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yhursday, February 7, 1946
Harriettsville
Ullmans Celebrate
Son’s Home Coming
Harriettsvil’e, Feb. 6 Mr. and
Mrs. B. W. TTllman held onen house
Monday evening from 6 to 12, honor
ing their son, Joe, who returned
home Sunday night from 33 months
service in the European theater of
war. Friends and neighbors of the
community and surrounding com
munities called throughout the eve
ning. Refreshments of ice cream
and cake were served to the follow
ing: Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Foulke, Mr.
Carter Foulke. Mr. and Mrs. Philip
Schenk of Marietta, Mrs. Bertha
Ullman, Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Kirch
ner, Mrs. Mary Clark, Mrs. Mar
garet Donoboo and John Kirchner of
Caldwell, Mr. and Mrs. George War
ren of Whinple, Mrs. Cappie Lantz,
Mr. and Mrs. Vaughn Hendershot
and daughter, Patty, of German
town, Mrs. Lizzie Mantel, Mrs. Har
K lov 'Th'-mas, Mrs. Earl Schramm,
R. H. U'lman. Mr. and Mrs. Herman
Pab t, Miss Violet Pabst, Carl Man
tel, Janet Ionise Mantel, Mr. and
Mrs. Paul Kelbv, Mary Mantel, Don
na Jean Lee. Shirley Nina Lee and
Nolan Hendershot, James Schafer,
Mrs. C. E. Johanning, Mrs. Barbara
Woost- r, M' s. Waldine Hendershot,
Farchon Ann Johanning, Roger Hen
d-r bot. Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Johan
n~ Mr. and Mrs. Luther Schramm,
Daniel S b’amn, Mr. and Mrs. C. H.
Schoeppner, Rev. Fr. Nichel, Miss
C’ara Patterson, Mr. and Mrs. H. M.
Ayers, David Ayers, John Haffner,
Mr. and Mrs. Harold Miller. Mrs.
Ullman was assisted in serving by
Mrs Annabelle Howell.
Hold House Warni ng
A surpri e housewarming was
held Saturdav evening at the home
of Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Johanning by
the neighbors. The evening was
spent playing cards and at a late
hvir refreshments of ice cream,
cake, sandwiches and coffee were
served to the following: Rev. Fr.
Nickel. Miss Clara Patterson. Mrs.
Waldine Hendershot, Mrs. Barbara
Wooster, Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Johan
ring, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Pryor,
Mrs Mary Haidet, Mr. and Mrs. 11.
M. Ayers, David Ayers, Mr. and
Mrs. Luther Schramm, Blanche Pry
or, Nina Lee Hendershot, Ann Jo
hanning, Roger Hendershot and Har
old Shafer.
Personals
Mr. and Mrs. Philip Schenk of
Marietta were dinner guests of Mr.
and Mrs. B. W. Ullman.
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Kelby were
dinner guests of Mr. ahd Mrs. Wall
ace Blake of Dexter City, Sunday.
Boys’ Cardigan, Two-tone Sweat
ers. Sizes to 36. GRA"Y S.
Louis Stevens of Senecaville spent
Saturday with his parents, Mr. and
Mrs.,S.,O. Stevens.
Mrs. Barbara Wooster and Mrs.
Waldine Hendershot and son, Nolan,
were shoppers in Marietta, Wednes
^Miss Martha Ullman, student at
Muskingum college, spent from un
day until Tuesday with her parents,
Mr and Mrs. B. W. Ullman, and
returned home
serv-
brother, Joe, who
Sunday evening from overseas
ice
Mrs. Adda Heddleson of Elba vis
ited last week with her daughter,
Mrs. Ada Stoffel.
Sharon
daughter,
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Vanfossen,
Miss Fanchon Vanfossen and J. K.
Vanfossen spent the weekend with
Mr. and Mr. William Thornberry of
Mt. Vernon.
Mr. and Mrs. John Kimnach of
Dexter City visited Sunday with her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Lawrence
Mr. and Mrs. James Shafer and
family were Marietta visitors Satur
dav evening. ...
Mrs Annabelle Howell and Miss
Nina Lee Render hot were business
visitors at Whipple, Thursday eve-
n Rev. Fr. A. G. Nickel and Miss
Clara Patterson were dinner guests
of Dr. and Mrs. Weinstein of Sum
merfield, Sunday.
Mrs. Dorothy Cameron and fam
ily of Canal .Fulton spent the week
end with her sister, Mrs. Mildred
Blair. ...
Mrs. Dorothy Book is visiting rel
atives at Alliance.
Mrs. R. H. Ullman is recovering
from major surgery at Marietta Me
morial hospital.
Mr. and Mrs. Ed Schoeppner and
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Schoeppner and
children were business visitors at
Parkersburg, W. Va., Sunday.
Mrs. Bertha Ullman of Caldwell
and Mrs. Bertha Johanning
callers at the home of Mrs.
Haffner, Monday evening.
South Olive
were
Lena
South Olive, Feb. 6 Mr. and
Mrs. Charles Davis of Cambridge
visited Mr. and Mrs. Herschel Davis
and family, Sunday.
Mrs. Sarah Williams spent a day
last week with Mrs. Bertha Addis
in Macksburg.
