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Greatest Home Newspaper. The Journal For the News. AUBITOR McVAY WILL NOT SEEK SECOND TERM Popular Official Wi’l Bow From County Politics Noble County Auditor Ray McVay, often times referred to as one of the most popular men ever to hold public office, is bowing out of the political picture in this county and will not seek a second term as auditor on the Republican ticket. Auditor McVay did not choose to run, despite the heavy pressure from many friends and his place on the ticket was taken by Harley Wheeler of Caldwell, veteran of World War II. He will be opposed on the Dem ocratic ticket by John Kuntz of Sha ron, recently released from the army. Neither will be opposed in the pri mary. Auditor McVay took the oath of office on the second Monday of March, 1943, and will hold forth un til the same time in 1947, when his successor, determined by the Novem ber election, will- take over. In 1930, McVay served as deputy treasurer under the late G. W. Davis and at his death filled out the un expired term. Without from either party, he elected for a full term, this capacity until March he took the oath of office He was elected in the 1942 election. Bruce Blake Is Radio Announcing Btuce Blake, son of Mr. Akron U. S. E. S., and will shortly appear in a prominent role of The Corn is Green.” Farm Plans Being Discussed For 1946 William H. Archer, chairman of the Noble county AAA committee, suggests that all farmers who for some unavoidable reason have not talked to their community commit teeman about the 1946 conservation program, should do so immediately. These committeemen are now at work in the county explaining the 1946 program and assisting individ ual farmers in selecting practices needed on their farms to maintain and build soil fertility. They have with them a farm plan for each farm in their township. Only by completing and signing a farm p’an can a farmer participate in the benefits of the conservation program. It represents a request to the county committee for approval of selected practices for a particular farm—and no payment can be made for the performance of any soil con serving measure unless prior ap proval has been given by the county committee. RELEASED FROM SERVICE C. Herbert Willis, formerly RAY McVAY Dexter City Schools Closed, Epidemic Feared Dexter City schools were closed Monday by Noble county health com missioner, Dr. N. S. Reed, in an ef fort to avert a possibility of a scar let fever epidemic. Mrs. Harold Dyer, county health nurse, stated that no homes quarantined and no specific scarlet fever had been noted 1 symptoms were very similar. The schools will tire week bi in the event bt-oken out. opposition was then serving in 1943, when as auditor. Wayne Jennings Loses Life In Fire November office, Mc- Prior to taking public Vay served eight years as a member of the Caldwell board of education and is at present a trustee of First Church of Christ. the Mrs. and Lindley Blake, formerly of Caldwell, is branching out into radio work and is now a part time announcer over WHKK, Akron, 040 on your dial. work and On Monday, Tuesday and Satur day from 7:00 to 7:30 a. m., Blake announces the early morning news, which he also straight announcing from 8:00 p. m., and on Sunday has charge of church serv- he does 1:00 to morning ices. edits. On Saturday, is still connected with the Fire which swept a small apart ment in Tiffin. Ohio, home Sunday, resulted in the death of Wayne Jen nings, and a 53, a World War 1 veteran native of Caldwell. fire started in a clothes cup according to Fire Chief Ralph aid a cigarette The board, R. McElheny, who probably started the blaze. Jennings has been employed by the United States Glass Co. A son of the late Eugene and Effie Neiswonger Jennings, he was born and reared near Caldwell. He had re sided most of his life in this com munity and for a number of years was an outside contact representa tive of the Zanesville Times Recorder. Surviving are one sister, Mrs. Les ter Herron, Fairground street, Cald well, a brother, Bernard Jennings of Chattanooga, Tenna., and a stepbro ther. S. V. Springer of Caldwell. New Welding Shop Opens In Caldwell of Caldwell, was released Jan. 12 from the U. S. navy and is now employed at the Hercules Motor Corporation, of Canton. Mrs. W llis will be remembered as the former Narwista McKee McKee of this community. Greely is also employed in that city. arrived complete