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Thursday, October 24, 1946
Harriettsville— Senior Class Elk Local High Sponsors Carnival Harriettsville, Oct. 23—The sen ior class of Elk Local high school will sponsor a carnival Thursday evening, Oct. 24. Plenty of enter tainment for both young and old. Ullmans Entertain Mr. and Mrs. John Ullman en tertained with a chicken dinner Sunday, celebrating the birthday anniversaries of Mrs. C. E. Johan ning and Mr. Ullman. ent were Rev. and Mrs. is of Lower Salem, Mr C. E. Johanning. Dinner Guests Recent dinner guests Emma Ridgeway were: Mrs 1 pres Will- Mrs. Those Clyde r. and Mrs. and Mr. Lloyd Erb and son, Pat, Mr. NOBLE WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 23 One Day Only! 2—Big Features—2 “JOHNNY ANGEL” With GEORGE RAFT CLAIRE TREVOR ------2nd Swell Feature------ Tom Neal Ann Savage in “DETOUR” Both Features Shown After 8:36 THURSDAY, OCTOBER 24 One Day Only ON OUR STAGE IN PERSON DIRECT FROM WWVA! SHORTY FINCHER’S PRAIRIE PALS With Radio’s Laugh Riot RAWHIDE —On Our Screen— Your Favorite Singing Cowboy SMITH BALLEW —In— “RAWHIDE” with Evalyn Knapp Shows 7:00 and 9:00 P. Admission 25c and 50c FRIDAY SATURDAY OCTOBER 25-26 Matinee Saturday—2:00 P. M. NOTHING LIKE IT BEFOREI COURAGE ELIZABETH FRANK TOM TAYLOR NIORGANDRAKE Filmed in TECHNICOLOR Also—News Cartoon SUNDAY MONDAY OCTOBER 27-28 Matinee Sunday—2:00 P. M. I BAbS boot* BARBARA ROBERT STANWYCK CUMMINGS ,. DIANA LYNN The Bride Wore Boots A Paramount Picture ■,* —2nd Swell Feature— RIM THE FLESH'. THE SCREEN I -with all these colorful characters! CONWAY-JEFFREYS MAZURKI GREER V_ Both Features Shown After 8:42 and Mrs. William Erb and daugh ter, Thelma, of Lower Salem R. D., Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Webber Lewisville, Mr. and Mrs. Strain and Miss Corrine way. Farmers’ Institute Mrs. C. B. Johanning dren, Aundree and Ann, of place. Mrs. Lenore Estadt of Robert Ridge- institute Elk township farmers’ _______ will be held at local high school, Friday, Nov. 8, with three sessions, morning, afternoon, and evening. The following officers are in charge: Edith Stevens, president Paul Kelby, vice president Roman Smithberger, secretary treasurer and Luna Ullman, hostess. Birthday Anniversary Mantel Mr. and Mrs. entertained with a dinner Wed day evening honoring the birthday anniversary of their daughter, Martha. Those present were: Mr. and Mrs. Carl Mantel, of Marietta Mrs. Charles Mantel, of Lower Salem R. D., and Donna Jane Lee. Attend Macksburg Lodge Mrs. H. M. Ayers and W. Ullman attended anniversary of O. E. S. lodge, day evening. Personals Mrs. B. fiftieth chapter, the Aureluus at Macksburg, Fri- Herman Hohman the Mr. Mr. and Mrs. and daughter, Imelda, spent weekend with her parents, and Mrs. P. W. Kuhn, of Lewi: ville. and chil this and daughter, Fern, of Middleburg, vis ited Wednesday with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Pryor, of Dex ter City route. Mrs. Barbara Wooster spent Sun day afternoon with Miss Sh Ann Crum, of near Caldwell. Mrs. Fanchon Rawlette of Alex andria, Va„ returned home Tues day after a week’s visit with her parents, Mr. and ning. Mrs. C. E. Johan L. D. Schramm visited Sunday Schramm of Cor- Mr. and Mrs. and son, Daniel, with Mrs. Lena Mrs. Charles Mantel and and granddaughter, Jan Mantel, visited recently and Mrs. George Bosold Mantel’s mother, Mrs. Bosold, of Caldwell. The ■brated her 88th birthday Mr. and son, Carl, et Louise with Mr. and Mrs. Margaret latter cele anniversary, Sunday, Oct. 13. Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Johanning spent Sunday evening with Bessie Miller and sisters. Mrs. W. W. Mallett spent the past week with her daughter, Mrs. Clyde Smith, and husband, of Co lumbus. William and Franklin Stevens attended a show at Caldwell, Fri day evening. Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Schoeppner and Joan Schoeppner visited Sun day with Mr. and Mrs. Crum and family of route. Newport Pike visited ternoon with Mr. and Johanning Mr. band Olive Green Wilson, KISS-AND -RUN story of modern marriage! with MARK STEVENS ROSEMARY DcCAMP KERRY M0R6AN-WALLY BROWN-ARUNE 1UB6E TUESDAY, OCTOBER 29 OUR BIG NIGHT TOM NEAL MARGARET LINDSAY —In— “CLUB HAVANA” WEDNESDAY THURSDAY OCTOBER 30-31 2—Big Features—2 Clarence Caldwell Supt. and Mrs. H. M. Ayers and son, David, visited Thursday even- ing’ with Mr. and Mrs. Edw. Merry, of Caldwell. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Hartshorn near Sharon, friend. Mi: Together and son, Roy Hazel Tyo Mrs. Ethel Wells and daughter, Mrs Freddie were Monday callers at if her brother, Irvil children. Zanesville, the home Armstrong week were Notice of Appointment Estate of J. L. Cowaa, Deceased. L. C. Young, whose address is Cald well, Ohio, has been appointed and qualified as Administrator with the will annexed of the estate of J. L. Cowan, deceased, late of Caldwell, Noble Coun ty, Ohio. Dated this 18th day of October, A. D„ 1946. OTTO POLING. Probate Judge of said County. 15 16 17 vide a variation in th The motion picture Smith Ballew and Evalyn is the late two shows Summerfield and Mrs. Canzadia Nichelson Ernest Burkhart were business itors at Caldwell, Thursday. H. W. Thompson and Williard Heller of Barberton spent the past week visiting friends on route 1. Summerfield, Oct. 23 Members of the Sunshine Sunday school class cf the Methodist church met at the home of Mrs. Thelma Wharton with Mrs. Marie Bircher as companion hostess, Friday evening. Ruth Mc Ginnis led the devotionals. During the business meeting, the class voted a sum of money to the White Cross hospital in Columbus. Refreshments were served to the following: Gladys Philpot, Emily King, Violet Danford, Lucille Stan fill, Beulah Day, Florence Smith, lada Burris, Rev. Marie Tschappat, Hattie Oliver, Roma Jean Wharton, Ruth McGinnis, Bertha Osborne and Florence Wharton. Purchase Carpet A committee, representing the lo cal Masonic lodge and order of Eastern Star motored to Wheeling, W. Va., where they purchased a new carpet for their Temple, which is nearing completion. Attend Meeting The following members of the local O. E. S. attended the friend ship meeting at Quaker City, re cently, Charles Shackles, Charlotte Williams, Bertha Osborne, Emma Meek, Lou Philpot, Emma McGurk, Emily King. Fiorence Smith, Roma J. Wharton, and Lucille Stanfill. Friday evening, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Gibson, Bessie Hay, Blanche Hall and Gertrude Deal, of Quaker City, attended the meeting of the local chapter. Enjoyed Visit Mrs. Daisy Philpot was pleasantly surprised last week when her nieces Mrs. Chester Smith and Mrs. crine Anderson, son, Robert, Cuyahoga Falls visited at her Booster Night The Grange gram Saturday attended with gram being given. Hallowe’en Party E. Sunday Mrs. C. E. hi Ullman with fner, and Mr. and Mrs. Howard Ei M's. Aleda Thayer, accomp Mrs. George Finley, were the home of Horton. Mrs. week’s visit. calling 5 Geneva Men they called al and on denhall. the Ramsey home friend, Miss Bettie thei and of Other callers the past ____ Mr. and Mrs. Dewey Parks and 1. G. Nichols of Reiners ville.