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4 Thursday, August 29, 1946 HarriettsvUle— Fanchon Vanfossen, Ray Thornberiy Marriage Announced J. Harriettsville, Aug. 28 Vanfossen of route 1 announces the marriage of his daughter, Fanchon, to Ray Thornberry, son of Mr. and Mrs. E. R. Thornberry, of Pittsburgh, Pa. The marriage ceremony was performed at the home Sunday, August 25, by Rev. J. V. A. Traylor, of Woodsfield. The bride was attired in a pink net dress with matching acces sories and a corsage of gardenias and pink rosebuds. The new bride is a graduate of Elk local high school, class of 1942. The groom is on a 15 day fur lough from Geiger Field, Spokane, Washington, and will be in service for one more year. the wed their Mr. Following the pretty home ding, a dinner was served in honor to the following guests: and Mrs. E. R. Thomberry, and Mrs. Al Vandergrift and Danny, of Pittsburgh, Pa., Mr. Mrs. Willjam Thornberry of Vernon, Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Feldner and daughter, Miss Norma Jean, of Caldwell route, J. R. Van fossen, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Van fossen and Freda Cantwell. After the dinner, the newlyweds left for Lake Erie and other places in the northern part of the state. Mr. and Mrs. Thornberry are re ceiving the congratulations of their many friends. Lawn Dinner Enjoyed Mr. and Mrs. L. D. Schramm en tertained with a lawn dinner Sat urday evening. Those present were Mrs. William Tabler of Detroit, Mich., Mr. and Mrs. Elliott Eldred and family, of Elyria, Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Johanning, Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Johanning and daughter, and Daniel Schramm. 4-H Club Representative Ann. has Miss Nina Lee Hendershot been chosen as representative the 4-H clubs of Elk township for four days at Columbus, where she will get information to bring back for the local clubs. Ullmans Entertain from Mr. and Mrs. John Ullman en tertained with a dinner Sunday. Those present were Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Ullman and children, Marilyn, Gail and Judy, of Mt. Vernon, Doris, Esther, Anna Marie and Dick Schott, and Mrs. Hazel Bartell and daughter, Darlene, of Dexter City route, and Mrs. Earl Ullman and Larry, Donald and Frankie, Stafford. News Briefs Mr. and children, of en for of Supt. and Mrs. H. M. Ayers tertained with a dinner Friday Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Franks, Chagrin Falls. Mrs. Waldine Hendershot enter tained with a family chicken din ner Sunday, honoring the birthday anniversary of her Roger. A candle topped cak miniature dahlias centeied table. sixth son, and the Callers at the home of Mrs. Bessie Miller and sisters, Sunday, were: Mrs. Malinda Keller of Chandlersville, Mrs. Nell Dettingei of Detroit, Mich., Mr. and Mrs. Alva Born and Larry Sweedham of Lowell, Mr. and Mrs. William Arnold of Whipple. Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Schoeppner and son. Dale, and spent the weekend at Pittsburgh, Pa. Mrs. Joe Noll with relatives Mr. and Mrs. Franklin Reed and daughter, Judy, of Summerfield visited Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Carence- Mantel. Wilse Martin of Zanesville spent the weekend with his brother, Mi. and Mrs. T. E. Martin. A W. Lee and daughter, Donna Jane, and Mrs. John Haffner vis ited the past week with relatives at Canton. IViaAlllV Bobbie Lyons of Maxine and Chandlersville route spent a weeks their sister, vacation with Annabelle Howell. Miss Mary Mantel visited sev eral days the past week with her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Orville Okev of Berne. Mrs. Ada Stoffel spent the past two weeks visiting her daughter Mr. and Mrs. Frank Rawleston, of Columbus. Mr and Mrs. Guy Beardmore of Zanesville were Sunday visitors at the home of Mr. and Mrs. MMrsr Nell Dettinger of Detroit, Mich., is spending a vacation a their farm home here. She had as weekend guests, her aunt, Malinda Keller, of Chandlersville. Miss Mary Mantel visited re cently with her aunt, Mrs. Frank lin Reed, and family, of Summer- Sunday visitors at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Forest Howell were Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Marshall, Mi. and Mrs. Burdette Elliot, Bernice Marshall and Gordon Thompson ot Chandlersville route. Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Franks ol Chagrin Falls, Miss Clara Franks and S. W. *. guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ayers of route 1, Saturday even ing. Ayers were dinner Burdette Jennie Crum visited one Mrs. Fred Mrs. day last week with Friehauf. Mr. and Mrs. Mantua spent the weekend with his mother, Mrs. route 1. Fred Love of Fena Love, of home of Supt. Visitors at the and Mrs. H. M. Ayers, Sunday af ternoon, were: Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Merry of Caldwell, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hawkins of Cumberland and Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Hawkins of Antioch. Miss Clara Franks and Mr. and 4 Mrs. Oscar Franks visited one day last week with Mrs. Louise Unger of Sycamore Valley. Harry F. Adams of Graysville I was a business visitor Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Carlos son, Gary, and Mr. and les Vanfossen and Freda Cantwell spent Tuesday with relatives at Mrs. Dorothy Book and daugh ter, Ellen, returned home from a two weeks visit at Canton and Alliance and is staying now with her father, C. D. Miller. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Bonar and family and Ralph Love of Colum bus spent the weekend with Mi. and Mrs. T. P. Love of route 1. Miss Nora Ayers of route 1 left Saturday for Marietta where she has employment as nurses aide in Marietta Memorial hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Charles and granddaughter, Janet Mantel, Carl Mantel and ma Murphy enjoyed an Seneca Lake, Sunday. Among those who attended the Ride Again" C. C. Bonar, Misses Bertha and Eleanor Bonar, Chester Feldner, Mr. and Mrs. Archie Vanfossen and family. show, “The Daltons were: Tom Gildow, The night blooming cerise, be longing to Miss Clara Patterson, has bloomed three different even ings. Shenandoah Trail Shenandoah Trail, Aug. 28 Mr. and Mrs. William Bond and family have returned home Sunday from a ten days visit with relatives in Iowa. Mr. and Mrs. Hobart Bond and Mrs. W. K. Wheeler and son, Kyle, attended the funeral of Sam Coultas in Zanesville last week. Lafayette Robins has secured em ployment at the state hospital at Cambridge. Ward Robins and family umbus visited their parents here the past weekend. Mr. and Mrs. Hobart Bond, Mr. and Mrs. Glen Williams and E. O. Bond attended the lair at Columbus Tuesday. Glen Wheeler and family of Der went were guests at G. H. Wheeler’s Sunday. Rev. Blankenbricker began a two weeks series of evangelistic services at Union chapel Sunday evening. Miss Madlyn Young of Zanesville is the guest of her friend, Miss ine Laughlin. Summerfield in town Miller and Mrs. Chat Barnesville. Mrs. Miller remained for a visit with her Naomi McGee. sister, Mrs. Stevens and Sarahsville, and Frazeysburg Mr. and Mrs. Lewis daughter, Martha, and Mrs. Ora daughter, Jane, visited Sunday with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. S. O. Stevens. of Lindamood of and Mrs. Fred Hardesty Sunday evening with C. D. on route 1. and Mrs. Oscar Franks of Mr. spent Miller Mr. Chagrin Falls spent the past week visiting relatives on route 1. Miss Em outing at Mr. and Mrs. Hobart spent Sunday afternoon and Mrs. Charles Union. Feldner with Mr. Feldner of East Payne of Mari tw Wai Miss Mary Lou etta route, spent weeks with her sister, Mrs. dine Hendershot, and family. the past Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Johanning and daughter, Ann, visited Sunday with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Pryor, of Dexter City route. Mrs. Jane Wilson of Caldwell and Miss Hattie Hardesty spent the past week with Mr. and Mrs. Glen Wilson and family. Mr. and Mrs. B. W. Ullman and daughter, Martha, and son, Joe, at tended the funeral of Mrs. Ull man’s uncle, William Kirchner, of Middlebourne, W. Va., Sunday. Rev. A. G. Nickel is spending several