The Salem News from Salem, Ohio on August 11, 1960 · Page 9
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The Salem News from Salem, Ohio · Page 9

Salem, Ohio
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Thursday, August 11, 1960
Page 9
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THURSDAY, AUGUST 11, 1960 THE SALEM. OHIO. NEWS NINE Winners of West District 4-H Competition Are Announced LISBON — Winners in the west iistrict 4-H selection day program leid Tuesday at the West Local School have been announced by Miss «Julia Shank, county extension agent in home economics. It was the second of three district selection days. Winners will compete in the county selection day et Fairfield Local School Friday. Division, winner and clubs follow: Clothing, Let’s Sew — Linda Beeler, 1500 Franklin St., Salem, Stitch and Chatter, and Lavonda McCracken, Beloit RD 2, Mile- branch Jolly Maidens. Articles to use and wear— Peggy Bircher, Damascus, Butler Jolly Workers, ¿nd Mary Lou Brantingham, Winona, and Anita Bennett, Hanoverton RD 1, both Winona Jolly Bunch. Easy to make cotton dress — Junior division. Joyce Hawkins, Salem RD 3, Winona Jolly Bunch, Iris Brady, Alliance RD 5, Loyal Workers, and Kendra Phillips, Damascus, Butler Jolly Workers. SENIOR DIVISION, Penny Bow en, Salem MC 1, Blackburn Hill- toppers, and Faith Door, Kensington, Kensington Little Women. School dress — junior division, Janet Copeland, Hanoverton RD 1, Franklin Busy Bees, and Jodale Kilbreath, 669 E. 5th St., Salem, Four Leaf 4-H’ers. Senior division, Sandra Hawkins, Salem RD 3, Stitch and Chatter, and Judy Aiken, Salem RD 3, Highland Busybodies, Sportg clothes — junior division. Sandy Parks, Hanoverton RD 1, Guilford 4-H’ers and Mary I,ou- ise Kinney, Minerva RD 2, West Twp. Jolly Girls and Boys. Senior division, Janie Heinbuch, Salem RD 2, Winona Jolly Bunch, and Carol Waefler, Minerva RD 2, Jolly Stitchers. Lounge Clothes I — Junior division, Penny Heacock, Beloit RD 2, Milebranch Jolly Maidens, and Karen Beeler, 1500 Franklin St., Sa lem, Stitch and Chatter. SENIOR DIVISION, Mary Lou Alexander, Salem RD 2, Winona Jolly Bunch, Judy McCracken, Be- toi/t RD 2, Milebranch Jolly Maidens, and Linda Wolford, Lisbon RD 4, Highland Busybodies. Dress up dress — Kathy Karnofel, Salem RD 3. Stitch and Chatter, and Nancy Swearingen, Kensington, Kensington Little Women. Tailored clothes — senior division. Carol Bricker, 1643 N. Lincoln Ave., Salem, Willowettes, Kathy Hrovatic, Salem RD 3, Four Leaf 4 H crs, and Donna Denny, Salem RD 2, Butler Jolly Workers. Complete Costume — Carol Hawkins, Salem RD 3, Stitch and Chatter, and Barbara Br oker, of 1648 N Lincoln Ave., Salem, Wil­ lowettes. College girl — Pat Denny, Salem RD 2. Butler Jolly Workers. Foods w inners — foods for snacking and packing — Junior division, Mary Lou Brantingham and Laurie Marshall. Damascus, Butler Jolly Workers. FUN WITH FOODS — Junior division, Stephanie Thomas, Salem RD 2, Butler Sew Merrily and Donna Levkulich. 