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The Journal “x-cels” in developing and produeing quality printing. VOLUME 88 ESTABLISHED IN 1859 HUFFMAN CAR COMPLETELY DEMOLISHED IN ACCIDENT, OCCUPANT HOSPITALIZED Glen Huffman, 29. resident of East Union and employed at the Caldwell Produce Co., suffered in ternal injuries, Sunday morning, in an auto collision with Edw. L. Merry, on state route 78, east of Caldwell. Huffman was removed in the McVay ambulance to the St. Fran cis hospital, Cambridge. Extent of his injuries could not be deter- Interest In Calf Program Reaches All-Time High Preliminary plans for the Noble county 4-H beef calf program have been announced by County Agent Floyd Henderson. Several requests have already been received from club members for help in the purchase of both steer and heifer calves for use in the 1947 project work. Boys and girls throughout the county, who are interested, in this program, should contact the county agent immediately, not later than October 1. Plans are now being made for the purchase of these calves. Members of the committee in charge of the project include: Frady Archer, Edw. L. Merry, Donald L. Harkins, Ray Elswick, John D. Wheeler, and Floyd Hen derson. Legion Auxiliary To Hold Joint Installation James Leonard and Mrs. E. G. Ditch will be installed as comman der and president of the American Legion post and auxiliary, Wednes day evening, Oct. 2, in a joint in stallation. They succeed Jack Ber ry and Mrs. William Rucker in this capacity. District Commander Cox of Byesville will be installing officer for the Legion officers. Mrs. H. G. Richcreek will serve in capacity for the auxiliary. 11 12c this en- A pot luck dinner will be joyed at 6:30 o’clock. Knights of Columbus Meeting Thursday, Sept. 26—8:30 P. M. NOTICE—To Taxpayers In Noble County. The tax books are now open for receiving tax on the last half of the 1946 personal property. October 31 is last date to pay with out penalty. IRA PRYOR, County Treasurer. Tuberculosis Exa To 817 Children J. H. Colley, executive secretary of the Noble county Public Health association, announced today that 817 school children, teachers and adults, were examined last Monday, at the free T. B. clinic sponsored by the local organization. The breakdown revealed that 762 school children, teachers and cooks were examined, in addition to 55 adults. Reports of the X-Ray exam ination will be made to the individ uals in approximately four weeks. Dr. Dan Morse, Columbus, prom inently known in this type of work, —Photos by Jack Wilson. Above Photos—Two views of the Glen Huffman car which was molished in a collision Merry, Sunday morning, taches stated Wednesday Huffman would recover. Left—Edw. L. Merry was only slightly injured in the wreck, Sunday. He was driving a coupe, which was damaged. Merry, who is president of the Farmers & Merchants bank, suffered only a slight leg injury. de completely with Edw. Hospital morning at- that Mr. mined immediately. He is married and has two children. Mr. Merry, who is president of the Farmers & Merchants bank, suffered slight injuries to the leg. The accident occurred just east of Caldwell near the home of Walter Fogle. Huffman had two pigs in the car and both escaped but were later rounded up by neighbors. Shirley Crum Reported Improving At Hospital Shirley Crum, 11, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Crum, is slowly improving at the Memorial hospital in Marietta from injuries sustained in a tractor accident recently. Hospital attaches said today that amputation of both legs would not be necessary and their fight to save both limbs had thus far been suc cessful. Gas gangrene had developed in one leg but this likewise has been checked. The little girl was severely in jured September 15, when the trac tor pinned her against a silo wall, fracturing and shattering the bones in both legs. New Frazer Car Will Be Shown Saturday Dean A. Reed, owner and man ager of the Reed Motor Agency, announced today that the new 1947 Frazer automobile would be shown in his display rooms, corner of West and Poplar streets, next Sat urday morning. The model