h ... ' '1 " M.rs. France,s BrannockMMrs. a, nd . Mr. Ira O. B.rown .. r '
r . l a 'L , --;. 1 r<.4 . y . 1 t.'... t t t upe n
i th, wi th Charley dri- Harriet McGinnis, ' M.r. . ', Ft. Gars w ' a one lnle s r.l'"
hall p' ame .l ast unda v fail ed () AJpparentl v man y of the local
grasp Uie full, ;signif1cance of softball er are still unaware that
Danny Simpson',s Hwatcti-do,g" power of. declaring the eligibility
acti n in the, game which f any ,player in t ne league wa
ca d a vlsiting to be . in the leaguG president
nullified when the local first- , b unanim.o u vote of the six
sacker detected that second ase, clubs pripl' to the openi ng of the
had been, mi sed. .\11 ea 'on ' second half. The, rule prohil:?it-
long the Legion board f strat- ing the Ameri can' Legion from
egy (Pummill, Huffman and 1Jsing any players but Legion-
your truly) 'had pounded awa naires 'in gOOli standing as f
on the point that on any play May 17, 1948, was n<;>t changed,
there i always an infi elder who as til e si clubs voted 4-2
against afiy of ' such
PEACHES FOR SALE '
Varieti s : As Th V Ripen
GOLDEN JUBILEE
OUMBEF,LAND
HALE HAVEN
LATE RED
BRING OWN ' SA KETS

POFF"S ORCHARD '
1 Mi. I;ast of Traffic Light
rules: This is, being repeated so
all ' may kn'ow the real circum-
stance. Appa.rently team
manager neglected to inform
, , as I have had
several recent conversations,
some on the "hot" ide too
with players of teams on
mattefS. I hope my explan-
ations were clear enough. Noth-
ing.' but English and pre)-
- fanlty were used, as anyone. is
bound to become a little angry
w'hen his 'best efforts to, RI 're all
a square treatment 'are misun-
derstood to such a, p'oint that a
a 'wh ispering ' cam.' ' j J
,hind his back has to 'be w' , ,
ving in two of , the rUlls ' and Coff.ey and Mr. T. B. Brannock. of ' th W'ayne
Dann,Y' in'lpson, 'th, ... ()cal chr' w.ere dinner guests of Mrs. Flos- \ '
first-sackeT, aneth r tall '. How- sie Carey and family, ' last fri- ,'., I . ' , \ .1 I , t
ev r, ' .McMkhaci, foi' day.
the wmners, held W,avnb'l'l1e a ent of ' Amencan Farmers
to three hit ', while llit'tio.' two' Mr. and Mrs. Orv,ille Gray Mu ual' Insurance Company,
single and a tremendous home and Mr. and Mrs. William vJsiting the company's hOlpe .of-
run. i Sawyer had as week end 'u'e ts fice, in- on ,business fOI '
Fairl ' that same .evening Mr and Mtrs. 'Russ'e} of a fe'v d'ays. I)
trounced Side Merchal;ts JacksoQviUe, Fla. Mis Shirlev , ..
Dayton, under the leader hip Neal, wl1p a guest Mi. aI1d Mr '. John J. Eursk:e
Russ Wi1loughlJy, 9- . Johnny here f r the st;1mmer a comp- af1 ,I ht r, M,iss
Rog:ers turned in a tht anied her iJarellts l11ome. entertall1ed at Sundayl (linner
hit performan,ce; a,t1 owing only ' '- Mr. and Mr. Lew Terting' am
one ball" a trIple, to be hit out ' Mr. and Ratpl'l Mainotls , I and Mr -, rt : Gall aIlld
of the infield. He comr letel v and chUaren, Allan and Lynn daughter of Cincinnati Mrs
handcuffed the, Mer .hant - the of Detroit re guests of Mr. an j Leah M;j})s and Mt. and
first three innings, triking: out Mrs. Ray, .ty\ainous anti Donald W/iHiam I' -
, ive, .. and retirn,g- nl ofiTer four this weeK. - ,
n . .' l' -: un d-0 1I t t , h i m el f'
The Legionnaire last MOll-'
d'a, , led by Harvey- mre'c nits
;"1d 'CharJi Pri e hom r, de,
fated pring Vall y 9-6. A.
thrilling last-inning- J'all y b
v
the'
ali \ I -. m 1 en hort v.. \ .
last batter went 'out:
vi t b the bas fitl e t Merl e
Th mp 'on and Ray Purk divid-
e,d l it hing ' chores for the WIl1 ..
ners.
the Price There
Save' the. Diferenc,e
,
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Wheat Harvesting Time and Action Packed WIth
ALAN LADD - DOT LAMo.UR
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WILD' HARVEsT
DELIVERY DAYS
TUES.-nlURS.-5AT.
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PHONE 2441 WAY'ftESVlLL, OHIO

H6borO '
6 -:. GREAT srORES -
Blanchester
and LATE NEWS.
SO Years'
Ago I
(From th Miami ' Gazette of
, Al:lgu t 1 , ' 1898) '
A fa,ir fa 'cannot atone for
an untid I house.' Use apolio.

Lebanon J1as call d meeting
to petiti n th Pennsylvania R.
R. to give them better cars on
' their road to Cincinnati. The
cars are said to be old rattle-
traps that leak so badl y that
passengers have to si t with
raised umb.rellas when , it rains.
. . "
. ,
R'EMEMiBER if you , are, di s-
satisfied with the size of piece
or with the quality of the chew-
ing tobacco you are using, get
BATTLE AX 'PLUG and you'll
get your money's worth. The
10- cent piece of Battle Ax is
larger. than ., the 10-cent piece
of any other brand of the same
high quality, and is the largest
of any really good chewing to-
baccothat is sold for 10 cents.
.. , .
Mr. Pontius, the oil and gas
expert from Lima, who was
here last fall and recommended
thJs as an oil and gas field, has
written to. Mil. James Stoops
' oongJ7atuJating him upon the
i\ of the well, . and adds

Dar '
that he believes that there is
a good po I of oi l near
Waynesville.

,
this week's issue of the Gazette.
The Gazdt i pub!i hin,\; '
entire book in ' serial f orm.

Mr. Charle Berry is 'very The X nia new paper an'd
u ful in raising; poultry. council are having a rough ami ,
h' n w ha about fifty thrifty tumble time of It, meanwhil e
Clung ducL, which make n the ' city is in - darknes fr m
int r absence of street li ght, and
t the water In on flock. orne of th ir most us d street
, * '" '" badl y out of repair, ' from all
Bu ' a farm,! Get you a per- a counts nearl y as bad as' our
manent home. You can do it eorn talk avenue. It- remains to
with ea e if you go to the New be seen whether' newspapers or
, outh to do it. 'land the e uncil comes out ahead, but
Queen and Cre cent Route $3 w take chane s on the news-
to $5 an' acre, , and on J aper , for the are on the ide
terms. chool and ehurche's, of the people.
ho pitable neighb rs. No sun-
strokes, no blizzards. Grass
grows green ten months in the
ear.
***
W. C. Phillips ' lead -still, on ,
cor. Main and Franklin St., in
blacksmithing, woodworking,
buggy trimming] carriage paint-
ing, ' and macnine repairing.
For all kinds of work in the
above n.amed lines, call on him,
first class work guaranteed,
and prices moderate.

Part III of Robert 'lOUIS
Stevenson's new novel of the
sea and pirates is appearing in

E. '0. SCOff '
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' RepreseQtirig ,
Weatheimer & Cul1lpaoy
M'embers New York Stllck
and uH
registered ExclJallgt:s
Trust Shares
BouRht . Snld - Quoted
Phone Waynetlville 2531
i Dayton
Prescription
Your Ear
,.
, Bellbrook Notes
PATIERSON-THOMAS
Miss Margie Paterson and
Mr. Paul R. Thomas were
married aturday Aug. 7th at
2 :30 in , the Hoge Memorial
Church. The bride
was attended by her s.isters, Miss
Charlotte Patterson and Mrs.
Gwendo'lyn Humphry. The ,best
man was Wayne Stephens and
the ushers were Raymond Lam-
me, a cousin ,of tJhe groom,
and Marvin Humphry, brother-
in-law of the bride. Rev Scott
Tli'rner Ritenour ef Westminster
Church of Dayton officiated, '
and 'the bride was given in mar-
riage by her brattier, Don Pat-
terson. , '
Wedding music was played
by the church organi!st for a half
preceding ' the' ceremony.
A reception follewed at the
home which was attended by all
who were invited fo:r the wedd-
ing. .
More than' tllirty attended
from this comm unity and
Waynesville. ",
The groom is a new
house near' his home
on the upper Bellbrook pike.
Until the house 1S complet.ed
th will make thei r home with
:his par'ent-.
Mr. Th mas \Va emIloyed
at WG'i "ht Field until a few
week ' :lP:( ' , va a i jent
of prin'ufield until thi prin y .
H r r ar I1t wer in hal', f
th I thian h 111 in pr ing: -
field unin h r fath r' dea b
l a t Desember.
Late in the aft rn 6n the
couple'l ft, b, ar, f r a trip to
Maine. Thev will t , about
two week.
Mr. and Mr . Gl'enn Hod on
and family had as 'uests over
tHe week end til irdaughter
Lillian and hu I and from Wi -
con in. ' .
The Pr I yterian Church i
holding th ir unda chool
in ' the' town hall while the
church is being re-decorated.
I The 4.H girl of this com-
munity brought home quite a
few blue ribbon from the
Greene Co'. fair.
The Bellbrook Garden Club
a good share of prizes at
the fair.
, HARDIN HELD
The Hardin famlly reunion
was held Sunday at the-,home
of Leonard Tinney.
Those present were Mr. and
Mrs. Lawrence Kohls and fam-
ily; Mr. and Mrs. John Sprad-
ling and, family; Mr. Noah,
Spradling, Mrs. Harriet Hardin
of Berry, Ky; Mr. and M'TS.
Richard Berry; Mr. and Mrs.
J;:lmer Berry and family of Say-
lor Park, Ohio; Mr. and Mrs.
Harold FJye and and family j
Mr. ,and Mrs. lieroert Van
Blariceehl of CinCin'nati, Ohio ;
M,r. and Mrs. Sid Conrad, Mr.
and Mrs. Robert McCarthy and
family; Mr. Hayden Marksoerry
of Crescent Springs, Ky.; Mr.
and Mrs. George Schenk 'and
daughter; Mr. and Mrs. Schier
Rice of Columbus; Mr. and Mrs.
H. W. Bradeen of
.
-Friendly Store"
" Perhaps Jour ear needs a tonic.
Is it usmg much -:-
slow 'on the pIck-up. ? Dnve In
-:-we'l1 diagnose the trQuble and
prescribe
c
accordingly '. ,or
phone now; we'll pIck up and
iltliver your car. '
. KtER'S . Garagr
. '
,9 .s 12 'WOOL RUGS
' 9 s 12 FE.L T BASE RUeS
C\J:RTAINS -SJ.;IP COVERS
(Floor .DeI
STUDIO Spriaa FiUed)
, .
LIVING ROOM, SUITES
, .
BED ROOM SUITES
STOVES " .
. ' "Ce_plete Home Fa .... b.n"
HOME FURNIT:UR,E
AT THE McCLURE FUNERAL
, HOME, the character of the ser-
vice is in , no way related.to the
Phone '
912R

XENIA
OHIO
. cost. ' '
The ,lowest priced re7
ceives the , same attentIOn as the
highest' and is attended with ex- .
the same measure of cOQ-
sideration and ' ,
THIS HAS' ALWAYS BEEN
, OUR- ESTABLISHED POLICY.
, MeClU.IE
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'UN EIKL " HOME
"A'.IIVI'LL .. to
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. Invisible' Half Solin,
Orthopedic ' Corrections
Cork EXtensions
H., B."
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THE MIAf,11 GAZETTE PAGE 6
WAYNESVILLE, OHIO No. 4381
' THURSDAY, ,6;l,JGUS,T 12;
. -( t I ...-r1$lHO IUIIMHlAA ::
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IAMIIMCISCO
:
hi ; MJ. H ward F:lor nee and
gran 'I n hHrl Law on of
MidC\1 t wn, hi' Mr . James,
M Cormi k an n T m-
m of Da t n, hio' Mr. and'
Mr .' T. . -Hardin, irginia and
, Tn:. l er Hardiri; Mr. and Mrs ..
,h rman Tinne ami famil y;
Mr. and Mr. Muriel Tinney and'
famil y: Mr. an'd Mr . Win: Tin-
ne and famil y j ' ' M r . Nettie
Tinney; Mr. and Mr' . Lawrence
Hardin; Mr. and Mr. Jame
1.'. Hardin and on Kent and
Virginia Brown i Mr. and Mrs.
Harry Schenk and' famil y; Mr.
and Mrs. Leonard Tinney.
Mr. and Mrs. C. Lee. Hawke
entertained wi th a buffet dinner
Wednesday evening llOnoring
the birthday of Miss Ann Weltz.
Guests with Miss Weltz ' were
Dr. and M (s. Vance of Will1ling-
ton, M;r. and Mrs. M. F. Weltz
and sons, and Mr. and Mrs. Don
Hawke.
'I'tJB.N yon. 81JBPLtJ8 I'I'DIS
' INTO QmCK, CA8B
II&\D THE ClASsmm ADS
nlElR SECURITY RESTS
WInI YOU!
Yes, the education of' your
children, their' e,ntire future wel.
fare, is your responsibility. Di5:-
charge it conscientiousl y and
EASILY by saving REGULAR-
LY. We are ready to help YOLI
now. Stop in! '
.. '
Waynesville
National Bank
Style and cleanliness
are imperative accessories to
the fastidious woman. And our
m,odern dry cleaning adds just
that to your dothing' Our
prices, too, nuke you realize
that all this luxury - and tcon ..
, omy may' go hand in hand.
THE MIAMI
' THURSDAY, AJUGUST 12, 1948
WAYNESVILLE, OHIO No. 4381
METHODIST CHURQI
R.B. Coleman, Minister
Oturch school 9:30 a.m . .
J. J. Burske, Supt:
Holy Communion 10:30 A.M.
ST. MARY'S EPISCOPAL
Samuel N. Keys, Minister
Morning Prayer 1 0 :30 a. m.
'Wayside
FERRY CHURCH OF CHRIST
'Byron Carver, ' Minister
Bible',SchoOI 9 a.m.
Morning Worship 10:30 a.m'.
Prayer MeetinF.: 7 :00 p.m.
Young People s Meeting
, .. 7 :00 p.m.
['''lening Services 7 0 p m.
- '
I .YTL MEnlODIST
aruRCH
Dr. Joseph Myers, Minister
Sundav Schoo! 9 ;30 a.m,
Ruth Saylor, Supt.
Worship .10:30 :m.
FRIENDS . '
first Day 9 :3'0 a.m. COUN"rY'S MEniODIST
for Worship BROniERHOOI) TO MEET
. 10:30 a.m. THe Bimonthly Meeting of
.- Warren 00. MetHodist
WA YNESVlUE Brotherhood will be held at
aRJRQI OF CHRIST Harmon Park, Lebanon, Sunday
M. H. Coffey, Minister ' August t 5 3 p. m.,
Bible School . 9 :30 a.m. t(} Robert Tucker, president.
Morning Worshil' 10:30 A. M. Rev .. John L. Whit !Jf Clifton
\' oung People's Meeting ; Methodist Church .HI
. . . 7:1 S P. M. guest . .
n.cnin2' Service '\ 8 P. M. . the meeting, to ,be
. - sponsored br Lytle Chur-cl\.
sr. AUGUSTINE t 11 ere wit be a ' picnic
Father Krumholtz, Priest . supp'er for members and their
Masses 8 and '10 A.M. families.
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M. HOLLY METHODIST . SCOUTERS MEET Nf
T. M. Scarff, Minister CHAUTAUQUA '
Sunda)' Scttool ' 9 :30 a.m. Council ,were guests .
E.A. Earnhar.t, Supt. , of the Miami district ' of ' the
WorShip Service 10 :30 a.m. Mound Builders Area , Council
.veniDg Service ' 7 :30 p.m. last night, when last in a

FRmNDS series of three ."fellowship
ftA .10 meetings' was' held at Chau
Rev. David Stanfield, Minister tauqua. The primary purpose of
Sunday School 10 a.m. these meetings was to promote
Worship Service 11 a.m. friendship and : understan111ng
between the various parts of
vTlCA E. U. B. CHORCH the council; .
Rev. William Shannon . Those attending from here
Sunday 'School ' 9 :30 a.m. S outmaster Joe James, '
Mrs. J ames Garrison, Supt. . Ronald ' Rush, Ralph Hastings,
Preaching 1st and 3rd Sundays Roger Brown, ' Therle Jones,
each month 10:30,a.nt. Lowell Th31'fras and John
Evening .Services 7 :30p.m. Fromm. .
NORm BROADWAY
PHONE 730 ' .
DOd.e
L
Cathedral' to Arrie N'onday'
,
sand persons have attended
For ' the past tliree months services \Since ' the middle of
the W;.yside Cathedra1.has been June. . .
engaged in work in the ' south The. Wayside Cathedral is to
eastern part ' of' Ohio; Through- yisit St. Mary"s Episcopal Par-
out this area are . Ish, ,from. Augu,st
of small, communities ' entirely 17!h to Services Will
withpul . adequate religidJ,ls in. pe. held lQ the. outly- .
struction and where people bave and 10 Waynes
little opportun,ttv to worship in Ville Itself.
regular churches. The Wayside .The preacher, Capt. John
Fellowship between the Prespy. . ha,s spent 1 0
terian and Episcopal churches workmg 10 ,rural mISSions 10 the
makes it possible each summ'er $outh and Ih N.ew England
to seng forth this well-equipped IS at present director of candt
trailer staffed wUh men from for the Church Army,
both denominations. These men IS In charge of the Tratnfng
minister in out-'of-the- . way School at Cincinnati. .
places, aSSisting in Daily . . The schedule of servlceS IS
Vacati'On Bible Schols . conduct- as fl)1.1ows: , '
ing recreation for the children L tI e, Tuesday," August 17
holding services and preaching: Orego.nia, W.ednesday, Aug. 18
the groups with the nearest. Harvey burg, Aug. 19
always in the hope of tyiNg up Harveysb,urg, Fn ay; Aug. 2
the with the nearest vllieLSaturdaY .. J Aug, ... t
churcl1. This summer the Cath- Corw!n, Mbn ay, Arugust 23
edral has been in Monday, East Corwm, Tuesday, August 24
Doanville, Glen Rob. Bellbrook, Weqnesday, Aug.
bms, Dorr Run, Poston, Car. Thu':5day, Aug. ... D
bondale, Duncanwood and is at WaynesvIIle, Fnday, . Aug. 27
present in the mining camp aj Waynesville, Saturday, Aug. 28
Glen Robbins . Over three thou- The Rev.. amueI N. Keys, in
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LEBANON
OPEN TDL 9 P. ...
charge of St. Mary's Church,
cordially invites all who are In-
terestedtoinspect the Cathedral
and part in the services
which will be" conducted in this
area.
. Services will be froll\'
the trailer each evening at "-
.p. rn'.
. AUCTIONEERING ..
STANLEY aDd KOOGLEa
BROKERS 1-teE'N8E
. , .'
Fo .. DateS; Phone Wayn .. vlll.
. Ohio. Rever .. ",hara.. '
SMITH ELECTRIC:' SERVICE
FQr that extra
. Or Anything Electrical'
, ,
.
Call
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RATES , ,
10 PER WORD 250 YOU'
DON'T .fORGET TO, CALL ' , ,
us for insurance. All types of ' ' .
insurance at a savings. Call , , ' ,
Francis q.ene 'Brown, ,pbone POSITIVELY MUST! '
Waynesville 2472 ,or call
, collect .. Wilming;ton 2111, order your T,ruck and Bus-
) SELL mE EAR'nI- iness Signs, now o.r
pay "much more" to J.ust
IF YOU ANYT.HING a few days" states
in Real Estate for sale, get in ford Bogen -
touch' with Ben E. Cline, lic'- & truck sign arbst of Mor-
ensedbroke r, Spring Valley, row" Ohio. He pays 10%
Ohio, in Real Estate Business to any()ne who sells a sigr;t,
since 1911. Experience tells. for, him. Sell yourself ,a
Try me , and see. ' sign now and save 10%
-826 and also a 30% higher
cost. " ,Stanford Bogen,
Signs make you money. '
THREE - ROOM Apartment
Can at Dot
Food Store. -indo
FOR SAtE
'\ , --819,
' The 8'3 rd annual '<;<?l1ett-
McKay picnic- ,wilt' be held at
Wilmington on, ,Saturday, A:ug-
ust 14.
ONE PAIR ROLLER RINK
Shoe Skates, size 8. Cail Mr. and Mrs. , Ira O. Brown
li E. Elstro. -ind and sC'ns, George and Billy.
t940 TON ' and a half Chev- at ' the
tr,:!ck, grain bed. , Wa.ypes- _

, Mr.s. H. - H. Will\amson ' and,


. one 2 71." .. - ,22 Miss Grace ,Williamsen are
i' Seller Breakfast' set; ,'1 spending,"a week the guests
chen Cabinet with matching, of Mrs. J:iauk 10 Dayton.
utility side cabinets. ' Good , , II' Wh't
' condition. Mrs. Edwin Sur- ' and Mrs. Russe . 1 e,
face Phone 2917. -712 Mr. and Mrs., Ralph White) of
, \ ' , Dayton, spent Sunday after-
WHITE ' IVORY' PORTABLE noon with Mr. and Mrs. Walter
Runs oh 'flashlight Elzey. ,
batteries ftnd' a B fhat :,;...-------
ate avail able 'at Hyman's Mr. ' and Mrs. Gilbert Frye ,'
, Store anytime: Calf Harold and sons, Richard ' Don,
' ;BIstro, 2'634 " ,have returned after two weeks'
at Bass Lake, iiCanada. ,
YeUow Gage Plums. Phone
Gilbert ' Frye -812
J
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Ph,olo ' C1CIMies
'$NAPPIh6 '
1VR.TI-ES MA'"
BE' 1t)
our Or WATEiR f't,I
eur 'THFY "MUST
HAVE THEIR. '
, I ,
A '1811J-

.,11 oPttratlng
.. ar-power-
" on _. branch.
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:THE MIAMI -GAZETTE PAGE 8
WAYNESVILLE, OHIO
TH'URSOAY, AlUOU.ST
For
2' hoW'll every day' 7 day. every
week, " ever t he kidneys 'filter
wuste nat ter from the blood. '
r f 1I0'ro people aware' o. how,tbe
ld b eys DiWlt conatantiy remove aur-
IWtoJ ft uiii exceu acida and ot ber wute
tliat eannot st ay in t he blood, .
'wit hout i njury to noaHb. there would .
be better undenltanding tII"r the
whole syatem 'S upset' 'when kldneya faa
to "lnctlon properly." .
D ac __nty or too fi' llquent
tlon aometlm. t hat
is wrong. You may suffer nasl(lol back
tl
-
Rehe headaches, dluioellll. rheuma
-'0 ' gettlnl( up at n'll(hta, swollin,.
.. Why Dot try Doo,.. PilJ.T You w1lI
bu using a mediclDe recommended the
'cuunt rr over. Doo,,. atimulate the funo-
t lon 0 the , kidneys and help them to
lI uah out poiaonoWl waste frOID tIM
blood, They CODtain l10thinl harmful.
Doa,,'. today. 'g. with ocm(iden ..
drUI atol'1!8. ,

NORRIS BROCK- COMPANY
Cincinnati Union Stock Yard.
/> Live WI,.. and Progre lve. An
ora,anization 10 nori ..
St,.lotly Iler, on the IMft
all around market In the
countrv. " , , '
SERVI,OE 'THAT SATISF'lEe
'WIHIO l,)a.yt9n 12 : 60 E. e. '1'.
Dlal tWO 'WlLW OlnclnnaU
12: 40. Dial 700. tor Our Dally
Mark-et
J. A. Hart- ,
Miss Geraldine Briedenbaug"
of Miamisburg, Carl Wright of
Bellbrook, Miss . Irina 'Fires, and
Robert Meredith were Sunda,v
evening' dihner . guests of Mr.
and Mr s. Fires.
.HEADS" vNtJER.-
WATER.. IN '
OIl.OER. ro,
SWAl.LOW,
'
,10th PER ,CENT .' 100
man, Phone New Burling-ton
307. -819 '

AP,PLES. ' RainboW,
Jeffries, Wea\thy; crab apples
, for , jelly. Underwood Orc-h-
ard; Harve.ysburg. " -812
, '
FRYERS. c. E. MICHENER,
PHONE 2926. ' ,... ' -819
SITUATIOfiS
Would Like Emma
Crew, Route 1.
" -8'1 2

, , ,
, The , Lytle Busy Fif!gers will ,
hold an ice 'cream so.cial 'Satur-
. " day evening, August 21.. , '
. " , ' -819
.." '- .
.: NOTICE OF APPOINTrytENT.'
" '
, 'Executor. , ,
Estate of S. H.- Burnet De;-
<ceased. ."
l'
Alton has returned
after- visiting several points ill'
Eastern Ohio. ' He was a,ecomp-
anied home by Don Long of
Caldwell, Ohio ..
The Edgington ram mes h'ad
a picnic sup:per Sunday evening
at the' home of Mr. and Mrs,.
Howard Widener near West
Milt<:m. '
WAN1TE,D
, 'DEAD' STOCK, ",
COWS ' $11.00 "
I ' HORSES ' 9.00 '
HOGS
Ace.rdln. t. ,S't ...
SMALL STOCK
REMOVED 'PROMP11.Y
Phone ' ' ,'
" , , -
, Notice is hereb
v
" given that ,
Harry ' Post pf-
. flee addr.ess IS ' Waynesville,
xENIA WD..M1NCTON
'1712 ' 23621 ;'"
, Ohio, R. 2 bas duly 3rP.-
pointed 'as Executor.of .,tlle
Estate of, S. H. 'Burnet' late " of
, Warren deceaS-
'ed- , .: , '
I , q ,
Dated . tJiis. 24th 4av of 'July
1948. . ". ,
C, Donald Dilatush, Atty. ,' . I
Ralph H. Carev ' ,
Judge of. the Probate Court
Warren , County, Ohio. I
..-.:.8t'2
Long of ,Caldwell .. Ohio,
and Mrs" Lamar Earnhart,
Mr. and' Mrs', A. H. Earnhart,
' and Alton Earnhart were Sun.;
day guests of Mr. and-
Mrs. Earl l:3arnhart and children.
o.t/r!AJIY.JjrrL ONES?
v
FARMER OWNED

600 POUNDS CF FI$H
PER. N:.R.(f'
For
Greider Safety-of Farm' Owner. '
" '/
Mr. and. Mrs. i.-Stanley Morris
o'f Cincinnati ,were ... Sllnday ,
guests' o.f Mr. ,aind M'rs. :M. ,
and", (laughter. 'They t
were flccPl1)pamed " home by ,
thelr Elleij, w1;to
h'ad been a guest 'af the Fulker-
son home for several days .
Bucbsleb, , Inc.
, 'lAND aDd
.. ' ship
Finance with a Land Bank
LONG TERMS-
, ' LOW INTEtmST , .'
, , REPAYMENT PRIVIt;GES
l.OAN ASSQCIATION
" Roo. 5 ,Old Bank Bldg.
,', . '\1 S.Btoaaway ,
LEBANoN,:OfIKJ Phone 488
, ,Ellis,' H.
LEBANON "NATIONAL FARM '
, DIUVU
TAR oct ROAD
LAWN uti ' FILL DIRT .
READY-MIX CONCRETE ,
,EXCAVATING aDd DUMP TRUCK ,SERVICE
Q '
_"!. -
There'll Be a Fall Festival
JiLlfum,.lliic Group Votes ..
Every tGwn has street rights. WAVNeaVILLE SINCE 1 .
of"W',ay on the official maps 43$2 Five CENTS A COPY
___ ___
f!y been laid out. Portions of W/AYNUVII.L:" oHIO THU'RSDlA.V; AlUQU8T 1t. 1141
,Water Street come under this __ ___ - _______ ___
Hea-ding in , Waynesville, ,along C t: d -' E li h ; C7\ il
, with several other. locations. oaCU an, ' og, S . e/.,)ea"hd
But' not until did I ' .
lea..-n that a housing develop T . h Ar Ue ... J CLARENCE RICHARDS
ment is held solelYt be eac er ' e U'w Clarence Richards, ,t 7, of
cause of a nllssing street. Three ' , , Route 2, ' :waynesvilJ.e was
cellars were dug and materials ' Edwin G. PorteJ, ' a killed in an auto accident -at
for homes were hauled into a graduate of Ohio State l!hlVer- about 2 a. , m. Saturday on a
- site where' no 'street. exists. sity was. chosen from a of rural road near ' Roachester.
The homes are in five applicants. for. coach at According to the report o{
the square bounded by Waynesville High School. by Dr. H. M. Williams, Wfarren
Street, Route 73, Dayton 'Road, the sc'hool board Monday county coroner, Richar,ds, with
9
ha
pman Street. face Subjects :which Porter William Kinner, 23, and Nelson
Cooner RealioD
A of the Conner
families was held Sund.ay at the
hottle of Leo and Raymond
Conner" featuring a
dinner on the lawn. Guests tn
cluded Mr. and Mrs. Harry
Conner arid daughter, Mr. and
Mrs. William Houston,. Carl
Conner, Mrs. Mr.
. and Mrs. Clinton BurriS and
daughter, and MTs. Emma ,
Grubb all of Dayton; Mr. and
Mrs. P.aul Burris and daughter
of Xenia; Mr. and Mrs.
Conner and daughter of TlpP
City; Mrs. Russell Bentley, Mrs.
Sadie Conner, Mr. anq M'rs.
Earl Conner and' son, Mr. 'and
Mrs. Raymond Conner and
daughters, and Mr. and .Mrs,
Leo Conner and daughters.
. the lme where the efflclal teach have not yet been , Jones i 6 both of Oregonia,
shows H?ixth 'Street" b}lt Sixth ed. His home is M'ingo Junctton, as passengers was driving along.
Street IS a proJect. It three miles south of Steuben- the rural road when he 1051
has never been paved or vitte. . ' control of his' car. It turned
off for any kmd of The board also hired. LOUIse over, it was 'said, causing fatal B. L
vehicles; J. Morton t6 Enghsh and .. injuries to the driver. ' l
. I don. t knmy what the Latin the ;hIgh school. She Kinner 'suffered a fractured tr ,
- 'homes to started a . has the past Jour and a neck and shoulder and Jo'nes a JOHN JlARRY HUll
------
street, but .It would hkle
a
half years at.. Cler- fractured neck. Both were re- Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Hull are
, that bUilder had understoo mont County, OhiO. She ported tod'ay in seriouS con- announcing the birth of a seven
- that Sixth was gomg to ceived a college. degree m dition at Our Lad'y of M'etcy pound baby son, -John Barry, at
be put througH. Anyway, pi es 1920.. . hospital at Mariemont. Richard' s . Grandview Hospital on Satur-
of blocks, lumber,. and The board voted to hire the body was brought to the Os.,' day evening, August 14. Mr\
soil can be seen at. the site following bus drivers: Robert wald funeral home in Lebanon. and Mrs. Ed Hopkins are the
the' abandoned project. 5 . Baker Don Gahris John . 'matenilal grandparents and Mrs. '
all. '. meye;, RiChard Ray CHURCH. OF, CHRIST Edith i
Hull
of Leesburg is the
.' Harper, and Deca.tur Thomp- SENDS N' INE TO CAMP p'aternaJ grandmother
Guest colummst for the rest 'son One m0re dnver and two . .
of this space is Rev. R. B. Cole- are needed for the Nine youn'g people from STORK SHOWER GIVEN
man, who ,has conht.ributed at seven ' buses to run this church of elirist attended Tri- FOR MRS. J. W. HUU.
on. IS recen Ralph. was given state Christian service cam,p "
vacation 10 'Oregon . a " contract to bUIld a two-bus week ,at Tar-Hollow. state park, Miss Ann Campbell and
A clogged raaiator addition to the school bus east of Chillicothe 'Ohio: ( Virginia Schuler.' entertamed
, mond; InCl., was the ' garage for $2,300. They are Barbara ' Dicken, dunng the past week, ,at
dent of the Colemans trip. , ' sheets, Gharles Robert home of the former, nononng
After that, be wrUes,' , " , W' e : II_J_I Hayden, DicJcensheets, Mrs. J. W. Hull with a stork
...... vJ I . 1. DU:IIiU' _ JimQ1Y 'OiCkensheeis, shower. Contests and games
,. Jl1.1 Burhhgfon, Iowa; LUAI '. " te.w.fs, Jc;'h'p em:. "were ' -, _....
Neb.; Wyo.; . Donald ' Lukens of Waynfs- 'dorf, .and Frank Hayden. A dessert ' course, in appoint.
Idaho, and thence te Eugene!! ville H. S. won a gold medal. in The minister, M. H. Coffey, ' men,ts fitting the O.ccasion, was
Ore. , . the /"Udginp' contest on dairy served as one .of the instructors. served. Guests were, Mrs. I J.
"We crossed the McKenZie ast Fr1da . at the' W/ooster He will also return to the camp W. Hull, Mrs Grace_ Schuler,
Pass of 'the.. Gi-scades, whe.re we' eriment Slation . . His 381 this w.eek as an instructor for Mrs. - Oelberl Conger, Mrs.
' foun.d consrde.r.able snow m .the ,ouf ofa possible 400 points the Juni'or camp group. Glenn Hopkins, Mrs..
C
revices and 10 the heavy tlm- .' th B'liley,' M'rs. Everett ' KenncK,
' h W was the highest score In e EASTERN, ST' ... , D . TO 'HOLD " h '. k' M E'"
ber along the '!ay. estate . Aft Mrs. Art ur Hop lOS, rs. u.
m.ad,e the. 2,5.55 , Mdes from Lee CY.Ba.nl:en and. 'J\il.lie,' PICNIC AT CI:IAUTAJ,JQUA H'opki'ns, Miss PhyHis
R hmond to five days d Mrs. Painter, Mrs. E. C. Wnght,
IC . b ' t'if I ,'ty 'Carter also' accompame In- Miami Chapter. 107, Onder Mrs Howard Bu' rton, 'Mrs. Ray
"EuP'ene IS a. eau . U CI structor . J B. Cra:bbe ,to the f E t St I ' l
,.0 3 000 tbe he'l ,,.t of o. . as ern ar, ,' IS p annmg:: lAl !organ, Mrs. 'Wymer
of over. 0, . In <U event and' placed high' in the f S d S t 5 t
the timber section, ththe . Some 9000 Ohiq pICnIC or un ay, ep. t a Mrs. John Hover, Mrs .. Eveland
west LumbenT\J IS . e c Ie o' tt;.l d 6 ,p. at Chautauqua. All and Mrs. Keith Ashmead.
occupation with farm school o.ys a en;ue . M,1anu Chapter members and ,. ___ ' _____ _
ing second ,> and the tauns' bus ,. .'.' . families 'an<t all Waynes. MIt.K PRICE FOR JULy
ine'ss third. The city lies in the . 8: l:-. RO.btnson return.ed Ville Lodge 163 F. and A. M. ,
Willamette 'Valley is ri'ch' after few With members families " are ex, IS $5.52 PER CWT.
and productive. String .beans hiS (ather In Philadelphia. to attend. ' _", Milk producers fn the Day-
a m;ajor 0 crop, schools tOh-Springfield , market a,rea.
' " do not open unb,t. a large part of . \ ..--WiJI receive a price---ci
". them are -gatherati; a<[Qund the for
middle of September. ' . ' , marketed in July, according to
,"EngliSh <waHlUts" , fllberts, Leslie C. Mapp, general
fruit and' mint. amon'g I er of the Miami Valley Coop.
ing 'crops. 'A deal of hve- erative"Milk Producers Associa.
stock and fme ' dairy are tion. '
to been seen. .. . ,
. The, producers' blend price ,
' HWe spent two' 'for JUly IS i8 cwt.
with' our . \y
ho
em- higher than. in The blend
,ployed in the' city hbrary. We.. price fO.r milk , testing J.5 %,
stayed in the home whe{e she butterfat was $5 . .05 per hun.
rooms and boards. When we pounds. ' '
left 'Eugene, we north.to
Portland,' then via . .The July price for Q.ass I.
umbja River one of milk, used for bpttling pur-
e' the most scenic sectIons oJ ,gses, IDc,reased 1 8 cents per.
Northwest. . We stopped " 'at c}yt; over :' the Ju.ne 1
Bonn'eville Dam, whe.re a .great ' price, the July IlL
fish/ ladd'er helps, price, dropped 8 'AI' cents per
othe.r fish'to ascend, the stream. hundred P9
unds
fr.(}m' the 'C1!lSs
One may 10Q'k 6ver and"' watch HI ,price for the precedmg
the fish' jump ,1he steps. . month. However, . 'the blend
.. "Our 'stop was ,pric which computed on the
t coW Idaho where we VISited 'utiHzation' of the ' total volume
'boyhood friend, J, C. De ' of milk 'received ' in the market
wut J';hen we went north to , showed an increase over June.
'spokane, Wash., visiting Pr'oduction ion July dropped
nt ht near there with Asa WI
for the homeward JoUrney f 0% compared with the preced.
, via,' Yellowstone Park and the ing month a.nd was one I'er
Black Hills of South cent let s .fhan. .1Pr tlle same
-My t940 Buick now registers month in '19'4'7.
t 22,000 miles."
."
. ,
The First Annua4 little Miami
Fall Festival will be held in
Waynesvi1Je in October,
ing to plans formulated by a
Civic Club conunittee yesterday
,evening. ' . ."
The exact dates will be set
next Monday after it is lellrned
whether a carnival can be book-
I ed'for the event. Tentative plans
call for rides and concessions to
be set up on Miami Street, with
nearby granges, clubs, and
other groups 'beIng to
send exhibits.
A. H Stubbs is chairman of '
the cornimittee in charge. Others
attending the ,first' meeting
at his home were M'aynard
,Weltz, 'Ross ' Hartsock, E. 0",
Scott, Samuel Ball, Francis
Gene Brown, and Carl G.
Smith. w.i1l be
named Monday. .
The decision to undertake . a:
fall festi val was made at Mon-
day's'Civic Club meeting, Wlitch
was ,addressed by Stanley Mouse,.
a,ccount executive af Station
WHIO in Dayton: The speak-
er's top,ic was "Pass a Laugh'
Along. ' He -did just that, leav-
ing his hearers wishing their
memory for jokes was better.
Two Drivers Hurt
,II Crash'
Two drivers were injured and
both tbeir ca'rs nearly demolish-
ed when a 1936 sedan skidded
into the path of a t 948 coupe
. during a ' rainstorm here Tues.
' day vening. The occ,:,r.
'red on, U. S. Route 42
Vf s .
'Both dnvers were" faken to '
Miami Valley Hospital. Ted
Parsons of, Corwin, driver of
the car, suffered multiple _
face lacerations, two fractured
r[bs, loss' of blood. The
driver', L. Mortenson of Chi
cago, i was released yesterday
morning after treatment for a '
frraetuted knee. , ,
Parsons, drlvlng .south, is be.
lieved to ha pulled out tQ pass
another , car " and applied . his
brakes suddenly on 'seeing, Mor-
tenson' s car He
skidded at a rig:ht angle to the
road' and was hit broadside with
StIch force that the .middle of
hi,S car' is, only about
wide.
Wayne Township Repub-
lican Club will meet Wednes-
day, Aug. 25, at tbe home of
Mrs. Lawrence Hardin on MaIn
street. A fro!ll the
, , 0rgantzatJon Will be
present. .
'Farmer's Grangt? , 13' .will,
meet in regular seSSIOn On Sat ,
urday evenigg, August 21; and
:.a fine program will be by
the Springboro Grange. All
mctmbers are urged ' fo be
present. ' . '
, 't. H. Gor,d,)(l has .returned
after ' two weeK'; at Mal'tinsv.i11e, ,
'Jnd., ' he w,!nt for c(.Jm. ,
. .our.
'lOg .hls . staY1. Mrs. Gordon was
a guest of Mrs. Eloise tang in
Cll1ciI1nati. L '
.. . -
. Tile reul1i,on
will be held at the home of
Mr. and \\ alter Larrick
on State Route 48, just south of
lebanon, on Sunday August
J. C. Hawke .IS president ana.
Mrs. Katber(ne Fromm Banta
. is of the group. '
GAlETTa Ad.
I

The Miami Gazette
E !3 TA B LISBBO 1 15.
Pub li shed Every Thul"Sday
At Waynesville, Qhio '
CARL, G, SMITH, EcUtor
. _ Enter ed eco nd ola matter at the Post Office
SUBSCRiPTION RATE:
,,1.50 Yea,. in AdvanCe '
Events Coming Up
, .
(To nave events listed in, this calendar, DOtit) The Gazette
before ' 4 p. m. Tuesda_ . ) , ,
FRIDA\Y. AUG. 20
Softball, Kier's at 8 p', rn.
a_ side Cathedral at McClure's Home, 7 p. m.
, SJ\TURDAY, AUG. 21 '
Wa)side Cathedral at McClure's corner., 7 p. m.
Farmers Gr.ange o. 13 at 7 p. m.
SUNDAY, AUG. 22
Go to Church r
,unior Legion All-Star game at Bellbrook 2 :30 p. m.
Exhibition softball, Bellbrook vs. Miamisburg, 8 :30 p. m.
\ ith old-timers game ' at 7 P. M. ..J
MONDAY, AUG. 23
Bo cout Troop 40 at 7 : 15 P. M.
Ameri an L gion Post 615 at 8 P. M.
Softball, Kier s ys. F,airley's at 8 P. M.
, a side at Church of God, Con in, 7 P. M.
TUESDAY, AUG. 24
a side Cathedral at, . rch of ' God, 7 P. M.
WEDNESDAY, AUG. , 25
Softpall, Miller s vs. prin.,g Valley at 8 p.. M.
ide Cathedral at Bellbrook, 7 P. M.. .
, THURSDAY, AUG.', '26
Softball,' Legion vs. B.ellbrook, 8 P. M.
' Vayside Cathedral at Bellbrook, 7 P. M.

inspire; tools for work; pi tures
of societ '. the world and the
9turch -to challenge. These
In tr ret and use them,
and the people to
when u p e d, toget-'
her ,around , a Cathedral Could
make a program which will ,be
of real use to Southern Ohio
provideCi it is able 'to go to
the people who need it most.
It can go. if we put -it on wheels.
M_ ream is not of some fabric
of eaut in one of the cities of
S uthern Ohio ( valuabl e as
su 'b buil ings are in certain
c nters) , but of a Wayside
, Catl)ed.;.al, fully equ'ipped for
the work "hicfll our Depart-
m nts are -seeki ng to do. Wher-
ey,er it goes' it will say . " You
see here the symbol of a Church
\\ hich moves fo rward on its
mission to teacb, preach, win
men to Christ, nurture them
with His Word and Sacrament,
an extend His Kingdom:'
The diocesan convention en-
d r-ed the plan., The gener-
ositv of several persons enabled
Bi hop Ho son to proceed at
at once. Norman R. Strugis, an '
ar -hitect specializi ng in church
ork, developed plan which
c . mbined. dignit a1 beauh-
wltli maXimum usefulness.
At the Generall Convenhun in
o tober, 1937 the Wa si e
Ca he.dral made it' fir.:: t ap! ear -
ance. . '
Five cbi'ef' , a'ms . r re ke t ,
before tho.:e 'ho tanned the..
pr
1. To help unite the dlo ese as
one family.
2. To strength!n small rural
parishes and missioTJ :
3. To reach iscilate mem r
of the EpiscolPal Church.
4 . To er: e unc'hurched ' areas.
5. To encourage fe,11owsbip ,ith
other Christian bodies.
, In Journeys Oft,' is the
MT. HOLLY METHODIST motto of the Vva)' side Cathe-
M. carff, Minister dra,l . It Jives up to its motto
umlav 'SCh,(\ol ' 9 :30 a.m. as it journeys from Church to
E.A. Earnhart, Supt. .'- Church from rur;aJ. area to isoJat-
10 :30 a.m. e farm home underprivileged
flel;Jtng Service 7 :30 p.m. .mining community to forgotten
METHODIST CHURCH
, , R.B. Coleman, Minister
Church chool '9 :30 a.m.
, J . J . Burs1ce, Supt.
Worship anq Sermon
10:30 a.m. '
CAESARS CREEK FRIENDS
ke'V. David Stanfield, Minister
Sunday School i 0 a.m.
Service 11 a.m.
hamlets in the hills. , .
"Fi nd children '\ ho are cut
off from regular attendance at
any unda y School."
Help ,the a 'ed and infirm,
tJl e shut-ins, the isOl ated."
Special Music,
ST. MARY'S EPISCOPAL
Samuel . Keys,
Morning PrC:lyer , 10 ;3 0 a.m4
UTICA E. U. B. CHURCH '
Rev. \NiJliam Shannon
Sunday School 9 :30 a.m.
to .. the or weak,
congregatIOn anl1' offer aU the
'help the Episcopal Church can '
gi e." .
Mrs. J ames . Garrison, Supt.
Preaching 1 st and lrd Sundays
each month t 0 :30 a.m.
f; vening Services 7 :3 op.m.
FRIENDS "
. -
J Yn.E METHODIST
,
First Da School 9 :30 a.m. '
Meetin2' for Worshio
\ 10:30 a.m.
WA YNESVIU..E
, CHURCH OF' CHRIST
Dr. Josepb Minister
Sundav School . 9 :30 a.m.
Ruth. Saylor" Supt,
\\ ()ishlP Servlce 10 :3 0 a.m.
M. H. cOffey, Minister _
Bible School 9 :30 a.m. ' . '
Morning WorshiJl ' 10:30 A. M . . FERRY, CHURCH OF cHRIST
:\ oungPeople's Meeting - ' . BYron Carver, MiniSk r
7:t5 P. M. Bible SChOOl 9 :30 a.m.
t "eni02" $ervice 8 P. M. Worship 10:30 a:.m.
-
&c. AUGU' ,STINE ' Prayer ,,7:00 p.m.
r ,y oung Peqple s
Father Krumholtz, Priest . . 'i :00 p.m.
Massts 8 and 1 0 Everiing, Services 7 :3 p.m.
It
A ' bleak future loomed for have to be. There have been
st. Paul's Cathedral, magic , carpets which transport
, A dissolving congregation due ' passengers from one place to
to a changed neiJfiborhood, and another. in 'a quite ,remarkable
and a disintegratlllg fabric which ' way; So chairs sometImes travel
' threatened to eat up funds with- ,around. .,
lOut adequate return in service, :, "What I want is a chaar - '
demanded some drastJe action. , a Q.thedral - 'which is not
Bishop Hobson recommended to fastened down in ""'urch
the 1937 Diocesan Convention in ' one City, but one v. , can
that the old Cathedral building travel around to every Parish
be demolished, and then in telf- and Mission in the Diocese.
ing of his dream for the future , "Such a chair would be rather
. useless if it mefely provided a
IS a Cathect ral ? It' :; place' fOf the BISbop to sit. It
a chai r ! s the word must be sqrrounded with other
meanS. ChaIrs are lIke carpets. essenti als and other people. An
Most of them are rat her seltled altar for worship' ' books
in one place, but they dont to ,study ; things of beauty to
t, Help , other Christians do a
better j Qb. ". ,
These are some of the con-
stintly re.peated instructions
t hat Bishop Hobson fi ves to
tJte W 8athe(tal staff,
who are now guests of The Rev.
Sa:mueJ N. Keys, rector of St.
Mary's Episcopal Church,
Waynesville. , " '
Miss Marilyn Burike is enjoy-,
ing, a vlcation between
summer studies at Wilmington
and fe-entering Green
{, 'n iversity. .
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IIOURS:
)- i 2 each morning
t -s except

7,-9 Safurdaj evening '
Other 'evenings by' '
Appointment
TELEPHIQNE 62-R
Dr. C. E. Wilkin
Optometric Eye SpeeIaljII ,
28 South J)etrolt Str.et
./
- , omo .
REDS CHANGE
ON AUG. 27 TO NIGHT
The Cincinnati Reds-Brook- :
(
Iyn Dodgers game scheduled for
Friday, .4.ugust 2:] I at Crosley
Field, has been converted into a
ni ht game by mutual agree-
ment, Redleg president ' Warren
C. Giles announced this week.
It will be 'necessary fo r fans
who, ha.ve purc hased ti ckets for
this 'contest in a.dvance to ex-
change them at the Red' s ti cket
office at 307 Street, Cin-
cinnati 2 . Ti,ckets for all
at Crosley Field August,
which' will see the four Eastern
cl ubs makn,p: their final 1948 ,
invasion ' of Cincinnati, are
avail able now and may be
ordered by mail.
Dr. E. R. Crew of Fort
' ("
THE MIAMI GAZETTE PAGE 2 ,
WrAYNESVILLE. OHIO Nd! 4S82
THURSDAY, AUGUST 19, 1148
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t' ........ ...,_,'
....... CleCa '
Margaret Hanan . returned
this week from the Glrl Scout
Camp 'NIhip - Poor Will
Hills where she has been, a
councill or' afte r leaving Miami
Uni versity.
Mrs I3ertha Prickett of
L wistown
h
Ill., is spending- two
weeks wit , her daughter Mrs.
Ernest Harlan of Lytle - Fe,rry
Road.
Laduderdatle'f ' tV has aRwbeek
t
Mr. and Mrs. Clarence J .
en gues 0 I roo er, 0 er Davis had as Sunday guests Mr.
Dr. Crew, former and Mrs. Walter Manifold ar. j
Mrs. Roy Hurley and son of
Hospital for more than 27 . Leesburg. . '
-ear bef re leavin due to hi ,---.-----
health. He i now superintend- Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Harl an
ent of a in Fort and daughter have, moved to
Lauderdale. ' their new home 'near Fayette-
ville.
r. and Mrs. Earl Earnhart.
son and daughter and, Mr. and
r' . Bernar Dale' Mon-
:t .. morn in!" for Niaga r'a' Falls
. ncr p jnts in C.:.raJ.l.
Mrs. L. 0. Woolley \S enjoy-
ing several week's vacation In
Cal ifo rn i.a.
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Mrs. Robert Hunt of Fayette:
M . arid Mrs. Ativin H. Earn-
hart an son, Mr. Alton ElJ- rn-
hart w re atur ay evening
inner guests of Mr. and Mrs.
viII e was a week end guest of
her son-in-law and qaug,hter,
Mr. an j Mrs. S. Carlton Cook.
GAZETrE
ADVERTISERS
Karl Ba b and son, Mr. Dean
Babo, near Paintersville.
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COM.PLETE
" ,
ERVICE
A restful, homey atmosphere in
u ti ful res i d ence.
STUBBS 'Funeral Home
TELEPHONE n:J1 WA YM:.SVILll, O. ,
. Household
. August 28, 1948
, ,I, havin,g divided my house, am, offering at, Public
the following:'
Upright Piano '
Libr.ary Table
Book Case
, Dining Table and Chairs
Large ,Punch Bowl, Glass with CUP's
Dishes
Chairs
Victrola .
Rug, 1.1' - 3" x 12' Axm-inster '
', Gasoline Range
,Oil Heater, Small Room
Ice-Box ..
No Springs
W,ashing Machine
..
..
. . ... 1.
"
, .
, 0: .: !
and other item.s ,toonumeroQS to mention.
, TIME OF SALE IS 1 O'a.ocK '
SHARP AT MY Rf:SIDENCE IN LY'J1.E
. ' ,
, .. :
Margaret A. Jobs'
mRMS' OF SAIE CASH
' Stanley and Koogler, AuctioneerS
Charles Doster, Clerk.
3 , THE MIAMI GAZETTE Inventions Contest sponsored
OHIO No. 4a&2, joinlly by the Twill Th,eatre anG
'TIHU RSDAY, AUGU'ST 19, 1M8 , the Miami Gazette, with $3.00
69th" . as previously advertised.
on the latter was destroyed by ,
fire recently and Warner Bros.
was not able to cOQrdinate its'
to include Wayne,s-
ville, Maybe you people WIll
forgive because if it's action you
want, the sub titute George
Brent picture ill hold y u 'on
the edge of your chairs.
INVEST IN MACHIN.5
CAUTIOUSLY,
ADVISED BY ECONOMIST
of a ye(1,r now, but' be"
e uld his hors.e. ar:td
his f' ,-Ui "1 11ent ' f!r: :.r: for $577
,... I ";1 ' ;..... ,,.. () I
to the first prize $2.00
to the second place winner, ,and
- - a pass for of pictures
, _ Expected changes in of
'farm products, ,in availability o.f
power farm mach,inery, and in
Lh .... number of ' farm , workers
cause J. H. Sitterley, rurC\1 eco-
nomics depar'tment, Ohio State
University, to urge Ohi.o farm-
to. taRe considerable care in
jeciding on the amount of farm
they will buy in 1949
and 1950.
" .1nu., ' ii . . . .
/- \ :'t: ,ll " ... i ,:.) " ,g- of power
TWIN
to I the thud best. ' Just
fa rm mac III ry 0 mak "
operator! of utslde
m:, : hme ',' 'j. , make less ,
. ' '
.L-enses
, sketch your invention and give
a brief description of it ' on a
single sheef of paper ' bearing
your name and address, and
mail it by Sept. 1, 1948, to
'l., .contest Editor, Miami Gazet-
te.
Looks as though George
Brent is weekending here as
"Slave Girl" a color beauty of
girls, horses, camels, and lmen
in costumes, hits the sound
'" "'I rk for cust III pcT'lfors; so
rmerS ' who not
i'ull 'balll., oon
will be able" t ' haye ' I tOffi\
\ rk dQne at 1 ra,t ' and
FOX HOLLY
Did yQU receive your Brick
Bradfo.rd Club card yet The
are available at the Twill 'ibea-
tre 'boxoffice, Do.t 'Food Store;
Hyman's; Lacy,'s, Waynesville
Drug Store and the bank. These
cardS mean 15 weeks of su-
spence and action in CQlumbia's
great Brick Bradford Serial.
EverYQne must be
with the Features comtc
strip by the same name, which
appears daily in Qver 800 news-
papers.
The Brick Bradford erial
aturdav aftenioon' at the
Twin' -peciaJ matinee ,. ho,vinfY
at 2 & 4 P. ,M" when f oIl we r
o.f'the Canad ian Mounti e erial
wh mpi led ' lev 11 I unche .
I1 n thei :' Mr l p- t i ," will b
admitted FREE for ' the 12th
and f il1 :11 'hapter. So there w"iH-
C , ( " r five .chan ' thi '
a v to catch" til pening
h;rter-of the Braiford s rial:
two attern on an::l thr "
jp,p' ' h ) 'V - ,
A. f1 r 11
of trip t
the '. prnt tion nf
, imp il Ie We:ll' on' r in\! ti-
ti n b) the I ading I am I.:r.
Kane 1' hm nd, hI} ' ()'" ,
1:" i: r;tl aid. AJ ( 'In th i-
will slay ou). r i ali! '
to r turn ' t ttl 1 th n-
tur via a Time Tqp to . l et ' a
secret formula. 'Fanta ti v
" ut were the 'radio. and
telephone an airplane, : ll, {
c:1t(h f -i- ek .,. ]l aJ te l' , an.i
enter t.J '- Bri k Bra f r N v
--- ". -, - ..
Let your imaginatic:m riot,
as the winning en,tnes be
judged on the baSIS of mterest
'and not draftsmanship. Surely
you m.ust once have said" "Oh,
if someone would only lllvent
something to ."
your' opportunitv to get paid for
puttlllg your thoughts qn paper.
Judges will be
week. Decisions will be ' fmal
and entries will be the propeIty
of the Twin Theatre.
Maybe, 0' Regan ,v.ill get a
wall-stretcher out of this con-
test, so th se "crowds" on Sat-
urdav nights can be handled.
. ' Talk about lu K tllmilles-
the Ken iri k' ,on the weekly
caSh award' at the Twin la t
' aturday for the third
time in eleven weeks and the
'econd wee}; " c,dnsecutively.
Ea- h time a different memberc
of the famil has, on. Thi
time the Hbreadwinner Everett
cop ed the prize. ' Looks like
th;e m'anagement will have to
I ri be that famil to keep them
from again. then,
what's wrong With private en-
t rpr i e, hone tl cQnducted?
Briefviews: Last chance to sec
Robert Ta I r and Marguerite
'Chapman In URelentless,' epic
f the W!estern plaIn.s.
aturda { feature will be
"God's Countr and the Wo-'
man ' in tead Qf " The Fighting
ne of the f w remaininO' pri"tlts
tracks Sunday and Monday, sup- The changes expected are
ported by Warner News arid a ,more machinery , owned on
Paramount musical. farms, lower prices fQr 'farm
mI.; ;' :"g, :nl t Cl -:l !i fL torvl
p rf rmane , A r ..
ma ... hic2ry III ... tmcnt 1 ,omt
pur h,as" with n ' i;':h1 f !':, if the
Ol en Clr. ag- r e lJI1 : !' :l ri l\ : work
and t '.
Th r' )\ \ , nswer to
the tl nhJlI nt l f _ 'nery. a
farm \. shoul d. WI1. F(rm slze'l
person;llit y of tl farm ' wner,
fa mi1 1a10r uppl, i ,
load on th farm all aftect the
an \' ' r,
A's an adventure storv it s not roducts, and a l!ttle easier farm
Quite llelieveable. As a labor Farmers have
it never gets out of the slapstick , teen buying as much power
st.age (talking camels, no less), machinery as possible fQr several
but with Andy De- ears because labor was scarce
Ivine and Arthur Treacher for and the machines permitted a
laughs, the picture should amuse farm operator to turn out more
all ,except those With frozen high prked products. AnQther
jaws. factor was the impossibility of Al nz Monger , f Lenoir
MGM features, at sent from gett ing custom operators to do City, Tenn. , spent we.ek
the , Twin ' for several month, work at the time the farmer with his br ther and slster-m-
re-enter Tuesday. with Wallace wa... nted it dQne. law, Mr. cl nd Mrs. RQb.ert
Beer 's great 'role of Jjm Mr. SHterley estimates the. Monger. On ;,'.v11 a ' ven'mg
Breedin, the ex-convict who averalYe tQtal' investment in his son, J, C. Monger of payton
t ' t st and event l'o call "'.d 'I nd took his father home
nes 0 go r " - horses and machinery on, aW l" ... CI- 1
ual1y does, ,in " lias a Gentle- ern Ohio farm in 1909 wa . with him, On his return, (\ on.zo "
man." As u ual the Twin will $1,736, the investment-increas- ",ill visit two daughter In em-
three shows on Tuesday ed to $3,818 in 1929, and it cinnati.
nigbt for late shoppers. now is an'1rf'lyima..fel, __ -;'-;;;. --- --- t
t I , F 'd ' b'll '-=r J r. and Mrs. j. K. Pres on,
ex T lur clay, n ay s I - Depreciahon, repairs, other t f
inK of ' ' features Alan items, and fuel anli oil cost a were wee'k end ues s 0
Ladd as a di Army Air we tern Ohio farmer an ave age relati es in Chicago.
Force veteran who takes on a ___ __
.. paid as-igrnnent to' fl , a.
gUb gent1em,en of means into
for moo Ster1011S rea on .
Ho\\ ev 1', Veronica Lake makes
the trip tob and the complica-
ti on are ilOt slow in ari ing. In
th nd Lactd i the tire j ut
vi tor:iou hero, "
Mi _ Ruth Conner was the
guest of Mr. an j Mrs. Robert
Farle i11 Columbus 'during the
,\eek.
Pres

