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-By Ted W. Brown
Secretary of State of Ohio
Under the provisions of new7
election laws passed by the
101st General Assembly there
will be an elimination of the ex
pense and trouble of holding
election for "short" unexpired
terms for county offices.
Formerly, where a vacancy
occurred more than 30 days be
fore the General Election, an
election for that unexpired term
was required, even though such
term expired within two months
after the election.
Now, along with a number of
other beneficial and common
sense changes made in the elec
tion laws, effective January 1,
where the unexpired term for a
county office is scheduled to end
within one year from the date
of the General Election, the ap
pointee will hold office for the
full unexpired term.
In counties where vacancies
have occurred in the offices of
county commissioner (the one
whose term expires in 1959) and
the officc of county auditor, these
places will be filled in the 1956
elections. This is by reason of
the fact that the terms end more
than a year from the 1956 Elec
tion.
Where a vacancy occurs in
either of these two offices be
fore September 27, 1956 (40 days
before the General Election) an
election for the unexpired term
shall be held.
—Personals—
Weekend visitors at the home
of Mrs. Beatrice Jennings, of
Sharon, were Mr. and Mrs. John
Barnhouse and sons, of Caldwell
Mr. and Mrs. John Balog and
son and Shirley Jennings, of
Zanesville.
Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Oliver, Mr.
and Mrs. Wilbur Oliver, Mr. and
Mrs. Dean Oliver and Dick Gib
son, of Summerfield, were re
cent guests in the home of Mr.
and Mrs. Robert Mathers.
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Wlicaton
of Columbus, spent the weekend
with Mr. and Mrs. Howard Tar
leton, of Caldwell.
Miss Lillian Snider, of Cald
well route, spent the weekend
with friends in Columbus and
Lancaster.
Mr. and Mrs. William Phelps
and children, of Canton, were
Saturday guests in the home of
Mrs. Phelps' parents, Mr. and
Mrs. M. L. Rayner, of Ava.
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More than 4,100.000 Cub Scouts,
Boy Scouts. Explorers, and adult
leaders throughout the nation
will observe Boy Scout Week.
February 6 to 12, marking the
46th anniversary of the Boy
Scouts of America.
Since 1910, Scouting has served
over 24,500,000 boys and adult
leaders.
The new Four Year Program,
"Onward for God and My Coun
try," is launched in 1956 to help
prepare America's boys to live
(p&AAxjnal
Mr. and Mrs. Wade Longfellow
and children, and Mr. and Mrs.
Percy Head, of near Dudley,
were Sunday visitors of Mr. and
Mrs. Ernest Parry, of North
street.*
Mr. and Mrs. Kolliii Thorla,
of Caldwell, were Sunday din
ner guetts at the hume of Mr.
and Mrs. Lynn Thorla, near
Hiramsburg.
Mr. and Mirs. William Davis,
of Caldwell, visited recently
with Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Davis,
of Cambridge.
Sherry Conn, of Cambridge,
visited recently with her grand
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Harry
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Boy Scout Week observances
will feature rededication cere
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of the nation's 104,000 units at
their meeting places on Febru
ary 8, the actual birthday of
Scouting in America. Demonstra
tions and exhibits will drama
tize the purposes of the Boy
Scouts of America and its rich
heritage.
Wlsmiion
Mrs. Charles Patten, Mrs.
Charles Doan, Miss Jean Moore,
Miss Arlene Morris, Mrs. Jessie
Finley and son, Terry, of Cald
well, visited recently with Mrs.
Jennie James at the Contented
rest home in Cambridge.
Mr. and Mrs. Donald Sanford
and daughter, Carmen Lee, and
Mrs. Beatrice Sanford, of Colum
bus, visited last weekend with
Mrs. Angie Bates of Senecaville
route 1.
Mr. and Mrs. E. F. Stephens,
Mr. and Mrs. Forest Archer and
Mr. and Mrs. Dean Oliver, of
Summerfield, spent Friday even
ing with W. H. Snyder and Mil
flrori Hnnnuvn.
