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EIGHTEEN The Doiiy Times, New Philadelphia, Ohio WEDNESDAY, MAY 11, 1955. 57. Houses lor Sale fWO bedroom house automatic he 2-car sarage, carpets and stav. Now being painted. Located at 712 E.

Front Dover. Ph. Charles T. Barkett, 34274. HEAD FOR THE COUNTRY!" 41.

Lcgals NUTIUt Ol APPOINTMENT Notice Is hereby Uiat Russell W. Durst ol 1711 E. Tuscarawas. Canton. Ohio, has been appointed and qualified as administrator with the will annexed of the estate ol Etta Jane Darst.

late of New Phila dclphigu Ohio, deceased. Creditors must present then claims to said fiduciary within four months from date hereof or be for- INewcomerslown News Mrs. Ruth Mathias let's pet away from It all In ever barred. sparkling new home' As pretty as your and with a personality to match, this THRLF bedroom home should really please herl Featuring large living room with picture window overlooking beautiful Sunset Valley. Also ha.d wood floors, large closets and lull basement, with oil furnace.

One acre in new allotment only 10 minutes from town. Price $14,000. We will help you arrange convenient financing Dial 42602 for 'our ap pointment. WILLIAM A. BECKER REALTOR NEW PHILA Dated this 20th day of April, 1955.

Ralph Finley, Probate Judge. Patrick Patrick, Attorneys I 87216 RAINBOW GIRLS I hiond. brother-in-law of Mr How- Election of officers was held at ell, in Cleveland Saturday, a meeting of the Order of Rainbow 27-3w for oirls held at the Temple Mon- ROTARt I I I day night, with Worthy Advisor I John Heller was speaker at the Connie Hogue in charge, lnstalla- Bui hi LISl. 4IU Mil II t. No.

32253 Comm, Pleas tjon will be held May 23rd. raw an Countv. Ohio. Osier. Plaintiff, I LawlS, Defendant.

Ne ELK9 MEETING T.e ie bn i Dinner was held at Schlarb res- V. 'prrVeot' re idencc taurant for the officers of the Elks nip ntiff will I lodge preceding the meeting Mon "itiff oaiar day night with Exalted Ruler Stanley Mlzer in charge. Killer Of Former Wife Surrenders To Cincy Police CINCINNATI 35-year- cld husband of a slain Cincinnati woman confessed the murder to police today, explaining that he shot his wife after she told him to to when he tried to affect a reconciliation. Charles Atchley. 35.

of LaFollette. walked into Cincinnati police headquarters early today and told his story. He said he Rotary Club's Monday meeting at came to Cincinnati three days ago Stoffers His subject was looking for Mrs. Eveiyn Noe tion planning and oresent husband and intended to C. O.

Headlee of West Lafayette kill the man. was a guest. i Atchley told police he looked up 1 the address of Frank Noe in the NEW PHIL A. a Very Beautiful Home in the $32,000 class locateo I on a knoll overlooking the c.ty tn one direction and hills anu woods on the other sides. Nearly New.

A Verv Modern Ranch Home TRANCES R. MILLER REALTOR 240 West High Ave. Phone 42706 fill be; tn Court i on on PIphv of I tv. Ohio, No 3225S. atrstnn the named Punn Lewie.

The of said petition for the reonvr of a monev iudr- mrnt tv the amount of Two t.e del AT BIRDS RUN on Rt. 271 A 5 rm. house with elec. 16 A. Would make ideal Summer home or fish mg jamp.

Selling reasonable Pli Ncwoomcrstown 86823 or write J. C. Bowers. RD 1. Newcomers town, O.

GOOD MODERN 6 rm. house, bath, gas furnace, basement, with two lots on corner. 803 2nd St. S. S.

Side. Call 39933 after 4 pm. DOVER, a very attractive home, a- of 6 rooms: special in appea; 1 ance both exterior and interior a striking entrance hall. Tac mg an extra landscaped lot which goes with the property. Price $17 000.