weeks at the seashore in the interest of his health. Mrs. C. C. Bonar returned home Sunday after spending a week with Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Corbitt, of Revenna. Summerfield, Aug. 28—A prettj wedding of interest here was sol emnized in the Whigville Metho dist church, Sunday morning at 1 o’clock, when Miss Anna Bell Bates daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Bates, became the bride of Ronald Archer, son of Mr. and Mrs. Racey Archer. Rev. Tschappat performed the single ring ceremony. Those attending Friday Freda Cantwell spent with Mrs. Minnie Stevens. A record breaking crowd ed the father-son dinner at hall. Sunday. Mr. son, and Mt. attend Palace ter Mantel Louise Mrs. man Iowa to Herman G. W. Ulrich has gone to visit his daughter, Mrs. Anderson. of Col- Max- Can rela- Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Neff of ton are visiting Noble county tives. Kennonsburg Kennonsburg, Aug. 28 Several attended the Lashley and Bodkin re union held in the Willard Lashley last Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Teddy Rose and children of Colorado arrived Satur day to attend the They are out for visit. above reunion, a three weeks and Mrs. Hobart D. G. McVicker Bates and son, Herbert, visited their sister, Vesta, at Centerburg, Satur day and Sunday. Russell Magis was in Barnesville on business Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Harold House and Bert House attended the all-day meeting at Calais, Sunday. are at Mr. and Mrs. Harold House visiting relatives at Delaware present. Emma Massie left Cambridge on Sunday evening to visit her hus band, Ures, at Red Boiling Springs, Tenn. They will return home the first of next week. Mrs. Audra Long was shopping at Cambridge Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Malcolm Parks and Mrs. Reuben Parks spent Monday in Cambridge. Mrs. Ruth Milon and children spent Monday night with Mr. and Mrs. Ellis Long. Reuben Parks was in Cambridge on business Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. David Brill and Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Brill of Columbus visited Sunday with Mr. and Mrs, Isaac Danford. der, of Central City Elvin Sutherland and son, ol Canton, and Mis. Fred Orr, Caldwell. 10 «, “I Will Al I Love You before the wedding, the in blue with and carried an Elaine Archer sang, ways Love You” and Truly”, immediately ceremony. For her bride was attired matching accessories arm bouquet. the wedding from here were Mr. and Mrs. A. G. Wharton, Mrs. Stanley Dalrymple, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Guiler and family, Mr. and Mrs. Donald Han nahs, Mr. and Mrs. Zern Mallett, Mr. and Mrs. Homer Warner, Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Wheatley, Mrs. C. H. Meek and daughter, Helen. Dinner Guests Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Horton en tertained at their country home, south of here Sunday with a course dinner. Covers were arranged for Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Horton, Mr. and Mrs. George Muchaeneus and daughter, Mary, Mr. and Mrs. Les- Swearington and son, Jimmie, Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Swearington. Mr. and Mrs. William Williams and son, Billie, of Canton, William Hor ton and the host and hostess. Birthday Party Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Batten, Pike street, entertained with a dinner Sunday evening, honoring the birth day anniversary of their Guests Fowler Joan Hughes, of Zanesville, Mr. and Mrs. Howard Wharton. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Gene Wharton, Vernon Moore, Gene Hanes and the host and hostess. Personals Mrs. Florence Wickham, ietta, is spending two weeks with relatives and friends. and and Mr. and Mrs. Carl Bonar son, Lloyd, Misses Eleanor Bertha Bonar visited recently 1 Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Corbitt, Ravenna. with of THE JOURNAL CALDWELL OHIO Reed. For the time being, they will reside with Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Stephens. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Trees, Cleve land, and Edna Nichols, Columbus, visited at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Havenor, the weekend. Mr. and Mrs. visited Mr. and the past week. Mrs. Mary spent several days last week at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Capell Horton. Florence Sarahsville Mr. and recently New and the home of Sutherland Chester Hayes Mr. and Mrs. and children, el, of Newark, Pearley Sny Judith Mr. and Mrs. Jackie, Mr. and Mrs. Howard Wharton called on Bill Carter at Fredricks dale, Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur G. Wharton visited her parent at Berne Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Pryor are moving into the home they have recently repaired on Main srteet. Miss Ruth Triplett visited with friends at Batesville the past week. The Free Methodist tent meeting closed Sunday evening with attendance at each session. Orr was the evangelist. O. L. Frank the home of Guests at Triplett the past week were Mrs. Sara Triplett, Mr. and Mrs. William Edgar, Mr. find Mrs. Harold Roe, daughter, Evelyn. Mr. and Mrs. George Triplett, children, Connie and Darrel, Laquita Triplett, Mrs. Maude Forbes, daughter, Shirley of Wierton, W’. Va. Frank Triplett, Roy Hastings and George Triplett are on a business trip to California. Mr. and Mrs. James Warner had as guests over the weekend, Mr. and Mrs. George Archer and children of Canton, Mrs. Effie McCune. Mrs. Mon Kirkbridge and children, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Warner and family of Jerusalem and Mary Leasure. Miss Thelma Leasure spent Sun day with Betty Warner. Mr. and Mrs. Amos Leasure and son spent Sunday with the latter’s parents, Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Kirk bride of Sarahsville. Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Wheatley, Mr. and Mrs. John Kane of Zanesville enjoyed a picnic at Athens, Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. H. P. Gibson had as guests the past week, Mr. and Mrs. Clem Stempert, Mr. and Mrs. Liev elen Robinson and son of Blackwell, Okla., Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Buck ingham and children of Racine, Mo., Emma Buskingham of Cambridge, Mr. and Mrs. Ervin Lievellen of Lincoln, Neb., Ora Reed, daughter, Donna, of Swazey, Mr. and Mrs. William Fowler and daughter of East Fullingham. Mr. and Mrs. Wilford Garrett en tertained as dinner guests, Sunday, Cecil Foster of Providence, R. I., Earl Foster, New Haven, Conn., Dale and Thelma Garrett, host and host es. Other guests included Mr. and Mrs. Pat Slate and daughter of Flushing, Harold and Bonnie Franks of Zanesville. Mrs. Ruth McGinnis is visiting this week with her sister, Mr. and Mrs. D. A. Bowron, Columbus. Mrs. Edith Blanchard and Ethel Dotson were dinner guests at the home of Pearl Reed, Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Stephens visited their son and family at Lewisville Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Capell Horton, of Stafford Ridge, have sold their farm and other possessions to Franklin Nelson, Columbus, Louise Rupple, Wheeling, W. Va., spent the weekend with her parents Mr. and Mrs. Ben Rupple. Mrs. Alva Horton has been under the care of a physician for the past week. Florence, Aug. 28—Visiting with Mrs. u ere ters, land, Soph’a Malissa last weekend Mrs. Anna Payor and daugh Stella and Eleanor, of Clev Mrs. William Clayton, the foi Frieda Gibas. and daughte of Cleves, and Mr. and Mr Dail, Steve Mazgay and daughter, Dinah, of Cincinnati. Mrs. Clayton will spend a two weeks vacation here. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Arnold and Andrew Sarley of Cincinnati spent the weekend at the home of their parents. Mrs. Arnold is the former Helen Sarley. Gene Evans and Emil Krauk are spending a few days in Cincinnati with friends. John Satonick who has ployed at a lumber camp Georgia has returned to here. Mrs. Lucy Cale, of Canton, visited Emma Pennington last week. Mrs. Marcus and daughters, gella and Helen, of Bridgeport, and Gertrude Nary, of St. Clairsville, visited Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Meek and Helen Meek, Sunday. They en joyed a picnic supper on the Staf ford park grounds. An Mrs. Nellie Cunningham was a dinner guest Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Dalrymple. John Richard is the name of the infant son born recently to Mr. and Mrs. Horton. Mrs. Horton is the daughter of Mrs. Inez Franklin, this community. Guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Z. II. Hanes Sunday were Mr. and Mrs. Delbert Swain and daugh ter, of Columbus, Mr. and Mrs. Guy Gibson, Mrs. Orpha Swain, of Sar ahsville, Mr. and Mrs. Everett Cam den, and daughter, of Sycamore Harry Knowell and daughter, o Zanesville and Belle Pryor, of Dal and Mrs. John Yarkosky Michigan viisted with Stritz and famil Mr Detn and Mis. Ernest last weekend. m, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Mary Chicwak in Cleveland is weeks vacation here. of Mar her Keithtown John Frye, Canton, Mrs. George Amos been err at Rom his horn of Canton vis and family the Pete Lichwarscik ited with his wife past weekend. is employed on John Voytas who the Akron-Canton airport spent the weekend here. Betty Kolenich and Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Soderquist are spending sev eral months viisting friends and Mr. and Mrs. Pete Bakos at Reseda, Calif. Mrs. Soderquist is the former Julia Kolenich. Mrs. Ray Dovenbarger and Nancy Baker of Belle Valley spent Sunday with Mrs. Charles Wilkis. Mrs. Sarahville, Aug, 28—Mr. and Roger Cunningham and Mrs. How ard Guiler and children were shop ping at Zanesville one day last week. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Bettinger and son, Don, and Harry Mellon were callers at Marietta last Saturday. Mr. and Mrs .Andy Nichelson at tended the funeral of her aunt, Mrs. Lou Farson, last Sunday in Keith town. Mr. and Mrs. Haskett Pi yor and family were visiting relatives a1 South Olive Sunday afternoon. Mrs. Margaret Cunningham vis ited in Caldwell one day last week. Mr. William Forshey 1 eft last week for Corning where he is going to teach. Joy Louise and Jewell Willeys, little daughters of Mr. and Mrs. Clinton Willeys, of Keithtown have been visiting with their grandpar ents, Mr. and Mrs. Andy Nichelson. Mr. and Mrs. Clark McCannas of Zanesville and Mr. and Mrs. Ed Knox of Cambridge and Hershel Sills of Byesville spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Dode Kirkbride. The Tent meeting closed Sunday night. People in this community have been busy in the last week or two canning peaches. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Bettinger and family and Mr. and Mrs. Whetzel Shafer visited Mr .and Mrs. Homer Rich over at Kennonsburg recently and made two big freezes of ice cream. Sharon G. Sharon, Aug. 28—Mr. and Mrs. E. Marquis and granddaughter, Irene, are visiting with his brother, Rev. Simeon Marquis of Detroit, Michigan. Mr. and Mrs .Kiah Archibald and daughter, Marjorie, of Guthrie Cen ter, Iowa, and Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Archibald were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Mack Archibald, Friday. Mrs. Pauline Sampson, daughter, Norma Jean, of Flint, Mich., are visiting her mother, Mrs. Letitia Steen, and other relatives. Eva May Marquis spent the week end with Mr. and Mrs. Cash Mar quis of Canton. Mrs. Marquis Courtney and sister, Mrs. Angie Sanford of Guthrie Cen ter, Iowa, are visiting their brother, Earl Courtney, and family and sis ter, Mrs. Carrie Caldwell and fam ily. Mrs. Edna Wiley, daughter, Jean Kay and Linda, Lois Caldwell and Deanna Marquis enjoyed a picnic dinner at the Roadside park near Caldwell, Sunday. Barbara Dennis of near Belle Valley visited with Mr. and Mrs. L. K. Marquis and other relatives last week. Donald Boyd of Kenova, W. Va., spent the weekend with his parents, Mr .and Mrs. E. C. Boyd. Shirley Marquis spent a few days last week with Harmon. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Lawrence Hatton of Mrs. Mowery of Mr .and Mrs. Cleveland, and Greenville, Pa., were calling on Mr. and Mrs. George Marquis, Friday Keithtown, Aug. 28—Sunday din ner guests at the home of Oscar Waller were Mr. and Mrs. Irvin Schlegel of Boyertown, Pa., Mr. and Mrs. Ivan Waller of Canton. After noon trailers were Joe Chandler, Gene Parcell, and Wayne Mincks, Mr. and Mrs. Glen Waller and chil dren, John, Joanne, Joyce and Jean ette, Maxine, June, Erma and the host and the hostess, Mr .and Mrs. Waller. Sunday visitors at the home of Vernon Hughes were Mr .and Mrs. Irvin Foraker and children, Donna Wanda and Linda Kay. Mayme Crooks visited recently at the homes of Nan Parcell and Mat O'Brian. Mary I ingram and sister of Can ton visited over the weekend at the home of Nan Carrel. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Chandler spent Sunday at the home of their daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Jonas Stack. Sunday callers at the home of Ard Chandler and family were Mr. and Mrs. John Swank, Charlie Smith Shirley Hughes and Harley Teeters. Mr. and Mrs. John Courtney and children of Canton visited recently at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Mitchell. Mrs. Edith Chandler and son, Harley, visited a few days the past week with her daughter and son-in law, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Morse and other relatives at Cuyahoga Falls. Leon Slater, son of Mr. and Mrs. Earl Slater, charged from Clcv who spending a with her is employe* twi parents Margaret George Kusnerak and Tice of Canton spent the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Pete Kusnerak. Guests of Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Safigan and family last week were Mr. and Mrs. Charles Farkus and daughter of Cleveland and Mr. and Mrs. John Kolencih and family who were enroute to Cleveland from Florida, where they had spent a two weeks vacation. Mr. J. Jtors at the home of Leo Burkhart were James Burkhart and Weekend vis Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. daughter, Mrs. and grandson, jland, and Burkhart and erville, Ohio. Cumberland Mrs. Rhea Starr friends in Cleveland. T. P. Hannahs, of transacted business in Tuesday and called on The Hannahs family formerly re sided in Cumberland. Lacel Pitts and family, of Bloom field, called on C. C. Moore and Carlos Palmer over the weekend. Dr. and Mrs. O. E. Kline, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Zimpher and children, of Taylor i, Mrs. Columbus, House. Frank Mr. and Mrs. 1 Mrs. Stella Laughlin, Thompson, of Senec quests with Mr. and Jrow on Sunday. H. K. Mrs. ton, v William Dolish, sited her mother, Columbus. Mrs. Lou McClelland, Main street, is a patient in Good Samaritan hos pital, Zanesville, receiving ment for injuries sustained in last week. Dungannon treat- Mrs. Raymond Kathary, ol recently visited Mrs. I. C. umbus, Young. Last idence here Monday, Mrs. Mary M. Haney, passed away from life at the Sigfried Rest Home, Cam bridge. She had been a patient there since May 12. Mrs. Haney was born and raised near Cumber land spent most of her life here. Her husband died in 1939. Burial was made in the Cumberland cem etary. Surviving are three grand children, Lydia and Everett Smith,| of Cambridge, Massillon, and child. A daughter, Florence Haney Smith, preceded her in death sev eral years ago. rites were held at the res 10 A. M„ for Saturday Dwight Smith, of one great grand- Dungannon, Aug. 28—Mrs. Roy Mincks of Hackney spent Thursday evening with her daughter, Mrs. Eddie McMannis Mrs. Edna Evans and sons, Albert and Billie, are visiting her sister, Mrs. Ivan Morris of Bristol. Resie, Vina and Aline and Paul Jordan called on their cousins, Mrs. Hattie Brown and Mrs. Mary Hesson of Macksburg, Sunday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Francis Stewart and children, Sue, Eddie, Philip and Fred of Hackney visited his parents Mr. and Mrs. Ed Stewart, Sunday. Mrs. Clara Hughes returned to her home Monday after several days of visiting with her son. John Hughes and family of Lowell. Misses Mary Ethella and Lavina Farson of Beverly attended the funeral services of their aunt, Mrs. Louie Farson. Funeral services were held at Keithtown. Miss Stella Hardin spent several days last week with her niece, Mrs. Walter Smith and family. Ressie, Vina, Aline and Paul Jor dan visited Mr. and Mrs. Clinton Taylor Tuesday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Haines of Navarre are visiting Mrs. Alma Mincks and daughter. While here Mrs. Haines’ mother, Mrs. Mincks, took seriously ill with little hopes ol her recovery. Born to Mr. and Mrs. Walter Stewart, at the Marietta Memorial hospital, Friday, Aug. 16, a son. The infant has been named Charles Dean. Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Steward, of this place, and Frank Augenstein, of Beverly. Mr. and Mrs. William attended the Fleeman Marietta, Sunday. Olive Green Pleasant Valley Green and the Snyder day Wiekh en- Mrs Mrs Cumberland, Aug. 28, Blanche Poorman, and Mr. and Kenneth Dudley and son, of Bell ville, called in the village, Sunday P. M. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Dudley and daughter, Ruth, accompanied Mr. and Mrs. Earl Smith, of Caldwell, to Parkersbure, W. Va., Sunday, where they joined a group of friends at a dinner party. The party visited sev eial interesting places during the afternoon and evening. daughter, last week Crow. Crow and and Mrs. H. K. Grace, of Pomeroy, spent with Mr. The W. W. Keyes residence on Carl street is receiving extensive repairs at this time including imi tation brick siding. T. C. Yoho and son, Charles, are the carpenters. Caldwell, was a Roy Dudley and Earl Schehl, of recent caller with family. i and far 'ds and 1 week. Shelby and dinner quests at the hor W. T. Hague visited Ernest Davis and wife Sunday. George Smith and wife were guests for dinner at the home of Angie Johns Sunday and accom panied her to church at East Union Sunday afternoon. Varney Edwards and family called on James Wickham and fam ily Sunday evening. W. T. Hague, Charley Miller, Del bert Miller and family, George Smith and wife, and Shelby Green were business callers in Caldwell Saturday afternoon and evening. Shelby Green and family attended the Archer wedding at Whigville Sunday morning. LEGAL NOTICE may be concerned that the Cambridge have petitioned Pleas of Noble authority to sell the nd certain Real Es follows: and known atist Church. bounty of Noble and Baptist recently visited Association urt of Common Ohio, for building a scribed as Situa Cambridge the village old friends Beaver Ba ed in the of Ohio, to-1 State 8 Ra by hip No. -ly sold lit.:ary it subject risdiction other Mr. publication of thi er of said petitic Mrs. Ida Bay and family the past week. residence Kate fered The attractive 8 room formerly occupied by Mrs. Connor, Main street, here is of: or sale by her son, T. Connor, Due to ill health, Mrs. Conner left here sometime ago to reside with her children in Columbus. CAMBRIDGE BAPTIST ASSOCIATION. By Arthur Addy, and Carnes, Attorneys. Salesville Fleeman reunion at assisting Miss Lucille Martin Mrs. Edgar Farson, near Keithtown, in canning peaches. Misses Mary and LaVina and Ethella Farson of Beverly visited Miss Nora Hughes, Monday. and Olive Green, Aug. 28—Mr. Mrs. Gerald Parks, near Reiners ville, have moved to Zanesville, Gerald is a son of Mr. and Mrs. Dewey Parks, well known farmer, in this vicinity. Miss Nellie Anderson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Anderson has returned home after a week’s stay at the home of her friend, Beulah Moreland, Duncan Falls. Miss Carol Bellville, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. “Frosty” Bellville was a Sunday caller and dinner guest at the home of friends, Doris and Lor aine Parks, near Reinersville. Pleasant Valley ted in nty, Ohii Aug. 28—She took supper rah Gant called on s and family Thurs- Lydia and George Tweedale Tommy Grabos, of Mr. and Mr son, Bruce of Martha hearing __ who is hereby given to all 3 4 5 6 7 8 United States 160 acres, :s except 3A of istees of the Said premises lands, more or acre sold to the 7 'er Baptist Church. held in the name ... ______ Church and over which Cambridge 1st Association is the successor in by virtue of Section 10013, General be. Beaver Bap- 5 6 7 1 premises are Cambridge association is body having ntirely inde connections. after first