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Zion Homemakers Club Meets
In Home Of Mrs. Cora Nicholson
The ivit. Z on Homemakers
club held their regular monthly
meeting, Thursday, at the home
of Mrs. Cora Nicholson. The
regular business hour was in
charge of the president, Jean
Crow. Following the cafeteria
dinner at noon, Mrs. Crow gave
the lesson on "Make Your Time
Worthwhile." Mrs. Ava Groves
was in charge of the contests,
prizes being won by Norene
Hively, Helen Secrest and Flor
ence Larrick. Ava Groves won
the door prize. The day was spent
in quilting, sewing rug rags and
cutting out names tags for
Achievement Day
Those present including above
names were Minnie and Ruby
Secrest, Zelma Williams, Edna
Johnson, Clara Cunningham, Ida
Bailey and Helen Milev. Mrs.
Ester Groves was a guest.
Builders Class
The regular monthly meeting
of the Builders M. E. Sunday
school class was held Thursday
evening in the church basement.
Lois Gress was devotional lead
er opening with sentence pray
er. A trio consisting of Eileen
Morland, Tommy Gress, and
Litazella Huff accompanied on
piano by Marie Mercer sang
"Alone."
The scripture lesson was
taken from book of Matthew 28th
chapter 1 to 10 verses. Charles
Gress gave a book report on
MHis
Name Is Jesus." closing
with class singing "He Lives."
Following the business meet
ing which was in charge of ihe
president, Dorothy Winland, the
program leader, Charlotte Sec
rest. gave two reading "Gossip
Town" and "In the Evening a
Prayer." Two stunt acts were
given by various members of
class. Sue Faught was contest
leader with Pearl Sprout and
Doris Stranathan winners. Mrs.
Evelyn Hannon and Mrs. Clarice
McKee and Myrtle Bayly were
guests.
A lunch was served in the
dining room which was decorat
ed in keeping with St. Patrick's
day by the hostess, Norene and
Phyllis Hively, Patty Schafer and
Mona Eddy to following mem
bers other than about mentioned:
Alveretta Teel, Betty and Helen
Miley, Barbara and Ester Buc
key, Eulalia McKee, Eileen Wil
liams, Frances Mustard, Hazel
Watkins. Minnie and Rubv Sec-
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lcat. Mauuc ir iiiinrgmi, Marie
Hannum, Vera Thompson and
Rena Buckey.
Personals
Mrs. Olive Mi Soy returned to
her home last Sunday after
spending the winter with Mar
tha Sallady at Columbus.
Mrs. Harry George, of Carroll
ton, visited several days the past
week with her sister, Mrs. Beulah
Long and children.
Pete Trott was dismissed last
Tuesday from the University hos
pital at Columbus after under
going surgery.
Mr. and Mrs. Warren Miley
and daughter, Betty, had as call
ers over the weekend, Mrs. Patty
Davis of Malta, Miss Barbara
Miley of Mt. Ephraim, Mr. and
Mrs. Walter Miley and daugh
ters, Eva and Alvira and sons,
Ikie and Kiel of Senecaville
•oute I and Mr. and Mrs. Noah
Shriver of route 2.
Mr. and Mrs. Brady Cunning
ham spent Friday with her
brother, Russell Coultas and
family in Columbus. Brady also
attended the state basketball
tournament.
Mr. and Mrs. Tom Allen and
son, Tommy, of Canton, visited
over the weekend with his sis
ter and husband, Mr. and Mrs.
Iril Nicholson.
The former Madilyn Tilton
and children, of Columbus, visit
ed over the weekend with her
father, Harley Tilton and wife
Mrs. Freda Secrest, of Colum
bus, is visitipg this week with
relatives and friends.
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Eddy, of
Canton, spent the weekend with
their son, Robert and family.
Mr. and Mrs. Lester McKee, of
Zanesville, spent the weeftend
with Mr. and Mrs. Joe McKee.
Mr. and Mrs. Homer Trott and
Mr. and Mrs. August Shultz, of
Massillon, spent Sunday with
Mr. and Mrs. Homer D. Trott
and sons, of Zanesville.
Mr. and Mrs. Freeman Fouse.
of Sarahsville, spent Friday
evening with Mr. and Mrs. Leslie
Coleman.
