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Thursday, August 15, 1946
Davis-Bigley
Mr. and Mrs. Rudy Bigley, cf
Main street, are announcing the
marriage of their daughter, Miss
Vivian Bigley to Richard Davis,
son of Mr. and Mrs. W. Davis
Caldwell.
The young couple was married
Saturday, August 10, at noon, in
Newport, Ky. They were attended
by Woody Pilcher and Grant
Davis. The single ring ceremony
was used.
For her wedding, Mrs. Davis se
lected a light blue suit with match
ing accessories of black. She wore
a shoulder corsage of red rose
buds.
She is a graduate of the Cald
well high school, class of 1945, and
has been employed at the Kegerr
eis store in Caldwell.
Mr. Davis attended Caldwell
high school, served in the U. S.
Army for 39 months and is now
employed at the Permian Oil &
Gas Co. in Caldwell.
Friends, neighbors and relatives
are invited to attend a miscellan
eous shower which will be given
at the W. C. Davis home, Friday
evening of this week, honoring the
newlyweds.
Horton-Rossiter
Monday evening, August, 5 at
7:30 o’clock, in the Baptist parson
age, Miss Helen L. Rossiter became
the bride of Earl Horton in a
single ring ceremony performed
by Rev. David A. Doan.
The bride chose for her wedding
a suit of poudre blue with black
and white accessories. Her corsage
was pink rosebuds tied with a blue
satin ribbon. She wore a strand of
pearls, a gift of the bridegroom.
Following the ceremony, a din
ner was served at the home of the
bride’s aunt, Mrs. Athel Pitts, for
the honored ones and the imme
diate famillies.
The new Mrs. Horton was grad
uated from the Sarahsville high
school with the class of 1943, and
for the past three years she has
been employed at the Kegerreis
store in Caldwell.
Mr. Horton was graduated from
Summerfield high school, class of
1943. He was recently discharged
from the navy after serving more
than two years, most of which was
spent overseas.
Mr. and Mrs. Horton left for
Canton, where he is employed.
They plan to make their home in
that city.
Complete New Line of Winter
Slacks, Sweaters, and Skirts. Just
Arrived. GRAY’S.
McGee-Jones
Announcement is being made of
the marriage of Rev. John B. Mc
Gee of Belle Valley, to Bonny
Jones, grade school teacher at
Wintersville. Rev. and Mrs. I. J.
Howldan, ministers of the Macks
burg church, officiated at the
double ring ceremony on Saturday,
August 10, at 8:30 o’clock.
Metta Ryan, Brilliant, Ohio, was
maid of honor, and Earl McGee,
son of the bridegroom, served as
best man.
A reception was given following
the ceremony. Those present were:
Mr. and Mrs. Earl McGee of North
Olmsted her mother, Mrs. O. W.
Martin of Ironton an aunt, Mrs.
Elizabeth Green of Ironton, Miss
Margaret Brown of Steubenville
route 2 his daughter, Mr. and Mrs.
James Matson and son, John, of
Mesopotama daughter, Mr. and
Mrs. Floyd Wack and daughters,
Carol Ann and Eileen a sister,
Minerva McGee, R. N., of Massll‘
Ion, a brother, Mr. and Mrs. Floyd
McGee and family of Cambridge
and a sister, Mr. and Mrs. John
Oliver of Cambridge route 4.
Anniversary Dinner
Mr. and Mrs. Austin L. Cunning
ham, Dudley, were honored with a
family dinner, Sunday at their
home, in observance of their 56th.
wedding anniversary.
A large cake centered the table,
with covers being arranged for Mr.
and Mrs. Harry Harris of Wheel
ing, W. Va., Mr. and Mrs Jess
Jones, son and daughter of Indian
apolis, Ind., Wesley Cunningham
of Lancaster, Mrs. Cecil Finley,
sons, Jimmie and Teddie of Cald
well, E. E. Cunningham and the
honored guests.
