Thursday, December 19 1946
S. 0. Highman
Junior Class Plans
Sarahsville, Dec. 18—The Junior
class of the Sarahsville high school
will present a play Friday evening,
December 19, at 7:30 p. m. Every
body is welcome
FARM BUREAU MUTUAL AUTOMOBILE
In just a very few words we
wont to send a sincere message
of good will to our customers
and friends at Christmastime.
You are deserving of all the
The funeral of
was held at the
last Friday evening.
Friends and relatives received
word last Saturday of the death of
Ray Stottsberry of Akron. He is a
twin brother of Ray Stottsberry of
Sarahsville route. Mr. Stottsberry
was formerly of this place, and
taught school in Akron.
S. O. Highman and son have a
nice supply of toys anl merchandise
for Christmas in his store.
Mrs. Margaret Cunningham and
son, Urban, were callers at Cam
bridge last Wednesday.
Mrs. Dode Kirkbride called on
Mrs. Nora Forshey last Monday.
Mrs. Emma Nichelson, over on the
pinnacle, called on Ocie Leasure
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BELLE VALLEY, OHIO
one day last week.
The Ohio Fuel Gas Co., has
doing some fixing on the gas
up by the Moore farm.
Mr. and Mrs. Ray Bettinger
shoppers in Cambridge last Thurs
There are a lot of sick people
around the community.
Mr. and Mrs. Leo Kirkbride and
Mrs. Fannie Kirkbride were callers
in Caldwell last Wednesday.
Ray Bettinger and Walter Johnson
went up north after a load of corn
The school children here will get
a two weeks vacation during the
Dr. Reed of Caldwell called at
the home of Dean Stottsberry last
Roger Cunningham, Canton, spent
the weekend here with his wife and
Olive Green, Dec. 18 Misses
Carol Belleville and Evealeana
Armstrong spent Tuesday night
with their friend, Marian Jennings,
Sharon. They also attended the For
est Grove-Harriettsville basketball
Mrs. Herbert Ramsey and Annette
Archibald were visitors the past
week at Forest Grove. Mrs. Ramsey
is the former Jean Mendenhall.
They are both ‘46 graduates.
Word has been received that Mr.
and Mrs. Lawrence Moreland, Mar
ian, Indiana, are announcing the
birth of a daughter, named Marjorie
Mae. Mrs. Irvil Armstrong is an
aunt of the new arrival.
Miss Marian Jennings, of Sharon,
spent Friday night with Carol Bell
Mr. and Mrs. Carlos Reed, near
Renrock, Bill and Margaret Walters
were calling one night last week at
the home of Mr. and Mrs. Glenn
Miss Evealeana Armstrong has re
ceived word that her friend, Betty
Collins, has completed a beautician
course in Zanesville. Miss Collins is
the youngest daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Harry Collins, Forest Grove
Ridge. She is a 1946 graduate of
Forest Grove high school.
Miss Nellie Anderson spent the
good things we can wish for
you and it is our sincere hope
that the New Year will be one
of innumerable blessings for
you and those about you.
the home of her sister,
Williams and family,
Mrs. Irvil Armstrong
were in Caldwell on business, Tues
day of last week.
Mr. and Mrs. Tom Johns, Cleve
land, spent the past weekend visit
ing her mother, Mrs. E. L. Stephens
and other friends here.
Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Stephens were
in Columbus on business, Monday.
Mr. and Mrs. Wire Fowler, Mr.
and Mrs. T. M. Marshall were in
Richard Horton of Bethesda called
on Mrs. Inez Franklin Sunday eve
Mrs. C. H. Meek, Mrs. Ina Bates
and Mrs. Emma Craig were busi
ness visitors in Cambridge one day
the past week.
THE JOURNAL CALDWELL OHIO
Dexter City Schools Will
Stage Christmas Program
Dexter City, Dec. 18—The pupils
of the Dexter City school will pre
sent a Christmas program Friday at
11 a. m. in the high school auditor
Mrs. Elmira Webber returned to
her home with Mr. and Mrs. Cromer
Webber of Canton Saturday. Mr.
and Mrs. Edmund Webber of Mari
etta spent Saturday evening with his
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Travis, Cleve
land ,and Glenna Mullin of Mari
etta spent the weekend with
Clayton Stringer and son,
have moved to Beverly.
Stringer, who is ill is spending
time with her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
P. R. Blake, till she is able to go to
her new home.
Mr. and Mrs. Howard Devol have
moved to the home of her parents,
Mr. and Mrs. Guy Brown at Cald
well. Mr. Devol will enter college
Iva, Manford and Eldon Young of
Canton spent the weekend with
their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Guy
Young of Crooked Tree.
The strip mine at Crooked Tree
BETTER YOUR HOME
BETTER YOUR LIVING
has been working steady since they
have installed new machinery.
Paul Warren has purchased the
former Hesson property on New
The Davis Bros, are running their
saw mill near the old station.
Walnut Ridge, Dec. 18—Mr. and
Mrs. Hidge King were callers at
O. O. Horton’s Wednesday night.
Mrs. Mose Horton at
Martha Moore sale Sat-
of Canton spent a few
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days at Otis
Mr .and Mrs. O. O.
daughter, Irene, were
Jimmy Horton spent Sunday
afternoon with George Horton.
Mr. and Mrs. William Horton
were callers at Caldwell Monday.
Mr. and Mrs. Rome Dimmerling
and Mr. and Mrs. Otis Martin were
visitors at O. O. Horton’s Tuesday
Mr. and Mrs. M. I. Horton were
business callers at Caldwell
Several of the folks on the
attended the basketball games at
Summerfield, Tuesday night and
Thoughtfulness plays a great part
in the selection of a gift for that
dear friend or casual acquaintance.
The discriminating Santa leans to
practicality in Noel selections. We
forecast kind thoughts to that kind
missus or sir who giv's home
furnishings. The kind of furnish
ings you’ll find in our gay Yuletide
Where, by the score,
you’ll find ideas ga
lore! Tables, desks,
sofas and chairs
for tenfold joy thru
out the year!
Caldwell Furniture Store
PHONE 90 Between Postoffice and Sunshine Feed Store CALDWELL, OHIO
Samson Card Tables
5-Pc. Card Table Sets
With a complete understanding of
your problems the past year, and the
line manner in which you have met
them, we extend Greetings of the
Season. Your Christmas will be a
merry one if our wish comes true and
we hope it will.
U. S. Route 21
One Mile South of Caldwell
Automatic Electric Irons
Chenille Bed Spreads
6-Way Floor Lamps..
Heavy Bases—Silk Shades.
No red tape. It makes
purchases so much
easier. Do speak to
us about this conven
ient, trouble-free pay
From Sofas to Tables Gifts for
Lasting Joy and Satisfaction
Occasional Chairs of Unusual Beauty $15.95
Coffee Tables Modern and Period from $9.95
Lovely End Tables start from $3.95
Living Room Suites Modern and Period
3-Pc. Bedroom Suites from----------------- $89.00
Period Suites in Wide Range of Styles $189.00
Framed Pictures Upward from $2.95
Throw Rugs in Colorful Patterns $5.95
Sewing Cabinets with Accessories $24.95
Commodes in Many Styles only $24.95
Handsome Lounge Chairs from----------- $39.50
Table Lamps in
Exquisite Boudoir Chairs only
Chair Side Table
Beautiful Mirrors choose from
Wide Choice of Cedar Chests
All Styles $8.95
CHROME BREAKFAST SETS
Table and 5 Chairs
SMART. MODERN DESIGN
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