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/Thursday, January 31, 1946
Golden Wedding Anniversary One of the pleasant social events of the new year was the celebration of the golden wedding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs, William C. Wehr, which was held at their home on Lewis street, last Sunday. The rooms which were decorated with baskets and vases of beautiful cut flowers, were thrown open during the after noon and evening. Approximately three hundred, friends called during tLe day. A number of lovely gifts were presented to the couple. Scores I of telegrams, telephone calls, and .messages also poured into the home, isent by those who could not attend. During the open house held in the irfternoon and evening, the following ladies poured tea: Mrs. Ethel Hazard And Miss Grace McKee, Mary Combs Dientsbach during the And Mrs. Josephine ___„ Willis Hupp and Mrs. Mollie Young, during the evening. and Mrs. and Mrs. Minnie afternoon, Mary Tipton, and Mrs. Freestone, and Mrs. The only persons present who were at the wedding fifty years ago were Mrs. Wehr’s sisters, Mrs. Winnie McGarry of Marietta, and Mrs. fennie Stille of Caldwell. A family dinner was enjoyed at boon at the Fern Restaurant. Those •resent were: Mr. and Mrs. Wehr, ■Irs. Gertrude Wehr, Mr. and Mrs. 1. J. Wehr and sons, Billy and Bobby Barnesville Dr. and Mrs. R. H. Wehr and sons, David and Richard tf Covington Mrs. Winnie McGarry 1 zanesville Mr. and Mrs. Asa tump of Nashport and Rev. and irs. David A. Doan of Caldwell. ./ehr-Miller Mt. and Mrs. Ira Wehr, Quaker ■City R. D. 4, Noble County are announcing the marriage of their daughter Marie to Theodore Miller, son of Mr. and Mrs. Carl Miller of ^Macksburg R. D. 1. The ceremony was read Monday afternoon, January 14, in Marietta, by Rev. K. B. Alexander, Metho eciist minister. For her wedding the new Mrs. Miller chose a blue wool suit with black accessories. Mr. Miller is a veteran of the ifoth Pacific, having received his ■icharge in November of 1945. ■The couple will reside with the oom’s parents at present. at. Ann’s Guild MThe first called meeting of the wwly organized St. Ann’s Guild, jpm prised of ladies of St. Philomena jp,holic church, was held Wednes jw evening, January 23, in the lights of Columbus hall, West Met. Thirty-seven ladies were pres -it for the initial meeting. Rev. Fr. ijbhen J. Pekalla, pastoral adviser id£ sponsorer, gavelled the meeting Order and offered prayer. Fallowing a brief summary of the me work of the Guild, by Rev. k®lla, the meeting was continued ’Order and the election of officers, io to serve for one year, was ■are ■Is. T. M. Ehlermann was elected As serve as the Guild’s first presi JBit. To assist her for the coming year, the following ladies were elect ed: Mrs. E. G. Ditch, first vice presi (dent Mrs. L. E. Potts, second vice president Mrs. Clarence J. Estadt, secretary and Mrs. Simon Warner, I treasurer. Ladies elected to serve in the ca pacity of an advisory committee in elude Mrs. Ignatius Fox, Mrs. Anna Riski, Mrs. Albert J. Crock, Mrs. 'Henry U. Schott, and Mrs. Gertrude Wehr. It was decided that the Guild would meet in regular session on 1 the second Wednesday of each month. 1 Ladies present, in addition to those already mentioned, were: Miss Helen Drugan, Mrs. Florence Bridgeman, ■Mrs. William H. Estadt, Mrs. Fran cis T. Estadt, Mrs. Fred Yontz, Mrs. Urban Nau, Mrs. Adele James, Mrs. ClarencegSchehl, Mrs. Eunice Miller, Mrs. L. B. Walters, Mrs. Mary Arn old, Mrs. Margaret Carpenter, Mrs. Bizabeth Estadt, Mrs. Charles Kerr, Mrs. Ed. Thomas, Mrs. J. L. Heppner, Mrs. Elijah Crum, Mrs. Albert Miller, Mrs. William Dimmer Hng, Mrs. Edward Michel, Mrs. Rome j£ori, Mrs. Harley Estadt, Mrs. Clem ent A. Estadt, Mrs. Harold Archer, Mrs. Cisar and Mrs. Stanley Mazgay. feri, Mrs. Harley Estadt, Mrs. Clem- Mrs. George Bosold, Mrs. Michael The Guild prize was awarded rs. Harold Archer. to A number of friends gathered at Wfc. u_ Mrr- Mvrnn Sat fare- .e home of Mr. and Mrs. Myron Tjves, at Mt. Ephraim, last day evening for a surprise AT party. During the evening they Aitnted Mr. and Mrs. Groves with o blankets. Refreshments K-ved to the following: Mr. •a. Myrc.