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Thursday, December 19, 1946
AMAZON CHAPTER HONORS
MRS. OPAL BRUM BACH
One of the delightful social events
of the season was the dinner and
reception, Wednesday evening, pre
sented by members of Amazon
Chapter, No. 30, O. E. S., for Mrs.
Opal Brumbach, who is serving as
Grand Marshall this year in the
Grand Lodge.
An unusual array of talent ap
peared on the program with Miss
Lena Alter the master of ceremonies
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in her usual clever manner,
program was highlighted by a duet
rendition of an original song, com
posed by Mrs. Paul McVay espec
ially for Mrs. Brumbach. Linda Sue
McVay and Charlene Harris did the
vocal honors.
com-
Each member of this or
ganization is very grateful
this Christmas and we all
join together in sending
our very best wishes to
you in recognition cf the
many courtesies extended
this firm in the past.
Convenient Budget i
Payments!
SENECAVILLE M. Y
ENTERTAINED RECENTLY
The Methodist Youth Fellowship
of Mt. Ephraim, entertained the
Youth Fellowship of Senecaville,
Monday evening, at the school house
with the following present: Carl
olendening, Robert Lashley,
Raymond Singleton, Bill Barlow,
June Harper, Mary Lou Marquis,
Gertrude, Myrl, and Myrtle Hard
ing, Wanda Auddle, Loretta Cala
han, Dorothy Hall, Dorothy Will
iams ,of Senecaville, William and
David Rich, Ruth and Wilma Mend
enhall, Twila and Patsy Miley, Syl
via Powell, Janet Williams, Sarah
Finley, Mary Evelyn Archer, Mild
red Miley, Gene Graham, Myron
Law, Rev. Floyd Gaugler, and Her
bert Thomnson of Mt. Enhraim.
AY THE JOY A \CE
REMAIN WITH YOU THROUGHOUT
THE DAYS OF THE NEW YEAR
MILDRED’S BEAUTY SHOP
CALDWELL, OHIO
THE CALDWELL PRODUCE
CALDWELL,
A LITTLE BIRD JUST TOLD
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She wants a
Table for
Christmas!
For she knows that
tables help make a
home! They take a
room arrangement and
“tie it” together. No!
There’s
has too
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Christmas gifts! See our
large collection!
Lovely Period
Lamp Table-----$17.95
Pedestal. Style
Drum-Top Table
Caldwell Furniture Store
Between Postoffice and Sunshine Feed Store
410 SPRUCE STREET—CALDWELL, OHIO
—PHONE 90—
MISS LEANNA SMITH
CELEBRATES BIRTHDAY
Mrs. Ross Smith entertained with
a party Saturday evening in honor
of her daughter, Leanna’s eighteenth
birthday, at their home on Wills
creek valley. Games and cards were
enjoyed and refreshments were
served by the hostess assisted by her
daughter-in-law, Mrs. Arlene Smith.
Those present were: Max Bates, Ev
elyn Bates, Kermit Leach, Edith
Leach, Phyllis Leach, Bob Havener,
Vernon Moore, Warren Smith. Jun
ior Love, Evelyn Sorg, Frieda Sorg,
Meredith Bates, Dick Leach, Mabel
Horton, Betty Stevens, Elaine Arch
er, Brady Archer, Edith McVicker,
Vivian McVicker, Dorothy McKee,
Ivan Brill, Mildred Day, Pvt. Gene
Hanes, Ronald Bates, Denver Moore,
Junior Moore, Mr. and Mrs. Don
ald Smith and daughters, Joan and
Sandra, Junior, Walter, and Calvin
Smith, the honored guest, Leanna
Smith, and the host and hostess, Mr.
and Mrs. Ross Smith.
Miss Smith received many useful
and beautiful gifts.
JUST-A-MERE BRIDGE CLUB
MEETS AT THOMPSON HOME
Mrs. Worl Thompson of East
street, was hostess to members and
guests of the Just-A-Mere Bridge
club last Friday evening. Mrs.
