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   Zanesville Signal, The (Newspaper) - July 28, 1958, Zanesville, Ohio                               PAGE Ift-A THE ZANESVHX TUESDAY. AUGUST Pennyroyal Reunion Attracts Large Officers Named For Year Barnesville the Woodsfietd store. 0. annual Pennyroyal Fairview las TfcfciGenfral will be theirs. Donald Woodland and at the weekly Mrs. Olhe Rev from over tbe country. William The event will be held next Quaker Master year at the same time and place and Homer Benson of Barnes- Campbell. will be president of the Bethesda Rt. event. He promises to be present Russell Nalley. Annoch if -Walter E. Grey. Quaker Omer officers for next year Mrs Josepn SJes. f Dr. Charles Johnson of mont Rt. Master John Michae Chicago vice Mrs.'.Anderson. Bclmom games a Chester treasurer. iMasier Paul Gates Members d the executive William Burkhart. iem mittee Leia Carliperanceville. Shiple John Charles Shepherd. Kenneth Keylor. Howard Arnold. Barnesville gg-k Mrs Mv pprkiiis B WKk Orville president o f and dautfrter. joe. Ernest Graysville Rt. Kenneth Val- Mrs. ReedMc- Fraderick and Bealls- ville Ri. Mrs. Ross W. townAip and LITTLE schools on their visit here. The1 serious- A St. Clairfville-owned ren's Store on E. started here about a year wiD close .at the end of the month and the moved back to St Clairs- ville. That will make four empty storerooms on Main with one of the four reported soon to be rented. Park ________ Booster's club .members met at the American Legion Shelter House Monday evening. The members met with the new Robert W i o n and Ronald Easton of the school football team. combination pep meeting the band and members of is scheduled for n e x t hl Mr. and Mrs Eugene Mcuee. lormer iocai school is seriously ill the ReynoWsville coac a Dayton Hospital He had a bring his squad down for a removed a couple of years a g olcrimma8e with has been in the hospital are reported making good under E M E R S HEATING COOLING CO. PHONE GL W441 547 PUTNAM AVE in fundamentals 'the new trotting Anniversary owned by Walter Young of The lights at the city park will Sewellsville. had his best week of the year at the Monroe County fair at Woodsfield. He was second in a S500 race in both heats Fri- iday and was started Saturday in a 14 winning both heats. Slores Move ---------o-- thave an anniversary on Sept. L trustees wwe satisfied with the Isame figures tot year and the schooi budget was with I estimated receipts at The schools have additional ter- ritory this year for the first time in Somerset and Kiritwood town- ships. Local schools have an ismie on the fall ballot totaling f i mills with most of the levy consisting of a renewal of a present tax. j Crooksville Class Of '38 Has Reunion 0 llw claa of 1938 of the Crooteville high i schooi held their 2OCh reunion I Sunday. Due to the bad weather the picnic was moved from the shelter house to the basement of the Church of Christ. jhas been so much oonfunoa about wtut'a KOOOtt k might be wrth while to look Residents say it was Labor Day Door prizes were awarded to 1948 when the lights were turned Mr and Mrs EWon Mr on for the first time. An organiza- tion called The Park Lights As- sociation had been formed and .residents were solicited for aid. CLOSSMAN DRY CLEANERS MNISTRIIT PHONE Gl 3-3411 money has been fully re- i Riesbeck's Market on closed its doors 'evening at 6. TTie here foHthe organisation several is being moved to Woodsfield where the company is 'completing supermarket on Route 78 west. Bernard N. two is being ilBroadway. manager .of the -0____ _ kept busy raising money to keep the lights and baseball here going. No Trouble The budget committee had an easy time locally with the for the first time since a NEW way to heat your Virginia School Problem To Reach Climax Soon By LON K. SAVAGE likely open to in happen when Virginia next aaigned under the state Public Placement Act. h if ejffected the Negroes will be assigned to Ne- gro scfaoole although this would be in direct contradiction of the court order. situation. It's all right. It threat-j ent to clow several schools and pcwsiWy school systems. It ahnoat certainly will bring the state government into frwh con- flict with the federal government. There is tbe potential here for an- other Little although forces on all ides seem to be working feverishly behind the scenes to prevent that What's happened is that Arling- ton County in Washington's front yard and tht cities of Norfolk and Onrtottesvillft have ordered to desegregate schools when classes open in Sep- tember. They have exhausted peals from these orders. Chartottesville may attempt to get by with a new school district plan that would put a J Negro pu- pils in one district Norfolk and Chariottesville have Aeir own pupil placement plans under which Negro applicants will have to pass stiff entry require- ments. Negroes have challenged the validity of both assignment plans but they have so far been