STELLFOX’S baseball team was de
feated by Cambridge Legion on the
local diamond last Thursday by the
score of 9-3. Caldwell, defeated at
Cambridge earlier this year 9-0, will
engage the Legion team at
place again on Friday.
BILL MURREY pitching for Cald
well, allowed 11 hits while his team
mates collected 10 off Hulse. Cald
well scored a rim in the second in
ning when Murrey walked and
scored on a long double by Davis.
In the fifth, consecutive hits by
Davis, Mitchell and Seffens pro
duced another run. The final tally
was in the seventh as the result of
hits by Slovak, Hanes and Davis.
Hutchison, rf __
Scott, ss ____
Gerst, cf ____
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PLAYERS on the local team
Tuffy Tilton, Milan Slovak,
Seffens and Bill Murrey of Cald
well Gene Hanes of Summerfield
Don Davis, Bernard Mitchell, Bill
Hutchison of Dexter Harold Weston
COON DOGS, owned by Irvil Con
ner of Caldwell route six, were
among the winners at the coon
hunters field trials at the McCon
nelsville fairgrounds on Sunday,
August 4. In the bench show which
attracted 24 entries, second place in
the derby class was, “Joy O’Con-
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MILES STEVENS, teacher
ant City last year, has been em
ployed as coach at Sarahsville for
the coming season. He will also
teach history. Mr. and Mrs. Stev
ens and sons, David and Hugh, re
side in Noble county, three miles
south of Pleasant City.
STAN MAZGAY was mentioned in
last week’s issue of the nationally
known paper, “Sporting News” for
his feat of hitting three triples in
one game for Evansville. Stan, who
has been plagued by a bad leg all
season, has been hitting consistently
getting a home run and two
doubles last week in addition to the
three triples. He is currently batting
BUD RALSTON and Bill Archer
had another story-book adventure
while at Bethesda Park last week
in Bud’s model-T. After going
through a bridge and starting up a
hill, the rear axle broke and it
started backwards. The boys jumped
out but the car went “over the hill”
literally and figuratively, while they
proceeded home another way. “It
was a gruelling encounter, mater,
but, I am elated to ejaculate that I
have emerged victorious.”
SHORTS—Ever notice the painting
on the screen door of the Kirby
Cleaners shop across the street from
Ehlermann’s It’s painted on the
screen and seeing is believing
Joan Rodrian, Caldwell’s only avia
trix, is the only woman flying in
structor at Ohio University, another
first for “Rody” Pearl Ralston
is sporting a hair-do quote ‘just like
the royalty of Norway and Sweden.’
For further details see “Buzz'
Starling Bellings are on the in
crease here, with one on Saturday
night and another on Monday.
Principals were Rev. and Mrs. Mc
Gee of Belle Valley and Mr. and
Mrs. Dick Davis of Caldwell
Former World Champ
Will Be At Marietta
High class amateur boxing will
revived in the Marietta-Parkersburg
sector with an outstanding boxing
program to be held in the Marietta
municipal stadium August 15 and
it is expected that this attraction
will lure many from Noble county.
Boxing headquarters are located
at 166 Front Street, Marietta.
Mrs. Clarence Feldner, Robert
Bowen, who recently was dis
charged from the army and Miss
Amy Bowen are enjoying a two
weeks vacation and outing on Lake
Erie. Miss Bowen plans to re-enter
the university at Delaware this fall.
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One of the oustanding attractions
will be the appearance of Sammy
Angott of Washington, Penna., for
mer lightweight champion of the
world. Angott will bring to Mari
etta 118-pound amateur to appear
on the card and following the main
go, Angptt will box three rounds
with a local slugger.
Matchmaker Paul A. Haddad an
nounced he has signed some of the
leading A. A. U. Golden Gloves
fighters of Eastern United States
both from the North and South.
HARRY JAMES and Maureen
O’Hara and Dick Haymes are
co-starred in 20th Century
Fox’s gay Technicolor mus
ical romance, “Do You Love
Me,” which is showing at the
Noble on Sunday and Monday,
August 18 and 19.
The high price of commercial
feed has brought a greater demand
for quality ingredients, according
to A. J. Gross, feed specialist of
the Farm Bureau Cooperative
sociation, Columbus. During
war much of the feeds lacked
ments vital to animal health
new discoveries have been
to make present supplies last
er, he said.
How livestock feed can be
to do a better job will be discussed
at the sixth annual Ohio Animal
Nutrition Conference to be held at
Ohio State University Oct. 31 and
Nov. 1, Gross reports. Feed ele
ments will be discussed in detail
by national nutritional authorities
during the two-day session.
ENJOYS FISHING TRIP
Mr. and Mrs. Gerald A. Hughes
of Columbus, formerly of the Shar
on community, have returned to
their home in that city after en
joying a fishing trip to the Lake
of Woods in western Ontario.
Hughes luck held out on the trip
and he caught a Great Northern
pike, weighing 22’^ pounds. It was
caught on a June bug spinner with
a small minnow and is said to have
been the second largest catch of
Gerald Hughes is a son of Mr. and
Mrs. Fulton C. Hughes of Dexter
City route and Mrs. Hughes is the
former Dorothy Parrish.
