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CiWweii Western Auto Associate Store
Sponsoring "Dream Kitchen" Contest
Some lucky family in Noble County may soon be enjoying a
brand new 5-appliance "Dream Kitchen", and it won't cost them a
red cent!
Calvin Mendenhall. manager of the Western Auto Associate
Store at 417 Main street, has announced a $12,000.00 "Dream Kitch
en" contest that features a 5-appliance kitchen as a grand prize. The
5 appliances include Western Auto's Wizard freezer, refrigerator,
range, washing machine and automatic clothes dryer. There will be
151 other winners, each receiving their choice of any Wizard ap
pliance.
Journal
Mnil Hag
Editor's Note—Here are more
letters received by the Caldwell
Band Mothers club as contribu
tions continue to pour in for the
band uniforms. The total amount
has now reached $1,402.00 toward
their goal.
Dear Mrs. Beyer:
Enclosed please find $2.00 for
the band uniform fund.
I wish I could make it more
because I know how badly they
want those uniforms.
As I just graduated. 1 still
feel (and always will) very close
to the band, I shall always be
proud to have been a part of it.
I know we'll all be proud to
see them step out in their new
uniforms.
Thanks to you and all the
Band Mothers for all the work
you have done.
Julia Estadt
Class of 1956
Dear Mrs. Beyer:
We are ooin graduates of C.
H. S. and hope this donation will
help you toward your goal.
Charles and
Juanita Brown Burkhart
Dear Mrs. Beyer
Enclosed please find our check
or S5.00 to add to the uniform
und. It isn't very much, but
ope it will help
Mr. and
Mr--. L.
•ear Mr-.
Rayner
Ava. Ohio
Lk-jer:
Sorry to be late with my con
ibution. I misplaced the en
-'lope. Lots of succes- in your
ojec?
Sincerely.
(.'a roll McKio
i 3ar Mrs. Beyer:
Please tind enclosed my $1.00
ntribution
for
the band uni-
rms.
Sorry that 1 .-i id n't ,".t it mail
I out sooner, as I'm only glad
i have the opportunity to help
it.
Mabel Leasure Archer
Zanesville. Ohio
Mrs. Cilenn Davis, of Cam
idge, visited Sunday with her
other, Mrs. W O. DeVolI. of
'est street.
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The contest, according to Mr.
Mendenhall, is unique and sim
ple for anyone to win. He ex
plained that there is nothing to
buy and nothing to write. Con
testants merely register their
name and address and answer an
easy question at the Western
Auto Associate Store to become
eligible for the prizes. The con
test is being sponsored jointly
by Mr. Mendenhall and the West
ern Auto Supply
Company
HIRING COUNTY EXTENSION
AGENT PROPOSED
Je erson—A s a hula county's
agricultural extension service
council has gone on record auth
orizing employment of an ad
ditional county agent, and urg
ing an educational program on
future local zoning and planting.
The council under its chairman,
Roger Henderson, of Austin burg,
has endorsed the employment of
a fourth agent for the county to
handle the fields of public af
fairs and farm and horm deve
lopment.
RECEIVES BURNS
Bernard Ilannum, ul Belie
Valley, was treated at the office
of a local physician June 7 for
burns on the right wrist. The
burns were received when he
spilled a hot cherry pie over his
arm. Ilannum is employed at
Landaker's bakery in Caldwell.
COMMISSIONERS MEET
The ISoble county commission
ers held only a short, routine
meeting, Monday at the court
house. After allowing the bills
for pavment, the board adjourn
ed.
TONSILLECTOMY
Bill, five-year-old son of Mi
and Mrs. Myron Merry, of Cald
well. underwent a tonsillectomy
on Monday of last week in the
Marietta Memorial hospital. He
was dismissed to his home in
Caldwell. Tuesday.
CLEARANCE
All Work Doubly Guaranteed by
BARRE GUILD and GOOD HOUSEKEEPING
EAST STREET
SA
THROUGH A COOPERATIVE BUYING PLAN
WE'RE PURCHASING
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(sarahsville Buttercups
The Sarahsville Buttercups
met Thursday evening. May 31,
at the Sarahsville gym. Election
of officers was held and are as
fellows: president, Nancy Rog
ers vice president, Susie Clark:
secretary treasurer. Barbara
Bond: news reporter, Karen
Sates recreation leader, Margie
Clark and health and safety of
ficer, Barbara Rossiter. Projects
Aere discussed. Miss Sarbaugh
was also present. News reporter
Karen Bates.
Caldwell Indians
of
Kansas City, Missouri.
Mr. Mendenhall said. 'We
want to extend a cordial welcome
to all friends and customers of
Western Auto to come in to the
store and see the prizes on dis
play". He extended an invitation
to all residents of this area to
register for the "Dream Kitchen"'
prizes. The contest begins June
14 and ends on June 30. Winners
will be announced before August
In.
