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Thursday, March 19, 19aU
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Receiving a "superior" rating is indeed a major accomplishment,
and since it has military implications the event and its importance
bears added significance.
Noble County's Ambulance Company, 112th Medical Battalion,
was given a rating of "superior" following the "IG" inspection held
at the armory building two*
weeks ago, according to informa
tion received this week by Capt.
Charles J. Coyle, commanding
officer.
The meritorious rating reflects
the genuine military stature
which has been maintained since
the local company was activated
four years ago.
The inspection conducted by
Major Robert Coneybeer, IG in
spector from Ft. Meade, Md.,
was directed in a most scruitiniz
ing military manner, embracing
every department of the county
unit.
The report submitted by the
inspecting officer stated the at
tendance of 98 percent of the
assigned enlisted strength at this
inspection, which was not con
ducted on a regular drill night,
was worthy of favorable com
ment. The average drill attend
ance for the past 12 months, like-
Heavy Snow
Blasts County
In Final Fling!
Another heavy snow storm,
which measured from four to six
inches in various sections, hit
Noble county Wednesday in what
could easily be King Winter's
final blast.
State highway superintendent
Archie VanFossen said that the
cinder crews were out most of
the day and until midnight Wed
nesday, when only a skelton
force stood by for emergencies.
The official temperature read
ing Thursday morning was a
chilly 26 degrees above zero.
Supt. VanFossen said the
northern section of the county
was hardest hit with the snow
measuring at least six inches in
depth. The southern section re
ported only three and four
inches.
Many of the county schools
were also closed Thursday, due
to the icy conditions of the high
ways and secondary roads.
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wise was considered as being
very noteworthy.
Major Coneybeer reported that
the armory facilities were order
ly and presented a very favor
able appearance. Also the organ
izational and individual clothing
and equipment were well dis
played and, in general, were
maintained in a commendable
manner.
In his inspection tour, Major
Coneybeer reported the condition
arid appearance of wheeled
vehicles were outstanding.
Perhaps one phase that regis
tered heavily in the "superior"
rating was the manner in which
the company's administrative
and supply records were found.
The report stated that they were
neat and accurate and reflected
considerable attention to detail
and pride in achievement on the
part of the administrative and
supply technician and other res
ponsible personnel.
The appearance of personnel
during the inspection in ranks
and performance of personnel
during the close-order drill
period were exceptionally good.
Major Coneybeer elaborated at
length on the response received
to oral questioning during the
inspection in ranks and during
the question and answer period,
stating that they were well
above the average and that the
formal training observed, was
adequately prepared and well
presented.
Concluding his report, Major
Coneybeer said: "Average drill
attendance for the past year,
attitude and conduct of per
sonnel thruout this inspection
and increase in enrollment in
army extension courses and the
absence of only one enlisted
man, who could be accounted for
by the unit commander from this
drill, were indffcations of a very
high state of morale within the
organization."
Capt. Coyle stated that the
rating was based on the ef
ficiency of the unit in accom
plishing those duties of which
it has responsibility.
The 'superior" rating awarded
the county ambulance company
at its annual IG inspection is a
profound reflection of the fine
work and training made avail
able to those men who make up
the local military component.
Lt. Col. Howard A. Laile,
112th Medical Battalion com
mander, Columbus, Major An
drew Tyndall, army advisor, and
Capt. Robert A. Dean, Head
quarters Company, 112th Medical
Battalion, accompanied Major
Coneybeer to Caldwell and aided
in tlir Insertion work.
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Local ONG Ambulance Company
Receives Coveted "Superior"Rating
Three Seniors made the honor roll at Summerfield for the fourth
six weeks period ending February 27, according to F. W. Bishop
superintendent.
The perfect attendance and honor students for this period are
as follows
Perfect Attendance
Grade 1 Roger Reed, Bev
erly Biedenbach, Audrey Warn
er Grade 2 Jane Bates, Joyce
Cline, Judy Moore, Terry Smith,
Linda Stotts, Franklin Wise, Earl
Espcnschicd.
Grade 3 Danny Bates, Bar
bara Biedenbach, Donald Bur
bacher, Kathryn Carpenter,
Debra Carpenter, Linda Car
penter, Renea Daily, Rebecca De
Long, Lowell Kerns, John Kirk
bride, Gar^ Reed, Frances Saund
ers, Gary Truax.
