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-1 HOME DEMONSTRATION NEWS 1 7 ■iltecreek meeting was held on refinishing iKniture in the Willscreek comniun |Bon Thursday, March 28, at the ^■e of Mrs. Edna McVicker. The Iflui was removed from one piece '■Furniture. It was a wild cherry wind with a marble top the stand elonged to Mrs. McVicker. Two -pplieations were given the stand «nd the owner plans to apply at east four more coats of wax. Since his was all the furniture brought to lis meeting, it was possible to com lete the refinishing work in this immunity at this one meeting. At noon a delicious covered dish inner was served and was enjoyed y all present. Those attending ere Mildred Day, Flo Smith, Bcr ce Clark, Cora Danford, Mary jodhart, Edna McVicker and Vivian cVicker. Batesville finoftheir elve homemakers from the iville community met at the 1 house for their final meeting refinishing furniture. Three furniture were brought to meeting. At noon a delicious luncheon was served by the cooks school cafeteria. Those attending were Edna Gib son, Louisa Flood, Helen Douglass, Pearl House, Ellen Denius, Irene Betts, Juanita Shamhart, Mabel Starr, Merle Flood, Anna Douglass, Edythe Basford, Olive Denius and Margaret T. Donohoo, home demon stration agent, who conducted the meeting. Achievement Day Plans At the February meeting of the wme demonstration council, it was lecided by the councilors that Achievement Day would be held this ■all instead of the usual spring meeting. Since this is really an chievement meeting and since the tnajor project for this winter has been the refinishing of furniture, many more homemakers will have a chance to do more refinishing furni ture. So, we shall be looking for ward to seeing you at achievement day this fall rather than this spring. Attends Meeting Mrs. Leota Robinson, chairman of the home demonstration council of Noble county, and Mrs. Margaret T. Donohoo, met with other home agents and home councillors from Harrison, Jefferson, Washington, Belmont and Guernsey counties to make plans for the district meeting of present and past home demon stration councillors. The Noble ounty home demonstration council s are hostesses to this group. This nt is scheduled to take place on inesday, May 22. The Women’s de of the Methodist church will /e the lunch. Approximately 130 pie are expected to attend this sting. ee Forks he homemakers of the Three ks community organized into an jension club and made plans to st the fourth Thursday of each fARBOLA-DDT INMCT-KILUNO ANO OfAM-KIUJNG WHITI POWDER PAINT ON'T LET THOSE CHICKS DIEI is the time to paint end disinfect your '*ltry houses, before you put in chicks for the in, using the old reliable Girbola, which roys disease germs such as diphtheria, roup, lets, that take so many chicks in untreated ydersand poultry houses. Simply mix Carbola in water and brush or spray on walls and er surfaces. 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Maximum, economical results assured by feeding a COMPLETELY BALANCED RATION containing newly-discovered M-V (Methio-Vite). MASTER MIX CHICK STARTER A Properly Balanced, Dependable Ration Fortified with M-V. ASK ABOUT OUR MASTER MIX CHICK RAISING PROGRAM BUFFALO MILL Phone Pleasant City 43 3 BUFFALO, OHIO month. The following officers were elected: chairman, Mrs. Esther Gar vin vice chairman, Mrs. Grace Rad cliff secretary-treasurer, Miss Clar ice Boney. The name of the club de cided upon was the “Jolly House wives club.” The first meeting of this group will be held at the home of Mrs. Grace Radcliff on Thurs day afternoon, April 25 at 1:30 p.m. A demonstration on making bound buttonholes, welt pockets and neck facings will be given by the home demonstration agent. Material for further meetings will be sent out from the office as requested and will be presented to the group by leaders from the group. The Home. Demon stration Agent will continue to con duct the regular project meetings in this group during the time when adult work is being carried