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THE JOURNAL, CAtDWEIX. OHIO
-DEATH NOTICES-
Lewis W. Williami
Lewis Whetzel Williams, 85,
died at the home of his daugh
ter, Geraldine Fulton, Pleasant
City route 2, Tuesday evening,
at 7:00 o'clock, following an ill
ness for the past six weeks.
Mr. Williams was born Dec.
12. 1870 at Mt. Ephraim, a son
of the late Elisha and Mary
Vearheas Williams.
He was united in marriage
with Emma Alma Smith on Aug.
20, 1901. She preceded him in
death 18 years ago.
Mr. Williams was a well
known farmer in Noble, Wash
ngton and Guernsey counties.
He had been a member of the
I.O.O.F. lodge at Senecaville for
58 years and the Church of
Christ at Mt. Ephraim.
Surviving are his only daugh
ter, Geraldine Fulton three
grandchildren, Verna May, Wil
liam Kay and Alberta Jean Ful
ton, all of the home two sisters,
Joehana Glover of Buffalo and
Flo Cline of Zanesville three
brothers, Luther of Pekin, 111.,
Frank and Homer of Buffalo,
and several nieces and nephews.
One son of the deceased died in
nfancy. One sister and one
brother also preceded him in
death.
The body was prepared for
burial at the Murphy funeral
home in Caldwell and returned
to the Fulton home Wednesday
evening.
Funeral services will be held
Friday afternoon at 1:00 o'clock
from the Fulton home on Pleas
ant City route 2, with Rev. R. D.
Cunningham officiating. Inter
ment will be made in Olive
cemetery by the Murphy funeral
home.
^rs. Josephine Williams
Mrs. Josephine Davis Williams,
7, of Macksburg, died Monday
afternoon at 3:30 o'clock at the
Shields rest home in Zanesville
where she had been
a
patient
for one year.
Born Dec. 21, 1878 in New
Cumberland, Ohio, she was a
laughter of Samuel and Mary
Barnes Davis. She had spent
most of her life in the Macks
burg community. Her husband,
Al, died in 1938.
Mrs. Williams was a member
of the Macksbung Methodist
church, the Dorcas class, Wo
men's Society of Christian Ser
vice, and Pythian Sisters lodge
of Elba.
She is survived by two sons,
Donald of Macksburg, and Carl
of Canton a daughter, Mrs.- Mary
Hartshorn of Zanesville
brother, Walter Davis of Canton
six grandchildren and five great
grandchildren.
Funeral services will'be held
today (Thursday) at 2:00 p. m.
the Macksburg Methodist
church with Rev. William Kath
ary and Rev. Walter Brown of
ficiating. Burial will be in the
Crooked Tree cemetery.
The body will remain at the
McVay funeral home in Dexter
City until the hour of services.
Gladys V. Finley
Miss Gladys Vivian Finley, 44,
of Columbus,- died unexpectedly
at 8:15 p. m. Sunday at the home
of her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Homer Finley of Mill street. She
had been suffering from a heart
condition.
Miss Finley had arrived at the
home of her parents in Caldwell
on Saturday evening.
She was born June 27, 1911
near Senecaville, the daughter
of Homer and Mae Davis Finley.
She had resided in Columbus for
the past 25 years where she was
employed with the State Indus
1 rial Commission. She was
member of the Presbyterian
church and the Pythian Sisters
lodge.
Surviving in addition to her
parents are five sisters, Mrs
Pauline Rich of Grove City, Mrs
Kathryn Ankrom of Quaker City
route 1, Mrs. Irene Edgar of
Summerfield, and 'Mrs. lloslyn
Merrill of Columbus, and Mrs
Sarah Caldwell of Caldwell route
6 one brother, Deltan Finley of
Pleasant City 15 nieces and
nephews.
Funeral services were con
ducted Wednesday afternoon at
1:30 o'clock from Ihe McVay
funeral home with Rev. Floyd
R. Gaugler officiating. Burial
was in the Senecaville cemetery
Granville Weekfey
Funeral services
Sunday at 2 p.
were held
111.
al the Mock
Funeral Home for Granville
Weeklcy, 77, of New Concord
who died at his home Thursday
at 8 p. m. following an illness
which lasted several months
Services were conducted by Rev
Howard Patrick and interment
was made in the New Concord
Cemetery.
