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IARON Sharon Woman's
stian Temperance Union met
te home of Miss Leota Wind
Wednesday afternoon, May
resident Anna Archibald,
pit ided. Meeting opened with
"Let the Beauty of Jesus."
*Irs. Jessie Marquis led de
lonals. Worship theme, "The
Worthy of a Child." Scripture
n Matt. 18:1-5 19:13-15.
Minnie Marquis led in prayer.
ort business session was held
lowed by a program of read
s' and piano music by Mrs.
nie Marquis. Meeting closed
Aaronic benediction.
Sick List
!c. T. L. Marquis has been
tned to his bed for several
with a severe cold, order
v on pneumonia and a heart
ent.
Clonals
i rs. Pauline Sampson, of Chi
111., Mrs. Norma Bodkins
ind daughter, Linda, of Indiana,
v! Mrs. Letitia1 Steen were
inng with Mrs. Steen's broth-
John Martin and family of
i' McConnelsville, Wednes
i.i
Mr. and Mrs. Ben Dovenbarg
id Judy, of Conesville, visit
'i 'ith Mr. and Mrs. R. T. Dov
rger and Riley, Saturday,
ang callers were Mrs. Iva
art and daughter, Bernice.
and Mrs. A. O. Hughes, of
bridge, were calling on
ds here on Wednesday.
and Mrs. Graydon Jen-
Clarence, Larry and
ia Lee of near New Con
ni o, were calling on his grand
nuiiier, Mrs. Maud Jennings and
ther relatives here, Sunday.
B. B. Wheeler, of Caldwell,
nd Mrs. Marie Morrison, were
calling on Mrs. J. N. Winder
and other friends, Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Ray Hogue and
Deltin of Alliance, spent the
weekend with her Barents, Mr.
and Mrs. F. B. Boyd.
Mrs. Cora Marquis, Deanna
nd Tommy are visiting with
I and Mrs. Bert Lower at On
., Calif.
Mr. and Mrs. Orville Borden-1
*vs and children and Mrs.
en Rohrig, of Plainfield,
!d at the Bernard Boyd
ome, Sunday evening.
Mr. and Mrs. Allen Addis, of
well, Mr. and Mrs. James
of Greenwood, Indiana,
i calling on Mr. and Mrs.
Elii^ Eicher one day last week.
(. harles Wilson spent Wednes
day with John Parrish.
Mr. and Mrs. Dale Caldwell,
of near Olive Green, Mr. and
Mrs. Sam Cartell and children,
of Hiramsburg, visited with
their parents, Mr. and Mrs. O.
B. Caldwell, Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. John Barnhouse
and sons, of Caldwell, spent
Sunday with her parents, Mr.
and Mrs. Frank Jennings.
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Mr. and Mrs. A1 Green and
children, of Lewis Center, Ohio,
were calling on Mr. and Mrs. T.
L. Marquis and Eva May, Sun
day. Monday guests were Mr.
and Mrs. J. W. McCutcheon, of
Zanesville.
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Ramsey,
Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Ramsey
and Mrs. Belle Boyd were at
Chesterhill, Wednesday, attend
ing he funeral of their cousin,
Harold Woods.
Mr. and Mrs. Beryl Picken
paugh and Jessie June, Mr. and
Mrs. Clayton Burner, Edna and
Happy Foraker, Chloe Long,
Mr. "and Mrs. Pat Erwin, Mr.
and Mrs. Joe Parrish, Mr. and
Mrs. Victor Smith and Mr. J.
B. Parrish visited with Mrs.
Jessie Parrish at Memorial hos
pital, Marietta the past week.
Mr. and Mrs. Roy Ellison and
children spent Sunday with Mr.
and Mrs. Kenyon Boyd and Jay.
Mr. and Mrs. Char/es Cain, of
Canton, are visiting with their
daughters, Mrs. Edna Wiley and
Mrs. Lucille Marquis and fam
ilies.
Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Walters and
Judy called on Mr. and Mrs. F.
W. Archibald, Sunday evening.
Riley Dovenbarger, Jr., called
on Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Archer.
Charles Morrison and niece,
Audrey, of Canton, visited with
his parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. D.
Morrison and brother, Dale Mor
rison and family.
Summerfield it.
SUMMERFIELD ROUTE—Re
cent guests at the home of Arza
Warner were Mrs. Rose Bates,
Ray and Roy Bates, of Cald
well route, Mr. and Mrs. Clyde
King, Mrs. Edith King, Sum
merfield route, Mr. and Mrs.
