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year One Entered Red Cross Drive THE JOURNAL A Newspaper In and For Caldwell and Noble County. Published Every Thursday at Caldwell, Ohio. JOHN D. WHEELER—Editor. CLARENCE J. ESTADT—Publisher. Office No. 309—Main Street. Phone No. 98. An Independent Democrat newspaper that goes into the homes of Noble (Continued from page one) Marcus Gant. Dexter City Mrs. Grace Hutcheson, chairman workers. Nola Clymer, Mrs. Hazel Boyd and Mrs. Harry Long. Elk Mrs. Blaine Ullman, chairman, workers, B. W. Ullman, Archie R. Morrison, C. C. Bonar, C. H. Schoep pner, H. M. Ayers, Paul Kelby and Luna Ullman. Enoch Rev. Fr. B. J. Mattes, chairman, workers, Clara Schott, Emma Snider, Mrs. Alex Cornett, Terence Hohman, Mrs. Clem Shafer, Irene Fox, Ella Weisent Mildred Craft and Mrs. F. E. Gerst. Jackson County and covers the Caldwell business zone like the sunshine. Alfred Brown, chairman workers, Mrs. Winifred Ogle, Ruth Stewart, Loren L. Carrel, Elmer Groves and Dean C. Ramsey. Jefferson Walter Estadt, chairman workers, Ed Nau, William Brotton, Earl RATES OF SUBSCRIPTION (Outside Noble County) $2.00 Eight Months .. (Within Noble County and Radius) .... $1.50 Six Months at the post office at Caldwell, Noble County, as second class mail matter under Act of Congress of March 3, 1870 BICYCLE TIRES $169 Up TIRE PUMPS $195 BUMPER JACKS $198 AUTO HORNS $3.19 Up FIRE EXTINGUISHERS $1.98 Up DOOR MIRRORS $1.59 Up TROUBLE LIGHTS $2.95 UNIVERSAL FLOOR MATS $2.89 WHITE TIRE PAINT $ .69 FIRE EXTINGUISHER FLUID $ .89 HAVE THE FOLLOWING SIZES OF TRUCK TIRES IN STOCK— 8.25 20 -10 PLY 7.50 20 -10 PLY 7.00 20 -10 PLY BATTERIES ... FOR MOST CARS! Hayes Service Station South on U. S. Route 21 CALDWELL, OHIO jiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiilillllillilllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllhillllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllilllllllllllllllllll .. $1.50 .. $ .75 Hayes and Harold Spence. Marion Rev. O. L. Orr, chairman workers, Eugene Horton, Thelma Wharton, Mrs. Helen E.Watson, Ray Windom, Mrs. Bernice Batten, Ward McVicker Lucy Orr, James Wickham, J. B. King and Emily O. Havener. N oble No chairman named workers, Mike Baranchik, Andy Fafrak, Betty L. Stiers, Mrs. Ethel Stiers and A. C. Still. Olive Earl Jennings chairman workers, Bessie Stringer, Sylvia Bryan, Al fred Tilton, L. L. L. Davis, Walter rence King, Rev. Thelma Hupp. Sharon FIRESTONE AUTO SUPPLIES Woodford, Arthur H. Brown, Law Lenley Addis and C. W. Parrish, chairman workers, Ruth P. Marquis, C. F. Ramsey, Wiley D. Bigley, Mrs. Vera Harmon, Mrs. Cora Seneca Marquis and E. K. Keyser Shafer, chairman work- Mildred ers, Mary Alice Stiles, Betty Powell, Wava Oliver, Mrs. Harold Miller, Mrs. Ronald Allbritain, Harry Miley, Grand Opening! We take great pleasure in announcing to the people of Noble County the opening of the GUERNSEY MEMORIALS March 23, 1946, on West Street in Caldwell. We extend an invitation to you to visit our Show Room and see the large display of Monuments and Markers. We will have at all times a large display of Memorials from all the leading quarries. Our work will be done by expert workmen and every care shall be taken to insure you the best in memorials. We are offering you for the first week of our opening ten per cent (10%) discount on any purchase you might wish to make. Also a guarantee that any monument or marker that you purchase from our floor will be erected for Memorial Day. Guernsey Memorials WEST STREET—CALDWELL, OHIO FRED W. LEGRAEN, MANAGER Simon E. Ruby Walter Myers F. R. Miley and Mrs. Leroy Miller. Stock Louetta Thompson, workers Grace Wiley, Thomas Mabie Hesson, Mrs. Lawrence and Eunice Horton. Wayne chairman Swick Kuhn work and Eugene B. Ward, chairman ers, Frank