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Thursday, March 21, 1946
Harriettsville— Elk Local Seniors Prepare Class Play Harriettsville, Mar. 20—The senior ^lass of the local high school will present their class play, “A Poor Married Man”, Saturday Evening, March 23. Members of the cast are: Delsie Wilkinson, Carolyn Lallathin, Norma Jean Smithberger, Russell Luke, Leonard Robbins, Carl Baker, and Roy Stephens. Entertained With Dinner Mr. and Mrs. G. E. McVay enter tained with a dinner Sunday. Those present were Mr. and Mrs. Fred Htsskins, Miss June Hesskins, Mr. and Mrs. Deibert Lemoine of Jack sonville, Mrs. Anna Coey of Akron, and Mrs. Bertha Hayes of Middle burg. Additional callers in the af ternoon were Mr. and Mrs. Frank McVay of Stafford. Attend Grange Anniversary Rev. A. G. Nickel and Miss Clara Patterson attended the 25th anni versary of the Carlisle grange which was organized in 1921. Twenty mem bers received their silver stars for active service. The grange also cel ebrated the 72nd birthdays of twin sisters, Mrs. Forshey and Mrs. Gil dow and the 26th anniversary of Bert Bonar, jr. The speaker was Mr. Alsbach of Columbus. W. S. C. S. Hold Meeting Mrs. Emilene Schramm entertained the W. S. C. S. of the Methodist church at her home Thursday eve ring. Mrs. Mary McVay led the de votionals and Mrs. Kathryn Ayers gave the book report. Mrs. Schramm g^ve a reading, “Peace on the Cross.” During the social hour, Mrs. Maigaret Donohoo home dem onstration agent, of Caldwell, was a guest and finished the table that the county agent has been refinishing at the meetings in the high school. Re freshments of cake, sandwiches, and coffee were served. Personals Dr. H. L. Duncan of New Mata moras was a professional caller at the Ray Baker home Friday night. Barbara Jane Miller of Spiedel is visiting her aunt, Mrs. Dorothy Book of route 1. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Blair of Syc amore Valley, Mrs. Emma Ridgeway daughter, Miss Corrine of Lower Salem, route and Mr. and Mrs. Ho mer Blair, son Lloyd, visited Sun day at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Blair. Miss Blanche Pryor of Dexter City, route spent Thursday night with Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Johanning. Supt. and Mrs. H. M. Ayers, son David, were dinner guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. S. W. Ayers of route 1. Mr. and Mi's. Floyd Baker, daugh ters Mary and Evelyn, and the lat ters husband of Roseville, spent Thursday with Mr. and Mrs. Ray Baker. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Strain and son of Akron, have moved to the Herman Pabst farm on route 1. Mrs. Okey Curtis of Marietta vis ited recently with Mrs. Lydia Schafer. J. R. VanFossen, daughter Miss Fanchon, and Mr. and Mrs. Charles VanFossen were business visitors at Marietta, Thursday. Mrs. Mary McVay and Mrs. Hazel Barnett shopped at Marietta Friday. Mr. and Mrs. B. W. Ullman and Mrs. Paul Kelby were business vis itors at Caldwell, Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Blake and son of Dexter City spent Sunday evening with Mr. ami Mrs. Paul Kel by. Supt. and Mrs. H. M. Ayers shopped at Cambridge Saturday and enroute home were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hawkins of Cumberland. Mrs. Carlos Miller, son Gary, spent Tuesday with her sister, Mrs. Ken neth McGee of Barnesville. Rev. Fr. Nickel, Miss Clara Pat terson and Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Jo hanuing spent Thursday night with Mr. and Mrs. John Schell of Berne. Mr. and Mrs. John Haffner were business visitors at Marietta Wed nesday. Mr. and Mrs. Gaylord Miller and daughter Gertrude, of Spiedel spent Monday night with Mr. and Mrs. Charles VanFossen and was accom panied home on Tuesday by their daughter, Betty Lee, who spent the past week with her grandfather, C. D. Miller, and Mr. and Mrs. Carlos Miller. Mrs. Irene Bankes and daughter, Dorothy Jane, of Sycamore Valley were palters at the home of Bessie Miller and sisters Thursday evening. Mrs. Sylvia Feldner and Mrs. Hazel Wilkinson of Caldwell, route, spent one dy alast week with Miss Fanchon VanFossen. Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Wetzler of Byesville visited Sunday afternoon with the latters mother here. Willscreek Willscreek, Mar. 20—Most farm ers are pretty well done plowing. So far this has been a nice time for work on the farm. We hope the fruit will be held back. We would like some cider this fall. Several of our folks attended the sale at Lon Reed’s last Friday. Austin Stevens sold a fresh cow to Earl Moore last week. Now Earl will have milk for his old hound. Earl Carpenter, jr., who was op erated on last week at a Wheeling, W. Va., hospital, is home greatly improved. Fishermen are getting lost of fish. The creek is full of them. Eckard Hogue, who is staying at Rosa Stallings, was a social caller here last Friday evening. Vivian Feldner and daughters, Judy and Nancy, were visitors here last Saturday and Sunday. More than 200 automobiles passed here last Sunday and still we can’t get No. 16 road improved as it should be. Some of us (Republi cans) have about concluded to quit voting, especially for commissioners. Maywood Dinges made a business trip to Caldw'ell last Wednesday. Maywood is looking for another horse. John Bates is slowly improving. He is now able to work some. Everett Gibson and Clara Moore of Quaker City were visitors on the creek last week. Trixie a female dog owned by Mrs. Hayes Bates, hau six fine pups, which will be for sale soon. Gordon Stephen has moved to his new home in Mt. Ephraim. Shenandoah Trail Shenandoah Trail, Mar. 20—Sam uel Moore has purchased the Homer Rich farm which he formerly owned. Urban Cunningham has sold his farm to John Carter. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Wheeler of Canton visited relatives here over the weekend. John Grimes has been absent from Sunday school three times in 25 yrs. Clarence Sanford has returned to his farm after spending the winter in California. Ladd Wheeler and Charles Snode are each planting forty acres of corn. Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Larrick of Byesville were Sunday visitors of his brother, Owen Larrick and fam ily Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Ross Watson of Summerfield visited William Bond last Sunday Keithtown Keithtown, Mar. 20—Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Hale and son, Charles, spent the weekend at the home of his par ents, Mr. and Mrs. B. E. Hale. Sunday dinner guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. James Dodds were: Rev. Ramsey, Mr. and Mrs. Francis Bell and their daughter, Betty Jo McKee, of Canton. Mr. and Mrs. Francis Bell spent Sunday evening at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Leighton Landaker and family. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Mitchell spent Sunday evening at the home of Ord Chandler. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Chandler and daughter, Gloris, spent the past week at the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ord Chandler. Mr. and Mrs- Fred Chandler are moving this week to their new home, which they recently purchased from Boh Wells. Several from this community at tended the sale Saturday of Marion Wiley at Beverly. Among those who are on the sick list are: Mrs. William McMannis, Mrs. I^eighton Landaker, Mrs. Leo Burkhart and Wilbur Sprague. Dexter City Dexter City, Mar. 20— Mr. and Mrs. Glen Mullen and daughters, Bonnie and Glenna, of Marietta, spent the weekend with her mother, Mrs. Lottie Travis. Mr. and Mrs. William Archer and Mr. and Mrs. Don Archer of Colum bus spent Friday evening with Mrs. Virgil Archer and Mr. and Mrs. Al bert Hayes. Mrs. Virgil Archer and son, Jon, went to Columbus Saturday to spend a couple weeks visiting her bi other, Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Hayes and other relatives. Clyde Hutcheson of Marietta was a business visitor in town one day last week. Frank Brown of Dudley has been doing carpenter work on the prop erty of Wallace Blake, they expect to move in the next week or so. Mrs. Elmira Webber is visiting her son, Edmund Webber, near Marietta. P. R. Blake has received word of the serious illness of his brother-in law, Dace Treadway, of Akron. South Olive South Olive, Mar. 20—Mr. and Mrs. R. F. Lowe, of Uniontown, Pa._ spent last week with their daughter, Mis. John Pryor and family. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Ullman and children of Columbus visited over the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. T. A. Clark Mrs. Carrie Danford spent Sunday afternoon with Mrs. Lina Boyd, at the Frank Davis home. Mr. and Mrs. Claude Ogle, Sr., Mr. and Mrs. Claude Ogle, Jr., and daughter, Karen Sue, of anton spent the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. M. C. Ogle near Crooked Tree and vis ited Mrs. Gertie Haines, here. Mrs. Urban Nau spent part of last week with her daughter, Mrs. Frank Froelich and family, in Bar nesville. Urban Nau, William and Dorothy spent Sunday at the Froe lich home, Mrs. Nau accompanying the n home Sunday evening. Mrs. Jewel Tilton spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. James Carter. Mrs. Alta Davis and Dcssa Hesson of Caldwell were calling on friends here Wednesday. Mrs. Elb a Boyd spent a few days last week with her daughter, Mrs. Hairy King, in Akron. Green Valley Green Valley, Mar. 20—Several from this place attended the funeral of Henry Tucker which was held in the East Union ME church, Fri day. Bothel W. Bates visited at the Phil Depuy home one day last week. Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Bates, Cecil Rutherford and son, Reed, visited Mr. and Mrs. 1. B. Bates, Sunday. S lelbia Jean Bates visited her un cle, Sam Clark and family, of near Sarahsville a few days last week. Mrs. Nettie Clark visited Mr. and Mrs. Henry Butler of East Union last Friday. Kay Marlene and Nancy Lee Bates visited Mrs. Jane Bates last Thurs day. Mrs. Zella Clark and children vis ited Mr. and Mrs. John Clark one day last week. Sharon— W. C. T. U. Meet In Regular Session Sharon Mar. 20—Mrs. Minnie Marouis was hostess to members of Sharon W. C. T. U. Wednesday even ing at her home, with President Anna Archibald presiding. Meeting opened with song, “Amer ica the Beautiful.” Scripture le=son, Mark 11:15-18, was read by Mrs. Marquis. Mrs. Marjorie Springer led in prayer. The regular business session was held. The following leaflets were read and discussed “Discipline” by Mar jorie Snringer “One Prize, Civil ization,” by Anna Archibald “Think on These Things,” by Cora Marquis “Know why and how,” by Minnie Marquis and “Abundant Living, the Reward,” by Vera Harmon. Refreshments were served by the hostess. Grange Meets Sharon Grange met in regular ses sion Friday evening. A miscellan eous program was presented during the lecture hour with Mrs. Adeline Groves in charge. Next meeting will be held March 29. Personals Mr. and Mrs. Earl Marquis of New Matamoras were visiting with his sister, Mrs. Wellington Foreman and husband, Sunday. Mrs. Nannie Brotton returned to her home last week from Columbus, where she had been several months with her sister, Mrs. Margaret Wal dron. Donald Boyd went to Kenova, W. Va., last week, where he secured employment. Walter Lowe visited with his bro ther, Howard Lowe, at Akron last week. Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Farrell and son, Dick, of Zanesville, Mr. and Mrs. Junior Harmon of Forest Grove Donald Harmon of near Hoskinsville, spent Sunday with their mother, Mrs. Ocie Harmon. Middleburg Middleburg, Mar. 20—Sunday vis itors at the home of Mr. and Mrs. W. K. Poling were: Mr. and Mrs. John Poling and daughters, Callie, Jane, and son, Dale, Mrs. Herman Cumnip and son, Michael, all of Bartlett, Ohio. Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Hayes and family of Caldwell, spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Ellis Hayes of Middleburg. Mr. and Mrs. Alex Bettinger spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Edward Gildou. Mrs. Ernest Ball and son of South Olive spent the weekend with her daughter Mrs. Bertha Clark and son Wayne. Delmar Lewis of Macksburg was a caller at Middleburg Saturday. Kathryn Morrison who is em ployed at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Guy I ewis at Macksburg spent the weekend with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. II. Morrison and family. Sunday afternoon guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Brotton and family were: Mr. and Mrs. Steve Odlivak and children of Maple Heights, Mr. and Mrs. Walter E-tadt, Miss Fern Pvt. William Barnett spent the weekend with his sister, Mrs. Leland Clark and son, Lloyd Dean, of Middleburg. Mr. and Mrs. Emil Barnett of Caldwell were weekend guests of their parents Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Clark and family. Walnut Ridge Walnut Ridge, Mar. 20—Several from here attended the “Minstrel” at Summerfield, Friday night. Mrs. Blanche King has returned home after visiting relatives at Canton. Mrs. Bertha and Florence Horton visited Mrs. Esther Horton Sunday afternoon. Mrs. Florence Mallett and sister Kate, have returned to their home on Curtis Ridge after spending the winter months with their daughter, Mrs. Blanche Butler, of Caldwell. Lucy Feldner called on Mabel Hor ton Wednesday afternoon. Grace Warner spent Tuesday night with Irene Horton. Mr. and Mrs. O. O. Horton were caller at Woodsfield Monday after noon. Mr. and Mrs. Hidge King were callers at Summerfield Friday night. Jimmy Horton spent Sunday after noon with George Horton. Kepnonsburg Kennonsburg, Mar. 20—Mrs. Es ther Lashley and Mrs. Clarice Stone burner entertained the Good Cheer Circle at the home of the former March 5th. Seventeen members and families and 5 guests were present. During the business meeting the members voted to donate $5.00 to the American Red Cross. Mrs. Mary Ward was in charge of the contests. Mrs. Lena I^as-hley was received as a new member. At the close of the meeting a visiting period was en joyed and refreshments were served. The next meeting will be held at the home of Mrs. Vivian Feldner with Mrs. Mary Ward co-h stess, April 2nd. Mr. and Mrs. Ellis Long, daugh ter, Melba, and Mr. and Mrs. Rob ert Wyscarver and children were THE JOURNAL, CALDWELL. OHIO visiting Mr. and Mrs. Homer Rich of Sarahsville Sunday. W. D. Lashley and I. M. Danford were business callers in Batesville Saturday evening. R. W. Parks is attending the Teachers first aid meeting in Col umbus this week Mrs. Esther Lashley and son Gary spent Thursday evening with Mrs. Lillian Ford of Barnesville. Mr. and Mrs. A. J. I^awrence of Akron spent the weekend with Mrs. Ure Massie and father. Mr. and Mrs. Harold House spent a day last week with Mrs. Jane House and son Bert. Mrs. Alma Harding and daughter Romaine were calling on Mrs. George Ankrom Saturday evening. Berne Berne, Mar. 20 Several from here attended the minstrel at Sum merfield, Friday night. Glen Yoho and sons of Tuscara was spent the weekend visiting rela tives and friends here. Mr. and Mis. Dana Swick visited in Zanesville last Thursday. Mrs. Winna Rucker and Mrs. Ger trude Kuhn spent last week at the home of Mrs. Minnie Warner. The day was spent in quilting. Mrs. Lawrence Mallett and Mrs. Everett Mallett spent Saturday af ternoon with Mrs. Bernice Crum. Sam Clark .and Henry Ritterbeck were visiting Mr. and Mrs. Earl Young at Lowell, Saturday after noon. Dwight Kuhn left last Tuesday to spend a week with a friend in Miss ouri. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Wiley of Caldwell spent Thursday afternoon with their granddaughter, Charlene Wiley, who has been sick for the past three weeks. Mr. and Mrs. Wiley Robbins and May Forshey spent last Thursday with their son, Clyde Robbins and family at Summerfield. Mrs. Bernice Crum visited at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Forshey, Sunday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Hill of Canton have purchased the Herman Gressel farm and Orville Okey ex pects to move his family there in the near future. Mr. and Mrs. Gabe McAtee of Dexter City spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Morrison and family. Whigville Whigville, Mar. 20—Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Martin spent Friday evening with Mr. and Mrs. George Berry. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Gulick spent Saturday with Mrs. Emily Glasgon of Antrim. Mrs. Kenneth Guiler and daugh ter, Jolene spent Tuesday with Mrs. Frank Ruby of Cambridge. Mr. and Mrs. Farrent Archer were called to Cumberland Sunday by the serious illness of their grand son Ivan Archer. Several from here attended the Minstrel at Summerfield Friday night. Mr. and Mrs. Gould Ward and J. M. Martin were shopping at Cald well Saturday. Several from here attended the sale of Larn Reed Friday. IN THE COMMON PLE\S COURT OF NOBLE COUNTY, OHIO Case No. 8628 JOHN McFERREN, Plaintiff vs. RETA McFERREN, Defendant Rcta McFerren, residing at 890'2 Har rison Avenue, Boston. Mass., is hereby notified that John McFerren has filed lais petition against her for divorce in Case No. 8828 of the Common Pleas Court of Noble Countv, Ohio, on the grounds of Gross Neglect of Duty and that said cause will be for hearing on or after fhe 19th dav of April. 1946. 34 35 36 37 38 39 L. YOUNG. Attorney for Plaintiff. NOTICE The Trustees of Stock Township will accept bids for the disposition, for sale or trade, of the following township equipment: one cleat tractor 30, one seven-foot blade grader, and one rotor scraper, for tractor use. All equipment listed is in fair condition. Scaled bids will be accepted by Eunice Horton, clerk, Berne, Ohio. The Trustees reserve the right to re ject any or all bids. By order of Stock Township Trustees. 35 36 EUNICE HORTON, Clerk. Beautifies and protecti wood, composition, leather, linoleum or tile surfaces. “Just wipe it on." Its hard wax finish resists water and dirt— isn't slippery on floors. On/^ 98^ QUtBT 59? HNT NICHOLS CREAM STATION CALDWELL, OHIO WANTED! WE ARE NOW, AT ALL TIMES, PREPARED TO REMOVE YOUR DEAD STOCK PROMPTLY. PHONE 57—Reverse the Charges. Buckey's Feed Store CALDWELL, OHIO iimmerfie!d Summerfield, Mar. 20—Mrs. Pearl McKinney was in Columbus the past week visiting friends and relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Gibson of Cam bridge entertained with a course din ner Sunday at their home. Covers were laid for Mr. and Mrs. H. P. Gibson. Mrs. Onha Bishop, Mr. and Mrs. Bernard VanDyne, Harold Gib bon. host and hostess. Mr.«and Mrs. Vernon Havener, and daughter, Leattia and Marion CUary, were in Cambridge, Monday, on business. Miss Edna Reed and Thoma® Tohn of Cleveland were visiting with her mother, Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Stenhen end other friends here over the week end. Mr. and Mrs. Perry Philpot, Major and Mrs. Howard Williams are vis iting with the later’s sister in Geor gia for a few days. Mrs. Fred Bode is in Columbus this week visiting her daughter, Mrs Robert Creamer and other relatives. Mrs. Clara Gee and Buddy Wil liams visited in Zanesville over the weekend. Forest Clvde Recd. Stafford, vis ited the past week with his father, Mr. and Mrs. Tom Reed and other relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Rosenberg of Woodsfield were dinner guests Sun day at the home of Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Atkinson, North Pike. Mrs. Ina Bates is reported quite ill at her home this week. Miles Davidson of Cleveland and George Reed of Caldwell visited re cently with George Amos. The Summerfield Grange, No. 2073, held their regular meeting Sat urday evening with a short program. The Grange will put on the 4th de gree at Sarahsville. April 4. Mr. and Mrs. Edison Jonas, son Donnie, attended the funeral of her aunt, Mrs. Effie Jonas at Murray City, Saturday. They were also guests of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Don Bumgardner for the weekend. Mrs. Jack Priece has received word from her husband, T/5 Priece. that he has landed in Puerto Rico, having sailed from New Orleans. He is with the army of occupation. The Woman’s missionary society of the Free Methodist church met Wednesday evening for their reg ular meeting. Miles Dearth visited his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Homer Dearth re cently. Mrs. Dearth has been in fail ing health. Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Stephens, son James, were in Columbus Wednes day, on business. Visitors at the home of Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Horton recently wore Mr. and Mrs. Lester Swearington and grandson of North Canton, Mr. and Mrs. K. R. Rucker and son, Chester and grandson Garry, of Newark, Mrs. Edna Nichols and Mrs. Grace Rownd of Columbus, Miss Edna Reed and Thomas John of Cleveland. Earl Welker and L. A. Wheatley, teachers in the Cuyahoga Falls school, spent the weekend at the latter’s home here. John and Charles Fisher of Woods field visited recently with relatives in this community. Mr. and Mrs. James Stephen, son Ronnie, visited the weekend with her sister, Mr. and Mrs. Carlos Meek YOUR MUST and son, Duane, of Duncan Falls. Miss Leathia M. Havenor, student at Ohio State, Columus, is spending the spring vacation with her par ents here. Rev. W. E. Pete rs, pastor of the local Methodist church, announces that prayer meeting will be beld Thursday evening at 7:30 o’clock. Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Stephen were in Woodsfield on business one day the past week. Mrs. Edna Nuchols and Mrs. Grace Rownd of Columbus visited friends here the past week. Notice of Appointment Estate of Roy E. Ball, Deceased. Notice is hereby given that May E Ball, of South Olive, Ohio, has been duly appointed Administratrix of the Estate of Roy E Ball, deceased, late of Dexter City, Noble Countv. Ohio. Creditors are required to file their claims with said fiduciary within four months or be forever barred. Dated this 4th dav of March, 1946. OTTO POLING. Probate Judge of said Countv. 34 35 36 ATTACHMENT JACK ANGLIN. Plaintiff WILLIS WOOLFE. Defendant. Before Owen McCune, Mayor Village of Belle Valley. Noble County, Ohio. On the 11th day of February. 1946. A. D., said Mayor issued an Order of At tachment in the above action, for the sum of Three Hundred and Fifty-five ($355.00) Dollars. Belle Valley, Ohio. 34 35 36c March 1. 1946. SHERIFF’S SALE IN PARTITION The State of Ohio. Noble County Common Pleas Court Case No. 8616 Nathan Lincicome, Plaintiff. William Lincicome, Defendant. Notice is hereby given, that on Saturday, the 13th day of April, A. D. 1946, at the hours of 10:00 o’clock, A. M.f 1 will offer for sale at public auction at the West door of the Court House in Caldwell. Ohio, the following real es tate, situate in the County of Noble and State of Ohio, and in the Township of Jefferson, to-wit: Tract or Fraction No. 1 in the north east quarter and Tract or Fraction No. 2 in the northwest quarter of Section 3. Township 5. of Range 8, containing twenty-five (25) acres more or less, also Tract or Fraction No. 13 in the south east quarter of Section 34, Township 6, of Range 8, containing seven and fifty hundredths (7.50) acres, containing in all above described premises thirty-two and fifty hundredths (32.50) acres, more or less SECOND TRACT Described as fol lows: being Tract or Fraction No. 3 in the northwest quarter and Fraction No. 5 in the northeast quarter of Section 3, Township 5, of Range 8, containing one hundred ten and fifty hundredths (110.50) acres, more or less also Tract or Frac tion No. 4 in the northwest quarter of Section 3, Township 5, of range 8 con taining ten (10) acres, more or less, and in all of this second tract herein de scribed one hundred twenty' and fifty hundredths (120.50» acres, more or less. THIRD TRACT—Described as follows: Tract or Fraction No. 7 in the southeast quarter and Tract or Fraction No. 