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   Portsmouth Times (Newspaper) - February 21, 1956, Portsmouth, Ohio                                XXX FOXTSMOCTK TIMES. rOKTSXOCT1. II The U.S. Flag PHS Students Dial 2-2111 L_ T___I _ 1 WAA I On Tte Local Service The 'Army Amy We, KwcB G. whoM wife, livei on Otway Ttt. 1, ii member of the Ordnance BatUKon, pan ol the U.S. European Comrmmi- ettkms ZOM in France. Commu- nications Zone units major U.S. aupply installations and depots in! France and transport men andi See BUSINESS SERVICE KETUtS JUSINESS SEHVICE BCtUHNC. OOXTsMCTOW EMPLOYMENT Force Bnee MeCkcM. his home with a nuphenr. Junior! Younr of Minford Rt I. joined j the Air Force recently. He nowj PT. wk. In Pantomime By LAMY PBS Bcpvter Porisnioaith Hijh School students] Portsmouth Times Want Ads LOCAL Ut BAXB3 x. stationed at Lackland Air Force j jot a paatnmine preview Monday jjf Xotar j BRUSH ELECTRIC In. veni Par cr Xiaai. jiroe xAxix rr, rS IT. _ SERVICE. P. 7-43R. BuHdcnaj; Grading -i ROY Base at San Antosio, Tex. j of scenes cnnoected with Revelers" Oerlla. wm Mi. Emnupljy Traitor" to be presetted! 5 tug IBM St. and Frieaj- at 8: li abort rain (or eeuau-ullit may anltnd tor utd caBottDto rwoRv Ckarvft ia BiAdc for the of ad aeinalrjr at COB- Eecrrir Shop ssoter. ira EOT: HCwAT, ttis yoe SwiW rice.. U.S. Laundry yecr iw MEAT CUTTING WAXllCD local firm. 053- CM) WASHER azTtlnie. o? S. JltTSird SC KL 1OOFING. SXDDtC March 1954 training at he Army Notre Dame High School. and completed Knox, Ky. Hoffer arrived in Ilurope in October of Kardsn. by Revelers' meniberx and v21! be available at the bix oJScei each night o! the show. j The paiitooiine skits of the playi Pfc. James C. Shaw, U, MB eijhad Ann Whitlatch ax narrator. r. and Mrs. Williarn 0. Shaw also authored roc PLACING. WA.VT Office Boors ajk. to int i p.m HALL'S ELECTRIC Pi. Sc. :tc soonxc CTOKM OOOKS aad CANVAS. ALCSHSCX riBEXCLASS A'corfcv Seaman, Ohio, recently was Krad-istrer.es. At the close ci! the skits, i CEUI day Etfwri E. DeAl PeAOcy. SEWING MACHINES VEXEES CORNETT CONSTRUCTION ss. CO. J-MI1 uated from the m Corps Non-Com- 1 missioned Officer Academy at Ft. the characters were introduced to! the audience by Marty Click, who recruit enlisted _ IHood, Tex. A clerk in Company Iserved as master of ceremonies for i. EOftme Smith, neamanjB of the 4th Armored Division'si the assemblies of Oak Hill Ht. 4. whoj 126th Ordnance Battalion. Shawl in the Navy at Ports- The first skit in the preview tea- ANNOUNCEMENTS niouth Tuesday has started cruit training at Bainbridgc. Md. Jamei Elxa Royce, ton of Mr. Army m March 19SS and completed and Mrs. Thomas J. Royce of Dry Hun, has completed Na'O' Medi- cal Corps School at Bainbridge, Md., and has been transferred to 'the naval hospital at Bethcsda, Md. A brother, Leon Vcrnon Royce, has returned to ship. received instruction in leadership turcd the Navy's connrctioa with F of urjts, map reading and other military subjects. He entered the basic training at Camp Chafec, Ark. Shaw attended -.he Ohio Me- chanic Institute in Cincinnati prior to entering the Army, the play and'included Dave Horr, j George Jim Jones, But.ch j Wainstcin, John Johnsod, Jim Wil- hclm, Dick Schisler, Phil Keyes. Casey Blood and Tom Browne. The second and the fourth skits portrayed-romantic situations. They! M. 17. is. til. Si 65. not called a 41 -C Replies 30 daya 18 JOS. SO'JXD PROJECTOR JVnd rcaL Phong JiJST. Lt. Charlei L. ton of Mr. included Terry Taylor, Clarol Gara- and.Mrs. A. Dunklc King of Boyd, Karlene Daehler! ton, has been discharged from the and Jeanette Hollinj. third skit showed the scien-! PLAN NOW TO ATTEN-D ATLAS FASHIONS- SPRING STYIO; SHOW at Portsmouth Hjjb School Auditor- ium on Thursday, Marea 1st. Your; TVe Sen-Ice