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Summerfield—
Sunday School Class
Holds Annual Picnic
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. 809—Main Street. Phone No. 98.
An Independent Democrat newspaper that goes into the homes of Noble
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 I .75
Entered at the post office at Caldwell, Noble County, as second class mail
matter under Act of Congress of March 3, 1870
Summerfield, Aug. 21—The an
nual Sunday school picnic of the
Free Methodist church in this com
munity was held Thursday at the
Stafford Park. At noon a basket
dinner was enjoyed. The morning
and afternoon hours were enjoyed
wiui various social diversions.
Guests enjoying the affair in
cluded: Mrs. O. L. Orr and sons,
"Marvin and David, Mrs. Jack
Preece and daughter, Janice, Oleta
Triplet and daughters, Ruth Car
rol and Elaine, Mr. and Mrs. Harry
Fowler and daughter, Mary Ruth,
Allie McElfresh, Patsy McElfresh,
Mr. and Mrs. Ross Love, daughter,
Jean and son, Ross, Jr.
Mrs. Bessie McElfresh, daughter,
Evelyn, son, Robert, Mr. and Mrs.
Ray Windom, Sylvia and Jim Sei
ner, Wilbur Oliver and sons, Paul,
Bill, and Jim, Junior and Merle
Poulton, Delores Oliver, Jean War
ner, June Moore, Kathleen King,
Miss Ida Farley, Billie Joe Lytle,
Mrs. Mary Moore, son, Larry and
daughters, Juanita, Jean and Mar
lene, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Greer
and family, Charles, Juanita and
Ruth, Mrs. Ada Orr, Mrs. Mattie
Wilson, Mr. and Mrs. Blaine King,
Mr. and Mrs. W. M. McElfresh and
Mrs. Addie Fowler.
Assists Famiy
The spirit of community welfare
is still evident here, when three
quilts were completed last Thurs
day by a number of ladies for the
Clark family whose home and all
its content were recently destroyed
byfire-
The ladies who helped on the
quilts, included: Effie McCune,
Millie, Rossiter, Florence Himes,
Maud Bates, Ellen Bates, Edith
Bates, Bessie Bates, Cleo Hague,
Fred Hague, Edith Bishop, Minnie
Warner, Leona Garrett, Beulah
Day Estel Palmer, Mary Clark,
Ina ’Haga, Lou Philpot, Burnice
Clark, Nellie Graham, Lizzie Mar
tin, Gladys Roe, Ethel Bates, Jes
sie’ Darymple, Wanda Hanes and
Beatrice Bates.
Receives Discharge
Jack Preece has received his dis
charge from the service and is now
at the home of his parents, Rev.
and Mrs. O. L. Orr. During the ab
sence, his wife has been making her
home there.
Alpha And Omega Class
The Alpha and Omega Sunday
school class held their annual picnic
at Seneca lake, Sunday evening.
Those enjoying the outing were: Mr.
and Mrs. Zern Mallett, Mr. anc
Mrs. Vernon Havenor, Mr. and Mrs.
C. A. Atkinson, Mr. and Mrs. J. K.
Guilcr, Mr. and Mrs. Kyle Day, Mr.
and Mrs. Fletcher Guiler and son,
Jon, Mary Nelson, Rev. Tschappat
and Miss Burris.
Summerfield Grange
A special program will be given
Saturday evening when the regular
meeting of Summerfield grange,
No. 2073 is held.
Personals
Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Meek, daugh
ter, Helen, were dinner guests
Saturday evening at the home of
their son and brother, Mr. and Mrs
Carlos Meek, Duncan Falls.
Miss Jean Gee, Cleveland, is vis
iting this week at her home here.
There will be a white elephant
sale and a Chinese checker game
at the Grange hall Thursday eve
ning. It is sponsored by the East
ern Stars for Chinese relief. The
public is invited.
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Nelson of
Columbus spent the weekend with
Mr. and Mrs. Earl Day. Mrs. Nel
son remained for a longer visit.
