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ELMORE NEWS MR3. J. & GEMBEIUONO Correspondent Henry G. Avers of Wasnington, D. C, is visiting his brother and wife, Mr. and Mrs. Edward Avers. Ernest Willmeth, lornl telephone lineman, and his wife and family have left on a week's camping and fishing trip on the Muskingum river, near Zanesville. The marriage of Miss Irene Gnepper, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Gnepper, formerly of Elmore Elmore and Arnold Dietrich of Oak Harbor, was solemnized in Grace Lutheran church here Friday evening, evening, July 23, by the bride's former pastor, Rev. Ridenour. The couple has gone to housekeeping near Oak Harbor. The Needleworkers of St. John's Evangelical church held their annual annual family picnic and pot-luck pot-luck pot-luck supper supper at Greenwood Tark, Toledo road, Friday afternoon. Roger Butt of Chicago, 111., son of Fred Butt of this place, is visiting visiting in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Butt this week. The Trinity Lutheran Sunday School will hold their annual picnic in the John Lohrbaeh woods north of town, Sunday, August 1. Frank Muenzor, manager of the Multiplex concrete machinery plant here, accompanied by his son Rob ert, has left on an extended business trip including attendance at a National National convention of cement block manufacturers at Atlantic City next work. The old Loertscher home, one of the few remaining pioneer homes of this village, and built 75 years or more ago, has lately been purchased purchased by Mr. George Brown of Elmore, Elmore, from Jacob Loertscher of Toledo, Toledo, The building, a two-story two-story two-story frame dwelling in good condition, was the home of the late Jacob Loertscher, Sr., a pioneer tailor here, for about 50 years; and his wife died in the home in recent months nt 96 years of age, having lived there about 60 years. Miss Fay Anderson of Oak Park. 111., was a recent guest of the Rev. A. C. Thober family. A pet show was a feature attraction attraction at. the Community playground at Harris-Elmore Harris-Elmore Harris-Elmore school, Friday afternoon. Miss Ruth Bahnson and Paul W'orthman, playground supervisors, supervisors, were in charge. Donald, young son of Mr. and Mrs. Ben Damschroder, had the misfortune to crush the end of the middle finger of his right hand so that the injured part of the finger had to bp amputated. The lad was helping his father on the threshing outfit when the accident occured. GIBSONBURG NEWS URS. JAMES LEID Correspondsnt Many Gibsonburgers visited the Guthrie's at Wayne Home Coming this week and viewed their act. Fred Guthrie is a former Gilison-burg Gilison-burg Gilison-burg boy who with his wife put on a tight wire act. His mother, Mrs. Ida Guthrie and his children Jean and Freddie accompanied the act and enjoyed visiting with former friends. Mr. and Mrs. O. H. Taul left on Saturday morning for a week's vacation vacation at Cheboygan, Mich.