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Thursday, December 12, 1957
Summerfield
Vernon Moore Installed As Master
Ot Local Lodge, F. & A. M.r Thursday
Summerfield Lodge F. & A. M.
met Thursday evening for their
regular meeting and installation
of officers for the ensuing year.
During the meeting the follow
ing officers were installed: Mast
er, Vernon Moore senior warden,
Ross Watson junior warden.
Dean Oliver secretary, Everett
Bircher treasurer, Ray Keylor
senior deacon, Blaine Day jun
ior deacon, A1 Dysert tyler, John
Leasco stewarts, H. W. Weaver
and C. A. Atkinson trustee, C. D.
MoKinney chapalin, Durel Truax.
The installing officers were
Truax and Moore and installing
marshal was H. W. Weaver. Af
ter the close of the meeting, a
lunch was served.
Women To Meet
The women of the Methodist
church will meet Thursday, Dec.
19, at 10:00 for their get-together
meeting, with a sack ulnch at
noon.
Club Meeting
The Homemakers club met on
Thursday at the home of Mrs.
Leone Garret for their regular
meeting. Mrs. Kathryn Dysert
had charge of the lesson, "Meals
From the Freezer", and at noon a
delicious meal was enjoyed, part
of the day was spent sewing rag
rugs.
In the afternoon, business was
conducted by the president, Le
one Garrett, and numbers were
drawn for the fifty-cent gift ex
change. The lesson was also ex
plained more in detail by Kath
ryn.
The next meeting will be neld
in the Grange hall on Jan. 9 and
the meeting will be in charge of
Mrs. Ruth Archer. Other present
besides the above mentioned
were Pearl McKinney, Wilma
Johnson and son, Jimmy, Wadna
Hanes, Celia Peters, Elsie Bode,
Pearl Reed, Verna Dotson, Nora
Hill, Marie Bircher, Roma Jean
Wharton, Treva Tilton and Mar
ian Leasco.
Personals
Mrs. Ross Watson and Mrs. Ray
Keylor were among the shoppers
Friday in Cambridge.
Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Garrett
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PENS and SETS
SHAEFFER CARTRIDGE
$2.95
Se,s
were shopping in Zanesville Fri
day and they also visited with
Mrs. Odell Herlan.
Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Weaver
were business callers Friday in
Caldwell.
Mrs. Vernon Moore and chil
dren and'Miss Mildred Hannum
were among the shoppers Satur
day in Marietta.
Mr. and Mrs. Lester Hesson of
Summerfield route were among
the shoppers Saturday in Mar
ietta.
Mrs. Clara Evens visited recent
ly with Mrs. J. C. Wyscarver.
Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Gibson of
Cambridge visited Sunday with
their parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. P.
Gibson and Mrs. Offa Bishop.
Mr. and Mrs. H. N. Rutherford,
Mr. and Mrs. Don Rutherford and
sons of Caldwell route, Mr. and
Mrs. Leland Lutz of Lancaster,
Mr. and Mrs. William Truax of
Dayton, visited recently with
Mrs. Leone Garrett and son.
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Gessell
and son, of Zanesville, visited Fri
day night with her parents, Mr.
and Mrs. Joe Guiler.
Mr. Edwin Bates of Pasadena.
Calif., visited this week with his
sisters, Mrs. E. T. Bircher and
husband and Mrs, Fred Fisher
and husband, He was enroute
home following a conference in
Washington at the U. S. Depart
ment of Commerce. He is mana
ger of the Department Field Of
fice in Los Angeles.
Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Wheatley,
Mr. and Mrs. A. G. Wharton, Mr.
and Mrs. A. R. Batten, Mrs. Betty
Kearns and children, Mrs. Fran
cis Harding and children, Mrs.
A1 Dysert and sons were among
the shoppers Saturday in Cald
well.
DECLARES DIVIDEND
The Board of Directors of In
vestors Selective Fund, Inc.,
mutual fund affiliate of Inves
tors Diversified Services, Inc.,
has declared a regular quarterly
dividend of 13 cents per share,
payable Dec. 12, to shareholders
of record at the close of business
Nov. 29. Richard F. Long repre
sent- the c^mpanv V. i- count v.
