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Sarahsville Rt. 1
Large crowds attended the play
and dance at the Sarahsville high
school this week.
Misses Louise Farrell, of Co
himbus and Marian- Brodie, of
Canton, were weekend guests of
Mrs. Rosa Bates.
Mrs. Charles Stevens was a
recent guest of her sister, Mrs.
Laura Blake, of Caldwell.
Mr. and Mrs. Bud Page and
sons spent the weekend with re
latives here.
Mr. and Mrs. Reed Mellon and
son, of Zancsville, were Sunday
guests of Mr. and Mrs. Roy Mel
lon.
Mr. and Mrs. George McLaugh
lin attended the funeral of Clar
ence Gorby at the McVay funeral
parlors at Caldwell, Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. Gene Graham
and son, of Lincoln, Nebraska,
are spending their furlough with
their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Irvin
Graham and Mr. and Mrs. 'How
ard Guiler.
Henry Grimes and sister, Anna
were shopping in Caldwell on
Saturday.
Mrs. Ruth Hall, of Massillon,
was a weekend guest of Mr. and
Mrs. T. R. Davis.
Mrs. Alma Jerles spent the
weekend with relatives in South
Olive.
Mr. and Mrs. I. R. Davis were
shopping in Caldwell, Saturday.
Fredericksdale
FKbL»iiHi\_.xvbi-»ALi^ lvfrs.
Levi Miller spent most of last
week caring for her mother, Mrs.
Maggie Beymer, who has been
ill at her home in Sarahsville.
Mr. and Mrs. John Beatty call
ed on Mrs. Alex Wickham, Sun
day.
Mr. and Mrs. Roy Wentworth
and s^ns spent Sunday with her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Chris
Franks of Bolivar.
Shirley Davis, Edna Arnold
and Mary Davis visited Mrs.
Clara Gordon one evening last
week.
Mr. and Mrs. James McAuley
of Sarahsville, visited Mr. and
Mrs. Norval Carter, Sunday.
Mr. -and Mrs. Leslie Cater and
daughter, Clyta, Miss Wanda
Davis, Mr. and Mrs. Harry
Smith spent the weekend at the
"Blue Hole" near Castalia and
the Seneca Caverns near Belle
vue.
Pheto FVvHnpmjr—Glllfwple's
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CONTAINS NO DDT
But plenty of Pyrothrgrn, Kills
stable flies, horse flies, horn
flies, house flies, mosquitoes.
M. A. Brienza
Supplier of Sinclair Products
Phone 200 Caldwell, Ohio
LOWENE WILLEY
Routine operating bills were
day meeting of the Noble Court
a general nature.
The following bills were pre
sented and paid:
Homer Weeden, payroll of em
ployes, road and bridge,
,975.65 Rodney Williams, gen
eral, keeping of Sammy Dye,
$60.00 Clarence McAuley, gen
ral, work at court house, $15.00
C. R. Atkinson, general, postage,
$.42 Burroughs Corporation,
general, 25 rolls of paper, $4.09
Burrough Corp., general, six
months of mechanical service,
$25.55 Stakalta Manufacturing
Company, general, appearance
docket, $96.00 Columbus Blank
Book Mfg., general, stamps,
$50.45 Lorenz and Sons, general
supplies, $20.57.
Ball's Cash Market, general,
supplies, $6.52 Ohio Fuel Gas
Company, general, gas for jail,
$3.59 General Telephone Com
pany, general, telephone service,
$90.05 Sinclair Refining Com
pany, general, gas for sheriff,
$8.83 O. H. Pickenpaugb, gen
eral, Sheriff's auto, $800.00
Noble Soil conservation District,
general, postage, $5.14 Dr. E. G.
Ditch, general, TB treatments,
$42.00 Rocky Glen Sanatorium,
general, medical supplies, $18.75
Mrs. T. H. White, general,
account of George Turr, $125.00
Farley-Yoptz Insurance Agency,
general, Sheriffs auto transfer,
$12.92.
General Telephone, general,
telephone service, $33.30 Pay
roll of Employes, general,
$3,736.64 road and bridge,
$266.67 Relief, $216.00 Dog and
Kennel, $75.00 Health, $180.00.
