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Court House Happenings
Probate Court
In reference to the land sale
Of Samuel F. Wiley, administra
tor of the estate of C. W. Wiley,
deceased, plaintiff, versus Mabel
P. Wiley, Mae Stowe, Samuel F.
Wiley, individually, Linda Wiley
and Ray Wiley, minors, et. al.,
defendants: order dispensing
with new appraiccment and
ordering bond issued additional
bond of administrator filed and
approved order approving ad
ditional bond and ordering sale
issued order of private sale
issued: return and report of pri
vate sale of real estate made by
administrator and filed order
confirming private sale, ordering
deed and distribution issued.
In reference to the land pur
chase of Agnes Bosold, surviving
spouse of Raymond Bosold. de
ceased, versus Victoria Bosold, a
minor, Agnes Bosold, individual
ly, et. al., defendants: summons
on petition by surviving spouse
to purchase real estate issued to
the Caldwell Building and Loan
Company, defendant, returned
by the sheriff of Noble county,
Ohio, and filed.
In reference to the estate of
Ruth Crock, deceased: notice of
claim of administrator against
estate issued to surviving spouse
and minor children returned and
filed return of Roman J. Crock,
administrator, with proof of ser
vice of notice made and filed.
In reference to the land sale
of Roman Crock, administrator
of the estate of Ruth Crock, de
ceased, plaintiff, versus Joseph
Crock, individually, Vivian
Crock and Janet Crock, minors
and Joseph Crock, father and
natural guardian of said minors,
defendants: petition for sale of
real estate to pay debts filed
recipe to issue summons for
minor defendants directed to the
sheriff of Noble county, Ohio,
filed waiver of summons on peti
tion to sell real estate and con
sent to sell filed orders fixing
time for hearing and for notici
issued for answer and hearing
Saturday, Aug. 24, 1957, at 10:00
o'clock a. m. summons on p*t i
tion to sell real estate for minor
defendants to the petition issued
to the sheriff of Noble county,
Ohio.
In reference to the estate of
William M. Wheeler, deceased
notice of filing inventory and
appraisement to known next of
kin by registered mail, returned
marked "unclaimed".
In reference to the will of
Steve Varhola, deceased: notice
to next of kin of application to
probate issued by registered
mail, returned and filed.
In reference to the estate of
Lucy Botkin, deceased: inventory
and appraisement filed waivei
i
y
Di' notir and consen ii ap
proval, ining informauoi. for
notice issued and filed: orders
on filing inventory and appraise-
.nent issued for hearing Wed
nesday, Aug. 23, 1957, at 10:00
o'clock a. m. notice of filing in
ventory and appraisement to
known next of kin, resident of
the state of Ohio, issued, for
publication of notice ill the
Journal.
In reference to the guardian
ship of Henry Reitler: applica
tion for appointment of guard
ian filed order for hearing and
for notice issued for hearing
July 31, 1957, at 10:00 o'clock
a. m. notice of hearing on ap
plication for appointment of
guardian issued to person for
whom appointment is sought
notice of hearing on application
for appointment as guardian
issued to person
having
of said person.
Real Estate Transfers
Bureau of Unemployment
Compensation to Velma Car
penter, dba. City Restaurant,
release of lien.
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M. L. and Elsie C. Weekley to
Mabel B. Weekley, village of
Caldwell, lot 213.
Herzle A. Garrett, deceased, to
Leone Garrett, et. al., Marion
and Stock townships, Vz inter
est, 203 acres, certificate for
transfer.
Mike Haddick, Sr., to John J.
Haddick, Noble township, ap
proximately 2.76 acres.
Elsie C. and M. L. Weekley to
Gilbert W. Weekley, Olive town
ship, 10.35 acres.
B. M. Eagler, deceased, to
Laura Eagler, Jefferson town
ship, certificate for transfer,
721.30, and 13 poles.
Vernon W. and Mary I. Slater
to Roland and Mildred P. Boyd,
Slater's Third Allotment, lot 31.
John Larrick to Tharcilla Lar
rick, Stock township, 53.30 acres.
