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Thursday, July 25, 1946
I a “MASQUERADE IN MEXICO” SOCIE7 Y NEWS & EVE NTS BELLE VALLEY MAN MARRIES AKRON GIRL IN CINDERELLA WEDDING SETTING The handicap of having “no folks” at her wedding day turned out Mr. and Mrs. Glenn C. lams, south of Caldwell, are announcing the engagement of their youngest daughter, Mary Lou, to Vere H. Miller of Dexter City and Lorain. Miss lams is a graduate of the Caldwell high school, class of 1945, a member of the Presbyterian church and at present employed at the Stellfox cut rate. Mr. Miller is a son of Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Miller of Dexter City, a graduate of the Dexter City high school, class of 1942 and a returned veteran. He served almost three years with the U. S. Air Corps, one year of which was spent in Europe. He is at present employed with the S. A. Wells construction company of •Cleveland. k° Pr°blem to Valerie Mary Bernhardt, who was married to Aubrey Dyer, 530 Francis Ave., Cuyahoga Falls, formerly of Belle Valley, last Friday evening at the City hospital in Akron. Mother was the women’ board members of the City hospital and father H6nry H. Camp, who, as vice president of the board of trustees of the hospital, gave the pretty dark-eyed brunette away. The wedding took place amid candles and flowers in the stately reception room of Idabelle Firestone Nursing home beneath the portrait of Mrs. Firestone. Dr. Walter F. Tunks performed the ceremony before 300 guests, most of them board members and student nurses. No definite date has been set for the wedding. Roxy House of Hits’ WEDNESDAY THURSDAY JULY 24 25 2—Big Features—2 Both Features Shown After 8:22 FRIDAY SATURDAY JULY 26 27 Matinee Saturday 2:00 P. M. Zane Grey’s “WEST OF THE PECOS” With ROBERT MITCHUM BARBARA HALE News Cartoon Chapter 5 “MANHUNT OF MYSTERY ISLAND” SUNDAY MONDAY JULY 28 29 Matinee Sunday 2:00 P. M. hard-to-please guy and a hard-to-kiss gal in a hard-to-beat v comedy! 3® COLUMBIA PICTURES presents BVSSEUB0WM Mr. and Mrs. Dyer were attended by Julianne Bernhardt, sister of the bride and Dale Mililgan of Cleveland, formerly of Belle Valley. The bridegroom is a grandson of the late George Dyer of Belle Valley and the son of Guy Dyer and Zona Bond Dyer of Cuyahoga Falls, formerly of Belle Valley. The entire wedding assumed the Cinderella theme, when the staff at the nurses home, took over the arrangements, and made it a “regular wedding”. The bride was raised in a Children’s Home but in spite of the handicap realized her ambition to become a registered nurse and this week her wedding held the Social spotlight in the entire city of Akron. Announce Engagement RICHARD CRANE FATE MARLOWE in “JOHNNY COMES FLYING HOME” —Second Swell Feature— DOROTHY LAMOUR ARTURO De CORDOVA in SheWoulaiiti Saylfti/i TUESDAY, JULY 30 Our Big Night! Meet the Clown of Cock-eyed Comedy! BERT GORDON in “HOW DO YOU DO” WEDNESDAY-THURSDAY JULY 31 AUGUST 1 2—Big Features—2 BELA LUGOSI WALLY BROWN in “ZOMBIES ON BROADWAY” —2nd Swell Feature— JOAN FONTAINE ARTURO De CORDOVA “FRENCHMAN’S CREEK” In Technicolor Both Features Shown After 8:28 Marriage Plans Completed Virginia Irene Hickman, Zanes ville, has completed plans for her marriage to Robert F. Clark, Jr., of Caldwell. The rites will be per formed at an open church cere mony Sunday evening at 7:45 p. m. in the First Church of Christ, Mc Intire Avenue. Rev. E. C. Traylor will officiate. Mrs. J. Brannon Hull will present a half hour of organ music preceding the ceremony. Mrs. Henry Shultz will be the soloist. Miss Pearl Eloise Reed, cousin of the bride, will be her only atten dant. Mr. Clark has asked George E. Christopher, his business