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1. Page Ten Buying 1— Mi •ONE SOW, to farrow October 1 also one pony, mare. Arthur Thompson, Summerfield Route 1, located between Summer 4pd Ohio, field and East Union. FOR SALE NOTICES A 33 ACRE FARM, located ft mile north of South Olive. Write Glen Johnson, Newsomertown, Ohio. R. F. D. 1. 4 5 6pd. STUDIO COUCH and kitchen set, Can be seen at Eli Veinovich store, north of Caldwell. 4pd. ONE FOUR-year-old black mare. Walter Fogle, Caldwell Route 1, Ohio. 4pd NINE ROOM house with bath, ar ranged for two apartments, lo cated on East street, Caldwell. Newly decorated this spring. Gar den and outbuildings. Good in vestment. See G. T. Jennings or Martha Grimes, Caldwell, Ohio. 4 5 pd HAWTHORNE BICYCLE, in good condition. Ivan Ellison, Caldwell Route 2, Ohio, 3 miles south of Olive Green. 4pd V-8 1935 MODEL in good condi tion. Low mileage. C. G. Schell, one mile west of Berne. 4pd O. K. I. ELECTRIC welder, 150 amp., hook and cables, with some rods. Phone 149-XR. 4pd CREAM SEPARATOR, good as new, $25.00. Phone 190-F-22. 4pd. HOUSE 28 36, with eight rooms and slate roof. Clem Archer, Summerfield Route 1, Ohio. 4 5 6pd ONE GAS range one Master Tone cabinet phonograph one new Sparton cabinet radio. Ira Pryor, East Bridge Street, Caldwell, Ohio. 4pd. MATCHED TEAM of black horses, quiet and good workers. Homer Tilton, Caldwell Route 3, Ohio, lo cated on the hill above the railroad bridge below Dudley, Ohio. 3 4 5pd 25 PIGS, ready to go. $10.00 each. John Egnot, Macksburg, Ohio. 3 4pd ECONOMY KING cream separator, size 16. In good condition. Priced for a quick sale. Herbert Clark, Caldwell Route 3, Ohio. 3 4 5pd 1940 CHEVROLET 1% ton truck, long wheel-base, and two milk cows. H. F. Pryor, Sarahsville, Ohio. 3 4 5 pd on or & 4 WE HAVE ONE steel wagon, rubber tires, either with tongue tractor hitch. George Estadt Sons, Caldwell, Ohio. 164 ACRE FARM located 1*4 miles west of Harriettsville and miles south of Middleburg, with five room house, bam, and other out buildings. Electric available. Twelve acres of bottom land, and good roll ing hill land. All underlaid with coal and some timber. Well watered. Possession soon as crop is saved. For particulars see or write Louis Crock, Dexter City Route 2, Ohio. 5pd TWO INCH rolls of gummed tape, 500 ft., 75c. The Journal. FARMERS For larger litters, easier, farrowing, and stronger pigs, use Rex Wheat Germ Oil. At •drug and feed stores. 36 to 9c •GENUINE Maytag ■rolls for ■machines. •Caldwell. replacement parts for Washers. Also wringer all makes of washing Brady’s Radio Shop, 29tfc FARMERS Treat shy and non breeding cows with Rex Wheat Germ Oil. At drug and feed stores. 36 to 9c WANTED TO BUY HOUSE WITH small acreage, on U. S. Route 21. L. E. Haga, Dexter City Route 1, Ohio. Phone Dexter City 701-F-ll. 4pd GOOD PRICES paid for old furni ture, rope or spool beds, old desks, chest of drawers, corner cupboards, old lamps, music boxes, six leg tables, old China and glassware. Guns or any old article in wood, brass, or copper, over 50 years old. Write. Tell us what you have. We will call and pay you top cash prices. Shuster’s, Box 435, Navarre, Ohio. 42 tfn LOST 7— LOST, STRAYED or stolen, black and tan female hound, six years old. Reward. Vernon Dimmerling, Berne, Ohio. 4 5 6pd Corner Cupboards 50—Wanted—50 Or Flat 2-piece Wall Cupboards AT ONCE. Highest Prices ALSO ANY OTHER ANTIQUES Harold E. Myers West Main Street BARNESVILLE, OHIO JOURNAL CLASSIFIEDS For Results Phone 98 Place! For Results Phone 98 Place! BUY AT HOME—In Caldwell it is only $45.00 for a Gents’ good 17 jewel wrist watch (all taxes paid). Guaranteed to be equal to any highly advertised watch in larger towns at $75.00 to $100.00 The overhead expense in Caldwell is small compared to city rents. So look before you buy. It costs you )ok before you buy. nothing to look. watch, busines as We know good from bad ones. That is After 20 years with your jeweler you surely confidence in us. If not, are ready to quit. We you money on diamonds, are in contact with the our you can put then we■ can save: too. We? better diamond houses at all times. It costs you nothing, but your time to investigate. E. E. Walters, Jeweler. All Summer Dresses and Chil dren’s Coats Will Be Closed Out, Regardless of Cost. Gray’s. ROOFS AND porches repainted. Phone 750-F-2 or 85-W. See Grant Davis or Woodie Pilcher. 