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A Newspaper In and For Caldwell and Noble County.
Published Every Thursday at Caldwell, Ohio.
Office No. 309—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.
(Outside Noble County)
One ffear ......................... 32.00 Eight Months .......................... 31.50
(Within Noble County and Radius)
One year............."........... 31.50 Six Months ........................ 3 .75
Entered at the post office at Caldwell, Noble County, as second class mail
matter under Act of Congress of March 3, 1870
Worl W. Evans of Massillon, spent
the weekend with relatives and
friends here.
Mr. and Mrs. Tom Patterson and
children of New Philadelphia, spent
the weekend at the home of her
mother, Mrs. Florence McAuley, of
East street.
Mr. and Mrs. Homer H. Weedon
and Will Carter of Fredericksdale,
spent the weekend visiting friends
in Parkersburg, W. Va.
Miss Martha Morgareidge, Port
Clinton, spent the weekend at the
home of her mother, Mrs. Losia
Morgarcige of Fairground Road.
Mr. and Mrs. Forest Thompson
and Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Hupp spent
Sunday afternoon with Mr. and Mrs.
David Hazelrigg of Williamstown.
W. Va.
Mr. and Mrs. Earl Couts, daugh
ters, Bonnie and Joan, and Mrs.
Ella Couts of Newcomerstown were
weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs.
Bird Caldwell and daughter, Ruby,
of Spruce street.
Miss Leanna Smith and Miss Viv
ian McVicker of Summerfield route,
have enrolled at the Cameo School
of Beauty and will enter October 7.
Mr. and Mrs. Donald Smith and
daughter, Sandra Kay, visited at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. Ross Love of
Summerfield on Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Howard Fitzsim
mons of New Martinsville, W. Va.,
visited at the home of Miss Bertella
Ross on Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Ward Tilton and J.
A. Tilton of Marietta, spent Friday
with Mrs. J. A. Tilton of East street.
Mrs. M. B. Archer and daughter,
Bert, of West street, were dinner
guests Thursday at the home of
Lina Boy dof Dexter City.
Mrs. Carl Lamley of Chicago,
Illinois, visited the past week with
her parents, Dr. and Mrs. W. C.
Harper of West street. Mr. Lamley
is attending Northwestern Univers
Mr. and Mrs. Don Meyer of Long
Botton, visited their aunt, Mrs.
Bertha Ullman, Friday enroute to
Akron and Cleveland.
H. A. Niswanger of Brighton,
Colo., was a recent guest of Attorney
and Mrs. E. P. McGinnis of Main
Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Moore and
son, Chad, have returned from
Salem, where they were called by
the death of Mr. Moore’s father,
John D. Moore.
Mr. and Mrs. Warren Wheeler
of Zanesville, and Mr. and Mrs. Jess
S. Harris, West street, left Monday
for Lexington, Ky., where they will
attend the races on Wednesday,
Thursday, Friday, and Saturday of
this week.
Mrs. Lawrence Wdley and infant
daughter were dismissed from the
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Small Medium Large
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Size 6 to 14’4
“Captain Kidd”
Slip-over Sweaters
Size 26 to 38
Size 1 to 8
Part Wool
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Brown and Navy Blue
Sizes 8 to 16
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started on the Wayne Feed
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Thompson hospital, Saturday, and
v. ere removed to their home in
Crooked Tree in the B. B. Wheeler
Mr. and Mrs. Dean Davis and son,
Robert, and daughter, Marion, of
Newark, were Sunday guests at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. W. K. Hed
cileson of Caldwell route.
Mrs. Loa Davis of Elyria, has re
turned to her home after visiting
at the home of Lee Davis and Mr.
and Mrs. Arthur Davis of Caldwell
Mr. and Mrs. H. K. Beadmore
have retuined to their home in
Colorado Springs, Colo., after visit
ing the past week at the home of
Auditor and Mrs. Ray McVay.
Mr. and Mrs. Donald Mason of
Columbus visited several days last
week with Mr. and Mrs. Ernest
Stritz and family of Florence Addi
Mrs. Ollie Darrah, of Macksburg,
was shopping in Caldwell, Wednes
day. Mrs. Darrah is making plans to
move to Caldwell in the very near
Mrs Charles Dailey and children,
Herschel, Wanda, and lai, of Sum
merfield route, were Saturday shop
pers in Caldwell.
Mrs. Leslie Parks of New Con
cord, formerly of the Sharon com
munity, spent Wednesday at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Tilton,
Mill street.
Mr. and Mrs. Richard Murrey,
Columbus, spunt the weekend with
relatives in Caldwell.
Arthur Kellar of Hayward, Wis
consin, visited teh past week with
C. E. Chandler of Crooked Tree
and other relatives in Keithtown
and Dudley.
