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Thursdav May 5. 19-55
Si ENECAVJLLE iP* SENECAVlluE NEWS Rev. L. E. 'thlow and wife have moved Apple Creek to the Manse Mill street. He has assumed duties as minister of the ?sbyterian church. ends Meeting Unong those from here art ding the A. & F. fd. meeting 1 banquet held at Cadiz on day evening were H. M. Kel- Ralph Marquis, Donald Den and Floyd Chamberlain, long the 111 tfrs. E. McVicker is recovering surgery recently perform at the G. M. hospital, drs. John Sharrock has been missed from the G. M. hos al to her home in Greenwood. Yiends here have received rd that Miss Myrtle House n recently underwent ^surgery a Cincinnati hospital and is ting along satisfactorily, ohn Marick, who has been a ient at G. M. hospital for some e has been dismissed to the E. McVicker home on North street. *sonals '. A. Lepage accompanied his Frank to West Richfield on urday where he will visit for letiifie. /Irs. Wm. Bowden accompan her son, Bill to Washington, C., to visit with Mr. and Mrs. Dert T. Secrest. firs. Blanche Hi!lard of North Itimore, visited several days her cousin. Mrs. Freda rr. Ars. Hallie Rjggs recently ited Mrs. Ada Thomas in ron. tfiss Esther Finley, of St. in's, visited her aunt, Mrs. E. fiasford, Tuesday. ilr. and Mrs. Russell Devine I children, of Worthington. nt the weekend with his par s, Mr. and Mrs. M. F. Devine. /Irs. Helen Pollock and son, frey, of Morris Plains, N. J., ently visited her aunt, Mrs. B. Riggs. lr. and Mrs. Robert Sterner, Navarre, visited her mother, s. Lenora Thomas. flr. and Mrs. James Sharrock 1 daughter, of Columbus, were ekend guests of her parents, and Mrs. C. C. Wolfe. Albert Ruby visited his sister, s. Frank Plummer in Canton ently. vfr. and Mrs. Joe Andrejcik I children spent the past week a i i is a?** FJ-' qfcle MP. V end with Mr. and Mrs. Lang Millhone in Louisville. Mrs. Bernice Aplin has re turned after spending the week with hr sister, Mrs. Millard Christian and family in New ark. John Curry and Leonard Sing leton have returned to Dayton where they are employed, after spending the weekend at their home here. H. V. Thompson, of Old Wash ington, visited Sunday with his aunt, Miss Grace Rose. R. E. Millhone, of Mantua, spent the weekend with his mother, Mrs. Rose Millhone. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Lowry, of Cambridge, visited with Mr and Mrs. R. M. Burns, Sunday. Mrs. Vernon Miley and daugh ter, of Columbus, recently visit ed with Mr. and Mrs. Friend Miley. Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Myers and Mr. Charles Herman, of Massil lon, visited Sunday with Rev. and Mrs. Leo Myers and attend ed church service, bcth here and at Mt. Ephraim. Dr. and Mrs. W. W. Bryant and children are enjoying a vaca tion in Florida. They were ac companied by Mrs. Ada Bird. Crooked Tree CROOKED TREE Mr. and Mrs. Forest Farson have return ed to their home here after spending two weeks with rela tives at Kent. Mr. and Mrs. Noble Rogers and sons, of Cuyahoga Falls, spent the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Earl Way and daughters. Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Lamp, Alice and Frank and Mr. and Mrs. G. E. Chandler were call ing on relatives at Middleburg. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Harriman and sons called on Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Lamp and family, Sun day evening. Mr. and Mrs. Emmet Way call ed at the dr. E. Chandler home on Sunday. Charlie Smith also called at the Chandler on Sun day. Mr. and Mrs. Boyd Wagner and Mr. and Mrs. George Chan dler attended the shower for Mrs. John Bates, Jr., at Macks burg last Friday evening. Mrs. Robert Chandler and sons, Jeffrey and Mike spent the past week with relatives at Canton. ELS WICK ALL KIND OF INSURANCE 7~ ff. If i: lis® &Va," 1 4 ?4 V ,P 11 w/-' willi the HIGH PRICE F:p mi"£ 6.70x15 ONLY Here's your chance to get acquainted with depend- Goodyear quality at worthwhile savings during this great Introductory Sale! These are not just or dinary tires. Goodyear's exclusive 3-T triple-tempered cord and Grip-Seal construction give you greater protection against puncture flats and blowouts, longer mileage. Save on Super-Cushions by Goodyear, during this Introductory Sale. EASY PAY ON PAY DAY Saralssvllle SAKAhoviLiLii Mr. and Mrs. John Gibson of near here, were recent guests of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Moore and daugh ter, Vickie. Mr. pnd Mrs. Robert Vorhies and daughters spent the week end with Mr. and Mrs. Harold Vorhies. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Dudley and daughter, of Cambridge, and Mr. and Mrs. Dick Jacobs, of Co lumbus, spent the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Jacobs. Mr. and Mrs. Donald Bates, of Zanesville, spent Sunday with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Bates. Mr. and Mrs. Jum Clark and family, of Caldwell, were Sun day visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Richard Gibson and sons. There will be a round and square dance at the Sarahsville high school gym, sponsored by the senior class. On Friday even ing, May 6th from 8 to 12 p. m. Music by the Shenandoah Val ley gang. Refreshments served. Everyone welcome. Miss Virginia Church, of Pleasant City route, spent Thurs day night with Miss Callie Kirk. Mr. David Brody spent the weekend at his home here. The seniors of the Sarahsville high school will leave Sunday evening, May 8 for their trip to Washington, D. C. They will re turn home Wednesday. Mrs. Luna Butler spent several days in Cambridge, visiting her mother, Mrs. Luna Butler, who has been ill. Visitors at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Robinson during the past week were Mrs. Rena Adamson, Rey, Pa., Mr. Clark Coleman, Mrs. Byron Mitchell, of Washingfon, Pa., Mrs. Madge Nichols and Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Larrick and daughter, of Mc Connelsville. Mr. and Mrs. Charles West had as their dinner guests Sun day, Mr. and Mrs. Vernon West, Mr. and Mrs. Ben Robinson and family of Olive, Mr. and Mrs. Miley West and sons, Mr. and Mrs. Edgel Oliver of Cambridge and Mr. and Mrs. Charles Snode and family. Mrs. Pluma Smith visited Mrs. Ida Smith of Archer's Ridge re cently. Mr. and Mrs. Dave Spence of Columbus spent the weekend with relatives. Mr. and Mrs. James Stevens entertained with a surprise bir thday dinner Sunday, honoring the 78th birthday of their father, Apollo Stevens. Relatives from Massillon, Malta, Lower Salem, Marietta and Cambridge enjoy ed the day with him. Classifieds Pay Dividends & r"* V I K4P&B 11^ Hi 'si '''4.. f: K v z* wi PIUS TAX AND RECAPPABLE TIRE r¥l 4lt INTRODUCTORY W k CHECK Y OUR SIZE AK biack Reg. no- SALE Ttro trade-in PRICE Six* prite 6.70*15 $18.70** $15.90* 6.40x15 17.85** 15.17 7.10x15 20.70** 17.60 7.60x15 22.65** 19.25 6.00x16 16.75** 6.50 16 22.25** plus ta* plus tax and recappabls fir* MORE PEOPLE RIDE ON GOODYEAR TIRES THAN ON ANY OTHER KINDI THE JOURNAL, CALDWELL. OHIO There will be a $5.b0 door prize awarded at 1 o'clock. The winner must be present when the draw ing is made. Bingo and Parcel Post package sale immediately after dinner and during the af ternoon. Dance in the evening starting at 8:30 o'clock. The ,i$U£ic,-will be by the Shenan doah Valley orchestra. Ladies who wish may wear formals. Personals 4 -'-y \I\Mh V'iV .if A I E S