Charles Warner, Summerfield
route, Mr. and Mrs. Harrison
Warner, Caldwell route, D. R.
Danford, Summerfield route, B.
F. King, Verna and Lewis War
ner, Summerfield route, S. J.
King and Mr. and Mrs. Elvin
Hutchins, Caldwell.
C. C. King, of Pine George,
Va., visited the weekend with
Mrs. Fred Gordon.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Warner
and Bertie Ball were dinner
guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ernest
Cline, Zanesville, Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. B. F. King cele
brated their 55th wedding anni
versary, Thursday. Due to ill
health, they are making their
home with a daughter, Mr. and
Mrs. Arza Warner, route 2. A
chicken dinner was given at the
home, in their honor.
Dinner was served to Mr. and
Mrs. King, Bertie Ball, Pearl and
Crystal Stottsberry, Mr. and
Mrs. Warner and son, Lewis.
They received many nice cards
and best wishes on their cele
bration.
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Clark Jones, of Canton, spenf
the weekend with her daughter,
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Robinson
and family.
Mr. and Mrs. Laverne Carter
and son, Lee, of Navarre, spent
the weekend with Hayes Carter
and Mr. and Mrs. Norval Carter.
Mrs. Edna Arnold visited Mrs.
Maggie Cooper, Saturday even
ing.
Mr. and Mrs. Bill Davis and
son, Donnie, of Sardinia, spent
the weekend with Mr. and Mrs.
Walter Davis and familv. Sun
day guests were Mr. and Mrs.
Lester Carter and daughter,
Clyta and Mrs. Ella Belle Cater
of Pleasant Hill.
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Robinson
visited Mr. and Mrs. Fred Gor
don and family one evening last
week.
Rev. Clyde Still, of Hoskins
ville, was visiting in this com
munity, Monday evening.
G. C. King of Prince George,
Va., Mrs. Marjorie Ross and
daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Walter
Grimm of Marietta, Mr. and
Mrs. Robert Lee and son, of
Harrittsville, Floyd Gordon and
Mary Davis were visitors at the
home of Fred Gordon, Saturday.
Mrs. Edna VanDyne and
daughter, Winifred, visited Mrs.
Clarice Wickham Saturday after
noon.
Mr. and Mrs. John Beattey
spent Sunday afternoon with
Mrs. Rose Bates and sons, Gil
man and Wayne of near Mt.
Ephraim.
Miss Betty Jane Williams, of
Mt. Ephraim, spent Saturday
night with Miss Wanda Davis.
Ml. Ephraim
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Mrs. Clyde Archer, of Caldwell,
spent Sunday with Hai'ry Miley
and daughters.
Mr. and Mrs. John Cloveebalk
of Cambridge, visited Saturday
evening with Mrs. Edith Wil
liams and son.
Mr. and Mrs. Harrison Warn
er and family, of near Belle Val
ley, spent Sunday with Mrs.
Hazel Powell.
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Powell
and daughters spent Sunday
afternoon with Mr. and Mrs.
Warren Miley and daughter,
Betty at Pleasant City.
The Woman's Society of
Christian Service will meet on
Thursday afternoon at the home
of Grace Miley with Ardith
Miley as companion hostess.
Miss Margaret Shackles, of
Cambridge, spent Sunday after
noon with Mrs. Luella Pringle.
Mr. and Mrs. Edward Bates
and family and Mr. and Mrs.
Hubert Hayman, of Lore City,
visited Sunday with Mr. and
Mrs. William Bates.
Mr. and Mrs. Freddie Pqwell
and Mr. and Mrs. Frank Mc
Vicker spent Sunday with Mr.
and Mrs. Ralph Anderson and
sons.
Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Wil
liams and son and Mrs. Cora
Williams, of Akron, spent Wed
nesday with Mrs. A. N. Secrest.
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Caldwell, Ohio
THE JOOTWAL, CALDWEIX, OHTO
Special Assembly
RUiJEHT C. CLAHK.
A lecture-demonstration of
television transmission will be
given by Robert C. Clark, of
Cleveland, public relations sup
ervisor for the Ohio Bell Tele
phone company, before an
assembly of the student body at
Belle Valley village school at
9:00 a. m., Thursday, May 19.
