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Cumberland—
THE JOURNAL
A Newspaper In and For Caldwell and Noble County.
Published Every Thursday at Caldwell, Ohio.
JOHN D. WHEELER—Editor. CLARENCE J. ESTADT—Publisher.
Office No. 309—Main Street. Phone No. 98.
An Independent Democrat newspaper that goes into the homes of Noble
Gamble-Kotoff Nuptials
Performed March 30
Cumberland, Aug. 14 An
nouncement was made the past
week of the Gamble-Kotoff nup
tials, of interest to many local
friends. Miss Juanita Gamble, the
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Clark
Gamble, 1328 Beckett Ave, Cam
bridge and Mr. Andrew Kotoff,
son of Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Ko
toff, Cumberland route 3, were
united in marriage on March 30,
this year at Greenup, Kentucky.
County and covers the Caldwell business zone like the sunshine.
RATES OF SUBSCRIPTION
(Outside Noble County)
One year ......................... $2.00 Eight Months ........................... $1.50
(Within Noble County and Radius)
One year......................... $1.50 Six Months ........................ $ *75
Entered at the post office at Caldwell, Noble County, as second class mail
matter under Act of Congress of March 3, 1870
The single ring ceremony was
performed by Rev. R. B. Allen,
who united Miss Gamble’s brother,
William L. Allen and the former
Audrey Morgan at the same time.
For her wedding the bride was
attired in a frock of aqua and
black with black accessories. Her
corsage was of white gardenias.
Mrs. Kotoff attended Cambridge
high school, and is employed at
Cambrige Glass Co. Mr. Kotoff at
tended Cumberland high school
and upon his discharge from the
service became associated with his
father in farming. The newlyweds
are temporarily living with the
bride’s parents.
Friends extend best wishes to
them.
Club Meets
The Yoker Valley Mixers 4-H
club met August 6, at the high
school with 40 in attendance. Busi
ness was conducted by the Presi
dent, Janice Waller.
Reports were made of the Junior
leadership meeting and plans dis
cussed concerning the county fair,
the State fair and the annual club
judging of projects, Wed, August
14. Following a recreational period
refreshments were served by Ruth
Dudley, Le Roy Robertson, Peggy
Bailey and Imogene Yoho.
At Camp
4-H club members accompanied
by counselor, Margaret Bay and
junior leaders, Janice Waller and
Joan Moore, left Thursday for
camp at Oglebay Park, Wheeling.
Among the campers were: Agnes
Craft, Mildred Muhlbach, Betty
Ghrist and Glenna Hayes.
Family Reunion
The 16th annual Hayes reunion
will be held on Sunday, August 25,
at the Marietta fairgrounds. All
friends and relatvies are cordially
invited to attend.
Homer Hayes is the president
and Mrs. Bess Trenner, Secretary
Treasurer.
Personals
Rev. Murrey Allison, is spending
some time with home folks, Mrs.
Mary Allison and Will Alison and
family, here.
George Snyder, Jr., of Camp Le
Jeune, N. Car. is enjoying a 10
day furlough with relatives here
Complete.. LIFE INSURANCE .. Service
C. D. WHEALDON
COMMONWEALTH Phone 268-R
LIFE INSURANCE CO. Caldwell
Large Size
Garbage Cans
Each—$2.29
Pure Zinc Jar Lids
Dozen—25c
Jar Rubbers with Lip
2 Dozen—9c
Powdered Saccarine
3 Pkgs.—25c
GOOD SUPPLY OF
FRESH MEAT
AT ALL TIMES
Pig Meal
100 Lb. Sack—$4.55
Double Edge Razors
Each—39c
and in Zanesville. He serves with
the marine reserves and is a grand
son of Mrs. Kate Ward, of this
place.
Mrs. Kate Ward is spending this
week at Camp Sychar, Mt. Vernon.
Mrs. Guy Johnson of Canton
spent the past week with Mr. and
Mrs. Sherman Johnson.
Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Miller (nee
Dorothy Martin), this village, have
gone to housekeeping on a farm
near the Rich Hill grange hall. They
now welcome their many friends to
visit them.
Mr. and Mrs. Roy Dudley and
daughter, Ruth, were among the
many visitors at the church dinner
and picnic held at Berne, Sunday,
August 11.