Visiting: Mr. and Mrs. John
Hronee and daughter, Kathy re
cently were Mrs. Hronee of Ava
route, Mrs. McKay of Byesville
and Mr. and Mrs. John Smith oi
Opperman and son.
Gary Harper, U. S. Navy in
Florida, spent the weekend with
relatives and friends.
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KEITH AVN Mr. and Mrs.
Leon Slater and family, of
Toledo, spent the weekend with
his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Earl
Slater.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Eiherman
and daughter, Joanna, of Colum
bus, spent the weekend with her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. James
Swank and with Mr. and Mrs.
Jack Edward and Pam.
Mrs. Betty Teeters, of Zanes
ville, spent the weekend with
her daughters, Nancy and Judy
and her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Aid Chandler.
Shirley Hughes, of Columbus,
spent the weekend at the home
of her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Vernon Hughes and family.
Mr. and Mrs. Ernest O'Farrel
and Linda, of Columbus, visited
Saturday at the home of Mr. and
Mi's. Ard Chandler and family.
Mr. and Mrs. John Craig and
son, Johnny, of Devola, and Jack
and Jill Morse, of Cuyahoga
Falls, were callers one evening
the past week at the home of
her parents.
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Kelby and
family, of Waterford, were Sun
day afternoon callers at the home
of Wm. McMannis and family.
Shelby Landaker, of Zanes
ville, spent the weekend with
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Leigh
ton Landaker and family. Bess
VanFleet, of Maple Heights, was
a recent visitor at the Landaker
home.
Donald Salters and son, Lee,
of Cambridge, and Mr. and Mrs.
Jonas Stack and family were
Sunday visitors at the home ofi
Olive Chandler.
Mt. labor
MT. TABOR Miss Elsie
Wright, Mr. and Mrs. Neal Ste
phens and daughters, visited Mr.
and Mrs. Otis Martin and family,
Tuesday evening.
Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Johns visit
ed Mr. and Mrs. Wiley Thompson
and daughter, Shi la, Friday
night.
Cleon Leasure was a caller at
Wiley Thompson, Wednesday
night.
Mrs. Wiley Thompson and
daughter, Shila, visited Mrs.
Estella Miracle, Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Dwayne Shroyer
and daughter, Tina, of Zanes
ville, Mr. and Mrs. Jerome Mor
ris, Mr. and Mrs. Neal Ste
phens and- daughters, Ann and
Lynn, and Miss Elsie Wright
visited Mr. and Mrs. Otis Mar
tin and family, Saturday even
ing.
Mr. and Mrs. Jerome Morris
and son, Racey, of Columbus
Mrs. Jack Cline and daughter,
Joyce and son, Joey, and Mrs.
Clyde Stephens and daughter,
Sue, visited Mr. and Mrs. Otis
Martin, Sunday afternoon.
Mr. and Mrs. Otis Martin were
takers ai Mr. and Mrr Elmer
Moore and son, Robert, Sunday.
Miss Genene Hannahs, Mr.
Earl Bennett, Mr. and Mrs. Otis
Martin and family, Mrs Charles
Kirkbride and daughters, Joy
and Gay enjoyed a delicious tur
key supper at Mr. and Mrs. Neal
Stephens and daughters, Sunday
evening in honor of Mr. Ste
phens' birthday. Later visitors
were Mr. and Mrs. Jerome Mor
ris and son, Racey.
Mr. and Mrs. Jim Stephens
and family visited Mr. and Mrs.
Dwayne Shroyer and daughter
at Zanesville, Sunday.
Elsie Wright visited Mrs.
Wayne Mallett, Saturday even
ing.
Once the can is opened, canned
meat should be used within a
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THE JOOTWAl. CALDWELL. OHIO
Cherry Pie Contest Champ
Mr. and Mrs. Junior Mitchell
and family, of Ava, spent Sunday
afternoon with Mr. and Mrs.
Charles Mitchell.
Blake Pryor and son, Junior
spent the weekend at Columbus.
Mrs. Lydia Pryor and Mrs.
Lenora Estadt visited Friday
evening with Mr. and Mrs. Blake
Pryor and sons.
Carlisle
Mr. and Mrs. Donald Mayle, of
Zanesville, visited at the home
of Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Thompson.
SMWA
oaiiUia Lmmu, iCanton, ulno, who baked her w&y to titt
state championship, admires her cherry pie baked In an Admirn
electric range. Here is her winning recipe:
Cherry Pit
2 (20 oz.) cans frozen
Tom Curtis, of near Carlisle,
was admitted to the Guernsey
Memorial hospital at Cambridge.
