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Prolate Court
Summons r_„...ed and filed in
the land sale of Thomas T. Hague,
administrator of Floyd Hannum
vs. Mary Hannum, et. al.
Affidavit of mailing notices
lifter probate of will of Minnie
Dientsbach, deceased, filed.
Application and entry filed in
the guardianship of Pearl Reed,
et. al.
Petition to mortgage real estate
filed in the land sale of Ralph
Miller, guardian of Alex Miller
vs. his ward, et. al. For hearing
Feb. 2 1953 at 10:00 a. m.
Bond approved and filed in the
guardianship of John Collins.
Letters of guardianship issued to
Lula Miars.
Notice of hearing returned and
filed in the land sale of Ralph
Miller, administrator of Alex
Miller vs. his ward, et. al. Waiver
of notice filed.
Sixth and final account of
Vivian L. Willey, guardian of
Jewell C. Longfellow, filed. For
hearing March 9, 1953, at 10:00
a. m.
Charles K. and Anna Noll to
Union Carbide and Carbon Corp.,
Jefferson township, 36.18 acres.
Robert E. and Rosie Lillian
Leasure to Lela B. Chandler,
Town of Jacksonville, lots 1 and
Lela Haines and E. C. Kevser,
et. al. to Leo F. and Mary A.
Saling. Olive township, 8 acres.
Mabel Larrick to Lewis F.
La rrick, Brookl'ield township,
1G2 acres.
W. H. and Emeretta Ankrom
to George W. Ankrom, District
of Marietta. 80 acres.
Robert A. and Ruth M. Win
berg to George and Simone
Womack, 180.07 acres.
Theodore R. Glick, et. al. to E.
G. Ditch, village of Caldwell,
tract 77.
W. E. Rowlands, deceased, to
Earl S. Rowlands, et. al., Enoch
township, affidavit for transfer.
Iva E. Rowlands and Charles
E. Sloan to Union Carbide and
Carbon Corp., Enoch township,
74.5 acres.
Anna Louise and Robert G.
Frye to Union Carbide and Car
bon Corp., Enoch township, 74.5
Earl S. and Helen J. Rowlands
to Union Carbide and Carbon
Corp., Enoch township, 74.5 acres
Telephone Company
Has New Director
Fri'dci I. E. Jour- of Colum
bus, has b«.*t.*n fleeted a member
of the Board of Directors of Gen
eral Telephone Company of Ohio,
according to an announcement
made today b.v Mr. Clare E. Wil
liams, company president.
Mr. Jones is president of the
Buckeye Union Casualty Com
pany, with home offices in Co
lumbus. Born in Jackson, Mr.
Jones graduated from the Hill
school and Williams College. He
has been president of the Buck
eye Union Insurance Companies
since 1930 in addition, he is
president of the Jackson Iron &
Steel Company located at Jack
son, and a Director of the Ohio
State Life Insurance Company of
Columbus. In civic life, Mr. Jones
has given generously of his tiim
as a member of the Board of
Trustees of Mt. Carmel hospital.
General Telephone Company of
Ohio, serving more than 91,000
telephones in Ohio, with head
quarters at Marion, is an integral
part of the growing General
Telephone System, largest In
dependent (non-Bell) telephone
operating organization.
The company maintains a dis
trict office in Caldwell on the
second floor of the Farmers &
Merchants Bank building, in
charge of Mrs. Charles Rice.
Technical Schools
Are Now Available
M/Sgt. Gallic Moore, in charge
of the iocal U. S. Army and U. S
Air Force Recruiting Station
Ohio National Guard Armory
Marietta, announced today that
the following technical schools
are available for the enlistment
of young men in Noble county
between the ages of 17 and 35
years of age, who are qualified
for the following positions:
Armored Radio Maintenance
and Clerical Procedures and typ
ing, Fort Knox, Ky. Artillery
Radio Maintenance, Artillery
Sound and Flash, Artillery Sur
veying, Camp Chaffee, Ark. Con
struetion Surveying for enlisted
men, Fort Leonard Wood, Mo.
Crytography, Camp Gordon, Ga.
