Dexter City (delayed)—Mr. and
Mrs. Myron Oliver of Loudenville
are announcing the birth of a son,
named James Gardner. Mr. and
Mrs. Loren Hutcheson and her
mother, Mrs. James Gardner went
to Loudenville where Mrs. Gardner
remained. The Hutchesons re
turned to their home and were ac
companied by their small nephew,
George Oliver, Who will remain
for an indefinite period.
Mr. and Mrs. Merrill Hutcheson
and children of Alliance spent the
weekend with his parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Harry Hutcheson
Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Hayes and
son, David, of Columbus, were
weekend guests at the home of Mr.
and Mrs. Albert Hayes.
Mrs. Anna Hutcheson returned
home Saturday evening with her
son, Leighton Hutcheson, of-Pitts
burgh, Pa., who remained over the
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Hayes and
Sn, Bernard, spent Sunday with
r. and Mrs. William Welch of
Howard and Bob Moseley were
dinner guests of their brother,
Moseley, and family.
Mr. and Mrs. Amos
Caldwell were callers
Nichelson home one
Mrs. Rachel Moseley of Los
geles, Calif., spent last week
town visiting old neighbors
Sarahsville (delayed) Friends
were glad to hear that Mrs. Emma
Kent, who was removed from the
hospital to the home of her daugh
ter, Mrs. Henry Gill, of Caldwell,
is improving and expects to return
to her home here in the near fu
Mr. and Mrs. Dode Kirkbride
moved recently to the Bert Kirk
bride property in the rear of the
Mr. and Mrs. Dean Stottsberry
and son moved last week in the
McWilliams property, recently va
cated by the Kirkbride family
Several men and women are
working at the Cambridge state
hospital from here.
Mr. and Mrs. Clinton Willey and
family of Keithtown spent Sunday
with her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Russell Johnson and Ralph Leas
ure were in Zanesville last Friday
Jim Stottsberrys and Willard
Stottsberry and family spent Sun
day with their son and brother,
Dean Stottsberry, and family.
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Mellon of
West Virginia spent a few days
with his mother, Mrs. Ellen Mellon
Helen Johns, daughter of Okey
and Ella Johns, were united in
marriage on Sept. 7 to Chief
Pharmacist Mate Gerald D. Ander
son, of Wisconsin. Mrs. Timmy
Cooper is a sister of the bride.
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spent a few
Mrs. Nora Forshey
days last week with
and other relatives in and around
Mary Rogers, teacher of the first
and second grades, who has been
ill, has resumed her teaching du
ties. Mrs. Raymond Wheeler taught
during her absence.
Mr. and Mrs. George Young
were callers in Caldwell one day
Alice Stevens of Bedford spent
several days last week at the El
mer Morris home.
Mr and Mrs. Brady Cunning
ham and family of Pleasant City
called on his
William Forshey of
Mr. and Mrs.
their home here.
Ari ie Green of Woodsfield is
iting his sister, Mrs. Bunting,
Jim Stottsberry was a calle
A large crowd attended the cake
walk and masquerade party at the
schoolhouse Friday night
Whigville (delayed)— Billy and
Marilyn Guiler, of Summerfield,
spent the weekend with Mr. and
Mrs. Forest Danford.
Mr. and Mrs. Ira Barr and Mr. and
Mrs. Harvey Barr, of Ashland, spent
the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. J.
Mrs. John Gulick and Mrs. John
Martin spent Sunday with Mr. and
Mrs. J. H. Smith, of Summerfield.
Harold Van Dyne and Lester Mar
tin, who are employed at Ashland,
spent the weekend at their homes
The Whigville Community Club
will hold their monthly meeting in
the town hall, Friday evening, Oct.
25. Bring your own table service
and a covered dish. Mrs. Anna
Groves, Faye Groves and Mrs.
Gould Ward are in charge of the
Mr. and Mrs. S. A West and H.
R. Floyd were shopping in Caldwell
Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Thomas, of
Otsego, spent Sunday with Mr. and
Mrs. John Thomas.
Pearley Snyder, of Newark, and
Mrs. Goldie Lucas were quietly
married at Caldwell Saturday. They
will be at their home in Newark af
ter Thursday. Oct. 24.