and Rrpxir an rr-idtei and Ow tm'f ii AVTT-c-n or JactDry Trainee charjcs, -VECCA-ELNA SEWING dKdJI T3S ThlrtJ PLCMBIXG. BEATON; YOU PARTICULAR ABOUT TOUR DRESS WE TAKE PRIDE KOUR COLEMAN r-ar-e. Mpadcv Cnr.trol. Trr- DOES YOUR NEED REPAIRING IF so CALL McGAHN SONS GLENN'S PLTJMBIKG CO. AND OUR ABlim' TO OUR MOST brscEamf AUNG Tsiy'ui'oxcE ECHO CLIEANERS IITO irih St. Phor.e Appliance 1510 lite S. Phone 5-TSa- per hris !or si fooun. IA EAIUO-TV REPAUtS the. USS Chewaucan at Air Force after serving two The third skit showed the Va., after leave with home I Following a visit witti his parents, or "brains" in east and ravitn Camera ie  8t loiki. He b quartermaster cm the j he will go to South Eend, Ind...tojthcir troubles over loyalty qucs-J LAWNMOWERS which recently returned from resume his work the Ted Cooper and Billj M repaired by Boyd were the actors in this skit. John Glass, the Revellers' spon-j tour of duty in the Eend Tackle Co. an. Clinton D. Craddolph, >on nf Mr. Robert A. Simon, ton of Mr. and Mri. Louu A. Simon of SciotoviHe Jit. 4 is a recent graduate from recruit training at the Naval Train- ing Great Lakes. Donald L. Elliott, teaman, of Mrs. Easter P. Hcnson, 640 Sixth St., arrived at San DieKo. Calif., aboard the destroyer USS Brinkley Bass after a six-month cruise }n the Far East. While in the Far East, the Brinkley Bass operated as a unit of Task Force 77 and participated in hunter-killer exercises. Ports of call included Hong Kong; Subic Bay and Manila, P. I.; Yokosuka, Kobe, Nagoya and Atami, Japan; and Kiohsiung, Formosa. and Mrs. Chester Craddolph of Oak Hill Rt. 4, has completed basic training at Great Lakes Training Center in Illinois. Ronald C. Satlerfleld, ion of Mrs. Rose Satterficld of West Un- ion RL 2 is a recent graduate from recruit training at Great Lakes. John R. Quick, airman In the Navy, son of Mr. and Mrs. Napo- leon Quick, 518 E. Sixth St., Man- chester, Ohio, has returned to San Diego, Calif., aboard the escort aircraft carrier USS Point- Cruz after completing a six-month cruise in the Western Pacific. The Point Cruz, while engaged in anti-sub- marine warfare training, steamed machine. Briui and Clinton Service. i JOHNSON'S GARAGE sor, is directing the show, Woukjuss jacioonAve. Ph. Call Piroinp: i I'OS TKE BEST UEWK TV AND S.UJTQ SERVICE JC78 Gallia. Boyton______ BARBER APPLIANCE Hajlio and XV Service 57JO Callia St. Phone Sc. S3 West Portsmouth TV ]329 Galena Pike Wen Portsmouth (MI GENERAL ELECTRIC DEALER and; "The i Cainc Mutiny" and "M it r j o r i e Morningstar." Shooters Here In State Meet Phyl York To Defend Her Championship On the home range Interest con- tinues to mount in the smallbore marksmanship program. Four ses- sions each week are licing con- through the North Pacific, East ducted in the YMCA West End Jerry I. Lilt, icimui apprentice China Sea, the. Philippine Sea and Outpost. Especially in Ihe senior of Mr. and Mrs. List, 2134 Grandview Hugh Ave., E. 14-day leave with his parents. List completed his re- cruit training at Great Lakes. Upon completion of his leave hej will report to the U. S. Naval Receiving Station, San Francisco for further assignment. List is a former resident of Adams County. Staeey Vulgamore, airman In the Navy, son of Mr. and Mrs, Earl Vulgamore of Lucasville Rt 2, is spending a leave with his parents, Airman Vulgamore was enlisted the Formosa Straits. The carrier visited the ports of Yokosuka and Sasebo, Japan: Buckncr Bay, Oki- nawa; and Hong Kong, B.C.C. Pacific Fleet (FHTNC) I Donald Wclls. ton, has reported for duty aboard the Pacific Fleet ship USS Norton guided Sound. missile Before entering the Navy in September 1D55, he attended Hamden High School. REST HOME Has 2 private rooms available. ______ Phone Bos. 557________ AAA wrecker or