This Week in History: May 7, 1942
TWIN CITY NEWS
"LOYAL TO YOUR BEST INTERESTS...IN UNITY THERE IS STRENGTH"
MRS. O.E. WEIST Editor and Proprietor;
MADGE BEYER Associate Editor
THE SPOTLIGHT: Lillian Brison "AN AMERICAN IS BORN...That's the name of our (Liberty Union) senior play...The following people make up the cast: Wayne Keiser, Vietta Poff, Lillian Brison, Erladeen McBee, Lois Kohler, Jimmy Kellner, Earl Welde, George Stilwell, Patty Mason, Bette Bryan, Walla Chase, Marna Fishbaugh...The play will be given this Friday evening May 8, at 8:15. The admission is only 25 cents plus tax for adults, 15 cents plus tax for children..."
"Mrs. Ina Fritz has accepted the position as receptionist in the office of Dr. S.C. Sneeringer, Baltimore."
"Mr. Harry Broyles and wife of Thurston called on his old friend J.P. Gierhart and wife Sunday afternoon."
"Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Smart (writer: The Smart family founded the local paper mills in 1893) of Columbus called on Dr. and Mrs. C.M. Alt Sunday.
BASIL LOCALS: "Miss Ruth Messerly left Sunday for Dayton where she has accepted a position."
"Mr. and Mrs. Worth Harder, Basil, spent the week-end as guests of Sgt. D.W. Unkle and Mrs. Unkle in Wilmington."
OFFICERS ELECTED AT LIBERTY-VIOLET COUNCIL OF RELIGIOUS EDUCATION TOWNSHIP CONVENTION: "Fred Van Buren was elected president...For the afternoon musical program, George Stilwell, George Foltz and Henry Foltz played Hawaiian guitar selections...The male quartet, Harold Weaver, D.D. Eibler, Cyril Sims, and Martin Sims sang..."