Charles Finney, Akron, spent the
weekend with his parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Albert Finney. Mrs. Elizabeth
Frye was a dinner guest, Monday,
at the Finney home.
Francis Rouse lias returned to
Massillon after spending a vaca
tion here with her sister, Mrs. J.
K. Guiler.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Davison,
Mr. and Mrs. Ross Hurford of Can
ton are spending a few days camp
ing at the Davison farm.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Roberts,
sons, Kenneth and Lawrence, have
returned to their home in Cleve
land after spending the past week
wit hthe former’s aunt, Mrs. Nora
Richner.
Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Wheatley at
tended the Muskingum county fair
at Zanesville last week and vis
ited at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
John Kane.
Mr. and Mrs. Irvil Anderson, Mr.
and Mrs. Ralph Reed and sons, Jee
and Jimmie, Akron, visited at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. H. Hanes,
the weekend.
Group No. 2, Elsie Bode, chair
man and Group No. 3, Mary Wea
ver, chairman, W. S. C. S. will hold
a food sale, Saturday, August 24,
beginning at 4:30 p. m., on the
Bode lawn. If the weather is un
favorable, the sale will be held in
Bode brothers store.
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Trees of
Cleveland, Mr. and Mrs. Mark
Broomhall of Orville visited Mr.
and Mrs. H. B. Horton, Sunday.
Guests at the home of Mr. and
Mrs. Wire Fowler, Sunday were:
Mrs. Emma King, Curtis Ridge, Mr
and Mrs. William Gerber, Whipple,
Mr. and Mrs. T. M. Marshall.
Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Stephen, Mr.
and Mrs. Junior Stephen, Lewis
ville were in Columbus Monday
on business.
Mr. and Mrs. David Barlow, Mr.
and Mrs. Henry Trees of Cleveland
spent the weekend at the home of
Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Havenor.
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Triplett and
sons, R. G. and Jack, and daughter,
Liquita, of Batesville, visited at the
home of Retta Davidson recently.
They were accompanied home by
Master Larry, who had been visit
ing at the Davidson home.
Mr. and Mrs. George Brokaw
visited Mr. and Mrs. D. Bromley in
Senecaville recently.
Mr. and Mrs. Paul McElfresh,
Mrs. Fogle of Zanesville and Belle
Valley visited Mr. and Mrs. George
Brokaw, Mr. and Mrs. D. Bromley
of Senecaville. This group, togeth
er with Bess Wharton, of Caldwell,
were guests at the Retta Davidson
home.
Miss Ida Farley has returned to
her home here after visiting at the
Glen Kent home.
Mrs. Iccelonia Norris, Louise Car
penter and Mrs. Harriett Thompson
visited at the home of Mrs. Millie
Rossiter, Monday afternoon.
Mr. and Mrs. Kyle Day and sons
visited at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
Burt Day, in Massillon, the week
end.
Mrs. Joseph Bowen of Wellsburg,
W. Va., spent the weekend at the
home of her sister, Mrs. Frank
Shackles, and family. Other guests
were Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Shackles
and son, Dale, of Olive.
Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Morris, of
Mt. Vernon, visited Monday at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. George Amos.
Mr. and Mrs. Woodrow Lusks and
daughters and Mr. and Mrs. Frank
Meyers of Moundsville, W. Va., vis
ited the weekend with Mrs. Char
lotte Williams.
A large number from this com
munity attended the picnic and
homecoming at Burkhart, Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Z. H. Hanes, Mr.
and Mrs. Ervil Anderson and Mrs.
Rossiter visited Mrs. William Pryor
at Dalzell, Friday, and on Saturday
they visited friends in Bellaire and
Shadyside.
Mr. and Mrs. Alva Wharton are
visiting relatives in Dover.
Robert Havenor, Donnie Watson,
Cletus Sorg, Kathleen Hesson, Eddie
Thompson and Jolene Guiler are at
tending the 4-H club camp near
Wheeling, W. Va., this week.
Mrs. Grace Depola, of Bellaire,
spent the weekend with her sister,
Mr. and Mrs. Guy Vanfossen.