Mr. and Mrs. Will Tedrick of New
Concord, were recent dinner guests
with Mr. and Mrs. John Dawson
and family.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank D. LeSueur,
of Columbus, were weekend guests
with home folks, Foster Scott and
family.
Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Secrest and
daughters, Norma Jean and Shirley
Ann, have been visiting the past
week with relatives in Detroit,
Mich. Mr. Secrest is manager of
the local M.-K. grocery store.
Here And There
Here and There, Aug. 14 Re
cent visitors of Mr. and Mrs. How
ard Lafeere and family were, Mr.
and Mrs. George Hines and son,
Phil, of Greensburg, Pa., and Vir
ginia Lafferre of Columbus.
Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Wilson spent
Sunday at the E. E. Miracle home.
Sunday visitors at the R. T.
Holland home were, Mr. and Mrs.
Sam 'Holland of Canton, Mr. and
Mrs. Asher McConnell and family,
and Paul Day.
Mr. and Mrs. Ed Biedenbach and
family of Burkhart, were viistors
of Fritz Burkhart’s Mrs. Fritz
Burkhart is in the Zanesville hos
pital, we wish her a speedy re
covery.
Junior Markle and Tommy Holl
and spent several days last week
with Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Christ
man of Woodsfield and attended
the fair.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred McVay of
Akron spent the weekend visiting
relatives in Stafford.
Mr. and Mrs. Jim Mallet of
Mansfield spent several days last
week visiting with her parents,
Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Ullman and
other relatives.
Mrs. Pearl McBride of Caldwell
is visiting her sister, Mrs. Grace
Anderson and family of Stafford.
Little Janie Ullman is spending
a week with her grandparents, Mr.
and Mrs. Watt Ullman of Marietta.
Mr. and Mrs. George Day and
daughter, Joan, of Woodsfield and
GREAT NORTHERN BEANS
2 Lbs....................... 39c
Red Sour Pitted
CHERRIES
Newly Packed
Large Size
antelopes
Each—23c
Cooking Apples
3 Lbs.—25c
Fruit Jars
With Zinc Lids
Pint—59c Dozen
Quart—69c Dozen
Honey Munch
2 Pkgs.—25c
WE HAVE FLOUR... In All Sizes
5 Lb. 10 Lb. 25 Lb.
WE HAVE A
Five Tie Broom
Each—$1.08
Creamery Butter
Lb.—73c
Pure Cider Vinegar
Gallon—45c
“GOOD FOODS AT FAIR PRICES”
AT-----
Ball’s Cash Market
AND
Ball’sWestSide Market
Junior Day, spent the weekend
with Mr. and Mrs. Leland Holland
of Canton.
Mrs. Marie Hague visited Satur
day evening with Mattie Wilson of
Stafford.
Harry and Geneva Mallett, who
is attending college at Athens,
spent the weekend with their par
ests, Mr. and Mrs. Urban Mallett
of Sand Bar.
Middleburg
Middleburg, Aug. 14 Mr. and
Mrs. Alex Bettinger, Mr. and Mrs.
Edward Gildow were Sunday guests
of Mr. and Mrs. Earl Mallett and
son, Larry, of Hiramsburg.
Pvt. George Clark who was re
cently discharged from the army
arrived at his home Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Lee Mitchell and
family, Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Mayo
and son of Caldwell spent Wednes
day evening with Mr. and Mrs.
Harry Mitchell and family of
Middleburg.
Mr. and Mrs. Roy Gildow and
daughter of Macksburg spent Sun
day with Mr. and Mrs. Edson Clark.
Walter Etsadt and daughter, Fern,
were callers at Pleasant City Sun
day morning.
Mrs. Leland Clark was a caller at
Akron one day this week.
Mr .and Mrs. Emil Barnett and
son of Caldwell spent Sunday with
Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Clark and
family.
Miss Patricia Moore of Summer
field spent the weekend with Miss
Carolyn Gene Mitchell.
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Parcell and
daughters, Betty, Mary Ann, of near
Keithtown spent Tuesday afternoon
with Mr. and Mrs. Harry Mitchell
and family.
Mrs. Georgianna Monday, chil
dren, Miss Sheila Gene Eichholtz of
Wheeling, W. Va., are spending a
few weeks with Mrs. Hulda Will
iams.
Charles Clark, Harry Mit
were callers at Lowell one day
week.
