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Thursday, July 25, 1946
Summerfield Summerfield, July 24 The Noble and Monroe Progressive Sis ters held their regular meeting, Thursday evening at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Hedge King. Emma King was the companion hostess. A delicious dinner was served at the noon hour. Guests included Martha Reed, Pearl Reed, Bessie -Reed, Flora, Reed, Edith Hunter, Mary Horton, Carol Palmer, Leone Garrett, Pearl McKinney, Ethel Dotson, Lylan Garrett, Treva Garrett, Larry Gar rett, Sandra Horton, Judy Reed, Sandra Reed and Linda Dotson. Dinner Guests Mr. and Mrs. Harry Weaver en tertained with a course dinner Sun day in honor of their daughter, Mrs. Robert Ball and husband of Cald well. Other guests were Mr. Ball and Mrs. Calland. Chicken Dinner Mr. and Mrs. Wilf ord Garrett en tertained Sunday with a course chicken dinner, with covers being laid for the following guests: Mr. and Mrs. Pat Slater and daughter, Sandra, of Flushing. Thelma and Dale Garrett and the host and hos tess. Class Meeting Ruth Day entertained members of the Alpha and Omega Sunday school class at her home Tuesday evening. Elsie Bode was the com panion hostess. Mary Weaver and Florence Mallett were in charge of the program. Contests were won by Bess Grassel and Verna Guiler. In spite of the handicap of there being no electricity that particular even ing, the meeting was very sucessful. Guests included: Lucy Guiler, Mary Weaver, Alma Garrett, Flor ence Mallett, Lily Moore, Beulah Watson, Emily Havenor, Thelma At kinson, Pearl Reed, Verna Dotson, Verna Guiler, Daisy Marshall, Beu lah Jerles of Niles, Margaret Frye of Canton, Bessie Grassel, Rev. Marie Tschappat and Miss Burris. Personals Mrs. J. K. Guiler is visiting this week with her sister, Miss Frances Rouse, of Massillon. Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Horton and Billie Williams visited Sunday eve ning with Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Hor ton. Otis King and son, Paul, are en joying a motor trip through the western states and this week visited famous Boys Town, near Omaha, Nebr. The junior class and the Junior Intermediate Youth Fellowship and their teachers enjoyed a picnic Sun day evening, rather than the prim ary class as previously stated. Mrs. Wilford Garrett and Mrs. Verna Guiler entertained the par ents and Rev. Tschappat and her as sistant, Miss Burris, with a deli cious picnic dinner Sunday evening at the Stafford camp grounds. Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Stephen vis ited Mr. and Mrs. H. O. Christian o£ Lewisville route and attended a birthday dinner. Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Meek and daughter, Helen, visited the week end with Mr. and Mrs. Carlos Meek and son, Duane, and accompanied Ly Mr. and Mrs. Carlos Meek mo tored through the southern part of the states and visited many places of interest. Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Barnes of Cambridge, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Shimp of Pittsburgh, Pa., visited Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Horton and other friends here the weekend. Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Grassel of Cin cinnati have returned to their home in that city after visiting with Mr. and Mrs. George Amos and camping on their old home place. Mr. and Mrs. John Frye have also returned to their home in Canton. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Reed and sons, Joe and Jimmie, Mrs. Har riett Erritt and son, Ronnie, of Lakemore visited their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Zedar Hanes over the weekend. Mrs. Reed entered St. Francis hospital for surgical treatment. Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Gibson, Cam bridge, were dinner guests Sunday at the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. P. Gibson. Harold Gibson of Zanesville and Miss Marjorie Erskine of Cambridge were guests Wednesday evening. Mrs. O. L. Orr is attending the annual conference and camp meet ing of the Free Methodist churches being held this week and next at Mansfield. Jack Preece left for Fort Knox, Ky., Wednesday evening, after en joying a 17-day furlough with his wife, Mrs. Geneve Orr Preece, and little daughter, at the home of her parents, Rev. and Mrs. Orr. Mrs. Grace Love will leave the first of next week for Mansfield where she will attend the Free Methodist conference as a delegate. Mrs. Ernest Shackles of Olive en tered the St. Francis hospital, Cam bridge, Sunday evening for surgical treatment. James Barnes is a patient in the St. Francis hospital, Cambridge, where he is receiving treatment for a fractured arm. Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Curtis of Canton are visiting this week with their son, Mr. and Mrs. William Curtis. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Wharton, Mr. and Mrs. Dewey Stanfill and sons were in Parkersburg, W. Va., and Marietta, Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Dick Smith and Iva Masters were at McConnelsville and 4 Marietta, Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur G. Wharton are at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Argyle Leasure, Berne, while the latter are enjoying a trip to Cleveland and other places of in terest. Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Stephen and Charles Wharton were at Barnes ville on business recently. Mrs. Icelonia Morris visited Mrs. Millie Rossiter, Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Everett Rossiter, Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Rossiter, Byes ville, visited their father, Sam Ros- fit!* rw* PRODUCERS Harriettsville Sellers siter, and grandmother, Mrs. Millie Rossiter, Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Gibson and Mrs. Opal VanDyne, of Cambridge, spent the weekend with Mrs. Offa Bishop. Harriettsville, July 24—A dinner was served at St. Patrick’s church, Fox, Sunday, honoring Rev. A. G. Nickel and Rev. Reuff. It served as a farewell for the former and a wel come for the latter. Harry Dickson of St. Patrick's, church, Fox, will leave in Septem ber to join the priesthood. There will be a dance at Palace hall Sunday evening, July 28. Mrs. Nelson Williams entertained with a chicken dinner Sunday, hon oring the birthday anniversary of her husband. Those present were Mr. and Mrs. Henry Ball and daugh ter, Jean, of Lower Salem, and Mr. and Mrs. John Williams. Mrs. Edna Willhite of Chicago, Ill., Mr. and Mrs. Dan Martin of Texas, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Greiner and Mrs. Joseph Greiner, jr., of Al liance visited Saturday with Bessie Miler and sisters. They were en route home from Lowell where they had been visiting Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Miller. P. D. Kelby, who is attending Muskingum college, New Concord, spent the weekend at his home here. C, D. Miller, Dr. Black of Colum bus, Peryl Giffen of Canton, Mr. and Mrs. Carlos Miller and son, Gary, Mrs. Dorothy Book and daughter, Ellen, and Krat Kuhn were recent dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Gaylord Miller of Spie del. Kenneth Vanfossen, who recently returned from Germany, is still a patient in a hospital at Ft. Meade, Maryland. Mrs. Waldine Hendershot en tered Memorial hospital, Marietta, and underwent major surgery Tuesday morning. Her many local friends wish her a speedy recov ery. She is operator of the local telephone exchange here. J. E. Walker is confined to his bed with a back injury. Donnie Miller, five-year-old son of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Miller, had the misfortune of falling off a load of hay Saturday and breaking his arm in two places. He was taken to the office of Dr. Williams at Marietta where x-rays were taken and his arm put in a cast. His seven-year-old' sister, Joan, is just recovering from a broken collar bone. Callers at the home of Mrs. Wal dine Hendershot, Sunday afternoon were: Mr. and Mrs. George Payne and children, Billie, Dollie, and Mary Lou, and Clarence Kitts, of Marietta route, Mrs. G. E. McVay, Mrs. L. D. Schramm, Mrs. C. E. Johanning, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Cof fey, Misses June and Leona Lee and John Ullman. David Ayers is spending a week’s vacation with his uncle, Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Hawkins, of Antioch. He was accompanied from Stafford by his grandfather, W. E. Haw kins. Lewis Stevens of Senecaville route visited Monday with his par ents, Mr. and Mrs. S. O. Stevens. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Vanfossen and Freda Cantwell were shopping in Caldwell, Friday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Wetzler of Byesville visited Sunday with Mrs. Wetzler’s mother, Mrs. Bessie Miller. Supt. and Mrs. H. M. Ayers were business visitors at Caldwell and Marietta, Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. John Wilson and daughter, Norma Jean, and Miss Evelyn Ullman of Mantua spent Tuesday evening with Mr. and Mrs. Glen Wilson. Mr. and Mrs. Kelly, the former Mildred Miller of route 1, visited with relatives on the route recent ly. They were returning to their home at Salem, after a wedding trip through southern Ohio and West Virginia. Mr. and Mrs. Erval Stevens were Caldwell visitors Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Carlos Miller, and Uncertainty Follows This ‘Operation Crossroads’ Harold Shafer of route 1 visited Sunday with his mother, Mrs. Lydia Shafer, at University hospi tal, Columbus. Mr. and Mrs. Burdette Ayers and son, Allen, visited Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. S. W. Ayers. Mr. and Mrs. Harve Miller of Salem were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Vanfossen, Tues day. A basket dinner was enjoyed at the home of J. R. Vanfossen, Sun day. Those present were Mr. and Mrs. William Thornberry of Mt. Vernon, Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Feldner and daughter, Norma Jean, of Caldwell route, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Vanfossen, Freda Cantwell, Fanchion Vanfossen, Ross Vanfos sen and Charles House. The dinner was held in observance of the birth day anniversaries of Fanchion Van fossen and Norma Jean Feldner. Mr. and Mrs. Gaylord Miller and children of Speidel were guests Snuady of Mr. and Mrs. Carlos Miller and their father, C. D. Miller. Photo Developing—Gillespie’s Dexter City Dexter City, July 24 Funeral services for Emory Ellison, who died at his home in New Concord, were held at Crooked Tree, 2 p. m., Monday. He was a former resident of the Crooked Tree community. Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Vaughn and Mary Margaret, of Canton were visitors in town Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Archer and son, Jon, have left for Columbus where they will make their home. Mrs. Jack Clark and infant daughter were moved from the Marietta hospital to the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Clymer, last Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Everett Jeffery and baby have moved to their farm for the summer. Clayton Stringer and son, Don, and Dale Miler are employed at Beverly helping in potato harvest ing. Vere and Bruce Miller of Lorain spent the weekend at their home here. Mrs. Arden Jinkens and niece Lillian Cook, of Cleveland are vis iting her brother, Mr. and Mrs. James Gardener and other rela tives. Miss Marjorie Patten of Colum bus spent the weekend with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. William Pat ten. Her sister, Mary Lou, returned home with her to spend a weeks vacation. Charles Patten is attending a National Youth meeting in Minn. Mrs. Lester Timmins has re turned home from a hospital at Steubenville. Elory Boyd of Canton spent the weekend at his home here. Floyd Antill has bought the barn from Anna Stalling lot and has moved it to do some building to his home and store building. Macksburg Macksurg, July 24—Mrs. Clyde Wiper of, Columbus and Mrs. O. L. Heyrock of Marietta are visiting at the home of Mrs. Alma Longfellow. Recent callers at the John Bates home were Mr. and Mrs. Carl Kirk of Columbus, Arthur Bates of Macedonie, Mr. and Mrs. Woodrow Perry, Mr. and Mrs. Dan Farley of Stanleyville. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Bayliss of De troit, Mich., are visiting at the home of her aunt, Mrs. Lizzie Hale. Mr. H. O. Schramm who suffered a stroke some time ago is slowly improving at the home of his THE JOURNAL CALDWELL O rl' COM SUPERS Mrs. Dorothy Book and daughter, Ellen, spent Wednesday in Cald well. Evangelist. Fortney of Clarks burg, W. Va., is holding two weeks meeting at Crum Ridge Church of Christ. Miss Mabel Walker of Canton spent a week’s vacation with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Walker. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Ayers of Dalton visited relatives on route 1 last week. Buyers daughter, Mrs. John Bates. Mrs. Lizzie Hale, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Bayliss of Detroit, Mich., Mrs. Edna Tarleton of Caldwell, visited at the hoome of Mrs. Walter Glid den of Waterford. George- Longfellow and daughter were shoppers at Marietta Monday. Mr. and Mrs. John Bates were callers at Marietta Saturday. A. J. Ranger and sister, Ethel, are enjoying a vacation in Canada. Mrs. Ethel Steen of Canton is visiting the home of her sister, Mrs. James Longfellow. Whigville Whigville, July 24—Mr. and Mrs. Earl Danford of Caldwell spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. F. H. Danford. Mrs. Kenneth Guiler spent Tues day with Mrs. Frank Ruby of Cam bridge. Harold Van Dyne of Ashland spent the weekend at his home here. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Guiler and family, Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Franklin, Mr. and Mrs. Donald Franklin and family were among the ones from here attending the Franklin reunion at the home of Mr. and Mrs. H. F. Groves of Cam bridge Sunday. Mrs. Mary Martin was removed to the Memorial hospital at Mari etta, Sunday, in the Brubach am bulance where she will undergo observation and treatment. William Thomas of Zanesville spent the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. John Thomas. Mrs. Edna Miller, Mildred and Bernard Lucas, and Lester Martin of Ashland spent the weekend at their home here. Mrs. W. B. Moorehead and sons, Allen and David, of Flint, Mich., spent Monday and Tuesday with her sister, Mrs. C. L. Franklin and brother, J. T. Guiler and wife. W’lliam Gulick who is employed at Philo spent the weekend at his home here. Mr. and Mrs. Summer Mercer of Marietta visited Mr. and Mrs. George Berry Monday. Mrs. Helen Watson spent a day the past week with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Wyscarver of Batesville. Sylvia Snyder of Senecaville spent the past week with her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. John Snyder. Coal Ridge Coal Ridge, July 24 Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Lisak of Cleveland were visiting her parents, Mr .and Mrs. Paul Nemets last week. Mrs. Louis Balint of Cleveland was visiting her parents, Mr .and Mrs. Andy Zudell last week. Mr. and Mrs. George Klobusnik and sons of Cleveland are visiting friends and relatives here. Mr. and Mrs. Andy Senko and son, Andrew, of Cleveland were visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Senko, over the weekend. Mr. and Mrs. Don Bruski and daughter, Verna, of Cleveland were visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Steve Kopchu. Mr. Andy Nemets of Cleveland is visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Nemets. Keithtown Keith town, July 24 Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Hale and son, Charles, of Columbus spent the weekend at the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. B. E. Hale. Mr. and Mrs. John Swank and Mrs. B. E. Hale called on Mr. and Mrs. Robert Slater Sunday after noon. Mr. and Mrs. Frances Bell of Zanesville visited recently at the home of John Swank and family. Mr. and Mrs. Jonas Stack visited Sunday evening at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Monford Allen. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Burkhart and son, Bruce, of Centerville vis ited over the wWtend with his parents, Mr. and Wrs. Leo Burk hart. k IO Cumberland— Cumberland School Enjoys Class Reunion Cumberland, July 24—The Cum berland high school graduating class of 1940 held a reunion at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Shuster, route 3, on Saturday evening, at 8:00 o’clock. The evening was spent socially and the hostess served ice cream, cookies, and punch at the climax of a very pleasant reunion. Those present were: Mr. and Mrs. Harold Monroe, Mr. and Mrs. Ken reth Phillips, Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Taylor, Mr. and Mrs. David Bay, Everett LePage and friend, Mary Francis Hawes, Irene Merva, Irene Favlick, Lillian Ayers, Homer Bun dy, John Shepherd and the hostess, Burdelle Shuster. Guests were Virginia Shuster, Walter Culbertson, Phyllis Walter, Joan Monroe, and Mrs. Jack Vance and daughters. Those of the class who were un able to attend were Michael Kach marik, Ruth Walters Jansen, Lloyd Shepherd, Boyd Ross, Harry Conn, and Earl Hardesty. Announce Marriage Mr. and Mrs. Carl Smith, of near Spratt, announce the marriage of their daughter, Eileen, to J. Floyd Walters, son of Mr. and Mrs. Seth Walters, Cumberland route 4. The bride was attired in aqua silk jersey, with white accessories. At tendants were Mr. and Mrs. Robert Perry of Philo, sister and brother in-law of the groom. Following a brief wedding trip to Detroit, Mich., the newly weds will reside at Cumberland. Class Meeting The Willing Workers class of the Methodist church will hold their next meeting August 2 at the home of Mrs. Frank Shuster. Those at tending will please bring a covered dish and sandwiches, also own table service. A picnic supper is planned at 7:30. The committee in charge includes Hazel Shuster, Mary Ruth Howell, Eva Mae Moore, Mary Mon roe, Emma West, Linnie Dudley, and Helen Scott. Vacationing Mrs. Edson McKee, of Tampa, Florida, is visiting home folks here and in Zanesville. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Culberston and son, of Illinois, have been vaca tioning with relatives on route 76. Mrs. O. E. Waller plans a vacation trip to Seattle, Wash., soon. Attend Meeting Margaret Bay, Janice Waller and Ruth Dudley attended 4-H club junior leadership meeting in Cam bridge, Friday evening. Beginning August 18, the first two named will attend 4-H club camp, Ogleby park, West Virginia, in the capacity of in structors at the junior camp. Joan Moore, of Cumberland, has also been selected to assist in these duties. They represent Yoker Valley Mixers 4-H club. W. S. C. S. In House-cleaning Spree The members of W. S. C. S. of the Methodist church completed the annual house-cleaning of the church social rooms and kitchen last Wed nesday. The previous week a day was spent in the main auditorium and a wholesome atmosphere now greets everyone. Mt. Ephraim Mt. Ephraim, July 24—Mrs. Ross McConnell remains seriously ill. Mrs. Edith Williams and Mrs. Nellie Graham are caring for two aged ladies. Robert Beattey of Pomeroy visited his parents over the week end. Mrs. William Bates visited her daughter, Mrs. Donald Franklin and family Friday. Rodney Williams and wife were in Zanesville last week. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Williams of Buffalo, Clifford Williams and sons, Jackie and Terry, and daugh ter, Dorothy, of Canton and Mr. Oliver of Byesville visited relatives here Saturday. David Strong of Senecaville vis ited his niece, Mrs. Homer Finley recently. Several attended the surprise party at Ray C. Archers last week. Marilyn Mendenhall of Zanes ville is visiting her aunt, Mrs. Edith Williams. Henry Graham of Caldwell is helping his grandson in the har vest. Lloyd Rich and family of Col umbus visited Homer Finley over Sunday. Mildred Shafer visited her aunt and other friends in Cumberland over Sunday. Sharon Sharon, July 24 Members of the Mystery club of the Methodist Sunday school enjoyed an all day quilting and pot luck dinner at the church, Thursday. Mrs. James Reed Marquis is re covering from a major operation at Memorial hospital, Marietta. Mrs. Maude Jennings had the misfortune to fall down a flight of stairs at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Mary Boyd, Sunday morning, injuring her head. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Waldron of Columbus spent the weekend with her sister, Mrs. Nannie Brotton. Mrs. Charles Cain and daughter, Flossie, of Canton are visiting with relatives here. Mrs. Faye Cisler was visiting with Mrs. Lozzia Morrison, Sunday. Beryl Reed visited with her brother, Boyd Reed, and family of Claysville last week. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Hupp and daughter of Canton are visiting her sister, Mrs. Eloise Ralph, and mother, Mrs. Alice Davis. John Kuntz spent the weekend with Mrs. Kuntz at Canton. The ice cream social and dance sponsored by the 4-H club was a success and a nice sum of money added to their treasury. Olive Green WON’T BE LONG NOW Young urban America takes to the farm like ducks to the water. Typical of vacationing city youths is Dale Nielsen, 7, Nashville, Tenn. He is shown as he was spending his vacation on 1,700-acre farm, owned by his uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. G. B. Gunlogson, Tomahawk, Wis. These youngsters have been a big help to the farmers—and the farms of real help to them. It won’t be long before they are return ing to their city homes and to school. Olive Green, July 24—Doris and Lorraine Parks, of near Reiners ville, were Sunday dinner guests of their friend, Carol Bellville. Last Sunday afternoon guests were Jean and Jolene Long, of Caldwell. Miss Nellie Anderson was a Sun day callers of her brother, Ralph, and family, of near Reinersville. John “Mort” Barnhouse of the armed forces recently spent a short weekend with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Barnhouse, of near Forest Grove Ridge. Mr. and Mrs. “Poky” Stewart and daughter, Bernice and Betty June, were last Sunday callers of his mother, Mrs. Ethel Stewart. Mr. and Mrs. Stewart now live near Reinersville, they are for merly of this place. Joan Berry, of near Rich Valley, was visiting a few days last week with her sister and brother-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. “Chad” Nichols and daughter. Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Rumble and small daughter, of Sharon, were Sunday callers of Mr. and Mrs. Irvil Armstrong. Mr. and Mrs. Willis Ralph have purchased property in Caldwell. They will move there in the near future. Ruth Nichols, Erleane Stewart, and Evealeana Armstrong were Friday afternoon callers of Mrs. Dorothy Harmon and Mrs. Willis Ralph. Pleasant Valley Pleasant Valley, July 24 W. T. Hague attended the stock sale at Zanesville last Wednesday. Mrs. Charles Feldner, Mrs. Rich ard Bates, and Lydia and Sarah Gant called on Rosa Miller last week. W. T. Hague made a business trip to Marietta, Thursday. Mrs. Hazel Moore and children spent part of last week at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. James Wickham. Angie Johns took dinner with Mr. and Mrs. George Smith, Sun day. Mr. and Mrs. George Smith, Mr. and Mrs. Shelby Green and son, John, Charles Miller, Delbert Miller and family, James Wickham and W. T. Hague were calling in Cald well, Saturday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. George Smith vis ited Ross Smith and family last Thursday. Varney Edwards and family, Bill Huffman and family of Canton vis ited over the weekend at the home of James Wickham and wife. Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Snyder, Mr. and Mrs. Junior Snyder and son, Edward, attended the Franklin re union at Cambridge, Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Craig and children called on Mr. and Mrs. S. S. Green, Sunday afternoon. W. T. Hague took dinner with Ernest Davis and wife, Sunday. Rev. Maria Tschappat preached a very inspiring sermon at East Union Sunday afternoon. Photo Developing—Gillespie’s Middleburg Middleburg, July 24—Mrs. Le land Clark is spending few days this week with relatives at Canton. Mrs Lois Gildow and daughter spent last week with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Edson Clark and family of Middleburg. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Estadt and children of Braddock, Pa., Mir. and Mrs. Paul Shunning and children of Harrisburg spent the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Francis Thomp son and family of Rado Ridge. Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Edward Gildow were: Mr .and Mrs. Earl Mallett and son, Larry, of Hiramsburg, Mr. and Mrs. Alex Bettinger of Caldwell route, Mrs. Tilile Gildow and family of Crum town, Mr. and Mrs. Gay Bettinger and family of Wolf Pen. Mrs. Hulda Williams returned home after spending a few days with Mr. and Mrs. Lee Mitchell and family of Caldwell. Callers at Marietta Saturday were Mr. W. J. Schott and children, Victor, Mary May, and Dorothy, Mrs. Thelma Clark Carolyn Mitch ell, Mildred Eichhorn, Hulda WiT iams, and Homer Barnes. Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Watson were callers at Middleburg Sunday eve ning. Miss Louise Morrison returned home Sunday evening after spend ing a few days with Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Watson of Senecaville. Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Hayes of Dexter City spent Sunday evening with Mr. and Mrs. Charles Clrak of Middleburg. Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Page Nine Harry Mitchell were Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Mayo and son of Caldwell, Mr. and Mrs. Lee Mitchell and family, also of Caldwell. Donald Shockling of Braddock, Pa. spent Friday evening with Mr. and Mrs. Walter Estadt and their daughter, Fern. Mrs. Carrie Clark of South Olive spent last week with Mr. and Mrs. Edson Clark and family of Middle burg. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Harriman and family of Wolf Pen spent Sun day with Mr .and Mrs. Sam Van fossen of near Lowell. Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Eichhorn and family spent Sunday with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Spence and famliy near Berne. Mrs. Helen Cousins and children of Zanesville, Mrs. Albert Mallett and son of Hiramsburg, Miss Kath leen Bettinger of Caldwell, Mrs. Beulah Hesson and children of Macksburg, Mrs. Edward Gildow of Middleburg, Dale Springer of Cald well, spent Wednesday with Mr. and Mrs. Alex Bettinger. Photo Developing—Gillespie’s SHERIFF’S SALE IN PARTITION The State of Ohio, Noble County. Common Pleas Court Case No. 8635 Harry B. Snyder, Plaintiff, vs. Inez Franklin and Clarence W. Snyder, Defendants. Notice is hereby given, that on Saturday the 3rd Day of August, 1946, at the Hour of 10:00 O’clock, A. Mn I will offer for sale at public auction at the West Door of the Court House in Caldwell, Ohio, the following real estate, situate in the County of Noble and State of Ohio, and in the Township of Marion, to-wit: And being the NWi of Section 24. Township 7, Range 8, excepting 16.36 acres out of the Southwest comer. Also excepting 2% acres, described as follows: commencing at the Northwest comer of Section 24 and running South along the Section line 36 rods to a stone which is the commencing point of the tract herein excepted thence from said stone running a southeasterly direction 49 rods and five (5) feet to a stone at the Northeast corner of the lands of Frank Craig, thence run West aleng the North line of the lands of Frank Craig, to the Section line, thence run north along the Section line to the place of beginning. Total number of acres, 144.54, more or less. Appraised at $2,800.00, and cannot be sold for less than TWO-THIRDS of that amount. Said premises to be sold as the prop erty of the parties to the above action, on an order of sale in Partition from the Common Pleas Court of Noble County, Ohio, and directed to me, the undersigned Sheriff. TERMS OF SALE—CASH. Given under my hand this 26th day of June, 1946. CLAYTON McKEE, Sheriff of Noble County. Ohio. By Harry L. Merritt, Deputy Sheriff. W. V. Archer—Attorney. 3_5t_____________________________________ SHERIFF’S SALE IN PARTITION The State of Ohio, Noble County. Common Pleas Court. Case No. 8637 EARL JENNINGS, Plaintiff. vs. LILLIAN BOYD, ET. AL, Defendants Notice is herebv given, that on SATURDAY, THE 27TH DAY OF JULY A. D, 1946, AT THE HOUR OF 10:90 O’CLOCK, A. ML, I will offer for sale at public auction at the West Door of Court House in Cald well. Ohio, the following real estate, situate in the County of Noble and State of Ohio, and in the Township of Sharon, to-wit: Situated in the State of Ohio, County of Noble and Village of Sharon and be ing lot 59 and the west half of lot No. 6 in said town of Sharon and being the same premises conveyed by Mary Drake to Margaret J. Phillis by deed dated July 31, 1913, and recorded in Volume 64 at page 479 Deed Records of Noble County, Ohio. Appraised at $1800.00, and cannot be sold for less than TWO-THIRDS of that amount. Said premises to be sold an the prop erty of the parties to the above action, on an order of sale in Partition from the Common Pleas Court of Noble County. Ohio, and directed to me. the under signed Sheriff. TERMS OF SALE: CASH. Given under my hand this 24b day of June. 1946. CLAYTON McKEE, Sheriff Noble County, (Mito. By Harry L. Merritt. Deputy. L. C. Young. Attorney. 50 51 52 1 2 NOTICE OF SALE I will offer for public auction at the West Door of the Court House in Cald well. Ohio, on the 20th day of Julv, 1946. at 10:00 o’clock A. M„ what is known as the C. I. McKee farm of 192.50 acres, more or less, in Noble County, Ohio. Said farm is located three miles from Caldwell and one mile from Dudley on improved roads, good buildings, well watered, and very fertile. One producing gas well there on. Deep coal is reserved on eighteen acres in the South portion, but all shallow coal and deep coal on the re mainder goes with the farm. Appraised at Seventy-seven Hundred Dollars and must be sold for not less than two-thirds of that sum. LESTER McKEE. Admr. with the Will Annexed of the Estate of C. I. McKee. 2— Deceased. Notice of Appointment Estate of Joseph Fischer, Deceased. Notice is hereby given that Carl J. Fisher, of 1904 Market Street, Wheeling, W. Va., has been duly appointed Execu tor of the estate of Joseph Fischer, de ceased, late of Noble County, Ohio. Creditors are required to file their claims with said fiduciary within four months or be forever barred. Dated this 8th day of July, 1946. OTTO POLING. Probate Judge of said County.