BIG M-a "growing" favori1, :
On
BIG M for maximum yield ,fer.tilizera your needs,
== of your wheat cropl BIQ M every fertilizer the =
, , == for -high"eat market quality I BIG M brand performs up :"=
= that reputation because it :=
NOWI ANYONE 'AN HAY'
PlENTY O'F WOT

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POCKET-Sill 'PRfABI.E ,
WAtER HEAlIR COSTS I.US THAN $2.25
HEATS FAST AS, GAS I
:Merely ploc:e a portable F ASrr. .. WA Y , 11.t
Reater in n receN,acie containing lI'all'r.
in nearest socket, ' Pre tol Heats waLer qm 'k'
, for bathing, scrubbing, wlloShing, etc, Also,clean'"
ina milk separators, dePf!!1dlDg on;'
quantity, Heats fast a gas burner, ,
fires to 'build or hot water 10 carrY-DO ruemn
I up a.nd dOwn stairs, r-io dirt. no muss, no toil
heavy fuel bill , ,'illJldyl Inexpensivel No'\l\' ,
lleslI tban ('auiionr Read directioJlJl '
Ifofe qaina. For l:!.l'.,... " ,
Waynesvi i Ie
, Furniture'
= And it',' been that way for h' h =
. :
cern is that of supplying
e more hilh-potash-content
= ' Order now hom J'OU1 la, ==
',== . The Miami fertilizer Company - ."_ "
t OFFICI-DAYTON, OHIO .
OHIO
-== ' n. Miami Fe"ilJa, COmpll;ny .. .n =-
independeht Miami Vall ey concern ,
== amd.r direc' o;,e,.tJtm 01 it!! ownen. -=
Til IllUm,i iUUi uiilllhi'ihil
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AUGUST 22, 1948
, Noon Till ? ? ?
THRillING EVENTS
Mail Your Entries Now I
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The Lions :' Club, Box "144, Xenia,Qhio or
Fred 'Matson, 84.4 N. King St., Xenia, Ohio
ADUL TS SOc CHILDREN 30e
KIL-KARE PARK

SMOKED HAMS' & 'BACON, .
BEEF SOLD BY SIDE OR QUARTER
FRYING AND ROASTING CHICKENS
Waynesvi.11e Locker Plant
PHONE ' FOOT OF MiAMI ST.
r4ANITEX Rugs
. ' ex9 -:- 9x9 - 9x12
PRICED AT $3.98 $5.60 &
DE-MOIST":"'" IT REALL 001; THE WORK
, '$1:29 P r
"
WALL PAPER AND' PASTE AND SIZING
.. G. E. BULBS - NU
. KEMTONE ,
,Waynesville Furniture &
South Main Street across fr:>m Grange HaU
Telepb.one 2422
On Route '35', 3 Miles West of Xenia, Ohio,
__ __ __
,10 'Buy, Sell, Trade
': Rent, ,,, Burrow, USE
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Published Every Thursday
At Ohio '
CARL G: SMITH, EdJtor
I,
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Events Coming Up
(To have events listed in this calendar, notify The Miami Gazette
" before 4 p. m. Tuesdays.)
FRIDA\Y, AUG. 20
Softball, Kier's vs. Legion at 8 p. m. .
Wayside Cathedral at M,cClure's Funeral HOl11e, 7 p. m.
. SATURDAY, AUG. 2,1
Wayside Cathedral at McClure's corner, 7 p. m.
Farmers ,Grange No. 13 at 7 p. m .
. SUNDAY, AUC.22
Go to Church!
All-Star game at S'ellbrook, 2 :30 p. m.
Exillbition softball, Bel.1brook vs. Miamisburg, 8 :30 p. m.
with old-tifl1.ets game at 7 P. M. '
MONDAY, AUG. 23
Boy cout Troop 4q at J :15 P. M. .
American Legion Post 615 at 8 P. M.
Softball, Kier's vs .. Fairley's at 8. P. M. .
Wayside Cathedral at Church of God, Corwin, 7 P; M.
TQESDAY, AUG. 24
Wayside Cathedr.al at Church of God, ' eorwin, 7 P. M,
, WEDNESDAY, AUG. 25
Miller's' vs. Spring Valley at 8 P. M.
. 1. ' Ide Cathedral at Bellbrook, 7 P. M. ,
THURSDAY, AUG. 26
Softball: Legion Bellbrook, 8 P . . M. '
Wayside Cathedral at Bellbrook, 7 P. M.

inspire.; tools for 'Work; pictures
of society, the world and the
' Church to challenge. These
int rpret .an<,1 use them,
elements ',and the people to
when g r. 0 u IP e d toget-
her around a Cilthedral could
make a progra,m which, will be
of real use to Southern Ohio
provided it is able' to go to
the who need it most.
It can go if we Pllt it on wheels;
My dream is not , of some fabric
of beautv in one of the cities of
SO'uthern Ohio (valuable as
su ,h buildings in certain
centers), but 'of a Wayside
Catbedr,al, fully equipped for
the work 'which \ our Depart-
. men ts are seeking to do. Wher-
,ever it goes it will say "You
see here the sYmbol of a Church
which moves. forward 'on ''its
mission to teach, p,reach, win
men to Christ, nurture, ,them
,with His Word and . Sacrament,
.an j extend H is Kingdom."
, ' The diocesan convention en-
d rsed the, plan. The gener-
ositv of several persons en'abled
p Hobson to proceed at
at once. Norman R. Strugis, an
ar ' hitect specializing in church
,vork, developed plans . which
c . mbined. and beauty
wlt}i maximum usefulness.
At the General Convent')un in
o tober, 1937 the Wayside
Cathedral made its fir t a'ppear-
ance.
Five chief aim " ere kept
before' tho who lanned the
pr
1. To help unite the dIocese as
one family. '
2. To strengthen small rural
parishes and ,missions .
3. r 0 reach isolated members
of tile Episcopal' Church.
4. To serve unchurched areas.
5. To encourage fellowship with
other Christian bodies.
"In Journey's Oft," is the
.MT. HOLLY METHODlS'J' motto of the vVJayside Cathe-
. , T. M. , drat. It lives '!lP to its motto
, .
REDS CHANGE GAME
ON AUG. 27'TQ NIGHT
The Cincinnati Reds-Bro k-
l-yn D0dgers game scheduled for
FiridaY, August 27 I at Crosley
Field, has been converted into il
night game by mutu4.l1 agree- ,
. ment, Redleg presidenf Warren
C . . Giles , announced' this w ek. ,
It will be necessary for fan '
who have purchased tickets for
this contest in advance to ex-
change them at the,Red's tic.ket
office an 307 Vine Street, Cin-
cinnati 2. Tickets for an ,g-am"' .
at Crosley Field August,
which will see the four Eastern
clubs makng their final 1948
invasion of Cincinnati, . are
available now and may be
ordered by mail.
Dr. E. R. Crew of Fort
THE MIAM'I GAZETTE PAGE:I
WAYNESVILLE, OHIO 4382
THURSDAY, AUGUST , 19, 1948
L ti. 'l Aa.:11l _ III R bitt
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' Margaret .. Harlan .returned
this week from the Gtrl Scout
Camp \Mhip"""';' Poor - Will
H ills where she has been a
counciHor' ,after leaving Mia,mi
University. ,
Mr. Bertha Prickett of
L Ill .., is spending two
weeks. wit her daughter Mrs.
Erne t Harlan ' f Lytle - Fe,rry
Road . .
Fla., was a . week M and Mrs. Clar:ertce J .
end' guest of hi brother, Robert 0 or. h d as Sunda ' guests Mr
Crew. Or. Crew, .a former aVI a a} . 1 .
, resident of Waynesville, was an? Mrs. Walter Mamf.o d and"
connected with Miami Valle", MIS. Roy and son o(
Hospital for more than 27 .. Leesburg.
year l efore leaving due to his ----------
health. He is nQw superintend- Mr and Mrs. WHbur Harlan
ent of a hospital in Fort and dau'ghter have moved to
, Latiderdale. , their ne\\ home near Payette.
vi) Ie ..
Mr. and Mrs. Earl Earnhart,
son and a'nd Mr. and
Mrs. Bernard Daley left Mon-
ia morning- for Falls
and points in
Mr. and Mrs. A\lvin H. Earn-
hart and son, Mlr. Alton Earn'-
we,re ,',aturday evening
dmner guests of Mr. and Mrs.
Karl Babb and son, Mr. Dean
Babb,. neal Paintersville.
Mrs. L. D. Woolley is enjoy-
ing several week's vacation m
California.
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Mrs. Robert Hunt bf Fayette-
ville was a week ,end guest of
her son-in-law and daug,hter,
Mr. and Mrs. S. Carlton Cook .
"ATRONIZE .G'AZETTE

Sunday 9230 ,a.m. I as it journeys fro'm Church to
. E.A.Earnt,art, Supt. , Church from Jura}. are'a to isolat- .
10 :30 a.m .' . ed. home,
Cii!;,nJal'
ServIce 7 :3"0 p.m. communIty to forgotten
, .' hamlets in the hills. .
CAESARS CREEK FRIENDS "Find children who are cut
d
urske, up. Sunday .School . 10 any Sunday ,School;"
and Sermon Worship ' SerVice 11 a.in. '!Help the aged and infirm,
10:30 a.m. the shutins, the Iisolated/'
Sp,ecial Mus'ic UTICA, E. B. CHUR(:H ' . "Go to the small,. or weak,
ST. MAR,Y'S EPISCOPAL. Rey. WiJUam" Shannon congregation anQI offer aU the
S d S
h 1 9 3 l1elp the ' Episcopal Church can
Samuel N. Keys, Minister un ay c 00 ;' : 0 a.m. give."
M
. P 3 James Garrison, Supt.
orntng rayer 10: 0 a.l)l. Preaching 1st and 3rd Sundays .' ',Help other Christians ,do a
each month 10:30 a.m. better jQb/" :. , .
E
. S' 7 3 r These are solne. of ..the con-
venmg ' : op .. m. stintly _ repeated instructions
I '\'TLE' ,METHODIST ." ttlat Bish6p Hoibs0n ' ,ives to'
" lJie W a)\;.tde staff;
First Day 9:-30 a.m.
Meetini! fot Worship
Dt. Joseph Myers, M';nister' , who are now 'guests of The Rev.
3
Samuel '.Keys, rector of ' Sf.
10:30 a.m . .
,
Sundav . 9:' o a.m. Episcdpal Church,
. '
-WAYNESVILLE
M. H. Coffey, Minister ,
Bible School 9 :30 a.m.
... . Morning 10 :3P A. M.
:\ ouog People's Meeting . .
" " 7:15 P. M.
lenin2' Service . , 8 P. M.
FERRY' CHURCH OF CHRist
Byron Mlnist"r .
Bible SChOOl 9 :30 a.m.
.Morning 'Worship to :30 a.m.
Prayer 1 :00 p.m.
AUGUSTINE .'. Young s Meeting . , .
Krumboltz, Priest 7 :9.0 p.m.
Masses . 8 and ,10 A.M. Evening, Services 7:3 . p.m.

How Was It-
Started?
W
-A"': bleak future loomed ,for .. have to be. There nave beel1
St. Paul's Cathedral, Cincinnati, magic carpets which transport
A' dissolvinJr congregation due' passengers from one place to
to' a and aQother in rema.rkable
and a disintegrating fabric which way. So chairs somettmes travel
to' eat up funds with- around. t '
\ out adequate return in "What I want is a chakc -
' ,demanded some drastic action. a Cathedral - is not
Bishop Mobson to fastened down in ant' ""'urch
the 1937 Diocesan Convent!on in one city, but Qne v.. . can
',that the old Cathedr-al buildIng travel around to every 'Parish
and then in telf. and IMission in Diocese. , ,
mg of hiS drea.m for tbe fut",re "Such a chair would be rather
said: useless if it merely provided a
"What is a Cathedral? It':; place for the' Blsbop to sit. It
a chair! That's what the word must be surrounded with other
means. Chairs are like carpets. essentials and C2,ther people. An
of them are rather altar ' for - worship b' ' books.
In one place, but they don' t to study; things of to
I lOURS:
9.,t 2 each m(jrnlng
. t -S afternoons except
. ' Wednesday '
. 7-9
Other evil}ings by ,
ApPOintment .
TELEPHONE 62-R
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or. ' c. Wilkin"
Optometric ICye Special ...
; 28 South D,etrolt street
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, XBNI.A:, omo '
A restful, homey atmosphere ih
a 'fine, beautiful residence.
I,' having diVided my house,
the followitlg!
, .
. lJprighf Piano ;
Library Table, '
,BQ(jJ.c case
Din.ing Table 'and Chairs
,Punch Bowl; Glass . with Cups;
Dishes', '
Rocking Cllairs '
Victrola .
. Rug, l' - 3" ,x 12' Axmlnster \ ,
Gasolin.e Range ,
:.0 r : .. . : 1 : ! .
' ('l..
. Oil Heater, Small 'Room
Ice-Box, ' . ",
. .
Springs
Washing 'Macbin.e ,
other items tOQ numerous to mention.
TIME OF SALE IS 1 O'CLOCK
SHARP RESmENCE1N Lm.E
Margaret A. doliDs
mRMS OF CASH,
, '
Stanley and A:uctionee..s
Charles Doster, Clerk.
'AGE S THE MIAMI
WAYINESVILLE, OHIO ' No. 4382
TlHUI:tSDAY, AUGU'ST 19, 1A8
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TWIN
.
:L'enaes,
Inventions Contest 69th
J
"a,s previously advertised
jointly by. the Twin Theatre and on the latter was aestroyed by '
the Miami Gazette, with $3.00 fire recently and Warner Bros.
10 the first prize winner, $1.00 was not able to coordinate its
to the second place winner, and booking's to include Wa nes-
-a pass fo.( one month of pictures ville. Maybe you people will
to the third best. Just forgive because if it's action you
, sketch your invention and -g.ive want. the substitute George
a brief description of it . on a Brent picture will hold yuan
single sheet paper ' bearing the edge of your chairs. ' .
your name an:l adC\ress, and Looks as tllough George
mall it by Sept. 1, 1948, to Brent is weekending here as
It!' 7r, ::b.... . ,Contest. 'Editor, Miami Gazet- "Slave Girl" a color beauty of
FOX HOLLY te. girls, horses, camels, and )Dlen
UNVEST IN MACHINES
CAUTIOUSLY, FAilMERS
ADVISED BY ECONOMIST
of $1,238 a year now, but he
C'QuM : .:! eci his horsec; and
his r CUi" ijlent fYr: :.fl' for S577
... ,.. " , r : '"I .,.. I <"' .. ,
, Ex.pected' changes ilLPIkes of .
farm .in ava.iJability of
, power farm machinery, and in
th ... number of farm workers
c'ause J. H. Sitterley, rural eco-
nomics department, Ohio State
University, to urge Ohio farm-
e:rs to taR'e considerable care in
decidi ng on the amount' of farm
they will buy in 1949
and t 950.
, ilnu,,& .: ... . , , .
_ I ':'t: ,l1: " . . j .:J:i .g' of lower
farm machinery to mak the
operator i ct .. pendent qf outside
\' ;:. make Jess
.\\, drk for custom pei'ltars; so.
armers who ar not
'ull y r r' Jb"lbJy soon
will be able t tom\
\ rk donl: at I \ J,,: i' raJ . and
mrfe fc;.:::' rli t\ . :t !i ' fa.: torv
Let your imagination run riot, 10 costumes, hits the sound
Did you your Brick as -the winning, entries will be tracks Sunda and Monday, sup-
Bradford Club card vet? ,They judged on the baSis of interest ported by :Warner News arid a
.are available at the Twin 'and not draftsmanship. Surely Paramount musical.
tre box office, Dot Food Store i you must once have said, "Oh, an adventure storv it's not
Hyman's; Lacy,'s, Waynesville if someone would only invent quite believeable. As a coiuedy
Drug Store and the bank These omethinK to . ." it never gets out of the slapstick
cards mean 15 weeks 'of su- your opportumty to get pald for st.'age (talkinsr camels, no less),
spence and action in Columbia'S puttlIlg .tour thoughts qn paper . . but as ' a' pair with Andy De-
gre.at Brick Bradford Serial. Judge.s wlll be . announced next ,vine and Arthur Treacher for
Everyone oe acquainted week. Decisions will be final the picture shoul j amuse
with the Features comic \,,:i}l e the property , all those With frozen
The changes expected are
more machinery owned on
farms, 'ower prices for farm
I. roducts, and' a little easier farm
labor situation. Farmers have
' 1. een . buying as. much power
rnachmery as pOSSible for several
years because labor was scarce
p rf. orman " A farn. ']' c :' cut
111:1 'hit:cry inv... tri1 cnr I v ;oint
pure 1aSL with t:), ::-i :" hht !'.' if the
Olen car. e : : :l ri 1.
1
: work .'
strip by tl:1e name, which of the fWIll I heatre. jaw.
daily in over ne\\ s- Maybe, . 0 Regan ' will get a . MGM features, absent from
Th
tretcher 'out of this con- the Twin for several month"
. . e Brick Bradford erial test, so those "crowds" on Sat- re-enter Tuesdav with Wallace
opens Saturday aftenioonat the uniav nights can 'be handled. .Beer 's g'reat 'role of Jim
Twirf pecial matinee h win
r
,-
at 2 & 4 p, M" yvhen foll v, er . Talk alJOut lUCKy' t.amill es- B! edill, the ex-convict who
of the Canadian Mountie erial the Kendri k' won the weekly tnes to .go and vent-
wh r'tlr
i1 e
d n unche caSh award at the Twin last ually does, 111 Aha a Gentle-
(I n their M "p-r (:t i will he , 'aturday evening- f r the thir:\ man.' As u ual the Twin will
admitted FREE for the 12th tiI11e in eleven weekS the thr,ee on Tuespay
and haJ ter. So there will econd. week, consecutively. I11g ) t fo) late shopper.
i l rr ur ( r five han this ' Ea'l1- time a different rnembe( Next Thursda, , Friday s bill-
SatuI\ n v t at 11 the pening of the family has \\ on. Thi in.g of fealures Alan-
) 'pt r' J the rd time the 'brea i:winner ,Everett Ladd as a di charged Army Air
two afternonll an i thT copped the prize. Looks I1ke Force veteran who takes on a
iI ,. . the management "ill have to hi ghly-paid to' fl y a
. r f, r tl , eri al' . . bribe keep them g ntle.men of means
and the' machines permitted a .
farm operator to turn out more
high priced proCiucts.' Another
factor was the impossibility of
getting custom operators to do
work at the time the farmer
wanted it done.
Mr. Sitterley estimates the
averag-e total investment in
horses and machinery on we
ern Ohio fa.rm in . 1909 \Va
'S1,736.1. the investment increa -
e,d to in 1929, and it
now is a}?proximate, $8,000.
DepreciatIOn, repairs, other
items, and fuel and oil co t a
wes,tern Oh io farmer an a \ erage
and ts, .
Th r; c is )W' , nswer to
the am. li nt ,I a
farme I' h ul i \ I , F: I' m size,
per anality of th farm t wner,
famil y labor uppl ', .. 11 '\
load on the fat'm al l :lffe t he
Al nz M nger f L noir
City, Tenn. , spent the week
with his br ther and sister-in;.
law, Mr. and Mrs. Robert
Mong-er. On :,',ui day vening
his son, J, C. Monger of Dayton
and took his father home
with him. On. hi s return, Alonzo
\ ill vi it two daughter in Cin ..
innati. ' .
Mr . . and Mrs. J. K, Preston,
were we k end of
I elati 'e i'n ,Chicago.
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treat t trip to the m fro 111 , wmnmg agalll. then, alp:on for 111) us reasqn .
the PI' t 3 tion cf what,S wrong With pnvate HO\ eyer, Vel' nlca Lake '
irnpo ihle w ilr n r in\' 1 _ t l'pn h.one tly conducted... too and t!le
- k'::'led
Fresh
ti n b the lading ) an Bnefvlews. Last to s,ee tl n al not slC?\y In al mg. In
Kane rt hm !1 j 1, ' r ' " r R b rt Ta vI r and i Lad I the tired but
,I. . . n'r fntd. 'AI , (and thi Chapman 1 m '.'Relentless, . e'plc I tOflnu . hero.
wil,1 lay you). Bradfor i al)1. f We:;tel11 plalns. .
t . r turn to til I th n- satu.rda s feature Will be Mis Ruth Conner was the
of Mr. an i Mrs. Robert
Farley in Cohim us :turing the
pa t \\ eek. . .
tur via a Time-Top t t ' rr Countr }nd V\!9-
secret formula. Fanta ti :, \. . . man mstead of Flght.1l1g
,) ut were the radio and ne f f w remalllll1g',pnnt
telephone ani airplane, . Ju t
:ltch w ek . hapter, an .i
ent r til Bri k Brn jf rd
, .
NOW. 'ANYONE CAN
PlENTY OF HOT WATER,
QUICtll'

. BIG M-a "growing" favorH,,: =
BIG M' for . maximum 'yield .fertilizers for your needs', :: ' .'.
of your wheat cropl',BIG M every fertiliz'er bearing the .
for hI heat-market quality I BIG M brand performs up"
And . " -been th f to that reputat ion because it
:;: it. at' way, or is al',vavs made up to highe;ot
- more than twenty yearl. . : ,fie er down to = .
55 While our immediate con- =
e cern is that of 8upplying a price. =
5
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= . - Ord.r ..,. horn J"CRU dellie' lor I.,J. =
= 1'11. Miami fertil1xer Company _
55 OFFI(E-QAYTON, OHIO -- ,
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On Hand w
SMOKED HAMS & BACON ...
BEEF SOLD BY SIDE OR QUAlRTER
FRYING AND RdASTING CHICKENS
. '
Waynesville Locker
PHONE. 3t71 FOOT OF MIAMI, ST. '

= =
= FACTORY-TREBEIN; 'OHIO =
.= =
tc.. 11 PORTAILI
: WATE" HEATER (OSIS lUS IIAN $2.25
:HEATS" F,AST AS GAS I
. ' . Merely place a PQrt.able FAST-WA \llter,
.Beater in a recel' t.acle containing water. l' lulQ
in nearest PrllSto! Heals water qui II.'
for bathing, scrubbing. washing, etc. Also clean ...
IDe milk separators. etc.- peed depl!nding 0; .
quantity. Heats fast BS gas burner. .
tires to build or hot water to carry-no runnin
. ' up and down stairs. No dirt, no no top ,
heavy (u.e! bills. 1:llUldy Ilnexpensh'.el N?w
1_ tbn ('aut ion I Read dIrections b&f'
lore Ulil1.a, For Jc Q.y-:- . .
J '
I
'To Buy, Sell, Trade
.: Rent, . Burrow, .
= TIt. Miami F.rtill ., COmpany liI an MANiTEX F i l"" R '
:;:;:':.1,,:, c::::::. ' ' , e ugs
1'1: 'flillIHlIH.11I1 hlllllllli' .:IHI mill Ii ----: 9x9 _ 9x 12
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, HORSE SHOW .
AUGUST '22, 1948
. Noon T' ???
THRILLING EVENTS
Mail YOll.)" Entries Now.1
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The Xenia ClutJ, . a'ox 144, Xenia, Ohio or .,
Fred Matson, 84,4 N. King St., Xenia, . Ohio
ADUL is 80cCHILDREN 30e
. KlL-KARE PARK
. '
Route 35,. 3 Miles West of Xenia, Ohi-<>,
PRICED AT $3.98 - $5.69 & $7.49
DE-MOJST - IT REALL,Y 0 E THE WORK
$1.29 , P r Pa 'kao'e
WALL PAPER AND' PASTE AND ,SIZING
G. E. , BULBS NU ENAMEL

Waynesville ,Furniture' & . Appliance, Co.
, .
South Main Street across fr;)m Grange Hall
. Telephone 2422
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(From the Miami Gazette of
, August 17, t 898)
By order of the Board of
Education, a new wen is being
dug in school house yarer.
.Ohmer Lewis located it with his
forked ' stick, wit.ch stick it is
called.
Lincoln Sides sold to M.r. Funs-
ton "700 bushels of wheat weigh-
ing from 60 to 63 Ibs. to the
bushel.
THE POPULAR INSER-
TION WAIST: Timely hints a-
b0ut a new material which
comes for decorating a summer
dress: For $1.50 you can get a
yard of insertion. Lace insertiol1
cOl?es this in all colors.
It IS about a yard wide, some-'
times wider, and is sold by the
yard exacetly 11le dress ,(oods.
You can buy a yard of it and
make a very nice little neck
bodice to wear over'one of your
silk. ' vests. These 1 ittle lace
bodices can be made so that they
can be worn over waist..
The favorite color is black be-
it goes so wen with every-
thing. But you can get
mauve) mouse color, and 10 fact
any ot.ner of the new shades. To
be very fa:shionabie yo'u can
make elbow sleeves of bright
velvet, which can be adjusted. to
any I waist. These' sleeves hook
with safety hooks all around the
armhole, and may be fastened
, at the shoulder with a brg fancy
pin.
One of our esteemed ex-
changes says that the war has
cost Our government $927,-
000,000. These figures are.way
above the rna'rk. W'e have before
us a carefully tabulated report
from the government up to
August 14th, which gives as the
total outlay for the arm1Y and
navy to that dat.e, . of
NDW
AT HAMILTON, OHIO
YOU CAN BUY
A NEW 21-FOOT, 2-000R
HOlne
FOR
BALANCE $12.00 PER WEEK
COMPLETE; WITII ELECTRIC REFRIGERA
BOTrLED GAS OVEN RANGE
ELECTRIC BRAtKES
" ,The Ne'W
. ' . ,
$325.00 J>pWN, BALANCE $8.00 A WEEK
'Ne'W . Al11\a
AU ALUMINUM , .
$550.00 .DOWN, $12.75 A ,WEEK
".
'Eaton's Motel and . Trailer Sales
CORNER UNCOLN' AND DIXIE HIGHWAIY
HAMILTON, OHIO
LENNOX Heating . Equipment
, ,
RAY MORGAN
Sheet Metal Shop
IIAiN ST.
Acao .... aoM pasTO.,..lca
. . . .
000. This was paid' direcUy from
the treasury, besides which the '
expenditures has bleen enough to
bring the cost up .t:o .150,000
1
-
000. Congress, lbefore it aa-
journed, appropriated $36,000
000, expect,ng it to hold out
till Jan. t, t 898. Although the
war is supposed to be about
over. the army is still under pay
but the cost will not be as
much as was anticilpated by that
appropriation, at the end ot
year.
HO'MES IN NEBRASKA: If
you think of your
location remember this: Ne-
braska soil is rich and easy
No rocks and stuinps. All grams
and fruits that succeed in other
'sta tes in same . latitude flQurllti
there. The climate is well-nigh
perfect, the air heing dry and
free from malaria. An abund-
ance of pure water is found. It
is a great state fOT stock raising
anC feeding. There is no state in,
the Union where a hard work-
farmer can do so well.
. Thousands of poor men have
become rich in Nebraska. Farms
can now he bouKht on easy
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THE MIAMI QAZETTE ftAGE 4
WAVNESVILLE, OHIO 'No. 488e
terms. Prices are low,
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lfHURSDAV,. A'UGU8T 1t, ' 1948
It .is said that i n London GORDON. '
there are no fewer than 10,000
professional musicians and that IS SHOWER RECIPIENT
more than half of them are A miscellaneous shower was
women. given, for M iss Margaret Ann
.( - Gordon of Harveysburg on
Recipe. for nail pommade: ' Wednes.day August 11,
One-half ounce white . wax, by .
one-half ounce sperlllactel, four 1 ht evenmg was
ounces almond oil, four ounces contests and. openmg gifts.
rosewater, two or three drops of Many loyely and gifts
cochineal or a small table- were receIved by the bnde-.to",be.
spoon of' beetroot juice. ,Shred to
the wax and spermacetI, put the. followmg guests. ..
them in a jar with the almond Rosllee Mrs:
oil and let melt, then. add thf. Gordon, MISS El1en Dwyer, Mrs,
rosewater and colonng, and Mary Ann Daugherty .Mrs.
beat until nearly cold; then pour Mane Daugherty Mrs. MafJone
into small pots, anq aside s tar.r, Larry and Carolyn Mrs.
to cool. This quantJtJy WIll last Lucll1e Starr and Sonja Kay,
some time. . 1 Mrs. Elda Hackney and .
F. E. ' Thomas and Mr. and
Mrs. Robert Thoma.s.and daue-h- .
ters had as Sunday Mr.
and Mrs. John Robey of Oay-
ton, Mr. and Mts. J. M. Earn-
hart and children of Beaver-
tpwn, MI. and Mrs. William Rie-
key and Mr. and Mrs. Lowell
Thomas of Lytle.
dine Mrs. Lavone Conley and
Charles, Mrs. Josephine Pen-
nlngtori, Mrs. Wilma Thorn-
bury., Miss Mary
Miss Mar.tha 'Hel1derson, ' MISS
NorniCl Longacre, Mrs. lnez
Hartsock, Mrs. Helen Foley,
Mr ', Martha Jane Mitchell, Mrs.
'Claudia Brandenburg, M:rs.
Helen Eakins and usan, M1rs.
Mae Cook, Mrs. Mary Bogan,
Mrs. flu renee Collier Mrs.
Welch, Mrs. Lizzie Hough
Judy, Mr . Edith Davis.
Mr. and Mrs. Sprinkle
of Englewood, N. J., visited. the
R. L. O'l<egatts over the past
weekend ..
. NOTICE-
The LY' le Busy Fingers wm .
hold an Ice cream social Satur-
day evening, August 21.
. -8t9
:: J .tl<, : .. . 'rr: day i 7 . . cl: . r
t,. t q 'l" i" R. to HI", I r
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bp 1)(1 t \l r u1-!' r:' : c. r ; " , " , , ., the
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r "' '' . 10,.:. TI(' ' I\'l J.lllt\ Llr
. , ... : . ", nt . ' Ii! 1m at nis:h\..q, $ V. (II I
" '.\ it t ry ' {) II"'. PUl," Y I)U wID
,.. (I m (ileine, t".
, . ',' (' V r. tho r neo
\I;!n oj lhe I idn'eys and hcJp them to
,f u:lh out llo!sonolUl wlUI.te from tl:.
, 1:>1000, 'l'hey contAin nothing harnlf.a1.
Get V()a"', today. u.. with confidence.
At .11 drug ltor
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8uI'I000 OV1',tu.1 witll olb ,
,llIoI1D.--w.U QDdl .,OUI
laDM", ... pay-da p ;-

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Belcher's Sunoco Service
PHONE 2423
' C",nELS AUT8MOIlLES
aa'4-WAY FAR. INIURaNCE"
Ia Oblo will ..... ,... Iaed 'p IOIICI
- ,ear fu-. II ..... ,.,. ........ ,.. che ..... ,.. aalOalobl ..
..d ,... Jlahilln, for 1Cd .... . 1O 0Ibas. 'WIa, Me .. _ .."
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larl IosDraoce Agency
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PIa._ Ia. ao B. M1I1.,.,.." LEIIANON. O.
_it "811111 __
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6:00 X
TIRES. $13.95
. (plus .tax)
ALSO FULL LINE OF .
. FIRESTONE PRODUcrS
BATI'ERIES
TEXAcO SERVICE
L MAIN PHOH aM
W,AYNlaVILLE . OHIO
PAGE a THE MIAMI GAZI!TTE . Who says cows are not like he turned over my chores'
WAYNISVILLE, OHIO No. 4382 . people? Yesterday we ha'(i a to h.is younger brother and
1'HVR8DAV, A'UGU8T 19,. 1848 'dog fight. Buck came Qver and began to vo rk elsewhere,
, , growled at J0dy, who is young it' was his job to come to
:Jj
Jed.
and tried to defend his right to my' house twice a day,
- _ _ do as he pleased. They started mIlk my cows, feed my
"J
to fight. Susey couldn't stand , pigs and chickens, take
to see her son picked on and care of my furnace and do
. '.
A FARM 'DiARV joined in. Smokey got into it all the other little things
by D oJ. FRAIZE'R too, until there was a good four that every farm needs a
way dog fight going, on and boy to do.
- '\ none of them seemed ,to know Wilen we had,
t 3, 1948. Late just who who. The visitors from the city,
summer weather. Since the rain , . boys came runnmg and I ran, Clarence ,taught them how
the other night it has been dear out of the house to try to ' to m'lk and to feed the pigs.
and warm, hot in the afternoon stop it. Then across the pasture They followed him a-
but not too' hot, good _ ,corn tUH-speed came the whole string round the place getting in
weather with plenty of moisture of cows and calves and put their his way and his
.in the ground. The prospects are noses over the gate to see what work but he never. got
good and right now tfie sweet was going on. Just a dog out of patience with them, .
, corn is good. The canneries fi,ght on Main Street -and 3ee he only laughed and, help- .
have not opened yet but expect what happens. . ed to make their visit
to do $0 about the seventeent:l. The other day I was going happy one'. When any of
Right now the corn is ' just right alqng one of 'WaynesvJlle's the family needed money,
for eating, though some of ours streets and I saw a little .girl if he had any it was theirs
is gettin2' too hard too fast. on a bicycle just ahead ot me. for the a king, He wa '
Where on earth can you find I ho.nked horn a lit"le, just a hard hitting fighter
as good eating as in Southern to warn her that there was a when pl\shed to it but I
Ohio in August? 'Green corn car behind her. As I went bv I never knew him to start a
jUst off the stalk, cooked 'until smiled and waved my hand. She fight. We were all glad
it is Just done, not over.ctnne, was a pret :y child with blue eyes ' wnen the coroner said that
eaten with fr,esh butter. Green and light cuds, but she t.u,rned he had not been drinking
beans, wax beans, shelled 'lean on me wLh the ugliest fObk I before the crash. There
and, lima or hean '. Take ever saw on a child's face and are many of us ' who w.i1J
'your .like green saici in the m,ost unplecLs ant miss n.ot orily the work of
beans. ; prclrahl.v , Kentucky. tone, "JUS( honk aU you want his hands but his wise
Wonders, with some of the ' I was stunned to get such cracks and his j ' kes, his
beans sheIJ r.d and some just be a return for a smile anc1 a friend wil1ingness to help and
ginning- to. form ' in the pod;-'- ly warning. I am glad to say his friendly sympathy.
cooked with a piece of pork and it was not a child that J k,new. Drv 'Ridge' will be a
cooked enough, the Wras it perhaps just a passing , poorer place without Cap.
!ern experts say, to cook gesture . o( was it something .
, u;t all the vitamins but to some , A of , the The Farmers Grange No. 13-
minds to cpok in all fl,nvor, VI<?lence. ShOWh Ill , recent of WaynesviHe, Ohio anq
\A,f ax andstr*es? rac\lo?' The friends were of the Home
tender WIth a bIt of thick cream Isam ... sort , of fhtng that bas Economics Committee at the
and a lump of butter added as c:.l u"ed juvenile va{1dali,sm, in so annua'l Grange picnic at Smith'
soon .as they' are tender al1l1 many places? IS park Saturday ,evening1 Aug.
immer 'd until the flavor soaks how can, we reheve the stram 7. The social gatherink was herd
int e',' ery bean. ' These should and tensIon that underlies such amid rustic tables sum-
be .served in an old-fashioned things and to our children mer iluwers a quiet p'ool and
sauce , dish and , eaten with a a of security and well outdoor fire' place. '
spoon so that none of juice being? ' .. '- ,-, -
K?eS to' waste, . or' serv.ed We hape that- the . people of Mr, at}d, Mrs, Mitchel Turner,
slae of .a, '. balled new the CQmmunity will ' join. the St. Mr. and . Mrs. ' tester Davis, and
potat<? WIll soak up thrr t 'Mary's Parish in the services of two children of Norwood, and
ext!ft JUice make mor ,l'.cod the Wayside Ca.thedral. Corne Mr. Edgar Mainous of Vincent,
eat mg . . ' sliced and sing; laugh, pray and wor- Ky., were guests of Mr. and
tomatoes, With salt, or ship. It wi,]] do you ' . Mrs. Ray Mainous on Saturday,
even sUgar 'or WIth mayonnal,s , , ' P . . S. And by .'the. way. Now evening. " .
I even peol/le is 'l'he time .to put 'something up . . -,-, .... _ '-- .....
. them wlth. an 1, for Donation Day. at the Cnild- YOU'
fhese are Just a few., ren's Hospital in November; _', " ' ,' " . '
hIghlIght .' '" Canned tomatoes or juioe,
'. New Ehgland has Its blue canfled fruit -sr felly or pre-
berries and a pie is serves. If you need cans caU me
yery goo I, but If I went down up and I will buy you, some and
mtothe pasture I probably call for them next' November.
could find ' enough belate -
hlackberries to make a Since I wrote the' column
berry pie . whicl) ' would dated August 13; death has
as good. Lobster, a,nd sea brbugbt sorrow tc;> Dry
fIsh are good but Where IS th,ere R'd Cl
a:I,1ything beUe.r. th.an a nice, . I gee ar:ence
Y
' oung, Ohio c0rn-fed chioken, or' Cap as we, alway.s called
POSITIVELY MUST!
order your Truck and Bus-
in s. Signs, now or else
. pay I much more" in just.
a. f \V days, states Stan-
ford Bogen, ' -,. noted sign
& truck sign artist Of Mor-.
row, Ohio. He pays 1'0%
, ,
Saahaw . Ellctric Sertiee
CaD halp yau maka '
, , . ,
IIDfl mDDI, IISlar.
r . . I
vIIl/nl dVdAy 98IA fWi
Y
OU will , find it well worth, your time to attend your
, countY. and Gtate agricultural fairs. There you will see all
the newest aids to more profitable .farmiD3, more 'comfort-
able living-electtically. All the new eJee'tricaJ work-saving
appliances , 3r-, d f lfm e'luipment now available to
help you are worth inves.:gating tboroughly.
lii;hting w rk e:,.:sicr and safer, in-
doors and out. eyesight. reduces flre hazards,
guards poultry and livest;Jck dgains: pWI,vling thieves.
An eJeqric wateJ' system sa, es bours ot' work., miles of
1 steps-and increases productjdn and profit
! r An electrified "dairy means bigger milk. checks, lower costs;
helps you h.andle 'larger herds with less 'help. See the new-
est milking watering CUI'S, milk cool-
ers .nd . _
Ap. electrified poultry bopse-with brooders, ventilating
fans,: modern healthier birds, better egg
produ'ctiQn. ___ .. I I'
Let electricity do these chores for you-quickly, safely, and
" economicaHy: mowcure and baie hay; clean grain;.
husk, .shel J or _ sbred corn; cure corn and smaq
candle and grade eggs; shear, groom livestock;
spray truit; work ih vour farm repait shop. , .
For hel ptul intormati on about the many of electnc 1
service to nit (he. heaviest burdens and inake;l country living
et " 'r tor the whole family; wnsult your Count)' Agricul-
t "" .. :. ' ( I .: the F:t :m ot Dayton
, ., ' .; 1.,Ighl serving your neI ghborhood.
., -
. : f,
- . b th him in our farm diary, ,waS
fr ied to a CriSpy rown wt killed in an auto acciden.t.
plenty of for.,s,our mash-_) He has lived nere 'since he '.
ed potatoes.? Gracrous, I am t' f kI f d
, to anyone who sells a sign
for him: Sen - '- . ...... _____ ___
sign now and save 10% '
ahd .also a 30% higher
crist. , Stanfor i Be gen
S gn- ,make you m ney. .
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'tttnP' hungry a. n.,d there isn't a was a Ipy, rec e- a e i
CJ red-headed , kid. F r' the
'l i ing, 111 the last four years un til l'US,t
c(. lcJ Per.laps I d b
better go pull of that c: orn a out a month .
I was lalklng aboU!. .. Check th--.e-- ' .... -e-T-h ..... -,-
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20 BAGS WAS $22.50; PRICE $18.$0 .
BUY nm BEST, SAVE mE REST
SEE YOUR NEAREST
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FIRST FOR SERVICE AND PRICE
,OLDEST - LARGEST - BEST
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PLUS: Last Chapter DANGERS
OF THE CANADIAN
MOUNTED
AIDDED: 1st Chapter BRICK
QRADFORD at M;atinee and
Evening.
SHOWS (6:30.8:00 &. 9:30.)
NEXT THURS-FRI.
ALAN LADD in
SAIGON
Also:
WHAT PR1CE FLEADOM
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Yvonne De Carlo & Geo. Brent
SLAVE CIRL
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News--Music. Short.
TUES ONLY
WALLACE 'BEERY IN
" lAS A GEN1t.EMAN
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ei'llt
Mrs. Lulu Githens' of , Oa - '
ton is making an extel')ded visit
at the country home of her
son and wife, Mr. and Mr!'.
Everett Githens.
Mr. and Mrs. W'lbul' ,Clark
wel e Sunday 'lfternoon ,guest.
uf Mr. and Mrs. Clau'de
on Social Row Road.
Mr. and Mrs. John Tumble-
son of Sardania spent Thursday
"iih their 'son an:1 wife M r, and
M Charles Tumuelson and
children.
, .. Mrs. Effie Surface of near
Lebanon was a guest Sunday
afternoon ' of Mrs. Margaret
Johns and Paul Johns.
The Busy Fingers" 4-H Cluh
will hold an ice-cream social on
. the lawn, at Lytle Church next
Saturday evenmg August 21.
Mr. Milton Jones received his
letter of acceptance ' to
Wittenburg College, last week
and, .will enter at the beginning
, of the term. He will specialize
in ' music. '
Mr. and Mrs A. F. Kyte, -Mr.
and Mrs Leslie Gray and Bobby
Gray ' attendet1 the funeral of
tll: ' father of Mr. and ' Mrs. '
Kyle s house-keeper, Mrs. He'ster
Grandville at Richmond, Ky.,
Friday. , "
Mr. and Mrs. Richard Whit- '
. akar are building a new brick
house on Railroad Ave, at Lytle.

"2o.-Germans Invade Be),
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Cross lounded at
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2S-f'1l'51 U,S, seaplane 'pat,
, 'eo ented, 1911
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" ' 2t:-MosSacre of HUQuen Is,
Paris. 1572
capture WashmQ'
-- TQ \uNU
Use The 'Almanac, To
Check The Weather
. But USC '
To Sell, Rent, ,
Loan, Bo ....
Any of The .,
Mr. Margaret Johns and
Paul Johris were , Monday eve-
ning dinner of. Mrs.
Nettie Emrick. '
Mrs. Clara Stacy of near
P!ingboro is viSiting at home
of her son-fno--law and
daughter, Mr. and Mrs. , 'Leslie
Gray and .family. ' .
Mrs. George Custertborder,
Mrs. Ralph Hammond, Miss
Wilma Gray and Miss Marilyn
Ham,mond are on a Motor Trip
this, week to th,e Smoky Moun-
' tains and will also visit plac.es
of interest in Kentucky., .
Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Foulks
entertained ,the Foulks
at ,their .country home Sunday.
Fifty relatives enjoyed' the bas-
ket dinner and social . time. It
was decided to hold the reunion
with Mr. and Mrs. Foulks a-
gain next year. .' .
Mrs. Mllo Miltenberger and
children, and Mrs. Ralph Ham:-
mond, son and. daughter, saw
the boat races at Miami Shores,
Sunday afternoon and enjoyed
a picnic supper at Chautauqua
near Franklin.
Mr. and Mrs. Everett ,Githens
and Mrs, Lulu Githengave a
family picnic, dinner Sunday
evening in honor of the birth-

'E. SCOTT'
Representing'
Westbeimer & Company
Members New York Stock
Exchang'l's a.nd oth I I'
Exchange
Investment Trust Share.
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Phone W'aynesviHe 2530
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Dayton AD325i
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For Y o))r Car
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Perhaps ,Your car needs a tonic.
Is , it 0; too l11ucn gas -
sJ . v; 0n the pick-up ? Drive in
-,,'e 11 diagnose the tr ubleand
prescribe J aocord,jngly . . . or
pbOl)e now; we'll pck up and ,
aeliver your car. '
. KIER'.sGarage ..
. ,FUNERA;L ARRANGEMENTS
wit us are' not commercial
tran of buying and ell-
in " '
. We ,help 'ou get the bes't fo'l' .
th.e amount ou 'have fixed as
the limit, and you will always
e sure of ood materials.
y u ca'l1 t pick shabby
merchanjjse J'1ere - - we never
havejt.
M'cCLURE
H,OME
WAY.N IIVllLI. 0" 10
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COMING DOWN THF STRETCH
'OHI.O STATE FAIR
The 1948 Ohio State AaguBt 28 through Septembe,r 3. wil l
feature five t1aV!l1 nf racing beginning Monday afternoor
August au ,with P4l'St:a( toLllhug $.24,500, '
Topping last year's entry list. 1,21 horses have been ntel'eo In thp
six ely-elosing stake events. Ohio racing fans will see 22 hOrRel'
try fiJr the $2,000 pUrse and the trophy to be presentt>o by Govp.rn('11
Thomas J. Herbert in the irot on the Thursrtay afternoon
State Fair Manager Ed Batll announced today that 1500 hlearhel
seats are being constructed adjoining the granifstand providing a total
leating capac it, of approximately 9.000 for the rs('es Gnlndstanrl
, will at 12 noon ,( ES';I') and races win begin at 1 :3U:' , ,
days of Mrs. Lulu Githens, Mr.
Forest Githens, Mr's. M.arie
Githens and Richard ' 'Stubbs
The guests were Mr. and Mrs:
Githens ano 'son, J os!ph,
Mr. and Mrs. Forest Githens
Mr. and Mrs. Elwyn stubl'ls and
son, Richard. '
Mi Garner on Friday.
Mr . Hannah Cook Davis of
Columbus aIled on Mis-es
Annie and Mame Brown one
afternoon this w'eek.,
Mi, Clara Lile f Wa 'hing-
ton C. H. i ague t at the
Home for -two week -, '
Mrs. Ella Dakin spent M n-
da ' t th... orne of Mr. and
Mrs. Ge rge John n in I. 1)-
anon.
, Mr, Mary TerrelJ with her
Mi Henrietta McKin ey of daughter Mr. Tregenna Bond
Ashtabula, Ohio was a week and-two grand daughter, Mr .
end guest of Ruth and Mary L.ou Jone , and Ann
, ' TerreJl, II of near Wilmingt n
M' L '} A ' , and also ' Mr, Terrell's sister
r,s. u I e rmltage return- Mr Helen Harris of London
ed fr<?ITI a h\ 0 , Eng' iand alJe j on Mame and
\ eek a atlOn tnp throlt<Yh '" B Th
Yellowstone National Park rawn on urs a
other pOints in the We t. " aftel noon. . ' .
THE MIAMI 'GAZE1'TE PAGE'
WAYNESVILLE, OHIO NO'. 4382'
TH'URSDAY, 19, 1948
min and Viola Ke'ys Hawkins.
Mr. Chra Sadd and Miss
Crystal ott Of Bellefontaine
caned on M iss Olive Williams
Sunday afternoon.
BETSY ROSS
' The Bet y Ro s 4-H Club met
Wednesda, August' 11, at
Harveysburg , High ' Scho I
Home Economics Room' with
Vi la Hartso k in charge an I
Mary Bell BOKan presiding,
Club memb ' r answered tJle
r911 call by tl1e name nf a
'summer re ort. There were
even members present. The
silver tea and booth at the fair
,,,ere di u el1" The
was talked ab0uc. Six member'
are plalining tc; go, .
! Gue {l):eo.; 'I1t J\-'ar
Bor.-an ana Laq'y '
M i Bonnie Big'g spent last
week visiting (her aunt and
uncI" Mr .. and Mr.
at theIr farm near Centerville, '
M'iss, Emil -lacol s arriv'ed at
her hDme here on' Monda:
I after a visit of e er 1 m nth
in Florida.
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'. Mr 1 c!rrell ana Mr . HarnJ
Mr. All ert Lee Talmad of are formei' ___
South Lebanon vi Hed his aunt, J dents, the daughters of Ben.ia-
, AT THE '-Friendly Store" -
9 x 12 WOOL RUGS
9 x 12 FELT BASE RUGS

CURTAINS - SLIP
(Floor and
STUDIO COUCHES, ,(FullY,Spring Filled)
LIVING ROOM SUITES
BED ROOM SUITES
STOVES
,HeME FtJRNI'TlJRE
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912R '.,'
XENIA
. OliIO
"Ealt Main Street at Whiteman"
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'Sboe RepalrSery:_ce,
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Invisible' Half
Orthopedic Corrections
Cork Extensions
Henry H. Moeller,
I .... ...,ry -. ' '. "f.BANON,, ,
THEIR SECURITY RESTS
WITH YOUr
' Yes, the du 111 (r ' 1/
childr 11, their enfir futur e 'w
far" i '_ ( UI' I'c .
harg'e it n it.ntiou_lv d
EASILY b' a REGULA' , -
L Y. \-\ e are to" hel p ,I
now. St0P in!
. Waynesville
. -
National Bank
-
;. S(yle a11d s,Poj,l.ess cleanliness '
are imperative accessories to
the fastidious woman. And. nur
.modern dry cleaning: a'dds 'just
that to y'our clothm?:! Our
prices, too, ' make you realize
that all this luxury - and
o)l1Y may go hand in hand.
1 THE MIAMI GAZETT,
WAYNESVILLE, OHIO . No. 4382
T,HUIRSDlAV, .AJUGUST 19, 1948
waite, Phyllis 'Nane/
Na.ylor, Becky . Lucas, l.)IS
Burns, Chelyl BUrAs, Faye
Creech, .Joy Forbes, Patsy
Baird and Mmes. Ralph \Vat-
Weddl-ngs kins, Harold Whitake
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, Harvf"Y
. _ _ Burnet, H. 6, Hathaway and
CORDON-DWYER ,
.In the rectory of St. .Augus-. HARVEYSBURG BOOK
. tine Church .at Jame.stown, Sat- CLUB HOLDS DINNER.
urday. mornlIlg DIne o"clock,
Miss MafTgaret , J\nn Gordon, The Harveysburg 'Book Re-
daughter of Mrs. and Mrs. Gail . view ClUb lidd tJleir annual,
W. Gordon of Harveysburg, be- dinner on Tuesday. evening. in
came the bride of James T. a private dining room at the
. Dwyer, son of Mrs. . Ellen General Denver Hotel in WH-
. Dwyer and the ,late Mr. Dwyer, mington. The fable was attrac-
of Sabina, in the presence. of a tjvely arranged with flowers
, few relatives and friends . and favors. Following a pleas-
Rev'. Urban Wimmers ant social hour the members
formed the double ring cere- attended a movte. Thdse pres-
. mony. " ent were Mrs. Charles Smart,
'Andrew Dwyer attended his . M'iss Grace Smart, Mrs. Oba
brother as best man. Miss Ros'e- . Welch, Mrs. Wilbut
mary Haley, ' cousin of the bride; Mrs. Donald Coate, Mrs. Mary
and her only attendant, was at- . Denny, MTs. : George Pidgeon, '
tired in ydllo.w street ,length Mrs. Lester Starr, Mrs.
frock with white accessories, Wall, Mrs B. 1. Hill, Mrs. Wil-
and a' corsage of whife roses liam Doster,. Mrs. William Lu-
and blue carnations. " kens, Mrs. H; C. Milligan and
The bride wore a white street Mrs. Arthur Wilde.
length frock, with all white ac-
and a white 'r se cor-
sage, '.
The ceremony was witnessed
by Mr,' and Mrs, Gail W. Gor.- :
don, Mrs. Ellen Dwyer, Miss
Bellbrook
Many neigltbors and friertds
gathered at the home of Mr.
. and Mrs. Lawson Ordeau, on
the Van. Eaton road, for a sur-
prise party honoring Mrs.
Ordeau, and a covered dish
sUQper was enjoyed. Later in
the' evening a contest was held
in which the men were draw
p.ictures of -their wives. The men
were : told that the wife of
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AUCTIONEERING
STANLEY anel KOOGLER
BROKERS L.CENSE
For pates, Phone 2894. Wavn""m
Ohio, R.v ..... .
SMITH ELECTRIC SERV]ICE
. For that extra Receptacle
Or Anything Electrical
House - Bam - Outbuilding.
. Call SmittJ'
WaynesviDe 2704
. Ellen Dwyer, ' Mr. and Mrs. Paul ,
J. Daugherty and son, Billy
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Daugherty
- and daughter, Joan, Miss Nellie
Davis, and William Gallagher.
Immediately foJ/owing the cere- .
mony the wedding party ,\vent
Mr: and Mrs. Alva Ludington
entertained friends and . re-
on Wet'mesday even in!?,
honon.lg their ' son and hiS
bride, and Mrs. John A.
Ludington. Fried chicken was
served to 21 guests and the eve-
ning . was spent in games and
conversation.
, ....
to the General Denver Hotel
IT 'PAYS

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in Wilmingfon for a bridal
ur akfast. Mr. and Mrs. ' Dwyer I T'
left for a short honeymoon af- '
ter which they will be at home
I
on a farm near Bloomingt n,
Ohio.
Mrs. Dwyer is a graduate of:
. Reynoldsville Hig:h SchOOl and
the Office Traintng School in
Columbus and has been a steno- ..
grapber 'at the WaynesviJle Na-
tional Bank for the past several -'.
months. Mr. Dwyer attended .
Jam.estoj sella Is and is a
farmer.
. c
MRS. RlCHARD WHITAKER
HONORED BY SHOWER '
Mrs. William Rickey '
a miscellaneous shower for Mrs.
RiChard Whitaker, a 'recent
bride, at the home of the for-
, mer's . parents, Mr. and Mrs.
IN
This e
AND ALL
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,READ BY DHIO FAM LI !:
WITH 0 BILLION DOLLARS !O SPEND
For Loctll or State Rates
this Newspaper
, OR
Call, Wire or Write,
our
A1r
, .
,THE TOP,I
Re-roof your home 'vith high
quality shingles or roll roofing.
We feature Johns-Manville and
Ruberoid brands . .
i .
the one who drew the best pic-
ture would get a prize. It had
' been rre-arranged Mr.'
Ordeau s dra wing would be
judged the best but the rest of
the men didn't know that. Mrs.
Ordeau; who ' likes antiques, I
league. There is to be an all
star game played Sunday .
with a band concert and other
en tertai nmen t.
James Kable (, is spending a
few weeks with his parents, Mr.
and Mrs. Chafles Kable. . .
Maurice Hodson ran a nall
through his foot one day last
week while helping his brother
David on his new home.
-wa resented with a """lmIrble
top stand.
The Bellbrook boys ball team'
came out the victors in their

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A mit to this superb fair is like . 'ftca-
dOll with pay. Here, amidst pleaSant and
interesting attiactioDS, farmers and towns-
men alike secure a wealth of nluable
facts and ideas, wbich apply 'co their
business, bome and community a!Un.
. Here too are the cultural treats, the clean
fun and die spectacular feature. that
please, tbrill and entertain. Prominent thIs
,yeU is a music festival, with the
public invited -to participate.
and bring the entire family.
THOMA. J. HIRBRI
Goy.rnor of Ohio
RANK ,AnN5WORTH EDWIN I. IAnt
Dlrettor of Agriculture State Fair Manoa., j
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flATUR'S YO"'.'
BOUND TO IN'OY'
Co"", Sh p, Swln., Goa".
Draft Hor....
poultry, Rabbit., COVI
"Million Dollar" Porod. of
L1v tock, .
Acr of Farm 'Mochlnery, I
N.Vi CerUned Seed ShOVi.
Dally Tractor Parod.. .
Junior Fair - Ohio ' youth
. adlvilie .
Stale Dep't Exhibit. - Sci
.nce, Health, Edueallon I
Conservation, Highway.,
Cri me Catecllon.
'. R I S.-oodeo.'
I. Dand., Ch oral GrouP'1
Quart 1t0J, Sotol, PlaYI.
ADMISSIONr Adult. SOc plu. F.deral talC. Cilii- :' f , ..J r .. play,
dren 2Sc. free parking opposite 17th Avenue
entranc.. .
. .
PIJBLIC
TO' miles 'outIl or enia, 8 miles North of Wilmington,
off of ROUTE 0.8, * mile East of LUMBERTON, on WICAL
ROAQ, at 1 :00 P. M., on .
SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 4, 1948
, .
. ifhis Farm is improved with 7-ROOM FRAME HOUSE, Bath,
Enclosed Back Porth, strictly MODERN except furnace. In-
terior recently deconl.ted. 42 ft. x .52 ft. Barn, G'11icken'House,
Garage and Work Shop and all 'other necessary outbuildings ..
M'later under .pressure in barn and feed lots. 70' Acres tillable,
32 Acres of 'gQoq Blue Grass with runni.ng water. All good
"fences. Land in High State of Cultivation. Ideal Stock and
Lowell Thomas, 1n . Lytle on
W.ednesday evenIng. Blue and
white was the color scheme. A-
mong the gifts received was a
deed for ,a lot, to 'Mr. and Mrs.
Whitalcer, for ,their new home,
. from their. grand-parents, Mr.
and Mrs. Har '-"v, Burnet.
OHIO WEEKLIES,
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317 CITIZENS BUILDING
850 EUCLID AVENUE
W H M
' AD' DI"N . Dairy Farm with .. of shade., Will be offered with ' up-
' . . :. $;tart bid of $167.00 per acre (a low. starting pI1ice for such
Nea.t)'olitan ice-cr.eam,
and Iced tea w'ere served.
. Guests were: Mrs . . \\Thitakei'!

