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Thursday, October 31, 1946
Harriettsville— Mission Ar4 Forty Hour Services At St. Henry’s Harriettsville, Oct. 30—A mission is being conducted this week at St. Henry’s Catholic church, with Rev, Fr. Abbott, a Dominican priest, in charge of the special religious services, assisted by Rev. A. G. Nickel, pastor. Sermons are de livered every morning at 8:00 and in the evening at 7:30. Forty Hour devotions will open today, Thurs day, and will be observed jointly with the mission. In Paris, France Corporal Wilbur E. Jackson, now stationed with the air force on the Terceira Island, spent a week-end pass in Paris, France. While there he talked to Miss Laura M. Daniels of Marietta. He is the son of Mrs. Margaret Daniels of route 1. Cor poral Jackson is a graduate of local high school. Record Breaking Crowd A record breaking crowd attend ed the carnival at the high school Thursday evening, sponsored by the senior class. Engagement Announced Mr. and Mrs. Wilbert Stephens of route 1 are announcing the en gagement and approaching mar riage of their daughter, Miss Net tie Stephens, of Parkersburg, W. Va., and Herbert F. Hartley, son of Mr. and Mrs. Hoyt R. Hartley, of Cottageville, W. Va. Miss Stev ens is a graduate of local high school and is now employed in the office of the Imperial^ Ice Cream Co., Parkersburg, W. Va. Seriously Injured In Wreck Word was received here Satur day by Bessie Miller and sisters that their sister-in-law, Mrs. Edna Miller Willhite, of Whiting, Ind., was seriously injured in an auto mobile accident near Springfield, Mo., and her husband was killed in the accident. Mrs. Miller is in the Baptist hospital, Springfield, Mo. Her children. Mrs. Beatrice Weaver, of Detroit, Mich., Darwin Miller of Gary, Ind., and Mrs. Dorothy Farley, of Whiting, Ind., are all at their mother’s bedside. They were returning home from a two week’s vacation spent in the Ozark Mountains. Mrs. Miller was a former resident of this place. Dance At Palace Hall There will be a dance at Palace hall, Sunday evening, Nov. 3. A good orchestra will be on hand. Refreshments will be served. Personals Mrs. Barbara Wooster enter tained with a dinner Sunday even ing for Mr. and Mrs. L. O. Gill and son, Larry, of Lower Salem. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Hohman and daughter, Imelda, were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. S. C. Hoh man, of route 1, Sunday. M. E. Lee, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Lee and daughter, Janet Arlene, of Marietta visited Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Everett Lee and were callers at the home of Bessie Miller. Supt. H. M. Ayers and teachers of the local schools attended the E.O.T. association held at Zanes ville. Miss Nina Lee Hendershot, Vic tor Bonar and David Ayers spent Thursday evening with Miss Ruth Lee. The evening was spent play ing rook and refreshments were served. Mr. and Mrs. Forest Miller of Alliance and Mr. and Mrs. John. Lee of Canton visited recently with Mr. and Mrs. Bryan Lee. Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Johanning and Mrs. S. C. Hohman were call ers at the home of Mrs. Mary Haidet and sisters. Miss Genevieve Morrison of Ma rietta visited recently with Mr. and Mrs. Bert Bonar. Miss Freda Hartley and Miss Nettie Stephens of Parkersburg, W. Va., were weekend guests of the latter’s parents, Mr. and Mrs. Wilbert Stephens. Mr. and Mrs. Ignatz Fox of Cald well visited Sunday afternoon with Mr. and Mrs. S. C- Hohman. Recent dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Mantel were Mr. and Mrs. Wendell Williams and chil dren, Judy and Larry, and Mrs. Maud Ball of Zanesville, and Mr. and Mrs. Carl Mantel of Marietta. Richard Wernecke of Canton visited several days the past week with Mr. and Mrs. B. W. Ullman and other friends. Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Kirchner, Mrs. Margaret Donohoo and John Kirchner were recent dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. B. W. Ull man. Mrs. Lena Schramm and son, Harold, of Cornerville and Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Brumm of Marietta route visited Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. L. D. Schramm. Mrs. Rose Schoeppner and son, John, and Mrs. Barbara Wooster were Marietta shoppers Friday. Miss Thelma Bonar, who is em ployed in the office of Attorney Young, spent the weekend with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Bert Bonar. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Schenk of Lower Salem visited Sunday even ing with Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Johan ning. Mrs. B. W. Ullman attended a homecoming at Muskingum college Saturday. Chester Lee. son of Mr. and Mrs. Everett Lee, had his tonsils and adenoids removed Friday at the office of Dr. C. A. S. Williams of Marietta. He is recovering nicely. Supt. and Mrs. H. M. Ayers and son, David, and W. E. Hawkins visited Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Hawkins of Antioch. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Schoeppner and children, Charles and Joann, of Lovx^r Salem, Mr. and Mrs. Ed ward Schoeppner and son, Eddie were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Schoeppner, Sunday. Mrs. Orville Okey and family of Berne spent Sunday evening with her daughter, Mrs. Clarence Man tel, and family. Salesville Salesville, Oct. 30 Mrs. Hattie Dillon visited from Friday until Monday night with Mr. and Mrs. Bert Inglish and Mr. and Mrs. Les ter Dillon, of Freeport route 4. The Dillons were recently married and they accompanied her home for a short stay. Forest A. Roe visited his parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Roe and family ever the weekend. Mr. and Mrs. Everett Lashley, of Buffalo, spent Tuesday with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Roe, and Studebaker Unveils 1947 Commander As the latest development in the introduction of the nation’s first postwar passenger cars, the Central Motor Company, Caldwell, today announced a display of the new 1947 Studebaker Commander. The Commander is a larger, more powerful and more luxurious new postwar Studebaker. The low, smart silhouette that characterizes the new Comman ders sets a style trend for the industry. A long wheelbase has given its designers the opportunity to create something new in flowing stream lines. Four body types are scheduled for early appearance in the new series, according to the Central Motor Company. These are two and four-door sedans, a three-passenger coupe and a five-passenger spor* coupe that incorporates the revolutionary “club pullman’’ ex panse of curved window surfaces. Each body tyfe will be available in deluxe and regal deluxe versions. Just as the 1947 Champion quickly became the most talked about car in the lower priced bracket, said a firm member of the Central Motor Company, we expect the Commander to establish leadership in its field. Improvements are not limited to styling alone. We are firmly convinced that our re-engineered chassis has provided the safest, best riding automobile on the market. The appearance of the Commanders is strikingly modern, bodies are lower and broader. Passenger compartments have been brought forward and body width extended to equal fender width. The result is exceptional seat room. Windows have been appreciably widened to afford unusual visibility. Attractively tailored interiors are in keeping with the postwar spirit of exterior design. Among the in novations of the remodeled control panel are large, easily-read in strument dials of the type used on airplanes. Another highspot is the black-light “cockpit” lighting of the instruments so-called be cause it was originated to provide easy reading, without glare, for night fighter pilots. Vastly increased roadability is due to several factors. But the major changes are a re-distribution of weight, a re-engineered front suspension and a lower center of gravity. Passengers are now “cradled” in the zone where road irregularities are least felt. Front springs are softer and spring ends “float” on rubber bases. In addition to being a strong, box-section type, the frame is double flanged as a further resistant to shock and strain. Besides greatly increased vision and the important advance ments in balance and roadability, new self-adjusting, self-centering