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Thursday, May 9, 1946
Summerfield— Four Generations Present At Gathering Summerfield, May 8—Mr. and Mrs. C. D. Friday and son, David of Washington, D. C., are visiting their parents, Mr. and Mrs. August Fri day of this place and Mrs. S. 0. Hannahs of Woodsfield. On Sunday they all went to Lexington, Ohio, to visit Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Ross. Also at the Ross home were Mr. Jacob Friday and his sons, John and Will and their wives, of Mans field and his daughter, Mrs. George Kellar from Dayton. Several of the grandchildren and great-grandchil dren were also present, represent ing four generations. Pictures were taken of the four male members of the Friday family tree: Jacob, '87, August, 6, Clair mont, 42, and David, 8 years. It is an unusual occurrence when there are four generations, all male, rep resented, but it was duplicated in this family for Albert Friday and son. Donnie, of Mansfield were pre sent. Albert is the son of Bruce Fri day, son of grand Daddy, Jacob. Mrs. S. O. Hannahs accompanied them as far as Zanesville, where she visited her son and daughter-in 12w. Mr. and Mrs. R. R. Hannahs. Other visitors at the Hannahs home were: Mr. and Mrs. Verne Orndorf of Columbus. Mr. and Mrs. Roger Hannahs and son. Billy, of Zanes ville, Mrs. Beatrice Phillips and daughter, Marjorie, Bob Werner and Ernest and Kathleen of the home. Friday evening May 10, the Youth Fellowship will entertain their par ents with a pot luck dinner and en tertainment, both of which will fol low the worship service. A good number is anticipated. The W. S. C. S. met Thursday evening at the church for their regu lar monthly meeting. Rev. W. E. Peters will deliver the Mothers Day sermon in the Metho dist church, Sunday morning at 11 o’clock. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Smith of Caldwell, Mr. and Mrs. Owen Mor gan, daughters, Carol and Jean Anne, and Coral Wehr of Quaker City were Sunday guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Parry Phil pot and Lou Philpot. Rev. and Mrs. O. L. Orr and sons, Marvin and David, Mrs. Geneva Preece and small daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Windom, Mr. and Mrs. William McElfresh, Bessie McEl fresh, Oleta Tripplett, Mr. and Mrs. Ross Love, and Wilbur Oliver at tended services at the Free Metho dist church in Woodsfield, Sunday evening. Those in Caldwell, Saturday, were Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Atkinson, Mrs. Earl Day, Jud Lahue, Mr. and Mrs. Alva Wharton. Mr. and Mrs. Norman Thomas of the Woodsfield Barnesville road were in Summerfield Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Gibson. Cam bridge, visited their parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. P. Gibson, Mrs. Opha Bishop, Monday. Russell Dotson was in Caldwell on business, Monday. Mrs. Emily King was in Woods field, Monday, on business. Mr. and Mrs. Ervil Anderson of Akron, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Reed and sons, Mr. and Mrs. Dean Oiivei. Mr. and Mrs. Ivan Haines were week end and Sunday guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Zedar Haines. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Reed and sons left this week for Akron where they will make their future home. Mrs. Adda Thompson has returned to her home in Martins Ferry after visiting the past ten days with Mrs. Emma Meek. Mr. and Mrs. Steve Tellep, Belle Valley, Miss Anna Miller, Cam bridge, Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Kelby, Byesville, were dinner guests Sun day of Mrs. Lou Bates. Mrs. Edna Nichols of Columbus is spending a few days with her sis ter, Mrs. Emily Havenor and family. Additional guests on Sunday were Mr. and Mrs. Capell Horton. Ruth Day, Emily Havenor, Edna Nichols and Linda Reed spent Sun day afternoon at Seneca Lake. L. A. Wheatley spent Monday in Woodsfield on business. Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Havenor were in Columbus on business, Sat urday. Mr. and Mrs. John Call enter tained members of the Booster club Thursday evening at their home. Guests were Mr. and Mrs. C. A. At kinson, Mr. and Mrs. E. T. Bircher, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Weaver, Mr. and Mrs. T. M. Marshall, Mr. and Mrs. Dewey Stanfill and son, Billie, Mr. and Mrs. Dick Smith, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Batten, Mr. and Mrs. Wire Fowler, Glen Archer, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Day, Mr. and Mrs. Bud Haines and son, Richard, host and hostess. A delicious luncheon was served. 