Grade 4 Steven Carpenter,
David Dysert, Carol Moore, Leo
Powell, Tommy Snyder. Sue
Stephens Grade 5 Jack Blaks
lee, Jack Barnett, Johnny Truax,
George Warner, Barbara Leach,
Kay Morris, Judy Reed, Sharon
Saunders, Linda Warner.
Grade 6 Gary Edgar, Eddie
Hanes, Paul Henry, Martin John
son, Gary Snyder, Rosie Smith
berger Grade 7 Gene Reed,
James Reed, Gary Roe, Alice
Carpenter, Barbara Espensehied,
Donna Kirkbride, Donnie Kirk
bride, Darlene Thompson.
Grade 8 Kenneth Clark,
Vernon Kirkbride, David Reed,
Charles Snyder, Barbara Leas
ure Grade 9 George Mallett,
Marlene Archer, Deanna Clark,
Karola Delong, Judy Gressel,
Nancy Martin, Ruth King, Linda
Starr, Alice Starr, George Leas
urc, Ray Gant, Richard Dimmer
ling, Sandra Smith, Ann Shelton.
Grade 10 Larry Edgar, Ron
ald Goodhart, Richard Schehl,
Sharol Brownfield, James Crum,
Vivian Moore Grade 11 Sallie
Starr, Rita Gressel, Linda Arch
er, Leanna Carpenter, John
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THE JOURNAL. CALDWELL, OHIO
1 I
COMPANY'S RECORDS REPORTED EXCELLENT FORM
SFC Lee J. Truex, company administrative
and supply officer, is pictured above (seated),
showing his records to a group of interested
officers who accompanied the IG inspector to
Caldwell. Words of commendation issued to
Sgt. Truex for his work was a determining fac
tor in the local ambulance company being
awarded the "superior" rating.
Three Seniors Make Honor Roll At
Summerfield For Six Weeks Period
Crum, Randall Brownfield, Dar
rell Gant, Virgil Thompson, John
Green.
Grade 12 Clesson Carpenter,
Lawrence Crum, Helen Moore,
Gloria Bates, Mary Farnesworth.
Scholastic
Grade 1 Audrey Warner,
Victoria Grywalski, Diane Mc
Elfresh Grade 2 Pamela
Edgar, Joyce Cline, Judy Moore,
Franklin Wise.
Grade 3 Barbara Bieden
bach, Donald Burbacher, Kath
ryn Carpenter, Brenda Clark,
John Kirkbride, Cynthia Stall
ing:? Grade 4 Dale Archer,
Lena Christman, David Dysert,
Carol Moore, Sue Stepnens
Grade 5 Jack Blakslee. Jack
Barnett, Kenneth Wise, Patricia
Archer, Barbara Leach, Sharon
Saunders.
Grade 6 Gary Edgar, Eddie
Hanes, Martin Johnson, Tim
Reed, Sandra Harding, Carolyn
Guiler, Rosie Smithberger Grade
7 —. Alice Carpenter, Donna
Kirkbride.
Grade 8 Vernon Kirkbride
Grade 9 Karola DeLong, San
dra Smith Grade 10 Richard
Schehl, Elaine Triplett, James
Crum, Larry Mallett.
Grade 11 Janis Mallett, Rita
Gressel, Linda Archer, Peggy
Christman, Leanna Carpenter
Grade 12 Lawrence Crum,
Kathryn Bishop, Mary DeLong.
DISMISSED HOME
Mrs. Paul McVay was dis
missed from the Good Samaritan
hospital, Zanesville, to her home
on East street, Wednesday. She
is recovering from major sur
gery.
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Poised as being somewhat pleased as they
viewed the records are, left to right: Capt. Rob
ert A. Dean, Headquarters Company, 112th
Medical Battalion, Columbus Major Andrew
Tyndall, Army advisor, Newark SFC William
H. Kelley, sergeant advisor, Newark and Sgt.
Truex.
Photo by Journal-Leader Staff
Interesting Program
Is Planned By Grange
Carlisle grange No. 2344 will
meet in regular session on Wed
nesday evening, March 25. There
will be a literary program and
pot-luck lunch served by the
men.
