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Mansfield News, The (Newspaper) June 5, 1939, Mansfield, Ohio PAGE TWO THE MANSFIELD NEWS JOURNAL JUNE News Happenings From Communities In Richland Vicin ASHLAND MAYOR ASKS NEW TRIAL OF DAMAGE SUIT Protests Judgment Granted Farmer in Stream Pollution Action. ASHLAND Motion for new trial and to vacate former judg ment in favor of the plaintiff has been filed in common pleas court in the suit of Daniel E. Stone against the City of Ashland. The motion for the new trial and for vacating of the judgment was made by Mayor W. Art Mason in an affidavit which claims that pollution of the stream which runs through the farm of the plaintiff in North Ashland was not caused through fault of the but by a drain which can be traced directly to the Dr. Hess and Inc. In the affidavit signed by the he claims that while on an inspection trip in the creek on May he accidentally kicked a stone which uncovered a drain which is claimed to flow directly from the local firm. It is claimed that the pollution to the stream in the Stone farm. was caused by the creosote and stock dip coming from this and not from any other drains in the stream. LOCKHABT RITES TODAY ASHLAND Funeral services for Mrs. Sadie Frances who died at her home here shortly afternoon were held this afternoon with Rev. C. B. Huff of Ashland in charge. Burial was to be made in the Ash land cemetery. Mrs. native of Pach land was born March the daughter of Michael and Lucy Shaffer. She lived nearly her entire life in Ashland. She was a member of the Church of God here. Survivors include one son Lorin Lockhart at one foster William R. Lockhart of Savan one Mrs. Grace Straub of Ashland. Named In Attempt To Blast School In Wayne County WOOSTER Pe his and their of Smith were held in Wayne county jail today while officers prepared charges in connection with the at tempted dynamiting of the home of School Supt E. at Smithville on April 24. The elder Peterman refused to discuss charges against him. Sheriff Ed Mills said a battered THE OLD HOME TOWN By Stanley DoaiF LAOSH TMfcOUSH HE LIVE ‘TILL. CAM TO HIM SOME1 OTHER OAV 1 THE DOCTORS VWO HAVE GET ED ON HIS FEET DECIDED To LET HIM LAY FOR. AWHILE COfVRICHI KINC FtATURti SVNOlCAU Im WOSLO RrCHIS RESERVED STILL AHEAD County’s Sales Tax Receipts Continue Ahead of 1938. Sales tax receipts in Richland county continued their upward surge during the week ending May with collections totaling or an increase of over the corresponding week last year. The increased receipts boosted total to the last week of May his year to or ahead of last year’s collections to the same time. Ohio’s total sale tax receipts for Ihe third week of May were 978 representing an increase of over the same week in 1938. Sixty seven of the state’s 88 counties showed gams for the week over with the indus trial sections showing the largest gains. DistricT PPtfVITIPC BREVITIES ASHLAND Decree of divorce was granted to the plaintiff here in the suit of Nelia E. Williams was awarded to SON GRADUATES Kathryn Lucille Manning Alfred Howard Manning. from bucket containing dynamite was against Edward H Williams. An identified by members of the Pe j other decree terman family as similar to one they had. Dirt used in packing the dyna mite was reported by bu reau of investigation as similar to dirt around the Peterman resi according to Sheriff Mills. ASHLAND Marriage licenses were issued here David E. FLOWER DISPLAY FEATURES MEETING OF WILLARD CLUB display of minia ture a flower special table and roses and other early June flow ers were exhibited at the annual flower musical sponsored by the Willard Garden club Thursday aft ernoon in the social hall of the Presbyterian church. The market was a new feature for the local club and instead of the usual exchange of a