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The Journal Classified Section Will Do You A Complete, Quick Job! Voters Showing Little Interest In Coming Election Secrest-Griffiths Fight Looms As Most Important Coming down the home stretch to the general election on Novem ber 5, local and state candidates are busy these days attempting to instill enthusiasm in the general public, which so far has shown only a vague interest in the elec tion. The Republicans are hammering every day in voting the straight ticket, but the Democrats are also in there pitching, each claiming victory, which can only be deter mined after the polls are closed at 6:30 the evening of November 5. In Noble county, with the excep tion of a few precincts, the electors will receive only two ballots, the large state and county ballot and the judicial or non-partison ballot. Voters in Seneca, Wayne, Fulda, Sharon and the village of Bates ville will receive ballots covering their special tax levy proposed in creases. Stock township will be voting on the C. and D. permits. Perhaps the fight which is being watched more closely than any other in this county is that of Ro bert T. Secrest and P. W. Griffiths, in their race for congressman from the fifteenth district. Never has a congressman, al ready in office, needed to cam paign so vigorously as Griffiths, in his all-out effort to retain this seat Secrest has been speaking in every village and hamlet in the six counties of this district with Grif fiths following his every lead. The fight has been a clean but hard one and only a few will ven ture to predict the outcome. Each candidate is predicting his election with the experts still be lieving that “Bob’ has the edge. The race between Governor Frank J. Lausche and Thomas J. Herbert is also a very close one and the governor is now waging an active campaign for his re-elec tion. Both have already appeared in this county. Very little can be heard concern ing the county candidates. W. C. Toad Davis and Frank Radcliff are seeking election as county commis sioner. Ray Shriver, present c°untY commissioner, and George C. Phil pot, mayor of Summerfield, are asking the voters to let them rep resent this county at the state leg islature in Columbus. The two newcomers to the po litical field, John Kuntz and Har ley Wheeler, are thoroughly cover ing the county in their bid for the office of auditor The winner will replace Ray McVay, who did not seek re-election after many years of serving the public. Judges and clerks have been named for each precinct and everything is in readiness tne county for the November 5 classic. School Heads Attend Meeting In Columbus County Superintendent H. C. Se crest and several local supervisors, attended a meeting in Columbus, Tuesday, which was in the form of a school presided over by super visors of the state department of education. Local supervisors attending were: Clarence Carter, Sarahsville H. M. Ayers, Harriettsville Earl Tarle ton Forest Grove Wallace Blake, Dexter City and F. W. Bishop, Summerfield. The meeting opened at 10:00 a. m. with Harold Bowers, supervisor of certification, presiding. The af ternoon session was presided over by R. M. Eyman, assistant superin tendent of public instruction. were Problems of school interest discussed. County Is Represented At Leadership Meeting Brady Archer, Charles Sanford, Adam Miller, Jane McKee, Lillian Snider, Esther Garten, Grace Rad cliffe, Floyd Henderson and Mrs. Margaret Donohoo represented Noble county at the leadership training committee meeting held in McConnelsville. This was the first in a series of five meetings. The next is sched uled for November 6. All meetings will with other counties attending. be held at McConnelsville representatives from six .NOTICE Effective Wednesday morning, October 23, the following reduced prices will be established: Haircut, 50c Shave, 35c. Howard Hupp Barber Shop. Caldwell. Ohio. Seven Active Cases Of Tuberculosis Discovered By Local Free Clinic Seven activje cases of tuberculosis were reported in Noble county by Dr. Morse, of Columbus, who diag nosed the chest-X-ray