Mr. and Mrs. Elmer VanHorn,
of Zanesville, visited Sunday
afternoon with Mr. and Mrs.
Herman Gressel.
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4 tablespoons cornstarch**
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1 cup cherry juic« 1/4 ttaspoon almond extract
S/4 cup sugar* 1/4 teaspoon
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Combine cornstarch, 1/2 cup of sugar and salt in saucepan
slowly stir in cherry juice to make a smooth mixture. Cook over
medium heat, stirring constantly until thick and clear. Remove
from heat. Add remaining 1/4 cup sugar, butter, almond extract
and red coloring and stir to blend. Coo! sauce while making crust.
Fold sauce into cherries when ready to put filling into pie. Pour
into 9-inch pastry-lined pie pan. Arrange pastry strips, lattice
fashion, over filling. Use 7 strips each way and cut strips to
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reduce oven temperature to 350* and continue baking 25 minutes
or until crust is well browned.
*If canned cherries are used, increase sugar to 1-1/2 cupi.
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mixing lightly with fork until all the flour is moistened and dough
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MIDDLEBURG NEWS
MIDI n r, Mi
Harriman is spending' a few*
weeks with Mr. and Mrs. George
Kroskpought and son, of Spratt.
Mrs. Evelyn Antill and sons,
Jack and Jeff, and Mrs. Ida
Brotton were supper guests of
Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Antill and
family, of Macksburg, Wednes
day evening.
W. J. Schott attended the calf
feeders association, Thursday at
Painesville, and other places.
Mrs. Elsie Chandler, of Crook
ed Tree, spent last week with
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Harriman
and family.
Mrs. Fran is Hupp, of Der
went, visited a few days this
week with Mr. and Mrs. Earl
Clark.
Airs. Bertha Iia„ es
spend­
ing this week with Mr. and Mrs.
Earl Hayes and family.
Mr. and Mrs. Andy Archer and
children, of Caldwell, visited
Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Fran
cis Thompson and son, Nelson.
John Antill, who is employed
with Silo company, spent the
weekend with his wife, Evelyn
and sons, Jack and Jeff.
Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Carnes
and son, Eugene, of Belle Val
ley, visited Sunday afternoon
with Mr. and Mrs. Walter Estadt.
Miss Ruth Addis, of Caldwell,
spent the. weekend with her par
ents, Rev. and Mrs. Lenley Addis
and sons.
Mrs. Everetta Morrison and
children were callers Saturday
afternoon at Mr. and Mrs. J. H.
Morrison and family.
Ml. Ephraim
MT. EPHRAIM Mr. and Mrs.
James Mendenhall and family, of
Canton, spent the weekend with
relatives here.
Mrs. Rodney R. Williams spent
Monday with Mrs. Earl Hayes, of
Middleburg.
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Beattey
spent last weekend with Mr. and
Mrs. Joseph Beattey and family
at Zanesville.
Mr. L. G. Reed, of Zanesville,
visited Saturday afternoon with
Mrs. Luella Pringle.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Stiles visited
one afternoon last week with Mrs.
Kyle Conner, a patient at Guern
sey Memorial hospital, Cam
bridge.
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Powell
and daughters spent Saturday
evening with Mr. and Mrs. Frank
McVicker, of Senecaville.
Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Bates
and family, of Byesville, visited
Sunday afternoon with Mr. and
Mrs. Chelcie McConnel and fam
ily-
The W. S. C. S. held their busi
ness meeting Sunday evening
with Jane Bates, president, con
ducting the meeting. Mary Rich,
Grace Miley and Lura Morrison
were appointed on the nominat
ing committee. Sandwiches and
popcorn was served following the
meeting.
Center
CENTER l\h. Fred Hardesty,
of Harriettsville, called on Mr.
and Mrs. Minus Goodwill, Thurs
day.
Mrs. Phyllis Everly attended
Bible class at the home of Mrs.
James Shaw, Thursday afternoon.
Dighton Bates and family, of
Zanesville, called on Mr. and
Mrs. Elvin Bates, Sunday.
Mr. Harold Wells called on
Minus Goodwill, Friday.
Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Leasure
are the proud parents of a son
born in a Mansfield hospital. The
infant has been named Randal
Lynn. Grandparents are Mr. and
Mrs. Amos Leasure. Great-grand
parents are Mr. and Mrs. Russ
Kirkbride, of Sarahsville route.
Mr. and Mrs. Junior Dimmer
ling and daughters, of Caldwell,
and Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Good
will, of Cumberland, called on
Mr. and Mrs. Minus Goodwill on
Sunday. Mr. Goodwill has been a
patient at the VA hospital in Erie,
Pa.
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Everly and
Lena Everly called at the Joe
Archer home in Caldwell, Thurs
day evening.
Alfred Bates and daughter, of
Martinsville, called on Mr. Bates'
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Elbin Bates
on Saturday.
Several attended the funeral of
Laura Blake at Caldwell, Sunday.
Mrs. Blake was a sister of Ula
Archer, of Sarahsville route.
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Sharon Loyal Tt'inpi
Legion met at the home of
Deanna and Tommy Marquis, on
Wednesday evening for their
March meeting. Vice president,
Peggy Ramsey called the meet
ing to order. Opening songs,
"Whisper a Prayer" and "Listen,
Little Children." Scripture les
son Matt. 6:5-16 read alternately
followed by prayer. Each mem
ber repeated a Bible verse to
answer roll call. Pledges to Unit
ed States, Christian and Temper
ance flags were repeated. L.T.L.
pledge and slogans, lesson on
love as recorded in Bible by
leader with members repeating
ihe golden text of Bible.
President, Linda Wiley, pre
sided for election of officers as
follows: president, Tommy Mar
quis vice president, Joan Boyd
secretary, Peggy Ramsey treas
urer, Billy Boyd recreation
leaders, Victor Boyd, Candace
Wilson, Ronnie Harmon and
David Ramsey pianist, Deanna
Marquis assistant leader, Judy
Walters. Meeting closed with
L.T.L. salute' and prayer.
Games were enjoyed and a
delicious lunch was served by
Mrs. Cora Marquis and Deanna
to members and a guest, Linda
Willey and the leader, Vera Har
mon.
Church Notes
Dr. Hutchison, of New Con
cord, will preach at the Presby
terian church, Sunday morning
at 9:30 followed by Sunday
school.
The M.Y.F. will meet at 7:30
p. m. at the Methodist church
with Judy Walters, presiding.
Rev. Ola Teters will preach
at 8:00 o'clock. Everyone invited
to all the services.
In Hospital
Mrs. Hannah Miller received
word that her aunt, Ethel Hughes
underwent major surgery at
THTTRSDAY. MARCH 27, 198#
Sharon Loyal Temperance Legion
Meets In Marquis Home, Wednesday
Guerni^y Memorial hospital in
Cambridge, Saturday morning.
Personals
Mr. and Mrs. Clare Heddleson
called on Carl Marquis, Sunday,
evening.
Mr. and Mrs. Rodney Rowland
and Donna, of Macksburg, spent
Saturday with Mr. and Mrs.
Gerald Miller.
Mr. and Mrs. L. K. Marquis,
Mrs. Nora Marquis and Eva
May were calling on Mr. and
Mrs. Charles Smith, Sunday
Mr. and Mrs. Kenyon Boyd
and Jay, were visiting with their
grandmother, Charity Ellison on
Sunday.
Linda Willey spent Wednes
day night with Joan Boyd.
Mr. and Mrs. James Brown
and Tacey, spent the weekend
with relatives at Willoughby.
Ray Martin, of Arkansas, Mrs.
Olive Foreman, of Toledo, and
Mrs. Pauline Sampson are spend
ing several days at the home of
Mrs. Letitia Steen and son, Her
bert. Mrs. Steen remains a pati
ent at Good Samaritan hospital.
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Harmon
were calling on his sister, Mrs.
Cyrus Trott and husband and
brothers, William and Earl Har
mon and wife, near Zanesville,
Sunday.
Frank Steen, of Akron, spent
the weekend with his sister, Mrs.
Jessie Marquis.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Legraen
and Mrs. Robert Legraen, of
Marietta, were supper guests of
Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Miller,
Sunday.
Violet Teters, of near Olive
Green, spent Friday night with
Jane Marquis.
Judy Walters, Lois Elliott,
Deanna Marquis, Jane Marquis
and Violet Teters, members of
the science class of Belle Valley
school, were at New Concord,
Saturday.
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