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Council Hires Continued from Page 1 and Mr. Doer of the Fairbanks Morse company were also in attend'ance at the meeting. The irotion to hire the engine er was made by Charles Rogers and seconded by R. D. Buckey. board of public affairs members. Bill Davis, third member of the boc.rd, voted "yes" as did all members of the council, includ ing Walter Colley. Dean Jen nings, G. T. Jennings, Ehvight Wiley and Ernest Dutton. Mayor Dmald D. Nichols presided. The first step in "the purchase of the new diesel engine is the hiring of the engineer and for his preliminary work, the vil Iwgo will pay $1,750. Following his survey, the ad ditional specifications, contract and estimates on the cost of an engine and construction will cost the village an additional $2,250. But during the construction rericd, which Fairbanks-Morse representative estimated won id be at least a year, the village must either buy or went an ad ditional auxiliary unit. Should the 350 K.W. unit from Fairbanks-Morse be available after Nov. 4. the village can rent this for $450.00 a month. This could mean an additional expen diture of $5,400. However, 11 was recommended by Fairbanks-Morse that they buy outright a second hand 150 K.W. unit for at le«st $7,300, without the switchboard or $8,000 with the switchboard. After the new diesel engine has been purchased and installed, then the village will have to sell this temporary unit and the company said it should have a resale value of ot least $4,000. At the rate the load is in creasing at the Caldwell light plant, it was estimated thr.t the new engine, purchased in excess of $150,000, will meet the. needs of the village for only a "period of five to eight years. Then it is assumed that the same situation will develope. another engine will probably be necessary and the revenue bond ed indebtedness of the village will continue as it has in the past. 4 fit** \VHN:«\V. ocTnri K n BHOWANI JUNCTION' THJ K.-FK' 'H T. 18-19-20. TH E STEEL JUBICLE _..\LSO~ GAliV In "DA'AAS" dlTN.-MON.-TfTES.-WED. OCT. 21-*2-23-24 miTi 207 S MEET THE M0K5WS" A!.SO- "Pride of !h? B!u8 Grass' Lh.vri —Ve.\i Miles if! I :i .11 All-, *4* Retired Publisher (Continued .Lorn cne) In 1891, he was united in mar riage to Lillian Yoho and to this union was born a daughter and two sons, only one of whom, Clyde Harris, is .yet living. His first wife died Oct. 6, 1939 and he later married Pearl Yoho Knight, who died June 19, 1951. During his active newspaper life, Mr. Harris served 27 years as chief of the Caldwell fire department and also as a mem ber of the villr.ge council, board of public affairs, board of health and several other civic organiza tions. Mr. Harris is proud of that fact that he has never missed vot ing in a primary or general elec tion, including 20 presidential campaigns, from 1880 to and in cluding 1956. In the earlier years, he pointed out that elections were held in April, October and November, the latter being presidential. At the age of 14 years, he united with the Caldwell Pres byterian church but then trans ferred to the church at Troy but in 1890 became a member of the a w e e o i s u where he is still active. He was also one of the 127 original shareholders of the Caldwell Building & Loan com pany back in 1885 and is now the only one living at this time. Early in January, 1905 he was made a member of the board of directors, later serving several years as president and for the past 15 years has been chairman, of the board. During the 52 years as a board member, he has failed to attend only two meetings of this finan cial institution and both of these were because of the death of a close relative. N MEMORY In memory of George Edward Harper, who passed away seven years ago, Oct. 15, 1949. Within the silent grave he sleeps The birds sing o'er his head I never will forget the day They told me he was dead. They say that time will heal the wounds And in the future ^lot far, My aching heart would heal And be without a scar. & E E E But seven years have come and gone Like sunshine and the rain But memories of his presence To me are just l^he same. The years may come and year* may gu And all is in the past The memories of the one $ loved They .