Mr. and Mrs. Earl Gibson and son,
Eddie, spent last week with his
parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. P. Gibson.
While here they visited friends in
Marietta, Zanesville, and Cam
bridge.
Mr. and Mrs. C. S. Shimpert, of
Blackwell, Okla., are visiting this
week with her sister, Mr. and Mrs.
H. P. Gibson.
Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Gibson and
Mrs. Opal VanDyne visited with
their mother, Mrs. Orpha Bishop,
Monday.
Photo Developing—Gillespie’s
MIXED DANCE
V. F. W. HALL
WEST STREET CALDWELL, OHIO
Saturday, August 24
BURNS’ ORCHESTRA
$5.00 Prize For Best Hoe-down Or Tap Dance.
9 To 12 Public Invited
Personals
O. B. Sanford, San Diego, Calif.,
and Miss Gretchen Danford, of Col
umbus, were guests the past week
at the home of Mrs. Willis Hupp,
North street.
Miss Bernice Mills, an associate
of the Lazarus company, Colum
bus, spent the weekend at her home
in Caldwell with her sisters, Mrs.
Willis Hupp and Lena Mills.
Mrs. Vina Sullivan, of Norwich,
is the guest of her sister, Miss Nellie
Weber, of Fairground Road, and
her cousin, Mrs. Minnie Love, of
Lewis street.
Miss Donna Lou Dailey, of Mar
ietta, is spending her vacation w’ith
her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs.
J. M. Dailey, of Bridge street.
Miss Thelma Rice, who is employ
ed at the Farmers and Merchants
Bank, and Miss Janet Parks, both
of North street, are spending a week
with Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Campbell,
of Ludington, Michigan. They will
be accompanied home by Mr. and
Mrs. Campbell, who will spend two
weeks here.
Dr. Charles V. Rice, of Chicago,
Illinois, is expected to arrive soon
to visit his brother, W. E. Rice, of
North street. He was a member of
the first graduating class of the
Caldwell High School, and this is
his first visit here since 1915.
Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Arnold and
son, Paul, of Evansville, Indiana,
are spending a vacation at the home
of his mother, Mrs. Mary Arnold, of
North Street.
Mr. and Mrs. N. R. Colby have
returned to their home in Vinita,
Oklahoma, after visiting at the
home of her mother, Mrs. Martha
McGlashan, of Walnut street.
Mrs. John W. lams and daughter,
Barbara, of Quincy, Mass., are vis
iting at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
Glen lams, of Caldwell-Marietta
Road.
Jonathan DeVoll, of Middletown,
is spending a month’s vacation at
the home of his grandparents, Mr.
and Mrs. Glen lams, of Caldwell
Marietta Road, and Mr. and Mrs.
Ode DeVoll, of Olive.
Mr. and Mrs. Urban Smithberger,
of Medina, visited Saturday with
Mr. and Mrs. Clarence J. Estadt,
Cumberland street. On Sunday,
they continued to Lebanon, Monroe
county, where they visited with Mr.
and Mrs. L. J. Smithberger.
Mr. and Mrs. William Heppner, of
Cumberland street, were visitors in
Cleveland over Saturday and Sun
day.
Mrs. Frank Estadt and daughter,
Julia, of Main street, visited with
friends and relatives in Newark
over the weekend.
Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Noll and
sons, Robert, William, and Donald,
of Pittsburgh, Pa., are spending a
week’s vacation visiting their par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Noll, of
near Harriettsville, and Probate
Judge and Mrs. Otto Poling, of
Cumberland street. The Nolls re
turned to their homes today, Thurs
day.
The condition of little Margaret
Joan, two-year-old daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Frank Estadt, of Main
street, who underwent major sur
gery in the Children’s hospital, Cin
cinnati, is reported most favorable.
Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Crock and
daughter, Kathleen, and son, Ber
nard, of Mechanicsville, Iowa, were
guests of Mrs. W. D. Harper and
family, of Fairground Road, Thurs
day. Mrs. Crock formerly resided on
Herron’s Ridge and is visiting
bi others and sisters in Noble
County.
