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Local And County Schools To Be Represented At Conference The teacher salary problem will receive paramount attention at the annual three-day conference of the Ohio Education Association in Col umbus, Dec. 26-28. James M. Turn er, OEA president, announced that more than 550 delegates will repre sent the state’s 39,000 school teach ers and administrators at the yearly meeting. Byron S|een, commercial instruc tor in the Caldwell schools, has been named delegate from this district. Miss Mayme Sealock, grade school teacher, is the alternate. For the Noble county school sys tem, Wallace Blake, superintendent of the Dexter City schools, is the delegate. Wayne Mallett, teacher in the Fulda schools, is the alternate. H. C. Secrest, superintendent of the county schools, also plans to attend. “Because teacher salaries have failed to keep pace with salaries in all other fields, Ohio faces the most serious educational problem in its history, said Turner, who is super intendent of schools at McConnels- ville. “Unless we can keep good teachers from leaving the profession, and make it an attractive career for college graduates, more than one million Ohio children will be de prived of an adequate education.” The initial meeting of the dele gates will get underway at 7:30 p. m. on Thursday, Dec. 26. Dr. Henry H. Hill, president of George Peabody College, Nashville, Tenn., will address the Ohio Super intendents Association Friday at a luncheon. The second day will be devoted to meetings of the depart ments and groups until 3:30 p. m., when the second Representative Assembly will be held. "North America and the Atomic Age” will be the topic of an address before the classroom teachers group by Paul Redding, Director of the Canadian Office of Information, Ottawa. Dr. Allen A. Stockdale, New York City, of the National Association of Manufacturers, will speak Friday evening before the county superin- THE BOARD OF PUBLIC AFFAIRS CALDWELL, OHIO WISHES YOU ALL A MERRY CHRISTMAS AND A HAPPY NEW YEAR! December electric bills will Im? mailed only to the business places! A. ROGERS, President. C. Personal Greetings D. BUCKEY, Vice President. R. J. KIMNACH W. \IOW AT CHRISTMAS, out of every home, to every home, greetings go forth. The spirit of God-on-earth reaches its highest peak and greatest influence. We give and receive open-heartedly, we rejoice anew at the “tidings of great joy that shall be to all of us”. We see again in the heavens the star that flamed over Bethlehem we hear again the angel choir that sang, “Glory to God in the highest, and on earth peace to men of good will” we again see this star out shine all the other stars. And then, as after the first Christmas, the star fades the Christmas tree ornaments are put away the carols die from the air, and we return to our accustomed practices. Probably this star will never again appear in the heavens the age of that kind of miracle seems past. But it must shine again in the heart and spirit of each man, woman, to be fulfilled. The and child, if the promise of the first Christmas is generosity, the good will, the peafe on earth that simple, but they are enough. WE SINCERELY WISH A Merry Christmas To Everyone! J. W. EVILSIZER AND EMPLOYEES Dwight Wiley Charles Evilsizer Vera Long tendents. Exempted village superintendents will hear Dr. Clyde Hissong, Ohio director of education, Friday morn ing at 8 o’clock. Dr .Walter A. Zaugg of Bowling Green State University will speak before elementary prin cipals at a session Friday at 1 p. m. Four sessions of the Representa tive Assembly will be held. The first, Thursday night, will include nomination of officers, a report of the Educational Council, and sub mission of proposals for legislative action. Supt. Earl Tarleton Attends O.E.A. Meeting Olive Green, (Delayed) Supt. Earl Tarleton of Forest Grove high school, attended the O. E. A. con rence held at McConnelsville last Wednesday evening. The meeting was attended by superintendents in the neighboring counties. Game Scheduled Batesville will play Forest Grove Friday evening, Dec. 13. The game will be played on Forest Grove’s floor. Tonsils Removed Miss Jeane Long, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Long, had her ton sils removed Friday of last week at the Bethesda hospital, Zanesville. Perosnals Earl Wiley, Ohio State university, spent Thanksgiving vacation his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Wiley. county Miss Grove with her aunt and uncle, Mr. Mrs. John Garvin, Sharon. ip. with R. B. Noble Hill attended the stock sale Friday. Mary Barnhouse of Ridge, spent Tuesday night and Paul Forest Sunday callers last Sunday at Forest Bellville home were the lat ter’s sister and husband, Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Wilson, of Cumberland. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Greiner, of Canal Winchester, and Eugene and Bernadine Beach of Zanesville were Thanksgiving Day guests of Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Wiley. Miss Mary Pickenpaugh was call ing on Mr. and Mrs. Paul Miller of Hoskinsville. Mr. Miller’s mother is confined to the home with illness. Miss Carol Bellville spent Tuesday night with her friend, Miss Marian Jennings, of Sharon. Hilltop Service Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Bates Sarahsville (Route), Ohio Christmas sings are THE JOURNAL CALDWELL OH16 Belle Valley— Warren Olivers Are Honored With Shower Belle Valley, (Delayed) Mrs. Leo J. Mazgay and Miss Martha Barlock entertained with a miscell aneous shower Sunday, Dec. 1, in honor of Mr. and Mrs. Warren Oli ver. The evening was spent informally and refreshments were served. The young couple received many useful and beautiful gifts. Those present were: Mr. and Mrs. George Barlock, Mrs. John Wuke lich, Frank Boyd, Carl Pakes, Ju liap Myrick, Mr. and Mrs. Thur man Simth, Jr., Mrs. Mary Mesar chik, Alfred Mesarchik, Mrs. Nellie Matheny, Mrs. Susie Zeleznik, Mrs. Emma Lesko, Mrs. Mike Malenda, Mr. and Mrs. Edward Mazgay and daughter, Shirley, Mrs. Steve Var hola, Mrs. Martin Paphmeyer, Con nie Sklenar, Mary Sabonas, James and Daniel Barlock, Leo Mazgay, and co-hostesses, Miss Martha Bar lock and Mrs. Leo Mazgay. Those who sent gifts but were un able to attend were: Mrs. Finley, Mr. and Mrs. John Sklenar, Sr., Mr. and Mrs. John Sklenar, Jr., Miss Martha Sklenar, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Caldwell, Albert Wukelich, and Mrs. John Sabonas. Recovering From Operation Miss Martha Barlock of Akron is spending a two weeks vacation at the home of her parents here, Mr. and Mrs. George Barlock. While on vacation Miss Barlock had her ton sils removed at the Good Samaritan hospital, Zanesville. After her vaca tion she will return to Akron where she is employed as a bookkeeper for the B. J. Goodrich company. Personals Mrs. Edward Mazga/ left for Akron to spend a week with her husband who is employed there. Mr. and Mrs. John Wukelich and Mr. Albert Wukelich spent the past weekend with their uncle, Andrew Barlow, of Peoples, Ohio. Alfred Mesarchik of Massillon spent the weekend with his mother, Mrs. Mary Mesarchik. Here And There Here and There, Dec. 18—Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Wilson, Mrs. Wilma Laf ferre and Mrs. Dorcas Keller shopping in Marietta, recently. Mr. and Mrs. Marietta called at the and Mrs. Jim Ullman ning. were have Staf- Mr. and Mrs. Walter King moved into their property at ford. Mr. and Mrs. Homer Sutton and daughter of Columbus spent their Thanksgiving vacation at the home of her mother, Mr. and Mrs. Harley Anderson of Stafford. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Miller and fam ily of Jerusalem have moved to their property at Stafford. of Watt Ullman home of Tuesday eve- Mr. going on at Revival meeting is the Stafford Methodist church for two weeks. Mr. and Mrs. Harry McConnell were visiting friends in Dexter City one evening last week. Keller and baby of a couple weeks vis in Canton. of Canton and Mr. Mrs. Dorcas Stafford spent iting relatives Junior Day and Mrs. Harry Day of Columbus spent the weekend at the home of their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Sher idan Day of Stafford. Mr. and Mrs. John Johnson of Lebanon spent Tuesday night and Wednesday with Mr. and Mrs. Joe Coffey. Mrs. Ida Robbins spent one day last week with her parents, Albert Mallet of Woodsfield. Junior Robbins spent Tuesday night with Frankie Ullman. Mr. and Mrs. John A. Robinson and daughter, Mary Ann. and Mrs. W. P. Gardner were shopping Zanesville Wednesday. Personals .V v 9 y i I i Sf W in of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph McKee, McArthur, spent the weekend with Sheriff and Mrs. Clayton McKee. Lloyd Retzer, of Brilliant, Mr. and Mrs. James Bell and children, of Steubenville, spent the weekend at the home of Nettie Tilton, Main street. Mrs. Harold Ball, of Canton, is visiting- at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Archer, Mill street. Mrs. Raymond Rummer, of Cald well. day. visited in Cambridge, Satur- and Mrs. Donald Harkins recent dinner guests at the of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Mr. were home Earl Ward, of Woodsfield. Mr. and Mrs. George Walken shaw, of Marietta, visited over the weekend at the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. K. Walkenshaw. Don McElfresh, of Cambridge, visited his cousin, Mrs. Kenneth y s* V w We wish you a Merry Christinas and extend to you our best wishes for a Happy and Prosperous New Year z 3 Reed Insurance Agency" I. O. O. F. Building Caldwell, Ohio ell, Ohio Harper, of Caldwell, recently. William Wiedner, student at Bow ling Green college, is spending the holidays with his mother, Mrs. W. V. Archer and family on West street. Mrs. Martha Murrey, Mrs. Dick Schafer, Mrs. Elizabeth Archer, Mrs. Alta Haines and Mrs. M. E. Murrey were Zanesville visitors Tuesday. Mrs. Kenneth Harper, of Cald well, received word that Mr. and Mrs. Donald Bush, of Marietta, are the parents of a daughter. Mrs. Bush is the former Eunice Prine. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Hesson, of near Lowell, Mr. and Mrs. Russell Allen, of Reinersville, Mr. and Mrs. Will iam McKee and family, of Crooked Tree, spent Saturday night with Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Rummer. D. C. Strickrath has returned to his home in Dayton, after a visit with his cousins, Mr. and Mrs. L. H. Stickrath. Mr. and Mrs. William Hay and Dr. Viola Startzman, of Cleveland, were weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Startzman. Mrs. Mabel Cain, Mrs. Pauline Murrey, Georgia Merry, Miss Mabel Woodruff, and Dr. John Russell, of Cleveland, were weekend guests at the Cain home on Main street. Photo Developing—Gillespie’s TRUSTEES HAVE AUTHORITY During the past week Attorney General Hugh S. Jenkins held that township trustees have authority to purchase short wave radio equip ment for the purpose of transmit ing fire calls to the homes of vol unteer firemen. Jenkins pointed out that the law gives authority to township trustees to purchase fire apparatus, appli ances and materials as appear to the trustees to be advisable. The opinion was requested by William G. Wickens, Prosecuting At torney of Lorain county. STUDENTS ARRIVING Caldwell and Noble county dents from various colleges are ar riving home this weekend to spend the holiday season with relatives. In most cases, the new quarter will begin January 5. CARD OF THANKS We wish to express our sincere our for and and and thanks and appreciation to many friends and neighbors their kindness, floral offerings words of sympathy at the death burial of our dear mother grandmother, Eulalie Hesson. especially thank the ministers, Rev. David A. Doan and Rev. Linley Ad dis for their words of comfort, the singers and the Gardner funeral home for their efficient service. 3 3 I 3 3 3 i 3 3 3 1 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 1 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 We MR. AND MRS. JOHN MORRIS 23c AND FAMILY you, to LEGION MEETING Regular meeting of the Amerfwftv Legion, Noble Post No. 252 was held* Wednesday evening. Commander James Leonard had charge of the business session. John Parks is the adjutant. TO YOU Our FRIENDS And CUSTOMERS King & Hutchins Caldwell, Ohio SAYS LOCAL MAN:— stu- REMOVED TO HOME Mrs. Gertrude Wehr was removed to her home on Cumberland street Monday morning from Bethesda hospital, Zanesville. Mrs. Wehr is improving rapidly from a major operation.. AND ALL “TORTURES OF LIVER AND GALL BLADDER TROUBLE RELIEVED” Declares BUCK GROOT is just what he needed because in a short time he feels much better all over.” discoveries are BUCK-GROOT, local men and using BUCK- Many remarkable reported by taking recoveries said by women who after GROOT have experienced its aston ishing benefit. It has become their favorite medicine to relieve head aches, dizziness, coated tongue, in digestion and many similar distress ing symptons when caused by con stipation or need of a diuretic to the kidneys. For instance: One man said, "I think just about every organ in my body was out of order. For the last five or six years I had been troubled terribly with liver, gall trouble and constip ation and felt awful most of the time. I was constipated so badly that I had to take a laxative every night. My nerves were in a jumpy condi tion and I suffered from many mis- the err Lest THE BEST WISHES FOR THE NEW YEAR We want each of you to know that we of The Cozier Container Corporation appreciate everything that you have for us, resulting in a very successful start in the year 1946. It will be our aim that the progress in the coming year will prove beneficial to the county as a whole. THE COZIER CONTAINER CORPORATION CALDWELL DIVISION J. K. COZIER—President Thursday, December 19, 1946 ............ FEED SPECIALS FARMERS—FOR— WAYNE EGG MASH-----$4.80 In Print Bags ECONOMY EGG MASH $4.30 HOG SUPPLEMENT $5.40 26% SUPPLEMENT 32% DAIRY $5.35 $4.80 20% DAIRY $1.25 16% DAIRY $4.00 (All Wayne Feed 10c Per 100 Lbs. Less When Called SHELLED CORN—Bu. SOYBEAN MEAL For) $2.00 $5.50 $3.25 BRAN ________________ $3.25 $1.15 MIDDLINGS OATS_________________ SUNSHINE FEED STORE Virgil Moore, Manager —Phone 124— CALDWELL, OHIO erable headaches. I was bothered very badly with dizzy spells, bad breath, biliousness, coated tongue and spots before my eyes. My I endured digestion, fluttering, shortness of breath. appetite was very poor, much distress from in gas on stomach, heart cramps, acid risings and My legs would swell and AND YOU! were A pain in back with boils and much grief. I rundown and always full of pain, of my neck along pimples was in wornout caused me a general condition. taking BUCK-GROOT for After honestly that the I know what I merely a few weeks, I can say that it does everything makers claim it will do. BUCK-GROOT is just needed because in this short time I feel better all over. I am going to continue taking BUCK-GROOT as I have much confidence in it.” If there is any doubt in your mind about what BUCK-GROOT will do come in and talk to the druggist. BUCK-GROOT is sold at Ralston’s Drug Store, Caldwell, Ohio.