will be in Caldwell for only one day, from 10:00 o’clock a. m. until 7:00 p. m., Sat urday. Open house will be held at that time and the public is invited to attend this preview. Mr. Reed stated today that de livery of new Frazer and Kaiser cars would be coming through in the near future. ENLIST IN ARMY Ed Clark, Sarahsville and Fred Powel, Mt. Ephraim, have enlisted in the U. S. Army and left Thurs day for Ft. Hayes, where they were inducted. TO NEW HOME Mr. and Mrs. Worl W. Thompson and family moved this week to their new home on East street. The for mer Morgan property, it has been completely re-modeled. minations Given And Adults was in charge of the local clinic. Mrs. Marvin P. Wood is president of the Noble county association. The examination was financed by the annual sale of Christmas seals, ac cording to Mr .Colley. According to Dr. Morse, the x-ray survey is a preventive health mea sure conducted to give people in Noble county the sense of security that comes from knowing their chests are free from tuberculosis and to find people who need treat ment early—at the same time checking the spread of tuberculosis in the community. Grand And Petit Jurors Drawn For October Term Grand Jury Reports Oct. 7 Petit Jurors Tuesday, Oct. 15 Grand and petit jurors for October term were drawn Saturday morning at the office of Clerk of Courts George L. Thompson. Judge L. B. Frazier presided. the Judge Frazier stated today that the grand jurors would be called for duty on Monday morning, October 7, and the petit jury on Tuesday morning, October 15. criminal decision There are a number of cases coming up for jury and Judge Frazier indicated today he would make every effort to clean up all cases. Members of the jury commission are E. O. Bond and J. Kyte Walken shaw. Sheriff Clayton McKee and his deputy, Harry Merritt, also at tended the drawing and they in turn will notify the jurors drawn. Members of the grand jury in clude: Harry Milhone, Wayne town ship, Senecaville route William Weekley, Olive township, Caldwell John C. Miley, Seneca township, Sarahsville route Edwin Wilson, Sharon township, Caldwell route 5 Edward Nau, Jefferson township, Dexter City route 2 Carrie Larrick, Buffalo township, Pleasant City loute Philander Milligan, Olive township, Caldwell Henry Grimes, Noble township, Caldwell route 6 D. A. Caldwell, Brookfield township, Caldwell route Raymond Wheeler, Buffalo township, Pleasant City route John Archer, Noble town ship, Pleasant City route Wheeler Gorby, Brookfield township, Cum berland route Grace Hedge, Brook field township, Cumberland route Gerald Kimnach, Olive township, Caldwell, and Beda Hill, Enoch township, Caldwell route. The petit jurors, who will prob ably see several weeks of court duty include: George Shockling, Enoch, Caldwell route 4 Inez Everly, Cen ter, Sarahsville George A. Black stone. Enoch, Caldwell route 1 Den ver McKee, Noble, Caldwell route 6 Ernest Reed, Center, Sarahsville William Hughes, Jackson, Dexter City F. W. Burlingame, Sharon, Caldwell route 2 Warren Rogers, Olive, Caldwell G. T. Jennings, Olive, Caldwell Lillian Hamilton, Noble, Ava Emmett Yoho, Buffalo, Pleasant City route J. M. Morrison, Jefferson, Dexter City route 2 Paul G. McGlashan, Olive, Caldwell A. 7. Fowler, Noble, Caldwell route frank O. Moore, Brookfield, Cald well route Mrs. C. W. Parrish, Sharon, Caldwell route Bertha Morgarcidge, Olive, Caldwell route 3 Velma Bryan, Noble, Ava route 1: Lawrence Harper, Jackson, Coal Run and Emmet Gessel, Jackson, Lc well route. No Rush Yet On Terminal Leave Blanks For EM There has been only a slight de mand for the terminal leave blanks by enlisted men in Caldwell and community, according to postmaster Thurman Smith, Jr., and E. E. Cun ningham, county service officer, both of whom have a large supply of these forms. But the list is growing at the of fice of Recorder Clyde Wharton where requests are pouring in for a certified copy of the discharge papers. This is believed to be the reason for the slow response, since it is necessary that discharge papers ac company the application for term inal leave pay. Generally speaking, most of