* .------ Tintworth, Mr. and Mrs. J. J 4i,'ves, children, Fay and Richard, th and Mrs. Russel King, Mr. and were and •on Bates, Mr. and Mrs. Ray th, Mr. and Mrs. J. J- Fred Oliver and daughters, 1 land Deloris Charles Warner, as Bond, Mr. and Mrs. John v0,denhall and daughters, Ruth and llM* Mr. and Mrs- Fred Bates, 8 daughters, Norma and Lorita ar and Mrs. L. G. Reed, Mr. and Charles Watson, Mr. and Mrs. i in Graham and daughter, Anna H'vp Mr. and Mrs. Harry Miley and ^rh'ters, Twila, Patsy and Bar- Mr. and Mrs. James Watson hildren, Ray, Fred, and Jimmie Powell, Earl, Betty, Sylvia, fc, and Walter Powell Janet ms Sarah Finley Marilyn and Mendenhall Mr. and Mrs. Gould Mr. and Mrs. Rodney Will nd daughters, Betty Jane and He Williams Mr. and Mrs. Jack Miley, Jewel I and Mrs. Dallas Bates, David McAuley Mr. ri. Norman Miley and children 5 and Mildred Mrs. Angie and daughter, Patricia Elsie mell, I Dora Miller, Mary F. David Rich, Susie Hannahs, and Emerson Hannahs Paul on and Wilma Rich Doti- Myron Beatty Zelma Mildred Shafer. Mr. and Mrs. John Kochalko, of Cumberland, formerly of Belle Val ley, are announcing the marriage of their daughter, Agnes, to Robert Sidaway, son of Mr. and Mrs. Clar ence Sidaway, of Cleveland. The double ring ceremony took place November 24 at Holy Trinity church, Cleveland. The bride was given in marriage by her father and Irene Roman served as maid-of-honor. Farewell Party Members of the Home Builders’ Class of the First Methodist church held a farewell party for Rev. Virgil C. Jump, in the social room of the church, Monday evening with Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Davis and Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Danford, acting as hosts and hostesses. A course chicken dinner was enjoyed at six o’clock, with the entire group seated at one long table. Frank Tarleton, conducted the 1946 class calendars were distributed and the nominating committee nam ed as follows: Mary Hanes, Daryl Buckey, and Opal Brumbach. Attorney Vernon Archer, in behalf of the class, presented Rev. Jump with a beautiful framed painting of The Old Bruton Parish church by J. C. Claghorn at Williamsburg, Va. made famous by the facts of its being the* official worshiping place of the continental governors, George Washington, Thomas Jefferson, Pat rick Henry, Peyton Randolph, and others. Atty. Leo Carter also spoke, on the fast friendships which had grown through the years since Rev. Jump who is leaving soon for Barnesville, has been teacher of the class. Rev. Jump also responded with a short talk. Those who were present included: Mr. and Mrs. Harry Davis and son Larry, Miss Alice Guiler, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Hanes, Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Archer and daughter, Carol Ann, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Beyer, Mr. and Mrs. Daryl Buckey, Mr. and Mrs. Herschel Jordan and daughter, Linda, Rev. and Mrs. Virgil C. Jump, Mrs. John Pickenpaugh and son, Ned, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Seffens, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Smith, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Tarleton and son, Timmy, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Tilton, Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Wood and daughter, Barbara, Mr. and Mrs, Henry Brumbach and daughter, Grace, Mr. and Mrs. Hall eck C. Secrest, Nancy and Darrell Secrest, and the hosts and hostesses Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Davis and Mr. Mrs. Wayne Danford. Out of town members present were Mr. and Mrs. Harry Wise and son, Freddie, of Zanesville. HI—Y Club Public installation of officers and members of the recently organized Hi-Y club were held