assoc iate, to be best man. Ford Radcliff, Richard Tilton, of Caldwell, and Harold Bryan, bro ther of the bride, and Robert Spangler, Zanesville, will be ushers for the wedding. A reception for relatives and close friends of the couple will be held in the church following the ceremony. Aides at the reception will be the Misses Freda Schouler, Gene Gray, Rose Harper, Ileen Fogle, and the Mesdames Helen Hupp and Elsie Bryan. Anounce Engagement Mr. and Mrs. Byron Marquis, West street, are announcing the en gagement and approaching marriage of their daughter, Gertrude, to John Bates, Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. John Bates. Sr., Macksburg. No date has yet been set for the wedding. Miss Marquis is employed at the Marquis Super Market in Caldwell. Mr. Bates is employed with the Pennsylvania railroad company in Barberton. NOBLE SATURDAY, JULY 27 Matinee Saturday 2:00 P. M. CHARLES K. FELDMAN Presents George SANDERS Geraldine I!'!/ Lila RAINES SUNDAY MONDAY JULY 28 29 Matinee Sunday 2:00 P. M. n Weds Local Officer .. MRS. ROBERT J. STARTZMAN The marriage of Miss Evelyn Kellahan of Kingstree, South Caro lina, and Lieutenant James Robert Startzman of Caldwell, and the U. S. Army, took place recently in the Kingstree Baptist church. The Rev. Ira C. McClung, officiated using the double ring ceremony. Wedding music was rendered by Mrs. E. W. Cantwell, organist Mrs. L. L. Bunch, soprano and Mr. Evans Guyton, Baritone. Ushergroomsmen were J. D. O’Brien, Harold Nesmith, Dr. Aleck Kelley, and Herman Kellahan. Bridesmaids were Miss Louriene Mae Crawford, Miss Ruth Craw ford, and Miss Mary Francis McGill, cousins of the bride, and the bridegroom’s sister, Dr. Viola Startzman, pediatrician at City hospital, Cleveland. Mrs. Charles Spann, the bride’s sister, was matron of honor and the maid of honor was the bride’s twin sister. Their gowns were of net, in off-shoulder effect, with draped bertnas and full skirts. They carried nosegays of shasta daisies with bows of maline, and wore match ing coiffure arrangements in their Fiair. The bride was dressed in a wedding gown of white satin, a Victorian model, featuring high neck line-bodice, buttoned down the front with satin buttons, full sleeves of satin edged with pleated frill, beneath which extended full sleeves of net ending in ruffles at the wrist. The skirt, which ended in a grace ful train, was worn over a double hooped skirt of net. Her finger-tip veil was attached to crown of orange blossoms, and she carried a nose gay of Marconi daisies showered with ornitholagum. Attending the bridegroom as best man was Mr. Marvin Mace of Summerville, South Carolina, brother-in-law of the bride. The bride was given in marriage by her father, Thomas McCroy Kellahan of Kingstree. After the ceremony, a reception was held at the home of the bride’s parents. Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Crawford greeted the guests and presented them to the receiving line composed of the bridal party, the bride’s mother, and Mrs. H. J. Startzman, of Caldwell, the bridegroom’s mother. For traveling the bride wore a two-piece suit of pin-striped grey, with pink and black accessories. A corsage of pink rosebuds completed her costume. Upon their return, Lt. and Mrs. Startzman made their home in Chattanooga, Tennesee, where he is stationed with the army. Family Dinner Honoring Mrs. Elizabeth Ross of Junction Ciy, Kansas, Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Taylor and children, Jane, Sue, Lauren and J. C., all of La Grange, O., a number of relatives gathered at the home of Mrs. G. W. DeVolld, east of Caldwell, Sunday, and enjoyed a family dinner. Mrs. Ross is the former Elizabeth De Volld and