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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
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MIKE'S
TIRE SHOP
"Success*1? Tc» Your
Goodyear Store"
Phone 200
Caldwell, Ohio
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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
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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-
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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.
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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
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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
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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
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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.
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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
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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.
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