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Thursday, May 2, 1946
COURTHOUSE
HAPPENINGS
Probate Court
Notice of hearing returned and
filed in the guardianship of Edna
House.
Certificate of transfer of real es
tate issued in the estate of Silas
Willey.
Waiver of notice of filing of in
ventory filed in the estate of H. S.
Shriver.
Schedule of claims of Harden
Everly, administrator, w. w. a., filed
in the estate of Alice Anderson, for
hearing May 9.
Inventory and appraisement filed
in the estate of Lydia Carpenter.
Order of sale returned and filed in
the land sale of Harden Everly, ad
ministrator, w. w. a., of Alice Ander
son vs Howard Anderson, et ak
Bond approved and letters of ad
ministration issued to Margaret M.
Macenko in the guardianship of
Michael G. Macenko.
Order of private sale and report
of sale filed in the guardianship of
J. E. Clark
Real Estate Transfers
Walter Harriman to John and
Madge Morrison, Jefferson township,
3 acres.
Albert and May Williams to Jud
ith C. Masters, South Olive, lot 4.
Mary E. McGinnis to Earl P. Mc
Ginnis, Caldwell, lot 142.
Silas Willey, deceased, to Marian
Craig, et al, Noble township, 105.76
acres.
Clayton McKeee, sheriff, to Will
iam and Goldie Linicome, Jeffferson
township, 160.50 acres, $3,000.
Alexander H. and Margaret A.
Miller to Ralph Miller, Elk township,
68.17 acres.
C. A. and Lottie Dye to Ward
Murrey, et al, Belle Valley, lot 15.
D. B. Horton, deceased, to Nora
Horton Young, Ava, lot 7.
Sherman and Esther Buckey to A.
N. and Blanche Dyer, Ava, lot 7.
Taylor Cunningham to Dick and
Maude Shafer, Olive township, 9.26
acres.
Frank and Etta Bates to Jack
Winkleman, Buffalo township, 230
acres.
Ray and Bernice Reed to Hairy C.
Reed, Olive township, 40 acres
Glen H. and Julia Ann Burk to
Marvin and Rosalie Louise Kraps,
Jackson township.
H. and Ellen Startzman to Nor
bert W. Smith and Francis T. Estadt
Caldwell, part of lot 65.
James and Mary G. Leonard to
George Abner and Margaret Collins,
Sharon township, li acres.
I. M. and Margaret McDonald to
Dwight F. aand Eulalia G. Wiley,
Caldwell, lots 418 and 419.
O. L. and Nettie Mae Darrah to
Myron H. Darrah, Jackson township,
120 acres.
Hattie and Elizabeth Wharff to
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RALSTON’S PHARMACY, Caldwell.
HARRY T.
MARSHALL
Only Republican War
Veteran
CANDIDATE FOR
Attorney
General
Thomas, E. and Louise E. Clark
Caldwell, lot 86.
Howard and Sophia Ball to Walter
Harriman, Jefferson township, 45
acres.
The Cumberland Sales Co.^ Inc., to
J. W. Gee, Brookfield township,
42.87 acres.
Alice Noyes to Leonard and Mae
Gardner. Olive township, 43.38 acres.
Postal Notes at
Local Post Office
Postmaster Thurman Smith. Jr.,
announces that the new postal notes
in denominations up to $10 are now
available at the Caldwell post office.
Any amount from 1 cent up to $10
may be remitted by postal notes,
a 5-cent fee being charged for such
service. A fractional part of a dollar
is cared for by affixing postal note
stamps. No application is necessary
to secure a postal note, however, the
purchaser must fill in the name of
payee on the face, and name of send
er on reverse side of postal note.
The simplicity of the new medium
of exchange will be appreciated by
the public. The fee is only 5c for a
$10 postal note, a comparable fee
for a money order for the same
amount being 11c.
Answer is Useless
If Given Too Late
“Am I my brother’s keeper,” is
not a simple question to answer
when the brother is multiplied into
multitudes scattered across the face
of the earth, but members of the ex
tension staff of Ohio State Univers
ity agree it is easier to answer that
question now than it will be to ans
wer another query, “Was I my
brother’s keeper,” in years to come.