pray to to an iligious be for le date aotice and the authority i therein and disposition of COMPETENT IMPARTIAL TRUSTWORTHY ADVICE with professional skill and with thorough going experience ... we offer you every facility, every assistance, and complete com pliance with your every request! make your own plans to meet the INEVITABLE NEED! ----look to us NOW for advice and guidance in planning and beautifying your cemetery plot while conditions are favorable for erect ing your MEMORIAL. VISIT OUR STUDIOS —AT— CALDWELL AND CAMBRIDGE. Guernsey Memorials FRED LaGRAEN—Local Manager WEST STREET CALDWELL, OHIO Page Nine Salesville, Aug. 28 Mrs. E. L. Price of Newark and Mrs. Walter Denbow of Urbana visited Mr. and Mrs. Ulric Stillion and Mrs. Alma Harding and family of Senecaville recently. Harold Stillion has been visiting relatives in Newark. Hubert Holmes of Newark is vis iting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Holmes. Mrs. Orea Woodward and Mrs. Grace Newman of Old Washington and Miss Mildred Ford, Cambridge were weekend visitors at the home of Miss Vinnie Frame. Stella Black was shopping in Cam bridge, Saturday. Mrs. E. L. Frame of Salesville, route, was calling at the home of Miss Vinnie Frame, Tuesday after noon. George Brill of Canton visited the weekend with his aunt, Mrs. Claudia Heaney. William Matheny spent the week end with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. James Hague. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Stillion were shopping at Zanesville last week. PUBLIC NOTICE Whereas, three petitions having been resented to the ,, Ohio, P’ Jot Commissioners of to close roads in Brookfield Township. er One—To abandon for Township Road No. 92. section with Township a northeasterly direction lastala farm, a distance one-half mile, said road being rook field Township. Noble mber Two To abandon se Township Road No. 91 tersection with Township in a northerly direction to unty-Guernsey County line, about seven-eighths of a ile. said road being located in Brook Id Township, Noble County, Ohio. Petition Number Three—To abandon public use the township road which tersects with State Route No. 76 at heeler Gorby farm in Section Five in 'ookfield Township. Noble County, aio, thence running in a southeasterly rection to County Road No. 24, a dis nce of about one and one-eighth lies. A resolution by Noble County Com issioners have set date of September 1946, time 2:30 o’clock P. M., for view said roads, and date of September 1946, time 2:30 o’clock P. M„ for final on said roads. BY ORDER OF NOBLE COUNTY COMMISSIONERS. 7 RAY McVAY, Clerk. LEGAL NOTICE IN THE COMMON PLEAS COURT OF NOBLE COUNTY James Hamilton, Plaintiff —vs— Catherine J. Hamilton, Defendant. That Catherine J. Hamilton, whose residence is 116 I. Street, South Boston. Mass., will take notice that on the 29th day of May, 1946, James F. Hamilton filed a petition against her in the Court of Common Pleas, Noble County, Ohio, in Case No. for divorce on grounds of extreme cruelty and gross neglect of duty. The prayer of said petition is for divorce and other relief. Said defendant is required to answer said petition on or before the 13th day of September, 1946. L. C. YOUNG. Attorney For Plaintiff. Notice of Appointment Estate of Estella Notice is hereby DeVoe, of R. Section 14, Gibson, Deceased, jiven that Frank S. F. D., Lewisville, Ohio. appointed executor of Estella C. Gibson, de of Summerfield, Noble the Estate of ceased, late County, Ohio. ors are required to file their claims with said fiduciary within four months Dated or be forever barred, this 9th day of August, 1946. OfTO POLTNG. Probate Judge of said County. Notice of Appointment ate of Roy McCune, Deceased. Jotice is hereby given that Derwood Cune, of 1077 North Court. Barber- Ohio, has been duly appointed Ad aistrator of the estate of Roy Mc ne, deceased, late of Noble Township, ble County, Ohio. Jreditors are required to file their ims with said fiduciary within four nths or be forever barred. Dated this 20th day of August, 1946. 6 7 8 The Inevitable Need OTTO POLING. Probate Judge of said County.