in the First Methodist church last Sunday even ing. Mr. L. D. Soules of Columbus, regional officer of the Ohio—West Virginia Hi—Y area, spoke to the group. The McConnelsville Malta Hi—Y club was present and served as the inducting organization. Byron Steen, member of the Caldwell High School faculty, is counsellor for the local group. Officers for the club include: Charles Tilton, president William Richcreek, vice president Charles Gump, secretary and Jerry Week ley, treasurer. The Price Is as Private as the Lock on your Front Door. Whether the family chooses to spend much or little for a tervice, the cost is held in strict confi dence by us. Our wide choice of prices gives every family the privilege of se lecting a service priced within its means. M£VAY SCHILLING tJuMM&iknnJL CALDWELL MR. AND MRS. ROBERT SIDAWAY William Louden served as best man and Carl Kochalko, brother of the bride, and Le Joyce Kinney at tended the couple. Mr. Sidaway was recently dis charged from the army after serving with the First Rangers in the Euro pean theater for the past two and one-half years. The couple spent their honeymoon in Detroit, Mich., and are making their home in Cleveland. Literary Club Mrs. Leo Carter was hostess to members of the Woman’s Literary club, for their January meeting, at her home on the West Side Tuesday evening, with the president, Mrs. Mary Hanes, presiding. The roll call proved to be interesting when mem bers responded with Chinese prov erbs. For the evening’s program, Inez Clark gave a splendid review of the book, “China’s Soong Sisters”. Ada line Jordan gave a most interesting paper on “China, Its Vices and Its Virtues.” Louise Clark presented an interesting and instructive paper on “Missions in China.” The nominating committee, com posed of Irma Smith and Inez Clark, reported and the following officers for the coming year were elected: Mrs. A. C. Daniels, president Mrs. Marvin Wood, vice president Ethel Pryor, recording secretary Mrs. Vernon Archer, treasurer Mrs. C. L. Ullman, corresponding secretary Mrs. Harry Knox, critic, and Mrs. A. R. Beyer,*librarian. Members of the club present in cluded: Mrs. Harry Knox, Miss Ethel Pryor, Mrs. Bolon Bainhouse, Mrs. Nancy Williams, Mrs. George I Brown, Mrs. Virgil C. Jump, Miss Inez Clark, Mrs. Henry Brumbach, Mrs. W. A. Okey, Mrs. A. R. Beyer, Mrs. Dwain Dyer, Mrs. Richard Hanes, Mrs. Marvin Wood, Miss Louise Clark, Mrs. Herschel Jordan, Mrs. Mary II. Clark, Mrs. Florence Archer, Mrs. C. L. Ullman, Mrs. Irma Smith, Mrs. A. C. Daniels, and the hostess, Mrs. Carter. W.C.T.U. An interesting program was en joyed last Friday afternoon, when the January meeting of the Caldwell W.C.T.U. was held at the home of Mrs. Charles Kirchner on North street. Mrs. Kirchner, president, pre sided, andMrs. M. S. Casto and Mrs. IL M. Shafer conducted the devo tional service. Plans for the remain der of the year were discussed. Mother’s Club There will be a regular meeting of the Mother’s Club at the home of Mrs. A. G. McGregor on Monday, February 4, at 8 o’clock. All mem bers are urged to attend. NOBLE SATURDAY—FEBRUARY 2 Matinee and Evening tLi ft Starring DENNIS MORGAN DANE RAYMOND ALAN UK-KISH'HUE ANDREA KING JOHN RIDGELY February 9 “RHAPSODY IN BLUE” February 16 “G. T. JOE” February 23 “WEEKEND AT THE WALDORF” THE JOURNAL, CALDWELL, OHIO Miscellaneous Shower Miss Jewel Moore, Mrs. Mary Secrest and Mrs. Helen Miley, enter tained with a miscellaneous shower Wednesday evening in the honor of Mr. and Mrs. Rex Moore at the Moore home in Mt. Ephraim. Mr. Moore was recently discharged from the Army after 35 months of ser vice. The honored couple received many beautiful gifts. Refreshments were served to the following: Mr. and Mrs. George And rews, Dickie and Paul Andrews, Mr. and Mrs. Larry Crumrine of Woods field, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Casey, Rex Casey, Mrs. J. B. Casey, Mary Ellen Casey, Mr. and Mrs. Rodney Williams, Rose Marie and Betty Jane