Eva Michel to Clarence and
Freda Noll, Enoch township,
257.38 acres.
Guy R. and Goldie M. Brown
to Lena McFerren, village of
Caldwell, part of lot 10.
Edgar F. and Maurie Bates to
Dale V. and Frances Milligan,
Noble township, 40 acres.
Bert VanFosssen, deceased, to
Grace VanFossen, et. al., Elk
township, East Union and Cald
well, affidavit for transfer.
Clarence Kenneth VanFossen,
et. al., to Grace VanFosstn, Elk
and Stock townships, East Union
and Caldwell.
Wilford P. Rose, attorney-in
fact, et. al., to Richard J. and
Elizabeth T. Maffe, Rose's Ad
dition, Seneca Lake, lot 56.
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RANDAL L. FAUSS
Randal Lee Fauss is the nine
months old son of Mr. and Mrs.
Thomas Fauss, of Whipple.
Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs.
Ernest Cunningham, of Lower
Salem, and Mr. and Mrs. Edwin
Fauss, of Lowell route 2. Great
grandparents are Harry Fenn
and Herman Fauss, of Lowell.
South Olive
SOUTH OLIVE Mrs. Anna
Miller and Mrs. Roxie Prising
and son, Danny, of near Massil
Ion, visited over the weekend
with Mr. and Mrs. Pearl Row
lands.
Mrs. Vinnle Warren is living
at the present time with her
granddaughter, Mrs. Gilbert Pat
ten and family, Caldwell.
Mr. and Mrs. Donald W. San
ford and sons, of Caldwell, visit
ed Mr. and Mrs. Howard Satiford,
Sunday afternoon.
lyirs. Cora Antill is a patient
in hospital, Marietta. She is there
for observation and treatment.
Ruth L. and Wayne Harper
and Miss Hazel Gessel visited
Mrs. Rhonda Gessel and family,
Sunday. Other callers at the Ges
sel home were Mr. and Mrs.
Wiley Harper and son and Mr.
and Mrs. Elmer Gessel and son.
Mrs. Wilma Swain and son and
Mrs. Vernon Schoeppner ami
sons calle don Mrs. Ruth Har
nion and family, Monday after
noon.
Mr. and Mrs. Johnnie Harper
and son, were dinner guests at
the G. D. Harper home, Sunday
They called on her parents, Mr
and Mrs. Byron Marquis, of Cald
well in the afternoon.
Mr. and Mrs. James Whetstone
and daughter were shopping in
Cambridge, Saturday.
Mrs. A. V. Swain and sons,
and Ruth L. Harper and son,
Willard, were business callers in
Marietta, Friday.
Willard Harper was a business
caller in Ravenswood, W. Va.,
Monday.
Mr. and Mrs. Warren Watson,
of Byesville, Miss Nancy Archer
of Belle Valley and Mr. and
Mrs. James Whetstone and
daughter were visitors at the
Ruth L. Harper home, Friday
evening.
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Pleasant City
THE JOURNAL, CALDWELL', OHIO
Mrs. Ida Bayly Hostess To
Ml. Zion Homemakers Club
lyirs. icia Bayly, route i, was
hostess to members of the Mt.
Zion Homemakers club at her
home Thursday. The president,
Jean Crow, was in charge of the
meeting. Mrs. Mary Ann Bond
and Mrs. Zelma Williams gave
the lesson on "Cooked Meals
From The Freezer."
At noon a covered dish dinner
was enjoyed by the following
present: Fern Williams, Ruby
Secrest, Edna Johnson, Cora
Nicholson, Ava Groves, Norene
Hively, Helen Secrest, Zelma
Williams, Helen Miley, Minnie
Secrest, Jean Crow, Florence
Larrick, Clara Cunningham,
Mary Ann Bond and hostess.
Mrs. Ester Groves was a guest
and Mrs. Freda Secrest, of Co
lumbus, a memiber, was also
present.