upheM by the courts. A new test of the Norfolk plan is due in fed- eral court this week. I Almond has described the Vir ginia case as Che gravest crisis since the Gvil War. and Mrs. Ovaries Jr and Stanley L. Dishon. The reunion in 195ft will be a dinner with tile follow ing members on the I Mrs. Richard Mrs. Chas. Jr. Mrs. Nick Mary Eleanor Louella Talbot and Robert Ice cream for the event was Has Laws Ekkm Lawrence. Jack furnished Queen. by the Local Dairy But under Virginia if any jwhite school accepts it be cosed under one of the state's taws. the other side is the kind of federal court order that led to the Army being sent to Little Rock fall. don't know what will Norfolk Superintendent Present Charles Guy But- New Mr. and Eldon Clawson and Larry and Jockeys Bill Hirtack and How. ard Grant art tntbuiitBtif owlers. JEAN MACLEAN Afttwwriic ScrtiM Service tkly limit OB Cafe Ktetordl BMt. GL W l-lt Planning Shower For Patient Miss Connie Marshall a patient in the Ohio Tuberculosis Hospital in Columbus will observe her birthday on Saturday. A card shower is being planned for her by her friends. She is in Room No. 225-B.____ TRY GUI NEW BCfttT GRINDING OF AU TYKS GRASS CLirrm-HCDGi ft WUNING SHEARS AU TYPES EDGE TOOLS-JOINTER IITS CIRCULAR SAW ILADES ________ REE CUSTOMER PARKING HOFFMAN'S LOT DIRECTLY AT THE REAR OF OUR STORE SWEITZER'S MAIN AT 7tfc PH. GL 2-2111 J. J. I don't know Mr. and Mrs. Roy McBrayer and Linda and Mr. and Mrs. Phillip Watts ind children. Mark and Kathleen all of Mr. and Mrs. Stanley L. Dishon and children David and Susanna of The Mr. and Mrs. Nelson McLean and sons of Dr. and Mrs. L. H. Nelson and Larry. Jennie and Mr. and Mrs. Albert Talbot and children Marsha and Mr. and Mrs. Ridwrd and children Lynn and Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Den- Jr. and Ter- jri Molly Jo and Mr. and Mrs. Jack Gross and Miss Luella Talbot all of even what our position is. The federal courts say you got to ad- mit these kids in school. Tht state we can't. So where are Suppose one of the integration- ordered cties Should agree to abide by the Uoder Gov. Lindsay s 'massive p'hn. he assume control of the af- jfected school reorganize it and reopen it on a segregated basis. He is talking TKW in terms of talcing up the matter by indi- vidual integrated how- rather than entire schools or districts. ontK sale WEDNESDAY Find clearance of dl remaining summtr merchandise. Broken sites and but every from a typical Starr ALL SALES FINAL FOR YOUR PRESENT Convert to the new comfort of electric baseboard No ducts to put no walls to tear your old system can continue to operate while work is being done. Baseboard units provide electric heating comfort for each and every room. FOR NEW Cable-type electric heat is installed under ceiling of sight. Heat energy radiates just like reflects from Moor furnishings. Criss-cross radiations uniformly heat the entire room-provide warm floors for children-perfect comfort for til the family. Labor Day Horse Show Is Planned THORNVILLE. 0 The 12th annual Labor Day horse show will be held at the community park in Thornville at 7 p.m. The event will be sponsored by the Thomville Lions club and directed by the Newark Riding club. Bob Hart will judge the which will be held under OWHA rules. Ten classes will be with first prize being atrophy and Second and ribbon. Entry fee will be at 6 p.m. on roping with a entry fee. Entry for other Open Private Schools If the state failed to get by with the re-opening the school then would be dosed. Pupils would be sent to some kind erf pri- vate school If only a few pupils were they would be ab- sorbed into other schools for I the time at that would be tfce end of H. At that parents jf Negro litigants ftre ed to ask the courts again to or- der the affected school re-opened on an integrated basis. That's where state of Virginia and the government would be at crossroads. One of the big question marics jfn the whole Virginia situation is private schools would work. Even the highest gate au- thorities are doubtful. If a consid- erable number of public school were simply wouldn't be enough facilities and teadiens to meet the emergency Out of the confused this is about toe best way anyone can MEN'S SPORT SHIRTS Gather up an armful at this extra low Buy for now and next year. Famous brands. Short sleeves. WERE UP TO FOR EXTRA OR HARD-TO-HIAT Electric wall units are low-cost way to heat brcezeway or attic or base- merit room...or supplementary heating for that one room that's always chilly. classes is Classes Electric Heat Western plain color horse egg western pony class and und- clover leave barrell western pony class to ladies second go round oalf western spot- ted western pleasure horse western stock horse Lundh will be served on t h e i put it together at the Tbe chances are that only t few schools actually will be dosed in September. The -students from them probably cotfd be absorbed into ether sdhools. Before further