Thursday, December 19, 1946
County Organizes New VFW
Ladies Auxiliary To Post No. 4721
Mrs. Richard F. Haines was
named president of the newly or
ganized Ladies Auxiliary to Noble
Post No. 4721, Veterans of Foreign
Wars, at their initial
Thursday evening in
on West street.
the VFW hall
trict president of the VFW auxiliar
ies, was the installing officer. Other
newly elected officers who were
also installed included: senior vice
president, Norma Carter Junior
vice, Corinne Warner treasurer,
Lula McDonald guard, Emma Mc
Donald chaplain, Cleo Hutchins
conductress, Dorothy Kuntz trus
tees, Amy Rucker, three years, Ruth
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Bauer two years and Louise Ditch,
one year secretary, Ruth Bauer
color bearers, Marjorie Hayes, Amy
Ruckty, Ada Ackley and Gussie
The need for a ladies auxiliary to
the local VFW post has been felt
here for sometime. During the busi
ness meeting, the ladies voted to
meet the second and fourth Monday
nights of each month.
Presentation of the charter to the
newly organized unit will be made
at a later date.
A number of guests from the
Zanesville auxiliary attended the
meeting, Thursday evening. They
included: Iva Singleton, president of
the Zanesville unit, Flossie Ward,
secretary, Marie Neff, Bessie Mc
Cloe, Lura Vaughn, Myrtle Forshey,
Carrie Powell, Joy Powell, Dorothy
Powell, Flora Finley, Blanche Bo
nisfield, Myrtle Johnstone and
Miss Anna Horvath, also of Bell
aire, accompanied the installing of
ficer, Virginia Anderson, to Cald
It was estimated that over 30 wo
men attended this meeting. Attor
ney Leo E. Carter is commander of
the Noble county VFW post.
WITH HAPPY THOUGHTS
Many, many thanks for
your good will and patron
age. We sincerely hope to have the op
portunity of serving you during the com
ing year and to this end we pledge to do
our utmost to please you.
YOUR LOCAL M.-K. STORE
Clem Estadt, Manager
We sincerely offer you our cordial good wishes for a
MERRY CHRISTMAS and of this time take the oppor
tunity of thanking you for your consideration and
patronage and friendship.
During the onepming year all our resources and in
genuity and efforts will be incorporated in our efforts
to serve you better and more efficiently.
SEMON’S DRY CLEANING
If your clothes are not becoming to you
they should be coming to us.
Society For Crippled
Chi’dren Planned Here
An organization meeting has been
called for Thursday evening, Dec.
19, beginning at 7:30 o’clock, for the
purpose of organizing a Society for
Crippled Children in Noble county.
The meeting will be held in the
Caldwell high school building.
Noble county is one of the few in
the state which does not sponsor
such a worthwhile organization.
In recent years, much legislation
has been enacted by the state to
aid in caring for crippled children.
This term has also been broadened
to include practically all types of
At the meeting Thursday, a state
speaker will be present to address
the group, motion pictures will be
shown and a local society organized.
Representative leaders in the com
munity have been invited to
In “Operation Duck”
Clayton L.. Mincks, seaman,
class, USN, son of Mr. and Mrs. Roy
Mincks of Harriettsville, has partic
ipated in “Operation Duck’’, the
joint army and navy amphibious
training exercises held on the South
ern coast of California,
ing aboard the landing
ship, USS Bellerphon.
Mincks, who entered
January 4, 1946, was
twenty thousand army, navy,
marine personnel engage in
operation, which also included
planes and 60 ships.
He attended Reinersville high
school before entering the navy.
Banquet Well Attended
Sponsored by the Caldwell Boos-
ter club, over 150 attended the sec
ond annual athletic banquet, honor
ing the members of the Caldwell
high school football team, Thurs
day evening at the Methodist
A course turkey dinner was served
by ladies of the church and the pro
gram was in charge of L. E. Potts,
president of the organization.
Principal speaker of the evening
was Leonard Barnum, head coach at
Marietta college. Coach Gerald
Ramsey, coach of the Caldwell high
school, also gave a short talk and
presented the winners of letters for
football during the past season.