There are self-evident facts in the
present world situation, and those
facts do not unerringly lead to a
single conclusion. The first fact is
that a great number of people will
die of starvation within the next six
months. It is true some people in
those same localities have been
starkly hungry throughout the ages,
and it also is true that the governing
classes in those nations have not
fully exerted themselves to better
conditions for their unfortunate.
A second evident fact is that citi
zens of Ohio never have faced fam
ine and do not expect to be deprived
of necessary quantities of food at
any future foreseen time. There is
food enough to spare in Ohio in 1946
but the will to share it must come
from the people of the state.
Those who share probably should
not expect gratitude for the help ex
tended. It is not evident that any
considerable amount of either grati
tude to or understanding of the
people of the United States was ever
created by any assistance previously
given other nations in time of peace
or of war Individuals and nations
often resent being reminded of past
weakness or poverty.
No person within the United
States or within any other nation
understands all the cross currents of
international social and political pro
blems. It is not necessary to under
stand those problems now. The ques
tion requiring immediate answer is,
“Am I my brother’s keeper.”
Easier To Buy Farm
Than Pay Mortgage
Final payment of a farm mort
gage in the Louisville 1’ ederal Land
bank district of four states, includ
ing Ohio, interests rural economists
at Ohio State University, because
the farm now free from debt had
been lost on mortgage foreclosures
or by forfeiture by every preceding
owner since 1832.
The period of 100 years during
which successive owners of this farm
lost their home and their business
because it would not earn enough
to pay operating expenses, overhead
costs, and the family living has in
cluded bad times and good times.
The economists say the financial his
tory of this particular farm is a
sharp reminder of the need to con
sider any farm investment as a
long-term plan.
These observers of farm financing
believe prices for Ohio farm land
have reached a point which should
be seriously considered by prospec
tive buyers, especially by those vet
erans whose purchase involves a
considerable mortgage indebtedness.
Present land values are partially
based upon current prices for farm
products, but no deed to land carries
any guarantee that the present price
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VOTE FOR
A. Scheffel Herzer
CANDIDATE FOR
State Central Committeeman
REPUBLICAN PRIMARY
May 7, 1946
Thoroughly qualified by 35 years of active Republican
politics to render the service this District needs!
level for crops and livestock will
continue.
Comreition by veterans to buy the
same farm may direct cause for the
future business failure of the one
who outbids the other. The econo
mists say few farms are paid for
in less than 15 years after their pur
chase and that the price paid for
land should be based upon the farm’s
history of productivity and upon av
erage prices for farm products over
a period of 15 to 20 years.
The University economists urge
the veterans w-ho are shopping for
farms to visit the county agricul
tural .agent in the county where the
farm is located. The agent can give
general information about average
land values in the area and also may
have advice about ways of financing
land purchases available to veterans.
Republican Voters Nominate
Carr Davis For Commissioner.
Cut-Speed Zones
To be Established
A state-wide speed-zoning pro
gram to help cut the high traffic
fatality rate on Ohio’s highways was
announced today by State Highway
Director Perry T. Ford.
The department’s Division of
Traffic and Safety is making sur
veys and studies of dangerous road
sections throughout the state, Dir
ector Ford said, and as surveys are
completed, speed zones will be es
tablished.
Two sections of state highways
were speed-zoned within the last
week, Director Ford revealed.
These zones will be maintained un
til dangerous conditions can be
remedied, the director said.
The director has the power, under
Section 6307-21 of the General Code,
to reduce the statutory speed limit
of 50 miles per hour to a “reason
able and safe speed upon any por
tion of a state highway whenever
he has determined by a traffic and
engineering investigation that the
statutory prima facie speed limit of
50 miles per hour is unreasonable or
unsafe for conditions.”
