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Miss Shirley Wells
Weds David L. Long
In Methodist Church
Miss Shirley Maxine Wells,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Bearl
Harding, of Norwich, exchanged
nuptial vows with David L. Long,
son of Leonard L. Long, of Cald
well, and Mrs. Vera Keen, of
Danville. Ky., in a ceremony
Thursday evening, March 20 at
7:00 q'clock in the First Meth
odist church in Caldwell. The
Rev. E. Parker West, church
pastor, officiated at the double
ring ceremony in the presence
of a few relatives and friends.
The bride was attired in a
light blue frock with black
accessories and a corsage of pink
carnations was pinned to her
Miss Jean Allen served as
maid of honor and was attired
in a brown dress with white
accessories. A corsage of white
carnations was pinned to her
Noble Rumuier served as Mr.
Long's best man.
The bride's mother was attired
in a navy blue frock with match
ing accessories and Mrs. Long
also wore navy with matching
The new Mrs. Long is a grad
uate of Chandlersville high
school with the class of 1956 and
was formerly employed with the
March Electric Co. in Cambridge.
Mr. Long is a 1957 graduate of
Caldwell high school and is em
ployed by the Cheek Construc
tion Company in Danville, Ky
The couple will be leaving
soon to make their home in Dan
ville, Ky.
Mrs. Jack Leasure
Feted With Shower
Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Stewart, of
Caldwell route, entertained Fri
day evening, March 21 with a
pink and blue shower honorins
their daughter, Mrs. Jack
Leasure, of Lewisville route 1.
The honored one received a
number of nice gifts.
Refreshments were served by
the host and hostess to the fol
lowing guests: Mrs. Lucille
Heddleson, Mr. and Mrs- Stan
ley Stewart and son, Charles,
Mrs. Bonnie Heddleson and
daughter, Judy, Mrs. Ruth Wells,
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Leasure and
daughter, Betty, Mr. and Mis.
Ivan Higley and son, David,
Cheryl Wells, Karen and Dehnar
Boyd, Mrs. Gladys DeVolld and
son, Randy, Mr. and Mis. Robert
Ball and son, Bobby.
Sunday dinner guests in the
home of Mrs. Opal McElfresh
and son, Don on Spruce street
were Mr. and Mrs. Herman Mc
Elfresh and children, of Dexter
City Miss Ruth Addis find Mrs.
Allie Archer, of Caldwell.
lobe E. Johnsons'
To Celebrate 50th
Anniversary, Sunday
Mr. and Mrs. To be E. Johnson,
of Pleasant City route 2, will
celebrate their 50th wedding
anniversary, Sunday, March 30
with "open house." Friends, rel
atives and neighbors are invited
to call at the Johnson home from
2:00 until 4:00 o'clock in the
afternoon and from 6:00 until
8:00 o'clock in the evening.
The couple was married in
Pleasant City on March 29, 1908
by the Rev. Moody Nicholson,
uncle of the bride, who is the
fcrmer Edna Frances Nicholson.
Mr. and Mrs. Johnson are the
parents of two sons, Roy John
son, of Zanesville, and Hobart
Johnson, who died in 1951. They
have two granddaughters, Mrs.
Bernard Murphy and Miss Jac
queline Johnson, of Zanesville.
The Johnsons started their
married life in Cumberland
where Mr. Johnson was engaged
in farming. In 1924, they moved
to Pleasant City where they still
reside. Mrs. Johnson was 70
years old in February and her
husband will reach that age in
September. Both are in good
Bettingers Observe
50th Anniversary
Mr. and Mis. Ah-x Bettinger,
of Middleburg, celebrated their
golden wedding anniversary by
holding "open house" on Sun
day, March 23.
The couple was united in
marriage on March 25, 1908.
A family dinner was served at
noon. The table was attractively
centered with a three-tiered
cake topped with miniature bride
and bridegroom.