the veterans will send their notarized forms to the finance officer at Camp Atterbury, Ind, In any case, it is governed by the state in which you received your final separation papers. Over 1,000 veterans in Noble county are affected by this govern ment sponsored measure. THEATRES REPAINTED The Noble and Roxy theatres are resplendent this autumn season with a new coat of paint and trim that adds much to both buildings. The Roxy project has been com pleted and Merle Barnett is giving the finishing touches to the Noble this week. RETURN FROM TRIP Mr. and Mrs. John Tucker re turned Sunday to their home in Caldwell after a week’s wedding trip. Both are employed at the Stellfox cut rate and have assumed their duties. ENJOYED VISIT Mr. and Mrs. Roy Sperre and children, of Missouri, were recent guests at the home of Mrs. G. R. Farley of the West side. Mrs. Sperre will be remembered as the former Margaret Farley, of Summerfield. EMPLOYED AT CAMBRIDGE Several from this community and more particularly the northern sec tion of Noble county are receiving employment at the Cambridge State hospital. REPAIRS COMPLETED The porch on the Alonzo Moore home, Mill tsreet, which was de molished recently, when a large truck ran into it, has been complet ed by the R. C. Moore lumber Co. DJSMISSED FROM HOSPITAL Edward Hannum has been dis missed from the Grant hospital in Columbus to his home in Belle Valley. Hannum was removed to Belle Valley in the McVay ambu lance. the New 1947 Frazer Car, See the New 1947 Frazer Car, Showing Saturday, Sept 28, Display Room, Dean A. Reed Motor Sales. THE JOURNAL .... COVERS NOBLE COUNTY LIKE THE SUNSHINE” Vic Walters Comments On Henry Wallace Vic Walters, of Reinersville, pens the following in connec tion with the recent resigna tion of Henry Wallace as sec retary of commerce: “Henry may caught between the bases of OniUild Vjidiige 11 CALDWELL OHIO THURSDAY SEPTEMBER 26 1946 TWELVE PAGES THIS WEEK! have been Washington and Moscow but when ‘His Umps’, Harry called Henry, ‘out’ !—well, for this old rooter in the ‘It Byrnes us up’. “Henry had a average and we was right there ‘stick’. Harry has big for his chest-protector fefr one thing and for another thing, can’t see the out-curve or ‘drop’ when he’s facing it. His ‘bawls’ are ‘strikes’ for the opposing team. “By the way, this scribbler happens to be a native of the ‘show me’ state and bom somewhat earlier than Harry but is willing to be shown ac cording to traditional Missouri custom.” big batting thought he with gotten too rp II Cl il Cnlvnc the To Show At Pittsburgh The five boys who exhibited fat (five years and four months. The first phase of the solicitation I The petition concludes with will be completed next Tuesday.(relators, who are both citizens The county wide house to house I taxpayers of Jackson 1 Jackson School Board Named In Mandamus Action Court Asked To Compel Board To Furnish Service Members of the Jackson township school board have been named de fendants in a civil action filed this week in Noble county common pleas court by relators, John E. Stack and Orville McGarry, both of Jackson township. The action seeks a writ of man damus compelling the defendants to provide transportation to and from a centralized school for the children of the plaintiffs. Attornev Earl Mc Ginnis is representing Stack and McGarry. Members of the Jackson local school board are Lotis Hushes, H. D. Farson, Clarence Doebereiner, F.lvin Gessel, Maurice Kraps, and. (Gladys Poling. I ruur-H V1UD V dives I According to the petition on file, I Vf ImrlLl Istack is the father of John Ellis Plans are going forward to com-1 Stack, jr., aged 15 years, Amy Mae| plete the 1946 work of the County I Stack, age 11, Raymond Dale Stack, I Melodist Youth Fellowship and 4-H Fat Steer club. |age nine, and David Gale Stack, age|y?yng people of the church steers in this class at the county I McGarry is the father of George ^al to be held Wednesday even fair are arranging to exhibit their lorville McGarry, age 12 years. 