brakes are another notable contribution to safer motoring. A newly devised mechanism assures firm, quick stops throughout the life of the brake lining. Braking area is up almost 20 per cent over previous Commanders. Important also as a safety feature are new positive-speed, vacuum-powered windshield wipers. Among the accessories that are listed as standard Commander equipment is the hill-holder, which keeps the car from rolling backward on grades. Studebaker’s famed climatizer and an im proved over-drive are optional on all Commanders. Unfortunately, we do not have enough Studebaker cars to de liver one to all who would like to have them at this time. We do, however, have a car that we are using for demonstration purposes. We would be only too happy to give you a ride in it so that you may see first hand why we are so enthusiastic about this new car. Below is a blank for your convenience and if you will complete this we promise to make every effort to give you a ride you will long remember. Call us for appointment or stop in and see us. NAME--.................................................... ADDRESS_________________________________ ____________ DATE__________________________ ________A- M------------ (Please Mail) CENTRAL MOTOR COMPANY CALDWELL, OHIO DOC WILLIAMS and his Border Riders, from station W. W. V. A., will appear on the stage of the Noble theatre on Thur., Nov. 7. The program features Hiram Hayseed, Curly Sims, Chickie Williams, and Cy Williams. family. Mr. and Mrs. Rodney Stillion and children, Mrs. Lewis Powell and children, and Mr. and Mrs. Jack Stillion, of Quaker City, were Cam bridge visitors Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Francis Caddes and son, Gene, of Cambridge, were visi tors Sabbath afternoon at the home cf Miss Vinnie Frame. Mrs. Orea Woodward and Mrs. Grace Newman of Old Washington, were Tuesday afternoon callers with Miss Frame. Whigville Whigville, Oct. 30—Mrs. Gladys Wickham, Mrs. Freda Guiler, Mrs. Florence Carter, Mrs. Amanda Spence, Helen Spence and Sarah Carpenter spent Thursday after noon with Mrs. Della Thomas, and spent the time counting sales tax for the W. S. C. S. Lunch was served by Mrs. Thomas. Mrs. Kenneth Guiler spent Tues day with Mrs. Frank Ruby of Cam bridge. Eugene, Billy and Marilyn Gui ler of Summerfield spent the week end with Mr. and Mrs. Forest Dan ford. Linda Reed of Summerfield spent Thursday night with Marilyn Wehr. Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Martin were shopping in Summerfield, Satur day, Mrs. Helen Watson spent Thurs day with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Wyscarver, of Batesville. Mrs. Helen Bridwell and daugh ter, Eleanor, and Ray McHanney of Zanesville spent the weekend with Mrs. Mat Gulick. H. R. Floyd is spending a few days with his brother, W. S. Floyd, and family, of Zanesville. Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Franklin spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Guiler. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Danford of Caldwell spent Sunday afternoon with Mr. and Mrs. F. H. Danford. Austin Thomas of Hiramsburg spent Wednesday with Mr. and Mrs. John Thomas. Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Martin spent Sunday evening with Mr. and Mrs. George Berry. Myra Berry spent Sunday after noon with Mrs. Rose Gulick. Jungannon Dungannon, Oct. 30 Mrs. Clara Hughes left Sunday for Niagara, New York for an extended visit with her son, Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Hughes and family. Mr. Donald Mincks, of Lowell route called on his sister, Mrs. Eddie McMannis, Thursday evening. Bessie and Aline Jordan called on Mrs. Clara Wednesday afternoon. Those who visited at the Jordan home Sunday were Mrs. Anna Hut cheson, of Dexter City, and son, Leighton Hutcheson, of Pittsburgh, Pa., Mr. and Mrs. Bert Trimble, of Waterford route and Miss Cynthia Morris, of Caldwell. Born to Mr. and Mrs. Donald Mincks at the Memorial hospital, in Marietta, Wednesday twin girls named Charlene Fay and Darlene Kay. Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Roy Mincks ,of Harriettsville, and Mr. and Mrs. Rhodes, of Lowell. Mis Nina Stewart spent several days last week with her brother, Walter Stewart and wife, of Bever ly. _____________________ Photo Developing—Gillespie’s THE JOURNAL CALDWELL OH Summerfield— Progressive Sisters Hold Pot Luck Dinner Summerfield, Oct. 30 Members ol the Monroe-Noble Progressive Sisters were entertained recently with a potluck dinner at the home of Pearl McKinney. Mrs. Margaret Donohoo was in charge of the meet ing. A social hour was enjoyed. Next meeting will be held at the home of Mrs. Franklin Reed. Those attending were Floral Reed, Pearl Reed, Martha Reed and San dra, Verna Dotson, Violet Danford, Leah Calland, Leone Garrett, and Larry, Ethel Dotson, Beulah Day and son, Glen, Dama Reed, Florence Mallett, Blanche King, Dessie Reed and Judia. Hallowe’en Party Wierd spirits frolicked at the Free Methodist parsonage last Fri day evening when Rev. and Mrs. Richard Wells entertained the young people of the church with a masquerade party. The house was appropriately decorated in keeping u ith the season. Prizes were won by Marvin Orr, Norma Jean Love and Mary Ruth Fowler. The evening was enjoyed socially and refresh ments were served. Turkey Raffle A turkey will be the grand prize Thursday evening at the Grange Hallowe’en party. A cake walk and other forms of entertainment have been planned. Plan now to attend. Society Meets The Delta Kappa Gamma society met Monday evening at the home of Mrs. Grace Taylor. Class Meets Members of the Junior and inter mediate Sunday school classes of the Methodist church enjoyed a Hallo we'en party Friday evening at the home of Mrs. Wilford Garrett with Miss lada Burris as co-hostess. A delightful evening was enjoyed with a social hour and refresh ments. Guests were Mary Margaret Jhilpot, Mary Leisure, Mary Car penter, Billie Stanfill, Dale Garrett, Larry Osborne, Jon Guiler, Larry Philpot and Marlene Philpot. Birthday Dinner Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Stephen were entertained at the home of Mr. and Mrs. James Stephen, Lewisville, Sunday, honoring the birthday of the former’s husband. Visit In Columbus Rev. Marie Tschappat and Miss lada Burris were dinner guests Wednesday evening of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Creamer and family, Col umbus. They were accompanied home bv Mrs. Fred Bode, who has been visiting in that city for sever al days. Personals Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Wheatley and Earl Walker spent the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. John Kane, Zanesville, and attended the E. O. T. A. meeting there. Mr and Mrs. E. L. Stephen, Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Havenor attended the Hereford sale at Harry G. Wat son’s irm, Monday. Wilbur Taylor spent a few days the past week with his brother, John Taylor, Barnesville. M. Clauss and sons, Robert and Leo Jr., Barberton, installed a fur nace this week at the home of his brother-in-law, C. H. Meek. Mr. and Mrs. Meek expect to move into their new home soon. Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Long, oi Quaker City, called on Mattie Mos burg, Thursday. Mrs. C. H. Meek and daughter, Helen, attended the funeral of Allen Moore held at the Perryopolis church, Sunday afternoon. Hubert Martin, who is employed in Canton, spent the weekend with his family here. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Atkinson have received word that then daughter, Mrs. James Bates, Jack sonville, Fla., is seriously ill. Those from here who attended last rites for Rev. Herbert A. Guil ei in Caldwell Thursday were Rev. and Mrs. Ordon Orr, Rev. and Mrs. Richard Wells, Mr. and Mrs. George Craig, lad Farley, Mrs. Hayes Suth erland, Charles Wharton, Mrs. Har ry Fowler, Offa Bishop and Thelma Windom. __ T. Mrs. Offa Bishop visited Mrs. Ida Murrey and Mrs. Ward Murrey at Caldwell, Wednesday. Rev. and Mrs. W. E. Peters, of McConnelsville, visited with friends here last Thursday and were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Homer War- 11 Mr. and Mrs. R. R- Rucker, of Newark, are visiting their niece, Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Horton. Mr and Mrs. Arthur Batten and son. Carroll, were in Zanesville