________________ e ... Emmitt Morris and family have moved from the Glenn Long farm to their farm near Hoskinsville. Mr and Mrs. Glenn Long and family of Caldwell are planning to move to the farm this week. They were former residents of the Olive Green vicinity. i Earl Tarleton, superintendent ot the Sharon schools, was a business caller in Columbus, Monday of the past week. He was attending a teachers’ meeting Mr. and Mrs. Irvil Armstrong and sons, Joe and Noah, were in Caldwell, Saturday. George Pickenpaugh of Caldwell and Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Hupp of Byesville were in Olive Green, Saturday evening. Cath all of home. booster night pro evening was largely an interesting pro- Summerfield Grang their annual Hallowe’ 31.. All Caldwell, Sat businc urday. Mrs Rose Schoeppner and son John, and Mrs. Harold Schoeppnei were Marietta shoppers Tuesday. games and other entertah being planned. The public it Westerville Guests ity at n /ited. Mr. and Mrs Finley remain Other guests for the weekend were Mr. and Mrs. Martin Lavelle, son, Jane and Karen Brown, all of Westerville. Personals Mr. and and Mr. and Mrs. Wiley Amos, and Mrs. Kenneth Gordon daughters, Patty and Jane, Mr. Mrs. Harold McGinnis visited Sun day with Mrs. Martha McGinnis. Mr. and Mrs. Zedar Hanes enter tained the following guests over the weekend: Mr. and Mrs. Luther Rob inson, grandson, Charles Sayre, of Millersburg, Mr. and Mrs. George Lawhead and son, Jeff, Massillon, Mr. and Mrs. Ervin Anderson, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Hanes and Judy Ann, all of Akron. Mr. Weisend, of Lewisville, called on Miss Ada Carpenter, Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Horton and Mary Weisend were in Zanesville on business. Visitors at the home of Celonia Norris, Sunday, were Mrs. Joe Car penter and daughter, Ada and Jen nie Danford. Guests of Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Hor ton recently were Mrs. Gertrude Deal, Quaker City, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Brown, Zanesville, Mr. and Mrs. Donald Nauer, Columbus. Dorothy and Betty Warner spent Saturday in Barnesville. Mr. and Mrs. Alva Wharton were in Wheeling, W. Va., Monday. They were accompanied home by their daughter, Edith Evans. Miss Jean Gee, Columbus, is visiting friends here. Mrs. Jack Todd and daughter have returned to their home in Col lenwodd, Tenn., after visiting friends here. Those from out of town attending the funeral of Hattie McElfresh, in- A SOCIAL SECURITY PENSION will hardly be enough to care for your declining years. It will likely provide but a bare existence. To have more than this, start saving from your present income. Open an account here today. CURRENT DIVIDEND 2% All Accounts Federally Insured up to $5,000.00, You will enjoy Mutual Federal Service. MUTUAL FEDERAL Muskingum County’s Oldest” Savings & Loan Assn, Mutual Federal Building Brown Granite 14 South Fifth Front Street OHIO ZANESVILLE, THE JOURNAL CALDWELL 01 This is “Shorty” Finchc■r and his “PRAIRIE PAL S”, the WWVA hillbilly outfit co^ mg to the Noble Theatre for one night only, Thursday, Octoher 24. Also with the troupe is “Rawhide.” billed as radio’s. laugh riot. Hillbilly entertainers arc' brought to the Noble The■atre by C. E. Huprich, manager, to j*ive the people' of Noble co unty an opportunity to see their favarite radio entertainers and to pro- am. the evening is “Rawhide’ Knapp. Also starring in th the iron man of baseball ’. at 7:00 and 9:00 with admission at 25 and 50 cents eluded: Paul McElfresh and family, Mrs. Erma Norris, of Zanesville, Margie McElfresh of the Nurses Heme in Newark, Violet Thomas, of Cambridge, Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Moore, of Pleasant City, Clyde Wharton and family and Mrs. Bes sie Wharton, of Caldwell. Mr. and Mrs. David Triplett and daughters, Marysville, Calif., were visitors the past week with his other. Mr. Cumberland, Oct 23 The second in a series of Lyceum numbers, scheduled for Cumberland high school, was presented last Friday at 2 o’clock