FRANCES R. MILLER. REALTOR 240 West High Ave. Phone 42706 Hundrrd 1 upon ronntl- m-oount. and nl mmttonnd Runn L.

further take that re.ju red to neti- 25th. 1985. nr nt hv will he ten- niralnM him stephenenn fnr Plaintiff HOSPITAL NOTES Mrs. Russell Hart as brought to her home on Spaulding ave from Coshocton hospital Monday by Our- MAYORS COURT Homer L. Marsh.

28. UhrichsviHe, -------cited on a speeding charge was REST HOME fined $15.70. Mrs. Dewey Ludwig was re- Monday afternoon James D. Spi moved Tuesday from the East neila.

33. Derby. N. was fined Avenue Nursing Home. New on an overloaded truck delphia to her hon in Port Wash- charge ington by telephone book and aited to shoot hint in front of his home.

How ever, it turned out to be the wrong Frank Noc. Tuesday, he met his wife on the street and tried to patch up their marriage. She turned hint down and he followed her to her apart ment, he added. He tried again, and this time she told him to to hell Atchley said he became angry, pulled the gun and fired two shots FULLER SERVICES BIRTII NOTES imo hcr nc flcd and Funeral services were held Tues- Mr. and Mrs.

Clarence Gadd. RD llic afternoon in a neighbor Markets CHICAGO fc Hogs Salable 10.000. weak-25e lower. Early top 18; bulk 15-1775; heavy 15-1650; medium 1625 1750; light 1725 18; light lights 1450-17; packing sows 12-1525; pigs 6 15. Cattle Salable 7.000, smallest Wednesday run since September, 1953.

Strong-50c higher. Calvea salable 300: steady. Choice prime steers 2350-27; common to choice 15-2325: yearlings 15 2650; heifers 15 24: cows 1150-1550; 11-15: calves 15-27; feeder steers 17 22; stocker steers 15-24; stocker cows and heifers 10-20. Sheep Salable 1.5(H); steady. Choice and prime lambs 1825-19: common to choice 15 18: yearlings 10 16; ewes 4-7.

mm ii or im ni SALE day at the Dawson Funeral Home. have received word of tht birth 1 'r rl.untv!'*1* Coshocton. George E. Fuller. a daughter May 6lh to Mr.

and Mrs. Wayne Gadd. Cheyenne. Wyo. uit'H sale at public auction jy of June.

at on premises. 337 D.W'h Sen- PhPa- tho follow cie- situated in the ra a s. Olt' or New idt lphiit. nnd State of Ohio, known and described mart half of I.ot No Thlit' constv and state bounded and described lb.wv to.wit: Reulnnlnff at the -i lornr of No 3rt: a northerlv direction on of 3A or- and flftv-four esteriv direction on 66. who died Sunday at his home at Pleasant Valley following a heart attack.

An employee of the NickJcs Bakery he was born Jan. 21, 1889 in Newcomerstown. His par- She has been named Leana Kay. The daughter born Saturday. May 7th to Mr.

and Mrs. Vernon Dur- bcn at Guernsey Memorial Hospital. has been named Cindy Lou. A son was born Tuesday ents were James and Martha Um stott Fuller. His wife, the former ing and Mrs.

Joshua Har Jessie Cox survives, along with two rd 3 at Guernsey Memorial daughters. Mrs. Ralph Wise of Ak- hospital. ron and Mrs. Tom Baker of Pleas- The daughter born Sui day morn- ant Valley, one son.

Jerry of the ing an(j Charles wjti the lire home and one sister. Mrs. Ruth njs Rav at. has been named Susan thlrtv.three feet: rj in dire, tier cn Maxw 11, Berea Ann. 1 a with the line Burial was in the Cox cemetery near Adams Mills.

hood movie, hiding the gun undci the scat. Cincinnati police picked up Frank Noe. who was abo cstrang ed from Mrs. Noe. They questioned him extensively but he estaolished alibi for the hour of the killing Then, they went searching foi Atchley.