4 5 6pd. ENERAL HAULING, coal, cattle, etc. Call 7179-F-5. Robert Reed. 5 6c 4 and ALL MAKES of !sweepers washers repaired. guaranteed. Call 167 or Kirby Vacuum Cleaner Co., Ohio. All work Caldwell, 4pd COAL HAULING. From any mine and prices. Prompt Keith, Phone 714-F-3. any amount. Reasonable Orders are now accepted. delivery assured. Russel Caldwell Route 6, Ohio. 3-9c LAWN MOWER sharpening and re pair. Also saw sharpening. Joe Estadt. Leave work at Caldwell Implement & Supply Co. ONE INCH rolls of gummed tape, 600 ft., 35c. The Journal. Some of Those “Hard-To-Get” Items Will Be On Sale Saturday. Gray’s. LOCAL AND long distance hauling. Also Cambridge coal hauled, 22c a bushel. Curtis King Transfer, Box 269, Caldwell, Ohio. Phone 6323, Byesville, Ohio. 30 ti PUBLIC SALES I will offer for sale the follow ing personal property and live stock in connection with the sale on Saturday, August 17, at Amelia Crum’s farm: the late Bradly 12-inch Deering Farm tools: new David manure spreader, on new tires new McCormick mowing machine Syracuse plow 1 fork and two pulleys good shovel cultivator new Par electric fencer, with battery, lators, etc., two chickekn feeders and one water fountain one pitch fork wheel barrow, and other small items. side hay five Max insu- new land new double Livetsock: one 14-month-old reg and one four istered Hereford bull half share in the following: young cows with calves at side and five other calves on cows, six yearlings and one Hereford cow. Also wheat and oats iq bin. DELBERT CRUM, Caldwell Route 1, Ohio 4 5c The heirs of the late Amelia Crum are offering for public sale at the deceased’s property, located 4’4 miles east of Caldwell, on the Cald well-Fulda road, on Saturday, Au gust 17, 1946, at 10:00 o’clock a. m., the following personal property. Household goods—one gas cook stove one gas heater two extension tables one sewing machine two dressers three rugs one living room suite one dining room suite one stand and sep two Farm machinery—one cream arator one Maytag washer iron kettles one hillside plow one cultivator one single shovel plow one harrow one grain binder one grain drill one corn drill one low wheel wagon, with box and ladder one Deering mower disk harrow one extension ladder one chain hoist one drill press one set of dies one iron vice one sad dle one set of work harness. hay one Livestock—eight young cows four calves and three yearlings. Many other articles too numerous ot mention. Terms—Made known on day of sale. EDWARD P. CRUM, Administrator. E. R. Tom—Auctioneer. 3 4 5c WANTED HIGHEST CASH prices for an tiques. Corner and flat cupboards, chairs, stands, tables, chairs, poster beds, china, glass, copper, brass, funs and jewelry. We buy one piece or a house full. Rollers Antiques. U. S. Route 40. Quaker City Route 3, Ohio. 2-1 Ipd THE Selling WANTED HOUSEKEEPER, WHITE 25 to 55.] )ne By former resident of Caldwell, now living* in Cleveland. Two adults, one child of school age. General duties. No heavy laundry. Plain cooking. Excellent salary. Write Box 90, %The Journal, Caldwell, Ohio. 4pd PUMP AND 114-inch pipe for drilled water well. Ira Pryor, East Street, Caldwell, Ohio. 4pd SICKNESS CAUSES vacancy of West Morgan county Rawleigh business. Eight full townships over 2000 families. Company rep resentative will assist you in com pleting arrangements to Products can be transferred from present dealer, experience or Write at once. OHH-74-203, Freeport, Ill. 4 5 6pd start. saving time. No capital necessary. Rawleigh’s, Dept. GIRL OR woman for general housework. Good wages. Mrs. Harry A. Semon, Box 305, Cald well, Ohio. 3 4 5c ONE OR MORE coal diggers, five foot coal. S. S. Creen, Summer field Route 2, Ohio. 3 4 5pd FOR RENT A HOUSE IN Maple Heights, Ter race Addition, with five rooms. Call 161-F-4. Chester Sutherland. 