Heavy AAA Fire Control System
Repair Heavy AAA Director Re
pair, Aberdeen Proving Grounds
Md. Infantry Radio Mainten
anee, Fort Benning, Ga.
Sheriff Don Conaway reports
that lour prisoners were con
lined to the Noble county jail
during the month of January
Three of the men were jailed foi
disturbing of the peace and one
ftr reckless driving. There were
20 meals served to the prisoners
while in jail.
Andrew Hritz of Ava, was
removed on Saturday in the Mc
Vay ambulance to Cambridge
State hospital/
Ohio Timber Operators Recognized
Auto Plates Go On
Sale Monday, Mar. 2
Mr. and Mrs. Ben Davis and
children, Kath.v and Gary, Mrs.
William Semon and daughter,
Denise, visited his parents, Mr.
and Mrs. Elmer Davis of Massil
lon over the weekend.
Willard Bates and sons, Vance
and Sammy and Kenneth Cooper
enjoyed a sightseeing tour Sat
urday through Cclina and Day
Mrs. Roscoe Crum and son
William, were Sunday visitors al
Clarence McAuleys.
Andy Schwa llie of Canton,
spent tlje weekend with Mr. and
Mrs. Bernard Crum and daugh
ter, Shirley.
Doris Loop and Eleanor Rohrig
were shoppers in Parkersburg on
Mr. and Mrs. Garold Loop and
daughter, Janice, hgve been ill
the past week with the flu.
Eleanor Rohrig spent Monday
night, at the home of Doris Loop.
Mrs. Clara Saling, Cpl. Herman
Saling, Rita Ritterbeek and Clem
Saling were. visiting Mr. and
Mrs. Bernard Saling on Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Glen Morrison, of
Zanesville, were Sunday after
noon and evening visitors at the
homes of Mr. and Mrs. Gerald
Miller and family and Mr. and
Mrs. Alex Miller of Caldwell
Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Miller
and Miss Mary Kuhn attended
the wedding of Ethel Mae Seerest
and Charles Norman on Sunday
in Pleasant City.
Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Rossiter
and Tommy and Robert' spent
Sunday with Mack Johnson and
Mr. and Mrs. Victor Bonar and
Ruth Johnson were shopping in
Marietta on Saturday.
Mrs. Edna Crum and Mrs. Car
los Archer visited Carlos Archer,
who is a patient at Mt. Carmel
hospital, Columbus, on Sunday.
Mr. Arcjier underwent another
major operation on Friday.
Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Wilson and
children, Wanda Kay and Stan
ley of Cambridge, spent Sunday
with Carletta Morrison.
Stella Frakes of Caldwell,
spent one day with friends here.
Woody Foreman and family
spent Sunday afternoon with his
mother and Riley Foreman. Mr.
and Mrs. John Foreman and
daughter spent Saturday after
noon with his mother, Mrs. Nancy
Foreman and Riley Foreman.
Quite a few children here are
confined with the mumps and
quite a few people are ill with
the flu.
N. S. Croy, of Marietta, (right) chairman of the Timber in«
dustry committee and member of the board of trustees, Ohio For
estry Association, Inc., receives his copy of the forest policy placard
from Robert R. Paton, forester for the association. Their annual,
meeting was held last week in Columbus. The southeastern Ohio
association's goal for 1953 is increased membership and "putting
into the woods", forest practices to assure the industry of continu
ous supplies of timber for the future.
Mr. Ci*oy .is well known in Noble county. He is a brother of
Mrs. Clark Gray, Main street, and Ray Croy, of near Cumberland.
iwuiily iooloi Aslt* will
have two license plates in 1954
with white numbers on a maroon
Highway Director Samuel O.
Linzell said this year's motorists
will get only one license plate
when tags go on sale, Monday,
March 2.
They will be yellow numbers
and letters on a dark green back
Frank Estadt will again serve
as registrar for Caldwell with
Mrs. Hazel Starr serving in this
capacity for the Belle Valley
The tags will go on sale March
2nd, since the first day falls on
Requests for a special number
should be!,made this month.