Miss Kathleen Bettinger of Cald
well spent Monday with her parents,
Mr. and Mrs. Alex Bettinger of
Middleburg.
Mr. and Mrs. John Morris of Cald
well were callers at Middleburg
Sunday afternoon.
Winifred Dearth left Sunday for
Cadiz where he will be employed.
Kathryn Morrison spent the week
end with her parents, J. H. Morri
son and family.
Miss Gladys Morrison left Sunday
evening for Caldwell where she will
be employed.
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Clark expect
to move to their new house at Cald
well in the near future since
son, George L. Clark, is home now
to run the farm.
Tom Gildow of Crums Ridge
a caller at Middleburg Sunday.
Dexter City
Dexter City, Aug. 14—Mrs. J. O.
Miller received word Monday that
her son, Bruce, was a patient at a
hospital in Berea, where he under
went an emergency operation Sun
day night.
Mrs. Clayton Stringer who is a
patient at Good Samaritan hospital
in Zanesville is improving. Her hus
band and parents, Mr. and Mrs. P.
R. Blake visited her over the wek
end.
Mr. and Mrs. Norman Vickers of
Huntington, W. Va., spent Tuesday
and Wednesday with Mr. and Mrs.
Albert Hayes.
Mrs. Elmira Webebr has returned
to her home after spending a two
weeks visit with her son, Edmund
of Marietta.
Mrs. Wallace Blake, sori, Billy,
went to Athens, Friday, where Mr.
Blake has finished a special course
at Ohio University. He returned to
his home with them.
Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Vaughn and
daughter, Mary Margaret, of Can
ton, have spent the week visiting
relatives here.
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Hayes spent
last Sunday at the Hesson Reunion
held on the fairgrounds near Cald
well.
Shenandoah Trail
Shenandoah Trail, Aug. 14
Both the Drake and Groves reun
ion were held at Mt. Zion Sunday
with many attending each group.
Those attending from the greatest
distance were Mr. and Mrs. Frank
W. Neill and children from Los
Angeles, California.
Lucy Wheeler, Mary Groves and
Dorothy Fish returned home last
Thursday from Camp Oglebay, W.
Va., where they went as 4-H girls.
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Russell of
Canton were weekend visitors at
Alice Knight’s.
Farm Bureau Council No. 1 held
its regular monhtly meeting at E.
O. Bond’s, Thursday evening, with
24 present. After discussing many
timely topics, lunch was served
and all retired home at a late
hour.
William Bond and family and G.
W. Ulrich are leaving today for a
ten day visit with relatives in
Iowa.
The Evangelistic services at the
Clark’s chapel are largely attended
and conversions are made.
Frank W. Neill and family left
for their home in Los Angeles,
Calif., Tuesday, after a month’s
visit here with relatives, Mrp. Neill
was formerly Lulu Graham of the
Dumfertile comunity, and this was
her first return visit in 24 years.
The sudden death of Mohm Will
iams of Ashland, shocked his many
friends here, as he has many rela
tives in Buffalo and Seneca town
ship.
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HOW TO KILL IT.
IN ONE HOUR.
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OFF and with it goes the ivy infection.
Ask any druggist for TE-OL. Often one
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THE JOURNAL CALDWELL OHIO
Olive Green—
Sunday School Classes
Hold Weiner Roast
Olive Green, Aug. 14—A contest
was run for a period of eight Sun
days between the “Victory” class
and the “Willing Workers” class of
the Olive Green Methodist church.
The class having the most attend
ance was to be entertained by the
other class. The “Victory” class
with Doris Parks, teacher, won,
and the “Willing Workers” class
with Charles “Chad” Nichols, as
the teacher, had a weiner roast
Thursday, August 8, at the farm of
Willis Ralph, with the two classes
and their parents and friends, pre
sent.
Those of the “Victory” class: Pat
Ruth and Patsy Nichols, Glenn,
Lester, Erleane, Warner and Reu
ben Stewart, Delbert, Richard, and
Roger Anderson, Amos, Joe, Noah,
and David Armstrong, Rolland
Ralph, Dwain Lowe. Those unable
to attend were: Judy Walters, Bar
bara Pickenpaugh, Larry, Ruth
and Joann Harmon, and Violet
Teeters.