The afternoon was spent in
textile painting. Mrs. Clara Cun
ningham won the door prize
Mrs. Cunningham was in charge
of the contests. Prizes being won
by Florence Larrick and Ester
Groves. The November meeting
will be held at the home of Mrs,
Florence Larrick.
Class Meeting
The Builders M.E. Sunday
school class held their regular
monthly meeting in the church
basement, Thursday night.
The president, Jewell Patton
conducted the business hour and
Doris Stranathan led in the de
votionals, using the one hundred
and third psalms and today's
lesson from the upper room. Mrs
Vera Hopps was in charge of
the program which consisted of
readings by Dorothy Winland,
Ester Kackley, Eulalia McKee
and Vera Thompson.
Mrs. Hazel Watkins and Mrs.
Marie Mercer sang a duet. Mrs.
Eulalia McKee had the contest
with Mrs. Lois Gress receiving
the prize.
During the social hour, a lunch
was served in the dining room
on tables decorated with lighted
pumpkin in keeping with the
Halloween season by the host
esses, Norene Hively, Patty
Schafer and Mona Eddy.
Those present including the
above members were: Beulah
Gander, Maude Finnegan, Ester
and Barbara Buckey, Minnie and
Ruby Secrest, Helen and Betty
Miley, Pearl Sprout and Sue
Faught.
New Arrival
Mr. and Mrs. John Hronec. of
Pleasant City route 2, announce
the 'birth of a nine and three
fourth ounce daughter, Wednes
day at the Guernsey Memorial
AVA .Vli. and Mrs. John
Hatcher, Mr. and Mrs. Raymond
Hatcher of Byesville, Mrs. Lucy
Jennings of Caldwell, and Mrs.
Martha Wood visited Mr. and
Mrs. Charles Bates.
Paul Perkins and daughter,
Sharon, of Massillon, Dwight
Perkins and daughter, of Cam
bridge and Clifford Perkins of
Zanesville, spent. Sunday with
Mr. and Mrs. Elsworth Perkins.
Irvin Wickham, of Florida, is
visiting friends and relatives
here.
Mr. and Mrs. Shine Rayner
and Mr. and Mrs. Hobart Davis
have returned home from a vaca
tion in Florida.
Mrs. Tessie Danford, Mrs. Lucy
Jennings of Caldwell and Mr^.
Nora Bates visited relatives at
Batesville and Quaker City re
cently.
Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Wood and
sons, of Buffalo, were visiting
Mrs. Kathleen Buckey and fam
ily, Sunday.
Charles Bates was at Caldwell,
Monday on business.
Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Bates, of
Columbus, and Mr. and Mrs.
Harry Bates, of Sarahsville,
were visiting Mr. and Mrs. Rob
ert Bates, Sunday.
Dwight Larrick, of Newark,
was visiting his mother, Mrs.
M. L. Larrick, Sunday.
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hospital. The baby has been
named Kathy Ann.
At Convention
Misses Ruth and Lydia Ger
man attended a league conven
tion at Lakewood aver the week
end.
Personals
Mrs. Helen Miley and daugh
ter, Betty, visited Saturday after
noon with the former's sister,
Mrs. Mary Secrest at Caldweli.
Mrs. Freda Secrest and Mrs.
Hazel Watkins were Tuesday
dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs.
Clifford Secrest.
Mrs. Mary Ann Bond, of route
1, and Mrs. Zelma Williams of
route 2, attended the Leader
Training at the Methodist church
at Caldwell, Tuesday.
There will be a masquerade
party at the Mt. Zion Lutheran
church, Saturday evening, Oct.
26. Each family is to bring sand
wiches and a covered dish and
come masked.
Mr. and Mrs. Noah Shriver
and son, Dean, Mr. and Mrs.
Warren Miley and daughter,
Betty Jean were Sunday after
noon guests of Patrolman and
Mrs. Harold Miley and family
at Marietta. Enroute to Marietta,
the Shrivers were dinner guests
of the Mileys at Ogle's Maple
Shade Inn, near Dexter City.
Mrs. Freda Secrest returned
to her home in Columbus, Mon
day after spending the past ten
days with local relatives and
friends.