store was established in one cor ner of the hall and plants and shrubbery donated by club mem were sold. The program arranged by Mrs. J. M. included vocal solos by Richard Miss Mary Lewis and by Mrs Harry Hillber ry of and a marim be solo by Miss Mayellyn Wil liams. Mrs. C. H. presi dent of the presided. Tea was served by Mrs. D. Low ery and her Mrs. Wil liam Mrs. D L Booth and Mrs. T. A. Purcell with Mrs. Roth gery and Mrs. R N Crooks pour ing. Mrs. John E Wise was ben eral chairman of the affair. Mr. and Mrs G. W. McElfish entertained a group of relatives and friends at their home follow ing commencement Friday eve ning when their son. was a member of the graduating class Out of town guests who were present Walter McElfish of Pa. Miss Myra Mc Swartz of Coshocton and Leota R. Elfish of Kent. Stacy C. Brown of Baker of John R. Dins ancj more and Helen S. Dreher of Sa Herschel C. Derrow and Grace I. both of Oakley Sunglasses Outlet Loudon RITES IN CHICAGO and Mrs. Fred erick R. 1023 Rogers left Sunday for St. Louis xvhere they will attend the gradu ation of their son. John F. Sban who will receive his degree in medicine from the school of medi cine at the University of St. Tuesday. Rliss Ruth Cook. Mrs. Paul’ Lee. 30. cousin of Mrs. Roy I. Cur Beran and brother Fred Beran. of Maiwfielders Succumbs at Age 30. Funeral services were to be held today in Chicago for Edxvard C. ______ and Robert X. Campbell of will also attend the I Mansfield and son of Mrs. Arvin from Bucyrus. C. former Mansfield resident. Dr. Shaner was graduated from I Campbell is in Chicago to attend Notre Dame uniicrsiu and re the ceived his master’s degree before Mr. Lee. a frequent visitor in’graduated Friday evening were children Evelyn and Mr. and Mrs. Howard W. Murray of New Philadelphia. Arthur will return to Lancaster with his brother Sunday and will be his guest at the World’s Fair at New York during the coming week. Kenneth Frye. a junior at Hills dale college at spent Friday evening here and at tended commencement exercises where his brother. was a member of the class. Guests at the home of Rev. and Mrs. Homer A. Neff wh Oakley Sunglasses Outlet o came for Workman to Muskingum college at New Concord and Miss Helen Barber to Ashland college. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Nixon are spending the week end at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Welch Nixon at Middletown. Dr. and Mrs. Frank Slutz of Dayton were guests of their cou sins Dr. and Mrs. A. D. Robertson Friday. Dr. Slutz was speaker for commencement exercises here. 4 H Clubs Jay Rmehart was elected presi dent of the Richland County Colt club at a recent meeting. Other officers are Richard vice Joe secre Albert Roger recreation and Christ news re porter. The next meeting will be Tuesday June 13. ESCAPE INJURY BUCYRUS Elmer Hall of Bu cyrus and Franklin Wechter of New Washington escaped injury when their cars collided at the Plymouth and Conley five miles east of Bucyrus Saturday. Both cars were badly damaged. The accident occurred when Hall attempted a right turn on the Con ley road. Wechter told sheriff’s deputies who investigated the ac cident that he thought Hall was going to turn north and attemped to pass him on the right side. BUCYRUS OPENS RECREATIONAL CENTERS TODAY 15 Young Men and Women to Be in Charge of Summer Playground Activities. BUCYRUS Fifteen Bucyrus young men and women have been taking an extensive training course in social recreation in daily sessions at the Y. M. C. A. prep aratory to the opening today of the four Bucyrus recreational centers. Playgrounds will be under WPA supervision at Kilbourne and Crawford schools and at Har mon field. vol ley horse shoe pitching and a varied pro gram of handicraft will be offered by the supervisors. MARRIED SATURDAY BUCYRUS