Those of the “Willing Workers”
class: Vera, Gerald, and Lorraine
Parks, Don Love, Margaret and
Glenna Ralph, Nellie and Juanita,
and daughters, Linda and Nancy
Nichols, Nellie Anderson, Myron
Stewart, Carol Bellville, Margaret
Walters, and Evealeana Armstrong
Those unable to attend: Ruth
James, and Anna Stewart, Zanes
ville, Clarice Long, Caldwell, Mr.
and Mrs. James St. Clair, Sales
ville Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Nichols
Clarence Nichols, and Mildred
Pickenpaugh.
Guests were Mr. and Mrs. Willis
Ralph, Caldwell, Mrs. Maureen
Nichols, Mrs. Minerva Armstrong,
Mrs. Elva Nichols, Mrs. Phoebe
Nichols, Mrs. Lucille Stewart, Ver
non Pickenpaugh, Junior Harmon,
Bryl Stewart, Dick and Don
Nichols. The event was enjoyed
by all present.
Surprise Party
Mrs. Ocie Harmon and Miss
Mary Pickenpaugh were hostesses
to the party which was in honor of
Mrs. Bernice Harmon's birthday,
A delicious refreshment course
was served to the folowing: Mr.
and Mrs. Junior Harmon, Earl
Harmon, Mr. and Mrs. George
Pickenpaugh, Caldwell Mr. and
Mrs. Raymond Hupp, Byesville
Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Pickenpaugh
Paul Hill, Mr. and Mrs. Ora Stout,
and children, Mr. and Mrs. Irvin
Foraker and children Mr. and Mrs.
Freeman Foraker and children,
Mr. and Mrs. Audd Pickenpaugh,
and grandchildren, Duncan Falls
Mrs. Elva Nichols and children,
Bob, Ruth and Patsy, Mr. and Mrs.
Irvil Armstrong, and children, Joe
Noah, David, Mr. and Mrs. Will
ard Connell and children, Mr. and
Mrs. Doyle Teeters and children,
Misses Norma Wheeler, Duncan
Falls Lois Ethel Stout, Ruth
Nichols and Evealeana Armstrong
served as waitresses, and the hon
ored ones, Mrs. Harmon, Albert
and son, Larry. Mrs. Harmon re
ceived many gifts which she
opened to the guests.
News Briefs
Mr. and Mrs. John McGarry of
Crooked Tree, Were Sunday after
noon callers of his niece, Mr. and
Mrs. Irvil Armstrong.
Mr. and Mrs. Bill Wells, family,
Blue Rock, and Miss Ethel John
son, Chandlersville, were also
afternoon callers at the Armstrong
home. Mr. Wells is a nephew of
Mr. Armstrong.
Pleasant Valley
Pleasant Valley, Aug. 14 Mr.
and Mrs. C. R. Snyder, Mr. and
Mrs. Junior Snyder and son, Ed
ward, were guests for supper at
the home of Shelby Green, Tues
day evening.
Eileen Archer visited Shelby
Green and family last week.
Mrs. George Craig called at the
home of Lydia Gant last Tuesday.
Mr. and Mrs. James Wickham
made a trip to Canton last week.
Shelby Green and family visited
Ra/mond Franks and family last
Thursday evening.
Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Snyder, Mr.
and Mrs. Junior Snyder and son,
Edward, Shelby Green and family
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attended the bridal shower given
in honor of Wiley Thompson and
wife.
Junior Wickham spent the week
end at the home of his parents,
Mr. and Mrs. James Wickham.
Shelby Green and family visited
Saturday evening at the home of
Martha Archer.
Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Snyder, Mr.
and Mrs. Junior Snyder and son,
Edward, attended the Thompson
reunion at the home of Reed
Thompson last Saturday.
Mrs. Shelby Green and son,
John, spent Friday at the home of
Marcus Gant and wife.
Marcus Gant and family visited
his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Homer
Gant, Sunday.
Among the shoppers in Caldwell
on Saturday from this community
were: W. T. Hague, Mr. and Mrs.
George Smith, Charles Miller, Del
bert Miller and family, and Shelby
Green and family.
Mr. and Mrs. George Smith
spent last Monday at the home of
Ross Smith.
Delbert Miller and family, Mr
and Mrs. Leroy Miller, and Char
les Miller visited friends in Zanes
ville, Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Ross Smith and
sons, Junior, Walter, and Calvin,
and daughter, Leanna, were din
ner guests Sunday at the home of
George Smith. Mrs. Angie Johns
and son, Glenn, were callers at the
Smith home in the afternoon.