James Harriman of Belleville
spent the weekend with his mother
Mrs. Elsie Harriman of the
Crooked Tree community.
Harry Harris, Wheeling, W. Va.,
is spending this week in Caldwell,
repairing and re-modeling the
Harris property on Bridge street.
Mrs. Lelia Landaker has ac
cepted a position at the Home res
taurant in Caldwell.
Miss Lillian Gaither, Los Ang
eles. Calif., was the honored guest,
Saturday evening, when Mr. and
Mrs. George Bliss entertained a
number of friends at their home
on Main street.
Mr. and Mrs. John lams, of near
Boston, Mass., spent the past week
at the home of his parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Glen lams, south of Caldwell.
John Minyo, of Florence, has re
turned home after visiting one
week in Ontario, Canada, with his
brother, Andy Minyo. This was
John's first good-will visit to Can
ada, and he reports sharing in the
fullest of everything which our
neighbor is highly noted for, the
Canadian beverages.
Mrs. Lucretia Booth, 76, died at
her home in Summerfield commun
ity, Tuesday evening following ill
ness. Survivors are her daughter,
Mrs. Fred McBride of the home, and
one brother, R. O. Stine of Denver,
Colorado. Her husband, L. A. Booth
and two infant sons preceded her
in death.
Funeral services were held Fri
day afternoon at 2 o’clock from the
family home with Rev. W. E. Peters
of McConnelsville, former Summer
f’eld minister, officiating Burial
was made in the cemetery at
Woodsfield. The Gardner funeral
home of Stafford was in charge of
Herschel Shriver, 35, died at his
home near Pleasant City, Thursday
Sunshine Feed Store
Phone 124 Caldwell, Ohio
at 11:45 from complications
of a long illness. A son of Jacob A.
and Alice Shriver, he was born in
Buffalo township, Noble county.
Deceased was employed by the
Ohio Fuel Gas Co., Byesville, until
forced to retire because of ill health.
He was a member of the Mt. Zion
Lutheran church and the Point
M. Lod
wife, thi
son, Lai
L!itv rout
cry Kyle
rs. Alice
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iver, also
the Mt. Zion church Sunday at 2
p. m. with Rev. C. E. Flath officia
ting. Interment was made in the Mt.
Zion cemetery by the Herlan funeral
home, Byesville.
William Tilton, 87, descendant of
the earlier pioneer families of
Washington and Noble counties, and
a member of the Washington Pion
eer Association, died at his home in
Dexter City, Tuesday morning at
5:00 o’clock. He suffered a stroke of
paralysis last March and had been
in failing health since that time.
Mr. Tilton had been engaged in
the oil business in earlier life and
served as clerk in the pbstoffice and
general store in Dexter City. He
was active in the work of the Meth
odist church and had served as sec
retary of the Sunday school for the
past twenty-five years and had been
a member of the I. O. O. F. Lodge
Mr. Tilton was the oldest son of
the late Albert and Mary Tuttle
Tilton, and had never married.
Surviving are three brothers and
one sister. They are Irvin E. Tilton
of De Ridder, La., Quincy A. Tilton,
of Marietta Richard E. Tilton of
Cambridge, and Mrs. Minna Stall
ings of the home in Dexter City.
One sister, Mrs. Autensa Steller is
Funeral services will be held from
the Methodist church in Dexter
City, Thursday afternoon, with the
pastor Rev. Ivan J. Howland, offi
ciating, followed by interment in
the Dexter City cemetery. McVay
Schilling funeral home is in charge
of arrangements.
Moxie Mikolajcik. 53, former
resident of Belle Valley, died at his
home in Benwood, W. Va., Friday
c-ening, Sept. 20, from a cerebral
Surviving are tw’o sons, Alb trt
and Steve five sisters, Mrs. Mary
Kochalko, Cumberland Mrs. Lena
Garan, Cleveland Mrs. Celia Win
chell, Canton Mrs. Margaret Cur
rie, Belle Valley and Mrs. Anna
Werner, Cleveland one brother,
Frank Mikolajcik, Athens and his
mother^ Mrs. Marie Mikolajcik,
Belle Valley.
Funeral services will be held
from the home in Belle Valley this
morning (Thursday) at 10 o’clock,
and burial will be made in Mt.
Olivet cemetery by the Estadt fu
neral home.
Mr. and Mrs. James Davis, Bridge
street, announce the birth of a son,
named Ogle Wayne, Friday evening
September 20. Mrs. Madge Davis,
Walnut street and Henry Graham,
Quaker City, are the grand parents.