Mr. and Mrs. Clarence McKee
and sons, Ronnie and Kennard
visited over the weekend with
Mr. and Mrs. Harry O'Morrow
and family at Columbus.
Mrs. Jewell Patton spent Fri
day with her daughter, Mrs.
Betty Danford and family at
Cambridge.
Miss Helen Nicholson, student,
Ohio University, Athens, spent
the weekend with her parents,
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Nicholson.
Visiting last week with Mr.
and Mrs. Leslie Coleman were
Mr. and Mrs. Freeman Fouse of
Sarahsville, Mr. and Mrs. Roy
Bates of Orem, Utah and Mrs.
Mary Walters and Mrs. Lizzie
Watson of Caldwell.
Mr. and Mrs. Donald Harper,
of Canton, Mrs. Anna Irwin, Wil
lard Harper, Mr. and Mrs. Hom
er D. Trott and sons, Roger and
Ricky, of Cambridge, spent Sun
day with Mr. and Mrs. Homer
Trott.
Mr. and Mrs. Joe McKee spent
Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Lester
McKee, of Zanesville..
Sarahsville
SARAHSVILLE Mr. and
Mrs. John Gibson, of Zanesville,
spent Friday night with his par
ents and also on Saturday night
with his brother, Mr. and Mrs.
Richard Gibson and family.
Mrs. Betty Drake and children
spent the weekend with her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Grant
Shafer. Raymond Shafer spent
Saturday p. m. Mrs. Martha
Shafer is convalescing from a re
cent illness.
Callers at the home of Mr. and
Mrs. Guy Gibson and Orpha
Swain on Sunday were Mr. and
Mrs. Warden Everly of Cald
well route 1, Mr. and Mrs. Edgar
Richey of Senecaville route, Ed
McGee and daughter, Evelyn of
Salesville route. Mr. and Mrs.
Minor Wood of Ava route 1, Mr.
and Mrs. John Gibson of Zanes
ville, Mr. and Mrs. William
Mansperger, of Cambridge. Mrs,
Swain still remains bedfast,
going on her 17 months. She will
be 88 years old Oct. 31.
Edgar Richey called on Ira
Camden, Sunday. Mr. Camden
remains poorly.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Ball, of
Quakjer City, called on thei^
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Grant
Shafer, Sunday. Other callers
were Freddy Shafer of Canton,
and Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Den
nis and family.
DON THOMAS
COUNTY
COURT
JUDGE
NOBLE COUNTY
YOUR SUPPORT APPRECIATED
Flcction: Tuesday, Nov. 5, 1957
-tUfTy ir irwiivrf nuiinw iHbC'ih nn' WW
Six Months
JOHN D. SMITHBERGER
John David Smithberger is the
six months old son of Mr. and
Mrs. Edgar Smithberger, Lower
Salem, route 1.
The grandparents are Mr. and
Mrs. James Schafer, of Harrietts
ville, and Alex Smithberger, of
Lower Salem route. Mrs. Mary
L. Doan, of Marietta, is the
great-grandmother.
Caldwell Route
CALDvVLLL ROUTE Z Rob
ert Boney was calling on Edna
Boyd, Monday afternoon.
Mrs. Bessie Harper and Mrs.
Virginia Wagner spent Wednes
day with Mr. and Mrs. Fred
Gardner.
Mrs. Alva Garvin and Mrs.
Clem Garvin were business
shopping in Cambridge, Wednes
day afternoon.
Clyde Willey and G. W. Gar
vin was calling on Edna Boyd,
Tuesday.
Mr. and Mrs. Clem Garvin and
Beulah spent Thursday evening
with James Garvin.
Alva Gardner, of Akron, visit
ed Sunday with his sister, Edna
Boyd.
Clem Garvin called on Alva
Qarvin, Sunday.
Mrs. Clem Garvin was calling
on Leoda McGee, of Caldwell re
cently.
Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Barnhart
and James spent Sunday even
ing with Mr. and Mrs. Clem
Garvin.