OLIVE Mr. and Mrs. Gay
Pitts and children, Norma Jean,
Carolyn and Gay, Jr., were shop
ping in Cambridge on Saturday
I. A. Pitts and Virgil Pitts visit
ed Mr. and Mrs. Gay Pitts on
Saturday afternoon.
The Second Birth and
The Second Death
Jesus told Nieodemus he must
be born again if he would enter
the kingdom of God. Since we
are all born in sin, a new and
spiritual rebirth is necessary to
fit us for a heavenly kingdom
God made provision for this new
birth at Calvary. The Holy Spirit
doing the work was given at
Pentacost. We all have the glori
ous privilege of receiving this
new nature and being restored
to the image of God. The choice
is ours. The conditions are re
pentance and faith in Christ. God
considers this change so impor
tant that he records the names
of the twice-born in a Book of
Life. At the judgment day this
book will be opened and the
names read before an assembled
universe. They will enter into
life eternal. But what of those
whose names are not found writ
ten therein? "And whosoever was
not found written in the book of
life was east into Hie lake of
fire." This is called the second
Reader, you ought to be eon
cerned. These are serious words.
What is your choice the second
birth or the second death. We are
told that the following words are
vvriten on a tombstone in Spain:
he who is born only once will
die twice, but he who is born
twice will die but once: the only
way to avoid the second death
is to experience the second birth.
John Grimes.
UCC Corpora!!®!?
Declares Dividend
The Board of Directors of
Union Carbide and Carbon Cor
poration has today declared a
cash dividend of fifty cents (50c)
per share on the outstanding
capital stock of the Corporation
payable March 2, 1953 to stock
holders of record February 6,
The last quarterly dividend
was fifty cents (50c) per sharr
paid December 1, 1952. A special
dividend of fifty cents (50c) a
shade was declared October 28,
1952, payable December 1, 1952.
CLTML.LilLA.\D Cumberland
Grange will meet on Monday
evening at 8:00 o'clock in the
I.O.O.F. hall. Refreshments will
be served by Mr. and Mrs. Her
man Martin, George Martin, Mr.
and Mrs. Ed Engle, Audrey
Engle, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Reven
baugh, Mrs. Lucille West, Louine
West and Curtis Barnett.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Young
spent the weekend in Cleveland
attending a convention sponsored
by the Purina Feed Co.
Mr. and Mis. Harry Conn, Jr.
of Elyria, visited his parents over
the weekend Mr. and Mrs. Harry
Conn. On Sunday dinner guests
were Mr. and Mrs. Harry Ellis
and George Conn.
Brady Archer and
son of near Summerfield, will
attend the annual Hereford sale
and banquet, Friday and Satur
day, at Washington, C. H.
Mrs. Harry Semon was re
moved to the Marietta Memorial
hospital last Friday in the Mc
Vav ambulance. She has been ill
with the flu.
Lawrence Elliott was removed
from the home of his son, C. 9
Elliott, Maple Heights, to the
Bethesda hospital, Zanesville last
Friday in the McVay ambulance
Koad Fork
H. Hein, Pastor
Sunday school, 9:30 a. m.
Wednesday, Feb. 14, 7:30 p. m.
Hible Study. Subject "Daniel II."
New Harmony Baptist
H. Hein, Pastor.
Sunday school, 9:30 a. m.
Worship service, 10:30 a. m.
The Ministry of the Saints."
Young peoples meeting, 6:30
Evening service, 7:30. "Exposi
on of the Book of Revelation"
Thursday, 7:30 p. m. Com
lunity Bible class in the Pastor's
ome. Subject "The Dispensa
Good Hope Baptist Church
H. Hein, Pastor
Preaching 3:00 p. m.
ivfacksburff Dexter City Charge
Walter H. Brown. Minister
Macksburg Church school
9:30 a. m. Mrs. Ina Bates, Supt.
Preaching service, 10:30 a. m.
Dexter City Church schopi
10:00 a. m. Mrs. Mary Smith
Worship, 7:30 p. mt
You are cordially invited to
attend these services. The Sr.
MYF will share in the Dexter
City service in observance of
Youth Sunday.
First Church of Christ
Ira J. Brandon, Minister
Bible school, 9:30 a. ip.