Charles Scherr was awarded the
club prize and Mrs. T. M.
mann the guest prize.
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Refreshments were served
following: Misses Inez and
Clark, Mrs. Charles Schcrr,
Glen Taylor, Mrs. Herschel Jordan,
Mrs. L. E. Potts, Mrs. Clarence
tadt, Mrs. Harvey Guiler, and
hostess, Mrs. Worl Thompson.
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MRS. WEEKLEY HOSTESS
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Mrs. Gilbret Weekley of South
Cumberland was hostess to mem
bers of the Young Woman’s Mis
sionary society Tuesday evening at
7:30 o’clock. A covered dish dinner
was enjoyed followed by the annual
Christmas gift evchange.
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SUNDAY SCHOOL CLASS
MEETS AT HARPER HOME
The Cora Leland Sunday school
class of the First Presbyterian
church met at the home of Mrs. W.
C. Harper with Mrs. Dewey Sanford
as co-hostess, for their annual Xmas
party and gift exchange .Mrs. Anna
Tilton, president, had charge of the
devotionals using for her theme,
The Christmas Story. A Christmas
poem was read by Mrs. Harper.
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Following the business session of
ficers for the coming year were
elected as follows: president, Mrs.
Lucille Fowler vice president, Mrs.
W. C. Harper secretary-treasurer,
Mrs. Bird Caldwell and press re
porter, Mrs. Fred Anderson.
Refreshments were served to fif
teen members and two guests, Mrs.
George Wilson and Mrs. Byron Mar
quis.
DEXTER CITY LEGION
AUXILIARY MEETS
Twenty-two members of the Dex
ter City American Legion Auxil
iary, No. 418, enjoyed their annual
Christmas party Friday evening,
Dec. 13. During the social hour, re
freshments were served and a gift
exchange enjoyed, Mrs. Guy Lewis
of Macksburg serving as Santa. Bev
erly Jean Robinson and Vivian
Louise Longfellow sang a vocal duet
with Mrs. Grace Hutcheson at the
piano. The meeting was concluded
with the singing of Christmas carols.
DINNER AT MERRITT HOME
Mr. and Mrs. Alva Merritt en
tertained with a turkey and duck
dinner Thanksgiving day at their
home in Caldwell. Those present
were: Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Farson
of Dexter City route, Mr. and Mrs.
Charles Hall and children Charles,
Juanita, and Jerry of Canton, Mrs.
Rosamond Landaker and children,
Reba, Delores, and Erlene, Mr.
Springer, and the host and hostess.
Afternoon callers were Mr. and
Mrs. W. T. Farson of Cuyahoga
Falls and Mr. and Mrs. F. R. Davis
and children, Jimmy and Eileen of
Columbus.
Come in and see our assortment of
Canned Fruits and Christmas Candy!
W. J. KIMNACH & SON
CALDWELL, OHIO
If w* hove our way, old
Santa will have a lack full
of everything nice you may
have wished for and a few
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HESSON BROS. GARAGE
BERNE, OHIO
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Announcing Opening
OF
SHELTON’S INN
Located On State Route 78—
Four Miles West of Summerfield
Stock Township, Noble County
Wednesday, Dec. 18
WE SERVE
BEER WINE LUNCHES
Owners
Bob Weisend and J. M. Shelton
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W. S. C. S. MEETS
Circle No. 2 of the W. S. C. S.
held their regular meeting at the
home of Mrs. Richard Hanes on
Fairground road A potluck supper
and gift exchange was enjoyed by
the following: Mrs. Dale Ackley,
Mrs. A. R. Beyers, Mrs. Paul Clark,
Mrs. Clyde Harris, Misses Louise
and Inez Clark, Mrs. Harry Rich
creek, Miss Thelma Rice, Mrs. Mary
Morgareidge, Mrs. Dewey Sanford,
Miss Mayme Sealock, Mrs. Paul Sef
fens, Miss Ethel Pryor, Mrs. Frank
Tarleton, Mrs. Marvin P. Wood, Mrs.
