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County League Unchanged
After Weekend Competition
The Noble county league standing
remained the same this week as the
three top teams are still tied for
first place. Summerfield, and Dex
ter City both winning games last
week while Belle Valley played a
NOBLE COUNTY LEAGUE
W Opp Pts
2
2
1
2
1
0
0
Summerfield
Dexter City
Belle Valley
Harriettsville
Batesville----
Sarahsville
Forest Grove
This standing does not include the
games played Tuesday, December
17.
Summerfield 27—Harriettsville 18
The Golden Gophers of Summer
field continued undefeated in league
play last Firday night by repulsing
Harriettsville 27-18. Carpenter was
high man with nine points. The
game was played at Summerfield,
IROXY
“House of Hits”
WEDNESDAY THURSDAY
—Double Feature—
Primitive Emotions Loosed
By the Spell of Jungle Nights!
JANE WYATT
“STRANGE
CONQUEST”
------Second Feature-----
KANE RICHMOND
—In—
“DON’T GAMBLE
WITH
STRANGERS”
Both Features Shown After 8:25
FRIDAY SATURDAY
Matinee Saturday—2:00 P. M.
2 BIG HITS 2
LEO GORCEY
and
THE BOWERY
BOYS
HONTZ HALL
BOBBY JORDAN
BILLY BENEDICT
TULA LORING
------Second Feature-----
Magnificent in Magnacolor!
“HOME ON
THE RANGE”
—Starring—
MONTE HALE
ADRIAN BOOTH
BOB NOLAN
SONS OF THE PIONEERS
Also Chapter 11
“Zorro's Black Whip”
SUNDAY MONDAY
Matinee Sunday—2:00 P. M.
HER MASTER WAS LOVE.
HIS MISTRESS WAS MUSIC
A powerful love »tory
tcreened In the full
glory of Technicolorl
Frank Borages^ 1
VI ALWAYS JI
LOVED YOU Ji
IN TECHNICOLOR
PHILIP CATHERINE WILLIAM
DORN McLEOD CARTER
MME. MARIA OUSPENSKAYA
FELIX BRESSART FRITZ FELD
Directed by FRANK BORZAGE
A
1 REPUBLIC PICTURE
I
the Harriettsville reserves
12-11.
Summerfield
Ritterbeck
Leasure
Carpenter
Havener----
Warner
Horton
28
44
27
90
44
0
0
0
2
1
2
3
84
118
33
106
51
37
50
127
119
non-league game and therefore did
not alter their position in the race
for first place.
Summerfield defeated Harrietts
ville, 27-18, Dexter rolled over
Sarahsville, 70-27. The other league
game saw Batesville defeat Forest
Grove 38-16.
Summerfield
Harriettsville
5
._ 11
Totals
Harriettsvilel
Baker
C. Singer
Smithberger
Singer
Tewanger
Fliehman
Schafer
2
3
1
0
1
0
2
1
0
0
7
27
18
13
7
4
4
Official—Huntsman
TUESDAY
Our Big Night!
Gene and Schnozzle Romp
To Prairie Rhythm!
GENE AUTRY
JIMMY DURANTE
ANN MILLER
“MELODY
RANCH”
WEDNESDAY THURSDAY
DECEMBER 25-26
Of
Starring EDDIE
FAYE
with PHILIP
feated Forest Grove seconds 26-4.
Bajesville
Ankrom
D. Long
Hannahs----
Moore--------
winning Flood--------
|H. Carpenter
Totals
0
1
1
1
1
4
0
4
2
0
1
81 Forest Grove
11 Haga--------
91 Lawrence
51 Coyle
1 [McNabb
31 Foraker
271 Stewart----
~l Totals
21 Batesville
51Forest Grove
1
5
3
1
i
i
io
... 4
Totals
3
11
ALBERT
MARLOWE
Raymond WAIBURN William FRAWLEY
James MILLICAN Wallace FORD
Associate Producer I Director ALLAN DWAN
A REPUBLIC PICTURE
—Coming Soon—
OLIVIA DellAVILAND
LEW AYRES
—In—
“THE DARK MIRROR”
NOTICE OF
PUBLIC SALE
IN THE PROBATE COURT
OF NOBLE COUNTY. OHIO
ELI ROGERS,
Plaintiff
Said premises are appraised at One
thousand Dollars ($1,000 00) and must be
sold
said
sale
3
0
7
3
1
0
Harriettsville
Baker
Smithberger
Singer
Tewanger
I Fliehman
Schafer
Love----------
16
Batesville 38—Forest Grove
Forest Grove opened their home I
season last Friday evening by en
tertaining the Batesville Beavers
and went down in defeat 38-16.
