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Circle One
Circle One of the W. S. C. S
of the First Methodist church
will meet Thursday evening,
April 3 immediately following
the church services in the church
annex. Only a brief business
session will be held. Hostesses
for the evening are Mrs. Sara
Nichols, Mrs. Virginia Hall and
Miss Sadie Brothers. All mem
bers are urged to attend.
Esther Circle
The Esther Circle of the W. S.
C. S. of the First Methodist
church will meet Tuesday even
ing, April 1 at 7:00 in the home
of Mrs. H. B. Young on North
street. Members are asked to
come at 7:00 o'clock to assist in
counting sales tax stamps, how
ever. the regular meeting will
not begin until 7:30 p. m. Roberta
Cleary will lead the devotionals
and Iva Guiler will have the
program. Companion hostesses
will be Mildred Zimmerman,
Ernestine Parry and Pearl Keith.
A good attendance is desired.
Bake Sale
The Dexter City Community
club will hold a bake sale at
Patten's Appliance Center, Sat
urday, March 29, beginning at
9:30 a. m. All donations will be
appreciated.
Olive Grange
Olive grange No. 398 will meet
Friday, March 28 at 7:30 p. m.
Third and fourth degree will be
confirmed. Each member is to
bring either sandwiches or
cookies. A good attendance is
desired.
Bake Sale Planned
The Belle Valley high .school
is planning a bake sale, Satur
day, March 29 and orders are
now being taken for certain
baked goods. For special orders,
you are to phone Caldwell
307-F-3. The orders will be
baked Saturday morning and
delivered in the afternoon.
Classes To Meet
Mr. and Mrs. Urbane Hurst
will entertained members of the
Adult Bible classes of the Belle
Valley Methodist church on Sat
urday evening, March 29 at their
home. All members an urged to
attend.
Circle Two
Circle Two ci the W.S.C.S. of
the First Methodist church will
meet Thursday evening, April
3 at 8:00 o'clock in the home of
Mary Richcreek on Main street
with Marjorie Harris serving as
companion hostess. The program
will be presented by Mabel Tar
leton and Thelma Rice.
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Woman's Bible Class
The April meeting of the
Woman's Bible class will be held
Thursday evening, April 3 in
the church dining room. Host
esses for the evening will be
Edna Tarleton and Vina Picken
paugh. Laura Fowler will lead
the devotional service and the
program will be presented by
Maude Shafer.
Special Meeting
The Catholic Women's club of
the Corpus Christi church in
Belle Valley is holding a special
meeting on Wednesday, April
9 at 6:30 p. m. for the purpose
of discussion the club's partici
pating in the Bishop's Ball to be
held on April 12 at St. Mary's
Parish hall in Fulda. Refresh
ments will be served by the
hostesses, Josephine Hrinko and
Helen Gaydos. All members are
urged to attend this meeting.
Halley's Ridge Grange
Annual Boosters night will be
held at Halley's Ridge grange,
Friday evening, March 28 at 8:00
p. m. The home economics com
mittee will serve oyster soup and
hamburgers. A program is plan
ned and will include a movie
from the Ohio Division of Fores
try. Everyone is invited to
attend.
Belle Valley Dance
The Senior class of Belle Val
ley is sponsoring a dance Friday
evening, March 28, in the high
school gym. Music will be fur
nished by Merle Thomas and his
jig band, from 8:30 to 11:30 p. m.
Refreshments will be sold.
Legion Auxiliary
American Legion Auxiliary
Unit No. 252 will hold their
regular meeting on Wednesday
evening, April 2 at 8:00 o'clock
in the Legion hall on Main
street. All members are urged,
to attend.
Mixed Dance
Beaver Post No. 578, American
Legion Auxiliary, is sponsoring
a mixed dance Saturday even
ing, March 29 in the Legion hall
at Batesville. Public invited.
Sponsoring Dance
The Reinersville Fire Depart
ment is sponsoring a round and
square dance on Saturday even
ing, March 29 in the Reinersville
gym from 8:30 to 12:00 midnight.
Music will be furnished by the
Mid-Nite Ramblers. Public in
vited.