1 Mrs. Rose Morgan, Mrs. Isolena Morris and Mrs. Ixiuise Carpenter enjoyed the trip they made Monday on a fishing excursion, despite the rain. Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Stephens at tended an all day meeting at Calais Sunday. Mrs. Jennie Danford accompanied Mrs. Celina Gibson to the home of Mrs. Williams in Mt. Ephraim, where she will be cared for. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Bode enter tained with a dinner, Sunday, guests including Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Bode and Mrs. Ida Hartshorn. Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Atkinson vis ited Sunday afternoon with her sis ter, Mrs. Ernest Davis, Sarahsville. The Guernsey County Fish & Game club is sponsoring a fish fry Thursday evening at Seneca Lake. Several from this community plan to attend. Those attending the Methodist conference at Woodsfield, Thursday were Rev. and Mrs. W. E. Peters, Mrs. Elsie Bode, Mrs. Lucy Guiler and Mrs. Opha Bishop. The Farm Bureau members will be entertained at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Havenor, Monday night. Dr. and Mrs. T. C. Horton, Nampa Idaho, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Horton, Columbus, Emma Higginsbottom, Knoxville, Tenn., visited Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Stephens during the week end and other relatives. Miss Doris Cleveland, Xenia, spent a few days the past week with her aunt, Miss Hattie Cleveland. Wire Fowler and Bill Curtis were in Cambridge, Saturday on business. Mrs. Casper Rider and daughter, Kathleen of Wellsburg, W. Va., have been visiting the past week with her aunt. Mrs. Frank Shackles and other relatives. Additional guests were Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Shackles and son of Caldwell, Mrs. Beulah Day and son, Donnie. Paul Sheridan and Howard Cal land of Zanesvlile visited Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Horton last week. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Fogle and daughter, Virginia, Zanesville, vis ited her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Char les Finney, and other relatives, Thursday and Friday of last week. Mrs. Elizabeth Frye visited the weekend at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Finney. Mrs. C. H. Meek, and daughter, Helen, visited the former’s mother, Martha Mansperger, Sarahsville, Sunday afternoon. I*hoto Developing—Gillespie’s Drugs. Middleburg Midldeburg, May 8—Mrs. Harry Mitchell entertained with a surprise birthday supper honoring her hus band’s 52nd birthday, Thursday evening, A beautiful cake centered the table. Those present were: Mr. and Mrs. Lee Mitchell and children, Hugh, Detmer, David, Sandra Kay, Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Mayo and son, Don ar.d Mrs. Clyde Mayo and son, Dwain, of Caldwell, Mr. and Mrs. Detmer Eicholtz of Beech Bottom, W. Va., Mr. and Mrs Charles Mitch ell, Mrs. Homer Barnes, Mrs. Hulda Williams, Mrs. Thelma Clark and daughters, Judy, Evelyn, Mrs. Jos eph Parcell and daughter, Betty Lou, Miss Gene Mitchell, Walter Vail, Harry Mitehell, Jr., and the honored guest, Mr. Harry Mitchell and host ess. Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Addis of Can ton visited over the weekend with relatives of Middleburg. Mrs. Nora Clark and daughter, Ethyl, spent Friday with Mrs. Fran cis Hupp. Sunday guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Morrison and family were: Mr. and Mrs. Guy Lewis and son, Woodrow, of Macksburg, Miss Gladys Morrison who is employed at the Lewis home, Mr. and Mrs. John Morrison and daughter, Judy. Mr. and Mrs. Detmer Eicholtz at tended the funeral of Hugh Chaser at Cambridge Tuseday, then visited with Mr. and Mrs. Harry Mitchell, Wednesday, before returning to their home in West Virginia. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Mallett and son, Larry, of Hiramsburg, Miss Kath leen Bettinger, of Caldwell, Mrs. Clara Gildow spent Tuesday with Mr and Mrs. Alex Bettinger of near Middleburg. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence W. More land of Sandusky, Mrs. Sarah Wal ters, Ella Larrick of Florence spent Friday night with Mr. and Mrs. James Morrison and family. Mr. Moreland’s w’ife is an English bride, just arrived in the states, Mrs. Moreland was formerly Mary Thompson of England. Walter Harriman of Middleburg moved Tuesday to his new home he purchased freyn Mr. and Mrs.'How ard Ball on Heddleson Ridge. Mrs. Charles Mitchell, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Mitchell and daughter, Gene, attended the funeral of Mrs. Ida VanFossen, Sunday afternoon at Crum Ridge. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Harriman and family of Wolf Pen spent Fri day evening with J. H. Morrison and family. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Thompson of near Lower Salem were calling on relatives at Ratio Ridge Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Harper and daughter of Gem spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Williams. Pvt. Robert Clark is spending a 10-day furlough with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Eail Clark of Middle burg. Sunday afternoon callers at the home of Andy, Lewis, Joseph Cale man and Mrs. Olivia Archer were: Mr. and Mrs. Bede Arnold and chil ren, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Estadt and Miss Fern. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Harriman and son, Eddie, were callers at Middle burg Sunday evening. Kennonsburg Kennonsburg, May 8—The Moore’s cane mill near Kennonsburg will run as usual this fall. From now until May 30 is the time to plant it. This week is a very good time to plant. Isaac Danford got kicked on his leg by a horse Thursday evening. He has been on crutches since. It is some better at this writing. A few have planted corn around here. H. L. Moore and D. G. McVicker were at Barnesville Saturday on business. Earl Moore was down awhile Sun day evening. He says he would Lavino JAMES MCNEILL WHISTLER distinguished Atnefican painter tft ........ n i. .• .IK 1* '■iiini1 All tributes to Mot-HER. WORLD FAMOUS PAINTING, ‘tme ARTIST'S Mr. and Mrs. Ures Massie and Audra Long were in Wheeling Wed nesday of last week. Photo Developing—Gillespie’s Drugs. Whigville Whigville, May 8—Mr. and Mrs. William Gplick and children were dinner guests of Mrs. John Gulick Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Watson were business callers at Columbus the past week. Mrs. Freda Guiler spent Tuesday with Mrs. Cecil Ruby of Cambridge. John L. Archer who has been in the navy three years has received his discharge and arrived at his home here. Mrs. Helen Watson, Mrs. Martha Gulick, Mrs. Della Thomas and Mrs. Florence Carter were among the ones from here attending the fu neral of Mrs. Malinda Ward, of Senecaville, Friday. Elizabeth and Margaret Ward of Dayton are spending a few days with their brother, Gould Ward and his wife. Eugene, Billy and Marilyn Guiler of Summerfield spent the weekend with their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. F. H. Danford. Biady and John Archer, Carroll Guiler and Ward Cunningham were at Columbus Tuesday. Mrs. J. M. Martin has been con fined to her home the past week with illness. The W. S. C. S. will hold their monthly meeting in the town hall Friday, May 12th. A pot luck dinner will be served and the day will be spent in quilting. Mrs. Roy Bates spent Thursday with Mr. and Mrs. Fred Bates. Irene Bates spent Saturday with Mrs. Helen Watson. Mr .and Mrs. Hubert Martin and children of Summerfield were call ing on Mrs. Netttie Martin Thurs day evening. Mrs. Kenneth Guiler, Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Gulick were shopping at Cald well difring the past week. Elaine Archer spent Sunday after noon with Jolene Guiler. Hubert Martin, Chester Thomas and Kenneth Guiler were at Barnes ville Saturday. Keithtown Keithtown, May 8—Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Hale and son, Charles, and Jack Plaster of Columbus spent the weekend at the home of Mr. and Mrs. B. E. Hale. Mr. and Mrs. James Burkhart and Mrs. George Tweedale of Cleveland spent the weekend at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Leo Burkhart. Miss Kate Kane also accompanied them to the Burkhart home where she will spend the summer. Melba McMannis and Robert Van Duender spent the weekend at the COMPLETE AUTO SERVICE ALL MAKES BARNHOUSE CHEVROLET COMPANY Telephone 261 Miller Street THE JOURNAL CALDWELL OHIO Fou^pep on ANCie-NT TRADITIONS homage to goes back to the- On On Mother's Dav, ■America^ millions rather talk than fish. Mr. and Mrs. David Brill of Col umbus spent the weekend with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Isaac Dan ford, Mrs. Rosy Rose and daughter, Pearl spent Sunday with them also. Henry Hague is visiting friends in the state of Iowa for a few weeks. Byron Lashley has returned home after several months with his uncle Bert Lashley of Columbus. Mr .and Mrs. Ray Shafer