From The Calhoun Chronicle - Daniels Run News

The Calhoun Chronicle, a weekly newspaper published in Grantsville, West Virginia, has for many years published news from various communities. "Daniels Run News" has been an occasional to semi-regular feature. Here are some transcripts. We hope to add more as time and occasion permit.


1946

From the Calhoun Chronicle
January 3, 1946


Victor C. Starcher Is Discharged From Army

Victor C. Starcher, who has served 20 months as surgical technician, was recently discharged at Fort McPherson, Ga. He served eight months overseas with the 118th Evacuation hospital (S-M) First army. He has been awarded the Good Conduct medal and the Viictory ribbon.

His wife, Mrs. Rose Smith Starcher resides in Grantsville. Before entering the Army Starcher was store manager for the Calhoun Super-Service, Inc.

Daniels Run News
January 10, 1946


Mr. and Mrs. Pratt Barr are announcing the birth of a daughter. The young lady was born Dec. 26 at a hospital in Spencer. This is their fourth child and the third daughter.

Lovel Allen and Henry Marks were shopping at Roy Morgan's store Monday.

W.M. Shock of Staten was in this vicinity Tuesday.

Mr. and Mrs. Vere Price of Altizer were visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Dee Nitz Wednesday.

H.M. Maffett was calling on Henry Marks Wednesday evening.

T.A. Wood of Stumptown was visiting friends in this vicinity Thursday.

H.M. Maffett was attending the telephone meeting in Arnoldsburg Saturday.

Mr. and Mrs. Allen B. Starcher were shopping in Grantsville Saturday.

Mrs. Mina Marks and daughter, Myrtle and grandson, Carl Allen Harris were visiting Mr. and Mrs. Henry Marks Saturday.

H. M. Maffett was the Saturday evening guest of Victor Everson and family of Sycamore.

Daniels Run News
January 17, 1946


Mrs. Esther Gibson of Altizer was Sunday guest of her son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Pratt Barr.

Mr. and Mrs. Dee Nitz had a their guests Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Vere Price.

Denver Starcher was visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Allen B. Starcher Monday.

H.M. Maffett was visiting Henry Marks Sunday evening.

Roy Carpenter is carrying the mail on this route now.

Mrs. Woodrow Carpenter and sons, Ray and Jacky of Sycamore were visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Allen B. Starcher Tuesday.

Mrs. Audry Gibson was removed to the Depue hospital in Spencer Wednesday morning and is reported getting along nicely. We hope she will be home soon.

Mrs. Henry Marks and Mrs. Anna Parsons were shopping at Roy Morgan's store Friday.

Mrs. Esther Gibson was visiting her daughter, Mrs. Pratt Barr Friday.

Miss Katherine Hope Barr spent Friday night with her grandmother, Mrs. Esther Gibson.

Several men of this vicinity were working on our roads the past week and the work was needed badly.

Those shopping in Grantsville Saturday from this vicinity were: Mr. and Mrs. Allen B. Starcher, Henry Marks, Rex Maffett, Guy Wood and Cecil Mitchell.

Those shopping at Roy Morgan's store Saturday from here were H.M. Maffett, Jacky Booher, Cecil Mitchell, Rex Mafffett and Guy Wood.

Ray McCoy spent Saturday night with his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Allen B. Starcher.

Henry Marks was visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Marks Sunday.

Daniels Run News
January 24, 1946


Leonard Booher was visiting H.M. Maffett Sunday.

Mr. and Mrs. Rex Maffett were Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Guy Nitz of Cabin Ridge.

Mrs. Esther Gibson was calling on her daughter, Mrs. Pratt Barr Sunday.

Mrs. Othel Starcher was visiting her father-in-law and m other, Mr. and Mrs. French Starcher of Cabin Ridge Sunday.

Mr. and Mrs. Franklin Vere Price were Sunday guests of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Dee Nitz.

Allen B. Starcher was a business visitor in Spencer Monday

H.M. Maffett butchered a beef for John and Arthur Morgan last Monday.

Rex Maffett and Guy Wood were callers in Spencer Monday.

Mr. and Mrs. Allen B. Starcher and daughter were visiting their daughter, Mrs. Woodrow Carpenter of Sycamore Thursday.

H.M. Maffett butchered a hog for Frank Burns Thursday.

Mr. and Mrs. Dee Nitz were shopping in Spencer Friday.

Mr. and Mrs. Allen B. Starcher were shopping in Grantsville Saturday.

Mrs. Esther Gibson was the week end guest of her daughter, Mrs. Pratt Barr.

Paula, Jimmy and Jacky Carpenter of Sycamore were weekend guests of their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Allen B. Starcher.