4c LEGAL NOTICES Sealed bids will be received by the Clerk of the Village of Caldwell, Noble County. Ohio, until twelve (12) o’clock noon- on the seventeenth day of Augurt, J°46, at her office in City Hall, Caid well. Ohio, for furnishing one Tanker Style Fire Engine which shall have a four hundred 1400) gallon booster tank, a five hundred (500) gallon high pres sure fire pump either "up front mount” or "midship mount” and full equip ment according to general specifications ot the National Board of Fire Under writers for engines of this kind with approximately 100 horse-power IGO wheelbase and 750 20 tires and cab with heater. Each bid must be secured by a cer tified check in the sum of five hundred dollars ($500 00) upon some solvent ank of the State of Ohio as guaranty that if the bid is successful a contract will be entered into and its performance oroperly secured. re tire The right is expressly reserved to any and all bids and to select bid for our purpose. best THE VILLAGE OF CALDWELL, OHIO. By Violet Morgareidge, Clerk. August 1, 1946. 4 Dated CARD OF THANKS I wish to thank all my friends and neighbors who remembered me with cards, letters, and flowers, and who assisted in any way during my recent illness. Mrs. Clark Bryan, Ava, Route 1 PRODUCE QUOTATIONS The following prices were quoted by the Caldwell Produce Company effective, Wednesday, August 7— heavy springers----- 4 lbs. up 28c Light springers----------------- lb. 25c Heavy hens Light hens---------------- White ducks Colored ducks Geese Old cocks Young tom turkeys Young hen turkeys Old tom turkeys Old hen turkeys-------------- lb. Rabbits lb. Large gr. A white eggs doz. Large gr. A brown eggs doz. Medium gr. A brown eggs doz. Medium gr. A white eggs doz. Large gr. white eggs Large gr. brown eggs Current receipt eggs doz. Pullett eggs doz. August 14, Valley 4-H be given be served. REMOVED PROMPTLY —Call— Caldwell Fertilizer Phone 78 Reverse Charges lb. lb. 24c 19c 20c 15c 20c 15c 28c 32c 28c 32c 15c 42c 41c 35c 35c lb. lb. lb. lb. lb. lb. lb. COUNTY BOARD MEETS August meeting of the Noble county board of education was held Friday afternoon at the office county superintendent, H. C. crest, Caldwell. of Se- O. Members attending were E. Bond, who is president of board, Virgil Law, Frank Burlin game, William B. Schott, and J. O. Gibson. the Only routine matters were dis cussed. GROVES REUNION The eleventh annual Groves re union will be held Sunday, August 11, at Mt. Zion. A basket dinner will be held at the noon hour and all families are requested to bring their own table service. Faye Groves is the secretary. SOCIAL AND DANCE A social and dance at Sharon grange hall will be held Wednes day, Rich will will 1 vited. sponsored by the club. Door prizes and refreshments The public is in- You Will Want Some of Those Lovely Dresses To Finish the Sum mer Now On Sale At Gray’s. DEAD STOCK JOURNAL CALDWELL OHIO An year year BURKHART HOMECOMING The annual picnic and homecom ing at St. Joseph’s, Burkhart, will be held Sunday, August 18. Both dinner and supper will be served and the public is invited to attend. Various popular country picnic at tractions will be on the grounds. Smithberger orchestra will furnish the music for the dance in the evening. LOVE-WALKER REUNION The annual Love-Walker reunion was held