Hannahs was high for the winners
with 18 points while Haga and Law
rence topped Forest Gorve’s scor
ing with five each. In the prelim-1 Forest Grove
inary, the Batesville reserves de-1 Coyle
Totals
-I
Lawrence
[McNabb
I
|Stewart
[Foraker
Totals
[Harriettsville
o
Cain---------
Totals
Caldwell ___.
Forest Grove
PATRICK
REED
SIR AUBREY
SMITH
A
A
A
A
JANE SECREST, Ct al. |A
Defendant. 12
In pursuance of the order of the Pro-12
bate Court of Noble County, I will of-12
fer for sale at public auction on the IA
4th day of January. 1947. at 10 o’clock|A
A. M., on the premises the following!#
described real estate situated in the|A
County of Guernsey, State of Ohio, and|A
in the township of Valley, to wit: Be-|A
ing a part of the South West Quarter! A
of the North West Quarter of Section! A
Nine (9) Township Eight (8) and Rangel
Nine (9) Beginning for the same at the I
North West Corner of Michael Lot
thence South along the line between said I
Michael Secrest and William H. Secrest,
ten rods (10) to the South line of said
William H. Secrest Lot thence West
along the said line thirty-four (34) feet
thence North (10) rods to the Public
Street thence East along South side of
said Public Street, thirty-four (34) feet
to the place of beginning, containing
Twenty and sixty hundredths (20.60)
square rods
for not less than two-thirds of 15
appraised value, and the terms of|2
are cash on confirmation thereof. S
ELI ROGERS. 2
Guardian of the estate|u
of Jane Secrest. I
22-23-24-25|2
ll
Notice of Appointment
Estate of John Fisher, Deceased. A
Notice is hereby given that Albert
Ritterbeck. of Summerfield, Ohio, Route A
1, has been duly appointed Executor of|A
the estate of John Fisher, deceased, late A
of Stock Township. Noble County. Ohio A
then I A
four IA
Creditors are required to file then A
claims with said fiduciary within four A
months or be forever barred. fl
Dated this 11th day of December, 1946.| fl
OTTO POLING.
Probate Judge of said County. |5
23 24 25 |2
Notice of Appointment I
Creditors are required to file their
claims with said fiduciary within four
months or be forever barred.
Dated this 11th day of December. 1946.
OTTO POUNG.
Probate Judge of said County.
23 24 25
2
2
4
0
0
2
21
14
10
1
1
2
2
0
1
0
0
5
1[
0
3
6
1
1
0
0
the
Christopher
11
McKee
Totals
Forest Grove
Harmon
Marquis___
Ramsey
.Wiley
fourth
I Notice of Appointment
01 Estate of Louise Ullman. Deceased.
t|
t|
3
1
0
2
1
7
7
1
2
2
2
14
6|
6
7
37
28
20
7 21
6 13
THE JOURNAL CALDWELL OHIO
Summerfield Defeats
TI Lower Salem, 46-31
81
21 game from the Lower Salem Card
18|inals last Tuesday night 46-31 with
Ritterbeck __
1
1
1
6
81
Horton_____
1
Leasure
1 Warner
16| Totals
381 Lower Salem
16|Dye _______
[Miller
19
8
24
13
9
5
Harriettsville 33—Forest Grove 17 Thomas
Harriettsville turned back Forest[ Close
Grove 33-17 in a game played at[Merrow
1 [Harriettsville last Tuesday night, as[schoeppner
is|the Elks presented a well-balanced[yoho ______
attack to win the game. In the pre-| Totals
liminary, Harriettsville reserves
fcated Forest Grove 32-10.
de-
I
0
2
0
3
1
2
3
41
11
21
35l 1
371
Al Notice is hereby given that Luna Ull
II man, of Harriettsville. Ohio, Route L|jtt?