Communion and preaching, at
10:30 a. m. Subject "My Duty to
Christian endeavor, 6:30 p. m.
Evening worship, 7:30 p. m.
Subject "Russellism."
Wednesday. 7:30 p. mid
week service.
Caldwell First Baptist Church
Roy Wikander, Pastor
Sunday school, 9:30 a. m.
Worship service, 10:30 a. m.
Subject "Paul's Saluation to the
Young peoples services, 6:30 p.
Evening service, 7:30. Subject
Born of a Virgin."
Wednesday, 7.30 p. m. Midweek
Beaver BapUst Church
Roy Wikander, Pastor
Sunday school, 10:00 a. m.
Archervs Ridge Church
John Grimes, Pastor
Sunday school, 9:30 a. m.
Worship service, 10:30 a. m.
Prayer meeting, Thursday at
8:00 p. m.
Mt. Tabor Methodist Church
Sunday school, 10:00 a. m.
First Methodist Churdk
Floyd Gaugler, Pastor
Sunday school, S.2G a. m.
Worship service, 10:30 a. m.
Evening worship, 7:30.
Wednesday evening, 7:30, mid
week service.
Caldwell Free Methodist Church
A. J. Staats, Minister
Sunday school, 9:30 a. m.
Worship service, 10:30 a. m.
Evening worship, 7:30.
Prayer meeting every Thurs
day at 7:30 p. m.
Caldwell First Presbyterian
L. E. Pritchard, Pastor
Sunday school, 9:30 a. m.
Worship service, 10:30 a. m.
Westminster fellowship, 6:30
p. m.
Evening worship, 7:30 p. m.
Midweek service, Wednesday,
7:30 p. m.
Sarahsville Free Methodist
Albeit F. Randolph, Pastor
Pleaching, 9:30 a, m.
Sunday school, 10:30 a. m.
Howard Guiler, Supt.
Midweek service, Thursday,
7:30 p. rn.
Summerfield Tree MethodM
Albert F. Randolph, Pastor
Sunday school, 9:iU) a. m.
Oleta Triplett, Supt.
Class meeting, 10:30 a. m.
Leader, Frank Greer.
Preaching, 7:30 p. m.
Midweek service, Wednesday,
7:30 p. m.
Summerfield Methodist Chnreh
Charles Brown, Pastor
Sunday school. 10:00 a. m.
Classes with competent teachers
Morning worship, 11:00 a.
Special music.
MYF at 6:30 p. m.
Evening worship, 7:30.
IVhiffville Methodst Church
Charles Brown, Pastor
Worship service, 9:30 a. m.
Sunday school, 10:30 a. m.
South Olive Free Methodist
John Grimes, Pastor
Sunday school, 2:00 p. m.
Ava Free Methodist Church
ft. L. Bowen, Pastor
Sunday school, 9:30 a. m.
Worship service. 10:30 a. m.
Evangelistic service every
Sunday at 7:30 p. m.
Prayer meeting, Thursday
evening at 7:30.
Sharon Methodist Church
Linley Addis, Pastor
Worship service, 7:30 p. m.
Caldwell St. Philomena Church
Rev. S. J. Pekalla, Pastor
Sunday masses at 7:00 and 9:00
a. m.
Confessions every Saturday at
1:30 and 7:00 p. m.
Belle Valley Corpus Christ!
Rev. S. J. Pekalla, Pastor
Sunday mass at 10:30 a. m.
2:00 p. m.
Berniee Cram
SiibiLiiiy Vo«!r.c£day
Mrs. Bernice Crum, 53. post
mistress at Berne for a number
of years, died suddenly Wednes
day morning at noon, a few min
utes after she had been admitted
to Marietta Memorial nospital.
She was the wife of Arthur
Mrs. Crum was stricken Wed
nesday morning at 10:30 a. m.,
while attending a civil action in
Common Pleas court, Caldwell.
She was removed in the Me
Vay ambulance to the hospit.i!
and placed in an oxygen tent
Her death occurred only a feu
minutes later.
Mrs. Crum was widely known
in the Berne community ami
Stock township.
Surviving are her husban
You are invited.
Arthur and three daughters, Mrs.