line of Al- Just falfn, Clover and other Field Seeds. Caldwell Implement & Supply Co. 30 3tc Peter Sarisky, 24, Florence Addi tion, north of Caldwell, veteran of World War 11, died early Sunday morning in Good Samaritan hospital, Zanesville, of he and four whom were struck by an night, 10:00 o’clock, as walking on U. S. route 21, two miles north of Caldwell. injuries received when companion, three of also veterans, were automobile Saturday they were The injured included: John Saris ky. 22, brother of Peter, bruises about the head and body lacerations, treated by Dr. G. H. Zimmerman. Sarisky was released only two weeks ago from a veterans hospital in Huntington, W. Va., where he had been receiving treatment for a re current attack of malaria. John S. Kovach, 24, of Florence, who received a compound fracture of the right leg and back injuries. He was rushed to the Bethesda hospital, Zanesville. Nick Baranchik, 34, of Florence, prominent truck driver, body bruises and lacerations. He was treated by Dr. Zimmerman. John Duffalo, 25, of Florence, who Volume 87 Established In 1859 Caldwell. Ohio Thursday, February 14, 1946 the en- on Mo ever has last The body was taken to the McVay Schilling funeral home in Caldwell and was later taken to the home of his sister, where final rites were held, Wednesday afternoon. Intern ment was made in Olive cemeteiy. James Landaker and Gerald Miller have announced the opening of a new welding shop for Caldwell and Noble county. They are located in the Ferguson garage on Mi’ler street, across from the West Side Store. Landaker is a son of Lelia Land aker of Sharon, and a veteran of three years in the army. Miller is al so a veteran and both are well and favorobly known here. GOFS TO CALIFORNIA Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Lyt’e left Tues day for California where they will make their future home, a ing for the past few week mother. Mrs. Lytle Atk:ns, of Locust street. Mr. I.y’l? opening a weld ng shop in He was recently discharged service after spending 14 the South Pacific as a mei Seabee unit. There will be a dance and social at St. Mary’s Hall snonsored by the February group of St. Mary’s church on Saturday, February 16. The lie is,cordially invited. WANTED— Day work for painting. Get order in early. Drop me a G. F. Ahrendts, De-ter City, Ohio. Pete Sarisky Fatally Injured As Automobile Strikes Five Young Men was admitted to St. Francis hospital, Cambridge, with a compound frac ture of the leg and severe pelvic in juries. Investigation of the accident was in charge of the state highway pa trolmen from Cambridge and Sheriff Clayton McKee. It is understood that the five young men had been to the theater in Caldwell and then loafed for a few minutes at the Stritz junk yard, situated on U. S. route 21. Shortly after 10 o’clock the junk yard night their 21. office was locked up for the and the five men started to homes, walking north on route They were struck by an automo bile driven by Warren Oliver, son of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Oliver, Caldwell. Oliver was motoring north from Caldwell and told investigating offi cials that he was blinded by the lights of an approaching car and did not see the men walking. The victim was a son of Mr. and Mrs. Michael Sarisky, of Florence, and well known in the Caldwell com munity. He was discharged last October after service with the army Editor’s Note-—In 1906, a 24-year-| old Noble county (Ohio) boy went to 3 the Indian territory and took a job school teacher in the village of Konawa. At nights and on Saturdays .. he continued his study of law (began in a law office in Marietta) in prep-| aration for the examination in what soon was to be the new state of Oklahoma. The body of this Ohioan arrived hack home Monday to sleep its eternal sleep among old friends and neighbors. In the 40 years th-it v Pryor eminence and outstanding financial succe-s in Hr the He color t.he state. We are indebted to Tom R. jfl Phillips, and publisher of the Holdenville Okla., for William W. Holdenville, account of It follows. Daily News, a detailed Pryor’s life. William W. Pryor, 64, member of the Holdenville and We for many years, died woka bars Thursday hospital, where of spec stomach s were case of but the Masonic funeral services were con ducted in the First Baptist church Saturday morn ng at 10:30, after [known by which the body was forwarded to [“Judge,” Ohio for burial in the