Fred McDonald has received his
^discharge from the army and is with
his family at the home of his father
in-law, Howard Devol.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Warren and
Mrs. Dessa Hesson spent Thursday
with Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Rennard in
Winterset.
*vfr. and Mrs. Ralph Noble and
daughter, Lynn, of Cambridge, Mrs.
Jack Vaughn and son, Terry, and
Mrs. Kathryn Schilling called on Mr.
and Mrs. James Carter, Sunday af
ternoon.
Richard Hill received his discharge
from the army and is visiting his
mother and sister here.
Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Keyser, Fred
Haines, Mrs. Mary Vaughn and
Terry Vaughn called on Mr. and
Mrs. Chub Ogle, Saturday.
E. O. Davis and Mrs. Ethel King
were in Caldwell, Monday.
Mrs. Sally Addis and Mrs. Vinnie
Warren called on Mrs. Gertie Heines,
Friday afternoon.
Eisenhower Jacket Suits. Pleated
Skirts. Size 3 to 14. GRAY’S.
Mr. and Mrs. Durward Jennings,
and daughter Shirley of Zanesville,
visited last week with his parents,
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Jennings.
Miss Lizzie Gould of Olive Green
spent last week with Mrs. Ocie
Harmon, who was confined to her
home with a severe cold.
Mr. and Mrs. George Marquis and
daughter Deanna spent the weekend
with Mr. and Mrs. John Jackson and
children at Lewisville, Ohio.
Mrs. Mary Haga visited reccently
with her brother, Donald Jones, who
is receiving treatment at a clinic in
Cleveland.
Mrs. Josephine Dixon of Waterford
visited last week with her parents,
Mr. and Mrs. Wellington Foreman.
Mr. Foreman is seriously ill with
heart trouble.
Isaac McDonald, Jr. of Caldwell,
spent Sunday with his parents Mr.
and Mrs. Isaacc McDonald.
Mrs. Frances Kuntz, visited last
week with her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Cash Marquis at Canton. Her father
accompanied her home, Saturday and
spent the weekend here,
Don Ixng, who is attending Yale
University spent a few days last week
with his parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Edgar Long.
Emma McDonald returned to Can
ton, Monday, where she is employed,
after spending two weeks at her
home here.
Several children of Sharon school
were absent because of illness the
past week.
Dexter City
Dexter City, Feb. 6—Dr. Hunter,
district superintendent of the Cam
bridge district, filled the pulpit of
the Dexter City Methodist church at
the Sunday evening services. He an
nounced services for next Sunday
evening.
Mr. and Mrs. Lester Timmins and
children are spending a few days
with his mother, Mrs. J. Dillensnider
of Harrisburg, Pa.
Mr. and Mrs. Richard Blake and
daughters of Steubenville spent the
weekend with his parents, Mr. and
Mrs. P. R- Blake.
Mr. and Mrs. Addis Klies and chil
dren, George, Charles, Marian, and
Evangeline, spent Sunday with her
brother, J. O. Miller, and family.
Boys’ and Girls’ Leather Palm
Mitts. GRAY’S.
Paul Hugh Warren arrived home
last week from Europe. His parents,
Mr. and Mrs. Tilton Warren enter
tained with a Sunday dinner in
honor of their sons, Dan, who re
turned a short time ago, and Paul
Hugh.
Mrs. Anna Moreland and son,
Harry, spent Sunday with her
daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Lee,
of Harriettsville.
Mrs. John Gessel and son, Roger,
of West Virginia, are visiting her
sister-in-law, Mrs. Robert Pfalzgraf.
Albert Hayes was a caller at Mid
dleburg, Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Earl McAtee have
moved from the Clyde Hutcheson
property to an apartment in the
Hutcheson property on Main street.
Middleburg
Middleburg. Feb. 6—Mr. and Mrs.
Richard Clark of Caldwell spent
Thursday afternoon with Nora and
Chris Shafer.
Syranus, Gilbert, and Albert Es
tadt, John Pryor and Albert Hayes
were callers at Morrison’s black
smith shop Wednesday.
Harry Mitchell and Nathan Linci
come were Caldwell on business,
Thursday.
Guests of Mr. apd Mrs. Charles
Clark and family on Sunday were:
Mr. and Mrs. Harve Hayes of Dex
ter City, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Stan
berry and daughter, Nancy, of Deav
ertown.
Kir. and Mrs. Walter Bettinger
and son of Hiramsburg spent Sun
day evening with Mr. and Mrs. Ed
ward Gildow.
Mr. and Mrs. Francis Thompson
were at Marietta on business Mon
day.
John Clark, who is employed near
I
MAP OUT LABOR STRATEGY Left to right: Philip Murray, presi
dent of the CIO Walter Reuther, vice president of the UAW. CIO
and R. J. Thomas, president of the UAW, as they met in Washington
to discuss plans for present and future work stoppages. Their plans
call for a general 30 per cent increase in wages.
Sharon, Feb. 6—*-All day quilting
and pot luck dinner was enjoyed at
the home of Mr. Florence Parrish,
Thursday, by the following: Mrs.
Pauline Haga, Mrs. Ruth Marquis,
Mrs. Nellie Lawrence, Mrs. Lucille
Marquis, son David, Mrs. Cora Mar
quis, daughter Deanna, Mrs. Vera
Harmon, Mrs. Parrish and daughter,
Narelle. Mrs. Edna Wiley was an
afternoon guest.