Vincent Daniels of Byesville high
lighted the evening’s program with
his impromptu entertainment.
fO» COUGHS out TO COLDS
THE JOURNAL CALDWELL OHIO
Miss Cynthia Morris—Librarian
“Dusty Spring” by Elizabeth Sei
fert, “Janey Jeems” by Bernice
Kelly Harris, ‘The White Dress” by
Mignon Eberhart, “The Cinnamon
Mured” by Frances Crane, ‘Surprise
Engagement” by Bertha Ruck,
“Shod With Flame” by Helen Top
ping Miller, and “Christopher’s
Wife” by Renee Shann, are new
books that have been added recent
ly. “Pocohontas” by Ipgrie and Ed
gar Parin d’Aulaire, a book for chil
dren, has been added recently, too.
Books were exchanged this week
at Harriettsville high school and
grades, and Sarahsville high school
and grades. They will be exchanged
at Dexter City high and grades
Recent donations include maga
zines given by Mrs. Clifford Webber,
Mrs. Ora Knight, Harry Knox, John
Hodge, Phyllis Tilton, Helen Young,
and Nelle Startzman book
tions were made by Mrs.
Kirkbride, Mrs. Willis Hupp,
Oliver and Phyllis Tilton.
En Route To Pacific
William Richcreek, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Harry G. Richcreek, left Tues
day, Dec. 17, from Cleveland for
Camp Stoneman, Calif., where he
will await shipment overseas to the
Richcreek visited with relatives in
Caldwell the past week before leav
ing for the coast. His father, Lt.
Col. Harry G. Richcreek is stationed
at Fort Dix, New Jersey.
Jerry Weekley, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Willard Weekley, Caldwell, has
been transfered from Fort Dix to
Monmouth, New Jersey. He plans to
enjoy a Christmas furlough with
Fred Cox, grandson of Mrs.
Maggie Archer, North street, has
been transfered from Camp Polk,
La., to Fort Sam Houston, Texas.
Jurors Will Be Drawn
For January Term
The Noble county commissioners
of jurors will meet Monday morn
ing at the office of Clerk of Courts
George L. Thompson for the purpose
of drawing jurors for the January
term of Common Pleas court.
E. O. Bond and J. K. Walkenshaw
are members of the commission.
Judge L. B. Frazier will preside at
Both Grand and petit jurors will
be drawn at this meeting, which be
gins at 10 o’clock.
Only two games are scheduled in
the Noble county basketball league
this week, both on Friday, Dec. 20.
Summerfield will go to Forest Grove
and Harriettsville appears at Bates
Friday evening, Dec. 27, Summer
field will journey to St. Mary’s for
a non league game.
AH other teams will lay off due
to the holiday season.
HELD TO GRAND JURY
Elmer Monk, 45, Buffalo, charged
with grand larceny in the theft of
$30 in cash and a $25 watch from
James Dailey, 70, near Old Wash
ington, pleaded guilty when ar
raigned Saturday before Justice of
the Peace William E. Bean and was
bound over to the Grand Jury under
$1,000 bond. In default he was com
mitted to the county jail at Cam
The theft is said to have occurred
Thursday night, after the two men
had made a rounds of the taverns.
RECEIVES HIGHEST AWARD
At an open meeting in the Quaker
City Christian church, Sunday eve
ning, Mac Hughes, Kennon Hunts
man and David Joe Pierce were
presented the Eagle Award in Scout
ing. This is the highest award in
scouting. Robert Ashbaugh, assist
ant scout executive of the Huro
quois Council, made the presenta
in time for
A Lovely Gift!
Strike Now Closed
Library hours are from 10:00
4:30 Monday through Saturday and
from 6:30 to 8:00 on Saturday eve
nings. The Library will be closed,
Wednesday, December 25, Christ
Three Senecaville men and
Lore City resident, indicted collect
ively by the October grand jury in
Guernsey county on charges of
threatening Wayland W. Oliver,
Senecaville school superintendent
and a former resident of Caldwell,
were fined $25 and costs each in
Common Pleas court by Judge How
ard E. Faught
Orville and Roy Tipton and Oscar
Stobart of Senecaville and Oran
Tipton of Lore City pleaded guilty
to the charges which were the out
growth of a pupil strike at the Sen
ecaville school early in October.
Judge Faught suspended the fines
and assessed costs against the de
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