2, at 7.M oclocK at tte caives in the 14th annual Pitts- |cf the above children are residents! First Methodist. church, CaldwelL burgh Livestock show. This show I in Jackson township, where they! The ge °f will be held at the Pittsburgh (have lived for several years, in althe Caldwell young People. stockyards on Nov. 19, 20, 21. (centralized school district with but! A “t The Noble county calves to be lone school building and over which! Columbus, called the Joy Bell taken to Pittsburgh for the show |the defendants have supervision. wllte present as part of are owned by David Ayers, Har-1 The homes of the children arePhe entertainment. He feat S riettsville Richard Manifold, Cum- (situated more than two miles fromlyibra harp’ Jnd® n gl berland George Hurst, Belle Vai- the school wilding, according to the!Ph^e- singing saw etc. ley and Billy and Thomas Urdak, (petition, Mr. Stack, his sons and! An those wishing to contribute Belle Valley. (daughter being three miles distant! bome canned fruit or vegetables The calves were showing good land that of McGarry and his son.U°r bo°th /£sHva,. are re^ested condition at the county fair. The Itwo and one-half miles. I to notify the Methodist young peo additional two months of feeding The petition states that the de-lple or. Rev Glen jj. Warner, should put them in prime condi- Ifendants provide transportation tolEmP^ jaEL are. available for ex tion. Laid centralized school building forlfhang®- food„ W111 b® gl.Ye? The boys and their fathers are (most of the pupils in the Wblte Cross hospital, meeting this week to make final Ibut fails and refuses to provide Ico u u plans for their trip to Pittsburgh, (transportation for the children men-1 -----------------Ittoned above and the plaintiffs have Qpnuf Rndo-Pf TlrivA-------------(furnished their own private trans-1 ivni ox’riv VC Iportation for more than one year. Will Start Tuesday Morill Lucas, field Scout exec-1 to veterans only, according to J. K. ohi. Interesting Meeting special meeting held in Renrock. I be seen. Charles Ramsey, Pomona Master The. board Paul Kackley, deputy master for I at Weston, West Virginia. lect of duty and extreme cruelty. ing, etc. They were married August, 1938. RALLY SPEAKER RECRUIT1NG OFFICER I u v The U. S. army recruiting officer (Wlth Mrs- Donohoo by Friday. will be in Caldwell every Wednes-1 day, for any one interested in join- |1N CINCINNATI ing the army. Headquarters will be I Lemuel Moore, superintendent maintained at the Caldwell post-|the Noble ^county home, and office. Preliminary plans are being made |blgblV elev®n to hold the October Chamber oflmeets Missouri. State is favored to Commerce dinner meeting at the|win Summerfield high school. Date will I ______ _____ be -announced later. (LEAVES FOR CANTON _______________ Miss Florence Orr, Maple Heights, WARNING Reports are being (recently discharged from the service! Following a custom which he es received by the undersigned that |ieft this week for Canton where (tablished years ago, Robert T. Se local youngsters are already pull-|sbe visit her sister and alsoL*-est announced today that he ing advance Hallowe’en destruc- (receive employment. (would open his campaign for cong tion of public and private proper-1 Lessman from the fifteenth district ty. Under no circumstances will (RETURNS TO CLEVELAND (at Chandlersville on Tuesday even this be tolerated. Parents, as well Martin Slovak, Jr., returned to ing, Oct. 1, and bring it officially to as the children, will be punished (Cleveland after spending a few days|a close on Monday evening, Nov. 4, and fined. Signed— (visiting with his mother. He will (with a big Secrest rally in Caldwell. Redskins Will Play Electrics At 2:30 P. M. The C'aldwell Redskins will meet the Philo Electrics at 2:30 p. m., Thursday afternoon on the new athletic field in rear of the high school building, according to an nouncement made a total of $1800. In 1946 only $100( All absent voters ballots havelY10. 