this was the first time that she had met any members of the local families with this nam« Other ‘than the above, guests in cluded Mrs. Linas DeVolld of Dex ter City, Mr. and Mrs. C. V. Spence of Canton, Mrs. Marne and William DeVolld of Sarahsville, Mr. and Mrs. Marshall DeVolld and sons, Donnie, Jimmie and Richard. Mr. and Mrs. L. H. Stickrath, Levi De Volld, Mrs. Frances Shafer and chil dren, Hubert, Janet and Carolene, Mrs Chester Hayes, and sons, Clair, Larry and Billy, Mr. and Mrs. Wal do DeVolld, children, Ruth Anne, Stewart, Robert, Sandra and Ray David, Mrs. G. W. DeVolld and Mr. and Mrs. A. G. VanFleet. Additional guests in the afternoon were Mr. and Mrs. Frank Spence and children, Junior, Peggy and George, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Bates. Snode-Smalley Announcement is being made of the marriage of Martha Jean Smalley, daughter of Mrs. Etta Smalley, of Cumberland street, to Charles H. Snode, son of Mrs. Nellie Snode, of Sarahsville. The marriage took place at Russel, Kentucky on June 18, 1946 at 6 o’clock p. m. The single ring ceremony was per formed by Rev. Meenicks, of Ken tucky. The bride attended Caldwell High School. The groom was grad uated from Sarahsville High School with the class of 1943, and is a re turned overseas veteran. Mrs. Startzman, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas McCroy Kella han, is a graduate of Kingstree high school. Until her marriage she was employed in stenographic work at Welch Convalescent hospital, Daytona Beach, Florida and prior to that held a similar position at Stark General hospital, Charleston. Lt. Startzman, son of Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Startzman of Caldwell, was educated at Harrisburg Military academy, Pennsylvania and New York university, and is on duty with the army medical corps. THE JOURNAL CALDWELL OHIO 'W|r Delta Alpha Meets Mrs. Vernon Hesson, Mrs. Ed Boyd, Caldwell, and Mrs. Clara Mosely, of Macksburg, were com panion hostesses at a lawn party held at the Hesson home for mem bers of the Delta Alpha Class of the First Church of Christ. Mrs. Hazel Shuttleworth, presi dent of the class, presided at a short business session, which was foll owed by informal diversions. Refreshments were served to the following: Mrs. Mollie Patten, Mrs. Sylvia Oliver, Mrs. Billa Patterson, Mrs. Hazel Shuttleworth, Mrs. Anna Cleary, Mrs. M. C. Johns, Mrs. Willis Hupp, Mrs. Ray McVay, Mrs. Nola Hurst, Mrs. Lucy Jennings, Mrs. George Thompson, Mrs. Clif ford King, Mrs. Eva Steen, and the hostesses, Mrs. Hesson, Mrs. Boyd, and Mrs. Mosely. Dinner Bridge Mrs. Glen B. Taylor entertained members and guests of her bridge club with a dinner bridge last Thursday evening. Dinner was served at the Fern Restaurant at tables decorated with spring flowers and individual corsages. Bridge was played at the home of. the hostess, with prizes being awarded to the following: Miss Thelma Rice, Mrs. R. C. Moore, Mrs. Harry Knox, Mrs. Bae Marshall, and Mrs. Walter Quick. The following members were present: Miss Thelma Rice, Mrs. Chester Huprich, Mrs. R. C. Moore, Mrs. Harry Knox, Mrs. H. A. Baker, Mrs. Arthur Beyer, and Mrs. Harry Kichcreek. Guests present were Mrs. Walter Quick, Mrs. Bae Mar shall, Mrs. N. S. Reed, Mrs. Clayton Love, of Columbus, Mrs. Paul Mc Vay, Miss Mary Kathryn Lorenz, Mrs. Clyde Harris, Miss Cynthia Morris, Mrs. William Williams, and the hostess, Mrs. Taylor. All Round Dance SATURDAY, JULY 27 V. F. W. Hall WEST STREET-CALDWELL, OHIO Featuring Wood’s New 8-Piece Arrangement AMATEUR SOLO CONTEST 9 to 12 Admission 50 Cents Carter-Cardiff Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Carter, 397 Chittenden Ave., Columbus, for merly of