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SHORTS
By LONG
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ALUMNI BAND MEMBERS, num
bering 25 strong, presented the Sat
urday night band concert last week
before a large and enthusiastic au
dience. In fact the idea turned out
to be such a good one, that it may
be carried out each year. Nostalgic
memories of bygone school days
were brought to mind as these for
mer band members paraded around
the square preceding the concert
with Joan Rodrian in the lead. Band
director Marvin P. Wood presented
each member" as well as the four
former band presidents, Amy Bow
en, Martha Sanford, Joan Rodrian,
and Walter Colley. One selection,
“Old Comrades”, was dedicated to
Charles Tarleton.
THOSE TAKING PART in the con
cert and the classes represented are
as follows: 1939—George and Don
nadene Walkenshaw and Mabel
Walters 1940—John Kirchner 1941
-—Jack Wilson and Martha Sanford
1942—Myron Merry, Joan Rodrian
and Bob Bowen 1943—Mabel Mul
bach 1944—Bill Archer, Bud Ral
ston, Melba Rutherford, Erma Gray,
Jane Morgareidge, Betty Faye San
ford, Amy Bowen, and Eileen Pick
enpaugh 1945—Walter Colley, Mar
tha Clark, and Irene Marquis 1946
—Clyta Musser, Nancy Barnhouse,
Donna Lee Smith, and Ruth Brown.
PRESENT BAND MEMBERS are
enjoying their annual two weeks
band camp at the fairgrounds, with
Chauncey-Dover band also repre
sented to swell the total number to
93. Director Marvin P. Wood is in
charge of the camp with his sister,
Mrs. Grace Wood Huffman in
charge of the girls. Expenses are
being shared by both bands with
each furnishing band mothers to
help with the cooking and work.
Lucille Fowler is head cook, assisted
by Mrs. Elizabeth Estadt and Mabel
Parks of Caldweli, and four ladies
from Chauncey. On Monday, all the
Caldwell band members were mea
sured for new uniforms to be order
ed from the C. E. Ward Co. of New
London.
COMPLETE LIST of the Caldwell
kids attending the camp are: trom
boniums—Donna Gail Brown, Bob
McGinnis, Donna Jean McDonald,
Mary Nelson, Glenna Gould, Doi is
Craft baritones—Georgianna Rice,
Mary Louise Ditch, Nancy Secrest,
Lois Johnson basses—Dave Merry,
Charles Fogle, Joe Bigley, Carlos
Murrey, Virgil Tilton, Eddie Ditch,
Darrell Koons saxophones—Mary
Jane Farley, Ruth Annette Smith,
Lois Roberts, Jane Frederickson,
Connie Sklenar, Charlene Harris,
drums—Tom Zimmerman, Rodney
House, Bill Semon, Martha Mae
Estadt piccolo—Joan Ackley bell
lyre—Janet Pickenpaugh trumpets
—Dorothy Rucker, Jimmy McGreg
or, Tad Young, Luke Young, Dor
othy Wycoff, Dave Huprich, Patty
Weekley, Nancy Williams, Charles
Douglass, Rebecca Shroyer, Dorothy
Weekley, Bonnie Waite, Harley
Fowler drum major—Elsie Dowler.
FOOTBALL SCHEDULE for Cald
well High School now includes nine
games, five at home and four away,
as follows: Sept. 13—Marietta Re
serves, H. Sept. 20—Crooksville,
A. Sept, 26—Philo, H. Oct. 4—New
Lexington, A. Oct. 10—New Con
cord, H. Oct. 18—Parkersburg Little
Reds, A. Oct. 25—Glouster, A. Oct.
31—Roseville, H. Nov. 11—McCon
nelsville, H.
ELSEWHERE in the league, we find
New Lex going ahead with lights
for their football field and other
improvements to cost approximately
$5,000. Their lighting system will
be similar to that of Caldwell with
their booster club also backing the
project.
AT CROOKSVILLE, Ray Osbourne
has been replaced as coach by Henry
Schroph for the coming year. Other
league teams will hate to see Os
bourne go, since they would like to
get revenge sometime for the mer
ciless drubbings handed out by his
football teams the past two seasons.
