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We extend our wishes
for a delightful Yule-
tide Season and a suc-
cessfui New Year.
SHAFER INSURANCE AGENCY
CALDWELL, OHIO
WE EXTEND TO YOU
OUR
Cordial Christmas
GREETINGS
AND BEST WISHES
FOR THE NEW YEAR
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Summerfield, Dec. 11 New of
ficers for the Summerfield Eastern
Star Chapter were installed Wed
nesday evening in the new Masonic
Temple. Mary Weaver wds the in
stalling officer and Mary Bircher,
the installing marshall.
Mrs. Gladys Philpot is the new
Worthy Matron, succeeding Flor
ence Wharton in this capacity. Other
P. officers installed were: Genevieve
Philpot, associate matron George
Philpot, worthy patron Sam Reed,
associate patron Florence Wharton,
secretary Florence Smith, treas
urer Bertha Osborne, conductress
Charlotte Williams, associate con
ductress Emma Meek, chaplain
“Ada” Lois Reed,
“Esther”
‘Martha” Martha
Emma
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Mary Weaver,
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Hughes, “Electa” Eva Craig, warder
and Ross Watson, sentinel.
Following the installation, the
chapter members were entertained
at the West restaurant.
Grange Program
The Grange Christmas program
will be presented Saturday eve
ning, Dec. 21. A playlet is being
planned as the highlight of the pro
gram, as well as a gift exchange.
Members are requested to bring
sandwiches.
Dinner Guests
Mr. and Mrs. Bud Hanes enter
tained with a duck dinner recently
in honor of Pvt. Gene Hanes, who
left Saturday for Camp Stoneman,
Calif., where he will await orders
for duty overseas. Guests included
Mr. and Mrs. Zedar Hanes, Mr. and
Mrs. Bud Hanes, children .Bill, Mar
garet, David, Richard and the hon
ored guests. Young Hanes took his
basic training at Fort Dix, N. J.
Chicken Dinner
Mrs. Ida Hartshorn entertained
Mr. and Mrs. John Holschuh, Staf
ford, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Bode, Mr.,
and Mrs. Ernest Bode, Sunday eve
ning, with a course chicken dinner.
Holiday Dinner
Mr. and Mrs. James Palmer en
tertained Sunday with a holiday
dinner. Guests were Mr. and Mrs.
Leonard Powelson, Coshocton, Mr.
and Mrs. Dan Warren and son. Jim
mie, Dexter City, Mrs. Harry
Sondles and daughter, Rebecca, and
the host and hostess.
Mrs Sondles and daughter left
Wedesday for Washington, where
she will join her husband.
Fractures Arm
Mrs. Jennie Danford fell at
home of her father in Whigville
fractured her wrist.
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Entertains Team
Coach Ward Bishop entertained
about fifty basketball team mem
bers Friday evening at the West
restaurant, following the Harrietts
ville Summerfield game.
Personals
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and Mrs. T. M. Marshall were in
Zanesville on business Wednesday.
Mrs. Florence Smith and Ina
Bates were in Caldwell on busi
ness, Saturday.
Sam Rossiter visited his mother,
Mrs. Millie Rossiter, last week.
Mr. and Mrs. William Bond, and
family of Shenandoah Trail visited
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ross Wat
son, Sunday and attended the mus
ical program at the Methodist
church.
Mr. and Mrs. William Warner and
Joseph Warner, Columbus, visited
their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Homer
Warner the weekend.
Mr. and Mrs. George Philpot, Rev.
Marie Tschappat visited recently
with Mrs. Daisy Philpot, patient in
the Marietta Memorial hospital.
Business visitors to Barnesville
Saturday were Ruth Day, Mary Nel
son, Daisy Brubacher, Dossie Fisher,
Grace Brubacher, Beulah Day and
son, Emily Havenor, Mr. and Mrs.
E. L. Stephens, and Mrs. Grace Tay
lor.
Whigville
Whigville, Dec. 18—Mr. and Mrs.
Pearley Snyder, Kermit Sutherland,
of Newark, Mrs. Grover Fryeman,
Mrs. Harry Barr, Lester Martin, of
Ashland spent Sunday with Mrs. J.
M. Martin. Mrs. Martin, who has
been seriously ill, is improved at
this time.
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Danford of
Lewisville route spent Sunday after
noon with his aunt, Mrs. Nettie
Martin.
Mrs. George Wickham of Mt.
Ephraim is spending a few days at
the home of her son, William and
family.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Bates, Mr. and
Mrs. Virgil Watson and Mrs. Gould
Ward attended the funeral of Tom
Harding at Kennonsburg, Wednes
day.
Mrs. Kenneth Guiler was shop
ping at Cambridge Thursday.
Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Smith of Sum
merfield spent Tuesday with her
mother, Mrs. John Gulick.
Ezra VanDyne spent Sunday eve
ning with Mr. and Mrs. George
Berry.
Myra Berry spent the weekend
with Mr. and Mrs. Harry VanDyne
of Summerfield.
Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Watson were
at Cambridge Friday.
Keithtown
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Keithtown, Dec. 18—Mr. and Mrs.
Jim Courtney of Canton spent the
weekend at the home of her par
ents, Mr. and Mrs .Elmer Mitchell.
Wilbur Hale and son. Charles, of
Columbus, were weekend visitors at
the home of his parents, Mr. and
Mrs. B. E. Hale.
Reva Swank of Columbus spent
the weekend with her parents, Mr.
and Mrs. John Swank and family.
Maxine Waller of Zanesville spent
the weekend at her home here.
Lucille Henthorn visited recently
at the home of William McMannis
and family.
of the Yuletide Season!
HUTCHESON & BLAKE
Plumbing & Heating
CALDWELL, OHIO
CHRI Sim RS
No doubt you always en
joy a swell Christmas but
this year we’re hoping
you will experience the
merriest of them all. May
it be a season of genuine
happiness and content-
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SUNSHINE FEED STORE
Virgil Moore—Manager
CALDWELL OHIO
visited Sunday
Burkhart home.
Charles Burkhart
Nora Hughes
afternoon at the
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at the home of his parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Leo Burkhart.
A week of revival meetings came
to a close Sunday night at the M. E.
church at this place. Rev. Grossman
has been conducting the services.
Rev. Grossman and family were
Sunday dinner guests recently at
the home of Mr. and Mrs. B. E.
Hale.
Mrs. Harley Teeters is employed
at Carl Ogle’s road side stand at
Dexter City for the present time.
Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Hughes and
family visited Sunday with his par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. F. C. Hughes
Here And There
Here and There, Dec. 18—Gerald
Poling spent Wednesday night at
the home of his playmate, James
Clark.
Robert Young visited with rela
tives near Sarahsville Saturday eve
ning.
Christmas shoppers in Caldwell
Saturday included Charles Sullivan,
Bertha Lahue, Marie Poling, Mr.
and Mrs. Roy Vandyne.
Mrs. Bill Oliver and Mrs. Ernest
Weekly were Christmas shoppers in
Caldwell Saturday.
Callers at the home of Mr. and
Mrs. R. A. Poling this week were
Jim Warner and son, George, Ver
non Sorg and
Fannie Dye.
Harry Sutherland called at the
home of Otto Bunting Saturday.
Several folks from Sarahsville at
tended the sale of Martha Moore
near Perryopolis.
Ruth Poling had the misfortune of
losing her black bill fold. It con
tained several small pictures and
the address of her brother, Ray
mond Poling, who is a private
class in the army, and is now
tioned at New York.
CLASSES ENJOY
CHRISTMAS PARTY
The ladies Bible class of the First
Methodist Sunday school invited the
Friendly class to participate in their
Christmas party and potluck dinner
which was held at the Church Tues
day evening at 6:30 o’clock. Follow
ing the dinner Mrs. Bertha Ullman
opened the meeting with the follow
ing program: Mrs. Mary B. Okey
gave the devotionals and a reading,
“The Christmas Story” Mrs. Mary J.
Merry, gave a talk on her travels
in the East Mrs. Emma Tipton, two
musical readings Mrs. Mary B.
Okey, reading, A “Strange Story”
Miss Effie Warren, reading, “At
Christinas” from Edgar A. Guest
Mrs. Columbia Shriver, reading, “A
Christmas Wish” Howard Shafer,
talk. Christmas music was enjoyed
throughout the program.
Mrs. Ivy Guiler will be president
of the class for the coming year.
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Christmas is just around the
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old Christmas spirit and remember
your dear ones with gifts from the
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OFFICERS
A. L. Schafer
DIRECTORS
D. L. Gander
A. M. Secrest
EMPLOYEES
Thelma Hupp
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THE FASHION SHOP
CALDWELL. OHIO
CHAS. W. HAWKINS STORE
CALDWELL,
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THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK
CALDWELL, OHIO
H. F. Thompson
Byron Schafer
Donna Lee Smith
Thursday, December 19, 1946
Every member of this organiza
tion joins in extending you heartiest
Christmas greetings. May you
meet the Yuletide with thoughts of
happiness and may we all continue
to have faith in our fellowman.
And from this complete under
standing of those about us may we
gain confidence and courage with
which to meet the problems of the
New Year.
The things you have wished for,
and which are deservedly yours,
may they come to you in abund
ance.
W. Morgareidge
D. L. Harkins H.
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