Mrs. Noes first husband $trjp Coal Miflinq but they could not locate him his home lown. This morning, he walked into police headquarters rmd gave himself up. STREET FIGHTING CONTINUES A Vietnamese soldier and a civilian, on bicycle, look up flaming Boulexard Galliem in Saigon, Indochina, as street fighting continue? between the Nationalist Army and Rebel forces. Premier Nso Dinh Diem government trcora drove the L.

rebel forces out of Cholon in another major ictory that ea'C the anti-Communi-1 premier a firmer grip on divided Viet N.on OK New Curbs On NEW 2 Bcdrm. den. ultra modern. Open balcony, gas furnace, basement, dol. garage.

Ph. 31513. NEAR DOVER East modem 4 rm. bath on first floor. Partly finished 2nd floor bedrm.

Full basement, cas fur- nace. All hardwood finish. At tached breczeway A- rarare 623 5th. Dover Dial 52944 for I IN Cor. of 5th Grant St.

Lg brick house Will sell cheap. Inq. at 407 Sherman Dennison. O. TIRED DRIVING SO FAR TO WORK? YOU CAN OWN this compact Home in Massillon.

2 baih down. Finished bedrm up. Gas furnace, full lot. Ap proved for G. I.

loan After 5 p. m. Dial 35632 or call at 1205 Crater Dover. 2 LOVELY HOMES. N.

W. See Gas 1 is new ultra modern 6 rm. Will help finance. Dial 31513. 1v fl No btindml 1 fret fl ifrf lot; in 1 nf 111 i fbpr- 133 fr-f-t tn tlm rt t-PKtmiinjr.

nntnv nnnn HOLD WIENER ROAST MOTHER DAY DINNER Honoring Mrs. Georre Ames on CINCINNATI Day. the following held a ntonth-old son Doctor's Son Gets Polio After Shot COLUMBUS hill drastic ally increasing restrictions on strip an increase tn bond from $190 to $250 an acre was recommended for passage Radio Quartet At Church Here Sunday Carrollton Livestock Carrollton Livestock QuotatK'ris for May 9. ltd I HOGS 345 hd. 140180 17.50 18 50.

180 230 18 0018.50 230-300 16 50 18 00, Sows. 11.50 14.00. i 8 Rt ceip I 818 hd Ch 26 00-28 00. good 23.00-26.00, Med. 20.0-23.00.

Com. 15.00 20 00. CATTLE 194 hd. fciteors, 20 00-22 50. Med.

17 .00 20.00. Com 14 00 17 00 HEIFERS Good 18.00 Med. 15.00-18.00. Com. 12 00 Good 12.50 14 00.

Med 10 50 12 00. Com. 10 50. BULLS Butcher 13 00 18 00 Bologna 12.00-16.50. SHEEP Receipts 277 hd good Med.

The Eastwood Quartet, which has been featured over radio station I Lambs, WHKK for the past two years, will! 15 00 18 (H), Com. 10 00 15 00 present a program of special mu-i ic at the First Church of the Breth-! today by a 13-0 vote of the House ave an(1 -th st NW tllls AcKlnhula Honors Conservation Committee nuiiura The bill would include In mmmon tv th nndn f' width of lot No ni ndtolnlnir hftjf of S.lfrt of No 70 on north 1 i idr npf-i ft 11 r- 1 nnnnns mil't not nf OO foi. 0.0 it- too 00 of nnd noon th- n--' 1 of T1 1 of William Several from the receiv-j dlnner al restaurant Sunday county doClor boen stricken able department of Heller Bros. Co. Mra.

Ames, Ml. and Mrs. Dale with after receiving a shot city, next Sunday at 7:30 p. m. auger The proup Mrs Veteran Employes mining in the description of strip (iuise.

soprano: Mrs. Kenne Devers asm abui iaSi mining and also require ttie grading pauj Tobias, oass John Millrr. trnor; P. J. Rcmbur, who have nearly 1 (HH) of service 10 held a wiener roast at Pori Wash- schaar.

Church st. Mr. and Mrs. of the Salk Ington roadside park Monday eve- John McKean. Canal st.

Willard produced tiing. Those attending were Miss Ames. Church st. and Mr. and Mrs.

tories in California. Helen Hothem. Patsy Gibson. June 1 prank Ames. Cleveland, and GU bert La Rue.