-ha!l i,rcvr,- last. COMMISSIONER When Earthly sorrows arc1 no more And from this earth I'm called I hope to clasp his hand again And be with him for evermore. Sadly missed by: Ruth L. Harper, wife, !I ixJ iMh'ren. NOBLE COUNTY (Second Term) YOUR SUPPORT APPRECIATED! '.lection: Tuesday, Nov. 6, 195(i Jwjud JodAA,. au 1W* usiJjP a SB tm 8 & i 1 fJCf* ait i* I Lai ilu flutv I%: OW $ei'V€ k Qwi Spsiaalh}! A K S I E ^rue-in iitesiaurant USR 21 North of Caldwell lI! Contributors. (.Continued i:m Alonzo Hutchison, Point Roberts, Wash. .. Dr. C. T. Okey, Columbus Auxiliary Columbus, Ohio Mi-s. Gerald Cover, Cleveland, Ohio Mayme Sealock, Caldwell One) V.F.W. Auxiliary Batesville American Legion .. Noble Unit Auxiliary No. 252 Noble Lodge, No. 459, & A. M. Belle Valley Legion, No. 641 S. Durward Hoeg, Marietta Carrie H. Merritt, $10.00 $ 5.00 Elizabeth Stickle Power. Arizona Cynthia Morris Elson, $ 2.00 Mesa, Arizona .... Dexter City Legion Chamber of Commerce ... Knights of Columbus .... Belle Valley Legion $ 5.00 $ 5.00 $25.00 $ 5.00 $ 5:00 Caldwell Building and Loan Co Ava Brick Company ...... Caldwell, Noble County $25.00 $25.00 $ 5.00 $ 5.00 $ 5.00 $ 5.00 $ 5.00 $10.00 Macksiburg, Ohio Elizabeth Little Sichiner, Akron. Ohio Columbia Thompson, 1858 Summit St., $ 1*00 $ 5.00 .$10.00 $ 5.00 $ 5.00 Hon. John E. Henderson, Cambridge ... Noble Post No. 252, $10.00 American Legion H. B. Smith, 5118 Dorchester Ave., $ 5.00 Chicago 15, 111. Journal-Leader, Caldwell Leota McElroy Dowds, Cuyahoga Falls Charles J. Coyle, Caldwell D.U.V. Ann Dalzeli Tent, Caldwell S 5.00 $50.00 $ 2.00 $ 1.00 $ 5.00 Traffic Safety (Continued from page one) from the other direction to see the school bus as it transports the students to the building. There is also a shanp drop-off at this particular point and it is almost impossible for two vehicles to pass. The township trustees will be isked to repair the road, in the safety of grade school students, either by cutting down the knoll or placing guard rails on the side of the highway. It was also reported that cross walks had been painted at the main entrance of the Caldwell grade school building by Mar shal Jack Oliver. The village erected additional school signs on the Main street entrance and the committee will ask if a controlled traffic light can be installed here. Chairman Watson said today that letters are welcome by the committee from people who know of any other dangerous situations in the county that might be corrected in the interest of safety and traffic. They will he referred to Ihe enforcement ommittee and then acted u£on, they feel it is justified and not on a personal basis. Road Petitions (Continued from page one) Thompson, dog and kennel, kill ing dogs, $23.54 Elswick's In surance, road and bridge ,insur ance on truck add'l. prem., *28.93 Susie Minyo and Peter Jr., Minyo, road and bridge, lamages caused by changing of •reek channel, $275.00 Journal, general, appropriation ledger for 1957, $67.95 C. R. Atkinson, gen eral, postage, $9.63. The Hecr Printing Co., gen eral, supplies for recorder, S21.50 Gillespie's, general, medi ine, $92.20 The Rocky Glen Sanatorium, general, medicine, S21.50 L. C. Roettig MD., gen eral, pulmonary function study of Luther Sponcil, $10.00 The Uocky Glen Sanatorium, general, hospitalization for September, S947.70 Burroughs Corporation, •joneral, mechanical service, S9.50 Homer Weedon 56-18, road and bridge, maintenance of oounty roads, $5,718.55 Payroll, general $1,037.50 road and bridge $266.67. relief $126.00, totalling $1,430.17. See The Journal for Qualitv Printing THE JOURNAL, CA Robert Secrest- (Continued from one) on the actual grave of John Gray. This entourage will leave the roadside park at 12:30 p. m. and return in plenty of time for the actual program which will begin sharply at 2:00 o'clock. Foundation for the memorial was set at the roadside park by Malcolm Parks of Parks Me morials. He also set the marker when it arrived in Caldwell last Saturday. The marker has since been covered and will not be unveiled until it has been presented to Noble county by Mr. Reisener. Silas ThorJa, who is now bask ing in the eventide of a well spent life at 97 years, makes his home with a daughter, Mrs Winnie Mbore of Zanesville. Despite his age and slight stroke which he suffered last year, Mr. Thorla is very active and is looking forward to taking part in the program, if his health continues. Members of the Noble county ambulance unit of the Ohio Na tional Guard will augment the other patriotic organizations ex pected at the dedication. All the various posts in the county, in cluding the American Legion and V.F.W. have been invited. It is expected the O.N.G. will have at least one platoon at the ceremony. Star Windsor, division land scape engineer for the state high way department, has completed arrangement to have the roa I side park in excellent condition for the program. He will be back in Noble county Friday to make a final check. The program will