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Page Ten
Classifieds
ADDITIONAL CLASSIFIEDS
APPEAR ON PAGE SIX
FOR SALE
No. 2 potatoes. $1.75 per 100 lbs.
at Ball’s Cash Market or West Side
Market.
WANTED
Wanted dressed hogs. See Ray
Gould at Ball’s West Side Market.
30 3tc.___________
NOTICES
Just arrived complete line of Al
falfa, Clover and other Field Seeds.
Caldwell Implement & Supply Co.
3O8tc
“Coal Hauled’’. Nut coal, 16c bu
screened coal, 20c bu. Byesville coal,
22c bu. Contact Ball’s Cash Market.
30 3tc
Local and long distance hauling.
Also Cambridge coal hauled, 22c a
bushel. Curtis King Transfer, Box
269, Caldwell, Ohio. Phone 6323,
Byesville, Ohio. 30 ti
“Fire Wood Hauled”. One truck
load coarse wood, $5.00 in town and
$7.00 out of town. One truck load
fine wood, $4.00 in town and $6.00
out of town. Contact Ball’s Cash
Market. 30 3tc
In Memory
In loving memory of our dear
daddy and husband, Pfc. Andrew
Bober, who was killed February 12,
1945, in Germany:
Loving and kind in all his ways,
Upright and just to the end of his
days
Sincere and true in his heart and
mind,
A beautiful memory he left behind.
He had a nature you could not
help loving,
A heart that was purer than gold
And to those who knew him and
loved him,
His memory will never grow cold.
One sad and lonely year has passed
Since our great sorrow fell,
The shock that we received that
day
We still remember well.
It was bitter grief, a shock severe,
To part with one we loved so dear,
And you left us in your hurried
way,
But trust in God, we’ll meet some
day.
Sadly missed by—
WIFE, MARGARET, AND
SON, ANDREW, JR. AND
DAUGHTER, YVONNE.
CARD OF THANKS
We wish to express our apprecia
tion and thanks for the kindness
shown us during the death of our
mother, Mrs. Nancy Harding. We
especially want to thank Rev. Fran
cis Smith for his comforting mes
sage, all who sent flowers, the Tom
Funeral Home, and those who as
sisted in any way.
30pd THE CHILDREN.
Big “K” or Packer’s Label
Cream Style—Packer’s Label
Yellow Corn—Country Club
Packer’* I abel—Early June
Political
Announcements
I wish to announce to the public
that I will be a candidate for the
office of County Commissioner,
Democrat ticket, in the May 7, 1946,
primary. This is the first time that
I sought a public office and I shall
appreciate your support.
FRANK RADCLIFFE,
Olive Township.
Notice of Appointment
Estate of Charles T. Mikolojcik,
Deceased.
Notice is hereby given that Mary
Bakos of 2136 W. 100 Street. Cleveland.
Ohio, has been duly appointed Adminis
f-ifrix of the estate of Charles T. Miko
lojcik. deceased, late of Belle Valley.
Noble County, Ohio.
Creditors are required to file their
clai -is with said fiduciary within four
months or be forever barred.
Dated this 4th day of February, 1946
OTTO POLING.
Probate Judge of said County.
30 31 32
Yoiinu Man Hangs
Self In Building
Charles W. Cale, 21, was found
dead hanging in an out building at
the home of his parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Jale Cale near Mt. Zion in
Buffalo township, Thursday morning.
The young man had gone to visit a
friend in Byesville, it was reported
to Sheriff Clayton McKee and Cor
oner Jack Berry who were ca’led to
the scene, and had not returned home.
When the family early Thursday
discovered the son’s car parked in
the driveway to the home they began
to search for him, and his father it
was said found the body. Coroner
Jack Berry rendered a verdict of
suicide. No cause could be given by
the family for the rash act. The
young man had been classified in
4-F in the draft. The body was re
moved to a morgue in Byesville.
Surviving the young man are his
parents, Jale and Mary Ijirrick Cale,
four sisters, Mrs. Nancy Meighem
and Dorothy Dilly, of Pleasant City,
Ruby Cale of Florida, Frances Cale
of the home, and two brothers,
Thomos Cale who is a patient in a
veteran’s hospital in Michigan, who
lost a limb in the war overseas, and
Robert Cale of the home.
QUALIFIED PARATROOPER
Yonezawa, Japan, Feb. 6 Pfc.
Clarence Fogle, 18-year-old, Cald
well, soldier with the 675th para
glider FA battalion, has qualified
as a paratrooper at the 11th air
borne division parachute school at
Sendai, Japan.
Fogle was inducted in April 1945
and came overseas in October of the
same year. Before making the five
qualifying jumps, Fogle went
through extensive physical training
consisting of calisthenics, running,
thumbling, and tower training.
Fogle’s mother, Mrs. Rose Fogle,
resides on Caldwell R. D. 6.
RELEASED FROM SERVICE
Included among those who have
obtained their release from the U. S.
navy at Chicago, Hl., is Wayne L.