on. Sutrar Saving Desserts Two meetings on sugar saving desserts were held, one at Carlisle and the other in the Three Forks community. The meetings in the Three Forks commuity was held at the home of Mrs. Frank Radcliffe. A demonstra tion was given on the preparation of molasses dumplings and spicy fruit bars. In addition to the results of the demonstration, ice cream, coffee and tea were served by Mrs. Rad cliff. Those present were: Maxine Mc Farland, Edna Brown, Edna Boney, Marguerite Dutton, Hallie M. Hughes, Martha Reed, Ina Boney, Carrie Reed, Nora King, Sara King, Thelma King, Margaret Ogle, Guila Garvin, Edna Garvin, Edna Boyd, Ruth Sealock, Fay Tilton, Clarice Boney, Naomi Wells, Helen Lewis, Esther Garvin, Chloe Pierce and the hostess, Mrs. Radcliff. The meeting on sugar saving des serts in the Carlisle community was held at the home of Mrs. Winifred Rucker on Wedneday evening, March 27. Molasses dumplings and spicy fruit bars were prepared and served at this meeting. Those present were: Mabel Hesson, Anita Crum, Kath leen Hesson, Ida Dimmerling, Marie Dimmerling, Ruby Leasure, Audrey Sorg, Belle Spence, Eva Schell, Chloe Pierce, Marie Sorg, Katherine Warner, Bernice Crum, Clara Mal lett, Emma Leasure, Geitrude Kuhn, Anna Schell, Winfred Rucker and Margaret T. Donohoo who conducted the demonstration. Meetings Scheduled Mt. Ephraim—A combined meet ing on sugar saving de’serts and re finish'ng furniture will he held at the school house at Mt. Ephraim on Tuesday, Anril 9. The sugar saving desserts meeting will be in the fore noon refinishing furniture in the afternoon. Fore’t Grove—The final meeting on refinishing furniture will be held at the home of Mrs. Calvin Menden hall for the homemakers in the For est Grove community on Wednesday, April 10. Carlisle—The first meeting on re finishing furniture w 11 be held at the Grange Hall on Thursday, April 11, at 10:30 a. m. This will be an all day meeting with a covered dish din ner being served at noon. Busy Season Abe°d Means More F«rm Accidents An appeal was vaL tod^v hv Parrv I T*nntin”«, d’rectnr of the Chio Farm Bureau, to far mers who are entering the busv plowin" and nl°ntin" season to be especially careful around machinery. Faeh year th° cnr'lnc’° operation of power machinery takes an as tounding toll of lives, ha said. He listed the following precautionary measures: When attempting to repair or ad just a piece of equipment, he sure it is not running. Don’t go to sleep on the job—if you intend to onerate the equipment some other time. Keep your mind on what you are doing. Sometimes a distraction will cause injury or death. Avoid filling the tractor with gasoline while the motor is runrrng. A spark may keep you from doing it again. Don’t take chances by driving the tractor without lights at dusk or at night. Keep the tractor and equipment a safe distance away from open ditches and ravines. Deaths THE RUTH ELEANOR POWELL Mrs. Ruth Eleanor Powell, 82, died last Thursday afternoon at the home of her son, William E. Powell, of Barnesville. She had been ill for several months. The deceased was born at Batesville, Noble county, on November 25, 1863, a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Finley. Surviving are her husband, David Henry Powell one daughter, Mrs. Clinton Bollinger, of Power, W. Va. and one son, William E. Powell, of Barnesville. Also surviving are four grandchildren and six great-grand children, one sister, Mrs. C. J. Hunt, of Bethesda, and one brother, Leo Finley, of Salesville. Services were held from the Camp bell funeral home, Barnesville, Sat urday afternoon at 2 o’clock, with Rev. Virgil C. Jump officiating. Burial was made in Ebenezer ceme tery. ANNA McNl’TT Funeral services for Mrs. Anna McNutt, widow of the late Elmer McNutt, former well known Caldwell residents, was held last Friday afternoon at 2:30 o’clock in Kirkers ville, followed by burial there. Her hushand died ten years ago. Mrs. McNutt died at the hospital in lodi, where she had been making her home with her