mechanical service in Portsmouth area Dial 3-.1141 Portsmouth Motor or 2-3697 Glockner Chevrolet. Monument Markers. Low PORTSMOUTH MONUMENT CO. Ph. 2-8631 1617 Offniire St. SOCIAL, SECURITY CARD L D. cards, photorraphu sealed in uc. Me. Jordan Stiaiio, Bth. PLEASANT surroundingj., 24-hr. JJura- care for azed and Call William Frnzure. HIVERV1EW MANOR St. Rt. 104 Ph. LU.IKI SW1 day AID every and Saturday. Free heannf tfit and hcarinc aid Inspection. Garh'< Jewelry MI GaUia (for- merly Zoellner Jewelry Co.) division shooters there has been a marked increase in attendance.' Five teams zre firing in the Portsmouth Area League with the "White captained by Earl White well out in front so far in the standings. E. M. Farris is man- ager of the league with Ilarl White as statistical officer. In the NRA Eegistereil League, firing on a handicap scoring sys- tem, the "Pro's" of Phyl York are leading the way with Gerry Hartlage's "Wumps" ms.king it a TERRIFIC FOR TRAFFIC. Glaio coaled linoleum can really take the wear. Ends u-axinf. firaRdon'f Base- ment. WATCH REPAIRING Quick service. All.work Morgan Bros. Jewelers 734 3th St. Ph. 2-40111 2 LODGE Ml- 'INGS Boy A. Wright, son ef Mr- race. For individual honors at Portsmouth and received his Class "P" School of Norman, Okla., and the Aerographer's Mate School, Lakehurst, N. J. After graduation from Vail c.y High School Airman Vulgamore enlisted I Mrs. E. F. Wright, and husband of the former Miss Joann A. Chan- nell of Jackson Rt. 4 has com- pleted recruit training at Great Lakes. The nine-wc'iks of "Boot Camp" included drill and instruc- tion -in seamanship, gunnery, life saving, sea survival, boat hand- ling, and the use of .small arms. under the Navy's High School Pro- fram which guarantcrd at- tending a service school. Upon completion of leave Vulga- rnore will report to the Fleet Weather Center, Sian Diego, Calif, RoniM C. SatterHeld. Seaman apprentice, son of Mrs, Rose Sat- terfield of West Union Rt. 2, has Foster has completed his recruit training at largest sheriff's sale of real s- Great Lakes and is spending a'tntc ever reported in southern Sheriff Makes Record Sale Of Pike Co. Farm WAVERLY. Ohio-Sheriff Jesse concluded one of the 14-dcy leave at home. Upon com- pletion of Ms leave Sattcrfield will report to the U. S. Naval Receiv- ing Station, -San Francisco, for further assignemnt to the Heavy Cruiser, USS St. Paul for duty. Richard D. KUtch, son of Mr. and Mrs. Herman C. Klitch, 1613 Grandview and husband of the former Miss Joan M. Smith ot Columbus Charles L. Monta- von, ison of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Mohtavon of Portsmouth Rt. 1: Ohio. To settle an estate the sheriff sold at public auction the Moore farm, containing1 628 seres. Most of the farm is in Wavcrly limits, ale.ng Route 335. Mrs. Florence Ambrustcr ot Cin- cinnati, daughter of the late. Stull Moore, purchased the farm, known ns the Charles Moore place, for Harry Weaver, a Piketon farm- er, bought the farm, known as the John A. Duschinski, son of Mr. i James Moore place, for S45.300. and Mrs. Howard Dusclnnski, 1301 Harry Vatltry, Waverly automo- McConncll and husband of the former Miss Margie A. Hays, 1654 Jackson St., and Jerry L. List non of Mr. and Mrs, Hugh E. List, bile dealer, bought the farm occu- pied by Homer McNeal. for The property sold for nnd was appraised at a hot race is being waged between York, George Randall, Earl White and Hayes Wilcox. York was high, last week with a 384x400, Randall second with 381, White was third with 380, Wilcox trailed with 379. Interest 'this week will be cen- tered on the Ohio State champion- j ship matches being fired in Co-1R lumbus Saturday and These individual matches! will attended by George Randall, Phyl York, Earl White and Carl Horn ot the