Mr. and Mrs. Mancel Flood, of
Batesville, are announcing the birth
of a son. Paternal grandparents are
Mr. and Mrs. Alva Flood and mater
nal grandfather, Sam Leach, Sum
Born to Mr. and Mrs. Frank Cope
a son at Aultman hospital, Canton,
on September 14, named Charles
Franklin. Grandparents are Mr. and
Mrs. Charles Johnson of Maple
Heights and Mr. Lawrence T. Cope
ot Canton. The mother is the former
Faye Johnson.
Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Adams of Al
liance, announce the birth of a
daughter, named Judy Ann. Mr.
and Mrs. W. C. Leq of Alliance, and
Mrs. Goldie Adams of near Lebanon
are the grandparents. Mr. C. Lee
of Marietta is a great-grandfather.
Mrs. Adams is the former Audrey
Lee of Harriettsville.
Mr. and Mrs. Orville Burkhart,
of Marr, announce the birth of a
son, Thursday, Sept. 12. Grand
parents are Mr. and Mrs. John
Burkhart of Marr and Mr. and
Mrs. Henry Warner of Berne.
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Choban an
nounce the birth of a daughter at
Akron hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd
Baker of Roseville are the grand
parents and Herman Baker of Har­
riettsville route 1, is the great
grandfather. Mrs. Choban will be
remembered as the former Miss
Evelyn Baker of Harriettsville route
1, and a graduate of Elk local high
Born to Mr. and Mrs. Elmer
Steltz, of Cleveland, Friday, Sept.
13, a six pound daughter. The in
fant has been named Marian. Mrs.
Anna Riski, of Florence, the ma
ternal grandparent, is visiting at
the Steltz home.
Dexter Softballers
Edge Beverly, 4-3
Dexter City knocked out four
runs with four hits, Friday after
noon, to defeat Beverly, at their
softball attraction in Dexter City.
Beverly collected for three runs
with four hits. Each team was
credited w’ith an error.
On the previous Tuesday, Dexter
City defeated Sarahsville, 15 to 9.
Sarahsville had ten hits and Dexter
City, 19.
Beverly—3 R. H. E.
L. Laure, c-----------------0 0 0
M. Chandler, 3b---------- 0 0 0
C. Jobes, lb__________ 0 0 0
R. Sears, ss-----------------110
J. Scheveibert, p______1 0 0
F. Wilson, If_________ 0 1 0
D. Pennock, rf------------110
D. Babson, cf--------------0 0 0
E. Welsh, 2b__________ 0 1 1
Totals _____________ 3 4 1
Dexter City—4 R. H. E.
B. Moseley, 3b_______ 1 1 0
B. Mitchell, p------------ 0 0 0
M. Addis, 2b__________ 0 0 0
D. Davis, c____________ 10 0
B. Davis, ss-----------------110
O. Pryor, lb__________ 1 1 1
J. Swain, If--------------- 0 0 0
C. Lorey, cf--------------- 0 0 0
K. Noll_______________ 0 1 0
Totals_____________ 4 4 1
Sarahsville, Setp. 25 Mrs.
Emma Kent, mother of George
Kent, had the misfortune of falling
out of bed last week and broke
her leg. At this time she is getting
along as well as could be expected.
Her friends wish her a speedy re
Mr. Willard Stottsberry spent
the weekend with his family here.
New steps and side walks are
being made at the grade and high
schools here.
George Kent, has been painting
the Danford house, which is owned
by Mr. Elliott.
Mr. and Mrs. James Stottsberry
were in Caldwell Sunday after
Mrs. Mannie Smith was a caller
in Caldwell Saturday.
William Smith spent the week
end with his parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Jesse Smith.
Mrs. Ocie Harmon was a caller
at Caldwell Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Johnson
and daughter. Madelyn, Bob Lis
ler, Mr. and Mrs. Whetzel Shafer
and Chris Shafer of Caldwell spent
Saturday evening with Mis. Ray
Bettinger and family. The evening
was spent eating home-made ice
cream and playing cards.
Charles Smith, Harry Mellon.
Ray Bettinger and the two Russel
Johnsons are working up at Port
Clinton, picking apples.
Mrs. Margaret Nichelson and
family fo Belle Valley spent Sun
day with her mother, Mrs. Plurma
Mr. and Mrs. Henry McFadden
of Jerusalem spent Sunday with
Mrs. Ray Bettinger and family.
Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Shafer of
Cumberland spent Sunday at
Grant Shafer’s and George Kirk’s.
Mr. and Mrs. Roger Cunningham
and Irvin Cunningham spent the
weekend at Columbus.
William Smith and 4iis mother,
Edna Smith, were callers at Cam
bridge last Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Miller and
family of Olive were callers at Ray
Bettinger’s Sunday evening.
Mrs. Ella Johns of Massillon has
been visiting her daughter, Mrs.
Timmie Cooper and family.