McConnelsville win find Joe
Rich once again at the head of the
athletic department, replacing Jim
Vollmer who has acepted the coach
ing duties at Dresden high schooL
ROSEVILLE is likewise making a
K .bid to come up with a challenging
team. Two former Muskingum boys
have been signed up for football and
basketball coaches. John “Red"
Smith, member of the 1939 Muskie
Ohio conference champs will handle
football, while Mike LoPresti, all
Ohio forward in 1943, will coach
basketball.
SHORTS—One section of the ser
vice board in the courthouse park
will be left standing to carry the
Caldwell football schedule for the
season Wood and Dyer were
busy last week weeding and mowing
the thin catch of grass on the foot
ball field .With careful nursing
and a little luck, enough grass may
push through for this year New
cupboards and built-in sinks have
been constructed in the home eco
nomics rooms at the high school
Ralston’s drug store has added
several new counters with modern
booths scheduled to follow shortly
Ralph Craft takes the prize for
the most unusual vegetable grown
this year, a tomato with a perfect
set of curved horns on each side
Lena Alter is the proud recipient
of an autographed edition of “Hail
to the Jeep” by Wade Wells, former
Noble County boy It's,said that
Melba Pickenpaugh, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Owen Pickenpaugh, has
^.tended eight years of grade school
four years of high school, and two
years *of college, without being ab-
Deaths
MARRIED AT FULDA
MRS. RUPERT E. MICHEL
Pictured above is Miss Irene Rohrig, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Walter Rohrig, of Fulda, whose marriage to Rupert Michel, east of
Caldwell, was a recent social event. The nuptials were exchanged in
the St. Mary’s Catholic church, Fulda. The bridegroom is a son of Mr.
and Mrs. Edward Michel, this community.
sent or tardy a single time. Some
record, that is Dave Stellfox has
installed a new-fangled juke box
with amplifier in front of the store,
that’s making quite a hit with the
younger set Seemed like every
one was going camping last week—
band camp. 4-H camp, Bethesda
camp—and after that just three
weeks uitil school starts. O. K., I
quit
FRANK MILLER
Frank Miller, 85, died Sunday
at 6:30 p. m. at the home of his sis
ter, Mrs. Elza Triplett, Batesville,
following a two weeks’ illness. He
was born in Noble county, the son
of A. J. and Margaret Shuman
the only survivor. His wife, a
brother and two sisters proceeded
him in death.
Funeral services were held Tues
day at 1:30 p. m. from the Eberle
funeral home by Rev. A. A. Gil
more, pastor of the Quaker City
Methodist church. Burial was made
in the Batesville cometary.
MRS. ADDIE BOORD
Mrs. Addie Boord, wife of
Thomas Boord, Marietta, died in
Memorial hospital, Marietta, Tues
day night. She was suffering from
a heart attack and pneumonia. The
body was brought to the McVay
Schilling funeral home in Dexter
City, where it remained until the
hour of the funeral. Funeral ser
vices were held in the New Har
mony Baptist church, South Olive,
with Rev. David A. Doan, officia
ting. Burial was made in the cemc
tary at Bartlett, Ohio.
In addition to her husband, she
is survived by two children, Ellery
Boord, of Dexter City, and Mrs.
Glenna Luke of the home, and two
grandchildren, Patricia and Nancy
Jean Boord. A sister, Mrs. Elizabeth
McPeek and several brothers re
side in West Virginia.
MRS. LILLIAN EYSSEN
Mrs. Lillian Tilton Eyssen, for
mer Caldwell resident, died Wed
nesday in a Newark hospital follow
ing illness. Mrs. Eyssen was a
daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs.
Luther Tilton and was born south
of Caldwell, where she spent all her
earlier life. She taught school for
many years in Noble county and
Maple Heights, Caldwell.
Surviving are a son and two
daughters, Elmer Eyssen, of Bruns
wick, Mrs. Ethel Ruffner, of New
ark, and Mrs. Vesta McCall, of
Worthington, and several grand
children and great grandchildren.
A sister, Mrs. Abbott Wagner, of
Crooked Tree is also surviving.
Funeral services were held at
2:30 last Thursday afternoon, foll
owed by burial in the Olive ceme
tary.
PHILLIP D. STARR
Phillip D. Starr, 79, died at 9
p. m. Wednesday at his home on the
Barnesville Temperanceville road.