films given to 817 school children and adults last September. The free clinic was sponsored by the Noble county health association and was made possible by the sale of Christmas seals in this county. The importance of this clinic can not be under-estimated for immed iate medical attention can now be given those who are found to have active pulmonary tuberculosis. The afflicted were, of course, unaware they had contracted the disease but it can now be checked before it leaches an active stage. Arrangements have been made by the local association to take large X-rays asked for by D. Morse. The county health department, in charge ot Dr. N. S. Reed, will make a follow-up check in all cases. Dr. Morse reported one case of active pulmonary tuberculosis, three cases of increased markings Sinclair Assists With Agricultural Station A new experimental farm to operated by the department The Sinclair Refining Co. has been quite active in the farm field. This farm is further evidence of the close-knit association of indus try and agriculture. TO GALLIPOLIS Mr. and Mrs. Earl Mills and daughter have moved from Cald well to Gallipolis, their former home. Mills was recently released from the Good Samaritan hospital, Zanesville, and recovering from in juries sustained in an auto accident on route 21 three weeks ago. He was employed with the REA here. SUMMONED BY ILLNESS Mr. were Ohio, ness of her bother-in law, Warehime, former Noble ccuty res ident. Mrs. Johnson remained for the week and visited with her daughters, Mrs. Geneva Deveraux, Columbus, and Mrs. Dorothy Kiger, Bowling Green. Speaker For District Meeting CARTOONIST TOM KELLY Tom Kelly, widely known platform cartoonist, who has more than 4,000 illustrated lectures on conservation during the last 13 years, will appear as the featured speaker before school teachers from Noble, Morgan, Monroe and Washington counties at a meeting in the General assembly room, Caldwell high school building, Tuesday evening, October 29th, at 8 o’clock. An invitation to attend is also extended to all members of farm organizations and others interested in the problem of soil conservation in this county. Mr. Kelly represents the U. S. Soil conservation service in eight midwestern states. His subject will be “Conservation for Everyone”. For more than 20 years, Kelly worked as a newspaper car toonist in Minneapolis and St. Louis. In 1933 he joined forces with the Minnesota Department of Conservation and for 12 years his art dealt with forest and wildlife. Early in 1945 he joined the U. S. Soil Conservation service. Those who have heard Tom Kelly’s Irish wit and have watched wildlife and conservation pictures grow under his colorful chalks, say he has the knack of making soil and water conservation a matter of personal interest to every listener. “Everyone ought to be interested in conservation", Kelly has pointed out, “because it affects the bread and butter of every man, woman and child in these United States". be _____ of agricultural engineering of the col lege of agriculture of Ohio State University and the Ohio agricul tural experiment station at Woos ter will be established near Col umbus as a result of plans re leased today by H. F. Sinclair, president of Sinclair Refining Co., Edmund Secrest, director of Ohio agricultural experiment station, and John F. Cunningham, dean of the college of agriculture, Ohio State University. This new research and experi mental farmstead will include a modern dwelling for resident su pervisor, service buildings, garage, and shops. The project is conven iently located at the intersection of Morse road and Indianola av enue at the city limits of Colum bus, and near the facilities of the college of agriculture, Ohio State University. The project is designed to help solve many of the problems of agriculture and mechanization con fronting the farmers of Ohio and the corn belt. The program will include a study of the effect that variations in depth and spacing of drain tile will have on water in the soil and on soil temperatures in the spring a study of timeliness in tillage, planting and harvesting