daughter, Mrs. Harold Harrington. Mrs. McNutt was a native of Mor gan county, the daughter of John and Sarah McDonald. The McNutts left Caldwell 29 years ago and had resided in Kirkersville until the death of Mr. McNutt. Relatives from Renrock who at tended the funeral were: Mr. and Mrs. Don McNutt, Mrs. Iva Kuntz, and Mrs. Louis Hall. HOMER .1. CROW Funeral services for Homer J. Crow, 70. of near Cumberland, were held at 11 a. m. Tuesday at the resi dence, with Rev. F. M. Wingate, officiating. Burial was made in the Cumberland cemetery, Tom funeral home in charge. Mr. Crow passed away Saturday morning Pt his home following a lin gering illness of complications. The deceased was a prominent farmer and was horn and reared on the farm where he died. He was a member of the Cumberland Presby terian church. Surviving are his widow, Erma a son, George Crow, of the U. S. Coast Cuard at Boston a daughter-in-law, Virginia Crow, and a brother, Harry Crow, of Cumberland. ARTHUR DOBBINS Arthur Dobbins, 79, died Sunday at 6:30 p. m. at the home of his daughter, Mrs. O. L. Jordan, of Coal Run, following an illness. Funeral services were held Wed nesday at the Spies funeral home in I owell and interment was made in Good Hope cemetery, near Macks burg. Mr. Dobbins was bom Oct. 20, 1866, in Washington county, the son of the late Nathan and Mahala Mer ritt Dobbins. His wife, Mrs. Lillie King Dobbins, whom he married in 1897, died nine years ago. Survivors are one son, H. A. Dob bins/ of Macksburg, and two daugh ters, Mrs. L. O. Burkhart, of Mari etta, and Mrs. O. L. Jordan, of Coal Run. There are seven grandchildren. MRS. CHARLES WILSON Relatives and friends in Noble county have been notified of the death of Mrs. Charles Wilson, 66, hich occurred at 6:00 p. m. last Wednesday at her home in Anita, Ohio, following a decline in health. Mrs. Wilson was the former Em o a Mae Reed, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Reed, of Renrock. She was married on Sept. 1, 1903, and moved to a farm in Anita. She then went into the restaurant business. Survivors are her husband, a daughter, Mrs. Ila Mae Dull", of 1 ong Beach, Calif. a son, Emmett R. Wilson, of Anita, and a grandson. Sisters and brothers are: Mrs. Don ald McNutt and Mrs. William Ross, of Cumberland Mrs. W. H. Oakes, of Atlantic City, N. J- Mrs. R. H. Wi son, of Anita and the brother, Omar Keed, of Cumberland. Sharon. Anril 3—Faculty mem bers. basketball players and cheer leaders of the Sharon-Forest Grove high school enjoyed a banquet at the Presbvterian church, Thursday evening, served by members of the Ladies Aid of the church. Cash Marquis of Canton spent the weekend with his daughter, Mrs. Jnbn b'mtz. and other relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Waldron of Colum bus snent the weekend with her sis ter. Mrs. Nancy Brotton. Charles Boyd, who is employed in Canton visited a few days with his narents, Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Boyd. Mr. Boyd is improving from a se vere attack of heart trouble. Miss Leota Winder, Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Marquis and Herbert Steen were Zanesvi’le visitors, Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. John Kuntz visited with Mr. and Mrs. Robert Boyd at Zanesville, Sunday. Mrs. Lillian Jordan of South Olive called on Mrs. Ruth Crouch, Sunday. Mrs. I^elia Landaker is visiting Mr. and Mis. A. R. Parrish at Be lington. W. Va. Denzil Johnson of near Caldwell was calling on friends here Saturday. Wilbur McKee of near Reiners ville spent the weekend with his USE 666 COLD PREPARATIONS Liquid. Tablets. Salve. None Drops Caution use only ns directed. JOURNAL. CALDWELL. OHIO grandmother, Mrs. Myrtle McKee. Miss Opal Huston of Columbus is visiting with Mrs. Myrtle McKee. Byron Steen spent the weekend with friends in Canton. Mr. and Mrs. John Garvin visited her parents, Mr. and Mrs. McMan nis near Beverly, Sunday. Dean Ralph of Columbus was call ing on relatives and friends, Monday. Mrs. Marie Morrison and daugh