Mrs. John Thomas and Mrs. Ken
ndth Guiler were shopping in Cald
Mr. and Mrs. Earl Danford, of
Caldwell, spent Sunday afternoon
with Mr. anti Mrs. F. II. Danford.
Mt. Ephraim, (Delayed) Those
attending Achievement Day at
Caldwell last Thursday were as
follows: Margaret Meighen, Bertha
Shafer, Dora Miller, Nancy Mc
Auley, Ora Berry, Grace Miley,
Clara Beatty, Mildrer Shafer, Wava
Oliver, Mikl red Law, Elsie McCon
nel, Viola Gaugher, and Mary Rich.
KING BRADY, Ohio University quarterback, can really kick
a football. He can hurl it equally as well. This Bobcat is one
of 38 ex-servicemen on the squad and figured prominently in
Ohio University’s first three victories.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hunt, of
Cleveland, and Mr. and Mrs. F. L.
Catlett, of Buffalo, visited
Beatty and family, Sunday.
Rodney Rich and family, of
ton, visited Ervin Graham and
ily last week.
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Fred Stiles, wife and Cleo
hies visited relatives in Akron last
Grace Miley visited her sister at
Zanesville last Tuesday.
Mr. and Mrs. Edward Sidel, of
Cambridge, visited Jack Berry and
wife last week.
Arthur Miller vist
Pleasant City Sun-
Mr. and Mrs.
ted their son in
of Newark, was a
B. M. Gibson,
visitor here Monday.
Pleasant Valley (delayed)—James
Wickham and W. T. Hague made a
business call to Zanesville last Wed
George Smith and wife visited
Ross Smith and family last Tuesday.
W. T. Hague, C. A. Atkinson and
wife, Ernest Davis and wife visited
the former’s brother, Henry Hague
and daughter and family at Ken
nonsburg, last Sunday.
Shelley Green, wife and son,
John, visited friends in Zanesville
Smith and wife, Charley
R. Snyder, were business
Caldwell Saturday after-
Gant and family called on
Junior Snyder Friday evening.
Francis Gant spent Saturday at
the tome of his parents, Homer
Gant and wife.
Marcus Gant and family and Ho
mer Gant were shopping in Cald
Coal Ridge (delayed)—John Buck
eye and friends of Cleveland visit
ed with friends here over the week
Steve Galayda of Painesville
spent the weekend with his wife
Sunday visitors at the home of
Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Mika were:
Mrs. Paul Piribek, jr., and daugh
ter, Esther Ann, Mrs Andy Shes
sr and son, Jerry, Paul Piri
sr., all of Lakewood, Mr. and
Mrs. Rudy Cepelnik of Cleveland,
and Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Gallik,
jr., of Lore City.
Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Bond spent
Sunday with their son, Bill, of
A surprise birthday dinner party
was given for Mrs. Stanley Bond
at their home here on Sunday,
Oct. 13 Approximately 33 friends
Mrs. John Lestock and daughter,
Eleanor, spent Sunday afternoon
the guests of Mr. and Mrs.
Miss Ethel Zaleha visited
Miss Mildred Mika, Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. John Liptak have
left for Cleveland where they will
attend their son’s wedding which
took place on Saturday afternoon.
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Moushay of
Cambridge spent the weekend
with her relatives here.
Mr and Mrs. John Bertka and
children, of Akron, visited her par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. John Kuchera
over the weekend.
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Soros and
baby of Akron visited her parents,
Mr. and Mrs. John Kuchera over
Mrs. Andrew Shestina and son,
Jerry, of Lakewood, visited rela
tives and friends here.
Mrs. Anna Bovit of Cleveland
visited over the weekend with her
father, Andy Yaremko, and sister,
At a special meeting of Aurelius
Chapter No. 60, O. E. S. held re
cently at the Masonic Hall in
Macksburg, the fiftieth anniversary
of the chapter was celebrated. Mem
bers of Amazon chapter No. 30,
Caldwell, the chapter which offici
ated at the institution 50 years ago,
were present for the program.
Charter members, including Mrs.
Mamie Smithson Antill, Mrs. Clara
S. Smith, both of Macksburg, and
Mrs. Lizzie Neptune, of Marietta,
were paid special tribute.
