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October 11, 1968

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THE PRESS-GAZETTE HILLSBORO. OHIO Friday, October 11, 1968 miiiiiiiimiiiiiiMiiiiiiiiiiiiiMiiiiiuiiHimii Probate Court Proceedings Jon C Hapner, administrator of Minnie Pulham, appointment of appraiser to hie \acancy. Mildred L Kelly, executrix of Zella E Ellis, petition for distribution of assets in kind Vera Cochran, executrix of Moletia Roler, application for transfer real estate. Frank Spruance. executor of Myrtle Spruance. first, final and distnbutne account Eli Head, guardian of Grace Steele. first and final account filed Donald E Edgmgton, administrator of Eh Edgmgton, schedule of claims Ethel Donnells, administratrix of Mary Keplmger, first and final account filed Glenn E. Wood, executor of Ethel Wood, inventory and appraisement filed and approved; affidavit in lieu of schedule oE claims Mary R Cook, administratrix of | Theodore P. Cook, inventory and appraisal filed and approved Robert J. Smith, administrator JO Months Old ROBERT CLAY WEBB, above, is the 10-month-old son of Mr. and Mrs. W. Clayton Webb, Chillicothe Pike, Hillsboro. Pa- ter.la I grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Webb, 325 South Elm Street, Hillsboro, and maternal grandparents are Dr. and Mrs. T. E. Hogsett, New Market Pike. The great grandfather is William R. Foster, Penfield N. Y. KEGoodifeh SIDERS' AUTO HOME SUPPLY 131 WE81 MAIN ST. Phont 393-3132 The most important insurance question: fHow many companiet do you represent?" If your insurance maa answers,. "Just oqs," ·low down. We're indfr pendent agents and represent several reliable companies. Stands^ to reason wo can give you better service) L. W. Milliard Ins.Tgency L. W. "Dutch" Milliard Eugene Heskett 100 S. High St. -- Hillsboro Hillsboro Bonk Bldg. -- Suite 4 of Ernie Thompson, inventory and appraisal filed and approved; affidavit in lieu of schedule of claims. Mary R. Cook, administratrix of Theodore P. Cook, petition transfer auto. Hugh Cadwallader, executor of Nannie A. Cadwallader, inventory and appraisal approved. Eugene A. Hahne, special administrator of Fannie L. Polk, entry authorizing sale of soybeans. Brice Ferguson, administrator of Opal Ferguson, petition to transfer house trailer. Jon C Hapner, administrator of Minnie Pulliam, entry granting leave to file inventory; inventory and appraisal filed and approved. Donald E. Edgmgton, administrator of Fanny Edgmgton, schedule of claims. Will of Karl W. Deakyne probated. APPRAISALS The estate of Ethel Wood, Greenfield, is appraised at $4,000, in real estate only. The estate of Theodore P. Cook, Greenfield, is appraised at $100 in personal goods and $4,000 in real estate, for a total of $4,100. The estate of Evie Thompson, Ramsboro, is appraised at $2,300, in real estate only. The estate of Minnie Pulliam, Mowrystown, is appraised at $2,850 in real estate and $100 in personal goods, for a total of $2,950. Buford Mrs Eleanor Petrillo of Brooklyn, N. Y . is visiting her parents, Mr and Mrs James Adams, and other relatives at Milford Mrs Cecil Donohoo left Saturday with Mr and Mrs. Russell Martin for a visit with her son, Kenneth Donohoo and family in Florida. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Lindsay of Cincinnati were week end guests of her brother, Melvin Cornetet, and wife. Mr and Mrs. Dick Delaney and children, Kevin, Cara and Mary Beth of Syracuse, N. Y., are visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Evans, and other relatives. Mrs Nellie Brown of Sardinia and Mrs Lucy Fawley spent Tuesday afternoon with Mrs. Fred Crawford and family. Mr. and Mrs. Orville Rohr of Salt Pomt, Mich., were Thursday dinner guests. Teresa Ann Crawford and Cara Delaney were Saturday callers, and j Carl Crawford and family and j David and Donna Jean were Sun- j day visitors. | Junior Hile and family of Xenia i were week-end visitors with her I parents, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Frye. I i Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Mowry call- WHY BUY OIL DRUMS ( o WHEN YOU CAN GETUNICO I QUARTS at the SAME PRICE 10 CASE LOTS AND GET I OFF During Harvest OIL SALE ORDER NOW FROM ANY HIGHLAND COUNTY LANDMARK OFFICE OHIO '5 COMPLETE ONE-SOURCE PETROLEUM SERVICE ed on Mr and Mrs Worlcy Lunden at Lynchburg, Tuesday evening Mr and Mrs Alva Martin spent Tuesday with their granddaughlei, Mrs. Jeanne Dietrick and daugh ter, Tammy, at Mt Grab Mrs. Delia Louderback spent Tuesday with Mrs Mildred Hirons Mr. and Mrs Roy Robbms of Sardinia called on Mr and Mrs Lloyd Mowry, Wednesday evening Mr and Mrs Maynard llosse lott and Mr and Mrs. Walter Kos selott entertained to dinner Sunday Mr and Mrs Bob Elcook and Mr. and Mrs Maynard Rosselott in honor of Dianne Elcook's birthday which was Saturday, Oct 5 Mr and Mrs Walter Rosselott called on Mr and Mrs Robert Winkle and Elaine, Sunday evening Mr ami Mrs Kenny Louderback ' and daughters of Mt. Grab and j Mrs Knuna Lewis of Sardinia | spent Sunday with Mrs. Delia Louderback Donna Jean Crawford of Morehead, Kentucky College spent the weekend with her parents, Mr and Mrs David Crawford, and sons. Jerry and Rodney. Visitors with Mr and Mrs. Alva j Mai tin last week were Mr. and ' M i s Scolty Prather and children Monday evening and Mr. and Mrs , Ralph Martin, Saturday. ( Misses Joyce and Margene Craw- j ford spent Sunday at their home, here , Mrs Carrie Pursley spent Friday with her daughter, Mrs. Mar( gene Waites , Nickie and Jackie Martin spent' Saturday with their grandparents, j Mr and Mrs. Leonard Martin | Hillv Dale Achor and family, .'oe Rosselott and family and W. C Hosselott called on Billy Rosselott, Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. W. V. Allen have ·so'd their property in Buford to his Mster, Wilma Rankin, and hus- Iwiid. Several relatives of the Martin family were entertained at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Millard Gorman and attended the funeral services of Mrs. Gorman's brother, Carroll Martin, Monday afternoon at the Fincastle Cemetery Mrs Lucy Fawley and son, Harry, visited last Sunday with Mr and Mrs. Floyd Rosselott at iMontgomery. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Fawley of near Pricelown called on Mrs. Lucy Fawley and Harry, Sunday evening A large crowd attended the D of A family supper, Saturday evening and a bountepus meal was served of which everyone enjoyed. Margaret Newbrey read the history of the council Patty and Pam Roades and Doris Vance entertained with baton twirling and remarks were made by Mr. Roush, superintendent of Lynchburg Clay School and our deputy, Mildred Louderback The remainder of the evening was spent socially Mrs. Robert Roades and daughters spent Sunday