1 Payments received oy(ner from the William Hill heirs was received from the local Na-(been delivered by The Journal to|du^ing l“e year. |and the re-construction began im tional War Chest drive and the goal I the Noble county board of elec- Tll« Progr,am1 mediately. had been set at $800. |tions and they are now available OTTO POLING, (attend the Lutheran conference to| At Chandlersville, Secrest will Juvenile Judge. |be held in Cleveland. (discuss his record, as well as cur v SAM SECREST, (rent issues. Wednesday evening, Mayor of Caldwell. FOR SALE Fall Field Seeds.)Oct. 2, he will speak in Beaver 11-12-chg. (Caldwell Implement & Supply Co. township, Noble county, at the official an today by L. of the Cald- E. Potts, president well Booster club. In spite of all game will not be played under lights as originally planned. The poles have been set and the wire strung, but the com pany in Chicago, Ill., “fouled up” on delivery of the reflec tors, which had been promised for Tuesday morning. No re flectors—no night game. efforts, the The first night game for C'aldwell will now be against the New Concord Little Mus kies on Thursday, October 10. Potts and his crew of faith ful followers deserve much credit, nevertheless, in pushing this project to a rapid conclu sion. Booth Festival At IMCtilOuISt Church jP Milk Subsidy In & a 5°°th feS’ C®u"ty Totalled I Defendants have not adjudged,■ “iweii as wirs. rvaision ana miss ai- The Forest Rose district, Boy (decided or declared that such trans-1 total of $152,407.44 in payments I fer are |0 be commended for their Scouts in Noble county, will begin (portation is unnecessary and had! under the dairy feed program for I untiring efforts in making the pro their annual budget drive nextLuch judgment confirmed by the! approximately 120359 cwt. of milk I gram a successful one. Tuesday, with a solicitation of big iNoble county board of education. I and 588332 lbs of butterfat sold gifts and a canvas of business places (Defendants have not by resolution! during the 12-month period ending according to plans perfected at a (designated any certain places as!June 30, 1946, William W Archer. meeting of the finance committee, (depots from which to gather said!chairman Tuesday evening. Dalton Whealdon (children for transportation to the Agricultural Conservation commit is heading the drive for this county, (school. 1nn |June 30, 1946, William H. Archer, I canvas will be completed by Octo-(praying for a writ of mandamus| ranged from 25 cents per hundred IN th street jn the old Lvric ber 15. (compelling the defendants to pro-(pounds of milk sold and 10 cents|theatre building Noble county Scouts are attempt-|vide transportation to and from said|per pound of butterfat sold during) For the several months this ing to raise $1800 as their share of (centralized school for the above|the flush milk production period Lq vear ojd building has been re the council budget, which has been (children, as provided by law and (to 60 cents and 17 cents, respect- |pajped and re-novated and it is set at $18,500. This includes Noble, |lor all other proper relief. ively, during the slack Period .|now one of the most modern busi Muskingum, Morgan, Perry and|-------------------------- Archer disclosed that the cost o'|ness piaces jn Caldwell. Guernsey counties. Noble has a| Ahcpnf Vnfpr Rnllnfs (administering the program includ-( Q]osed for tfoe past 12 years, the throw back of $700 from 1946 and k}bS^nt °W BRIJOU mg county state and national ex-1 building was rePenUy Jurch’a‘J this plus the $1100 for 1947 makes (Ready For Veterans iqaa ada utive, joins with chairman Dalton Walkenshaw, clerk, who stated)01 the wjs designed to en-1 C() wbo instaued the entire 36 Whealdon, in expressing confidence that the office would not be open (°ourage l?c^ea5ea J2“]t P’[o°“0“o4|foot space with two large plate that Noble county will aid the drive| until October 5, for civilian appli-1olI?ell!ng tne mcreasea C0Sl O1 (glass windows. The entrance is in 100 percent, in a program designed (cations. I dairy teed. |tbe form of a centered inset. to make peaceful loving citizens of The demand for ballots for vet I The interior of the building was the younger generation. |erans will be very light. As a mat-|“Qj| Jo|j Training’' (arranged into four sales rooms for |ter of fact, there was only one ap- L, .. (business only. Plans are being PAmnnn Uroncrn JJolrlt- (plication in the primary, an