He was born in Noble County
where he lived a number of
years. Later he moved to New
Concord, where he spent the
lat 40 years of his life. He vva:
member of the New Concord
Methodist Church.
Surviving are his widow, Ida
Stottsberry Weekley a son, Hall
ie Weekley of Zanesville a dan
ghter, Mrs. Buelah Buchanan of
Jackson, Mich. four grandchil
dren and two great grandchil
dren three brothers, Levi
Cambridge, McKinley of Miami
Fla.,and Wilbur of Canton, and
three sisters, Mrs. Angie Hall of
Louisville, Mrs. Katie Pizzie and
Mrs. Nettie Hinchcliff of Can
ton*
Mrs. Amy Stevens
Mrs. Amy Archer Stevens, 68,
a lifelong resident of the East
Union community, died Tuesday
evening at 9:15 o'clock at the
St. Francis hospital in Cam
bridge, following surgery.
Born Jan. 31, 1888 in Noble
county, she was the daughter of
Patrick and Susan Davis Archer.
She was a member of the East
Union Methodist church.
Her husband, Charles, died
two weeks ago.
She is survived by one son,
Paul Stevens of San Diego,
Calif. three grandchildren one
brother, Joseph Archer of Cald
well, and three sisters, Mrs.
Laura Blake of Caldwell, Mrs.
Belle Johnson of Columbus, and
Miss Beula Archer of Sarahs
villc.
The body will remain at the
McVay funeral horne pending
funeral arrangements.
4art J. Cunningham
Hart J. Cuningham, Sr., 55, of
Caldwell route 6, died Thursday
at 5:15 p. m. in his home follow
ing an illness of three years of a
heart condition.
Born May 21, 1901 in West
Virginia, he was the son of
Austin and Virginia McKinsie
Cunningham. He spent the
greater part of his life in West
Virginia, but for the last four
years had operated a grocery
store in Maple Heights.
Mr. Cunningham is survived
by his widow, Faye four sons,
Roy and Lee of Caldwell route
6, Hart, Jr., and Donald and a
daughter, Linda, all of the home
four grandchildren three broth
ers, Haskell of Parkersburg,
Mitchell of Battle Creek, Mich.,
and Oscar Cunningham of Cali
fornia two sisters, Mrs. Zanna
Robinson of Parkersburg and
Mrs. Julia Nutter of Baltimore,
Maryland.
The body was removed to the
McVay funeral home where ser
vices were held Sunday after
noon at 2:00 o'clock with Rev.
Palmer Manson, pastor of the
First Presbyterian church, of
ficiating. Burial was made in the
Olive cemetery.
Howard O. Marks
Funeral services for Howard
O. Marks, former resident of the
Ava community, were held at
the Ava Methodist church Wed
nesday at 1:30 p. m. Burial was
in the Cumberland cemetery.
Mr. Marks died Sunday even
ing in the home of his sister,
Mrs. Stanley Secrest of Cam
bridge, where he had resided
for the past eight years.
He formerly operated a gen
eral store in Ava. A son of Jacob
and Anna Moore Marks, he was
born in Noble county. He was a
member of the Ava Methodist
church and Cumberland I.O.O.F.
lodge.
In addition to his sister, Mrs.
Secrest, he leaves a nephew,
Clestus Marks of Canton, and a
niece, Mrs. Lillian Robertson oi
West Lafayette.
His wife, Lizzie Fogle Marks,
died in 1945.
The Corwin funeral home in
Cambridge was in charge ol
arranRcments.
Leora S. McAfee
Mrs. Leora S. McAtee, 74, a
native of Noble County, died
Thursday evening at her home in
Cambridge.
A daughter of Simpson and
Mary Snyder Mann, she was
born in Noble County Sept. 14
1881. She was married to Edward
McAtee, who died March 13
1955.