Williams, Mildred Shafer, Mr. and Mrs. Dallas Bates, Charles and Russel Moore, Mrs. Elsie McConnell, Mrs. Linnie Cowgill, Sara Finley, Mrs. Hazel Moore, Martha Moore, Mr and Mrs. Carl Beatty, Myron Beattey, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Shafer, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Stiles, Mrs Hazel Powell, Walter, Betty, Sylvia, Fred die and Earl Powell, Mr. and Mrs. Ervin Graham, Gene and Anna Beryl Graham, Mrs. Edith Williams, Janet and James Williams, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Miley, Mrs. Dora Miller, Mary and David Rich. Thomas Rossiter, Oral Watson, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Berry, Helen Berry, Mildred McAuley, Mr. and Mrs John Mendenhall, Ruth Anna and Wilma Mendenhall, Mr. and Mrs Myron Groves, Edith, Grace, Don and Dale Groves, Mr. and Mrs. Dallas Bond, Mr. and Mrs. James Watson, Mr. anr Mrs. Fred Oliver, Joan and Delores Oliver, Mrs. Mae Bates, George Bates, Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Finley Rita Sue Finley, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Moore, Robert, Darrell, Donald, Linda, and Ronald Moore, Mr. and Mrs. Norman Miley, Mildred Miley, Frankie West, Donnie Moore, Jackie Bates, Wyatt Bates, Mrs. Laura Morrison, Mr. and Mrs. Warren Miley, Betty Miley, Mr. and Mrs. Halleck Secrest, Nancy and Darrell Secrest, Jewel Moore and the honored guests. Those who sent gifts were Mr. and Mrs. Bill Bates, Kenneth Bates, Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Poulton, Hester Shafer, Mr and Mrs. Wilmer Wat son, Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Reed, Mr. and Mrs. Wilber Caldwell, Thomas Knox, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Moore, Mr. and Mrs. A. N. Secrest, Mr. and Mrs. Orville Casey, Mr. and Mrs. Jess Johnson, Mr. and Mrs Daily Vorhies, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Mil eym, Imo Yoho, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Beattey. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Pringle Irvin Cowgill and Chelcie McConnell Mr. &nd Mrs. Fred Bates. Benefit Bridge The benefit bridge sponsored by the Mother’s club was held at the Caldwell High School auditorium Monday evening. Bridge and euchre were played with prizes being award ed to the following: Mr. Steen, Mrs. Bolon Barnhouse, Mrs. W. S. Cam den, Miss Thelma Rice, and Mrs. N. S. Reed. Prizes were donated by D. B. Stellfox, Mrs. Pearl Ralston, and Norma Racey. Refreshments were served. The proceeds are to be used for the new recreation rooms. Chicken Dinner Mr. and Mrs. Kenny Denbow were entertained at the home of the for mers parents at Lewisville on Sun day with a course chicken dinner. The dinner was in the honor of Mrs. Denbow’s birthday. A beautiful birthday cake centered the table, and the afternoon was spent socially. lllllllllllllllllllllllllll Homebuilder’s Class The Homebuilder’s class of the First Methodist church, held their regular meeting in the dining room of the church on Tuesday evening of this week, with Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Danford, and Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Davis as hosts and hostesses. A chicken dinner was served. Reg ular monthly business meeting was held, with Frank Tarleton, vice-pres ident in charge. Birthday calendar? were distributed, and a gift from th class was presented Rev. and Mrs Jump, by Vernon Archer. A farewell talk was given by Leo Carter, and Rev. Jump replied. A nominating committee foi officers was appoint ed for next year. The committee con sists of Mrs. Mary Hanes, R. D. Buckey, and Opal Brumbach. Those present were as follows Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Archer and daughter Carol Ann, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Beyer, Mr. and Mrs. R. D. Buckey, Mr. and Mrs. Leo Carter, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Hanes, Mr. and Mrs. Herschel Jordan and daughter Linda Jane, Rev. and Mrs. Virgil