Pryor family [dressed in cemetery near Dexter City, a village |as a lawy, in southeastern Ohio near the county |ritory in seat of Noble county, Caldwell. |He had i Rev. J. E. Kirk, pastor of the First |a widep Baptist church, served as chaplain at |and whil the Masonic services. [take the Mr. Pryor is survived by two sons, [state of Dr. Victor W. Pryor, local physician [Konawa, and surgeon, and Pvt. Gale Pryor, |af night, stationed at the Amarilla Army Air |at Ada in 1908 Field, Amarilla, Texas three broth- |fco at Kona ers, including Dr. F. C. Pryor, We woka veterinarian, two sisters and two grandsons, Victor and Bill Pryor, sons of Dr. and Mrs. V. W. Prvor. The parents Lt Mr. Jenning’s only son, 1st. Charles Jennings, pilot in the Force, was reported missing June, in a mission over Iwo Jima. The two brothers and two sisters [petitioned to run in Ohio are: Rath Pryor aYid Harry [of Seminole county Pryor, near Dexter City, vina Lawrence, Dexter City, Mrs. Shellie Stephens, Elba. CAIDWF'L LEAD IN MARCH OF DIMES The Caldwell grade school dents took the lead in this county in the amount of money contributed to is campaign. The 870.00 according total collected to Principal I Amounts co’lected for the differ ent grades were as follows: first, $14.66: second. $1’ thi’d. 812,87 fifth, $’1.26, and h, $9.29. and sons the west, from the CITED FOR DESTRUCTION Bert Sickles, Camhri l"e, wa in the court of Mayor S. M. S Monday, for the alleged dest erty of Warren and Mo: City. Silkies nle charge and arran n ade to reimburs pub- your card. shops in Caldwell have reached an|servedly due to them, agreement on the operation of their commander of the Veto shops and on Monday wi’l observe eign Wars post in this county an new opening and closing hours. nounced today that the Gold Star The shops will open at 8:00 o’clock mothers were being asked to form an and close every evening at 6 o’clock, auxilliary unit to the VFW. except on Saturday, when the closing[ All Gold Star mothers hour is 9 o’clock. On Thur,:'d'’V morn-1the patriotic room of the ing they will close at 11 o’clock. A [Thursday evening, Feb. 2 price will also be charged) the organization and st rolling to a live unit, about 50 eligible in the uniform for a shave and haircut. The shops affected are Gill Bros., Ancil Westcott, Henry Bond, Ferguson at Hazards and THE JOURNAL “COVERS NOBLE COUNTY LIKE THE SUNSHINE” William W. Pryor, Noble Countian Who Rose To Fame, Dies At Holdenv WILLIAM W. PRYOR prominent [_________________ is locati Feb. 7, in St. Anthony’s Oklahoma City, Okla., had been under treatment iali-'ts for a complicated ailment. nty, in which Dexter City have been dead for several Mr. Pr: W e wo I the brother at accompanii burial. “Bill,” 1 a. Dr. F. C. Pry body to Wm. Wi lliam Rucker heads Pearl tee of eight appointed the prop- ley, Dexter lilty to the ?ments have been the owners. There are several dogs that are not tagged and you had better a Dafey wants the fa mers to them or I will pet you sooner or keep this in mil and see what later. Put the tag on the coTar and devcl opes. keep the collar on the -?. Jus for the record, he will in Europe. He was a member of St. Philomena Catholic church, Caldwell. Surviving, in addition to his par ents and injured brother, are three other brothers, Michael, jr., patient in the Fletcher Genera’ hospital, Cambridge George, of Ambridge, Pa., also a veteran of World War II Paul of the home four sisters, Mary and Agnes, of Cleveland Emma and Helen of the home. Military rites were held Tuesday morning at 9:00 o’clock from St. Philomena’s Catholic church, Rev. Fr. Pekalla, Rt. Rev. Fr. Mattes of Fulda, and Rev. Fr. ard of Lowell, officiating. The tary escort was headed by commander, Leo Carter. Burial was made* in Mt. Olivet cemetery, Cald well, in charge of the Estadt funeral home, ifaps were played by Marvin P. Wood. C. D. REED, have ,a garden, too, and will try 30 2tc County Dog Warden. 