The program is as follows:
song, Wylie and Esther Thomp
son reading, Blanche Smith
jokes, Sadie Hupp and Lester
Hesson a debate, "Who does
the most Work, Men or Women?"
by Edwin Crum and Bernard
Archer versus Ruby Leasure and
Bernetta Schehl "Who can tell
the Biggest Lie," Betty Archer,
Jerry Hupp, Tom Gildow and
Rayner Schehl.
Song, all male quartet, Clar
ence Spence, Clarence Dimmer
ling, Lester Hesson and Rue
Spencc song, Carolyn Dimmer
ling and Nancy iMartin talking
contest, W. H, Archer, Gertrude
Kuhn, Anita Crum, Lenlcy
Addis, Mabel Hesson, Ida Dim
merling, Wylie Thompson read
ing, Eva Schehl song, Shila
Thompson.
ADMITTED TO HOSPITAL
Mrs. Vernon Parks, of Cum
berland, has been admitted to
the Good Samaritan hospital,
Zanesville, for observation and
treatment.
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Honor Roll And Perfect Attendance
Students Named At Elk Local School
Two Seniors made the honor roll at Elk local schools in Har
riettsville for the six weeks period, according to Luther"Schramm,
executive head.
Honor roll students, as well as those who achieved perfect at
tendance for the period, are as follows:
Honor Roll
Grade 12 Dana Morrison,
Dean Schott Grade 11 Ann
Johanning, Velma VanFossen,
Joe Flienman, Betty Crum,
Norma Jean Williams, Sue Hen
dershot, Joan Forshey, Larry
Crum, Beverly Griffin Grade
10 Mary Lou Hesson, Larry
Bettinger Grade 9 Carol
Dennis, Frank Baker, David
Huffman, Wade Lucas.
Grade 8 None Grade 7
Gary Blair. Larry Love, Marilyn
Stoffel, Judy Love Grade 6
Linda Beardmore, Linda Ben
nett, Mary Huffman, Linda Roh
rer, Harry Schafer Grade 5
Gregory Duff, Tim Fleeman,
Kermit Stoffel, Cheryl Bennett,
Bonnie Erb Grade 4 David
Bishop, Eddie Forshey, Ruth
Rohrer, Shirley Snider, Doris
Williams.
Grade 3 Sandra Schoeppner,
Donna Duff, Patty Tewanger,
Donald Luke, Dennis Stephens,
Janie Blair, Donna Crum Grade
2 Jimmy Fryfogle, Linda For
shey, Pamela Williams, Linda
Schoeppner Grade 1 Johnnie
Huffman, Lewis Crum, Tony
Forshey.
Perfect Attendance
Grade 12 none Grade 11
Velma VanFossen, Ann Johan
ning, Robert Huffman, Sue Hen
dershot, Joe Fliehman, Larry
Crvim Grade 10 Larry Bet
tinger, Jo Anne Morrison, Nancy
Rossiter.
Grade 9 Laura Bettinger,
Frank Baker, Blake Pryor, David
Huffman, Keith Hughlett, Ronald
Walker, Mary Ann Smith Grade
8 Barbara Bettinger, Sally
Morrison, Betty Williams Grade
7 Gary Blair, Charles Johan
ning, Joe Lucas, Judy Love,
Marilyn Stoffel.
Grade 6 Kenneth Ayers,
Linda Beardmore, Linda Bennett,
Mary Huffman, Harry Johan
ning, Linda Rohrer, Richard
Snider Grade 5 Cheryl Ben
nett, Gregory Duff, Carol Snid
er, Kermit Stoffel.
Grade 4 Linda Archer,
David Bettinger, Eddie Forshey,
Jerry Hendershot, Ruth Rohrer,
Shirley Snider, Ellen Traylor,
Doris Williams: Grade 3 Cal
vin Hendershot, Donald Luke.
Dennis Stephens, Donna Archer,
Lynn Daniels Grade 2 Jimmy
Fryfogle, Linda Forshey, Cath
erine Groves. Connie Tewanger,
Pamela Williams Grade 1
Johnnie Huffman, Tony Forshey,
Larrv Archer.