V I E E W S n/\nKihi i mviLLE Wor ship service Sunday morning at 9 o'clock followed by Sunday school at 10 o'clock. Birthday Observed Mr. and Mrs. Luther Schramm entertained on Sunday with a turkey dinner in honor of their son, Daniel, who observe his 19 birthday anniversary. A large decorated cake and spring flowers formed the cen terpiece for the table. Guests were Mr. and Mrs. Sam Kimpel and family, of Somerset, Mr. and Mrs. Horald Schramm and daughters, of Cornerville, Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Brum and Rosalee, of Newport Pike, Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Brum and son, Keith, of Marietta route, Miss Marilyn Mains, of Marietta, Mrs. C. E. Johanning and Mr. and Mrs. Charles Johanning, Ann, Aundree and Harry Luther Johanning and Mr. and Mrs. Henry Schenk, of Lower Salem. He received many nice gifts. Dinner Guests Mr. and Mrs. James Schafer entertained with a dinner on Sunday. Guests were Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Ferris and Mrs. Mary Ullman, of Marietta, Mrs. Bill Schafer and son, Harry James. Other afternoon guests were Mrs. Edgar Smithberger and Miss Polly Sullivan, of Low er Salem route. Enjoying Visit Mrs. John Riley, of Glendale, W. Va., spent a few days with Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Kelby. Mr. Riley came Sunday and in the evening they returned home. At Conference Mr. and Mrs. B. W. Ullman at tended the quarterly conference of the Methodist church held at Lower Salem on Sunday after noon. At Program Those from here who attended Achievement Day at Caldwell, were Mrs. Elsie Unger, Mrs. C. E. Johanning, Mrs. Emilene Schramm, Mrs. Erval Stevens and Miss Justine Smithberger. Annual Dinner The annual Mother's day chic ken dinner will be held at St. Henry's parish hall, Harrietts ville on Sunday May 8th. Dinner served from 11 to 1:30 o'clock. Adults one dollar, children un der 12 years, fifty cents. v V V ID PRICE 14.24* 18.91 ALSO SPECIAL LOW PRICES ON WHITEWALLS. Successor to Goodyear Service Store Cumberland & North Streets Phone 200 FtaUKiiii rryiogie niaue a business trip to Columbus on Friday, Mr. and Mrs. John Sehoepp ner were guests on Thursday evening when the Marietta Con cert Co., entertained their bas ketball team and their wives with a steak dinner, held at the Marietta Country club. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Nobles and sons, of Marietta, were Sun day -guests of Mr. and Mrs. Carl Stevens. Other callers were Mrs. Cora Mallett. Mr. and Mrs. Harley Beard more and Roger Hendershot, of Gallopolis, spent from Thursday through Sunday at the John Huffman and Harold Baker homes. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Estadt, of Middleburgg and Mrs. Bill Schafer and son, spent Sunday afternoon with Mr. and Mrs. Harry Pryor, of near Lower Salem. Mrs. Stella Schoeppner and Mrs. Martha Fryfogle were shoppers at Marietta on Satur day. Mr. and Mrs. K. D. Myers and children, of Akron, and Mrs. Ada Butt, of Lewisville, were guests on Saturday afternoon of Mr. and Mrs. Erval Stevens. Mrs. Lorene Huffman and son, Mark, Mrs. Virginia Luke and son. Donald and Mrs. Nina Huff man and sons, Johnny and Stevie were business visitors at Marietta on Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Mason and children, Elizabeth and Mary Ellen, of Dalton, were guests on Sunday afternoon of Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Walker and sons. They also visited at the Archie VanFossen and Henry Mason homes. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Neuhart, of Marietta, were Sunday evening dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Erval Stevens. Mr. and Mr^. Leonard Scho field and family, of German town, and Mr. and Mrs. Jack Schofield of Marietta, were Sun day evening dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Charley Dennis. Members of Elk township grange who attended the annual county grange banquet held at Fulda on Tuesday evening were Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Ullman, Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Miller, Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Ayers, Mr. and Mrs. L. D. Schramm, Mrs. Burdette Ayers, Mrs. C. E. Johanning, Miss Ann Johanning, Mr. and Mrs. Will Unger and Mrs. Pearl Pabst. Don't forget the senior* class play "Act Your Age" to bo held on«Friday. everuag, Maj^ fith, at the high school auditorium, starting at 8:30 o'clock. •J A- Install the remarkable Fold-Away GAS burners and presto! even the tiniest kitchens will breath* with extra space. Rather than occupying the space of conventional range the Fold-Away GAS burners are installed right in the kitchen wall! At mealtime, you simply lower the burners as many as yaw need —onto the counter top. When dinner is over, fold them up again, and yQur counter is com pleteiy fref and uncluttered. The automatic oven Quaker City QUAKER CITY L. D. Her rick attended the monthly meet ing of the Guernsey County Lib rary in Cambridge, Wednesday. New officers elected for the coming year (starting in July) commander, Cyril Hendershot first vice commander, Everest Leslie Rigel, Jr. second vice commander, Joe Webster adju tant, Frances Long finance of ficer, Harry Eberle Sgt. at arms Hoyt Carpenter and chaplain Forest Thomas program com mittee, C. S. Hendershot Ralph Triplett, John Ullman, Jr. and Forest Thomas for Memorial day committee to decorate graves, Robert Eschbaugh, Francis Long, Red Digel and Forest Thomas. Personals Mr. and Mrs. Don Bick and daughter, of Columbus, spent the weekend with her mother Mrs. Irene Geisey and family. Those who attended the pic ture "The Man Called Peter" at Cambridge Methodist church on Tuesday evening were Rev. Robert Zinsmeister, Mrs. Mar tha Morgan, Carol June Morgan, Linda Loveall, Betty Jean Eberle, Carolyn Floyd, Joyce Long, Bob Spratt, Harry John son and Terry Morgan. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Dearth and children spent Saturday evening with Mr. and Mrs. Cyril Hendershot. Mrs- Margaret Hendershot left Sunday to spend a few weeks with her brother, T. R. Hazard and wife, of Cambridge. Mr?. Inez Parker was remov ed from Guernsey Memorial hos pital, Cambridge, to the home of her nieces, Mrs. Ancil and Sarah Miilbough, 951 Glenmood Ave., Newark, Ohio. Mrs. Carol Carpenter left last Thursday to join her husband, A 3/c Leon Carpenter who is now stationed at Wichita Falls, Texas. Dr. Joseph Heskauskas of St. Francis hospital staff, Cam bridge, was the speaker at the Rotary club last Wednesday nite. He was under communist rule until six years ago in his native Lithunania. The senior class of the Quaker City high school left Saturday night by train for their senior trip to Washington, D. C.. Supt. A. L. Hughes and Mrs. Marie Hall of the high school faculty accompanied them. Bert Thompson and St. Clair, members of the local Rotary club attended a district Rotary confer ence at Lake Hope, near Athens, over the weekend. Alvin Spencer, of Athens and Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Hartley and son, of Cambridge, spent the weekend with their mother, Mrs. Gertrude Spencer. and broiler are built in the wan, too. Tiny kitchen or big kitchen the Fold-Away GAS burners open the way to new glamor, new cooking eose. fw:: -'if Th« Cat Company can turnish you with complete information on ali brands of Built-in Gas Rangot. Patten's Appliance