8 in the southwest quarter of Section 3, Township 5. of Range 8. containing forty (40) acres more or less and in all the lands herein described one hundred and ninety-three (193) acres, more or less, and being all the real estate of which the said Ross Lincicome and Lina Linci come died seized. Appraised at: Tract No. 1 $500.00. Tract No 2 $2,550.00, Tract No. 3 $400 00. Total Value ^5,400 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, cn an order u sale in Partition from the Com io i Fleas Court of Noble County. Ohio, and directed to me, the Given under my hand this 9th day of March, 1946. CLAYTON McKEE. Sheriff Noble Countv, Ohio. Bv HARRY L. MERRITT. D”putv. U. H. BUCKEY, Attorney. 35 to 39 The Grin that Won a War pomt mm vs. toss HEand THE CALDWELL CANVAS PRODUCTS CO. EAST STREET—CALDWELL, OHIO Page Nine IN THE COMMON PLEAS COURT OF NOBLE COUNTY, OHIO Case No. 8626 FLOYD GH.LISPTE, Plaintiff ORA POLSTON, Defendant NOTICE Ora Polston, residing at 2022 West Market, Louisville, Kentucky, will take notice that on .the 4th day of March, 1946, Floyd Gillispie filed his petition in the Common Pleas Court of Noble County, Ohio, in Case No, 8626 against her, praying for partition of the follow ing described real estate: TRACT ONE: The following described real estate, situate in Brookfield Town ship. Noble County, Ohio, to-wit: Tract or fraction number two (2) in the north half of the northwest quarter of Section 16, Township 8. and Range 10, as platted, numbered and returned by the District Assessor of Lands for said Brookfield Township, Noble County, Ohio, for the year 1900, also, about one (1) acre in said township, range and section as fol lows: Beginning at southeast corner stone of land formerly owned by Fred Hall, then running due west 16 rods to the road, then in a northeasterly direc tion along said road about 26 rods to stone, then 20 rods south to place of beginning, containing one (1) acre, said last one (1) tract being same land con veyed by John W Ethell and wife, to Fred Hall, on May 17, 1807, and re corded June 15. 1908, in book 59. Re corder's Office. In all of said lands about twenty-one (21) acres, more or less. TRACT TWO- The following real es tate, situate in Brookfield Township, Noble County, Ohio, and bounded and described as follows: The southeast quarter of the northwest quarter of Sec tion 16. Township 8. and Range 10, in said Noble County, excepting, one fourth of an acre in the southeast cor ner of said southeast quarter, deeded to a school district in which a school house stands, also three-fourths of an acre in the southeast corner of the west half of the northwest quarter of said Section 16. containing forty (40) acres, more or less. Said Ora Polston is required to answer on or before the 27th day of April, 1946. L. YOUNG. Attorney for Plaintiff. 34 35 36 37 38 39 INTRODUCING Helene Curtis COLD WAVES First Time In Caldwell I We Are Equipped To Give You the Following Glam orous Styles: Victoria Her Highness ... The Duchess ... The Empress ... “Serving the People of Noble County Since 1924” Your Beautician Kathryn Dutton Danford Caldwell, Ohio WENT INTO BATTLE with a smile a wise crack ... he took every thing the enemy could throw at him, and suffered in silence when wounded. We can’t let him lose that spirit now. During the endless months of impatient waiting to come home ... or the long weeks of convalescing thoughts may weigh heavily on his mind. We at home helped him keep his chin up. When he’s back, proudly wearing the little gold eagle, emblem of an honorable discharge will that grin fade? W’ili that happy-go-lucky smile change to bitterness? The grin that won a global war can win a private one and the Red Cross is ready to !p wherever need for its counsel and idance exists. Through the long, gruelling years of war the Red Cross reached across the sea and extended a friendly hand to our fight ing forces and those returning home can find in every local chapter the same symbol the same spirit of helpfulness..