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$4-95
PARKER
$5.95 Sets $9JO
PAPERMATE SCRIPTO
PARKER JOTTER
HAIR BRUSH SETS
$2
$10
50
HAfR DRYERS
$(£.95 $8-95
ELECTRIC RAZORS
Norelcs $24.95
Remington $27.50
Auto- Home $33.50
Rollelectric $31.50
Schick $29.50
Sunbeam $29.50
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Brownie Holiday Outfit $9.95
Brownie Starflash Outfit $9.95
Brownie Hawkeye Outfit $15.25
Brownie Bullseye Outfit $19.95
take COLOR SLIDES
Argus C-3 $69-50
(With Attachment and Case)
Argus C-20 Outfit $59-50
Kodak Pony II *26
Projectors, Screens, Viewers, Light Meters
GIVE MOVIES FOR CHRISTMAS
Cameras- 8 mm $29.95
Projectors $62.50
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Shoot Two Deer In West Virginia
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Sheriff and Mrs. Donald Conaway and Leland Hesson are
shown admiring their two deer which they caught last week near
Davis, W. Va.
The one on the right is a ten-point buck and that on the left,
an eight-point buck.
The Caldwell hunters left Sunday morning for.Davis, W. Va.,
and both had bagged their catch Monday §veningj
The average weight was 140 pounds and they were dressed
by the Hayes meat market.
Deer Hunting Season Now Open In
Noble County But Ends Saturday
The deer season in Ohio and Noble county opened Wednesday,
Dec. 11 and will continue for four day* through Saturday, Dec.
Although declared extinct in Ohio in 1911, the deer has made a re
markable comeback and the population today is listed at some 3,500
to 4,000 animals.
Deer may be taken with shotgun loaded with single ball or rifled
slug but rifles are prohibited.
The hunting hours are from 9:00
a. m. to 5:00 p. m.
One deer only of either sex
may be taken in all counties of
the state except Scioto and
Adams, where* bucks only may
be taken.
According to the division of
wildlife, the eastern one-half of
the state provides deer hunting
opportunities for the greatest
number of hunters as there are
more deer and considerably more
deer range in this region. In
the western half of the state,
there are fewer deer and much
less deer range, resulting in
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Phone 296-J
THE JOURNAL, CALDWELL. OHIO
14.
hunting opportunities for fewer
hunters.
In addition to a valid 1957
hunting license, all deer hunters
in Noble county must have on
their person a 1957 deer hunt
ing permit which cost $5.00 and
obtainable throughout the
state from license dealer agen
cies.
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WHTGViLLii, Mr. and Mrs.
Donald Berry spent Saturday
evening with Mr. and Mrs. Ray
Clark.
Mr. and Mrs. Bob. Gessel and
son, of Zanesville, spent Satur
day afternoon with Mr. and Mrs.
Forest Danford.
G6orge Berry spent Friday
with Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Van
Fossen, of East Union.
Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Guiler,
of Caldwell, were callers here
Sunday afternoon.
Mr. and Mrs. S. A. West and
son, Clarence were shopping at
Caldwell, Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. Ray Clark and
children spent Sunday afternoon
with Mr. and Mrs. Earl Clark,
of Middleburg.
Gloria and Mrs. Joe Guiler of
Summerfield, spent Sunday af
ternoon with Mr. and Mrs. IT. H.
Danford.
Mr. and Mrs. Donald -Berry
and Mrs. Ruth Clark and chil
dren were at Caldwell, Saturday
Ray Clark and Clarence West
were at Columbus, Thursday.
Helen Moore, Gloria Bates and
Gloria Guiler, of Summerfield,
were callers here, Thursday.
Middleburg
MIDDLEBURG Mr. and Mrs
Edward Gildow were cullers at
Marietta Saturday.
Mrs. Clara Morrison and sons,
Jack and Larry, spent Thanks
giving Day with Mr. and Mrs.
Charles Moore and family, of
Barberton.
Sunday guests of Mr. and Mi's
Walter Estadt were Mrs. Bertha
Johanning, Jr., and Franchon
Ann of Harriettsville, Mrs. Wan
da Ullman of Lower Salem, Mrs.
Lydia Pryor of Lower Salem,
route, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Shafer
and son Harry, of Harriettsville,
Mrs. Frieda Carnes and son, Eu
gene, of Belle Valley.
Mrs. Frieda Clark spent Tues
day with Mr. and Mrs. Harvey
Hayes of Dexter City.
Charles Mitchell spent Tues
day at Zanesville.
Mr. and Mrs. George Krask
pought and son, Danny, of near
Zanesville, visited Wednesday af
ternoon with Mr. and Mrs. J. H.
Morrison and family.
Gay Bettinger and Frank Harri
man are at the present time pull
ing casing in West Virginia.
Mrs. Vesta Bettinger, Mrs.
Myrtle Harriman and children
were callers at Caldwell Tuesday.
Ray Bettinger of Sarahsville,
was calling at Middleburg Thurs
day afternoon.
Mrs. Bertha Hayes spent Fri
day afternoon with Mrs. Clara
Morrison.