INb) The 19 of a Hamilton of the bottom of the final cut to prevent the forming of acid pools. It does not. however, include a vaccine which was recommendation of Governor the Cutter Labora- ausche that the coal seam in the f.nal cut be sealed off Thirty- pianist: and P. J. Rrmsburg.

announcer. The public is invited to their town, will be hono-ed st a the concert. Carney. Doris Black. Mrs.

Larry Guynn, Mrs. Waldon Walters and Mrs. Harold Davis. DISTRICT RALLY Find Seclusion In Garbage Can CLUB 40. Public Sales HARRY TAYLOP.

VETERAN AUCTIONEER COMPETENT RELIABLE 421 4th SL N. Ph 33692 PUBLIC SALE FRIDAY A SATURDAY May 13th 14th GOODS SHOP TOOLS Having sold my property, I wui sell at Public Auction at my home in Leavittsville, the following: Seat; 2 form rockers: 4 chains; 4 cane bottom chairs: spicc box; picture i r. vi notice .1 1 hpv tlilr- 1 Ulpp Vt 1 i slinrv ppt in Tnnntv i Ti- vyliAm .11 1 rbnt adi Af II 1985 ftts4 hpr titum in nitliln f- Pah tit Tuicsruwnt nnd Af rihiA oersnnal of nAt tn nf nrtTitnf that In rp a fAjlAninA In enuntv tfi-H it: S'tuatpd In C'lfv nf PhUa- 1 of and of Knon T.ot« isrht and in Hrf First ifMltlnn to City of 1 a Ohio mm, found on rlst in I'ount a-id a -ipId f.otn on a to on or hv tho-r nr vitl i fiai fort Af of frontmr on or V'n to huilt on 1 a to or than Four It i 'd 1 1 1 fifl), 0 of lot. Said at Four: Philadsl- I nhia. Ohl The child is Terry Katz, son of Dr.

and Mrs. Aaron Katz of Cm I ctnnati. Dr Katz said that the Slaver 0( Wife son ts in good condition and he -y Mrs. Ray Wolf was hostess to the expects him to regain normal vJlven Lite I Grm Carol Club at her home on W. health shortly.

WEST UNION, O. iWS A District Missionary Rally as state st, Monday evening. The doctor added that he inocu- Craycraft, 30 year old convicted 13 cnn held at Cambridge Monday evening Prizes in euchre went to Mrs. lated his other children with the slayer of his estranged wife, has Floy told police he took the wsong at the Foursquare Gospel church, Clarence Speer, Mrs. Daisy Neal same vaccine, but said been sentenced to life imprison- Sunday and became lost CHICAGO for an eight-year-old Chicago boy ended William Monday in.

of all places, a gar civic dinner tonight in Ashtabula. Among those receiving gold, ul- or bronze pins wiT be City Engineer Fred Collins; Fire 5dolph Rohl and Fireman Albert Nelson. They have served the more than 40 each. Churches participating were Uh- Mrs Harry Chambers. richavilk, Newcomerstown.

Dover. Alliance. Canton and Cambridge. Attending from the local church were Rev. and Mrs.

O. E. Ghere and son, Willie. Mrs. William Parks.

Lavonnt Norman, Nancy Marun Nancy Sharrock and Junior Johnson. Guest speaker was the Rev. Howard P. Courtney an evangelist formerly of Los Angeles, Calif. At this meeting $100 was contributed for foreign missions.

Mrs. Speer will be hostess May 26 tit. PERSONAL ITEMS Weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. J.

W. Robe. S. River st. were Mrs.

Mary Robinson and Mr. William Morrison of Lorain. On Sunday the? attended the dedication of a new Methodist church in Old Washington. Mrs. Viola Gilham.

Morristown, returned to her home Sunday after visiting week with Mr. and Mrs Paul Ford. River Mr. and Mrs. Roy Johnson Wooster, visited over the weekend with her parents.

