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Bear Creek THE JOURNAL A Newspaper In and For Caldwell and Noble County. Published Every Thursday at Caldwell, Ohio. JOHN D. WHEELER—Editor. CLARENCE J. ESTADT—Publisher. Office No. 809—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. RATES OF SUBSCRIPTION (Outside Noble County) One year.......................... 12.00 Eight Months ........................... 11.50 (Within Noble County and Radius) One year......................... |1.50 Six Months ........................ I .75 Entered at the post office at Caldwell, Noble County, as second class mail matter under Act of Congress of March 3, 1870 PATRONIZE HOME INDUSTRY The other day, a Noble county farmer took his load of stock through Caldwell, past the yards of the Noble Livestock Sales to Zanesville. He couldn’t get within a block of the sales yards and had to return to his home with the stock. Perhaps the Noble county commissioners didn’t give it a thought but most of the stock from the county home farm was taken to Zanesville and sold at the yards there. Several months ago, the Noble Livestock Sales was incor porated, new buildings were erected, pens constructed for the stock and many other conveniences accomplished all for the farmers of Noble county. But under no circumstances can it be self supporting. It was constructed for the benefit of this county as a whole and farmers are being urged to bring their stock to the Noble Sales, where they will realize exactly the same profit as they would at Zanesville or Marietta. The same buyers attend all the sales in this section and the same prices always prevail. Morgan county is crying its head off for a stock yard, yet Noble county farmers by-pass their own stock yards for some thing a little better at Barnesville, Marietta or Zanesville. The rural communities, as well as the business men Caldwell, must wake up to the fact that only by trading home can we continue to be prosperous and grow._____ OUR GENERAL ELECTION Next Tuesday, November 5th, a democracy will again hold sway and the people will go to the polls and express their preference for the candidates who will represent their voice the next two years. Whether you are a Republican or Democrat, each and every citizen of this country is urged to cast their vote Tues day. It is important that you do so. Five school districts and one village will vote on special levies. And don’t forget the judicial ticket. It is equally as important. Early Wednesday morning, the voice of the people in this county and state will have been heard. The decision rests with each one of you.___________________________________ INSTALLATION SERVICE Friday evening, November 1, the congregation of the Caldwell First Presbyterian church will officially install Rev. George S. Wilson as their pastor. A World War II chaplain, Rev. Wilson will be welcomed to this community, not only by the church and its members but the community as welt ONE HUNDREDTH ANNIVERSARY With little fanfare, the 100th anniversary of the Sharon F. & A. M. lodge was celebrated last Wednesday evening. An appropriate program was held lodge was instituted just a cen Mrs. Rus- Bear Creek, Oct. 30 sei Schoop, of Mamie Schramm, Tuesday evening William Schramm and Mrs. Carl Schramm and family. lyton, and Miss of Florida, spent with their uncle, and cousins, Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Wenzel and Casper Wenzel spent Saturday eve ning with Mr. and Mrs. Carl Schramm in honor of their wedding anniversary. Mr. Levi Miracle spent Thursday with Fred Haskins. Mr. William Grosz and son. Bob, called on Horace and Jasper Thompson. Tuesday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Schramm and sons, Billy, Frank, Roy and Bennie, were business Monday. callers at Lowell, Carl Weppler, of supper at the Monday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Warner, took Schramm home Mrs. Carl shopping Mrs. Ray Scoogans and Schramm spent Thursday at