Mr. and Mrs. Isaac McDonald,
daughter Emma and son Willis visited
recently with their daughter and sis
ter, Mrs. Lydia Gall and family of
Hillsboro, Ohio.
Cleveland, spent the weekend with
his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Earl
Clark, of Middleburg.
Sunday guests of Mrs. George
Clark and Mrs. Leland Clark were
Mr. and Mrs. Emil Barnett of Cald
well and Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Clark
and son, Raymond.
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Harriman
and children spent Sunday evening
with Mr. and Mrs. Frank Harriman
and son, Eddie.
Guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Mor
rison, Sunday, were Miss Gladys
Morrison of Caldwell, Kathryn Mor
rison, Mr. and Mrs. John Morrison
and daughter, Judy.
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Estadt and
Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Estadt of
Caldwell visited at the home of Mr.
and Mrs. Henry Bettinger, near here,
Sunday evening.
Florence
Florence, Feb. 6 Nick Duffalo,
son of Mr. and Mrs. John Duffalo,
received his discharge from the
army last week and is at present
visiting in Canton. He was form
erly employed by the Coast Metal
Inc. He was a member of the 576th
field artillery, stationed at Ft.
Bragg, N. C., and received his dis
charge from Camp Atterbury, Ind.
John Sarisky, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Mike Sarisky, has returned home
from the veterans hospital, Hunting
ton. W. Va He had an attack of
malaria soon after he arrived home
after he received his discharge, and
was a patient at the hospital for
three weeks.
Pvt. Mike Sarisky, who is at the
Fletcher General hospital in Cam
bridge, spent the weekend with his
parents.
Albert Krauk, who is employed in
Otsego visited with his wife and son
over the weekend.
Jerome Minyo, son of Mr. and
Mrs. John Minyo, returned to Can
ton after visiting here last week.
Miss Harriet Bober spent the
weekend with her mother, Mrs. Anna
Bober. Miss Bober is employed in
Cambridge.
Pete Sarisky, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Mike Sarisky, is spending an indefin
ite stay with his parents. Sarisky
was employed in Canton prior to the
steel strike.
Andy Barlock, who is employed in
a coal mine in Otsego, spent the
weekend with his wife and children.
Accompanying Mr. Barlock on his
return trip are Frank Morelli and
George Gombeda, who intend to se
cure employment there.
Peter Barlock of Cleveland visited
last week with his parents, Mr. and
Mrs. George Barlock.
Peter Lichwarscik, jr., of Canton,
visited with his wife and children
last weekend.
Mrs. Anna Riski and sons, John
and Bernard, returned last Tuesday
from Washington, D. C.. after visit
ing with her daughter, Mary, and
son-in-law. CTC Peter Kusnerak, jr.
Walnut Ridge
Walnut Ridge, Feb. Marion
Pepper, a resident of this commun
ity for many years, passed a* at
his home here Thursday night after
a linger ng illness. He will be great
ly misted in the community in which
he lived.
Mr. and Mrs. Hidge King were
visitors at Otis Hortons, Friday
night.
More and Otis Horton and Hidge
King attended the Groves sale near
Mt. Ephraim, Thursday.
Bobby Oliver spent Wednesday
night with Earl Smithberger.
Irene Horton spent Friday night
with Delores Clark and attended the
basketball game at Batesville.
Laura Smithberger visited at the
home of Rosa Smithberger, Wednes
day.
Mr. and Mrs. Otis Martin attended
the Myron Groves sale at Mt. Eph
raim, Thursday.
Frances Horton of New Concord
spent the weekend with her parents,
Mr. and Mrs. William Horton.
Some of the young folks of this
community attended the basketball
game at Lewisville, Tuesday night.
Mrs. Blanche King spent Thursday
with Mrs. Martha Horton.
Mrs. Bertha Horton, Mr. and Mrs.
Hidge King and Irene Horton were
Sunday visitors at Welcome Hortons.
Mr. and Mrs. William Horton and
O. O. Horton were business callers
at Columbus, Tuesday.
Belle Valley
Belle Valley, Feb. 6—Albert Ko
chalko of Cleveland spent a few
days with Mr. and Mrs. John Sklen
ar.
Miss Helen Wukelich of Warren is
visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
John Wukelich.
Miss Helen Kochalko of Cleveland
is spending a few days with Mr. and
Mrs. John Sklenar.
THE JOURNAL, CALDWELL, OHIO
Sarahsville
Gilman W. Bates
Returns Home After
28 Months Overseas
Sarahsville, Feb. 6 Sgt. Gilman
W. Bates, veteran of 28 months over
seas service and a member of the
famous 101st Airborne Divicion
Glider Infantry was discharged at
Indiantown Gap, Penna., January 16
and has arrived at his home of his
parents, Mr. and Mrs.. Joseph
H. Bates.
Upon his arrival home, he met his
brother, Wayne Bates, recently re
turned from service in the South
Pacific, whom he had not seen for
three years.
Sgt. Bates wears the ETO ribbon,
with four battle stars, the Combat
Infantry badge, Good Conduct medal,
the Victory ribbon, the Bronze star
and the Belgium citation ribbon. He
was inducted March 26, 1942.
Personals
Harry Mellon was a business
caller in Cambridge Saturday.