Love. Sic, 909 Spruce street. He is
a brother of Blaine Ixve. employed
with the Standard 'Oil station. Cald
well.
FOODS
SALE!
GET PLFNTY OF THIS! RATION-FREF VALUtSI
TOMATOES Dozen No. 2 Cans $ 1.49
Avondale or Omega—2 Cans 25e
GREEN BEANS Dozen No. 2 Cans $ J.25
WHITE CORN Dozen No. 2 Cans $ 1.29
WHOLE KERNEL Dozen 12 oz. Cans $1.59
TENDER PEAS Dozen No. 2 Cans $ 1.25
AVONDALE PEAS Dozen ’ans $ .55
Good Quality—and Very Tender
Mince Meat 30 oz- Jar 37c
Country Club—Ready to Use
DIXIE lb 25c
Margarine—All Vegetable
Spotlight 3 1 b- BaR 59c
Coffee—Hot Dated
0
LETTUCE 2 »r 23c
Solid, Crisp Heads
POTATOES 15 i'»s 59c
Maine or Ohio—All Purpose
CARROTS 2 F»r 17c
Tevas Grown—Tender
KROGER
Wisco Peas ,oz- Cans $1.50
Extra Standard Quality
Bean Sprouts No- 2 Can 23c
Chung King Brand
(’lock Bread 2 leaves
Keeps Fresher Longer
FLORIDA ORANGES
Thin Skinned and Full of Juice
Pound Priced for Better Value
8LB-BAG 59c
FLORIDA CELERY
Large Size. Fresh O FOR OCf*
Tender Stalks fcUV
Grapefruit 10 Lb- Ba« 49c
Texas Peak Quality
APPLES 2 Lba- 27c
Delicious
POTATOES
4 Lbs. 29c
New Floridas
GUARAITEED Slim
Above: JOHN D. WHEELER
Right: WORL W. THOMPSON
OFF TO FLORIDA
Ralph and Henry Brumbach, own
ers and managers of the Caldwell
Produce Co., left Monday for Florida
’where they plan to enjoy a two
weeks fishing trip. They will return
to Caldwell, February 25.
LYCEUM SERIES
Courtney, the great magician, will
appear on the Jeffreys lyceum
course in Belle Valley, Wednesday,
Feb. 13. and Lewisville, Thursday,
Feb. 14. in the second of a series of
entertainers. The program is spon
sored by the school.
It dt
THE JOURNAL, CALDWELL, OHIO
Chamber of Commerce Officials
Worl W. Thompson is the out-going president of the Noble County
Chamber of Commerce and John D. Wheeler, his successor. Mr.
u heeler will serve with Bolon Barnhouse as vice president, and
Arthur R. Beyer, secretary-treasurer.
District Boy Scout
Meet At Zanesville
Supt. H. C. Secrest and Rev. David
A. Doan represented Noble county,
Tuesday evening, at the council
meeting of Zane Trace area, Boy
Scouts of America, held at the Clar
endon hotel, Zanesville.
Following the dinner hour, plans
were discussed for the area and an
effort will be made to create more
interest in scouting.
The district comprises Noble, Mus
kingum, Perry, Morgan, and Guern
sey counties.
FORMER EDUCATOR
VISITED IN CALDWELL
H. G. Denius, Columbus, born and
reared in Wayne township, Noble
county, enjoyed a visit to his former
home and in Caldwell, last Saturday.
Mr. Denius formerly taught school
at Belle Valley. He has been princi
pal of the public schools in Colum
bus for the past 20 years.
ENTERS HOSPITAL
Mr. and Mrs. Howard Sanford of
Dexter City have gone to Hunting
ton. W. Va.. where Mr. Sanford will
enter a hospital for observation.
Mrs. Sanford will visit with her
daughter-in-law, Mrs. Robert San
ford. and son. and Mr. and Mrs.
Charles Stevens.
BUYING POWER INCREASING
The buying power in Caldwell, and
Noble county is still on the increase
according to the figures released to
day from the office of Don H.
Ebright, treasurer of state. Sale tax
receipts for the week ending Jan
uary 19 were $569.23, as compared
to $338.51 for the same week in
1945. Total collected for the first
three weeks of the year was
$1,803.14.
Pictured above is the exterior of the store and to the right, the
interior, after the extensive remodeling and redecorating was completed.
A new fountain was installed, in'ad covering put down, all new booths
purchased and a blended color scheme of blue used for the walls. Guy
Brown was the contractor for redecorating the interior. The Stellfox
Cut Rate Store is considered one of the most modern in this section.
Treat for a Friend
THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 7
Has Been Designated As
“Treat A Friend Day”
When Accompanied by a Friend We Will
Give Absolutely Free To Your Friend,
Anvihine Equivalent To What You Buy
At Our New Fountain.
High Temperature Sets
Record For January 6
A high temperature of 69 degrees
set a record for January 6, accord
ing to Frank Burlingame, Sharon,
official Noble county weatherman.