Barn Dance
The senior class of Sarahsville
high school is sponsoring a
"Barn Dance" Saturday evening,
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One Year Old
JESSE JOHN MERRY. JR.
Jesse John Merry, Jr., son of
Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Merry, of
Caldwell route 6, observed his
first birthday anniversary on
March 10. Grandparents are Mr.
and Mrs. Jesse Merry, of Cald
well route 4, and Mr. and Mrs.
Marvin Hawley, of Ava.
March 29 in the high school
gymnasium. The dance will begin
at 8:30 and continue until 12:00
midnight. To back up the theme,
fellows are urged to wear levis
and plaid shirts and the gals,
cotton skirts and blouses. Re
freshments will be sold. Public
is invited.
Presbyterian Circle
Holds March Meeting
Circle Two of the Woman's
Association of the First Pres
byterian church was entertained
last Thursday evening in the
home of Gertha and Mary Rad
cliff on Cumberland street.
Twila Ball, circle chairman,
conducted the business meeting.
Isabel Dowling was named to
serve as secretary and treasurer
of the Circle for the ensuing
year.
Ruth Evilsizer and Mary J/O
Heddleson presented the study
book entitled "Dr. Luke and
Japan."
Plans were made to hold the
next meeting on Thursday, April
17 in the home of Mary Hanes
on Main street with Bernice
Mills as companion hostess.
Delicious refreshments were
served during the* social hour
by the hostesses to the follow
ing members: Margaret Brienza,
Twila Ball, Mildred Eastman,
Faye Rummer, Bernice Mills,
Ruth Evilsizer, Mary Sanford,
Gertrude Harper, Mary Jo Hed
dleson, Mary Frye, Isabel Dow
ling and one guest, Minnie Wil
son..
Merrimakers Club
Meets In Clark Home
The Caldwell Merrimakers
club met Wednesday in the home
of Helen Clark, Caldwell route,
for their regular March meeting.
The lesson presented by the
leaders, Kathleen Hupp and
Florence Moore, was on 'Three
Meals In A Hurry."
A delicious pot luck lunch was
enjoyed at noon by the follow
ing members: Jessie Young, Alice
Blackburn, Lela Keyser, Mary
Secrest, Mary Sanford, Mary
Richcreek, Bessie Stringer, Kath
eryn Merry, Kathleen Hupp.
Florence Moore, Amy Rucker,
Mary lams, Bernice Marquis.
Lorene Moseley, Mary Frye,
Opal McElfresh, Helen Pe/.zo
pane, Adaline Jordan, Ruth
Davis, Gladys Seffens, Eleanor
Moore, Ellen Douglass and the
hostess.
The club voted not to meet
during the month of April, due
to the annual Achievement Day
All members of the club were
urged to attend this meeting as
they are to serve on the hospi
tality committee.
The May meeting will be held
in the Olive Grange hall with
Adaline Jordan, Mary lams and
Ellen Douglass serving as host
esses. The lesson will be on
sewing machines.
Jennie James Society
Mee's In Patten Home
The Jennie um Missionary
Society of the First Baptist
church, was entertained Tuesday
evening, March 25 in the home
of Martha Patten. Caldwell
route.
Virginia Doan, president, con
ducted a brief business meeting.
The devotional service was
also conducted by Mrs. Doan
and the missionary story was
given by Helen Johnson.
The remainder of the evening
was spent in sewing projects for
missionaries.
Delicious refreshments were
served by the hostess to the fol
lowing: Virginia Doan, Helen
Johnson, Sara Stellfox, Hazel
Pryor, Nola Kimbrel, Ada Ram
age, Marguerite Wikander, Lois
Dudley, Eleanor Briggs, Martha
Burlingame, Maxinc Laughlin
and Mrs. Leslie Koskovics.
DINNER GUESTS
Mr. and Mrs. Malcolm Parks
and Mr. and Mrs. James Sholtis
were dinner guests Saturday
evening in the home of Mr. and
Mrs. Leland Truex, Belford
street.
DEATHS
Mrs. Laura Ellen Blake
Mrs. Laura Ellen 82
Caldwell, died Friday. March
21 at 2:30 p. m. at St. Francis
hospital, Cambridge, following a
long ilLness.