entire- (Meeting OF armer Vets (made to hold open house during ijv differcnt picture from the elec-) A meeting of all persons inter-(October. |tion two years ago. |ested in “on the job training” for) All electrical merchandise has Noble county Pomona grange) Veterans have all returned to (farmers in Noble county will be (been moved from the Kirchner conferred the fifth degree op seven|civvy street but whether they will (held Thursday evening, 7:30, in the (building on West street and a long candidates Thursday evening at a (turn out at the polls remains to (Caldwell high school building. (time lease has been taken on the 11 The meeting is open to all vet-(vacated building by Carl R. John now |erans interested in the training |son of Cambridge. and (program for farmers. A repre-( Mr. and Mrs. Kirchner are ex 5. (sentative of the veterans’ adminis- (tending a cordial invitation for the jtration will be present, along with (public to visit their new show |the members of the county com-(rooms and business place. |mittee, the instructor for the| (course and other interested °f elections is and Clifford Parrish had charge of (compiling a list of judges the meeting. I clerks to serve on November Officers of Pomona grange formed the degree team. An inter-1fl i V Mnmhpr Tn esting program was given by mem- Mem OCT IO bers of the Carlisle grange. It was (National Onicrcnce estimated that approximately 1001 rj.1. attended from various sections of I at the national conference of the the county. (rural youth to be held October 3-6,1 cation tor tne course are requesiea execufjve committee of the Noble county will be represented cia]s cv All veterans having made appli- (Community rural youth to be held October 3-6, (cation for the course are requested" "to attend. All others interested in pp Guernsey county, and his wife I County agent Henderson, Home I the program should attend and arelt^e fonowjng officers to head this were special quests. I demonstration agent, Mrs. Mar-1 welcome. ... (organization for the coming year. (garet Donohoo, Miss Lavina Hedge! The frrst school is scheduled tol^.j^ ^rs Harkins as presi SEEKS DIVORCE |and others from the county will I open early in October. I dent Mrs. William Moore, vice Charles E. Teters, Ava, has filed I attend. The conference programi-------------------------- (president Miss Helen Morgareidge, a petition in common pleas court, (provides for rural youth leader-1ENJOYED LEAVE (secretary-treasurer Miss Mabie seeking a divorce from Dortha|ship training in recreation, dram-( Teddy Ray Johnson, HA 2/c. U. (Gordon, librarian and Mrs. Bertha Mae Teters. He charges gross neg- (atics, discussion, starting in farm-(s. navy, recently spent a ten-day (Ullman, publicity chairman. etc. (leave with his parents, Mr. and Rev. Ray L. Swetnam is director Any member in Noble county)Mrs. F. L. Johnson, and his sister, |of the chorus and Miss Wava Will who would like to attend this con-(Ellen Lee, Belle Valley. He has(iams, pianist. Preliminary plans ference should make reservations(returned to Bainbridge. Md., where)are now being made for opening ....♦u n i u.. 1^e has beeng assigned to a pharm- (rehearsals. |acy school at the base hospital. Members of the chorus and their (families will enjoy a picnic supper (three POUND SQUIRREL (Thursday evening at the Noble a grandson, William Archer, are Cincinnati this week iThey will bring home a new truck I Alvin Voytas of Florence Addition11 Emerson Frye, returned mission- |which he purchased through his (returns from his work in Cleveland I St.• ary from China, will be the princi- (son-in-law, Carl Bengert of that|and bags one that weighed three (sponsor a dance and social in the pal speaker, Friday evening, at the|city- (pounds. This is considered un-(church hall, Saturday evening, Youth for Christ meeting to be held| (usually large for the nimrod|Sept. 28. Smithberger’s orchestra in the Caldwell Methodist church. (BUYS NEW BOOKS (family. (will furnish music for the dance, Mr. Frye and his wife spent seven Miss Cynthia Morris was in Col-1 .