In explaining and demonstrat
ing the principles of radar and
the use of micro-waves in trans
mitting television pictures, Clark
will use special apparatus to
show micro-waves may be re
flected, bent, made to go around
corners and concentrated into
narrow beams.
He will also describe the Bell
System Coaxial cable network,
which augments the radio relay
system in carrying both network
television programs and regular
long distance telephone messages
frorrt one city to another.
Clark has been with the Ohio
Bell for 26 years. Previous to his
entry into the telephone business,
he was in the sales field and
employment work and then in
the advertising departments of
newspapers in Detroit, Akron
and Canton.
Science students from Cald
well high school, Dexter City
and Sarahsville schools were in
vited by Principal Harry E. Fast
to attend this special assembly.
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sheepish in wolf's clothing.
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MIDDLEBURG Mr. and
Mrs. Joe Morrison and daughter,
Sherry Ann, Mr. and Mrs. J. H.
Morrison, Mrs. Kathryn Poland
and Dick and Beverly were Sun
day guests of Mr. and Mrs. Edgar
Yenj?le and family of Pleasant
City.
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Thomp
son and sons were callers at
vCaldwell, Saturday.
Bill Brotton and Walter
Ei'.tadt were callers at Cam
br'dge, Friday.
l.Tarry Pryor and son, Blake,
of near Lower Salem, were call
ers at Caldwell, Friday.
Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Clark and
son, of Caldwell, visited Sunday
afternoon with Mr. and Mrs.
Leland Clark and sons here.
Mr. and Mrs. John Morrison
and daughters, Barbara and
Judy and Mrs. Joe Shott and
son spent Sunday evening with
Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Morrison and
family.
Mr. and Mrs. Bede Schoep
pner and daughter, Virginia, of
Cumberland, Mr. and Mrs. Andy
Kitchella and family, of Cum
berland, Mr. and Mrs. Amiel
Ritterbeck and son. of Akron,
Eddie Rohreg, of FuLda, were
Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs.
Harry Thompson and family.
Mr. and Mrs. Richard Dillon
and son, of Zanesville, spent the(
weekend with Mrs. Theresa
Huffman and family, of Rado.
Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Morrison,
Edgar Yeagle, Mrs. Dorothy
Morrison and daughter, Sherry,
Dick and Beverly Poland visited
Seneca Lake, Sunday afternoon.
Mr. and Mrs. Winford Dearth
and family, of Zanesville, were
visitors in town Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Pareell and
daughters, spent Sunday with
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Mitchell.
Mr. and Mrs. Jim McCune, of
Cambridge, visited last week
with Mr. and Mrs. James Mor
rison and sons.
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Clark
and sons, of Caldwell, spent Sun
day with relatives here.
Edward Gildow spent Sunday
with his mother, Mrs. Gene Gil
dow.
Earl Hayes spent the weekend
with his wife and family.
Jackie Morrison returned
home after visiting for three
weeks at Mrs. Jim Cune, of Cam
bridge.
Mrs. Laurie Harriman and sons
spent Sunday afternoon with
Mr. and Mrs. Jim Morrison and
family.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Mitchell
attended the races at Zanesville,
Sunday night.
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Mr. and Mrs. Walter Mitchell
and Esther Schott and son were
callers of relatives here on Sun
day.
Several from here attended
the baccalaureate services at
Dexter City, Sunday night.
Rev. and Mrs. John Grimes
were callers at Mr. and Mrs. Roy
Gildow and daughters, Saturday
evening.
Wilson Poling, Mrs. Ruth
Hayes, Mrs. Lucille Clark and
Mrs. Bertha Hayes were callers
in Parkersburg, Wednesday.
Mr, and Mrs. Roy Gildow and
daughters spent Sunday even
ing with Mr. and Mrs. Frank Gil
dow and family, ot Macksburg.
Mr. and Mrs. James Morrison
and sons, Mr. and Mrs. Edson
Clark and Mrs. Bertha Hayes
were callers at Caldwell, Mon
day forenoon.
Mr. and Mrs. Leland Clark
and Mr. and Mrs. Walter Clark
visited little Lynn Barnett at
the Memorial hospital, Marietta,
Sunday evening. Lynn was in
auto accident Thursday noon.
Everyone hopes her a speedy
recover.
Elba
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was a business caller at Cald
well, Tuesday.
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Hughey,
Jr. and family spent Saturday
evening with Mr. and Mrs.
Dwight Hughey at Rinard's
Mills.
B. C. Schillings, of Cambridge,
vspent the weekend with Mr. and
Mrs. John Hesson.