Low temperature for the month
was one above zero on the 22nd.
Total rainfall was .85 inches, which
Burlingame stated was very light
fc-r January. Total snowfall was
two and one-half inches.
There were ten clear, eight partly
cloudy and 13 cloudy days in Jan
uary.
CARI ISLE GRANGE
Carlisle grange, No. 2344, will
meet Saturday, Feb. 9, at 1 o’clock.
The business routine will be followed
by the following literary program:
song talk by W. H. Archer: read
ing, Lottie Crum game, Howard
Barnes reading, Florence Luke
stunt, Ruby Leasure penny drill
and closing song. The lecturer is
Mabel Hesson.
ATTEND CONFERENCE
Several from Noble county attend
ed the thirty-fourth annual Farm and
Home week held February 5, 6. and
7, at the College of Agriculture,
Ohio State University, Columus.
An interesting program was booked.
CPL. MOORE HOME
Corporal Raymond Moore arrived
here Saturday after returning to the
United States from overseas service.
He was last located at Honshu,
Japan, with the U. S. army of oc
cupation. His wife and three chil
dren reside in Belle Valley. He is
the son of Mr. and Mrs. Dick Shafer
of Caldwell.
RETURN HOME
Mrs. R. B. Wiley, and Dorothy Lou
Wiley have returned to their home in
Caldwell, after visiting the past week
with Mrs. Mary Mills of Canton.
Mrs. Mills is a former resident of
Caldwell and much improved from
a year’s illness.
STATE HONOR ROLL
Autumn honor list of Ohio State
University’s college of education,
carrying the names of full-time stu
dents with averages of “B” or bet
ter for the quarter is announced by
Dr. Raymond D. Bennett, secretary
of the college. It includes Martha
K Sanford, of Dudley, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Dewey Sanford.
—Photo by Teters
asm
The Newly Remodeled and Redecorated
Stellfox Cut Rate
For Your Approval and Convenience
Complete Stock of Toiletries, Sundries, Patent Medicines
Presidential
Quiz
By Major Wm. G. Murdock
1 Which Vice President’s re
baith’
Jeremiah Jones Col
name was
2 What Pres’
dent was ‘‘merit
a Mason at
sight”?
3 Was anj
President elect
ed since the Civ
il war born be
low the Mason
Dixon line?
4 What Presi
dent was called
“Old Public
Functionary?”
James Buchanan 5 in what clt,
have the greatest number of suc
cessful candidates been nomi
nated?
Answers
1 Vice Pres Henry Wilson was
born Jeremiah Jones Colbaith but
had his name legally changed to
Henry Wilson
2. William Howard Taft
3 Woodrow Wilson was born in
Staunton, Va
4. James Buchanan.
5 Chicago.
MRS. J. TILTON IMPROVING
Mrs. Clara Tilton, wife of Relief
Director James Tilton, is improving
at her home on Belford street from
a five weeks illness.
No Dirt!
■wi
MINE RUN—Bushel ..............................
OVER V/2 INCH SCREEN—Bushel
STOKER—Bushel .....................................
—IMMEDIATE DELIVERY—
Phone Your Order To
FLEEMAN’S FILLING STATION
Phone 343 11
Thursday, February 7, 1946
TRICKS, COLLIE DOG.
HAS LITTER OF TWELVE
Tricks, a three year old collie
dog, owned by Herman Yeagle,
one mile east of Caidwell, gave
birth to a litter of 12 pups last
week. Ten of the brood are still
living.
This is considered unusual in w
the canine world. The owner re
ports that “mother and babies”
are doing as well as could be ex
pected.
MARRIAGE LICENSES
Walden R. Gadd, Byesville R. D.,
student, and Clara F. Phelps, daugh
ter of Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Phelps,
Ava.
Ralph William Shepherd, Quaker
City R. D., laborer, and Mary Juan
ita Roe, Senecaville R. D., domestic.
Woodrow Dean Boyd, Caldwell
R. D. 5, state highway employee, anti
Belle Ramsey, Caldwell R. D. 5.
Sam Cartell, Caldwell R. D., min
er, and Helen Caldwell, Sharon,
domestic.
OHIO STATE ENROLLEES
A record-breaking student body of
14,000, exceeding the previous peak
of 13,200 in 1939, is reported by
Ohio State University for the pres
ent winter quarter. Enrollees this
term, include: James F. Cox, Janies
W. McKee, William H. Fowler, Char
les C. Satonik, and Thelma Warner,
Caldwell.
Outing, 27 and 36 inch, White and
Colored. GRAY’S.
COAL! COAL!
Extra High Quality Coal Pittsburgh No. 8
Vein Machine Mined Plenty of Heat
Your Fire Will Keep All Night No Mud
gm
Dinners and Lunches
We Have Installed and Fully Equipped a
New Kitchen For Serving Dinners and
Short Orders.
PLAN NOW TO EAT AT
STELLFOX CUT RATE.
If We Don’t Have What You Want, We
Will Get It!
21c
23c
20c

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