Jump, Mrs. John Pickenpaugh and son Ned, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Seffens, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Smith, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Tilton, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Tarleton and son Tim, Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Wood and daughter Barbara, Miss Alice Guiler, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Brumbach and daughter Grace, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Davis and son Larry, and Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Secrest and daughter Nancy, and son Darrell Former members of the class, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Wise and son Freddie of Zanesville, were also present. Next month’s meeting, Mr. and Harry Davis, Miss Alice Guiler. and Mr. and Mrs. Richard Hanes, will be hosts and hostesses. W. S. C. S. Intallation Rev Virgil C. Jump, presided, and was assisted by Misses Clyta Musser and Nancy Barnhouse at the candle light service of the reinstallation of officers of the W.S.C.S. for the com ing year. The list of officers included: Mrs. Opal Brumbach, president Mrs. Mabel Tarleton, vice president Mrs. Erma Smith, corresponding secre tary Mrs. Mary Hanes, secretary Mrs. Mary S. Combs and Mrs. Mary B. Okey, treasurer Mrs. Adaline Jordan, secretary of Missionary Edu cation Mrs. Enid Bamhouse, Chris tian Social Relations and Local Church Activities secy Mrs. Martha Buckey, student work Mrs. Ruth Knox, Children’s work Literature and Publication Miss Wava Williams Miss Effie Warren, Supplies Miss Ethel Pryor, Spiritual Life chairman Mrs. Lois Ziler, Membership Mrs. Mabel Tarleton, Program Mrs. Mary B. Okey, Fellowship Mrs. Helen Clark, Status of Women Mrs. Ber tha Ullman, Publicity and Printing Mrs. Leia Keyser, Music. Presidents of Circles, No. 1, Miss Alice Guiler No. 2, (Libbie Martin) Mrs. Mabel Tarleton Nos. 3 and 4, Mrs. Lillian Stille. Birthday Party Mr. and Mrs. R. D. Buckey enter tained with a party for the seventh birthday of their son, R. D. Buckey, Jr., last Saturday afternoon. Prizes were awarded David Long, Paul McCauley, Gary Lyons, and Larry Davis. Refreshments were served to the following: Karen Buckey, David Long, Paul McCauley, Gary Lyons, Jack King, Larry Davis, Howard Velosky, and the honored guest. Further Reductions CLEARANCE SALE All early Fall and late Winter merchandise must go to make room for new Spring things arriving daily. WINTER COATS WINTER DRESSES CHILDREN’S SNOW SUITS We do not believe in quoting exaggerated comparative prices or reductions in our ads after all you are the judge of value! We do say— SHOP US AND COMPARE We Specialize in Infants’ and Children’s Wear GRAY’S STORE 313 MAIN ST. Always a Step Ahead in Style Quality Value WE ARE RECEIVING DAILY SHIPMENTS OF NEW SPRING MERCHANDISE. nr I I 2 A Bridge Club Mrs. D. H. Webster entertained her bridge club at her home on Lew is street last Thursday evening. The following prizes were awarded: High score, Mrs. Dean Jennings, low score, Mrs. Dale Ackley, and guest prize to Mrs. Dwain Dyer. Refreshments were served to the following: Mrs. Dean Jennings, Mrs. John Groves, Mrs. Herman Starr, Mrs. Dale Ackley, Mrs. Robert Collier, Mrs. Willi^ i McDonald, Mrs. Hanry Steen, Mrs. Dewey Sanford, Mrs. Dwain Dyer, and the hostess, Mrs. Webster. Rev. and Mrs. Jump Honored Rev. and Mrs. Virgil C. Jump were honor guests, Wednesday evening at a farewell party held in the social room of the First Methodist church, More than a hundred and fifty per sons were seated at long tables, for the covered dish dinnier, served by members of the W.S.C.S. Homer Johnson acted as toast master at the short after dinner program, which opened with singing, with Miss Wava Williams at tbe piano. Mr. Johnson called upon the following men who each gave inter esting talks expressing appreciation for the work of Rev. Jump during the five years he served the church as