Scioto Smallbore Club, The Trojans will have Hayes Wilcox, John Kennedy, Lowell R a i s o n, Paula Chapman, Shirley Cooper and. Ruth Ann Mussetter on the firing line. Phyl York will be de- fending her W o m e n's Champion- ship while Hayes Wilcox is expect- ed to make a strong bid for the Junior Championship. SHR1NERS ATTENTION Meeting Tuesday. Feb. 21 at Cameo ResUurant In- ztallation of So- cial hour, ff-7 p.m. Meet- inf 7 p.m. All Shrinen requested to t< SPECIAL MEETING Lucas- ville Lodge No. 453, F. and A M, Thurs., Feb. 23 at 7 p m. Work E. A. degree. GOOD PLACES TO EAT VILLAGE GRILL MINFORD. 0. 9 A.M. TO 9 F.M. Hcnrj- mid Co._____ NEW pay :or KIT best In You Jet the bcu. when you call Benner BmUven and HeaEns. IM4 Kohin- Ayr. Day or night phone til MARTO1 PLUMBING CO Dial 1S31 GaKa VOGUE 50c rick va FARM AND uvBTOc IT FARM D.UKT PROMXTH rleaninc ind curtiiji and Call WHITE'S LAUNDRY -----KALB BABY anew you lading. KfflNf Too MUUtM w Your SALES ANI) LAUXT.IRY ccnS. ;vam. trpalrtRjr. K_. vrrttc-al j Phone (S-C41 Old Scicm Trail i ___ (Automatic Water Heaters Up. BOLOTTA and WEST ELECTS1C vnTTTT 4 Radio-TV actf Service .BJJWAhJJ ljULiiCrk. L.U. St.____________Phone 4-lgl PLUMBING HEATING ACME TV SERVICE A1K AUTHORIZED DEALEW IN MOTOROLA SALES AND SERVICE Tel'cvialon. Home aad A-jlo Radioa Prompt All Make] 1137 O'.lntTr Our Sprclalty Phone Chillicothe St. Piiane MITCHELL HEATING Air theel metal. Er- A..M.C. RADIO CLINIC TV RADIO SERVICE ____ 20.11 Callia St._______Phone 3WH j FOR" pert controli. 7-2233 on ca. our TV iret Ticeds adjustment or repairs. we do the lob richt. E. T. Nunemafcer. 1320 25H Gallia. Ph. S-1041. FURNACE SANITARILY CLEANED Pipes and ciuct equal to a hidden room In your home. Let us clean It this ypnnR while you clean the rest of your home. Why only do It half way? Reasonable prices. Save by" placing order nov.1 for work in spnnc. World's largest vacuum clrancr. Call row. HOLLAND FUR- NACE CO. phone 2-5131, rdirht, 4-flU4. ____ RAY'S TV SERVICE 1M1 ElKhth St._________Phonj- 1J581 Major Appliance. Air Sales. Service United Television South Shore, Ky. Phone T-BCT1 MOTOROLA Radios. Television, Phonocraph COMER E. MOORE GRANT and HTJTCHINS 9 MISCELLANEOUS SERVICES RESTFUL retreat for a bite to eat. Stop here for a quirt restful lunch. You'll like our food. STONE PIPE INN term's Curve. Rt. 23, Mile North SANITARY CLEANING Septic taclu. eeispooli. outsldt vaulta. Piswer eauiomcBL W.P. 9528. Cir- got Candidate 'Scooped' On Own Candidacy HAZARD, Ky. (Jl-Former cuit Judge S. M. Ward "scooped1 by the Associated Press. 'HE said he didn't know he was a candidate, 'for judge of the state court of appeals until he read an A..P. dispatch from Frankfort Unjt him as a candidate. He surmised thnt friends signed his declaration papers and sent YOU'LL enjoy TOUT noonday lunch al CAMEO, 839 GALLIA Gene And Dave's Window Cleaning Co. Complete Janitor Work Phone 5-9793 YOU Trading Stamrn on Water Heaters and Furnace Clean- JnK AUTOMATIC CAS WATER HEATERS SW..13 UP. MODERN HEATING CO. 3rd St. Phone FURNACES repaired all makes. For sen-ice day or nicht. Ph. 6-3201. RAGAN HEATING TAILORING nRKSSMAKINtv RALPH LEG'LER Men's Custom- Tailorinn 1103 Gallia Alteration Scwinn, mendins and repair. Bronson. 833 7th. Ph. 4-1S21. Mrs. 14 HAUtING t STORAGE WHEN Call North Amer. CAGO, lean Van Lines. Accnt. Portsmouth p L U g Moving and Storace. On your TV. 3rd and Gny. Phone 3-8781. -r WE STORE YOUR Household GoodI CREDIT MANAGER. Reasonable Rites Sun Tlirm On Knr PURINA CHICK GROWENA WRIGHT HATCHERIES O. KM! O, WOOL PRESSEK be !Mprr SJjrtJna. No other j Ehlrta. In to William American Sttam Laundry. 10 Glovrr to W to cam lor woman and 3 chllrirrn. >i: week and! room and board. 