CLEVELAND 14, OHIO
SUperior 6700-
. c( a-farm, either as a home or .as an investment.) .
LU M B 0% of price on day of. sale. Balance on
PHONE 2181
Misses' Eula Hnak, Miidrell
Bourne, Doris Frands
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Our . motor elperts do.'t "peIs" _ .. fl. WI bellth. Lik. , tWi
- - . \ ' .
. 4oder, we diapose the '1rI1ble- ..... an willa tep.Dltc. reP*L'
" . WE ALSO tlAVB' J;X>MPLBTB PACJlDES fOR EIl!CJlUcAD IRQ
WELDING AND DlB ,CUTtINO. UID
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. PAINT AND BODY w..oRK
MOTOR OVERHAUIJI(Q
BRAKE RELINING
.;
ALlCNIII'lOi , .
nw.m STlWCHJ'INING
MOToR DmI-lJ!
Auto Sales'
- NORDI BROAJ?WAY
PHONE 730 ' ..... ,";" , "
- Dodge- PI,.moath
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delivery deed within 1 5 days. December Taxes paid by
present own.er. Farm offered at 2 :00 o'clock P. M., Prompt.
Immediate Possessiori. ' - '
FARMALL F-14 TRACTOR - On rubber, with Cultivator.
9liver 2-bottom 12 inch breaking plow.
FARM IMPLEMENTS - M & M Corn Planter, Fertilizer and
check-tow Aorse drawn or tractor, has only 40 acres.
IHC M.oweF, as new. Dunham Disc, good as new. to-
hoe Superior Grain Drill. W 4g0n. Sled.
MiSCELLANEOUS - Hog Feeder. Water Fountain. Hog
:Troughs. New Electric Brooder, .Soo-chicks size. Chicken
Feeders. 12 rods of 4-inch Tile.' rods of No. 9
Fence. 20 rods of Hog Fence .P.osts. 2 squares of ,Corrugated
Roofing. Shovels. Many Other Small Tools. ' .
FEED - Hay in Mow. I ' , __ "- r-"-r:,." 1
GUERNSEY COW with 3 rd-Calf QY side. \ 1. .
. 24 - HEAD OF SHEEP - 24 . "
23 Face>Montana Ewes, 2 and 3 y:ears old . ..
, . .
. HOUSEHOLD GOODS - Estate dil Heater with Fan used
one winter. Hot. Blast Coal used one ' wlnter.
, Es!ate Small Perfection Heater. 3-piece Living Room
. SUite. 2 Beds, complete. Day Bed. 2 Dressers. Wash stand,
Writing Extension Table. Chairs. Glass Churn, Dishes,
etc.
TBRMS ON CHA'lTELS--CASH. "
. ' . PARMER STANLEY'
JESS STANLEY & EARL KOOGLER, Auctioneers.
(WaynesviHe Ph. 2894). (Dayton Ph. KE-8879)
MORRIS & SIMS, Clerks. .
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TH'E MIAMI GAZETTE
WAYNE8VILLE, OHIO No. 4381
"tHU'R8D4Y, A:UGU8T 19, 1848

,U1 Slt( ' , .. ,
"<I
Uo.n, shall be reduoed
or ,be eUminated in OBBe
Jficlent funds from such income' are
avaUa,ble and set aside for that
purpose,
CLA&8'F"ED AD RATE8
10 PER WORD MINIMU,..
\
DON'T FORGET TO cALL
us' for insurance. All types of
at a savings. Call
Francis Gene Brown, phone '
Waynesville 2472 or' call
coUect: W.iJmington 2 i 1.i .
(
I 1HE EARTH-
IF YOU 'ANYTHING
. in Real sale, get in
touch WIth Ben E. Oine lic-
.broker, Sprirtg, Valley,
OhIO, m Estate Business.
since 1911. Experience tells.
TrY., me and see. .
---826
FOR RENT-
THREE - ROOM Apartment
Call at Dot
Food Store. ' -indo
FOR
GRAPES , FOR SALE. ' Parry
Cook, Main Street. -819
1940 'TON and a half
rolet truck, -. grain bed. Waynes-
ville Farmers Exchange
Phone 2371. -722
ORDI'NANCE No. 2D1
An Ordin-aJWe for the
ls.!nle and sa.1e ot bonds , and/f>r'
notM ot the VUIa.ge of Waynesville
tor the of a_nding, en-
and improving Water Worka
$c1UUea to the extent .tJhat the In-
come from suCh water works la
to cover the OO8t of all
operating . expenses, a.nd interest
charges on such !bonds and/"r notes,
and-' to pro'Vlde a sufficient amount
for retirement or sinking' tund to
retire such 'bonds 's,/:i they become
due. "
Wtherea.s the wells' wa-
ter <to ,the Village of Waynesville
. ha v,e 'been a.nd Whereas
it is that tunds be provid"
ed .immediatel ' order to-
the llecessary requirements of the
'VUlage of Wayneevtne, OhIo, for
improving its water ,supply and for
" the immediate preservation o-! the
l)U b.J1o property, health and
safety .
, Wlherea.s, Itbls counen
ed, tihe Clerk to issue his
cEmtiticate as to the es1.imated Ute
Ott the improvement to be construct-
ed from !the proceeds of the ,bonds
hereinafter 'referred ,to and of tbe
notes, if any, to lS8U!i!d irt anU"-
c.lpat1on ot the issuance of
--:J-. -A-. -H-ar-t-
man, Phone New Burlington,
-819
FRYERS. C. E. MICH.ENER
PHONE 2920. ' -819
, bonds, ' and as the maximum
maturity .of such' bOMS and/br
notes; and the v:mage bas
,to Ithis. COU:nJClt ,such esti-
mated Ufe as exceeding 'five (5)
years has further ;Certified the
maximum. ,maturity .of such bonds as
forty (40) yea,rs and of such note.
Two-Wheel heavy. duty trailer as two (2) tears.
the rate ,ot n()t more than four (4)
pet centum ' per I annum, paYJa,ble '
semi-annually Oon the first day of
January and the' first day of JuLy
In each -year until Ithe prlnolpal
sum i. paid, an4 IIIh1ai.1 m.a.ture a.o-
cordlDg to la.w' In annual InstaJ1.-
aft- th&lr Frovld-
ed, h.owever, that If 'bids are re-
.celve.d and the ,bonds are awarded
upon a lower raute of iIliteresb
than hereinbefore, speciltled, such
bonds shalf bear such rate,' of 10-
terest as . may be in' the
resolution .of this Council approving
the award thereot. Bald 'bonds shall
due payable '
$600.00 on /September l'st In each of
,the years ' from 1960 ;to ' 1961, both
in IUBive, the last 'bond to mat:ure,
however, to be in tho prlndpal '0.-
m.ount of $300.00, The prlnclpa.l and '
In tel"est ot 811 at said bondS' sha.ll
be J)Pable at the c>Uice ot 'rIbe
Wayne,svllle !Bank .rn the' Vll1ilge ot
Waynesville, , State 01 Ohio.
That said bonds shall exp'reSlf up-
on their ta.ce the purpose for which
Ithey Sire issued.; thrut , they are is-
in of thds ordlna'nCe. ,
and Ibe sikned ;by the Mayor
and ViUage Clerk, and' sealed with
the COrpol'ate seal of !ra id VUJiage.
!Said bonds . 'slhaH . bear
,sucb 'con&ecutive nU'lXllbere as the
VlUB.g ' Clerk shali S!l-Id ,
!bonds sh&U be desllmated Water
Works Improvement E:Ollds - 1948,"
'Section 3. That the proceeds ' from
'the sale ' of .'bonds, the
premiq.m and' inte)'9St ,there-
on,shall be placed in' !the Treaaury
to flhe m.edit. ot the W\ti-ter W'orks
1lWtenslon and Improvement Bund.
, "
JSectiotl. 4. That if It Is necessary,
with hitch $5 S. Call Carl Now, therefore, !be it ordained by
21 72 -81 9 ' !the .. "Council at . ot
Waynesvl11e, State of Ohio, .
FOR SALE - Yellow 'or white
sweet COJln for cannin, ---
qe L.avaJ. Cream. Separator,
lIKe new -- 14-mcli Grain '
, ,this Councll
l
hereby determines .that
' nates sball ,he lsstied lin anticIpation
the . issue ot ' said bonds. .
ter H arrU11e r ilI-
C rn
2101
Waypesville. '
, , Section 1. That the necessity be
and Is : '. dec,la.red at iesuing
and', sell1ng '.bon4s ot the VU1!18e of
iWaynesvllle pursuant to the general
,lmW9 ot the Sta.te of Ohio in the .
principal amount of not more than
$6,80().00 In order ,to, provide a. fUl1d
for the' purpose of Improving 'its
water supply by extending the water
LOUDEN 'BARN EQUIPMENT malna to a1.ttach to the, new sow:ces
of supply, and constructing
HA Y TRACKS & CARRIERS to onto stich wells, erecting
ST
' ALKS d STANCH'IONS \Shelter for said wells, pumps, fix-
an . . " tare/! 'and 'appurtenanCes, and fot aU
LITTER CARRIERS 'other expenses in ' there-
.
.
STEEL WINDOWS' wlUt, including ttle costs of pre-
Jlminary Bun-eye and the printing
BARNDOOR TRACK and pubUshing o"f the resol-
GUTTER DRAINS utlons and 'ordtnances requlN!d In-
Available For DeHveJlv cident thereto; and .to provide a,
Free Barn Planning Service fund. for the paymenJt of ,not to
__ Otne year's inrteteet on saId
Call us for
aU 'be ng the use and
, gation.
BANTA IMPLEMENT Co.
Lebanon, Ohio Phone 555
,
:FARM EQl:JIPMENT
'We can give you prompt, ef-
ficient service on your JOHN
DEERE Farm EqUipment.
Stop in fol' estimate. Large
Stock of Genuine John Deere
Repairs. .'
BANTA IMPLEMENT Co.
Ohio Phon. 5SS
PEACHES FOR SALE
Varieties: As They Ripen
GOI,..PEN JUBILEE
J , . CUMBER.LAND
HALE HAVEN,
LATE RED
BRING OWN BASKETS
_ POFF'S ORCHARD
, Ibeneflt 'o-t the entire VillaP. includ-
ing all . of its inhabitants.
Sectio,n 2. TbaJt liard bonds ot the
of Waynesvllle spall be Is-
in prlnclpal sum no. e:lt-
ceeillng- for the purpose 8.-
toresaid. Said' bonds be o-t the
denomination of $500,00 and shall be
Issued In on& lot and 8'old pur,suant
to thegeriera.t lawS and Constltutlon,
of the StBite of Ohio, particularly
/the UllItf.orm Bond Act or the, Gen-
eral Code; shall bear interest at
,Section 6: Th8lt ,suc'h
notes in the amount of not exceed-
ing $'6,'800.0,0, the amount of the bond
issue,' shall ,be issued bearing in-
terest .not to exceed the :rwte ot
(5) per can'tum per annum,
payable a:t maturity (or semi-an- .
nually). Su.cb noltes !Shall be dated
A'ugust 15, 1948, Sindt shall', matuJ.'e
On AUigUst 16, 196!) . (provided, how-
ever, tba.t such be re-
{}eemalble a.t any In'terest period).
Such ' shall be' exeouted and
dellvered in such numlYer and such
denomlnlaltlons as may be requested
by Ithe purchaser of' such nates.
Such notes sh8i1'1 be by the
Mayor and Village (:nerk and bear
, the seaJ of the 'CoJrporatlon. Said
J10tes .hall be "Wa.ter
Worka Improvement Not-ee - 1948."
SaJ.d notes sball be payable Bit 'the
office of the National
Ba.nk. They .shall upon their
face the J,)Ur.pose fpr whlClh. ,theT
8.1'e, an4 that 'they are Issued
pursuan.t to th18 ordinance.
, s ection 6. Said ponds and/lor notes '
sh.a.ll be Ifirst 01fer'ed to the Slnkifng
Fund Trustees (or t he officer hav-
i{lg charge of tlle 'Bond Retirement
Fu.nd). of ''the BO
of the same as shall not be by
said TrUlt,ees (offICler) shall be 801d
' by tlbe Village 018l'k In the !1lIamLer
.......
ClaarPl ,
. * Mi. East of T raffie Light
CENTERVILLE, OHIO
E. ,G. Buchsleb. Inc.
provided ,by law, but lor not l'68s
'than par and accrue4 interest; 80Ild
the proceeds from such 98tle, except
as atoresald, eball be pald ,into the
proper fund. bond Wei a4'Ver-
tisement shan. state that anyone de-
siring to dO so may present ' IL bid
or bids .tor such bonds 'be.sed upon
their 'bea.rlng a different rate of
int.ereat, t'han the Maltimum herein.-
before fIxed, provided, however,
that Interest rates shan
be ot one per , centum,
or multiple t.hereof. The amount
of the bond or cerUtled clleok to
accom pany bid a ' shall be one per
ceIl/tum (1 %) of the amoUnt OIl
bonds to be sold. .
Section 7. That there shall be
set ' aside annually from the In-
Come Of the Wa.tet 'Wiol"ks Si Bum
sufficient to the' l!llter-eat on. a-
foresaid bonds and/.or notes, a.nd
to I"etlre aforesatd -!bonds alf
respectively faH due EUS specitied tn
this ordlnanoe.
Section 8. That for 1I:he purpose.
of 'provid Ing the necessary tu'n-de to
pay the promptly :and to
discharge tbe said bonds and/pr
rut shaH be
leVied on aU the ta.'Xable property 1n
said Village, In addition. ,to all other
,taxes, a direct tax, during
the 1> for W1hlCtl said bonds are
to run, whtch ,tax shatl be nO.t less
than the interest and sinkingl . fund
tax reQuired Iby ,Section 11, Art.
xm, ot !the COnstitution of ,Ohio.
That a.'ll funds derived from said
levit>s hereby reqUired be
placed In a separate arid distinct
fund, whic h, togetller' 'with 8111 in-
collected on the Bame, shall
be hTevocably pledged for !the pay-
. ment of tlie tntere t and prin.c1pal
of bonds and/(Or notes when
and as the ' shall lfaJl due. ,
nOW ever, tha1\ dudng
each of said years' wben tJhe ,surplus
Seotion, 8. That the Vlllq'& Clerk .
be a.nd hereby 14 . dJrectM to
' a. copy of thts ordinance to the
Auditor of. Warren Coun.ty, Ohl&.
Seotion For the reasons at8Ited
In the preamble, thlli ordi'nance fa
decl&red to ,be an emergency' mea.-
sure and shall become etf-eoUve
'iJl:lmedlately upon: lots paBlI8fJ'8.
Passed by the CouneU, AUB'U8t J,
1948. '
'Signed by the Mayor, August 1:4,
1948.
H. M. SIU!2RW'OOD
Mayor of the YUlage
Ohio .
Attest: ' CHlAiRLES
. Clerk ot the Cotin(:!1 y ..
-NORRIS aROCK COMPANY
Cincinnatf Union Stook Yard,
Live WI... anti P!roar ly.. An
or "izatlon HOOttd te none.
8trfottv ........ .en the ....
aM ar.ound market In , tit.
, country. '
THAT eAT"al'll!e
o Dq-t0il 11: I' Eo 8;'1'.
, .
DIal lUG WlLW ClDclanaU
11: 40. Df.a.l 100, ' for OUr Dally '
JlarDt IF...... ' ' ,
earnl'hgs of the Wa.ter . Works of .---I.An ' : ' PER' CI'UT
Said VHlage nre sutfle!enft, and a , W ' Ia1
Por
portion thereof is for. the
purpose ' ot meeting Ithe Interest
changes upon these bonds and re-
such ot them, lLa mature dur-
ing such year, ' then the' tax levY for
suoh. year as required b.Y. this sec-
Ore.ter Safet
v
of Farm Owner.
' W ANt E b
ship .
DKAD STOCK Fioanc.e a Lalid 8aak Loaa'
cows $8.S0 -
HORSES SO
. LOW INTEREsT
.
7.
.
HOGS 2.25 cWt. REPAYMENT' PRIVU MES
.... Ceadltle" LOAN ASSOOIA nON'
Also,' AD Sft1ALL nOCK -ROOIIl I 'Old .sa. 'Blda.
REMOVED PROMPn:.Y . II" $. aro.tlway
PIaooe . (OHIO, PhoDe 481
. W
, EIIiI H. Sturm, '
'1712
LEIIANON NATIONAL FARM
MN8 ..ct GRkVBL
. ...
TAR aM ROAD
LAWN aacI PILL DIRT
-.-". ... .
'rftANOK .... ..
.... -.
, ,
READY-MIX CONCRETE
EXCAVATIMC _tI DUMP TRuCK saYlca
iJ .
I
Miami Scfiools Open tuesday, Sept. ?
E!; .lI .. r:l E . T . T Houts Will Be
BySDtty D fl L , L .. at'l :8h
n
a
History can be habit.form 8ERVING WAYNQVILLE SINCE 1850 students. -The buses witt start in
It Says
Here
ingl , - AMANDA HARTRUM time to have the students at
E ' h No 4383 FIVE CENTS A COPY
ver smce t e musty files ,of . , Mrs. Amanda: Hartrum, th;! buildings at 1 P. M., K. M.
tbis ,paper were moved out of OHIO AUGUST 28, 1948 d t 6 15 Retallick, ' superIntendent, has
.
A.e I've found ml. awav a ': a. m. ues.. . 1
"'I U,:h - d t th h f h anno'unced. Olsm Issed wi[ be at
'self : JrnuShing t rough the 0 d Fp,I-ends' Do ' Id Ind,-ao' a ' PAPER DRIVE SAT. H. 3 :30 P. M . .
w e,n I .ough't to be do, I ' , ', . , bout two weeks' .senous Illness. With the additio'n of two
109 useful. ' . " _' Boy Scout 10 WIll Hartrum had been ' a school' buses, all students will
" ' -Take 'the issue of Jan. 1, Yearly' .Meetlng Here conduct a pape.r dr!ve of the Frien.ds Home be brought in the same time
1862, for instance. In those A,ugust 28., ThIS Will be a for about four year ntil mov- and taken home at the saine
days, [the paper' was 'called the It IS t1)at ing to her son's home recently. tflme. Therefore school will
"Miami Visitor," and its offices Members of the Society of paper ,and" lJe m She is also survived by another open at 8 :55 A. M. and,
. wer.e', over a saloon. The Friends met at Waynesvme bundles or m c-ardboarq cartons son, Samuel Stubbs of Balti- at 3 :30 P. M., with the lunch
evidence of is an. ;ad which A!lg. 19.' to '22 for the Indiana and be on the curt) not later -more, Ohio, ana a sister, M'rs. Pleriod from 121:00 ' to :30,
proclaims: "Oysters, Pig's Feet, Yearly Meeting ,of Friends than , 9 :00 ,A. M. Lydia Haller of Germantown. beginning Sept 8.
and , Tripe J I am prepared ' to, ' Conference. Funeral services will be held The teachers of grades 1 In
furnish the above delicacies in Epistles were read from F at ' 0 ' S at 2 p. m. tomorrow the 6 will meet in the grade build
any quantity, to families in the Friends in Australia, New Zea estlv . ate et Arpp Fun ral H m in Ger. ing at 9 a. m. and high school
bes! style , and on 'shortest tand,. Ireland, Fritchley 'lOlantO\l h f 1I0wed by burial ' in teach/er in theIr building at
nohce. 1 hese refreshments can Meetmg m Ireland, ,Germany, ' Germllntown Cemetery. 10:30 a. rn. on Sept. "'7.
be had at ,all hours, in styles, Frahc,e, Hoiland, Denmark, and F 0 t '12 16' The afternoon sessIOn on
,at my saloon, under the Visitor Canada,. There were also mes- or c. - ," U R' Sept. 7, will be. spent chi ; fLy in
,office. Raymond's Restaurant." , sages from. the following yearly e , \.t., T. . eelects , a jg'l:ng ror.ms alld arranging
, , , '- meetings in U. S.: Phif- The Hoosier State Shows will. ' 0 E H II iJ14iviJuai class \vltIl
Other ads of historic "interest 'adelphia (15th and, Race Sts.), bring three adults' rides, one r. mma 0 oway regular 0n
in that issue a're: Philadelphia Street'); children's ride, an,d 30 con. At the Annual business \'i edllt'!)(iay morning.
, t'Sale of Lu,mber: Mr. E. New York, New England, West- cessions to Waynesville for the ' ChJpren enteling the 1st
Hebble; the buHder of the new erIb Barnesville, ' 0.; Pacific first annual Little 'Miami Fall , the \\f"M
C
, Grldl! Grade mus't be sIx yeal'3 of age
bridge between this place and Coast, Illinois, and Wlilmington, cw. t Iff' db" e a e orne 0 rs. 0 le en or before Dec. '31, 1,948.
C
. 0, These, letters told of tLoe' Iva pr Ive ays Borden on Friday evening, Aug.
orwtn, 'Will dffer rot public n Oct. 12; The committee said
at tq o'clock on Saturday , problems and of Friends . this is 'an, exceptionally "clean" , 13, the officer5 of the past
Rifle
Boy Scout Cabin
next, aU the lumber & c; re- m other parts of ,the world. ' carnival. , year were re-elected. President;
from :the buil.ding of The feport of the Rural The Civic Club committee Dr. I:mma Holloway, Vice Pres.
the bndge. The Tumber IS new." Association described the efforts in charge of the affair, .. Mrs. Olive MI. Ourl; Secretary,
(This 'mllst have been the cover"l to y'oung people in re- by A. H. Stubbs, is .also making ' Mrs. ' Olive' Wardlow;, Treas-
ed bridge of which pi'Cture post malOmg on farms. It stressed ' plans 'for farm produce raised 'Urer, Mrs. Jennie C .. Bradley. ' Boy ,S,cout Troop 40'S
cards were recenty found in our the advantages of family-sized in this area to be displayed, A:fter' the election a few items cabin ' has been "undu fire'
files.) ' farms and a conservation pro. and for l ' t t of routine business were trans_ ' this ,week. '
"Our friend . Chesterfield Myer 'ram.. group i 'helping f atures . acted, during which the SOciety Someone with better aim
has .entered the pork in displaced from later. " pres,ented Dr. Holloway \:Vith a than sense has been shooting
Corwin:" . ' , Europe m' sectl,ons. . ' Civic Club members will pair of white gloves as a"" .22 at the cabin, and 1 as
. " Lis'! of remaining' in The repo,It , m;al1: cashier"s booths of of her service for the succeeded in ' caus'ing about $7
Post IOf!ICe at told of the of work., the, ride,S, and, ;some nightly past. ear.. " damame The culprit also shot a
O. Dec. 31, 1'861. These letters the and , prizes wtll' be awarded by local 'AdJot,lrnment . followed' the robin, for which ' there. is a
are subjee;t to a charge of one . work all!ong: Dlerchants._, An automobil e ' will of the. invitation: of heavy fine.
cent ' for, adv.ertising, per- ,Inulans.. . " . 'be' the, grand prize af the close . , Braddock to liol4-,-Ithe First __ of 'the rinist
sons calling for them Will please The FrIends theIr of th five.day event. . next meeting at her home. :was a 'can of pitch, wito which
say ' tbey are advertised." oJ! f?l1owlOg a ' The next meeting cjf com4 Scoutmaster .:oseplt E. James
(lJjere follow 25, names,) spmted diSCUSSion. . ' . wiI!' be , tomorrow DI;II RenDaOO' had ,been patching the roof.
In llle Congrega. ' on the Fr:lends night at 7 :30 III the Bull.etholes let a or more
tional Church I Would' return board1pg homes sho.wed them hall ' The home of Mr. an ...! Mrs, of the pitCh, seep out, of
' sincere thanks all who' in any to be In comllta.on. . ' . Hemrv Finck and Mrs. C emmic i't going inside ,the cabin. ' Also
way' aided 'the festival. of Chrisf- Fred,erlck TOMORROW, was the scene of shot out w re .l li.lrht bul::J. then
Imas Eve.; als'o to the ' Sons of the Swarthmore HIstorIcal LIb AT , BEI.I.BROOK SCHOOL a reunion of the descendants of the which held it, and
Temperance for the' use of their rary 'at Swarthfnoye COll.ege, Abner and Rebecca Dill 011 the msulator 0 0 the caLin's
, <;ofnmodicfils hall, and to the Pa., talk.ed on. histOrIcal subjects Bellbr0,ok is in the midst of Sun,day. A lov.ely pic.nic dinner power line. '
, Trustees of the Union school at ,thest;, ,In a the carnival spirit. The Belt. was 'erved on the law"t and
building for the use of reoms. elftltled .Rehfon brook Lio'ns' club is sponsoring a l' leas nt ,ifternolll , of rcuni pi! HARLAN TO
Receipts 'of the festival were be tbe ,- , a ,' ,'Country ' Carnival" aJ eriJoyed "Mr. and MIS PERSQNNEL .IN
$43.71.'" J " ' , " qf Fnengs ' school grounds Fri '):11 ,an,1 MI. ani ,M':. ' ' ,
"Isaac Wood, HoUse Si 'n ' tiCS, and theIr day. and Saturday, Aug., 27 and ' Dul.l T':'lJ1ple .)( Elm a,; B-!f.nic Mr. Ernest Harlan, Ground
, ' and Orna,mental Painter ' at certam ' 28; and is taking a ; I 'til, an;:r MI $ Chadc.) Di'!l. Safety I?lrect,or,_ Wi'right-Patter.
tf 1
'1 ff' . .' r - lnstorlcal penods. . h d E h th L' ':1 b M '1 d son Air , Force Base AMC,
spec u 0. ers hiS .serVlces to He jelt , that ' histor 'd J t ac ,year e IOnsc u Mrs. adel'ine DJ i and at;gh. ;J::l.y: '11. Ohio, has, 1 c m.
the ,public m all the branches h h'" Y, qes no gives some such worthy 'pro- tel' ,of Clayton, Ohio; and . tl d b th
of hIS pro{ession, ' and beln ' s. t. t: Fnend Jec;t. ,yeat the money' Mrs. Emerson' om of Mt. lOa e ' y e' Comman.i of the
master' of his tr.a.de does sh<;mld.be. , Eac,h b
v
a similar, 'event It: , Mlr. and Ralph ,Chie!-Gf-Staff. Heapquaiters U ..
hesihate .to war.rant" Sati,sfaction. ' that for extend the om and, s'on of Spring-Y-alfYj
AlsQ buggy tnmmmg. Shop in M T' II'" ' I' ," A' d ' htles at .school and spqn. , Mir. ' apd.',Mirs Q3born " I' , ' I d '
the r,0001)1 of J. Collett's ' . . r. , 0 es', a ",Iscusse , the sored ,a wmnlOg boys' baseball. Xema; ElSie T:lmt.r. VI ta'n personne a ministration
Cartlage shop.'" , hfe. of ,a co.nte:m. team. " Mr. 'and Mrs. Rich, ard Lu, tz and school .. 4050 San
, gorarv of Georg.d. e,ox showlng I An,tonio, ' Texa.c;. These
. , 41\Vaynesvllle' Lodge 163 . it. " .. "r.." . ( daug' ltcr and Mr. and, 'Mrs. R'l- 'n b '" l
F A 11\ " M"'''' .. t. ow Ideals of Fnends pro- ' M, i'sses B"etty Satte, rthwaite, ,bert 11' a'nd f)f , WI e on 'orary d'uty
'. &nI'. .'4o>0,.s, ': tat' duced "a "Quaker saint'" in dif- rl ,.. monthly from fme to ten day'"
on Saturday even- 1 tktilt times. 'On Sunda-y after. a;,Jorothy Wilson" Glenna Klein.. Dayton j Mr. an'd , :dl' . f " ;)
m,t- precedmg each every ' '" (OmMtnued On .... I) henp , aq,d ..Jerry 'Cook are at Moore 'of' BelvertO\vn; r' 11 a, Ion,. .
, fQll ,moon, unless moon f\llls . .' . I d> ,. _ ' , tending Youth Conference 'in M J. B. ! t r' es, Mr. and, M, s' 85 A TrEND GRANGE -I
" ,Saturday, when 'ANNE ROGERS TO MODEL Bowling Green this week. 1 son .. LyU:'::. I "
,aWre., o. Mn evening. T. L: Allen, sum. AT F, MR ,> . . Farmers Grange No. 13 ;met
_ re,gldar on.
MISS Anile Rogers of Wayne . evenang With ,elg-Ny flve' mem. ,-
On ,the front was an
"Original Novelette' entitled
'The ,tittle Brown House" by
J. William .va.n Namee; author
pf. '!.The Un-
, .
"Prtde and Passion," and "Juliet
That took up '.t,ree
and a half columns. The' rest of
, the .page was filled with c',lhe
Dead B'ride," a' mystery
by Mrs. M. Ritch,ie. .
SewSo 4 .. H Club is one of ttiree and pres Mem. '
seleetled ', t() ' DIs'clos' es' , of. Springbcl t i Grapge til.
Warren , .COunty 'Ohio Id .th,t officeS ,al i 'a
State Fan. She 'wtll m<>del her prr'glam , ' of Mar;r:.ba
. tailor:ed suit, for whichsbe also Nearly oI:le , pers9n out .. of church' eonnectiOtis., TheiL sur. Qu'artets, Recit.ations, '"
hat. handbag, blouse 'every three in ' the Waynesville vey, 'net yet' com'plete, sho;ws Playlet, : '
and In has, no with any ,30 of, the' people, Ice calCe 'a'nd ' coffee
1946 Itl cotion dress projedtr rellgloDs . In the area (:10 not ,wer! ..
arid in 1941 in "dreSSrup.dress' , And half of those who do ,belong; to. any religious body. . ' Miss Frances " Patrick, of
\to Warren COUR-ty at . belong to churches fail ,to attend ' ana at of the 'remaining' 10 AklQfi Parker J(., of
tate ' Fair. time she them. Manv do not' petcentj only' ha:lf attend ,their Nort.h. BIQQmfleld, (')hio, were
,modeled he:- costume. " Miss, know where ,to fmd PJe church '. d . F .
I;.ee, Braddock ' placed." of their choice. ' , ,. ;All Who are phurch en guests .. of A1t<.ln Earn
second In county , m "SChOdl These facts were on any Sunda,y' mor. . . ' "
An all-time ', record sale- was "r.ess" project this,year. Several tIlis week when tJ)e stare of st,' only 3'5 percent .. '-"
at.. M. A-. of the girlsmodeled and Cathedral, ' .,' pdpulation. A'. Francis I Gene : ' district
Sohio station Saturday e:,-ening aprons at the ' Achievement . Much IS ' V1Sltil}g St. of all the churches, ' in ' man,ager , of the Am'erican' Far.
wIlen 139 gallons were poured ' Meetlng_ .Lebanon Aug, t 2. ,Episcopal .!W , area last AUlUst mers Mutual Insurance Co. is
inl.:; the tanks or a h!g truck- . The WaMPe Sew-So 4.H Glub has a. showed that actual atttnd..: maUending a meetlng'of district ,
railt'r. c.i(cc'cded the ' sta. WIs}1es to tbank all those who surv:ey of the , a was Jonly managers with vice.
' slagle assISted in any way in makJng Their efforts. have . percent ' of the total papUla.' in GOlumbus today'
t.) gallOns. 'this i 948 club year a .ess. toward and tomorrow. 1., ,
The Miamt Gazette
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P"bliahed Every Th ....... y
At Wayne.vill., Ohl. '
. Unnrer O/liO SIllRS \
As TOLDI CONSEIZVATION DIVISION
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, CARL O. SMITH, Etlitor "
EMered a. lecond cl ... ' m.tter at the Peft OffIce
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SUBSCRIPTION RATE: '
$1.50 .. Y .. r in Advance'
Events Coming Up
':(TO have events listed in this calendar, ,notify Miami
, before 4 p. JIl" Tuesdays.) . .
SUNDAY, AUGUST 29'
'Jo to Church!
softball, . Bellbrook vS', MiamisbUl'g Eagles, 8 :30 P. M.
Waynesville Old-Timers vs. Miamisburg Old-Timers, 7 'P. M.
MONDAY, AUGUST 30 _
,Boy Scqut Troop 40 at , 7 :15 P. M. ' '
)'rustees, 7 :30 p. , M.
Softball, Miller's vs ... Kier's, 8 :30 P. M.
, TUESDAY, AUGUST, 31
Bo,ard of Public Affa'irs 7 :30 P M
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, WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 1
, Softball" Bellbrook vs. Spring Valley, 8 :30 P. M.
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)oftball, LegIOn v,s. Fairley's, 8:30 P. M. '1

. memoria,",
Under His wings, what a refuge
MT. , HOLLY METHODIST in sorrow!
T. M. scarff, Minister I " 1he hea!'t yeaming1" turns
School 9 :30 a.m. to His rest! I
A E h t S t
' orten when earth has no balm
. . arn ar, up. ' , h I
Service 10 :30 a.m. for my ea lng,
Service 7, :30 p.m. There l. find 'comfort and there
METHODIST CHURCH
R. B. Coleman, ' Minister
Church School 9 -:30 a.m.
, I am blest . .
, CAESARS CREEK FRIENDS Under His wings, 0 what
Rev. David Stanfield, ' Minister precious enjoyment,
J. J. Burske, Supt.
Worship and Sermon
, ' " 10 :30 a.m.
, Sl'ecial .
,.- '
ST. MARY'S EPISCOptAL
Samuel N. Keys, Minister
Morning Prayer 10 :30 a.m.
Sunday SchoQl , to a.m. There will 1 hide till life's
Worship Service 11 'a.m. triais, are o'er' ,
Sheltered, protected, no evil' can
UTICA E U B CHURCH
harm ,me; . ,
, , . ' . f
Rev. WilliarQ Shannon ' RestIng in II'm sa e ever-
more.
Sunday, School 9 :30 a.m. , * .. Iii '
Mrs. ' James Garrison, Supt. Clarence Steven Richan.ls
Preaching 1 st and ' 3rd Sundays was born in Wlarren County,
FRIENDS each month 10:30 a.m. November 4, m-O epar_
" Evening Serv;ces 7:30p.m'. ed this life August -14, 1 )4'S elt

First Day 9 :30 a.m. I YnE METii'()DIST ihe ag,e of' '17.
Meetin2' for Worship , , Clarence was the fourtil son
10 :3 0 C lURCH . .of J bhn Edgar and , Sarah
_ Dr. Joseph Mlni,ster Hart ' Richards, and
WAYNEsVILLE ' Sundav School 9 :3'0 a.m. was the first one of the eight
CHURCJ-I OF CHRIST Mrs. Ruth Saylor, Supt. .children to be taken. ,
M. H. Coffey, Minister Worship Service 1,0:30 a.m. He attended the Sprin"'boro
- Schools until he withdrew to
Bible .School . ', 9 :30 a.m. pCDDy CHUROI OF CHRIST assi5t his parents, on the farm.
MomlDg WorshIp 10:30 A. M. . .
, oung People's Meeting , " He greatly enjoyed this type of
, ," '- 1:15 P. M. Bible SChOOl , 9 :30 a.m. worK, and especiallv enloyed ,
' 1: J&min,.,. Service 8 , P. M. ' Morning Wo.rship 1, 0:,30 a.m. h'clpmg Mrs. Frazier' with ber
Co M ('ilcres.
, S'.,'. AU'GUSn-NE . Prayer . M ' 7 :00 Clarence' was altways willing
I! Young People s eeting . to lend a helpillg hand to tl10se
Krumholtz, Priest ', 7 :00 p.m. in BE f'd and wouti(1 'it'lconveni-
8 ' 10 A.M. Evening Services' 7:30 p.m. ence himself to ren ier a favor
t", the others aroundmm. He
W:IS ' always (';ble , to face both
joy "and sorrow ' 'with a
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Yearly: Meeting' ,
(OOn.ttnued tram Page 1)
(noon, Mr. , Tolles addressed
'J ydUng saying that
Quaker.ism has , ,meant most
when youth was active. . ,
, 1\:1 the 'Jun,ior Yearly' Meetrng,
-epistles we,re from y'0ung
Friends in Nebraska, PhIladel-
phia; North Carolina, and New
Ehgland.
. Margaret report-
ed on the varied program of
study, recreation and
/ at Camp lllindo. Morvel Garner
on :, llfe , of this
VIcinity. Sherman Pressler told '
. of ,a trip to ,Washington 'On ,
which he contacted govemm.ent
officfals on peace-time conscrip_
tUm. ' , '
Eula Hoak., Richard Eastman,
and Ro, Furnas were named as
a tommi,ttee and
v 110 prepare a Mrs.
Ross Hartsock was cliairman of
the committee 'which, served
meals. Miss Elizabeth Chandler'
'arid Mrs. Lena Hartsock were
the hospitalit)' committee.
Lawrence Furnas was named
presiding clerk j Ruth Chandler,
recording clerk
d
' Gordon Foste(,
assistant recor ing clerk; Mts.
VI anda Clark of Pennville, Ind.,
readi,ng clerk.
Wilhelmina' Braaoock is clerk
of the Junior Yearly Meeting;
Roy Furnas, recording clerk,
and Sue Furnas, ,clerk.

NOTICE
Our arti'c1e last week was' a
Uftle too lengthy for our state-
ment that we had ' visits with,
Raymond Marlatt and Earl RQ-
. bertson, former residents of
wbo wish to 'be re.
membered to ,their friends.
Also, ' Mr. and N('rs.
Whitaker accompanied', us on
our hOome:y.rard journey. '.,
-Rev. and' Mrs. R. B. Coleman
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, Besides his l')1any friends, ' re- '
latives, teachers and
llOURS:
"--12 eaeh 'mOl'1rlinf
1-5,' aftemo'ons '
,Wednesday
7-9 e
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venlilK, ,'.
other eveninrs br'
Appointmen '
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OF. [ E. Wilkin
OptOm .... c lb.'. Sp .....
.& South D.tr.ott IItrea
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classmates, he leaves to mour'n
his loss, his father and mother
one sister, Mrs. Marth:\. Jane
Biggs qf Corwin. and six
brothers: John Weslev and Al
bert of Waynesville-
Paul Lorin of Dayton and
Fl'Oyd Edga'r, Everett WaIter
allli'Howard Monroe at beme.
H I d
e Ive for those who lcved
him, '
For those who knew him
true; ,
For the heaven that smiled 3.-
bove him; ,
And his spinL too;
For ,the cause that needed "
assistance, ' . '
Ie .....
_ II .. a.:: a ,
Fl'.- .tlle wrongs that no!L!dl!c1
resistance, ' ,
For the future in the distance\
, And the 'gopd that he coulo
do.
WILMINGTON COLLEGE
PLACES ALL TEACHERS
Placement of the 34 'Wil-
mington Colleg,e, graduates who
received degrees in education
this year and , the 20 students
who, have completed the two
years of their temporary Cadet
certificate in .. elementary educa-
lion was announced Thursday
by the college Placement
Office. Among' them are: Miss
PhyJlis Duffey" Wilmington,
English ,aild placed
Ma on High School; HarQld.
Graham, Portsmouth, who will
conduct driving courses at
Xenia Cen tral High School i '
Waldo Hodson of Mason,
place.d at BellbrOOk High
School, and mathemat
ics; Fallis Paine" Waynesvitlej
.history at Clarksville High
School ; J arne,s Love-
land, professor of 'biology at
Cedarville Col1ege; \\iilliam
Ramsey, Loveland, physical
education and coach at
Monroe High School; Betty
Jean Wilding, Blanchc,;ter,
-,"1 mmc.:-ci.al tc(u:hcr at
,Valley High '
. IN CASE. OF DrAL 2222 . ,
OMPLETE
c;SERYICE
A modern and cOJTlplete Funeral Home for the
comfort and convenience of our public. '
Home ,
n:LEPHONE 0."
!n the best loo,king ,c1()thes
10 any class I T.bat's how
you want your ,.Young
scllolars dressed this sea- '
, son, sq; 1:IS your back.
to-school headquarters 'for
the kids of all nades. Give
'. them a: IfdeanWstart.. ' '
FRIDAY aDd SXfuRDXy ,
AUG. 27 and 28 '
At School Grounds
Valuable Door Prizes
Games, Music,
Fun for Everyone , "
'whole wonderful world' is
m,vlted. ,
-Sponsored by 'the Bellbrook
, Lions Cub
'AGE' "'HE MIAMI GAZEnE a reaJ treaf in next Taes.
WAYNESVILLE, OHIO No.4883 . day only m 'C,lgc.1 Fury",
, THURSDAY, AUGUST 26. 1948 t . B t C b' bit; . lJ
CONGRESSMAN TO SPEAK
lIT .. MIAMI-. ,CHAUTAUQUA
, s arrmg us er ra e. s a
Philadelphia's .Congressman
Hugh D. Scott, Jr . ., a veteran of
World War II, who served
seas with the U. S. Navy, will
speak at Miami Vaney Chautau-
qua on August 29 at 3 p. m.
TWIN-
, .
Lea.e.
II!r _
fOX HOllY .
, , The Twin Theatre took on
the aspect of a "grind ll.ouse"
, (big city theatre that runs 1 2
hours) last Saturday when it
opjened at 2 P .. M. and ran 'till
midnight to -accommodate all
the free MountIe fans, .whose
, club card had eleven punches
entitling them to the final chap_
ter of the Canadian. Mounted
serial gratis. Th'e Brick Bradford
serial started at these perfor.
manc1es, too, and since the B B
Club Card is on the same prin ..
cipie there ' were tw.o lucky
number that
Wdnner of the finale on Carla.
dian Mounted was I. he Orlo
Reese famil y of
while Arnold Walte'; cop,.' ' d
the initial BB AW11\1.
. Don't ou think the
serial' has a lot on the ball?
It 's So full of imaginati on, and
it s.rikes me that Kane Rich.
mo ld is 'a most capable Brick
You' e seen him be_
f re in features. Sam Katzman,
. J roducer of
a fertile mmd With sCientific
wonders. For In tance, in ' one
of h is serials he dreamed up
the jet plane; which later was
.. r,e .. ' 1 111 Ole war. 11
t1. lIrr nt ' cliff. hanger .(-;:erial
to you) he has '9'nvented . th"
Interceptor Ray, which
ize. the deaElli .. e 'f \"
missiles. So you may l:?e c;eei n
o
'
sCience' . in the making. And
d n't forget the Brick
,Ntw Inventi ons Contest, .
oren y the Twin and the
Miami Gazette which clo5es
ept. 1, 19'4 8. Partictila is in 1 ;tst
.. , . 's :. a l l' ;'.
Btiefviews: "Saigon' (Par.)
with A<lan. Ladd and VerrJnica
I cl e its colorful run t o_
night and Friday. Do you kno.w
vher . n i ? ,French Indo-
Ch ina, and its.. popular on is over
. 110,000. Good picture, tno.
.' On Saturday (rHl'l en
L( I t', riding ba'ck : ,t'oI t!le f\ .... 11
in a re-release that' 3 so W
yow can smell :;ar-e-,
to "U, n fan Will love the plX,
and 1 a 1ies alwavs 10Vf:j
' . ' Pri en. The BB::-"'lia' d1.wfer
n tbe week is
"Fligt.t tu the MOOTI " If you
dl r t think they there, sec
for Y Jurscl(:
. '. , , h hrings to a very .
Sunday an'j Monday
... I '" ' A
o;;):(W "Personlll Unla' ,
:, film with ' an A rating,
'a. 1'.11 . frr anywhere
(1'.'.\ ('verywhere" cv.en
WaynesviHe will like It), WIth
a 'cast that ,reads like ,a Broad.
way opening - Ll.cllle Ball,
George Si' Cedric