South Olive, are announ cing the marriage of their daugh ter, Clara Etta Carter, to John Car diff, son of Mr. and Mrs. Francis Cardiff of Columbus. The couple were married in Newport, Ky., July 8, 1946, at 1:00 o’clock p. m. They were unattended. The bride wore a dress of aqua with brown and wihte acessories, and a corsage of two gardenias surrounded by American Beauty roses. Mrs. Cardiff was graduated from the Dexter City high school with the class of ‘43. Mr. Cardiff is a former member of the 1st. Marine Division having served overseas in the South Pacific. Both Mr. and Mrs. Cardiff are associated with the F. and R. Lazurus Company. Following a short wedding trip, the couple spent two weeks at the home of the bride’s brother and family, Mr. and Mrs. James L. Carter and son, David. They plan to make their home at 687 Vz Neil Ave., Columbus, Ohio. A wedding dinner was held at the home of Mr. and Mrs. James Carter July 10, for members of the immediate families and friends. A three tier wedding cake topped with a miniature bride and groom centered the table. A shower was held in honor of the newlyweds at the Carter home with Mrs. Ethel King assisting. Those present were: Minnie Davis, Ada G. Bell, Lillian Jordon, Mar garet Pryor, Lottie Blake, Marjorie Love, Ila Clymer, Narine Noble, Nola Clymer, Jane Ann Clark, Mary Alice Stiles, Annabelle John son, Clara Davis, Feona Nau, Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Tilton, Hazel Bond Ellen Mallett, Mary Vaughn, Lelia Wilson, Beulah Pryor, Nola Pryor, Icel Hutcheson, Margaret Ullman, Eileen Hutcheson, Ethel King, Mabel Davis, Grace Hutcheson, Ernestine Wilson, Edgar A. John son, E. O. Davis, Mr. and Mrs. Howard Devoll, and Freda Tilton. Those who sent gifts but were unable to attend were: Bernice Webber, Nan Brown, Ernestine Davis, Gertie Haines, Belena Land aker, Ida Webber, Evelyn McEl fresh, Erma Brown, Garnett San ford, Ina Blake, Blanche Long, Vir ginia Long, Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Brown, Ruth Eloise Brown, Kate Schilling, Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Key ser, Mary Ann Haines, Martha Morris, Kathleen Hill, Agnes Crock Josephine Davis, Rhea Shroyer, Mrs. Miley Carter, Agnes Crock. Just-A-Mere-Club Miss Inez Clark was hostess to members and guests of the Just-A -Mere bridge club at her home on Miller Street, last Friday evening. Two tables of bridge were put into play with prizes being awarded to Mrs. H. C. Jordan, Mrs. L. E. Potts, and Mrs. Virgil Boyd. Refreshments were served to the following: Mrs. Clarence Estadt, Mrs. L. E. Potts, Mrs. H. C. Jordan, Mrs. Charles Scherr, Mrs. Robert Lorenz, Mrs. Virgil Boyd of Cam bridge, Miss Louise Clark, and the hostess, Miss Inez Clark. OUR LOSS! OUR Kentucky Bride MRS. HOWARD DEVOL Thursday, July 18, at 11:15 o’clock, Miss Janis Brown became the bride of Howard Devol, Jr., at a beautiful double ring cere mony performed at Newport, Ky., by Rev. J. E. Smith. The bride chose for her wedding a powder blue gabardine suit with accessories of black and white. Her corsage was of gardenias. The couple were attended by Mr. and Mrs. James Carter. Mrs. Carter wore a gray dress with white and tan accessories. Her corsage was of gardenias also. Mrs. Devol is the only daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Guy Brown of Caldwell, and was graduated from the Caldwell high school with the class of 1946. Mr. Devol is the son of Howard Devol, Sr., of South Olive, and’ is a graduate of Dexter City high school. He served more than three years in the armed forces and spent several months overseas. He is employed with the Clymer Oil Company of Dexter City. Mr. and Mrs. Devol will reside at the home of