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Family And Birthday In Sharon Community SHAttON Mr and Mr Floyd Boyd entertained the fol lowing guests at dinner Sunday: Mr. and Mrs. Ova Welch, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Silvers and children of near Hackney, Mr. and Mrs. Jim Zimmerman and children of Wayne, Michigan. Mr. and Mrs. Clare Boyd and Donnie of Cald well, Mr. and Mrs. Kenyon Boyd and Jay. Birthday Dinner Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Archer entertained at dinner, Sunday, honoring their granddaughter, Joan Archer. Places were arrang ed for Mr. and Mrs. Dean Archer, Billy and Joan of Zanesville, Mrs. Jane Archer and host and hostess. Personals Mr. and Mrs. Cam Wilson call ed on Mr. and Mrs. Charles Wil son Sunday. Several from here attended the Recital of the piano pupils of Mi's. Elsie Kirchner at the Cald well Methodist church, Sunday evening. Carol Shook of Canton is visit ing with Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Marquis. David Cartell of Belle Valley spent last week with his grand parents, Mr. and Mrs. Okey Cald well. Mrs. Roberta Bigey spent Wed nesday with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Chares Wilson. Mrs. Mary Griffith spent a few days last week with her brother, B. B. Wheeler, Caldwell. Mr. and Mrs. Mark Dutton and daughter of Portland, Oregon, Ms. Louella Armstrong and son of Qolumbus were caMing on Mrs. Jessie Marquis Wednesday. Mrs. Nina Hizcr of Massillon called on Mrs. Nellie Ralph on Wednesday. Mi's. Lozzia Morrison is spend ing a few weeks with her son, Dean Morrison and family at Canton. Joyce Haga spent last week with her sister, Mrs. Dale Smith und husband at Canton. Mrs. Zama Wheeler has re turned home after spending sev eral weeks with her granddaugh ter, Zama Dobbins at Zanesville. Mr. and Mi's. Harry Harmon called on William Harmon and Mr. and Mrs. Cyrus Trott near Zanesville, Friday. Mrs. Ocie Harmon spent a few days with her son, Donald Har mon and famliy near Hoskins ville last week. Jean Wilson and Vera Stephen son of Cambridge were calling on Mr. and Mrs. Charles Wilson and Candace, Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Parrish spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs LADY !5 FREE OF KKSMMK PAIN One lady told us she had rheu matic puin so bud she hurl to walk with a cane most of the time. The joints of her knees and ankles were stiff and sore. Recently she got RUGON and says the pains began to go within a few hours, and now after one week the pain is gone entirely. RUGON is helping so many victims of rheumatism and neur itis because this NEW Liquid Formula contains Three Won derful Ingredients. Not a table of capsule. RUGON goes to the very source of pam almost at once and costs but a few cents a day to take. So don't go on suffering. Get RUGON at Gillespie's Drug Stu-c. You've Dinners Featured Archer's Ridge Over The Weekend Beryl Pickt• npa u ti h. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Hogue, Del-| tin and Darla of Homeworthi spent the weekend with her par-l ents, Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Boyd. I Victor Boyd returned home alter I spending two weeks at Home-| worth. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Ralph andl children visited with Mr. and Mrs. R. T. Dovenbarger, Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Dale Marquis of Belpre were calling on Mr. and[ Mrs. G. E. Marquis, Sunday. Charles Jennings of Zanesvillel spent the weekend with his par ents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Jen-| nings. In Washingtoi (Corrunued irom Page 1-B) we spend ourselves into insol vency all the dams and monetary aid which we give to nations abroad will not save them from the Russian colossus. Dillon Dam Since the mid-1930's, the peo ple of the Muskingum River val ley have from Zanesville to Mari etta anxiously awaited the com pletion of a series of dams in a comprehensive plan to reduce the threat of floods. Only the Dillon Dam, one of the most vital links in the project, remains un completed. Nine million dollars or one-third of the cost of the dam had been spent at the Dillon site above Zanesville. For six years Congress has failed to pro