of Mt. Ephraim called on H. L. Moore Sun day. Gk Ancient Romans. Temples weqg- Built in momor, ox tme MotmeQ-GOPPeSS/MilAR.ia’’, And on heh festival DAy,gifts vvef\e brought to the temples By the c^oman people. IN17&CGNTW ENGLAND the fourth Sunday in JLenf became known as “Mothering Sunday. Boy and girl apprentices were permitted fo Spend that day with tneir Mothers, bringingfgifts of Simnel Cake or plum pudding. Such a visit 'was called "going a-mothering'. e’firjt observance tKeri IMy in *tiS /Mother's Dav Philadelphia,i9o$,was Suggested^ pyANNA M.jARVtf WHO HAD ARRANGED A memorial Service to her cwn may 1914 the Sunday 946, will pay tribute to Mother with sincere messages of devotion expressing tneir great love and respect for the dearest person in all the world,- MOT-MFFL- Second in MAy wA$ officially Designated as "Mother's Miss Mary Burkhart of Zanesville and Manford Young of Crooked Tree were Sunday guests at the home of Leo Burkhart. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Mitchell of Zanesville visited recently at the home of their daughter, Mrs. Ver non Hughes and family. Jessie Groves was removed Wed nesday, from the Good Samaritan hospital, Zanesville, to her home here in the McVay Shilling ambul ance, and is improving nicely from an appendectomy. Photo Developing—Gillespie’s Drugs. Sharon Sharon, May 8—Members of the Aiken Ladies Aid motored to Cald well, Thursday and were entertained at the home of Mrs. Mae Wheeler. Their regular business session was held. Mrs. Faye Cisler presiding. A social hour was enjoyed. Mrs. Ixz zia Morrison won the surprise gift box. Refreshments were served by hostesses, Mrs. Wheeler, Mrs. Chloe Pierce and Mrs. Minnie Marquis. Grange Meeting Sharon Grange will meet Thurs day evening, May 9. A Mother’s Day program will be presented dur ing the lecture hour. News Brilfs Mr. and Mrs. Richard Burlingame and children, Jane and Jimmy, of Zanesville were visiting with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Bur lingame last week. Barbara and Virginia Marquis of Caldwell were visiting with their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. G. E. Marquis, Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Wilbert White and son, Eugene, were visiting in Mas sillon last week. Mrs. Margaret Waldron and hus band of Columbus spent the week end with her sister, Mrs. Nancy Brotton. Shirley Marquis spent the week end with Mr. and Mrs. L. K. Mar quis. Mrs. Nellie Lawrence, Mrs. Kath leen Gouldsberry and Mrs. Mildred Cisler were calling in Marietta Thursday. Photo Developing—Gillespie’s Drugs. Keep your precious Hoovei Cleaner going strong with genuine Hoovei Service We are the authorized Hoover Service headquarters equipped with special tools and genuine Hoovei replace ment parts, expert service Phone I a Cost is extremely ffl Caldwell, Ohio Harriettsville Mother. pay" EACH YEAR By A JOINT RESOLUTION of Congress, Signed By President Wi’Ison. -Abramam LINCOLN said. All TwAT i AM OR tV&R noPt Tc Bt, I OWL To MY ANGLL MOW. home of Mr. and Mrs. William Mc Mannis. Ard Chandler spent a few days recently with relatives at Kent. Betty Chandler spent the weekend at the home of Mae Heddleson at Caldwell. Mr. and Mrs. Ben VanFIeet vis ited Sunday at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Ieighton Landaker Mr. and Mrs. Albert Mitchell and family visited Sunday at the homes of Elmer Mitchell and Leighton Landaker*. Harriettsville, May 8 Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Mantel entertained with a chicken dinner Sunday, hon oring the 16th birthday anniversary anniversary of their daughter, Mary. Those present were Mrs. Lizzie Mantel, Janet Louise Mantel of Lower Salem route, Mrs. Alfred Mantel, Miss Beulah Mantel, Miss Martha Mantel, and the honored one. Mrs. Kathryn Ayers attended in spection of O. E. S. Jocge at Macks burg, Thursday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Cunningham entertained with a dinner Sunday. Covers were arranged for the fol lowing guests: Mr. and Mrs. James Carnail of Akron, Mr. a: Mrs. Ern est Cunningham and family of Low er Salem route and Mrs. Anna Wal ker of route one. Among the relatives from a dis tance attending the funeral of Mrs. Ida Vanfossen of route one, Sunday, were: Mr. and Mrs. Melville King of Grant -ville, W. Va., Mr. and Mrs. Wiley King and J. W. King of Can ton, Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Robbins and family of Pleasant City, Mr. and Mrs. Blaine King of Caldwell, Mr. and Mrs. Delbert Vanfossen and Miss Nellie