the bride’s parents, Mr and Mrs. Guy Brown. Pyciak-Nuley Announcement is being made by Mr. and Mrs. Mike Pyciak of Cald well, of the marriage of their daughter, Stella, of Flint, Mich., to LaVerne Nuley, also of Flint. They were united in marriage at the home of Rev. Arthur Taylor and were attended by the bridegroom’s sister and brother-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Daniels. The bride wore a suit of pale blue and a corsage of red rosebuds. Mrs. Daniels wore a yellow suit with a corsage of pink rosebuds. Following the ceremony a wed ding dinner was served at Frank enmuth, Michigan for members of the immediate families. NO CHARGES NO EXCHANGES! NO DEPOSITS New Arrivals INSURANCE July Clearance Sale —AT— The Fashion Shop CALDWELL, OHIO —BEGINNING— Friday, July 26 9:00 O’CLOCK A. M. Ladies’ and Children’s SPRING COATS AND SUITS DRESSES- JUMPERS JERKINS —AT— BIG REDUCTION PRICES! OUR FAMOUS $1.00 RACK! WITH MANY ARTICLES OF VALUE A FINE ASSORTMENT OF— SKIRTS BLOUSES PLAY TOGS —AT BARGAIN PRICES I JUST THE THINGS YOU NEED TO FRESHEN UP THE SUMMER WARDROBE— LINGERIE HATS PURSES MANY OTHER ITEMS OF LADIES’ APPAREL FIRST SELECTIONS ALWAYS BEST. ASK TO SEE NEW FALL MERCHANDISE ---NOW ARRIVING! Page Five Mrs. R. D. Buckey, Belford street, are announcing the birth of a daughter, Monday evening, July 22, at the Bethesda hospital in Zanesville. Mrs. Mayme Parks of Belpre, formerly of Sharon, Attor ney and Mrs. U. H. Buckey are the grandparents to the new arrival. Mr. and Mrs. Roger Cunningham of Sarahsville announce the birth of a daughter at Thompson hospital Friday, July 19. Mrs. Margaret Cunningham, Mr. and Mrs. How ard Guiler of the Sarahsville com munity are the grandparents. Mr. and Mrs. Ivan Wickham. Cumberland route 1, announce the birth of a son at the Good Samar itan hospital in Zanesville, Sunday, July 21. Mr. and Mrs. Donald W. Cox of Canton announce the birth of a daughter, named Bonnie Joe. Mrs. Maggie Archer, North street, is a great grandmother to the new ar rival. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Arnold of the Fulda community announce the birth of a daughter, Sunday, July 21, at the Thompson hospital. Mr. and Mrs Bruce Peters of Denver, Colorado, are anouncing the birth of a daughter, July 11. The infant has been named Linda Starr Peters. Mrs. Peters is the former Myra Starr of Belle Valley. Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Malicoat, New Concord, announce the birth of an 8 lb. 3 oz., daughter at the Bethesda hospital, Zanesville, July 13. Grandparents of the infant named Judith Carole are Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Malicoat, Rogers, Texas and Mr. and Mrs. S. A. Still, Sr, Zanesville. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Handschu maker, of Lower Salem route 1, an nounce the birth of a 9% pound daughter, Thursday, July 18. The infant has been named Carolyn Sue. Grandparents of the new arrival are A. J. Smithberger and Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Handschumaker, of Lower Salem route. CHURCH NOTES Caldwell First Church of Christ Ray L. Swetnam, Pastor. Bible school at 9:30 a. m. Morning worship service at 10:30 sermon topic, “God’s Plan For the Ages.” Evening service at 8:00 o’clock sermon topic, “Exposition From Galatians”. Christian Endeavor at 7:15 p. m. Rev. Swetnam will preach Sunday afternoon at the Olive Green Church of Christ at 2:30. Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Young, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Recob of Chilli cothe, Mrs. Cameron Kelly of Jack son, Michigan, were weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. H. O. Young, Fair ground road. (ELSWICK) YOUR GAIN!