6 dayx Stemhauer. StOTe Hill. Fullrrlon, Ky. j m and actual Iww Punna Suprr Clucfc pauei biandi X, V Z. onstraUon now voint ln w1' room window. Order la> WOMAN TO car. for 2 One school Incuirf Rhodci Avi., New Llojlon 3 p.m. I COAL ?k-. I FEED SUFFUKft M JaoVy wanti-d to live In home. LlfM and help care for 2 children, one school Full or Ume. S540 Scwto Trail. Phone 7-SKn. Office Girl Winted (or in intrrcsllnjr poii- Uon with one ot PcirUinouth'a Shorthand and S work wctlc. worklnf conditions. high school Write Box H-45 of full quallficatjon, AH re- plies kept strictly confldrntfal. CATALOG Store Manager Aldens, Nationally Known Mail Order Company, soon To Open A Catalog Order Store In Portsmouth. .If You: ENJOY MEETING THE PUBLIC HAVE SALES OR CREDIT EXPERIENCE ARE A RESPONSIBLE WOMAN, AGE 25 TO 45 WILL TRAIN 4 WEEKS IN CHI- ttOOD MlXKr MAY PRICED HKASONABLX PHONIC: VITALm' POG FEED an day laympr HAPSHA CO. St. Ph. IJttl hay. _.. tied. Large house. Rent Blake, end Moorr'i Lane. RED ROSE AND ARCADY FEED Custom Grinding. Kudnf. RAMEY FEED rirrr.in' 1001 Kendall ph. Mttl urf. O. Fh. So.. BALED TON 5ee May Humphrey. Raven Rack Port after p.m or Ph. 1-tMt __rturinc day before 4 p.m. HONECERS Ferd. {arm baby chicks. In today. GRANT MALONE Lucmvljlc. p.________Ph. Lui-ai 1M1 fiALES OF jrren cured hay. Sw J. A. StocXdaJa, O. or_pall Sc. FARM EQUIPMENT CO. Will Voy your All Wnda. PhoM W. Pertn.. on Route Tj. (USED CHAIN SAWS AND T.vlor Lumber 2't mlla> WM! of Country duo. Rt." Weit Portsmouth MW. 13. AT OUR EXPENSE SALARY. YOU MAY QUALIFY FOR MANAGER OR STEAKS, CHICKEN ARE BEST AT ELM'S RESAURANT. Piketon Open from 4 p.m. to 12 a.m. FAMILY DINNERS >t Peerless Restaurant, 1143 Gallia. FOOD AT ITS BEST EAT AT HELEN'S LUNCH 718 JOHN STREET FOR THE BEST CHOCOLATE SODAS in Southern Ohio! Come to Piketon or Lucasville Druif. THE BEST EATS IN in try "em yourself. We open at 1 a.m for breakfast. LOWE'S RECREATION CENTER 906 Gallin St. Portsmouth nuts popcorn, candles and refreshing drinks a1 Morton's Nut Shop. 717 Chillicothe. HAMBURGER "Carry Out" open 7 days per week. Lay-Z-Boy Shop, South Shore. Ky. Ph 7-7283. You'll -love Karmclkorn KARMELKORN SHOP Chillicothe_________ Ph. '8-8M1 S134 Grandview Ave, have com-1 The title of the partition suit pleted basic training at Great i was James H. Moore Jr., vs. ir- Lakcs. The nine weeks of "Boot Patterson Bailey ct al. Camp" include drill and instruc- Stock Resealed tion in seamanship, gunnery. Wc saving, sea survival, boat and use of small arms. Following A f fiuf two weeks' leave, graduates will O be assigned to shipboard duties or i Representatives of the b t a t e service schools depending on the I Liquor Department enforcement qualifications each has demon- j division here were called out over gtrated. jthe w.cekend to reseal Pat's Cafe William E. Kammerrr, son of Mr. and Mrs. George Kammerer of Euena Vista, has been appointed platoon leader of his recruit com- pany at the Great Lakes Naval Training Center. As a recruit pet- ty officer he will wear a minin- at 225 Second St. The stock was sealed by state agents because of a seven-day li- cense suspension now in effect. Forced closing of the business place did not prevent a burglar from making a collection of beer, STORIFF'S SALE OF REAL ESTATE Statt ol Ohio. Scioto Connty. >o. Inc. HaintiH United Mercantile Agency. ture rating insigne as a badge ofi authority during the remainder of wine and whisky to "wet his whis- his nine weeks of "Boot Camp." The Air Force AlnniB I C. Donald L. Conklla, gon of. Mr. and Mrs. Donald Conk- lin, 3618 Third St, SciotoviUc, A side window was broken and entrance was gained despite- the fact a large refrigerator was close to the window. The entry indicated a small person entered the place. He left by the front door. Police has been graduated from the Ra-i discovered the