Beautiful Memorials
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Berne, Sept. 25 Several from
here attended the dance at St.
Michael’s hall, Saturday evening.
Miss Leona Hill has spent the
past week with her brother, Leo
Hill, and family, in Columbus.
Mr. and Mrs. Pete Archer and
son, Orden, and Miss Blanche
Smith, of Cleveland, spent the
weekend with Winna Rucker.
Mrs. Mary Brown was removed
from St. Francis hospital, Cam
bridge, to the home of her brother,
John Larrick. Her husband, who
is employed in Chicago, is spending
a week with her.
Edward Flynn, son of Mrs. Ernest
Thompson, enlisted last Wednesday
for the army and left Thursday
morning for Ft. Hayes.
Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Hardesty and
family spent the weekend with Mr.
and Mrs. Emmit Lahue.
Harry Stahl has returned to his
home here after spending several
days in Cambridge.
Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Spence
and sons, David and Harold, spent
Thursday evening with their
daughter. Mrs. Polly Thompson, and
daughter, Linda Sue. Harold Spence
is a member of the armed forces, is
spending a few days with his par
Mrs. Lucile Warner and children
spent the weekend with her father,
Tom SwicK.
Lewis Swick spent Saturday in
Wilmer Watson was in town
May Forshey spent Saturday with
her daughter, Blanche Robbins.
Mrs. Louetta Thompson and Lor
etta Jo and Pauline Horton of
Zanesville left Saturday to visit
friends in Arizona and California.
They also plan to visit scenic
points of interest in old Mexico.
Ralph Jerles of Byesville spent
Thursday with his mother, Mrs. An
na Jerles, who is spending a two
months vacation with her brother,
Clem Smith.
Howard Thompson was a busi
ness caller in town, Monday.
Photo Developing—Gillespie’s
Pleasant VaUey
Pleasant Valley, Sept. 25—Marcus
Gant and family visited Shelby
Green and family, one evening last
Mr. and Mrs. Homer Gant visited
Mr. and Mrs. Homer Guiler, one
day last week.
Shelby Green and family visited
Raymond Franks and family last
James Wickham and son, Junior,
and Woodrow Feldner made a trip
to Zanesville last Monday.
Mr. and Mrs. Shelby Green and
family visited Marcus Gant and
family recently.
James Wickham made a trip down
on the river for a truck load of
melons, Friday afternoon.
Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Snyder, Mr.
and Mrs. Junior Snyder and son,
Edward, were guests of Mr. and
Mrs. Shelby Green recently.
Raymond Franks and family, Mr.
and Mrs. Shelby Green and son,
John, visited friends in the Stafford
community Sunday afternoon.
Phoebe Wickham and Miss Betty
Lemon of Zanesville visited James
Wickham and family over the week
Mr. and Mrs. Everett Miller of
Canton visited his parents, Delbert
Miller and wife, over the weekend.
W. T. Hague visited Mr. and Mrs.
C. A. Atkinson last Thursday.
Mr. and Mrs. Homer Gant were
Sunday dinner guests at the home
of Martha Archer.
W. T. Hague spent Sunday at the
home of Ernest Davis.
Hazel Moore spent one day last
week at the home of her parents,
Mr. and Mrs. James Wickham.
Doris Schockling called on Wt.
T. Hague one day last week and
accompanied him to Zanesville,
Angie Johns visited Mr. and Mrs.
George Smith, Sunday night and
Junior Wickham was a social call
er in Cambridge, Friday.
Photo Developing—Gillespie’s
Sharon, Sept. 25—Members of the
Methodist Mystery club will hold
their October meeting at the home
of Mrs. Vera Harmon, Wednesday
evening, October 2. Mrs. Lillian
Boyd will be co-hostess.
Mrs. Florence Rogers of Canton
is visiting her sister, Mrs. Carl
Marquis and husband.
Mrs. Ethel McKee and son, Robert
of Washington, D. C., are visiting
her mother, Mrs. Ocie Harmon.
Dean Ralph of Columbus spent
the weekend with relatives here.
Jean Ann Wiley spent the week
end with Dottie Lou Wiley near
Olive Green.
Cash Marquis of Canton spent
Friday night with his daughter,
Mrs. Frances Kuntz and family.
Donald Boyd, who is employed at
Parkersburg, spent the weekend at
the home of his parents, Mr. and
Mrs. C. E. Boyd.
Mrs. Myrtle' McKee is receiving
treatment at a hospital in Parkers
Mr. and Mrs. George Marquis and
children, Deanna and Tommy, vis
ited with Mr. and Mrs. Paul Mc
Nabb, Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Koons, and
son of Zanesville spent the week
end with her mother, Mrs. Lura
Courtney and son, Clyde.
Mrs. Carrie Foreman returned to
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