1 to top his own record. with B. J. Pick mili- VFW All ambulances from Caldwell were rushed to the scene of the acci dent Saturday night, and removed the victims to the various hospitals. Full liability was covered by the Oliver family. Ohio s he many s he frequentl ati was to the Indian ter ating at Konawa, in the offees of the new ichcnl at Oklahoma, taught and opened a law ra. He was immedia [named city attorney. His vigorous and fearless prosecu tion of violators of the ordinances of the town of Kanawa led to his being county attorney He was elected Mrs. Lou-1 and took office in 1910, serving two and terms. From all parts of the county he. was solicited to run for a third pioneer citizens of [term, but declined and instead estab- Barber Shops To [Gold Star Mothers Observe Closing I To Form Auxiliary Managers of the various barber Believing that recognition is E. Carter will meet in courthouse, I, to perfect irt the hall There are county. the commit last Friday |eveniYig to supervise the renair of the club rooms in the basement of |the new VFW building on West street |and the meeting room on the third Repair work will start immed- stu-(.floor. lately. Commander Carter pointed out evening of this week has znated as “work night”, sked to don their cover mort for a little manual hers will be asked to de this been Vets art alls and Thomas. per month to FVPMFRS a record retired railroad res on Bridge is gi' ing the county some this summer, wril, Nobl Jim feet and five inches content with that, ines measured ten fonf and nine inches. PROGRAM POSTPONED G. C. Philpot announces that lyceum course entertainment at Lewisville high school, scheduled February 14, has been postponed, due to illness. the the for NEW EYES FOR BABY The youngest baby ever to un dergo such an operation, Judy Levine, Salt Lake City, is now able to see, as the result of the successful grafting of a cornea on her right eye. Another cornea will be grafted on the left eye. Judy is just one year old. lie, Oklahoma lished law offices in Wewoka. During his two terms as county attorney, Mr. Pryor developed a state-wide reputation as a prosecutor and in tice wi state’s cases. his subsequent private prac s identified with some of the most publicized criminal He represented Seminole county in the seventh legislature. While his interest in politics continued, he re fused to again become a candidate for office, equals on ually as a the status fighting for his client, a friend com mented today. In his prime he had few the political hustings, us crusader and opponent of quo, or before a jury Many years ago Judge Pryor re tired from the practice of criminal law, devoting his time and abilities to his civil law practice. His last widely-publicized criminal case was his defense of Wiley Lvnn, charged For representing the leaders of the “Green Corn Rebellion” in Sem inole county during World War I, he itized by mai swer to this Pryor’s Victor W yor, and by Bill nville and Fred orne Quart of Whiskey Came To $21.48 de ’ryor and Gale F. precti Clayton of Hol-|solve t} Bowles of Ada. [would 1 me friend of the Lhe rig! a long-ti law student from came to the Indian cated at Konawa, Boyle the first citizens of the They became intimate ly state liquor agency in cost a resident of the commun ty $21.48 last court of Mayor S. M. was stealing the whis store without the state The charge key from the payment of $3.36. After being hauled into court on the alleged charge of theft, the Summer guilty and received the above :rfield man pl^ded The incident occurred when man picked up the “spirits” walked out of the store without ment. NEW OFFICERS At the regular community chorus, ning, new officers head this musical unit for ing year. They are as James Hill, president Mrs Moore, vice president Mrs Hayes, second vice president Miss Phyllis Tilton, secretary-treasurer Miss Marylois Tarleton, librarian and John T. Kirchner, publicity. Rev. Ray L. Swetnam is director of the chorus. meeting of Thursday were electee iu tj eve to Due to the basketball tournament next week, regular meeting of Sha ron grange, scheduled for Feb. 21, has been postponed. It will be held on March 1. A program on safety has been planned by’ the lecturer, Adeline Groves. tu PRODUCE QUOTATIONS The following prices were quoted by the Caldwell Produce Company effective, Wednesday, February 13. (These quotations are subject to change without notice.) Heavy springers, 5 lbs up .... 27c Heavy springers, 3 to 5 lbs up 25c Heavy hens ............. Light hens ............. White ducks .......... Colored ducks ........ Geese ....................... Old cocks ............. Young tom turkeys Young hen turkeys Old to-n turkeys .. Old hen turkeys .. Rabbits .................. Large grade A white eggs doz. Large grade A brown eggs doz. Medium grade A white eggs doz. 27c adults. Medium grade A brown eggs doz Large grade white eggs doz. Large grade brown eggs doz. Current receipt eggs ........ doz. Pullet eggs ............................ doz. lb. lb. lb. lb. lb. lb. lb. lb. lb. lh. BABY BURIED ALIVE After being buried three days in a grave in Puno, Peru, the month-old child of Mechora Hauta Marca, 20, In dian unwed mother, was saved from death. [Florence Should Have Unincorporated Signs t„ ... .a I, a. .1 I Jn order to eliminate the continued with the murder at Cromwell of the 1 veteran peace officer, Bill Tilghman. titu Heights 1 of the onal guar itizen.” irvices, th. lio, accom two sons court. That’s the cons anty to every Ameri Immediately after body was on its way to 01 suggested highway, uld reduce he villages the main ■ople might be unethical throv of When the young The Caldwell, Ohio, [the expt Territory and lo-[nominal. ■s was one of town he met. a friends. |J- The cortege reached Monday night where th at the McVay-Schillings funeral home until 10:00 o’clock Wednc morning. Graveside services held at Ogle’s’ Ridge cemetery old friends and neighbors of family paid their respects. Rev. Swetnam was the officiating minis-(th City Ray- A bottle of wh skey, priced $3.36 at the Belle Valley, Summerfield week in the Secrest. ethi light no' would tt n a Harris Gets [Press Recognition Jess S. Harris was among the pub lishers honored Friday at the jubilee luncheon of the Buckeye Press asso ciation, held in the Deshler-Wallick am |hotel, Columbus. All publishers of weekly news s in Ohio, who have been in ime for more than 50 years, re 1 recognition. Mr. Harris has publisher and owner of the Noble County Leader since 1884. Three weeks ago he suspended pub lication for an indefinite period. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Estadt and John D. Whee’er represented Journal at their convention. The The Journal also received recognition for their issue of 29, 1 '45, pertaining to the dedicat of the First Methodist church Caldwell. Mildred Estadt To fine. lOpen Beauty Shoppe the Miss hired Estadt, well knowm anl [Caldwell beauty operator, will open pay- her own shop in the near future. The new beauty salon will the adjoining room to occupied by the ing board building. Miss com- follows: William |sh°P- North Chest“r(announced a Largest Paid Circulation Ever Attained By Any Newspaper Printed In Noble County. on in be located in that formerly county ration Joseph Elias Noble the dt, daughter of Mrs. tadt, has been employed ar at the Hazard Beauty street. She has not yet definite date. SUES FOR DIVORCE has been filed in com- ing that she ewell Ca next bes Irel and h: charge neglec nd, Chloe Long. Dec. 11. 1943, The plaintiff cruelty and gross no childr xtreme duty. RETURNS HOME Mrs. Simon Gray has returned to her home in Caldwell aft°r spending the part week attending style shows in various cities. Mrs. Gray was sne- BUYg STONE PROPERTY [cessful in obtaining all new spring Harry Johnson of [merchandise. 1, have purchased Mr. and Mrs. Caldwell R. D. the Mrs. J. B. Walnut street and expect to move in the near future. Mill. to the Johnson farm. Stone property on [OFFICES TO CLOSE All offices in the courthouse as Mr. and Mrs. John [well as the banking institutions will ■, of Caldwell R. D. 4, will move |be closed on Friday, Feb. 22, in ob Iservance of Washington’s birthday. DIVORCES GRANTED n"- .Eff?’t,Ve (Monday, Feb. 18, the following hours Two divorces were granted in I ... ,. [will be observed bv the undersigned common pleas court during the past I. o Tom (barbers: opening hour. 8:00 o clock week by Judge L. B. Frazier. John I v o ... S u- (closing hour. 6:00 oclock Saturday, W. Martin received his decree from I Wilma Jeanetta Martin. Mary E.|'lw,n« l,.o"r-9:r0 “51”11-"d.ThX Teters was granted a divorce from I a?' °7n? our’ Ll *fc I ... vn xu rn-* (price as announced: hair waterman Ellsworth Teters. (. _schedu'e A o_ (cuts, 50-cent- s’ ave, 35-cents. Gill Brothers Barber Shop Westcott’s Barber Shop I 12 Bond’s Barber Shop Hazard’s Barber Shop McCauley’s Barber Shop. NOBLE COUNTY LIBRARY BOOSTS CIRCULATION 2,000 PAST YEAR lb. 24c 18c I Circulation at the Noble county 2‘ [library has increased approximately |2,000 according to the annual report [released today by Miss Cynthia Mor 32c |ris, librarian. The report is sub 35c [mitted to the Ohio State library. 28 In 1944, the circulation was listed 311 [at 33,427 and during the year just 20 [past, the figure jumped to 35,266. 