vide funds for this project. This week, the long struggle to obtain appropriations so that work might be resumed came to a climax with the approval of ,$1,500,000 for work at Dillon in the twelve-month period start injr next July 1. It is my sincere hope that we now have this pro ject back on the track and that the work will go forward with out interruption to close this last gap in the flood threat to the Muskingum valley. Federal Bookkeeping June 30 is the last day of Uncle Sam's fiscal year the day he closes his books and makes a final survey of his accounts. Predictions as to what he will find are rife in Washington. It is expected that there will be a surplus of nearly $2 billion to pay off some of our national debt. This huge fund is dwarfed by the debt which has reached considerably more than $250 bil lion. There are favorable signs that Uncle Sam's income and his ex penditures have been brought into balance. Last week, the House concurred in the Senate's bill to lower the legal national debt limit from $281 billions to $27!J billions. A senate Commit tee is working on a constitutional amendment to insist that our Federal government, should not exceed its income in peacetime. My own subcommittee of the House Post Office and Civil Ser vice Committee is embarking on another investigation to assist in bringing about economies in manpower utilization in the gov ernment. Federal agencies are also making good headway against costly business-type operations in the Federal system These measures are seeking ef fective economies without sacri ficing the government'^ ervice to our people. ENJOYED VISIT Nancy Etta Racey and Mrs.| Fern Pickenpaugh have returned to their Caldwell home after en-| joying a trip to St. Louis, Mo., where they visited in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Thomas, COLLEY INSURANCE Located In The Flichman Building Next Door To Roxy Theatre Phone 125 Caldwell, Ohio Read About ...Seeo ...Heard Raves On It! Yes. thi.-i newfst devel opment in inu'eior i.rlually jelled...paint julled 'H so that it clings to the bruflh or roller ... and yet it flows out like magir when it's applied to walls, ceilinRB and woodwork in the usual way. Gone is the runniness, the mi-winrss und untidiness that you alw iyn associated with pointing. With Jelled Magic you can enjoy .rsfnv pjiintint Mow We've Cot It On TVI tJoeSn'f- ...or ran or spatter like ordinary paint fcoeiaii it's JELLED! '-'flOfKO, Iff. ..and YOU'RE INVITED to come in for a denioristic.tic.il and see tiid gorgeous new colors available in this aroozir.ij new point Phone 225 Caldwell, Ohio Caldwell Implement & Supply Co. II Wayne Feed Supply ARCHER S RIDGE R. v. Mr. and Mrs. Delbert Clarkl and children spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Deb Anderson and children. Larry Wickham is spending the past two weeks with Mr. and Mrs. Joe Crimaldie and children, Sammy and Mary Ann of Cleve land. Mr. and Mrs. Mark Leasure and children, Betty, Patty, Mar gie and Leroy, Rosa Clark, Paul King spent Friday evening with Mr. and Mrs. Delbert Clark. Mrs. Bertha Lahue and sonl have returned to their home after spending the pa^ three weeks with her daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Leland Hicks of Cin cinnati, Helen Poling, and Jess| Butler of Hamilton. Natie Wickham was in Cald-| well on Saturday. THE AMERICAN WAY (Continued from 1-B) 1he AFL-CIO. He was talking about union labor's participa tion in the forthcoming na tional election campaign. Said he in part: '. Labor has come a long way in this country despite bitter employer opposition. Yet, the opposition we face today is even more formidable. The scene of the battle is no longer the company plant or the picket line. The scene has moved into the legislative halls of Congress and the State Leg islatures. On these fronts, we have taken a beating in recent years, first, with the enactment of the Taft-Hartley Act and other restrictive Federal leg islation, and more recently with the passage in eighteen states of the misnamed 'right to-work' laws. These laws are a threat to the very existence of unions, since they are aimed at destroying union security. Our fight for their repeal is a fight for life." It is too bad