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Eas! Union EAST UNION Mr .••.ad Mrs. James White of Caldwell, called on Mr. and Mrs. Henry Butler on Sunday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Tucker and children and Mrs Gene Pride of Zanesville, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Tucker and children spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Tucker and family. Mr. and Mrs. Delbert Miller was visiting with relatives in Zanesville, Sunday. Barbara Finley, of Canton, spent the weekend witih Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Miller and son. Laura Blake, of Caldwell, and Eula Archer of Sarahsville routt, spent a few days the past wee k with Mr. and Mrs. Charted Stevens. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Butler were dinner guests Tuesday at Mrs. Blanche Butler and Flor ence Mallett and Kate Leasure. Mrs. Andy Misj an and chil dren, of Canton, spent a few days the past week with Mr. and Mrs. Glen Huffman and family. Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Miller and son spent Sunday evening with Mr. and Mrs. Glen Brubach and family, of Summerfield. Mrs. Blanche Butler, Florence Mallett and Kate Leasure has returned to Marysville, Sunday after spending some time at their home here. Mr. and Mrs. Jim White, of Caldwell, spent Sunday after noon with Mr. and Mrs. Henry Butler. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Stevens, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Tucker, was calling in Caldwell, Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Van Fossen, and children, spent Sun day with Mr. and Mrs. George Berry, at Whigville. Mr. and Mrs. Delbert Miller spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Jake Miller and family, at Zanes ville. Mr. and Mrs. Dwight Miller. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Feldner, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Tucker, and family, Mr. and Mrs. Delbert Miller, Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Miller and son, Roy Lee, from here, at tended the birthday party held at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Forrest Archer in honor of Lou Archer, Mary .Feldner, Edith Craig, August Fnfday, Gary Feld ner, whose birthdays are on Sep tember 17. The writer wishes It's time now to think about driving... WM i I r'k- si S tko ^§#3 withk SsAuAnnSns by GOODYEAR Up 9i% mw# ttar*fng traction Up to 39% more stopping traction Quieter operation on dry roads NEW W alter Recaps Any Design 20 *15 I. change MIKE'S TIRE SHOP "Success*1? Tc» Your Goodyear Store" Phone 200 Caldwell, Ohio Wik 8 i First Home On Lindsey Court Mr. and Mrs. Bert Van Fossen attended the stock sale at Mar ietta, Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Everett Feldner spent Sunday with their son, Martin Feldner and family, at Zanesville. Mrs. Grace Feldner was cal ling on Mrs. Grace Van Fossen, Wednesday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. George Berry spent Friday night with their daughter, Mrs. Myra Van Fos sen, and family. Mr. Sam Clark and Bill Clark, Dwight Miller is helping Bert and Kenneth Van Fossen with their barn the past week. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Feldner and Donnie Feldner, Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Carpenter, spent the weekend at the Henry Feldner home. Mrs. Blanche Butler was cal ling on Grace Van Fossen and Sadie Butler. Saturday after noon. Mr. and Mrs Bert Leisure, and children, of Summerfield, was calling on Florence Mallett, Kate Leasure, Blanche Butler, Thurs day evening. Mr. Earl Tarleton, of Marys ville was calling on his mother in-law, Mrs. Blanche Butler, the weekend. Mr. and Mrs. Dwight Miller and Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Miller, and Roy Lee, called on Mr. and Mrs. Delbert Miller, Sunday APPLIANCE NEWS! Used RCA Radio-Record player, plays 45/78. In good condition. Used Maytag Automatic Washer. ood condition. Used Whirlpool Clothes Dryer. Only $12.00 down. New Maytag (»as Range Re gular price $199.95. Special this week $169.95 BOTTLED GAS Sales and Service A connect any appliance Call us for service PATTEH'S jmuna CENHR PhnlM W i X|f Cash Oriv# bargalni. Iff LOAN PHONE 43 ... -tii Pictured above is the new home of Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Schockling, Lindsey Court, which is nearing