operations, and the yield and qual ity of various crops. A study of power and labor re quirements in crop production is also planned. This area of study will have a special application to the efficiency of a tractor in which the economical use of fuels and lubricants is an important factor. The topography and size of the farm is well suited for research in land drainage, power, and me chanical efficiency and Mrs. Homer Johnson summoned to Big Springs, last week by the serious ill- H. C. Api- and three which had suspici cal infiltration. Other additional defects listed in cluded: one spinal deformity three cervical ribs one pleurisey mild and one uplifted diaphram. J. Harry Colley, of Belle Valley, is executive secretary of the Noble county public health association. “Apathy, mis-information and the ick of proper hospital facilities mtribute directly to the unnecess ary loss of life from tuberculosis i Ohio”, according to John A. Louis, executive secretary of the Ohio Tuberculosis and Health assoc- “In Ohio alone, 2,754 persons died of tuberculosis in 1944 and 2,573 in 1945. These deaths are unneces- sary Mr. Louis stated, “because tuberculosis is a preventable, cur ble disease. With proper education, mass X-ray service and sufficient tuberculosis hospital beds, this needless loss of life would not oc cur. ATTENDING CONFERENCE County agent Floyd Henderson Home Demonstration agent, Mrs. Margaret Donohoo arc attending their annual conference being held this week in Columbus. The clos ing session will be held Friday. MIXED DANCE Another mixed dance has been announced for Saturday evening at the V. F. W. hall on West street. Dale Ackley, chairman of the com mittee, extends a cordial welcome for everyone to attend. An unusual ly large crowd attended the last dance. SEWING MACHINE CLINIC A sewing machine clinic will be held in the grange hall at Carlisle, Tuesday, October 29th., beginning at 10:30 o’clock. All women inter ested are invited to attend. It is being sponsored by the Home Ex tension service. BAZAAR AND DINNER Final plans are being completed for the annual bazaar and dinner to be held at the Presbyterian church in Sharon, Thursday, November 3. Members of the Ladies Aid society will be in charge. SALES TAX RECEIPTS Sales tax receipts in Noble county for the week ending October 10 were $1,000.40, or almost twice that for the same week in 1945 when the receipts were listed at $582.80. Tot al collected to date in the county amounts to $29,395.51. CONDITION IMPROVED William Wheeler, retired farmer, is rapidly improving from a serious illness at his home on Belford street. He is the father of Mrs. Dack Blake and Mrs. Robert Moore, both of Caldwell. MAJOR OPERATION Mrs. Virginia Griffen, of Holli days Cove, W. Va., underwent a major operation Friday at the Ohio Valley General hospital. Mrs. Grif fen is the daughter of Mrs. Marvel McCauley, Caldwell. RETURNS HOME Francis Hupp, son of Alex Hupp, Caldwell route 4, has returned to his home following his discharge from the army. Hupp served with the U S. army of occupation Germany for ten months. clinic in that city CANCEL FESTIVAI Due to othi iflicting activities tstival and street for Wednesday has been can to L. E. Potts, booster club. ai nival planned ■vening, Oct. 30. lent of the HALLOWE’EN FESTIVAL Wed ng. RETURNS FROM PACIFIC S/Sgt. Ersel R. Clark Ju Pa pent the THE JOURNAL “COVERS NOBLE COUNTY LIKE THE SUNSHINE VOLUME 88 ESTABLISHED IN 1859 CALDWELL OHIO THURSDAY OCTOBER 24 1946 TEN PAGES THIS WEEK NUMBER 15 Meat Goes Off Hair Cuts Down! Whether there Is any con nection in the matter or the slogan “have you had enough” is already doing the one will ever know, cuts were reduced morning in Caldwell back to a half dollar. Patterson trick, no but hair Tuesday from 65c The 15c increase was effec tive for only one month. It is believed that dissention in the rank and file of the barbers brought back the old price. The customers are happy, but barbers aren’t. Traffic Accidents Involve Ten People In Noble County Four Accidents Reported Over Weekend Here Robert C. Moore Buys Additional City Lots in TO CLEVELAND