that the man honored with the top job in the merged AFL-CIO did not inherit some of the statesman ship of Samuel Gompers, the "George Washington" of the union labor movement in America. Gompers repeatedly warned that union labor must steer clear of political activity and that it would destroy it self if it resorted to force in recruiting its membership. What the union labor move ment needs today is an "Abra ham Lincoln," a "Great Eman cipator"' to preserve the great gains that it has marie and to prevent it from destroying it self through unstatesmanlike. greedy leadership. Mr. Meany must learn that labor unionism can never at tain the security he so earnest ly desires for it by forcing men to join through the instrumen tality of the "Union Shop." He must be made to realize that there is no place for compuls ion in the American scheme of things, that any organization or organizations that resort to force nurse within their bos oms the seeds of their own destruction. The way for labor unions to attain security is to make themselves so attractive that workers will knock on their doors pleading for admission. And that, Mr. Meany, can only be accomplished by purging your movement of the self seeking racketeers that surely as night follows the day, will destroy it. The Coiir.nv-. of th I'.S.A. is of a mind to give Mr. Meany great help toward that salutary goal. He can, if he will, be the "Great Emancipator" of the union labor movement in join ing wholeheartedly with the Congress as it embarks on a crusade to emancipate the "en slaved" workers of America, —George Peck !.ie BEAM AND READY TO LAY GROWING MASH Build vigorous pullets with well-developed egg organs to start paying you back fast with early eggs. "High Energy" fortified, a "Profit Pullet" takes only 7 lbs. plus 10 lbs. your own grain ready for steady high egg production. ioinierly Sunsiunc iecil More Cumberland Street Caldwell THE JOtmNAE, and Mrs. Garfield Walters and chil dren, of Detroit, Michigan, Mrs. Ester Walters of Zanesville,I were dinner guests Friday at| the home of Natie Wickham. CAKQWUTT, CARLISLE Mr. Jam(s Mor ton and daughter Christie of Zanesville and Mrs. Otis Horton of Summerfield route visited at the home of Mr. and Mrs. John Horton Saturday evening. Mrs. Blanche Robbins, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Robbins of Carlisle community and Mrs. James Moore and children of Caldwell route visited with Mrs. Etta Wheeler at Marietta recently. Mr. and Mrs. Willie Kaylor of Wheeling, W. Va., visited with Brady and Dorinda Smith re cently. Mr. Harold Horton and family spent last Sunday with his par ents, Mr. and Mrs. Mose Horton. Mr. and Mi's. Ralph Thompson of Columbus are spending a few more days with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. F. Thompson, after attending the wedding of Olive's nephew at Detroit, Michigan. Mr. Clyde Leasure of Cleve land spent the past week with his brother, Argyll Leasure and family. Roger and Marvin Feldner of Belle Valley route are spending a few days with their grandpar ents, Mr. and Mrs. Mose Horton of near Carlisle. Mr. and Mrs. Herschel Miller and daughters, Patricia, Linda and Trudy of Martins Ferry spent Thursday evening with Mr. and Mrs. John Horton. Mr. and Mrs. Homer Hewett of Chicago are spending part of their vacation with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Clem Warner. They visited in Florida and other southern states. Burdette Slack of Bracken Ridge was a recent visitor at the home of Mr. and Mrs. John Hor ton. Lawrence Kuhn caught an elev en pound catfish near the Car lisle bridge. He wonders why people go to Canada when you can catch them in old Duck Creek. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Thompson and Bertha Horton spent Sun day evening with Brady and Do rinda Smith. Mrs. John Cantor and daugh ters, Jane and Judy of Akron and Jane Richardson of Summer field spent Sunday with Mrs. Er nest Thompson. Harold Schell, Bill Warner and Sam Clark spent Sunday after noon with Mr. and Mrs. Earl sh- 0® W I WAYNE OffTO CCHuHt HtWS HAPPMINGS Yown and frmi'.y of Boar Creek. Mrs. Lucille Warner, daughter Gloria and son Gary of Zanes ville spent Sunday evening with Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Swick. Stanley McElfresh of Akron spent the weekend with his par ents, Mr. and Mrs. Kyle McEl fresh of near Carlisle. Lucy Archer of Columbus visited her daughter, Melina Ann and sister, Mrs. Mary Brown and family Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Martin Crurrt and son Bernard of Canton spent Sunday afternoon with her moth er, Mrs. Eva Schell. Mrs. Dorothy Archer has re turned home after attending the wedding of her cousin, Miss Peg gy Morris of Columbus. Staff Sergeant and Mrs. Schell and children and Felipa Blanco have returned to Laredo Air Force Base, Texas. Mrs. Emma Warner received word of the death of her brother, Peter Archer of Lorain. His wife, Mrs. Mollie Smith Archer pre ceded him in death, June, 1950. Funeral services were* Friday morning, June 29th. Mr. and Mrs. Don Mallett of Canton spent the weekend with his father, Lawrence Mallett and Dorothy Archer. Mrs. Herman Gressel and chil dren visited Sunday with her daughter, Sally in Canton, who is employed during the summer vacation, also visited other rela tives. Miss Peggy Spence, who is em ployed in the office of the Ohio Fuel at Columbus, spent the weekend with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Spence. Mrs. Mary Mallett is on the sick list. We wish her a speedy recovery. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Cantor of Akron visited friends in town Sunday. Miss Ruth Dimmerling, daugh ter of Mr. and Mrs. Francis Dim merling has accepted a position with the Grange Mutual Casual ty Co., Columbus. Miss Linda Lou Thompson, grandaughter of Mr. and Mrs H. F. Thompson and Mr. and Mrs Clarence Spence has accepted a position at the Administration Building at Ohio State Fair ground during her summer vaca tion. She will be a junior at the Ohio State University this fall 50 Years of Progress in ESeclric ^fr i AMERICAN OAS AND SYSTEM 60 YEARS OP PROGRESS n s v* N v s V IN W.SCTRIC POWER Fredericksdale FREDF.RICKSDALE Rev. and Mrs. Grover Smith of Dover, were Thursday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Davis. Mr. and Mrs. Levi Miller spent Sunday with Mrs. Maggie Bey mer and family of Sarahsville. Mr. and Mrs. Orion Shacklee of Canton, are visiting at their homr» here. Visitors of Mr. and Mrs. John Carter and family Friday were Mrs. Clyta Young and family of New Concord, Mrs. Adah Mus ser of Caldwell, Mrs. Beulah Archer of Navarre, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Carter of Sarahsville, and Betty Jane Williams of Mt. Ephraim. Mr. and Mrs. John Miller of Sarahsville, were recent guests of Mr. and Mrs. Levi Miller. Mr. and Mrs. Philip McWil liams of Sarahsville, spent Mon day evening with Mr. and Mrs. James Shaw and family. Mr. and Mrs. John Woodruff of Columbus, spent the week end with Mr. and Mrs. Orin Shacklee. Walnut Ridge WALNUT RIDGE Mr. and Mrs. William Horton spent Sun day with Mr. and Mrs. George Horton of near New Concord. Other visitors were Dr. and Mrs. Wayne Culbertson and family of South Charleston. Mr. and Mrs. O. O. Horton spent Wednesday afternoon at Calvin Smith's, Roger and Marvin Feldner spent last week with Mr. and Mrs. Mose Horton. Mrs. Paul Warner and sons, of Canton, spent last week at Raymond Smithberger's. Mrs. Mary Robinson and chil dren of Bolivar and Mrs. Car letta Morrison of Caldwell, were visitors at Otis Horton's, Wed nesday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Dick Leach ami children, of Canton, are spent ing their vacation with Mr. and Mrs. Acel Leach and Mr. ar: Mrs. O. O. Horton. Mr. and Mrs. William Horton were callers at Caldwell recenth Ronnie Piatt still remains patient in the Memorial hospital at Marietta. He is 'nprovinu slowly. Power... ..f '3 IT'S cloudy in Michigan, but down in Kentucky the sun is shining. A major manufacturer in Tennessee has shut down for annual vacation, but produc tion is round-the-clock in a big West Vir ginia Chemical plant. And in Indiana, a big generating unit in a power plant is out of service for maintenance. Reports like these come in 24 hours a day to this man in the Columbus, Ohio, load and gen eration coordinating center of the six company American Gas and Electric System of which we are a part. It's his job to