Sayre, Harold House Robert Roe. Caldwell be for has A little different system is ing used this year in Caldwell the current drive. Harry Knox been named chairman for the entire community and he will have four in turn, their own teams. The quota for Caldwell will be broken down into four districts, Mrs* Ivan Ziler, Miss Cynthia Morris and Robert Tarleton have been named as three of the captains. A house to house canvas is being planned and will probably be held Friday. Fire Wardens Named (Continued from page one) gil Law, route 1, Cumberland, south of that community. Buffalo E. O. Bond, route 1, Pleasant City, State route 146 and I.S. Nicholson, route 2, 21. Center Pleasant City, State route E. Davidson, route 1, Sar R. E. Merry, route 1, Cald L. VanFleet, route 1, Sar Alva C. Watson, route 1 City and Harry L. Merritt, Lewis ahsville well F. ahsville Pleasant route 1, Caldwell. Elk C. C. Bonar, route 1, Harrietts ville and R. L. Smithberger, route 1, Lower Salem. Enoch E. H. Crock, route 1, Caldwell and John Nau, route 2, Dexter City. Jackson Alfred Brown, route 1, Dexter City, two miles west of Crooked Tree W. F. Farson, route 1, Macks burg, three miles south of Crooked Tree and Ivan E. Morris, route 1, Coal Run, Dungannon. Jefferson W. L. Clark, route 2 Dexter City, or Middleburg. Marion Forest Archer, route 2, Summer field, south of Whigville J. Fletcher Guiler, route 2, Summerfield or one half mile east of Whigville Homer Warner, route 2, Summerfield and A. A. Stevens, route 2. Summerfield. Noble Earl C. Archer, route 5, Caldwell, or four Valley Caldwell, route route Andy 340 miles northeast of Belle Edwin L. Crum, route 1, on route 160 R. H. Love, Summerfield John Coyle Caldwell or Hoskinsville 1, 6, Pafrak, route 1, Ava on route and Edmund Long, route 6, ell, on route 285. Stock Earl E. Archer, route 1, Summer field on state route 260. Seneca Dallas Law, route 1, Senecaville, on state route 147, in Mt. Ephraim. Olive Dexter 3, 2, F. C. Hughes, route 1, City Lawrence A. King, route Caldwell and Ix?e Parrish, route Caldwell. Sharon Carl Delancey, route 3, Caldwell or one mile north of Keithtown C. 1). Janies, route 2, Caldwell on state route 278 and C. W. Parrish, three miles south of Sharon. Wayne Arthur W. Davis, Senecaville El lis D. Long, route 1, Senecaville, on state route 670 Earl Moore, route 1, Quaker City R. W. Parks, route 1, Senecaville James Herbert Rich, route 1, Senecaville and Eugene Ward, route 1, Quaker City. Deaths THE JOURNAL. CALDWELL. OHIO B. A. F. ARCHER Allen Floyd Archer 56, of Zanes ville, a former teacher in Caldwell, died Monday morning as the result of a stroke of apoplexy. He had been in ill health for some time. Mr Archer, a native of Morgan county, had taught school in Pike and Morgan counties and for many years was principal of Caldwell High Owners- Edward Ruby School. He retired in 1936 because of ill health and moved ville in 1942. to Zanes- Ohio Wes a member He was a graduate of leyan university and was of the Methodist church in Cleveland, the F. and A. M. Lodge of Summer field and the American Legion and VFW lodge at Caldwell. He served with the American Expeditionary Forces in World War I. Surviving are his widow, Delma, and four brothers. Lawrence of Ak ron Clifford of Dresden Forrest of Whigville, and Ford of McClary. Funeral services were held Thurs day at 2 p. at the Keck funeral pallors ir. Zanesville. The body will then be removed to West Virginia where commitment services will be held. Captains working for him and they, J. B. PARRY Word was received here Saturday of the death of J. B. Parry, brother of William Parry, Marshall of Cald well, which occurred at 11:30 a. m. in Good Samaritan hospital, Zanes ville, where he had been a patient the past nine weeks. Pneumonia the cause of death. was