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Thursday, September 26, 1946 4 The opportunity is not given to everyone to work out their own successful career and at the same time be of service to the people 6f their home city and surrounding territory. But such is the case with the Imperial Manufacturing Co. in Cambridge. They manufacture woodenware products which are modern and in keeping with demands of the pres ent day. The steadily increasing demand for their beer goes to show that the public have realized its superior quality. Ammar Bros, in Cambridge at 120-A N. 4th St., are deserving of more than passing notice in this business review, as they are per- The environment of the Sieg fried Protestant Rest Home is We do not think we exaggerate when we state that the Guernsey Auto Parts have saved the people and dealers of this community thousands of dollars in expense, for they are the sales agents for IMPERIAL MANUFACTURING CO. The quality of their woodenware has no superior and their products PRODUCTS OF QUALITY AMMAR Ammar Bros, serve many deal ers in the county and vicinity with their popular beer. Be sure of the best in refreshments and “make yours the beer distributed by them.” GUERNSEY AUTO PARTS SCOTT FUNERAL HOME AMBULANCE SERVICE Scott Funeral Home in Cam bridge offers the public 24-hour ambulance service. They have a modernly equipped mortuary, perfectly appointed and tastefully decorated and its very, appearance bespeaks quiet and solemnity. Scott Funeral Home specialize in, a very complete service. From the time they are called on the phone, day or night, the relatives and1 friends are relieved of all details. They take complete charge and' have the most able assistants in, Hotel Berwick realized that to maintain a modern service and re ceive patrons from every walk of life, they must have prices within the reach of all. To prove that they have attainted this objective, let us say that whenever a hotel is mentioned, it is the Hotel Berwick, in Cambridge. The rooms in this hotel are com fortably furnished and tastefully decorated, with plenty of ventila tion and many with complete baths. They give you the advant age of excellent service, which is Cambridge Insulating Co. makes a specialty of rock wool insulation which provides protection from the blazing heat of the summer months as well as cold blasts of winter, making possible year round comfort and a far greater degree of savings in heating bills. Cambridge Insulating Co. has complete equipment for thorough ly insulating walls and ceilings with rock wool insulation without marring interior or exterior in any way. 437 Wheeling Avenue are known from coast to coast and border to border, which accounts for their many satisfied customers. This company is one of the basic industries of this territory. The admirable policy of Imperial Manufacturing Co. has been re sponsible for the growth of the large business and has increased in no small measure the progress and prosperity of this section, and we predict in this review that the future wil see even greater strides in the progress of their business. BROS. POPULAR BEER DISTRIBUTORS haps one of the foremost beer dis tributors in this section of the state. The popularity and superior world-known quality of their beer have been recognized by the people of this community and ac cordingly the demands on the re tail dealers have materially in creased. Ammar Bros, have had ample and succesful experience in serving the public, and by means of this business experience are better able to provide dealers with the kind of distribution services that satisfies. SIEGFRIED PROTESTANT REST HOME A HOME FOR THE AGED Siegfried Protestant Rest Home is a institution giving a permanent or temporary home for convales cents, invalids or aged persons. It is admirably located in Cam bridge at corner of N. 5th St. and Steubenville Ave., where there is never enough noise to bother the sick, yet close enough to the city so that relatives and friends can call without great inconvenience. The heating, ventilating and sani tary arrangement are of the most modern, design. pleasant. The rooms are comfort able and all the comforts and con venience that the patients desire are supplied Nourishing and appetizing food is served there. Its purity and wholesomeness is assured* by a trained dietitician. Mrs. Siegfried’s unselfish devotion to her patients is worthy of commendation. Siegfried Protestant Rest Home is an outstanding institution in Ohio. We are glad to call the at tention of our readers to the many advantages it has given this com munity. S. L. FOGLESONG R. J. BETTS, Owners Guernsey Auto Parts are N. A. P. A. Distributors and now under new management of S. L. Togle song and R. G. Betts. They are su perior to the vast majority of auto mobile supply parts firms and sur I|assed by none in the quality of their stock. standard lines of highest grades which are offered at the lowest price quoted by anyone anywhere for quality supplies and access ories. They have a stock that rep resent the best on the present markets. We are glad to compliment the new owners and