Mr. and Mrs earthquakes occur be neath the sra. While usually less all still well, thank ment in the Ohio penitentiary. He When night came, he said he destructive than those that hit Little case of polio is was sentenced Monday for the climbed into the garbage can be- populated land areas, they may the first in the Cincinnati area first-degree shooting of his 32-year- cause, was the only place wreak throuRli huge sea ot since the inoculation program be- old wife Dorothy. A motion for a could stay without being both gan.

new trial as denied. settlements. tidal waves that inundate coastal WINSOME CLASS The hostesses were Mrs. Carl Peoples, Mrs. Chester Lehman and Mrs.

Harold Lehman ior the meet- pe'itien mg of the Wrin Some Gass of First iVt i-r I BRtDGE CLUB Mrs. David Davis was hostess to her bridge club Monday night at a seven o'clock dinner served at Mrs. Albert home. N. Col-1 Ciark Emler.

State st. lege st. followed by cards at the Mr5. Elhel Gaynor. Church st.

Davis home on Neighbor st. attended the edding Saturday of Gub prizes went to S. L. Mane Johnson and Carl Stowe and Mrs. D.

O. Nicodemus. weaver in Dover This is the last meeting of the sea- Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Walkenspaw, McKinley ave.

were and Mrs. James spaw and children Ricky and Cindy of Newark and Mr. and Mrs. Myron Hoobler, and daughter. Becky, RD 3.

Visitors of Rev. and Mrs. E. Showing off may be part of growing up son. f' frames, nand carved; hundreds ol ate; china dishes.

Haviland, Ironstone. Bavaria, cut glass, old fine dishes; clocks: hanging lamps: linen table cloth other household goods, in eluding elec. range: refrigerator: washer: sewing machine; tables: chairs: llvrm. suite; beds: dozens of sheets pillowcases; silverware rugs: linoleum; blankets; Rest Home supplies: misc. tools; rubber tired wagon: Choremaster garden tractot with mower and cultivator, A-D: lawn roller: hog cattle fence: tires; log chains; fertilizer: car penter, garden Sc shop tools: corn sheller: rope blocks: hundreds of other items.

ANTIQUE Tools. MISC. Tools will sell F'riday at! 10 a. m. DST, with the antiques, dishes, to follow.

Lunch will be served on both days. TERMS CASH. MRS LENA KINCADE. OWNER RD 4. Carrollton.

Ohio Robert C. Newell, Auct. RD 5, Carrollton, O. COLLECTORS ANTIQUE AUCTION Saturday, May 14,1 p. m.

Located at square of Greensburg, Ohio. 12 nuies south of Akron 1 Rt. 241. Curly Maple and Cherry chest, small walnut corner cupboard, cherry night stand, 1 door commode, drop leaf table, walnut drop leaf extension table, candle box, chairs, marble top stand, nresser. wash stand, cobblers bench lope bed, blanket chest.

Boston rocker, hang mg lamps China, pattern glass, pewter, brass, copper, iron and tin toys. Mechanical banks, old American coins, muzzle loading rifles, hand painted urns, ladle? coffee mills, farm bell, doughtry on legs. Victorian furniture, teakwood tables, many rare collectors ltmis included, other primitives. Plenty of seats, lunch avail able. We will also have our regulai Saturday night sale of merchandise starting at 6 30 p.

m. Wayne Everhart, AucL Read Times Class regularly. pa-ment a and for equita John and Mar-arf will further defendant to and th-t to an- or op IStb dav of Admlniatratrli. Rv: Fitzratriok: Fitz- ratriok and Zimmerman. Bces make honey as food for themselves and their larvae.

Baptist church Monday night at the Haines. Church st over the week- Annex. Mrs. Ralph Dovcnbargcr led devotions. Roll call was answered with Evelyn Wilson conducted contests.

Refreshments were served to 15 members and one guest. Rev. Dovenbarger. The next meeting will be June 13th. INTER NOUS The Inter Nous Club held a covered dish mother and daughter dinner at Isleta Methodirt church Monday evening, with Mrs.

