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Thursday, February 7, 1946
Phelps-Gadd
Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Phelps, Ava,
are announcing the marriage of their
daughter, Clara Florence, to Walden
Ray Gadd, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ray
Gadd of Byesville. They were united
in marriage on February 1, 1946, at
the Caldwell Christian parsonage,
with Rev. Ray L. Swetman reading
the single ring ceremony. They were
attended by Mrs. Loren Geary of
Ava, sister of the bride, and Lionel
Gadd of Canton, brother of the bride
groom and Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Phelps.
For her wedding, the bride chose a
blue suit with brown accessories.
The bridegroom wore a blue serge
suit.
The bride was graduated from the
Belle Valley High school with the
class of ’45. She was formerly em
ployed as clerk in the Red and White
Store, Byesville. Mr. Gadd attended
school at Byesville. He was recently
discharged after serving almost four
years in the Navy in the South
Pacific aboard the U.S. S. Essex in
the South Pacific.
A dinner honoring the couple was
held at the home of her parents on
Sunday. Those present were: Mr. and
Mrs. James Larrlck and daughter,
Sandy Lee, of Byesville Mr. and Mrs.
I-oren Geary and children, Neva,
Edwin. June, and Faye, of Ava Miss
Pearl Phelps of Byesville Enoch
Phelps cf Canton the honored guests,
Mr. and Mrs. Walden Gadd and the
host and hostess, Mr. and Mrs. J. B.
Phelps and daughter, Ruth Ann.
Caldwell-Cartcll
Mr. and Mrs. 0. B. Caldwell of
Sharon are announcing the marriage
of their daughter, Helen, to Samuel
Carteil of Ava, route. The double
ring ceremony took place in The
Trinity Lutheran Church of Zanesville
on Saturday, February 2 at 10 o’clock
The bride was given in marriage
by her father, and was dressed in a
floor length gown of lace and net,
fashioned with a sweetheart neckline
and long sleeves. Her- only jewelry
was a strand of pearls. She carried
a bouquet of red roses.
Miss Ruth Renner of Canton, was
maid of honor, and wore a dress of
blue lace and net. Miss Helen Car
tel!, sister of the bridegroom, was
bridesmaid and wore a blue net gown.
Both carried bouquets of mixed
flowers.
John Cartell, brother of the bride
groom was the bestman. Bud Perkins
was the bridesmaid’s attendant.
Following the ceremony a wedding
dinner was held at the home of the
bride’s parents in Sharon.
Mosley-Horton
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Moseley of
Dexter City, are announccing the
marriage of their daughter, Ruth
Allene, to Henry Horton of South
Carolina. The single ring ceremony
.was read February 1, 1946, by the
Rev. ’Ensinger of Covington, Kent
ucky, in the parsonage of the
Methodist church.
The bride wore a gold and brown
suit with brown accessories and a
corsage of white gardenias.
Mr. Horton was recently discharg
ed from the army after serving 45
months.
They are now at home to their
many friends at 3854, Sechner Ave.
Columbus, Ohio.
Ramsey-Boyd
Mr. and Mrs. Loren Ramsey of
the Sharon community are announc
ing the marriage of their daughter,
Belle, to Woodrow Dean Boyd, son
of Mrs. Cora Boyd also of Sharon
community. The marriage was an
event of Saturday, February 2, at
the parsonage of the First Church
of Christ with the pastor, Rev. Ray
L. Swetnam officiating with the
single ring ceremony.
A wedding dinner of lovely
appointments was served Sunday at
the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ramsey,
parents of the bride to members of
the immediate family and friends.
Mr. and Mrs. Boyd are graduates
of the Forest Grove high school.
They will reside with Mr. Boyd ’s
mother for the present.
Family Dinner
Mr. and Mrs. Aaron Bates enter
tained with a family dinner. Sunday
at their home east of Caldwell,
ing the return of their son, Start
Sgt William Ambrose Bates, who
returned recently from overseas and
his wife, the former, Miss Berdine
Rodgers of Canton.
Sgt. Bates recently arrived in New
York from Europe, and received his
honorable dicharge at Indiantown
Gap, Pa. He enlisted from Stark
county, and served 42 months in the
army, sixteen of them overseas.
Following a few days visit with his
parents and other relatives he will go
to Canton to resume his work with
the Sterling Baking Company in
that city
Those who enjoyed the family din
net- at the Bates home included: Mr.
and Mrs. Wm. Ambrose Bates, Mr.
and Mrs. Calvin Bates and family,
of Canton, Mr. and Mrs. Willard
Bates and children, and the host and
hostess.