She was born in Noble county
on May 8, 18?5, the daughter of
the late Patrick and Susan Davis
Archer. Her husband, Mellville,
died 22 years ago.
Surviving are one daughter,
Mrs. Alta Poulton, of Belle Val
ley one brother, Joseph Archer,
of Caldwell two sisters, Mrs.
Belle Johnson, of Columbus, and
M:ss Eula Archer, of Sarahsville
iid four grandchildren. One
brother and two sisters are de
ct ased. ,,
Funeral services were held
Sunday, March 23, at 2:00 p. m.,
at the Murphy funeral home,
with Rev. James L. Mason, of
ficiating. Burial was in the Vil
lage View cemetery.
Mrs. Hester Warehime
Mrs. Hester Johnson Ware
hime, 78, of Kenton, a former
resident of Noble county, died
Thursday, March 20, in a Kenton
hosipital, following a long illness.
She was born in Noble county
on February 14, 1880, the daugh
ter of Thomas B. and Alvaretta
Davis Johnson. Her husband,
Herman Clease Warehime, died
in 1949. She was a member of
the Cogg Springs Methodist
church.
Surviving are one grandson,
Ernest Warehime, with the U. S.
Army in Maryland one brother,
Homer Johnson, of Caldwell, and
a number of nieces and nephews.
Funeral services were held
Monday, March 24, at 1:00 p. m.
at the Stevens funeral home in
Kenton. Burial was in the Ken
ton cemetery.
Harfey Anderson
Harlev Anderson, 60, of near
Columbus, formerly of Stafford,
died Thursday, March 20, at his
home following an illness of two
years.
Mr. Anderson had been a
school custodian in Stafford.
Surviving are his wife, Grace
his step-mother, Mrs. Margaret
Anderson of Marietta four half
brothers, Fred of Lewisville,
Tom of Dayton, John of Barber
ton and Lewis of Marietta three
brothers, Homer of Akron and
Warren and Hubert of Iowa.
The body was taken to the
Mallett funeral home in Staf
ford and services were held
THE JOURNAL CALDWELL, OHIO
Sat­
urday, March 22, at 1:30 p.
m.
in the Stafford Methodist church
with Rev. W. Paul Brown
of
ficiating. Burial was in
Stafford cemetery.
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Mrs. Lucretia Sharrock
Mrs. Lucretia .Sharrock. lit), of
the Quaker City community, died
early Saturday morning in the
Barnesville General hospital.
Born in Noble county, August
21, 1909, she was a member of
the Quaker City Christian
church.
Surviving are her husband.
Charles two sons, John of
Fresno, Calif., and George of
Quaker City two daughters. Mrs.
Ola Belle Luyster, of Quaker
City, and Mrs. Betty Jane Robin
son, of Marion one sister. Mrs.
Ola Sharrock, of Senecaville.
Funeral services were con
ducted Monday at 1:30 p. m. from
the Eberle funeral home in
Quaker City. Rev. Paul Gardner
officiated and burial was made
in the Greenlawn cemetery.
Oris Isaac Haga
Oris Isaac Haga, 77, of Macks
burg route 1, died Sunday,
March 23 at 1:00 p. m. at the
Selby General hospital in Mari
etta, following a stroke early
Thursday morning.
The deceased was born July
6. 1881 in Jackson township.
Noble county. He was a son of
the late Levi and Margaret
Hughes Haga. He was united in
marriage to Addie Gessel in 1901.
Mr. Haga was the last of a
family of four sons.
He is survived by a
son,
Ed­
ward .D. Haga, of Dayton.
Funeral services were held
Tuesday at 2:00 p. m. at the
Robert S. Peoples funeral home
in Lowell with Rev. Otto W.
Breuhaus officiating. Interment
was made in the Greenlawn
eemeterv at Lowell.
Mrs. Margaret Ralph
Friends and relatives in Cald
well have received word of the
death of Mrs. Margaret Ralph,
80. which occurred at Columbus,
following an illness of many
years.