Wells of Akron, and Mr. and Mrs. William Thornberry of Mt. Vernon. Mrs. B. W. Ullman attended May Day celebration at Muskingum coll ege, Saturday. Rev. and Mrs. Clyde Willis and the former’s sister, Miss Willis, teacher in Bartlett schools, were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. D. F. Rohrer, Sunday. Additional guests in the afternoon were Mr. and Mrs. Ben Brown and family of Elba. Elmer Stevens, son of Mr. and Mrs. Erval Stevens, of route one, was among the 16 students of Ma rietta college who motored Wednes day to Madison, Wis., where they entered a boat rowing contest. The group will return Monday from their trip. Mrs. Ed. Schoeppner, Mrs. Joe Noll, Mrs. C. H. Schoeppner and sons. Dale and Earl, visited from Friday until Monday with Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Schoeppner and family and Prof, and Mrs. Perry Noll and family of Coldwater. While there they attended services at St. Mary’s Catholic church on Sunday where Mrs. Schoeppner’s and Mrs. Noll’s granddaughters, Patty Schoeppner and Phyllis Noll, made their first communion. Supt. H. M. Ayers and son, David, attended a show at Caldwell, Thurs day evening. Mr. and Mrs. John Holschuh of Stafford visited Sunday with their daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Kelby. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Lee of Char leston, and Attorney and Mrs. Ver non Lee of Newcomerstown were dinner guests of the former’s sister, Mrs. Rilla Crock, Thursday. Supt. H. M. Ayers attended a meeting for Noble county school supervisors at Caldwell, Monday evening. Rev. Fr. A. G. Nickel, Betty and Faye Shafer, Blanche Pryor, Billie Shafer, David Ayers and Clara Pat terson spent Friday evening with Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Johanning. The evening was spent playing cards and refreshments of ice cream and cake were -served. A number from this place attend ed the funeral of Mrs. Ida Vanfossen of route one, held Sunday afternoon at Crum Ridge Church of Christ, with Rev. Jesse Rossiter, officiating, followed by burial in the church cemetery. The annual Mothers Day chicken dinner and all the trimmings will be served Sunday, May 12, by the wo men of St. Henry’s parish from 11:30 to 1:00 at Palace hall. Supt. and Mrs. H. M. Ayers and son, David, were dinner guests of the former’s parents, Mr. and Mrs. S. W. Ayers, of route one, Sunday, and in the afternoon attended the funeral of Mrs. John Vanfossen at Crum Ridge. Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Lee and Mr. and Mrs. John Lee of Alliance were callers at the home of Bessie Miller, Tuesday afternoon, en route home from Marietta where they attended the funeral of their stepmother, Mrs. M. E. Lee. 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Mrs. Freda Mantel, Mrs. Wilma Walters, Mrs. Waldine Hendershot, Misses Betty Shafer and Mary Man tel were Marietta shoppers Satur day. Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Wetzler of Byesville visited Friday afternoon with Bessie Miller. Sunday visitors at the home of Mr. and Mrs. S. C. Rohrer were Mr. and Mrs. George Thybald and daughters, Susan and Donna, of lancaster, and Mrs. William Farley of Columbus. Misses Alice, Anna and Freda Hartley and Nettie Stephens of Parkersburg, W. Va.. spent the week end with the latter’s parents, Mr. and Mrs. Wilbert Stephens. Miss Nina Lee Hendershot spent Wednesday night and Thursday at Stafford and managed the telephone office while the operator attended the funeral of a relative at Woods field. Fred Hardesty and family will move this week from the Helen Sha fer house which was recently sold to Mr. and Mrs. Carl Bonar. to their farm home on route one. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Blair are moving from Sycamore Valley in with his brother, Homer Blair, and family, of route one. Misses Nora Mae Simons, Maxine Work, and Martha Ullman, students of Muskingum college, spent the weekend with the latter’s parents, Mr. and Mrs. B. W. Ullman. Mr. and Mrs. L. D. Schramm and son, Daniel, and Mrs. C. E. Johan ning, were Marietta shoppers Tues day. The W. S. C. S. of the Methodist church will meet Thursday evening with Rev. and Mrs. Clyde Willis of Lower Salem. Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Iawrence were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Stevens of Elba, Sunday. Additional guests were Mrs. Hazel Spies and daughter, Faye of Lower Salem, and Mr. and Mrs. John Kimnach of Dex ter City. 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