Almond could call a spe- cial session of the General Assem- bly to rewrite his strict at least to the extent of preventing the mass closing of schools. Norfolk A Norfolk mifjbt be the spot where actual integration would first be tested. The sdwol board there hats said it will comply with the fed- chicken bar-B- grounds and a que supper will be held serving beginning at 4 Prke MEN'S JACKETS Just 11 light weight jackets. Water repellent. Zipper Closure. WERE 6.95 and 7.95. MEN'S T-SHIRTS Fine combed white cotton crew neck nylon reinforced to prevent sagging. Most- ly medium and large size. REGULAR BARGAIN TABLE Men's Sports Swim Bermuda mesh golf cabana tops and beach jackets. VALUES TO SPORT COATS Just 20 men's and Y.M's sport all tweed effects and Ivy league. Sizes 34 to 40 only. WERE WASH 'N' WEAR SLACKS with p.m. SUNSHINE CLEAN -Electric heat is 100 per cent clean beat-nothing to soil draperies or furniture- cleaning cleaning expense. LOW and installation cost no ordinary heating systems. Operating cost is reasonable with big savings in clean- ing and maintenance expense. You get more more satisfaction for your money. TRULY AUTOMATIC-Individual temperature control in each room keeps the temperature you want auto- a choice of heating comfort never before available. SAFE-Electric heat is flameless-safe as electric light assures complete safety for the home and family. HEALTHY-You get healthful heat in every room. There are no hot no chilly DO cold no unhealthy Toastmasters Discuss Hobbies At Weekly Meet is your was the topic of discussion introduced by James Tankovitch at last night's Zane Grey Toastmasters club meeting. Don Colopy served as toast- Glen Riggle as chaplain and Floyd Miller was general critic. Charles Al Amore and Woody Pagel were evalua- tors and Walter Flack was iram- ieral court order and that it could not complete wgre- gation. Although Arlington has been or- dered to admit Negroes who have been named as they were in Little Rook to presently-all i white the pupils wTl be 100 pair in the lot. Broken but all sizes to start. Sizes 29 to blue and mixtures. Be early they won't last long. WERE TO Boys' Shorts Boys1 fancy boxer assorted patterns. Sizes 6 to 16. Stock up now for school wear. Boys' Jackets 5 Just 8 to sell. Washable jackets broken sizes j only 6 to 12. Come early. WERE AND ffin as 59 2 FOR OHIO POWER COMPANY AMERICAN ELECTRIC SYSTEM Wf NOW SIRVE MORE THAN ELECTRICALLY.HEATED HOMES. These customers enjoy all the work-and- time-saving benefits of truly modern electrical including lighting and PLUS MODERN ELECTRIC HEAT for about a SEHD COUPON i Find out how inexpensive it is to have modern worth-more Electric Heat OHIO POWIR COMPANY want to know more tbout Elcctrk Hett i new home. 0 or remodeling. n hard-to-h marian. Speakers were Don HAMI. CITT_ Dick Kanavel and Gradcn B e n- ijamin. Dick Kanaivd was elected to fill the term of ser geant-at-arms. Loren Schqartzmiller attended the meeting as t guest. 120 Expected To Die In Holiday Traffic I CHICAGO National Safety Council said Monday that indicate that up to 420 persons will be killed and 12.000 others will suffer disabling injuries in Labor Day weekend traffic accidents. The council Mid every death recorded will be unnecessary. a single traffic death need occur if every driver would ob- serve three simple said Ned H. president of tbe council School Meet Tonight At Mt. Perry A meeting of the Madison Local Boanl of Education will be held at 8 o'dock this evening at tbe school in Mt Perry. The subject of consolidation of the school a high school dis- trict will be discussed. Dwight Darling and Byron Mor- of tht State Department of and 0. E. superintendent of the Perry coun- ty will attend the meet- ing. All residents of the school j community are asked to attend. MADISON AVE. INDIAN MILWAUKEE Bruce seeking some real In- dians for a rodeo he heard there were some living at Wisconsin and wrote the chief asking how he'd like to up some easy wamputn. The chief have to contact my publicity man in Mil- School Shirts K. OF C. MEETING A report of the pionic commit tee will be made at a meeting of Knights of Columbus at 8 o'clock Tuesday night in the club rooms on street. Grand Knight Lawrence Paul wffl be in charge. will be served. i Nice assortment of colorful patterns in boys' shirts size 6 to 16. Sport and Ivy league collars. Stock up for now and future needs. Extra special for school opening. Long sleeves. Boys' Shirts Knit and broadcloth short sleeve shirts. Odds and ends left from a busy season. Broken sizes 3 to 18. They won't last long. WERE AND 79 2 pr. Boys Pajamas No iron plisse. Short short leg KAYNEE KOOLERS. Middy and coat style. Fancy broken sizes 6-8-14-16-18. WERE LADIES' HOSE McCallum nylon hose size 8V2 to 51 15 denier-60 gauge 15 denier. Lay in a supply now. REGULAR 79 2 FOR ENTIRE STORE AIR COOLED f m MMJtM JLJL M M M M M H w FRRR CHIVE   

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