She was born and reared near
Caldwell, a daughter of Simon
and Eliza Wheeler. Her married
life was spent in the Sharon
community.
She is survived by a sister,
Mrs. Bertie Marquis, of Sharon.
The late Jude Wheeler, of Cald
well, was a brother.
Funeral services and interment
were held Monday in Newark
Miss Leona Neptune
Miss Leona NepUme, 77, for
mer resident of Macksburg, died
at Kilgore, Texas, last Wednes
day morning, March 19 follow
ing a heart attack suffered dur
ing the night.
She was born April 23, 1880,
a daughter of the late Elias
and Elizabeth Morris Neptune,
who lived in Jefferson township,
Noble county.
For several years she served
Selected To Attend Girl's State
She attended the Methodist
church and was a member of the
Macksburg W.C.T.U.
Miss Neptune was the last of
her family. Those preceding her
in death in addition to her par
ents, were three sisters and .one
brother, Mrs. Joseph McClung,
of Lamar, Cplo. Mrs. T. E. Mar
tin, of Harriettsville Mrs. E. W.
Garretson and Charles E. Nep
tune, of Dexter City.
Funeral services were held
Friday at 2:00 p. m. in the Pear
son funeral home in Overton,
Texas with burial in an Over
ton cemetery.
Miss Lydia Milton, of Zanes
ville, is visiting her sister, Mrs.
Harry B. Sanford and family, of
West street.
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MISS BONNIE STASKO MISS JACQUIE DAVIS
Miss Bonnie Stasko, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Andrew
Stasko of Caldwell route 6, has been chosen by the American
Legion Auxiliary Unit 252 of Caldwell, to attend Girl's State
from June 21 to June 29 at Capitol University, Columbus. Miss
Jacquie Davis, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William Davis of East
street has been selected as the alternate. Both Miss Stasko and
Miss Davis are juniors in the Caldwell high school.
as dietician at Dennison Univer
sity in Granville. Following the
death of her sister-in-law, Mrs.
Charles E. Neptune in 1925, she
went to live with her brother
at Dexter City. She had eared
for him and for a sister, Mrs.
E. W. Garretson in the home for
many years. After thei- death
in 1951, she went to Macksburg
to live. In March, 1954, she
moved to Overton, Texas. During
the past year she had moved
to Kilgore, Texas to be near a
great-niece.
Sharon Demonstration
Club Holds Meeting
The Sharon Home Demonstra
tion club held their regular
meeting on Thursday, March 20
in the home of Rhea McNabb
with the lesson for the day being
on "Three Meals In A Hurry."
Dorothy Harmon andJRuth Wal
ters were in charge of the pro
ject.
The president, Pauline Haga,
presided at the business meeting
at which time plans were made
for the annual Achievement Day.
A delicious lunch was served
at noon and the afternoon was
spent in making copper jewelry
and textile painting.
Members and guests present
were: Lizzie Thorla, Georgianna
Shuggs, Lura Courtney, Eileen
Haines, Ruth Walters, Dorothy
Harmon, Bea Cain, Doris Ram
sey, Ruth Wiley, Pauline Haga,
Marjorie Gordon, Eileen Keyser,
Martene Spriggs, Vivian Archi
bald and the hostess in addition
to a number of children.
Plans were made to hold the
next meeting in the home of
Dorothy Harmon. The lesson will
be on the use of sewing machine
attachments.
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Good things come in twos and threes,
this Easter. We're referring, of
course, to the popular new costumes
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Admitted March 18: Mrs. Bes
sie Loop, Caldwell.
Admitted March 21: William
Jasper Tilton, Caldwell route 5.
St. Francis
Admitted March 18: Patricia,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Forest
Hatfield, Caldwell route 4.
Treated and dismissed: Wayne
Garrett, Caldwell route 6.
Admitted March 19 Mrs. Mary
Fry, Caldwell route 6. Treated
and dismissed: James Phelps,
Caldwell route 3, and Larry, son
of Mr. and Mrs. Glen Williams,
Dexter City route 2.
Dismissed March 20: Mary Jo,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Forest
Hatfield, Caldwell route 4.
