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Times Recorder, The (Newspaper) - August 22, 1938, Zanesville, Ohio I TWO THE RECORDER t-i Election Board to Sagle and Check Names On Head GOP Group Both Risk and Worry by bringing your valuables to the steel-lined electrically guarded vault of The First National Bank This structure one of the largest and strongest in Ohio contains for those who hare only a few papers and roomy vate safes for business houses and investors large interests Coupon booths adjoin the Vault for the convenience of all Safe Deposit patrons AUGUST 22 1688 m SHERIFFS SALE Dealers Driveaway program involved in the of J Boost Number agalnst 944 sheriffs tale Gates on a bid Ohio constitution county Republicans Dealers from all parts ol i Floyd Stele Clay and be Stata drive M Frazier to u Wednesday The The event I direct their committee fa charge to be the dealers the next two years picnic has as its iar and elected J and chairman and secretary of the GOP central board at a meeting by a number ol and win succeed 1 township land Ralph Pay First Day Basing predictions on first S ballot i Sajtle has day on the central number of years Frazier i has been active Sa Republican Sirs for time day performance officials i men asd 21 women expressed tae were named by the raters were to stay to the campaign inspected closely by rural committee dents and many citizens W present the meters call a meeting of tie new a He izaid last a definite rot bean 1 While is a oi r the J observers believe he county attorneys the sect here by Secretary i J H J of State J Kennedy When the names are checked tot Qf Dresden Life Saturday because of Ul health blamed Sunday for the traffic con- the day A tomorrow Curiosity In the meeting reached a high peak yesterday when con- reports said the program would feature either a celebrated Humorist or a widely known or an Andy Bernard who lives somewhere about Canton Bailey declared the program certain the entertainment top one common pleas one fi Mr took the TO 1 Mount Hope hold an Ice cream governor a Ust ol tr of parking spaces were than three or than street between j persons for ti streets I The governor would name his home Into he sat on the Glenford school took tne on the o the Tuesday evening Music will the furnished by the The deceased had seen Sunday Morning Eo of to have threatened to take his hie an several occasions unless his health improved Surviving are his widow Mrs Grace three sons James the home brothers Called Bv Death as a to J shouM pe The Dual L Mater passed away sest tte at o'clock at a has hospital She had weU M j policeman reported z menber of at to D Moore ritv 0 church Rev Mr Basel pastor of AS rf tae obe bv her the church win Moore and few tickets Wnent oe in tne in t f A Shimmying Car Like lightning strikes where you least expect it to and if you want to her straight and avoid the strike Get wheel aligning service where we know how Farm Loan Heads TO J A deputy master to offenders oi the horse a daughter a of demonstration plan of 1924 Maple on a Kokensparger of am asd Fritey from will be held in the morning until 5 Tuesday at o'clock at night Saturday the will prevail with the exception East the law be 81 a Foste Geyer Norwich Calvin Jjj reath tor of the Terrace Church of Christ will officiate and burial will be in the Duncan Falls The body will be removed to the -111 Daughter at noon i Falls H C Matchett Ad- The body of Thomas F from the William Thompson John Peyton 81 former New Concord Son funeral home Lacy John dent who Ln his Outage rf ttp tour is to ro- ject lor construction of a one-story Death after a long illness j and Eari King STOMACH ULCERS for of to CLEVELAND VON CO 1833 Old Ohio McCormick Reunion Is Held Sunday The McCormick Sunday at aad Mrs Tom Johnson on the road A basket dinner was served at T A- Thursday evening an ice Spratt Walter Castor Ot- from Mr is j gymnasium school building reunion was social wtu be held on sego Raymond Crozier survived by his wife held Sunday at the home of Mr j school by the finance the public in- Mrs Hazel McCormick Marv Lou Loren McConnick Angelo Phelps Phelps and Pearl mick Mr and Mrs William Hupp Miss Donna Mae Hupp Mr and Sirs Ralph Johnson Mr and Sirs Elmer Johnson Elmer Mitchell Mr and Mrs Fordyce Johnson Miss Johnson Mr and mer Mitchell Mr and Mrs Pearl Mitchell Delbert Johnson Arthur Johnson Clarence Johnson Alva Elva E E Mabel Wilson Jennie Helen Craig Eddie baugh Tom Johnson and Mrs to attend A program is be- bur mg prepared i ved by his wife two was S Mrs Mable Dronett of gay It is a pr nd Miss Leha Brindley of the Henry home and a son A V of ers r ay s a no- Ernest Watsan ton and Miss Leha Brindley of the the recovery program j V of Johnson Two applications for marriage licenses were oa file today in bate The applicants Thomas H Kobinson 1023 avenue and Dorothy C Switzer 1237 Belt Line avpnue P AHen 28 Jamestown Ross Sunday At Philo j The annual reunion of of Beniamin and Sarah Ross was held Sunday at the Philo high school A basket