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One Annual Basketball Banquet Held Friday MARGUERITE CHAPMAN AKIM WILLIAM RIM TAMIROffQEMARLSLJQHNSON 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. 809—Main Street. Phone No. 98. An Independent Democrat newspaper that goes into the homes of Noble County and covers the Caldwell business zone like the sunshine. RATES OF SUBSCRIPTION (Outside Noble County) Cumberland, May 1—Cumberland’s annual basketball banquet was held last Friday evening in the social rooms of the Presbyterian church with more than 100 in attendance. A sumptuous banquet was served at 7:00 o’clock in an attractive at mosphere of spring flowers and lighted tapers. In keeping with the colors of C. H. S. “Vikings”, the color scheme of black and gold was used, with many bouquets of “yellow buttons” to match. An enjoyable program was pre sented, with Roy F. Dudley, toast master. Numbers were: piano solo, Janice Waller violin solos, Curtis WEDNESDAY THURSDAY MAY 1-2 2—Big Features—2 Kay Francis Bruce Cabot in “DIVORCE” —2nd Swell Feature— Fred Astaire Lucille Bremer “YOLANDA AND THE THIEF” Both Features Shown After 8:28 FRIDAY SATURDAY MAY 3-4 Matinee Saturday 2:00 P. M. CHARLES STARRETT in “OUTLAWS OF THE ROCKIES” News Comedy Cartoon Chapter 10 “JUNGLE QUEEN” SUNDAY MONDAY MAY 5-6 .IMatinee Sunday 2:00 P. M. ya/Rfwr /s The s VIC merriest down-to-mirth comedy! cotu««i» news IREOM«MURRAY TUESDAY, MAY 7 O’ Big Night! Roddy McDowell Preston Foster Rita Johnson in “MY FRIEND FLICKA” ________ In Technico1or WEDNESDAY-THURSDAY MAY 8-9 2—Big Features—2 Ieo Gorcey ami the East Side Kids “COME OUT FIGHTING” —2nd Swell Feature Marsh allunt John Carroll in “A LETTER FOR EVIE” Both Features Shown After 8:20 May 12-13 “INCEN DI ARY BLON DE” May 19-20 “LOVE LETTERS” May 26-27 “CHRISTMAS IN CONNECTICUT’ June 2-3 “SPELLBOUND” June 9-10 “THE STORK CLUB” June 16-17 “THE HARVEY GIRLS” June 23-24 “THE LOST WEEKEND” —Coming Soon— “KITTY” “ADVENTURE TAILOR takes a wife” “ZIEGFELD FOLLIES OF 1946” year 12.00 Eight Months $1.50 (Within Noble County and Radius) One year $1.50 Six Months $ .75 Entered at the post office at Caldwell, Noble County, as second class mail matter under Act of Congress of March 3, 1870 Barnett selection, girls trio, Ruth Dudley, Joan Moore,, and Marjorie Medvetz reading, “Some Little Bug,” Miss Black violin selections, Curtis Barnett piano accompanist, Mrs. Hallie Burns mixed sextet, humorous modern medley, Ruth Dud ley, Joan Moore, Marjorie Medvetz, Delmar West, John Sebanos, and Edward Sharrock, piano accompan ist, Janice Waller brief remarks, a former Viking, Pvt. Dean F. Dudley hoys trio number, Delmar West, John Sebanos, and Edward Shar rock, selection, “Sioux City Sue.” Supt. C. E. Stiltz of Buffalo schools then gave an inspiring ad dress to the honor guests, students, and friends, stressing the reward of playing fair in all athletics, the ben efit of recreation, and the impor tance of same in the life of every boy. Remarks were given by other teachers, David Squire, Supt. Ever ett C. Rogers and Coach Raymond Cenis of Cambridge. Brief remarks by Junior Quarrels, retiring senior Viking, added humor to the very pleasant occasion. John Beckett added brief remarks in appreciation of sports and Rev. Francis Smith pronounced the bene diction. Thus, another memorable banquet ended. Regular Meeting The W. S. C. S. of the Methodist church will meet in regular session Tuesday evening, May 7, at 8:00 o’clock. Entertainment committee is to include