Betty Kohut, of Berne Mrs. Vir
ginia Watson, of Summerfield
route and Mrs. Margaret Warner,
of the Berne community and one
son, Clyde Crum of Summerfield
route. Several brother and sisters
also survive.
Funeral services are inconi
Forest Moore
Forest Moore, 83, well known
Noble county farmer, died at his
home on Belford street, Tuesday
morning. He had been ill for some
He was the son of Lemuel and
Arrissa Kirkbride Moore.
He is survived by his wife,
Nellie Matheney Moore and a
number of nieces and nephews.
Funeral services will be con
ducted at 2:00 o'clock, Thursday
afternoon at the Main street
Church of Christ. Rev. H. W.
Bankes will officiate and inter
ment will be in Olive cemetery.
The Murphy funeral home is
in charge of arrangements.
Fulda St. Mary Catholic Church
B. J. Mattes, Pastor
Sunday masses at 7:00 and
10:00 a. in.
Confessions every Saturday
evening at 7:30 p. m.
Sharon Presbyterian Chnreh
Leslie Pritchard, Pastor
Worship service, 9:30 a. m.
Sunday school, 10:30 a. m.
Dudley Church
Sunday school, 2:00 p. m.
Prayer Meeting Tuesday eve
ning at 8:00. Evangelistic services
at 8:30.
Church of Christ on Main Street
H. W. Bankes, Minister
Bible study, 9:45 a. m.
Worship with preaching, 10:30
Evening service, 7:30.
Bible study, Wednesday# 7:30
p. in.
Manchester Church
Sunday school, 10:00 a. m.
Evangelistic services, 7:30 p. m.
Perryopolts Free Methodtet
Albeit F. Randolph, Pastor
Sunday .school,
St. Michael's Catholic Chorch
J. I. Gardner, Pastor
Sunday mass at 8:00 a. m. ex
cept or the first Sunday of the
month when it will be at 10:30
a. in.
Confessions every Saturday at
7:00 p. m.
Mt. Ephraim Methodist
Doran Garey, Pastor
Sunday school, 10:00 a. m.
Worship service, 11:00 a. m.
Buffalo Free Methodist
Robert Bowen, Pastor
Sunday school, 2:00 p. m.
Worship service, 3:00 p. m.
James Robinson of Dexter City,
son of Mrs. George Robinson, has
accepted a position as salesman
at Patten's Appliance store,
If the number of dog tags sold
is any indication of the dog pop
ulation in Noble county, there are
less dogs this year. Noble county
Auditor Gilbert B. Long report
ed that there were 1(8G dog tags
purchased by 1268 applicants this
year, as compared to 1745 dog
tags sold in 1952. Jan. 20 was the
last day for the purchase of tags
without penalty.
William Moore, Belford street,
is confined to his home with in
fluenza. Tuesday evening, the
Standard Oil Company held a
dinner honoring drivers with a
long safety-driving record. Moore
has driven for the company for
29 years without an accident and
was awarded a medal for thip re
cord. Due to illness, he was un
able to attend the dinner.
Mrs. Clara Tilton was removed
on Saturday from St. Francis
hospital, Cambridge, in the Me
Vay ambulance to her home on
Beiford street.
Mrs. Kenneth VanFossen and
infant daughter were removed
from the Thompson hospital on
Sunday to their home in East
Union in the McVay ambulance.
Rodney Williams was dismiss
ed from the Bethesda hospital,
Zanesville, and was removed to
his home in Mt. Ephraim on Mon
the McVay ambulance.
•caching, 11:00 a. m.
Midweek service, Tuesday at
7:30 p. m.
Ogle's Ridge Church
Sunday school, 2:00 p. m.
Worship services, 3:00 p. m.
V o i v
Mrs. Charles Johanning and son,
Harry Luther of Harriettsville,
were callers at Middleburg on
Mrs. Emma Addlesberger spent
Monday and Tuesday with Mr.
and Mrs. Clarence Schneeberger
and family.
Mr. and Mrs. Parcel and daugh
ter of Beverly, visited Friday
with Mr. and Mrs. Charles Mit
chell and Harry Mitchell and
Mr. and Mrs. Leland Feltner
and Mr. and Mrs. Bert Miracle
were callers at Zanesville, Sat
urday evening.