ter, Carolyn, were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Wiley, Sunday. Mrs. Helen Cartell of Hiramsburg visited her parents, Mr. and Mrs. O. B. Caldwell, last week. Mr. and Mrs. John Haga and Mrs. Ocie White and son, Gene, attended a party, honoring Mr. and Mrs. Marshall Spear near Rich Valley Wednesday evening. Photo Developing—Gillespie’s Drugs. Florence Florence, April 3—Mr. and Mrs. Carl Elliott have returned to Geor gia for a few weeks, where Mr. El liott has several business interests. They purchased the John Kavula property here and have established temporary residence here. Mr. El liott is in the lumber business and has several mills in Georgia. Josephine Malissa of Dayton is spending several days visiting with her mother, Mrs. Sophia Mal ssa. Y3/c John Bober has returned to Chicago, Ill., where he is stationed after spending a 15 day furlough with his mother, Mrs. Anna Bober. Mr. and Mrs. Martin Farkas of Cleveland were recent visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Andy Safigan and family. Michael Malissa has returned to Rochester, N. Y., where he is em ployed after spending several months visiting here. Joseph and Andrew Kovach of Cleveland are visiting here with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Kovach. John Chicwak, Mr. and Mrs. George Chicwak and son, James, all of Cleveland were visiting here with their parents recently. Pvt. Paul Minyo, has returned to Scott Field, Ill., after spending a ten day furlough with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Minyo. Mrs. Andrew Stasko and daughter, Bonnie, visited her husband Sunday at the St. Francis hospital. Andy is confined there due to an accident while working in the Belle Valley tipple. Nick Duffallo of Canton spent the weekend with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Duffallo Sr., They visited their son, John, jr., Saturday at the St. Francis hospital, and report his condition slightly improved. Mr. and Mrs. Mike Satonick of Galion visited last week with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Satonick. Announcing the birth of a daugh ter, are Mr. and Mrs. Charles Ar nold of Cincinnati she is the former Helen Sarley. Visiting her several weeks ago were Mrs. Valentine Sar ley, Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Evans and son, Terry. The infant has been named Julia Ann. Mr. Michael Cisar of Canton spent the weekend with his wife Mrs. Cisar and daughter, Mary Ann. Kepnonshurg Kennonsburg, April 10—Oliver Wells was a business caller in Wheeling Friday. Mrs. Ella Parks visited Mrs. Au drey Long one day last week. Miss Countess Ankrom was call ing on Mrs. Emma Massie Monday. Mr. and Mrs. II. C. Kefauver of Cuyahoga Falls were weekend guests of Mrs. Jennie King and Mr. and Mrs. U. J. Massie. Bearl Harding of Batesville, Vic tor Harding and Red Wells of Can ton were visiting Mrs. Mary Ann Harding and sons, George and Hayes, Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond House and daughter, Mary Belle, were visiting Mrs. Jane House and son, Bert, Sun day. Mr. and Mrs. Glen Denius of Col umbus spent the weekend here. Mr. and Mrs. Homer Rich are visiting Mr. and Mrs. Ellis Long. Mr. and Mrs. Dempsey Moore of Cambridge spent Sunday afternoon with Mr. and Mrs. Ures Massie. Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Parks enter tained the rook club at their home Thursday evening. Those present were Mrs. Jennie King, Mrs. Ures Massie, Henry Hague, Mr. and Mrs. Ellis Long, daughter, Melba, and Mr. and Mrs. Bob Wyscarver and children. Mrs. Cora Bates and brother, Ankrom of Cambridge were visiting Mr. and Mrs. I. M. Danford Satur day Sunday. Mrs. Freda Lashley, Mr. and Mrs. Junior Lashley, Mr. and Mrs. Wil liam Rich and children were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Meighen of Salesville Sunday. Miss Lois Thompson of Canton was visiting her sister, Mrs. William Lashley and family last week. in the absence of our pastor, Rev. Gaugler, Rev. Herbert Guiler of Caldwell delivered the Gospel mes sage