Mr. and Mrs. Cunningham re
ceived a number of beautiful cards
and a lovely gift from the family.
They have resided their entire
life in the Dudley community and
well and favorably known.
SOCIETY
NEWS & E VENTS
Birthday Honored
Mrs. Betty (Tilton) Boetticher,
was honored Sunday by a picnic
on the lawn of Mr. and Mrs. Frank
Tilton, south of Caldwell.
The occasion was also to cele
brate the wedding anniversary of
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Tilton and a
going-away party for Richard Til
ton, who will be leaving soon to
enter South Dakota Wesleyan
versity.
Uni
and
Mr.
Those present were: Mr.
Mrs. George Boetticher and
and Mrs. Albert Boetticher of San
dusky Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Tilton
and children, Richard O., Roscoe
Lee, Albert, Kathleen,
Bonnie Lou Tilton.
Louise and
other visit
D. H. Web
During the afternon
ors were: Mr. and Mrs.
ster and children, Virginia Lee and
Mark Edward, and Mr. and Mrs.
W. K. Heddleson.
Dinner Guests
Mr. and Mrs.
Fairground St.,
dinner at their
Covers were laid for the following:
Mrs. Ross Griffith and son, Mel
vin of Edmond, Kansas Mrs.
Harry Archer of Denomore, Kan
sas Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Fogle of
Barberton Mr. and Mrs. Ray
Thomas of Caldwell route Mr. and
Mrs. Fred Lackmiller of Cumber
land Street, Mrs. Mary Snider of
the home, and the host and host
ess and sons, Francis and Charles.
This was also the birthday anni
versary of Mrs. Edward Thomas.
Edward Thomas of
entertained with a
home last Sunday.
Other relatives who called in the
afternoon were Mr. and Mrs. Muri
Thomas and daughter, Mary Jane
Mr. and Mrs. Ora Thomas, Mr. and
Mrs. James Phipps and daughter,
Carol Sue, and son, Leon, all of
near Caldwell.
Surprise Party
Dick Hutcheson of Dexter City,
was pleasantly surprised
day evening, August 8,
group of friends joined to
in his 18th birthday.
Wednes
when a
welcome
Marylou
Guests present were:
Patten, Melba Hughey, Icen Antill,
Patty Sanford, Norma Smith, Bar
bara Hutcheson, Jay Gore, Ber
nard Mitchell, Wayne Love, Mrs.
George Ullman, Charles Williams,
Karen Lee Ullman, Mr. and Mrs.
T. M. Hutcheson, Eileen Hutch
eson, and the guest of honor, Dick
Hutcheson.
Officers Installed
The district deputy grand master
of I. O. O. F. lodge No. 259. installed
newly elected oficers Thursday eve
ning at the local lodge. They in
cluded: noble grand, Elvin Hutch
ins vice grand, Dale Ackley R. S.
N. G. Charles Milligan L. S. N. G.,
Forest Sanford chaplain, Rev. John
B. McGee warden, E. C. Keyser
R. S. S., A. M. Gill L. S. S. Carlos
S. Rice I. G., Charles Brown O. G.,
Charles Rice R. S. V. G, Henry
Baker L. S. V. G., George Picken
paugh trustee, Arthur R. Beyer
treasurer, Charles Evilsizer and re
cording secretary, George W. Rice.
Blake Davis is the retiring Noble
Grand.
Sharon Stitchery Chicks
The eighth meeting of the Shar
on Stitchery Chicks of ’46, met at
the home of Jean Wilson. During
the business session, plans for the
fair were discussed. It was de
cided that we would have a club
picnic on Sunday, August 11. Four
guests were present as follows:
Jean Mendenhall, Neva Jane Wil
son, Richard McNabb, and Elaine
Thorla. The recreation hour was
spent in honor
who celebrated
PICTURE
SPECIALS AT MADGE’S SHOP
SATURDAY, AUGUST 17
When you come to Caldwell, Saturday, for your
children’s pictures, drop into Madge’s Specialty
Shop and see our many amazing offers.