managers of the Guernsey Auto Parts in Cambridge at 534 Wheeling Ave., and to as sure the dealers and public that here they will always get court eous treatment and high grade parts and supplies. all departments for carrying on the funeral arrangements to their termination. In making this review we are glad to compliment Scott Funeral Home in Cambridge at 1009 Steu benville Ave., upon modern service and to call to the attention of the public the promi nent position they occupy in the business and professional world because of the fact that they keep up with the. ever changing times and have one of the most complete and modern establishments. HOTEL BERWICK WM. H. SHUMWAY, JR., Manager CAMBRIDGE INSULATING CO HOME INSULATION SERVICE 1009 Steu this very of the highest quality and provides for almost any want desired. They have in connection a most modern dining room, where you will find foods well cooked, whole some and deliciously appetizing. It would not be a modern without an up-to-date dining hotel room, to re Hotel advise better In this review we are glad fer all our readers to the Berwick in Cambridge, and them that there is not a home away from home than this one. The manager, William H. Shumway, Jr., is one of the com munity’s leading citizen. It will pay you to get figures and information from the Cam bridge Insulating Co. in Cambridge at 730-A Wheeling Ave., as an add ition to making your home com fortable at all seasons of the year, and the elimination of unevenly heated rooms with attendant colds and sickness the savings in fuel costs will soon pay for the cost of installation. This firm is an exclusive dealer in Cambridge for Inselbric and In selstone. J. G. PATTERSON TRANSFER 'Local and Long Distance Moving” LINE OF NEW AND USED FURNITURE —Every article on this page is a paid advertisement.— Cambridge Phone 2626 '“TheseCambridgeFirmsAreWorkingForTheProgressOfThis Community” L. L. (JOHN) ERSKINE ALL KINDS OF HAULING “Service” is L. L. “John” Er skine’s motto on all kinds of haul ing. When he started in business he was thoroughly convinced that the public cared as much for serv ice as price. An invitation is extended to all those interested in the better class of trucking service in equipment for all jobs, large or small. No matter what has been your past experience, he offers you a service that is different. When you visit his office you will see for yourself CAMBRIDGE MEMORIAL STUDIO CEMETERY In selecting a family monument the Cambridge Memorial Studio can show you monuments built on the basis of quality, embodying both durability and good appear ance and, with both these qualities, imperishable materials are used in construction. When one builds a home, busi ness structure, or any other build ing, they usually consult a com petent architect to draw up and make their plans for such a struc- CORWIN FUNERAL HOME In their chapel complete funeral services are conducted to the com WALTER MAYTAG CO. WASHERS REFRIGERATORS Walter Maytag Co. is authorized agency for Maytag washers with genuine factory parts and guar anteed service. Maytag Dutch Oven gas range, the range with the deepwell cooker. Maytag home freezer, the one every housewife wants. Also Frigidaire, refrigera tors, made only by General Motors. It is the leading refrigerator. Quality production and the great buying power of Maytag Appli ances have made possible the pres FRED RAYMOND & CO. THE MAN’S STORE For men’s and young men’s fur- boys in this section wearing cloth nishings, Fred Raymond & Co. ranks among the first. It is com plete with accessories necessary to man. of clothing per styles and fab is shown in an of weaves, the well dressed Their showing mits selection of ris. Every astounding shades and will, there clothes to fashionable will find the well dressed men and model variety sizes. Look where you are no better styled be found. They are and distinctive. You the modern reason, Ash the well being the They have made an extensive study of modern conditions in the provision and merchandise trade and keep right abreast of the times. They feature fruits, vege tables, groceries, meats, dry goods, and all kinds of merchandse. CAMBRIDGE BREAD Cambridge Baking Co. are the bakers of vitamin enriched bread and rolls which are good to the last bite. The very best materials enter into their bread and bakery goods, so great has been the care to ren der the best service that their bak ery has been equipped from a mechanical standpoint with new, modern machinery. The popular bread produced at the Cambridge Baking Co. is in great demand. Truly it has been —Every article on this page is a paid advertiser™ THE JOURNAL CALDWELL OHIO just what he means by service. It is not an empty catchword he uses when selling you a job. You should see pains with which each opera tion is handled. It is the attention which he gives to the little details, as well as the big points that not only gives his trucking service, licensed in seven states, the great est utility possible. The L. L. “John” Erskine service in Cambridge, located at 430 S. 6 St., is well thought of in the com munity. LETTERING ture, so that