Mrs. Martha H. Burkholder, a
member of the Ohio Valley Banitam
Association, attended the annual
lawn show at Richmond recently.
She has now returned to her home
on Fairground Road.
Mr. and Mrs. Allen Addis and
Johnson’s Baby Powder
Lg. Size—37c
NO LIMIT!
Mary Ann Flour
25 Lb. Sack—$1.55
gallon
Pork & Beans
Each—79c
Happy Host Coffee
3 Lb. Bag—59c
1 Lb. Bag—21c
Ground To Order!
Ranger Joe
Honey Coated
PUFFED WHEAT
2 Pkgs.—25c
THE JOURNAL CALDWELL OHIO
daughter, Marie, of near Macks-1
burg, were recent guests at the Ja
cob Schneider home at Lowell. Mr.
and Mrs. James T. Loggie, of Hines,
Illinois, were also guests at their
home.
Mrs. Wallace Ayers, of near
Macksburg, underwent a major op
eration recently at the Memorial
hospital at Marietta. She was for
merly Miss Inez Harper, of near
South Olive.
Mr. and Mrs. Blaine King attend
ed the Summerfield F. M. Sunday
school outing at Stafford roadside
park last Thursday.
Mrs. Myrtle Preble, of Boston,
Mass., is visiting at the home of her
daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Moore,
of Marietta, and Mr. and Mrs.
William Moore, of Caldwell.
E. M. Farley, well known insur
ance agent of Caldwell, left recent
ly for Davis, W. Va., in the interest
of his health. Mr. Farley is suffer
ing from asthma. His mother, Mrs.
Cora Farley, accompanied him.
Mark Warren, of Akron, visited
Monday with his sisters, Columbia
Shriver and Effie Warren, on Wal
nut street.
Mr. and Mrs. George Evans, of
Canton, Mrs. John Keeton, near
Caldwell, Mr. and Mrs. Guy Betts,
Salesville, were guests the weekend
of Mr. and Mrs. Ellis Keeton, Bridge
street. Mrs. Keeton left Monday of
this week for a visit with her
daughter, Muri Lippert and family,
of Reynoldsburg.
Mrs. A. O. Rodrian, formerly of
Caldwell and now of Columbus,
visited recently with many of her
friends here.
A large number from this com
munity returned to their homes
Tuesday after spending the weekend
and Monday at Cleveland for the
State American Legion convention.
New Arrivals
Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Brothers,
Quaker City, announce the birth of
a 10 pound, four ounce, daughter,
Wednesday, at St. Francis hospital,
Cambridge.
Mr. and Mrs. Noah Miller of
Buffalo, are announcing the birth
of a daughter at St. Francis hos
pital, Cambridge.
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Caldwell
of Belle Valley, are announcing
the birth of a daughter, in St.
Francis hospital, Cambridge on
Sunday, August 18. Grandparents
are Mrs. Susie Halahan of Belle
Valley, and Mr. and Mrs. Okey
Caldwell of Sharon.
Mr. and Mrs. James H. Chester
of Salesville are announcing the
birth of a son on Sunday, August
18, in St. Francis hospital, Cam
bridge.
Mr. and Mrs. Carlos Palmer,
announce the birth of a daughter,
at Bethesda hospital, Zanesville, on
Saturday, August 17. Grandparents
are: Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Palmer
and Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Moore of
Cumberland.
CHURCH NOTES
East Union Church
Rev. Marie Tschappat will hold
services at the East Union church on
Sunday, Sept. 1, at 2:30 p. m.
Belle Valley Methodist Parish
Rev. John B. McGee, Minister
Church items for Sunday, Aug. 25:1
Ava—worship services at 9:45 a.
m. church school at 10:45 a. m.
prayer services Wednesday evening
at 8:00 o’clock.
Belle Valley Church school at
10:00 a. m.' worship services at 11:00
a. m. New members accepted and
baptismal services will be con
ducted.