Whetzel Shafer and Ray Bettinger
attended a sale at Mt. Ephraim,
Thursday.
Gay Bettinger, Pete Eichhorn and
Chris Shafer of Middleburg were
callers at the home of Whetzel
Shafer, Friday.
Beautiful Single Blankets. 50 Per
cent Wool, 72 84, $6.95. GRAY’S.
Margaret Nickelson and children
spent Sunday at the home of Mr.
and Mrs. Walter Johnson.
Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Knox of Cam
bridge, Mr. and MrS. Herschel Siles
of Byesville and Clarence Kirkbride
of Canton were Sunday guests of
their parents, Mr. and Mrs. M. L.
Kirkbride.
Mrs. Pluma Smith was a caller at
the Pryor home, Sunday afternoon.
William Rich of Seneca Lake
called on his parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Homer Rich, Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. Clinton Willey and
children spent Tuesday at the Andy
Nickelson home.
Andy Nickelson, Leo Kirkbride and
Ray Bettinger were in Cambridge,
Monday.
Mr. and Mrs. Whetzel Shafer, Mr.
and Mrs. Homter Rich were Sunday
callers at the Ray Bettinger home,
in addition to Craig Cleary of
Whigville.
Casper Bettinger, Alice Stevens
and children of Bedford were callers
in Sarahsville and at the Elmer
Morris home, Sunday.
Appolo Stevens has been appointed
Marshall of this community.
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Mellon of West
Virginia, were callers on his mother,
Mrs. Ella Mellon, the weekend.
Mr. and Mrs. Russell Kirkbride of
Zanesville visited the former’s moth
er, Mrs. Fannie Kirkbride, over the
weekend.
The Myron Groves sale was large
ly attended Thursday.
Mr. and Mi’s. Harold Vorhies were
business callers in town Thursday.
Paul Davis and I^eo Kirkbride
were busy picking chickens Thurs
day. Leo is of the contention that
Paul is quite an operator and a hust
ler.
Harry Mellon and Charles Smith
trucked coal to Canton last week.
James Shaw, who was discharged
from the army, is happy to share
the menus prepared for his father’s
table with the army chow.
Ernest Davis is our champion fox
hunter.
Charles Snode of Pleasant Hill
was a business caller in Caldwell,
Wednesday.
Kyle Wheeler of Shenandoah Trail
was a social caller in town recently.
Hattie Davis has been on the sick
list for the past week. Paul Davis
has assumed the duties of house
keeper.
Charles Laughlin was a business
visitor in town recently.
George Young is busy these days
getting his new home in readiness.
He expects to move in the very near
future.
Eddie Clark and Leslie Cater were
calling on friends Thursday evening.
Roy VanDyne helped Ford Archer
bale hay Friday.
Mr. and Mrs. Don Hannahs and
children of Summerfield were call
ing on Mrs. Hannahs’ parents, Mr.
and Mrs. Ernest Davis, Sunday.
Craig Cleary of Whigville has
been delivering horses to Carlisle
recently.
Keithtown
Keithtown, Feb. 6—Rev. and Mrs.
Ramsey and daughter of New Con
cord were Sunday dinner guests at
the home of John Swank and family.
Wiley Swank of Rockford, Ill., re
turned home after spending a few
days with his mother, Mrs. B. E.
Hale and other relatives.
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Carr and Mr.
and Mrs. Frederick Carr of Philo
visited recently at the home of Mr.
and Mrs. Francis Bell.
Hope Waller is on an extended
visit with friends in Pennsylvania.
Mrs. Pearl Danford spent a few
days recently with her daughter,
Mrs. Lee Scoffield, and family, of
Huntington, W. Va.
Nina Steward spent the weekend
at the home of her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Ed Steward.
Mrs. Ruth Steward and son, Carl,
spent a few days the past week at
the home of her sister, Mrs. Jack
Mincks and family of near Dexter
City.
Marjorie Chandler of Big Run
spent Thursday night with Betty
Chandler.
Mr. and Mrs. Hal Farson called on
Ora Tilton at the home of George
Spratt of Lowell, recently.
Mr. and Mrs. Marion Wiley and
children, Roger and Nancy, of Bev
erly, spent Sunday afternoon at the
home of her sister, Mrs. William Mc
Mannis, and family.
Mr. and Mrs. Glen Waller and
children of Caldwell spent Sunday at
the home of his parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Oscar Waller.
1
STANLEY CLEMENTS plays
the rough and rowdy jockey in
“Salty O’Rourke”, showing at
the Roxy on Wednesday and
Thursday, Feb. 13 and 14. With
Alan Ladd and Gail Russell in
the leading roles, the picture
centers around race tracks and
horses.
LEGAL NOTICE
Sealed bids will be received by the
Board of Trustees, of Jefferson Town
ship, Noble County, Ohio, at the office
of the Clerk, Dexter City, Ohio, until
12:00 O’clock Noon, February 20, 1948,
for the purchase of one new power
maintainer.
On February 20. 1946, at 1:00 O'clock
in Middleburg, Noble County.
Ohio, we will offer for sale or trade-in
our used Tractor and Grader.
The right is reserved to reject any or
all bids.
By order of the Jefferson Township
Trustees.
H. C. DANFORD, Clerk.
30— Dexter City, Ohio.
