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By GARY LYOI^B
The first six weeks peribd of
school ends this week on Fri
day, which means that report
cards will soon be carried home
by all Caldwell high school
students. The grades on these re
port cards are the average of all
the gradfcs recorded by the
teachers during the first six
weeks period of school.
The report cards will not be
received until next week on Fri
day to provide sufficient time
for the teachers to average the
grades and to place these grades
Oit the report cards.
Clfcss Officers
The class officers of the sev
enth, eighth, ninth and tenth
grade classes have been elected
and the officers are as follows:
Sophomores (10th) presi
dent, Jacquie Davis vice presi
dent, David Ferguson secretary,
John Carter, and treasurer, Mike
Poultcn.
Freshmen (9th) president,
Thomas Bennett vice president,
Fairy Lee Morgan secretary and
treasurer, Diane McDonald.
Eighth president, Jean Al
len vice president, James Wat
son secretary, Joyce Willev
treasurer, Sheila Shafer and
sergeant-at-arms, Dick Semple.
Seventh president, Gay
Pitts vice president, Bill Hayes
secretary, Kathryn Wiley and
treasurer, Gregory Buckey.
The officers of the Junior and
Senior classes were elected ear
lier and were listed in the Red
skin Review of that week.
FHA Club
Recently the members of the
Home Economics classes organiz
ed a club which is called the
Future Homemakers of America.
It is reported that they have 33
members in the club and that
these members meet every
month at a regular meeting in
someone's home.
The officers of the club have
been elected and they are as fol
lows: president, Judy Davis vice
president, Beulah Garvin secre
tary, Helen Reed treasurer Eve
lyn Christopher parlimentnrian,
Patsy Hayes historian, Ellen
Jane Beyer news reporter, Joey
Hill club mothers, Lillian Beyer
and Opal Brumbach advisor,
Mrs. Rama Steen.
At the present time the club
is engaged in making a constitu
tion and securing the program
booklets which are being com
pleted. Also during the month
the club members from McCon
nelsville are coming to Caldwell
to aid the Caldwell club in theu:
organization.
Senior Photos
Last Tuesday* the Senior class
photographs were taken in the
gymnasium by Lamborn's Stu
dios from Glouster. The photos
were taken of the individual
members one at a time during
the day and the results are to be
presented to the Seniors in about
two ,v
kh.
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REVIEW
Also, next Thursday the same
company will photograph the
different clubs of the school and
will take any photographs of any
students who wish to have them
taken over.
FFA
The Caldwell Chapter Future
Farmers of America held a
special meeting on Tuesday, Oct.
2, 19-56 to organize the club. The
meeting was called by the presi
dent and was held in the voca
tional agricultural room in the
high school.
The Caldwell Chapter has in
vited the Waterford Chapter tc
help them install the officers at
the most convenient time for
both chapters to meet.
Other business was discussed
and then the meeting was ad
journed.
CHS Band
One of the many fine organiza
tions in the Caldwell high school
is the CHS marching band. Mr.
Wood, the director, has stated
that there are 15 new members
in the band this year and that
he hopes there will continue to
be many students who are in
terested in joining the band. The
band has had many invitations
to iplay for various occasions dur
ing the year such as the home
comings of the Marietta and
Muskingum colleges and for the
dedication of the John Gray Me
morial. Some of these invitations
they will not be able to accept.
The officers of the band are
as follows: president, Judy
Davis vice president, Sudy
Richcreek secretary, Grace
Brumbach, and the treasurer,
Janet Buckey.
Brief Notes
Last week representatives of
Marietta college visited the Cald
well high school and talked "to
the seniors about the opportuni
ties of their college.
On Oct. 15 representatives
from Ohio University will visit
the Caldwell high school and
contact all of the seniors.
Also on the 15th of Oct. the
state patrol will pay a visit to
the driver's education classes in
the school.
On Oct. 9 representatives of
the Navy and Marines will visit
the Caldwell high school to talk
to all seniors about their future.
Muskingum college has invit
ed all seniors to attend a meet
ing next Saturday afternoon at
the college and to attend the
football game there that evening.
Friday, Oct. 12 will be mothers
night at the football game which
is going to be held here in Cald
well that evening.
Band mother's night was ob
served on Friday, Sept. 28 during
the football game.
RETURNED HOME
Ethel Dutton was removed
from the Lowe rest home, Rein
ersville, to her home in Macks
burg, Wednesday morning. The
trir,i
was made
EXPERIENCED QUALIFIED VETERAN
YOUR SUPPORT WILL BE APPRECIATED!
General Election: Nov. f. 1956
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BELLE VALLET
SCHOOL NEWS
The school bells are ringing
once again at Belle Valley. We
have several new pupils and two
new teachers: Principal Mr. Bob
Lambert, and coach Mr. Paul
Brown.
The classes and Ihcir new of
ficers are as follows:
Seniors There are 18 sen
iors Murilla Hill, president
Jane Burlingame, vice president
Deanna Lapp, secretary and
Rebecca Blake, treasurer. Our
olass advisor is Mr. Lambert. We
have ordered our invitations and
name cards. We get our pictures
taken Thursday.
