For the Older Folks - MEMORIES... For the Younger Folks - REFLECTIONS
From the Review Files - 50 Years Ago
As Compiled by Mary Judge
December 20, 1926
Miss Lois Rhuark entertained members of her Sunday School class of the First Christian Church at her home on Chester Ave., Wellsville, last night. Among the guests were Nova Clendenning, Luella Cook, Geraldine Riel, Margaret Mackall, Daisy and Hazel Newlen, Juanita Hildore and Dorothy Gray. A Playlet "Dancing Christmas Trees" will be presented by Queen of Ohio Council Daughters of America of Wellsville tomorrow at the K. of P. lodge room, Fifth and Main Sts. Those taking part are Miriam Wolgamott, Lillian and Cleo West, Dorothy and Virginia Hardman, Mary Baughman, Isabel Hall, Geraldine Ward, Irene McFall, Beulah Bower, Blanche Call, Dorothy and Jane Fuller, Phyllis and Jean Beymer.
December 23, 1926
Miss Ruby Burgess was surprised Saturday evening at her home on Shadyside Ave., in honor of her birthday anniversary. Among those present were: Misses Nina Echols, Mary Lanning, Annie Mercer, Mae Waters, and Harry Johnston, Archie cIntosh, Harry Hoy, and Ross Mercer. Last Minute Shopping Suggestions: for Him: watch fob, fountain pen, scarf pin, garter sets. For Her: mesh hand bag, lavalliere, collar and cuff set. For the Kiddies: steam shovel, kiddie kar, Ma Ma dolls, Dizzie Lizzie, cork guns, Sandy Andy.
December 22, 1926
Harnessing the Colorado river seems not far away, thanks to a number of earnest men, including Secretary Hoover. The remaining difficulty seems to be arranging an agreement between California and Arizona; a great part of the power and irrigation would be used in California. Deliveries will be made by city and parc el (sic) post carriers at the local postoffice (sic) until noon Christmas Day, Postmaster J. Edwin McClure announced today. The general delivery and stamp windows will be open from 9 to 10 a.m. Special delivery service will be rendered throughout the day and mail will be dispatched as usual.
December 23, 1926
The First Church of Christ will present a cantata, "Christmas in Cherryland" tonight under the direction of Mrs. Kurt Bergner. The cast includes Misses Alma and Mildred Jones, Ira Sayre, Earl Beeler, Edith McKinnon, Beulah White, Jean Hobbs and George Esenhuth. A saxophone solo by Ted Tatgenhorst and a violin solo by Jenny Alaimo will be given during the cantata. Ralph Benedum announces to the public, the opening today of his new and modern equipped cut-rate pharmacy on Penn Avenue at Mulberry Junction. About 125 guests are expected to attend the sixth anniversary dinner-dance of the Rotary Club at the Country Club. The committee in charge of arrangements is made up of W. E. Wells, who will also be toastmaster; C. V. Beatty, and R. L. E. Chambers. DeMar Miller's Orchestra will play for dancing.
December 24, 1926
Girls of The Review Tribune business office were hostesses to the advertising and editorial departments at a Christmas luncheon served in the offices at noon today. The hostesses were Misses Edna Wilson; Mary Davidson, Minnie Rabinovitz, Violet Snowden, Jeanette Grafton and Grace E. Schenkel. Guests were D. M. Krug, general manager; Clyde Smith, Bernard Bailey and Harold Dawson of the advertising department; F. R. O'Hanlon, editor; Francis J. Wise, Alexander Sweeney and H. J. Kaufman of the editorial staff. A three-course luncheon was served Wednesday at the buckeye plant of the Knowles, Taylor and Knowles pottery in honor of James Wilson, foreman. Places were arranged for Mesdames Mary Debee, Mary Coleman, Kathryn Smith, Lettie Brown, Anna Hoover, Hannah Miller, Sadie Beckwith, Effie Cavitt, Mabel Groubert, and Grace Mountford. The honor guest was given a silk umbrella. In all walks of life, in homes of the poor as well as the more fortunate, the Yuletide spirit will be exemplified tomorrow. And thanks to the thoughtfulness of the churches and their many societies, fraternal and patriotic organizations, and other units, Santa Claus will overlook no homes in the East Liverpool district. There will be joy in the mansion, for happiness will be spread in the form of bountiful dinners, and gifts of love. Say it with flowers, or say it with socks, Say it with jewelry, candy or clocks, Say it with poetry, say it with art, But the best way to say it, is right from the heart. "MERRY CHRISTMAS"
Note - this news clipping was given to me by a dear friend who is weeding out her genealogy things. There are many clippings that are not date, although they contain many names and useful information. Thus, I will be posting them without the dates and some without publication names. Where it is present, I will provide it.