completion. The Shockling home was the first to be constructed on the new addition platted for home development by Ernest Parry and known as Lindsey Court. It is of one-story construction, veen ered with natural stone. The size of the new home is 24 feet by 32 feet, with a 12-foot garage attached, and full basement. Dut ton and Waller are the contractors in charge. T. W. Patterson supplied the materials. them all many more happy bith days. Mr. and Mrs. Andy Mishjan, of Canton, spent Saturday at the home of Glen Huffman, and fam ily- W i Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Wells, and son Paul, of Tabor Ridge, called on Mr. and Mrs. Bert Van Fos sen. Mr. and Mrs. Steve Grywalski and son, were Friday evening guests of Mr. and Mrs. Dwight Miller. Mrs. Florence Mallett visited a little while Friday evening with Mr. and Mrs. Bert Van Fos sen. Mr. Timothy Bates and grand daughter, Barbara Finley, was Sunday evening supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Miller and son. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Schock ling, and son, of Caldwell, were visiting Sunday evening with Mr. and Mrs. Howard Thompson. Mr. and Mrs. Everett Feldner, Mr. and Mrs. Delbert Miller, Mr. and Mrs. Glen Huffman, and family, Carl Miller, Clarence and Carlos Tucker, were Saturday callers in Caldwell. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Butler were dinner guests on Tuesday*, at the Blanche Butler home, being in honor of Mr. Butlers birthday, Mr. Delbert Miller helped Kenneth Tucker build a new chimney a few days last week. Bob Miller, Johnny Miller and friends were visiting with rel atives here recently. Mr. and Mrs. Donald Berry called on Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Van Fossen, Sunday evening. Ladies, keep in mind our Homemakers Club party to be held at Mrs. Rosa Millers, Sept. 29. Walnut Ridge W A I A I I I K a n Mrs. Mose Horton were business callers at Cambridge, Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Hill and children were visitors at Mona Kirkbride recently. Mr and Mrs. Dick Leach and sons, Dennis and Terry and Alfred Parsons, of Canton and Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Smith and daughter, Alice were Sunday visitors at O. O. Horton's. Mrs. Lawrence Leasure spent Tuesday with Mrs. M. I. Horton. Mrs. Florence and Martha Hor.on spent Thursday after noon with Dorinda and Brady Smith. Hobert Feldner and family and Earl Horton were weekend visi tors with Mr. and Mrs. Mosc Horton. William Horton was a caller at Summerfield recently. David and Dale Warner have been staying with their grand ma, Mrs. Lela Smithberger while their mother, Mrs. June Warner was in the hospital at Canton. She is back home and some improved at this time. haib Pay bill*. Hov* more money new lo do thingt this foil, leant $10 to $1000 Poyments include all charge*. Thrifty 2-year plan. You nam* it. We tupply tt CASH MONTHLY IOAN i PAYMENT CASH MONTHtY LOAN PAYMENT 5.93 $500 600 750 27.13 31.86 38.84 14.49 19.80 FRANK REED INSURANCE & SURETY BONDS CALDWELL, WEST ST CALDWELL O. O. F. BLDG. OHIO rnr .lOTTRNAi,, C." S. met Thursday 'afternoon in the social rooms of the Meth odist church with Mrs. Ada Rich in charge of the devo tiorrals. Mrs. Alice Davidson and Miss Cuma Rich were co-host esses. It was decided at this time to have a noon luncheon Wed nesday for the school children and the public. Class Picnic A group of boys of the Pres byterian church with their tcacher, Donald Denver, enjoy ed an outing at Seneca Lake on Friday evening. A weiner roast was held and games played. The Class of Service held their meeting for September in the social rooms of the Methodist ohurch, Wednesday evening with Mrs. Ada Bird in charge of the program. The topic for the evening was God's Great Out-Doors with several of the members taking part. Mrs. Zelah Wilson was the hostess. 