Financial Report of the
Board of Education
For Fiscal Year Ending
D-romber 3'st. 1945
BUFFALO LOCAL SCHOOL DISTRICT,
COUNTY OF NOBLE.
P. O. Address: Pleasant Citv, Ohio
Date: February 1, 1946
I certify the following report to be
correct.
ALICF KNIGHT,
Clerk of the Board of Education.
Tax Valuation $445 65
Tax Levy 6.20 Mills
S' hool Enrollment 61
Salaries and Wages $5,872 93
SCHEDULE I
Summary of Cash Balances, Receipts
And Expenditures
BALANCE. JANUARY 1, 1945
General Funa ___ _________ $ 580.75
Total _____________ 560 75
RECEIPTS—
General Fund ___ _______ S1C.6J8.21
Total ___________w_ ___________ $10 658.21
Total Receipts and Balance $11,238.96
EXPENDITURES—
General Fund ___ ___________ $10,553.11
Total _____________ $10,553.11
BALANCE. DECEMBER 31. 1915
General Fund ___ $ 685.85
Total ________ ________ $ 68585
Total Expenditures and
Balance $11,238.96
SCHEDULE II—RECEIPTS
REVENUE—
GENERAL PROPERTY TAXES—
LOCAL LEVY
Classified Property Tax _____ $ 3,328.34
Total Property Tax __________
FOUNDATION PROGRAM
$ 3.328 34
Total Foundation Program ___ $ 7,287 87
Other Miscellaneous ___ ___ $ 42 00
Total Revenue _______________ $10,658.21
SCHEDULE Til—EXPENDITURES
ADMINISTRATION—
Salaries and Wages Adm.
Officers and Employes ___ $ 379 00
Total Personal Service $ 379 00
Total Administration ________
INSTRUCTION—
Personal Service A-l _______
Materials for Maint. Bldgs.
$ 379.00
Personal Service ____________ $ 3.390 38
Text Books _______________ $ 13.88
Total Other Purposes __ $ 13 88
Total Instruction ______ ___ $ 3,404 26
TRANSPORTATION OF PUPILS—
Material for Maintenance of
Motor Vehicles _______ $ 247.45
Replacement Motor Vehicles $ 201.20
Repairs Motor Vehicles ____ $ 31513
Transportation Contract ____ $ 2,683.10
Total Transportation of Pupils $ 3.536.88
OTHER AUXILIARY AGENCIES
Tuition Paid to Other Districts
Teachers Retirement
$ 786.41
Contribution ______________
Other Fixed Charges
Agencies __________________
OPERATION OF SCHOOL
PLANT—
Fuel _________________________ $ 190.59
Janitors Supplies ____________ $ 11.99
Other Supplies ___________ $ 40 00
Electricity __________________ $ 38 18
Telephone ________________ $ 12.50
Advertising ___________________
Other Contract and Open
Order Service __ _. $ 101 95
Insurance _____________________
Total Operation of School
$ 710 00
and Grounds __ ______ $ 247 20
Total Other Purposes _______
Total Maintenance of
$ 247.20
School Plant _____________
CAPITAL OUTLAY—
$ 957.20
Other ________________ $ 51000
Total Capital Outlay ____ $ 510.00
Total Expenditures __________ $10,553.11
ASSETS AND LIABILITIES
ASSETS—
Cash __________________ $ 685 85
Lands (Cost) _________________ $ 314.00
Buildings (Cost) $ 8.000.00
Equipment (Cost) __ _________ $ 600 00
Total Assets __________________ $ 9,599 85
SHERIFF’S SALE
IN PARTITION
The State of Ohio, Noble County
Common Pl°as Court
Case No. 8601
IRVIN WILSON. ET. AL.,
Plaintiffs
vs.
HOWARD WIT.SON. ET. AL.,
Defendants
Notice is hereby given that on
SATURDAY, THE SECOND DAY OF
MARCH, A. D„ 1946, AT THE HOUR
OF 10:00 O’CLOCK A. M„
I will offer for sale at public auction at
the West door of the Court House in
Caldwell, Ohio, the following real estate,
situate in the County of Noble and State
of Ohio, and in the Township of Jack
son. to-wit:
Situated in the State of Ohio, Countv
of Noble and Township of Jackson and
being the southeast quarter of Section
10. Township five (5). of Range nine (9),
containing one hundred and fifty-nine
(159) acres, more or less. Also situated
in said County, Township, and State
aforesaid, and being the west half of the
northwest quarter and the northeast
quarter of the northwest quarter of Sec
tion 11. Township five (5), of Range
nine (9), containing one hundred and
nineteen (119) acres, and containing in
all two hundred and seventy-eight (2781
acres, more or less.
Appraised at $11,500 00 and cannot be
sold for less than TWO-THIRDS of that
amount.
Said premises to be sold as the prop
erty of the parties to the above action,
on an order of sale in Partition from
the Common Pleas Court of Noble
County, Ohio, and directed to me, the
undersigned Sheriff.
TERMS OF SALE: CASH
Given under my hand this 26th day
of January 1946.
CLAYTON McKEE,
Sheriff Noble County, Ohio.
Bv HARRY L. MERRITT.
Deputy.