572 N. Elis wo r t h Ave., Salem, Four Leaf 4-H’ers. Senior Division — Rebecca McGary, Minerva RD 2, Jolly Workers. and Betty Fleming, H o m e worth RD 1, Winona Jolly Bunch. Tasty meals — senior division, Bonnie Fleming. Homeworth RD 1, Wmona Jolly Bunch, and Janie Heinbuch. Yeast bread, rolls and pies—junior division. Mary- Lou Wallace, Homeworth RD 1, l>oyai Workers and Donna Levkulich. Senior division. Margaret W al­ lace, Homeworth, RD 1, Loyal Workers, and Carol Ann Spencer, Salem RD 3, Salem Twp. Farmers and Farmerettes. MISCELLANEOUS - Canning 1 fruits and tomatoes), Betty Loudon, Hanoverton, Hanoverton W7ide Awakes, and Cheryl Boyce, Lisbon RD 4, Butler Sew Merrily. Canning II (meats and vegetables) Margaret WTallace. Freezing fruits and vegetables 1 —Linda Lowmillor, Minerva RD 2, and Judy McCracken. Freezing II — Lois Mead, Homeworth RD 1, Loyal Workers, Mary Ix>u Wallace and Ruth Doyle, Sa- lace and Ruth Doyle, Salem RD 3, Salem Twp. Jr. Farmerettes. Freezing III — Doris Vincent, Salem RD 2, Winona Jolly Bunch and Martha Mary Milliken, Salem RD 3, Salem Twp, Jr. Farmer­ ettes. Flower gardening — Nancy Zaugg. East Rochester, Jolly Workers, and Bonnie Fleming. First aid — Treva Courtney, Beloit, RD 2, Milebranch Jolly Maidens and Elaine Hahn, H o m e- worth RD 1, Junior Workers. Home Furnishings — I Barbara ilyn McCracken, Beloit RD 2, Mile- Shultz, East Rochester RD 1, New Garden Jr. Farmerettes, and Mar- branch Jolly Maidens. 4-H club girl, her home — Judy McCracken and Carol Hawkins. Let’s care for children — Linda Lowmiller, Minerva RD 2. Clean clothes and quick and easy way — Lois Whinnery, 1398 Franklin St., «Salem, Stitch and Chatter, and Ruth Campbell, Salem RD 3, Stitch and Chatter. Quick and easy housekeeping— Rebecca McGarey, Minerva D 2, Jolly Workers. Personal accounts — Bonna Stau- feneger, Salem RD 3, Four Leaf 4-H’ers. About 300 persons attended There were 175 exhibits, with 120 in the style show in the evening Columbiana Courts COMMON PLEAS New Entries Household Finance Corp. vs Robert A. Flickenger: Herriott Trucking Co. having advised that defendant ha^s earned $372 and that they have retained $99.09 of which $88 83 is to garnishment, garnishee is ordered to pay $88 83 to the clerk of courts and balance to defendant and clerk is ordered to pay the corts and pay the balance to plaintiff's attorney. David G. White vs Pauline A. White; divorce is granted to plaintiff, extreme cruelty; property settlement made and maiden name of Pauline A. Nichols restored to the defendant. State of Pennsylvania ex rel Marion B. Smith vs Harold N. Smith: defendant ordered to pay $38.55 a month toward support through probation officer of domestic relation division of Crawford County, Pa. Ethel Vanhorn vs Leon Vanhorn; parties reconciled; case dismissed at plaintiff’s costs, no record. New Cases State of Ohio, cx rel Sylvia F. Looman. East Liverpool vs Jerry Clark Looman, Chicago, III.; ac­ ton for support under Reciprocal Support Act. Rudolph and Myrtle Welk, Wellsville, vs Donald and Catherine Chapel, Wellsville; action for $55,660 02. foreclosure of mortgage and equitable relief. A. H. Pond Co. Inc, Syracuse, N Y., vs Minett Jewelry Inc., 480 E. State St, Salem; action for $90,438 claimed due for merchandise. Marriage Licenses Jim Mahon, 17, clerk, and Janie Householder, 17, student, East Palestine. 