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Thursday, April 18, 1946
COURTHOUSE HAPPENINGS Probate Court Summons returned and filed in the land sale of Norval Robey, admini strator of L. V. Glover against Maud Glover, et al. Testimony of G. A. Horton and J. Oliver Carpenter, witnesses o Will of G. F. Horton, taken and filed. Will admitted to probate and record. Certificate to transfer real estate issued. Testimony of G. A. Horton wit ness to codicil of will of T. R. Wil son, taken and filed. Order of private sale issued in the estate of A. R. Jennings. Bond approved and letters of test amentary issued to Bob M. Spriggs in the estate of Ethel Spriggs Tal bot. Hearing April 13 for appointment of guardian of Michael G. Macenko. Authority to tranfer certificate of title of Motor Vehicle issued in the estate of F. J. Noll. Order of public sale issued in the jMMMI II liStMkijfeaMK IIII [HifTI" Il SERVICE CARS AND TRUCKS REPAIRS MAINTENANCE LUBRICATION We Service All Makes BARNHOUSE CHEVROLET CO. Phone 261—Caldwell, O. «.ra 5 HU€HAM£L STAB estate of William H. Estadt, admr., of Mary Chlestala against Susie Alexio, et al'. Inventory and appraisement filed in the estate of Emma Harris. Affidavit in lieu of schedule of claims, filed in the estate of Viola Wharff. Report of sale returned and filed in the action of L. C. Young, admr., of Viola Wharff against Arthur Wharff, et al. Hearing held April 17 in the guardianship of Paradine Rich. First and final account of George Addlesburger, guardian of Stephen C. Forshey, filed, for hearing, May 30. Inventory and appraisement filed in the estate of H. S. Shriver and Amelia Crum. Real Estate Transfers William T. Glidden to Martha, Cain, Caldwell, lots 9 and 16. Emmett Pyles et al to Irvin Boney, Sharon township, 116.75 acres. George F. Horton, deceased, to Emily O. Havenor, Marion township, 14 acres. James and Clara Gessel to Hubert and Irene Linger, Jackson township, 36.75 acres. Albert and Ella Finney to Guy and Gladys V. Moore, Summerfield, 47/100. Peter and Bertha Mugrage to Se bastian and Freda Crock, Olive town ship, 39.97 acres. Martha Cain to T. R. and Rose McCune, Noble township, Belle Val ley, 3.05 and 75/100 acres. Tommie and Juanita Triplett to Rufus and Norma Powell, Beaver township, 70 acres. Irvin H. and Maurine Nichols to Harvey A. and Elva Nichols, Sharon township, 3 acres. William McKipley and Allie Batts to Ethel M. Covert, Maple Heights, lots 8 and 9. Willard and Rosa Lashley to Leon ard and Florence Lowery, Wayne township, lots 10 and 11. Emma Stone to Henry and Losia Johnson. Caldwell, lot 371. John W. and Nellie F. Reed to $5 New Twin Phone $5 FITS ALL TELEPHONES Two people can hear telephone conversation at the same time IT AMPLIFIES THE SOUND An excellent aid for the hard of hearing HEARING AID DIST. Fka. I*. O. Box 4844 Fhila. 24, Fa. Name................................................. Address............................................. City.......................... State............... It’s Worth All It Costs To have funds at hand to meet unforeseen needs or for some special purpose. And no time is better than now to start a savings account to that end. Current Dividend 2% You will enjoy Mutual Federal Service. All Accounts Federally Insured up to $5,000.00. MUTUAL FEDERAL SAVINGS.—IOAN ASSOCIATION i READY MIXED HOUSE PAINT OUTSIDE WHITE OCtNAMU CQWOPA’nON chicaqqmmois u s MUTUAL FEDERAL “Muskingum County’s Oldest” Savings & Loan Assn. Brown Granite Front 14 South Fifth St ZANESVILLE, OHIO HUEHAMEL READ/ M/XED H0U5E PAINT $3.45 QUALITY PAINT tASY TO APPLY BEAUTIFUL ••'DURABLE CLARK & BARNETT Caldwell, Ohio if jl. I I I:. .... Above is the architect’s drawing of a proposed new Presbyterian church at Senecaville. The old The drive to raise funds for the rebuilding of the church was launched Monday night, with a stirring address by Robert T. Secrest, native of that com munity and probably its most illustrious citizen. The new building, expected to cost $40,000 was designed by Ralph Orr, Columbus architect after the Bethlehem Lutheran church in Columbus, with some modifications to fit the particular need. John and Ardith Mendenhall, Center township, 176.56 acres. J. W. and Cora Mae to Marie Eileen Jeffers Jackson township, 94.47 acres. L. C. Young, administrator of Viola Wharff, to Arthur Wharff, Jackson township, 106 acres. James D. and Zelda Nelson to R. C. Slack, trusteee, Brookfield town ship, 225.32 acres. Florence and Earl Delancey to Alice Mae Pryor, Caldwell, lot 268. George Lothes et al tto Dale J. Lothes, Jackson township, 66.36 acres. Three Deer Seen Near Batesville vicinity this spring were seen Satur day between 4:30 and 5:00 p. m., on the John Douglass farm, located on Route 147 about li miles northeast of Batesville. Those who saw them thought there were two does and a buck. A hound dog was chasing them, but the deer cleared a line fence with ease and left the dog far Lchrnd. ENROLLED AT STATE Ohio State University’s record spring student body of which 5000 are returned veterans, includes the following who were not registered for the preceding winter term from Noble county: Caldwell-Vincent T. James, Howard G. Moore and Thelma E. Warner Sarahsville-Donald V. Archer and Reed K. Mellon Summerfield-Car roll C. Craig. Lady’s Stomach Was Like A Gas Factory Meals Turned To Gas One lady said recently that her stomach used to be like a “gas factory!” That is, when she ate a meal it seemed to turn right into gas. She was always bloated, had awful stomach gas pains, daily head aches and constant irregular bowel action. Now, however, this lady says she is FREE of STOMACH GAS and she says the change is due to taking ERB-HET.P. Her meals agree with her. No gas or bloat after eating. Headaches and con stipation are gone. “Oh! what re lief!” states this lady. “Why don’t other gas and constipation sufferers get Erb-Help?” ERB-HELP contains 12 Great Herbs they cleanse bowels, clear gas from stomach, act on sluggish liver and kidneys. Miserable people soon feel different all over. Qo don’t go on suffering! Get ERB-HELP. RALSTON’S PHARMACY, Caldwell. I I THE JOURNAL. CALDWELL. OHIO ................................................................ ... X...... Proposed New Church Building At Senecaville church was destroyed by fire last December. parlor off the nave. The building will be small and Roger Rehard In Rehabilitation Work Roger C. Rchard, principal of the Caldwell high school for several years and now of Shadybend, has taken a position with the state de partment of education as assistant to the supervisor of rehabilitation. Mr. Rehard received his release Feb. 15, after serving with the 37th division as field director for the National Red Cross. Mr. Rehard and family lived in Caldwell for a number of years and will be remembered by a wide circle of friends. During the war he served tempo rarily in Australia, Guadalcanal and New Georgia before joining the fam ous 37th Division. On Feb 19, 1945 he received a mortar wound and a few days later another from a sniper bullet. He wears the Purple Heart, Bronze Star and has been recommended for the Silver Star. In the first World War, Mr. Re hard served with the 84h Division, 327th F. A. in France. REPAIRING BUILDING Owen Pickenpaugh, who recently purchased the Frank Gibson build ing adjoining the C. E. Kirchner Electrical Appliance shop, is repair ing this former garage. A new floor is being laid and other necessary re pairs made. Pickenpaugh will open a garage there in the near future. He was for merly associated with the Picken paugh Bros., garage on the West Side but sold out his interest there to Ivhn Ziler. BUYS BUILDING It is reported that W. Z. DeVoil, prominent business man iin Beverly for many years, has purchased the F. C. Boeschaar building on West street, opposite the Norval Robey Co. Mr. and Mrs. Boeschaar are now visiting their son in California but will return to Caldwell in May. SALES TAX RECEIPTS Sales tax receipts in Noble county for the week ending March 30 were $762.01 according to the figures re leased by Don Ebright, treasurer of state. Total collected to date in this county amounts to $7,693.01. ARTHRITIS Sufferers! Try Reiner’s Rinol! Quick comforting relief from pains of Rheumatism, Arthritis, Neuritis Lumbago. FREE BOOKLET. Ask for Reiner’s Rinol, $1.50. (4 bottles for $5.00). HATTIE VAN FLEET. Agent Phone Caldwell 316 21 TO THE VOTERS OF NOBLE COUNTY I know that the people of Ohio owe a debt to the Veterans of Ohio that will never be paid in full and if I am nominated and elected as REPRESENTATIVE, I will introduce a Veterans’ Bonus Bill and I feel sure that I can have said bill enacted into law, to partly pay the Veterans, their Widows and Orphans, for the hardships, sacrifices, and suffer ing they underwent to preserve Our Nation. Furthermore, I will support all legislation that is beneficial to the Schools, Roads, Farmers, Laborers, and the Business Men of Noble County as I have done in the past. I hereby assure the Republican voters that I will greatly ap preciate their vote and support on Primary day, May 7. S. M. FRAKES WAYNE TOWNSHIP I k fl The main auditorium will seat 156 persons, with the possibility of seating 50 more by opening the church compact, but of modern design, with adequate facil ities for religious education and church social func tions. Charles Saltsgaver, chairman of the building and finance committee has announced that $25,000 will be needed to begin construction. The church planning committee is headed by James Wood and Uriel Cor win is serving as treasurer of the finance committee. Rev. Dale Sowers is pastor of the church. TO ATTEND CONFERENCE Caldw’ell and Noble county doctors of medicine, along with their profess ional colleagues from all over the state, will celebrate the centennial anniversary of the Ohio State Medi cal Association during the annual three-day meeting to be held in Col umbus, May 7, 8, and 9. PARTITION CASE A partition case has been filed in Common Pleas court by Harrry B. Snyder against Inez Franklin, Sum merfield, O., and Clarence W. Snyder 1022 Arbor Ave., Dayton. W. V. Archer is attorney for the plaintiff. S2®’ ir Keep your precious Hoovei Cleaner going strong with genuine Hoover Service We are the authorized Hoover Service headquarters equipped with special tools and genuine Hoover replace ment parts, expert service Cost is extremely low Service is quick Work guaranteed Estimates furnished Brady’s Radio Shop Phone 11 Caldwell, Ohio ...... -..... 7 Wthe hen Year Extension Of Draft Okehed Washington, April 17—The full one-year draft extension the armed services seek was approved by the senate military committee, today, and five different pay increase pro posals were showered on to the floors of congress. The senate committee, unable to decide upon any particular one, re ported four of them for considera tion by the full senate and tied three of them in with the draft extension itself. A house military subcommittee re commended the fifth, as a bill apart from the draft. In a separate meas- G. R. 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