Those present were: Jessie
Bettinger, of Caldwell Minnie
Smith and Emil Shaw, of Mari
etta Mr. and Mrs. Francis
Thompson, of Caldwell route 4
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Bettinger,
of Ava route 1 Mr. and Mrs. Ray
Bettinger, of Sarahsville Mr. and
Mrs. Edward Gildow, of Dexter
City route 2 Mrs. Beulah Hesson
and Debby Wolford, of Macks
burg and the honored couple.
Due to illness, three of the
couple's children were unable
to be present. They are Gay
Bettinger, Mrs. Helen Cozzens
and Mrs. Kathleen McCool.
Sunday dinner guests in the
home of Mr. and Mrs. Ivan Ziler
of Fairground street, were: Mrs.
Lena D. Kuntz and Mrs. Ruth
Filkins of Cleveland Mr. and
Mrs. W. E. Gregtf, Mrs. Zoe V.
Dickinson, Mr. and Mrs. James
M. Johnson and daughters, Dawn
Carol and Marianne, Mr. and
Mrs. Kenneth E. Ziler and son,
Kenneth Vaughn and the host
and hostess. The dinner was in
observance of the birthday an
niversary of James M. Johnson.
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Is Being Announced

Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Archer, of
Caldwell route 1, are announcing
the engagement and approach
ing marriage of their youngest
daughter, Lucy Marie to Cletus
F. Dick, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Joseph Dick, of Lewisville route
Miss Archer graduated from
Caldwell high school and is em
ployed as a waitress at the S. S.
Kresge Co. in Marietta.
Mr. Dick graduated from
Lewisvjlle hi^h school and is
employed for H. F. McGraw and
Company in Clarington.
The wedding will be an event
of Saturday, May 3 at St. Mary's
Catholic church in Fulda.
Women's Missionary
Society Meets Tuesday
The Women's Missionary Soc
iety of the First Church of
Christ met Tuesday evening,
March 25 at the home of Mrs.
Janice Brandon, North street.
The opening song was "In the
Garden" followed by prayer led
by Faye Hayes.
The lesson topic was 4What
Shall I Give." The scripture and
devotionals were led by Rhea
Elliott and the lesson discussed
was conducted toy Jessie Elliott.
Josephine Carter read the psalrn
"Take My Life and Let It Be."
"The Old Rugged Cross" was
sung by Susabelle McVay and
Faye Hayes.
Irene DeVolld conducted a
brief business meeting.
Those present in addition to
the above^ mentioned were: Frela
Harmon, Laura Ramsey, Anna
Cleary, Hattie VanFleet, Mabel
Gordon, Lillian Harkins, Gladys
DeVolld, Doris Ramsey, Goldie
Brown and one guest, Phenia
Refreshments were served
after the meeting by Helen Rein
hard, Marjorie Shell, Irene De
Volld. and Janice Brandon, com
panion hostesses.
Sunshine Club Meets
In Martha Davis Home
H. T. H. Bridge Club
Enjoys Dinner Party
In A. G. McGregor Home
Mrs. A. G. McGregor enter
tained members £ind guests of
th H.T.H. Bridge club with a
dinner party last Friday even
ing at her home on North street.
An evening of bridge was en
joyed with Mrs. Bolon Barnhouse
and Mrs. E. G. Ditch receiving
tlui club prizes and Mrs. W.
Vernon Archer, the guest prize.
Members in attendance were:
Mrs. Harry Richcreek, Mrs.
Walter Quick, Mrs. J. K. Walken
shaw, Mrs. Paul McVay, Mrs.
William Gillespie, Mrs. L. C.
Young, Mrs. D. L. Harkins, Mrs.
Ward Murrey, Mrs. Ciyde Harris,
Mrs. N. S. Reed, Mrs. E. G.
Ditch, Mrs. Harry Knox, Mrs.
Bolon Barnhouse and the host
ess. Guests were Mrs. W. Vernon
Archer, Miss Thelma Rice and
Mrs. Forrest Racey.
The Sunshine club of the Dex
ter City and Caldwell communi
ties met at the home of Mrs. Mar
tha Davis on Caldwell route 3,
Thursday, March 20.