Ambrose Archer, Durban Hague
and Arthur Murrey were calling
on W. T. Hague, Sunday afternoon.
W. T. Hague was a dinner guest
at the home of Ernest Davis.
Mr. and Mrs. George Smith vis
ited Mrs. Angie Johns last Wed
nesday.
Berne
Berne, Aug. 14—The picnic held
Sunday at St. Michael’s hall was
well attended. A delicious dinner
was served by the ladies of the pa
rish. The evening session of the
event was‘also well attended.
Major Herman Archer and wife
of Princeton, N. Y., are spending
this week with the former’s sister,
Mrs. Jennie Barrett.
Glen Johns and son, Earl, of Tus
carawas, are visiting with Mrs. Win
na Rucker.
Charles Wiley returned to his
work Monday after spending two
weeks with his wife and daughter,
Charlene.
Mrs. Ida Horton and daughter,
Eunice, and Mrs. Polly Thompson
spent Wednesday night in Zanes
ville.
Miss Roma Kuhn spent several
days the past week with her uncle
and aunt in Columbus.
Clyde Robbins and daughter, De
lores, spent Sunday afternoon with
his mother, Mrs. Blanche Robbins,
and other relatives here.
Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Mallett
and son, Don, and Mr. and Mrs.
Everett Mallett of Canton spent the
weekend here. Mrs. Mallett re
mained for a two weeks’ visit at
her home.
Mrs. Mary Crum and daughter,
Viola, of Marietta, are visiting the
former’s parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Emmit Lahue.
Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Leasure at
tended the Murrey reunion at Mari
etta, Sunday.
Clyde Crum and wife returned to
their home Sunday after spending
a week’s vacation with the former’s
mother, Bernice Crum.
Mrs. Charles Byers and son are
spending this week at the home of
her father-in-law in Sycamore Val
ley.
Mrs. Wilmer Watson and daugh
ter, Myrle Marlene, and son, Wil
mer, jr., spent Sunday afternoon
with her mother here.
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Kohut and
Gerald Thompson of Caldwell route
were in town Monday.
Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Thompson
spent Sunday at the home of Mr.
and Mrs. Edward Leasure.
Mrs. Nomia Ball spent several
days the past week with her sister,
Emma Leasure.
Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Smith of Co
lumbus were visiting in town Sun
day.
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Mt. Ephraim
Mt. Ephraim, Aug. 14—Fred Stiles
started for California Friday morn
ing to accompany his son, Luther,
home on furlough.
Mrs. Sadie Larrick and daughter
of Mt. Zion were visiting relatives
here last week.
B. M. Gibson, wife, daughter and
family of Newark were callers here
i ecently.
Mrs. William Bates is visiting her
son in Byesville.
Merle Reed and family, Lima, are
visiting Nancy McAuley and family.
M. C. Johns and wife and Cliff
Keyser and wife of Caldwell were
calling on F. R. Miley and family
last Sunday.
A shower was held Friday night
for Mr. and Mrs. Walter Powell and
Mr. and Mrs. Franklin McVicker,
who were recently married. They
received many nice gifts.
David Rich accompanied Stephen
Buher to his home in Washington,
D. C. for a visit.
Mr. and Mrs. Dallas Bates visited
Leroy Miller and wife at East Union
last week.
Mrs. Bernadine Adkins of Wini-
fred, W. Va., is visiting her
Zola Williams and family.
Mrs. A. N. Secrest and son, Hal-
lock, and wife attended the funeral qU
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nor implied that the quantities offered will meet the
demand.
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Thursday, August 15, 1946
of Mohn Williams at Akron Monday.
Mrs Rex Moore has been in
Woodsfield the past week due to the
nines Of her grandfather, Emmet
rankl in. ——.
WISE OR OTHERWISE
by
REV. H. A. GUILER
No man is truly converted until
his pocketbook has also gone to
the mourners bench.-Roy Smith
We cannot d7 good" to others
save at a cost to ourselves, and our
affections are the price we pay for
our ability to sympathize. He who
would be a keeper, must first be a
sufferer.—Exchange
It is one thing to go through the
motion of devotion and worship,
it is quite another thing to do
them the proper spirit.
When God’s love touches us, it
will drive us harder than duty
ever could, but we will like it.—
p. W. Burres
sister,
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