Marietta. Monaghan ri serious illness Thomas Crook Mrs. Roy of her Mrs. to word of the mother, Mrs. Monaghan left Monday mornin be with her. the same building where the ury ago. Keithtown murs MILK STOOLS Each—$1.25 NEW LARD CANS 50 Lb. Size. Each—65c ROME BEAUTY YELLOW DELICIOUS APPLES Per Basket—$1.25 Please Bring Own Container U. S. No. I Potatoes—Per 100 Lb. Bag- No. 2’s or Size—Per 100 Lb. Bag .... As Mr. and Keithtown, Oct. 30 Mrs. Charles Burkhart Bruce, o. ____ hart of Zanesville, and Young of Crooked Tree spent day at the home of Mr. and Leo Burkhart. dui n.nai i and SOn, jf Centerville, Mary Burk Manford Sun- Mrs. sons, Mrs. Edith Chandler and Clarence and Harley, spent a couple of days recently at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Morse of Cuyahoga Falls. Virgie McMannis and daughter, Mary Ann, are spending 10 days with relatives at Kent. Robert VanDwender of Kent spent a week recently with friends in this community. Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Hale and son, Charles, of Columbus, visited recently at the home of his par ents, Mr. and Mrs. Bent Hale. Mr. and Mrs. Ard Chandler and sons, Joe, Clarence and Harley, visited recently with Ruth Chand ler, at McConnelsville. George Chandler and Elsie Har riman of Crooked Tree visited Sunday afternoon at the homes of Jonas Stack and Ard Chandler. JAMESWAY ALL STEEL HOG MEAL 100 Lb. Bag—$4.10 MILO COFFEE In Glass Jars Lb.—25c Ground To Order! BUY YOUR WINTER SUPPLY NOW! OHIO RIVER SALT 100 Lb. Bag—$1.15 25 Lb. Bag—39c NEW SALT FISH Lb.—19c “GOOD FOODS AT FAIR PRICES” -----AT----- Ball’s Cash Market AND H’s West Side Market $2.89 $1.75 LARGE WHITE PEANUTS *4 Lb. Bags—25c Argo Corn Starch 2 1-Lb. Boxes—19c told dy COURTESY When you ask permission 70 HUNT'-'* YOU OFTEN GAIN NOT ONLY THE FREEDOM OF THE FARM^ BUT MAY BE ALLOWED TO RETURN CLC&NG GATES STAYING OUT OF UHHARVgSTFO CROPS Deaths in at I A/YO NOT HUNTING* NEAR. I LIVESTOCK ARE WAYS Of SHCM INS RESPECT I ANOAPPRECJATION /V TO THE PARMER MRS. PEARL McBRIDE Mrs. Pearl McBride, 68, widow of T. W. McBride, of Summerfield, passed away suddenly at the home of Mrs. Mollie Rucker, in Caldwell, Friday morning. Death was due to a heart attack. The deceased was born and rear ed in the Summerfield community, where she spent most of her life. Surviving are the following child ren: Paul, of Columbus, Frank, of Chicago, Ill., Ruby McBride, of Har lem Springs, Ohio, Mrs. Forest Mir acle, of Stafford, and Mrs. Richard Archer, of Cumberland. Mrs. Harley Anderson is a sister and Mrs. J. R. Barnett, aged 89 years, mother, also survives. Funeral services were held Mon day afternoon from the Methodist church in Summerfield conducted by Rev.'- Paul Brodt, assisted by Rev. M. S. Casto, Caldwell, ment was made in Eastern tery by the Brubach funeral Inter ceme- home. WILLIAM ANDERSON William Peter Anderson, 79, died at his home near Belle Valley, at 6 o’clock Wednesday evening, follow ing a stroke of paralysis a week ago. Funeral services were held at the Methodist church at Belle Valley Saturday afternoon at 2 o’clock, with Rey. John B. McGee officiat ing. Burial was made in Olive cem etery, with the Murphy funeral home in charge of arrangements. Surviving are his wife, Lulu An derson and the following children: Fred Anderson, of Caldwell. Ivan Anderson, of Buffalo, Mrs. Bertha Bond, of Lakemore, Pearl Ander son, of North Canton, Hiram, Fran cis, Ruth, Odie, William, and Irvil Anderson, all of Akron. A sister re sides in Akron, and there are a large number of grandchildren and great grandchildren. ALLEN MOORE Allen Moore, 76, retired farmer of the Perryopolis community, east of Caldwell, died in Good Samaritan hospital, Zanesville, Wednesday evening, following illness. He was Why? THE JOURNAL CALDWELL )HIO Under Ohio S/ues Conservation Division Willscreek IWW «. Shelters for the & FEEDING OF WILDLIFE SHOULD BE BUILT BEFORE THE SNOW FLIES- 1 BEST LOCATIONS ARE W THICKETS OR ALONG FENCEROWS~ BEST VI