Daniels Run News
January 31, 1946


Mr. and Mrs. Roscoe Carpenter are announcing the birth of a daughter, Jan. 20. The young lady has been named Janet Fae. They have another daughter, Julian Jean.

Reta, Cleo and Leo Everson of Sycamore were at Mr. and Mrs. Alllen B. Starcher's Sunday.

Mrs. Guy Nitz of Cabin Ridge was Sunday guest of her son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Rex Maffett.

Jack Starcher of Rocksdale was through this vicinity Sunday.

Victor C. Starcher of Grantsville was visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Allen B. Starcher Sunday.

Cecil Craddock returned home Jan. 14 from the Army. He was discharged. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. George Craddock.

Allen B. Starcher and Lovell Allen were business callers in Grantsville Monday.

Rex Maffett, Roscoe Carpenter and H.M. Maffett were in Arnoldsburg Tuesday.

Guy and Romero Weed were visiting Rex Maffett Thursday.

Mr. and Mrs. Vere Price of Altizer were calling on her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Dee Nitz Thursday.

H.M. Maffett was a visitor on Millstone Thursday.

Henry Marks was shopping at Roy Morgan's store Friday.

Rex Maffett was a business visitor in Spencer Friday.

Guy Wood and Rex Maffett were getting wood for Guy Nitz of Cabin Ridge Friday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Nitz are ill of flu.

Those shopping in Grantsville Saturday were Mr. and Mrs. Allen B. Starcher, Mr. and Mrs. Guy Wood, Irene Booher, Rex Maffett and Coy Rader.

Luther Booher of Barberton, O. arrived here Saturday to visit his wife and son.

Miss Louise Gun of Barberton, O, arrived here Saturday to visit her parents., Mr. and Mrs. Carr Gunn.

Daniel's Run News
February 7, 1946


Rex Maffett was hauling hay for Ferrel Gibson and Lovell Allen Monday.

Mr. and Mrs. Franklin Vere Price of Altizer was visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Dee Nitz Thursday.

T.A. Wood of Stumptown was visiting in this vicinity Tuesday.

H.M. Maffett was visiting Henry Marks Tuesday evening.

Rev. Albert Poling was through this vicinity Wednesday.

Guy Wood and Henry Marks were shopping at Roy Morgan's store Friday.

Dee Nitz was a business caller in Spencer Friday.

Ralph Maffett and daughter, Glenna and son, Vere, all of Little Hocking, Ohio, were Friday night guests of his father, H.M. Maffett.

Mr. and Mrs. Allen B. Starcher and Lovell Allen were shopping in Grantsville Saturday.

Sylvia and Robert Mitchell were visiting at Ferris Barr's Saturday.

Katherine Hope Barr spent Saturday night with her grandmother, Mrs. Esther Gibson.

Mr. and Mr.s Franklin :Vere Price were visiting Mrs. Price's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Dee Nitz Saturday.

Daniel's Run News
February 14, 1946


Harry Anderson of Spencer was through this vicinity Sunday.

H.M. Maffett was visiting Henry Marks Sunday.

Allen B. Starcher was a business visitor in Grantsville Monday.

Mr. and Mrs. Allen B. Starcher were business visitors in Spencer Tuesday.

Mrs. Mina Marks was visiting her son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs Henry Marks Wednesday.

Mrs. Murl Price was visiting her mother, Mrs. Dee Nitz Wednesday.

H.M. Maffett was calling on Mr. and Mrs. Frank Burns Wednesday.

Mr. and Mrs. Rex Maffett were visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Guy Nitz of Cabin Ridge Thursday.

Allen B. Starcher and son, Victor were business callers in Spencer Thursday.

Jacky Carpenter of Sycamore spent Thursday night with his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Allen B. Starcher.

Henry Marks was shopping at Roy Morgan's store Saturday.

Mrs. Esther Gibson of Altizer spent Saturday night with her daughter, Mrs Pratt Barr and family.

Mr. and Mrs. Allen B. Starcher and grandson, Jacky, were shopping in Grantsville Saturday.

Daniel's Run News
February 21, 1946


Mr. and Mrs. Rex Maffett were Sunday guests of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Guy Nitz of Cabin Ridge.

H.M. Maffett was visiting Mr. and Mrs. Frank Burns of Mt. Zion ridge Sunday.

Mrs. Mina Marks and children were Sunday guests of her son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Marks.

Mr. and Mrs. Vere Price of Altizer visited her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Dee Nitz Sunday.

Roscoe Carpenter, Luther Booher and Cecil Mitchell spent the past week end with their families here. They are employed in Barberton , Ohio.