it will be artistic and in harmony with its surroundings, location, etc. The same care and attention should also be taken in the selection of a monument or memorial. Cambridge Memorial Studio at 715 Turner Ave. in Cambridge, is considered competent and very capable designers, and will be glad at all times to offer expert advice, plans and suggestions along these lines to all interested in high grade workmanship. DEPENDABLE SERVICE Residents of this community are offered 24-hour ambulance service by the Corwin Funeral Home in Cambridge. With succesful exper ience combined with a most com prehensive fund of knowledge of the proper manner in conducting an interment service the funerals which they conduct convey a last ing feeling of dignity that has caused people of this section to think of them during their time of grief. fort of all and all attended to in an efficient manner. The chapel conveys an air of quietness and restfulness to the bereaved ones. From the minute they are called until the final duties are per formed not a single minute detail is overlooked, not the least semb lance of confusion but a system atic smooth running service is rendered that bespeaks of the int erest in the services of Corwin Fu neral Home in Cambridge at 1112 Wheeling Ave., gives to the pub lic of this section. ent prices. Long the leader in value as well as number of users, Maytag now offers even greater value than ever before. Walter Maytag Co. in Cam bridge at 624 Wheeling Ave., carrying a complete stock of gen uine factory parts have trained men to install the same in a very thorough and workmanlike man ner, guaranteeing satisfactory re sults. We wish to refer this firm to our readers as giving the best “Quality and Service.” ing from Fred Raymond & Co. in Cambridge at 731 Wheeling Ave. They will be glad to assist or advise you with any or all of your selections. Their years of experi ence will be most beneficial in helping you choose the propriate style suitable individuality. MRS. HELEN DYER, Manager When it comes to quantity and moderate prices, you can do no better than at the Ash Hat Co. in Cambridge at 628 Wheeling Ave. Here you will find a most compre hensive line of Fall hats in varied styles and colorings, the very latest and most original of milliner’s art. For this Hat Co. has gained merited reputation of logical place to look first when in search of the latest and most au thorative creations in milady’s most ap to your Co. you courteous At Fred Raymond & will find prompt and service and salesmen who never tire in supplying your needs in haberdashery. ASH HAT CO. headwear. Ash Hat Co. is a prominent and dependable millinery shop and is recognized throughout the com munity as the leader in supplying the crowning feature of the mod ern costume of the woman of day. They have, through their perience in serving the public, quired an enviable reputation selecting the latest styles. to ex- ac for Among the fair sex of this sec tion it is a mark of distinction to say you bought your fall hat at the Ash Hat Co. in Cambridge. ANKER’S “THE OLD COUNTRY STORE” Since the rapid transportation of the day has widened the scope of activity of the high class market, Anker’s, “the Old Country Store,” in Cambridge at 106 W. Gomber Ave., enjoys.a large trade from all over the surrounding territory. This store has the very finest of modern equipment, the fixtures and furniture being such that they are an aid in the expeditious hand ling of all stock, making it a con venient place to buy. A marked advantage of Anker’s service is the fact that one can se cure about everything needed for the table and home, and do not have to travel around from store to store—he can find it*at Anker’s, “the Old Fashioned Country Store.” BAKING CO. ILLS BUNS said, “The taste tells the tale.” That is why riched bread is their vitamin en so popular. of the Cambridge Cambridge at 403 has provided very The manager Baking Co. in Wheeling Ave., latest in scientific equipment and uses only the purest ingredients. This, coupled with the fact that they have most acute taste and employ master bakers who follow the directions explicitly, accounts for the excellent bread, rolls, buns which are meeting with such great success all over this section. it.— CAMBRIDGE DRY CLEANING CO. RICHARD M. MAYOR, Manager At the Cambridge Dry Cleaning Co., the latest and best process is used and as a consequence when garments are returned to you they are in press according to the styles of the day. They specialize in all classes of dry cleaning, both for men and ladies. You will find a garment cleaned at the Cambridge Dry Cleaning Co. will retain its press and shape much longer than the usual clean BUS TERM DINNERS S When meal time finds you in Cambridge, stop at the Bus Ter minal Cafe and enjoy a well cooked meal at a most reasonable price. This cafe is known for good food. A reputation sustained by the com munity as well as motorists and the traveling public. Here the management selects the food, scours the markets and ac cepts anly choice foods. This, to gether with chefs of ability, in sures the public, the best in