She is survived by three sis
ters, Mrs. Lulu Parrett of Cam
bridge, Mrs. Milo King of Bea
vertown, formerly of Belle Val
ley and Mrs. James Prince oi
Stafford, and several nieces and
nephews.
Mrs. McAtee was a member oJ
the First Methodist Church.
Private funeral services wen
held Monday at 1:30 p. m. from
the McCracken Funeral Home
with Dr. Charles F. Jones of the
First Methodist Church officiat
ing. Burial followed in the North
wood ccmetery.
Mrs. Sarah Jackson
Mrs. Sarah Ceola Jackson, 68,
of Cambridge, died Sunday at
10:10 p. m. at the home of her
sister, Mrs. Martha Smith, also
of Cambridge.
Born Oct. 19, 1887 in Noble
county, she was a daughter of
Isaiah and Mary Ripley Groves
She was a member of the Mt
Hope Methodist church and had
been employed at Cambridge
state hospital, ending her serv
ices there on Dec. 31.
She is survived by her hus
band, Clyde five sons two sis
tcrs 28 grandchildren and fou
.great-grandchildren.
Six brothers and three sister
are deceased.
The body was taken to the
McCracken funeral home.
John William Boyce
John William Boyce, 80, of
Marietta route 4, formerly of
Noble County, died Thursday
at 5:10 p. 111. in the Marietta
Memorial Hospital.
Born in Noble County
Dec. 4,
1369, he was the son of the late
John and Martha Carmichael
Boyce. He was married Dec. 6
1893, to the former Annie Jane
Nesselroad, who died Dec. 11
1913.
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To Seek Office
BERT VANFOSSEN
The latest Democrat to an
nounce his candidacy for Noble
county commissioner is Bert
VanFossen of East Union, who
is a well known farmer and
trucker in Stock township for
the past 18 years.
In previous years, he lived in
Elk township, where he engaged
in farming and the trucking
business. He was also a school
bus driver and contractor for 14
years.
This is VanFossen's first
attempt to seek any political
office in Noble county.
four sons, William of Pennsyl
vania, Char'es of Marietta and
James and Clyde of Stanley
ville and two daughters, Mrs
Charles Blair of Lower Salem
route 2 and Mrs. Raymond Davis
of Marietta route 4. One daugh
ter, Mrs. Maud Robinson, pre
ceded him in death.
He was later married to the
former Leona Stump, who sur
vives at the family home. Other
survivors include one daughter,
Mrs. Vernon Hutchinson of Mar
ietta route 6 two brothers, Geor
ge of East Liverpool and Adam
of Marietta one sister, Mrs.
Clara Jenkins of Marietta 31
grandchildren: and a number of
great grandchildren and great
great grandchildren. One son.
Clarence Eugene, preceded him
in death.
The body is at the Doudna and
McClure Funeral Home, pending
arrangements.
REVENUE OFFICE
The Internal Revenue office in
Marietta will be open for the
convenience of Noble county tax
payers on Feb. 3, 10, 13, 15, 17
and 24. Tarpayers are urged to
use the telephone if the answers
to one or more simple questions
will enable them to complete
their returns. The phone number
in Marietta is FR3-1252.
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NfcW 1956 MODEC
Rethesda
David Lee Mclntire, son of Mr.
ol Mrs. Earl Mclntire of Cumber
land route 1 and Mrs. Vera Ilene
Wells of Caldwell route 1 were
admitted on Jan. 24.
Mi-s. Betty Hedge of Caldwell
route 2 was dismissed on Jan.
29.
St. Francis
R. E. Reed of Caldwell route
4 was admitted on Jan. 23.
Mrs. Dorothy Sawochka of
Belle Valley was admitted Jan.
24. Dismissed Jan. 24 were Fan
chion Okey of Caldwell route 1
and James Mullins of Cumber
land route 3.
Audrey, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Edmond Poulton of Sum
merfield Fletcher Dixon of
'/uaker City and John Cumber
lidge of Quaker City were dis
missed on Jan. 26.
Admitted Jan. 27 were John
Farnsworth of Sumnidrfield
route 2 and Mrs. Robert Schott of
Caldwell route 6. Dismissed on
Jan. 27 were Victor Neely of Elba
and Mrs. Fletcher Diqkson of
Quaker City.