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Well Known Resident Is
Victim 01 Heart Attack
Ora Roy Thomas, 40. of Cald
well route 5, well known resi
dent of Caldwell and community,
died suddenly at his home Wed
nesday at 5:00 p. m., of a heart
attack.
Born Dec. 16, 1918, in Kansas,
he was the son of Roy and Lillie
Snode Thomas. A lifelong resi
dent of Noble county, he was
employed at the Cleveland Gra
phite Bronze Co., Caldwell plant.
Mr. Thomas was a member of
Carlisle grange, and a veteran of
World Wdr II.
Survivors include his wife,
Dolly Hill Thomas, a son, Roger,
11, and a daughter Roxann, 6, of
the home a brother, Murl
Thomas, principal of the Cald
well elementary schools and a
sister, Mrs. Margaret Phipps,
Caldwell route 2.
The body was removed to the
McVay funeral home where it
was prepared for burial. Funeral
services were conducted at the
funeral home Sunday at 1:00
p. m. with Rev. Walter H.
Brown officiating. Burial was
made in the- Hoskinsville, ceme
tery.
ON DEAN'S LIST
Paul Francis Dimmerlmg, of
Summerfield, was named to the
Freshman Dean's list at Ohio
University, Athens, for work
completed during the first sem
ester of the school year.
THIS, TOO, IS TEXAS EASTERN
A Growing Gas
Transmission System
Is a Busy Place
For Engineers
Did you ever wonder what an engineer with a pip&»
line company does exactly?
He's got a mighty important job at Texas Eastern.
We've got all kinds mechanical, chemical, electri
cal, civil, petroleum. They're found in all types of
work administrative, research and planning, com
pressor station and pipeline design and construction,
drafting, communications, materials, budgets and
plant records, just to name a few.
The engineer at Texas Eastern is a member of a
vast technical team. For instance if a customer
needs more gas, say, 100 million cubic feet a day,
it's not just a simple matter of someone saying "give
it to them."
Gas reserve engineers have to determine that enough
gas is available to fill the request not just for a
short time but for many years. Then the planning
and research engineers go to work to determine how
best to get the gas delivered (they may have to add
a new compressor station, new pipeline or the system
may carry the load just as it is).
The gas is available, a method to deliver it has been
determined. The next step is to construct the needed
facilities. Drafting engineers draw many plans, con
struction engineers plan sites for compressor stations
and routes for new pipelines, material men begin
purchasing needed equipment and supplies, contracts
are planned and executed.
During this time engineers have been planning con
struction budgets and operating costs. Communica
tions engineers have been planning the best equip
ment to install at the compressor station (if one is
needed). And, anticipating the time when the work
will be completed and the new facilities will be placed
in operation, engineers handling plant records begin
setting up records to keep accurate information on
the plant property, its initial cost, operating costs,
how it can be improved and things to keep in mind
when new facilities are constructed.
Texas Eastern's large investment in a wide variety
of engineering talent has proved to be a sound one.
Returns on this investment are found in dependa
bility and efficiency of system operation so customers
know that with Texas Eastern handling the trans
portation job, natural gas will always be available
to meet their needs.
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EXECUTIVE OFFICES
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Local Soldier With The
One And Only "Elvis"
Pfc. Clarence Tucker, soil itf
Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Tucker,
East Union, is pictured with
famous rock and roll singer Pfc.
Elvis Presley. They are both
stationed at Friedburg, Germany,
with the U. S. Army. The snap
shot was taken when the two
boys made a river crossing
together.
Pfc. Tucker and Pfc. Presley
received their basic training
together at Fort Hood, Texas and
they both received orders for
active duty in Germany.
Tucker's complete address is as
follows: Pfc. Clarence Tucker,
U.S. 52467442, Co. A, 1st- MecL
Tk., Bn. 32nd, 3rd AD, APO 39,
New York, N. Y.
IN HOSPITAL
The six-week-old daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Morland, of
Zanesville, has been a patient in
the Good Samaritan hospital, for
the past week for treatment. The
motner is the former Jegneen
Ball, of Caldwell.
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URAL CAS: Processing and Transmitting
OIL PRODUCTS: Refining and Transporting

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