MATERIAL IS WHATEVER. IS AT HAND '"-BRUSH FODDER OR LOGS- 6elr Hines- admitted to the hospital a week ago. Surviving are his wife, Mrs. Mar tha Moore and the following child ren: Earl Moore, of Zanesville, Ethel Moore, of Caldwell, route 1, Harry Moore, of Canton, Mrs. Edna Ack ley, of Canton, Mrs. Hazel Kinsey and Mrs. Mary Alton, of Zanesville. Mr. Moore was a member of the Free Methodist church at Peryop clis. Funeral services were conducted by Rev. O. Orr, at the Free Meth odist church, Perryopolis, Sunday afternoon, at 1 o’clock, followed by burial in Olive cemetery, with McVay-SchlHing funeral home in charge. WILLIAM P. ANDERSON William Peter Anderson, 79, died at his home near Belle Valley, at 6 o'clock Wednesday eveping, follow ing a stroke of paralysis a week ago. Funeral services were held at the Methodist church at Belle Valley, Saturday afternoon at 2 o’clock, with Rev. John B. McGee officiat ing. Burial was made in Olive cemetery with the Mruphy funeral home in charge of arrangements. Surviving are his wife, Lulu An derson and the following children: Fred Anderson, of Caldwell Ivan Anderson, of Buffalo Mrs. Bertha Bond, of Lakemore, Ohio Pearl Anderson, of North Canton Hiram, Francis, Ruth, Odie, William and Ir vil Anerson, all of Akron. A sister resides in Akron, and there is a large number of grandchildren and great-grandchildren. Willscreek, Oct. 30 Corn husk ing and politics are the order of these days. Jerome Stephen, who has been living on the old Philip Renner farm for the last four years, will soon move back on a farm on Rock iver. Duck hunters were here aplenty last Saturday but there is, so far, few ducks. Mrs. Laura Stevens was taken to the hospital again last week. She Do the voters of Noble County, regardless of politics, feel so kindly toward Governor Frank J. Lausche? Because They have found him to be fair, square, and honest to the citizens of Ohio. He has played no political favorites merit, not politics has governed his appointments. He has a sympathetic understanding of the needs of Ohio’s welfare institutions. He has increased the lAid-of-the-Aged allotments. He has not permitted the taxpayers’ money to be spent recklessly. He is ever interested in the welfare of the common man. He has been a governor of everyone in Ohio, not a favored few. He is waging a clean campaign for re election. When some of our most prominent Republican friends say that Lausche has made a good governor, and give reasons, let’s take them at their word and return him to the job he so richly deserves. THANK YOU! NOBLE COUNTY DEMOCRATIC EXECUTIVE AND CENTRAL COMMITTEES. is not as well as we would like her tn be. The Wickens saw mill on the Ross Smith farm will soon be completed. Edward Hogue has rented his farm to Mr. Icenhower, who will soon move there. James Heddleson was a caller here last Saturday. Otto Carpenter took a load of cattle to the Barnesville Sales last Saturday. Hogs and cattle are still high but poultry and eggs are lower. Sylvester House and Amos Galla gher were bailing hay and straw for Earl Moore last week. The following were callers at Earl Moore’s last Sunday: Clarence Roe and family, of Lewisville, Thomas Harding and family, of Kennonsburg, and Austin Stevens end family, of Quaker City. Our old friend, John Warner, of Summerfield, was a social caller here last Sunday. John can still talk. Some fishers from Woodsfield caught a nice lot of fish here last Sunday. Our game warden, Reuben Parks, was on the creek last Saturday see ing if any ducks were killed. Blaine Day sold his coon dog to frank Triplett. Dexter City Dexter City, Oct. 30— Mr. and Mrs. Ted Hauk and son, Richard, have left for Georgia where they will make their home. Miss Josephine Blake spent sev eral days in Cleveland attending the Eastern Star convention. Mr. and Mrs. Hershel Wilson of Columbus spent the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Harry Hutcheson. Mr. and Mrs. Becker and chil dren, of Canton, spent the weekend