Last week he ordered a section of
State Route 18-57 at and just east
of Mallet Creek, Medina county,
speed zoned. The speed has been re
duced to 35 miles per hour through
the unincorporated village of Mallet
Creek and to 25 miles per hour
around the curve just east of the
community. This curve has been the
scene of several serious traffic acci
dents recently and a study of the
accidents indicated that the principal
cause was speed.
Roadside signs warning motorists
of the reduced speed limits will be
erected, the director said, and traffic
lines and markings will painted on
the pavement to guide drivers.
It is expected that Route 21, from
Caldwell to Belle Valley will come
under this program, due to the great
number of accidents on this portion
of the highway.
In this manner, the speed will be
reduced to 35 miles per hour through
the unincorporated villages of Flo
rence and Maple Heights, a project
that has long been advocated.
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OTIS D. DAVIS
(Known By Many Friends As
“ODE” DAVIS)
CANDIDATE FOR
County
Commissioner
REPUBLICAN TICKET
Primary: May 7, 1946
Highway, Business and
Farm Experience.
Your Influence and Support
Will Be Highly and Fully
Appreciated!
THE JOURNAL CALDWELL OHIO
Kemonsburg
Kennonsburg, May 1—Mr. and
Mrs. Harold Meighen and family of
Salesville, Mr. and Mrs. William
Rich and family, Mr. and Mrs. Will
iam Lashley and son, Mr. and Mrs.
Junior Lashley of Canton, Mr. and
Mrs. Robert Bates and children spent
the weekend and Easter with their
parents, Mr. aand Mrs. Leonard
Lashley.
Jim Hart of W. Va., spent the
weekend with his mother, Mrs.
Emma Hart.
Mr. and Mrs. Ross House, Bates
ville and Mr. and Mrs. Harold House
spent Saturday evening with their
mothsr, Mrs. Jane House, and broth
er, Bert.
Mr. and Mrs. Acie I/awrence and
son, Billie, of Akron spent the week
end with Mr. and Mrs. Ures Massie.
Harold Moore of Akron spent Sat
urday afternoon and Sunday with his
father, H. L. Moore.
Mr. and Mrs. Bill Gregg and son,
Mr. and Mrs. Richard Willing and
children, Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Will
iams and child, and Mr. and Mrs.
Bernard Brumelie spent Easter with
their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Joe
Williams.
Mr. and Mrs. Isaac Danford and
Dewey Ankrom were shopping at
Cambridge Saturday.
D. G. McVicker was at Barnesville
Saturday on business.
I. M. Danford and H. L. Moore
were at Quaker City, Friday.
S. G. Brown of Caldwell was sur
veying some more lots for H. L.
Moore, Saturday.
Russell Magis of Bellaire has al
ready built two cottages and is
building a grocery and filling station
with living quarters on the lot he
bought from H. L. Moore.
D. G. McVicker is building a fine
For Governor
(Vote for not more than one)
THOMAS J. HERBERT
ALBERT EDWARD PAYNE
For Lieutenant Governor
(Vote for not more than one)
PAUL M. HERBERT
FRED J. MILLIGAN
For Secretary of State
(Vote for not more than one)
TED W. BROWN
HERBERT HOOVER
EDWARD J. HUMMEL
For Treasurer of State
(Vote for not more than one)
DON H. EBRIGHT
For Attorney General
(Vote for not more than one)
HARRY T. MARSHALL
For United States Senator
(Full Term)
(Vote for not more than one)
JOHN W. BRICKER
For United States Senator
(Unexpired Term)
(Vote for not more than one)
EMERY S. GREEN
THOMAS S. IRELAND
KINGSLEY A. TAFT
PHILIP E. WARD
DUDLEY WHITE
house on the lot he bought. Lewis
Lamb of Martins Ferry has excav
ated for his cottage on the lot he
bought from H. L. Moore also.
Countess Ankrom has been work
ing a few days for Mrs. John Wys
carver.
Hobert Bates, H. L. Moore and
Mrs. Hazel Williams spent Sunday
evening with Dave McVicker.
Leonard Lashley and son, Junior,
made a business trip to Columbus
Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Marchies of
Bellaire spent a day recently fishing
on the lake. He has bought a lot also
and will build soon.