Returned Vets Honored
Francis Warner, Bennie King and
Junior Clark, grandsons of' Mr. and
Mrs. Ben King of Poplar street, and
Don Parrish, four recently returned
veterans from overseas duty, were
honored guests at a course chicken
dinner of pretty appointment at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. King, Sunday.
Covers were placed for the follow
ing: Mr. and Mrs. Arza Warner and
children, Francis, Pearl, and Lewis
of Summerfield Rt., Mr. and Mrs.
Clifford James and sons, Bennie,
Bobbie and Paul David of Canton
Junior Clark of Caldwell, Don
Parrish of Caldwell-Sharon road
Mrs. Ethel Clark and son, Mrs. Cora
McCleary, Mrs. Bertie Ball, and the
host and hostess Mr. and Mrs. King.
Afternoon callers at the King
home were Mr. and Mrs. William
Archer and daughter, Goldie of
Cambridge.
Surprise Party
Last Sunday afternoon, Mrs. Alta
Taylor of near Centerville was very
pleasantly surprised when several
friends and relatives from this com
munity gathered at her home, honor
ing her birthday anniversary. She
received several nice gifts and a
luncheon was served. Guests includ
ed: Mr. and Mrs. Emerson Phillis
and son, Ronald, Miss Helen Francis,
Cpl. Franklin Allen, Miss Dorothy
Francis, Miss Jean Phillis, Frederick
Allen, Mr. and Mrs. Ivan Phillis, Mr.
and Mrs. Ellis Sheppard, Mr. and
Mrs. Clinton Taylor, Leia H. Morris
and son, Harry Morris, Leo White,
James F. Taylor and the host and
hostess, Mr. and Mrs. Lew Taylor.
Wheeler Bible Class
Mrs. B. B. Wheeler and Mrs. Fem
Velosky were co-hostesses to the
Wheeler Bible Class at the Wheeler
home recently. The devotionals and
program was in charge of Mrs. Roe
Jacobs. She used for her topic “Mis
sionary Bridge”.
The business meeting was in
charge of the president Mrs. Harry
Colley. Refreshments were served to
the following: Allie Brown, Mathilda
Frederickson, Lillian McCune, Audrey
Milligan, Sarah Colley, Margaret
Ickes, Marion Jacobs, Ada Ramage,
B. B. Wheeler, and the hostesses.
-Dinner Guests
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Moseley of
Dexter City, entertained with a din
ner Sunday in honor of the marriage
of their daughter, Ruth Allene, to
Henry Horton of South Carolina.
Those present were: Mr. and Mrs.
Dewey Sanford of Dudley Mr. and
Mrs. Dwight Sanford of Dudley Mrs.
Alley Sanford of Caldwell: Mr. and
Mrs. George Moseley and daughter,
Lorette Sue of Dexter City Mrs.
Sanderson and son of Buffalo: Mrs.
Bertha Lee and son, James, of Los
Angeles, Calif Mrs. Lucille Harris
of Columbus Robert Wharton of
Elba Robert Moseley of the home,
the honored guests, and the host and
hostess.
Y. T. C.
The February Meeting of the
Youth Temperance Council was held
at the hme of Janice Brown Mon
day evening. Election of officers was
he’d and the following were elected:
president, Janice Brown: vice presi
dent, Mary Jane Farley secretary,
Clyta Musser treasurer, Rosemary
Drake- devotional leaders, Audrey
McFerren and Helen Rossiter and
press reporter, Clyta Musser.
The meetings are to be held the
first Monday in each month at 7:00
o’clock. Miss Sadie Brothers is the
Y. T. C. leader. The next meeting is
to bo held at the home of Audrey
McFerren. All eligible members are
cordially invited.
Friendly Neighbors Circle
The Friendly Neighbors Circle
held their regular meeting at the
home of Mrs. Richard Archer of
Cumberland, route 1. A covered dish
dinner was enjoyed by the following:
Mr. and Mrs. Sherman Wilson,
Everett and Wava Wilson, Mr. and
Mrs. Howard Frisbee, Donald,
Barbara Jean, and Carol Anne
Frisbee, Mr. and Mrs. Dallas
Collins, John Dallas and Thomas
Gene Collins, Richard Archer, Rose
Elia and Ivan Archer and the
hostess, Mrs. Archer.
The next meeting will be held at
the home of Mrs. Howard Frisbee.