Mae daughter of Mr. Mrs. Harry G. 824 Hgh street became the bride of Clarence A. son of Mr. and Mrs. A. P. 427 East Charles street in a pretty service performed in Holy Trinity Catholic church Saturday morning. Rev. Father Leo Rein artz read the ceremony and was the celebrant of the nuptial high mass. Following the wedding a break fast and reception was held at the King’s Daughters chapter house for 50 guests. The newly wedded pair left on a short wedding trip at noon and upon their return will live at 223 West Lucas street. ILL TWO DAYS James of Near Dies at Home. James died Sunday at a. m. at his six miles southeast of Gallon in the Bloominggrove vicin ity. He had been ill only two complications causing his death. For eighteen and one half years he had lived in Shelby where he was a metal and only resided at the present home for one month. He was born In Knox Dec. the son of Simon and Clara Bemiller. His mar riage was to Arlene Kirsh who sur vives. Besides the widow he is survived by one daughter. Mrs. Douglas Clow of and a grand and one Mrs. E. S. Frazier of Ohio. The deceased was a member of the United Brethren church of Shelby. Funeral services will be h e 1 d Tuesday at 2 p. m. at the Whitt ridge Mortuary in Galion where friends may call any time. Rev. John pastor of the Shelby U. B. will officiate. Burial will be made in Bunker Hall ceme tery at Ohio. W. Shene field of 337 North Columbus submitted to an operation at Crestline Emergency hospital Saturday. CRESTLINE Miss Marcella Schreck was dismissed Sunday from Crestline Emergency rospital where she had been convalescing following an to go to her home in Galion. RECENT BRIDE AT CRESTLINE HONORED AT SURPRISE PARTY commencement when Robert Neff interne at DePaul hospital. St. beginning July i. entering medical school will Mansfield died Saturday in Chi j Dr. caco. He was a graduate of Heid i Mrs. Man B. McCulloch and Miss elberp college at Tiffin and later Lillian and Lloyd McCulloch of lecened his doctor’s degree in Xew Concord rhrrnistry at the University ofj Chicago i Many of the local teachers are Mr. is Survived by his planning to soon to attend Mis Julia Lee of his ‘Bummer school at various colleges. swhT. Arvin C. Lee. and a Miss Emma Lou Sage and Miss sister. Miss Marian Lee. both of Hazel Stein will go to Boulder col T.’fm jlecc at Demer. Colo. Miss Evelyn CRESTLINE EASTERN STARS TO ENTERTAIN MANSFIELD CHAPTER News In Crawford County Courts BUCYRUS Picas Dolores Ruth Dodd John Elmer Dodd. Custody of minor and of thf household are al o s’ kcd. in the estate of Marj Firs’ account filed the estate of Charlotte Haas Inventory and schedule of filed in the es tate of John W. Stylzmnn. Application for a jnarnar’1 li cense has been fik d in probate court by Edwin Gumup. 26 Galion. office and Josephine M. 24. Galaon. TWO BURGLARIES to enter j line on lam Ruth Chafer O. E. S. of i Potluck supper will be served Id at a _ J Mrs. H. A. Bradshaiv was al Ibvir opening Jo of 1he CRESTLINE Arranged as a surprise to the honoree was the post nuptial courtesy tendered Mrs. John Berger. Friday eve ning at her new corner of Cross and Henry when Mrs. David Kinsler of Parkers burg. W. Va. presided as hostess. Mrs. Richard winner of first prize in the bridge presented it to the honoree who won the second prize Miscellaneous shower gifts were found by the honoree by means of verses attached to humorous gifts j William Long presided for the which the group presented her. j meeting and plans were discussed The hostess was assisted by her for the national Townsend con sister. Mrs. Robert and Miss vention Oakley Sunglasses Outlet to be held at Indianapolis Margaret Marquart in sen ing a j in June. Plans were also made luncheon. Miniature sprinkling for a social meeting of the club cans were favors. July 9. Mrs. Berger was Miss Mary Marquart before her marriage. Out of town guests present were i Ion. D. C. was a guest at the J. At this time a Mrs. Robert Marquart of Bucy U. club meeting Friday evening at urday at the Y. M. C. A. at Following the dinner the group went to the home of Mr. and Mrs. George Beck. North Co lumbus street. W. H. Hartman and Mrs. Beck received prizes in the games. Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Weigman of Fremont were out of town members present Two new members and ten re newals were received at the w eekly meeting of Crestline Tow nsend club Friday evening in their rooms in the city building. Mrs. Earl Peterson of rus. Mrs. William Deplcr Oakley Sunglasses Outlet and Mrs. Robert Beck of Mansfield. Mrs. Max group was in the home of Miss Ednah Smith. north of town. Mrs. B. Obenoar and Mrs. Park Arter won score awards in fall At rc at a Pastime club and Mrs. OHo Sut charge for a social meeting of evening’s bridge games. The Harmonj Chapter.’Jcr and for W. C. held Fri group made plans for a steak fry’ aM orn Viar held at a meeting of day afternoon at the home of Mrs. I next Wednesday. June 7. at the ol of Thursday hall WorlV. t Nelson held in Masonic Mvron. Mrs Mnr GAL1OX TV. o with small loot occurred here early Saturday mornine. Jice stated. G. 3iams grocery on North Market were entered. Foster. Guests present home of Mrs. Park Arter. and for at home of Mrs. Anna Mrs. A. P. Sonner and a regular meeting June 23 al the John Lolcus. Blue Lantern when Miss Alice So Mrs. Vaughn Ritzbaupt won the Singer will preside as hostess. Mrs. Frank Yakubek was a euesi present and Mrs. George Schill bridco award in Mrs. C F. Dickin son in and Mrs. 3. U Mor A program appropriate 1o the last day of consisting of Mrs P William W Gfiarfll and Mrs prizes ed by club Thursday evening the winner of award. The losers will enlertaa’n the row aft winners of the series ivath a dm Lunch was served by the com readings and musical r r ai ‘he Biuc Lantfm. a dffa miller. Another mee’ang was an was presented by Ersane club date to be announced nounced for Friday. June 9. at the members Friday evening when ‘home of Mrs. H. N. Baldanger. Mrs. Fred Hesser and Mrs. E. G. I Anderson entertained al the home The June meeting of the Merry of the latter. In a musical contest. Mrs. Her LUCAS A daughter bom 1o Ihe S S club Thursday evening’ Charles Lance led 1he de al of Mrs Pearl Over and Walter h June R rl ih wall be wel Mooney prcsadc d for Ihe business Makers club held Friday at corced by Mrs Pauline at a ireeting of Trinity Lutheran the home of Mrs. A. D. Miller with j bert Leacy of Steubenvalle. a guest Aid society held Thursday after Mrs. Charles Foltz and present and Mrs. J. F. Reinhart club mTTibfrs noon at Ihe church Sewing and Christane Mailer guests. Mrs. Wai received prizes. cufMs Mrs a social hour preceded Ihe serv ham Cndcr and Mrs. Ida Wachs This was the concluding mect The hach score inc of a supprr by a commillee were contest winners. of the group until gift in bnra’EA was won bj Mrs. E composed of Mrs a committee coiTSposeS of1 Mr. and Mrs. Howard Slot 15 T Rcmy club was mvated Mrs Emmer. jr. Mrs Rob L and M Panochle club mem Mrs. A. T. Mrs. S. F. Trim ineir home has been named Janet bj Mrs. C. A. Sicphsn ‘o at Jicibcrijihauwn and Mrs. Var concluded Jhesr series of ble and Mrs. Hesser will arrange Mam. J thear Jarm cottage cast of Crest gie Campbell. waih a dinner party Sat a danner meeting for the dub. L For the Graduate LUGGAGI Luggage solves the graduate gift prob and is a gift that will last them a time. Choose from pieces of all prices all beautifully made service and appearance. AND WEEK END CASES .95 trt to DRESS PACKS KAT AND SHOE CASES GLADSTONE BAGS The all purpose bag for men. 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