with Mrs. Anna Hutcheson. Charles Edwards, who is a pre medical student at Ohio Univer sity, Athens, was a caller at the J. O. Miller home Sunday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Quinn Tilton of Marietta and daughter, Mrs. Rachel Moseley, of Los Angeles, Calif., were Sunday visitors in town. Mrs. Moseley expects to return to her home from Columbus next Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Cromer Webber and Mrs. Elmira Webber of Canton spent the week at the Webber home here. Mrs. Webber plans to remain here for a few weeks. Mr. and Mrs. Perry Blake spent several days with their daughter and son-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Dwight Sanford, of New Jersey. Elden Young is spending a fur lough with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Guy Young. I I I I I I I i i i i i i i i i i I i i i Adv. Mt. Ephraim ■MIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIW Mt. Ephraim, Oct. 30 Rev. Gaugler invites everyone to attend the series of meetings being held each evening at the church. Mrs. McCleary, an aged lady from Summerfield, is being cared for at the home of Homer Finley. Mrs. Hazel Powell was called to Batesville, Sunday, by the illness of her mother, Mrs. Eshbaugh. The W. S. C. S. will serve dinner in the usual manner and place on election day and also will be quilt ing for any one who will assist. Mrs. Rodney Williams and Mrs. Dallas Bates were at Zanesville one day last week. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Cleary and daughter, oi* Zanesville, and Hal leck Secrest and family of Cald well attended church here Sunday. Rev. Walter Brown of Caldwell delivered a -very interesting ser mon at the church Monday night. Mr. and Mrs. Dean Edgar and BOB SECREST Will Close His Campaign in the High School Gymnasium CALDWELL, OHIO MONDAY, NOV. 4 7:30 O’clock P. M. Bob Secrest Was Noble County’s First Congressman. You Helped To Give Him His Start. Stick With Him. Don’t Criticize Him For Anything He Can’t Help. Judge Him Only On His Record While In Congress And Service To His Country Remember His Fight For Rural Roads. He is The Same Bob He Always was. Support.... BOB SECREST FOR CONGRESS EMMETT R. GUTHRIE —FOR— STATE SENATOR Thursday, October 31, 1946 recently. ________ Week of Prayer Service Will Be Observed Today on Thursday afternoon at 2:00 O’c?ock at the Caldwell Methodist church the “Week of Prayer and Self Denial’’ will be observed. An interesting worship service, with Mrs Helen Young as the leader, and special music by Mrs Glen Warner and Mrs. Charles Kirch ner will be presented. Special emphasis will be given to the needs in certain phases of missionary work as that in India, a girl’s school in southern Georgia, and the need of a new dormitory in a Spanish speaking girl s school in California. The offering taken will go to help with that work. This is a part of the program of the Women's Society for Christian Service of the Methodist church. VOTE FOR Guthrie Proposes— 1. _-To place entire Sales Tax revenues back to schools (60%) and political subdivisions (40%) as was originally allocated. Your Sales Tax money is uselessly lying in the §170,000,000 State General Fund, while you pass special levies to meet school and local unit needs. 2. —Return of 1-cent liquid fuel tax to county and township roads. 3. —Bonus for World War II Veterans. 4. —Pensions for the Aged com mensurate with the increased cost of living. GUTHRIE ... FOR GOOD GOVERNMENT —Pol. Adv. PROGRAM EVENTS FEATURING Velma Griffin—Accordianist. KILLION Griffin—Nationally known vocalist. Mrs. Marjorie Seller’s School •of Dancing—Featuring 13 talented girls in every type of dance routine from Zanesville. Noble County Musicians— Including Mr. and Mrs. Dallas Bond, Curtis Hill, Frank Sayre, etc. V. F. W. Quartet, Zanesville —Will present their pro gram of harmony. Gertrude Williams, Zanes ville—Soloist. Harry Quarles, Cambridge— Soloist. Singers and Musicians Galore. —Pol. Adv.