FORMER RESIDENT STRICKEN
R. L. Davidson of Trinidad, Colo
rado ,is improving from a cerebral
hemorrhage, which he suffered last
Monday while visiting at the home
of his half sister, Mrs. Mayme Smith
of Sarahsville. Mr. Davidson, who
returned to Noble county to attend
a family reunion, will remain for
Mrs. Anna Adkins and sons, Paul
and Harold Lytle are enroute to
California, where they will enjoy a
month’s visit with her son and the
latter’s brother, Lawrence Lytle.
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THE JOURNAL CALDWELL OHIO
Petition for authority to trans
fer title to motor vehicle filed ‘in
the estate of John McFarland.
Inventory and appraisement
filed in the estate of Alice C. Fin
ley, order of sale issued.
Certificate to transfer real estate
of Jacob Kimnach issued.
Will of Frank Miller filed, appli
cation for commission to take dis
position of witnesses to will filed.
Fir§t and final account of Rudy
Bigley and Bertha Merry, admin
istrators of the Alma Bigley, es
tate, filed, for hearing, September
Hearing had and will of R. A.
Gibson admitted to probate and
Hearing held in the estate of
Estella C. Gibson and the will ad
mitted to probate and record.
Bond approved and letters test
amentary issued to Frank S. De
Voe, estate of Estella C. Gibson.
Petition to sell stock filed in the
estate of Jane Gibson.
Application for letters of admin
istration filed in the estate of
Real Estate Transfers
Auditor Ray McVay to Richard F.
and Mary Hanes, Noble township,
5 acres, $22.46.
Auditor Ray McVay to John
Klobusnik, Laura lots, 8, 10, 16, 19,
18, 20 and 33. $43.50.
Auditor Ray McVay to Mike Yar
enko, Laura lots, 103, 147, and 133,
Auditor Ray McVay to Mike Turr,
Florence, lots 162 and 163, $18.62.
William F. Glidden to James M.
Johnson, Caldwell, lot 376.
Auditor Ray McVay to H. G. and
Dorah J. Williams, Mt. Ephraim,
lots 22 and 23, $12.50.
Emory T. Mulquin et al to Benny
Dillimorta et al, Beaver township,
Auditor Ray McVay to Mary Ma
cenko, Noble township, 1 acre.
Auditor Ray McVay to Mary Ma
cenko, Sr., Laura let 12, $70.00.
Mary J. Walters et al to Raymond
and Marie Poling, Center township,
Lucy McLaughlin to Raymond and
Marie Poling, Center township, 30
Raymond and Marie Poling to
Lucy McLaughlin, Center township,
John C. and Margaret Wilson to
Willis and Belle Ralph, Caldwell, lot
Auditor Ray McVay to Andy
Mika, Laura lots 106 and 107, $2.00.
Auditor Ray McVay to Andy
Mika, Noble township, 20/100 acres,
James C. Miller et al to Donald D.
and Dorothy Mincks, Jackson town
ship 105.10 acres.
David Ripley to Donald D. and
Dorothy Mincks, Jackson township,
Mary Durasko, deceased, to
George Durosko, Belle Valley, lot
Olive and Willis Stoneking to Al
berta Yoho, Brookfield township, 20
Ralph and Lalla Hicks to R. C.
Moore, Caldwell, lot 437.
Agnes Pysciak Johnson et al to
George W. and Evelyn Anderson,
Noble township, 60 acres.
Thomas E. and Louie Clark to
Clayton D. and Helen Allen, Jack
son township, 18.62 acres.
Auditor Ray McVay to John Pal
mer, Belle Valley, 62 acres, $80.00.
Auditor Ray McVay to John Pal
mer, Belle Valley, 33N, 35N, and
Gather and Lura Morrison to Wal
ter M. and Dortha Morrison, Wayne
township, 74.46 acres.
Ora Bond et al to Edgar and
Maurie Bates, Noble township, 30
Edgar and Maurie Bates to Wal
ter B. and Golda Wiley, Noble town
ship, 75.64 acres, $1800.00.
Auditor Ray McVay to Frank
Harriman, Jefferson township, 20
CLAUDE RAINS, Merle Oberon
and Charles Korvin are appear
ing in the outstanding dramatic
picture, “This Love of Ours,”
showing at the Roxy on Sunday
and Monday, August 18 and 19.
Jacob Kimnach, deceased, to John
Kimnach, Elk and Jefferson town
ship ,175.13 acres.
John Kimnach et al to Harley and
Margaret Thomas, Elk township,
Jefferson township, 175.13 acres.
Blanche C. Moss to G. Vergil and
Martha Howell Reed, Beaver town
Auditor Ray McVay to Clarence
and Geneva Lowman, Terrace addi
tion, lot 33, $60.00.
Linus and Clara Crock to Moses
Tonnous, Enoch township, 117!£ sq
Laura Moore et al to Wheeler and
Isa Gorby, Brookfield township,
Wheeler and Isa Gorby to R. C.