Carlisle Coon Hunters
The second meeting of the Car
lisle Coon Hunters met at the
school house on May 28th. The
meeting was called to order by
the president, Larry Crum. The
roll call was called and minutes
of the last meeting read and ap
proved. Projects were discussed.
Refreshments were served by
Johnny Green and James Crum.
News reporter Argyll Leas
ure, Jr.
Dexter City Pins and Pans
The Dexter City Pins and
Pans held a short meeting June
4th at the Dexter City Legion
hall. The meeting was called to
order by repeating the 4-H
pledge. Demonstrations were
given by Darlene Carrell and
Connie Smith. The meeting ad
journed. To meet again June 18
at the Crooked Tree grange hall.
News reporter—Darlene Carrol.
Mt. Ephraim Club
The fourth meeting of the
Jolly Stitch and Snack Club was
held at the Mt. Ephraim school
house. It was discussed about
going to the Annual Advisors
and Officers meeting. The next
meeting will be June 14 at the
Mt. Ephraim school. News re
porter Carolyn Franklin
Ava Hill Toppers
The Ava Hill Toppers 4-H club
held their second meeting at the
home of Mary Ruth Archer, June
5th. There were seven members
present. The club is combined of
boys and girls. Projects were dis
cussed. Lunch of cookies and
kool-aid was enjoyed by all.
News reporter Rebecen Clark.
Caldwell 4-H Lassies
A special meeting for the girls
who are taking Baking is Fun
project was held at Mis- Clarice
Reed's home on North street.
Mrs. Opal Brumbach made bis
cuits for the 4-11 club. Mrs. Reed
served refreshments. New.
SAVE 10%
With this special arrangement with our granite supplier, we can save
you money on all orders placed by July 10, 1956.
You Name The Granite —We Can Get It!
Offer Applies On All Monuments Carried in Stock
Or Ordered From Manufacturer.
BUY EARLY ASSURE ERECTION BY JULY FOURTH!
Call 126-J Write Box 151
PARKS MEMORIALS
NOBLE COUNTY'S ONLY COMPLETE MONUMENT SHOP!
All Monument Foundations Poured with Mechanically Prepared Concrete.
4-H Qh
v
The Caldwell Indians had a
meeting June 1. There were four
new people at the meeting. The
next meeting will be held at
Doans at 1:00 o'clock. News re
porter David Hill.
re-
portcr Bernie Whoaldon.
A
CARLOAD OF MONUMENTS.
REMEMBER—This offer closes July 10, and
all orders must be in my hands by 6:00
p. m. on that date.
PTTT- fof'TViVAf nwrri. onr^
Sarahsville 4-H Farmers
The Sarahsville 4-H Farmers
held their regular meeting on
Wednesday night, May 30, at the
school house. Melvin Wentworth
acted as advisor and was in
charge of the meeting. Projects
were discussed and ways for im
provement of them were talked
about. A very enjoyable recrea
tion period was held. News re
porter Melvin Wentworth.
Crooked Tree Woodchucks
The Crooked Tree Woodchucks
met June 5th with 12 members
present. The vice president open
ed the meeting by repeating the
4-H pledge. Plans were made
for a scrap drive soon. Electric
Kit prices were announced. Next
meeting is June 19 at a new time
8:30 p. m. Refreshments were
served. News reporter Gary
Carrell.
Fulda Hilltoppers
The Fulda Hilltoppers held
their meeting June sixth at the
Fulda grange hall. The roll call
was answered by each member
giving the name of their favorite
game. All members were present
but one. Cletus Crock, Myron
Fox and Kenneth Sehott gave a
demonstration on safety. The
next meeting will be June 20th
at the grange hall. News report
er Carol Arnold.
Brookfield Homemakers
The Brookfield Homemakers
met at the home of Mrs. Betty
Hedge for their May meetim-.
Election of officers, leaders art
a councillor for the coming ye. i
was held. At noon a pot luck
luncheon was enjoyed. The gue.?
was Hans Linden from Sweden.
During the afternoon hours,
work was accomplished on v.ooct
fibre flowers. Next meeting will
be held June 28 at the home
Mrs. Kathryn Leonard.
RECEIVING TREATMENT
Mrs. Alta Snear. of Caldwell
roue, was admitted to the Mari
etta Memorial hospital on June
11 for observation and treat
ment. The trip was made in the
McVay ambulance.
ENJOYED TRIP
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Evilsiztr,
and Miss Garnet Clark visited
over the weekend at Camp Le
Jeune. North Carolina. Pit.
Robert Evilsizer, who enlisted in
the Marine Corp, is now station
(i here.
CUTS HAND
Ladd Wheeler, of Sarahsville
route 1, employee of Noble Trn
tor Sales, lacerated the palm
his right hand on a piece of glass
on June 7. He was treated at the
office of a local physician
(irai]
hjUiinJ
CALDWELL, OHIO
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Carter and
visited recently with their par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Carter
of West street and Mrs. Thelma
Biglev of Main street.