Mrs. Vesta McFarland is
spending Some time with her
daughter, Mr. and Mrs. George
Spriggs of Mansfield.
Gladys Porter spent, one night
recently with Barbara Merry.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Zimmerman
and George and Sherry, Mrs.
Ernest Barnhart and James, Sue
Hutchins, Jessie Combs, and
James and Johnnie Garvin spent
Sunday evening with Mr. -and
Mrs. Clem Garvin and Beulah.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Gardner
spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs.
Lawrence Harper and family.
There
Mt. Ephroim
Yes, son ... he's a "line flyer."
Natural gas must travel hundreds of
miles through huge pipelines laid under
ground before it can be delivered to
your home. These long transmission
lines climb mountains, dip into valleys,
and plunge under rivers. Miles and miles
of pipeline right-of-way are under con
tinual observation both on land by
the "line walker" and from the air by
the "line flyer."
Inspection of these pipelines is made
Mrs. Noel YanWagenen
Holy Land And Turkey At Meeting
A large crowd attended the
family night pot luck supper on
Wednesday evening in the
Methodist church basement. Mr.
Noel Van Wagenen showed slides
as Mrs. Van Wagenen gave an
interesting talk on the Holy Land
and Turkey.
Catachism will start next Sat
urday morning at 9:00 a. m. for
children 10 years of age and
older and the junior choir will
sing next Sunday morning.
Church Project
A .group of men gathered Sat
urday morning and laid the
water line to the church. Gay
Pitts, of Caldwell, is installing
the rest room fixtures. It is hoped
this project will be finished this
week.
Fall Festival
The annual fall festival will
be Thursday evening at the
school building. The public is
invited.
Personals
Mrs. Ruth Williams, of Cleve-
Here & Yon
HERE AND YON Sunday
visitors of Emma Kirkbride were
her grandson, Bernard Sills' and
family of Cambridge.
Mr. Irvin Wickham and daugh
ter, Lois* and Mrs. Bonnie Peters
of St. Petersburg, Florida, are
spending this week with relative
in Noble county.
Mr. and Mrs. Bill Simpson, o
Biloxi, Mississippi, are visitinj
with relatives and friends
Mr. and Mrs. Ted Hickman
and son, Tommie spent Sunday
with her mother, Mrs. Ruth
Kirk and family.
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Noble county.
Saturday evening visitors of
Mrs. Betsy Poling of Caldwell
were Myrtle Jane Berry, Mr.
and Mrs. Herman Gordon and
son, Junior, and Mr. and Mrs.
R. A. Poling and granddaugh
ter, Patsy.
Mrs. Ula Archer has returned
to her home near Center Service
after several days stay with her
sister, Mrs. Laura Blake of Cald
well.
On
iai.d, is visiting her sister, Mrs.
Marie Bates and husband.
Mr. and Mrs. L. G. Reed, of
Zanesville, spent last week with
Mrs. Luella Pringle.
Mrs. Jane Bates, Mrs. Jewel
Powell, Mrs. Ardith Mendenhall,
and Mrs. Zelma Stiles went to
Newark Tuesday and purchased
a stove for the school which
was installed Saturday.
Bethel Bates was dismissed
from the St. Francis hospital to
his home Sunday. He had been: a
patient there for four weeks.
Mr. and Mrs. Donald Sanfowi
and daughter, of Columbus, spent
the weekend with Mrs. Angie
Bates.
Mr. and Mrs. David Rich and
family visited Saturday with
Mr. and Mrs. William Rich and
family and Mr. and Mrs. J. W.
Rich.
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Keets, of
Cambridge, were Sunday after
noon guests in the home of Mr.
and Mrs. Rodney R. Williams and
daughter. Sunday evening guests
were Mr. and Mrs. J. Wallace
Rich, Mr. and Mrs. Gene Graham
and sons, Mrs. Bud Rich and Mr.
and Mrs. James Sholtis.
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Moody
and son, Marvin, of Roseville,
spent Sunday with Mrs. Edith
Williams and son, James.
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Perennials
Shade Treat
Bulbs, etc.
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