August 4th at Road Fork Baptist church. Approximately 150 were present. A basket dinner was enjoyed at the noon hour. A busi ness session and short program was held in the afternoon. Also much visiting and greeting both old and new relatives and friends. Three brothers of the Love family, were present, Theodore, the eldest, and Willard and Clark, twins, aged 67. One sister, Jane, of Marietta, was unable to attend. Mrs. Jesse Me Carry Williams, of Warren, was present, being the only represen tative of the Rhoda Love family. Mrs. Williams had in World War II. THE JOURNAL A Newspaper In and Published Every McGarry five sons was pre Mary Walker Vanfossen sent, being the eldest of the Walker family. One wedding within the last year was the marriage of Annabelle Love and Floyd Ross, of Akron. The youngest members of the Love family being the new infant daugh ters of Victoria Love Henderson, of Canton, and Ida Mae Christy, of Graysville. The Maywood Love quartet ren dered some very appropriate num bers during the program, dedicating one number to the six members deceased since the last meeting, Lewis Love and wife, of Proctor ville, Rhoda McGarry, of Harrietts ville, Edward Love, of Akron, Ben nett F. Love, of Ravenswood, W. Va. and Walter Hoskinson, of Dover. The outgoing officers were Ivan Love, of Summerfield, Charles Vanfossen, of Columbus, Maywood Love was elected new president for the next year, Bill Sutton, of Staf ford, as secretary, Mrs. Hattie Bonar, of Columbus, as treasurer. The reunion will be held the first Sunday in August at the Road Fork Baptist church this coming year. Those attending from a distance were: Mrs. Jesse Williams, of War ren, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Love, of Mantua, Herman Smith and family, Frank Bonar and family, Charles Vanfossen and family, Ralph Love, Miss Hatten, and Mr. Miller, Columbus, and John Murray, Chandlersville. MANSPERGER REUNION The fifth national biennial union of the Mansperger families of America was held at the county fairgrounds, Zanesville, on August 3, 1946. The doz. 40c doz. 39c 35c 26c For Caldwell and Noble County. Thursday at Caldwell, Ohio. CLARENCE J. ESTADT—Publisher. (OHN D. WHEELER—Editor. Office No. 809—Main Street. Independent Democrat newspaper that goes into the homes of Noble RATES OF SUBSCRIPTION (Outside Noble County) $2.00 Eight Months (Within Noble County and Radius) $1.50 Six Months ne Entered at the post office at Caldwell, Noble County, as second class jnail matter under Act of Congress of March 3, 1870 ANNOUNCEMENTS AND REUNIONS OF NOBLE COUNTY FAMILIES re- Mansperger families of America was organized as an association at the county fairgrounds, Zanesville, on August 1, 1936, and was incor porated as a non-profit corporation in the 1940. state of Ohio on June 29, reunion was opened with by John Mansperger of Pa. Following the 200 persons prayer Huntington, prayer, more than joined in singing the family hymn, “Ein’ Festi Berg its Unser Gott” (A Mighty Fortress Is Our God). Rev. Arlie R. Manperger, presi dent of the family corporation, de livered a brief address in which he welcomed 15 veterans of World War II on behalf of the corpora tion. In the absence of Major L. Mansperger of army intelligence, Martin M. Mansperger, veteran of World War I, and past commander of the Zanesville American Legion, post, responded on behalf of vet- BATH TOWELS ORGANDY VOILE WORK FIBER Phone No. 98. $1.50 $ .75 erans of World Wars I and II. Robert and Duane Mansperger, sons of Mr. and Mrs. Dale E. Mansperger, of Euclid, Ohio, gave a comic skit, followed by a read ing by Stanley Mansperger, son of C. Sheldon Mansperger, of Hunt ington, Pa. Salute to the flag was led Master Duane Mansperger, Euclid, Ohio. by of by Colored movies were shown Martin M. Mansperger, of Free port, N. Y., and colored movies were