Mrs. Dan Hill returned to her home on Johnson ave., after spending 15 days with her son and daughter-in-law, Pvt. and Mrs. Dan Hill, and son of Lincoln, Neb. Pvt. Hill is -stationed at the Lincoln air field . Misses Mary Louise, Virginia and Irene Sharp of W. Chestnut st., spent Sunday in Newark with their aunt, Mrs. William Lang, who is ill. Mr. and Mrs. William H. Turner were married in Mt. Vernon on June 30, 1880, by the Rev. Charles While, pastor of the AME church. They have spent all of the 64 years in Mt. Vernon, living at the present address for 44 years. Mrs. Turner, who was 85 on May 12, was an employee of the Northwestern Elevator and Mill company for 51 years. 45 years of which he held the position at engineer, They are the parents of a son. Charles, custodian at the court house. They are two sons and a daughter, deceased. Mrs. Turner celebrated her 86th birthday on January 17. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Chancellor of N. Rogers st, and Mr. and Mrs. Earl Sharp and daughters, Ruth and Irene, attended the Count Basie show at the Palace theatre, Columbus, Tuesday evening. Mrs. Mabel Mayle has returned to her home on N. Jefferson st. after a month of convalescing in the home of her daughter, Mrs. Margaret Johnson of Columbus. Misses Emma Rose, Celina Simmons, Cordelia Hywarden Vera Payne, Jacqueline and Juanita Johnson of Lima. Chester and James McGee and Floyd Walker attended the Count Basie stage show in Columbus Tuesday. Miss Beverly of Lansing, Mich., is spending a few days with her sister, Mrs. Charles Turner, at her home, Century Pines, on Clinton rd. The Egyptian Rally club held a lawn fete at the home of Mrs. Vera Payne on W. Chestnut st, Tuesday evening. Chairman of the club is Mrs. Charles Turner. Mrs. Charles Chancellor, sr., of N. Rogers st., spent the holiday with friends in Mansfield.
The Ohio State News
"Down Our Way" (1944). Newspaper Articles. Paper 210.