NEW FALL MERCHANDISE
IDEAL FOR SCHOOL WEAR!
An Ideal Gift -Fast Color Tableclothes 54x54
Madge’s Specialty Shop
CALDWELL, OHIO
of Elaine Thorla,
her birthday Sun-
To Meet
Sharon Grange
Sharon Grange will meet in reg
ular session on August 16, with
master, Calvin Mendenhall, in
charge. The Pleasant Valley
grange will also be in charge of
the program. Each family is re
quested to bring sandwiches and
pie, and any article for the For
eign Relief box.
exter City W. S. C. S. Meets
The Dexter City Women’s So
ety of Christian Service and
leir famililies with several other
jests enjoyed a picnic supper at
Lue Rock State Park on Sunday,
ugust 11. About thirty guests
embers attended.
and
Ar
Our
New Fall and Winter Coats
ving Daily. Inquire About
ly-Away Plan. GRAY’S.
PVT. ANDREW A. MILLER
Pictured above is Pvt Andrew
A. Miller son of Mr. and Mrs. Alex
Miller of near Harriettsville. Sta
tioned at Atlanta, Ga., his address
is as follows: Pvt. Miller, ASN
45035323, 5th School Co., Bks. 427,
Atlanta Ordnance Depot. Pvt. Miller
is attending an auto mechanics
school and at the conclusion of five
weeks will receive his diploma. It
is believed that Miller wil] be re
turned to his former station in Ken
tucky following the completion of
his present training. Mrs. Ed. Nau,
Dexter City route, is a sister of the
soldier.
W. S. C. S. Meets
Circle No. HI of the W. S. C. S.
of the First Methodist chuch, met
Tuesday evening at the home of
Mrs. Mary Combs on the West
side. Co-hostesses were Mrs. Mary
B. Okey, Mrs. Francis Moore, Mrs.
Lillian Still, Mrs. Ethel Moore,
Mrs. Edna Racey, Mrs. Mary Wal
ters, Miss Effie Smith, Mrs. Grace
Wilson, and Mrs. Opal Robey.
Mrs. Still, president of the group
presided, and Mrs. Lois Ziler led
the devotional period.
A refreshments course was ser
ved during the social hour.
Sunday Guests
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Crock of
Caldwell route, had as Sunday
guests, the following: Mr. and Mrs.
Ernest Crock and children. Kath
leen and Bernard, of Iowa Mr.
and Mrs. Linus Crock and family,
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Cornett and
family, Mr .and Mrs. Walter
rig and family, Mr. and Mrs.
Tipton and family, Mr. and
Sebastian Crock and family,
Andrew Crock and family.
Roh
Fred
Mrs.
and
Dinner Guests
Mr. and Mrs. James Carter
tertained at their home in South
Olive, Sunday, with a dinner.
Covers were laid for Mr. and Mrs.
Cecil Carter of Columbus, Mr. and
Mrs. Alfred Tilton, Dexter City,
Mr. and Mrs. E. O. Davis, South
Olive, Mrs. Ada Bell, Dexter City
and Mrs. Etta Carter, Caldwell.
en-
Birthday Dinner
Mrs. J. E. Smith entertained
with a family dinner, Wednesday,
evening at her home, honoring the
birthday anniversary of her hus
band. A course chicken dinner
was served. A large birthday cake
served
Guests
Marsh,
Alvin,
home from Guam, having seen ser
vice with the navy. They reside at
New Philadelphia.
as an attractive centerpiece,
were Mr. and Mrs. A. C.
daughter, Ruth and son,
Jr., who recently returned
All Summer Dresses and Chil
dren’s Coats Will Be Closed Out,
Regardless of Cost. GRAY’S.