Boris Karloff, Joseph Calle'a,
[Ind Alan Mowbray. If you ,agree
with that a Sherlock Holmes
a'1ct an cast make
a great show . for .real draf!ll
lover.., . then yoU' WIll not m!ss
"Personal Column".
Animal devotees, espe.cially
. those who are fans, have ,
. ,
the "Big episodes
of ring daring :md back-stage
plotfing, and.it winds up with a
terrific 'man -to-'man battle
to the death, as fir.! rages over
the cir.cus grounds.' o'ne review.
er caned ' it "the
movie" ever t.u.rned out.
September comes, and with
this gorge-ous ' mOllth, next
Thursday and Friday, Burt Lan.
caster arrives. "I Wlalk Alone"
(Par.) wi1J give you action of
a non.:. Western sort - just as
'poten t - in the story of an
excon m'ah who is defeated by
modern business methods. Of
course, . Lizbeth Scott doesn't
help plot mafiers but does aid
t'he rom,antic situation. The
r'emme Fatale - always there
a challenge, eh,
sisters?
WAYNE SEW-SO CLUB
. Throug-h the courtesy of
their advisors and those who
furnished transportation the
Wayne Sew-So 4.H club made
a tour of the McCall Company
on Aug. 11. Highlight of tlle
lour was the huge
circular saw, whIch cuts a
,thousand patlterns at one
tion; also . watching the
wl10 fold patterns from a rack
at the rate of 1,800 paltterns a
day. It :takes a girl at least 6
months to a: year to attain that
effi<:iency.
Congressman Scott is Gover
nor Dewey's campaign manager
. and his appearance IS expeded
to attract nationwide atten
tion because of his
in the Republican Party in this
election year. '
Scottis a member of the Inter.
state and Foreign Commerce
Committee of the House . of
Representatives. He is also the
Pennsylvania member of the
National Republican Congress.
ional Campaign .' Commjrtee,
and a member of the Aviation
and Radio SubCommittees of
the Interstate and Foreign Com
merce Commitfee. He has been
active in many dvic and
charitable organIzations in
Philadelphia, is a 'member of the
American Legion, the Veterans
W. C. ' BROWN
. PLUMBING & ELECTRICAL
CONTltACTOR
PHONE WAYNESVILLE .
2949
. BIG M-a favorite
BIG M for muimum yield
of yOUI' wheat cropI' BIG M
for hilhest market quality,
ADd itt. been that way ,.
IDON thaD tweDt7 yeara.
While our immediate COD
cera il that of lupplyiDI
1D0re
fertilizer. for your needs,
every fertilizer bearing the
BIG M brand performs up
to 'that reputation because it
is alw.,. made up to highe:!t
standardl .. never doWD to
. Order ... "..,. ...., dNler lor ,all.
11ie'M ami Fertilizer Company
. OFFICE-DA YTON, OHIO
, OHIO
TIt. Miami "ertUiaet CompMI)' .,
independent Miami Valley COIICm
untI.r oper_Uoft 01 it. owne ....
Special
STOR-AID . WARDROBES
'. $.8.
95
,
DE-MOIST
, $1.
29
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WALL. ,PAPER AND PASTE AND SIZING
C E. ' BULBS - NU ENAMEL
KEMTONE '
. Waynesville Furniture & Appliance Co.
South Man. Street across from Grange HC\Jt
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of Foreign Wars and' Amvets.
He is also a member of sons
of the American Revolution,
Society of the Cincinnati the
Board of Vis'itors of the U. S.
Naval ACademy, and Phi Beta
Mrs. Robert Furnas and Mrs.
, Kappa. , ' I
Raymo, d Wilson have returned'
after a tT' p throu,lth the Smokies
and several I : with the for.
me:,' " ' c::-iri-:aw and daugh.
ter, Mr. and Mrs. B. W Whitton
and daughters, In '
Tenn. :, 11_
PLEASE ADD nilS LIST TQ YOUR .
. TELEPHONE DIRECTORY ,
WAYNESVILLE
Ander:(m. C. E.-2r.! 5
Baughn, Bernard-3143
Bogan,J. H.-Harveysburg-3 f 35
Brooks, H.-Harveysburg- 2947
Brown, Gene-24?2
Bunnell, Rhodes-R. 2-:!O 2
Burneltt, Chas.-2552
Burske, J. J.-R. '2-2099 '
Carn'es. Grant L.-Harvey burg-i948
Carr, Mrs. Wm.-Harveysburg-1943
Clark, Roy-2483
Covey, Wilson-2963
Cuslenborder, Geo.-R. 2-3182
Dakin, Mrs. ' Carrie-263 5
Davis, Robert-2631 ,
Doster, Wm.-R.3-3128
Downey, Wymer S.-R. 1, Oregonia-2864
Early, Everett-R. 2-3188
Elhs,- Geo.-R. 3-3121
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ElliS, Leroy-R.3-3126
Ellis, Walter-R. 3-3120
Eistro, Harold-R. 3-2634 ,.,
Everhart. Fred-3141
. Fires, Alvin-3142 .
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Frye, Vivan-Harveysb rg-2008
Gons, Robert O.-R. 1-_809
Hammond, Ralph=--R. 2-3184
Harrington, James-3144 ,
Hartsock, Luther-2,806
Hawkins, R. L.-26 20
Jeffery, Robert-R.
Koogler, Chas.-R. '1-2805
LeMay, Frank, Jr.-3129
Lewis, Jr.-2534 .
McCarren, Ed w.in-H arve ysburg-3 127
McGuinn, Tho .-R. 3-3122
McMillan,
- Meaa,Oy VI. 25 .
MisseIl, John W.-R. 2-3181
Moore, Raymorid-2803
. Morrow,Pran'k-2802
0' Robt.-2.661
Pennington, W. N.-R. 2-3182 '
Peter on, Geo.-2241
Prether, Lester J.-R. 2-2932
Reed, ' Flota-mond, R. 3-2942
Reta)]ick, Eld0n- . R. 3-2801 .
Rose, OrvaJ-R. 2-2097
Sacksteder, Geo. E.-2431
Satterthwaite, H. A.-2877
Schnaitman, ' .A:lbed-R. 1-280.7
Schuler,' Virginia-3145
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Shutt, HoweJ,rd-R. 1-
Silk. Col. Joseph-2793
mead, W. Fi-R. 2--:-2938
,Smith, D. R.-26 : J
nia- . 2849
Sm\th, Edgar-2 7 ( 4 .
StonYQrook Farm, % Frank Courtney-
R. 2-2621-
Strouse, Wom.-R. 2-3187 ,
Tay'lor, Clint- . Harveysburg-3124'
Taylor, Willard-R. ' 3-2895
Tinney, Sherman-2 185
Tomlinson, A. G-R. 1-2800
Twin Theatre-2661
Wall, G. R. Lumber & Building Materials-
. Harveysbu[g-2836
Watkiris, Donald-R. 2-3189
Wilson, :
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Olijo Telephone
COIn pa;t;l Y!
. To, BUJ, Sell, Trade
Reat, Burrow, USE
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50 Years
,.Ago
(From the Miami Gazette ot
AJ.lgust 24, 1.898)
While columns are being
written about the brave heroes
who have gone to the front, a
. word of credit must be given to
the summer girl, who not only
displays her affection for her
country by for the Red
Cross and other relief organiza-
tions, but also exhihits her pat-
ri otism in her dress. This sailor
I'!at pictured above is made of
plain Panama straw. The crown
of the 'hat is covered with red
and white plaid silk and around
the smooth brim of the ha't is
sewed an ' edge of rough red
straw. A band of red, white and
blue ribbon is carried around
the ,crown finIshed with two
high loops of the plaid silk and
eight blue bird quills, whi'ch
stand smartly at the side.
, , 41 41 *
Dt. ' H: O. Alexander has
opened an otfice in the south
end of the Leak Building, has
' it pleasantly fitted ul? and is
ready to attend to busme s.
* 41 41
The pressure of tbe gas wells
was ,measured a few days ago;
at No. 1 they found 50 'lb. by
applying the meter as soon as'
the pipe was opened; at NO.2
,they let the gas flow' off about.
ten minutes before applying the
meter, and found a pressure of
65 lb. The purpose tq which
the gas is to be applied is still
unsettled, but' Mr. Dubois, of
, Chicago, was prese!)t at the
time o'f the measuring of the
gas pressure and is contemplat-
109 going into it with the view
of develqping it. '
.41.
J\, road that receives ' little
care soon shows ' wheel tracks
and ruts. If it was constantly
swept and frequently s,craped ,
both of these would obliterated,
NOW
AT HAMILTON, OHIO
YOU CAN BUY
A NEW 2-DaOR ,
Cozy
FOR $475.00 J;>OWN
BALANCE 512.00 PER WEEK
COMPLETE wrtH ELECTRIC REFRIGERATOR
, ,
BOTTLED GAS OVEN RA,NGE
ELECTRIC BRAKES
The , New Trot",ooQ
, $325.00 DOWN, BALANCE A' WEEK
, AU.. ALUMINUM
$550.00 DOWN, BALANCE $12.75 A WEEK
Eaton's 'Motel and Trailer' Sales
CORNER LINCOLN AND DIXIE,HIGHWN'i
,. HAMlLTON,OHIO,
tENNOX Heating "Equipment
RAY MORGAN
, ,
Sheet Metal SlOp
MAIN 8T.
. AC .... no ... ".TO .... C.
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and drivers would not follow so nell and Samuel Meredith,
constantly in the same 'tracks, are .in attendance at the. '
to the. detrimen.t of the road. Geratic State CbnventIon In
session at Dayton yesterday and
'tHE fe1IAMI ,PAGE
WAYNESVILL.E, OHIO No. 4383
THURSDAY" AUGUST 28, 1948 '
,
' . An undertaker ,wrote a letter '
t
. t '1 d today. W dd-
a a promt,nen ral toa com- " e In gs
, pany complaining: of the slow TOWEL SHOWER GIVEN- . ' ,
rail serviCe. TIle letter read; , FOR MIDDLETOWN GIRL RIDINGER-ELLIS
as follows: "If you do not run '
faster trains over your line you . ' Miss Marjorie Ross gave.a The marriage 'of Miss Sara
will ruin my business. My eus- towel shower at her home 10 ' Ridit:lger, daughter of Carl
tomers will not ship, their Lytle on Saturday evening, Aug, and tne late Mrs. RI.
corpses over your system for 21 for her cousin, Miss Dons dinger, and Mr. Wade W. E11is
fear that they will not reach Roberts of who took place at the Baptist Church
their destination before resur- will be marrIed Sept. 12 ,lto ' Lebanon, July 31, at 6:45 '
rection day. . Harold Roger of p. m. -
, '. the. Middletown BaptIst Church. They wer attended by Paul
A great many tobacco sheds The invited gues'fs were: Mr. Coblenti of- Dayton and Mrs.
have beeri built in this sec1ion and, Mrs. Carl Ross and famil y ,Reva Leaf, cousm of the bride.
tht! current season. , Thomas 'of Franklin, Mrs. Viola Ross of ', Mrs. Leaf wore a pink street
'Z 11 h t ' b t t t f Dayton, Mr. and Mrs. Roy . f k 'th bI k
e as ,pu up a ou wen y Or Roberts and dauO'hter .of Middle- length summer roc WI ac
farmers, we tand; (l rn 0ng I' accessories and a white rosebu
th f G -" I B town, Mr. and Mrs. (]ene, Ro s
one or h. rown, and son of Mr. and corsage. '
near Ferrer He allready had a Mrs. Allton Ross and Mr. and Th.e bride wore aqua with
large she, but the new one is Mrs Jack Ross, of Springboro, acces 'ori es, a black
larger, 30 x 84 ,feet. He Mr.H .... rold R" ,ouer, and Mr. and picture hat nd white orchid
has on hiS farm about fifteen t\ l'\
M W
'11 R s cor age. ,
acres of tobacco' which promise
3
rs. , I 0. ' , Immediately following ' the
well. This family gathering was ceremony the bride and gro an
, w. S. Harts.oek, delegate, also to han r their father, Alton J ft for ,the Terrace Plaza
accompanied by the two wlieel- Ross on his 80 th birthday. ' Hotel in Cincinnati for' a few
horses of Wayne townshm, day. Due to the erious illness
Democratic/ party, N; L. Bun- READ GAZETTE Classified Ads o(the bride 1 father, ' no recep- .
'0' b ... n-.l ... dOD', dilate
lI!uftoao wi... olh
,a.ohn. Wa .. IIftlii you. taD.
AI a .... y ,liP .
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Belcher's SUDOCO Service
PHONE 2423
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WAYNESVILLE, OHIO
a.,iI
BUILDINGS CHATTELS AUTOIIOIILES LIABILITY
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"4';WAY FARM URaNCi"
ip abe Obio ,.m.-. wm Pc 10U bIOiId ' proIKdoo 'p''''' lGA11
011 ,oar fum. II 'ODftn ,our ,baBdlap, ,oar .ct. ...... JOaI' aaIOIDCIWII
.Del roar UalJiiUlJ fOr tID WIi, IlOl .. _ ...."
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larl D. Dakin' IaslllUce AI.,
Pllou.' Iii. 140 B. M!i1ben7, ' 'PANON, 0. ,
'AlIIIII IIPIIII
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tion' wa held.
Mr. and Mrs. Ellis are I'at
b me" at brid' father's
hOome. The groom i connected
with the National CaSh Register
in .Dayton. "
Mr ."Ethel M. Hauk f On '-
ton, and , ' Mr. and Mr . . Jay
B ron Cooper and s n of
Miami, Florida, p nt Sunday
afternoon with Mrs. H. H.
W1l1iamson and family.
GAZETt:E
ADVERTISERS '
l'- . u uid. exee. and other
matter that nannol stay in th!'
wi' hout injury to healt h, thore
be b tler und rs Loll clin g or 1II1a" ,
v:ht.:i! is' t wht'n I ;dneye
to I'm'ctl on properly . '
B ir nin\:. scanty or t oo I, "quent urin ..
'inn !lomf'i mllll WUrtllJ that somethlDI
" is .' a ug, You mllY RuITer 'nagging back-
" r, hl'nrl:iehea. dizzinl!88. rhoumatic
.. ,,! t Ing up at nights welliDR,
4 \ ' n.ot Iry Doa,,', pm.? You WIll
., ' . Ii ml'dic!ne recommended tbe
, 1)\' r. Doa1i" lItimulate the fUDDo
I : () t ',e \:ld1\cy, and hlllp them i.
ClUt po; ouOue w .. te from the
,blood. They eoDta\n 'harmful.
Got Boa,.', today. 11M with CODfld.. __
, At all drug .torea. '
.,..r=w
' .:OO's 16 FIRESTONE.
,TIRES $13.95
(plus 'tax)
ALSO FULL OF
riRFsrONE PRODUCTS
, BATJ"ERIES
rEXACO SERVICE
a. , MAIN PHON.
WAVNE.VILLa. OHIO
PAGE 6 THE MIAMI CiAZETTE
WAYNESVILLE', OHIC!) No, 4383
T,HUR80AY, AUGUST 21, 1948
is no alternative except bigger
donations of a greater magni
tude or . a charity-sponsored
affair in thle near future.'
S
PORTS
' LANT
, The Junior Amer. Legion nine
winds up its season bv meeting
a Dayton All-Star team at the
local diamond at 2 :30 P. M.,
Sunday. .,
- Harold Florence and Jerry
Vickers will play with' th'e Mid-
get All-Star team against the
champion Southern Hills team
at Centerville, Sunday at 2:30
R"
BOB O'REGAN
To err is liuma!l i to for'yive
is divine. SO' we ',hope you wild-
eyed sport fans wilt ndort the
latt er phrase in forgetting- about'
the blunder last " 'wl.ek. ' that
caused the sport coh.imn to be
eliminated. But at
:1 A. M. one is likely t,:. f
hi s own name in for
it de:lGline. '

P. M. ..
.
Mr., and Mrs, Ernest Butter_
worth, with Mr. and Mr . Frank
He'ss of Bellbrook, are enjoying
a vacation trip in Ver,mont.
Mr. and L. C. St John were
unday guests of Mr. and Mrs.
. Glenn Bland and daughte'r.
\
, I
._. WilliAM HOWARD TAFT
I
, .
by Ohio aU IIleGIIlIftI cmes ... "'"
Warren Hurling. It was ' a baSke' .at . be -bad reid
position that fitted his quali6ca answered the.
tions. as he had been Kent Pro- .'nle msuse ' ..
lessor 0' Law at Yale; first Gov- Cincmnatt, at -ate. I '
emol' 0' the Philippine Islands; features: rare >llectloo ! Dl!!lpit-e the fad Dean of ' the Law Department, watches 01 ahapU
Now I kno\v how "plstors f
souls" feel when week after
weeK they are to re_
,:l;:nd their coniregalh)nS ill.it
donations are ' neCC,:saTV for
oper,lti n' . I t -I tIle
same wa \ rth pur 1 '1' 1 1 a,
the most I)ortJ1 Presitfent 1ft out, University of Cincinnati; Secretary ina<1i In UiI " tG weighed 340 of War under Theodore ' Roosevelt centutj;"Rere. DOI __
Howard TMt's and his entire life's ambition had of aU the LUlICIGIIII
.g-u e, playing- t' 1re :: 11 f I
weekday game an,] :'\;1 '
t : ' 11 Ollt t c., ' I; ,m l av I! V' 11-
' t ,., . Ii 3 , an avera'''c.. out ,.., . -
la y of $ 1 to condu
TLi ' j, not in Iud Krl)lllll.-.
. r fe ffi ial ke p- . ,
Cr fe , impro' ment t
, d ucha new' (we
r ' u two ets to iat : ) , 0 '
the new creeninR' vhi J '
along the third bas line
an j b hind the late'.
Th Ie, glle c ffi er , including: .
ur rtll v, ' in r I I" ,
averag-e donation of ten cents
per . er on w uld
such ,expenses.
ccunt J av nJa 1. ' l:i n' h .
' 800 people the con-
te ts in a week. Ho'wever" ;1 0
Vi, f' klv Ue&tio.n 1Hl t (l fJpe d
'50 while too many week have
spen hut $35 Or $ 6 i 1 cl"l nt f
ions.
, -
Each ..j@1I11- spon' or \Va
: $25 to the
son. Obvi ousl y, tJ at amnunt
has lowl t ut surely heen con
sumed, ' and the tre:l. ' ur
is now . ust about "bus!eu." .
O. K., wAat are we t
do about it, s\nce it' s Ohvi':Hl '
f hat witl' out incr a ed re\' en \I 'i
from game's the loop will have
I

!-
Whee! It'a eom-on-Uae-oob time I
"gain! O\lr family i. eo fond of i\ 1
e make a meal of it! }
.have a huge helping of
alad, black bread and too of bat- ,
r ' all ready' on' the. kcau
e like our com cooktd JUIT SOl
hell we pop jUlt ODe ear for each
f ui into kettle of ' bOUm. wa.ter !
nd time tt.em euctlr 6 minutAa. 1
hile we ara -tina , the I
C
OOked eal'l. wella" anotllew!
und cooking, and .1O w. ban
reih ears eveq tim.t We I
over the ' 'witb .,.."". ..1' j
em and dig ID.
ev dri _ We k.. of
a r nalktnl dOH ;. DO
ur.tttute for a paper , ., . ;
me like thiat.') I
But our P'!8t love tor 11IIDJD8I'1
hot dOPe Some folb Db them I
'th "the- ketchup, '
Ipickles.. mustard and Jdat about
avorlte J)astlmes were golf andl been along legal ,lines, . to HOover !mdthewo:rld ... rc!lrlMllnMI.
ong walks.
He died in Washington. D. C., murals ' OJ:eite4, I}

in 1851 in he on Marc.h 8 . 1930 at :the age 0.' 72. .--. __ . .. . _ I, tud led at Yale Cmcmnati there are car.bon copies While ift I'IfGtl7 w School and rus first ,Jol? of more than one million letters the 'rl9me O. Hilde' , aw for' the Canclnnab ' which be wrote while oMce, Stowe' In Hills. .- 'rimes. " .
Li much of the theme of Uncle . . ; }t'rom the age ,()'f thirty, be was filed to .. posterity in brary Cabin was developed. almost constantly in public office of Congress, 'This vast corre- ,miles to the, !and was the ol.lly man: to hold the spondence is chiefly because in his along the reaches of 'two highest in the land- administration typewritten letters Ohio River, is tlle 'lmpressiv4ftomlli !President of the United States and became commonplaee. Added to o. President William Henry HaPol Cllief . .Justioe ' of the Supreme the letters are 'diaries' number-in, risoll) first Ohioan ele(le$t to 'o.} Couwt. 'I.'he latter was a post he more than .15,000 psg .. of $ingle-high office. T.o the east and nol't,b.., Icoveted far more t han the Presi ... spaced typmg! '
east are the historic eatihwor '
: .' Seventh Ohioan \0 be elected to . the days of Washington-who Mound Builders of Ohio. dot
(dency.
How times have changed .from and mounds of the .
. the office, .':raft was inaugurated wrote ' less than 20,000 letters in HillS<jale and . ChiWCQt.be. !the twenty-seventh President on ,his entire career; and ,from the " IMarch 4, 1900. He only days of President Grant, who kept (AnotheT storti of the lives . ' one term. . copies of only, a very few of his ' Ohio win in
, L....Ia. t&2iD& bUm. a,wl !JAQ_ iIJ_.J. --t
' Mrs Irvin 'and Ra.: IRMA FIRES 15 GIVEN
mond' Mulford. Ja.ck TWO BRIDAL SHOWERS
Mulford who is m trammg WIth . '
the Ohio ,Nati onal g' uan at Miss Irma Fires bride-ele. ct
Camp Atterbury, Ind., on Sun- was honored with a linen show_
d
er dunng- pa t week at the h I1IL'
ay.
f Mr -,< LeR y t p ' r in D'l\'.'
Mr, a:nd Mrs. ' Johl1 t n and a mi -ellC'me u r
had as week end guest. Mr'. at the hom'e of her 11111t,
and Mr. George Men.:.:r and Ra mond St mps ill Ccr-
Mr. (lnd Mrs. Lonnie wn en Wiednesday.
Dayt n, Lon Gates of Mt. Or:l
anc Miss Margaret Oak ' of New
, ork .
Mr. and Mrs. Wi Jli am Gimt )
and son Alex, with George a.l 'j
c;: ..
Billy Brown, en.l 0yed a PICI1lC
.lI'
Mr. and Mrs. John Sdt1emyre
and ch ild ren had ,as weekend
guests Mr. and Hoyes Mc_
Gowan and children Gincill
nati. . Mrs. McGowan is the for_
mer Evelyn Cartwright.
and Mr.. Stanley H.
. <li lt -,' Ir vin M "I 'r'rd and Yir.g
J, aa attended the Farrle'y
C mpany pi 11 i at Sharon
'(J d' <"n unday.
, .
Mi - e: . ut 1 Ann and EstJ1er
t fo!rt lip 0 r' 'else the team
, s onsor will 'have (0 ante'! a-
Rain. I take ,the stand that 'any_
leverytDin, th ean think of. Our I
favorite IS Weleh nrebit sauce
: with. a goOdIJ, of Woreester- !
' !shire aauce to give it zest. We fry.
jour "dozg" , in. bacon i
. ' CARD OF THANKS . ! then !lplit them open, put tbe1'!1 <. ..,,:
,buns and POUl' the hot rare;:' :: ' _ ', --
at Old . River Park, . Dayton,
la t Friday evenin . '
York ' f F ' tcrs are guests' of
. th ' ir a.unt, Mr. J. C. HIsey, for
a days.
ne ,watchtl1/? these ,Zrt me,
' 11 of which . have ft.)pped
y c in nearby Ja I';:&.. r
l r , hould contribl.lte at
least a d.ime. , -;,
, 'm keeping in mind ,lhai
there are several contri-
butors with their nightl y quar-
.and . in orne just
plain "green"', s<? to all of you
kihd folks there IS no inference
being nlade i to you ethers, aU
I can ay is that quit'! a few
,l!"all1 s are till' scheduled ' but
the", can t be played if flin?., are
not on hand to pay umpire3;
etc. The Dayton Umpires
Association, whlCh nas ;,andlpd
1!he gamtes with' a ' l1ttlc! help
from ' Mijddlet'owp, has admit.
tedly done a spJendilii job all
sea on in rIa v l>l1
a basis. Its $9 fee' t0r' two
umDlres is not hi-gl) accordrng
to preset)t standards, .50 th f're -
Listings Wanted
Buyers , Waiting
Roy E. Smith
R. R. 2 WaY!1esviile
On State Rt. .!l8, \i; mi. North
, of Rt. , 73
Phone Centerville '056
. ,.'.' .; ':, -to' . i
' over jt nl1 . ,:)f, eouJ:se it's J We wish to 'ex re..l C'.:r
t
but 'Ya t e, ap our .buns i!1.a -' j 'grateful aJpreclation ' f r ,tll
" , j' have no " E': ;; ' cards and flora) contributl 11 .
Itl; , . 1. .. . ' d d r'ln
R
the 10 s of , You"\tc guessed it by n ' .... we recel:ve u
' a family that believes 'in r- .. , ur ,n and brot
,[comfort bence ,the pc' y Ri hards. We espeCIally WhlS,h
",we. work to thank Rev, Haley for ' IS
t. We . 2w' It and we a j . c nsoling; words and the Os-
ways use p'aper ld P neral H'ome for their ',we can use them wa,. u. , . '
them' away and not worrYI effiCIent erVlces. h F '}
... e. '. ,
T e amI y.
ALLoTMENTs THIS SEASON BE
ONE F.OURTH

OF LAST ,SEAsoN'S AMOUNTS
,
,'SEE YOUR NEARBST
Fairley Bdwe.
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PltONE 2441
WAYM:SV1LLI, ' OIDO
W.,.lIviIIe
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Mr. and Mr, J )1111 I( r
:lnd n, Charles, hav:.! returned
, ;Jf tl!l' ten days lit
Heffel, Mich.
If-I,a-rd-Fisted ' ,
in
. , SAIGOrN"
And CARTOON.

SUN.-MON,
J
6'
. F.:LUS: LITTLE BROWN JUG
Mr. and Mr:,. t e Conner and
. daughter w re <r ue ts of friends:
in Zane!'vilre / r everal days
Ja t week. '

GEO. O'BRIEN ' in
BORDER' . G-MAN
PLUS: 2nd Chap.' Serial.
a -
.CASH AWARD
I '"
ruES. ONLY
I,CAGED .FURY
' & SPORT .
"RIDING THE W/AVES"
COMING '
.1--8
IS ....... , ........ -..:.
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A FARM DIARY
by D .J. FRAIZER
August 20, 19'48. " Go
into the highways and the by.
ways ari d cOJnpel them to come
in." That is what the Wayside
Cathedral and the men of the
Church Army are to do.
Up and down the highways and
bywa.-ys of Warren Courtty they' '
have gone making a survey of
the cfiurch affiJiation of the
people. \ ,
Yesterday I was <;>ne of the
drivers. We staded .from house
to house. The student. that was
with me went to each house of
the people ana whether they
were members of any church
and if so which one. At some
homes we got a friendly ' recep-
tion and stopped to chat a while
before Jeaving the invitation to
attend the meeting at the
trailer. ,
One woman s,aid "I don't
want none, Bub. " Before she
even found out what it was.
Another woman burned the
papers quickly as if they might
be some form of witchcraft that
would her by
merely resting in her hand.
Others took them politely and a
few may even read them.
, ,The meeting at Lytle was

. rather small. Unfortunately the Soldiers,!' 1:ha1 most. of
b t t
h the tnew' It. The ftrst
people had to stand up u ey verse weill fine but the second
are now providing seats. Tues- verse was a little weak when a
d'ay night the meeting at train came by and no 'one could
Oregonia was bc!tter ' atte,nded tell whether we knew the words
and they had moved pews or not. ,
of tbe local church over III front Southern Ohio is full of
of the So' that th
7
re wer.e -churches but it is sad that in too
places to SIt. Seven 0 clock is many cases the churches are ndt
for farm people to . full of lPeople. show
their chor,es and attend a that about 53 'per cent of the
service, Betty an,d qlenna people 'in the United States are
along wIth Betty three ;connected with some church,
young:sters, and ' Glenna's one 1Jut how manv' of them have a
piled lO the 'car started (}lit. real working ever<yday '. relig.
Just as we got .well I ion?
heard the that ? Where the cathedral makes
I n.ever recogmze longer visits, the are able
whl.c
h
means ?l flat t!re. vye pull- to conduct Bible school and
ed mto a s dnve and other , meetings as well as hold
. to. our. great Jean and .a ' 'evening services. _ . _
fnend came out and changed It School will uoe
for us.' a blessing to have ing. Mpthers are getting out
good neighbors! It was late then school ' clothes and wondenng
but since .we had started we how they are going to let down
wen.f on. ,When we. got the this dress and whe.ther .Jimmy
.preacher ,:was, the can get this pair . of
'ext. WI{! hurrted the chIldren pants. Th'e kids are wondenng
out of the car and when we got . which (teacher they will have
to the seats, the' front pew was and pret.ending they are sorry to
the only one the go back but most of them are
,s,ermop w.as ?ver and .looking forward to it, if only
the fmal 'hymn, It was for ' a good game.of ball at re-
begmt,tlllg t? ge1 dark. We cess. If tbe children haven't had
to san.g . Onward Chnstaan their eyes' and teeth checked
- over, it ought to be done before
school starts. Beginners ought
to have their vaccinations now
to save theml from sore "arms
school starts. .
E. O. SCOTT
, Representing
Weatbeimer & Cc.. mpany ELECTRIC HAY D:RYER
the use of the electric hay dry-
er hay can be put in the 'barn'
while it is ' green with a
moisture tontent of up to .45 :0.
The large fan (36 to 48 m. an
diameter) driven by a ,5 h. P.
electric mptor, blows up to
20,000' cubic feet. of air up
through the hay. This picks up
the moisture from the hay and
keeps it cool at the same' time.
So far as it is known, no barn
has ever burned down from the
combustion of green hay when
an electric nay dryer has
in use. The moisture of the hay
will be lowered to less ,than
20% after ten days operation
of the. dryer. This IS considered '
a safe moisture content for
proper storage. '
, According to I. P. Blauser, Ex, .
tension agricultural engineer
of Ohio State University
, sis 'shows that hay cured
in ' the barn by an electric hay
dryer is one \ grade and class
better th.an the same hay dried
in ' the field. He also st,ates that
there is less loss of leaves and
green color. ' Blauser says ', the
cost of operation is largely the
tost of electric power , and' will
be from 50' cents to S 1 per ton
. to dry. .
It can easily be seen from
the above fIgures that an
electric hay dryer will pay for
itself in one to two years wh.en
it will increase the value (if the
the hay froll') $5 to "lO per
ton as feed at an operation
cost only Soc to $,1 per tc n.
THE MIAMI GAZETTE' PAGE.
- WAYNESVILLE, OHIO No. 4383
THURSDAY, AUGUST 28,
1
948
, Mrs. Alice Clar. k Sunday morn-
ing.
Miss Mary Boston left Sun-
day for a visJt with friends and
relatives in ' Pendteton, Ind.,
and Indianapolis.
Mrs. Charles James was a
dinner guest on Wednesday
'evening of Mrs. Leah Mills and,
on Friday evening her
were hen son, IWiInam Strouse,
and wife.
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Kersey
and two little daugHters of
Ph ill ips'burg, '0. called on their
aunt Miss Margaret Edwards
Sunday afternoon.
Mr. and M,rs. Irvin Dodson of
Indianapolis visited their aunt,
Miss Minnie Dodson, Thurs-
day afternoon.
-Miss Aludrey Eden of Kansas;
City called on Mrs. L. M. Hend-
erson Sunday.
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RAINBOW' COUNCIL
The Rainbow Advisory ,
Council met on Tuesday even.
ing at the home of Mr. and
'M!rs. Harold Wertz. Taxes and
their appropriation were di scuss:-
ed, and further plans were
made for the Columbus trip.
The Council adj ournect to
meet with Mr. and Mrs. Lon
Alford in .5.epteniber. Ice cream
and cak'e and fruit punch were
served;
Members New Slod IS REVOLUTIONIZING
Exchan,l.:'es and )tt1 cr FARMERS' METflIODS
- registered There have been many
---- - - -
. II " , WEST WAYNE COUNCIL
Jriend:J The Wes' \Mayne Anv; Dry
. ,
Investment Trult Share. changes on the farm in the last
. Sold - Quoted ten years but the . most rev-J:- Mr. and Mrs. George Swain
of Pendleton, Ind., and ' Miss
Marion LongshQre, of Lang-
horne, Pa. were guests of the
Phone Waynesville 2530 utionary change has been
,Dayton AD325'1 brought about py the
..... ---.......... -----.... . cation of ' a five h .. p. el ectriC
. Home during the Indiana Yearly
II-De FolWIt. Inv.ntor
radlo tub.. born. 187&.
Prescription
For Your Car
, .. ... _ ,
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1776. : - \ ( " -t.
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1' ' . 28-U. S. troop. land on
, Japon. 1945.
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* 2I-OJiver Wendell Holmes

3O-Fu'St NeQr08S amy. at
Jamestown, 1619,
g
:l1-Firet auto. PacifiC,"
ar 0 crosses U,S., 1903,
SEPTEMBER .
I-Chlld lolA., LaW passed.

..
1916. WWUPM"'"o
t... \
Use The Almanac To
Check The Weather
But Use
GAZETrE CLASSIF ILD
your car needs a tonic.
Is it U_!11[ too nmen . gas -
sl ow on the pick.up? Drive in
-we' ll diagnose the trouble and
prescribe accordingly . . ' . or
phone now; we'll pIck up and
deliver your
ADS
:Too Buy, sen, Rent"
. ,Loan, Borrow,
, ' Any Time 0' The Year
AMBUlAICE
PItOI
2111
KltR'S Garage '
ANY PROFESSION MUST
DEPEND upon the. final j.udge.
ment 'of 'those who, employ its
service. .
the bereaved ,families who :
have caJled us for many years
and continue' to do so, give
their entire . approval -- 'vol.
un tari1y. '.
OUR THANKS. TO ALL OF
THEM.
. motor and fan to the drying at
hay in the barn. - ,
, Hay 'has always been one (If
the'. farmer ' s mOSt valuable
crops, .and has been one of the
crop_s most often lost
of r.ainy weather. , No'M, With
I
Mrs. Olive Curl attended
Wilmington Yearly Meeting
fro,m. Monday ut1ti1 Wednesday.
Mr. and Mrs. M,ilton Sheehan
of Centerville, Ohio called on
LESLIE R. ROTHMAN
Lebanon,' Ohi.o ' R: R. 2
'Goodyear
(
Sh aepalr Seryle.
Invisible Half SOli.nr
. 'Orthopedic Corrections
Cork ExtenSions
Hear,. Hi. " MaeDer , _
-- .. rry . ,IDAN--PN. _OIDO
Council met on Frida y
at the home of Mr . . and Mrs.
Ernest Harlan, with Mr. H: L.
Rye leading the discu si( n f
"Taxes. " Nine -een member '
and one Mrs. Fred Pric .
hard . of Lewi ton, 111. , were
present. .
Foil winK adjournment fruit
salad, wafer ali d iced tea were
served .. - - ----
- - - -- - ---- ....
Mr. and Mr . C. Lee Hawke,
Mr. and Mrs. J ohn Fromm, J.
C. Hawke, Mr. and. Mr. Don
Hawke,- Mr. and Mrs., Clyde
Fr<1l11l11, Mr. and Mrs. , M. F.
Weltz and famil y and Mr. and
Mrs. Ronald Hawke attended the
ft1 nnll aJ Hawke r L1J1i on 0 11 Sun
day a.t the h IJl t' of Mr. and M r ::
Walter Larri k near Lebanon.
Mr, Hawke, Mr. Ronald Hawke
and Mrs. ' Melvin Banta were
agair1 elected to serve as pres '
ident, vice.president. and secre=

; Mr. and Mrs. Mack Davis alld
son left Sat.':lrday. pend a
few days With their son and
daughter-in-law; Mr. and
Mrs', . Charles Davis, in Al bu- '
,querqlle,. N, Mex.
THEIR SECURITY RESTS
. WITH YOV,
Yes, the education of your
children, their entire future wel-
fare, is yout responsibility. Dis-
charg.e it conscientio,usly and
EAlSIL Y by saving REGULAR.
LY. We are r'eady to-help you
now. Stop in I
I WaJlesviUe
.NatieUl.-- Buk_.
PAGE 1 , THE MIAMI GAZETT.
WAYNESVILLE, OHIO, No. 4l8S
THURSDAY, AUGUST 21, 1948
and Mrs. Harry
thwalte held "Open H"ouse"" on
Sunday afternoon and about
tOO friends and relatives called
, to congratulate them on their
25th wedding anniversary. Mrs.
Henry R. Satterthwaite, Mrs.
Ralph Satterthwaite and, Miss
Bonnie Satter,thwaite presided
at the tea table where punch,
cookies and candies were ser-

Mr. and Mrs. P. L. Reason
had as recent guests, Mr and
Mrs .. John Reason of Toledo.
AUCTIONEERING
j
STANLEY and
BROKERS L.CENSE
For D.t. .. Phone 28M. W.vn .. ville .
Ohio. Reverae Chara .. .
SMITH ELECTRIC SERVICE.
For that extra Receptacle
Or Anything Electrical
HoUle - Bam - Outbuilding8
CaJI Smlttr
NOTICE TO CONTRACTOR.
STATE OF OH,fO
DEPA,RTMENT OF HIGHWAYS
, ;
Columblll8, Ohio, August U, 1948
,Enllineer of Sal Legal Copy 48+12
UNIT PRICE CONT:flACT
Sealed proposals w111 be received at the otnce ' of .the St.8Ite Highway
Director or Ohio, at Columbus', Ohio until lO:OO A. 1M., Ohio
rime.
Tuesday, September 14, 1948; for improvements In:
8'9 9Alsn[;)U'I 9 01 t 'SON Sl'9sodo.IcI
projeot and will be awarded as one contraot.
, PROPOSAL No. 1
Clinton CouDJty, Ohio, on Section 7,93 (Part), State Route NQ. 35tl, In
Clark, Washington and Green 'by applying a bituminous
treatment, Hem T-31.
Pavement: Widlbh Hi feet.
Length 23,39004 feet or 4.43 miles,
PROPOSAL 'No.2 '
Clinton County. Ohio, ' o.n Section 6.00, State Route No. ' 1.33, In Marion
and Vern,on Townships j py applying a bltumtnous Item T-31.
PavemenJt: Wid,th 1'6 t-eet.
, Length 17,371.2 feet or 3.29 miles ..
. PROPOSAL No. 3
Warren County. Ohio, on Section 0.46, statEl Route No. In
-Townshlp, by applying a bituminous treatmenlt, Item T-81.
Pavement: Width 16 'feet.
Length 3,590.4 feet or 0.68 mile.
PR'OPOSAL 'No.4
warren Couruty, Ohio, on Sections 0.00<, 1.57. (3.O<S ButtervUle) and 3.59.
I '
State Rout IND. 1-32, In Harlan. and Washington Townships, by applylng,_
blrt:uminous trea1:lment, !tep} T-31. , ,
:Pav'emellJt: Wl1dth 18 feet, Length 55.598.4 teet.
18 , feet. Length 2.966.8 feet.
Total L ng,t h 58,555.2 f eet, or 11.09 miles,
, . PROPOSAL No.5 '
Clermont County, Ohio. on Sec.tlon 27.15 Route No. 132, in
Goshen To'wnshlp, by applying a Ibitumlnous tretltment, Item T-M.
- Pavement: Wfd.th 18 feet.
Length 6,072 fE-et or 1.115 miles.
To.tal estiMated cost .................. , ............ , .. .. .. ,. . . $1'6,658.33.
Proposa!ls NoC'. 1 to 5 incluRlve ('If thiR project to be omvteted not later
than 0 tnher 15. 1948. , '
' Mr. and Mrs. Ross Hartsock,
Mjss Jean Mr. .and '
Mrs. A. H. Earnhart and grand-
son, Glenn Earnhart, ,Mr. Alton
Earnnart, MI;'. and Mrs. Warren
Braddock and grand-daughter
called on Mr., Mrs. Gene Collett
of Arizona, at the home of Mrs:
R. D. Collett in New Burlington
Mrs. Winifred Hartsock and
son, David, arrived home Mon.
day after spending the sunimer
with'her son-in-l'aw and daughte..,
Mr. and' Mrs. Frank Hawke
in Illinois, Mrs. Hawke ana '
children accompanied Mrs.
Hartsock and will remair. until
Labor Day.
Sunday. .' ,
Something dos:g nery moment at this
big, clean, modern falr. Exhibits in
endless variety. Prize winning prod-
ucts of field, orcbard and garden. Live-
stack of finest breeding. The latest in
farm machinery. Housebold improve-
ments and deco(ations. Art, science,
health, educal:ion. Radio, television,
electronics. Music, plays, contests,
'games. Daily parades, excellent harness
races, a great borse show, mirthful
midway fun. Good , food and refresh-
ments. Sanitary .rest rooms. Come and
get your share of information, enter-
. tainment and thrills.
'HOMAS .I. HERID'
, Governor of OhIo
PRANK 'ARNSWORtH IDWIN J. IAnI
DIrector of ""rlculture State FaIr Monage'
'JArUI YOU'.'
80UND ro INIOY
Cattle, Sheep, Swln.,
Goot" Draft Hone,.
Poultry, Robblt., Cavl....
IOMllllon Dollar" Parade of ,
llv.,'ock.
e Act.. of 'arm Mochtnery.
New C.rtlfled S .. d
,e Dally, Tractor Parade.
JunIor FaIr - Ohio yoilH
actlvltle .
Slate D.p't Exhlblh-
Science, H.olth, Educatlor
Con,ervatlon, Hlghwoye
Crlm. O.t.cli on.
RadIo Show" Broadcall
Ie Band., Choral 'GrouP'
, Quartettu, Solol, Play.
t IT PAYS
0
"
TO IOV. RTISE, :1
, Tille minimum wage to be paid 'to all labor E'mnlnypd on this
Rhflll bl?' In accordan e with tfte "Schedule of Prevll11lne- HourIV' Wa.l"'9
Rail'S ,Ascertained and D termined by The Department of Re-
lation'!'! anpil cAlh14;l tQ D nartmpnt lmprnv<>m-en.tR In flC 01'<1- '
ance Sections 17-3, 17-4, 17-4a, 17-5 a.nd 11-580 ot the General Code
of Ohio."
ADMISSION: Adults SOc plu. Fed.rol tax. '
Children 25c. Fr , parking. opposite 17th
Avenu. entrance.
'Superb Grandstand $h.:
f r; ,,::. !Jb Jcay.
I
4
I
IN
Tills New/pIper
AND ALL
READ IV 104,607 OHIO FAMILIES i
WITH $10 _IUION DOLLARS!O SPEND
for locol or. Stat. Rot
VI.lt this 'New.pap.,
OR
Call, Wire or Write,
. our represe.ntatives
OHIO WEEKLIES, INC.
The bidder must submit with his bid a certified ch eck In an amount
equal to five per cent of .tlbe estlma.ted cost, but Itt no event more than
. ten thOusand dollars.
Plans and specifications on file i.n the department of hlghways
and the office of the resident district deputy director.
. The director reser,ves the right ,to reject any and all bids,
Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Elzey
and daughter, Marjorie of Day.
ton, spent with Mr.
and Mrs. Walter Elzey. '
EARL L. REEB
8tart:e High WRY Dlrec tor
;\\r, Al'fd M D. Hart
S(/ :' K ilnd so...:, 1 were Sunda'{
of Mr. and Mr,;. V'; P.
r;1 de rand s'ms in Da IIton.
-Public-Auction
SATURDAY, AU:CUST 28 .. 1948 - AT 1:30 P . M.
Oil: Route t 23 - About 14 Mile' East of 3-C,
Near Roachester
1946 W-C ALLIS CHALMERS
Equip,ment.
. UVESTOCK .
TRACTOR and Related
FARM MACHINERY
R. C. ' RUDE, MORROW, - R. R. 1 '.
NO GUESSWORK.

OUr .otor elperts ... '1 ... ,.. cai. bealtb. 'like ,0. OWl
Met.r, we lliapne tile Ir ............ repairs.
WE' ALSO HAve a)MPLBTB PACLITIIS ' RlR BLBCTRICAIl MC
WELDING AND 'CU1TING WBLoIN,G.;' "
, '
PAINT AND BODY \OR& ,, 'WHE:Ei.: 'ALIGraIEIn:
MOTOR' OVERHAULIRG
BRAKE RELINING ;;t '
NORm BROADWAY
PHONE 730
PRAllE STRAICIRBNING
MOTOR nmE-oP.
iDANoit
OPEN 11U. P. III
Plpnoatb

10 miles South of Xenia, 8 , miles .. North of Wilmington,
off of ROUTE 68, % mile East of LUMBERTON, on WICAL
ROAD, at 1 :00 O'CLOCK, P. M., on
/ SATURDAY; 4, 1948
ifhis Farm is improved,with 7-ROOM F,RAME HOUSH, Batb,
,'EnClosed, Back Porch, strictly MOPERN except furnace. In-
recently decorated. 42 ft. x 5'2 ft. Barn1 (.1ticken House,
Garage and Work Shop and all other necessary outbuildings.
under pressure in barn and feed lots. 70 Acres tillable,
32 Acres of good Blue .Grass with running water. All good
fences. Land in High State of Cultivation. Ideal Stock
Dairy Farm with plenty of shade. Will be offered with up ..
start bid of $167.00 per acre (a low starting price for such
a farm, eitheras,a home or as an investment.)
:rERMS-:10% of purchase price on' day of sale. Balance on
delivery of deed within 1, 5 days. December Taxes paid by
present Farm offered at 2 :00 o'clock P. M., Prompt.
Immediate ,Possession. , " .
FARMALL F-14 TRACfOR - On rubber, with Cultivator.
Oliver 12 inch breaking plow.
FARM IMPLEMENTS - M. & M 'Coln Planter, Fertilizer and
check-row horse drawn or tractor, has planted only 40 acres.
IHC Mower, go.od as new. Dunham Disc, good as new. 10.'
boe Superior Grain Drill. Wagon.
MISCELLANEOUS - Hog Feeder. Water fountain. Hog
,Troughs. New Electric Brooder, Soo-chicks size.
, feeders. t 2 rods of 4-inch Tile .. 12 rods of No.9 47-inch .
Fence. 20 rods ,of Hog' Fence Posts. 2 squares of Corl1lgated
Roofing. Shovels. Forks. Many Other Small Tools. , .
n:ED - Hay, in Mow. . .' . . .... I$ ' "
GUERNSEY COW with 3 rd Calf, by sk\e. ''f? ' '.
24 - HEAD OF SHEEP ... 24 ' .,;"
23 Black Face Montana 2 ,and 3 years o!d! R.am!.
,-,OUSEHOLD GOODS - Estate Oil Heater with Pan used
one winter. Hot Blast CO.at Heater, . used' one winter.
Estate Range. Sma:ll Perfection Heater. 3.piece Uviog Room ,
Suite. 2 Beds, complete. Day Bed. 2 Dressers. Wash Stand,
Writing Extension Table. Chairs .. Glass' ,Chum D
s
..... .,'
etc. ' . " . IONI .
TERMS ON CASH.
. ' . ' , PARMER STANLEY
JESS STANLEY & EARL KOOGLER. AuctiQoeers.
.(Waynesville Ph. 2894). (Dayton ph. KE.8819) ,
&. SIMS, Oerks. _ .
, .
CLASSIFIED AD RATES
, .
'0 PER WORD MINIMUM 25c
DON'T FORGET TO ' CALL
us for insurance. All types 'of
insurance a t a sa vings. Call
Francis Gene Brown, phone
Waynesville 2472 , or can
collect. \\ i1 mi,ngton 2111.
I SE;LL THE EARTH-
_ , ., -J--_ _
I F YOU ' HAVE ANYTHING
tn Rcal for sale, in
tOllch with en E. Cline. lic-
tms.ed .hroker. S ring Valley,
OhIO, Jt1 Estate Bu -iness
since 191 1. Experien tells.
try me an is-e.


rOR SALE-
FOR SALE - YeHow or white
sweet corn for cannin,g- -
1?e La val Cream Separator,
'lIke new . - 14-inch Grain
Bu,ster Hammer Mill ,-
Small Corn Shredder. Phone
2101 - E. L. Harlan
Waynesville. --:8i6 ,
- _ .----------
lONE ELECT OLUX Kerosene
Size 7. A-1 Conaition.
, 2441. -826
- ---- --
n A. C. Electric Washing '
Machme. In o'ood condition
rno.tor ,in good hape, good
wr mger. Tel. Dayton
'N\O-7.458. Near L tie on
. ' ILytle Road.
trictlv Fresh Eggs For Sale.
Irvin Mulford, Phone 2723.
-99
OOL . HI RTS Jumper, and
Raincoat. Size Junior 9.
,Phone 2099. ' -826
1ST A TE 'H EA T'ROLA. Fuel Oil
, Stove wit-h tubing- and drum.
gee ' Pat Hopkins, Route 1.
, ' -92
cCormick-Deering Corn Bin-
der. Phone Centerville 7590.
, -99
iU PE ' TOMATOES. Walter
Dakin, Route
1.. -92
--- - ------...,.......::.-.---
l\t.J\NTED-
ILOERL Y LA1DY ,t o be com-
panion for " another elderly
Hidy.. Phone Spring Valley
3-734L , -8'26
'fARM EQUIPMENT
We can give you , prom'IJt, ef-
fident service on your JOHN
DEERE Farm Equipment.
Stop in fot estimate. large
Stock of Genuine, John Deere
=i
lebanon" Ohio Phone 555'
OUDEN BARN EQUIPMENT
A Y TRACKS &, CARRIERS
'TALKS and STANCHIONS
LITTER CARRIERS
WATER BOWLS '
$fEEL , WINDOWS
BARNDOOR TRACK
,(jUTTER DRAINS
. Available For
Free Batn Planning 'Service
ORDINANCE No. 201
An OrdInance providing tor the
issue and sa.le ot bDnds a.nd/or
notes of the Village o! Wa.ynesville
for the purpose of extendlng,
lalWi08, arid improving Water Worka
tacl11t1es to the extent tlbat the 'in-
come from such wa.ter works is
sufticient to cover the coat 9f all
operating expenses, and interest
charges on such bonds and/or notes,
and to provide a sufficient amount
,for retirement or sinking fJUnd to
retire such bonds as they become
due. '
Wlhereas the wells furnLsbing wa-
ter to ,the of
have been and wibereas
, it is necessary that runds be provid-
ed immediately In order to meet
the reqillrements of .the
Village of Waynesville, OhiO, for
impt'ovlng its water supply
the immediate preserva;t1on of the
j)ubJic peace, property, 'health and
safety; "
VVlnereas, this counC!1 has request-
ed the Village Clerk to issue his
c rUficate as 'to the estimated Ilte
of the improvement to be construct-
ed from !the proceeds of the bonds
h,ereinafter referred to and of the
if any, to 'De tssued in, anti-
Cipation of the Issuance of said
bonds, and as to the maximum
maturity of such . bonds and/t>r
notes;, and the Village Clerk !has
certifIed to ,this Oouncn su<!h esti-
mated Ufe as exceeding five (6)
years and has further certified the
maximum maturity ot auen bonds as
fOrty (40) years and of such notes
as two (2) years.
Now. therefore. be it, by
t.he . OounCiI of , the ' VlllSBe of
Waynesvllle, State of Ohio,
,Section 1. That the necessity be
and is hereby declared of Issuing
and sell1ng bonds ot the Vlllage ot
Waynesville pursuant io the genera..
laws ' of Sta.te : of Ohio In the
prlnclpaJ amo,unt of not more than
$5,800.00 In order to provide a fund
for the purpose- ot Improving ' Ita
water, supply by extending the water
mains to attach to the new sources '
of supply, constructlDlg facllWes
to onto lIuch wells. e,rectlng
shelter for said, pumps, fb:- "
and and for aU'
other expenses In connection there-
wtth, Including the COllts ot pre-
<llminary surveY's an4 the printtne
and publishing of the notices, resol-
, uUons , and ordlnanees requirild ,In- ,
oldeni thereto: and to provide a
fund tor the of not to
exceed one year's Interest on said
bonds. all belD.&' for the use and
benefit of the V11la8e. includ-
ing all ,of Us inhablta:nta.
,Sectlon 2. Th8lt Bald bonds of
VUlap of Waynesville ahall be 18-
sued In said priJ,lclPai sum not ez-
ceedlng $6,800.00 :ror the purpose a-
foresaid. Said ,bOnds shall be of the
denomtnatlon of $600.00 and shall be
Issued In: one lot and 8O,d pursUant
to -general laW8 and ConeUtution
of the of Ohio, particularly '
the Un.1!orm Bond Act of the Gen-
eral Code; ' shall bear at
the rate of not more than four (4)
per centum per paYlElble
s emi-annually on the! first day of
January and the tlrs't day of July
In year ut:lUl ' the prln'clpal
sum Is, pa.ld, and mawre ac-
cording' to law In annual ,install-
ments atter th&lr Issuanc.: Provid-
ed, however, that If bids re-
cejved and the are awarded
llased upon a lower r1lJte of intelleSt
than hereinbefore such
bonds shall l;)ear such rate of In-
terest as may be sp1eci1'ied In the
r.esolutlon of. this Council approving
the award thereof. Salld 1>0nds shall
'be ome due and paya'ble senally,
$500.()O on September 1st In each of
th years from 1960 to 1961, bot"
in lusive, the last bond to 'mJl.ture,
ho wever, to be in prlnoipal a-
m unt of $300.00. The principal and
interest of 8.11 of said bonds shaH
be . at the or' The
Wa.ynesvUle !Bank In the Village of
Waynesville, State M Ohio:
That said bonds shall express 'Up-
on t heir fSice the purpose for whlc.h
,they are, issued; thaJt they are Is-
sued In pursuance of this ordlnaTlCe,
and shall !be signed , by the ' Mayor
and Vlllage Clerk, ami' sealed with
the corpora t e sen.l of said Vllbige.
Said bonds shall I bear
such consecutive numbers as , the
V1llage Olerk hall de;termine. Said
ibonds shall be Water
Works BlOnds - 1948,"
Section 3. Thrat the pro'ceeds from
the sale of sadd 'bonds, except the
premium and accrued Interest there-
on, shall be place,cr In !the Treaaury-
to the of, the Works'
Extension and 'Fund.
Section 4. That if it Is necessary,
this Council
l
hereby that
Dotes shall be Issued .In antlclpatlon
.of the Issue of said bonds.
,Section 5. Thrut such anticipatory
notes' l:n th-e-amOt:tJtt-1,t not e%eeed
lng $5,800.00, the amoUllJt of the bond
issue, shall , ,be issued, bearing in-
tel'est not to exceed the ralte of
tive (5) .per "Centum \ per annum,
pawable at maturity semi-an-
,llUally). Such notes slilall be dated
August 16, 1948, 8)nd shaU mature
on 16. 1950 (plrotVlded, how-
ever, that such notes shall be 1'8-
deemalble at any Intorest , period).
SuCh no.tes sball be executed and
del1vered in such nurq.ber and lIuch
denominlations as may be requested '
by the puichaser of: Such notes.
Such notes sh&11 J:>e es:ecute4 by the
Mayor. and Village Cllerlt' and lre;ar
the seal of the Corl)Oration. S41d
notes shall !be dellligllated "Wa.ter ,
Worka Improvement ]N'ot_, - 1948."
Said notes 1Ih&11 be payable &t the
Office" of the 'WayneBYtlle
Bank. TlJe,. shall expro811 upon their
face the purpose, for' wbicb 'the,.
ate iseued and that ,they are laaued
,pursuant to til.. ordillahce.
Seot1on 6. Said bondlil and/pr DOte.
shall be tlrst tlle BlnJWlg
Fund Ttustees (or tbl& offlcer h&v-
lng charge of ,the Retirement
Fund) ot . the VlDage, and so many
of the eame &:8 ahan not be taken b7
aaid Trusteell (officer) shall be 11014
,by the Village Clerk In the maDner ,
'Call us tor estimate at no obli .. ' \
,gation.
HONES','7-&O; COWS '8-
S0
; HOGS" '2 . ewb,
TO SIZE cONDrrtOft .
,BANTA IMPLIMINT Co,
.......,.., Ohio ...... 165
" '
wish to thank our friends
2nd neighborS for their cards
and sympathy following the
IItcent loss of our daughfer.
Mr. and Mrs. John Mercer .
. - -826
, E. G. Buchsleb, Inc.
by law, Ib'u,t for not les9
than' par and Interest; and
the' from such sale, except
as aforesaid, sball be paid into the
fund. aale a4ver-
tisement shaLl sta.te Ithat anyone de-
Siring to do so may pr.esent a 'bid
or bids ,itOI' such 'bonds based upon
theIr 'bearing a different rate ot
interest tban the maximum herein-
before fixed, provIded, however,
that fI1a.cUona'}. Il1Iterest rates
be one-quarter of ODe per centum,
or multlple tbereof. The amount ,
of the bond ,or certified checli to
accompariy bids shall be ,one per
' ceOltum (1%) 01' the amount of
bonds to be 801d.
Sectton 7. That th,ere shall be
set aside aJlnua.lly from the In-,
come or the Water 'Wiorks a sum
suffiCient to PIlLY tale i'lllterest on a-
for and/or notes, and
to retlre ai;oresald Ibonds as they
respeotlvely fall due al!l speCified. in
t his ordinnnce. ,
ecli,on 8. That for Ithe purpose
of providing, the, necessary funds to
pay the interest promptly and to
di charge t he said bonds and/lOr
notes Rlt mat,ul'ity, there sha,l1 be
levied on all the tauble property In
said VlHage. in add'ltlollt to all other
, taxes, ' a. . direct tax .annuafIy , during
tlle, for aid bonds ar\i
to run, which tax: shall be not less
than the Interest' ,an4 sinking fund
tax required !by Section 11, Art.
XLI, of the Constitution of Ohio.
That all funds derived from said'
tax levies hereby requll'ed shaLl be
placed In a separate and distinct
fund, which, ' together with all ' In-
terest collected on the same, sball
be pleC:tK'ed 'for !the pay- .
ment of the Interest, principal
of Slttel bonds and/or notes when '
'and as the same shallifall due. '
!ProvIded, , however, that during
eaGD of said years when the surplus
e,arnlngs of the Water W.orks 'of
e.a.1d Village, are sufflclenrt:, and a
portion ther!30f is set aside for the
purpose of meeUng lthelntereat
'charges upon these bonds &lld re-
fIlueh ot them B.8 mature dur-
ing such year, then 'the tax levy for
,SUM year as required by tbls aec-
DEAD STOCK'
COWS
HORSES
HOGS
$8.60
7.60,
2.25 eWt.
Accor ". to Size Condition
Also, All SMALL STOCK
REMOVED PROMP11. Y
'Phone - ,-
XENIA WILi'.flNG1'ON
1712.. 2362
Char ... '
. .
THE' MIAMI GAZETTE PAGa 8
WAYNESVILLE" OHIO ' No. 4381
THUFlSDAV, ' AUqUST 21, 1948
tion, shall b, reduced accordlnslr,
or be eliminated enUrely In calle aut-
ficient .funds from such income are
avallable and set aside for that
purpose.
, Section 9'. That the VUlNe Clerk
be an4 here'by la directed to
a , copy of this ordinance to the
of Warren dOU'lty, Ohio.
Section 10. For the reasons stated
In . the preamble, thia ordl'I18llCe 18
declared to ,be an emergency, mea.-
sure and sbaJl become
lmmedlately upon Hs
,Passed by Counell, August a.
1948.
Signed by the Mayor, August u.
1948. "
H. M.
Mayor ot , the Village of
waynesville, Ohio.
Attest: CHARLES JAMES
Clerk of the Oouncll
N'ORR.'8 B,ROCK COMPANY
Cinoinnati Union StOCk Yard.
Live Wire and Ptogre ive. An
oraanization second .10 non
Strictly lIe". on the beet
all around market In the '
country.
SIEBVICE THAT SATISFIE$
WHIO, Dayton 12: 60 E. 'S. T.
Dial , U.O W'l.."W Cincinnati '
12: 40. nfal 700. for Our Da:1Iy
Market Repor.&..
100 PER CENT 100
. .
FARMER -OWNED
For
Grectter Safet
v
, of Farm Owner-
. ship ,
Fillance with a Land Bank LOan
. LONG TERMS
LOW INTEREST
REPAYMENT
LOAN ASSOCIATION
Rocm SOld Baak Bldg.
II ' S_ Broadway ,
LEBANON, OHIO Phone 488
Ellis H. StunD," Sec'y-Treu.,
LEBANON ,NATIONAL FARM
Armitage &'Son
-uNo .... GiA ,
DRIVES
TAR .... ROAD OIL
LAWN aad FILL DIRT
READY-MIX COJICRETE ,
, ,
EXCAVATING .. d 'DUIIP SERVICE
By Smitty
The Miami Varied Events Slated
"Ii 'A ZEIT E: ArFattFes,tival'Here
SERVING WAYNEiSVILLE SINCE 1_
No. 4384 FIVE C'ENTS A COIPY
,
20 Teachers Given
The Freedom Train will be
j n Dayton next Tuesday for,
' what thea.tre people wo'uld call
a "one-day stand." From 1,,)
A. M. to 10 P. M., resljents
, of' .this part of Qbio may see
the three carloads of docu-
ments' that , made America, free
or: . helped keep it that way.
who miss It then can
catch it at Spri ngfield the fol-
lewin.1t d,ay.
The Little Mia'mi Pall Fes-
tival, to be held in .waynesville
Oct. 1 2 to 16, will include
varied features as a street dance
WAVNl!SVILLE; OHIO SEPTEMBER 2" 1948 Class Ass'.-onments old . fiddlers' contest, amateur
-r' 0- shew, barbershop quartet con ..
H A th W
- - 'C t' K-dd- , ' cert, school bands' contest, and.
ere
re e IOmg u e lies With approximately 575 pu- corn husking contest in addition
" I '" pils expected to be enrolled
to the 30 carnival concessions
.
The train is now nearing
end oJ il s nati onwide tOUI after
more tI1an a yea.r d , 'visit!ng
major cities for a day or two
at a t ;nl ;;. it
it ,s a traffic.stopper.
When ,the train was at
Dover; Del., last year, I stood
in line for mOre than thr,ee
bours under an October sun
to see ,the exhibi.t. The double '
was several blocks, long,
and 1 rngress was slow because
n'o one moved very fast inside
the tnrin. ' Dozens of
from a wide area
out hundreds of in
a holiday mood. Balluoh ven-
ders' had a field day and the
rrtevitable lost balloons soared
into t"e , "
, . Behind tjle gaiety of the oc-
casion was a solemn note of
awe and , apprecia.tLon ,- for
the liberties ' that the train re-
presents and for tbe lives that
had been , dev9te.i to their
.ll :;e.
I f. you can p')'),;ibly arrange
to U;e 127 , ducuments on
the Freedom " Tr;lm, by all.
r. .(.CiT}S so.
.....
The delicate task of
out the "Cutest Kiddi:!" fr.Jm
the photos taken ' recently' at
tli Grange.'Hall has been com-
pleted by three ' impartial .J ud-