L. C. Young, Attorney 29-33
Financial Report of the
Board of Education
OF ELK LOCAL SCHOOL DISTRICT
For the Year Ending
December 31st, 1945
REVENUE RECEIPTS
Local Levy
Bond Retirement Fund
Foundation Program
Total Receipts
Balance January 1, 1945
General Fund
Balance January 1, 1945—
Bond Retirement Fund
Total Rec in»c •’"d Balance
DISBURSEMENTS
E—Contract and Open
Order Service
F—County Board of Education
Contribution
H—Debt Service
Balance December 31, 1945—
General Fund
Balance December 31, 1945—
Bo"d Retirement Fund
Total Disbursements and
Balance
Harriettsville.
January 28th,
Ohio.
1946
the foregoing
I certify
be correct.
Annual Financial Report
OF ELK TOWNSHIP
For the Year Ending
December 31, 1945
RECEIPTS—
General Property Tax
Gasoline Tax
H. B. No, 484
Grants and Donations
Total Receipts
Balance January 1, 1945 (Clerk)
Total Receipts and Balance
PAYMENTS—
Compensation of Trustees
and Clerk
Town Hall Maintenance
And Repair
Road Maintenance, Labor,
And Material
Cemetery Employees
General Supplies
Total Payments
Balance December 31, 1945
(Clerk)
Total Payments and Balance
Harriettsville. Ohio
January 28th. 1946.
I certify the foregoing
be correct,
30
C. SCHOEPPNER, Clerk
PROBATE NOTICE
APPROVAL AND SETTLEMENT
OF ACCOUNTS
Accounts and vouchers of the follow
ing named persons and estates have
been filed in the Probate Court of Noble
County’, Ohio, for approval and settle
ment:
First and final account of Wheel
er. executor of the estate of Anna
Winde-s, deceased.
Fourteenth and final account of C. O
Nlswonger, guardian of Ernest S. Schott.
Schedule of claims of Fred A.
executor of the estate of Frances
ley, deceased.
BEAVER TOWNSHIP
NOBLE COUNTY, OHIO
For the Fiscal Year Ending
December 31, 1945
Population 1034—1940
Salaries and Wages Paid
During the Year 1945
Total
Tax
Tax:
Valuation
Levy
Batesville. Ohio.
Total Receipts
PAYMENTS—
General Executive
$ 13G01
and Contribution _________
Total Other Auxiliary
$ 269.51
Services—
Trustees
Clerk
Compensation of
Compensation of
Legal Service
Total General Executive
$ 1,191.93
Services
SUMMARY OF OPERATIONS
BY FUNDS
(Road Funds Total of All Funds)
Balance. Jan. 1, 1945 (Clerk’s)
Receipts During Year
Total Receipts and Balance
Payments During Year
Balance, Dec. 31, 1945 (Clerk’s)
kneown
$ 5.284 39
$ 3,376.06
$17,565.05
$26,225 50
$ 8,409.87
$ 730.05
$35,365.42
91009
$11,234 54
$
Sa v-. u a ___, .. 77
$
6,311.94
$
535.23
2,032.80
Wife
any,
$12,267.51
Hosfell Hoi
report to
ssj’S
5!U kJ J” TThlori,
$ 952 00
$ 42.77
$3,221 78
$ 5880
$ 17.11
$4,292.46
$1,420.68
$5,713.14
report to
Few.
Hips-
Harry
estate
First and final account of
Smithberger, administrator of the
of Adeline C. Smithberger, deceased
First and final account of Harold Cald
well, executor of the estate of S. T.
Caldwell, deceased.
First and final account of Cecil Ruth
erford, guardian of Paul Rutherford.
First and final account of John Cain,
administrator of the estate of
ter, deceased.
Ellis Fos-
of Harry
estate of
First and final account
Mitchell, administrator of the
Wesley Harriman, deceased.
Unless exceptions are filed thereto,
said accounts will be for hearing before
said Court, on the 28th day of February.
1946, at which time said accounts will be
considered and continued from day to
day until finally disposed of.
Any person interested may file written
exceptions to said accounts or to mat
ters pertaining to the execution of the
trust, not less than five days prior to the
date set for hearing.
Annual Financial Report
Keith Wif,
$6'19.335.00
2 00 Mills
January 30, 1946.
hereby, certify the following report
to be correct.
know:
kn wi
GEORGE HYETT.
Township Clerk.
TOWNSHIP FUNDS
GENERAL
RECEIPTS—
General Property Tax
$1,275.31
$2,560.96
$3.836 20
$
Town Hall—Maintenance and
Repair
Total Town Hall
Highways—Road Maintenance
$ 11.25
$ 167.38
Plant ______________________
MAINTENANCE OF
SCHOOL PLANT—
$ 573.84
620.00
270 00
17.08
$
907 08
$
7.95
7.95
S
$
and
$1,734.79
$ 98 90
$1,833.69
Repair—Labor and Materials
Road Machinery and Tools----
Total Highways ------------------------Bessie
Cemeteries—Compensation of
$
$
$
$
Officers and Employees----
Purchase of Land
Other Cemetery Expenses
Total Cemeteries
Total Payments
84.80
75 00
22.24
182.04
$2,930 76
$1,895.84
$3,836.27
$5,732.11
$2,930.76
$2,801.35
Notice of Appointment
Estate of Elizabeth Crum. Deceased.