on business, Wednesday. Charlotte Williams is visiting friends in Moundsville. Mr. and Mrs. Ted Osborne and Mrs. Hattie Pryor were shopping in Cambridge, Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Zern Mallett were in Zanesville, Friday. Mrs Florence Wharton and Mrs. George Philpot attended Grand Chapter of the Eastern Stars in Cleveland last week. Mrs. Wharton also visited her brother, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Craig, of that city. Attention Farmers! I AM NOW EQUIPPED TO DO CUSTOM WORK WITH MY TRACTORS. I am listing some of the jobs I can do for you that will save you time and money— Mrs. J. K. Guiler was called to DIG POST HOLES. SAW WOOD FOR FURNACES, GRATES, ETC. DIRT HAULING CORN AND GRAIN HAULED YEAR AROUND. I will furnish the wood if you don’t have any If you are planning on building a barn, house, cellar, dam or pond, and need dirt moved, I can do it. I also have two trucks that are at your service. NO ORDER TOO LARGE OR TOO SMALL NO TRIP TOO LONG OR TOO SHORT! I CAN DO ANYTHING, MAYBE! WILMER F. WATSON SUMMERFIELD, OHIO PHONE MT. EPHRAIM ■I—I II— SKIPPY HOMEIER is on of the wayward boys who are given a home and a fresh start in life on a Texas ranch in the new M-G-M pic ture “Boys’ Ranch.” coming to the Noble on Friday and Saturday, Nov. 1 and 2. Cambridge this week by the death of her aunt, Mrs. Effie Shafer. Rev. Marie Tschappat and Miss lada Burris atended Bible School study in Cambridge, Monday. Perry Philpot spent the weekend with his family here. Pleasant Valley Pleasant Valley, Oct. 30—Shelby Green and son, Jack, C. R. Snyder and son, Junior, made a business trip to Columbus, Tuesday night to to see Russell Balding, w'ho is a patient in a hospital there. Mr. and Mrs. George Craig, Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Snyder, Lydia and Sarah Gant, Mr. and Mrs. George Smith and W. T. Hague attended the funeral of Rev. H. A. Guiler, at Caldwell. Thursday afternoon. Mrs. Raymond Franks and daughter, Janet, spent Monday afternoon with Mary Green. W. T. Hague and Shelby Green motored to Canton last Friday to visit Pat Washington, who is a patient in a hospital in that city. He was injured w’hen hit by an automobile. Dr. W. E. Radcliff w’as -called to the home of James Wickham, Sat urday, to see Mrs. Wickham, who is ill. Delbert Miller and family. Lydia and Sarah Gant, James and Leland Wickham and W. T. Hague were callers in Caldwell, Saturday. Lydia and Sarah Gant, Mrs. George Smith called on Mrs. Blanche Butler at East Union, last Tuesday afternoon. Shelby Green and family visited friends in Zanesville, Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Miller were dinner guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Delbert Miller last Sun day. The occasion was in honor of the birthdays of Mrs. Leroy Miller and Dwight Miller, the lat ter’s birthday being Monday, Oct. 28. Junior Snyder and family made a business trip to Zanesville last Friday. Junior Snyder and family and Sula Snyder visited Ralph Archer and family, one evening last week. Mrs. Mabel Mautz of Zanesville is visiting at the home of Shelby Green, this week. Natie and Doc Wickham and Varney Edwards and family vis ited James" Wickham and family, Sunday. Sharon— F. & A. M. Lodge Observes Anniversary Sharon, Oct. 30— Sharon lodge, No. 136, F’. & A. M., celebrated their one-hundredths anniversary at a special meeting Wednesday evening, Oct. 23. Several visitors from neighboring communities at tended. A fine program was pre sented and refreshments served. Baptismal Service Several received the ordinance of baptism at the Presbyterian church, Sunday afternoon. Spent Weekend With Parents Mr. and Mrs. Ivan lams and daughter, Betty, of Canton, spent the weekend with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Archibald. On Sunday they were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Zale Spear, near Caldwell. News Briefs Mr. and Mrs. Wilbert White and son, Eugene, were recent guests of Mr. and Mrs. Lahue, near Berne. Mr. and Mrs. Dean Morrison and children of Canton spent the week end with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Morrison. Mr. and Mrs. John Bolog and children, of Zanesville, spent Sun day with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Jennings. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Haga and chil dren spent Sunday with relatives at McConnelsville. Mrs. Alice Marquis of Canton spent the weekend with her daugh ter, Mrs. Frances Kuntz, and family. Mis. Mamie Parks of Belpre spent the weekend with her daugh ter, Mrs. Ruth Marquis, and hus band. She returned home Sunday evening, accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. S. W. Parrish. Emma McDonald, who is em ployed at Canton, spent the week end with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. I. M. McDonald. w P. W. GRIFFITHS RALLY CALDWELL HIGH SCHOOL AUDITORIUM SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 2 7:30 O’CLOCK P. M. FEATURING AS PRINCIPAL SPEAKER- W. Chapman Revercomb UNITED STATES SENATOR FROM WEST VIRGINIA Chapman Revercomb, Republican, of Charleston, W. Va. born at Covington, Va., July 20, 1895, son of George Anderson and Elizabeth Chapman Revercomb educated in the public schools, at Washington and Lee University, and at the' University of Virginia degree of LL. B. from University of Virginia former member editorial board of Virginia Law Review enlisted in the United States Army in 1917 and served for the duration of the first World War moved to Charleston, W. Va., 1922, where he has since continued in the general practice of law member of the law firm of Hodges, Revercomb & Michie, American Bar Association, West Virginia Bar Association, Charleston Bar Association member of Presbyterian Church, the American Legion, Elks, and Moose former member of the Republican State Committee Chairman of the State Judicial Convention of 1936 elected to the United States Senate on November 3, 1942, for term ending, January 3, 1949. Mt. Ephraim Mt Ephraim, Oct 30— Visitors at the Hazel Powell home Sunday were Victor Williams and family, Ralph Anderson and family and Mr. and Mrs. Walter Powell. Donald Franklin and family vis ited Chelcie McConnell and family, Sunday. Mrs. Helen Miley visited her sister, Jewell Powell, Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Delbert Neiswon ger visited Rodney Williams over the weekend. Clarence Moore and Ray Shafer and wife were visitors in Caldwell one day last week on business. Tom Shafer of Fish Hollow was in town Sunday visiting with his old friends. He is spending the winter with Edison Shafer and family. Rex Rich and family visited Mrs. Nelle Graham, Sunday. SERMONETTE (Continued from page six) mighty.” We need to emphasize this teaching of separation. The line of demarcation between the Christian and the non-Christian is too nearly obliterated. A Christian is a called out man a devinely saved man a spirit filled man an obedient man a sold out man a God possessed man. Note again the Master says, “Many will say unto me that day, Lord, Lord, have we not prophesied in they name? and in thy name have cast out devils? and in thy name have done many wonderful works? And then will I profess un to them I never knew you: depart from me ye that work iniquity.” Listen, dear reader, are you in fel lowship with Him? Are you enjoy ing His rich presence? If not seek Him without delay. “Seek ye the Lord while He may be found, call ye upon Him while He is near.” EMMETT R. GUTHRIE COSHOCTON, OHIO —Candidate For— STATE SENATOR 17th, 18th, 19th and 28th District (TWO TO BE ELECTED) jjr It Occupation: Farmer Education: Universities of Ohio Northern, Wooster, and Chicago. Experience: School Administra tor 15 Years Representative To General Assembly 4 Your Consideration and Support Appreciated! P. W. GRIFFITHS Candidate for Representative to Congress (15th District) ----Short Talks By County Candidates GEORGE C. PHILPOT Candidate for State Representative W. C. TOAD DAVIS Candidate for County Commissioner HARLEY WHEELER Candidate for County Auditor SPECIAL MUSIC AND ENTERTAINMEMT Years Safety Service Di rector, Coshocton 2 Years District Manager Tax Commission of Ohio 9 Years Overseas Veteran World War I. Member: American Legion, Vet eran of Foreign Wars, Grange, Farm Bureau, Presbyterian Church, Ma sons and Elks. —Pol. Adv. —Pol. Adv.