Hazel Scott, Helen Scott, NOBLE SATURDAY & SUNDAY MAY 4-5 Matinee Saturday-Sunday 2 P. M. hu CM All America Is losing Its BENDIX BLONDELL ,„lt SILVERS.. JOAN WILLIAM Quilligan May 11-12 “IMITATION OF LIFE” May 18-19 “HOLD THAT BLONDE” May 25-26 “THE CORN IN GREEN” June 1-2 “SPELLBOUND” June 8-9 “MILDRED PIERCE” June 15-16 “THE HARVEY GIRLS” June 22-23 “ON STAGE EVERYBODY” WILLIAM BENDIX and Joan Blondell are appearing in “Don Juan Quilligan”, showing at the Noble theatre on Saturday and Sunday, May 4 5. It’s loaded with laughs from th first howl tp the last kiss. Linnie Dudley, Della Stottsberry, and Eleanore Bell. Personals Mrs. Maurice Newman and family, Mr. and Mrs. Nelson Sutherland of Lorain, Mrs. Paul Zimpher and family of Bexley, visited home folks, Mr. and Mrs. H. K. Crow, last week. Additional guests the weekend were Harold Crow and family of Worth ington. Mr and Mrs. Clay Parson and son, Selwyn of Wallbridge called On J Maude Daniel and sister, Lida With row, Saturday afternoon. The latter recently returned from military ser vice overseas. Mr. and Mrs. II. K. Crow were in Cambridge Monday seeing the lat ter’s sister. Mrs. C. A. Craig who re mains seriously ill. William Dudley, U. S. Navy, Port Columbus spent a weekend leave with friends and home folks here. Pvt. Dean Dudley, U. S. Army, has been home on furlough the past week with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Roy F. Dudley and friends. He has completed basic training at Fort Knox, Ky., and will return to duties at Fort Lawton, Washington this Friday. Pvt. Homer Renker, U. S. Army, Fort Knox, Ky., and Frederick Ran som, U. S. Army, Alabama were re cently transfered to Camp Kilmer, New Jersey. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Dudley and son, Dean, and daughter, Ruth, accom panied by Mrs. Emma Henry and Miss Luetta Sprout spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Cozzens and son, Myron, of Vienna, W. Va. Ralph Weaver, Zanesville called on friends here Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. James Pennell are spending three weeks in Cleveland. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Brewer had as guests Wednesday Mr. and Mrs. David Magill, Zanesville and Howard Fogle of Bowling Green. Mrs Sarah Trott visited her sis ter, Margaret Cronin during the past week. Republican Voters Nominate Carr Davis For Commissioner. Whigville Whigville, May 1—Mrs. John Gu lick spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. J. IL Smith of Summerfield. Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Ward and children of Cumberland and Mrs. Craig Cleary and children spent Notice! FURNITURE RUGS CARPETS LINOLEUM PIANOS RADIO REFRIGERATORS STOVES Gas Coal Oil Wood Electric 40 years in business and 36,000 square feet of floor space enable us to carry an unusually large stock of all items. Bedroom Living Room kitchen Outdoor Rugs Carpets Radios Washers Electric Refrigerators Newaitems are coming in every day. It will pay you to shop our store before you buy. FREE DELIVERY ... ... MONTHLY PAYMENTS NEWLYWEDS NOTICE WE CAN FURNISH 3-ROOM FOR N 0 E E A E Will Open On SATURDAYS AND SUNDAYS Starting MAY 4- 5 WAINWRIGHTS MARIETTA, OHIO zs just a nice drive” $275-00ANDOUTFITS w FREE GIFT with each OUTFJT THE JOURNAL CALDWELL Sunday with Mrs. Gould Ward. Mrs. Nettie Martin spent the week end with Mr. and Mrs. Earl Danford of Caldwell. Gould Ward spent the weekend with his mother. Mrs. Malinda Ward of Dayton, who is critically ill. Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Watson and daughter, Marilyn, spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. James Wyscarver of Batesville. Mrs. Kenneth Guiler spent Tues day with Mrs. Frank Ruby of Cam bridge. Mr. and Mrs. H. D. Cai ter spent Sunday afternoon with his sister, Mrs. Maggie Cooper, of Sarahsville, w ho is seriously ill. Several from here attended the last day of school at Mt. Ephraim, Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Martin spent Wednesday evening with Mr. and Mrs. George Berry. Mr. and Mrs. William Gulick and family spent Saturday with her par ents, Mr. and Mrs. John Glasgow, of Antrim. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Guiler, My ron Guiler, Mrs. William Bates and son, Eddie, spent Sunday evening with Mr. and Mrs. Donald Franklin. EUGENE IL WARD FOR STATE CENTRAL COMMITTEEMAN. Deaths EDNA PARKER Miss Edna Parker, 68, of Keith town, died Monday at 2 p. m. at Memorial hospital, Marietta. She was admitted a week ago after suf fering a heart attack. A daughter of the late Welcome and Rosanne Parker, she is survived bv a brother, Lewis Parker of Keith town, and a sister, Mrs. Minnie Por ter of McConnelsville. The* body was taken to the B. B. Wheeler funeral home in Caldwell where it remained until time of ser vice, Wednesday at 130 p. m. at the Keithtown Methodist church with Rev. Mr. Ramsey of New Concord officiating. Burial was made in the cemetery at Keithtown. ELMIRA PARKER Elmira Parker, 93, died Friday noon at her home in Dexter City following a long illness. She was the daughter of John ami Naria Flanders Parker, pioneers of Noble county when it still was a part of Washington county. She was the youngest and last surviving member of a family of eight children. Surviving are the following nieces and nephews: Martha Haughman of Hayworth. Ill-, Frank Patton of Byesville L. H. Patton of Dexter City Jessie Bortell, of Philadelphia, Pa. and Martha Hurd of Hiron, O. also the following cousins, Mrs. Min nie Stallings, William Tilton of Cambridge, and Q- A. Tilton of Marietta. Funrela services wree held Sun day afternoon at 2 o’clock at the Methodist church in Dexter City with Rev. H. A. Guiler of Caldwell officiating. Burial was made in Dex ter City cemetery in charge of the McVay-Shilling funeral home where the body remained until the hour of services. GEORGE A. LONGFELLOW George A. Longfellow, 61, for many years engaged in the oil busi ness as a driller in the Macksburg field and surrounding communities, died at the family home in Macks burg, Monday at 9:30 a. m„ follow ing an extended illness. Mr. Longfellow was a son of Ihe late Albert and Rebecca Kiles Long fellow, and was born at Macksburg where he spent the greater part of his life. Surviving are his widow, Mrs. Eva Dennis Longfellow, and several chil dren, four of whom are: Geraldine Longfellow of the home, Mrs. Earl Miller of Macksburg, Mrs. Paul Sull ivan of Cambridge, and Mrs. G. M. Ollum of Clarington. Funeral services were held from the family home in Macksburg, Wednesday at 1:30 p. m., with Rev. C. W. Cartwright of Fairview’, of ficiating. Burial was made in the cemetery at Lewisville with the McVay-Shilling funeral home of Dexter City, in charge of arrange ments. (LARA BLACKBURN Clara Blackburn, 54, wife of Her bert Blackburn, died Monday at 1 p. m. at her home in Brookfield township following five months ill ness. Mrs. Blackburn was a member of the Renrock Methodist church and of the Renrock grange. Surviving in addition to her