Notice
Crum of
has been
estate of
of Enoch
J.
is hereby given that Frank
R.F.D. No. 4, Caldwell, Ohio,
duly appointed executor of the
Elizabeth Crum, deceased, late
Ohio,
their
four
Township, Noble County,
file
within
Creditors are required to
claims with said fiduciary
Dated this 21st day of January. 1946.
OTTO POLING
Probate Judge of said County
28 29 30
Notice of Appointment
Estate of Alma Bigley, Deceased.
Notice is hereby given that Rudy Big
ley and Bertha Merry, of Caldwell and
Wellston, Ohio, have been duly appointed
Administrators of the Estate of Alma Big
ley, deceased, late of Caldwell,
County, Ohio.
their
four
Creditors are required to file
claims with said fiduciary within
months or be foreVfr barred.
Dated this 17 day of January. 1946.
OTTO POLING
Probate Judge of said County
2S-29-30 chg.
Notice of Appointment
Estate of Jackie Karl Church, Deceased.
Notice is hereby given that Johnny S.
Church, of Pleasant Citv, Route 2. Ohio,
has been duly appointed Administrator
of the Estate of Jackie Karl Church, de
ceased. late of Buffalo Township, Noble
County, Ohio.
their
four
Creditors are required to file
claims with said fiduciary within
months or be forever barred.
1946.
Dated this 22rd dav of January.
OTTO POLING,
Probate Judge of said County.
29 30 31
Notice of Appointment
Estate cf Susanna Yoho, Deceased.
Notice is hereby given that Karl R.
Voho, of Senecaville. Ohio, Route, has
been duly appointed Executor of the Es
tate of Susanna Yoho. deceased, late of
Seneca Township, Noble Countv. Ohio.
Creditors are required to file their
claims with said fiduciary within four
months or be forever barred.
Dated this 18th dav of January, 1946.
OTTO POLING,
Probate Judge of said County.
29 30 31
Page Nine
Mary J. Moored Mary Jane Moore
head Charley Summer Moored Wife of
Charley Moored, if any Amy Elizabeth
Moored Husband of Amy Elizabeth
Moored,
band,
deed
dred
also
Husband of Amy"' Elizabeth
If any Fidessa M. Stiers Hus
any, of Fidessa M. Stiers Mil-
if
King Husband, If any, of Mil
King Wife, if any. of CZ W. Rich
as Gilbert Rich The Ohio
pply Company Husband of Eliza
if any W. H. Ankrum Emer-
Kennedy, if any w. H. Ankrum Emer
etta E. Ankrum Amy Renner (House)
i.iiguet riinanda Kenner Hartman and
*'ibs Sarah E. Eagon Herbert G.
Y,2r,-strnan: Eleanor E. Christman Clara
Christman Norman Thomas Wife of
Norman Thomas, If any James T. Shay
A. Ralph Charity Martin, if living, If
ueceased her unknown heirs Husband,
i^^any, ,f irene Thomas The Birds Rim
Sarah C- w- Orndoff
oarah A. Marlatt Samuel Robinson Es_
^.®_.Robin“.?.n I if any, of Elmer
OH and Gas Company
David B. Bach
McKeig Wife,
Denman Oil
Wife, if
Forne
$ 2.073.31
Jennings C.
Wife, if a
Husband, if
u'ard J.
len
Ingram
$35,365 42
F. Heard
any, of Ed
any, of El-
John Robinson
Clara B.
Cleveland-
Flora H.
tailway (lompany Evan Owen
°wen The unknown heirs of
•n iaJ*'dward Wilson Frances
Wilson
SCHOEPPNER, Clerk.
Wi,son I Walter R.
—r —niison, wife of Waiter
Rilson Sidney Williams Orval Wil"
ham, Arthur Miskimins, if living if dJ
1/U^n Of any of Jennle Taylor Wife
tI^T68’
$1,141.83
$2000 00
$ 560.96
$ 395 00
$4,097 79
$1,615.35
$5,713.14
of ^Ora
wA.Tay,or: Wi,e- 11
if inv Katliff The unknown heirs
“nr or S/",d Joh" Ra,",rl
aHu1-
.?ni■ ASS* cKf:
OHhanfl Marnrei
fiuirX ?r
Ad™, Ka-rS^ a
rice Adams, a minor Virginia
S?°Estafe o^ CFravherAd^mlni:trX O'
James Smith John N. BeJl Ma'rtn'u
any, of Martin L. Pat
u unj{nown
s The Union
Patterson Wife,
terson R.
d.
heirs of James
Mining Company,
Clara Ingram Wife, if anv of
gram Sherman Johnson^’” In’
s°n Charles Dollison
^X'r? a^“r^lw/ea
Combs
aid
Mill,
Cati.c rini
OTTO POLING.
Probate Judge
By HELEN JOHNSON,
Wife, if
W. Ingram
Estella John-
C-ster, if nvinV’ iftZelS £enjar?in C’
heirs Nannie Lusk
a'w
EBoJdndFHTrc‘V Ne'SOn i
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Edwkrt AllS'e"l CrahJ" AlamT’l
Nathan Goff Standard Oil
if any, of
»nder, U. Kennedy Wife,
w Kennedy Wife, U any
Worthing The unknown
Mitchel J_.._
if My, of Belle Miller
of Margaret Miller Eth
any. of Charles
heirs of Robert
Wife,
any,
wife
tl?.?rard Mathews
Husband, if
Paul Z
H. Lyons
N. Dri
liens
M.