Married January 5
Pictured above are Seaman First Class and Mrs. Joseph Yontz,
who were married January 5 in St. Mary’s Catholic Church, Fulda.
Mrs. Yontz is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Weisent of Dexter
City and was formerly employed in Canton.
Joseph Yontz is the son of Mr. and Mrs. William Yontz of Lewis
ville, and has returned to his duties at Bayonne, New Jersey.
Geary-Bates
The marriage of Miss Donna Fern
Geary, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Harry Geary, of Hoskinsville, to Pfc.
Cecil Bates, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Robert Bates, of Ava, w-as solemn
ized at Russell, Kentucky, February
2, 1946, at 7:00 o’clock in the eve
ning. They were attended by the
groom's brother, John Delaney.
The bride attended Belle Valley
high school. The groom attended
school at Sarahsville.
The bride will reside with her
mother while the groom returns for
duty w’ith the army. He has been
home on an extended furlough.
Birthday Party
Mr. and Mrs. Dale Rex, Caldwell,
entertained with a dinner, Thursday
evening, honoring their son’s third
birthday anniversary. Guests were
Mr. and Mrs. William Ferguson, sons
Tommy, David, and Kenneth, Mr.
and Mr. Rollin Thorla, Hayden
Thorla, Nellie Marquis, Janet Louise
Rex and the honored guest, Gerald
Rex
Just-A-Mere Club
Mrs. Charles Scherr was hostess
to the Just-A-Mere Bridge club at
her home near Caldwell last Thurs
day evening.
The club prize was awarded Mrs.
Worl Thompson, and the guest prize
to Mrs. R. D. Buckey. Refreshments
were served to the following mem
bers and guests: Mrs. Herschel
Jordan, Mrs. Worl Thompson,
Misses Inez and Louise Clark, Mrs.
Harvey Guiler, Mrs. Clarence
Estadt, Mrs. L. E. Potts, Mrs. Harry
Richcreek, Mrs. R. D. Buckey, Mrs.
Glen lams, Mrs. Arthur Beyer, and
Mrs. J. K. Walkenshaw, and the
hostess.
Bible Class Meet
Members of the Woman’s Bible
class will meet in the Green room of
the First Methodist church, Thursday
evening of this week at 7:30 o’clock.
Mrs. Allie Morgareidge, Mrs. U. II.
Buckey, and Mrs. James Law, will be
hostesses, and Mrs. Morgareidge
will lead the devotionals. The topic
for the evening is “The Kingdom
of God”.
Ice Cream Party
Mr. and Mrs. Ray Bettinger of
Caldwell, route 6, entertained with
an ice cream party honoring the
fourth birthday of their son, Frank
lin, on Sunday, February 3. Those
present were: Mr. and Mrs. Whetzel
Shafer and Mrs. Homer Rich Mary
Ellen and Ruth Smith of Sarahsville
and Mr. and Mrs. Ray Bettinger.
Hold Initiation
Initiation of new members was
held at the regular meeting of the
American Legion Auxiliary of Noble
Unit 252, in Legion hall, Wednesday,
February 6, at 7:30 p. m.
The membership quota for 1946
has been reached and new members
are received at each meeting. The
president is Mrs. Amy Rucker.
Dinner Guests
Mr. and Mrs. James Reed Marquis,
daughter, Barbara and son, James
David, John D. Wheeler, were dinner
guests Sunday at the home of Mr.
and Mrs. Clifford Marquis, Sharon.
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New Arrivals
Mr. and Mrs. Bernard D. West,
Cumberland street, are announcing
the birth of a son, named Charles
Bernard, at Marietta Memorial hos
pital, January 27. Grandparents are
Mr. and Mrs. Virgii West of Cald
well and Mrs. Barry of Bridgeport.
The father was until recently with
the U. S. Army.
Pvt. and Mrs. Ermal (Jack)
Preece are announcing the birth of a
7 pound daughter, Tuesday, January
22, at the Thompson hospital in
Caldwell. The mother is the former
Geneva Orr of Summerfield. Grand
parents are Rev. and Mrs. O. L.
Orr, Summerfield, Mr. and Mrs.
Garfield Preece, Inez, Ky. The in
fant has been named Janice Carol.
The father is in the Second Army at
Camp Gruber, Oklahoma.
Mr. and Mrs. Walter M. Miley of
Senecaville route are announcing the
birth of an 8 pound son on January
28, named Isaac Merrill. Grand
parents are Mr. and Mrs. Gather
Morrison, Senecaville route and Mrs.