Mr. and Mrs. James Robinson
of Norwalk and Mr. and Mrs.
Allan Archer and grandsons,
David and Danny Good of Can
ton were weekend guests in the
home of Mr. and Mrs. Carter
Robinson of Cumberland street.
Mrs. Archer remained for a
weeks visit with relatives and
friends.
Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Doc have
returned to their home in Ar
lington, Va., after spending a
week in the home of Mrs. Doe's
sister, Mr. and Mrs. D. L. Har
kins, West street.
Mr. and Mrs. John Faleming
and son, Buck and daughter,
Shirley, Mrs. Bessie Lambert,
Mrs. Hugh Wiggens and Pattie
McVay, all of Springfield, Mr.
and Mrs. E. L. Kirk of Barnes
ville, were recent guests in the
home of Mr. and Mrs. P. H. Pat
ton, Fairground street.
Mr. and Mrs. George Samuels
of Henderson, Ky.. visited this
past weekend with their daugh
er, Dr. and Mrs. E. G. Ditch and
family, North street.
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Mrs. Donald Sanford and sons,
Bobby and Jerry, of West street,
are visiting her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. H. C. Milligan, of Salem.
The city of Salem is celebrating
its 150th anniversary.
Hugh Edward Cox, student at
Ohio University, Athens, is
spending the summer vacation
with his parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Hugh Cox of Sarahsville route 1.
Miss Martha Stevens, student
at Ohio University, Athens, is
spending the summer vacation
with her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
J. Lewis Stevens and Mrs. Mary
Riggs of near Mt. Ephraim.
Miss Erma Johnson, senior
student nurse at Bethesda school
of nursing, Zanesville, spent the
weekend with her parents, Mr.
and Mrs. Walter Johnson, Wal
nut street.
Anna Cox, Ula Archer and
Phyllis Everly, of Sarahsville
route 1, were dinner guests on
Tuesday in the home of Mrs.
Laura Blake, Bridge street. Mr.
and Mrs. J. S. Archer and son,
Wayne and Mrs. Jane Archer
were additional callers Tuesday
at the Blake home.
Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Lee,
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Morgareidge this week are Mrs.
Charles Fuller and Mrs. Charles
Walters, of Spencer, Ohio, and
Miss Fiances Beymer, of Tampa,
Florida.
Mrs. W. O. DeVoli, of West
street, visited last week with
her daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Gil
bert Ferguson, of Pittsburgh. Pa.
John Matheney, of Steuben
ville, spent the past weekend
with Mrs. Mary Okey, oi Cald
well.
Mr. and Mrs. Clayton Love
and daughters, of Columbus, are
visiting this week with relatives
and friends in Caldwell.
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Radcliff
of Columbus, are spending a few
days with Mr. and Mrs. William
Radcliff and Mrs. Pearl Ralston,
of Caldwell.
Mrs. Don Bowen and daughters
of North Baltimore, are visiting
this week with Mrs. Bowen's
mother, Mrs. Hazel Shuttleworth
of Caldwell.
Mrs. Paul Brooks of Columbus
is spending this week with her
sister, Mrs. Harry E. Fast and
other local relatives in Caiu
well.
Mr. and Mrs. Donald Yates, of
Pittsburgh, Pa., visited this past
weekend with Mr. and Mrs. R.
C. Moore, of Chautsucjua Court.
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Thursday, June 14, 1056
Mr. and Mrs. Anthony Adorn
etta, of Cleveland, were week- fe
end guests in the home of Mr.
and Mrs. Joe Giallombardo,
Bronze Heights.
Mr. and Mrs. Lee Hatfield and
family of Columbus and Mr. and
Mrs. Glen Priest and son of
Youngstown visited recently
with Mrs. Kathryn Womack of
Caldwell route 4.
Jimmie and Ted Finlcy, who
have been employed in Sisters
ville, W. Va., have moved to
Marietta and hereafter will be
employed at Beverly.
Mrs. Alta Haines has returned |,
to her home on Cumberland
street after spending two weeks
in Akron, Cleveland and Chip
pewa Lake. Mrs. Haines attended
a musical festival in which her
granddaughter participated.
Mr. and Mis. L. S. Ramsey and
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Ramsey
visited Sunday afternoon wit'-,
Mrs. Lizzie Myers of Woodsfield
Mrs. Myers, who is 80 years old
and Mrs. L. Srf Ramsey, 78, are
cousins, but have not seen each
other for some 65 years.
Virginia Webster and Donald
Bartel of Cleveland, were week
end guests in the homes of Dr.
and Mrs. D. H. Webster and Mr
Minnie Heddleson, Caldwell.
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ASSOOATE STORE
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Home Owned and Operated
Calvin Mendenhall
OWNER
417 Main Street
Caldwell, Ohio
Phone 154-M

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