----------- (while the usual functional games years in China during the war. |umbus Friday where she purchased (SALE NETS (will be enjoyed during the social _____________ (several new books for the Caldwell James Sullivan, commander of (phase of the evening’s routine. TO WOODSFIELD_______________(library. All the selections were for|the Disabled Veterans chapter in|Mrs. Marie Miller is president of E E Cunningham, Noble county (children. Preparations are also be-(this county stated today that the |the club. The public is invited to cMrvirn nffirpr is now snpndine ling made for National Book week Forget-me-not sale, Saturday, had (attend. each Wednesday in Woodsfield displays. netted $165.70.' There were approx where he is serving in a similar I (imately 1200 blue flowers sold by| See the New 1947 Frazer Car, canacitv for Monroe countv lTO ATTEND GAME (volunteer members of the Caldwell (Showing Saturday, Sept. 28, Display capacity lor ivionroe county. i Several from CaldweU wiU at.|high school band._______________ ^Room^Dean A. Reed Motor Sales. C. OF C. DINNER (tend the opener Saturday when the| Noble County’s Oldest And Greatest Home Newspaper. The Journal For the News. Noble county farmers received a I well as Mrs. Ralston and Miss Al- said chairman of the Noble ^MShop 1 Cnncovu.'if inn commit- I Milk ucpd farms for familv ^nse^a,s ^^lha?by Mr. and Mrs. Charles E. Kirch- Although many hunters in this (county fairgrounds. in section are complaining because) on business. they can’t even find a squirrel, SOCIAL AND DANCE Bob Secrest Will Open Campaign At Chandlersville On October 1 NUMBER 11 Homecoming For Veterans Held At County Fairgrounds Program Interesting But Veterans Fail To Attend Event Other than those who appeared on the program, the first annual homecoming, sponsored by the Veterans of Foreign Wars, Sunday, at the Noble county fairgrounds was marked by the absence of veterans, but the 200 others who attended thoroughly enjoyed a well presented program. Following the concert in the afternoon by members of the Cald well high school band, Miss Lena Alter and Mrs. Pearl Ralston pre sented a mixed radio program in the evening. It was considered outstanding by all who saw it The program opened with the continuity in charge of Miss Alter and Mrs. Ralston and music selec tions by the Smithberger orches- "The"caldweu" sub-district of the|U“’ ol?Sdr °f„ Cynthia “Morris, Loyal Craft, Hillis Keeton, Clarence Smithberger and Rita Smithberger. Others appearing on gram were Miss Lillian Los Angeles, Calif., tions George Walkenshaw, Harold Dyer, Byron Steen and Lamar Dowding, in a male quartet num ber, Mrs. Kyte Walkenshaw at the piano vocal solo, George Walken shaw vocal duet, Linda Sue Mc Vey and Charlene Harris radio quiz program, supervision of Miss Alter and Mrs. Ralston, with the audience participating vocal solo, John W. Hazard male quartet se lections, by Paul McVay, Robert Harris, John W. Hazard, and Bra dy Miller duet, Mrs. Paul McVay and Emil Barnett, Miss Wava Williams at the piano solo, James Carter group singing and benedic tion by Rev. Glen Warner. the pro Gaither, of vocal selec- A brief talk was made by Attor ney Leo Carter, commander of the 1^Members o°tStthe committee, as Kirchner S Electric bile £ihMdradio^ was moved Monday of this Bndl^ud livestock not eligible I township,I^bsidy Jbc2was^es. ra pf htndredltion just off the public on To NOT LeCfttiOR I The Charles E. Kirchner, elec- I tldc£d sboP’ headquarters for Philco week tn thpir npw Inna- I Tbe front was completed Mon- n". ««n|day by tbe Pittsburgh Plate Glass the I _______________------- off1’(officers Named For attend. All others interested I Community chorus has nominated Chorus The Women’s Catholic club of Mary’s church, Fulda, will Batesville high school auditorium. Schedule of his speaking engage ments in the district will be an nounced at a later date. Seeking the post which he re signed to enter the U. S. navy, Se crest contemplates a whirlwind campaign throughout the entire dis trict. He will stand squarely on his record while in congress. Political big wigs throughout the entire state are watching with in terest the outcome of the Secrest Griffiths fight in this district.