Thomas Clark, who is stationed
with the National Guards at Tex
as, has his six months in and ex
pects to start for home the 14th
of December.
J. H. Morrison, Dick and Bev
erly Poland were callers at Ava
Sunday afternoon.
Alex Bettinger was taken last
week to Memorial hospital, Mar
ietta, for observation and treat
ment.
Francis Thompson spent Fri
day night with Mr. and Mrs. Bert
Miracle, of Carlisle.
Mr. and Mrs. Bert Miracle, Mr.
and Mrs. Francis Thompson and
girls visited Sunday afternoon
with Mr. and Mrs. Leland Feld
ner and family and Mrs. Theresa
Thompson.
Here & Yon
HERE AND YON Addi.on
Rossiter spent Saturday with
Time: 7
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Wmgville
:30.
his
son, Larry at Columbus. He is
slowly improving but will re
main a patient for several
months. Would his friends arr.i
schoolmates please remember
him with Xmas cards or
and address is as follows: Lany
Rossiter, University Hospital,
Room 991, Columbus, Ohio.
Laura Blake is ill at her
home in Caldwell.
Mrs. Nancy Meighen was a
weekend visitor of her daughter
in-law, Mrs. Callie Meighen and
Ruth Kirk.
Mr. and Mrs. Guy Gibson
Mr. and Mrs. Richard
Emma Kirkbride returned to
her home Saturday after several
days visit with relatives in Cam
bridge.
Mr. and Mrs. Charley Church
were recent visitors of Maggie
Phillips.
Visitors of R. A. Poling
Melvin Wentworth relates he
is getting along O.K. in his new
adventure. His address is A IB
Melvin Wentworth, A.F. 15590
480, 376 1st Sturon, Box B-365,
Sheppard A.F.B., Texas.
The annual Xmas program at
M. E. Church at Sarahsville will
be on Thursday evening, Dec.
Miss Elsie Wright visited Mr.
and Mrs. Wayne Mallett and
family, Sunday afternoon.
Mr. and Mrs. Wiley Thompson
and daughter, Shila, visited Mr.
and Mrs. Gerald Thompson and
family, Saturday evening.
Mrs. Wiley Thompson and
daughter, Shila, visited Mrs.
Estella Miracle, Sunday.
Forest Carpenter visited Mr.
and Mrs. Wiley Thompson and
daughter, Shila, Sunday after
noon.
Mr. and Mrs. Otis Martirf and
family visited Mr. and Mrs.
Dwayne Shroyer and daughter,
Miss Janet Morris, Mrs. Vernon
Hannahs and family, Mr. Earl
Bennett and Miss Geneve Han
nahs of Cambridge, Mr. and Mrs.
Robert Morris and daughters,
Miss £eggy Spence at Mr. and
Mrs. Jerome Morris', Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Otis Martin and
family, Miss Judy Nabors visit
ed Earl Bennett and Miss Gen
eve Hannahs at Mr. and Mrs.
Neal Stephens and daughters,
Ann and Lynn, Sunday evening.
Roger spent Sunday night with
Mr. and Mrs. Stephens.
Cleon Leasure visited Roger
Martin, Sunday afternoon.
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Gibson
have returned from Indiana
where they attended the funeral
of Namon Fogle (a relative).
IS.
and
family the past week were Hugh
Cox, Harden Everly, Fannie
Kirkbride and son, Russell, Wai
ter Johnson, Mr. and Mrs. Robert
Warrick and children, Addison
Rossiter and Clarence Depew.
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Everyone is invited.
Mi. Tabor
MT. TABOIl Aiiss Elsie
Wright called on Mrs. Otis Mar
tin, Monday afternoon.
Mr. and Mrs. Otis Martin
and
sons, Jerry and Terry and grand
daughter, Joy visited Mrs. Eflie
Orr at Miss Elsie Wright's Mon
day evening.
Wiley Thompson visited Mr.
Otis Martin, Tuesday evening.
Mr. and Mrs. Neal Stephens
and daughters, Ann and
Lynn,
Mrs. Jerome Morris, Mr.
and
Mrs. Dwayne Shroyer
and
daughter, Tina Dawn visited Mr.
and Mrs. Otis Martin and family,
Wednesday evening.
Wiley Thompson and daugh
ter, Shila, Kenneth, Nancy
and
Roger Martin, Miss Judy Nabors
attended the basketball game at
Summerfield, Friday evening.
Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Wells and
son visited Mr. and Mrs. Wiley
Thompson and daughter, Shila,
Sunday evening.
Nancy Lee Martin spent Sat
urday night with Miss Elsie
Wright.
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