CLINIC Mr. and Mrs. Paul Scffens, Cum berland street, left Tuesday for Cleveland, where father, Mr. Scffens, of Belpre, admitted to the for treatment. on fitting for the occasion will be joyed. The public is invited. ORIGINAL JOKE South ast 15 ndenee ribbon, Philippine liberation ribbon. STATIONED IN PHILIPPINES Pic. Alex Clark is now stationed in Manilla, according to word re ceived here. His address is: R. A. 45027324, 4th Plat., C. Btry., 743 A. A. A. Gun Bn. (M), A. P. O. 900-2, Postmaster, San Fran cisco, California. Elect W. C. TOAD DAVIS For COUNTY COMMISSIONER auti of reported in Cald- An increasing number mobile accidents is being each successive weekend well and community, according to state highway patrolmen, who are cooperating with local officials, in their efforts to reduce these dents. Four accidents, involving people, were reported the weekend, none of whom critically injured, although were hospitalized. Donald Ray Patterson, 26, Ridge street, Marietta, suffer fractured left shoulder blade cuts and bruise in a crash with Harold Kre U. S. route 21, Emil Archer. near the home of reened head-on was badly the motor Patterson received first aid at tention at the Thompson clinic and was then removed to Marietta Me morial hospital, where his condi tion is not considered serious. He suffered considerably from shock. His shoulder was placed in a cast on Monday. Kress was uninjured. Mr. and Mrs. Roger Cuningham and Miss Helen Kirk, all of the Sarahsville community, escaped se rious injury early Sunday morn ing when the former lost control of his car and it over-turned on Perryopolis hill, east of Caldwell. Mrs. Cunningham was removed to the Good Samaritan hospital in Zanesville, McVay ambulance, where she was treated foi shock and returned to her home Monday night. None of the other occupants was seriously injured, although the car was badly damaged. On Sunday afternoon, two wom en and two children, whose names were not learned, were involved in an accident on state route 78, east of Caldwell, en route to their home in Morristown. The accident occurred when one of the -children, who was riding in the back seat, opened the rear door. In attempting to prevent the child from falling out, the mother lost control of the car and it turned over several times down an enbankment. A local physician treated them for minor bruises and they continued on to their homes An accident involving an auto driven by George E Longfellow, of Macksburg, and a bicycle riden by Blaine Stack, 15, of Elba, occurred Saturday morning near the Long Run road at Elba. Unable to see the bicycle rider because of a high bridge on U. S. route 21, Longfellow struck the wheel, knocking the rider to the ground and inflicting slight in juries. The lad was brought to Caldwell and treated by a local physician. the Robert C. Moore, owner of Moore planing mill, Caldwell, and spear-heading the building con struction in this community, has purchased the old chautauqua grounds from Miss Enid Okey, lo cated on North street, and two ad ditional lots on Miller street, im mediately adjacent to his present home. Miss Okey retained only one lot on the chautauqua grounds, which is used by the family as a garage site. The two lots on Miller street are located across from the Roe Jacobs home. Thi: the former’s was Mr. and se is the latest to build mon in Caldwell. Dr. Edward G. Ditch Named County Doctor ■ausec Ladies’ Club of the church, Belle Val a Hallowe’en fes Christi :auL mtes the following: theater ribbon, Philippine indc_ lood Conduct medal ,and ALLED TO ente nd ■ded Asiatic w Jer CALDWELL im M. Miller, Methodist chu All Schools Will Be Closed Friday For Annual Meeting Local Delegates Are Named For District Meeting, Zanesville The first legal Noble county and will be uty said to have side ss car and then ca into a tree. His car damaged, particularly holiday for the Caldwell schools ved Friday, in order that the teachers in both systems might attend the Eastern Ohio Teachers association, which is holding its 75th annual session at Delegates from the county school system will include: Ruth