late was that Mr. Parry was a son of the Frank and Mary Parry, and born and lived his earlier life in community. Two of Mr. Parry’s sons, Frank and Harold, of Zanesville laid the corner stone of the new addition of the First Methodist church in Caldwell, last year. His widow and seven children sur vive. The brothers and sisters al! natives of Noble county, are William Parry and Mrs. Johnson of Caldwell, Mrs. Abbie Darner of Zanesville Mrs. Amy Johnson of Pemeroy, Wash., Mrs. Louise LaGrange of El yria, and Charles Parry, Zanesville. Funeral services were held Tues day at 2 p. m. from the Dean, Swope funeral chapel in Zanesville, fol lowed by internment in Memorial Park, that city. MRS. WALLACE KIRK Mrs. Roy Mellon of Sarahsville was notified of the death of her mother, Mrs. Wallace Kirk, which occurred suddenly Friday evening at the family home in Zanesville. Mrs. Nellie Kirk, operator at the Sarahs ville telephone exchange is a sister in-law of Mrs_ Kirk. MRS. HANNAH MORGAN Mrs. Hannah Morgan, 92, widow of the late J. Mason Morgan, for many years residents of Caldwell, died Friday at noon at the Ilk rest home in Canton, where she had been cared for since the death of her only daughter, Miss Mary Morgan, three or four years ago. She was a mem ber of the First Methodist church here. Surviving are two sons, Morgan of Marietta, and Harry gan of Minerva. John Mor- the The body was brought to McVay Schilling Funeral home in Caldwell, where funeral services were held Monday at 3 o’clock. REASON T. STIERS Reason T. Stiers, 81, Salesville, R. D. 1, died Wednesday at 3 p. m. at Swan hospital, Cambridge, follow ing an illness lasting six weeks. He was admitted Tuesday to the hospit al in a serious condition. Brief rites were held at 1:30 p. m. Saturday at the home with additional services at 2 p. m. at the Salem Baptist church. Rev. Frank S. Hall, of the First Bap tist church, conducted the service and burial was at the Salem Baptist cemetery. A son of Avery and Hettie Hafer Stiers, he was born on a farm near Senecaville and spent all his life in that vicinty. In 1896 he was mar ried to Nettie Fife, who survives. He was a member of the Salem Baptist church whete he served as a deacon and superintendent of the Sunday school for many years. He was af filiated with Senecaville. the IOOF lodge at to his wife he is sur son, Thomas of Sales- In addition vived by one ville R. D. 1, one sister, Mrs. Alice Erwin, Cuyahoga Falls, grandchildren 'Milford Carl and five Stiers and Watson, of the U. S. Navy, Ronald and Myron Stiers and Ger ald Watson. One daughter, two sis ters, and five brothers arc deceased. Twenty-eight Teams In Cumberland Tourney Twenty-eight teams have been entered in the Cumberland Tri-Coun ty tourney which got under way on Tuesday night of this week with six games on the docket. Seven games will be played on Wednesday, seven on Thursday, with four quarter-final games on Friday, semi-finals, finals, SPECIALS FOR THE FARMERS! Radio A-B Packs $5.79 Grass Hooks-------------- 70c Garden Plows $3.50 Paint Brushes 25c up Water Separators $4.95 Plumb Axes $2.50 Battery Fencers $8.38 Electric Fencers $12.29 25% D.D.T. (5-gal.) $4.95 Brass Hose Nozzles 55c Felt Roofing 45c 55c 65c BULK GARDEN SEEDS VIGORO PLANT FOOD FERTILIZER and LIME BOOK YOUR SEED POTATOES NOW! DONALD D. NICHOLS Cream Eggs Feed Phone 63-J CALDWELL, OHIO and consolation finals on Saturday night. Results and scores of Noble Coun ty games will be published week. Memorial Fund Continues To Grow next The memorial fund at Dexter City, started for the purpose of erecting a monument to the memory of seven students who lost their lives in World War II from that school, con tinues to grow, according to Treas urer Vere Miller. Last week a number of business men in Caldwell responded