Harold Best and Mrs. Erwin McAllister as hostesses. Twenty-five members and guests attended. A pantomime, Went was present-d. A clarinet quartet, composed of Barbara Ross, Sandra Miller, Linda Crouch, and Janet Hothem.

played a number. A style review was given by several Shirley Wilier gave a reading. Pa and Verle Davis showed an educational colored film. The next meeting will be a picnic at Cy Young Park June 12th. BUTTER LUCK NEXT TIME Robert Maslin, 12.

was disqualified when he tried to enter his bullfrog in the butter churning contest at the third annual Butter Day Celebration in Mansfield, Mo. Robert wanted to drop the frog into the bucket of cream and let the croaker chum it by kicking around- Might have worked, too. but the judges the boy should do the burning himself, BETA CIRCLE The last meeting of the club year was held Monday e.ernng at the home of Mrs. Robert Adams. E.

State road. wrhich was a covered dish dinner. Eleven members and one guest, Mrs. Ralph Brill, mother of Mrs. Adams, attended.

A short business meeting was conducted by Mrs. D. B. Roeder, vice president and program chairman. Roeder will be the president for the coming year and she an nounced the program committee will be Mrs.

Melvin Little. Mrs. Graliam Marshall and Mrs. Charles Phillips. A $5.00 donation was voted to the Tuscarawas Valley Guidance Center.

end were Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Armour and daughter, Cuyahoga Falls.

Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Wayne McFarland Cross st. were her mother, Mrs. Giarles Smith, Sherrodsville, and her brother and family, Mr.

and Mrs. C. H. Smith and children. New Philadelphia.

Mrs. T. J. Stabler, Cross st. visited over the weekend Mr.

and Mrs. Harold Fast, Ashland. Mrs. Charles Bond. Neighbor st.

was a weekend guest of her son- in-law and daughter. Mr. and Mrs. J. P.

McGee, RD 1, West Lafayette. Visitors of Mr and Mrs. William i Johnson. W. Giurch st.

Sunday, were Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Murphy, Jack Johnson, Mr.

and Mrs. Robert Johnson and Melanie, and Mr. and Mrs. Carl Johnson and children, Ronnie and Carol Ann, all of Caldwell. Mr.

and Mrs. Paul Shaughnessy of Columbus were weekend guests of her parents, Mr and Mrs. Everett McElhaney uid son, Larry. Church st. Mrs.

Jesse Richmond Cross st, and Mr. and Mrs. Willard Egler and children Billy, Bobby and Carolyn, State st. were Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs.

Paul Tay- lor, Steubenville. Mr. and Mrs. F. B.

Schmidt and children of Marysville spent the weekend with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. McKinley Wiandt, Neighbor st. Miss Blanche Bassett has returned to her home on Cross st af-1 ter spending several months with her niece, Mrs. Ed Beightler, Uhrichsville.

Mr. and Mrs. Chester Best. 1st st. had as their guests Sunday Mr.

and Mrs. Robert Best and children and Don Kopis, Columbus. Mrs. Kopis and daughter, 1st st. Mr.

and Mrs. Donald Addy and children. State st and Mrs Grant Best. Neighbor st. when old enough to drive KID STUFF! ATTENDS SERVICES Rev.

and Mrs. Ernest Howell, River st, and their son and daughter-in-law', Mr. and Mrs. Ernest J. Howell and son of Asliland atiend- '4 funeral tm H.

Ham- Miisk oxen have an outer coat of long, coarse dark brown to black hair and a arm undercoating of wool that 13 shed every yeajg Remember shouting, mommy, and, later, as you hung by your knees or skinned the cat; this, It was a real thrill to do a new trick, and better still w-hen mother praised, or tht gang acknowledged. ou expect this of kids. It's part of grow- up. But what do you think of adults wrho ust their cars to call attention to themselves by squealing tires, speeding, taking chances, fighting traffic? Most people say kid stuff. Really juvenile.

Silly. right. Careless driving is kid stuff. How many lives ould be much sorrow drivers would only realize that careless driving is kid that care, courtesy, and control at the are the true marks of a man. a An official public muiagt pared by Advertising Council cooperation with the National Safety Council.

CARELESS DRIVING IS KID STUFM Contributed as a public servico by I he Daily TiqRes i.

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