front door open and dar and Electronic School at Kces-1 called the state agents to rcseal ler jKir Fovce Base in Biloxi, Miss, i the place. Airnmn Conklin is spendips a dcy Curlough at the home of his gQy Dinner parents before reporting for his new assignment with the 56th Planned At reeblCS Squadron at Wright-Pat- terson AFB in Dayton. He" entered the Air Force in January 1955 and completed his basic training at Sampson AFB in New York. The Marines Sft Lee T. Bird, ton of Mrs. Elizabeth McCann of Minford area, has rienlteted in the Marines and has teen transferred from Camp Pendlston, Calif., to San Diego, PEEBLES, Ohio Lieut. Gov. John W. Brown will be guest speaker at the annual Adams Dis- trict Boy Scout pot luck dinner Thursday at p.m. in Peebles High School gym. The opening ceremony will be presented by Troop 66 of Peebles directed by Scoutmaster Tom Snider. The remainder of the pro- gram will consist of giving unit awards and reading the district Calif. Sgt Bird who served four report. Troop 45 of Seaman direct- yean, is completing a course in Jed by Scoutmaster Robert Lohse titctronici. will close the affair. John Garrrtt and in pursuance of an Order ol Sale in execution in the above entitled I will offer for sale at public auction, at tie door of the Court House in Portsmouth. OWo In above named County, on Friday, the "thdai- of March 1956, at clock P.M. the followlns described real estate, situate in the Count" Scioto and State of Ohio, and in the Cttj of Portsmouth and Porter Township TRACT ISO. No. 27 In tee North Moreland Addition in the City of Portsinciuth. Sciolo Coi-jity, Ohio, and known as No. 175S VtZsy Street, Portsraouth. Ohio. TRACT NO. 2-Lot No. 3. In the Johnson Second Addition to the City of Portsmouth, Scioto County, OWo, and known as No. 3015 and No. 3017 Scioto Trail Portsmouth, Ohio. The intersecting streets North of said lands are West Rulilman and Ruhlman Avenues In the City East oJ Portsmouth, Ohio, and the Intersect ing itreets South rf said lands are Coles Boulevard and 30th Street In the City of Portsmouth. Ohio. EAT AT VAUGHN'S Convenient to downtown. Ask for our shopper special. _________747 2nd at Bridge 4 SPECIAL NEXT TERM STARTS March 1st Portsmouth Interstate Business College. Phone I-B871. FLO WEES FLO'WERS FOR ALL OCCASIONS KNOST FLORAL CO. 1229 17th St Phone 2-S5S1 PLANTS, cut flowers. Call Smittj-. SO. SHORE FLORAL SHOP So Shore. K.V.___________Ph. 7-7121 HOMES WTNDEL ROWLAND FUNERAL ROUE R. E. SWEARINGIN. Manafer Phone 3-4111__________ Day or Nlnht FREEMAN FUNERAL ambuJance service call W. Ports. 3339 Otway. Ohio F.C Daehler MORTUARY CO. G. W. MKT. Ph. 2-9341____________915 9th St Emrick Funeral Home Ralph F. Scott Donald R. WoUe Dial 2-1811 day or night SERVICE ON BRIGGS STRATTON CLINTON and LAWNBOY saaollne enirines. HUNTER'S BICYCLE LOCK SHOP 1552 Gallia St. Phone 6-6884 lick's Furniture 2-0321 j 10 BUILDING. CONTRACTING COMPLETE BUILDING. ALL TYPES RES1 DENTIAL, COMMERCIAL JOBS. N'o job too small or too larffa, C A. YEAGER 1143 10th Phone 1-2911 Building Contractor RICHARD A. BROWN Stockham Addition w. Ports. Ph. 5125 HAULING WARNER WALL CO. LIGHT ANE HEAVY Dial 3-1711 li PAPERHANGING. PAINTERS AT CARROLL'S WALLPAPER 1-3 OFF 540 2nd St. ___Phone 2-87HI PAINTING AND Reasonable pnce5. d-YDE W Portsmouth Rt. 3. Work guaranteed. MANLEY Ph. 7-51M A-l BLOCK repairs. Concrete floors and sidewalks. E. Blcvins. 