hus band are two daughters, Mrs. Freda BEAT IT GANG! THIS PLACE IS LOADED WITH PESTROY TBADK MARK 1116 U FAT OFF. FOR FARMS, FOR INDUSTRY FOR COMMERCIAL USERS OHIO BUY ECONOMICAL PESTROY READY ONE QUART COSTS $1.49 «,i TO us‘ MU WITH WATER TO GETS QUARTS 5% DDT SOLUTION THE WM. HILL STORE “Since the Turn of a Century” CALDWELL, OHIO MARGUERITE CHAPMAN is starred with Fred MacMurray in “Pardon My Past,” showing at the Roxy on Sunday and Monday, May 5-6. It’s the promise of a rare good time in this merry dpwn to mirth comedy. B. Ziler, and Mrs. Edith B. Hedge, and a son, Robert Blackburn, all of Brookfield township in Noble coun ty four sisters, Mrs. Mary Hunter and Mrs. Blanche Thorla, both of Blue Rock Mrs. Maude Onstott, of Denver, Colo., and Mrs. Sadie Star rett of Duncan Falls, and six grand children. Funeral services are incomplete pending word from the sister in Denver, but the rites will be held at the Renrock Methodist church with burial in Cumberland cemetery. The body was returned to the home Tuesday from the Tom funeral home here. ELVIRA BRILL Last rites for Mrs. Elvira Brill, 84, near Sales, who died Wed nesday at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Leslie Smith, of Akron, was conducted Friday at 2 p. m. at the Eberle funeral home, Quaker City, by Rev. Ralph Yarnell. Internment was made in the U. B. cemetery, near Salesville. Mrs. Brill was the Salesville U. B. church’s oldest mem ber. Born on September 16, 1861, near Salesville, Mrs. Brill was a life long resident of the Salesvile community. One daughter, Mrs. Smith, and one son, John, Columbus, survive. Iler husband, Wilson Brill, died May 18, 1943. ISAAC EAGON Isaac G. Eagon, 85, formerly of Mt. Zion community northwest of Quaker City, died Wednesday at 1:30 p. m. at his home near Dela ware where he had resided the past 13 years. Following funeral services Friday at the home of his son, Willis, near Delaware, the body was taken to the Eberle funreal home, Quaker City, where it remained un til time for final rites at 2 p. m. Saturday at the Mt. Zion Advent 50c MENNEN’S ANTISEPTIC BABY 43cOIL Lb. HORLICK’S MALTED MILK 7Ac CASTORIA LAXATIVE 19c DEXTRI MALTOSE ALL NUMBERS 63c 25c AND BABY TALCUM 21c Christian church. Rev. W. A. Snyder conducted the services and was made in the church cemetery. Mr. Eagon moved to the arm near Delaware from the Quaker community. He was born in i o county on September 10, i860a son of John and Caroline Triplett Lag and was married on October «, to Ruannah C. Parry, who survives. He was a member of the Mt. Z.on A. C. church and was active in the church for many years. Surviving in addition to his NOMINATE FOR STATE REPRESENTATIVE May 7 Primary YOUR LARGE SIZE ARCHIE R. MORRISON ELK TOWNSHIP CANDIDATE FOR State Treasurer Democratic Primary, May 7, 1946 FRED H. HILLIARD WOODSFIELD, OHIO Now Serving As Monroe County Treasurer. AMERICA’S NUMBER-ONE PERSONAGE your baby! it in the Spotlight. You can help to keep it shining brightly by guarding your Baby's Health. During NATIONAL BABY WEEK we are featuring special values. Buy MEAD’S PABLUM 8-OZ. SIZE HYGEIA BOTTLES 50e SIZE Thursday, May 2, 1946 are eight children, Ross M., of War n Willis D. and Herbert C. near Dd'awLeslie W. of Akron, Chai i of Steubenville, Mrs. Elmer n Glenn Layman, near and Mrs. Gale Cor of McConnelsville 20 grand 10 great-grandchildren, ter, Mrs. Luella Twyford, Cline and Mr Quaker children and one of Parkersburg, W. Na. Vote for OTIS D. 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