Junior There are 32 juniors.
Tames Dennis, president Bob
Buckley, vice president Anne
Totton, treasurer and Alice Jean
Wickham, secretary. They re
ceived their rings last week.
Magazines are being sold by the
junior?. Their goal is $500. We
are just about there. We want to
thank all the people that bought
a magazine from a member of
the junior class. Their advisor is
Mr. Wharton.
Sophomore There are 29
sophomore. Larry Foraker, presi
dent Mary Dennis, vice presi
dent Myra Gaston, secretary
and Linda Bond, treasurer. Class
advisor is Mr. Wargo.
Freshmen There are 25
freshmen. Deanna Marquis,
president Lois Elliott, vice
president David Marquis, secre
tary and Joe Macenko, treasurer.
Class advisor is Mr. Brown.
Last Friday the high school
elected their cheerleaders for
1956-57. Varsity cheerleaders are
Ronnie Minosky, Janice Sklenar,
Karen Higgins and Judy Rayner.
Reserve cheerleaders: Fontella
Greathouse, Sue Phipps, Rose
Wheeler and Linda Bond.
We have visual aid every other
Thursday in the afternoon.
John Grav
(Continued from page one)
cal and Historial Society, Co
lumbus, after which a factual
historical data report will be
given by Congressman John E.
Henderson.
Appreciation to patriotic or
ganizations and the people of
Noble county for the John Gray
memorial will be made by Dr.
Charles A. Anderson, president
of the Ohio Society, S. A. R., and
Mrs. Ralph Mittendort, south
east director of the D. A. R. from
Ironton.
A few short remarks will also
be given by Harry C. Schwartz,
chairman of the Ohio Monument
builders Memorial committee,
who was largely responsible for
the erection of this memorial to
John Gray.
Actual presentation of the
memorial will be made by Eric
Reisener, president of the Ohio
Monument Builders association.
The honor of unveiling the
John Gray memorial will go to
Silas Thorla, Noble county non
agenarian, who is the only living
ners'on that remembers John
fir v.
A special invitation has
hh 'ended to Silar Thorla
attend, if his health permits.
Mi.
Thorla just recently cele
brated his 97th birlhclay.
This will be followed by the
dedicatory address to be given
•y Hon. Robert T. Secrest, mem
of the Federal Trade Com
ni:-,sion and former popular con
gressman from this district.
The program will conclude
.\ iih the sounding ul' taps, play
n of a military march by the
ldwell high school band and
.he benediction by Rev. Brown.
Additional contributions re
:ved this week brought Noble
'•ounty's quota of $350. to $223.
The memorial is costing $1500
and
all but $350 is being paid by
Ohio Monument Builders as
-iation.
Noble American Legion post
v 252 sent a check for $5.00
tud another contribution of $5.00
.s received from H. B. Smith,
1 18 Dorchester avenue, Chicago.
Photo Developine—Gillespie's
STARTS TODAY!
GREAT VALUES FORTHE WHOLE FAMILY.
Store-Wide Bargains!
AUTO ACCESSORIES ... MAJOR ELECTRICAL APPLIANCES
TIMES ... BATTERIES ... T0¥S!
THE JOURNAL, CALDWELL, OHIO
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WILMA NAU
The two show cases located on
either side of the stairway lead
ing from the first floor of the
court house, were removed this
week according to janitor, Fred
Hanson. The show cases, which
displayed many antique bullets,
guns, etc., have long been a point
of interest 1O visitors in the court
house.
Robey's Coffee Shop reopened
Saturday after the employees en
joyed a weeks vacation. The Cof
fee Shop was also redecorated
during the vacation period. The
redecorating scheme included the
painting of the walls and ceiling
along with other improvements.
Portions of Cumberland street
was closed Saturday morning
while village workers were trim
ming trees. Large branches from
the trees fell into the street which
made it necessary for traffic to
be shut off at these particular
places while the trees were being
trimmed.
Religious instructions were be
gun last week at St. Philomena's
Catholic church for all school
children. Instructions for the
high school students is being held
on Monday evenings and grade
school students are being instruct
ed on Saturday mornings from
9 to 11 a.m.
CNG Sponsoring
Basketball Team
A.'
i'
lit sr
recroation
program, Capt. Charles J. Coyle
is promoting an independent
basketball team from the Noble
county ambulance unit of the
Ohio National guard.
They have a wealth of material
with James Cunningham serving
as the captain and playing at the
forward position. Hart J. Cun
nimgham will be co-captain and
play the guard position.
Other members of the team
will include: Frank Stevens,
guard Roger Love, forward
Tommy Robinson, center Carlos
Bryan, forward £ale Addis,
guard: Dan Farley, forward
Howard Schoeppner, guard and
Dennis Gerst. forward.
Community
(Continued trom pane one")
project is practically a new build
ing in which to house high school
students.
The state bpard of education
has jgeterminea that rf is neces
sary to have a high school cen
ter in the Southern Noble dis
trict and has set aside an outright
grant of $150,000 to assist in
building, if the people residing in
the district approve the coming
bond issue of $190,000.
