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$ Page Four—9 Fort Blinkey Home Builders Sunday School Class Entertained At Church, Thursday Mr. and Mrs. David Mackic and Mr. and Mrs. John Mackie entertained members of the Homebuilders Sunday school class in the church basement on Thursday evening. Mrs. David Mackie had charge of the de votionals and Mr. Harley Mc Atee, the president, presided over the business session. Reports were given concern ing the boys' 4-H and girls' 4-H clubs. At the close of the meet ing, a social hour was enjoyed and refreshments were served by the hosts and hostesses. Those enjoying the evening were Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Mc Atee, Mrs. June Huffman, Mr. and Mrs. Harley McAtee, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Frew, Mr. Rodney Rowlands, Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Blake and the hosts and host esses. Children present were Judy and Joyce McAtee, Michael and Byron Lee Huffman, Phyllis Maokie and Kay Mackie. The next meeting will be held on March 28 with Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Blake serving as host and hostess. Dinner Guests Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Goodwill, of Corning, Ohio, were dinner guests at the E. E. Blake home on Tuesday. Other visitors were Mrs. Ethel McDonald and Mrs. Gladys Ringler of Akron. The Easy 3-Poinl Way to Higher Dairy Profits 1. YOU FEED 'EM 2. YOU MILK 'EM 3. CALL YOU COBA TECHNICIAN TO BREED 'EM For Service Call:* CALDWELL 100 County Extension Office Noble County Dairy fir Beef Service Co-op Farmer-Owned and Operated Affiliated with the— Central Ohio Breeding Association i no irv ON YOUR CLOTHES! Personals Mr. H. G. Keeton, of Caldwell, was a business caller at Port Blinkey and Mr. Don Reed of Reed Insurance agency, Cald well, was also a recent visitor in Blinkey. Miss Linnie D. Goodwill and Mr. and Mrs. G. F. Warren were Marietta business callers on Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Musgiave and children, of Williamstown, W. Va., were Sunday dinner guests at the home of the form er's (parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Blake. Miss Linnie Godwill was a dinner guest of Mr. and Mrs. G. F. Warren on Sunday. Mrs. Norma Leget, of Vincent route, spent Sunday at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Howard Lewis here. We were glad to hear that Mrs. Isaac Atkinson has been discharged from Memorial hos pital, Marietta and hope she con tinues to improve. Mr. Jack Hutchins, formerly of Port Blinkey, is very ill in the Osteopathic hospital in Mari etta. We appreciate the news sent in and hope others will do like wise. It helips us and people away who likes to know how we are and what we are doing, so won't you please "come over and help us?" Kennonsburg KE.NxNOxNSiiL'iiG The Wayne Homemakers club will meet at the home of Mrs. Emma Massie, Wednesday, March 13th t'»r an all day meeting. The les nn will be, add color to meals with attractive, appetizing vege a bles. (irange Meeting The next meeting of grange will be March 14 and Mrs. Hazel Kutaiczak will be the recrea tional leader. At the close of the meeting, lunch of coffee, and doughnuts will be served. Personals Mr. and Mrs. B. Harding and children, of Chandlersville, were visiting Mrs. Mary J. Wells on Sunday. Mrs. Betty Kohut was visiting Mrs. Esther Lashley, Saturday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Don McMillen and son, Timmy, of Newcomers town, were visiting Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Wilson, Sunday. Mrs. Hazel Williams was visit ing Mrs. Laura Williams and daughter, Virginia, Monday. Mrs. Victor Williams and son, Jimmie and Mrs. Hazel Williams were visiting Mrs. Wm. Gregg (lav last -wick. no tray IN THE WAY! New'57 RCA WHIRLPOOL —the automatic wasbei with built-in lint filter Now a lint filter that's out of the way—no tray! Nothing to interfere with loading! Fil ters out lint full-time, auto matically, even when water level is low. Two washing speeds, too—Normal for your regular wash, Gentle for your finer things. See it now. Choose from all-porcelain white or smart new Matchmaker colors. Yours for as little as 63 Tr a week (Imperial model) your old washer makes the down payment BARNHART'S Phone 20 516 North Street Little Miss CHERYL ANN FISH Cheryl Ann is the seven months old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Walter David "Bud" Fish of Pleasant City route. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Ickes and Mr. and. Mrs. Walter Fish of Pleasant City route are the grandparents. Elba ELBA Mr. and Mrs. Billie Pryor and children, of Parkers burg, W. Va., were weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Haas. Clara Reed has returned home after visiting with Mr. and Mrs. Ray Franks at Lower Salem. Mr. and Mrs. Homer Lee, of Lower Salem, and Mrs. Helen Kehl and son, of Bond, were Sunday evening callers at the C. E. Still home. Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Schob were in Caldwell, Friday. Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Swain and sons spent Sunday with their daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Merle Hickle at Byesville. James Phelps, of Chesterhill, spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. P. D. Goodwill and Clara Reed. William Greenless, of Mari etta, and Paul Stockwell, of Williamstown, W. Va., were Sat urday callers here. Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Schob and daughter, Doreen, Betty Good will and son, Darrel, were in Marietta, Saturday. James Phelps, of Chesterhill, was a Sunday caller at the C. E. Still home. Clara Reed and Dickson Good will were in Caldwell, Friday. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Hughey, Sr. of Zanesville, were Sunday even ing callers of Mr. and Mrs. P. D. Goodwill. Clara Reed was In Caldwell, Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Hill and children, of Zanesville, spent the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Harold Williams. Keep your guard up. Joiif the Ohio National Guard. Ik THE JOURNAL, CALDWELL, OHIO MIDDLEBBRG NEWS MIDDLEBURG The church social that was held at the school house for the Middleburg church on Thursday evening was well attended in spite of bad weather. The committee expressed their thanks for all the donations that were given and especially the nice music furnished by the Shen andoah Valley Gang. Jessie Bettinger was a caller at Mr. and Mrs. Harry Eichhorn's Noble Township NOBLE TOWNSHIP The March meeting of the Belle Val ley W. S. C. S. is scheduled to be held at the home of Mrs. Patricia Stiers, Friday evening, March 8. Attendance Good Attendance was good Sunday at the Belle Valley Methodist church. Regular Sunday school and preaching services were ob served and also baptismal services for Steven and Sharon, young children of Mr. and Mrs. Claude Wilson. Enjoying Visit Mrs. Rennard Lee of Akron visited her mother, Mrs. Olive Milligan and other relatives over the weekend. Little Cheryl Milli gan accompanied her aunt home to stay while her mother, Mrs. Dale Milligan is in the Guernsey Memorial hospital for surgery. Personals Mumps are still quite prevelant in our community—so many chil dren absent from school. Edgar Bates spent Sunday morning with his father, Pete Bates of Reinersville route 1, who is in poor health at this time. Clara Boyd and father-in-law were calling on Martha Belle Wheeler and Ernie Ray, one af ternbon this past week. Archer's Ridge ARCHERS RIDGE Mrs. Ida Smith has returned tu her home after spending the past week with her daughter Mr. and Mrs. Fred Allen, of Zanesville. Mr. and Mrs. Zedrick Clark called on Mrs. Ida Smith,. Wed nesday evening. Natie Wickham visited Tues day with his daughter, Pauline, a patient at a Cambridge hospi tal. Richard, Larry and Kenny Hill, Donna Bettinger and Ron nie Lahue spent Wednesday evening with Natie Wickham imi Larry Wickham. Mrs. Oliver Anderson spin! Tuesday with Mr. and Mrs. i bert Clark and family. Larry Wickham spent t!u wekend with Jim Keyser of near Caldwell. Mrs. Bertha Lahue and ton, Natie Wickham spent Sunday evening with Mr. and Mrs. D-1 bert Clark and family. Friday morning. Mrs. Clara Morrison, Mr. anc Mrs. Earl Hayes spent Sunda\ evening with Mrs. Bertha Hayes James Morrison and boys spenl Sunday evening with Mr. anc Mrs. Edson Clark and boys. Mr. and Mrs. Blake Pryor anc boys visited Mrs. Sarah Hen thorne and daughter at New Mat amoras Saturday evening. Miss Jewell Ullman, Mrs. Blanche Shafer and son, Harry and Mr. and Mrs. Walter Estadt spent Sunday afternoon with Mr. and Mrs. Harry Pryor. Mrs. Leona Mitchell and Sandra and Linda Mitchell visit ed Sunday afternoon with Mr. and Mrs. Frank Harriman and family. John Antill, Bob Brotton and Eddie Roehrig who are employ ed with Marietta Silo Co., at North Carolina, spent the week end at their homes. Mrs. Jessie Bettinger visited Wednesday afternoon with Mrs. Lucille Clark. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Gildow and daughters spent Sunday evening with Mr. and Mrs. Paul Clark and family of Caldwell. Mrs. Bonita Antill and family wishes to thank each and every one for the gifts and etc. at the baby shower given for her at the home of her sister, Mrs. Eve lyn Antill here at Middlebung last Thursday evening. Mr. Lawrence Moreland of Indiana, visited his sister. Mrs. Clara Morrison, Wednesday morning. He was called here by the death of his relative at Byesville. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Clark and children, of Whigville and Mr. and Mrs. George Braden and daughter, Donna, of Newark, spent the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Earl Clark. Mr. Ervin Morrison and son, Clarence and son, Tommy were calling on relatives here, Sun day. Mr. and Mrs. Lee Mitchell and son, Hugh, of Canton, and Char les Mitchell left Sunday for South Carolina, to attend the wedding of their son, Hugh. Mrs. Freda Clark and son, Tom, spent Sunday afternoon with Mr. and Mrs. Bill Fleeman of Dungannon. the smoothest power you can buy- One Year Old fiiSi f*M£ ,§ JAMES E. BARNHART James Edward Barnhart is the one year old son of Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Barnhart of Caldwell route 5. He celebrated his birth day anniversary on January 26. Grandparents are Mrs. Ollie Gar vin of Caldwell route 5 and Mr. and Mrs. Clem Garvin of Cald well'route 3. Great-grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. John Boney of Hosk insv ille. Pleasant Hill PLEASANT iULL Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Musser, of Zanesville, spent .the weekend with Nellie Snode. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Young and children, of Zanesville, spent Sunday with Ella Belle Cater, Leslie Cater and family. Mr. and Mrs. Chdrles West and son, of Sarahsville, visited with Vernon West and family, Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Owen Larrick spent Sunday with Nellie Snode. Mr. and Mrs. Mai'tin Rochus, of Columbus, spent the weekend with Floyd Davis and family and Mr. and Mrs. Martin Rochus, Br. Mr. and Mrs. Delbert Swain, of Columbus, spent Sunday with Irvin Johnstown and wife and Orpha Swain and Mr. and BARNHOUSE CHEVROLET COMPANY Telephone 261 Miller Street Super Boron is the smoothest power you can buy for three reasons: 1. Sohio's exclusive Boron gasoline discovery. 2. Aviation anti-knock compound. 3. A new, super high octane rating. There's no other gasoline like it anywhere! Mrs. Guy Gibson. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Snode and children, of Zanesville, visit'd with Guy Gibson and fam iy and Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Snode. Nellie Snode returned honu with them to spend the week Mr. and Mrs. Buster Nelson and children, of Coiumbus, spent Saturday with Eli Roger.s and wife. COMPLETE AUTO SERVICE ALL MAKES NAME ADDRESS QUAKER CIITY NEWS QUAKER CITY Mr. and /Irs. Cecil Bundy spent last week od with their children, Leon Jundy and family of Dayton Mr. nd Mrs. Glenn Bundy and fam ily and Mr. and Mrs. Lee Lashley of Columbus. The annual World Day of Pray er will be held Friday, March 8. A joint service will be held at 7:30 in the local Christian church. Mrs. Irene Spurgeon is visiting with Mrs. Delia Steele, Middle bourne. Mrs. Steele has returned home after spending two weeks with the Charles Lortg family. Mr. and Mrs. Dale Keller of Columbus spent last weekend with his mother, Mrs. Clarence Floyd- Mr. and Mrs. Davis Steele and children of Chagrin Falls spent a weekend recently with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Smith and Mrs. Delia Steele. Mr. and Mrs. Jules Canel and family spent the weekend visit ing with Mr. and Mrs. Ancel Can el and family of Canton and Mr. and Mrs. John Lasko, Akron. Mrs. Lulu White of Cleveland and Mrs. Lela Linton, Spring field, Pa., former local residents spent a day recently with local friends. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Keenan and family of Mt. Gilead, visited recently with Mr. and Mrs. Stew art Brownfield. Their little daugh ter, Debbie, who has been visit ing here returned home with them. Mr. and Mrs. Alton Stephens spent last weekend with her sis ter, Mrs. Josie Shamhart and fam ilv of Newark. HOW MUCH DO YOU WANT? Cut out and mail for any amount up to $1000. FOR SPECIAL QUICK ACTION PHONE 69 ™E CITY LOAN SUPER BORON\ 520 West Street Bob Miller, Mgr. S0HI0 /aaar Thursday, March 7, 1957 Mr. and Mrs. Warren Burris and family, Cambridge, visited Sunday evening with Mr. and Mrs. Ray Brothers and family. Mrs. Ethel Johnson, Mrs. Freda Frakes and Miss Gertrude Deal visited last Sunday with Miss Bernice Koeler at Zanesville. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Jefferies and daughter and Mr. and Mrs. Rob ert Stephens visited last Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Charles Busby and family at Cadiz. Mrs. Hazel McBurney, Mrs. Helen Floyd, attended a Leaders training meeting of Home Dem onstration groups held at the Ohio Power kitchen in Cambridge recently. Mrs. Robert Dearth, Cambridge and her mother, Mrs. Cyril Hen dershot of this place visited re cently in Columbus with rela tives. Mr. and Mrs. Chris Fisher and children of Alliance spfent last weekend with Mr. and Mrs. John Connor and Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Weber and son. Howard Forsythe of Columbm spent a weekend recently with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Edsoa Forsythe. Miss Ruth Edgar of Columbus was a weekend visitor at the home of her brother, William Ed gar and family. Mr. Charles Johnson spent serf** eral days last week at the home of his son, Lester Johnson and family, Fairdale. The- temperature at which an oven meal should cook is determ ined by the temperature required by the meat. & SAVINGS CO.