Miss Marilyn Barnhill and
Miss Virginia Stack, of Chicago,
111., spent the weekend with Mrs.
Carrie Stack.
Recent visitors of Mr. and Mrs.
Alfred Linton were Stanley
Green, of Tampa, Fla., Clara
Clark, of Zanesville, Henry
Gi'een and Rosa Secrest, of
Pleasant City, Dores Kennen, of
Caldwell, Walter Linton, of
Marietta, Everett Owens, and
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Antill, of
Sterling.
Mr. and Mrs. N. E. Dyer, of
Logan, were recent visitors of
Mr. and Mrs. Harold Williams.
Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Hesson,
Gladys Hesson, Wilma Jackson,
Mrs. Don Hesson and daughter
were in Caldwell, Saturday.
Clem Lori, John Wilson, of
Lower Salem, Mr. and Mrs.
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Mr. and. Mrs. Vernon West, of
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William T. (Bill) Robertson
completed 20 years service with
the Ohio Power company, of
Cambridge, on May 8. Mr.
Robertson started with this com
pany on May 8,1935 as a ground
man and during the years has
been advanced until he is now
district serviceman for this area.
Active in civic affairs of the
community, Mr. Robertson is a
member of the local Methodist
church, Caldwell Boosters club,
Noble County Fish & Game club,
Moose lodge and the Noble
County Chamber of Commerce.
Henry Lori, of Wingett Run,
were recent callers of Mr. and
Mrs. J. W. Hughey, Jr.
Mrs. Cecil Schob and daugh
ter, of Warner, spent Friday
with Mrs. Betty Goodwill.
Mr. and Mrs. Harold Williams
spent the weekend with Mr. and
Mrs. Robert Hill, of Zanesville.
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Hughey, Jr.
and family were in Marietta, Fri
day
Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Swain were
in Marietta, Saturday.
Clara Reed was in Caldwell on
Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Schob have
moved from Warner to Elba last
week.
Mr. and Mrs. Merle Hickle and
family, of Byesville, spent Sun
day with Mr. and Mrs. A. E.
Swain.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Hale spent
Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Henry
Hughey.
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EAST rK*ION Mr nd Mrs.
Hemy Ft_-.aiicr and son, Gary,
and Mr. and Mrs. Edward Feld
ner, of Canton, visited with Mr.
and Mrs. Bernard Carpenter, of
Cambridge, Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Edward Feldner,
of Canton, visited with Mr. and
Mrs. M. Z. Kirkbride and family
and Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Hill
and son, of Summerfield route,
this past weekend.
A pot luck dinner was enjoyed
recently in the home of Mr. and
Mrs. Willard Love, of Woods
field route, honoring Mrs.
Jeanette Cass, of Woodsfield
route and Mrs. Henry Feldner.
of East Union.
Guests were: Mr. and Mrs.
Clesson Love, Mr. and Mrs. Joe
Love, Mr. and Mrs. Lonnie Lover
Mr. and Mrs. Lonnie Barkem
law, Mr. and Mrs. Willard Love,
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Feldner and
son Gary, Merle Cass and daugh
ter, Becky, Mr. and Mrs. Bernard
Carpenter, Sally and Naneif
Johnson, Miss Arilla Carpenter,
Mr. and Mrs. Earl Christy and
daughters and Mr. and Mrs.
Bryan Lee.
Walnut Ridge
Horton and family, of Alliance,
spent a few days recently witii
Mr. and Mrs. William Horton.
Mr. and Mrs. Bernard HiU
and son were recent visitors
at
Mona Kirkbride's.
Mr. and Mrs. Jim Horton and
daughter, Cristy and Mr. and
Mrs. O. O. Horton spent Sua
day afternoon with Mr. and Mrs*
Calvin Smith and daughter,
Alice. It being the latter's birth
day. Refreshments of ice cream
and cake were served.
Mr. and Mrs. Hidge King
were recent visitors at Raymond
Smithberger's.
Mose Horton was a business
caller at Lewisville, Saturday
evening.
Mr. and Mrs. John Smithberg
er spent Sunday evening at O.
O. Horton's.
Some of the folks from here
attended funeral services for
Mrs. Adah Orr, which were held
at Mt. Tabor, Monday.
Baccalaureate services were
held Sunday evening at Sum
merfield. The graduating class
has 25 members.
Several attended the dance at
Berne, Saturday night.
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