The meeting was presided over
by the vice president, Mrs.
Davis. A pot luck lunch was
served at noon. The guess what
prize was won by Ethel Harper
and other prizes were won by
Isabel Dowling, Mary Agnes
Saling, Caroline Wilson, and
Beulah Pryor.
Those present were: Fannie
Woodford, Neva Swain, Lucille
Stewart, Mary Harper, Belva
Landaker, Beulah Pryor, Ethel
Harper, Mary Agnes Crock,
Isabel Dowling, Elva Brown and
the hostess. Mary Davis was a
guest in addition to three chil
The next meeting will be held
Thursday, April 17 in the home
of Mrs. Beulah Pryor.
Brookfield Buckeye
Lassies Hold Meeting
The first meeting of the Brook
field Buckeye Lassies Four-H
club was held last Wednesday
Officers were elected for the
ensuing year as follows: presi
dent, Sue Phipps vice president.
Alice Wickham secretary, Lois
Teters treasurer, Judy McNutt
recreation leaders, Fontella
Greathouse and Carolyn Bailey
news reporter, Violet Teters, and
health and safety officers, Carol
Greathouse and Diana Pitts.
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Olive Homemakers Club
Holds March Meeting
In Lillian Still Home
The March meeting of the
Olive Homemakers club was hel
last Wednesday in the home o
Lillian Still, Caldwell route.
Ruby Merry, president, con
ducted the meeting and the les
son for the day was on "sewinj
machine attachments."
A pot luck lunch was enjoyec
at noon by the following: Rub]
Merry, Nellie Merry, Mary
Merry, Gladys DeVolld, Velm
Wickham, Lail Gill, Lavonnii
Whitcomb, Rhea Elliott, El$ie
Smith and the hostess.
The club voted to hold no
meeting in April due to the
annual Achievement Day pro
Friendly Neighbors
Club Holds Meeting
In Winnie Slater Home
The March meeting of the
Friendly Neighbors club was re
cently held in the home of Mrs.
Winnie Slater, near Keithtown.
Quilting was the project for
the day and a delicious lunch
was served at noon to 12 mem
bers and 11 guests.
The club prize was won by
Edna Garvin. Grace Radcliff
received the guest prize and
Wilma Waller, the guess what
Plans were made to hold the
next meeting in the home of
Dorsa Morris.
Members present were: Lola
Mitchell, Nora Hughes, Kate
Hale, Wilma Waller, Joanne Han
son, Doris Edwards, Olive Chand
ler, Cleo Briggs, Dorsa Morris,
Blanche Woodford, Edna Garvin
and the hostess.
Guests were Irene Wilson.
Wanda Slater, Gladys Clark.
Grace Radcliff and Oma Groves.
95th Birthday Celebrated
By Mrs. Maud Jennings
Mrs. Maud Jennings, a life
long resident of the Sharon com
munity, recently celebrated her
&5th birthday at the home of her
daughter, Mrs. Herbert Hana
walt, 1740 E. Kenworth* Road in
The day was spent in fellow
ship with a number oi relatives
and friends.
The following enjoyed a pot
luck dinner at the noon hour:
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Jennings
and Mr. and Mrs. Graydon Jen
nings and children, Clarence,
Larry and Donna, of New Con
cord Mrs. Agnes Parrish, Miss
Martine Parrish, Mr. and Mrs.
Charles Shaffner, Mrs. Eddie
Parrish and son, Jimmie, Miss
Roberta Withrow, Mr. and Mrs.
Earl Brown, Mrs. Bertha Young,
all of Columbus Mr. and Mrs.
Walt Weber and daughter,
Linda, of Dayton Mr., and Mrs.
Ralph Hanawalt, of Barberton
Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Hanawalt
and the honored guest.
Mrs. Jennings received many
nice gifts including a bouquet
of American Beauty roses tele
graphed from Phoenix, Ariz.