Joseph Kusnerak, employed at
The Journal, is enjoying a two
weeks vacation with his brother,
Barney Kusnerak, Los Angeles, Cal
ifornia. He will return to his home
in Florence Addition, Sunday.
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Walnut Ridge (delayed)—Mr. and
Mrs. William Horton were business
callers at Columbus, Monday.
Mr. and Mrs. Otis Horton, Mabel
and Jimmy Horton, Mr. and Mrs.
Horzle Garrett, Treva, Lylan and
Larry Garrett, were Sunday after
noon visitors at Hidge King’s.
Earl Horton, of Zanesville, spent
Sunday with his parents, Mr. and
Mrs. M. I. Horton.
Mr. and Mrs. Hidge King attended
the stock sale at Caldwell Friday.
Irene Horton spent Wednesday
night with Delores Clark.
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Smith, of
Caldwell, were callers at Mose Hor
Mrs. Bertha Horton was a busi
ness caller at Zanesville, Monday.
Mrs. Carletta Morrison, Mr. and
Mrs. Cecil Wilson and daughter,
Wanda Kay, were Sunday visitors
at Swazey Dotson’s.
Mose and Otis Horton attended
the stock sale at Caldwell Friday.
Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Smithber
ger were callers at Caldwell Friday.
Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Smith, of Jop
lin, Mo., accompanied by Mrs. Ber
tha Smith, of Alliance, called on the
Warren sisters, of Walnut street,
Mr. and Mrs. Sales Johns and
son, Sales, Jr., Steubenville, spent
the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. M.
C. Johns, Fairgroud street.
Mrs. Paul McVay is spending this
week with her sister, Mrs. C. E.
Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Hillard, of
Zanesville, visited the former part
of this week with friends in Cald
Mrs. C. M. Cover, of University
Heights, the former Ernestine Van
Fleet, spent the weekend at the
Miss May me Sealock, Fairground
of Mrs. John Sealock and
Hazard has returned
from Cleveland, after
to her home
her daughter, Miss Marily
inends the past week.
Margaret Hendershot, of
City, visited Caldwell
Mr. and Mrs. Donald Frazier and
daughter, Shirley, of Akron, spent
the weekend with her parents, Mr.
and Mrs. Homer Johnson, of West
Lloyd King, state bank examiner,
has returned to Cincinnati, after
visiting her father, Allie King.
Mr. and Mrs. Myron Pickenpaugh,
Mrs. Alice Racey, Mrs. Mary A.
Pickenpaugh, and Mrs. Vivian Davis
visited Wednesday with Mr. and
Mrs. T. O. Racey and family, of
Woodland, W. Va.
Mr. and Mrs. Rudy Bigley and
daughter, Bonnie, visited recently
at the home of W. P. Cook and fam
ily, of Cleveland.
Mr. and Mrs. George Kean, of
Carrolton, and Joe Kean, of Cleve
land, were weekend guests at the
home of Mrs. Marvel McCauley,
An examination for Student
etitian has been announced by
U. S. Civil Service Commission
training in War Department. Vet
erans Administration, and Public
Health Service hospitals throughout
the country. The maximum salary
for the 12-month training period is
$1,470 which includes allowances
for subsistence, quarters, and over
Further information and applica
tion forms may be obtained from
the Commission’s Local Secretary,
Frank Tarleton, located at the Post
Office, Caldwell, or for most first
and second-class post offices, Civil
Service Regional Offices, or the
United States Civil Service Com
mission, Washington 25, D. C. Inter
ested persons are urged to apply at
once so that they may be admitted
to one of the early examinations.
REV. MAXWELL HERE
Rev. Robert A. Maxwell and wife,
the former Martha Taylor, visited
Friday with former friends in Cald
well and with the latter’s father,
William Taylor, near Caldwell. Sat
urday they visited with Rev. and
Mrs. R. B. Maxwell, Zanesville, be
fore returning to Holland, Ohio,
where he is the pastor of the Free
Canzadia Nicholson has filed suit
in Common Pleas court seeking a
divorce from Edward Nicholsqn.
She charges gross neglect of duty.
L. C. Young is representing the
A partition case has been filed
in Common Pleas court by Milberry
Juries and Homer Jerles, plaintiffs
against D. W. Lowe, Otto Spangler
and B. E. King. E. P. McGinnis is
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