Treated and dismissed March
21: Gloria, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Forest Hatfield, Caldwell
route 4.
Marietta Memorial
Admitted March 17:
Arthur Sears, Coal Run.
Admitted March 21: Mrs. Earl
Thompson, Lower Salem.
Admitted March 23: Clyde
Hughes, Stafford.
Guernsey Memorial
Dismissed March 16
Morgareidge, Caldwell, and Mrs.
Charles Snyder, Jr., and infant
son, Summerfield.
Tuesday, March 25
D. R. Danford.
Monday, March 31
Frank Estadt.
Sunday, April 6
Wilma Marie Bates, and
Richard Myron Ogle.
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suits plus coats, dresses plus
jackets, and other partners,
ready now.
ISIIION SHOP
THURSDAY, MARCH 27,1958
HOSPITAL NOTES
Bethesda
Admitted March 17: Taylor
Wick ham, Sarahsville.
Mrs.
Dismissed March 19: Mrs. Wal
ter Thompson and infant, Lower
Salem route 1.
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Treated and dismissed: March
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Betty Jane Williams and
Sylvia Mendenhall.
Tuesday, April 1
Herschel Davis, Mrs. Laura
Tarleton (90), and Frances Mc
Williams."
Thursday, April 3
Gary Davis.
Friday, April 4
Elva Nichols.
Saturday, April 5
17: Andy Zudell, ualdwell rout*
6.
Admitted March 19: Thomas
Curtis, Summerfield, Delmar
Pickenpaugh, Ava, and Mrs.
Wesley B. Marshall, Caldwell.
Dismissed March 20: Mrs. Har
old Archer, Caldwell.
Admitted March 21: Daniel
Todd, son of Mr. and Mrs. David
C. Heady, Batesville Hiram O.
Buckey, Caldwell, and Mps.
Wilber Barr, Sarahsville route
1. Dismissed: Mary A. Colley,
Sarahsville.
Admitted March 22: Mrs. Eliza
beth Fogle, Belle Valley and
Opal Renner, Caldwell. Dis
missed: Marilyn, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Don Briggs, Caldwell.
Look Who's Here!
Mr. and Mrs. David Hanes. of
Summerfield, are the parents of
a son born Monday, March 24 ia
the Guernsey Memorial hospital,
Cambridge. The new arrival
weighed eight pounds, 6V2 ounces
at birth and has been named
David Lee. Grandparents are Mr.
and Mrs. Bud Hanes of Summer
field, Mrs. Leonard L. Long 6f
Spruce street, and Lorain Allen
of Lore City route 2. Great
grandparents are Mr. and Mrs.
Zeter Hanes of Summerfield and
Roy Allen of Lore City route 2.
PERSONALS
Mrs. Rachel Davis and Mrs.
Eileen Selock, of Pleasant City
route 2, visited Monday evening
with Mrs. Burlena Lestock and
family, of Sarahsville.
__Mr. and Mrs. Bradford Hague
and son, Edward Allen, of Dan
ville, spent the weekend with
their parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Michael E. Sholtis and family,
of Caldwell route 6, and Mr. and
Mrs. Okey Hague and family, of
Bateshill.
Mr. and Mrs. Wade Longfellow
and family, of near Dudley, were
Saturday visitors of Mr. and
Mrs. Donald W. Sanford and
sons, Bobby and Jerry, of West
street.
Mrs. Thomas Zimmerman and
children, Dennis, Kenneth and
Raymond, of Cambridge, visited
over the weekend with Mr. and
Mrs. William Rucker and Mrs.
Mildred Zimmerman, of Cald
well.
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EASY FITTING, scoop-neck sheath,
topped by a jacket of cotton
rayon and silk.
HERE'S FASHION excitement from
all directions .... front, back,
sides Mary Lane does it in 100%
south-down flannel.
TO DELIGHT the girls and please
mom too ... 3 to 6x, 7 to 14, 8 to 14
teens. Easy care, low prices on
coats and dresses.
A QUAjINT PURITAN collar sets
off this lovely Praisente tweet suit.
Added back flattery is given by
tiny tucks at waistline.
Caldwell, Ohio

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