$|has been duly appointed Administratrix
'"‘“of the estate of Louise Ullman, deceased, Tfeff
late of Elk Township, Noble County,
Ohio. ba,*
Creditors are required to file their
II claims with said fiduciary within four
months or be forever barred.
Dated this 9th day of December, 1946
OTTO POLING. |.^-
Probate Judge of said County
22 23 24 te*•|
THE
A
A
A
PRACTICAL
GIFT
A
A
A
A
a
GAIL
CHRISTMAS-
MEN’S
WORK SHOES
Pair—$3.45
A
A
A
s
MACKINAWS
1
4
MEN & BOYS
HOUSE
SLIPPERS
FOR
MEN & WOMEN
BOYS’
SWEATERS
GIRLS’
ANKLETS
RUBBER WEAR
—For Every Member
Of the Family!
OVERALL
JACKETS
MEN’S COVERT
SHIRTS and PANTS
Merry Xmas
61
for the winners. The game was
331 played at Summerfield, the
T|also winning 43-17.
-r[ Summerfield
51 Carpenter
12
14
5
9
6
46
0
0
1
1
0
2
6
7
2
4
3
22
0
2
1
1
1
1
0
5
4
8
3
3
3
2
3
1
1
6
0
13
0
31
13
I Belle Valley Loses
T|To Chandlersville
21
Barlock
IJ..
Barlock
3|Galayda
^1
Forest-------------
Caldwell Independents
Lose To Forest Grove
The Caldwell Independents were
edged out 37-35 in a close game at
Forest Grove last Friday night as
Johnny Watson parted the nets for
17 points. Harmon scored 13 for the
winners in a game which saw Cald
well leading to enter
quarter.
Caldwell
Watson
Eagleson
Jw. Radcliff
I|g.
Harbaugh
19
9
25
12
33I Mishlan
171 Totals
3
lead
in-
Belle Valley never held the
Tuesday evening, when they
8|vaded the Chandlersville home port
"land lost to the Muskingum county
31 team, 43 to 33.
Eck shared scoring
Mishlan and
81
11
honors for the two teams. In the
331 preliminary game. Chandlersville
TI
0
1
1
3
1
6
1
0
2
1
1
5
nosed out Belle Valley, 16 to
II was a non-league game.
2 Belle Valley
li. This
3
2
4
0
2
Totals___ ______ 17 9 43
Belle Valley ____ 10 16 27 33
Chandlersville ___ 13 20 31 43
Notice of Drawing Jurors
17|
Office of Commissioners of Jurors,
ql Noble County. Ohio.
I December 10, 1946.
41 To All Whom It May Concern:
z? I On Monday, the 23rd day of Decem
D| ber, 1946, at 10:00 o’clock A. M., at the
51 office of the Commissioners of Jurors of
licly drawn
the Common
3
1
0
0
1
5
I Noble County, Ohio, jurors will be pub
OJI Ur.iv Hrnwn for the January Term of
Pleas Court of said County
13l
5
as
TO ALL
OUR FRIENDS!
a
Estate of Harry H. Moseley, Deceased. IS
Notice is hereby given that George I
L. Moseley, of Dexter City, Ohio. has|JS
been duly appointed Administrator of I
the estate of Harry H. Moseley. de*|#
ceased, late of Dexter City, Noblel
County. Ohio.
S!
COLLARTS JIB
SHOESTORE
ON THE SQUARE'
K WALKENSHAW.
O BOND.
Commissioners of Jurors.
E.
23
._ 2
3
3
.. 3
16
Photo Developing—Gillespie’s
Im
O It
|J8J
BELTS WALLETS
Men’s Belts in a variety of
designs—$1.00 to $1.95.
Boys’ Belts—$1.00
Wallets for Men—
$1.50 to $4.50
GLOVES
Fur Lined at—$6.00.
Pig Skin and Capes—
$3.95 to $5.75
Wool—$2.25
Boys’ Gloves—$1.95 to $2.45
PAJAMAS
Boys’ Pajamas, in either
Broadcloth or Flannel—
Sorry, No Men’s Left.