pastor:H. L. Bates, L, H. Tarleton, Atty. Leo Carter, Atty, L. C. Young and H. C. Secrest, Mrs. Charles E. Kirchner made the presentation address to Rev. and Mrs. Jump, pre senting them with a handsome chair in behalf of the entire congregation, Rev. Jump responded in his pleasant manner, expressing their thanks and appreciation for the gift. Rev. and Mrs. H. A. Guiler sang Jesus is no Disappointment, ’’with their daughter Miss Alice as accompanist. The meet ing was adjourned with the singing of God Be With You Til We Meet Again, and the benediction by Rev. Jump. Personals Recent guests at the home of Mrs. Elizabeth Fory were: Inez Franklin, Leona Wheatley, Grace Taylor, and Mrs. Raymond Fogle and daughter, Virginia. Cpl. Jack B. Hanes, formerly of Summerfield, has received his dis charge from the army at Camp Roxy “House of Hits WEDNESDAY THURSDAY JANUARY 30-31 2—Big Features—2 RAY MILLAND BARBARA BRITTON in TILL WE MEET AGAIN’ —2nd Swell Feature JAMES DUNN SHEILA RYAN in “THE CARIBBEAN MYSTERY” Both Features Shown After 8:45 FRIDAY SATURDAY FEBRUARY 1-2 Matinee Saturday 2:00 P. M. THUNDERING EPK Of Stoning JOHN WAYNE ANTHONY QUINN BONDI FRANQUELLI STRONG 5 News Chapter 11 Raiders of Ghost City SUNDAY MONDAY FEBRUARY 3-4 SMatinee Sunday 2:00 P. M. GUDIS CHW tfet Btst UT COL WILL scon Starring DENNIS MAN ALAN RAVM0N0 DANE DANE RAVMONO ALAN CIARK MASSFY HALL KnDREA KING JOHN RIDGELY Page Five Beale, Calif., and for the present he and his wife are residing in Oakland, Calif. Mr. and Mrs. Hanes expect to visit here in the near future. Raymond G. Moore, London, Ohio, and Jean Moore, CN, of Bethesda Hospital, Zanesville, spent the week end at the home of Mr. and Mib. Raymond Moore of Caldwell. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Moore and daughter, Jean, were dinner gueste of Mr. and Mrs. V. F. Stickel of Zanesville, last Wednesday. Mrs. Stickel has accepted employment at Bethesda Hospital, Zanesville. Anna B. Grimes, Caldwell R. D. 6, was transacting business in Cald well, Saturday. Her brother, Henry Grimes, is now in Columbus receiv ing treatment. Mr. and Mrs. Claude Altenburg and son, Eddie, Columbus, are spending a few days at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Edward L. Merry, West street. Mr. and Mrs. Hobart Morris and daughter, Martha, Belpre, visited Sunday with friends and relatives in Caldwell. Mr. and Mrs. Alex Smithberger and Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Smithberger, Lower Salem R. D., were business callers in Caldwell, Monday. New Arrivals Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Stottsberry, Sarahsville, are announcing the birth of a son, Wednesday, Jan. 23. The mother is the former Melba Boley of Ava. Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Stotte berry of Sarahsville are the paternal grandparents. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Howell, North street, announce the birth of a son, Wednesday, January 23. The father is employed at Semon’s Dry Cleaning and formerly of Woodsfield. Mr. and Mrs. Roy E. Leach are announcing the arrival of an 8% pound baby girl, born Thursday, January 24, at Mercy hospital, Can ton. The infant has been named Karolyn Kaye. Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Acel I/each, Summerfield, and Mrs. J. B. Slemboski, Cadiz. NOTICE—Beginning Sunday, first served. RALSTON’S. Feb- 3, we will discontinue the lay-away plan for Sunday editions. First come, TUESDAY—FEBRUARY 5 Our Big Night! WEDNESDAY THURSDAY FEBRUARY 6-7 2—Big Features—2 tHE HOISEov’ 92,., STREET WILLIAM ETTHE L10Y0 NOIAI SIGUE HENRY HATHAWAY IOU1S de SOCHEMONT —2nd Swell Feature— “NIGHT CLUB GIRLS” Starring FRED SANBORN VIVIAN AUSTIN Both Features Shown After 8:45 February 10-11 “RHAPSODY IN BLUE’ February 17-18 “G. I. JOE” February 24-25 WEEKEND AT THE WALDORF” March 3-4 THE AFFAIRS OF SUSAN’ March 10-11 THE DOLLY SISTERS” March 17-18 ABBOTT & COSTELLO IN HOLLYWOOD” —Coming Soon— “KISS & TELL THEY WERE EXPENDABLE”!