open at 2:OH o'clock, Saturday afternoon, with the iplaying of the national anthem by the Caldwell high school band, under the direction of its student director. Invoca tion will be given by Rev. Wal ter H. Brown, of the Dexter City-Macksifcurg charge. Pledge to the flag will be under the direction of Miss Laverne Kalan, member of the V.F.W. girl scout troop. A history of John Gray will be given by Einvin C. Zepp, director of the Ohio Historical society, after which Congressman John E. Henderson will speak briefly on John Gray. Appreciation to the patriotic citizens of this county for erect ing the monument will be ex pressed by Dr. Charles A. Ander son, president of the Ohio Society, S.A.R. and Mrs. Ralph Mittendorf, director, Southea-i District. D.A.R., and Harry C. Schwartz, chairman of the me morial committee, representing ihe Monuments Builders of Ohio. Following the memorial pre sentation by Eric Reisener and its unveiling by Silns Thorla, former Congressman Secrest will deliver the dedicatory address. The program will close with taps, musk by the high school band and benediction by Rev. Brown. Cub Scouting Cnn+inne'1 rrnm oaun Reed Vogle, Bud Ramsey. Timmy Hupp, Ronnie Johnson. This den will meet at the Johnson home each Tuesday afternoon from 3:30 to 4:30 o'clock. Merle Barnhart v.... eh".en to be the cubmaster. Ira Branuon will serve as institutional rep resentative and the following men will serve on the Pack com mittee Richard Ball, chairman, Willard Radeliff and James Hill. Two more men will bo selected to round out the com mittee. The pad will meet the .-e:-ond Thursday ol each month in the church basement. Any boy, 8, ii, or 10 years old, who would like to join the Pack, should contact Merle Barnhart or Ira Brandon. High Number (Continued from page one) year, with 61.5 million people casting ballots, there were still 37 percent of the nation's voting, age population who did not re cord their opinions. In 1948 tin proportion was even greater, n percent. For the coming election, an increase of liO percent over the 1952 turnout is being sought ir every section of the country. In Noble county, it would mean that 610 more balk. would have to be cast. He w closely the county approach that goal will not be known until November 6th. In some states, where registra tions have been completed, the 10 percent gain may be hard to achieve. In other states, how rver, it mnv he exceeded. Member New Philadelphia Methodist Church, Kn'.ghts of Fytliias, Grange, Deputy County Auditor, and lived on a ii».rm for 25 years. Official Representative of the Methodist Church, U.S.A., to the Ninth World Conference in 1956. ELECTION: NOV. 6, 1956 |C li, Coshoction, Guernsey, Holmes, Knox, Monroe, Morrow, Noble, Tuscarawas, •and Wayne Counties. .DWELL, OHIO RETURNED HOME Mrs. Ethel Dutton was return ed to her home in Macksburg from the Lowe rest home in Reinersville where she was re covering from a rare disease, virus of the spine. Mrs. Cora Longfellow is caring for her. The trip home was mode in tl* MoVay ambulance. Mr. and Mrs. Ervin Wright of Pine Grove, W. Va„ visited Sun dc'v ttffrrnorr nt the Mr. art! I.. S. K.vmsev. 'aMa eli. eit these. -. STRIETMANN'S ZESTA CRACKERS uROWM 3EAUTY COFFEE BALL'S SPECIAL! FREE COUPON FREE! II*"- Uvular Cake i/.e JLXJULUJUUUUUUULUJJJJ^ ALL SIZES TAKE \OI K PICK! 7 Double Duty Econotnee ©Li O 4 Lbs. FRESII. SOLID 50-Lb. Bag S1X9 & I K Pick i' the croy» tor flavor. leiiow ysaeas DAVID DAVIES WHILE THEY LAST! Piece Lb. LHSBY'S Lively and subtle, mellow and bright! LITTLE CHEF In Bottles B„. 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Among those attending were Nellie Ullman, Lela Kev ser, Lucy Jennings, Sylvia Oli ver, .Anna Cleary, Ella Parks, Helen Carter, Mary Sanford, Ber nice Semon, Sophia Buckey, Jo "rrihin" ATT" 25 79 ROYAL All flavors! omphh. (phnduai (DypWi bmni! JhsiAk and QwisuA Tfl&aiA! GOLDEN-RIPE latin Pesser 4S2 i U O 5 0 -U a 2fc Lb. STERLING Square Box PI'RE BULK tl.il i^u:H.iou.- hule I WELL—! e !.i /. Can Thursday, October 18, 1956 FINGER LACERATED Mayone Urdak, Belle Valley, lacerated the middle finger of her left hand Sunday evening when she got this member in a meat slicer. The accident occurr ed while she was at work at the Parkside Drive-In restaurant, north of Caldwell. She was treat ed at the office of Dr. E. G. Ditch and dismissed. See The Journal for (,"u:i!iiy Printum HjK I ILJ 49 2-Lb. Box Full Pound Bfcg CALDWELL MAID" ICE CilAM 2 Gai. Pkg. $1.55 2-Lb. Bag 9 Of. HI LO F.c $1.70 BULK HOME-RENDERED h. 2 Lbs. :*x tLW SMOKED Jowl 'ft Lb. 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