p. m. Mr. Henry J. Williams, noted concert harpist, of Cleveland, gave a full hour of var iety music. Selections ranged from famous folk songs to those used in movie musicals. Mr. Williams has an interesting background of exper iences, having served as artist solo ist in the Minneapolis symphony orchestra 36 years and is also a teacher of note. A capacity audience was present and enjoyed the affair very much. The third program will be the famous “Barn Yard Frolic”. Youth Fellowship The Youth Fellowship Group of the Methodist church journeyed to New Concord, Monday evening, where they participated in the an nual booth festival. Interesting dis plays of fruits, vegetables and ate made by each group [IO district Eichei It while project. Personals Ira T. Howell was a business caller in Cambridge, Friday. Mrs. Edna McNutt, of Idaho, and Mrs. Mary Wilson, of Cambridge, were recent visitors with their sis ter, Mrs. Stella Newton, at the home of Miss Clara Perkins, route_l. Mr. and Mrs have returned 1 trip to the west dauehter, Mrs. onnc picture Sharon— Triplett and family. and also visiting friends from an extended coast. Edson McKee, War iiests with his ren, were weekend parents, Mr. and Mrs Frank Waltz ccently visited their Frank Halkenbarach Newcomerstown. Allison a Saturday. sent district meeting of Presbyter Women’s Missionary Societies be held all day October 29, at will Cumberland. Members are to take their own sandwiches and table ser vice to the district meeting which opens at 9 a. m. Three deer were reported seen on the W. T. Crow farm, Glenwood,, lecently by residents nearby. Grange Highlighted With Booster Program and of and Mrs. B. E. Kcttuiger and Helen Robinstein, ere visiting friends at sons Zanesville, w Summerfield accompanied ning with Dale Bishop, of Ethel. Robert Calland and family wen visiting friends over the weekend. Cumberland— Second Lyceum Number Features Noted Harpist Sharon, Oct. 23—Sharon grange will meet Friday evening. Nov. 1, at 7:00 o’clock for its business ses sion, with Master Calvin Menden hall in charge. At 8:00 o’clock the doors opened to the public, at wh a booster prograrr sented, as follow ica” message ‘How Tuesday. Ann Denbow them and spent the spent Wednesday eve- David Orr son nation- from They little accompaniment duet Hunted A Mouse' folks reading, with skit, “She’s playlette, piano Willing. and string music. to bring a and sand the Coffee Everyone is covered dish, wiches will be furnished by grange. grange hall Monday, Oct Sharon school is progressing with Clayton Burrier and Mrs. Elizabeth Hill, teachers, and Mrs. Lozzia Morrison and Mrs Bernice Reed in charge of the hot lunch. Returns To “Sunny Cal” Mrs. Anna Winder plans to re turn to her home in Los Angeles, Calif., this week, after spending several months with her sister-in law, Miss Leota Winder. Formulating Plans Ladies of the Presbyterian church are completing plans for their annual bazaar and chicken supper to be held in the church basement Nov. 7. Personals Mrs the ntity and attractiveness of dis y,etc. These contributions then Home White Gratitude dent ns and tugnter, ■nt the wortl in Enough Food is no accident that the largest crops in our history are being harvested this year when we, and the rest of the world, need them most. In spite of war, loss of labor and little new equipment, the American farmer has again taken care of us and provided a life-saving surplus for abroad. How do our farmers do it? How is it that only sixteen per cent of our people can feed all of us and go on breaking records in the face of circumstances which slow up industry? There arc three reasons: First, farmers work harder and longer than most other American-. Second, they know how to make the best