SALES TAX RECEIPTS
Sales tax receipts in Noble
county for the week ending April
16 amounted to $2,595.13 as com
pared to $1,606.42 for the same
period in 1954. Total collected to
date in the county amounts to
$97,382.41, compared to last year
$88,917.73.
RECOVERS FROM OPERATION
Oscar Douglas has returned to
his home on Cumberland street
from the Ohio Valley General
hospital, Wheeling, W. Va.,
where he underwent a major
operation 18 days ago. Mr.
Douglass is rapidly recovering
from surgery.
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TH« new Welb«tJ ho* 2J fine features, mcluding magnificent
flectric Clock, Mmole Minder, Bnte lumaline Lamp in Backgoard,
New Safe-Guard Gas Cocks two giant and two stondard-sue
Reodilite, non-dog, high-speed economy Top Burners E-Z-Kieen,
gleaming chrome-top Burner Bowls, Xtra Roomy storage com-
rortmrnt. n,Homot«r Oren Cawtro4,
Sensational Values
Donald D. Nichols
63 Caldwell,
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"THE BEST I OH I.I SS"
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At Forest Grove
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Miss Lowene Willey, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence
Willey of Caldwell route is the valedictorian for the graduating
class of Forest Grove high school. Donna Mae Wiley Stack
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Don Wiley of Caldwewll route is the
saljjtatorian. Both girls have been active in all activities during
th^ir hiph school rar^r
Routine Operating Bills Allowed For
Payment By Noble County Commissioners
W!
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DONNA W. STACK
allowed for payment at the Mon
ty commissioners. Thry were of
Shenandoah Trail
Si i F,N A i Ml TRAIL Mr.
and Mrs. Charles Hopps, of Can
ton, visited with E. O. Bond at
Hobart Bond's Sunday after
noon.
Mrs. Glenna Mulbach, of Byes
ville and Mr. Stokely Secrest, of
Cambridge, visited with Mrs.
Mary Groves and Mr. and Mrs.
Merritt Groves recently.
Mr. and Mrs. Donald Ruther
ford were guests of Mr. and Mrs.
Dewey Groves one evening last
week.
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Bond and
children attended church at Sum
merfield Sunday morning and
had dinner with Mr. and Mrs.
Ross Watson.
Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Secrest
recently celebrated their 50th
wedding anniversary with a fam
ily gathering at their home along,
the trail.
The Mt. Zion Ladies Aid will
meet in the church basement on
Friday evening, May 6th.
Center Grange will meet in
the town hall, Thursday, May
5th. Ladies are requested to
bring pie or sandwiches.
Billie (Bond spent a quiet Sun
day evening at the Clarence
Moore residence.
The senior class of Sarahsville
high school is sponsoring another
mixed dance at the high school
gym on Friday evening.
Barbara Bond visited with
Sharon Fields, Saturday evening.
A. G. Riggle, pastor of the Mt."
Zion Lutheran church, is visit
ing this week with his son, John
and wife, who is stationed in
Arkansas with the U. S. Army.
Mrs. Rosemarie Fish recently
underwent surgery at St. Francis
hospital.
SHOULD
YOUH CHILD
BE A
NURSE
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A foremost authority
discussed this question
frankly in
New York Life's 8-page
illustrated booklet!
Pay Educational require
ments ... Qualities needed for
success. These are only a few of
the things discussed. If you
missed this New York Life spon
nored article when it appeared
in the "Saturday Evening Post,"
"Indies* Home Journal" and
"Collier's," send today for a
copy of the booklet version.
This is hut one of more than a
dozen career articles sponsored
by New York Life in the inter
est of helping guide America's
children to a better future. Aj a
representative of New York Life,
I shall be happy to supply you
with copies of any of them
free.
Just drop ma a card* or «•-»»,
CHARLES i. (Om
Phone 304-F-13
Caldwell Building Loan Bldg.
Second Floor
SPECIAL I A OCMV
KW YORK LIFE
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THE JOURNAL, CALDWELL, OHIO
ISfudenfs Who Parfsdpgfed In Extra
Currkular Activiiies Honored A! B. Valley
At a special assembly of the Belle Valley High school, Tuesday
ftex-noon, special tribute was paid to those outstanding students
/ho participated in extra curricular activities this year, all of which
'•'as a part of the school term but not necessarily of
a scholastic
ature.