Sunday Guests
Sunday guests at the home of
Mrs. Mary S. Combs on Miller St.,
included: Mrs. Theodore Frank
and daughters, Mary Louise, and
Marjorie, of Texas City, Texas, Mr.
and Mrs. Palmer Rich of Cleve
land, Mrs. Lura Craft and daugh
ter, Elizabeth, of New Concord,
and Mr. and Mrs. Merill Hutcheson
and children of Alliance.
CHILD
THE JOURNAL CALDWELL OHIO
Announce Engagement
Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Tilton of
Dexter City are announcing the
engagement of their daughter,
Miss Freda Tilton of Columbus to
Bruce Miller, son of Mr .and Mrs.
J. O. Miller, Dexter City. No date
has been set for the wedding.
Miss Tilton is employed in the
State Office building at Columbus.
Mr. Miller is employed in con
struction work at Lorain, Ohio.
Birthday Dinner
Mrs. Don Hamilton was hon
ored with a birthday dinner at the
Country Club last Thursday eve
ning. Those present were: Mr. and
Mrs. Don Hamilton, Mr. and Mrs.
Walter Quick, Mr. and Mrs. John
Hazard, Mr. and Mrs. Lucien
Young, and the out of town guests,
Mr. and Mrs. Tommy Drake of
Jackson, Florida.
Family Dinner
Mr. and Mrs.
tertained with
their home on
day. All nine of the Fowler
were guests.
Dale Fowler of Aberdeen Md.,
William Fowler, who is enrolled at
Ohio State University, Columbus,
for the summer, Homer, Bennie,
John, Dave, Jack and Mack, all of
the home and Carl Fowler, Spruce
street
Charles Fowler en
a family dinner at
Spruce street, Sun
‘sons”
They included: Pfc.
of Aberdeen
Sburon Mother’s Club
The Sharon Mother’s club
their monthly meeting in
church basement with eight mem
bers present. Mary Haga, president
presided at the business meeting
and Ruth Stoneking read the min
utes of the last meeting. The pur
chase of silverware for the use of
the hot lunch and canning was
discussed. The meeting was closed
with the members repeating the
club benediction.
Clearance Sale Now On At
GRAY’S.
New Arrivals
Mr. and Mrs. George Calland, of
Columbus, are anneuncing the birth
of a daughter, named Judith Ann.
Mr. and Mrs. George E. Calland, of
Columbus, are the grandparents.
F. M. Calland, Summerfield, is the
great grandfather. Mrs. Harry Wea
ver, also of Summerfield, is
Aunt to the new arrival.
Some of Those
Items Will Be
At GRAY’S.
REN
WE
WANT
YOUR
Don’t forget our invitation to have your pictures taken
FREE and published in this newspaper. Remind your
parents it costs them nothing!
The Woltz Studios, of Des Moines, Iowa, nationally
known children’s photographers, take your pictures ex
pressly for publication in a new feature titled “CITIZENS
OF TOMORROW.”
Remind your parents that nothing need be subscribed
to they do not even have to be a reader of this paper.
There are no strings of any kind! Every youngster in this
trading area is eligible. There is no age limit. Extra
prints may be obtained by arranging with the studio rep
resentative when the pose for publication is selected, but
this, too, is entirely up to your parents.
Clippings of these pictures will become treasured me
mentos of childhood, so be sure to call on our photographer
during the time mentioned below. We do not want a single
local youngster to be disappointed. Appointments are not
necessary, but one of your parents or another adult must
accompany you.
Below is the time and place to have your pictures taken
without cost
Noble County Fish & Game Club Rooms
Over Madge’s Specialty Shop
Saturday, August 17, 1946
1:00 P. M. To 8:00 P. M.
an
girl
Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Corbitt
nounce the birth of a baby
born August 8, in the Ravenna
hospital. The infant has been
named Barbara Jean. Grandparents
are Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Bonar,
of Harriettsville route, and Mr. and
Mrs. Ralph Corbitt, of New Mil
ford. Mrs. Belle Bonar is the great
grandmother.