taken of those attending for showing at the next reunion. Officers for the 1946-48 reunion were elected as follows: president, Rev. Arlie R. Mansperger, of Holli days Cove, W. Va. first vice presi dent, Mrs. Frances Mansperger Bernard, of Tulsa, Okla. second vice president, Harmon Mansper ger, of Galion, Ohio recording sec- Mansperger, of corresponding Dorothy Jean retary, Sheldon Huntington, Pa. secretary, Miss Mansperger, of Cambridge, Ohio treasurer, Wilmer V. Mansperger, of Calvin, Pa. chaplain, Rev. Wal ter Brown, of South genealogist, Martin M. of Freeport, N. Y. Olive, Ohio Mansperger, in of of of named, Board of directors elude Charles Mansperger, Cleveland Dale Mansperger, Euclid, Frank E. Mansperger, Zanesville Mrs. Ruth Mansperger Stockwell, of Columbus Dr. Wil liam H. Mansperger, of Buffalo, Five states were represented at this reunion, Ohio, Pennsylvania, West Virginia, New Oklahoma. and York, will be the first The next reunion at the same place on urday in August, 1948. held Sat- Hold Shower Mrs. Earl Clymer, Mrs. Walter Velosky, and Mrs. Fred McDonald entertained a number of guests Friday evening at the home of Mr. and Mrs. James Carter, of South Olive, honoring their brother, Mr. and Mrs. Howard Devol, jr., new lyweds. Those present were: Lelia Wil son, Goldie Brown. Ernestine Davis, Helen Rossiter, Patty Ogle, Garnet Sanford, bel Davis, Wilson, Swain, Beulah Brown, Clara Davis, Ethel King, Mrs. Ada Bell, Nelle Headley, Kathryn Schilling, Bernice Web ber, Marjorie Love, Flossie Mc Kee, Sara Williams, Minnie Davis, Frona Nau,. Margaret Pryor, Lot tie Blake, Lillian Jordan, Ruth Harper, Pauline McFarland, Erma Brown, Sanford, Crum* Brown, Guy Brown, Earl Clymer, Alfred Ann Velosky, Irene Velosky, Nan cy Clymer, Mae McDonald, Flor ence Carter, James Carter,. Faye Donna Wells, Ma Antill, Ernestine K. Sanford, Swain, May Nola Pryor, Icel Martha Thelma Pryor, of of Nella Ball, Nan Dwight Gilbert Frank Charles Patton, Walter Davis, Edgar A. Johnson, Tilton, Howard Velosky, ROMEO’S JULIET Famous ladies of history who “got their w’ had clear, peach-like complexions. If ugly-looking pim ples and skin blemishes are mak ing you. miss out on dates and good times, you better get PRO-PLEX. Your pimples, blemishes and black headfl will simply vaiwsh. There is no other formula like it. Your sk n becomes soft and velvety within 34 hours. Yes, that is correct. 24 hours. There is no waiting. So why go on looking your worst when you can get so much more out of life by looking your best. Get PRO-PLEX. and see for your self— Ralston’s Pharmacy—Caldwell SORRY NO SCARCE ITEMS AVAILABLE We were unable to obtain delivery on any of the critical items for Saturday, August 10, 1946, except the following: SHIRTS SUIT CASES DRAPERY MATERIAL ALL LINEN TOWELING FANCY CRASH ALUMINUM WARE OVERALL JACKETS WATCH THE JOURNAL ... WE WILL HAVE MORE ITEMS SOON! The Wm. Hill Store ‘Since the Turn of the Century’ CALDWELL, OHIO Named Principal At Bethel Archie R. Morrison, former Noble county candidate for representative to the General Assembly, has re signed his position in the Dexter City high school to become principal of the Bethel high school, which is just across the boundary line in Monroe County. Mr. Morrison, who has taught for the past three years in the Elk local high school at Harriettsville, will continue to reside at his present home in Noble county. Tilton, Bruce Miller, Freda Tilton, Howard Devol, sr.r the honored guests, Mr. and Mrs. Howard De vol, jr., and the hostesses. Those who sent gifts, but were unable to attend were: Cora An till, Josephine Davis, Mr. and Mrs. Timmins, Gertie Haines, Vaughn, Hazel Boyd, Mrs. J. O. Miller, Mrs. Linas DeVolld, Mary Lou Patten, Jane Ann Clark, Nora Clymer, Hazel Webber, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Tilton, Norene Noble, May