Day, Summerfield W. C. Reed, Belle Valley, and Ernest Huffman, Har riettsville, in addition to Superin tendent H. C. Secrest. Alternates are: Floyd Davis, Buffalo schools Dallas Bates, Mt. Ephraim schools, and Harold Vorhies, Middleburg For the Caldwell system, Super intendent Dwain Dyer and Princi pal Gilbert Weekley are the dele gates. Alternates include Charles Milligan and Miss Mayme Sealock. All delegates or their alternates are expected to attend both the morning and afternoon business officers of il headquar high school ■ssions ten ts will be the Lash mnasium Jerome Davis, noted was two tr 830 evening on author, edu and world City, and president ■spondent, of Wilberforce University since 1912 will be the principal speakers. Dr. Davis, the son of an Ameri can missionary, was born in Japan. He has traveled extensively and for 13 years taught at Yale Uni- his views on situation in Davis 1 cted to giv present Russian light o' 7 the thirty years’ observa- Dr. Wesley is the author of more than a dozen books a ten numerous articles cal papers, published American professional He and has writ s and techni in leading r_________ periodicals. __e will appear on the program of the evening general session, using as his subject, “Human Relations— The Problem of Education.” Dr. Davis speaks during the morning and afternoon sessions Rev. Fred Shiltz Is Youth Speaker Rev. Fred Shiltz, pastor of the First Presbyterian church, Byes ville. will be the principal speaker Friday evening at the Youth for Christ meeting to be held in the Ava Methodist church. The meet ing will begin at 7:30 o’clock. An interesting program is being prepared and it is expected that Charles Patten, now employed in Columbus, will return to take charge of the meeting. A rally of gigantic proportions is being planned for Caldwell on Sat urday evening, November 9. The entire Lehman staff from Wheel ing, W. Va., will be present and take charge of the service. It will be held in the First Presbyterian church. Mission Is Conducted At St. Mary’s, Fulda A mission will open in St. Mary s church. Fulda, on Sunday morning with the 10:00 o’clock mass. The mission will be conducted by Pas sionist Father M-Ettrick. C. P. Rev. McEttrick has had 15 years of experience in China, and is a very capable and interesting speakei. There will be services each day during the week at 7:00 and 8:30 o’clock each morning, and^ at^/.oU each evening. will be given services Short instructions at each of these An invitation to attend this mis sion is extended to every member of the parish as well as to all their friends. Everybody inter ested to hear this missionary is cordially invited to attend any one or all of these salutary services. ANNUAL INSPECTION Mrs. Cora Dunlap, of Perrysburg, state president of the Rebekah lodge, will be the inspecting officer Tuesday evening, Oct. 29, for Noble Rebekah lodge, in Caldwell. A banquet is being planned and will be held at the Presbyterian church. Representatives from the ether lodges in this district have been invited. Mrs Elvin Hutchins is noble grand. COMPANY EXPANDING H. Dimmc ownc Mon ont tc of Dr. IOVED HOME Ep Mt. in •Ifor le second n pen. star Woodsfield, was called to Monday by the sudden death H. A. Guiler, retired minister. Rev. Horace Guil Rev. Miller were classmates berry college. of i in Iwell Rev. ill aritan hospital he has been His condition jved. SEFFENS HOME the itil and As- at NOTICE—Democratic Headquar ters in Nobld County will open Saturday, October 26, Rooms in Joe Elias Building,iNorth Street, Cald well, Ohio. I 14 15 ■f- par spen Due rel NOTICE TO TAXPAYERS Notice to taxpayers in Noble County, October 31. will bp the last date to pav the last half of the 19’6 Personal Property Tax with out penalty. IRA PRYOR, Treasurer of Noble County. 