Hard -To-Get”
On Sale Saturday
Norman Schneider,
are announcing the
Mr. and Mrs.
of Stanleyville,
birth of a son, Gary Norman, at
Memorial hospital on July 24, in
Marietta. Grandparents are Mr. and
Mrs. Robert Schneider, of Stanley
ville, and Mr. and Mrs. Arthur L.
Wharff, of Dexter City. The mother
is the former Harriet Wharff.
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas E Holmes,
of Battle Creek, Mich., are an
nouncing the birth of a daughter
named Brenda Joy, on July 23. Mr.
and Mrs. Orville Holmes, of Sales
ville are the paternal grandparents.
Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Miller, of
Harriettsville, are announcing the
birth of a son in Memorial hospital,
Marietta.
Mr. and Mrs. Ferris Frances, Jr.,
Byesville, formerly of Caldwell,
are announcing the birth of a
daughter in the Good Samaritan
hospital, Zanesville.
Mr. and Mrs. Virgil H. Watson,
of Summerfield, announce the birth
of a 9% pound son, August 11, at
the St. Francis hospital, Cambridge.
Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs.
James C. Wyscarver and Mr. and
Mrs John T. Watson, all of Quaker
City route. The infant has been
named Jenny Lee.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hayes, of
the Caldwell community are an
nouncing the birth of a daughter,
Wednesday morning, at the Thomp
son hospital.
Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Davis,
Dexter City, are announcing the
birth of a son at the Thompson
hospital. Mrs. Davis is the former
Martha Mendenhall.
Mr. and Mrs. Ben Davis, of Olive,
are announcing the birth of a
daughter at the Memorial hospital,
Marietta. Grandparents are Mr. and
Mrs. M. C. Johnson, of Olive, and
Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Davis of Can
ton.
Mr. and Mrs. Gene Thompson, of
Newark, are announcing the birth
of a daughter in a Newark hospi
tal, August 6. Grandparents are Mr.
and Mrs. William Thompson, of
Newark. Mrs. Wilbur Sprague, of
Keithtown, is a great great grand
mother.
Personals
held
the
an
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Ferguson
and son, James, of Marietta, for
merly of Caldwell, are enjoying a
fishing trip in Canada.
Mr. and Mrs. O. G. Smithberger
and son. Charles, and Miss Florence
Kress, of Whipple route, were Sun
day guests of Mr. and Mrs. E. W.
Smithberger, of Fulda.
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Schott and
daughter, Rose Marie, and Mr. and
Mrs. Nelson Schott and son, Joseph,
all of Canton, spent the weekend at
the home of Mr. and Mrs. Henry
Schott, of Caldwell route.
Ralph McKee and family spent a
weekend in Cleveland recently with
his brother, Clyde, and cousin, John
McKee. He attended a ball game
while there.
Mr. and Mrs. Clyde McKee, of
Cleveland, spent the weekend with
his mother. She had spent the past
week in Cleveland on vacation.
Miss Grace Archer, of Cleveland,
is visiting at the home of her
mother, Mrs. M. B. Archer, and
Miss Bert Archer,. West street.
Other guests at the Archer home
recently were Mrs. Eleanor Mc
Nabb, of California, and Wilbert
Davidson, of Trinidad, Calif.
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Sims and
children, of Akron, spent Sunday
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SUMMER I
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DUSTING
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WITH LARGE PUFF
GEM
REVtRSlBtE BIASES
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WEST’S
TOOTH BROS*
TAMPAX
Invisible Under
Shorts /M
And Swimsuits ■■V
at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Mell
Frakes, Caldwell.
Miss Bert Archer, West street, is
visiting friends this week in Mar
ietta, Athens and Parkersburg,
W. Va.
You Will Want Some of Those
Lovely Dresses To Finish the Sum
mer Now On Sale At GRAY’S.
Mr. and Mrs. George Boetticher
and Mr. and Mrs. Albert Boetticher,
nee Betty Tilton, of Sandusky, were
weekend guests at the homes of
Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Tilton, of Bel
ford street, and Mr. and Mrs. Frank
Tilton, south of Caldwell.