us of tools. And, third, they have a long-standir partnership with industry seeking to satisn their urge to get more out of the land for the same labor. Farmers are still practicing the kind of enterprise that built America. her Grace Skilthorp of Cleve recently with Almeda Cunnin land visited mother. ^Mrs^ Mrs. ,ham. and burg. parents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Jen nings. Mr. and Mrs. Dayle Caldwell of Coshocton spent the weekend with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. O. B. Caldwell. Mrs. Myrtle McKee with her daughter, Mrs near ton, Howard Frisbee urtney. Rev. and Mrs. H. W. McKee, and 4ton, Charles Boyd the weekend witl on Sermonette near The Institute has printed a booklet STEEL SERV ES THE FARMER. Write for a copy and it will be sent gladly. visited Clem Dut Keithtown, Koons and the week Mrs Lura and Mrs. Edwin if Zanesville, spen with her mother, Wilson Mr. As Clara Tear Williams testified in the lyric which she wrote: All my life long I had panted cool For a draugl spring That I hoped burning Of the thirst I felt within. Feeding on the husks around al nil be time pre- Untold My Red kit reading, by Roland music pantomine, Aunt Belindas Bed girls trio monologue, Elliott string "Burglar In song, the and those on All officers program are asked to meet at the grange hall Monday, Oct 28, for practice. Adeline Groves is grange lecturer. School Progressing Nicely me, Till my strength was almost gone, Longed my soul for something better, Only still to hunger on. Poor I was, and sought for riches, Something that would But the dust I satisfy, gathered round me ly soul’s sad cry. have found him— so long has craved my longings: Only mocked Hallelujah Whom my soi Jesus satisfie Through his 1 Well of wate I I I now am saved, cer springing, rich and free, at never faileth, to me. Times For Holding Courts in Noble County, Ohio, A D„ 1947 It is ordered that the day of the com mencement of each term of the Common Pleas Court in Noble County, Ohio, for the year 1947 shall be as follows: January 6. 1947 May 5. 1947 October 6, 1947. Each term to begin at 10 o'clock A. for Court L. FRAZIER, Judge of said The State of Ohio, Noble County I, the undersigned. Clerk of the of Common Pleas within and for County, Ohio, do hereby certify foregoing to be a true and correct copy of the original order "Times for holding Courts in Noble County, Ohio, 1947," now on file in mv office. 13 14 15 Allen Addis Macks daughter, 1 Martha Moi Marie. Jald Ellis ugh Jennim Court Noble the WITNESS my hand and the seal of said Court at Caldwell, Ohio, this 9th day of October, A. 1946. GEORGE L. THOMPSON, Clerk 14 15 16 Notice of Appointment Estate of Oliver S. Havener, deceased. Notice is hereby given that Emily O. Havener, of Summerfield, Ohio, has been duly appointed administratrix of the es tate of Oliver S. Havener, deceased, late of Summerfield, Noble County, Ohio. Creditors are required to file their claims with said fiduciary within four Dated this 3rd day of October, 1946. Judge cf said County Proba Notice of Appointment is no Accident .Xat ion a I thanks are due the farmer for the job he has done in the last five years. Universal respect is due him for his foresight in helping industry equip farms to meet a whole series of emergencies. BUI1. we should not crowd our luck, or the farmer’s luck either. Too many farm tools are now worn out. Without new ones produc tion may go down. Farmers need over eight hundred million dollars' north of new imple ments and equipment. It is up to industry and labor to keep wheels turning to produce 1 -in, hut anv recurrence of strikes would \merica should see that the hard-working farmer gets what he needs. American Iron and Times For