15 16 Minister Stricken REV. H. A. GUILER Rev. Herbert A. Guiler, 65, prominent retired Methodist min ister, died suddenly at 3:00 n. m.. Sunday, while conducting bap tismal services for the St John': Evangelical church, near Bates ville. Death was attributed to heart attack. e interest in all church and immediately accepted all calls extended. Rev. Guiler lived as he preached and his death comes as a severe shock to a wide legion of friends in this county. A son of Swazey and Sarah Barnes Guiler, he was born and reared in the East Union commun ity. For over 35 years he occu pied the pulpit in many Methodist churches in this district. Surviving are his wife, Iva Reed Guiler, niece of the famed Mary Reed, missionary: two sons, Rev. Horace Guiler, of San Antonio, Texas, who is serving on that base as a chaplain, and Halford Guiler, of near Marietta one daughter, Miss Alice Guiler, who last week entered a school of music in Chi cago, Ill. A brother, Edgar Guiler, of East Union, and two sisters, Mrs. Warren Miracle, of Stafford, and Miss Allie Guiler, of Cam bridge, also survive. Chaplain Guiler left Texas by plane Monday morning and ar rived in Dayton, and then Cald well, Tuesday noon. The body was removed to the McVay-Schillings funeral home in Caldwell and prepared for burial. Funeral services will be held from the First Methodist church in Caldwell, Thursdav afternoon at 2:00 o’clock, with Rev. Orton Orr, officiating, assisted by Rev Glen M. Warner. made in the Olive cemetery by McVay. Interment will be ministers called here Among the by Rev. Guiler’s death were Rev. Charles Albright, of Steubenville, Rev. Ross "Smith, of Mingo Junc tion, and Rev. W. M. Miller, Woodsfield. occupy the minds of many Noble county women this winter, under the supervision of Mrs. Margaret Donohoo, Home Demonstration agent. The first of these meetings in the county will be held at the Ren rock grange hall, Wednesday morning, October 30, beginning at 10:30 o’clock. All women in the community are invited to attend and of course it will be necessary to have cush ions for repair. A similar meeting has been scheduled for the Batesville com munity, October 31, beginning the same hour and to be held the high school building. .ng pn the and rby ontinue at in HALLOWE’EN FESTIVAL -The W. S. C. S. of Stafford charge is sponsoring a Hallowe’en festival Tuesday evening, Oct 29, at the Stafford high school audi- An interesting evening is imised. Admission will be for every inch of your toward T. The proceeds church activi- PLEDGED SORORITY Nancy Jane Barnho of journalism at Oh: University, Delav’are, Hi je his able. Miss We club. gl student io Wesleyan •ly Boion Be Z I ving ire, '.’JOYED VISIT Mrs. Harry A ATTENDED MEETINC J. W. Evilsizer, Cha ?d Sworn Circulation Statement The Journal____________3,263 Four Times Larger Than Any Other Publication Printed In Noble County s a Rev. Guiler was in his usual health, Sunday, opening services at the Caldwell Methodist church, where he attended, noon, In the after- was assisting Rev. Ola i baptismal services when He died instantly. L. Roman stricken. Dr. of Batesville pronounced death attack. This was given by Coroner was called and due to a heart also the verdict Jack Berry. Although Rev retired for seve: an ac1 service Guiler has been 1 years, he took Renrock Institute First Of Eight To Be Held In County Meeting Will Open November 1 With Interesting Program The Farmers’ Institute, as tradi tional in Noble county as the annual fair, becomes an important factor on the farmers’ program for the next few weeks with the announce ment that the first of eight such meetings in the county will be held at Renrock, November 1 and 2. Mrs. James D. Wyker, Huntsville, I ogan county, will be the principal speaker. H. C. Secrest, superinten dent of the county schools and Rev. Glen Warner, pastor of the Cald well Methodist church, will also ad dregs the group. Other institute gatherings in the county will be held as follows: Sar ahsville, November 5 Batesville, November 6 Carlisle, November 7 Harriettsville, November 8 Sharon, November 12 Summerfield, Nov- November 12 ember 13 and Jackson, November 14. The Renrock institute will open Friday evening, Nov. 1, at 7:30 o’clock, with the following program: opening song, “Battle Hymn of the Republic” invocation music, Betty Jo Tilden and Sandra Manifold musical selections talk, “And Isaac Digged Again”, Mrs. James Wyker special number by Renrock quartet talk on health by a representative of the Farm Bureau and closing song. Saturday morning, the program v ill open at 10 o’clock, with the song, “Come Ye Thankful People” invocation music, “Smile a While” “A Laugh Provoker” talk, “Adults Can Grow”, Mrs. Wyker group singing. “Lord, I Want to be a Christian'!