500 Club Meets The Five Hundred Club was entertained at the home of Mrs. Blanche Richey, Friday evening. Cards were -.enjpyod.at.. two tables with Mrs. Ruth Davis re ceiving the prize for (high score. This was the first meeting after the summer recess. Attends Funeral Among those from a distance attending the funeral of H. H. Morrison were Mr. and Mrs. Russell Morrison, Mr. and Mrs. Bob Bates and Mr. and Mrs. Jimmie Morrison of Canton, Mr. and Mrs. Don Basford and Mrs. Stella Berkfield, of Cambridge, and Mrs. Betty Gardner, of Byesville. Recent Moves Mr. and Mrs. Wilford Rose and family have moved from Cambridge route 6 to the Brum ley apartments. Mrs. Helen Hall has moved from the Hartley property on Mill streeet to Trail Run. The Loyal Wilson family are 4 cat.invert. mm NEW I NEW I orrto SENECAVILLE NEWS S E N E A V i e W S moving from Lore k,ity to GreenWOod. Mrs. J. I. Burns was shopping in Columbus, Thursday. Mrs. Cora Campbell, of Cam bridge, recently visited Mrs. F. M. Thompson. Mrs. Freda Kerr is spending a few weeks in Byesville. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Walton and children, of Edison, spent the weekend with ihis parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ben Walton. Supt. W. W. Wilson, Sylvian Harding and son, Ronald and Mrs. Donna Harding were callers at Rio Gande recently. Ronald entered the college Monday. Sept. 18. Mrs. E. E. Pyles accompanied her daughter, Mrs. Milton John son to Dearborn, Mich., for a visit. Mrs. Johnson had spent several days here. Mr. and Mrs. Riley McLaugh lin and children, of Alliance, and Mrs. Clara Pennell and son, Everett, of Cambridge, spent the weekend with Mrs. Alice Wil liams and Mrs. Hattie Wallace. Mr. and Mrs. Bruno Base, of Cleveland, are visiting his par ents, Mr. and Mrs. John Base. Mr. and Mrs. Russell Devine and children, of Worthington and Louis G. Woods, of Colum bus, spent the past week with the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. M. F. Devine. Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Basford have returned after visiting Mr. and Mrs. Albert Richey in Co lumbus. Herschel Boothe, of Colum bus, recently visited his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Boothe. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Win land, of Cleveland, spent the weekend with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Chauncey Winland. Mrs. David Kirk and children, of Antrim, spent Saturday with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Neuhaft. J. I. Burns and a group of oil men flew from Zanesville Friday morning for Connecticut and J' ft* NEW! Bigger capacities! New Driverized Cabs I New lifeguard safety features! New styling, new Over 280 models, from Pickups to BIG JOBS! They're Piston tray# I savtd. Short Short Strok* dotign cuts engine friction, gets more mable power from every gallon of gas. Only Ford hag it in every engine. Four Months Old I .P* it DEBORA SUE CRUM Debora Sue is the four months old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Crum, of Belpre. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Crum, of Caldwell route, are the paternal grandparents and Mr. and Mrs. Garold Loop, of Caldwell route 4, are the maternal grandpar ents. other New England states. Mrs. lima Berry, of Colum bus, visited her father, Bert Corwin the past week. Mrs. Ruth Rabish is a patient at G. M. hospital where she is receiving treatment lor a heart ailment. FIRE ALARM The Caldwell fire department answered an alarm at 3:05 on Thursday afternoon back of Semon's dry cleaning plant, North street, when a government filled bin of corn caught on fire. There was no damage reported with the fire laddies answering the call in four minutes after the alarm was sounded. A workman was fumigating the bins and the fire is believed to lhave started from a dropped cigarette. n j******#'*' jr i&as More horsepower in every mode! u o 2 6 o e Every engine Short Stroke I "leadership look"! here—new Ford Trucks for '86, with ft wealth of advancements that make them the greatest Money Makers ever offered to truck buyers! Now—Ford gives you a choice of seven Short Stroke Y-8's and a Short Stroke Six. Horsepower increases in every model—by as much as 26%. More power to get you rolling faster, save you time all the way! More horsepower per dollar than any other truck line—proved by comparisons of net horsepower and suggested list prices of all trucks! New Driverized Cabs with full-wrap windshields cut driving strain. New Lifeguard steering wheel and Lifeguard door latches give you protection you can't get in any other truck! See the new Ford Truck* row, at your Ford Daalar'ai ON DISPLAY FRIDAY-8KB YOUR NEIGHBORHOOD FORD DEALER 0. H. P1CKINPAU6H—315 Was! Street—Caldwell, Ohio PORT BLINK— ine Dor cas class can now point with pride to the new cistern all com pleted. The men responded and did a good work. What is