Mill.
Wil-
wa rd
tries Miller
ean Miller
Mellonald
ms Husband,
ife, if any, }I n nnur ftNellie•
of Robert Ray Miller
Inward Miller V.’:,’
:,..„Perbrache, huslia
Husband,
Husband.
any,.
C) irles
any, of
Deputy Clerk.
if
if
any,
af
of Wilbur Miller
Wife,
Wife, if any, of
W
Ferbrache
Brooks Miller Ethel
E,ra«r E.
as
used
Mill
dural guardian
Catherine Mil
Milligan
lahan
Le A
$1,506.10
of
igan:
i: if an:
Howard Milligan: The un
Moore The un
Porter, de­
heirs
Sarah
1 Nannie
Wife
Harry M. Porter:
John Porter
y M. Porter: Wife, if
Ohio Telephone
ry L. Gilkison
any John
and Teler-aph
Will.-- G~'
Gilkison
David
Martha Schwyhart Hopewell Gas & Fuel
Ikison Frank Gilkison
Clara Gilkison Wife, if
Lawrence J.
Laura
any, of
nan 1 he unknown heirs of Jacob
Sehwyhart The unknown heirs of Joseph
Sohwyhart: Alonzo Dawson Sarah E
WiafeSifnamWi"ifa^nA’hert (Bert) Nel"o^
»'ne, if any. of ilham Albert (Bert) Nel
son: Lafayette Milligan Wife, if any of
Lafayette Milligan David H. Porter
Husband of May M. Harrold Earl Tilton
UmJf»tthUwk: r? 'V’ any’ of JaRPer N.
Wih. a or,H Penning Irvin Henning
Wife, if any, of Albert Umstott: James E
Robinson Itife, if any( o{ jatnes E Rob_
i ~?5an Wi,ker: Unknown heirs of
Albert Gibson Ellis Miskhnen Dora
Miskimen. wife of Ellis Harty A. Daw-
Dawson Max E. Dawson
Clyde Dawson. Jr. The unknown heirs
u any, of Jane Ratliff and John Ratliff
Sylvester L. Dugan Wife, if anv, of Syl
M.S1£rwL'
Pn^an Bertha A. Wise, Dora
holkert, widow of James O. Folkert:
i?*!? Fo,*Le.rt: Roliert Folkert: Willard
*0 aert Richard Folkert, a minor Dora
rolkert, mother and natural guardian of
Richard Folkert Mary Criss: Ravmond
Folkert Wife, if any, of Hard W. For
ney Ida Jackson: The Wiser OH Com
pany H. W. Pester Wife, if any, of
W Peiter John P. Peiter Wife', if any^
of John P. Peiter Frederick W. Peiter
Phebe Peiter Rachel A. Graham: W A.
binson Husband, if any, of Elizabeth
Stephan Wife or husband, if anv, of Dow
nard Whitis Wife, if any, of Robert F.
Whitis Wife, if any, of Earl Whitis Wife,
if any. of George Whitis Wife, if any, of
Mary Whitis: The unknown heirs of Mary
E. Whitis Husband, if anv, of Laura C
Forney Frank Johnson William H. Wil
son Ellen Wilson Clarence Short: Pearl
A. Short: Pearl Short: Esther A.
Short: Mary Short Nelson Lew Nelson
and Administrator of Estate of Etta Rob
inson Short, deceased WILL TAKE
NOTICE that on the 21st day of October,
1942. the United States of America, as
petitioner, filed its petition in an aetion
numbered Civil 591 tn the United States
District Court for the Southern District of
Ohio, Eastern Division, at Columbup,
Ohio, wherein they and others are de
fendants, praying that the Court cause a
jury to be impanelled to make inquiry into
and assess the compensation to be paid
for the premises described In said peti
tion and that upon the payment of the
amount so assessed to, or deposit in the
Registry of this Court for the benefit of
the respective owners 2 J,
Court shall order, absolute and unquali
fied title, ownership and possession of
said premises, in fee simple, free from
al) liens, encumbrances, charges, servi
tudes, restrictions and covenants whatso
ever, actual or contingent, of all persons
whomsoever, may be awarded to and
vested in petitioner United States of
America according to law, and that any
and all persons be excluded from assert
ing any and all right, title, estate, inter
est, lien, easement, claim or demand In,
to. or upon said premises adverse to said
petitioner and also petitioner 'will apply
to Honorable Mell G. Underwood, Judge
of the United States District Court for the
Southern District of Ohio in the Court
Room in the Federal Building, Columbus,
Ohio, for an order impanelling a jury to
make inquiry into and assess the compen
sation to be paid by petitioner United
States of America to the owners of, and
with respect to the said tracts of land,
to_wit: 73 Tracts of Tand In Coshocton,
Noble and Guernsey Counties, Ohio, more
fully and particularly described in said
petition to which all persons interested
are referred. Said defendents and other
persons interested are ordered to plead,
answer or demur on or before the 11 th
day of March, 1946.
OF AMERICA, By
LAN, United States
District ot Ohio.
27 28 29 30 31 32
thereof, as the
UNITED STATES
BYRON B. RAIL
Attorney, Southern

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