at Cincinnati Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Tnlhty and family of Milford, Tommy Hough of Morehead College and Hugh Weaver and son of Williamsburg were visitors with Mr. and Mrs. Homer Huggins, Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Crawford, Mr. and Mrs. Russell Lukemire, Edward Williams and son, Robert, attended the Lexington Trots at Lexington, Ky , Friday. Mrs Bonnie Crawford and children called on her parents and sister, Lois, and family, Saturday evening. Several relatives visited at the home of their parents, Mr. and Mis. Arthur Unger, recently. WASHINGTON C H -The Washington Kiwanis Club is sponsoring a joint Washington-Miami Trace High School Key Club It is a service club for sophomore, junior and senior boys. SARDINIA-Roy 0. Druhot, Sardinia, has been elected to receive the 33rd degree, Scottish Rite, Masonic Lodge. He will receive the degree in September, 1969, at Boston, Mass. Save for a rainy day. Invtst w U. S. Savings Bonds, Freedom Shares L. It's kick-off time . . . time to start the gridiron clock ticking! Come on, back up our football heroes by coming out to the game. Support them . . . let them know you're there . . . inspire them on to many touchdowns . . . and VICTORY! FRIDAY, OCT. 11, - P.M HILLSBORO INDIANS vs. WILMINGTON KICK-OFF TIME 8:00 P. M. RICHARDS FIELD PLENTY OF SEATING FIGHTING INDIANS 1968 SCALPING SCHEDULE: Sept. 6 Sept. 14 Sept. 20 Sept. 27 Oct. 4 LEBANON BLANCHESTER FRANKLIN CIRCLEVILLE MIAMI TRACE (Home) Oct. 11 WILMINGTON (Home) (Away) Oct. 18 GREENFIELD (Away) (Away) Oct. 25 WASHINGTON C. H. (Home) (Away) Nov. 1 GOSH EN (Home) (Away) Nov. 8 CLINTON-MASSIE (Home) And As Always. . . The New Sharp 1968 Hillsboro Marching Band Will Perform For You! BE AN INDIAN BOOSTER-ATTEND EVERY GAME--JOIN THE BOOSTERS CLUB Hillsboro Dry Goods EAST MAIN ST. -- HILLSBORO, OHIO Fairley Hardware Stores QUALITY -- SERVICE -- PRICE -- SINCE 1849 Tom's Studio Camera Shop CAMERA PHOTO SUPPLIES Hillsboro High School ATHLETIC DEPT. C. W. Limes Jewelry Jack Matson CHEVROLET PONT1AC OLDSMOB1LP OK USED C A R S LANDMARK L B. Milliard MEN'S WEAR Arrow Shirts and Stetson Hat* Mac's Music 112 WEST BEECH ST -- HILLSBORO. OHIO Com Operated Phonographs . Vending Machines Columbus Southern Ohio Electric Co. Skyscraper Restaurant NORTH HIGH ST. -- HILLSBORO, OHIO Drink Swonger Milk MEMBER DAIRY GUILD Hillsboro Dairy Queen HOWARD and BETTY ELLIS Hunter-Wilson-Mayhugh Co. Rt^i Estate Brokers -- Auction Service HILLSBORO, OHIO Duds In Suds AUTOMATIC LAUNDRY MAYTAG WASHERS Mogee's Snack Shop LET'S GO INDIANS: Wilkin-Wilkin Insurance S. HIGH ST. -- HILLSBORO, OHIO Hillsboro Auto Co. FORD--FALCON--MERCURY--THUNDERBIRD Moore Drop Forging Co. BE A HILLSBORO BOOSTER Pepsi-Cola Bottling Co. HILLSBORO, OHIO Sherwood Auto Co. TOM GOOLSBY and NORMAN LUDWICK Kaufman's "YOUR FAMILY'S NICEST PLACE TO SHOP FOR CLOTHING AND SHOES" George R. Steele Co. Insurance -- Real Estate -- Tax Accounting Highlander Restaurant MEET HERE AFTER THE GAME! BOOK YOUR PARTIES BANQUETS HERE. Royal Blue Supermarket BEHIND THE COURT HOUSE Henry's Shoe Store "YOUR FRIENDLY SHOE STORE" EAST MAIN ST. -- HILLSBORO, OHIO Siders' Auto Home Supply YOUR MOTOROLA DEALER "We're With You Team" DRESS WELL LOOK WELL with SHOES from Wells Shoe Store Pike Natural Gas Co. HILLSBORO, OHIO Gossett's Shoes FOR QUALITY AND FIT! .NFWSPAPFRf I K W S P A P F 3