Good Neighbors Club
Meets In Boyd Home
The 'Good Neighbors club Of
Sharon recently met in the home
of Mrs. Belle Boyd with 1^
members answering the roll
The day was spent in piecing
quilt blocks and tying a comfort.
A delicious pot luck lunch was
served at noon.
The president, Ruth Wells,
had charge of the business meet
ing. A contribution was voted to
the Red Cross. Laura Ramsey
received the guessing prize Flor
ence Parrish, the guest prize and
Juanita Ramsey, the club prize.
Members present were: Alta
lams, Ruth Lawrence, Pearl
Elliott, Lois Blake, Mabel Wil
son, Jean Ramsey, Doris Ram
sey, Ruth Wells, Phenia Bigley,
Effie Ramsey, Roberta Bigley,
Juanita Ramsey and the hostess.
Guests were: Florence Par
rish, Laura Ramsey, Dorothy
Harmon, Clarice Mendenhall,
Pauline Haga, Delia and Cora
Boyd and a number of children.
Amazon Chapter, 0. E. S.
Holds March Meeting
Amazon Chapter Nu. 30, Order
of Eastern Star held their March
meeting Tuesday evening in the
Masonic Temple on Main street
Worthy Matron Rama Steen
presided at the meeting, at which
time initiation of candidates was
Five guests from the Massillon
Chapter, O. E. S. were present
including the worthy matron of
that chapter.
As a part of the evening's pro
gram, John Kirchner and Mary
Seerest favored with a vocal
duet, accompanied by Nancy
Delicious refreshments were
served at the close of the meet
ing by the committee with Ethel
Caldwell as chairman.
Miss Ruth Green
Engaged To Wed
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Green
of Caldwell route, are announc
ing the engagement of their
daughter, Clara Ruth to Charles
Edward Henry, son of Mrs.
Elizabeth Wharton, of Summer
field, and Walter Henry, ot
Miss Green is a student at the
Caldwell high school. Mr. Henry
is a graduate of Summerfield
high school and is now serving
in the U. S. Army at Fort Bragg,
N. C.
Wedding plans are incomplete.
Wheeler Bible Class
Meeting Held Thursday
The Wheeler Bible class of
the First Baptist church was
entertained last Thursday even
ing in the home of Mrs. Charles
Milligan on North street.
Mrs. Milligan opened the meet
ing with prayer. Mrs. Henry
Simonton and Mrs. Carrie R-rd
had charge of the devotional
service and program. The theme
for the evening was "He Knows
and He Cares."
A brief business session was
conducted by the president, Mrs.
Harry Colley.
The remainder of the evening
was spent in sewing on qui it
blocks and delicious refresh
ments were served by the host
ess, assisted by her daughter.
Members present were: Mrs
Charles Fowler, Mrs. Roy W.k
ander, Mrs. Lowell Swain, Mr
Walter Johnson, Mrs. Margare:
Ickes, Mrs. Carrie Reed, Mi.~.
Gerald Ramage, Mrs. Raymonu
Moore, Mrs. Harry Colley, Mr.-.
Henry Simonton and the host
Mizpah Class Meets
Friday In The Church
The Mizpah class of the Fni
Methodist church met Frila
evening at the church with Dr.
and Mrs. Robert Rudge condui
ing the program, Mr. and Mrs
Ortan Lantz providing the en
tertainment, and Mr. and Mrs.
Merle Barnhart serving refresh
Those present were: Rev. and
Mrs. E. Parker West, Mr. and
Mis. Merle Barnhart and chil
dren,'xMr. and Mrs. Ortan Lantz,
Dr. and Mrs. Robert Rudge.
James Johnson, Helen Pezzopane
and Sarah Caldwell.
The next meeting will be
April 18, with a pot Tuck dinner
at 6:30 p. m. in the church din
ing room. Mr. and Mrs. Merle
Barnhart will provide the enter
tainment and Dr. and Mrs.
Robert Rudge will show a film.
Brownie Scout Troop
Meets Thursday P. M.