here Sunday evening to an ap preciative audience. Rev. and Mrs. Guiler also sang a beautiful hymn with Miss Alice Guiler playing the piano. Rev. Guiler and family are cordially invited to attend services here again. Worship services at 7:30 p. m. every other Sunday even ing. Farmers Ask Continued Price Control To Prevent Inflation Farm members of Ohio .Farm Bureau Advisory Councils went on record today as being opposed to any relaxation of price ceilings in an effort to prevent any further steps toward inflation. In March meetings of these farm groups over the state, the subject of infla tion was discussed more than 200 times when the majority of these farmers voiced opposition to releas ing price controls, according to Harry W. Culbreth, organization rector of the Ohio Farm Bureau. “Farm prices, especially egg prices, are a big worry to the farmer. He believes that prices are coming down too much in proportion to other prices”, Culbreth said. “Re cords show that many farmers be lieve that since parity prices and restrictions have not been too satis factory, they would like to give par ity income a chance. “Generally, farmers want to be fair about the price situation. Of course, if any one group is favored by price increases for their products, farmers feel they deserve the same treament. They know that if the price line is once broken, they stand to suffer as much as any other group—maybe more—from runaway inflation.” Most Council members agree that full employment and full production are necessary to get the people pro perly fed and hold the price line. They believe that any surpluses in the future can be absorbed by new markets. They favor cooperative marketing of their products as a solution to widening the margin be tween cost of production and mar keting price. Third Farm Safety Week Announced for July 12 The third annual National Farm Safety Week will be observed July 21-27, the National Safety Council announced today. For the third consecutive year, the Council will have the coopera tion of the U. S. Department of Agriculture, the National Grange, the National 4-H Club, the Ameri can Farm Bureau Federation, the Future Farmers of America and other national farm groups. Maynard H. Coe, director of the Council’s farm division said that cooperation of all farm publications and the rural press would be sought in publicizing safety. Mr. Coe emphazised that the week’s program served to make farm families conscious of year round safety. Although total U. S. population increased 47,000,000 from 1910 to 1945, farm population decreased al most 7,000,000 in that period. Notice of Appointment Estate of Sarah Brown, Deceased. Notice is hereby given that John Parks, of Caldwell. Ohio, has been duly appointed Administrator qr the estate of So. ah Brown, deceased, late of Sharon Township, Noble County, Ohio. Creditors are required to file their claims with said fiduciary within four months or be forever barred. Dated this 26th day of March, 1946. OTTO POLING. Probate Judge of said County. 37 38 39 Notice of Appointment Estate of Robert I*. Guiler, Deceased. Notice is hereby given that Jacob K. Guiler, of Summerfield. Ohio, has been duly appointed Executor of the Estate of Robert P. Guiler, deceased, late of Sum merfield, Noble County, Ohio. Creditors are required to file their claims with said fiduciary within four months or be forever barred. Dated this 22nd day of March, 1948. OTTO POLING. Probate Judge of said County. 37 38 39 RHEUMATISM Sufferers! Try Reiner’s Rinol! Quick comforting relief from pains or rheumatism, arthritis, neuritis, lumbago, FREE BOOKLET. Ask for Reiner’s Rinol, $1.50 (4 bottles for $5.00.) HATTIE VANFLEET, Agent Phone 346 21—Caldwell, Ohio 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 IN THE COMMON PLEAS COURT OF NOBLE COUNTY, OHIO Case No. 8620 FLOYD GILLISPIE. Plaintiff vs. ORA POLSTON. Defendant NOTICE Ora Polston, residing at 2022 West Market, Louisville, Kentucky, will take notice that on the 4th day of March. 