$1.70 and $2.10
in
LEGAL NOTICE
In the pursuance of the order of the
Probate Court of Noble County, I will
offer for sale at public auction on
21st day of December, 1946. at 1
o’clock A. M.„ at the West Door of the
Court House, in Caldwell, Noble County.
Ohio, the following described real es
tate:
Summerfield took a non-league
Ritterbeck and Carpenter leading
21
reseves
the
10:00
TRACT
112
the attack with 14 and points
Situate in the Township of Brookfield,
County of Noble, and State of Ohio, to
wit: Being Fraction No. 12 in the south
east quarter of Section 33, Township 8.
of Range 10, as said Fraction is platted,
numbered and returned by the District
Assessor of real property for said
Brookfield Township for the year 1910.
containing 17.87 acres, more or less. Ex
cept the coal in and underlying said
Township 8, of Range 10, as said Frac
tion is platted, numbered and returned
by the District Assessor of real prop
erty for said Brookfield Township, for
the year 1910, containing 87.07 acres,
more or less. Excepting from the above
described Fraction No. 1, 30 acres, more
or less, off the north end of said Tract
heretofore conveyed by a deed of gen
eral warranty to L. Kuntz, by Ro
bert Miller and wife, and Paul Miller
and wife, and containing in all the
premises herein conveyed 74.94 acres,
more or less.
Also situate in the County of Noble,
State of Ohio, and in the district of
lands sold at Zanesville, Ohio, and
bounded and described as follows, to
wit: A part of the east half of the
southeast quarter of Section 33, Town
ship 8, of Range 10 beginning at the
southeast corner of said half-quarter,
thence west 13 chains and 37 links to a
post, thence north 7 chains and 47 links,
thence east 13 chains and 37 links to the
east line of said half-quarter section,
thence south 7 chains and 47 links to
the place of beginning containing ten
acres, more or less.
TRACT 2
Situate in Sharon Township. Noble
County. Ohio, and being sixty acres,
more or less, located in the northwest
quarter of Section 3, Township 7, of
Range 10. and commencing for the same
at the northwest corner of said quarter
section, thence running south on the
section line 18 rods to the center of
the Renrock Road, thence along the
center of said quarter section thence
north along the quarter section line to
the north line of said section at the
northwest
the north
beginning,
less.
northeast corner of said
quarter thence west along
section line to the place
containing 60 acres, more
7
4
6
6
2
1
1
3
4
10
33
11
11
Marshall ____ _______ 1 0 2
Peairs ______ _______ 1 0 2
Miller_______ _______ 6 2 14
Jones ________ _______ 3 2 8
Bauserman__ _______ 0 1 1
Eck _________ _______ 6 4 16
Chandlersvillein
of
or
TRACT 3
Brookfield,
of
of
and State
No. 8 in the
Situate in the Township
in the County of Noble
Ohio, and being Fraction
W',2 of the SEI* and Fraction No. 5 in
the E'a of the SW*/, of Section 34,
Township 8, of Range 10, except 7.83
acres conveyed by John Foster to Geo
Foster 1881 from Fraction No. 5. as
said fractions are platted, numbered and
returned by the Land Appraiser for the
year 1880. and which are platted, num
bered and returned by the Land Ap
praiser for said Brookfield Township
for the year 1910 as Fraction No. 3 in
the W‘,2 of the SE1/, and Fraction No.
2 in the E’i of the SW1, of Section 34.
Township 8. of Range 10, and containing
135 acres, more or less.
Said premises are appraised at: Tract
1, $2,125.00 Tract 2. $900 00 Tract 3,
$1,680.00, and must be sold for not less
than two-thirds of said appraised value,
and the terms of sale are cash on con
firmation thereof.
PAUL MILLER.
Administrator of the Estate of
C. D. James, Deceased.
L. C. Young, Attorney.
every con
Priced to
$1.50 $1.95
Gorgeous Ties
ceivable pattern.
suit all—50c $1.00
20 21 22 23
LEGAL NOTICE
Sealed bids will be received by the
Board of Trustees of Public Affairs,
Caldwell, Ohio, at the office of the
Village Clerk in City Hall until 4:00
o'clock P. M., December 30, 1946.