Of special interest \vas the tour of the 1 TT fr.u ior club boys
0 Detroit, Mich., and other
oints of interest by those
tudents from Belle Valley Who
njoved the tour.
They told of the cars coming
ff the assembly line at the Ford
lant every 30 seconds, tractors
1 20 seconds, the $300,00 experi
mental sport cars and the city of
'he future.
James DeVolld gave an inter
sting account of his trip to
Washington, D. C., and to the
Tnited Nations in New York. He
told of visiting the Capitol and
the many other points of interest.
On the second day of his trip
he visited the United Nations in
New York, attending sessions of
the assembly and being briefed
in current problems, especially
that of communism. Most of the
speakers he heard, Devolld said,
were opposed to Communism
except for the India representa
tive who urged the admission of
Red China to the U. N.
Detmar Greathouse and Char
les McKee reported on their
experiences at the rural leader
ship training course which they
took at Urbana. Greathouse gave
a fine report on a full day's
activity at the course and both
boys were enthusiastic
At this assembly, tribute was
also paid the four students who
carried off top honors in the
state science meeting at Ohio
Wesleyan, Delaware. They were
Gwen Watson, Jane Burlingame,
Ivan Mitchell and Ernie Varhola.
In addition to short talks by
the above, Mike Varhola, Russell
Johnson and Bob Bulkley spoke
highly of the science projects
and the unusual work being
accomplished under the personal
supervision of Instructor John
Wargo.
Here's
proof that
proof that
proof that
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after feature
after feature
FORD excels
cars
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higher-price
brackets!
Lex
Stafford
STAFF or Woodsfield
callers on Monday were Mrs.
Lillie Carpenter and son, Forest,
Mr. and Mrs. Floyd McElfresh,
C. G. Robinson and Mr. and Mrs.
Clem Mallett.
Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Hawkins
and son, Johnny, of Antioch,
spent Sunday afternoon with his
father, Will Hawkins.
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Mallett
and daughters, of Marietta, spent
the weekend at their home at
Sand Bar.
Mrs. Fannie Kilbur and chil
dren, of Woodsfield, spent sev
eral days last week with her
mother Mrs. George Fogle, who
is on the sick list.
Mrs. Leo Poulton, of Mata
moras, has been a patient in a
Columbus hospital.
Mrs. Doris Waltermire and
children and James McConnell,
of Zanesville, were last weekend
guests of their parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Harold McConnell and
family.
Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Bishop
and family have moved into the
L. E. Smith property on Rich
Fork.
Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Weber,
and Mrs. Lillie Carpenter and
son, Forest, attended cottage
prayer meeting at the home of
Mr. and Mrs. Chester Buckio, at
Woodsfield on Thursday even
ing.
Mr. and Mrs. James Mallett,
Mr. and Mrs. Junior Ullman and
daughter and Mr. and Mrs. Don
ald Hogue and family were Sun
day guests of Mr. and Mrs. Her
bert Ullman.
Mr. and Mrs. Homer Blair, of
Barberton, spent a weekend re
cently with his parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Gilbert Blair.
James Mallett called on Mr.
and Mrs. Chester Buckio, of
Woodsfield, Sunday afternoon.
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Leg room, front (in.)
rear (in.)
in*—Mm" rear
)OKlNG FOR MORE VALUE from your motor car
dollars? Then, look no more. Ford brings you a wealth
of fine-car features that even some of the higher-priced
cars can't match.
For example, the chart above shows that in feature
after feature Ford gives you everything you have com%
to expect in a medium-priced car and more. Yet,
a
Ford Fair lane Town Sedan costs* you less than the
lowest-priced comparably equipped 4-door sedan of
four popular medium-priced makes.
And, with Ford recognized as the style leader
"at home" wherever you may go why pay more?
Feature for feature price for price s you can't
buy better than Ford.
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Foam-rubber seat cushions YES
Two-stage front door checks
Center-Fill Fueling
Suspended brake and
clutch pedals r--r^ YES
Torque, maximum (lbs.-ft.)