2020 Fifth. Ph. 5-28811. BUTLDING. tldinj. remodelini and repair. Phone Bos. Z32-J. Cux.a Jor- dan. FLOOR SANDING All anteed- C D. Haney. Ph. Sdolo 929-P If no answer call 7-4019. CHIMNEY plaster repair. Phone Scioto 117-W-. BLOCK LAYING CEMENT WORK Reasonable OLIVER J. LAWSON, Sctolo 1142-X tanks, etc. dlKCinf with sraall backhoe, S7 per hour. Peter McManus. Botton 839-L. Eden Park. Rt. WE BUIT.n, quality home. All Wmls of construction and repairing. HERBERT CHURCH RubNiille Ph. Bos. 702-G WALL REMOVED by STEAM No Muss. No Fuss. F. C. Frou-ine Phone Scioto 103.1-Y ABBOTT PAINT CO. PAPER SPREAD SATIN 741 Second St. Phone Home of B-est P-alnt S-old MANLEY PALST STORE ENJOY THESE BENEFITS: FREE INSURANCE, 20% DISCOUNT, PAID VACATION, LIBERAL SALARY JOB SECURITY. PLEASANT WORK: APPLY AT THE OHIO STATE EMPLOYMENT SERVICE 816 4TH ST. PORTSMOUTH, OHIO ALLIS CHALMERS Snlei and See for A Good Tractor WILLIAMS IMPLEMErfT SALM EXPERIENCED wailrcss wanted Good working condjdnns. Sundays off. Apply in person. iBOfi Chlilicothe. 13SO Galllii St ______________________Phone 3-Mil PAU.TINC! And carpenter work wanted. Reasonable Work (niaranteed. Estimates Irce. Phone Coebcl Pncc. M7D8. Wallpaper Steaming JACK HANSBOTTOM Phone 7-0127 Bob Twaddle, Painter _______So. Shore. Ky. 11 UPHOLSTERERS, FINISHERS BOLOTTA and WEST ELECTRIC CO. INDUSTRIAL HOME WmiNG. FREE EST13.WTE3. 908 Sth St. Phor.e 4-1291 AAA Exterminating Co. 1805 Jackson 2.7108 FIBERGLASS HOME INSULATION For Better Heat Control. Downey Insulation Co. !22S Sterling Are. Ph. Boston 123-W DRAPES >ar tlip covers. Made to or- der. Guaranteed aatjsfactlon. Plus low cost. Ph. St. 128-X. Hanrod s Upholstery EXPERT WORK 121 Washington St Ph. 7-1474 FORMER BLEVINS Now operated by ARTISTIC UP- HOLSTERY. Mr. RucrJe. CaH (or free eiUmalr. 504 Court Ph. to cure for 2 bovi. 2 and 4 years. motfier Stay rlthli, Th. Sc. M8-Y after 6 p.m. GIRL FOR GENERAL office and Ktenocraphic work, in to 30 yean of ace. Permanent Apply in person. .921 Gallia St.____________ J2 WANTED Unusual Opportunity For Salesman Who want to make a Kood Call Portsmouth. Ohio 3-3221 lor ap- poir.tmcit. Prosrjert will be Inter- viewed Tuesdny. Frbnury 21rt at Hotel Harth from 2 p.m. uuUI 7 Ask for Mr. Flora. This not a door to door aalu lob. South Shore, Ky. Phone T-W1 CUNNING iMpCESTENT CO. Farmall Sain and "International Harvtitrr DeaJaf 9Ui_at_Court___________Phone you buy a tractor in 19M, cure It has; 1. Automatic tractor bootten, 2. Snap coupler hitch. 3. Power uhlft rear wheela. Two clutch nower control, rlua 4 PLOV POWER Add 'im up and jrou'll Alliu Chalmer WW5. Nn other trac- tor ha< al the abovt Listen Motor Sales We What We Sell Ph. W.P. 33311___ Otway. CJila. ONE a row Iron AO planter. EicrllKt rondlltor.. W. F. Hardin Ph. 7-6822 FARM EQUIPMENT AT LOW PRICES John Deere B (factor Used Oliver 70 tractor Oliver 60 tractor Uied Oliver 77 tractor Used Mauia Harris 4t traelor, Ujcd Harrla Pony Traeiar used feed grinder John tractor manure loader. cultlpacker, tractor ploir aild harrow. Used hay baler. Used Hammer mill. DRUMMOND TSTPLEMZNT STOftE OLIVEll AJtD JOHN DEZRZ MASSEY-HAJIRH FARM MACHtrfERlf 834 St.__________Phone MTU si walks, porches, Free Umate. Gordon ic Aeh Construction Co. BI Robinson Ave. Ph. 6-5171. 6-92S3 FOR EXPERT MASONRY AND CE- MENT WORK Call 5-5422. James Grimm. No. 8 Wiiller St. BLOCK, bricX work, ddewaiXs. warm, floors. Reasonable Ed- die Mnllln.1. Ph. 3132. McKINLEY FUNERAL Home. Lticasvllle. Ph. 2481 LOST AND fOlTND Addiocn In Porter ship. Scioto Ohio. Said Located at 1st tract Valley St. North Moreland; 2nd 3015 and 3017 Scioto Trail; 3rd West Ruhlman 4th Shela Blvd., J lots east cf Wilson. Said Premises Appraised at 1st 2nd Srd 4th 000.00 and cannot' be sold far less than two-thirds of that amount The above described premises are beinc sold to tatiliy the judpnent of the Plaintiff In the amount of plus interest and costs. TERMS OF SALE: Cash BURL E. JUSTICE, Sheriff Scioto County, O. John AJdeJi StaWer. Attorney. .7. 