Born in Noble county, he was the
son of Wesley and Christine Bower
sock Starr.
Surviving are his wife, Mrs. Mary
Keylor Starr, and the following
children, Carl of the home, Mrs.
Pearl Carpenter, Mrs. Christine
Hannahs, Quaker City route Mrs.
Mabel Wisterman, Alton, Mo., Miss
Kathryn Starr, St. Clairsville and
Mrs. Lucas, Barnesville route.
The body was removed to the
Eberle funeral home in Quaker
City.
MISS INEZ DANFORD
Miss Inez Danford, 63, daughter
of the late Samuel and Elizabeth
Young Danford, died at the home
ol Mrs. and Mrs. Lemuel Moore at
Sarahsville, at one o’clock, Satur
day morning. Although Miss Dan
ford had been in failing health for
some time, her death was unex
pected at this time.
Surviving' are two sisters, Mrs.
Sarah Danford Neuhare, Hermose,
Calif., formerly of Caldwell, and
Mrs. Fannie Ulrich, of Chicago,
Illinois.
MRS. JENNIE DAILY
Mrs. Jennie Daily, 84, of Dresden,
died Sunday morning at the home
cl her niece, Miss Anna Kackley,
South Zanesville, following a heart
attack.
A native of Noble county, Mrs.
Daily was a daughter of Elias and
Susan Kackley, Mrs. Alta Davis, of
Spruce street, is a niece of the de
ceased.
Funeral services were held Tues
day and interment made at Dres
den.
dr. ii. b.
Lowry
Dr. II. B. Lowry, 83, well known
in Noble county, died at his home in
Senecaville Saturday afternoon, fol
lowing a short illness. Dr. Lowry
who was a dentist for 62 years, was
believed to have been one of the
eldest practicing dentists in Ohio
until stricken ill seven weeks ago.
Funeral services were held Tues
day from the home with Rev. A.
Dale Sowers, pastor of the First
Presbyterian church, ofiicating. In
terment was made in the Seneca
ville cemetery.
Surviving are his wife and three
children.
KEV. WILLIAM SMALL
Friends and relatives in Caldwell
have been notified of the death of
Mrs. William Small, the former
Leora Lovena Cunningham, which
occurred at her home near Carroll
ton, Wednesday morning, July 31.
She was 57 years old.
Mrs. Small was born at South
Olive, the daughter of Francis G.
and Frances J. Cunningham. She
was married to William E. Small at
Caldwell on November 3, 1907. Sur
viving are her husband, two sons,
Francis J„ of Sherrodsville, Robert
D. of Carrollton route 3, three
daughters, Mrs. Fern Workman of
Canton, Mrs. Maurine George of
Carrollton route 3 and Marjory of
the home. There are ten grandchil
dren, one sister, Mrs. J. J. Addis of
South Olive and several neices and
nephews.
Funeral services were held Friday
afternoon at 2 o’clock and interment
made in the Scraggs field cemetery.
Rev. Ball of Pittsburg, Pa., Rev.
Wright and Rev. York of Carrollton
efficiated. Rev. York is formerly of
Caldwell and knew the Small fam
ily when they resided in this com
munity.
Mrs. Small was active in church
Bible class and president of the Mis
sionary society.
HOMECOMING PLANNED
A homecoming at the East Union
church is being planned for Sun
day, August 18. All former pas
tors and others are cordially in
vited to attend. Services will be
gin at 10:00 o’clock. Rev. Tschap
pat will conduct the afternoon pro
gram. A basket dinner will be en
joyed.
FRUIT JARS AVAILABLE
A number of fruit or canning
jars were left at the grade school
building several years ago when
the WPA was in charge of the hot
lunch project there. The owners
may have same by calling for
them not later than Friday. Other
wise they are to be sold for 25
cents per dozen. They are in
quart and half-gallon sizes.
TO ORGANIZE AUXILIARY
Plans are being made to organ
ize an auxiliary for local Post No.
4721, VFW. A meeting for this
purpose will be held Thursday
evening at 8:00 o’clock in the VFW
hall. A representative from Zanes
ville will be present to explain the
set-up in organization. All moth
ers, wives and daughters over 14
years of age are eligible to become
members.
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