Holding Courts Of Appeals, A. D., 1947 STATE OF OHIO SEVENTH JUDICIAL DISTRICT COURT OF APPEALS It is ordered that the time of the be ginning of the terms of the courts of appeals of the several counties in said district be fixed as follows: Ashtabula county on the 10th day of February and the 25th day of August. Belmont county on the 19th day of May and the 1st day of December. Carroll county on the 28th day of April and the 10th day of November. Columbia county on the 29th day of nd the 11th day of November. ?a county on the 13th day of 28th day of August. on the 28th day of day of December. on the 26th day of __ __ day of December. ounty on the 11th day of Feb ___ 2 26th day of August. April Nannie on April’ Go ____ February and the Harrison county May and the 10th Jefferson county May and the 8th Canton spen s mother, Mrs ruary and page six) RIGHTEOUS SHALL BE (Continued from THIRST AFTER NESS, FOR THEY FILLED.” the uld quench Mahoning county on the 17th day of March and the 29th day of September. Monroe county on the 13th day of May and the 25th day of November. Noble county on the 12th day of May and the 24th day of Novem ber. Portage county on the 14th day of February- and the 29th day of August. Trumbull county on the 3rd day of March and the 8th day of September. Said terms to begin at 10 o'clock, a. m., Septemer 17, 1946. (Section 1519, General Code.) JOHN C. NICHOLS. WILLIAM M. CARTER, ELMER T. PHILLIPS, Judges The State of Ohio, Noble County I. the undersigned. Clerk of the Court of Common Pleas within and for Noble Countv, Ohio, do hereby certify the foreg ing to be a true and correct copy of the original order "Times for holding Courts in Noble County, Ohio, 1947, now on file in rny office. WITNESS my hand and the seal of said Court at Caldwell, Ohio, this 23rd of September, A. D., 1946. GEORGE L. THOMPSON, Clerk 14 15 16 SHERIFF’S SALE IN PARTITION The State of Ohio, Noble County. Common Pleas Court Case No. 8659. CHARLES ERB Plaintiff, ERIC CRONIN, ET. AL Defendants. Notice is hereby given that on Saturday, the 2nd day of November, A. D. 1946, at the hour of 10:00 o’clock, A. M., I will offer for sale at public auction at the West door of the Court House in Caldwell. Ohio, the following real estate, situate in the County of Noble and State of Ohio, and in the Township of Elk. to- Being the same premises leased by W. E. Ullman to Leonard Shank and bounded on the north by the lands of J. W. Kehl and Ed. Kehl, on the east by the lands of R. Ullman, on the west by the lands of Saloma Fleeman, and on the south by the lands of R. R. Ullman, con taining eighty (80) acres more or less. Appraised at $1,600 00, and cannot be sold for less than TWO-THIRDS of that amount. Said premises to be sold as the property of the parties to the above action, on an order of sale in Partition from the Com mon Pleas Court of Noble County, Ohio, and directed to me, the undersigned Sheriff. TERMS OF SALE—CASH. Given under my hand this 30th day of September, 1946. CLAYTON McKEE, Sheriff of Noble County, Ohio. By Harry L. Merritt, Deputy Sheriff. C. Young, Attorney. 12 13 14 15 16 L. LEGAL NOTICE Emma Mae Triplett, whose place of residence is LaFayette, Georgia, and her ‘___ j. General Delivery, will that on the 23rd day of 1946. Frank J. Triplett filed against her in the Court of ion Pleas of Noble County, Ohio, being case No. 8675 in said a divorce on the grounds that had a husband living at the marriage to plaintiff. The said petition is for divorce ier proper relief. Said de required to answer said peti 14th day of No- Addres notice• sed. Friend eld, mm four or before the 1946. FRANK J. TRIPLETT E. P. McGinnis, His Attorney. By 15 16 17 Steel Institute, 350 Fifth Avenue, New York 1, N. Y.