The winner is 2o-month-old
Howard Storer, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Donald Stn rer of Waynes-
v il l ,' , ' H e is in til! up per left
. q,el of the abc,\"! series of ,
J:. jc lllrf$.
Second Prize went to , 7-
m" . Ryerson
(ufpper center), daughter of
Mr. and' Mrs. J. R. I(yerson of
Route I,. Third prize went to
Christy Dalton, (lower 1,eft).
2%, year. old daughter of M.r.
and Mrs. H. H. Dalton. Fourth
was 2 * -: year -01d . Kenneth
Croll, (lower centet.) son 'of
Mrs. Alice Croll of Third St..
Others in the ,above set are
Irma Jean Tibbals (upper
right) 151 months,
Sheila 22 months,
both9f .'
when school starts at 1. P. M.. and four rides of the Hoosier
next Tuesday, the Waynesville State Shows.
are starting out with a The committee' arranging the
full complement of. teachers. affair, headed by .,H. Stubbs,
Supt. K. M. Retallick re- also has announced that
lea d th,e fbll w'jog- of g-rand 'of the, festival will
cult,x thiS week . , be a Crosley automobile to be
FI.r t .. M'T. Florence given away at 11 P ' M. Satur-
Ha tmg: and s Joyc foote. , day, OCt. .16.' .
ec nd rade, Mr . Qla Ker- . Meanwhile a sut) _ committee
seJ:..., , is working- out a' schedule of
. rh.lrd a.nd , cla ses and prizes for exhibits '
pn,nclpal, MIs Vlrg'I!lla Hardm. of farm pr auce, cookery and
. and thl,rd needle\ ark. Arlan 'ements are
,combmed, Mr. LuclI,le xpected to be mad to hold
Grade, Mr. Mildred the e di 'plays In th Grange .
hee.han. , . ' Hall. ,
Fifth Grade, MISS Dorothy "Als a cbmmunity enterprise,
Day.. the Little Miami Fall Festival
. Fourth. a..nd, fl,fth c m_ will be as successful as you and
MI " ElSie Weltz. . . . I and all the, people in this area
SI.xth grade, at ld bUllOll1g, want t make it,' said an
Charles McKnight. . ' enthu in tic committeeman.
, SIxth grade at high chool _
building, Mrs. Thelma Elzey.
SeVenth and eighth -grade,
Charles James. '
HIGH SCHOOL:
CARL L. DUKE
Mrs. Edith Lukens, Home
economics. i Carl L. Duke,' 71, died at
Miss Florence Foxbower, his home in Brandenton, Fla.,
commercial ,subjects. on Wednesday, Aug. 25. f .. n.
Ray Harper, ' science and eral serVices were held, at the
mathematics. . ' M,cClure Funeral H.ome
Miss Mt\ry Margaret Ander- dav afternoon with Rev. R. B.
son, ,English. _ . . offiCiating. Burial was
ItI Mra'Jlu Cemetery;-'-'--
In the mail comes
of those "definition" gag?:
A c.l, mmunist ::, a guy w;,o
pa , es a rich man's estate and
'mutters, man should haye
so much." A capitalist is a guy
'", Jlu I the' .. - c.;ttlte :l'd
says, "Someday I'll ', 'have a
Chest X .. Rays to Be" Offered at . Fair
' . I" --
Eng-, ' Mr. Duke lived the firsi 66
Mrs. Carolyn ' Retallick, years of bi life n his , farm
. d h' t 0!1 Route "73 we t of Wa
sCience an IS ory. . Ville. He was an 'orcll'al'Ll' 'and
,\ -; B. ' CI abbe; - "9cational
p1ace likf. that. " .
letters are one
of the ,causes of editorial gray
hairs -in every city:' Once, III a
while the proverbial Mfss Am,
Y. Mous ,has something inter- . '.
esting' to say. But it just isn't
sound policy, to prin( anx m,at-
erial wilen Its writer isn t will-
ing to back it up with his
name.
My latest sp.ecimen ,is a letter'
oObjecfing to - that
appeared in ' the Da.Yton Herald
recently . . It is in a chilcf-
ish "Tile Citizens ' of
, Harveysburg." 'If, he, she, or
they will ideptify himself, her:.
self, or themselves, this.' paper
, could print portions or let-
ter.
I
The ' Ohio De,pt. of Publie
,Health Division of Tuberculosis
is , to' the', Warren Co.
week of Sept. 20, a MO
r
bile X-Ray Unit. The X-Ray
Service will be' free and avaiI-
,able t.o the public _ each day
10-12 :30; '
evenmgs 6 :30-8.
individual 15 years or
over, IS encouraged' to take
vantage of opportunity to
agriculture and shop. " landscape man.
Edwll1 Porter, physical ed- . He survived by hi " wife,
uca.tion and coach. Ethyl; tw ,sons, Paul of Trov
Doh Gahris, musiC. and Robert of IndIanapolis; a
K M R t II k daughter, Mrs. H len Nash 0f E.t.
dent: . e a , ic ,superinten- Worth, Tex. 2 sisters Mrs. Nellie
Hinkle of Leba'twn and Mrs.
Alice TriCkey of near
ville, and three grandchildren. ,
Primitive
T H Id M ESS,E, CRAY
o 0 ' eeting Mr . , Essie Gray, 84, a life-
, The 15 "'th annual' sessl'on of of Har,veysuurg,
v dIed Fnday ,nlglit at the home
, the Miami Primitive Baptist of her M.rs.
, Association, will held at Mid- Kathleen Beck" in Daywn,.
....". ... . I . is .survived 'by a son,
'no disrobing"just a few minutes 4 miles of aellbroo on the Charles of Xenia; a brother,
of your time; Reports are con- Waynesville. Bellbrook' road at R6bert M100ney of' Lebanon;
, fidential and aremailedtoyour .10:30 .a .. Sept. ' 1'0. ,three grandchildren in addition.
. hom'e 'acldl.'essj also a co{'y is A basket dinner at noon will be to Mrs. Beck. and six great-
sent to your family foHowed by. afternoon, services. grandchildren. '
, This survey is a part of the Supper' and evening services Funeral services were held
case finding program be- will be, held a.t the B'ellbrook Mon'day afternoon at Harveys-
" mg conducted by ' the State ' schoolhouse. . burg Friends C1lUrch,' followed
Health Dept. in cooper.ation Morning, afternoon, , and by burial in MidclJe, Run Ceme-
with the Warren Co,unty evening sefvices will be held tery. Anangemerits' were in
Dept. tne , Warren Co. Tu,.. on Safurday. Sunday- services charge of A. H. Stubbs.
. berculosis and Health Associa- will start at 9 :30 a. Elder
tjon. . D. B. Oliver or Hamilton will LICENSES ' ' Three taken to, a X-ray. There is
hospitals th'lS mornmg as 'a no mconvemence whatsoever,
of a on
Route 122' a quarter mile west M:' Ch .
'be moderator and Clarence CO ON SAl.E SEPT. ' 7
Derrickson Glerk.
ihe Mliddlerun church was Drivers' and chauffeur's lie-
of ,inyolvit,lg and Sa
a Mercury .and 0 A M '-'memb Kd' t'h'
1935 Cnevrolet. , '" f '1' . I . . an elr
Thomas Baird of Middletown amlles wll pICRIC at. Chautau.
was driving his Mercury on", on SU,nday eV,e.,mg, Sept-
Route i 221 which had a f-resh ember 5, at. 6 0 clock.
I
, Mr. and Mr . Fred Grauman
were , t Marysville oil
Fridcly by' the ' death of the
mer's mother and for her fUID-
eral services on. Tuesday. M:rs.
Grauman was 82 years of age
and had suffered a ' fraetur,ed
hip.
Robert ' Miss Ann Weltz, daughter of
of ,was Maynard F Welt ' 5th ,0.. N tb
to ' tum from Township Road a.
when the crash occurt,ed. St., Waynesville, been Loyd Davis 'and son Cecil
'I ' Baird's wife ' and young fermed l?y W .. F . . Blttlkofer,.dJ- , M. Davis, enjoyed at
daughter, suffered cuts and were at C.Pltal Lake St. Marys o'n . Menday. '
taken to Lebanon and tllen to Columbus, Ohio, ' ' . i
a Mjddletown hospital. Mr. Crew that sbe has beep accepted, for . Mrs:. John Treadway IS se!-
was taken to McClelland Hospi. the fall te,nn whicti. opens on , 1Ously 1I1 at her ,home ,on MalO
tal jn Xepia by the 'McClure '1'3. Weltz t is , ?treet.
He 'ras not believed fel.nerldollolnrgmusas.ca freShman in the READ GAZE:TTE
to .be lOJU-re.d senously. . I CI ... lfied
organized July t 799,. 'Elder enses for 1949 Will go ,on sale '
Joseph Moor.e of Daytdn is at 9 a. m. Tuesday, Sept, 1.,
pastor:. Services ate held the at Garage, lot was an-
third Sunday of each mon.th at this week , ,by Phebe
t'0:30 'A. M. and 1 :30 P. M. , ,. deputy registrar. , Tha
i948 driver's licenses, which
expire must be ,pre,
at the tigle Qf , ap,plica-
bon. Each for a
permit muSt also
present ,a photo inches

Word ,has been reeeived ,here
by the friends of Mrs." F. R.
M'oomaw, ' former resident, now
of Chi1licothe, that'slte has been
removed to' the hospial and that
condition 'has oecome very '
serrous.
i
Frank E. Thomas spent Sun-
day with Mr. and Mrs. Lowell
Thomas at thetr Cottage at St-
Mary's. I
'.
/"
b
sqqare. ' taken .witbin 30 : Clays
efore his application. '
Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Moler
had guest for. the past
week: their daughter,' MrS. J.
e. Riker of Mich.
The Miami Gazette
8STABLISBBO ' ,.ao.
Publisned Every
At Wayne.ville, Ohio
CARL G: SMITH, Edjtor
Entered a. second cia matter at the P.st OHio. '
SUBSCRIPTION RATE: -
,1.50 a in Advanc.
Events Coming Up

(To have events in this calendar, notify The Miami Gazette
before 4 p. m. Tuesdays.) .
. FRIDAY, SEPT. 3
Town Council monthly meeting, 7:30 P. M.
SATURDAY, 4 '
Farmers Grange No. 13
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GO to church!
SUNDAY, SEPT. S

. Labor Day.
MONDAY, SEPT. 6

r.
Eastern ' Star and Masonic picnic, 6 P. M.
School Board's regular meeting, 8 P. M.
Softball, Bellbrook vs.' Fairley's, 8 P. M.
Boy Scout Troop 40 at 7 :15 . P. M.
- , . TUESDAY, SEPT. 7
School begms at 1 P. M. Buses start at 12 .
'T,in in Dayton, 10 A. M. to 10' P. M.
. WEDNESDAY"SEPT. 8
Softball, Legion vs. Miller's, 8 P. M.
. . THURSDAY, SEPT. 9
Softhall, Spring Valley vs. Kier's, 8 P. M:
METHODIST CHURCH
. R. B. Coleman, Minister
Church Sehool 9 :30 a.m.
J. J. Burske, Supt.
Worship and Sermon .
10:30 a,m.
Music
ST. MARY'S EPISCOPAL
Samuel N. Keys, Minister -
Morning Prayer 10:30 a.m.
FRIENDS
First Day 9 :30 a.m.
Meetin2' for Worshi'p
. 10 :30' a.m.
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WAYNESVILLE
OF CHRIST
M. H. Coffey, Minister '
Bible School 9 :30 a.m.
Morning Worship '10:30 A. M.
0 Pea Ie's Meeting
. . , 1:t S P. M.
r..-,enin2' Service 8 P. M.
. ,
' -
' .. AUGUSTINE
Father 'Priest '
Masses ' 8 and 10 A. M.
MT. HOLLY MEnlODIST
T. M. Scarff, Minister
Sunday School 9 :30 a.m.
E.A. Earnhart, Supt .
Worship Service 10:30 a.m.
. lIel) iog Service 7 :30 p.m.
CAESARS CREEK FRIENDS
Rev. David Stanfield, Minister
Sunday School to a.m.
Worsliip . Service , 1 t a.m.
UTICA E. U. '8. CHURCH
kev, William Shannon .
Sunday School 9 :30 a.m.
Mrs. J ames' Garrison, Supt
Preaching 1st and 3rd Sundays
each month 10t30 a.m.
Evening ,Services , 7:30p.m.
I VTLE METHODIST
',_
. Qr. Joseph Minister
S,undav School 9 :30 a.m.
Mrs. Ruth Saylor, Supl '
Worship Service 10:3 0
FERRY CHURCH OF CHRIST
Byron Carver, Minister
' Bible bchooJ ' 9:30a.m.
Morning Worship 10 :30 a.m.
Prayer . 7 :00 p.m
Young People s Meeting
. 7 :00 p.m.
Evening Services 7 :30 p.m.
t

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r
j
Famlli e belonging to the fOl!nd two
SOCiety of Friends (Quakers), ministers In this area.
totaled 62. ., These are the I?astors of the
Thirty six families belonged and I?plscopal church_
to the Episcopal Church. 35 to 7s 10 Waynesville. Tbe remain-
the Baptist church, 33 to -the mg 11. churches- are. served by
Presbyterian, 33 , to the Roman non-resident, part.time semi
Catholic, 16 . to the United retired, or student, pastors
Brethren ohurch and 15 to the These i.nclude three Methodist;
Church of God. WElf-:l= . 'fl. ends, ,two Baptist, . two
Ten other Christian: den om- 0f Christ, one Roman
inations, numbering only a scat. ' Cathohc, one Church "of God
tering adherents, were reported one Presbyterian,
by the survey. . United . .
CHURCHES "IN BAD WAY" The survey report, issued by
The surveyors found ' the Capt. Prior and Mr. Keys re-'
strictly . rural churChes "in a (wmmentYett a "Thorough' pro-
pretty bad way," Mr. Keys said gram of modermzation and re
The buildings of most were
4, run dow-n" cQndititon and bad
11" in .need 'of repairs and mod:
erpization, -he reported. ' But.
, he' said, thdr congrega.
tlons need the services of a
full-time trained minister.
. "Sunday isn't the only day
Church fie Sald.
THK MfAMI GAZETTE .. AGEl
WAYNESVILLE, OHIO No. ...
THU'RSDAY, SEPTEMBER 2, 1948
11 - IF 2J
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habilitation" of rural churches
In the area. It commented:
"While most of the churches
in this vicinity are very weak
and ' units of their de
nominatIon. it is difficult to un:
derstand why the people wha
make up these congregations d<1
not try to do something a
bout it. : . . I
. ''The Church is a home for
new converts. It should be or
ganized to take care of its spirit.
u'al children, and not leave them
homeless and motherless." . -
. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Shutts
and children and Mr. and Mrs.
William Hesey and son spent
the ' past several days with Miss
Marie Shutts at her srimmer
home at Petosky, Mich. Little
Ellen Marie Shutts r.emained
her aunt until the opening
of school. , ,
Mr. and Mrs. Harold B. Earn
hart and family and ,Mr.
Mrs. Ray Conner and daughter '
attended. the' Frigidaire - outing
at Lakeside ' Saturday evening.
, '.
SMITH ELECfRIC SERVICE
For that extra Receptacle
Or Anytliing Electrical
House - Sam -:- Outbuilctinp
.Call
AUCTI.ONEERING : .
STANLEY and KOoci.ER
BROKERS l.tCENSE .
For Date .. Phone 28M. Wavneaville
Ohlo . . Rever-M Chal'aM
The need of a is con .. .
stant. The phYSical condition
of many of the country church.'
es, well as the. spiritual con. '
dition of their congregations
demonstra tes this." . . ,
The cost of the funerals we conduct is '
gulated . by o( those
STUBBS Funera]
TELEPHONE 22zll .. O_
. Church Survey. Report: It's Not Good .
/ '
. This and \ts ,surround.
ing farm can't be called
a solidly church-going communi.
ty. -
This was reported by the Rev.
Samuel N. Keys, pastor of st.
Mary's Episcopal Chur.ch; who,
witli Capt: John Priot of the
Episcopal Church Army,
completed a survey of more
than half of the families in the
. 80' square - mile area in
northern Warren and. southern
Gteene .
Families by a four.
man suryey .. team . I;lumbered
668, contallimg '. more than
2,500 persons. Of these, 164
f;lmilies reported they had no
religious affiliation. Most of
these said they never had been
asked to join an'y of the 13
churches in the area. Many had
, ,
been approached ' "once or
twice" t but hadn't gotten ' a
round to visiting .a church.
Mr. Keys said there was one
outstanding fact about them:
Their number is greater than
that of al)Y single Christian de.
nominath.>n in the area. They
co,mprise 24.5 per cent of the
population, accordlnJ;': to the sur-
vey.
- .
METHODISTS .
Amqng the religious denom
inations of this community, the
Methodist ' church. has the most
adherents, the survey indlcated.
. Families of this faith numbered
152, representing 22.7 per cent
of those surveyed.
Next largest group found
were members of the Church of
Christ, numbering 69 families.
1I0URS:
9-tl each morni.nl'
-S aftemoa:nsexce,t
Wednesday , ' .
'. "1-9 Saturday evenioK
otber evenings by
Appointment
TELEPHONE 62-R
Dr e C. E. Wilkin
Bye .SpeeiaIJII
26 South Debolt Itn.
XENIA, OHIO
'SCHOOL
. .
In the best tooklng clothes
In any classl Thafs hoW'
you want your .YQUDg
. scholars 'dressed thIS 'Sea,-
, n.. m ke us your back
to- ch I for
ttl kl1 Giv,
t
'AGE a THE MIIAMI GAZETTE
WAYlt-IESVILLE, OHIO No. ,4384
.THUoRSDAY., SEPTEMBER 2, 1948,
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LIV&Q IN CATTll:
I Uuc!e Sam
AS NOW CDNTI20LLED
MARY HOlliNGSWORTH
\VEDS DALE RIDINGER
Miss Mar}:, at)d '
Rldll1ger were unifed'
In marnafe at the Wa ynesvitle
Church a Clirist.' Saturday eve-
ning at 7 :30. ' , '
Invitations have been receiv
ed here bY- friends and relatives
to the wedding or Miss Suzanne
Gest, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Jefferson L. Gest, Columbus to
Mr. Robert L. Earnhart, son of
Mr. and Mrs. Ernest ' Earnhart,
near Mt. Holly, on Saturdav,
September 11, at ,the King' A;ye-
nue Mehodist Church in Colum.
bus. '
The bride, who entered on
arm of her father, ' was
tu'ed m a street ,length dress of
powder blue with an o'rchard
cor' age. Her matron of hon-
or was Mr", "Vade Ellis in a ' Mr; Earnhart is a graduate
g0\.Vn of gray sati'n carrying of Waynesville High Sch' 01
whIte r se buds, They were s,erved in the armed forces over-
met a! the altar by the groom attended Ohio
an9 hI onl y' attendant; Wade ' I,S now a tudent at Flmt MIch-
Elli , I3ryan Carver, a . i ted by Ig.an,. where he and his bride
Mac Coffey o(tlle local church, will hve.
pe rformed h t1 bl c ri ng _ - ---:..----
m n aft r .. 'l' id ' a ": ''': ti l 11 Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Fr 'e
wa ' hel d at thl! Ii m ! f Mr. sons ,were Wednesc;iay ev'e-
and Mr . Edward Morris. nmg supper guests of , Mr. and
, T11 'rcw'm i a gr.aduate of Mrs. Burnett BuUer.worth and
cows MANUJ:ACTURE
VITAMINS IN TH&
STOMACI-I
Wayn :i :e High cho ! ( li d at the home of Mr. Butter-
the I (d ' of LeI ,anon Hjg' h' worth' s parents, Mr. and Mrs. ---
Scll I. They are at home at Erne t Butterworth who were on
the r om
1
s farm east of town. vacation, in the East.
B'obby Woollard is spendin r'
a few days . with Jimm\' ani:!"
Jerry Frasure.
Friends and rel htl ' f .
received invi1ati ns t c
wedding of Robert E. Me e,ft "
son of Mr. ' and Mrs. Herbert
M:eredith, and Miss Irma Aileen , By flsler'he Borden Cow
fire I ," , ughter f Mr. and Mr , \
Mrs, ' Grace Scl1uler arld
M r -. Ann Ajtkinson are spend-
ing this week with the former's
daughter, Mrs. Frank SmitH
and fam.ily at Madis0n, Indiana,
L ui , . Fir' , ' on aturday"
ept. 11" at 7 :30 p. m, at the
1,1 ' ncsvLI . Methodi: t Chur
with a reception to .. follow
inimediately in Church
sea) rooms,
q h. , and Mr . Rhcde, I3un -
nell entertained on , Saturday
eveninf', with their tahl cs f
"' . r rizes were wcn l1 y
Mr. \'\,i'rrraT1'l"'L..uken, Mr.
Ge Irg Wall. Mr. Wall an j
Mr. Charles Doster. FoUowing
the games, a ,des ert cour C W: IS
',en c :f. ue '1S, Mr anj
1.-, IS. B. J. Hi.l, A'lr Mi ,.'
Charles Doster, Mr. and Mrs.
\Vil jjam Lukens, Mr. and Mrs.
GCI,' rge Wall and Mr. anj M:-s.
}-li.:; ert Carr,
J '
Mr. and Mrs. Je,sse Pender-
gast had a:s week ' end guests
Mr. and Mrs. Guy Johnson at)d
and Mrs. Earl J.ohnson of
Converse Ind. M'r. and , Mrs. J.
13. Rich aLso
UII1ner ,guests.
1'1 r .. and Mrs. Frank Moor-
man and son riioved to Cin-
. ci r nati on Monday, where Mr.
M{l nnan will ,' enter EJ]1bal-
choot ' ..
'Miss Winnie Jo Stout was
the guest of Miss Lorene Salis-
' !' ll rv at her hOJl1f' nea:' \\ il.
min-gton; ,from Wednesday un-
til 'Satun.lay. .
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D. ... was
.t of ',\\r. illd Mrs, Earl
Davis of Day tOll, at the H I?:h-
view Terrace, ,near, Bellbrook,
at <,aturday evenil'!'p'; dinner
Carl G,. Sinitn, Da \ ij M'ln- '
tag, and Joanne Q'Baniun at-
'tf ,'oed Pre s .1 the ()!ll0
State Fair in Columhus Sun-
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, Important!
Borden's System of Quality, Can
trol servenusf o/)e purpose .. ' ,
to see thot your Borden's
reaches you perfectly fresh, t'
'perfectlv t'csteurized. Ask kt
Borden's, .' : for better
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" If it 's Bordens - ,.' -'
it's go t to be good'"
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.. , d f.." re: , 'ra 0, BT ':,' 1'
a,nd -(, 11" wi,n rdurn to their
..' t-:ranklil11he enj )f the
:-l fier the '1 ..
, mer with . F. H. William-
son and daughter Gra e.
, W. 'C. BROWN
, . PLUMBING & ELECTRICAL
CONTRACTOR
PHOrm WAYNESVILLE
2,949'
C9MPLETE WITH BULBS,
$1,4.
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WAll PAPEQ AND PASTE AND SIZING
G. E. BULBS - NU ENAMEL
KEMTONE
. Waynesville ' Furniture & Appliance Co. I
South Main Street across frolJl Gr8JIge Hall
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BY DUSTING
SWAMPY ARGAS
R20M PLANaS '
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Of: IODlNI;; I P\6S MAY
BOQN WITH.OUT
, HAIR.
E." O. SCOTT
Representing
L-;, Cern? ,ny
Members New York Stock
t: xchan,e:t's and other '
Exchanges
Investment Trust Shares
' - Sold .-
,l-' hoAe Waynesville 2530
Dayt6n ,AD3257 ,
How \\' uld YOU like to \ r ' te
check fot' S2.49&.94 to
New Yea1\'s Day 19!;8? You do
exactly that by sign.:::Jg yoc.r na.me
anY' time in Ja:lUary to nn authoriza-
tion form a t yom' ba.nk 'Wilich wiD
permit them to) bIte, $18.75 a month
from th" fundf; ! cu ha.,c cn deposit
and buy one S!Lvinr, Bond for
you every month for the ne3d 10
years. The Pa t . nil baviugs
which Is 'be partia,l "a.ymcnt way to
buy UG1ds wIt '. e you work
-is equaUy powe:-ful In productq',.
sizable r; c.:t of sav-
ings,. , :.-' , S. ; t' c.lSury Dcpa,,'nurtl
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: ' J an Davis f Cin,cin
nati wa a week end guest
( f ML M'arilyn Burske.
Mr. Tressler Hardin ' spent
L ,t \\ touring the Smoky
.\. untains and visiting hiS
brother, Ronald, \\iho has just
mpleted a ,summer quarter
at 'the Univer ibl .of Tennessee.
Mr. and Mrs. Delbert Conger
have home after
' a week in DePere,
Wis., wittl, Mr. and Mrs. Glenn
Luebke. (nee Barnara Wal-
ker). '

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of your wheat cropl BIG M every bearing the !!!!!
for highest market quality I BIG M br;and performs up
ADd it'. been that way. for to that reputation bee-aide it '
more than twenty )'ears. '8 alway, mar. u" t o , tllhc3t
While our immecl !atf" con- standards, . " ' never doW!) to h ,'
cern is tha,t of 1\',ppl ying a price. =
more bich-potash-cQntent -:-
Ord., ... Irtiot "our d,..I." teN 11111. ,
the Miami fertilizer Company ;,' .
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&0 .. Years
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(From the Miami Gazette of
. August 31, 1'898)
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From the Wilmington papers
we learn that an ordinance has
been passed by the ' council of
that town, prohibiting the
of tobacco on the
sidewalks and ordenng the
. marshals to arrest any and all
who violate this ordi nance. We
would re peccfuJly suggest to
.the council of the yitJ.age of .
Wayne ville to give-us such an
ordinance. The bespattered can.
d i tion of our sidewalks is often
an insult to the ladies of the
town, who must sweep their
skirts over them, besides
being an offense in , th.e eyes of
all cleanly persons: Let us have
respect enough for town to
have clean sidewalks, even if
we must endure Cornstalk Ave.
nue.

An ICEBERG: Brown-."Oid
you ever fretze your ear?"
j I froze my
arm once." "How did you do
iU" a Boston gir'"

The Harveysburg , .Bank has
disQoIitamed busine after a
citizen to take up arms 'for
his country."
II I suppose so, " sa id Mrs.
. Blimber calmly.
Mr. Blimber felt a little
irritated.
liDo yOU know that means
hardships and deadly dan-
gers? "
"Yes," said Mrs. B-' .
"It means sleeping in open
fie'lds and in - m'alarious
swamps, long forceq
marcnes, wild forays,
. desperate charges and
ambuscades! "
"Yes. "
"It means fatal fevers, ghast.
ly chills, hospitals, stret.
chers, and amputations. '.'
, "Yes." .
I, It - say, Mrs.
Blimber, have you any
heart? Do you mean to
sit ther,e and hear me tell
of these frightful things
without expressing tne
, regret? Do you want
me to: go to war and get
killed?"
"Don't get excited, dear,"
she calmly remarked.
" There isn't I?:oing to 'be
any draft."
A FARM DIARY
f by D .J. FRAIZER
career of about thr.ee years. The August 27, 1948. Hot.Hot.
bank was all right, but its 1..,- :.- ter. Hottest. That is what we
iness did not justify. The have had this week. Th'e Aug-
Waynesville Bank bought most ust sun has burned dO'wn with
O'f the notes and new will most scarcely a c1.oud to shelter us.
Jikely get most O'f the business, The thermO'meter has stood at
the r.est will be divided around. ninety-six every day on aUf
W.elth and , .Dakin were the porch. There is no comfort any-
proprietors of the. panko where except at the
. , . pool. It is , a' lovely pool but in
Blimber he wO,uld spite' of the heat every time _I
test his wife s atfection. have been there it has been run_
ilMy dear," he said, "in the ning at half capacity. be-
event of war it becomes the cause families can not affO'rd to
duty O'f every patriO'tic come as ' often as they would

'ot biIet ,..... .. , dOD', dilate .
hnooo oyaa.... wi.1a ......
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Belcber's . Saoato Servicr.
PHONE 2421
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like to. True, Daytorli pools may
charge sixty cents straight. and
expenses are high, but I still be_
lieve that a lower :rate here,
esoecially for children, WO'uid
bring in enough more peO'ple to
make more money fO'r those
who run the pool. POSSlOly sdm
sort of ten-swim tickets jf nO't
seasO'n tickets would help. As it
is now, it to'o much for
families with two :Or more child-
ren to' come O'ften. H O'W about .a
group, rate for organized grO'ups
who come together in the morn.
ings? .
THE GAZETTE . 4..:.
OH1'O 'No. 4384
THURSDAY, SEiPTEMBER 2, .1948 .
small famHy th! best thing
seems to Al.C.. to tie a locker; and
a good refrigerator with a
reasonable amount of space for
storing frozen food. Even ,for a books home and see what we
big famHy a locker has advant- ca(l do about it."
ages. In fact a large family The news of Carl Dukes ,
needs both if they raise a big death has just come to me and
garden a!ld their own meat. W. e, I was sorry to hear it. They
nave a flOe locker plant here 10 were good neighbors and when
Waynesville and , It should be . you have said that, there isn't .
used to full capacity. . much left to say.
Have you tr1ed any frc zen
tomatoes? They used to say B lib k N
tomatoes don't freeze well but e roo otes
one of the recent magazines tells .
how to do it and says they are
very good either sliced.or whole. The Lion's Club Carnival '
The canneries are running
at full speed and the highways
are full of trucks and w:agons
loaded"with sweet corn. We had
a pleasant surprise the O'ther
day after we had hauled t?
Corwin; We got our check rig'hi
away. Before, they did not pay
until NO'vember when .the can-
nery closed for the season. II
seems to be a good move as it
must be just as easy fjom a
point of view and
makes it better for the producer.
Our .sweet ,cO'rn was goO'd this
year, with large ears and hardly
any corn worms. Tomatoes are
beginn'jng to ripen and they say
that they are getting all they
can handle the Tom Corwin
,Cannery in Lebanon. I believe
They recommend peelmg them, proved a big succes. h til in
as the lPeels are very tough. attendance 'and . financially.
. They can be sliced while still Th:e: !thanks everry one
frozen. ' who helped in' any way . . The
Labor Day is late this year Chevrolet car 'was won by a
and it makes August l;ke a Mr. Hodson a \ railroader of
very long month. Another week Xenia. All the surroundinK'
and then school begins. The country and .cities were re
teachers are beginning to' get in presented in the crowd which
line and the school boanfs are wa rerhap one of the largest
working hard. We so often talk ever seen in. the town.
about what we want the schools M'I' . tella Thbm,a.s is on the
to but many are trying j k' !ist at present.
to' make the schools what they ,The Women's Circle of the
want . them to be by active Presbyterian Church met at
cooperation? The school board the horne of Mrs. Weller
teachers can not do it all. Haines, Thursday afternoon
that they are the anI V ones in
th is neighborl)ood that can any_
thing except corn.
With sO' niany home freezers
on the market is a. great
deal of discussion as to whether
it is better to have one or to
have a locker. 'For a. small
family like mrne, I prefer a
locker because O'f the service
that I get. AJsol do not believe '
Willen your. comes home with Mrs. Harry Graves and
and complams that the lessons Mrs Harold Berryhill as co-
are hard .. and that is an hostesses.
.old 'crab, are .you gomg to say, . The funeral f Paul Miller,
"You poor dear, no one ' who was killed five year ago
ought to expect you to do overseas was . attended
or you going to say Saturday. ' The' firing squad
'Now don t let me hear any . fr m Miami had charge of
uch t-alk as that. You gu to the services at the cemetery.
sdlo'ol to learn land not for . Linda Ray Barnard of' Day.
foolJshness. I am glad that ton sr ent Sun a with hel
someone has backbone enough grandparents Mr. ' and Mrs.
, that you can get the electrici y '
for the price of a locker. For a
to try to things so Jhat you Carol Barnard. . ....
have a chance. to and M r. and Mr. Wayne
learn. Now you Just bnng those Stephens of visited
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T THE "Friendly Store"
OME F'URN'ISHINGS!
"Hclrd-1'o-Get' Items
9 s .f2 WOOL RUGS'
!il It 12 FELT BASE RUGS
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CURTAINS - SLIP (:OVERS
LAM'PS (Floor and 'rable)
STUDIO COUCHES (Fully Spring Filled)
LIVING ROOM SUITES

BED ROOM SUITES
STOVES-
"Complete Furaiaher.
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ROM'E
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. Phone CO XENIA
' 912R OHIO
"Eaat 'Main Street, at Whiteman"

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' BUIL'DINGS CHATTELS AUTOMOIIIlES LIABILITY'
"e-WAY FA INSURaNCE"
10 the 'Ohio Parlpen ,will ane you bmad p$IeCIIoG &pian tDUel
- ,.at fu& II tCRal J8IIf bailcliap, ,ear chi .... J8IIf ePlDaIObiJe
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Mr. and Mrs. Harry Stephens.
Friday' evening and attended
the carnival.
Mr. and Mrs. Paul R.
Thomas were serenaded Aug.
2.1. Ai large crowd enj yed the
evening. They n
a ride ar und the Olill tr y 111
a truck.
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Edg-
ingt on and Mr. ai1d M's. Andy
Edgington and Ali e , and
George left 23 for a
vacati c n in Michigan. ,
l
One of Ray Barnett's sons
, broke h is leg the past week.
M r: and Mr. Carr 11
.Barnard have a new grand-
daughter. The parents are Mr.
and Mrs. Lawrence Barnard f
Dayton.
IN CASE OF F'IRE, D'IAL 2222
6:00 x 16 FIRESTONE
. T,RES' $13.95
(plus tax)
ALSO FUi!.L LINE OF
FIRESJ'ONE PRODUCTS
BAttERIES
TEXACO SERVICE
.. "AIN 111M
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WAYNe.VILLE. OHIO
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; P'AGE' 5 T.HE MIAMI C'iAZETT
WAYNESVILLE, OHIO INo. 4S84
THU,RSDAY, SEPTEMBER 2, ' 1948
TWIN
Leases

FOX HOLLY
sma)) tt)wn thru the efforts of
Barrv Fitzgerald, playing ,with
his usual warmth and sincerity
the part of a squint-eyed ' old
""bachelor who takes the young
ladies in hand when they be-
come marooned in r the town.
You are bound to like also the
short that night, "'Little Brown
Jug."
Next Thursday and Friday
the Twin is bringin,g a picture
to town because of mcmy, re-
and because Ifor
unknown reason the pitture
, The crowd outsiC\e the Twin never show'ed here before. ' It
last Saturdav night was caused is Universal"s great hit "The
not so much by cash customers Egg and I," starring Claudette
howling to! get as ',by Colbert and Fred MacMurray,
the return of an odd creature of with a great supporting cast
nature. He clung, long and 'including ' Marjorie Main.
,many-colored, ,upside ,down ' Those who misssed it else-
riJ{M under the marquee lights, where, see it , now. Or perllap ,
and quickly ,a pool was set ' up as in my case, you'JI 'look for-
betting on what he was .. The ward to seeing It again. It's the
, Tumblesons of -Lytle won, Mrs. tory of a city gal who
Tumbleson reminding us that marries and goes to the wil ds
recently the Twin screened an of the state of Washinvton
animated cartoon all about the ' where her husband embarks on
fellow and Mr. Tumbleson tell- a career of chicken-farming.
ing u how long he . uld ;e:ro :.' All , of you, on the farm I '
(or was that one f Mr. T' fi 11 off, will get a great out
stories? ).' Anywa" it tor k ,of the thmgs that happen to
some time t un'. La rl' tr ;'1.if i ,a: this couple whose whole live"
we . all admir 'o t . 1.' rou suddenly revolve around "the:!
Praying Mant i, . urge of egg"; ' and out of their neig-h .
gra shorp r and, according to _ bors, particularly Maw (Mar-
the a ci ' I.t t:gyptians, ,symt ., I of jorie - Main). Excellent , sports
g od )uc" to humans. Dale hort, added, "Big-League
teinke would to ,th Glory."
of'llfe nW6 '
(Held Over From Last Week)
Mrs. Paul Flory .J,f Dayton
spent Friday with her parents,
Mr. and , Mrs. Wilbur Clark.
Bobby Morgan returned to
his home in Dayton Thursday,
after' spe'naing a 'week with his
' grandparents, Mr. '/ and, Mrs.
Early.
M,rs. Margaret. Johns and
Paul were-Friday
dinner guests of Mrs. Effie Sur_
face near Lebanon.
Irvin Harris underwent an
operation at Miami Valley Hos.
pltal on Tuesday. He has return_
ed home and is slowly recover_
ing. . ' .....
Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Jones
entertai'ned at dinne( Thursday
evening, Mr. and Mrs. Therle
Jones, Milton J ones and Mr.
Nettie in honor of th
birthday of Mrs. Therl e Jones,
Little Linda Routzahn of
Franklin spent last week with,
her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs.
C1 de Wharton.
Miss Nancy Tumbleson re_
turned .home Sunday, after
spen :ling last week' with , her
grandparent, Mr. arid Mrs.
Herhlan Arthur at ardinia.
latter. He was this week's winner
of the Brick Bradford 'a, h
Mr and Mr. A. D. Smith
and Mr. and Mrs. Roy Smith
and children returned Sunday
* * * from a m9t0r trip tbru Virginia i .
N te to t.he l ublic - _ Pleas::- Kentucky and Tenne see ..
award.

Understand Department: . . ' Mrs. Boyan Shinkle and ,'wo
W,hen the Twin man;: tJ'ement children of Portsm uth spent
pckr- a mother or father to Sf ' last week with Mr.' and .Mrs.
Brief i ws: CI sing toni Rht tf' the lobby when bahy con - Vernon Pursley and sons. ,
is "I Walk Alone" (PAR). tinues to cry uncontrollabl" The ' 'i ll (artl (,'ul" d:ned
S9me say this is Burt Lanca ter s the only is the hope at mith s Tea Ro m at
big role, giving him true of getting babv under. control, Waynesville and spent the after_
prestige as an actor. Lizbeth f'! C''t the li:ctea of ousting a no '\1 at ards there. '
' Scott assists. One of the film hmily. Mrs. O''Regan felf Mr and Mrs. Ha(old Whit- '
industry's smartest deci i n b:ldly last Saturday when, in aker 'and daughters ' and Miss
was to reissue "Tarzan's N \\ resp'onse to such a request, a Uela Hoak are on ' a motor trip
'Yo rk ,Ac\ v('n ture" (,\'(..M whole family four got this week to the Smoky ' M.oun.
only. This i. un and marched out of tht! tains.
l : f P'e l 'e t ' . f the Tarzan show - _ we hope not- in a Mr. and Mrs. Charles Tum-
series and shuuld please all of "huff". Often 'stepping to ' ' the bleson, and family attended a
- m' lier's ' fan . . Tarzan I bby with baby will ' quiet him picniC dinner Sunday at h iloh,
arriv ;n New y- rk, m !ete and take care of a difficult on the Ohio River, with M'r.
with wife (Maureen ors111!ivan' situation. If not, jthe manage- and Mrs. Arthur and
and civili : 11 I to , f nd ment will gladly " a rain- thildten 'and Mr. and Mrs.
"B y" who bas. beel1 tak n v a, check to any parent for are, Ev rett Arthur and family of
circu . Of hi m' ny hair-raisifl turn to the \show. It's only.in Cincinnati, in celebration of tbe
adventur , not the least is hi the interests of-trying to giye a . birthday of Mrs. Tumbleson'S
leap f'r m' the Br "okl.," Bridg:e good show to all ' concerned br ther Virgil Arthur.
Chapter Three of t!le Bri k that such tequests are ,ever The 'WolPan's Society will be
Bradford rial on tl e made. the guests of Mrs. Roy Winks at
. arne bill, It title of tLe next meeting, Wednesday
the Moon." No better vacation Mr . . and Mrs. Rhodes Bun- afternoon, Sept. 1 st near
diet could 1 e ord'ered for Labor nell and daughters entertained ' Mr. and Mrs. Howell
Day ' weekend than ,. Where with a family dinner on Sun- f Yellow Springs were guest.s 'of
.... -.. ' . . . ,
Mr. and Mrs. Claude of ,
Social How and Mr. and Mrs.
Wilbur Clark visited the 'State
Museum at Madison, Ind. Sun-
day. ' ,
and Mrs. Seth Furnas,
MC\ry Brown and Mr. and Mrs.
W'alter Kenrick attended the
' August meeting of Historical
Society at ,the Golden Lamb,
lebanon Monday evening.
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Ken-
rick called at the home of Mr.
,and Mrs. BeA j arne in Lebanon
Friday afternoon. Mr. James
has been ill for nineteen months
with a heart ailment, and is
quite poorly.
Mr. and' Mlrs. Guy Routzahn '
and Russell, in company with
. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Brown of
Tipp City, spent SlJnda'y in Cin-
cinnati and visite.d the zoo. '
Mrs. Everett Eadv was at the
, home of Mr. J. D. Ardery of
Woodview ftJve. on ' Thursday
evening, When the of
the Dayton Western College
. '/HAT OIL
VIAS 0llC6
USiiD MA/Nty
, IN I<6ROSINE
I.-AMPS
Earl\' i- r'C rdio
the Club. .
ecretary of '
Mr. and Mrs. ,John Kersey
and son had as week end guests,
Mr: arid Mr . Hollis Emery and
family of Green Spri,ngs, Ohio.
They .were , jo\ined at Sunday
dinner ' by Mr. and Mrs. Luther
HartSOck and sons, and on Sun.
day' evening by Mr. and Mrs.
Willard Kersey and family of
l. ebanon. ' .1
LIVESTOCK I
CRAIN
and . ,

WATER
HAULING
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WaynE!lviUe
PHQNE
There's Life" (Par). It's a Bob day, honoring the birthday of Mr. and Mrs. Seth Furnas, son
Hope all , the ",:,ay, and "the fdrme;r's mother, Mrs. :md daughter, o.n Social
Hope' was f mmer even: Nellie Bunnell. Covers were aT- ouring Friends Yearly Meetmg
with only ranged for Mr. and Mn\ Geo- at Waynesville.
iF1 e of Cro by. by WllI- . ;rge Bunnell , and family of t. Mr. and 'Mrs. Lowell Thomas 'It '
Bendix 'and Hasso, Bernard, Miss 'M',onim:Ja Bun. are spending a couple of , '
Club were entertained. Mrs.
Hope goes thru a screw-ball plot nen the host hostess and fi hing at St. Mary' s, ReSe!v.olr, ' l '
t.- at le: ld it self beautifully to daughters.' Celina. Mr. and Mrs. WIlliam .
11 .' articular bral1'd of whip n ' , Ri key' will join them next ___ - . 1IIIn J ea re
hum r, as in ' the ' finale, ,the , Stanlev Bailey ill at his aturday for a\veek's vacation.
v:I a:n is flrtured by the ruse of home, for a few days recenCy. THE HOUSE 0;' COMPLETE COMFORT
an ' trick Zaney . , WJTH '
and relaxing are the ORDER y' OUR. FERTILIZER UPHOLSTERED CHAIRS & COOLED AIR ,
for this g-ood family lauJ{h-
picture. WB News rounds out . . THURS.-FRI. ' SUN.--MON.
the and Monday ,pro.' , . A Kiss, ' A Sigh, A Shot , in the
gram. , ,::VV . , Back!
Have you seen Veron i- ' ALLOTMENTS THIS SEASON WjLL BE BURT LANCASTER
ca Lake ,turn sweet? Not '"
often, but it happen, in "The, , ON' ' I: 1;tIOURTH UZABEnI,. scon in
Sainted Sisters" (Par), show- " 'r ' " : )' WALK', AL. O' NE
ing Tuesday , . -, " '
crooks in 'the Gay . Nmel!es SHORT
(Joan Caulfield is the, second), .' "
succurpb . ,to the charm of a ,
Real ' Estate
, - '
Listings Wanted
Buyers Waiting
. Roy E. ' Smith
R. "R. 2, ,
On State Rt. 48, , DU. North
of Rt. 13- .
Phone Centerville 1056
-107
( !iSS;:
OF LAST SEASON'S AMOUNTS
, ,
SEE YOUR NEARBST
Bdwe. ' Store
2441 WAYJIdSVILLE, OIDO
6 - GREAT STOQ! -.
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SAT. ONLY
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JOHNNY WEISSM,ULLER in
TARZAN'S NEW YORK
ADVENTURE
Chap. 3
,
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WEEKLY CASH AWARD,
SHOWS: '6:30 - 8 :00 a. 9:30
EXTRA: -EXTRA
MUSICAL MIRACLE
, ,
AERIa HOT RODS
LATE NEWS
1,'UES. ONLY
DIE 'SAINTED
. SISTERS'


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PORTS'
LANT ,
Bv .
BOB O'REGAN ,
Mark down Wednesday , and
, Thursday, Sept. 15-16 on your
ca1endars. On those dates,
a sports feature
coupled with sport shorts at
the Twin Theatre be the
sole attraction in town. Local
softball . games for those days
will be postponed so that the
softbalJ league can r.ecoup its
fortu'nes at the Twin Theatre.
, The tickets which are priced at
I-V.) Day.
. arrtvee in
New orklby.l609,
. b,ecom a
republlc. 18'lQ. "