needed is a good rain to finish the job but not "Hurrican Iona" that we hear is headed our way. Can onyone tell us why they are named for women? At Homecoming' Mr. and Mrs. Howard Lewis visited their daughter, Mrs. Rudy Combs and family, Saturday and on Sunday they attended the homecoming of the Methodist church at Centerville. We have no report from the "Shafer's church homecoming" which we hope was well attend ed. Two preachers, Rev. Brown and Kathary, also the young people's choir were sent from our church. Sunday Guests Mrs. Elsie Batten, of Lowell, was a Sunday visitor at the Mamie Antill home then she and Mrs. Antill called at the Harry Barlow home on Smith's Ridge where they visited with Clyde Barlow and family also visitors and Mrs. Stella Smith Barlow, mother of Harry and Clyde. Hold Shower A pink and blue shower was given by members of the Eastern Star at the home of Mr. Dan Farley and family for their daughter, Mrs. Norma Diehl. A large crowd was present and a lot of useful gifts were received. Delicious refreshments were served and all departed at a late hour. Personals Mr. Floyd Thompson and fam ily spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Lorey, of Cald well route. They also visited with Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Forshey of Harriettsville. The Thompson family include chubby little Jeaney, just one year old. Don't forget "the homecoming" at the Macksburg church next Sunday, Sept. 25. A dinner for if No other truck gives you all of these '56 features NMWI 8-ft. K-ton Model F-100 Express for bulky loads. Also, popular 6^-ft. Pickup. GVW rating 5,000 lbs. NEW I Deep -center Lifeguard steering wheel helps protect driver from steering column in an accident. Only Ford has it! No extra cost. NtWI Lifeguard door latches give added protection against doors jarring open on vehicle impact another Ford Truck safety exclusive. NtWI 12-volt electrical sys tem for better starting, better performance, greater electri cal reserve. NtWI "Special" Y-8 engines with exclusive hood air scoop, 4-barreI carburetor and dual exhaust system ... for extra power and performance! Th u i sd a v, n) ber 22, 1955 PORT BLINKEY ctii win be sei »ui. The weeds are drying up and it won't be long till Jack Frost will finisih. So since we have no "Street Commissioner" we'll con tinue to travel the road. Mr. and Mrs. Don- Dutton and Mrs. Daisy Warren, of Cam bridge, called on their uncle, C* M. Goodwill on Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Cunning ham, of Caldwell, called on Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Blake recently. Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Murrey, of Macksburg, accompanied Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Blake to Barnesville and Woodsfield recently. They were callers at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Emmett L. Kirk, of Barnesville. Crooked Tree CROOKED TREE Mr. and Mrs. James Danford of Water ford. visited with Mr. and Mrs. (Jr. E. Chandler, Sunday and at tended the funeral of Mrs. Mar garet Rainey. Mr. and Mrs. Larry Arnold and children, of Columbus, visit ed her parents, Mr. and Mrs. WHI. Theiss and family. Willard Farson, of Cuyahoga Falls, and Mrs. Cora Lamp, of Dexter City, called at the Curtis Lamp home, Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Harriman and children, of near Middle burg, called at tlhe G. E. Chand ler home, Sunday evening. Russell and George Chandler were a^t Marietta last Tuesday. Mr. Ind Mrs. Ed Smith, of Zanesville, called on their son, Howard Smith and family, Sun day. Hanford Chandler, of Macks burg, called on his father, G. XL Chandler, Friday evening. Ed Chandler, of New Castle, Pennsylvania, spent the week end with his mother, Mrs. Lila Chandler. A foe to God was never a friend to man. fc. W Exciting nw functional styling draws all eyes to the finest trurks on the American road—new Fords! NtWI Tubeless tires run 25® cooler, give extra mileage, re fist blowouts! Standard on every Ford Truck! NtWI Master-Guide Power Steering now available on most conventional and a Forward BIG JOBS. NtWI Sodium-cooled exhaust valves in heavy-duty engines operate as much as 225° cooler, last far longer! NtWI Full-wrap windshield standard on all cabs. New full-wrap rear window for easier backing, parking, ma neuvering. 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