9-YEAR-OLD ROY DROWNS AKRON, Ohio < \P>—A 9-year- old boy. one of six lads who were playing in the Ohio Canal in d wn- towTi Akron, drowned Wednesday. Authorities said the boy, Richard L. Christian, stepped into water over his head and his companions were unable to resale him. N. W, was ripped out by an explosion early today. Police said the blast apparently was caused by a home-made bomb or dynanvte thrown against the house. TerSe, b:s wife and four children escaped injury. TRY SALEM NEWS WANT ADS BLAST RIPS HOME j CANTON, Ohio (AP)-A large dining room window at the home of Nick Terse, 120 Thirty-Third S About one and one-half billion lead pencils are sold in the United States annually. James Knox Polk was the first successful "dark horse” U. S. presidential candidate. ■— I Market Reports CANFIELD LIVESTOCK Hogs, receipts, 229 He.; 160 to 190, 16.50 to 17.50; No. Is, 190 to 240, 18.00 to 18.50; No. 2s and 3s, 190 to 240, 17.50 to 18 00; 240 to 260, 17.00 to 17.50; 260 to 300, 15.75 to 17.00; sows, 12.00 to 14 50. Calves, receipts, 100 hd.; choice, 29.00 to 31.50; good, 25 00 to 29 00; med, 20.00 to 25.00; com, 15.00 to 20 00. Cattle receipts, 125 hd ; «Steers, cho ce, 24.00 to 26.00; good, 22.00 to 24.00; med, 20 00 to 22 00; com, 18 00 to 20 00. Heifers, choice, 22.00 to 24 00; good, 20.00 to 22 00; med, 18.00 to 20 00: corn, 16 00 to 18 00. Cows, choice, 15.00 to 16.00; good 14 00 to 15 00; med, 13.00 to 14.00; com, 11.50 to 13.00. MEET SALOME — Brigid Bazlen practices the dance routine she’ll do as Salome in the new film, "King of Kings.” The 16-year- old Irish lass got her acting yen and ken via Chicago TV. _________ Be sure of smooth motoring! Hove Your Cor Checked Now Before The Trouble Shorts Our expert work keeps your car running safely and smoothly. Don’t take a chance — take a check-up! PARKER CHEVROLET 292 W. Stale Street Shop Friday 9:30 - 9:00 Saturday 9:30 - 5:00 TIME TO SELECT YOU WINTER COAT from STROUSS’ CHOOSE FROM A WIDE SELECTION OF STYLES AND FABRICS FROM OUR COAT DEPARTMENT, MAIN FLOOR TAKE ADVANTAGE OF OUR CONVENIENT LAYAWAY PLAN. $2 00 WILL HOLD THE COAT OF YOUR CHOICE UNTIL OCTOBER FIRST. Coats by SMITHLINE EXCLUSIVELY OURS IN SALEM— KASHARA, THE FABRIC OF 30% LUSCIOUS CASHMERE and 70% LONG LIVED VIRGIN WOOL THE LUXURIOUS, WEIGHTLESS BLEND THAT TAKES TO EVERY CLIMATE TRAVELS ANYWHERE FOR YEAR AROUND COMFORT. MISSES SIZES and BRIEF SIZES 6-18 FUR TRIMS 119.00 FUTURE BRIGHT, FASHION RIGHT COLORS Nude, Brown, Bamboo, Rose Beige, Navy, Newport Blue, Turquoise, Black, Red and Many Others. IN IMPORTED LABRADO TWEED a coat Different In This Graceful Sweep of Delightfully edged in Luxurious braid and proudly carrying one of the most beautiful b«g collars you have ever seen. Colors— Crater Taupe, Cinder Grey. Sizes 6-16. 49.98 100% WOOL TWEED Car Coat Pile lining for warmth and com­ fort. Lovely double breasted style. SIZES — 10 • 18 Blue-Black Tweed _ Black-White Tweed 25.00 OTHERS 10.98 - 25 00 CAMEL HAIR BLEND Boy Coats The Classic Boy Coat of 25% camel hair and 75% wool. Double breasted, stitched la- pels and cuifs and large pock­ ig* ets. COLORS — Camel. Navy, Red, Black and also the Beautiful Black W’atch Plaid. SIZES 5-15 and 16-18 28.00 Others to 58.00

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