R. D. Buckey, Mrs. Gerald Ramsey,
and Miss Pearl Newton.
hTe following office
named for
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Dale Ackley secretary,
Buckey treasurer, Miss
sunshine treasurer,
Beyers.
Mrs. R. D.
Louise Clark,
Mrs. A. R.
•CHICKEN
Mr. and
tertained the following guests with
a chicken dinner Sunday: Mr. and
DINNER
Mrs. Amos Franklin en-
Mrs. Irvil Conner and son, Dick, Mr.
and Mrs. Dwight Johnson, and son,
Russell. Other callers in the after
noon were Mr .and Mrs O. M. Ash
craft and daughter, Patty, of Zanes
ville.
IN REMEMBRANCE
Last rites were held in Cumber
land Presbyterian church. Wednes
day, 10:30 a. m. for Richard D.
Bond, age 21, whose untimely pass
ing has deeply saddened the entire
community. Officiating minister,
Rev. R. D. Wingert, voiced a mem
orable eulogy and tribute to the
life of this admirable lad, and mili
tary ceremonies were conducted by
twelve local ex-servicemen and
“buddies” of the deceased in World
War II. Pallbearer were also local
young men.
Supt. Evcrit C. Rogers and Frank
Shuster represented the American
Legion of World War 1 while Wil
liam Jansen acted as commanding
officer.
Flag bearer was Reuben Walters,
honor guards were: Everett Smith.
Harold Ghrist, John Collins. Merl
Moore, David Squire, James Keyes,
Charles Bailey, Hubert Tayler, and
John Hamilton.
Pallbearers were: Robert Allison,
Howard Hamilton, Sam Bay, Ken
neth Gee, Ralph Bay, and Edward
Wood.
"Sacred are the memories,
As time, passes in review
And life’s dull hours refresh like
flowers
Each time we think of you.”
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Delicious Heart—
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Vacuum Packed
Lb........ 43c
CAKE
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Head Lettuce
Crisp and Tender
Cello Wrapped
Ige. heads—23c
Mixed Nuts
Lb.—53c
Spring Lamb
and Veal
—For Your
Christmas Dinner!
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Anderson andlner guests Sunday at the home of
children of Cambridge, were din-’ Mr. and Mrs. Fred Anderson.
groceries
Heinz CATSUP
14-oz. Bottle .. 25c
Brimful CATSUP
14-oz. Bottle .. 23c
HEINZ.
57 SAUCE
Bottle
23c
FRESH
OYSTERS
Extra
Standards
PINT
67c
(’. E. KIRCHNER COMPANY
lltime of Philco Products
& Electrical Appliances
516 NORTH STREET CALDWELL, OHIO
OW, as we pause to
observe another
Yuletide Season, we are remem
bering our host of friends and
wishing for them, and their fam
ilies, a Christmas that is brim
full of joy and peace and happi
ness and a New Year of_ pros
perity.
B. B. WHEELER FUNERAL HOME
Phone 24
CALDWELL.
Fresh, Tender
LEAF
LETTUCE
Lb.—12c
FOODS1"
GROCERIES
VEGETABLES
MEATS
FR05TED FOODS
CALDWELL OHIO
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TINGS
OHIO
shopping for
Head for MARQUIS’ when you’re
Christmas Meals. We’re set to help you make all
Holiday meals—A MEAL TO
Christmas baskets here.
your
your
your
REMEMBER Fill
Delicious
GRAPES
Lb.—18c
Sweet Potatoes
3 Lb.—29c
Whole
Smoked Callies
Lb.—48c
Fresh, -an
HAMBURG
Lb.—39c
CHEESE
Velveeta CHEESE
1-lb. Pkg.........29c
Pimento CHEESE
5-oz
Glass 23c
PLANTERS
COCKTAIL
PEANUTS
Vacuum Packed
8-oz. CANS
25c
FRUIT CAKE
Chuck Fuil cf
Fruits and Nuts
2-Lb. CAKE
$1.59

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