S-..RWIS. JapS sign peacp ,


, treaty.
"Labor Day.
II'SO 7-Sulllvan and Corbett
fic;aht, 1892.
8-Harvard University
eatablW;led, 1636,
Use To
Check The Weather
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To Buy, Sell, Rent,
Loan, Borrqw,
Any Time of The Year
'.
,
"
75c per seat will go on sale Clint Clark, grounaskeeper and
shortly and your favorite ball- official colle,*>r, be.sides an
players will be a,ble to supply average of.90 cents nightly ,for
you with enough for your en;. ball boys and almc)st '2 per
tire family. . # week for scoTekeeping, and
The league officials and the of league records.
six managers reached the. above Several people have been heard
agreement Monday to com' m e nt. that . they
and it was ul1animously felt tl10ught the umpires , were free!
that cooperation on the part ihe six. managers wer.e also
of the 72 league players plus unanimous in main1tairting that
several hundred of the real- the umpiring on the whole war.
d)'ied - in- the-- . fall ranted the retention of the
would raise mone,y to "men-in-blue" from Dayton to '
keep the league In operation.. keep league play on a high
The . present treasury i,s level. '
depleted, and league IS m Since the show program
debt. , been spread over two days It
* * * . , is hoped that over 500 people
most people wi11 attend. Some folks have
lett, sportswriter for the
'lon Journal, will provide the
opposition for the Locals'
curtain-dropper. I
, ... '
Roxanna, local loop cham-
pions last year, will cross bats
with Spring Valley In the Sun-
day night exhibition league
while on Sept. 12, Hob Allen's
American Legion ' nine will
tangle with Mason, Ohio. On
Sept. 19 Fair-ley Hardware will
meet a strong club from Day-
ton.
.
League fans . are aske.d t,o
start a little earher for Geiger s
as all future games will com-
mence at 8 P. M. due to earlier
darkness. '
think. little or no money is 're- asked why "The Babe Ruth
quired to rurt the league, With, Story" coulr. not b_ 0 '. Mr. and Mrs. K. Nt Hough,
15 weeks elapsed, on'1y an av- lhat is because it's "heavy' , on and daughter and Mrs. H.
of about $37 per week percentage picture ,and ' the lea- ' B Earnhart have returned from
has ' been collected. Yet the g'ue therefore c,ould not prosper London Mills, 111., where they
weekly expenses are $60 a well financially. spent a few days with relatives.
' when you consider the fol1ow- . They were accompanied home
ing: $36 for umpires; about Last Sunday s Junior Amer- , by Mrs. Viola Harlan, had
$12 for lights; about $12 ka.n game :with Dayto.n wa pent the summer in llhnots.
LaBs and $5 per week for cancelled, but this Sunday at
2 :30 ' P. M. the Dayton aggre- " M,rs. D. C. Ridge had as
t
' tl d b Da 's C al Sunday guests, Mr. and Mrs.
ga Ion spo sore y , ' 1 Paul Sowash of Mansfield.
and managed by Miller CO'I- Prescription
. For Your Car
M.H.KEEL0R
AccdlUNTINC and Y.AX SERVICE
Dilatush Building - Broadway - Lebanon,
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TELEPHONE 511
-THE MIAMf GAZETTE PAGE'
WAY,NESVILLE, OHIO \ Net. 4384
THURSDAY, 2, 1948'
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Mr. Mrs. C. Lee Hawke,
Mr. ann Mrs. John Fromm
t
Mr. J. C. Hawke, Mr. and Mrs.
Don Hawke, Mr. and Mrs. M ..
F. Weltz and family,' Mr. and
Mrs. Clyde Fromm, with Mr.
and Mrs: Carl Hawke, Mr. and
Mrs. Ray Hawke" Miss Betty
Hawke, Mr. Thomas Lupinsk.v
of Dayton and M.T. and Mrs.
Melvin Banta, of J'amestown
were guests of Dr. and Mrs.
Ra')ph Vance and son of WH.
n1ing-toq1 at Old River Par1(,
when they rec.ently entertained
with ' a fish fry. Dr. and Mrs.
Vance had just returned from
j\Alichlgan and cau?'ht the
while there.
' Recent visitors to
Waynesville were Mr. 'iT'd Mrs.
F. X Q'Re)!(ln and Mr. and
Mr, J,JI1Jl r , Tv!,cManu,:; and
son TOf&l. all of Cincinnati.
:trF.: pLlI e,!lts ani re-
la tJyP' of the P obert 0'-
Regal'S.
THEIR SECURITY RESTS
'. WITH YOU!
" Perhaps ;your car neeps a tonic.
Is it usmg too much gas -
slow on' the pick.-up? Drive ih
-we'll diagnose the trouble and
.prescribe accordingly . . . or I
phC?ne now; we'll up and
(iehve'r your car. ,
Invisible Half
Orthopedic Conections ,
Cork Extensions
Yes, the education of your
cnildren, their. entire 'fe).
' fare, is your respoTlsibility. Dis-
charge it conscientiously and
_ _ h-saving REGULAR-
L Y. We are ready to help y ou
now. Stop in! ,
KlfR'S Garage
Henry .' H'. Moeller
"
HORSE RACING EACH AFTERNOON AND NIGH,-
. (Except Tuesday Night)
2 NEW p,RizES
, .
STAGE ACTS OF NATION/.L REPUTATION
LA'RG'E MASS SCHOOL BAN'O, STAGE ACTS, STOCK PARADE - AND'
OTHER ENTERTAINMENT . - ' T U E S 0 A Y' , NIGHT, SEPT. 7th
I ,BIG EXHiBIT' OF NEW FARM MAOIINERY
Live Stock, Grange and Farm Displays, School Exhibits, 4-H Club and
Vocational Ag,riculture, Flower HOIJle Demonstration Projects, Fine ,
. Art, Culinary, Poultry, Rabbits, Pigeon and Exhibits. .
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SEE lHE MONTGOMERY COUNTY FAIR - - IT costs NO TO SEE MORE
. Waynesville
NatiooflJ Bank
,j
QllLDREN'S DAY - TUESDAY, 'SEPT. 7th _Children under 12 yrs. admitted free. Between i 2 and is
" federal tax of Bc.
yrs. subj ect to
)
, '
SOLDIERS' DAY, - WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 8th -Meri or women .in uniform. Also all soldiers of National
: , presenting diSCharge papers;
ADMISSION: Established Price
Federal Tax
TafAL
4.
Ie
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SOc
Military Home
PAGE 1 THE MIAMI GAZETT.
WAYNESVILLE, OHI'O INo. 4384
.... IotU'RSDAY, SEPTEMBER 2, 1948
Mrs. Olive 'Curl was the guest
of Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence
Furn.as at the Haworth-Baily
re.umon .at Dover Springs near ' \
Wilmington.
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Deafen-
baugh W/ashington D. C.
were week-end guests of Misses
Annie and Marne Brown.
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Clark
and Mr. Wilbur Clark of Lytle,
Mr. and Mrs. Earl Clark of
Dayton called on their aunt,
Mrs. Alice . Clark Saturday
afternoon.
Mrs. Leah Mills spent Sun-,
day afternoon with Mrs. Marne
. Hatfield in Lebanon.
Misses Minnie Dodson,
Clara Lile and Elizabeth
Chandler were dinner guests
on Friday of Mrs. Charles
Anderson, . Sr.
Miss Margaret Edwards
'picknicked Thursday etening
with Mr. and Mrs. Robert '
Kersey and children at Cold
Springs.
Mrs. -Olive Dr. Emma
Holloway, Miss Jessie. Garner,
Miss Ruth Miss
Oli Williams and Mrs. Ella
Dakin attended the funeral of
Mrs. Amanda Hartrum in
Germantown ',F,riday after-
noon. .
Stella, Wiley of Oak-
wood was a guest on Sunday
of M iss Elizabeth Chandler.
Or. Dudley' Keever of Cen-
terville and son Edward Keever
of Dayton,' were dinner guests
.at the home on Sunday.
Mrs. Ella Dakin spent Sun-
day afternoon with grand-
daughter, Miss Janice DaKin, af .. :
the home of Mr. and Mr. '
Geo'rge Johnson in Lebanon. '
Miss Dakin will soon. be re-
a ny FllliiI Coffee Cake 4
" :. -\ av through th:r. ouick coffee cake is a : i
; cherries to lend appetite appeal to a g<,)od brcn., .
. ;:'\ :. a ' lOt bre!ld that f eltures so much good eating. t ':- chv:. y
L' .::: ! C I \! e cake is e.:ccpt i-o llal1 to Int o t!: :)' i
a. crunchy lay ' of s reuse;. t:1Cn a co .. cc ca',c b:l ttcr, t" ':' :11
[Sweetene::l cherries, finally more batter. This layered cake bakes in
minutes. Ther. it puts in nn (l'nner at the breakfast table to
l
that meal style and . \
I Uses for such a coff c cnl; e nee not. be limited to breakfast. ,

it contaIns enr.iched ll nur. it is rich in B-vitamins, food energy"


nd iron. With this. spl endid nctritional value, it is a mid-afternoon
treat for callers, a supper de-sert, a brunch spe ial. Enriched flourl
roducts are good meilU-balan('el's, 'sine all their food v&.l u s add u;>
- on the credit side of the n1.: al. ' Thi s co. ee cake is hi gh in the list oI'
rsuch products.
C!iER_ Y FI L1 .. ED COFFEE CA..- E
. .l'opping .
1J4 cup su ar ' ! n cio na:" ,,;,
. 1(4 cup eon !lQU - t,.4 up ,hol"'r r ,:'1.1., ,, ;,-:
,:i:J our, and ci n. a )';}', : CJt or L but'.: r _
t 1(2 cups sifted enriched Rour
1/2 cup r
2 le41poon l\'; ing pc.. er
3/4 teaspoon 531 t
Sift t ogether flour, S g' '1r. ba' iI
powder, and salt. Beat r',
milk and nlcited short ning. P_I d
to flout mixture, stirring t1 . , ;
mixture is smooth. Spl'e .. :
. the battel' into ' greased ., :' 1, .
'. :eight by ei'ght inches. Cover w' th
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3 I !- . ;-.- m -:1' I h- ' -,
1 2 \ ... : " u .. I \ . l J to... ..... .. J
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('h r i es. Spr!ukl e hall t he \CJ }) )
\1\' ... cherries. Cov r VI 1\ l' . ..... 1 1
, .. ,: b tt r, and finally \ -it.h .:e'
! .. . . : 1; 14 toppi Ig. B ke in ,c r
' ,; y ho" oven (400 degrees F.)
'.' , inutes. Yield: 1 coffee cake;
19ht by eight inches.
Corpus
Christl, Texas. .
Ruth and Elizabet'h . Marilyn farrett, of
Chandler hostesses "at a Wa,shmgton C. H., was a r:e
dinner' evening at the guest of Mr. and
Mr', and Mrs. Glenn Frye
and sons of Dayton were Sun-
day guests of Mr. and Mrs. Gil-
bert Frye sons. Whispering Oaks Inn ,in Eatoil, Falhs F. Paine.
. Ohio, Mr. and Mrs. L. W.
MJss Gertrude
Chandler and Mrs. ' M1ae Harri-
son. 'The occasion was the
forty-fifth wedding 1m.niversary
9f Mr. and Mrs. Chandler.
. .
. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Woollard
left for Chicago, M'onday mor-
ning by plane.
IT PAIS '
..
TO AD TI
IN
this NeWSpfJj,2l '
, AND ALL
, .
o
s
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READ IY 104,607 ' OHIO
. \'
I
WIT" $10 IILLION DOLLARS '!O SPEND
for Locc:il or Stat . Rate.
Vilit this New.poper
OR
Call, Wire or Write,
our
OHIO, ' .EEKLIES,
117 ClITIZENS BUILDING
850 EUCLID AVENUE
CLEVELAND T4, OHIO ..,
..( . SUperior 6700
WAL fOlKS, I W,llL B.E IN THe
'EACH WE.EK WITH'"
weSTERN PH' tOSOPHV A NiD
epwBOY NUHOR fOR YOUR'
ENJOMENT ,
, ' . 'SPOHS'OR e
JANES RENDERING
A . NEEDED
SE RV.I C
FOR EVERY
COMM UN I'TV
DONE
AT The MIAMI GAZETTE
NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS
STATE OF OHIO
DEP,ARTMENT OF HIGHWAYS
- Eng I n ,.
Columbus, Ohio, AU8'UBt 21. 1948
egal Copy No. 48442
UNIT P,RICE CONTRACT
Sealed proposals wlU ,De received at the office of ,the State Highway
Director ot Ohio. at Columbus, Ohio until 10:00 A. IM'., Ohio
.I'lme.
Tuesday, September 14, 1948. for improvements In:
euo 11'8 P9,reUO a.ru 9AJsnioul ' 9 Ol t 'soN slwoclo.ld
projeot and will be awarded . as one contraot.
. PROPOSAL No. 1
Clinton County, Ohio. on Section 7.93 (Part), State Route No. 860. la
Olark, Washington and Green Townships, by app.1ylng a
treatment, Item T-81. I
Pavem'elllt.: Wldlth 16 .teet.
Length 23,390.4 teet or 4.43 mUes.
PROPOSAL. No.2
Clinton Count y, Ohio. on Section 6.00. State Route No. 133, In Marloll
and Vernon TownshiPS. by applying a bituminous treatment, T-81.
Pavemenrt: Wld,th 1'6 feet.
Leng'th 17.371.2 feet or 3.29 .
PROPOSAL No. 3
Warren County, Ohio. on Section 0.46. state Route No. 138. In W8sbln&\tOll
Township. by applying a bltumtn-ous tl'ea.tmerut, Item T-Sl.
Pavement: Width 16 feel
Length 3,590.4 teet or 0.68 mile.
,PROPOSAL No.4 _
Warren County, Ohio. on Sections 0.00. 1.57, (3.0S 'Butlerville) &D4 1.19;
state ,Route No. 132, In Harlam. and Washington TownshiPs. by applytng.,
bfltumlnous treat ment. Item T-31.
Pavement: Wlfdtb 18 feet. Length - feet.
Width 18 feet. Length 2.956.8 feel
Total Leng.th 58,555.2 feet. or 11.09 miles.
PROPOSAL No.5 . .
Clermont CouJrty. Ohio. on Seotl'on 27.15 (Part). State Route No. :t32, 1rta
Goshe": TownshIp, by applying a Ibltumlnous "treatment. Item T-!-t.
Pa vern en-t+-Wf4th--18 feet.
Length 6.072 f f' et or 1.115 mtJes.
Total estftrta.t ed cost ..... , ............ . ..................... . . .'ft6.6f5S.33.
1 to 5 InC'luslve of this projeot to be completed not Ja.tet"
t'ha" ()t'tober n. 1948.
Tihe minimum wage to be to' 1\ 1 tn bor em on his conttraet
shelt be In acoordanoe with the " I chedule of Prevantng- Hourly Wilge
Rates Ascertatne and Determlnt'd by 'The De1)llt'tment of '[nttuetrlal Re-
lations appltcalble to State Hfgitway Depn,rtment Tmprovpm-eD,ts In aocord-
ance with Sections 17-3. 17-4, 1T-4a, 1'1'-5 and 17-5a of the Genet-al Code
of Ohio." .
The bidder must submIt . with his bid a. check In an amount
equal to five cem of the estImated' cost, but In no event more than
ten thousand dollars.
and specifications ere on flle In the department of b13hwaYfl
and the office of the resident dlatrlct deputy director.
The director reserves the right to reject any and all bids.
EARL L. REEB
Stwte Highway Director
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PUBl.IC SALE
10 miles South of Xenia, 8 miles North of Wilmington,
off of ROUTE 68, 1Ji mile East of LUMBERTON, on WICAL
ROAD, at 1 :00 O'CLOCK, P. M., on
SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER '4, 1948
irhis Farm is improved with 7-ROOM FRAME HOUSE, Bath,
Enclosed Back Porch, strictly MODERN except furnace. In-
terior recently decorated. 42 ft. x 52 ft . . Barn, Chicken House,
Garage and Work Shop and all other necessary outbuildings.
Wiater under pressure 'in barn and feed lots. 70 Acres tillable,
32 Acres of good. Blue Grass with running water. All good
fences. Land in High State af C1,Jltivation. Stock and
Dairy Farm with' plenty of shade. Will be offered. with up-
start bid of $167.00 per acre (a starting price for such
, n investment.)
tJ'ERMS-10% of -purchase price on day of Balance on
delivery of deed within 15 days. December Taxes paid by
present owner. Farm offered at 2 :90 o'clock P . M., Pro,mpt.
Immediate Possession.
FARMALL - On rubber,' with Cultivato.r.
2-bottQm 2 in.ch breaking plow.
FARM rMPLEMENTS - M & M' Corn Planter, Fertilizer and
check.;.row' ho}'se drawn or tractor" has planted only .40 acres . .
IHe Mower, good 'as new. Dunham Disc, good as new. '10-
hoe Superior Grain .Drill. Wagon. Sled.
MiSCELLANEOUS -- Hog Feeder. Water Fountain. 'Hor
' Troughs. New Electric Brooder, SOO-chicks size. Chicken
Feeders. 12 rods of 4inch Tile. 12 rods of No.9 47-incb
Fence. 20 rods of Hog Fence Posts. 2 squares of Corrugated
Roofing. Forks . Many Other Small Tools. ' .
.FQD - Hay in Mow. . . .
c;oW with 3rd Calf by side.
24 - HEAD OF SHEEP - 24
23 Black Face Montana ewes, 2 .apd' 3, yea'rs .old. Ram.
.' . . . '
HOUSEHOLD GOODS - Estate. Oil He,ter with Fan used
one winter. Hot Blast Coal Heater, used one
Estate Range. Small Perfection Heater. 3-piece ,Uvlng Room
Suite. 2 Beds, complete. Day Bed. 2 Dressers. Wash stand,
Writing Table. Chairs. Glass Chum, Dishes, .
etc: . , .
TERMS ON CHATrEI.' CASH .
. PARMER STANLEY
JESS STANLEY.& EARL KOOGLER, Auctioneers. '
(Waynesville Ph. 2894). (Dayton Ph. KE.8879)
MORRIS & SIMS, Clerks. '
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C,-AS,s,F, EO AD RATES
10 PER WORD MINIM,UM 25c
-NOTICE-
----
DON'T FORGET TO CALL
for insurance. All types of
msura.nce at a savings. Can
FranCIS Gene Brown phone
Waynesville 24 72 'or call
collect. Wilmington 2 111. '
FOR RENT-
FOWL POI( vv
IS GIVEN PRODUCERS
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Photo Classics
THE MIAMI GAZETTE PAGE 8
WAVNESVI1.LE, 0"11'0 ,No. 4384-
THU,RSDAY, 2, 1948
P RNI HED APARTME T,
For Rent, Mrs. usan W. "
canlon, Mai n t. - ,92
Almost every year there . is
a ut!'J' -:.: d : of fowl P"' x
en ' after ih'1.ets are haCt sed
and reduction starts, feed
spe iali sts s f the Farm bureau
Cooperative warn.
They claim the, disease; - e:15:ly
Sl read by birds) cats, an i
FOR SALE-
R Tr:ail r, 21
Ex lIent condit,ion.
2 Ii J. W. Hall,
treet. - 92
W.H ITE El on
J R,etallick. Phone 2801.
Waynesvill Rt. 1. - 99
19 , CH ROLET COACH
with h ater, G od 'running
conditi n. Jes e Prendergast
Phone 261 " " - 99
POLAND, OHINA
Yearling boar" regi ter ,d.
Brown, Waynes.
. VIII Rt. 2 . Phone 2935.
- 99
BOOK CASE, ide Board
China Clo et, Heatrola and
few Mrs. Su an W.
Scan19n. Main 'St. - 9_
- --, - - ..,....-
A. C. Electric Wa?hing
Machl,ne. In , good condition,
mO.tor in good "shape, good
wrInger. Tel. ,Dayton
MO-7458. Near Lytle on
'Lytle Road.
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Strictlv Fresh Eggs For Sale.
Irvin Mulford, Phone 2723-.
, -99
ESTATE HEATROLA Fuer Oil '
Stove with tubing and drum:
See Pat Hopkins, Route 1.
-92
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McCormick.Deering Corn Bin-
der. Phone Centerv.i1le 7590.
, I --99

RIPE TOMATOES. Walter
Dakin, W,aWlesville, Route
1. , ' -92
WOOL SKlRTS, .Jumper, and
Raincoat. ' Size Junior 9.
2099. ' ' -826
Chem'ical indoor toilet. Phone
--- -92
Good Home for White Milk
Goat. Fr.ee. Will Deliver. '
" F.allis ' F. ,Paine. -92
I
FARM EQUIPMENT.'
, , We can give you proml't, ef
, ficient service on your JOHN
DEERE' Farm .Equipmept.
Stop in for ' estimate. Large
Stock of Genuine John Deere
Repairs.
BANTA JMPLEMENT Co.
Lebanon, Ohio ,pa.o.e SSS
LOUDEN BARN
HAY TRACKS &. CARRIERS
STALKS and ( STANCHIONS
LITTER
WATERBOWLS f
STEel WINDOWS '
BARNDOOR TRACK
,GUTTER DRAINS
f
Available Por Deliverv
Free Bam Planning SerVice
Call us for eStimate at no obU-
, gation.
- BANTA IMPLEMENT Co.
LebaaoD, Ohio Phone 666
-"
- hv ther means .. Losse can be
prevented by , the
pullets before winter. It 13 he- t
cl one, warm weather
" hen the birds are between
,. ei twelve wr eb of aO'(! All
hir -I h Ltld be vaccinated at
th arne ti me to prevent
spread to unvaccinated poultry.
SOUTH WAYNE COUNCIL-
The South Wa ne A,dvisory
ounei} met , at the horn e of
Mr. and Mrs. 'J.. B. Crabbe on
Thursday e.vening wrth a good
att ndanc'e. Mrs. A. H. Earn-
hart was in charge f 'a general
discus ion on vari ous topics.
The council adJourned to
meet with Mr. and Mrs. Louis
Fires in September and during
the ocial hour a r,efre$hing
lunch was served by the host-
ess.
EAST WAYNE COUNCIL
Tl1e Ea&t Wayne Advisory
held its regular August meetrng
at the home' of Mr. ' and Mrs. '
Roscoe , Furnas the past-
week, with Mrs. Sara
as di cussiori leader. The work
done by the CROP -committee
in Warren Countv was discus-
sed, and several new lati e
issues were mentioned.
After adjourning to meet with
Mr. and Mrs. H!lrry Satterth-
waite in a l?leasant
&ocial hour wa,s enjoyed with
refr,esh ments.
. '.\" ', news il i.:;; ure of the year" this Speed Graphic !
'SHot , ', 1nk Cushing won the 1948 Pulitzer Prize. It s hows a boy \
li ng a against another boy and darlnQ the police
Ito come a nd get hlm-whlch they 'dld. Cushing made the shot from the)
fleconci floor of , a nealr-by, hou.e, by crawling out 'on roof of an ell.
O.QSING
DATES ARE ANNOUNCED
MONTGOMERY COUNTY
FAIR TO BE BIGGEST
EVER, OFFICIALS SAY,
The ' Following dosing dates Tile 97th an' nual Mont-
have been announced for Chau-
tauqua ': , gQmery County Fair, opening
Th 'S" I 8 t 6th, d continuing
e wlmmmg poo, ' oa through Sept. 9th., will exceed
Dock, Golf Course, Bicycle
Stand, Coffee Shop", Pop Corn all previous expositions, ' Fair
S d h officials assert.
tan P oto Shop, Skill Arcade, With more complete show-
, Creamy Whip, Bowling Alley
will be closed' for the season on than ever before, c;ash
:the evening ' of 6, pnzes of substantial amolmts
Labor Day. ' have been set up in every de
The Skating Rink will be partment. , Racing program are
T d F'o St carded every afternoon and eve
open on ay, rJ ,a ur. ning, e,x, cept 'tuesday night"
day and Sunday nights \lntil Oct
'Mr. and Mts. Harry Satter- 10. I, ,: . . , with estimated purses, after en-
th
ur,a,lte, Mr. Henr' y Satterth- . T.he, Hotel and, cabms wtll trance fees added of $f2,O(Yo.
"" The track is in excellent con
, waite, Miss Ruth S,attertltwaite, accommodate ,church and lodge ' dition and fast racinlY is antid-
MI. and Mrs. Jesse Thomas groups Septemb.er 11 t 2. 'ated q
'were Sunday dinner guests of be. ted 10 the P - ' - -'.
!Ar. and Mrs_ Arthur Dmmg Hall whIch Will serve n? M.t. and Mrs. 'Harr Satter-
111 when they entertam. SmealS ftom Labor Day! ' un!II thwaite had as SundaJ evening
ed m h?nor of Mr. Henry' Sat- eptember 11 whIch W!ll .dinner 'guests Prof. and --Mrs.
, 'terthwalte, ' theIr who c1os
7
for .the, s.easop on Sept- Ralph Fowler dau ,hters of
, was. celebrating h is birthday iemtber .1
1
2
b
, I .thke " the Univers'ity of and
. as e ua e pICRIC' Fred' Hatch _ of West 'Palm
mg faclhhes. ", ' 8 ' h FI . ,
NORR,18 BROCK COMPANY
Cincinnati Union Stock Yard.
Live Wire and Progre.sive An
orCianization .. oonCi to none.
' Strictlv' .ellere ch) the best
all around ' market In th.
oountry. ,
SERVICE THAT SATISFIES
WIHlO Davton 12:50 E. s. '1'.
W'l.;W clMlnnatt
12:40. Dial 700. tor Our
Repor... '
For
Greater Safety 'of Farm Owner-
ship ,
Finance with a Land Bank LoaD '
LONG TERMS - '
LOW INTEREST
REPAYMENT' P.RMLEGE.!
LOA,N ASSOCIATION
, Room 5 Old BalIk Bldg.
, 11 S. Broadway ,
LEBANON, OHIO Phone 4sa
EIIia H. StUrm, Sec'y-T .....
LEBANON' NATIONAL
..-:.....:...- _-_____ , ___ ---:-"'-:-" Chautauqua's Post OffiCe ,and eac, a. '
,
Day. . '
We wish to' thank our friends
ond neighbors for their ' cards
and expressions of sYPlpathy
following the death of ,Mr.
Stubbs' in.other, Mrs. Amanda
Hartrum. '
, Mr. and ' M,rs. Ethan Lewis
of the Tacc.a Falls Bible Insti-
tute; Tacca Falls,
guests of Mr. and Mrs. C. ,Lee
Hawke and Mrs; Ida Parshall
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Here -
By Smitty
Never before in Waynes-
ville's history have 610 pupils
turned up in the ' local school
system. Consequently, never be.
fore has the chool staff faced
such problems as it is now meet.
" ing - crowded classrooms, .
jammed schedules, and soon.
, A full schoolhouse i a sign
of a healthy and growing com
munity, even if 1t is a strain
on , the teachers. But the full.
school al'o imposes some res-
ponsibilities 011 the town as a
whole: . "
Fir t, to stand beh ind , the
school authorities who are doing
the best they can. , Bickering and
disputes won't help.
, ' econd, to plan to relieve the
crowding in future year. A
start has been made on thi
through the $200,000 bond
i ue for a new grade building-,
but even that may not be 19
enough if enrollment continues
to oar, _
Third, to see that the pupil '
do their part by taking classes
seriou ly. The bigger the class,
the less time a teacher ' has to
waste on the ones who just
aren't ill te rested. "
A!nd then there is something
that Labor Day always brings
up: Drivers who are used to
"Schoot Zone"
durmg the summer must re-
member once again to "Give
the ,Kids a Brake:' Decimation
by automobiles isn't the answer
to overcroWding., .
. .
(Lifted ffom. "Conservation
" Scope") , '
I think Lthat never see '
A man' so asinine . as he
Who leaves his fire ere it's out,
And throws burning butts
about; ,
A man who for just today,
And burns the fo'rests, come
what may; , ,
A man who hunts 'tween dusk ,
and dawn, .
And fish that went to
spawn; "
Who kills a deer for killing's
sake ' . , ,
A:nd leaves it for the wolves to
, take;
, Who overttaps a bea house,
And in closed season shoots
ruffled grouse';
A man who gO'es his' selfish wa;y,
And cares not who must some
time pay "
For all the devastation wrought
By him) who never 'had a
thougnt ' ,'
For those whos.e 4eritage he;l1
spoil, , ,
'To whom he'll leav,e just rock
and soil. '
. Mrs. Anna Williamson fell at
her home on Tuesday and was
, removed to the Hospital in
DaytQn.
,'f/fllD IM/iIlT
IHK
ERSY
Schools Jammed
As 610 Enroll
With the war-time birth rate'
hitting Waynesville scho'ols in
the form of a ' record class of
74 first graders, both local
chool , buildings are seriously
overcrowded. Total enrollment-
reached the all. time high of 610
SERVING. WAYNESV.LLE SINCE 1850
No. 4385
FiVe: CENTS A COPY
yesterday, Supt: K. M. Retallick WAYNESVIL.LE. OHIO 1948
re,ported. _ ' ____ . ___________ --:-______ , _ _ _
Following the failu(e of Mr . '
Florence Hastings to sign a con.
tract at the prescribed salary
scale, the schoots \'(ere shCirt,
a teacher for half of the
first grade. Mrs. Esther Gons is
filling the vacancy this' week,
but Mr. Retallick said the posi.
tion will be filled permanent ly
by Mr, . Carver, wife of
the minister of Ferry Church
of Christ. Mrs. Carver holds a
regular certificate and will start
teaching Monday. , ,The other
half of the class is being taught
by Joyce Foote, who recently
finished schooling at Miami
University.
, Enr,dllment by c1as es is:
First, 74; second, 64; third"
49; fourth, 66; fifth, 67; sixth,
SO, ; seventh, 56; eighth, 34;
ninth 52; tenth, 3 i eleventh"
29, ' and twelfth, 31. '
Pra tically every class is too
large for the room assigned to
it, Mr. RetalIick said.
Mothers' Club to Meet
NOTE: Mayor Harry Sh r-
wood has a ked all 10 a1 busi-
'nes places to close for one hour
on each afternoon when funeral
s rvice are 'being held for a
war ca uatt y wh' se body i re-
turned from overseas.
FRED J. HAGEMEYER
Fred J. Hagemeyer, county
c mmi - inner 'an Republican
-apLii '1ate for Wanen County'
. r pre entat ive, will be
L uri d in Miami C meter y t .
man w' fol1 ,\I inK at 2
PFC. JOHN D. WOOLARD P. M. at th J0hn on Fun ral
Hom, in Lebanon.
Wayne Town ll'fp American He haj been a farm I' n ar
P,o tN. 615 will be ill' charge Clark \ ill for mor than 40
of service at the McClure Fu year " and wa pr minent in
neral Home at P. M'. Satu - Ma ni ' T III -. He \va - om
day for .Pfc. Jonn O. Woolard mander 'of Let an 11 c n1'-
wh wa kill ed in action in mand r when he iiej and wa
France Jan, 12, 1945, at the pa t wor master of
age of 39. R v. R. B. Coleman' Clark ville Lodge. ,Masci nic ser.
will as ist and a firing ' squad , vic are I eing held tonight at
will be at ,th grav in Miami , 8 o'el ck. '
.. Death was due to a heart
. Woolard ,formerly worked at atta k at Chri t Ii pital in
Fairley' Hardware , tore. He i Cincinnati, where ,he 11a j two
survived by his mother, NelH ; ,op ration in the past fiv
his fatherj John; three, rothers, we ks. ur ivor are hi -, wife,
Clarence, at hcime, Kenneth of ie; a 011, three daughters,
R ute 1, and Wilbur of L 'b. thr e 'hrother, and ei 11t i-
anon; ,thre i ters, Marga'ret, t r ., '
at home, Mr. Bessie Milburn '
of Xenia, and' Glenna Dalton
at h me.
F. H. MILTENBERGER
CHARLES RYE
Charle Rye, 88, died at 8
A. M. Tuesdav at 'hi home on
North Main Street! of cerebral
hemorrha 'e: ,! '
The Mothers' Club will hold
its first meeting of the 194,8.49
school year at the Grade School
building tomorrow afternoon.
The mothers are invited to
come at 1 P. M. to observe their
children in the classrooms for
an hour before the bu iness
meeting starts at 2 o'clock and
mo wi,1t get an Qppo ....tunit
v
'
to ' meet the teachers and the
new superintendent, K. M. Re.
tallick.
He,nry Milt nberger,
81, dIed at . :45 P. M. Monday
in Miami Valley H pital of
bu.rns sufferep Thursday in a
flareup of , gasoline he was
pouring on a trash I il e,
Mr. Miltenberger had lived ,
42 years at his farm' on Route
2 near Lytle. He i survived by
He was born near Wayne .
vill on Sept. '186 , and
lived in this area all his life.
H was a retired farmer. ,He
is survived b ' 0 sons, Harvey
Clarence, both of Waynes.
vIlle; a dau hter, Mr. Hertha
Hartsock of pring Valley; a
brother, J ohn, of Elyria; six
grandchilliten, and four great.
grandchildren. ,
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Joe Palooka to Aid
tocal Softball toop
, a son, Milo, at home; a daijgh-'
ter, Mr . M iHred A\rchdeacon of
Dayton; a brother, Edward, of
Eaton; five , Tandchildren, and
on greaf- 'randchild.
He was alone on the farm
at th.; time, a' hi son Milo
and famHy we're at' ,the State
Fair. A neighbor, Leslie Gray
ha'd him taken to Miami Valley
Hospital in the McClure Am.
bulance.
Fune.ra.l service will be held
at 2 P. M. tomorrow at the
McCluJ' , Fu'neral Home with
Rev. R. B. Coleman of Waynes
ville Methodi t Church in
charge. Burial will be Miami
CemeterY '
'Masons to Hold
Centennial Fete
Here Sept. 18
The 1 0o-Year histor of
Waynesville Lodge No., 163, F,
& A. M." will be reviewed before
everal hundred guests at the
dinner and ' celebration marking
the I dge's centennial on Sa,t.
uria y aftern on and evening,
ept. 18.
The a tual 1 ooth anniversary
'of th first lod 'e meeting fjlUs ,
on ept. 29 but Sept. 18 was
ho en as a more convenient
date for the distinguished
gut t . .
Raymond A. Younger, Grand
Ma t r f Masons in Ohio, will
be the principal guest and
p aker. Pa t grand lodge of.
fi er and other Ma ni not-
ables will also h in attendance.
John O. Cartwright, Cincln.
nati, Ide t living- member of
Wayn ville Lodge, will present
hi hi -tory of the lodge at an
e,arly sion. He will , als.o be
honored for SO years' member.
hip. ' '
Dinner will be served to local
and vi iting Masons in the high
school cafeteria at 6 P. M., by
ladi e of the Miami ,Chapter,
der of Eastern tar.
'Plan Festival Display'
,Now, Farmers .
A plan cant inued to c(ys.
taBize for the first ann(lal Little
Miami F 11 Fe tivat here' Oct.
1;2 to 16, a committee of
Grang and other farm leaders
i completing- a 1i t f premiums
and cia' s for di plays of ,farm'
produ e, cookery, and
work. , '
A 11 farm'ers' in this S'fea were
to av their be t items
for the ' displ,ay, which i
pected to be h ld in the Grange
Hall.
The vent \\ ill feature a
grand prize of a 19 8 Crosley,
stati n wagon, furnished by;
Whitaker Motor Sales Co. in
Wilmington. Th.i ar is now;
on di play at Ki er' Garage,
Main and Miami sts. It 'Xill re.
main there until it is given ,a-
way at 11 P; M. Oct '
16 . ..
The Waynesville Athletic
Association, which has run out
of ,funds due ' to , insuffiCient
spectator supp'0rt of its, soft- '
ba.ll league, W1n recel ve all the
proceeds from a two.dar show-
mg of "The Knockout' at the
Twin Theatre next Wednesday
and' Thursda, to enable the'
league to fintSh ' its remaining
three weeks of play, followed
by play-qffs. . , '
Funei'al servi e were held
this afternoon at Stub
Home with Rev.
Here Are More 'Cute Kiddie" Entries
Graham in c!large. B "'"'-'-''''-L-.-'-'-'''","--_ .
in Miami Cemetery.
,The Joe Palooka feature will CHESTER McKEEVER
be accompanied by <;>0 Chester LeRoy McKeever, 9.
football'. One Run month-old son of Mr. and Mrs.
Elmer w111 feature Bu.ster George McKeever of Waynes.
ton, recalled by old-timers, 10 ville, died at 2: 15 A. M. Sund;ly '
the tale a lad try. , in Mianii Valley' Hospital'. In
109 to wm spurs m "fast" addition', to his parents he is
baseball company . ' survived by several brothers and
All ballplayers m the local sisters.
have tickets .for the pro. Funeral S J'yi ' were held
gram; or they may. b.e bought Monda.y afternoon in the Stlllbbs '
at the theatr.e box office. Funeral Home witb Rev.. Byron
Carver officiating. ,Buria,l in
Miami Cemetery.
Here are some mOr of the
entries in the ' M iam i Gazette's
' recent' "Cute Kiddie" contest.
From 'left to right they are:
Cheryl Ratlif.f, 2 year,:, old
daughtecr of Mr. and Mrs. E. T.he: ,Soc.iety of
, of WaYnes.
Ville M'ethodlst Church will hold
.acov.e(ed dish hmcheon at noon
n'ext , Thursday ' in 1he church
bas,ement with a Dayton speak.
er to: address the ,group.
Ernest, Lacy" age 61 years GRANGE ,TO HONOR
died very suddenly of a heart
, ,The ' September meeting of
St. , Mary's, Clu,b 'will begin with
a Pot. Luck Supper at the Rec-
torv at 6:30 P. M., on Sunday,
Sept. 12th. Please bring cov.
ered diSh and your own table
service. Coffee will be fu ish.
ed.
")ATRONIZE GAZETT
ADVERTISERS
attack 011 Tue da of last week; SCHOOL TEACHERS
at a cottage at Six Lakes, MiCh. , Parmers Grange' No. 13 will
' where h and Mrs. Lacy and hoJd an open ni,eeting and re-
Mr. and Mrs. A:rchie ception for new and old teach.
a cO!lple of ets in 'the Wayne.sville schools
flshmg. His. mAther, Mrs. Emma nn Thursday evenmg, Sept. 16'.
Lacy, and S1ster Mrs. Eva Young ' There will be refreshments and
also ' live at Lytle. The body a program by the Grange.
was. brought to the Miller and
9n funeral ' H Ime in Dayton
en ice w r held Saturday
afternoon. Burial was in Wood
Ian i ,Cern te.ry. A of
rel'ativ s an j friends , from here
attended the funeral.
. Mr. and Mrs. Wade Turner
an .i s llS have returned to
Phoenix, Arizona, after spend.
ing the 'summer here with re.
lative .
B. Ratliff of Route 3; Berni'ce
and Benny Jo purkey" aged 6 '
and i, children qf Mr. and M'rs.
C. L. Purkey of Route 1; Tom'
my and Johnny Hartsock, 4 and
5, sons of Mr. and Mrs. ' J. ,S.
Hartsock of Route 2. ' ' ,

Birtlu
. Born to Mr. and Mrs. Will-
iam Pennington a daughter,
Sundav Sept. 5 at the home ,of
Mrs. Pennington's ' parents at
Ky. " .
The County W. C.
T. U. Convention will be 'held
in the Waynesville Methodisl'
Church, on friday, Sept. 17. The
p will start' at 1 0 a. m.
J::'ach one; ' will please brin g
a, covered di h a.lld her OWll
tahl service.
,'" 'II " ... ...
by D .J. FRAIZER
eptember 3, 1948: Thistles
and iron-weed, handsome but
The thistle is, the
national flower of Scotland. I
, do not know if those decorating
our landscapes at the present
time are descendants of Scotch
immigrants or whether they are
natives. But they are sturdy
and stubborn as anv Scotchman
yet they are beauUful. They-
say mul es will eat them but ' I
haven't seen Jeanette lunching
on them. I t is true that I
hayen' t as many in the pasture
where she is as I have in some
other places. In the market in
Dayton one day I sa\v a stand
filled with .great , bunches. of
whIch were
..bought eagerly at twenty-five
weather. However yesterday it
wa rmed up enough 5.0 that the
kids ' wanted to go swimming,
so we went. It was nice but the
water was a little chilly, just
right for a short swim but
not warm enough tu stay all
afternoon. That is the time the
TW'I.N,
. ,
Lenses
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,FOX HOLLY
Flash! Att'en,tiOIi! Big doings!
Next Wednesday and Thurs-
da , Sept. 15 and 16, the Twin
Theatre is turning over its
facilities to the local Softball
league for a be
ll
efit perfor.
mance, all proceeds collected
to go to the league. At 6:30,
8 :30 and 10:30 on those two '
nights "The Knockout", a hil-
arious Joe Palooka-Knobby
'Walsh feature movie" plus
,sports and c y S'lOI"i. , will '
be, screened. For 75 cel I
donation (price per ticket)
you'll get an entertaining even-
,. cents a bunch and after all,
why nof? Not many flowers
make more ' beautiful decora-
tions. ' -
, high griees keep people home. '
When I had a season ticket I
us d to go in often on days
like that and just have a half
hour or Ie s and if I had, some
unu ed wim on a
ticket I would probably 'do the
same. The life guard was ex
pressing some of his ideas. He
likes to see the kids swim and
I)a ve a good time but he thinks
too many little children who
can, not swim are alJowed" to
come on Mondays without any
grownup with .them. They try
their b,est to keep their eyes on
all of them but it is so easy f<;'H
a littl e one to fall or 'go under
while they are looking at some
other that it nearly gives them
nervous prostration. "Eighteen
cent baby itters" is what he
ays they ar,e. griev-
ance was the large groups that
came from other on
, The hO,t weather Monday ,' without a s4fficient
w.lth a storm and a ,number of adults to take care
httle hall. Smce then It has been ' .'of them. Another was the notes
unseas<?nably cool for. several from anxious mamas, saying
'. mg, plus helping the leagu,e re
coup it financial situa1ion.
Ti ket - may be ecured from
your favorite ball players, and
at the Twin box office. Sports
lovers and 'community-minded
citizens, krnowing the value of
softball to this town, will wallt
to support this benefit. But
the main point yom columnist
wants to bring out is this: 'For
your cooperation wi th ' this
Benefit Night, you'll re_
ceive as good a night's enter
tainment as y'ou'U fiItd this side
of the Great Way. I
kriow. I saw tile preview of the .
days, , coat and fireplace "Please make SuseY:.cohle out at
_ four o'clock."
TIuJ' credilor Iwu aJI(IQY, a beeter
memory ahan ,.lae debaor.
SEPTEMBER
t-MoJor BOllon police
Itrik., 1919,
100RadiUm discovered J 898
There were so man'y things
that I wanted to do this week
,before school beKins b,ut. here it
is Friday anq So The
not weather hurried the
of the peaches.so that when we
went to one of the orchards
that advertised come-and-
ipick - them - yourself we
found them almost over , ripe. '
program last night. '
Briefviews: Lai1t time tonight
for "The Egg and I." Don' t
miss it. It goes out of circulation
in October. '
, Pleasant part about ."Black
Hills" (El), ' showing Satur-
day onlY
t
is th3,t., interspersed
between ,the fist and fights
, of thi,s quick.tempo , Western,
some sweet' saddle:! music floats .
forth .. Eddie Dean apd Roscoe
Ates star, ,and E jdie, aided by
the u:Plainsmen", sings , HBlack
Hills" ; "Punchiilello" ; an
"'Let s Go Sparkin".
"But we som ... 'and no:"
most of them are canned or m
the freezer. I the frozen
ones come out as well a they
did last year. I t'ried something
new this year. The problem is
to have things in' small enough
quantities so this year I tric,d
using two' cellophane bags in
one container. Last year when
I opened a ' package of frozen
peache it more t'han I
could eat at one ttme. Some
times' the unea'ten part turned
bro\\ttl befpre, it was used but,
this way I it will keep thc
porti n fresh for an_
1S-f'1J'S1 party nom11lcl11lQ th t' l' b
, conven 101:1 opens. 1812, 0 er tme. Ima ean are
Even on the moon a man is
not safe,' for another woman
crosses Brick BradfordJs path in
tJl e 4 th chap ter of the se rial
skowing Saturday and entitled
"Into The VOlcano.". New
scientific wonders 'are sought,
w\ih dire results. Y ou'l) be
breathless, . and you may be
lucky ' with the, right number on
your BB, c.ard. Last Saturday
Mrs. B.essle Thompson of
Waynesville was the winner. .
" WlfUP' "'... ' cotninK in the n wand I
fj.i ____ ..... ..... ,...... want to freeze some f them be ...
U8e The It 1m"""" T
Check The Weather'
But Use
GAZETTE

. To Buy, Sell. Re'-;t,
, Loa" , r-,rrc.w, '
AllY Time of The Yer"
AN OUNCE OF
PREVENTION
IS W,ORTH
--0-- '
cause th.J is somethhcr elSe that
i better frozen th:-" .'1 canned,
,And while au are canning don' t
forget 'some cans of fruit or
t()matoes fOf ' the Children'S
Hospital or a few glasses at
jelly.
A cross-countrs romance in
wh'jch laughs and thrills are
'said to outdo each other, Para-
mount's" Hazard" is the feature
- attraction for Sunday and 'Mon
' .... . Mr.' Wether_ "day. Co-starring Paulett,e God.
hold of Galhpohs were week 'dard and MacDonald Carey in
,end guests C! f. Mr. and a story on Hoy Chanslor's
E. Anders<;m. ' In thelT well known novel about a pen-
1. 0 ,1 r, .. Mr. and Mrs . . Ahderson niless society girl who can t
as' Saturday evel'!mg guests stay away from g'amblirig, Paul.
Mr. and Mrs. LewI,s Thomp.- ette 'le'ads Carey' 'a ,merry chase
son, Mr. , and Mrs. Earl, Conner before he eventually . takes her
and son, Mr.. and Mrs. M. F. . irt tow, and discovers a cure for'
Weltz, -Mr. and Mrs. Gharles her obsession. Fred Clark, a's a
Apderson Jr. and ,son, Mrs. relentless, hard.boiled' gambling
RIce Snapp an,d Mrs .. Harold king, 'and Siapsie Maxie Rosen.
Anderson and chJldren. blbon'i 4$ a truck-d.iver, add
Mrs. Martha Graves of Ha-
zard, Ky., is v,isiting her
M'rs.. John Treadway, and is
assistili.g in: her ' care. '
color to 'the ad.ventures. "Haz-
. ard'" holds some gO'od, ' authen.
tic shots of the seedier side of
los Angeles, including the not.
'orioustank of V',s Anf.; e1 "
a p und f cure. Our regular '
servicing of your car keeps it in
A No. 1 cOl)dition ... assures
you safe, smooth, carefree drive
mg'. ,let us service your car ,
every 1,000 miles., It's the wise
GaodiYear
'Sbo, .e._la.
, .
Invi,sible Half SOli,ng
OrthopediC Corliection,;
"Cork Extensions
\ thing to QO! Call 234,1 FOR
PICK-UP SERVICE.
aenty H. . Moeller
111.13 E. MuIMrry St. IQANON,
jail, where Paulette sp'ends a THE MIAMI GAZETTE . PAGE.
night All together It'S a fast Ohio No. 4385
clip movie with no dull mom Thursday, Sept. 9, t948
ents. WB ' News and a good
short 'round out the bill. . tickets may be bought both
' Fred Mac Murray, does ni O'hts -at the for the
interestingly ' different part 10 7 c donation price providing
"Singapore" (UI), on , the there are seats left in the
screen Tuesday only. a theatre. Better to get your tick
da hing! adventurous American ets in advance, however, than
who enJ oys the excitement and to risk ' the disappointment of
risks 'in sJ11uggling, MacMurray not being "in" on the league
goes 'thru an entertaining roo Benefit party.
m.antic 'story with the
of the Orient and its conscient- -------
ious secret police as back Ross Plarick has returned to
ground. He is ably ' assisted by his hQme after a few days at
Gardner who, bv the way, the hospital in Columbus, where
wears some most attractive he went for observation and
gowns. It's a good yarn, full , of treatment. .
sustained suspense.
"Killer' , McCoy" (MGM.).
starring Mickey Rooney, ' WIlt
11ave only one day's run at tHe
Twin on Friday, due to the man.
agement s decision to give
Thursday, as, weJI as Us "dosed"
day to the Softball .
BenefIt party. It reveals
Mickey Roonoy in 'his first mat-
ure role, that of a two-fi sted
,tough guy ' who fights his way
up from the gutter to greatness,
and who e loyaltv makes him
stand by his ne'er-do-well
father. J ames Dunn, academ y
award winner, Ann Blyth" acad-
emy award nominee, aHa Brian
Donlevy do tremend01:1s work
in supporting roles. Rooney's
fight scenes in the ring, for
which he t,rained a month before
film.ing started, are highlights.
Wish the Twin could hold this
movie over, but it's on a , tight
schedule for 'bookings ,else.
where.
Although the Softball LeagUe
hopes advance ticket sales wiII
'ensure a full 'house both Wed-
nesday and Thursday nights,-
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THEIR SECURITY RESTS
WITII YOU!
.Yes, the education of your
children, their entire future wel-
fare, is your responsibility. Dis-
charge it conscit!ntiously and
EASILY by sa'ving REGULAR-
Lv. We are ready to ' he,lp y :J.
now. ' Stop in!
Waynesville
Nation 11
Return School by Greyhound ,.
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'to your campus by Enjoy
Greyboon<l's service to colleges any-
where in the nation.
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DEEP CUSHIONED COMfORT
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Charter Greyhound bill to the ,
!k
REMEMBER, wbeh tbe football .
, opens, keep your sorority.
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7 TI1E MIAMI GAZETT.
Waynesville, Ohio No. '4385
Thursday, Sept. 9, t 948
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BOB' O'REGAN
The rise of (rv Mulford's
Fairley Hardwares' is currentl v
the chief topic in\ local softball
circles. Kicked around a little in
the 'first half, the red-clad
"warriors" are now the hottest
team in the league, especially
since defeating the American
Legion nine in a "croocial" , bat.
tle for first place. Johnny Ro
gers who has southpawed most
Fairley's victo;nes, is pro-
bably the number 1 reason' for
recent successes but the entire
team plays inspired ball and
it would be very difficult to
&numerate stars, except to say'
Bob Osborne continues to hit
well in the pinches and Earl
Quigley, firstsacker, ' seemingly
has found the right stance and
is blasting the ball ta all fields.
get better instructions for 75
cents (the price of the tickets)
and of course all us ol'dtimers
will enjoy those shorts too, just
for the of tt. Mr. and Mrs. Claude Riggs ojf
However the rest of the Social Row were dinner guests '
shorts on this specIal, special of Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Clark
program are also interesting on Tuesday evening of last
and include 'Football Highlights week, in honor of the, birthday
1947 and "shots" from Max ' of Mrs.. Riggs: , .
Cairey's star) Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Prieur
AIlGirls Baseball teague plus of petroit were recent guests
"quickies" of other sports to of Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Long:.
be found on Florida sun-kissed acre.
beacHes. All in all customers are Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Pursley
assured of seeing two solid and sons acco,mpanied their
hours of sports..dealing pictures g\lests, Mlfs. Bryan Shinkle and
and remember it's for a good children to their home in Ports
so rally around this show mouth and spent Saturday and
and prove your Sunday, Mg. 29 and 30 there.
you are. 10 keep- Mr. and Mrs. Thomas White
'mg the FIeld arcs on ' of Dayton spent Thursda.y
for the of the season, afternoon of last week with
with Dayton umpires ,operating. their cousin, Mrs. NetUe Enl.
Remember there will be t.hree rick.
shows each of the two mghts Mr. and Mrs. Rich'ard Moore
at 6 :30 i 8 :30 and 10 :30 P. M., Mrs. C 1 e m mi e Zimmer.
The Junior American Legion man of Dayton and the former's
baseball nine closed their season aunt Mrs. Martha Perry of New
Sunday, dropping a one sided Lebanon spent Wednesday eve.
contest, 1S-1, to the Davis nin with Mr. 'and Mrs. ' J. , B.
Coal to. of Dayton. However Jones.
the locals did not fare too badl
v
,Mr. and Mrs. George Custen.
in this, their first actual sea border and sons .. attended the
son, as managed to play an Montgomery Fair, at Dayton
even .500 season, M'n1\ing 8 Monday and evening.
a couple of weeks with his
parents at Lebanon, Va.
Lytle Sunday School is hav-
ing a "blue and white" contest
in attendance, announced by
Mrs. Henrv Saylor, Supt. (t will
end Rally Day arul -
coming on Sunday Oct. 10.
Those from Lytle who at-
tended the Eastern Star picn ic
supper at near
Franklin, Sundav evening
Mrs. Susan Saylor, Mr. and
, Mrs. J. B. Jones, Mr. Therle
Jones, Mr. and Mrs. Ev:erett
Early, Misses Charlotte and
Caroline Burnett" Bobby Mor
gan, Mr and Mrs. Fred Rush
and family Jack Hammond, Mr.
and Mrs. William Strouse and'
Mrs. Leah Mills.
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Mr. , and , Mrs. Baird returned
Saturday after a mofor trip thru
West Virginia and. Pennsyl.
vania ..
Mrs. Charles Oils and child-
r'en of ,Dayton spent the week
at the Baird home, while Mrs.
Oils helped the Baird girls and
Bett
v
Campbell iq the grocery.
Mrs. J. B. Jones s.pent Tues.
day with Mr. and Mrs. Alfred
Jones and Mit's. Mary Knear
'an d children at Southern Hills.
M'r. and Mrs. Dora Sellers
Howland of Dayton, formerly
of near Lytle, are visiting their
son at Arcadia, California.
Mrs. Howland and son 'visited
their cousin, Will H, Bonnevill,
at his home in Los Angeles.
Pre-Schooll'Jursery
pan ored by Lebanon Y. M. C. A.
For Cnildren 3
lh
years 6 years of age
BEGINNING SEPT. 27th
9:15 M. to 11 :45 A. M.
5 a week
Cour e includes: Dancing, Singing, Elocution ane "
Play Time
Next Wednesday and Thurs. out' of 16, encounters. Next Mr. and Mrs: E. B. Longacre
day, 15 and 16 September, the year, with most of the lads are visiting the former's aunt, ' .
gathering spot ,for all sllorts- should be a very M!"s. Sarah Tharp and other rei.
minded people of the local com. - strong JUDlor club. ahves at Augusta, W. Va.
munity should be the Twin Bob, Allen's American Legion Mr. and Mrs. Leon Salisburv
,Theatre , whe,re on each ,night nine crosses. bats with Mason of C. H. spent Sun.
the are to be turned ove'r Sunday at 8 P. M. day evenmg with the
to the loeal m order tp Softball games for Sept. 15. mother, M-rs. Nettie Emrick
keep the toop functioning .for , 16 are ppstponed until furt1ler ' Everett Clark of Dayton
the remainder of the season. notice. , spent Sunday aftern<;>on amd
Tickets for this pecial shaw are evening with his parents, Mr.
being sold by your favorite Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Borden and Mrs. Wilbur Clark.
oallplayers and the Twin box had as Saturday evening 'dinner Milton Jones ent red Witten.
office, pick up several and guests, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Eyre, ' burg College at , Springfield
enjoy a ' good evening of sport , Miss Marsha Myers of. Spnng. Tuesday, wliere he will special.
pictures, which has ,for the boro and Chester Pugh of Cin- iz 3 in music. '
ture "The Knockout" starring ci nnati. , " Alfred Rasnake is spending ,
Joe Palooka and Knobby
Walsh of comic.strip fame.
Those of you who are familiar
'\\, ith Leon Errol c medies will
find the bald-I1eaded cometty
a dist at honie I in his , role ' of
Palooka's manager. Joe Kirk '
\\ ood alooka.
Also included in the program J
is a series of shorts dealing with
pitching, batting, fielding and
baserunning and you'll enjoy
seeing such famous persons as
Rogers Hornsby; Joe Vosmik
(now Dayton's manager); the
deceased Lou , Gehrig; .Joe
Cronin, Billie Werber; Wesley
Ferrell; Schoolboy Rowe; Tom.
mv 'Bridges and others. Really
you young ballplayers couldn't
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neither difficult nor expensive. Here are a few of the
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Prom the three-wire entrance service lines to the far.
thest oudet in hO,use or building, be sure your
electric wires are heavy enough to carry ample current
for your needs, present and future. Only with
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can you guard against and voltage drops '
that dim lights and reduce the efficiency of. motors and
appliances. "
Plan to include enough heavy duty cu:cuits and outlets
for portable utility motors in granary, barn, repair shop
or garage. It it a good idea to ,include several spare
terminals far ,addition of more circuits as your fut\l1'e
, needs may require ,them.
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ahead -in and out of house or farm 'bUildings, up( and
down steps, about the yard and feed lot at chore time--'
maQy a painful accident.
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7th to 12th Grade Students Are Invited
To Enter Presidential Essay Contest.
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Play Safe and Call
Veterinarian When
Your Pet Is Sick
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' 'ere are five typical Presidential Medals whlch wUl to
,\ . mers In the Presidential Contest open to all Junior anil 'Rnlor
,11gh school student.. The medals are made b1 &he United States MID'
and are each three Inches 8eross. Shown above are the medals for
Presidents Wilson, Monroe, Grant and Garfield. write an essaY' .
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his mother ot father and the
teacher he selects at the ti m'e
f ubmittin ' his e a will all
g t o Wa hin t n with aH .
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Prompt Advice by '.'Dog's Best
F.iend" Can Save Much
Misery
l ' 11 \ inn r ..: in til I )(al The dog is "man's best 'friend"
. . j ' I "h . "11 I but the dog's fr :cnd is his ..
J lin luI' , LI1 n lur lJ . C veterinarian and the best advice I
t ""l " that can ,be give.n to the owner 01 I
It' j - II .::i mpl cont e t. a sick or injUied dog is to "run, I
You may pick any Pre id'Ilt don't walk" to the vete;r inarl an, I
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kll , i 1 " n ur n \ ' \1 \ ' ri ,wh According to the CC!lter, thou-
.you thin'k h \ a :1 ;reat 1 I' ,_ sands of dogs li ' e out their lives "
i nt, in misery or die needlessly be-
cause thetr mlsguided though well-
\! ri te n 1 a f the meaning own.ers either ignore I
pap "r, putt in,)' ur , .gra:le symptoms of di.;ease in their pets
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or else througo t he u e of home .
10 , ani a:l:l[' in th u'per r emedies and treatments, ' put off
r i.C ' t ' han orner, to,!!,etllet' obtaining t he advice of a vetel' i-
with the nam.e of the teacher narian until it is too late.
. One of the Commoncst mistakes
/ \\' ho 11:1 . 11 11'1 d y 1I gain . know_ dog owners make is to attempt to I
len '" f or the ' -. :1\, ; . worm a puppy at f,ome. Some of I
a'} th ic to til Pre idential the very sickest dogs veterlna-
C nt t E itor f th Miami rians see 'are puppic:. which the
owner has attempted to worm
tt n .t tat r tJ an himself wi t h drug-sto.re remedies .
ni ght, t her Worm medicines are of ity
composed of tox.ic and poten drugs
and are definitely unsafe in ' the
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bands of the average dog owner.
n 1 7, <l J er I') n . ' . r.' Asi de from the danger involved in'
7 00 .. jni ured \\ ' ll k-. worm treatments. many dog
Ill,!; on ru ral hl g!'\v:1 v . In '1, ,?wners do not realize that there
untr, walk on the ' 1 f t 118 more than one type of worm
h ulder of the r a:l -- an:l \\;t.: :1 . wit.h a dog may infested
white r carr a li cr ht . I that dIfferent are re-
, . ' , qUlred to be' effectlve ng inst the
n ig h t ! several types of worms,
Carune ear. eye and tooth trou-
bles should receive prompt pro-
READ GAZETTE Classified Ads fessional attention, too. Running
cont st, after winning the l ocal
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Miami G zette in th tate-wi:le
conte t for the trip to Wash-
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. or sore eyes, if unattended, can
lead to ulceration and e-/entual
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of pain and can cause toxemia and
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I7'AGE 5 TH E M ; AMI , i E. I I :::
Wayne ville, hi No, 438 5
Thursday, pL 9, 1948

IT'S SO PEACEFUL.,IN"THE COUNTRY!
" ,:"," '. ,' :" , ;:)
()" io citizens this ,summer are finding welcome relief from stuffy and apartments at thoust: nd.
of ,picnic' areas and parks throughout the state. ,typical ,picnic area is Sharon Woods, 12 miles ,
Cincinnati on Route 42. The locale ,in Sharon ',Woods is the large artificial lake in the central part of
nark. ..
Timely farm tips, submitted
by rural folks, provide a special
featiJre on the 4'Your
Land, and My Land' sponsored ,
by PfIster Associated Growers,
producers of Pfister hybrid seed
corn, over Stafion ,WRFD, each'
Monday, Wednesday; and Fri-
day moming from 7: 15 a. m.
Real ' Estate
Listings Wanted
Buyers Waiting ,
Roy E. Smith ,"
R. R. 2 Waynesville
On State Rt. 48, 'h North
of Rt. 7'3
Phone Centerville 7056
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PREPARE 'FOR WINTER
NOW!'
BE; READY W.ITH A RELIABLE OIL BURN,ER
,COLEMAN
QVO' THERM
ESTATE
SUPER FLAME
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MOItRIS CAIt NOVSKY
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All funds fo r ' these two days.
go t th LOCAL SOFTBALL
LEAGU E: Cc.. mmuni ty-mind
ed and patronize this, showing:
Ticket from any baJJ player or
boxoffi e, "

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TEL. 2661 , HOT POPCORN
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RELAX IN OUR UPHOLSTERED CHAIRS AND '
ENJOY THE COOLED AIR ATMOSPHERE
LAST TIME SAT. ONLY
TONITE TO SEE BLACK HILLS
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WEEKLY CASH AWlARD
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Gamble with PAULETTE
GODDARD in
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CAMPTOWN RACES
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SOFrBALL NITES, WED-THURS. SEPT. 16 .
WE SINCERELY HOPE THAT OUR REGULAR PATRONS
PLUS YOU STEADY SOFTBALL FOLLOWE.RS CROWD OUR
:THEA TRE TO CREATE A SIZABLE 'FUND FOR CON-
TINUED LEAGUE OPERATIONS. THIS IS TRULY A COM.'
MUNITY FUNCTION - LETS ALL HELP OURSELVES!
The Miami Gazette
B8TABLI8BBD 11&0
Publi.hed Ev,,">, Thunday
At Wayn.svill., Ohio
CARL G. 8M ITH, Ed.itor
Entered al lecond ola .. matter at the Poat OHlce
SUBSCRIPTION' RATEI
,1.50 a 'Yea,. ,In Advance
,
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Events Coming Up
50 Years
Ago
(From the Miami Gazette of
Sept. 7" 1898)
(To have events listed in, this calendar, notify' The Miami GUette
before 4 p. m. Tuesdays.) , . '
We will pass over the front
!page of the paper which con
tains items about the war. This
page very grimly reminds us,
of , days preceding V -J Day,
three, years ago, when we
celebrated the climax, of the
terrifying years of war.
> :30 p.
T4rning the page we come
to "Notes & the page
of local, news and ads.