Miss Wilma Wilson spent the
weekend with her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Blaine Wilson.
Mr. and Mrs. Blaine Wilson at
tended the funeral of his uncle,
I/eonard, of Cambridge Monday.
Mrs. Josie Wells spent Sunday
with her son, Gene, of near Malta.
Lots of fishers Sunday and they
reported very good fishing. One got
20 crappies.
Bert House is painting his house.
Salesville
Salesville, May 1—Mrs. E. M.
Newman and Mrs. Orea Woodward
spent Thursday afternoon at the
home of Miss Vinnie Frame
Bud Roe and Bill Reynolds visited
in Zanesville, Tuesday evening.
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Kehl, Mr. and
Mrs. Sam Long and family, and
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UNOFFICIAL REPUBLICAN PRIMARY BALLOT
For Representative To Congress—
(At-Large)
(Vote for not more than one)
GEORGE H. BENDER
NORMAN A. IMRIE
For Judge of the Supreme Court
(Term Commencing January 1, 1947)
(Vote for not more than one)
CLINTON DeWITT BOYD
For Judge of the Supreme Court
(Term Commencing January 2, 1947)
(Vote for not more than one)
CHARLES S. BELL
?or Representative To Congress
(Vote for not more than one)
P. W. GRIFFITHS
For
George McKimmie visited Sunday
with Mr. and Mrs. Harry Kehl and
son.
The Women’s Society of Christian
Service will hold their next meeting
at the home of Mrs. Frank Davis on
Thursday evening, May 2.
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Mendenhall and
granddaughter, Judith Brill, of Col
umous returned to their home Thurs
day. Mrs. Mendenhall will spend the
summer here.
Lieut. Scott Mendenhall, who has
been stationed at Camp Polk, La.,
is spending some time at his home
here. He is on terminal leave and
will receive his discharge from the
army June 1.
Mr. and Mrs. James Hague and
sons visited Mr. and Mrs. Nathan
Weishar, Pultney Ridge, Easter Sun
day.
Mr. and Mrs. Rodney Stillion and
Charles, Don, Jack, Eileen also Carl
ton Still ion were business shoppers
at Barnesville, Monday.
Miss Countess Ankrom of Ken
nonsburg spent a few days with Mr.
and Mrs. Harold Meighen last week.
Yvonne and Shirley Ient visited
Joanne and Shirley Meighen over
Monday night and Tuesday.
Mrs. Mildred Meighen and daugh
ter, Shirley and Miss Countess An­
Judge of the Court of Appeals
(Vote for not more than one)
C. NICHOLS
JOHN
HUGH S. JENKINS A. WEINMAN
For Member of State Central Committee
Man
(Vote for not more than one)
A. SCIIEFFEL HERZER
FRED H. JOHNSON
Member of State Central Committee
Woman
(Vote for not more than one)
I TACY A. PACK
For State Senator
9th 14th Senatorial District
(Vote for not more than one)
I C. STANLEY MECHEM
krom spent Tuesday evening with
Mr. and Mrs, Scott Roe and daugh
ter.
Pauline Lashley and son were vis
iting Mr. and Mrs. John Roe and
family Sunday.
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Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Reynolds have
returned to their home here from
Canton where they visited their son
in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs.
Robert Muckley, Mr. and Mrs.
Muckley announce the birth of a
baby girl on April 3, named Cheryll
Lynn.
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GEORGE C. PHILPOT
CANDIDATE FOR
REPRESENTATIVE to GENERAL ASSEMBLY
YOUR VOTE AND SUPPORT APPRECIATED!
Representative to General Assembly
(Vote for not more than one)
GEORGE C. PHILPOT
A. H. RICH
S. M. FRAKES
ARCHIE R. MORRISON
For County Commissioner
Vote for not more than one)
I CARR DAVIs
W. C. TOAD DAVIS
OTIS D. DAVIS
For County Auditor
(Vote for not more than one)
HARLEY WHEELER
For Member of County Central Committee
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