Ragan’s Chapel (Hoskinsville)
church school at 10:00 a. m. MYF|
at 7:30 p. m. worship services at
8:00 p. m.
PURE BULK LARI)
Pound 32c
Great Northern Beans
2 lbs.—39c
Tree Ripened Peaches
2 Lbs.—19c
Bushel—$3.50
Please Bring Own Baskets
Metal Wash Boards
Each—79c
Bell’s—Church school at 9:40 a. m.
intili,
limit
p»*h i I
bun
k
Ham Bologna
Lb.—39c
ALL YOU WANT!
Creamery Butter
Lb.—71c
Quaker City or
Caldwell Maid
SUNSHINE
Crispy Crackers
Lb. Box—23c
ALL YOU WANT!
Sour Pitted Cherries
Can—45c
Fresh Crisp Carrots
3 Bunches—25c
Chase and Sanborn
COFFEE
Lb.—35c
Vacuum Packed
Queen Bleach
Gallon—39c
Pure Zinc Jar Caps
Dozen—25c
“GOOD FOODS AT FAIR PRICES” 1
AT------
Ball’s Cash Market
AND
Ball’s WestSide Market
jiW A
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Complete New Line Of
Fall and Winter
GLOVES
FABRIC and KID
(All Sizes)
Price Ranging From
$1.50 to $5.95
SKIRTS
Popular Styles
ALL SIZES!
Price Ranging From
$2.19 up
We Will Have a
Limited Supply of
BRASSIERES
AND
GIRDLES
Also a Few
Hard-To-Get
Items
Will Be Available
SATURDAY
AUGUST 24
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BACK TO SCHOOL
CHILDREN’S FALL AND WINTER WEAR!
SLACKS
ALL SIZES
Price Ranging From—
$2.75 t» $5.25
DRESSES
SIZES 7 TO 14
$1.50
OVERALLS—Sizes 2 to 8 $1.69 up
POLO SHIRTS—All Sizes 98c up
BOYS’ SWEATERS—All Sizes $1.95 up
JUMPERS—100% Wool Sizes 7 to 14 $6.95
RAIN CAPES and RAIN COATS—Sizes 7 to 14 $2.59 to $4.75
ASK TO SEE OUR CHILDREN’S NEW FALL AND WINTER
COATS AND SNOW SUITS ARRIVING DAILY
PRICE $5.95 UP.
INQUIRE ABOUT OUR LAY-AWAY PLAN!
Main Street
OFF
One Suit, Size
One Suit, Size
One Suit, Size
One Suit, Size
One Suit, Size
One Suit, Size
16—Was $19.95
16—Was $19.95
18—Was $22.95
SWEATERS
100% Wool
ALL SIZES'
Price Ranging From
$2.25 up
Sizes 16 to 44—Priced
Sizes 46 to 52—Priced
Thursday,
SUMMER DRESSES
ABOUT 100 PIECES!
All Must Go, Regardless of Cost .To
Make Room For New Fall Merchandise.
CHILDREN’S SPRING COATS
26 GARMENTS ... All Sizes!
bathing suits
ONE GROUP OF SIX SUITS
10—Was $22.95
12—Was $19.95
16—Was $19.95
NEW FALL STYLES!
ASK TO SEE OUR
FALL and WINTER
COATS
ARRIVING DAILY!
$19.20 up
Inquire About Our Lay-Away Plan.
See Our New Line Of
Nationally Advertised
JANE I WILL
SWEATERS
100 PERCENT WOOL
Price Ranging From—
$3.25 to $5.50
HOUSE DRESSES
CLOTH OF GOLD—
Sizes 12 to 20—Priced
LONG SLEEVES—
Sizes 34 to 44—Priced
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August 22, 1946
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NOW $15.95
Complete New Line Of
FALL
PURSES
PLASTIC LEATHER
Black and Brown
Price Ranging From
$1.79 to $7.95
EVERYTHING
FOR THE
BABY!
Store
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