Mrs. Mae Heddleson, of Lowell.
Mrs. Edith Chandler, of Keithtown,
spent a few days last week with
Harry Goodwin and family, of Col
umbus.
Corp. Frank G. Congleton, of Or
lando, Florida, and wife, of Derwin.
spent the weekend with his mother,
Mrs. Florence Congleton.
Mrs. Lucille Weekley and family,
Cumberland street, spent the week
end with Mr. and Mrs. Chester
Van Fleet and family, of Lancas
ter.
Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Heddleson
and family, spent a few days last
week at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
Alvin Green, of Columbus.
Mr. and Mrs. L. D. Vaughn and
son, Donald Lee, of Columbus,
spent the weekend at the home of
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Davis and son,
Richard, of near Caldwell.
Mr. and Mrs. Tommy Drake, of
Jackson, Florida, are visiting at the
home of his father, Wilbur Drake
and family
Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Bates and
their guest, Mrs. Vada Denbow, of
Columbus, spent the weekend at the
WOOD’S ORCHESTRA 9 to 12
Closing Out!
SUN GLASSES
SAF-KIL—for rats
NOXZEMA ........
RUBBING ALCOHOL
PEPTO BISMOL
ALKA-SELTZER
60c Sal Hepatica......................49c
60c Caldwell’s Pepsin.............. 47
40c Tri-Wide Adhesive.............. 39c
50c Phillip’s Magnesia.............. 41c
60c MURINE...................54c
50c Witch Hazel—pints........... 39c
60c Mineral Oil .................... 49c
51.00 Halo Shampoo................. 89c
51.00 Nature’s Remedy.............. $9C
c//(e/Ls7(ee^i
Vitalis ................ 43c
Skin Bracer .... 43c
Barbasol ............ 44c
Gillette Blades 25c
Shaving Brush .. $1
Toni Cold Wave $125
Woodbury Cream 39c
Mum .................. 33c
Jergen’s Lotion 89c
Leg Make-up ... 59c
DRUGS
PRESCRIPTIONS- PHONE!6O
Page Five
home of Mr. and Mrs. Norval
Spiker, of Hillsboro. Monday, they
visited friends in Jackson.
Miss Melba Miller, of Columbus,
spent the weekend at the home of
her mother, Mrs. Eunice Miller, of
Railroad street.
Miss Patricia Powers, of Colum
bus, spent part of last week with
Eileen Hutcheson, of Dexter City.
Dr. and Mrs. A. G. McGregor are
enjoying a two week’s vacation at
the home of Mr. and Mrs. William
H. Bender, of LaCrosse, Wisconsin,
formerly of Caldwell.
Mrs. Lucille Fowler and son, Har
ley, Mrs. Columbia Davis, and Bill
Tarleton, accompanied Miss Cuba
Fowler, to Cleveland, Sunday,
where Miss Fowler is a student at
St. Luke’s Hospital.
Mr. and Mrs. L. H. Tarleton were
weekend guests at the home of Mr.
and Mrs. Donald Williams, of Mar
ietta.
Miss Viola Startzman, M. D., has
returned to Cleveland, after visit
ing at the home of her parents, Mr.
and Mrs. H. J. Startzman, of Main
street.
Attorney Clair Young and son,
Tad, were recent visitors in Cin
cinnati.
Closing Out All Bathing Suits,
Regardless of Cost. GRAY’S.
EN ROUTE HERE
Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Newhart, of
Hermosia Beach, Calif., are en route
to Caldwell for a several weeks
visit at the home of Judge L. B.
Frazier and Miss Minerva Frazier.
En route here they will visit with
Miss Fannie Ulrich, of Valpraiso,
Ind. They are expected next week.
All Round Dance
SATURDAY, AUG. 17
V. F. W. Hall
WEST STREET—CALDWELL, OHIO

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