Wiley, Belva Landaker, Mrs. Mary Robinson, Beverly and Robinson. Frank Willis, Murray,. Arthur Murray, Preston, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Mrs. Noah Pitts, Mrs. Addi James Hazel Goldie Bauer, son Rossiter, Mr. and Mrs. Warren Rogers, Mrs J. E. Smith, and Nora Wiliikms. Picnic Dinner Dr. and Mrs. Kermit Groves of Pulman, Washington, are enroute to their home after spending the past month with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. F. Groves of Cambridge. While here they visited other rela tives in Noble and Guernsey coun ties. Recently a group of relatives gathered at the Groves home for a picnic dinner. Many of the guests had not seen each other for many years. Those present were: Mr -and Mrs. Fred Archer and daughter, Char lene and Marlene of Zanesville Mr. and Mrs. Harold Slagle and son, Jimmie of Columbus Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Franklin, Mr. and Mrs. Don ald Franklin and children. Gene and Carolyn Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Guiler and children, Carroll, Jolene, and Myron Elaine Archer, Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Calland, Mr. and Mrs mi Home Grown Onions 2 Lbs.—15c Empty Tomato Baskets Each—10c No. 1 Sweet Potatoes 2 Lbs.—29c Juicy Lemons 3 for 10c New All-Purpose Rit Seedless Grapes Lb.—35c Bean Beetle Dust 2 Lbs.—25c Thursday, August 8, 1946 Ralph T. Danford, Mr .and Mrs. C. Snyder of Summerfield Mr. and Mrs. Richard B. Wehr and daugh ter, Marilyn, Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Lloyd Markle and daughter, Donna Sue, of Quaker City Mrs. Charles Arnold, Mr .and Mrs. Walter Davis and daughters, Betty, Patty, and Wanda, Mr. and Mrs. J. J. (Rome) Groves, Zoe Groves, Richard and Faye Groves, of Sarahsville Jerry Lee Ruby of Winterset Mrs. Ralph Best and son, Kermit, of Clairton, Pa., Mr. and Mrs. Kermit Groves of Fullman, Washington, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Webb, Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Ruby, and Mr. and Mrs. Frank Ruby of Cambridge. Leighton McFerren In National Contest Leighton McFerren, formerly the Hoskinsville community, tended the national contest of American Guild of Banjoists, Man dolinists, and Guitarists, as a mem ber of the Bill Steed orchestra, of Zanesville. This contest was held in Buffalo, N. Y„ July 26, 27, 28, and 29. Mr. trie standard orchestra. Plans Completed For Hot Lunch Project At a called meeting of the Cald well Mothers club, Monday evening, preliminary plans were completed for sponsoring the hot lunch pro ject at the local grade schools. Mrs. Charles Evilsizer will again head the project and named man ager. Mrs. John Parks, will plan the meals, as well as assist in the cook in. Others who will assist are Mrs. Harry Davis, Mrs. Elizabeth Estadt and Mrs. John Boyd, who will be the substitute cook. The project has b^en sponsored by the local club for the past sev eral years. Clearance Sale Now. On At Gray’s NOW AVAILABLE! SCREEN WIRE 42 Inch 32 Inch Limited Quantity! R. MOORE LUMBER CO. CALDWELL, OHIO —Phone 54—• i»n«i»»i«iiifi 0. R.FARLEV & SON ALL KINDS OF INSURANCE GREAT NORTHERN BEANS 2 Lbs. All-American Flour 25-Lb. Sack—$1.79 39c We Have Plenty of BREAD Now White Block Salt Each—55c Jar Rubbers With One Lip 2 Dozen—9c Box—23c Creamery Butter Lb.—73c Sure Jell For Making Jelly 2 Boxes—25c Wide Mouth Fruit Jars Pint Quart Half Gal. Prince Albert Tobacco 2 Cans—24c Dried Peaches 1-Lb. Bag—12c AT Ball’s Cash Market AND Ball’sWestSide Market I 4 of at the McFerren plays elec guitar in the Steed brought back five third prizes The group first and two While at Buffalo the group vis ited Niagara Falls and made the return trip through Antario, Can ada. Mr. McFerren expects to attend the International Guitar League contest in Cincinnati next week, with the Steed orchestra.