1940, Floyd Gillispie tiled 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 IN THE COMMON PLEAS COURT OF NOBLE COUNTY, OHIO Case No. 8627 MARYBELLE CONN, Plaintiff vs. MACK CONN. Defendant. Mack Conn. residing at Accoville. West Virginia, is hereby notified that Marybelle Conn has filed her petition against him for divorce in Case No. 8627 of the Common Pleas Court of Noble County. Ohio, on the grounds of Gross Neglect of Duty and Extreme Cruelty and that said cause will be for hearing on or after the 19th day of April. 1946 Attorney for Plaintiff. 34 35 36 37 38 39 IN THE COMMON PLEAS COURT OF NOBLE COUNTY, OHIO Case No. 8628 JOHN McFERREN, Plaintiff vs. RETA McFERREN. Defendant Reta McFerren, residing at 890',i Har rison Avenue. Boston, Mass., is hereby notified that John McFerren has filed his petition against her for divorce in Case No. 8628 of the Common Pleas Court of Noble County. Ohio, on the grounds of Gross Negiect of Duty and that said cause will be for hearing on or after the 19th day of April. 1946. L. C. YOUNG. Attorney for Plaintiff, 34 35 36 37 38 39 NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR A CONTRACT MOTOR CARRIER PERMIT Public notice is hereby given that Ralph V. Gibbs has filed with the Public Utilities Commission of Ohio an applica tion for a Contract Motor Carrier Permit to transport property for the following persons, firms or corporations: THE AVA BRICK COMPANY, AVA. OHIO, using the following equipment: 1»Tori Chevrolet Truck. Interested pai ties may obtain further information as to said application by addressing the Public Utilities Commis sion of Ohio. Columbus. Ohio. RALPH V. GIBBS, Ava, Ohio. 38 39 40 IK! YF MIXES AND THINS WITH WATER DRIES IN ONE HOUR NO OBJECTIONABLE ODOR EASY TO APPLY WASHABLE Thursday, April 11, 1946 SHERIFFS SALE IN PARTITION The State of Ohio, Noble County Common Pleas Court Case No. 8616 Nathan Lincicome, Plaintiff. vs. 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., 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: T”act 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 tlie 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 $2,500.00. Tract No. 3 $400 00, Total Value $3,400.00. 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, on an order of sale in Partition from the Common Pleas Court County. Ohio, and directed undersigned Sheriff. of Noble to me, the 9th day of TERMS OF SALE: CASH Given under my hand this March, 1946. CLAYTON McKEE, Sheriff Noble County, Ohio. U. 35 L. C. YOUNG. By HARRY L. MERRITT, Deputy. H. BUCKEY. Attorney. to 39 Notice of Appointment Estate of Marion Pepper, Deceased. Notice is hereby given that Carson W. Pepper, of 1407 Dorsett Rd., South Eu c'*h 21. Ohio, has been duly appointed administrator of the Estate of Marion Pepper, deceased, late of Summerfield. Noble County, Ohio. Creditors are reouired to file their claims with said fiduciary within four nr He frrev"r barred Dated this 25th day of March, 1946. OTTO POLING. Probate Judge of said County. 37 38 39 Notice of Appointment Estate of Emma Harris, Deceased. Notice is hereby given that H. M. W^lls, of Caldwell, Ohio, has been duly appointed Administrator of the Estate of Emma Harris, deceased, late of Caldwell. ^ountv. Ohio. Creditors are required to file their claims with said fiduciary within four months or be forever barred. Dated this 29th day of March, 1948. OTTO POLING. Probate Judge of said County. 38 39 40 IN THE PROBATE COURT OF NOBLE COUNTY, OHIO In Re Estate of C. E. Mlsel, a Person Presumed to be Dead. Notice is hereby given to C. E. Mlsel a presumed decedent that he is required, alive, to produce in said Probate Court of Noble County, Ohio, satisfac tory evidence of his continuance in life within twelve weeks from April 25, 1946. the late of the last publication of this notice. OTTO POLING. Judge and Ex-Officio Clerk. 38 39 40 41 FLAT WALL FINISH COVERS IN ONE COAT *—F" I gallon *MADE BY THE MAKERS OF fNU-ENAMEL V NO BRUSH MARKS CLARK & BARNETT Caldwell, Ohio will completely cover an average room.