Harmon Miley, Pleasant City route.
Mrs. Flo Henderson, Senecaville
route is a great grandmother.
Mr. and Mrs. Gaylord Miller of
Alliance are announcing the birth of
a daughter, Thursday, January 24,
named Gertrude Erma. Grandparents
are C. D. Miller of Harriettsville
route, Mr. and Mrs. John Kreso of
Alliance.
Mr. and Mrs. Haskel Pryor of
Sarahsville are announcing the birth
of a daughter, Sunday, February 3,
named Jenis Lou. Mr. and Mrs.
Rath Pryor are the paternal grand
parents.
Mr. and Mrs. Walter M. Miley,
Senecaville, R. D., announce the birth
of an 8 pound son on Jan. 28, named
Issac Merrill. Grandparents are Mr.
and Mrs. Gather Morrison, Seneca
ville R. D., and Mrs. Harmon Miley,
Plesant City R. D. Mrs. Flo Hend
erson, Senecaville R. D., is the
great-grand-mother.
Personals
Callers Sunday at the home of
Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Smith were Mrs.
Smith’s mother, Mrs. Kathryn Marsh,
and Wallace and Mary Marsh,
all of New Philadelphia. They were
enroute to St. Petersburg, Fla., for
a two months visit with Mr. and Mrs.
Harry Marsh.
Miss Helen Lahue, who has been
seriously ill, is improving at the
home of her sister, Mrs, Jewell De
ment of Zanesville.
Ralph G. Smith, Sic, spent
a 72 hour leave recently with his
mother, Mrs. Fanchion Smith, and
sister, Kathryn Jean of Cambridge.
He spent several months in the
South Pacific being stationed at
Pearl Harbor, Okinawa, and Japan.
The condition of Mrs. W. E. Small
of Carlton, who suffered a stroke
some time ago, is much improved.
Mr. and Mrs. Rudy Murn, Miss
Julia Hronec, and George Hronec of
Cleveland, were guests at the home
of their parents, Mr. and Mrs.
George Hronec of Ava, route 1.
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Finley of Chi
cago, Illinois, spent the weekend at
the home of her sister, Mrs. Ruth
Woodford, Caldwell.
Miss Julia Nell James of Colum
bus, spent the weekend at the home
of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. John
James of Caldwell.
Mr. and Mrs. Clark Jacobs of Col
umbus, spent the weekend rt the
home of their parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Roe Jacobs of Caldwell.
Misses Jean and Glenore Frakes of
Columbus, spent the weekend at the
home of their parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Mell Frakes of near Caldwell.
Miss Helen Bosold, a student nurse
in a Columbus hospital, is spending
a vacation at the home of her par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. George Bosold
of Caldwell, route 6.
Miss Mary Pepper who has been a
patient in the Good Samaritan Hos
pital, Zanesville, for the past five
weeks, is much improved. She still
remains in the hospital.
Cpl. David W. Teters of Elgin
Field, Florida, is spending a 15 day
furlough with his wife and children
of Caldwell, route 2.
Herbert Davis of Akron, and Mrs.
Arthur Davis and son, Richard, were
guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. W. K.
Heddleson of near Caldwell.
Mrs. Bessie Fulton of Cumberland,
route, was visiting friends in Cald
well on Monday.
Emelia Monsour, who sustained a
broken knee sometime ago, is recup
erating at the home of Mrs. Emma
Wheeler.
Lawrence Parks has returned to
his home in Massilon, after visiting
several days with his parents, Mr.
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and Mrs. L. S. Parks of Keithtown
community.
Richard Tilton, has returned to his
home here after spending the past
two weeks in Waco, Texas.
Mrs. Earl Danford has returned
to her home in Caldwell, from the
Hairdressers Association meeting,
held at the Neil House in Columbus,
Monday.
Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Griffin of
Holiday’s Cove, W. Va., spent the
weekend with her mother, Mrs. Mar
vel McCauley, Belford street. Mr.
Griffin has just been released from
the navy, where he held the rank of
Petty Officer, First Class.
Deaths
Marion Pepper, 78, prosperous
Noble county farmer, died at the
family home near Summerfield,
Thursday night following illness.
Surviving are his widow Eliza
beth Day Pepper, one son, Carson
Pepper, and one daughter, Mrs. Edith
Mansperger, both of Cleveland, four
grandchildren, one brother, John
Pepper of Akron, and one sister,
Miss Mary Pepper of Caldwell.