This school district is being
given an opportunity to acquire
adequate and modern facilities
with state assistance that could
not be acquired otherwise, Se
crest pointed out.
If the levy fails, the :,.'e will
immediately withdraw i!u- gran+
of $150,000 and the district would
still face the building problem
with out hope ot assistance.
Every resident should attend
one of the planned meetings in
o e o e u u a i n
the facts.
Den Larsen
(Continued from page one)
day, Larsen retired every man
who faced him in the most tre
mendous drama in world series
history. Tension mounted with
each pitch as the 24-year-old
chucked the perfect performance.
The Yankees scored their i'irsl
run in the fourth inning on Mick
ey Mantel's third home run ol
the series.
Carey opened the Yanks half ol
the sixth by bouncing a single
into center field for the second
hit of Maglie. Larsen advanced
him with a sacrifice. Carey scor
ed easily when Bauer singled
left and Amoros fumbled the ba 1
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Murl Mallett, student at Ohio
University, Athens, visited over
the weekend with his parents,
Mr. and Mrs. Wayn£ Mallett, of
near Carlisle.
Mr. and Mrs. Edwin L. Feld
ner, of Gnllathin, Tenn., are
visiting this week with his sister,
:Ar. and Mrs. James L. Landaker
..nd other local relatives.
Mrs. Zoa V. Dickinson, Mrs.
Ivan Ziler and Mrs. James M.
Johnson and daughter, Marianne
of Caldwell, visited recently
with Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Thorla
of Chandlersville, and Mrs.
Minta Simons and Mr. and Mrs.
Melvin Young of Zanesville.
Mrs. Edna Tarleton has re
turned to her home on Cumber
land street after spending the
vast three weeks with her son,
Mr. and Mrs. Willis Tarleton
and family at Salem.
Mr. and Mrs. Harold L. Ros
siter and children, Susan and
Timmy, were Sunday dinner
guests in the home of Mr. and
Mrs. Dave Merry, east of Cald
wel I.
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Sunday evening callers at the
home of Eddie Chandler, near
Keithtown, were Mr. and Mrs.
George Lawrence and family
and Mr. and Mrs. Howard Smith
and family.
Mrs. Jimmie Tilton, of Cald
well, is in Columbus for a week's
visit with Mr. and Mrs. James
Shilling, Mr. and Mrs. Eugene E.
Tilton and Mr. and Mrs. Richard
O. Tilton.
Mrs. Oclo Poling has returned
to the home of her daughter
after spending the summer
months with Mr. and Mrs. Jim
mie Tilton of Caldwell. Mrs. Til
ton is also a daughter of Mrs.
Poling.
Mr. and Mrs. John Blackburn
returned to their home Saturday
after visiting the past week with
relatives in Canton.
Mr. and Mrs. Herman Lacey
of Belpre and Mrs. Hugh Sef
fens were Sunday guests in the
home of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Sef
fens, Cumberland street. Mrs.
Seffens remained for an extend
ed visit.
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Mr. and Mrs. John Kimnach,
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Woodsfield visiting with rela
tives and friends.
J. E. Dailey and Miss Donna
Lou Dailey, of Marietta, were
recent guests of Mr. ans Mrs. J.
M. Dailey, Bridge street.
Mrs. A. G. Rosenlieb, of
Orange Grove, Calif., visited re
cently with Mrs. W. E. Radcliff
of Main street.
Mrs. Walter Velosky and sons,
Howard and Sammy and daugh
ters, Margie and Mrs. Joe Huff
and JoAnn Huff, all of Alexan
dria, Ky., visited over the week
end with Howard Devol and Mr.
and Mrs. Fred McDonald of Bel
ford street.
Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Minyo
and son, Stephen of Ontario,
Canada, visited last week with
Mr. and Mrs. John Minyo of
Caldwell route 6.
Thad Pickenpaugh, senior at
Ohio University, Athens, visited
the past weekend with his par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. O. H. Picken
oauph, Belford street.
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Thursday, October 11, 1956
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Weekend guests in the home
of Mrs. G. 11. Zimmerman, of
North street, were S. H. Zim
merman of Nanty Glo, Pa. Mr.
and Mrs. C. H. Zimmerman, Mr.
and Mrs. C. A. Lease and Mrs
Myrtle Ringiner, all of Stoys
town, Pa Mr. and Mrs. Thomas
Zimmerman and sons of Cam
bridge, and Mr. and Mrs. Fred
R. Zimmerman, Caldwell route.
Sunday dinner guests in the
home of Mr. and Mrs. William
Archer and son of Byesville were
Mrs. Laura Blake, Mr. and Mrs.
Joseph Archer and Suzanne
Rucker of Caldwell and Miss
Eula Archer of Sarahsville route
1 Mr. and Mrs. Harold Ball of
Canton.
Miss Suzanne Rucker, of Cald
well, is spending this week with
Mr. and Mrs. Harold Ball in
Canton.
Mrs. John Minyo of Caldwell
route 6, and Miss Phyllis Jean
Rarick attended funeral service
last Monday in Logan for the lat
ter's grandmother, Mrs. Lura
Rarirk,
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