Winfred Dearth and family,
Rome Crum, Mr. and Mrs. Fran
cis Thompson and son, Nelson
and daughter Dolly and Mr. and
Mrs. Walter Estadt attended the
show at Caldwell, Saturday even
\Mr. and Mrs. Lester Hesson,
Mr. and Mrs. Dale Garrett and
daughter, Sheryl of Tabor, Mr.
and Mrs. Fred Schneeberger, Mrs.
Edna Schneeberger, Rome Crum
were Sunday guests of Mr. and
Mrs. George Addlesberger.
Mr. Pearl Goodwell and son,
Gale of Elba, visited last Wed
nesday evening with Mr. and
Mrs. George Addlesberger.
Mr. Jewell Lamp and children
of Oils Run, visited Sunday with
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Harriman
and family.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles West and
son of Sarahsville, Mr. and Mrs.
Roy Gildow and children of
Macksburg, were Sunday guests
of Mr. and Mrs. Edison Clark and
son, Fred.
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Estadt
visited Sunday with Mr. and Mrs.
Bernard Carnes and son, Eugene
of Belle Valley.
Harrv Mitchell visited Mr. and
Mrs. Bill Fogle and children of
Maple Heights, Sunday.
Mrs. Theresa Huffman visited
with Mrs. James Whealdon on
Mrs. Rilla Luke spent last week
with Mr. and Mrs. Harry Eich
Jov and Nancy Whealdon and
Mrs. Harry Eichhorn and Mrs.
John Morrison were on the sick
list last week.
Visitors at the home of Mr. and
Mrs. Harry Eichhorn, Sunday,
were Mr. and Mrs. Robert Luke
and Mrs. Icil Tilton of Marietta,
Mrs. Rilla Luke and Mr. and Mrs.
Alex Crock of South Olive.
Mr. and Mrs. Willard Wheal
don spent the weekend at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. Jarnes
Whealdon and family. Addition
al guests Sunday were Mr. and
Mrs. John Tribusky and children
of Byesville, Mr. and Mrs. Gerald
Spence, of Caldwell
Mr and Mrs. Charles Mitchell
visited Mr. and Mrs. Ed Clark
and son, Sunday evening.
MACKSKuKG Mr. and Mrs.
John Bates and daughter, Sandra,
are spending their winter vaca
tion in California, visiting their
son, Corp. John Bates, Jr. and
Leon Munch of Columbus,
spent the weekend at the R. E.
Heddleson home.
Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Ball ot
Columbus, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth
Antill oi Whipple, were recent
guests of Mr. and Mrs. James
Charles Longfellow and son,
Jim of Barberton, visited last
weekend at the home of Mrs.
Margaret Walters.
Carl King of Charleston, w.
Va., was a guest of his mother
last week.
Mr. and Mrs. Harold Kemp and
sons were Marietta shoppers on
Quite a few cases of flu here.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Walters
were Sunday guests with their
daughter and son-in-law, Mr. and
Mrs. Lawrence Wheeler of Mari-
and Mrs. Norman Chind-
sey of Canton, and Mr. and Mrs.
Vernon Evans and children ol
Hartsville, were weekend guests
with Mr. and Mrs. Wilson Lvtle.
Mrs. Ella Walters and Mrs.
Nettie Lytle were shopping in
Caldwell on Friday.
Mrs. Guy Young of Dexter
City, has received a RCA Victor
This prize was won
in the nationwide Rinso 25-word
statement contest sponsored by
Lever brothers company and
judged by. the Reuben H. Don
nelley corporation.
John Deere Tractor Now On Display
W mut
& $
Shown above is the new John Deere tractor, model 40, being shown this week only at the
Caldwell Implement & Supply Company, East street. It will be on display the balance of this
week thru Saturday. Shown inspecting the new tractor with the plow mounted on are, left to
right, Rupert Kress of Caldwell route, Frank, co-owner, Gerald Miller, an employee, of Olive, Mar
shall Devolld of Belle Valley, and Roy Clark of Caldwell route.
three v..
the new tractor would be in stock.