Compression ratio (to 1)
18-mm. spark plugs
Dual exhaust
4-barrel carburetor YES
Ball-joint front
suspension
--if MOTHER- LOVE
Whtn God man a woman
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Man with wom&tr-is mor? than
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A. WAOC WELLS
KEITHT0WI HEWS
KEITHTOWN Wilbur Hale
of Columbus, called on his fath
er, B. E. Hale the past week.
Mr. and Mrs. Ed Cain and fam
ily, of Columbus, spent the week
end at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
Elmer Mitchell.
Mr. and Mrs. Johnny Kune, of
the Ava community, were Sun
day callers at the home of Jonas
Stack and family.
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Bond, of
Caldwell and Mr. and Mrs. Glen
Waller were Sunday visitors at
the home of Mr. and Mrs. Leo
Burkhart.
Mr. and Mrs. John Craig and
jw rear (in.) 34.2 35.9 34.0 34.6
Shoulder room, front (in.) 57.0 56.6 58.2 58.2
son, Johnny were Sunday visitors
at the home of her parents, Mr.
and Mrs. Ard Chandler and
afternoon callers were Mr. and
Mrs. Ernest Farrell and daugh
ter, Linda, Harry Goodwin and
Mary Barnetie of Columbus.
Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Chandler
and family, of Stow, spent the
weekend with relatives in this
community.
Mr. and Mrs. Noble Rogers and
sons of Cuyahoga Falls, spent
the weekend with her parents,
Mr. and Mrs. Forrest Farson, of
Big iRun and visited relatives in
this community.
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Fairiane Town
Sedan with
Special V'8
rear (in.) 56.8 56.4 56.7 56.7
Maximum trunk depth (in.) 48.9 48.4 46.0 46.0
Floor covering, front Carpet Rubber Rubber Rubber
YES
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Brake lining area (sq. in.) 192 178 185 192
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priced
priced
CAR
44.3
41.9
42.7
42.8
Head room, front (in.) 35.1 35.6 35.6 35.6 35.5
Carpet Carpet Rubber Rubber
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Thursday, May 5, 1955
Whigville
WHIGVILLE Mr. and Mrs.
Charles Brookover of Fostoria,
spent Monday and Tuesday with
Mr. and Mrs. George Berry.
Mr. and Mrs. Maynard Johnson
of Caldwell, spent Wednesday
evening with Mr. and Mrs. H. D.
Carter.
Virginia Ward spent Wednes
day afternoon with Rose Gulick.
Mr. and Mrs. William Wick
ham, of Summerfield, were call
ing on friends here on Friday
evening.
Mr. and Mrs. S. A. West and
Helen Watson were at Quaker
City on Wednesday.
Freda Guiler was calling on
Mat Gulick Friday afternoon.
Mr. and Mrs. George Berry
spent Wednesday evening with
Mr. and Mrs. Donald Berry.
Mr. and Mrs Bob Gessel were
calling on Mr. and Mrs. Forest
Danford the past week.
Emma West, of Columbus,
spent the weekend with her par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. S. A. West.
Roberta Cleary, Caldwell, was
calling on Mat Gulick, Sunday
evening.
Several from here attended the
wedding of Karl Summers and
Elaine Archer at the Methodist
church at Caldwell, Sunday af
ternoon.
Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Smith and
son, Donald spent Saturday eve
ning with Mrs. Mat Gulick.
Mr. and Mrs. Donald Berry
spent Friday evening with Mr.
and Mrs. George Berry.
Mr. and Mrs. William Gulick
were shopping at Cambridge on
Saturday.
Sarah Carpenter and Delia
Thomas spent Tuesday evening
with Helen Watson.
Rose Gulick attended lodge at
Summerfield, Thursday evening.
Friends here have received
word that Harry Haneher, of
Elwood City, Pa., formerly of
this place was in the hospital,
having suffered a stroke.
Carl and Caroline Guiler, of
Summerfield, spent Sunday with
Mr. and Mrs. Forest Danford.
priced
CAR
42.3
41.8
priced
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42.9
43.8
44.5
45.0
34.9
58.0
57.8
55.0
Rubber
Rubber
Front
NO
NO
4
256
8.4
NO
NO
YES
NO
NO
Only
NO
NO
NO
NO NO NO
YES
YES
175
320
8.5
240
7.6
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