, Excerpt: C. H. Sherwood
and wife ,drove to Xenia Sunday.
Th'ey attended the conference
m. there. They were most delight-
fully entertained by Mr. ,So A.
Scarff and family. '
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Shiloh's Consumption cure
cures where others fail. It is
the leading' cough cure and no
home should be without it.
Pleasant to take and goes right
to the spot.
TUESDAY, SEPT. 14
Softball, Miller's vs. 8 p. m . .
WFJ;>NESDAY, SEPT. 15 '
Wayne Township Trustees, 7 :30 p. m.
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Softball benefit movie at Twin Theatre starts at 6:30 p. m.
THURSDAY; SEPT . 16 '
ben'efit movie at Twin Theatre starts at 6:30 P. M.
W. S. C. S. luncheon in Methodist Church, 12 noon.
All persons interested in the
Saturday Normal will meet at
the Waynesville school building,
room 4, next Saturday, for 'tne
purpose of making definite ar-
rangement for the work.
See - our 25c plaid Jackets
.Haines & Co. .
Whew! But Septe:mb r
in with burning heat. '
All the G. A,' R. Post of the
county will assemble at County
Headquarters, No' 41 t ' Elm
Street between 4th and 5th,
Wednesd'ay at 8 :30 to
take part in the G. A. R. Parade
as.. a county battalion. The
Waynesville band will furnish,
the music fo r the Warren
County Battalion in the parade,.
All comrades are cordially invit
ed to. attend.
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LETTERS
To the Editor
GMtBLING PROTESTED
RIght on Main Street there
is a disgraceful situation that
ouJtit to be looked into 'by
someone interested in the wel-
fare of Waynesville's youth.
In the living room of a local
resident, boys in their teens
meet regularly to play cards for
money. Not for harmless match.
sticks, but' for money which
they worked or finagled at
some length to Winn-
ings, presumably, go into pin-
ball, more card games, or other
a,musem'ents. Losings are re ,
placed by begging at home, for '
more money on some excuse
J believe , that, when a boy
is old enough to be self-support
ing, it is his own choice whether
or not to gamble. But so long
as he is still in school he ought
to be restrainea from it. And no
one whO permits boys to gam-
bl e in his home can be
less. , '
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Parents, let's this situa-
tion out in the open and do
something about tile forms of
recreation OUt teen-age boys
chao e for themselves.
WORRIED
FRESHMAN WEEK PLANNED
AT WILMINGTON COLLEGE
A full four.day ' program of
orientation, testing, getting ac-
quainted, and regi tration will
greet 200 new Wilmington CoL
lege students when the fall
semester at the College ' gets
under way with Freshman
Week, ,Monday, Septembe'r 13.
Activities begin Sunday even.
'ing with a supper for the early,
arrivals and do not end until
two weeks later with the week. MT. HOLLY METHODIST
T. M. Scarff, Minister
Sundav SchOOl 9 :30 a.m.
Earnhart, Supt.
'Norship Service 10 :30 a.m.
P G" I end Freshman,. Camp at Fort
, oor mr, Hill. However, Monday thru
METHODIST CHURCH
R.B. Coleman, 'Minister
Church Schoof ' 9 :30 a.m.
J. J. Burste, Supt.
Worship and Sermon .
10:30 a.m.
Special Music
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ST. MARY'S' EPISCOPAL
Samuel N. Keys, Minister
Morning Prayer 10 :30 a.m.
FRIENDS
I 9 :30 a.lQ.
Meetin2" for Worship ,
' 10:30 a.m.
.,
. vening Service 7 :30 p.m.
CAESARS CREEK FRIENDS
,Rev. Da:vid Stanfield, M'inister ,
She- Oh, pleas; don t tease Thursday- will be given over' en-
me smg. I m, so hoarse tirely to orientation. These in-
to-nIght that I.can h,ardly elude two banquets, two parties,
make a a . picnic, a pep raUy, l. Q. and
He. Ye,s, J That. s why aptitude tests, meetings to ac-
Sunday School to Lm.
Worsliip Service t t a.m.
] thm,k It a tIme to ' quaint the new comers with the
have It ,!,Ith. traditions of the campus, ' re."
UTICA E. U. ,B. CHURQI E !Jack School
W
'll' Sh .. xammer. 'Wlbat part of
kev .. , I Jam annon speech is the word am"? Smart
Sunday School . 9 :30 a.m. ' Youth: "What, . the 'am what
Mrs. Garnson. Supt. , you , eat sir or the 'am' what
Preachmg 1st and lrd Sundays you is ?l, ,
each month 10 :lo a.m. ____ . __ _
,Evening Services 7 :30p.m. READ GAZETTE CI ... lfied Ada
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I .YTL METHODIST
CQURCH
, Dr. 'Joseph Myers, ,Minister
Sunday Schoof , 9:30 and KOOGLER
AUCTIONEERING
quirements, function of the
various departments and student
organizations, physical examin.
THE MIAMI GAZETtE PAGE J
Waynesville, Ohio No. 4385
Sept. 9, t948
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ations, re'gisfration, a radio
broadcast from the campus,
and even a session on "How to.
Study in College".
Following are the names 9f
freshmen from this area:
Earnest Moore, Harveysburg;
Jnabelle Coffey, Morrow; Wil.
ter McCarren, Waynesville; Pa,t.
sy Young, Lebanon;' Louise
Weller, .Spring' Valley; Francis
Gilmore, M,orrow; Earl Romohr,
Loveland; Earl Everett Wil-
son, Lovel;md; Ellen Faye
Grapevine, Loveland; James
Hough, Lebanon i Harold Mc.
in, Pleasant Plain; James
Motsinge'r, Char.
lotte Wade, Lebanon; Bernard
paley, W:aynesvillei Colleen
Williamson, Harveysourg; Tru.
Casson
h
Franklin; Qffutt
M,orris, Sout Lebanon.
REGISTERED BULL SOLD
Elmer Sheehan of Waynes.
ville, Ohio recently sold the
lilUlI Ewing's Buster No. 89419
to E. E. Mt Dowell of Williams.
port, Ohio according to a 'report
from Fred Idtse, secretary of
the Brown wlSS Cattle Breed.
er" A sociation, Beloit, Wis.
Mr; and Mrs. A. H. Earnhart
and Mr. and Mrs. LaMar Earn.
hart have returned after spend.
ing- the past l,n
'w. C. ','BROWN,
PLUMBING & ELECTRICAl.

CONTRAcrOR
PHONE WAYNESVILLE
2949
WAYNESVIUE
CHURCH, OF CHRIST
, M. H. Coffey, Minister '
Bible School 9,:30 a.m.
Mrs . . Ruth Saylor, SupL
, Worship Service 10:30 a.m.
BROKERS l.iCENSE '
For 'Oat ., Phone 2894. Wavneavill.
Ohlo. ,. Reve .... Chara_
,The cost of the funerals we conduct is re
, gulated by the wishes of those we ,serve.
Moming Worship 10:30 A. M. FERRY CHUROi'OF CHRIST,
Young People's , Byron Carver, Minister
, " . , 7:t5 P. M. Bible Schaal 9:30 a.m.
Bvenin!" ,Service , 8 P. ' M. Momin\t Worship 10:30 a.m.
AUGUSTINE ' MeeT.:
, father , Krumholtz, Priest
7 :00 p.m.
Masses 8 and 1 e A.M. ' Evening Services 7 :30 p.m.

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DONE
AT The MIAMI GAZEITE
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IIOURS,
91 l each morning
15 afternoons except-

79 Saturday , evening
Other by
Appointment
TELEPHONE 62R
Dr. C. , E. Wilkin
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Optometric E7e Specialill
26 South Detroit lin.
UNI ,omo
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SCHOOL
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'" In the best looking clothes
in any class I That's how
you want ' your 'yoWlg
, scholars dressed thiS sea-
60n, so make us your back
to-school l1eadquarters for
the kids of alll\rades. Glv,
them a "clean start.
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PAGE S THE MIAMI GAZETTE
Waynesville, Ohio No. 4385
Thursday, Sept. 9, 1948

BAILEY-HARTSOCK ....
In a setting of white gladioli,
at the Ferry Church of ' Christ
on Friday evening Miss Phyllis
Jean Bailey, , daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Stanley H. Bailey, be.
came the bride of Mr. David O.
Hartsock, son of Mr. and Mrs.
James Hartso k. Palms and
lighted tapers in ,seven-branch
candel abra completed the
ground. ' - '
Rev. Herbert Graham, assi t-
ed by Rev. Byr n Carver, per-
formed the d uble rill g ere-
many, whi ch was ed'e:i by l
pr gram f nupti acl 1I1 U i with
MiN rnlf\ L ncr ' re a" pI,ani 'l,
ann Harts ck and Jim Hart-
s ck a 01 it. Rkhard Bradley
'V'la be t man and groom's
hrl, t: er, Jc' e and Jim Hartsock,
\i. ' re u h rs.
, i .. Bonnie atterthwaite,
bridesmaid, wore a pastel blue
w ( I, two-piece treet I length
(,r s , with all black acce sories
a ,d a cor age of pink I' I ud .
The ride, who was O" iv n i:1
marriage b
v
her father, chose a
blue-gray dressmaker suit, with
I.avy acce aries, her offl.the-
face hat being feather trimme 1.
She wore a corsage of white
roses.
I ' ,
The ceremonv was mr letec:1
with the singing of the "Lord ,
Prayer" by Dannv Hart ock a.
the couple kneeled on a satin
pillow.
The bride's , mother wore.
'brown 'and the grooms mother
chose grey with acce s-
ories, each wearing a corsag
of pink roses. '
'Close friends and, relatives at-
1eoded the reception, which
followed immediately at , the
home of the brides parents.
Misses Barbara ancl Mlary
Ftances Hartsock presided at the
'dining table, which was centered
with a decorated ,three-tiered
wedding, cake; , topped with a
miniature l.ride ,and groom:' This
was served with
ice cream and punch, 10 about
ninety guests. ' ,
The bride and groom left on
a short 'will
:.' n , occupy their home
i t> ' " recently purch.ased J11
Vv' ayne viJIe. ' ,
Mrs: Hartsock is a graduate
of Waynesville High Schoolhthe
Dayton Comptomete'r Sc 001
and IS with the Lowe Paint Co.
in Day tOil. Mr: Hartsock is also
a, graduate of Waynesville' High
School and is connected .. ith
the N. 'c. K ' plant in Dayton.
They were ho.nored Sunday
evening whe,n MIss Eula !Ioak
entertained, a group of fnends.
'Games were played and those
who received prizes presented
them ,to the bride and groom.
Refreshments 'were served. In-
vited ' guests qf the even ing
were:
Mr. and Mr. Davjd D.
sock Mr and Mr. Richard
Whit'aker, . Mr. and Mr. Will.
iam' , Rickey, Misses ,Frances
Whi,taker, I3011flie Satterthwaite,

[ Says]
8, Director, GAINES DOG RESEAACH CENTER
THE. POG NAMe '100- IS DERIVED FAOf1 THE.
LATIN WOROFIOUS"MIEAHIHG fAlllfFUL
Patsy Baird, Norma
Jennie Braddock, MIldred
Bourne, Fa,Y..e Creech" Judy
Conner, Eileen Brown and Don,
Byrd Lackey, Jerry Creech,
Da ve Straton, Don Brown,
Richard Sheehan, Richard Brad-
ley, Douglas Hendersonj Glen
Smith and Seth Hoak.
OR TRt.IIS1:'WORtHv
1HER! ARE ONLY
ABOUT 100 OF TfeE
ANC4ENT tlASTtFP
IN AMeRICA ATTHI
EASTERN STAR SESSION
Miami Chapter, O. E. S.
will meet in rezular session on
evening, Sept. 13, at
Ig-ht o' clock. Followin,g- the re.
gular busines se slon, the init-
Iatory w rk will he g- iven for
iX candidate . .
Mr. and Mr. Jame Hol-
man's, Dr. and Mr . Robert H.
Pr ston and Mr .. Jack Preston of
Cincinnati were Labor Day
week end ' zue ts of their par-
ent , Mr. and Mrs. J. K. Pre
ton. -
Miss Y von ne Stubbs and M,iss
PhyiHs Burnett were week end
guests of MLs MaryEllen Fisher
in Indianapolis.
Mr . D. C. Ridge was a 'Labor
ay week end guest of rela-
tives in Mansfield.
Land Bank' Loans
, ON FARMS '
NATIONAL
FINANCING
TO FIT YOUR INCOME
LONG TERAlS -
LOW INTEREST
LEBANON- N. -F. L. A
' . . .
LEBANON, OHIO '
OLD BANK BLDG. --,
I
PRESEHl' TIMe
NEARLY 3,000.000. or
AMERICA'S OOGS ARE.
PURE .. BReD SPECI-
MENS OF OFFICIALLV
RECOGN IIEI)
8REEP.s '
Mr. a.nd Mrs. J. C. Woods of
CenterVIlle were Sunday dinner
of Mr. and Mrs. Fred
, Hook. ' '
Mr. and Mrs. A. K. Day
were guests of relatives in and
near MJlford ' during the past
week.
, Nti . Audrey Eder of Kansas
City; . Kansas, was a recent
Kuest of Mr. and 'Mrs. J. B,
Chapmaq and number of social
affairs were given her honor.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Hook of
Wlilmington were guests of Mr.
and Mrs. Fred' Hook during the '
t week.

Mr. and Mrs. Glen Borden
were j{uests of in Ur-
bana on Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. M. F. Weltz
were Cincinnati visitors on Sat
urday. .
PATRON IZ,E ' GAZETTE
ADVERTISERS
, 4l1-AluItlinuIn
'-. .'
BABY STROLLER.WALKERs
LIGHT-WEIGHT AND DURABLE
WALI; PAPER AND PASTE AND SIZING '
C. E. BULBS - NU ENAMEL
KEMTONE'
Waynesville Furniture & App iance Co.
South Man. Street across from Hnlt
Telephone 2422 WAYNESVIllE. OHIO
. ,
How rna y things have you to'
fOI'cJo e s::. ' up
mcney to pay Co;, l' Ci:: :1:lPS in
. ' o:.r own c:;pc::ence you m . eq. 'all
um.:su:\l o1! .. o!tuulty to !i t or
to make a dream come hoe. You
simply didn" ha.ve enough, money.
M'l!ions of Americans are buy-
ing !O:avings BOJ ds eith2r ou the par-
tia.l p yment phn where they work
or on the Bnnd-!\-Mouih Plan where-
by your bank fuil
of a Bond montaly from the money
you have on t: cp.l : it. They will be
ready far but how
about you? S, 7'lc.;.sur y
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.....
Mr. and Mrs. Frank 'Hawke
and children, Mr. and M,rs. E. o. 'scon
Hartis Mosher and daughter, j\\r. Renresen,tin
rr
and Mrs. F. C. Hartsock f MiL t' b
ford, Mrs. Winifred Hartsock \Vestbeimer & Cumpany
alid son, David, were Sunday Members I'kw Y rk Stock
guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ronald \ :' :ll ! I other
Hawke, M,r. and Mrs. Frank " Exchanges
Hawke at)d children returned t b - Shares
their home in lllinoi on Mon- lJuuJ.::ht _ Sold - Quoted
day. Ph01 e Waynesville 2530
______
... BIG M-a "growing" favorite
BIG M for maxin1um yield
,of your wheat cropl BIG M
... hi&hest market qualityl
fertilizera for your need.,
every fertilizer bearing the
BIG M brand performs up
to that reputation it
J. always made up to highest
standarcb . ' . . never doWD to
a price.
ADd it'.' been that way for
more thaD twenty yean.
While our immediate con
eel'll i. that of .upplying
.. ore
Old. _ IroaI dealer lor llI1l.
'I1Ht Miami Fertilizer Company
OFFICE-DA YTON, OHIO
FACTOIY-TREBEIN, OH!O
TIr. Miami Pettilger .. an
independ.", Miami Valley
under direct oper.'ion ot ita olPllen.
AMBtIlANCf
_E'
2111
)'l' ISN'T A QUESTION OF
,JelLI NG. tn the matter of fu-,
there isn't any'
lI il1g at our pIa e. When
fa m il y tell us th amount
f they. wish to spend,
we Si mply help 111 the selection.
The total will nev r exceed
limi.t the famil y has set. This
our ' ldea of 'neighborly
'IC
McCtU,RE
HOM'E,
' WAYNESV'lllE. OHIO
To 'BUY. Sell, lrade
BeQI, Borrow, ,USE
, .
Ii A'ZE
CLASSIFIED AD
1o PER WORD MIN' MUM 250
DON'T F RGET TO CALL
us for ins'urnnce. All type of
insurance at a saving:, ' Call
Franci ,ene Brn \'n, nhon
Wa 'n svilJ 2472 , r f cal!
collett. \Vi lming-ton 2111.
f'OR SALE- "
WH ITE ROCK Fr v r ,
' ,Retallick. Ph 'n
Waynesville Rt. 1.
1938 CHEVROLET C ACH
with heater, Good runrun I
conditi qn. Je se Prend rgast.
Phone -99
SIflOTTED POLAND CH
Yeading ' b ar, regi. teredo
Lawrence Br wn, Waynes-
ville Rt. 2. I h ne 2 35.
, - 99
Stricti v Fresh Eggs For Sale.
Irvin Mulford, Phone 2723.
' -99
McCormick-Deer.ing Corn Bin-
der. Phone Centerville 7590.
-99
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APPLES J onafhans, Cort-
lands and Grimes Golden.
, Underwood Orchard, Har-
veysburg. Phone 2897.
-ind

JOHN DEERE Corn Binder,
power bundle carrier. Phone
2926. Charles Michener.
WHITE ENAMEL fUEL OIL
RANGE, like new. A'l 0 Pre- ,
mier ,electtic :sweeper, only.
' used twice. Phone 2352.- -
_, _,_ __ _ - 99
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FOR SALE , Siz e Cler: - ,
mount Base Burner, , new
bowl. Reasonable. Mrs. Effie
P. Cook. Third Sf. Wayries-
vUle. -916
CARD OF THANKS
I wish to thank my' many
fri ends who 'so kindly remem-
bered me with cards and flowers
, during my stav in the hospital
and my convalescence at home.
Mrs. Lester Shaffer.
WANTED l..aundryi to do in
my home. Quick ' Service.
Phone ,2986. --930
,
I
FARM EQUIPMENT
We can give you prompt, ef-
ficient service on your JOHN
DEERE Farm Equipment.
Stop in for estimate. Large
Stock of Genuine John Deere
Repa!rs.
BANTA IMPLEMENT Co. '
Lebanon, Ohio , Phone 55&
LOUDEN BARN
!
HAy TRACKS &. cARRIERS
ST ALKS and STANCHIONS
LITTER CARRIERS
WATER BOWLS
STEEL WINDOWS ,
BARN DOOR TRACK
GUTTER
Available Por Deliverv
Free Bam Planning Service
Call us for 'estimate at no obli-
gation.
BANTA IMPLEMENT C6.
ORDINANCE NO. 202
An Ordinance to amend Sect
ion II o(Ordinance No. 131 and
to fix the salary of the Cl erk
of the Trustees of Public Affairs.
Be it Ordained by the V irI age' '
of Waynesville, Warren County,
tate f Ohio:
.. tion I. That Section II of
Ordinance No. 131 be hereby
an:en ed a. nd that the Clerk of
the Village of Waynesville be
all owed for duties of the ClerK
f the Trustees of Public
the . lIm ' of Three Hundred.
Twenty-five D011ars ( $325.00)
p r an num, ' payable quarterly
f i'Ofl1 the public funds under
nt rcl of the Trustee of. Public
Affair. ,
Section H. That aU Ordin_
ance or part of ordinances or
am ,ndcnts of ordinances ihcon-
nt herewith be and the
arne ar hereby repealed, and
thi ordinance sball take effect
a.nd I e in force from and after
the earli est period allowed by
law. '
Pa . ed by Council this 3 rd
day f ept embe r
10
48.
, H. M. SHERWOOD
, Mayor
Attest: CHARLES JAMES
Clerk
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HU ts OJ ',.:
GOOD DOG
Few Simple Rules to 40(;3,: :,11"
Family Pet At His Best
Are Listed
By remembering a few simple
' rules of grooming,
and -tnenbme photographer
has a good chance of getting pic-
tures of his family pet which will
hold much of interest in years to
come, states the Gaines Dog Re-
search Center, New York City.
photographs of puppies and
dogs rate with pictures of babies
lor having the featest appeal and
human interes. In spite of the
fact that many amateur photog-
raphers are quite expert, they are
frequently disappointed in the ,re-
sults when they attempt a picture
, of their pet dog or pUppy. These
rules by the Center should
One of the first considerations is
that the' dog oe looking his best.
Long-coated dogs should be thor-
oughly combed and brushed ' so
tbat the coat wil1 stand_ out and
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:'
Twist In Biscuits
'made 'C-;o-rn of bfscuii with ' --
1,,;& n e ri nd and "Ug1lr roll ed intI) the dough. After baking, the
iJ!' ! wis l era have I I pebbly surface with a glisten of suger. (
,: ' C: if. bride ha.; l.aarned to make biscuits-and that sh" :j
" , " m l?ll!1S as diftkult as the cartoons \vould have us believe-;-.i1 :;
: ,! .. :! 101' an advan,:ed les60n that includes making orange twis t '1' "
, curls of bl$'luit dough have an orange flavor accented 'by
a' cr 'Jet of and ,hape enough to turn them into R culinary
trl\lJl'lph for the cook. ,
To form twilten. ftnt roll an Qrange rind-sugar mixture into the
hl.ouit dou;rb. Then cut the dough into strips, double eaeh strip over
and twh' with motion. For a variation, you might try braiding
atrips tOR:p.ther, pressing the ends firmly.
may be served wherever biscuits woul,d be proper,
.." _leo IllccompanY,' afternoon cups of coffee or tea.
ORANGE TWISTERS .
, 2 cup. alfted lour 2 to 4 tablespoons
} tCH pOt li S baki ns powder to 1,4 cup milk
I lehpocm SIlt ...r Orange Sugar
$Ii nl;mr. baking pc)wder and salt Orange Sugar into the dough. Cut
Cut o,r rub in shortening. into strips about three-eighths
l>:Uk tI> form a 110ft dough. inch wide. Double each strip over
... 011 lirhtly floured boat:<! end twist. Place on baking sheet.
IlDd kMad one-half minute. Pat or Bake in hot oven degrees F.) I,
out "'to eight.inch square ' 10 to 12 minutes. r'
Qe"" inreh thick. Roll Yield: About 18 three-inch :
Orange Sugar
, : Ublapoc)1U auslt ' \, 1 teaspo&n glated oralige riad
" .... and onmge rind tog i t er. ,
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SMITH ELECTRIC SERVICE
,
For that extra Receptacle
Or Anything ElectricBI
HOUle - Bam - Outbuildiaga
Call s ..
Waynesville 2704
C:.A.S B
THE MIAMI GAZETTE PAGE Q
Wayn Vi ll e, Ohi No . ..US'S
Thur ' Liay, ' S pt. 9, 1948
I
I
L'or You 1'0 F ... ." "-
:II hours every day 7 flnYJ ... .
\III lOl ," 'Icve: sto!,pillg. t ho .J, ' .p . j' "
.natter (rom t he bl Qd.
H peoplo w re nwnr .)( hv "
I< !! .., ys must cons t'an tl y 1' C'!'II OV'l SUr,
p . ..... !Iuid. exec s acids nnd oUt". te
mnt ter t hat cannol In lh l>l o" d
wi hout injury to hell l h, t" t' - I.' ,,'('old
be ' b t,t er . und rs a ndln 1" u'i, 'J 1,le
whole ,ystcro Is ups t w 11m id J neYtI ruil
to hlllction
n Hnin ' , scal\Ly or too inl\tl l'lIt U I' I IIU'
80m im II warllS t lmt bina
i s \'.'Tong. Y .u mny lIulT r nU\;lli\lg bs!'k-
a he. ' hC' ucinchell, diuiness. [il umadc
.- II ;,n8, .:,' l ; ng up at n ights, swell ing,
., W' , nllL try DOO,.'8 Pills? You wl U
n(' U,;\ ol ' a mediolne recommended the
over . Doan's stimulate the ClInc-
t i ," I' the k1dne)'. and help thcl1l ,6
out 1'I011l0nou8 wa.te Crom tl:n
T h y contain nothing liaT/llCul.
(,et D'uo,,' , t oday. v.. wit h cOllfider <:
A t drui storea.
.. ..
NORRIS BROCK COMPANV
Cino;nnatl 'Union 8too1< Vard.
Live Wlr. and iv.. An
Oraanization oond to non
8triotlv lIe r. on the beet
all around market In the
8!ERVICE THAT SATI8F.IE6
WlHlO. Dayton 12: 60 E. S. T.
Dial WlLWClnelnnatl
12: 40. DlaJ 700, for Our Dally
Market ' RepOl'I..
FOR USED CARS
A homely, lovable rascal
"
Dead Stock
$6.
00
; cows HOGS Cwt.
"CCORDING TO SIZE AND
,CALL
'1
Xenia 0 : 4 5 4 Char'_
I' A F e'rti izer
E. G. Buchsieb, Inc.
Any 'or
'Fred hn. Motor 'C,.r Co.
PHONE 3.
Armitage &: Son,
IAN,D aDd GRAVEL
BLACKTOP DRIVES
TAR _d ROAD OIL
LAWN and FILL DIRT
'.l'ELEI'IIONaI
WARl:8VILUI ..
1I0UOW If ... . '
LEBANON 0Iftee ..
........
READY-MIX CONCRETE
EXCAVATING and DUMP TRUCK SERVICE
Lebanon, Ohio Phone r. r: j -
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Tlte Miami
, .

Warren County is one of 17 Si.tV1NG WAYNeSVILLE SINCE 1850 1
It Says
Here

, out of Ohio's 88 , counties
whIch , de;lths outnumbered -.- FIVE CENTS A COPY
births in May, the last month WAY,NE8VILLE, OHIO . 18, 1948 '
for wh'ich statistics have been
sent out by the State Depart-
ment of Health. ,
,There were 1 2 deaths and
only seven births in this county
for that month. In the state
as ', a whole, here ' were 14,004
births and only 6453 deaths. '
, .
Masonic Lodge's lOOth Birthday
PROGRAM OF CENTENNIAL CELEBRATION
t
WAYNESVILLE LODGE No. 163, F. ' & A. M.
SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 18, 1948
, WAYNESVILLE LODGE, HALL
The figures for September
are probably worse. If the per-'
sent rate' keeps up, Wayne
d
TownshdiP ahlone will produce a Lodge Opens, ' 3 :00 P: M.
. ozen eat s this month, and L d H' t JOe t . ht P M t d K N H h
not many births are being re- , 0 ge IS ory". . ar wng , ast as er, an . . oug,
I
Ordained Sept. 8 Civic Club to Hear
, ' Col. Silk ODI Jet Cfaft
, M. H. COFFEY
Col. Joseph M. Silk of
Waynesville, attached to
Wright Field, will speak at the
Civic Club meeting Monday
night, ori Jet.Propelled aircraft,
a<;cording to A. H. Stubbs, prb-
chairman.
The meeting will be held at ,'
Boy Scaut cabin behind
Waynesville Hif!h School. Club
members, as sponsors of Troop
40, will get a chance to see the
place where the boys meet each
M,onda.v evening. '
All members are urged to at4
tend or send ,a guest in their
place, Maynard Weltz,
tary, said. The business session
will in,clude an i-
- cuss ion on the club s Fall Fes-
tival project.
ported. Past Master.
Social science teachers tell us Presentations, Raymond A. Younger, Grand Master. , ' M,. H. off , mini ter of
w., '. Plans
AU=Day SessIon Here
that cities never grow by their 50 Pin and Medal to: John O. Cartwright, (Oldest Living the Church of
own birth rates, but have ,to P. M. Waynesville Lodge) , . t mc la luly, was or-
draw on the y' oung people' from 25 Year Pins to' Loren G Brock Ethan C Crane Past Master' dam d to the mllllstry on Wed-
t .. , ., , ne day pt. 8 at tile' Chur!ch William L. White of Newark,
Jesse J. Mengle, E: ,Thqmas and Pearl A. . of Chr'i t in taunt n, Va., hi OhiO, unsuccessful candidate
from Ohio. Cuyahoga
1
Hamil- .' .Remarks by Past Dls,tn,ct Masters and hom town. - , ' for governor in the Ohin Repu_
other OlstmgUlshed VIsitors He has ri w returned to blican primary last -May 4, will
- - ADJOURN TO ' WAYNESVILLE HIGH SCHOOL Wayne ville and i planning a address the Warren County W.
all reported more than twice as 0 ' 6 P M serie , f nightl revival serv- C. T. U. convention in Waynes.
' manv births as deaths. All 17 mner, :00 . . ices in the n ar futur at the Vi lle Methodist Church tomor-
of the counties which' lost pop- Prepared and Served,oy Miami Chapter 'No. 107, O. E. S. chur h, row afternoon.
lIlation, for the month, were EVENING PROGRAM I TI convention will start at
mall ones _ - most of them HIGH SCHOOL 'AUDITORIUM 7 30 P M' Blarie' Des'lroys 10 A. M. wi,th songs,
mallet than Warreri County. " -: , ,, a buSinesS session, ana depart- ,
Worst off was tittle Morrow .Invocation, R v. R. B. Coleman, Warpole Lodge No. 176 ment digests. At noon there ,will
County , with two births ahd 18 Song--,Almerica-Fir t and Last Verses, Entire Group Car and Barn, be noontide prayer and a cov-
deaths. there: was Darke Welcome. W. P. Strader red di b luncheon. At 1 P. M.
County With no blTths and one Address, Raymond A. Younger ' A barn and a 1940 auto- devotions led by Franklin 'union
death and resolutions will be followed
, If the rural counties are , Vocal Selecti?n! Quartet. , . mobile, each valued at S120'O, by Mr. White speech.
in,g to lose ground this way Remarks-DistingUished VISitors: L. Todd McKmney, Charles were destroyed by fire in Lytle
every mont,h it will ma,ke a B. Hoffman, Past Grand Elmer R. Arn, P. G. M.; at 4 :30 a. m. Monday. W C T I' MEETING
j)rofound difference in our , Harry S. JohnsQn, P. G. ,M., G. -Secly', Dean Stanley, Past The property is owned by .. ;. u.
Ii Mrs. Eleanor M. ana HEARS LEADER
iv ,\,few ff9m now. , ' Master", Lebanon Lodge No. 26. " , car bv Richard IrQnSI The , On Sept, 7, the Waynesville
- Vocal ' ana Instrumental 'ScottIsh Rite. started with a short circuit W. C. T. U. met at the home
W Sugges,tlilons for making Remarks, W. C. O. D. G'. M. Masons in, Ohio. 111 the horn of the automobile. of Mrs. Sara Braddock who led
'In ' awYh':c;eShvtl e
d
tit.tle safer place ,Benedl'ctl'en, Harold B. Earnhart, Past and Chaplain Th d I I
I
e soun of t le. horn awaken.:. ' the devotional period, and intro_
o five. ' ' d M
1. Enforce the state law on ' CENTENNIAL COMMITTEE e rs. Mull emx's . hu band, ' duced .Richard Eastman, field
parking within 15 feet of an in4, . whp removed another Secretary of Indiana and Illinois
tersectton. At Main and Miami Jesse J. Pren'der'gast, Chairman ' car from the barr:t but could not Yearly meetings. He reviewed,
Sts., for it's almost R'oss H. Hartsock ' Earl Thomas the one before "Where we find the drink
impossible f a ariver coming. Lewis C. St. John Kenneth N. Hough It set the t Ulldm,g' afire. lem," a chapter fr m the study
from the' locker plant to see' .,.. William P. Str.ader, Ex-Officio TI:Je Wayne Township Fire hook, "The Alcohol Problem"
haffic on Route 42 without . , Department an:ived in time to by Deets Pickett. He said, "The
stick inK his hoqd into the path CLarles ,G. James, See'y. . ' save the MullenIX home, but the drink problem emerg-es in the
of traffic when cars are parKed 2 barn wa a total loss. S?me population group 15 yeats of
up to building line. And where.'s : t' A I: B dwell $300 wur h of other contents age and older and its conse_
the stop sign at that corner? ' , 'f!a h,d' If DIse an " .I i the also destroyed. quences are ,diffused without
2. Put stop sigl16 at the in- MR , S. CARRIE LIPPINC, orr Eight hours another alarm regard to age." There are
lersection they are supposed to 'Play at' 'Dance Here was turned as the embers ,ors which we nfust understand
protect instead 'of 30' or ' 50 ', Mrs. Carrie Lippincott, 87" , , flared ,up aga1l1, ' but there was .f we are. td locate the problem
'feet back, where no stranl{er died at 3 P. M. Sunday at her no further dama,ge. These are, the inffuence' of in ..
would ever lOok for them. home in Waynesville. The Clinton County Air dustry, income and social posit ..
, 3. Keep weeds from hiding Funeral services are being Force orchestra will play 'for a ?ATRONIZE GAZETTE ion.
stop signs. .+- ! _ Jheld' this afternoon in the dance in the Waynesville High ADVERTISERS Raymond Braddock was also'
None of these suggestions 'Waynesville Church of Christ, School , gymnasium' on Friday, ' introduced. He said parents,.
would be expensive. But maybe , with M. H. Coffey, minister, in Sept. 24, from 8:30 to 12, with churches and schools are great
nobody has 'thought :of , them. chal}ge. Burial was in Miami proceeds going to the Waynes- influences in teachinl{ ' temper.
" Cemetery. The Stubbs ville Athletic Association, which ance. A coach with' strong ideas
Home is in charg.e. ' ' , ' the local softball lea- of temf?erance has a valuable in.
, Mr. and Mrs. ' Carl A. Pitstick
, annqunce the birth of an eight. '
pound daughter at Springfield
. City Hospital on Monday, Sept.
13. She has been named Juli
anne.
EARNHART REUNION
, ,
The Jacob Earnhart descen
<la!lts enjoyed their 3npl1al reo
union at tbe 'Harry Smith Park
,on Sum,iay. boyd' Davis 'is ' presi.
dent of tbe 'group and Mrs.
Karl Babb wiH 'serve as sec'y
,for the coming About sixty
relatives and friends ' enjoyed a
delicious basket dinner. -
Recent house guest of the
Robert ,1.:. O'Regans was their
niece Miss Audrey Fraker
Winnetka, Illinois. Miss Praker
spent a week in
before going on to Wellesley,
Mass. where she .. 'her
freshman college year at Pine
Manor.
, , She is survived two daugh. gue. fluence over boys and girls in
Miss ' Eva Lippincott at: i' Dick Campbell and Bob, t hiS ,charge, he added.
home and, M:rs. Marie Britain . Emerv of Waynesville are ' Jennie' Lee, Braddock gave
in Qayton; two brothers, liar-rv members of the air base band. ' two piano solos, "Preludes'"
and William S.mith of Indiana- Tickets will be S1 per ' from Chopin and "'Song , o'f
polis nine gandch'ildren and Love." ,
five great-grandchildren. , couple. The appo,inted de-
partmet:lt, directors .for the
comihglyear as follows: ,Flower
MisslQl\, Mrs. Eva: Burnett;
Scientific Temperance Instruct.
. 'Mits. Sara Braddoc;k;
BlilreaulOf eublicity, Mq. Wini
fret! whitaker.,,;' ,Uteratp!f.. Mrs:
.
, MRS. MAm PAeKER
, Relatives hele have been no-
tified of ' the death ,of -Mrs. , Mat-
tie ,Packer, o.n Thursday . in.,
' Iowa. Mrs. Pac.
ker was a ,slst.er of Mrs. E. L.
Thomas and the late Mrs. Anna
Sheehan, and qui,te well known '
here. '
$&0 FINE SUSPENDED
IN 'DISORDBU.Y' CASE
, George Satterthwaite was
fined '5a and costs bv MaP.
trate, Carmen Crane Monaay
morning on a charge of dnnik
and diSorderly conduct but the
fine was suspended on condition
that he not before cour
on such a charge
If , f'
HIGH SCHOOL BASEBALL . ,
SafEDULE
about 25 boYS' turning
out for Coach Edwin Porter's
fall basebaH tean:t ,at Waynes- ,..
ville Hil{h School, a: six-garne t.
schedule with the other Oass B
teams in the ' Warren Count)" ;
league was thiS' ' ,
week. '
The opening pme will be"
played' Tuesday, Sept. 28, a
gainst Morrow af the Waynes-
diamond. The rest of
schedule follows:' Oct. 1, Har- '
veysburg
1
Oct. 8, Spiing-"
boro there; Qct. 12,
Kings Mills here; oct. 1 S. Ma
' son here, and Oct. 19, Carlisle
here.
Lena Hartsock; ChUd welfare
and Whjte Mrs.,
. -,Forna.s", N<?n-Alcbh<?lic ',
' Fruit ,PraduclS, ' 'Mrs. f O1lve
\ WardloY/; ! ,I,.egislation, ftUs.
,Barbara: HarbQck; ' Health and
Medieal 1ieQlperance, Mrs.
,'Marjorie Brown' MJ1Sic, Miss
II=n LRue
l
Yt. Emley; anod j'lmteJ!l.a!,iOnal
e a lons" Mrs. ', VC "",r,. ,
THE OTH
'EIIIY Mr. arid 1t\rs. H. C. Ridge
, , , ' and daughter, Joanne, of W.est
Palm Seach, Fla., are visiting
, Mr. and MrS." O. M. Ridge and
M'IS. D. C. Ridge. '

.. .
. . 'fhe Miami Gazette
" :,T ABLIBHED 1 11 '60
Published Every Thursday
At Waynesville, Ohio
CARL' G. SMITH, Editor' ,
Ent ered as second class matter at the Pciat Office
' SUBSCRIPTION RATEI
,1.50 a Ve.ar in Advance
Events Coming . Up
(To have events listed in this carendar, notify The Miami Gazette
. before 4 p. m. Tuesdays.) , .
FRIDAY, SEPT. 17 - .
Fall Festival Committee, 7 P. M.
W. C: T: U. county conventi on at Waynesville Methodist Churc,h,
10 A. M. "
, SATURDAY, SEPT. 18
Cen t nnial celebration of Waynesville Lodge 163, P. & ,A. M.,
3 P. M. at Masonic Hall: 6 P. M'. at 'High School.
SUNDAY, SEPT. 19
Go to Church',
Softball tripleheader at Geiger field, 1 :30 P. M.
soft ball game, 8 P. M. , '
, MONDAY, SEPT. 20
Civic Club at Boy Scout cabin, 7 'P . M.
TUESDAY, SEPT. 21
County Fair opens in Lebanon.
METHODIST, CHURCH
:R.B. Coleman, Minister
MT . HOLLY MEnlODIST
T. M. Scarff, Minister '
Sundav SchOOl 9 :30 a.m.
E.A. Earnhart, Supt. ,
'Norship Service' 10 :30 a.m.
.vening Service 7 ;30 p.m.
NEW' ME1rHOD.ST BISIOP TAiES -, -' -
,UP , OHIO RESIDEIICE SEPT. 15
, ,;.: ,: (.1 Wer.ner and President M re over the Initial pians fOl
the $500.000 campaign, for Ohio Northern University.
by B. H. Abels .
,Ada, Ohio . . _ Bishop Hazen G. Werner, newly elected Methodist
8ishop of, t he Ohi o Area, take up his residence in Columbus 017
3eptember 15, sllc(:eeding Bishop H. Lester Smith, who has retired aftel
Jerving the Ohio post for 16 years. The Ohio Area embr.aces the entin
'Buckeye state more than 400,000 Methodists reside. Bishop
Werner is native of Detroit, Mi<'higan, and his pastor as a boy in
Detroit was the retiring Bishop Smith. Bishop Werner is a graduate
of Albion College, and Drew Seminary. He holds also, honorary degrees
from thes ,inst!tuti ons and Ohio Wesleyan University. ae pastor
oJ Gr:lce Church. ba,yton for 12 years,' before professorial
:'!,;t. :e at Drew SeIIlinary, Madison, New Jersey in 1946. '
T;,e fi rst Ohil() Conference wide project that he will lead will be a
.jJO(),:JOO cafnpaign for Ohio Northern University at Ada, a Methodi st
The Ohio Annual Conference at its May 1947 sessi on voted
U11c!nimousJy ' to set the year 1948-49 for a campaign to raise a ha lf
lI1 '! linJ, for Ohio Northern. The project will enable the University to
a mo(1ern dormitory for girls, additional equipment and facilities,
:\nd enlarging of the faculty. President Robert O. McClure of Ohio
!'J t. ;-. Ml'll. that _ around 40 representatives including members
tf ministers and laymen, from each district in' the' OhiB
. ('. ::(I;'l' t'llce will meet with Bishop Werner at Columbus Sept. 27 to
tOi"ff'ul:l!e the fina.l details, of th.e project.
'Church School ' 9 :3<;> a.m.
. CAESARS CREEK FRIENDs,
Rev. David Stanfield, Minister The St. Mary" s Club held its
Sunda, :School to a.m. first since vacation
l
Mr. and Mrs. Willla.rn 'Strouse 8tlI(1
Miss Sara Conner recently attend
ed the wedding of il\fiss Dorothy J. J. Burske, Supt.
Worship and Sermon '
:'. . 10:30 a.m.
MARY'S EPISCOPAL
Samuel N. Keys, Minister
Church School 9:1 S A.M.
Holy Communion 10:30 A.M.
FRIENDS
f:irst Day School 9 :30 a.m.
Meetine- for Worship
I ' 10 :30 a.m.
WAYNESVILLE
Ch"-URCH OF CHRIST
M. H. Coffey, Minister ,
Bible School 9 :30 a.m.
Morning WorsbiR A. M.
-oung Peoples Meeting
Worsllip Service t t a.ID. with a covered dish dinner at
- t he rectory. Charles Starr, pre.
UTICA E. U. B. CHURQI - 'sident led a business
kev. William Shannon followed by games under tile ,
Sunday SCh001 9 :30 a.m .. , Jeaqership of Mrs:
Mrs. J ames Garrison, Supt. Starr, and grou]p smgmg .wlth
Preaching 1 st and 3rd Sundays Mrs. Gladys Bokn at the p,lano.
each month to :30 a.1n.
Evening Services 7 :3 op.m .. .
-
, 1 nu: ME1HODIST '
C' IURCH
Dr. Joseph Myers, Minister
Sunday School 9 :30 a.m.
Mrs. Ruth Saylor, SupL
Worship Service to:30
Mr. ....nd Mrs. A. H. Earnhart,
Mr. and Mrs. ,La Mar- Ea.rnha.rt,
Alton Earnhli.rt, Mr. and Mrs, Har-
-old B. Earnhart and. tamlly attended
the wedding ' of Mft ss Suzanne aeat
aDd ,Mr. Robent llla.rnhaN 1J1 Col-
, umbus Saturda,y
FERRY CHURCH OF CHRlST
Carver, Minister. STANLE;Y aDd KOOGLER
. Moyer of Germantown and Mr. Roy
Swanson ot KeDlt University fl-t the
E . . W. B. ' Churoh In Germantown.
IMrs. Strouse served as one . of tbe
hpst1!SBeS for the reception, MIss
Conner assisted In lighting the
C8dld'lee and, ' Mr. Strou.se was an
usher.
'THE MIAMI GJZETTE PAGE 2
OHIQ No. 4386
8EPTEiMBER. 16, 1t48
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NEW' CENTURY CLUB-
'j'! :'\lew n,tury Club will re-
sume gul a.r m ting$ on Sept. 24,
II. rldu.y 0.1'1 l'I\OOn, whcn Mrs. Rice
' napll will II host S8 at her h<lme '
on 'l'hll'd HlI' eet. Mrs . R. E. Asbury
prel'lldell t fOJ' th coming y ear,
M 1'1'1 . I ... Ho 'k tl, vice-president
M I Hi-! I Ulth ('handler cl:etary and,
,\llsl'I ".Vtlnnl '00<2 son', trelasurer.
M.rs. E. L. 'rhomlls and Mrs. John
'I'omm wlll bo in charge- of the
thl8 month,
,I. Uncle Sam Says I
j There are few Amerloana who can.
Dot ,et a thrlD'out of watchlm, erops
or flowering plants Il'ow. And br 'the
same token there are few who cannot
feel the satisfaction of planHnc their
mone, where It will crow. In U
S. Savlnp Bonds and rour money wW
ITOw, producln, $4 for evel7 $3 put
Into these bonds. Your eounby neec1a
10ur mone1 and fOU will need monq
to do the $hfup you dream of wor. If
10U are a wage earner lee to It that
'10Ur name Is Included wloa those al-
eDrOUecJ for the P&1I'OU lavlnp
' plan. V. S. Tr'lIJu,y D'Ia,'''''''
I. C. BROWN '
PLUMBING & ELECI'RICAL

PHONE VI YNESVILLE
7:15 P. M.
E/.eninf' ServiCe 8 M.
BROKERS L.CEN8E Bible ' 9 :30 a.m.
Morning Worsbip 10:30 a.m.
Prayer -"Meetinl" 7:00 p.m. For Date . ., Phone :2814. Wayn .. ville
, We try t.o be and
capable m our' work.
S.,. AUGUS'I1NE ' Y P I
v.. M t , OhIO. R.ver ... Charg .. ' . '
OURg eo'p e s ee tnl '
father Krumholtz, Priest '
.Masses ' 8 and 10 A.M.
, " ' 7 :00 p.'m.
EveR,ing _ 5erv,ices 7 :30 p:.m. ' ______
' SIX MEN INDUCTED WOMAN'S ,,"uXILIARY
, INTO BRonmRHOOD
AT ST. CHURCH ,
.. The Woman's Auxiliary of
st. Mar.y's Episcopal Chure" re-
Six men of St. Mary's Ep,is- sumed regular' Pd.
(:opal Church were inducted , day at the, !If Mrs. E. L.
. ,'to the Brotherhood of St. An- Thomas, With MISS ,"katherine
.drew at ' St. Mary's Episcopa] as preSident. fol.
' Chu ch at Sunday 10wlD.g openmg
'service bv Rev Samuel N. sesslo,n, " Hawaii
Keys . anc;! the M,IssI0nary Work" ,was
, . , . discussed. adjourn.
The IS a nation. ment to meet with the rresid-
:at men pledged ent in October, ,a socia hour
:to dally prayer and weekly was enjoyed with refreshments.
vice for the church. St. Marl S -' - - - - ' -
chapter was organized abou a Mrs. Amy Herbert of
month ago with James Baker of l>and is' visiting her brother.in-
ne'ar Lebanon, a parish mem- "law 'and Sister, Rev. and Mrs.
bert as 'direetor. R. B. Coleman. She ,and, the
Church school was resumed Colemaits ' returned Tuesday,
at St. Mary's last Sunda v after from a two-day visit with re-
a summertime lapse. Seven latives' in Cllicago.,
classes were includ.
ing an adult! Class In church
teachings, led by Mr. The
hour for church school IS 9 :15.
PATRONIZE GAZETT.
ADVERTI8ER8
,
1I0URS,
9. t 2 each m,orninr
. "
tS afternoolllS -except
Wednesday
79 Saturday evening
, other evenings by
Appointment
'TELEPHONE
, ,
,.
....
, , Dr., It WiIkiD
OptomeVic Ill1e Specl.1III
j
J
26 South Detnlt ..... ( .
DNIA.OIllO
-"
. B16 M-a "growi ... '; favorite
. . " . . "
BIG M ,. rnuimuaa yield
of BIQ II.
IDI bi&beIt maJket qualityl
ADd It',' beeD that __ f.
.... tbaa tweDt1 yean. , '
, While our immediate COD
. ,cera il that of lupplyinl
_ore bilb.pota.h-content
f_rtili "1 fo .. you .. saeeda.
-.q fertillHr beariDa the
BIG M brand ' perfona. up ,
tID that reputaticm beCau.e it
Ie .!ways mad. up tID hI'-t
atanclardt never doWIl to
e, price.
......... ,........., ... ,. ,.".
, Ihe Miami .ertlllzer Company
OffICI-DAYTON, OHIO
'ACTOIY-TlEIEIN, OHIO
n. AI .. ".".. CCIm".,.,. ....
independ_ If.. v.zlq conwm
unci ... cfinae 01 fa ownen.
PAGE 3 THE MIAMI GAZETTE
WAV'N'E8V'ILL-E, OHIO INo': ..-
THYRSOAY SEPTEMBER, 18, 1948
Wedd.ings
IRMA FIRES MARRIES
ROBERT E. MEREDITII
IN CHUROI SA1TURDAY
her in the diBing room which was Werber and Roger Hornsby ..
IbeauUfully arranged with all bridal and of coutse Buster Veaton I
appOintments. Refreshments were
served to the gueets. Those trom
, 'Wayn-esv1l1e 'Wet'e Mrs. 'Har8ock.
'the honor guest; M ra. Stla n ley !H.
LBailt:y. James Hartsock. Misses '
Mary Fran es and :aarbara Hart-
sock. Miss Bertha Ji'il r, 'Mt's. Joe
FHer, Mrs. Russel WlIson. 'Mrs. El-
don Mrs Harry Lacy, Mrs.
E, C. Wright, Mrs. Edwin Sur1!a.ce,
church. Mrs. Fires wore for the
occasion a gray gown and the
bridegroom's mother was in
pale blue. Both had corsages of
pink rosebuds.
When the couple left for a
wedding trip east the bride
was \vearing a brown gabardine
su it with -coffee colored accesso r-
ies, Her corsage was an orchid,
The couple will make their
home in Xenia where both are
employed.
Mrs, Howard' Surface, Mrs. D. C.
Rielge. Mrs. Irv.in Mulford, Mrs.
'irgil Isaacs, Mrs. Ed.
Mrs. 'William Hull, Mr. and l\fi's.
Arthur Hopkins.
. SPORTS,
LANT
Bv
, - BOB O'REGAN
The local high school will
commence its ' fall baseball
season Sept. 28 against Morr-
ow. Coach -Perter, receflt grad-
uate of Ohio State University,
w]lere he performed with the
and track teams, will
have most of his strength from
the Junior American Legion
club plus the additional
of several youths who '
past the 1 ?-year- eligibility
rule of the prospective Legion-
nai res.
Monday evening's , soft-
ball meeting saw the-assembled
_ managers to conduct
a: much play on Sunday after-
noons as possible for th re-
mainder of the season, due to
the coolness of the evenin 0'5.
Therefore, on Sunday, S'ept.
19, there wilt be a triple-header
commencing- at 1 :30 when
Bellbrook plays host\ tOl
Restaurant. The "hig-" game at
.... he bride is a R'raduate (J
Miami Valley School
of NurSing. Mr. Meredith ser-
ved four and one-half years in
the' Army.
3 :30 pits Kier's Garagemen
It i interesting to note against Bob Allen's American
The groom's to hi s ' bride
was a six skin Ru sian Mink

