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S O E I E N E W S
SUMMERFIELD Regular
meeting of Summerfield grange
will be held Wednesday evening,
Feb. 18. Ross Watson, master,
will be in charge and a good at
tendance of all members is de
sired. The ladies are to bring
cookies and the grange will fur
nish the coffee.
Schools Reopen
The Summerfield schools re
opened Monday after being clos
ed the past week due to the flu.
Class Meeting
The Alpha Omega Sunday
school class will be entertained
Tuesday evening, Feb. 17. at the
home of Mrs. Emily Havener.
Co-hostess
Mrs. Catherine Dysert was the
co-hostess for the meeting of the
Sunshine Sunday school class in
stead of Mrs. Roma Jean Whar
ton as previously announced.
Pinner Guests
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Finney of
Akron. Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Fogle
were dinner guests Sunday in the
home of Mr. and Mrs. Albert
Finney.
Mr. and Mrs. George Craig
and Terry Wharton were dinner
guests Sunday at the home of
Mr. and Mrs. A. G. Wharton.
Personals
A large number of the local
residents are ill with influenza.
Mr. and Mrs. Luther Robinson,
Middleburg, visited the latter's
parents. Mr. and Mrs. Zedar
Hanes, the weekend.
Mr. and Mrs. Bob Norris were
in Caldwell, Monday evening and
attended the Masonic banquet
there.
Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Meek and
daughter, Helen, were dinner
guests Sunday evening at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. Carlos
Meek and son, Duane of Seneca
ville.
Mr. and Mrs. Carlos Eschbaugh
and daughters of Quaker City
route, were dinner guests Sunday
of Mr. and Mrs. William Warner.
Mt. Ephraim
All'. iiii-'iiKAiivi inuiman
Rich remains in a serious con
dition in the Bethesda hospital
in Zanesville.
Rodney Williams has been re
moved to his home from the
Bethesda hospital in Zanesville.
Dewey Parks and wife of Rein
ersville, visited Mr. and Mrs. Wm.
Rich one day last week.
Rev. Doran Garey and wife
visited here last week.
Nellie Reed is spending some
time with her sister, Phena
Groves in Caldwell.
Mary Miller was visiting rela
tives in Caldwell last week.
John Brokaw of St. Clairsville,
was transacting business here re
cently.
Kyle Cleary and Fred Bates of
Zanesville, were hauling hay last
week.
Delbert Neiswonger and family
of West Virginia, were visiting
Rodney Wiliams and family last
week.
James Mendenhall and family
of Canton, spent the weekend
with Hazel Powell and son.
Gordon Bates, wife and son
visited relatives in Akron Sun
day.
J. W. Caldwell visited in W.
Va.. Sunday and was accom
panied home by his mother.
Ervin Cowgill and Virgil
Poulton made a business trip to
arietta, Saturday.
It will stay young for years!
Mrs. Offa Bishop is visiting her
daughter, Mrs. Bernard VanDyne
and Mrs. Cecil Gibson, both of
Cambridge.
Mr. and Mrs. Chester Sullivar
of Worthington and Mrs. OrvilL
Pryor and daughter of Caldwell
visited Mr. and Mrs. C. K. Pryor
the weekend.
Mrs. Joseph D. Kuhn of Lewis
ville route, visited Mrs. L. A.
Wheatley, Monday.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Bode at
tended the funeral of T.
Ehlermann in Caldwell, Satur
day morning.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Bode, Idr
Hartshorn and Delia Orang
visited Mr. and Mrs. John Hoi
schuh at Stafford, Sunday.
Lester Swearengin and son.
Jimmie, North Canton, visiteo
Mr. and Mrs. Friend Wilson or
Thursday.
Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Atkinson
and Taylor Hague were dinner
guests of Mr. and Mrs. Carl
Davis, Sarahsville, Sunday.
A. R. Fogle was a business
visitor in Caldwell, Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. Roy Hannahs and
family of Salesville, visited Mr.
and Mrs. Forest Hannahs, Sun
day.
Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Shackles
of Caldwell, visited Sunday with
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Shackles.
Mr. and Mrs. Ed Barnes and
Mr. and Mrs. George Craig visit
ed Sunday with Mrs. Emma
Meek.
Mrs. Clara Gee Evans of Holin
way, was calling on friends here
Monday.
Mr. and Mrs. James Stephens
and son, Ronnie, Lewisville route
visited Sunday with Mr. and
Mrs. E. L. Stephens and Mr. and
Mrs. Carlos Meek, Senecaville.
Carl King of Mansfield, visited
the weekend with his parents,
Mr. and Mrs. Robert King and
other relatives here.
Robert Morris, who has been
confined to his home with the
flu, is able to be out again.
May Hughes of Cambridge,
visited the Wire Fowler home
last week.
Clyde and Cliff Stephens and
family were called to Findlay on
Sunday by the illness of their
mother, Mrs. Lillie Stephens.
Slienanisah Trail
SHENANDOAH TRAIL
Mr. and Mrs. Thurman Hannahs
of Cambridge, were guests of her
aunt, Mrs. Mary Groves, Thurs
day.
Mrs. Hazel Davis will entertain
the Ladies Aid Society of Pleas
ant Hill church Friday evening,
Feb. 13.