33c [There w-ere 224 new registrants dur 31c |ing 1944, 101 being juveniles and 123 27c I The library has installed 14 sub 30c I book stations throughout the county 29c land the circulation totalled slightly 28c lover 10,000. The library operates a 23c I book station in every high school in Number 31 CANDIDATES FILE PETITIONS FOR MAY PRIMARY Four Cornered Fig-ht For Commissioner On Republican Ticket The political picture in the forth coming primal y and November elec tion for Noble county is now com plete and the ticket for both parties has become official. Deadline for filing was last Wed nesday at 6:00 o’clock. The biggest surprise resulted in Auditor Rav Mc Vay being replaced on the Republi can ticket by Harley Wheeler of Caldwell. McVay is retiring from politics and would not seek a second term. For representative to the general assembly on the Democratic ticket, Ph lander P. Mi’ligan and Ray Shri ver are seeking the nomination. John W. Kuntz filed for auditor and Frank Radcliff for commissioner. Both are unopposed. Dn the Republican side of the voters will have a four cornered fight ’or representative to the general as semhly. The candi dates are S. M. Frakes, Archie R. Morrison, A. H. Rich, and C°orge C. Philpot. For a jditor, Wheeler was the only one to file. Regardless of how thev vote, there is hound to be a Davis nominated for commissioner. The three Ropubli cans running ar e Otis D. Davis, W. ■’. Toad Davis, and Can- Dari,. Dem ocrat’c Central Comm’tteemen Committeemen who filed in the various voting precincts on the Dem ocratic ticket are follows: Beaver, Richard Douglass: Bates ville, Edgar Douglass- Brookfield, Edward Greathouse Buffalo, Em mett Yoho East Center, Ernest But ler West Center. Harry L. Merritt Sarahsville, Andy Nichelson. Fnoch, Hubert H11 Fulda Ed. Schell Elk, Ralph Miller Flag, R. H. Stevens Jack«on, O. L. Pitts Dexter City, Clarence F. Foreman and Edward J. Sailing Marion, Eu gene Horton. Whigville, no candidate Summer field, D. E. Hannahs: Noble. Charles C. Richards and Charles L. Cald well Maple Heights, Ernest McKee Ava, Charles Bryan and Harvey Amos Bates. Olive precinct. Herman T. Harper Olive townsh p, E. E. Cunningham South Olive, no candidate Caldwell I. Frank Estadt: Caldwell II, Andy Hill: Caldwell III, James L. Moore and C. H. Hesson Caldwell IV, no candidate. Seneca, no candidate: Sha’-on, T. L. Marquis Forest Grove, Woodrow Boyd East Stock, Henry J. Kinnen West Stock. Lewis F. Crum and Wayne. Richard L. Williams. Republican Central Comm'tfeemen Beaver, no candidate- Batesvi’le, no candidate Brookfield. Alfred Schoeppner: Buffalo. Ben F. Wat son Fast Center, lewis E. David son and William Rossiter West Cen ter. Ray VanDyne. Sarahsville, H. C. Stewart and Leo Kirkbride Fnoch, Na’hnn Wickham, jr.: Fulda. Terence Rohrig: Elk. A. C. Kelby F1a«-. Everett Crum Jack son. no candidate. Jefferson. Walter Estadt Dexter City, Wallace E. R’ake- Marion, Del bert Shackle: Whigville, no candi date: Summerfield. RDhsM Smith Noble. Fred Ross Belle Valley, Earl Leasure. Manle Heigh-*, ErnertSrtirt Ava, Ben Boley: O'i-e precinct, William H. Simonton: Ol ve townshin, Laurel Smith and Letter McKee South Olive. N. E. Blake. Cnldwril IT. J. S. Archer- Caldwell III, Harrv CoTey Caldwe’l IV. For est E. McCure and Jack Oliver Seneca, Je-se Johnson. Sharon, E. T. Courtnev: FArest Grove. J. C. Hill. Fast Stock. E. F. I ensure We=t Stock. E. W. Barnes and Wayne, Curtis Hill. For Governor: Governor Lausche and Joseph Torok, Jr., Democrats: Thomas J. Herbert and Albert Payne, Repub licans. For Lieutenant Governor Henry M. Hill, Springfield George D. Nye. Waverlv, incumbent and Anthony Arcidiacono, of Cleve (Continued on Page Eight) DeLaval Milkers—the world’s lead ing line of milkers—mi’k^rs that do the job by regular pulsation and makes milking easier. Does no harm to the cow. See us about them. Installation free. Sold by The Cald well Implement & Supply Hou«e, Caldwell, Ohio. 31 3t the county, except Summerfield, and in most of the grade schools. During the past year, the library has received many generous dona tions of books and magazines for which the board of trrstees and librarian are very grateful. Included on the board of trustees are Enid Okey, Donald Harkins, Ray Elswick, John Matheney, and Mrs. W’illis Hupp. Miss Morris is the librarian and Miss Effie Smith is employed for clercal duties. The library is open from 10:00 to 4:30, Monday through Saturday, and from 6:30 to 8:00 o’clock on Satur day evenings. A general invitation is always open to patronize it.