--
Nuptial vows were
ed Saturday eveninJ!: in the
Waynesville Methodist church
bv Mi,s Irma Aileen Fires ,If
Waynesville, of Mr.
and Mrs. LouTs S. Fires of
Waynesville, ,and RoberT Erw.in
Meredith, son of Mr. and Mrs,
Herbert R. Meredith of Wayne -
vilJe. Rev. R. B. Coleman read
the douhle ce rembil\r at
7:30 o'clock 1n a of
palms and ea onal f10,vt"r:',
Mi Esther Snitler f Dayton
vocali t at d Mi ' D rf( thy
Meredith, organist.'
Wayne Meredith of Pullman, PEERS GIVE SHOWER
.. hn ther' he t FOR RECENT BRIDE
man and Dale Merpd:tl' "
" / ;a " lle - :Ue, Robert Huston of A shower wa:s held at the
that such people , as Mrs. Mad- Legion nine in what may prove
den of Main Street have bought _ tn be a knock-down and drag-
ti kets for the softball league 'em out affair, as there ceTtain-
all sport show at the Twin ), is no love lost between the
Theatre "hecau e it's a COJ1l- 1l'wo teams. A, 'Legion win may
munit y project", ' and not be- rop the second half honors for
call e he - was interested in t hem. All of you remember, of
athletics. Said Mrs.\ Madden, course, that Weazel Miller'
"I'd rather support this league "'mechanics" captured fi rst half
"'f'( : _ [ nald David of Wil- nome of Mr. and Mrs. Peer
r.lingtCln and Carl :\:Vri gJlt. Jr. , 1, Lebanon Saturday eve'-
, f Bellbrook were ushers. nmg- In honor of Mrs. Georg
the boys play near home h F 1 H d
than make them travel to nors. air ey ar ware
teams will, participate at thie;
date. !:'though Kier's, Leg-i Il,
and BeUI-:-ook in the
h:tif, thprr jr a , , :r Ill!:
chance that '3 will nose
out une of the aforementi oned
and thereby become the f,-' urttl
qua lifyin'g dub.
: tv d.wJrct's J' tr.l ;' hic.s f er
playoff champ a run-
!'l: r."up, the lea,lrue is inkrested
if any bUSi'ne sman wants
t i d Irate award ' . Tro-
pJ1i e rUIl fr m \, JhiJe
indiv:(h a! :,:,-c d-fill (i :r ' "'111S
run Pi' I I. r tV ': .
La -t , llndav r ,' . in g tl e 1n-'
al _ ,m _egion ni i' c e'; -
tert:tined the . ;' jr..:tt '-
ian hl! rcb t " 111 thri11-
i n Q' ;t l :l' ; !' e \ ' r -, ', 11I a ye d
hc re:-; h(' llt. the r -s ..
j4
The
fl , 1''' n1'r.. It 2-' f. \l ra in- ,
I :11 ' L,ij' , i': ITIi i ,). L: :' tl1e ,
:' f' 7 :1 when Cl a :ey
Price C'll1ter ,! acre <: w'tll the
\".' innin. ' tally on Tommie
Th, ' m: - ,' li ' - ;' , p-fl do::l-1e to
I ;" d. 'Buttl3, the
leg': n' s ( . fneY-l' itch was
in LX 'c1h j ilmn. ;il liti g ,Ma-
,n 1u I l it fl , .' w:,;I ,gam-
erin R' h 0 hlows him .If. Cunn-
ing: ham, M'fl. ,n's el1U ker, was
tl :' 1 , : -' _ y'h le . hf" " as he
"I' , - d I' , I f: " "fetie and f \ 4 \. , . .. ,
11 for the
.. I' I '\' 11' .- r L' ub
1
es
I !. J.: .. \. , f to . ..... . I .... ..
Attending the , bride were R. Ki'rkpatrick" the former
I'" ris Kennedv of Oa t0n h - Miss' Mary Lou ' Supinger of
n r attendant, Mis Martha Route 1, Lebanon, L'u:1ch wa
pI ." Perhaps this wel1- tangle with Spring Valley in the
thotJO'ht-out philosophy , will finale, scheduled f r 5 :30, but
r-. at 8 p. m. 'the former club will
an.,wer sr me ther Waynes- return to the exhibition IOQl ,
vil1ites, who thought they were meeting a strong Dayton team
a the $64 question when ,' . '. 50, you softball there
f' wn, j.:'::Ict : Clint
" E- lew ni ghts in
11i
r
I p '1
r
r ' " nct,ion of c 11'ect-
ing YJ ur .and caring
f '"' [11 . dlgmon,a. ,t a tough
iob at it. best so don"t . .
m:tl i e 1:0 1' Mr. lark when ,
__' puts h:s tin ..... an in. front .of
y u and says ''It WOUld be n,lce
to co Ueet ' enough to pay fot
the lights . Jimmie Stansberrx
or perhaps y u call him "Re.d, '
is headman on tile ball retnev-
ing, crew and. has been doing .a
s)Vell .lO'b. Ditto to Nolan, piS
t;tover, M iss Ruth Burnett f erved in a decorative manner.
Dayton, Miss Huston The ,yeddinR' cake was cut by
they said, "Give me one good , wilt be a total of four games
rea on "\ hy I shotlld support t th G' st d' thO
sort -illl v hen I dOB' t care for a e elger a tUm IS
Sunday. _
the game. ' hould rain cancel out Sun-
f Troy and MIs' pons the bnde. After lunch the entire
of Waynesv!l1e, bn'des- poup enioyed Irish Ballads
They -yvere In gowns of ' by the host. The bride
faille taffeta. In shades of rose, received manv lovely gifts.
green, fuchSIa, gold and Those attendit'lJr were Mr. and
The gowns were made WIth Mrs. C. H. Supinger Misses
off-the-shoulder necklines, puff Char.lotte Esther and Susan
sleeves, fitted bodices and 'full Supinger.' Mr. and Mrs. Milton
skirts .with bustles. They carried b>avis and son, Mr. and Mrs.
At Polinsky is ano.ther per- "day's program, all games will
son who can a bow, for, be played as shown on , the Jim
as soon as he heard there would McCl'ure - sponsored
he a sponsored everit, he said, -chedule if you have lost
"1'11 take $10 worth j will that )'ou'rs, pick up another at the
be enough
Y1
? It's JjeQpte like Twin 'boxofficel. On Sunda V,
these who make. one wilting to Se'ptember 26, the same policv
endure unjust criticism and all hold g,ood, as ' ailother
of the heartaches that accrue tnpleheader IS scheduled" wea-
from trying ' to' promote_one pe'rmitting. This mean 'r
rother,' who has been keepm, '
score recently.
' ( I, rI. 1 bou luets sea ona CJal;lde Nelis and son, Mr. and
f1 ' v, er and w He SImIlar tlow- Mrs. Charle's Wright all of R ,
ers in their hair. , ' R. 1, Lebanon, Mr.' and Mrs: ,
The bride's gown of I?uch- Lebanon j Mr.
esse at'jn Wil..L:Ipade wIth ' a and Mrs. Robert Hartman, R.
Land Bank LOans
yoke above r s 2,' W:aynesvil1e; Miss Millie'
ON FARMS
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, pomte la, ' a fitted bodice ant} Hartma,n, Waynesville .. .
a full sk rt worn over a hoop ,
c with a trair BRIDAL SHOWER HELD-
",'ore a halo of seed pearls '
fr m ",hich felt a fingertip
lengt h vei i of illusion and she
carried, ' white flowers with a 1
0f ' hie\. Mr. Fire gave hi '
'the things, in my opinion, that toen, that the playoffs can
makes thi U. S. A of urs the started on Sunday Oct. 2,. It .
place is:-athletlcs. Without not possjble to mention wInch
them, would there have ,been _ ... __ _______ --!
a VE or V J Day to celebrate?
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L Y. We are ready to help _'o:!
now. Stop in!
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National Bank
Mrs. David D. Hartsock was
honored with a bridal shower on
Friday evening, when Mrs. Loren
Routzahn._ and Mr,8. Bernard Melloh
a.t the home of th for-
mel" in Franlclin. The honor guest
, ,
.fo'undman.y lovely gitts awaiting,
I hope many of the young
ballplayers who ,attended pro-
fited by the _demonstrations of
the old-time greats such -as
Leftv Grove; Wesley Ferrell
Mickey Cochrane i Billie
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Local prizes in the essay con_
test will be $5} first; $3, sec-
and; and $ t t lird in each di-
vision; junior and senior hi gh
school.
, Here are the rules.
1'. Write on one side of the
pape'r only, putfinr your name,
school, ana ,addrec;;:, :It
tht' ,\l pper right hand' corner.
2 . Name one of your school.
teacher just be!ow your nanl ...
and address.
3. Do not write moi'e than
250 w rd .
4. Conte t will be judged on
the merit f the es a au sub-
mit, not upon the judges' , per-
sonal hoice of presidents.
-'. Winner will be announced.
a qui kl a possible in both
local and state ,contests.
6. No entries are to be sent
direct to the state can:
te t '; only the prize winner in
th 1 al ont est will be enter-
ed in the tate conte t. These,
e a 5 will be entered, b
v
The '
Miami Gazette foHowing- the
.i ud, e' decisi' n.
7. Prize will 1" di tributed
a quickly as th medal can
e ordered and received from
the Unit ed tates Mint. Each
wi nne'r will aet the medal of the
Pre ident about whom he
wrote.
8. Entries must' be mailed to
the Presidential Contest Editor '
of Uy ' Miami Gazett
midnight of unday, Oct ober
3, 1948.
9. Judges decision wTrt be
final and no essay will be re-
turned.
The ' Claude Stroud family
has as guests for Friday even-
ing dinner guests of Labor Day
weekend, Mr. a,nd Mrs. Charles
Azling and daughter, Patty, Mr.
and Mrs. Gene Ahrens' and
Misses Martha and
Muriel Azling, Mr. and Mirs.
Dave Thirki eld, Mr: and Mrs.
Charles L. n and Norman.
all of Dayton, On Monda y eye-
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Old.
' ham and daughters Mr. and
I Mr. Richard Oldham and sOt:\,
Mr. and Mr. Wiesley Pease,
Mr. Oharles Brow"', Mr. ahd
Mrs. 'Irvin Sansberry and Jim
N orman were d inner guests.
Mrs. Frances Arhinal of Dover,
Ohio, , was a 'guest over the
entire weekend.
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]n, 1947, 990 Americans
were killed and 22,000 injure:1
by automobiles with defe tive
brakes. Check your ar and
' check accidents!
,Bere 1st the PresIdential Mec1al
" or Woodrow 'WIlsoD', which Will
be awarded &0 the wIDDer in the
Cont.est, should he pick Mr. Wllsop
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.ere Is' the Preaiclelltlal Medal
lor tJI,-.ea S. GISId, .bleb wUl' be
awarded to the wbmew lD the COD-
te,t. should be plek Mr. GraJtt as'
,the ror hIS ... ,.
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'Paul' Johns I returned to the
University of Cincinnati Tues-
day morning, beginning his third
ear there. ".
MIT. and Mrs. Harvey ' Bur.
nett attended the Hayner Re-
uni on Sunday . at the' horne of
Mr .. an:t Mrs. Allen Fry near
Springboro. '
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Collins
and Charles CoHins ot D'ayt-
ton ,ere unday afternoon
g-ue -ls at Mr. dnd Mrs. Walter
Kenrick.
M iss Sara Corine Furnas,
. who ha' been , sp nding- the
umn\er with ber r ;:l. rents, Mr.
and Mrs. 'eth Furnas lm Sodal
Row, left last week for Lake-
ide, Cleveland, where she 'will
teach the coming lear. ' .
Mr. and Mrs. . B'. Jones
were entertained at dinner Sun-
day ev ning at the horne of
and Carl Pickering in
.
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Here'. a ahot the photographer .Imoet ml ...... After
of an ope .... hou .. ftN from the roof of fou ..... o.., bllnd'tI" Curti.
ONeal to the atreet .nd w packl", hla eqlllp"'"' when he
apottecr til.. "Oft .... I.nt flNman. O'Neal quick', fooliMd hi. .... d
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_ ' :-!.il'ti MOVED THE ,"'ReAT OF
c:. ' 1 , : 11 AND INcREAS- :::
E.D CHANCES FOR A ,.. .;'"
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Centerville. . Mrs. Lucile Armitage return-
. ' Mrs. Nettie Emri , M'I'. ed Tuesday from a delightful
Ralph Hammond., Mrs. Paul trip to many interest.in,g and
hiplef, Mrs. Charles Ander. historical places in Virgima.
son and Mrs. \Natter Kenrick ' Miss Brown with Miss
spent W(ednesda in Cincin"natL Monimia Bunnell spent. Sat.
They atteded Rutlll Lons Morn- urda,y afternoon in Xenia.
' Matinee at \}..I. L. w, .. and MISS Emma Peacock of Day-
a tour of the Crosley Butldtng. ton, a former resident of
Mr. and Mrs Wilbur Clark Waynesville, with her .nephew,
attended the marriage of their,...) Harold Peacock and wife were
grand. daughter, Miss Dorothy callers at the Home Sunday
Lee, Younce, to ' Mr . . Richard afternoon. '
Aumiller at Grace Methodist
Church, Dayton, at 4 :30 P. CLOTHES GO BACK
M., Saturday and afterward 'at- ,
tended the reception at the TO SCHOOL CLEAN
Country Club. ,
Mrs. , Dora ' McCray of
MiamiS urg spent the weekend
with Mrs. Nettie Emrick and
Mr. and Mrs. Parl 'Cornel1, a,nd
called on other relatives and
friends.
Mrs. Ralph Hammond enter-
, tained ' a't luncheon and cards
at her horrie on lPripav the fol.
lowing guests: ' Mrs. Theron
Howell and daug;hter and Mrs.
Forest Thompson of Route 73
and Mrs. James Lovely of near
Ridgeville., '
, Mrs. Alfred Ralsnake arid son' . when you let us drv clean
spent several days last week,
with -hu .. and Mrs.
,Henry Belcher, who are both
il] at teir 'home on Town.
ship Road.
,
Marilyn .lBurske was the
dinner on Thur,sday of
Mrs. Leah Mills. .
. Mr. and Mrs. Madiso'o Earn-
hart of Dayton with their. four
children called on Misses Marne
and Annie Brown Sunday after_
noon.
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our m?dern, efficient "'ay.
We use orilv the finest cientific
that napp:)"
nubby finish to sweaters, wool-
en ,jackets.
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THE MIAMI ,GAZEnE PAGE 4
WAV'N,E8VILI.IE, OHIO No. 4381 0
THURS'DAV SEPTEMBER, 16,
Mrs .. Ella Dakin :ipeI'}t Sun_
day WIth her son Paul Dakin
and wife in Le anon.
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Edwards
Mr. and Mrs. G. F. Rhein 'and
children of S, ring-field, O. Mr.
and Mr. nobert Keresey and '
hildren f Dayton their
Hunt Mi ' Margaret Edwards .
Sunctay afternoon. . "
f M i" Mary Boston
unday from a' visit with
friends and relatIves in Pendle-
ton and Indianapolis, Ind. She
was accompanied horne by Mr.
and Mrs. Horace Boston of Ind
ianapoli who were 11er 'guests at
dinner. ' ' .
Dr. Emma Holloway ' spent
Sunday at Friends' Quarterly
Meeting at Pennville Ind.
I Miss El izabeth Chandler left
Friday to take up her school
dutie at Hampton Institute, Va.
Mi ss Clara Lile left for her
home in Washington C. H.
after three week as a guest at '
the home.
Mi Minnie 'Dod on accom-
ipanied the Charles Michener
famil y on an al1-day trip on Sun-
da y to Le'?( ilJ1,gton, Ky. They
en,joyed . a, picn i dinner at Blue
Lick Springs Park near Lexin g-
ton. . J '
I The ' annual of the
Board appointed by Ind- ' j
lana Yearly Meeting was held
at the home on Wedn'esday
Member- were dinner' guests:
Those present ,were eth Furn!ls,
Raymond Braddock, Mrs. Kellar
IHoak, Mrs. A!mos Cook, Mrs.
. Roscoe Furnas, Paul Tomlinson, :
Ross Hartsock, of Waynesville;
O. T. Battin Mis!s Mabel Wilson
of South Charleston O. Mr. and
Mrs. George Swain of Pendle-
ton, Ind. and ' Mrs. , Robert East.
man of pringfiel,d, O.
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WAYNESVILLE, OHIO No. 4381
THURSDAY SE,PTEMBER, 18, 1948
::b,.,. ledge
A FARM DI'ARY,
by D .J. ' FRAIZER
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September 10, 1948. Once
again it is time for my annual
quotation from the most per.
fect description of the season
that I know, Helen Hunt Jack-
son's "September."
The golden ' rod is yellow;
. The cotn is turning brown;
The trees in apple orchards '
With fruit bending
. down. .
The gentian's bluest fringes
Are curling In the sun;
In dusty pods the' milkweed
Its hidden silk has spun.
The secl!?:e- fl aunt their
harvest.
I.n ever meadnw'-l1nnk:
And a teL h Il'e br0nk i e
.' M'ake a ters in' n, f' 1 0nt- .
From dewy lane at mnrning
The grape' wf ct odor
rise;
A t nann the roads :tn flutter
\ "iq yeilow \1utterflies.
B 'all these lovely lokens
eptember ' da vs are here,
With summer" be t nf
weatl er
Ann tlutumn' h ,t , f
heer.
Time out, whil I went to
tlle reo cue of t \\ 0 baby ch icks
that had gotten inside the screen
and \\ er cheeping loudl y to get
out to loin the old hen and the
re t f t,he famil y. This is the
time of year a few hens
a].wa ys appear with belated,
familie. I understand many
chi ken 'raisers raise some Sept.
1"1 1 er rhicks and say they d
very well. I, am tempted to try
it as I any thi
summer. I w uld buy some 'pulI-,
ets if J .could find some at a
reasonable price. We were hav-
ing so ) lUeh trouble with faxes
for a while th,at I didn't try to
rai e any.
Wh is authonty on wild
n wt.:rs in this rieighborhood? I
am not sure whether the blue
flowers growing- in a comer of
my place are gentians or n t.
They are a lovely shade of blue
r hey ar.e not like the Calor - ,
. do g-enti":l . t1at I am ac 11'1'nt_
d --rith. They, may be a kino of
netr "' , I have re,p'retted
q' at my h'idl s hool tt':lcher of
hotany l.;ct n 1t teach us to
' :-- nal u , fJ wer and fi nd it in-
thf' 1-,' k. Do 1r. " te:1(il t,.,"t in
( t .,. :, 'ho Is.? Or the t"ny
ar 'j . . :rr' y tl.e'. ' tf" 1 'ust
haz geileralities? Whenever I",
quot a p ,em I' wonder, too, are'
ollr children filling their minds
with words and phras.
es that will come back to t)tem
in later days, ,or just the slang of .
the ' thugs in the , comics? Are
they dri11ina hard on "I saw"
instead of J' seen" 'and "I .lie
dowh' n w" , instead , of "I lay
down now,ll or cio the teachers
just think "What's tne. use, most
,people say ,it wrong any wa:y
I'f I tTv to teach them to
say' it right maybe they Witt
catch me aying It- wrong:'
!)j Listings
,BUyers Waltmg
Roy E. slniib
R. R. 2 Waynesville
OlLState Rt. 48, . ,. mi. North
of Rt. 73 .
Phone Centerv,i1le 7056
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Hot Water ,in th'
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AMIiRICAN AHIMAt. .HIAl.TII

CHOLERA SEASON' authoritie's, Is the proper time fCil
ALL Y
EAR 'ROUND the first vaccination of young pigs.
Hog cDolerl knows no seBlon.
must \;Ie wserved, all
year 'round':- if American farmers
hope to check the ravages of this
deadly virus disease of swine.
,Veterinary report
that losse of large
Vaccination at or a.round weaning
time, for eacb new crop of pigs,
11 the surest ....nd most effective
precaution against devastating
lossea from this tast-kUUng virus.
AJJ an . added aafegua.rd against
hog cholera, farmers are urged to
guard against letting Jdck swint'
bt> brought onto the p'remises,
There are ,many way. tha.t chol-
era call be transmitted from ont'
herd to another. Flies, for instance.
may carry the virus. But many
outbre8;ks bave been trace9 to In-
fection carried from farm to farm,
on the cloth' g of threshing
In uncooked garbage, in, contaml-
na,ted feed bags. on wagon and
sanltntion and clean past- truck wheels and other equlptr;lent.
ure a1'en't proof agalrVlt cholera. Stil.l other dangers mus.t be kept
droves of swine; due to hog chol- In mind. Hog cholera virus and
era. have occurred In the middle of hypodermic needles, carelessly
the winter as weli as d.'.ring the hE. dIed by persons witbout the
hottest summer months. proper training. can spell disaster.
- Also. there to be no sc.i- Furthermore, pigs sl; ould be given
entifie evidence to sup :>r " the old a general pbysical cneck-up by a
superstition that the feeding of veterinarian to be sure they are
new Jrn is somehow related to ! In proper condition for vacdnatton,
' .:I t. reaks of choltn'a I because if they not in sat18-
T:'le 'Only thing about . factory condition. they may IIOt
nog ch. lera, according to dcwelop ' Immunity. '
probably they will. . . .. WAYNE FARMERS CLUB
.W!e went to the Community MEETS AT BRANSTRATORS'
Sale yesterday but there was a
, I
ort of KJoom hanging over it " The Wayne Township Far-
due to the illness of Vlfgil Rus- mer Club held the Septembe);
Sf.n. It oldn't seem quite right meeting on Thursday at the
to have a visiting au!=tioneer, home of Mr. ,and Mrs. L. V.
no matter how. good he. is. in' Wilmington with It is now agreed
Calves are higll_ .cheapest a large attendance. A ham din- among dairy experts .. that the
one went at about twelve dol- ner .was served, fol.10wed by modern milk h9
use
must have a
lars. I didn' t stay for the cow the usual busines;; session .. The continuous hpt water
sale, but tt 'Itakes milk to club was ci.eeply grieved by the if high quahty mIlk IS to be
raise cp.lves and , milk is high. loss of their member Fred produced.
We waited about a month H ag-emeyer, and . the ' r.ecenl ,,- of. R. R. 2, St.
too long to selJ the calf we death of a former member Carl Pans, has sOlved hIS hot water
We would nave gotten Duke. Letters of" In Memo'rian" 'problem with the ins'tal1ation of
enough more per pound then to for ,both \ were reaq by Mrs. a' t,:n ,gallon
have received the same amount Gi lbert Frye and Mrs. S. S. eIectnc hot water heater
of money we got yesterday ' Ellis. ' Rev. Ward App'legate (see photo .
Don't forget the , gave an inspiring talk on "Free- ' . Mr. saId that he
County Pair. Come and bring dam." ,In.sta\led hIS new electriC hot
an exbjbit: , \ water heater, he .had t() heat
. Rev. R. B. Coleman also water on the kitchen stove
n ' inte re ting accoun't of ' twice a day and carry it out to
,his recent trip thr ugh the 'the 'milk house fa wash his
West . electric milk ing utensils. 1!1 cold
for ' ' Now, he has. a
. supplv of steaming: hot water
ayailable in his milk , house at
all times, thanks to the auto-
matically controlled electric
dairy heater.
. According to Mr. Pence, h(!.
uses hot water for bathing' sore'
or wollen udder, for washing:
, thre u iders before milking, an(f
for taking care of mother and
calf at time of freshening. In
rder to draw h t water from
the heater, it is only necessary'
to pour water intio the inlet
funnel on the top anq a like
, of hot water is forcea
out. J t is thermostatically con-
trolled and a supply of steam-
ing hot water is a vaitable at a.1l
times.
Mlss Witham of , Richmond
Va.! spent Labor Day weekend
witn' her aunt- Mrs. J. E.. Wit-
hart:1, the Gallipolis State; Inst i_
tute, .GalJipolis, Ohio. Sunday
mor.nang. the ladies' enjoyed a
motor trap the country'
and dinner at the Lafayette
\ The ' club' aajourned meet weather, the water would cool
at the home of Mr. and Mrs. too quickly and he had to carry
Gilbert Frye in oct ber. Guests , the milking utensils to the house
included and Mrs: .
nas 'and daughter ' Julie-
Gons. .
Hotel. . "
Miss 'Witham returned to
Hichmond Sunday evening.
3/1.0'v'
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PREPARE FOH,. WIN'TER '
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NOW'!
BE READY \\lITH A RELIABLE OIL BURNER
COLEMAN ' ;
QUO THERM
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And
C};apter 5 BRICK BRADFORD
PLUS:
PUSS 'N TOOTS
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WEEKtY CASH
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, PICTURES OF BILL BOYD
ruES. ONLY RLEN '
. MARGARET O'BRIEN in . D{ETRICH E
10th GOLDEN EARRINGS
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TARL\jN'S SECRET TREASURE
COMING SOON
TW:IN
L,enses
b!,
FOX HOLLY
A-1 softball alive in this town, baron of the early 'West. Miss
handled in the right way - is Sheridan, as a Southern beauty
a. community responsibility transplanted to the sage-brush
Saturday nighters at the Twin TH E MIAM I GAZETTE PAGE.
can go home with a picture of WAYNESVILLE,' OHIO INo. 4381
Bill Boyd for the asking. THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER' 1e, 1948
srnce So many fans are evident. 'yvas never lovelie'r than in
Wen, another ' school year's 1870 hoop-skirts. This saga of 'J/.
under way, kids, and from a.1l I America rushes to a dramatic I Clint Gray, in Albuquerque,
,can glean, vou're all kind of climax. Supporting cast is ex- arlle'l6bu, rQ New Mexico. :
about the whole thing. ' Thomas (I' Mrs. Gordnn of Kingman was
othmg so good as getting Mitchell and Bruc.! Bennett. The W. S. C. S. met Thurs- a ' Frid'ay evening guest , 'at the
{lack and catching up on ,World News on this program day afternoon, with Mrs. Robert ' home of Mrs. Blanche Cart and
"dirt" of the entire summer- too. . , Stump at her home on Main Mr. and Emerson Masters.
nothing.-as invi.gorating as being . The poignant storv of a little St. assistant hostesses were Mr. and Mrs. Gharles Beck
on agaIn (you 1\ havt. to gIrl who creates a magic world Mrs. William Hoover and Mrs. and Liaughters of Dayton, .called
admit that's right) and looking nf her own out of the humdrum Raymond Brooks. on friends and relatives in the
Twin Theatre are going ,nicely- ahead to unknown vistas of atm'Osphere of a New York ten- The Business Men's Club met village, Monday.
-a good many sold right at knowledge., ement district brings that wond- :in session Wednesday 'Mr. and Mts. Erne t Gilliam
Box office, which is a good . Watch Mlickey Roonev gain- er child star, Margaret O' Brien, evenmg in the Home Economics and family of New York Dtr,
sign. As 'you read this issue, mg. the hard way in to. the screen Tuesdlay only in Room of the High Sc,hool build- who are visitin,ll; Mr. Gilliam s
you' ll know whether or not the' "!<Iller M'cCoy". (MGM), to. "1 enth Avenue An/!,el " (MG ing. ijosts were Robert Stump, parents, Mr. and Mrs. William
benefit was a success. Certainly naght only. ThIS IS, NOT aM). An able supportmg cast- Gail Gordon and Fred Sher- were guests Day,
your local theatre went all out gangster picture, but a picture Lansbury' Phyllis wood. at a dmner given at. the
As we go to press, tickets for
the Softball Benefit night at the
10. supportit:lg this enter- , for whole family. , T'h'axter, and George Murphy . ' A KfOUP of members Pantry, MiamisburK by Mr. and
donatmg all faCIlities and Bill .Boyd comes ,back for a help tell the tale 01 a child who of the local Church, Mrs. Charles 01) Jer ' and
stanomg all exp.enses. I hope mght stand Saturday in and gains, her faith in reception and bus. daug'hters. In the afternoon and
the lts are not a blot on the mIster J 0 u rn.e y" ( !J A ) . A but in , no quiet way. mess meetm g held at Sha!on 'v em n g, th e v ' a tlen dep the
town s escutcheon, but on the picture concernIng railroading I here's plenty nf action on Churl-i, Wednesday evenmg. Montgomery Count
v
Fair.
a tribute to the t9wn's in the wide West, it packs a Tenth Avenue. And there's a Guests of honor were the new Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Welch
Personally (and I say it wallop and is rife with adven- w,onderful short with the fea. pastor and h is wife. Rev. and hl!- ve returned f.rom a vi sit of
wIth and trembling in this ture, riding, and,gunfire. "Brad- ture, "Uncle Tom' s Cabana." Mr .. A. . Arthur of New ten days with 'friend and
.ports hot.Jbed) '. I'!ot a ford at is the title of the Next T.hursday .and .Friday and Dis!rict super- relatives in FL Dodge, Iowa,.
softball yet I t skIp the 5th s,enal Saturday. picture umque m that mten.dent, Rey. and Mrs. where they resided for several
opportumty of bUYing tIckets June and Sandy Jom the rest on It s straight romance and mel. Parkm of WIlmmgton. , ear prior to ,moving to the
for these particular evenings, lun'ar planet this week with odrama, a picture that's been ' . Collett, amI Mrs. village. ' .
on two counts. , One (selfistl)d mteresting complications. 'Win- wide!y discussed. It's "Golden , Charl.es Smart left 'Sunday Mr. and'Mrs. Clifford Doster
the was good an ner of the B B Club prize ,Earnngs" (PAtR) , with Mar on a ten' day vacation f pr.ingfield are receiving
keyed to mterest both last was Dean Bogen of pietrich portraying an un- to Niagara and Canada. ngratulations on tbe birth of a
fans and those not so-mmded. WayneSVille. Good luck to you InhIbited gypsy Ray Mit.. Mr. and Mrs. W. Carl Brown 'on, their second child. He has
Two, the purpose _ to keep all for next Saturday. land a reluctant British army and Mrs. Brown's niece been named; Bruce Taylor. The
_ ' . Topping your list of IImusts" officer. There are some steam. Georgeanna Babb, of paternal grandparents are Mr.
IS Wrarner Brothers' romance of heated sequences, and the story to the village Saturdav' and M'rs. Herbert Doster of the
the old West "Silver River" is not planned for' children. it evenIng from a ten day vacation
1# ,II. eanMII ell AU noM aM ....."
Jail bOO, lOiU .0011 'oUou.
, ,
SEPTEMBER '
Il-lndeJjendence Day In
MexiCO '

' "-U.s Constltullon Day I


f' OD '
II-Somuel lohnlon born.
#.. 1709
.. '

1t-SleeplnQ COl ' patented.
1854
2O-,New York City panic,
1873
Irgo
21 - LOUIS /ollel explorer
born.
12- Nol.hOIl hale executed,
1716 WI''' "'.1., ..
ilt the. 'Suryday ,and Moh. . uses contrasts, . throwing into tour the Smoky Frost, son of Dr.
day. Unltmg Flynn sharp relief moods ,and M,?untallls and otber southern and . Mrs. w.. E. F!ost,
Shendan, thiS IS excit... manners of the Gypsy, English. pomts. . retul ned hO.me a
109 and colc;>rful cinema fare. man, and even the Nazi. Great Mr. and Mrs. Charles Doster ' confl,nel,nent. at Holms
Plynn returns to his devil-may est surprise to me, in this prac( and , daughters, Janet and Ho OnclIlnatJ. '
_. care type of mle which suits ica.l,da
y
, and age is the Barbara, and M,rs. A. S. Collett LoUIS Thomp on has returnr> ....
hIm play!ng ,M-ike MtComb I didn' t think ne;d do it! See lf atten.ded ,a dinner Saturday t the home of Mr. and Mr!;.
wh? IS , cashIered oul of the you agree with me. . by. Mr. and Mrs. Gentry, near town. He
Umon Army to become a robber GIVE, _ I\way __ Dep't.: WIlha.m GI.lham m compliment an appenolcU:ls
10 their SOO' and daughter-in- \ at a Columbus
Pre-School Nursery
Sponsored by Lebanon Y. M. C. A.
FQr Children 3 ". to 6 years of ag'e'
BECINNINC SEPT. 27th'
9:15 A. M. 11 :45 A. M.
5 Day. a week
Course incJud'es: Music, Dandng: Singing, Elocution am
Play Time '
Goodyear
law, Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Gilliam hospital.
and famil y who are visiting here
from New York City. CHEERFUL CIRCLE-
Mrs, Alice Urton and hel: u .. Mrs S Tl'l1ls en
r
r
brother d . t . I 'U' , ..,
an SIS .er-m-, aw, tained on Sunday evenIng of .the
Mr. and Mrs. Will. Drake of ' past with the Cheerful Ch"le
Blanchester, were dmner guests members as &-uest8. This was also
of relatives in Dayton, Monday. a farewell for Mr, and Mrs.-Bran-
Mrs. Will Ecton, who sustained
an arm injury recently
submitted to an X-Ray which
revealed ' a broken bon'e. Her
manv friends wish her a' speedy
recovery.
A birthday shower was
,given this week in compliment
to Mrs. Laura woo i
the houseguest of her son-in-
traJt.or who have now lel t to llCJl d
n few months In, California. Guestl!
"
were Mr. and Is. L, V, Bl'llnatra .
1 r f Wilml , lg"o ' . l r . fl nd .\I1r.
M. A Cornell of aytun, d (J
Mr . J, B. Ri h, Mr. and Mrs. Ernest
Smlrt.h and Mr and ,Mrs. Glenn
'M'T. a.nd Mrs Harry
Borden.
law and iaughter, Mr. and Mlrs. IN CASE OF FIRE, DIAL 2222
,.
, - - ... '- . _------------- \ \
I
, Use The 'Abnanat.: I'o
Check The,
, ,
Shoe B,epalr Se .. viee
, U&e
GAZETrE CLASSIFlcl>
.. _t J, - ' - , ADS
, To S\:, _', :' :::11, Rent,
L08l4, Borre w,
Any. Time ' of The Ye8 r
AN OUNCE OF
PREVENTION
IS W:ORm
' --0- '
a p<?l!nd of cure. Our regular
servlClOg of your car keeps it in
A No. 1 condition ... assures
you safe, smooth, carefree driv-
Let us service your car
every 1,000 miles. It's the wise
-thing to QO! Call 2341 FOR
PICK-UP SERVICE.
0"
InviSible Half
Orthopedic Corrections
Cork Extensions ,
I Henry Moeller
I 111-13 E. Mulbenv St. . LEBANON, OHIO
T.hat's because ' there's golden cream in every drop ... '.
nght down to the bottom of the bottlel Extra vitamin 0 "
too. Ask for Golden Crest HomoDee for b4eHer
Delivered to your door, or at
your faVOrite store.
J:.. -
( , p, r II -' () ( ., [) I
We Have
47 kinds of
,
PEONY PHELADENDRONS
for immeqiate
J
delivery. , We will also have RO E , F:RUIT
and SHAPE TREES. Come see us. :( ocaied on Mpund and
Buck RUll Roads ' 1 If.: 'mil es outh of New Burlingtf' l1,
B. :r. EDWARDS

CASH FOR DEAD STOCK
Cows $7. 0 l-}eYSC'"l $6.00'
" , Hogs cwt.
Illig' tu Slit! and conai lion
Prpmpt, Clean Service
,PHONE COLLECf Xenia 1712
. or Wilmington. 2362
JANES Waynes
Ville, Ohio -
PAGE 7 THE IMIAMI GAZETTE
WAYNESVILL'E" OHi(!) No. 43&e
THUR8iDAY, 'SEPTEMBER 18,
68 Years
, ,
Jigo
(From the Miami Gazette of ,
Sept .. . 14,
Enrollment of the Waynes.
ville Public $chool. Elementary
Department, Room 1 Jennie
Dinwiddie. teacher. 1st Grade"
19; 2 n9 Grade, 15. Room' lIt
Mariana Chandler, teacher. 3rd
Grade, 1'1; 4th Grade, 1 5 ;
Ill, Carrie W. Barley,
teacher. 5 th Grade, 16; 6th
Grade, 13. ' Room IV, Minnie C.
Dodson, 7th Grade"
1 7; 8 th, Grade, 11. 1:I igh
School Department - S. A.
Stilwell, Supt. and D. A. Ferree,
Prin. "A" Grade, 9; ' "B"
'Grade, 16 ' Grade, 13;
"0" Grade, 19; Irreg., 3 Tota,l
fo'r 177. '
e, e
The college students who a.
gain put on scholastic harness
for another year's work are
Messrs. Carl Duke and ' Fred
tanton, who left yesterday for
o. S. U., Columbus; Misses
'Grace Cowgill and Flora Tib
balls go to Delaware; Willie
' j ibballs will be detained at
'1 me for a while
with the mumps. Miss Winifred
Harris returns to Smith.
e e
FREE TO THE
Whistles with every pair of
knee pants, or a French harp,
or a gun . that will ,shoot any
Span iard, with a suit that is $1,
$1.50, or $2. Mose Cohen, The
Children's Friend. ," .

Ticket Agent Piatt sold 235
eXCtlrSi0n tickets to Cincinn<lti
from' Corwin- Station from the
5th to the 8th inst., inclusive
which was but a few ' less
were sold at. Morrow:. (Most
of were for persons at.
the G. A. R. encamrp'.
ment.) ,
. . ,.
McClure and Ha'rper, Under.
take'rs and Embalmers at Main
and Miam i .Sts., have recently
placed a telephone in their
office so that they.can be'caned
any time. One coach furnished
free. '
Mr. \ and M.rs. John J. Burske
and, c-:M'ss MarUyn
Burske wereSu'nday, . dinner
guests of reJatives in Toledo,
. and op return Miss Marilyn re.
main.ed at Green Uni.
,for her JUl)ior
Mr. and Mrs. A. H. 'Stubbs
their daughter,
. Yvonne, to Bowling Gree@,
, OhiO on where she en.
tered Bowling Green University
for her freshman year.
F'RIE,N,D8HIP CLUB
CIlub held the
. first rei'ular meetlD . alnce vacation
at the home of .Mra. Glenn Borden
on Wednea4ay atternoOD, with a,
tara-
,Mrs. R. lB. Co'leman waa In charare
ot devOtions . and Mra. Berna,rd
Daley Waa In cb&rp of a program '
ot .. and The club
&c1journe4 to meet Mrs. Irer-
nard BaUl'lin In October all4 "e-
. fl'eahment. were aerve4 bY the
ea. I&.Ild her uet8ta.ntB, Mrs. Elmer
and Mr.. Clara. Sheehan.
MI"8. lI'r8d Hawke ot Tampa. Flor-
ida., who haa bem tbe auNt of
relaUve. nauo ClarkavDle, vi8ltecl
Mr. and /Mr Ronald Hawke this
week.
I
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Fires enter.
talned . 'on Friday even.lng. betor-e
,tbe rehearsal for the wed4Jng ot
theil' daughter, Irma. to Mr. ' Robert
Meredith. wt,th 8. lovely outdoor
party for all the wedding party.
and Mrs. R. B. Colema.n and
Mr . . and Mrs. Herbert Meredith.
DILLAHUNT-COFFEY
The wedrling of Miss Wilma
Jean Otllahunt of SJ?ringfield
and ' M. H. Coffey, mmister of
the Waynesville Church . of
Christ, took place Saturday, .
Sept. 4 in the First Church of I
Christ, Springfield, with John
Wilson, minister of that church, Miss Ruth H LeMay who has
,been In New York City tor the pas't
ebi: months receiving training With
Visiting N'UrBinIg (Service, has been
the guest ot 'Mr. and Mrs. Charles
before taklng up her studies
In Clnclnn8itl she w1ll soon
complete her tra.ln!ng.
More entries in the Miami Gazette's 'recent
Cute Kiddies Contest are, left to right,
ter Fischer, 14 months, son of Mr. and Mrs.
W. G. Fischer of Route 2; Peggy, Tommy,
and Johnny Miltenberger, children of Mr. and
Mrs. M. C. Miltenberger of Route 2.
offiqiating. .
A reception was held later
at the bride's home, after 'which
the couple left fot a week'
wedding trip to Virginia. They
are now at home in the parson-'
age of the local CHurch at M'ain
READ 'GAZETTE C .... lfied Ad,
and High Streets. .
..
Welcome to the Great
\ . '
arren' County Fair
Leban<.>n, Ohio
F9ur. pays
.
SEPTEMBER '. 21, 23, and . 24
New Plymouth Two-Door Sedan
And' other big prizes
f
, DaiiyProg'Fam' Race Program
TUESDAY
9 :30 A. M ..... Judging in various departments
7 :00 P. M ................... Band Concert
8 :00' P. M. ....... B. Ward Beant's lnternational
Congress of Daredevils
WEDNESDAY
'9 :30 A. M ..... Judging in various departments
9 :30 A. M ........... ' .......... Judging of Baby Beef
t :36 P. ' M ............................. Harness Racing
1:00 P. ' M'. , ' ; . . Band Concer.t
8:00 P. M .. George Bird's Musical Majo
. . . '.
THURSDAY
t () :00 A. M. ........... .... ..... ........ Band Concert
.1 :00 P. M ................... .... Harness' Racing
7 :00 P. M. . . .. .. Band Concert
8 :00 P. M ..... George Bird's Musical Majorettes
FRIDAY
9 :30 A., 1,\. . : Parade and Band ,Concert
Ii :00 P. M. ............... Auction ot, Baby Beefs
, t :30 P. M. . ................. Harness Racing
,8 :00 P. M. ..................... White Horse Troup
Superintendents of Speed: D. W. Bishop, '
Ralph Van Meter and Thomas E. Barnhart
WEDNESDAY. SEPTEMBER 22nd
2 :26 Trot ................................ Purse ,400.00
2 :26 Pace ............................... 'Purse ,400.00
---=2:-.-yr .. -old Pace Sta es O.C.S., Est. value 800.00
PRICES
Trophy . given by' Herb's. Place
THURSDAY,. SEPTEMBER , 23rd
Free For All Pace and Trot .... Purse 400.00
Trot Stakes O.C.S., Est. Purse '800.00
Trophy give,n by
Lebarion Citizens National Bank
. old Pace Stakes C.C.S., Est. Purse 800.00
Trophy given by King's Grill
24th,
2:17 Trot ... .................... .. Purse 400.00
2:t 7 Pace .... ..... t...................... Purse 400.00
2-yr.-old Trot Stakes D.C.S., Est. Value 800.00
,, ' . .,
Trophy ' by Hufford lnsurance CO.
,
Certificate ........................ '2,.00
Exhibitor's Ticket 1.50
For each person (aduUt) .................... t ticket
"'Tickets, each . " :
Children under twelve ............................. Free
For each auto or otheJr vehicle ............... 25c
Grandstand, general ............ ........... ,....... 50c,
Grandstand, reserved ............................. ,1.00
Above prices include aUtaxes, Federal and
State.
I ,

J
CLASSIFIED AD RATES
'to PER WORD MINIMUM 25c
DON'T ' FORGET TO CALL
us for insl.lrance. All types of
insurance at a savings. Call
Francis Gene Brown, phone
, Waynesville 2472 or call
collect. Wi.1mington 2111.
HOUSE FOR
NEW BRICK HOUSE on lh
Atre ground. 6 Rooms and '
bath, , Utility room, modern
kitchen, oal< floors, Heata-
Jatar fireplace, steel win-
dows, First House
just west of Lytle.
, Ed. Longacre, Owner.
f'OR SALE-
APPLES - JQnatbans, Cort-
land'S and Grimes Golden.

Also RED DELICIOUS '
Underwood Orchard, . Har-
veysburg. 2897.
-:-ind
THREE ROOMS of Furnitur.e
, . conSisting of living
. 'bed room and kitchen. Good
condition. Call Valley
37203. Donald Lawson, Rt.
1, Waynesville. . - ' 916
WATERMELON and Musk-
melons. Harmony Gro>v
choolhou e on Corwin
New 'Burlington Road, :5
miies NE of
Ed. Laughlin., -923
ESTATE HEATROLA ,arid
white enamel Kitchen War-
mer, both in A-1. , condition.
, Also two 9x 1. 2 rugs. Paul C.
Picking, Phone 2182. . .
, --930
19'38 PORD 2-Dr: good
rubber and' fair runnmg con-
dition. Also All.Metal Trailer ,
with good rubber. B. , T. Ed-
wards, New Burlington.
. -916
-NOTIC'E-
WANTED Laundry' fo do in
my home. . QUlck Service.
Plione 2986. --930
'--ORDINANCE NO. 202
NOTICE OF SALE OF BONDS
LEGAL NOTICE
(Sealed proposals wU'1 ,be received at the office of tb,e Cl-erk of rtbe
Village of WaynesvUle. state of Ohio, until 12 o'clock Ilioon of Octoiber
9,1948, 'f-or the purchase of bonds of the said V11lage, in the aggrega.te
sum oe $5,80Q.00, dated' Ithe 15 day or Octoboer, U48. Said 'bonds will be
twelve (1,2) In .number 'and numbere'd ,fl'om one (1) to ,t,welve (12), ooth
lnclusive. EraJCh of said bonds wi11 be o-f the denomlroatio[l of $500.00, the
l.ast bond to matut'e, however, to be in <the principal arpoun:t of $300.00, ElIDd
wlU draw lnteresIt a.t the -rate of not more than foul' (4) pel' centum per
annum, payruble semi-annually on :the first day of January and the first
day, of July of each year upon presentation and surrender oIt tlbe interest
' COI,mOnS, to be attached Ito <said bonds, Anyone desirIng Ito do so may
present a ,bid or bids for said ,bonds based on ,theil' beaJrlng 'a different
rate of , interest than thM herelnaibove specified, provld-ed that when a
fractional rate .is bid such fra tlon shBiII be one quarter ot ODe.
p er cent or multiples . . Sald Ibonds wlll be due. and pa ys l>le as
follows:
No. ,1 on the 1st day of September, 1950
No. 2 ()n the 1st of September. 1951
No. 3 on ,the , 1s.t day of September, 1952
No, 4 OJt the 1st day of September, 1953
No. 5 on the 1st " day of' ,September, 1954
No. 6 on the 1st day of September. 1955
No, 7 on tJle 1st day of September, 1956
No.8 on the 1st day of ' Septemb'er, 1957
No. 9 on the 1st day of Septernlb"er, U58
No. 10 on the 1st day pf September, 1959
No. 11 on the 1st day o! September, 1960
No. 12 on the tst day of Septern,ber, 1961
Sf! id bonds are Issued , for tbe purpo e of extending, enlarging, and
ImprovIng water ,yorks faclUtles oy extending- water mains to a1lta.ch
to the neow sources of supply, and constructlng facllttfes 1:0 connect onto
uch wells, erecting slhel>ter fo.r said weBs, pumps, and appur-
tenances, aJld for a1'1 other expensee In oonnectlon: ttherewl,th; am! under
Ruthority of the CemlJtlt'lltlon and Jaws of Ohio and o,t the Uniform
tBnnd Act, and under and in accorilalllce with a. Cet'ltal.Jrl ordinance of
aaid VillBige entitled "Ordinance No. 201- An Ordlnrunce Provic!ing foT'
the ISRue a.nd Sale of Bonils and or No-tes of the VtITage of Waynesvtne
for the Purpose of Extending, Enlarging and Improving Walter Works
FaclUUes to, he, Ex-tent That the Income from Such Water fs
to over the Cost of All Operating Expenses, and Inter&St
harges 'on .,such' Bonds Blnd/,or iN<ltes, and to Provid's a Amount
for Retirement or Slnkhlg Fund to Retire Such Bon,as as They Become
Due", on the 2nil e1n.y of AUgoUBt, 19:48. '
!Sald bonds w11l be sold 'to the highest ,bidder for 'TeEIS than the faiCe
\r.alue thereot and accrued Interest. -
Ibids mnst state the number of bondS bid for anl1 the gross amou.nt
of bid and accrued Interest to date of delivery. All 'bi<l's to be accompanied
'With a bond or certified check, payable ,to the VlUage ' for not less than
one per cent of the amount of bonds to be sold, upon condition Ithart: if
the ",bid Is accepted bidder will receive and pay for such ' .bonds
as may be issued as set tor.th, within IthWty (30) days from the
t,me of award, sl;tld bond to forfeited or said check tOI be retained by
the said cMdltion fs not fulflUed. '
Bids be sealed and' endorsed: "Bids for Walter Works Im'provement
Bonds - 1948",
CHAIRLES JAMES


An Ordinance to amend ,Sect,.
__ and
to fix the salary of the Clerk _
of the of Public Affairs.
Be it Ord;lined by the Village'
of Waynesville, Warren County,
state of Ohio: .
Section I. that Secti0Il II ' of
Ordinance No. t 3A be hereby
amended and that the Clerk of
the, Viilage pf 'Waynesv,Ue be
allowed for duties of the
of the Trustees otPubtic Af.fairs,
the sum of Three Hundred.
Twenty-five Dollars .('325.00)
per annum, payable 'quarterly
. from the ' pUblic funds undel"
control of the Trustees of Public ,
.
Section , . 11; That all Ordl"
. ances or parts of ordinances or
amendents of ordinances incon.
sistent herewith be and the '
same are hereby repealed, and .
this ordinance shall take effect
and be in force from , and after
, the 'earliest period, allowed by
law. '
Passed, by Council this 3 rd
, day, of, September 4048.
H. M. SHERWOOD
-, . , Ma or
Attest: CHARLES JAMES Y
Clert
' DONE
A.T
Bellbrook' ,Notes'
Between .sixty and seven!l:y guests
gathered at the home of !Mr. and
Mrs. Chas. Kable, Sr.. one evening
recently for a shower honoring Mr.
and Mrs, PaUl Thomias who were
married Aug. 7 in Columbus. A
beautlful 'floor lamp wa.s the gift
(1'001 the who!1'e crowd. Several
stut:lIts were arranged for /the couple.
Ice cream, cake fl/nd ,punch
'served.
R v. and 'Mrs. Rudolph Hartrum
spent a few day,s wltP the Tate
familles last week. They have
to Petersburg, Ind.
Th'is community was shocked last
week by tthe sudden deaJth ot
"Dutcb" Tri klet'. His cheery pres-
, nce will be miss d in all church
and town activities. His w}.fe a.nd
young SOn' have oUr deepest sym-
, pathy, Mr, Tri.ck1er was only thlrty-
nine old.
. Seveml friends from here attend-
ed the wedding of Mt6JS Bonnie
Dumford a,nd Mr. Richard Ehlers
I n Dayton Srut urday evening and
at the home of Mr. and
Mrs. Dumford or BenbrOOk. They
recel,ved many beauUfu1 and useful
gifts. They are honeymooning in
,New York. Tb y have .their home
furnished 'In Arcanum, Ohio.
'Mrs. Pierce remains very sick at ,
,her home here. She Is the mother
()f Mrs. Roy Black.
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Whit-
aker. had as weekend guests Mr.
and Mrs. Harold Meredith and
family aDd Mr. and Mrs. Harry ,
Meredith and daughter of Lima
and -Miss Anna E. Meredith of,
Cincinnati. '
, Mr. and Mrs, K. N. Hough
and children, Mrs. Viola' Harlan,
Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Earnhart
. and children ' were Sunday din
ner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ev-
Harlan and family near
Blanchester.
For that atra Receptacle
. Or
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Cal'l
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TH E MIAMI GAZETTE PAGE.
WAYNESVILL'E, OHIO No: 4388
, THURSDAY S'E'PTE'MBER, 11, 1tt8
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:/ 24 hours every dny, 7 days t" ,":'
,I w, i" , ever Ht o pping, klltnry,. HII,.,r
wa' III Crom Lbe !JloC;lll.
I people VI re aw ro o( b<l w the
' \" h oys must eonet nntly remove IIU-
I .. . ,) Jl uill" :loess ncids ' ond 0 her w ... te
mut ter thut cannot stuy In I.he blo",d
wi t hout l ujllrY to hl:' ul h, thoro would
Lc Ll' ttor underaLnnding or 7/' !'" Llle
whole SYlitom Is unset whC' n ItldllCYIl r.11
to (unction prOperly. '
1.1 8cnnt y or too Cr quont urillA'
ilon lI\>meLimes warns lhaL Hllmet bini
is wrong" You may sulfer IlUgglug back-
, he, hendl\cbes, dizzlbess, rheuM!ltlc
, ....1' : .111 . II t t Ing up ut nights. swelling,
" ... I . noti try DO(lft', Pill'? Y wiD
ti l< 1';\11': n medicine rocommended lh.
, ntry ovqr, poon', stimulate the rUIlc-
t l n or the klcbleys 'and help them t6
:1 Ish (lut poiaonou. waat.e Crom the
hl ood, They eontain nothing harmful.
(j ut Doa,,', today. u.. with eoDfldcDCB.
A t uti drult Itores.
NORR'I8 B,ROOK COMPANY
Cinoinnatl Union StOck Vard.
Liv. Wlr. and PI'oa .... ilv An
o .. aanization ' Hoo"d to ' no""
8trl.tlv 11.... on the beet
ai, arOunci market In the
oountry.
&ERVIOE THAT 8AT'&F'IEe
WIBIO 11:10 JD. .8. '1'.
Dial lWO, . WLW ClDotDD&U
1Z:40. Dial 700. Dally
Market ReDO'-... ,' ,
Armitage&: San
lAND ... ORA VEL
BLACit-TOP DRIVEl
TAR ..... ROAD OIL
LA Wfel .. 4 FlU. DIRT
t
READY-MIX COJIICRBTE
EXCAVATING aM DUIIP TRUCK .. VICE
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Board 'Calls 'TOWD-' Meetin'g'

;To Debate'
School 'Dilemma
I
The Mia'mi
GAZETTE
There will be a town meeting at the high school at 8 P.
Wednesday, Oct. 6, to seek both short longterm remedies
for over-crowded ' schoolrooms. EveryoI1e IS urged to. aI1:d
join th.e discussion. Every organization