Center Donald D. Nichols HOBUS T8W NOBLE TOWNSHIP Moth er's Day will be Sunday, May 3, in case anyone has forgotten which isn't likely for "mother is the dearest person on earth." New Addition Well. Dale and Francie are doing their share toward popul ating Belle Valley their con tribution a? of last Friday, April 29, is a boy named Michael James Milligan. Mother and baby are doing well in Guernsey Memorial hospital, Cambridge (expected home Wednesday, May 4). Daddy is with grandma Mil ligan and sister Cheryl at grand pa and grandma Bates. Club Meet3 The Belle Valley Homemakers club enjoyed a very nice day at the home of Nora Stewart on Thursday, April 28. Goldie Pres ton was in charge of the pro gram. Ida McMannis won the contest prize and "booby" prize went to Gladys Balev. Iva Car nes drew door prize. Thirteen members answered to roll call and Mrs. Hazel Starr and Char les were present as guests. Next meeting is scheduled to be held at Lucy Feldner's time and project will be announced in my news letter at a later date. Enjoy Visit Jim Bates and Glen Worthing ton went "nortTi" instead of "west"' last weekend spend ing the nite in Akron and on to Cleveland Sunday for a "double header" ball game, with Cleve land winning each time. To Hospital Friday evening, April 29, Del ores Barnhouse was admitted to Guernsey Memorial hospital where she remains a patient at this writing it seems that our community taken as a whole is enjoying remarkably good health at present. Personals Recent guests of Mrs. Leona Davis and Mrs. Betty Charleton and children were Mr. and Mrs. Matt Cain of Three Forks Mrs. Mcr.y Smith and M-.v. Belle V I e' I LEWIS E. YOUNG, Manager Nnrth Strppf—.r.'ilrtw'p'l TT PLEASE WRITE NOW FOR YOUR ROCK OF AGES BOOK UCT ON HOW TO CHOOS1 A FAMILY MONUMENT! For Sunday Appointments Phone 268-M Or See Lewis E. Young, 845 Walnut Street. I rV* ^Sjv i 1 Page Five—4 =3* 'SUP B'flEFS Rogers of Caldwell (nieces of aunt Leone) Charles Harry Charleton of Massillon and L3ir* ain Page of Lodi, were weekend guests. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Davis, of Zanesville, were din ner guests on Sunday. Mr. Clarence Dennis is visiting his sister-in-law, Mrs. LilliMI Dennis, of Alliance. After a prolonged visit in New Mexico, Mrs. Ruby Anderson is back home in Belle Valley. Mr. and Mrs. George Reed and son, Steven were weekend gueita of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Reed. On Sunday we were glad to receive a little visit from Mr. and Mrs. Bill Schell, of Canton, former residents of Bond's Ridge. Certainly enjoyed Wednesday evening with Ora and Lucille Bond of Hoskinsville store—and it was so nice seeing Mrs. Frank Bond Willey again (Ora's moth er). MT. T&BOR MT. TABOR XTXJ.0- viis Mar tin visited Mrs. Orville Okey on Monday afternoon. Miss Elsie Wright visited Mrs. Otis Martin and Mrs. Orville Okey, Tuesday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Mallett and daughters, Janice and Lynne visited Miss Elsie Wright, the past Sunday evening. Mr. and Mr^. Neal Stephens and daughters, Ann and Lyrtft visited Mr. and Mrs. Otis Martin and family, Saturday evening. Mr. Reed Thompson was call ing on Mrs. Otis Martin, Friday evening. Mrs. -Otis Martin and daugh ters, Verna and Nancy Lee and sens, Terry and Jerry visited Mr. Frank Wright and daughter. Elsie, Sunday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Delbert Shackle and Cleon Leasure visited Mr. and Mrs. Otis Martin and family on SundiiV evening. Guernsey Memorials, Inc. i,, 'A 1 iV" /I See all the amazing new features in the 1955 GAS Ranges Now on Display at Your GAS Range Dealers or /the o^To fuel Barnhart's Appliance Brady's Appliances W p'~ fx.