For the purpose of furnishing one (1)
one ton and one-half (Hi) cab and
chassis, long wheel base (160 inches
approximately), tire size 750-20-8 ply
front, 750-20-10 ply dual rear. Dual
wheels on rear, over-load springs, frame
reinforcements, heavy duty
front axile. booster brakes .heavy du
radiation, low gear ratio, and oil bain
air cleaner. oioht and basketball gan
all bids.
A. ROGERS. President.
D. BUCKEY, Vice President
The right is reserved to reject any
and
W J. KIMNACH
Board of Trustees
of Public Affairs.
23
21 22!
Notice of Appointment
Estate of Allen Moore, Deceased
Notice is hereby given that Earl Moore
and Athel Moore, of Zanesville. Ohio,
and Caldwell. Ohio, have been duly ap
pointed Executors of the estate of Allen
Moore, deceased, late of Center Town
ship. Noble County, Ohio.
creditors are required to file their
claims with said fiduciary within four
mn-ths or be forever barred.
Dated this 26th day of November,
1946
OTTO POLING.
Probate Judge of said County.
21 22 23
fs7 lot OF LITTLE THING*
CHRISTMAS IS A LOT OF LITTLE THINGS—
M.
game changed
The Caldwell McConnelsviUe
Th will be played here
evening, Dec. 19,
on Thursday
rather than 1
With line construction body (light ar rrk„red:iv
power) construction. tool
Body features—Derrick tunnel,
holder (for carrying hand 11
saws, and braces), bit holde jng
pockets, through boxes (for earnig
cross cut saws), sliding windo
ventilating louver ln ..froFlt. ,pan^"~teriai
tvpe door locks. adjustable material
bins, platform extension, Pro.
v ‘slon
skid board, supports for rear
safetv eves, twelve (12) swlYell ,p
material hooks. w*r,.e ’"?c*c,vrea£„t5n Dike
sliding steel roof, ladder hracketf,
pole brackets with safety .®yaJds’ hber
floor, ventilated and insulated rubber
goods box. hot line tool coTpa
rain coat compartment, der,’1nnd lower
down clamps, upper extended and low er
sheave bar fittings, sheave bar, sneave
wheel, sheave bar support brack
winch line safety hook, pole jacK cai
rier, snatch block eye bolt. Pint’^,J?00,
sliding window in cab, dome hg
body, spot light, flag holders, w inch
(15.000 pound capacity ?mgle drum
controls', winch line, winch line
winch seat, quick hook. Pole dein
(complete with center leg assembly,
foot poles), paint utility body same
CaEach bid must contain full name
every person or company mtercsiea
the same and be accompanied Y
bond or certified check on a sc’
bank in the sum of One Hundred Dollar
($100 00) made payable to the Treasurer
of the Village of Caldwell, to the satis
faction of said Board of Trustees oi
Public Affairs of said Village, as a guar
anty that, if the bid is accepted, a con
tract will be entered into and its per
formance properly secured.
Has opened an office for the practice of
OPTOMETRY
Graduate of Northern Illinois College of Optometry
Three years of “eye work in United States Army
Post-graduate courses at Columbia University,
New York City, and Great Lakes Educational
Congress, Chicage. Illinois.
41 South 4th Street
Don’t forget those little things---- Give Him the fun of open
ing lots of packages this year. Suggestions such as Collar
and Tie Jewelry Sets, Comb and Brush Sets, Scarfs, Hose or
Shirts and Shorts. We have nice Leather Coats, Wool jackets
Wool Plaid Sport Shirts and a variety of Sweaters. A Wool
Flannel Robe and Slippers would be nice. How about
Topcoat or a good Raincoat. Some would like work
and every man could use a pair of Jarman Shoes’
FOR THAT BOY—Why not a Hugger Cap with
Tabs a Reindeer Sweater or a Sport Shirt,
have Finger Tip Coats or Zipper Jackets Raincoats
with Hats to match and Dress or Work Shoes
James & Quick
CALDWELL,
Friday evening, Dec.
originally scheduled. This
was due to the vacation
20. as
change
plans of the Twin Cities high school.
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TO EACH OF YOU
FROM EACH OF US.
Guernsey Memorials
Fred Lagraen, Manager
Simon Ruby
Edward Ruby
Walter Myers
DR. J. S. ('OVERT
Zanesville
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