Funeral services were held Satur
day afternoon at 1:00 o’clock from
the Methodist church in Summer
field, with Rev. Peters and Rev. O.
L. Orr both of Summerfield,officiat
ing. Following the service at the
church, the body was taken to the
home of his son, Carson Pepper in
Cleveland, where final rites were
held Sunday afternoon, followed by
burial in Knollwood cemetery. The
Gardner funeral home of Stafford
was in charge of arrangements.
Mr. Pepper was widely known in
Noble and Monroe counties and was
a former member of the Noble coun
ty election board.
MRS. EMMA HARRIS
Mrs. Emma Harris, 82, widow of
John Harris, died at her home in
Zanesville, Wednesday morning at
2:09 o’clock, following a short illness
from complications, incident to an
advanced age.
Deceased was a life long resident
of the Caldwell community and well
known here.
Surviving are the following chil
dren: Harley Harris, Caldwell Har
ry Harris, Wheeling, W. Va. Fred,
William, and Earl Harris, Flint,
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Crook, of the south, Helen Harris,
Akron. Robin Harris is deceased.
The body was removed to the Mur
phy funeral home in Caldwell. Serv
ices will probably be held Friday
afternoon.
MRS. LEONA MILLHONE
Mrs. Leona Millhone, 77, highly
respected resident of Senecaville and
wife of Judson Millhone, died at her
home Wednesday at 2:45 p.m. Al
though she had been ill for a week,
death was attributed to a heart
attack suffered Wednesday afternoon
The daughter of Nathanial and
Mary E. Rose LePage, Mrs. Mill
hone was born in Senecaville
where she had resided all her life
with the exceptioon of 30 years
spent in Nashville Tenn. She was a
member of Senecaville Methodist
church, the W.S.C.S. and Sunday
School of Service.
Surviving in addition to her hus
band, to whom she was married in
1932, are two step-sons, Dr. Myron
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and Dr. Will Millhone, both of Col
umbus, two step-daughters, Mrs,
Alvin Lind, of Dover, and Mrs. J. €.
Messick, of Delaware and one bro
ther, Charles LePage of Senecaville.
Funeral services were held at 2
p. m. Saturday in Senecaville Meth
odist church with Rev. Floyd
Gaugler in charge. Interment was
made in Senecaville cemetery.
MINNIE E. HOUSE
Mrs. Minnie E. House, 68, died at
her home one mile west of Batesville
following a brief illness.
She was bom tn Noble county,
the daughter of John and Mary
Jane English, and had lived near
Barnesville since 1929.
Surviving are five children, Ver
non, Ray, Mary and Mrs. Charles
Miles, all of the home, and Ralph
House of Batesville two Grandchil
dren and a sister, Mrs. Anna Mae
Pierce of Canton. Her husband died
April 16, 1943.
Funeral services were held at
the residence with Rev. F. C. GiL
housen officiating. Burial was made
in the Batesville cemetery.
GEORGE R. LEASURE
last rites for George R. Leasure,
80, who died Friday night at the
home of his son-in-law and daughter,
Mr. and Mrs. Blaine King on South
Cumberland street, following illness
incident to advance years, were held
at the Mt. Tabor Methodist church,
Monday at 2 p.m. Rev. O. L. Orr
officiated and arrangements were
in charge of the Brubach funeral
home of Summerfield.
Surviving are his wife, Mrs.
Maria Wilson Leasure, and the foll
owing children: Mrs. King at whose
home he died in Caldwell Mrs.
Ida Archer of East Union Mrs.
Mollie Archer who resides in Calif
ornia Verona Leasure, Bert, Amos
and Frank Ixasure all of the
Summerfield community. Burial was
made in the Mt. Tabor cemetery.
RAYMOND KEIGER
Private rites for Raymond
Keiger, 45, son of the late Clell J.
and Ida Belle Hupp of Caldwell, who
died in a hospital in Orient, O.,
Sunday, were held Tuesday, afternoon
at the Murphy chape! on Maine
street, at 2 o’clock, conducted by
Rev. M. S. Casto, pastor of the Cald
well Free Methodist church, followed
by burial in the family plot in the
Olivo cemetery.
The deceased resided with his par
ents all of his earlier life in Cald
well until their death several years
ago. Surviving are one brother, Mr.
Lowell Keiger of Marietta and one
sister, Mrs. Agnes Keiger Warren of
Macksburg.
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