Zelnfia Williams and Jean Crow
were visitors at H. F. Bond's, Fri
day.
John Khune has moved his
family from Ava to the Joseph
Larrick farm on Hickory Ridge.
George Sanford attended a
farm bureau meeting at Caldwell
Mrs. Ivy Danford was a Sun
day visitor at Hobart Bond's.
Mrs. Mary Groves has greatly
improved from a broken limb
since returning home from Me
morial hospital, Cambridge.
The trustees of Mt. Zion church
have enlarged the cemetary by
changing the highway along the
southern side.
Ernest Secrest was a Caldwell
visitor Monday. He believes the
Shenandoah road will be hard
surfaced this summer.
Ye&S
With Army Postal
CPL. JACK M. FRANKLIN
Cpl. Jack M. Franklin, son of
Amos Franklin, of Caldwell, has
recently been transferred to tlx
army postal department in
Korea. He has served in KOK I
since May, 1952. Cpl. Franklin
is a graduate of Caldwell hiyh
school.
Stafford
STAFFORD Mr. and Mrs.
Jim UUman and Jane of Circlo
ville, spent the weekend with
Mr. and Mrs. Watt Ullman.
Mrs. Bessie Pinkston called on
Mrs. Harry McConnell and other
friends one day this week.
Edward Hawkins of Akron,
spent one day with Wm. Haw
kins.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Knapp of
Woodsfield route 3, spent one day
with Mr. and Mrs. Wilfred Knapp
Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Camden
were Marietta callers Tuesday.
Mr. and Mrs. Harley Anderson
were Woodsfield callers Friday.
Mrs. Wilf ed Knapp and gn Is
were Woodsfield callers, Satur
day.
Tommy Holland, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Ross Holland, has returned
home here from the army ho
has been stationed at Japan.
Betty Lou Keevert and friend
of Columbus, spent the weekend
with Mr. and Mrs. Horace Hamil
ton.
Bert Robinson, Harry McCon
nell were Marietta callers, Sat
urday.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Bonar and
girls of Columbus, spent the week
end with Mrs. Tillie Bonar and
Theodore Lcve.
Mr. and Mrs. Asher McConnell
and family of Warren, Mr. and
Mrs. Bill Holland, Mr. and Mrs.
Sam Holland and daughter of
Canton, Mr. and Mrs. Virginia
Hoffman and baby,and Pearl
Holland of Fremont, were week
end visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Ross
Holland and family.
Mr. and Mrs. Denzil Hogue and
family of Marietta, spent Sunday
with Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Miracle
and son.
Mr. and Mrs. Willard Freitac
and daughter of Woodsfield route
spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs.
Harry McConnell and girls.
The W.S.C.S. met at the home
of Mrs. James Robinson, Tuesday
evening, Feb. 3rd.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Thompson
and family and Larry Ullman
were Woodsfield callers, Satur
day.
Danny and Preston Stoffel of
Canton, spent the weekend with
Mr. and Mrs. Sheridan Day.
It's lower-looking, longer-looking,
wider-looking and Ford's
Crestmark Bodies are the most beautiful in any low-priced
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CALDWELL, OHIO
THE JOURNAL, CALDWELL, OHIO
QUAKER CITY Robert
Bundy left Wednesday morning
for Las Cruces, New Mexico,
where he will be employed as
sanitarian there. He expects to
eturn here for his family in a
few weeks.
Ramsey Rites
Funeral services for Mrs. Gert
ude Brill Ramsey, 70, of Sales
ville, was held Friday at 1:00
i). m. at U. B. church, Salesville.
ilev. Leon VanDyke, pastor, of-
i'icated.
U A K E I Y E W S
Burial was in the church
cemetery.
Mrs. Ramsey died Tuesday
evening at St. Francis hospital,
Cambridge, where she was admit
ted Sunday. Surviving are two
brothers, Leonard Brill, Milford
Center and Rodney Brill of
Washington.
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Personals
Vickie Jean, little daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Dean Hartley of
Barnesville, spent Monday with
her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs.
Roy Dollison.
Mr. and Mrs. Otis Clarkson and
family and Burt Winland of
Quaker City route, were guests
Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. Basil
Foraker and daughter.
Mr. ana ivirs. Friend Miley of
Senecaville, visited this week at
the Frank Bates home.
Pvt. Lisle Weber of Camp
Breekenridge Kentucky, spent
Sunday with his parents, Mr. and
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Mr. and Mrs. Roy Wentworth
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Angie Wentworth and Miles
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Herlan Butler visited Sunday
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Mr. Walter Davis and daugh
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Two-Car Collision
North of Caldwell
U. S. Route _i abuui .2 of a
mile north of Caldwell was the
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at 9:30 a. m. Tuesday.
Drivers of the cars were Robert
F. Harris, 28, Caldwell, and Elsie
Parrish, 23, of Caldwell route 2.
Harris had stopped his machine
to pick up a hitch-hiker and the
auto was struck in the rear by
the other car, state patrolmen
stated. No one was hurt, but the
autos were damaged.
Both drivers were cited to ap
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the highway and Elsie Parrish
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