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V.F.W. Auxiliary V.F.W. Auxiliary Unit CONING SOCIAL EVENTS No. 4721 Will hold its regular meeting on Monday evening, July 9 at 8:00 o'clock in the V.F.W. hall on West street. All members are urged to attend. Circle Meeting Circle Three of the Woman's Association of the First Presby terian church will meet Tuesday evening, July 10 at 8:00 o'clock in the home of Mrs. Hazel Wood ford, near Caldwell with Mrs. Mary Young ^and Mrs. Mary lams serving as companion hostesses. Mixed Dance The Summit Sewing Sallies 4-H club of Lewisville, is spon soring a mixed dance on Friday evening, July 6, in the Lewisville high school, from 8:30 to 12:00 midnight. Music will be furnish ed by the Shenandoah Valley gangs. Proceeds will go to the Carlson building fund. Ice Cream Social The Senior class of Cumber land high school will sponsor an ice cream social at Jarvin's school house near Cumberland, Friday evening, July 6, beginning at 7:00 o'clock. Annual Picnic The annual picnic and home coming of St. Joseph's Catholic church at Burkhart will be held on Sunday, July 15. St. Joseph': church is located on State Rout* 78, between Summerfield and Woodsfield. The public is cordi ally invited to attend. To Hold Dance There will be a dance at St. Henry's parish hull, Harrietts ville, Sunday evening, July 8, beginning at 8:30 o'clock. Music Will be furnished by the Mid night Ramblers. Refreshments Will be served by group 3. Noble Rebekah Lodge Noble Rebekah Lodge will meet Friday evening at 8:00 o'clock in regular session. Re freshments will be served and memorial program is being plan ned. All members are urged tc be present. Renrock Grange Renrock grange will meet in regular session, Friday evening July 6. The baking contest wil be held at this meeting. The Home Economics committee is asking each lady to enter an apple coffee cake for this con test. Refreshments will be servec following the meeting. Circle To Meet Circle One of the First Pres byterian church Woman's As sociation will meet Tuesday evening, July 10 at 7:30 o'clock in the home of Mrs. Gertrude Hamilton on North street with Frances Taylor serving as com panion hor ss. CHECK LIST... Swim Trunks Thermos Bottles Picnic Jugs Flashlight And lotteries Indian Blanket Sport Shirts Summer Slacks Samsonife Luggage Beach Towel 36 inch 68-inch Plas:ic Raincoat T-Shirts Jeans Shorts Blouses Skirts Shorty Gowns Shorty PJ's Clutch Bags Billfolds Umbrellas HILLS Bonar Reunion The fourth annual reunion ,vx\i of the decendants of the late Vir: cent Bonar will be held Sunday, July 8 at the roadside park, north of Caldwell on USR 21 All relatives and friends of the family are invited to attend. Look Who's Here! Mr. and Mrs. John T. Kirchnei North street, are announcing th birth of a son, Sunday, July 1 at Marietta Memorial hospit The infant weighed eight pouna and one ounce and has been named John Taylor. Mrs. Elsi.' Kirchner, Caldwell, Mr. and Mrs J. R. Boettler of Chatham, New Jersey, are the grandparent: Mrs. Crankshaw of Akron, is th only great-grandmother. Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Brown, Ava, are the parents of a daugl ter born June 30 in the Guernse Memorial hospital, Cambridge The infant weighed seven pound: and 2^2 ounces at birth. Friday Niters Bridge Club Is Entertained Mrs. Floyd Hundtrson ente: tained the Friday Niters Bridf club Friday evening at her hon on North street. An evening of bridge was en joyed with Mrs. N. S. Reed rt ceiving the guest prize and Mr.1 Henry Brumbaeh and Mrs. Harr. Knox, the club prizes. Members present were Mr Harry Knox, Mrs. Harry Rich creek, Mrs. Arthur Beyer, Mrs. R. C. Moore, Mrs. Henry Brum bach, Bernice Mills, Frances Tay lor, Miss Thelma Rice, Mrs. Don ald Harkins, Mrs. H. A. Baker and the hostess. Guests were Mrs. N. S. Reed and Mrs. Walter Quick. Snack refreshments were ser ved by the hostess. Missionary Society Holds July Meeting The Ladies Missionary Society of the First Baptist church was entertained Tuesday evening, July 3, in the home of Mrs. Charles Patten, south of Cald well. The meeting opened with the .roup singing a hymn, followed ..y prayer by Hannah Shafer. The devotional service was con 'ucted by Susie VanFossen. Each nembers gave a scripture verse. A short business session was onducted by the