14. SI, 28; and 7th St. i B tin case. Ph. ol Portsmoath. Scioto Counfr. Ohio. and 7th St. Chillicothe. If the intersecting street East of said lands is Scioto Trail, Ports- mouth. Ohio, and the intersecting street or highway West ot lands is the right of way of the Norfolk ft Western Railway in the City of Portsmouth, Ohio, Said land being located on West Ruhlman Avenue. Portsmouth, Ohio. TRACT NO. No. 3 in.the Scl- letter BUSINESS SERVICE APPLIANCE KEPAIBS ALL TYPES Electrical Appliance Repairing Done VALLEY APPUANCE REPAIR CENTER ST.. LUCASVILLE La. Z2t3 BRADrE CONLEY West End Electric .Electric ContractiBfr Bttty 714 Repaln. St. Phone W1U Repairs. Dependable service 1933. He New Appliance Co. Sll-Znd St. Ph. S-9151 Electric Motor Repair CENTRAL ELECTRIC CO. llth St. Phont X-MT1 Bulldozing STEVENS AND WOODWORTH Rt 2. Box 474. SciotoviUe Ph. Sc. Construction Work ALL TYPES CALL US FOR ESTIMATES GEORGE SUTER CO. 1617 Chillicothe Phone PARLOR (rom ti up. Ua. Colt! waves uu. i3ss Gal- Phone Bos. 78. PERMANKNTS AND COLD WAVES Polly Prim Beauty Shop Chiflicolhe St Phone 5-wn ROBERTS BEAUTY SALON-HAIR STYLIST Hurth Hotel Phone 4-1S51 COSMETICS Tor that more youthful cornpleadcn. Merle Norman Cosmetic Studio. 734 5th SL Phone S-30I1 FOR THE BEST PERMANENT It'a tie Btattty Nook. 1117 Ninth SL Phone 2-3111. Soil Shrcbbery Trtmmine. J. D. TRUMAN. :i09_6th_SU Individual hair cutting and styluif. MODERN BFAUTY SALON 705 Fourth SL Phone WE ARE EOUTPPED AND QUALIFIED FOR ALL TYPES OF1 ASPHALT AND CONCRETE PAVING GRADING AND EXCAVATION WORK RENTAL OF CONSTRUCTION EQUIPMENT And Sale CORRUGATED CULVERT PIPE PAVING CORP. "RUBY" up to date atyliac. Spedallzxnjc in the natural look. Jonc cold wm. Phorw 3-333L 1537 Gallia St. INCOME TAX Bookkcpiax and coBection service, i VIRGIE L. CtSE_._17SS Uth St.__j KOGER JACOP.-Puiibc ...Ucoimtant.) 20 years tax VIS Masorac Phone 3-5837. SALESMAN, U.S. Com- pany will train and finance man with averaKc Ictelllience and ambi- tion for and aervice work In Greenup and Scioto counties. Guar- antee plus expenses al- ready established. For personal In- terview write Box H. M of TV TECHNICIAN Fairly experienced. Dave Trltz. Phone 5-7451 watch rnaker Interested In food permanent em- ployment. Must write Box care Times. ASSISTANT Ferguson "35" Trade-Ins 1951 FORD tractor, extra elean. recap, tirr.. IWJ.down. K25J7 per month. 1M3 FORD tractor. paint. Good tires. Ready to jo, 1141 down. IZS per month. JM5 OLIVER New power Mi. Lliltts ud atartaf. 1493, IM down. per month. :NEW FERGUSOS Pony with llihts. starter, and hydraulic. 11160. now down. per month, FOR the best feiir cut. in town Clarence Adaais. OStcy Darr.eE. Modern Barbtr Shop. 207 Chillicothe. It CLEANING. LAUNDERING Ohio QUICK CLEANING One daj- cerdee. Sead coats ti reBned. Phone J-5241. 414 Slnton. CONTRACTORS St. Phone 5-7M1 Service On NU-WAY CLEANERS B14 Gaflla Pbone Hale's Home Laundry 3931 Hhoiei Ave. Ph. Bos. 1S-H Career opjwrtanitles available, in cf onr branches In Ohio j and Ky. in mm ?7..T7 Hill-, ichocil or eoQcft education. Willincness to learn and pleasant personality essential Excellent op. portsruty to achieve percianent. nuccessful career vith iromrumer loan company. Good start- ulary. Liberal car allo-i-jncr. plus hoiplialiiatjon and lite Insurance. Annual bonus, vacations. rapid advancement for ambitious man aiptrlne to executive positions. For prompt Interview, phone M. Courtney. U5U or write Time Loan Co, tit Callia SL. Portsmouth, O. NEW JSEW IDKA t5 bushel er, on rubber. dovn. 111.75 per mocth. WAGNER IMPLEMSNT New Idea acd Feriruaon 3537 GalUa St. Phone Boa. Attention Farmers And Timbermen We nov have in flock new. sensational Lombard chain uwt. rxrth 20 and 24 lech tbc, alie Wricht power aaw that has been hlfhly advertised in all the faijn majcazines. Stop In ard look them over and rive then a 
                            

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