food. Not an article at the Western Auto Associate Stores in Cam bridge at 620 Wheeling Ave., has been placed there without a thor- i ough investigation of its merits by this concern. Carrying the best and ing job. The process used by this firm not only cleans but leaves no trace of a disagreeable odor. They give special service to out of-town customers and ask that you send your cleaning to them. In reviewing the business firms in Cambridge, we wish to compl ment the Cambridge Dry Cleaning Co. at 1452 Elm St., upon their aid to us in keeping our appearance the best and with providing us with such a necessity. NAL CAFE IORT ORDERS It is not necessary to order a complete meal, the patrons are as sured of the same attention for just a snack as for a well ap pointed dinner. The courtesy and attention of the attendants is a feature that re ceives more than passing notice from the patrons. Therefore, we deem it most propei' that we direct the special attention of our readers to the Bus Terminal Cafe in Cambridge at 123 S. 8th St. On your next visit to the city, drop in for a meal. MILLER BROS. PAINT PRODUCTS AND DECORATORS Miller Bros., carry a complete line of wallpaper and paints, painters supplies, brushes, oil, etc. “Save the surface and you save all,” is a precept which no one should ignore. The deterioration of property in value is rapid and the reward of preserving it is great. But be prudent in your choice. Do not choose blindly, because you en danger the money you invest in material and labor, and also risk an unsatisfactory result. If you are planning to decorate the home, it is suggested that you immediately pay a visit to Miller Bros. They will be glad to aid you in the selection of color and grade of paint and wallpaper. The next time you are in Cam bridge, drop into Miller Bros., at 619 Wheeling Ave., and see and learn the many interesting things in reference to the broad scope covered in handling a complete service in paints and wall paper. WESTERN AUTO ASSOCIATE STORES RECENTLY OPENED IN CAMBRIDGE When a company specializing in auto parts and supplies gives a community the benefits of a large and varied stock of nationally known auto replacement parts, and places them on sale at the lowest price obtainable anywhere, it is a real service. largest stock available on the pres ent market. A visit to the Western Auto As sociate Stores is sufficient to con vince the dealers and people in this community of the relative ad vantages of dealing there. They have a stock that repre sents the best on the present mar ket and have left nothing undone in their endeavor to serve you faithfully with a complete service of auto parts and supplies, sport ing goods and home merchandise. PAUL’S TIRE SERVICE RECAPPING U. S. TIRES AND TUBES Strictly adhering to a policy of quality always, the Paul’s Tire I Service recaped tires have given thousands of miles of satisfactory service and will save you money on your tire bill. Automobile owners who have I passenger cars or truck casings on i which treads are worn smooth can have them recapped at Paul’s Tire Service in Cambridge at 121 N. 7th St., with the best material on the 1 market at this time and modem up-to-date equipment is used in the process. Paul’s Tire Service are dealers for U. S. Tires and Tubes. The life of a tire dealer is also measured by mileage. Ask anyone who uses their U. S. tires and you will learn there is no such thing as dissatisfaction with the perform ance even under the severest road conditions. GILLIAM STUDIOS WEDDING PHOTOGRAPHS A SPECIALTY When in need of anything in the line of photography you will find the Gilliam Studios in Cambridge at 736 Wheeling Ave., one of the best. Gilliam Studios have an excell ent reputation for the high class work turned out and for the prompt and courteous attention shown in each and every particu lar. They finish your photographs in the most up-to-date manner, in suring the best at all times. Their prices are within reach of every one. All telephone appointments wil be promptly taken care of. A wedding photograph, for ex ample, always delights because of the sweet significance of the oc casion as well as the regard and enduring quality of the gift itself. The proprietor of Gilliam Studios has always been a booster for the community and through his efforts much out of town business has been attracted here. FURNITURE RUGS LINOLEUMS APPLIANCES MUSIC FOR OVER 40 YEARS WE HAVE BEEN SUPPLYING THE ABOVE ITEMS. THIS 40 YEARS OF CONTIN UOUS BUYING NOW ENABLES US TO OFFER MANY HARD TO GET ITEMS. SEE OUR STOCK .’ FREE DELIVERY -EASY TERMS WAINWRIGHTS 212 Putnam Street Telephone 1070 MARIETTA, OHIO “IT IS JUST A NICE DRIVE” Sharon Page Eleven Sharon (delayed) Members of Sharon W. C. T. U. held their Sept, meeting Wednseday evening at the home of Mrs. Vera Harmon. The president, Anna Archibald, pre sided. Mrs. Harmon led the devotionals. A program of readings was pre sented in memoriam of Mrs. Viola D. Romans, honorary president of Ohio W. C. T. U. who died July 29. Miss Carrie Knox of Detroit, was a guest. A social hour was en joyed and refreshments were ser ved by the hostess. Members of the Mother’s Club met at the home of Mrs. Edna Wiley, Thursday and canned vege table soup for the school lunch project. Personals Ray Martin of Binkleman, Nebr^ and sister, Mrs. Nellie Knott of Cambridge, are visiting their sister, Mrs. Letitia Steen. Mrs. Myrtle McKee was a visitor at Parkersburg, W. Va., Friday. Mrs. Alice Marquis of Canton spent the weekend with her daugh ter, Mrs. Frances Kuntz and family. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Harmon were calling on Mr. and Mrs. Dayle Morrison, Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. T. L. Marquis and daughter, Eva May, were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Smith, Sun day. Mr. and Mrs. George Ralph and granddaughter, Carolyn Hayes, of Canton spent the weekend with Mrs. Ralph's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Luther Ackley. Frank Archibald of Canton spent the weekend with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Archibald. Charles Morrison of Canton spent the weekend with his par ents, Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Morrison and enjoyed a squirrel hunt Mrs. Grace Skillthorp of Cleve land spent the weekend with her mother, Mrs., Almeda Cunningham. Rev. Simeon Marquis and Miss Carrie Knox returned to their home in Detroit Mich., Thursday after visiting his brother, Mr. G. E. Marquis and family. Middleburg Middleburg (delayed)—Mrs. Tillie Gildow and son, Tom, and daugh ter, Grace, spent Thursday evening with Mr. and Mrs. Edward Gildow of Middleburg. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Stanberry and daughter, Nancy, of Deaver town spent Sunday with Mr .and Mrs. Charles Clark and family, Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Morrison and daughter, Kathryn, and son, Joe, spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Yeagle and family of Ava. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Estadt Miss Fern, spent Thursday evening with Mr. and Mrs. Francis Thompson of Rado Ridge. Mrs. Rilla Luke of South Olive spent a few days this week with Mr. and Mrs. Harry Eichhorn and daughter, Mildred. Mr .and Mrs. Charles Hayes and daughter of Calldwell spent Sun day with Mrs. Bertha Hayes. Mr. and Mrs. Bert Hawkins of Cumberland were callers at Mid dleburg Sunday. David Carpenter of Summerfield was a caller at Middleburg Sat urday evening. McKinley Hupp and daughter, Maggie, were callers in town Fri day evening. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Addis and daughter of South Olive spent Sun day with Mrs. Myrian Hayes. Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Alex Bettinger were, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Mallet and son, Larry, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Bettinger and son, Wayne, Mr. and Mrs. Edward Gil dow. W. J. CShott was a caller at Middleburg Sunday evening. Shenandoah TraD Shenandoah Trail (delayed)—The ninth annual reunion of the Lar rick family was held at Mt. Zion Sunday with about seventy five n.embers present After serving a sumptuous dinner, the meeting was called to order by the president, N. P. Larrick. A program of songs and speaking was rendered. The main speakers of the day being A. Rich of Senecaville and Dwight Larrick of Newark. It was voted to hold another reunion at the same time next year. Those present from a distance were Mr. and Mrs. Will ard Larrick of New Concord, Mr. and Mrs. Dwight Larrick of New arak, and Guy Hoopman and Car rie Kackley of Columbus. Mr. and Mrs. Jay Siens have re turned home after spending the summer in North Carolina. Herschel Shriver and Dick Bur ris both remain seriously ill at their home. The ladies of the township met at the school house Thursday and canned ten bushels of peaches for the school lunch. Mrs. J. G. Larrick is visiting in Columbus. Billie Kuhn has moved his fam ily to the Fred Larson farm. Maxine Laughlin who is attend Meredith College in Zanesville has spent the weekend at her home here. Evelyn Davis after spending two weeks attending a 4-H conference in Columbus is visiting her parents, here before entering upon her duties as home demonstration agent. Guy Hoopman and Carrie Kack ley of Columbus are visiting his mother and sisters here. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Wheeler of Canton visited their parents over the weekend. Bear Creek Bear Creek (delayed)—Mrs. Nelson and daughter, Eleanora, spent Wed nesday afternoon with Mrs. Carl Schramm. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Simmons and son, Junior, were business call ers at Marietta, Saturday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Claude Shively and son, Robert Longfellow, and A. J. Wiper, of Marietta, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Weppler of Warner, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Starling and sons, Bill and Robert, of Macksburg, Herman and Dan Fouss, Frank Wetz and Roy Monaghan were callers at the Carl Schramm home Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Chester Smith spent Sunday evening with Levi Miracle. Donald Mincks was a caller at Lowell recently.