determine, and quickly, how much electricity each AGE System power plant should generate for every condition of demand and then route this power the most economical way over the seven-state network of high-voltage transmission lines that link these plants with each other and the communities OHIO Large Number Retarn To Senecaville For Annual Reunion Gi The Old Timers Sl'N IX'.W'Ii.! T1 h• eigh teenth annual homecoming and picnic of the Senecaville old timers was held in the accustom ed place, the grove in front of the grade school building, Sun day, July 1st. A basket dinner was served at noon. A long table ladened with good food was sur rounded by long time friends and acquaintences. A program followed in the afternoon with John Harper giv ing the main address, also inter esting talks were given by Har rison Rose, W. W. Wilson, Char les Denver and Mrs. Ruth L. Burns. A couple of original poems was read by Mrs. Irene Secrest Schweinfurth of Columbus. Officers for the coming year are president, W. W. Wilson vice president, E. C. Riche.v and Sec retary, Mollie Keller. Among those attending from a distance were Mrs. Lottie Crow of Lorain, Mrs. Jessie Ward of Columbus, Mr. and Mrs. James S. Lake and daughter, Mr. Ralph Lowry and son ol' Columbus, Mrs. Martha Harding and son of Dover, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Lee of New Philadelphia, Mr. and Mrs. Waterhouse of Wheeling, Miss Mae Unklesbay, Mrs. S. M. Dilley, Mr. Ray Moorhead, all of Cambridge, Mrs. George Brun er and daughter, Ola, of Zanes ville, Mr. and Mrs. John Harper, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Beymer of Lore City and Mr. and Mrs Charles Redd of Lore City, Mrs. Ruby Schnaidt of Newark, Joe Bruner of Byesville, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Tillett and daugh ter of Cambridge route, also a large crowd of local people at tended. FARLEY-Y0NTZ AGENCY ALL LINES OF INSURANCE Phone 14 Caldwell, Ohio JJlgwwiP He listens in on seven states to save you money P0WER COMPANY y Thursday, July 5, 1956 lersoiials Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Witt of Chela Vista, Calif., spent Thurs day with Mrs. E. C. Bird. Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Wronko and daughter of Parma recently visited with Mrs. Ruth L. Burns. Recent visitors at the M. F. Devine home were Mrs. Mary Smith and son, Don of Canton, Mr. and Mrs. Russell Devine and children of Worthington, Mr. and Mrs. M. H. Devine of Zanesville, Mr. and Mrs. M. A. Devine and son of East Sparta. Mrs. Freda Kerr and son, Paul have returned from a visit with Mrs. James McGuire in Coshoc ton. Mr. and Mrs. Russell Dunlap of Marion recently visited her parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. O. Harris. Misses Carol and Carolyn Pal mer of Zanesville, are visiting their aunt, Mrs. Herb Tipton. Mrs. Freda Tilton of St. Pet ersburg, Fla., recently called on Mrs. Fern Channel and other friends here. Mrs. W. W. Aplin has return ed from San Angelo, Texas, where she visited her son, Jack Aplin and family. Mr. and Mrs. James Morrison of Sharon, Pa., are visiting his cousin, Mrs. Delia Dugan. ENLISTS IN AIR FORCE Joseph D. Lori, son of Mrs. Mary R. Lori, of Caldwell, was among the seven enlistments in the U. S. Air Force through the Marietta Recruiting Station. The young men were all sent to Lackland Air Force Base in San Antonio, Texas, for basic twin ing. Lori is a graduate of Cald well high school with the class of 1H5G. im I Si i C'0 t* V they serve. This integrated system, can thus deliver an uninterrupted flow of electricity to almost 5,000,000 people at the lowest possible cost. Fifty years ago, when the American Gas and Electric Company was founded, there were no integrated power systems. Towns that had electricity got it from their own small, inefficient plants. Break downs, which were frequent, meant no electric service until repairs could be made. Yet, this unreliable service cost 4 times more than today's dependable service. The integrated system is just one of the many technological advances that have resulted from a continuous research and development program. Our "50 Years of Progress in Electric Power"— has enabled us to give you better service at lower rates.