president, Mrs. .JaUen. Refreshments were served iuring the social hour by the nostess to the following: Mrs. £dna Wehr, Mrs. Roy Wikander, Mrs. Raymond Moore, Mrs. Ellis VanFossen, Mrs. Charles Mil igan, Mrs. Carter Shafer, Mrs. ertha Kastner and Miss Arlene ..Tunis. Make your own vacation check o u s e this one if you like!... BUT REMEMBER! ...for a happy trip be prepared. Buy all your vacation needs where one stop does it all... IN CALDWELL Wed In Columbus Church MRS. CARL ROBERT FOX Vases of White gladolia and lighted tapers decorated Christ The King Catholic church, Columbus for the recent wedding cere mony uniting in marriage Miss Patricia Ann Schockling, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. I. R. Schockling of Caldwell route and Carl Robert Fox, son of Mr. and Mrs. Carl A. Fox of Columbus. The Rev. Fr. the double Brehm officiated at ring ceremony. Given in marriage by her father, the former Miss Schock ling wore a gown of nylon tulle and rosepoint lace with sequin appliques on the scoop neckline and calla sleeves extending into points over the hands. Her bouf fant nylon skirt with lace ap pliques adorned the front and back. Her fingertip veil of silk illusion was held in place by a crown trimmed with sequins. The bride carried a bouquet of white roses, glads and lillies of the valley and a pearl rosary. Her only jewelry was ^mall leaf shaped pearl earrings. Miss Geneva Schockling, sister of the bride, served as maid of honor wearing a pink waltz length gown with a full skirt of nylon tricott over tiers of net, with a jacket to match and she wore pink flowers in her hair. Her bouquet was in the shape of a fan made of orchid carna tions. Miss Betty Cople and Miss Barbara Matunis, friends of the bride, served as bridesmaids wearing blue gowns styled exact ly like the one worn by the maid hi honor. They carried fan bou quets of yellow carnations and wore blue flowers in their hair. Sandra and Lynn Fox, sister and brother of the bridegroom, served as miniature bride and groom. Miss Fox wore a gown of tiered white nylon tulle. Her headpiece was a white tiered hat of tulle. Gary Fox, brother of the bridegroom, was best man and the guests were seated by Jack Frost, Jerry Reiser, John Meyer and Joe Kelley. For her daughter's wedding, Mrs. Schockling chose a navy and white dress and wore a cor sage of white rosebuds. The bridegroom's mother wore a beige linen dress and a corsage of yellow rosebuds. The new Mrs. Fox graduated from Caldwell high school and is employed at the National Cash Register Co. in Columbus. The groom graduated from Ros ary high school in Columbus and is employed at the Ohio Bell Telephone Co. He also served four years in the U. S. Air Force. After the reception, which was held at Root's Party House, Co lumbus, the couple left for a short wedding trip. The bride was wearing a blue sheath dress with white accessories. The couple is now residing at 371 N. Virginia Lee Rd., E., in Colum bus. A number of Noble county relatives attended the ceremony and reception. RECEIVES PROMOTION Ron Springer, chief clerk of the Ohio Power company in Ironton for 15 years, has been promoted as district manager of the company at Pomeroy. The Springer family will move there in the near future. Mrs. Springer is the former Lavina Moore of the Sarahsville community. electric wafer beaters are TODAY CLfCtmC UVtNC 98 M9f WER COMPANY i Jty Ycart o/ Frog rest in Electric Powr TOT JOURNAL, CALDWmX, OHIO Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Hall of Uolumbus, visited Sunday with I. G. Williams and Mr. and Mrs. .ilodney R. Williams of Mt. Ephraim. Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Poulton, of Butler, Pa. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Poulton of Canton and Mrs. Helen Cartner and family of Newark, are visiting this week ith their parents, Mr. and Mrs. rank Poulton of Belle Valley. Mr. and Mrs. Fred C. Boeshaar Main street, spent, ten days .^ntly visiting with their sons, Ax. and Mrs. Gilbert F. Boe haar and family of Springfield and Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Boeshaar and family of West Mansfield. They returned to their home •?re on July 2. Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Thorla and mghter have returned to their jme in Miami Beach, Fla, after lending the past week with her .rents, Mr. and Mrs. Clyde arris and other relatives. Mrs. Ed Warren and daughter, •Taney of Cleveland, and Mrs. Iazel Cassingham of Shawnee, kla., were Sunday guests in the ome of Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Varren of Miller street. KRAFT'S AMERICAN BEAUTY PILLSBURY'S CAKE MIXES Yellow, White, Spice, Orange Chocolate or Caramel TREET 63* 17 oz. pkgs. ARMOUR'S Q.S'j.Ofl Vienna Sausage 2 Tins 39c corned' Beef Hash 31c 14 oz. TIN .sunshine Crackers CHEEZ-IT box 19c Nabisco Crackers Ritz Iba 35c Mrirtmann Crackers ZESTA lb. 27c JOWL BACON WEIHERS 3 *1-00 IP&AAoJiat Tttmiion and Tlew.i £vanJtA Cbwund the Couunhj. Mr. and Mrs. A1 Walton, of Chautauqua Court, spent Thurs day until Sunday with relatives and friends in Patterson, N. J. Rachel Robinson of East Union Clyde Still of Caldwell route 6, and Mrs. Joan Gant and sons of Sarahsville route, visited this past week with Lydia and Sarah Gant, East street. Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Van Fossen have returned to their home on Caldwell route 5 after spending the past year at Fort Hood, Texas, where he was sta tioned with the U. S. Army. On their return home, they visited with her uncle, Stanton Boney of Sweetwater, Texas. Weekend guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Whit comb of North street were Mr. Whitcomb's mother, Mrs. Grace Whitcomb and his uncle, Charles Cassidy of Ashland, and Mrs. Isa Smith of Akron. Mr. and Mrs. Timmie Cooper and daughter of Sarahsville, Mr. and Mrs. William Harper and son of Zanesville, visited Sun day evening at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Smith and family of Ava route 1. KETCHUP 2-45 ffllRACLE WHIP ORK -BEANS South Shore Sunday guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Morrison, Dexter City were Mr. and Mrs. Maywood Love and children, Roger and Judy and Mrs. Bessie Love, all of Flag, Irvin Morrison, Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Rossiter and daughter, Nancy and grand daughter, Delores of Crum Ridge, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Morrison and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. John Morrison and daughters, Judy and Barbara and James Mor rison, all of Middleburg. Mrs. Harold Hatcher and son, Bobby of Harrisville, visited recently with friends in Cald well. Mrs. Grant Tarleton is spend ing this month with Mr. and Mrs. Earl Tarleton and family of Marysville. Mr. and Mrs. H. D. (Terp) Henry, of Steubenville, visited the weekend with her mother, Mrs. Eva Croy, Main street. Mr. and Mrs. Carl A. Russell and twins, Rodney and Rebecca of Ravenna, are spending a week's visit with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Alex Miller of Bridge street and other friends and relatives in Noble county. HOMZ o r"OU V I SALAD OLIVES Dolly Madison Candied DILL STICKS Soft Weve TOILET TISSUE Roseville CHARCOAL Gril-Lighf Charcoal Lighter.. Home Grown Crisp Long Green CUCUMBERS Fancy Freestone PEACHES Yellow Transparent NEW APPLES MEAT DEPARTMENT u.15 Thursflay, July 8, §m Cans FRESH FRUITS VEGtTAB LES HEAD LETTUCE GREEN BEANS 2l"35c HUME OWVFD FOOD MA&KFTS VSSB Sunday evening dinner guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Feldner, Sarahsville, in cluded Mr. and Mrs. Merle Cass, Becky Cass, Mr. and Mrs. Wil lard Love of Woodsfield, John Feldner of the U. S. Navy, Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Carpenter, Twila Sue Carpenter, Gary and Charles Feldner. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Smith and family of Ava route 1, visited over the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Poling of Canton. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Ditch and sons, of Home City, Pa., were house guests this past weekend of Dr. and Mrs. E. G. Ditch and daughter, Lynn of North street. Mrs. Ray McVay has returned to her home on North street after spending the past week with her sisters, Mrs. Blanch Wowra, Mrs. Mabel Bringard and Mrs. Lillian Kreaukbaum of Bar berton, and Mrs. Helen Resseger of Cleveland. Mrs. Wowra and son returned home with Mrs. McVay for a visit. Salt sometimes curdles milk. When preparing gravies or cream soups, add salt the last thing. 53 Quart Jar 9ft CQ1 Quart Jar J0Q Pt. Jars 4 r,iis 45c 6b 43c Qt. Can 59« 19c Each GROUND BEET ^39' CALLAS (smoked) 21-19c 1123c 2129c 33c Lb.