Admitted on Jan. 28 was Mrs.
Wells Collins of Quaker City
route 2.
Admitted Jan. 29 were Mrs.
Homer Poulton of Summerfield
and Mrs. Peter Modock of Pleas
ant City.
Mrs. Margaret Poulton of Sum
merfield was taken to surgery on
Jan. 30.
Marietta Memorial
Mrs. A. L. Sears of Coal
Those admitted on Jan. 29
were Jane Fry fogle of Harrietts
ville Mrs. George Gerken of
Lowell Don Sutherland, Beverly
and Mrs. Adelaide VanFleet of
Caldwell route 1. Duane Grubb of
Lowell was dismissed on Jan
29.
Mrs. Jack Lewis of Beverly
and Mrs. Hubert Riecker of Bev
erly were admitted on Jan. 26.
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HOSPITAL NOTES
Run
and Mrs. Warren Babcock of
Lowell route 1 were admitted on
Jan. 24. Those dismissed on that
day were Earl Bigley, of Lower
Salem route 1 Miss Esther Hoh
man of Caldwell route 4 and Dar
rell Stevens of Lowell.
William Biehl of Whipple was
admitted on Jan. 25 and those
dismissed on Jan. 25 were Infant
James Fogle, Dexter City route
1 and Mrs. Lydia Babcock of Lo
well route 1.
Ronny Leonhart of Dexter
City and Mrs. Bud Sprague of
Beverly were admitted on Jan.
28. Those dismissed on that day
were Mrs. Dale Arnold and infant
of Lowell route 1 William Biehl
of Whipple Mrs. William Schnee
berger of Lower Salem route 2
and Mrs. Joe Lewis and infant
of Beverly.
Guernsey Memorial
Admitted on Jaa. 38 were
Michael, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Donald Bewley of Quaker City
and Wilbur J. Lahue of Summer
field. Mrs. Adolphus Nelson and
infant daughter of Caldwell and
Mrs. Dwight Johnson of Ava
route 1 were dismissed on Jan.
23.
Michael, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Donald Bewley of Quaker City
Harry W. Cramblett of Quaker
City route 2 Mrs. John V. Greas
er of Belle Valley Mrs. Gail
Bates of Quaker City route 4
and Mrs. Ethel Miller of Quaker
City were all dismissed on Jan.
24.
John W. Moore of Summerfield
route 2 and Ancil Haga of Belle
Valley were admitted on Jan. 26.
Admitted on Jan. 28 was Faye
Rogers of Caldwell. Geneva Sto*
bart of Senecaville was dismissed
on that day.
Admitted on Jan. 29 were Mrs.
Tony Bumbulis of Senecaville
route 1 and James H. Colley
of
Caldwell.
DEATHS
Bertha E. Pryor
Mrs. Bertha Edith Pryor, 76,
of Zanesville, formerly of Noble
county, died Sunday afternoon
at her home following an illness
of one week.
She was born in Noble county
and later moved to Cambridge
where she resided until her
death. She was a member of the
Church of Christ.
Surviving are three daughters,
Mrs. Lottie Chalfant of Cleve
land, Mrs. Martha Alloway
of
Cambridge and Mrs. Verna
Woods of Newark two sons,
Harley of Mt. Vernon and Mack
Pryor of Marion and a sister,
Mrs. Maggie Wilson of Caldwell.
Her husband, William Martin
Pryor, died in 1932.
Funeral services were held
Wednesday at 2:00 p. m. at the
Church of Christ with Rev.
Charles Hendershot officiating.
'Burial was in the Northwood
cemetery. The Bundy funeral
home was in charge of arrange
ments.
MINOR ACCIDENT
An accident reported by the
state patrol last week involved
cars driven by Roger L. Crum,
18. of Caldwell route 1, and
Robert Wiedmeier, of Marietta.
The accident occurred on USR 21
about six and a half miles north
of Marietta when Crum lost con
trol of his vehicle and it skidded
into the car driven by Wied
meier.
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