* remarks,) Floyd Hender son, county agent and talk by H. C. Secrest. The Saturday afternoon program begins at 1 o’clock with the opening song, “God Bless America” talk, “Building for a Better Tomorrow”, Mrs. Wyker piano solo, Mrs. Lucy Reed: talk by Rev. Glen Warner and closing song, “Now the Day is Over”. There will be displays of molasses cookies with first and second prize, also any variety of hybrid corn, not more six ears, Irish cobblers or early Ohio potatoes, posters with a lirst, second and third prize award and the best single display of Chry santhemums. Officers of the institute are: Ray Tilden, president and the secretary to be appointed. Members of the dinner committee are Mrs. Forrest *1 horla, chairman, Mrs. John Mill hone, Mrs. Lora McNutt, Mrs. Louie Hall and Mrs. Dewey CaldwelL Secrest Has Heavy Schedule For Week Entering the home stretch in of Women Preparing For Winter Project Making of slip covers and repair of spring filled cushions will the his in to has campaign to regain the seat congress which he resigned enter the service. Bob Secrest a heavy schedule facing him. Friday evening, October 25, Friday evening, October 25, he will speak in Beverly at 7:30 p. m. ........................................... .At and one hour later at Lowell, noon, he will attend a dinner meeting of the Lion’s club in Mari etta. Monday evening, October 28, he speaks at Frezeysburg and Dresden in Muskingum county. Wednesday evening, October 30, a big rally is being planned at McConnelsville with Secrest the principal speaker. Thursday evening, October 31, he goes to Woodsfield where a gigan tic rally has been scheduled for this democratic stronghold. At 6:45 p. m., Friday, November 1 Screst speaks over WMOA, Marietta, and at 8 o’clock addresses another rally in that city. He will speak in Cambridge at 2 o’clock, Saturday, November 2, and Zanes ville at 8 o’clock. On the eve’ of the election, the closing Secrest rally will be held as usual in Caldwell. An interest ing program has been arranged with entertainment galore. Earlier in the evening at 6:15 o’clock, he Washington, Oct. 23—The Agri station WHIZ. County-wide Farm Bureau Meeting Slated October 30 A county-wide Farm Bureau meeting will be held at the VFW hall on West street, Wednesday evening, Oct. 30. Carl R. Hutcheson, director of education, Farm Bureau, Colum bus, will be the principal speaker. Clifford W. Parrish is president of the county organization. The meeting will begin at 8:00 o'clock. Vernon Moore is chair man of the entertainment commit tee. Refreshments will be served during the social hour. ORE BEER COMING UP Washington, Ocl. 23—The Agri ilture Department has cleared the ay for increased beer production about 10.000,000 barrels a month. The department has earmarked 1,000,000 more bushels of grain a onth for beer, with all the in ease going to smaller breweries, nuer normal brewing is should provide an of beer for each bushel of irrel am. Den and son Evilsizer a meet held last A school on the use The J. W. md Dwight Wiley attenae ng of all Crane dealers Chursday at Columbus, if instruction was held if all their appliances. Evilsizer store is the _______ __ authorized Crane dealer for that product in this locality. Elect W. C. TOAD DAVIS For COUNTY COMMISSIONER practices, idditional TTEND INSPECTION Mrs. U. Bu Ley -as the inspecting cfi'i ebekah lodge et Cam! com Caldwell, lor the [ge, Tues attended Mrs. B, anc NOTICE The following prices Lava Soap, 10c Duz, xist on items listed e Ivory Soap, larg urge, 23c Oxydol, small. 10c Oxy lei, large, 23c Ivory Flakes, large, :3c Dreft, large, 23c. THE M.-K. STORE NOTICE—In order to get your 5% discount on Fall Fertilizer, it must be paid by Nov. 1, 1946. The Caldwell Implement & Supply House, Caldwell, Ohio. 14 15 16