to the call for additional funds and con tributed liberally. It is believed that the memorial services and dedication will be held some time in May. Those contributing included James & Quick, $2.00 Gill’s barber shop, 50c T. M. Ehlermann, $5 00 Mary Hanes, $1.00 W. C. Harper, $5.00 Ronald Boyd, 50c Chester E. Hup rich, $5.00. Collart Shoe store, $1.00 Henry Bond $1 00 Hayes Meat Market, $1.00 Lorenz Hardware, $1.00 Wehr’s store, $3.00 Ansel West cott, $2.00. Mrs. Frank Cox, $1.00 Lena Al ter, $1.00 Brady Miller, $1.00 Don ald Harkins, $1.00 Chas W. Haw kins, $1.00 Gillespie’s Drug store, $5.00 Standard Oil Co., $2.00. Woody’s Meat Market, $2.00 Ral ston’s Pharmacy, $2.00 Home Res taurant, $1.00 Gray’s, $2.00 Dr A. G. McGregor, $5.00 Buckey’s Hatch ery, $1.00. George Estadt & Sons, $1.00 G. R. Farley & Son, $3.00 Hazard’s Beauty Shop, $2 00 Clark & Bar nett, $2.00 Worl W. Thompson, $2.00 and Tarleton’s Coffee Shop $10.00. CARD OF THANKS We take this means of thanking our many friends and neighbors for the kindness and help given us in the loss of our home and all its con tents which were destroyed by fire, and to the homes that were open to us and every gift which was given us at this time. We thank the Crooked Tree Church and Mary Reed Society who stood by us so faithfully with their help, which we will never forget. We want to thank Mr. and Mrs. Walter Stew art of Keithtown for the lovely box which they sent as well as the many gifts received from Caldwell and Dexter City friends. These friends and gifts will always be a cherished memory. May God’s richest bless ings rest upon each and every one of you is our prayer. MR AND MRS. J. W. GRAY, OPAL AND CLYDE. Phone 160 help yourself to Beauty... MAX FACTOR pancake makeup $1.50 APPLE BLOSSOM body powder------- 49c JERGEN’S LOTION large size 89c SUTTON’S bubble bath 59c YODORA deodorante cream 49c use your Head... LUSTRE CREME SHAMPOO with lanolin 59c DARA soapless shampoo 50c GOLDEN GLINT all shades 25c WOODBURY shampoo 39c BOBBY PINS cards 10c baby needs... j&j BABY POWDER 39c SIM LAC 97c DEXTRI-MALTOSE 67c CASTORIA 36c MENNEN’S BABY OIL, pint 89c STORK CASTILE SOAP 15c NATA-PAX Flushaway Diapers 89c CARD OF THANKS We wish to express our heart feltc thanks and sincere gratitude to our neighbors, friends, relatives—all who assisted in so many ways during the illness and death of our loved one, Ida Belle Hawkins.—William Haw kins, Eva H. Croy and family. pd. Telephone 261 Reliable Prescription Service CALDWELL. OHIO be w Miss Popularity with our Stationery COMPLETE AUTO SERV ICE ALL MAKES BARNHCL'SE CHEVROLET COMPANY G. R. FARLEY & SON ALL KINDS OF INSURANCE Candy Stripe in colors 69c Flowered Border pink or blue 59c Family Favorite large count __ $1.00 Letterettes by Gibson------$1.00 Pastel Inks many colors 25c laxatives... EX-LAX 21c MINERAL OIL, qt. 89c SAL HEPATICA 97c FEENAMINT 21c AROMATIC CASTOR OIL 25c THAOLIN PILLS 29c N-R TABLETS 89c SERUTAN hospital size $2.98 CASCARA SAGRADA 4 oz. 60c Thursday, March 21, 1946 CARD OF THANKS We wish to thank the Summer field churches, the Red Cross, and our many friends who donated to us °n a”y w»y the time we suffered the loss of our home. Mr. and Mrs. Hayes Sutherland, Sylvia and Jimmy. Street I er TO REPUBLICAN VOTERS OF NOBLE COUNTY- I am a Candidate For STATE REPRESENTATIVE At the May 7, 1946 Primary. Your Vote and Support Greatly Appreciated! George C. Philpot MARION TOWNSHIP GUARD BAX multiple vitamins $123 MEAD’S—Conct. C. L. O. 50 c. c. $2-67 DR. WEST’S tooth brush CALDWELL’S syrup of pepsin 47c DAROL cough syrup PINKHAM’S vegetable comp. $1.25 RU-EX compound WEAREVER fountain syringe $1-08 POLIDENT cleans false teeth 27c HEATING PAD 3 heats-------------$4.41 FREE! While They Last! 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