Slack, trustee, Brookfield township,
PREFERRED STOCK SALE
OPENS WITH SUCCESS
Sale of the four per cent pre
ferred stock being issued by the
Farm Bureau Cooperative Associa
tion, Columbus, passed the $240,
000 mark last week before the
drive formally opened August 1,
K. N. Probasco, treasurer of the
association, said today.
He attributed advance purchases
to releases made last month to the
press and radio of the action taken
by the cooperative board. The
board authorized the issuance of
$1,000,000 worth of the stock.
Capital will be used for further
expansion and increase farmer
ownership in the cooperative pro
gram, Probasco said.
Investments, he said, may be
made by anyone intrested in the
cooperative program. Farmers are
being contacted this month by
workers throughout the state.
A MAN FELT LIKE HIS
BONES WERE BROKEN,
DUE TO RHEUMATISM
One man recently stated that for
years he felt like the bones in his
legs were broken. This was due to
muscular rheumatism. His muscles
were swollen and his legs so stiff
and sore that he couldn’t walk with
out limping. He was in misery.
Recently he started taking RHU
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second day. The swelling and stiff
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QUAKER CITY’S 39th
Annual Homecoming i
THREE BIG DAYS AND NIGHTS
THURSDAY FRIDAY- SATURDAY
THURSDAY, AUGUST 22
M.—Baseball G. I.’s vs. Flushing.
M.—Band Concert, Byesville High School Band
Director, Charles Leiger.
M.—Band Concert Byesville High School Band.
FRIDAY, AUGUST 23
M.—Baseball G. I.’s vs. Woodsfield, Mgr. Sam Jones.
M.—Children’s Parade, led by Caldwell High School
Band Director, Marvin
M.—Band Concert, Caldwell
M.—Band Concert, Caldwell
M.—Prize Drawing, Legion Auxiliary Quilt.
High School Band.
High School Band.
SATURDAY, AUGUST 24
M.—Street Parade, led by Caldwell High School Band.
M.—Baseball G. I.’s vs. Cambridge Scrambies, Mgr.
—Other Arrangements Incomplete.
M.—American Legion Prize Drawing (24 prizes).
Admission—Including All Taxes, 15c
Children Under 12, Admitted Free.
Complimentary tickets to all in uniform or with
discharge emblem, on Thursday and Friday only.
Columbus—A fourth special ses
sion of the state legislature to con
sider old age pensions and creation
of commissions to study taxes and
state employees’ salaries was called
for August 20.
In his message to the law-makers,
Gov. Frank J. Lausche was ex
pected to recommend amendments
to the state old age pension law to
permit a maximum pension of $50
a month, or at least $45, made poss
ible by federal legislation.
The federal contribution was
raised from $20 to $25 maximum a
month and if the state followed the
present policy of matching dollar,
the maximum pension would be $50.
Noble county will have no repre
sentative in the state legislature,
until after the November election.
Formed At Marietta
Charles D. Fogle, attorney at law
announces the formation of a part
nership for the practice of law with
his son, Charles D. Fogle, Jr., with
ofifces in the First National Bank
Young Fogle wTas formerly en
gaged in the prosecution of Japan
ese war criminals in Tokyo, Japan,
as a member of the armed forces.
The partnership was effective
August 1. The attorney father-son
combination is already well estab
lished. The elder Mr. Fogle is well
known in Noble county, having ap
peared many times as a represent
ative of the legal bar.
Oil News And Notes
From Here And There
Leonard Hines et al are due in
the Injun the last of the week at
their W. P. Gardner No. 1, being
Virgil Watson et al are delayed
by motor trouble at their Henry
Ullman No. 1.
Frank H. Ward et al are drilling
at 900 ft. at their Siegenthaler No.
1 near Altitude.
Christman & Burns are drilling at
800 ft. at their Ruble Heirs No. 1.
‘House of Hits”
AUGUST 14 15
“GANGS OF THE
Matinee Saturday 2:00 P. M.
Also Chapter 8
Matinee Sunday 2:00 P. M.
UNIVER AL pnttntt
CARl ESMOND SUE ENGLAND
JESS BARKER RALPH MORGAN
News The Three Stooges
“THREE LONE WOLVES”
Our Big Night
AUGUST 21 22
“AN ANGEL COMES
—Second Swell Feature_
“Road To Alcatraz”
Thursday, August 15, 1946
Miss Lena Mills, memt
faculty at Bowling Green Univers
ity, that city, is enjoying a week’s
vacation at the home of her sister,
Mrs. Willis Hupp, North street
AUGUST 14 15
“MAMA LOVES PAPA”
-----2nd Saveli Feature-----
Both Features Shown After 8:18
AUGUST 16 17
Matinee Saturday—2:00 P. M.
Sport Reel “Rod & Gun”
AUGUST 18 19
Matinee Sunday—2:00 P. M.
is to a
TUESDAY, AUGUST 20
—•Our Big Night!_
The Gayest Outdoor Romance
AUGUST 21 22
—2nd Swell Feature—
“IT ALL CAME TRUE”
Both Features Shown After 8:27
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