dinner was served at noon At the opening of a business session the assembly sang Praise God from Whom All Blessings after Rev B C Kreis gave a short prayer One death during the year that of John of Sago Mich was re- ported In the election of J Frank Ross of Rt 2 was named president Other cers Oscar Philo Mrs 5 secretary J C Danker Zanesville Zanesville Ralph Mr operated a Zanesville J Lincoln Knapp j ware store for many years in Sv and supervised by the Works Administration The cost of the project is James George Leasure ville Charles Miller Worstall Robert Oberon Dr L E Grimes G W Morse Abe Zanesville Women Miss Mary Vashti Jones Zanesville Mrs Cozette Tena and Jane Mershone lane Comer 24 1059 SAVE THIS COUPON American tend tbt offer TOO to The Co ware store for many years New at of which Concord Burial will oe made by fc the Mock funeral Escape Serious Injury When Auto Overturns Russ Ankrom 1548 Central nue improved at nis home last night from a dislocated left collar bone sustained a grant from the PWA The program is to relieve the over- crowded condition of the tary school and to provide ties for physical education as re- by law Ross and Lucy taSt of and Philo entertainment com- The next reunion will be held the Philo high school t Zanesville Mrs Mary night when the auto in which he Wells BJT5 Zanesville Mrs riding with two other local Stumo Nashport Mrs overturned cm the Newark Valley Mrs Daisy Gulp Mrs Mabel lock Zanesville Mrs J H Boulware Zanesville Mrs Nancy Bradford Mrs Weldon Zanesville F D Charles Fraunfelter REPORTS WATCH THEM R W Barker manager of road one mile north of Ankrom and Ms companions Charles Flynn and Robert jn who sustained cuts and bruises were treated at Good maritan hospital and dismissed late Saturday night Used company on street reported to police that someone had stolen a wrist watch the window of his store Saturday afternoon He said it was worth SCHOOL BOARD Business connected with the opening of the county school tern on Sept 6 was discussed Mrs afternoon when the Kus SUMMONED Firemen were summoned in answer to a false alarm at kingum and Luck avenues right at o'clock HOTEL ington D C Facing Union L Room and FOUND AT LAST for of bt turn wotted wooden for of people when remedies have fried Get bottle today price SLOG And we sog- you try for getting up mights only Ask for DRUGSTORE Collins formed a four generation group Those present Mr and Mrs Charles Mr Mrs Clarence Ross and son Loren Mr and Mrs Harold Barkhurst and children Lois and Jean iiara Schmidt Ella Sigler Mr and Mrs George Clark and daughter Mr and Mrs Robert json Mr and Mrs George Popp and son Robert Mr and Mrs Frank Ross Miss Florence Ross Mr and Mrs Evans ali of Zanesville Mr and Mrs Webb Palmer Mr and Mrs Chester Palmer aad children Bonnie and Donald London of Mr and Mrs Eldon Collins and son Richard Mr and Mrs ford Ross and children Danford Jr Martha Wayne and Evelyn Mr and Mrs W H Pletcher and son Joe Mr and Mrs H D worth and children Betty Myron Charlotte Mr and Mrs Oscar and children Wayne Mable and Harold Rev and Mrs B C- aad children Robert Donald and Leland Mr aad Mrs J C ROSS Miss Florence B Ross all of Mr and Mrs C E Ross ol the West pike Mr and Mrs aan Anderson and son Floyd Mr and Mrs Leo Anderson aad dren Glen laa Albert Bernard and Leonard all of Roseville Mr and Mrs E E Ross ol Bine Rock Meadow Church Picnic Tuesday Evening The annual picnic of the dow church held evening at o'clock at Meadow Farm The committee la charge ol ol Ma Shiplett Mrs Miss Rowene Addis Mrs afternoon waen tae will be held county school board met tion Csr ol llf for Jubilee Festival George F Listen and her daughters the Misses Catherine and Bernadetta Liston avenue will entertain at bridge and euchre at o'clock dav evening at St Nicholas school The be one in the ries of benefits for the jubilee tival to be held this autumn at St Nicholas church candy committee are in charge of the affair er committee will sponsor a dance at Toole hall Chandlersville road from 9 to 12 o'clock Saturday ning the Local Battery To i Fort Knox Led by Captain Joseph A Ian members of Battery E Field Artillery left at o'clock morning for Fort Knox Xv for the annual training period which end Sunday Sept 4 Batteries from Cambridge aad Caldwell will also be in ing The local battery consists of 62 men and three officers Captain Kaplan and Lieutenants Charles Winans and Walter French PERMIT ISSUED A building permit was issued Saturday to C C street for the construction of a bathroom at his home The John company will perform Use work to cost E Huntsman A former pastor Rev G Grores and of Curtice be guests ol honor The Js to attend Gunner TO MEET lossman philathea class of church will saeet Tuesday evening at the of Mrs Louise Bronkar on Jordan avenue All are to present THIS FRIENDLY STORE IS KNOWN FOR ITS EASY CREDIT TERMS LAST Final Clearance On Entire Stock Of Smart SUMMER WEAR DRESSES SUMMER SCHS AND COATS Above Items Sold up to MEN'S SUMMER 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