The Caldwell Brownie Scout
troop met in regular session
Thursday, March 20 in the First
Presbyterian church basement
with the co-leaders, Ethel Moore
and Joan Hickman in charge.
The meeting was opened by
the president, Carol Johnson,
with the presentation of the
colors and pledge to the flag.
A 45-minute period of games,
contests and exercises were en
joyed after which refreshments
were served to 15 members.
The meeting closed with the
retiring of the colors and the
Brownie Scout Circle.
The troop will meet again on
Thursday, March 27 at 3:30 p. m.
in the First Presbyterian church
basement. Election of officers
will be held at this meeting.
Ava W. C. T. U. Meets
In Methodist Church
The Ava W.C.T.U. met last
Friday evening in the Methodist
church dining room with 17
members in attendance.
The meeting opened with
group singing and prayer led by
Bessie Daw. Etta Rayner was in
charge of the devotional service,
using as her topic, "Highway of
A short business meeting was
conducted by the president. A
number oi brochures were dis
Plans were made to meet
again on Friday, April 18 with
Esther McElroy and Lydia Sorg
as hostesses.
The closing prayer was led by
Lucille Hall.
Delicious refreshments were
served by the hostesses. Bessie
Daw received the door prize.
Pioneer Girls Hold
Regular Meeting In
First Baptist Church
The Pioneer Girls, of Caldwell,
held their weekly meeting in
the First Baptist church of Cald
well, with Martha Patten and
Nancy Ramage in charge.
The meeting was opened with
praper by Mrs. Patten.
Each column went into
"Column Council" where each
column held their devotions. The
"Trailmakers" column had 12
girls present while the "Brave
Girls" column had 15 girls
Several girls passed a part
of their first achievement.
"Catch-up" was called and the
girls sang their theme song.
The girls worked on their
handwork for a period and then
the girls had "Bible Explora
Refreshments were furnished
by Mrs. Fowler.
Victory Bridge Club
Plans Thursday Eve.
Mrs. Ruth Evilsizer enter
tained the Victory Bridge clnb
Thursday evening, March 20 at
her home on Spruce street.
The home was attractively
decorated in keeping with the
St. Patrick's Day theme.
A dessert course was served
by the hostess to the following
members: Inez and Louise Clark,
Hattie Wiley, Mary Seherr,
Dorothy Dyer, Sylvia Bryan,
Mary Sanford, Lulu McDonald,
Ada Ackley, Olive Groves and
guests, Mary Richcreek and
Thelma Rice.
The club prizes were won by
Inez and Louise Clark.
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Mrs. Laura Tarleton To
Observe 90th Birthday
Anniversary, April 1
Mrs. Laura Tarleton will
observe her 90th birthday anni
versary on Tuesday, April 1 at
her home, 812 Belford street.
Despite her advanced age, Mrs.
Tarleton, is quite active and en
joys very good health. She lives
alone and does all of her own
housework. She is a life-long
member of the Methodist church
and is quite interested in current
Mrs. Tarleton is the mother of
four sons: Harry Tarleton, of
Columbus Earl Tarleton, of
Marysville Frank and Howard
Tarleton, of Caldwell. One
daughter, Mrs. Faye Roberts, is
deceased. She also has 11 grand
children and 18 great-grand
Friends are quite welcome to
call on Mrs. Tarleton at her
home on either Sunday, March
30 or on her birthday, April 1.
Caldwell W. c7 T.~U.
Meets In Groves Home
Mrs. Mattie Groves was host
ess Friday, March 21 to members
of the Caldwell W.C.T.U. at her
home on Belford street.
Mrs. Ola Shafer, president,
conducted the meeting. Mrs.
Norma Miller led the worship
service and the program was
presented by Mrs. Billa Patter
son, who gave a drill on "Parlia
mentary Law." Mrs. H. A. Guiler
favored with a vocal solo and
articles were read by Mrs. Jessie
Young and Mrs. Edna Racey.
Refreshments were served at
the close of the meeting by the
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