K I W i s
Lester Kline of near Akron, were
weekend visitors at the home of
Mr. und Mrs. Elmer Groves. Sat
urday evening callers at the
Groves' home were Mr. and Mrs.
Hosmer Farson and daughter,
Betty Lou.
Sunday visitors at the home of
Ard Chandler and family were
Mr. and Mrs. John Craig and son,
Johnny, of Marietta and Mr. and
Mrs. Harley Teeters and daugh
ters of Ava.
Mrs. Ella Burkhart is spending
a couple of weeks at the home of
Mr. and Mrs. Manford Young of
Canton. She is caring for the
children while the Youngs are
visiting Mr. and Mrs. James
Burkhart and family in Florida.
Mrs. Edith Chandler is spend
ing this week visiting her daugh
ter and son-in-law, Mr. and Mrs.
Jack Morse and sons of Cuyahoga
Mr. and Mrs. John Swank have
received word that their daugh
ter, Mrs. Joe Bigley has arrived
safely in Germany where she
joined her husband, who is in the
armed forces.
The Ohio Power Co. has taken
over several farms in this com
fnunity which had been optioned
for coal.
Ruby McMannis, who has been
employed in Cambridge, is at
present at the home of her par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. McMan
nis and family.
Noble County Treasurer Ira
Pryor has reported that a total
of $76,976.78 was paid in real
estate tax during the month of
January. The "big day" was Jan.
30, when the office collected
$10,053.77. The Treasurer issues
a reminder to bring your last
tax receipt along when you wish
to pay your tax, both to save
i, ii siid i ii erp •!'.
In (Vl!w Bus
25 lb. sack—$1.95
25 lb. sack—$2.10
Brown Beauty Coffee
Lb. bag—77c
3 lb. bag—$2.19
46 oz. can—29c
Sweet or Unsweetened
Thursday, February 5, 1953
Estadt said it would be about
T. M. Ehlermami
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At the time of his death, Mr.
Ehlermann was engaged in the
petroleum wholesale business on
a small scale and in the real
estate business.
The deceased had been suffer
ing with influenza last week but
apparently had fully recovered
by Monday. He awoke early
Wednesday morning, suffering
with a heart attack. Dr. E. G.
Ditch was summoned and he im
mediately made arrangements for
admittance to the Good Samari
tan hospital. Mr. Ehlermann died
enroute to the hospital in the
Estadt ambulance.
He was a prominent member
of the St. Philomena Catholic
church, Caldwell. He was also a
member of the Knights of Co
lumbus, Father Kleuber Council
25G5, the Noble County Chamber
of Commerce, Holy Name
Society, Caldwell Booster club
and Noble County Fish and Game
He leaves his wife, Helen Bied
enbaeh Ehlermann, and one
sister, Miss Cecilia Ehlermann, of
the family home on West street
three brothers, Adolph of New
ark, Julius of Miami, Fla., and
William of Sioux City, Iowa, and
a number of nieces and nephews.
Three brothers and two sisters
are deceased.
Solemn requiem high mass
will be sung Saturday at 9:00
o'clock a. m. at St. Philomena
church, by the pastor, Rev. Fr.
S. J. Pekalla. Interment will be
made in Olive cemetery.
All members of the Knights Of
Columbus, Fr. Kleuber Council
2565, are requested to be present
to pay their respects to Brother
Ehlermann at the home, Friday
evening at 8:00 o'clock. At that
1 e 1 1 V W i I i 1 i 1
In the Chunk
Bushel $2.00
V2 Bushel $1.10
12 Lbs. (Peck) 60c
4 Lbs 25c
Large, Fresh
2 for
2 for
2 for
I!. S. No. 2's
I!. S. No. 2's
I!. S. No. 2's
lb. bag—$3.75
15 lbs.—60c
lb. bag—$3.75
15 lbs.—60c
lb. bag—$3.75
15 lbs.—60c
No. 2'- Size
No. 2'- Size
No. 2'- Size
2 for 39c
2 for 39c
2 for 39c
Cumberland Street (Caldwell) West Sidh

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