Mrs. Murl Price was visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Dee Nitz Monday.

A.B. Starcher and Lovel Allen were business visitors in Grantsville Wednesday.

Rex Maffett is ill of flu at this time.

Dr. Monroe was called to see Mrs. Lovel Allen Wednesday. She is improving at this time.

Mr. and Mrs. Ira D. Hathaway of Grantsville was visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Lovel Allen Wednesday.

H.M. Maffett was calling on Henry Marks Thursday.

Greela Nitz and sons, Robert and Allen of Barberton, Ohio, arrived here Thursday evening to visit his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Dee Nitz and his father-in law and mother-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Allen B. Starcher.

Vere Price was calling on Dee Nitz Friday.

Daniels Run News
February 28, 1946


Mrs. Russell Nester and son Roy of Cabin Ridge was visiting her sister, Mrs. Rex Maffett and her husbands parents, Mr. and Mrs. A.M. Nester Sunday.

Mrs. Velma Wood was visiting Mrs. Allen B. Starcher, Monday.

Mr. and Mrs. Vere Price was visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Dee Nitz Tuesday.

H.M. Maffett was calling on his son, Rex, Wednesday.

Mr. and Mrs. Allen B. Starcher were shopping at Grantsville, Wednesday.

Allen B. Starcher and Henry Marks were t Mt. Zion and Barnes Run, Thursday.

H.M. Maffett was butchering for Frank Burns, Thursday.

Mr. and Mrs. Dee Nitz were visitors in Spencer Friday.

Virgil and Verdis Marks were visiting their brother Henry Marks, Friday.

H.M. Maffett was visiting Henry Marks Friday evening.

Mrs. Murl Price was visiting her parents Mr. and Mrs. Dee Nitz Saturday.

Henry Marks was shopping at Roy Morgan's store Saturday.

Romero Wood of Stumptown was visiting his brother and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Guy Wood, Saturday night.

H.M. Maffett was a business caller at W.T. Everson, Saturday evening.

Roscoe Carpenter and Cecil Mitchell spent the week end with their family's. They are employed at Barberton, O.

Daniels Run News
March 7, 1946


Mr. and Mrs. Denver Starcher and daughter, Loretta of Barberton, Ohio spent last week end with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Allen B. Starcher.

Mrs. Woodrow Carpenter and children of Sycamore were Sunday guests of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Allen B. Starcher .

Mrs. Esther Gibson of Altizer, spent Sunday with her son-in-law and daughter, Mrs. Pratt Barr.

Allen B. Starcher and daughter Justine were business callers in Spencer Monday.

Guy Nitz and daughter Mrs. Oma Nester of Cabin Ridge were visiting Mr. and Mrs. Rex Maffett Monday.

Allen B. Starcher was a business caller on Henry Marks, Tuesday evening.

Mr. and Mrs. Vere Price of Altizer were visiting her parents Mr. and Mrs. Dee Nitz, Wednesday.;

Allen B. Starcher and Lovee Allen were in Spencer, Thursday.

Mrs. Vena Marks and Mrs. Anna Parsons were shopping at Roy Morgans store and visiting Mrs. George Craddock, Friday.

Dee Nitz was shopping in Spencer, Friday.

Mr. Cary Reed of Philips Run purchased a farm here lof Leonard Booher and moved in Friday.

H.M. Maffett was calling on Frank Burns Friday.

Verdis and Vergil Marks were visiting their brother, Henry Marks, Saturday.

Mr. and Mrs. Allen B. Starcher were shopping in Grantsville, Saturday.

Mr. and Mrs. Rex Maffett and grand-daughter Judy were also shopping in Grantsville, Saturday.

Daniels Run News
March 14, 1946


Mr. and Mrs. Rex Maffet and daughter, Judy, were Sunday guests of Mrs. Maffet's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Guy Nitz of Cabin Ridge.

Mr. and Mrs. Victor Starcher and daughters Seva Delores and Nannie May all of Grantsville were visiting his parents Mr. and Mrs. Allen B. Starcher, Sunday.

Virgil and Verdis Marks were visiting their brother Henry Marks, Sunday.

Allen B. Starcher, Lovel Allen and son Harold were all business callers in Grantsville, Monday.

Rex Maffett was a business visitor in Grantsville, Monday.

H.M. Maffet was a business caller at Paul Leach Tuesday.

Woodrow Everson, hauled a load of fertilizer for Allen B. Starcher, Wednesday.

Mrs. Esther Gibson, of Altizer was visiting her daughter, Mrs. Pratt Barr, Thursday.

Henry Marks was shopping at Roy Morgans store Friday.

Mr. and Mrs. Richard Starcher of Barberton, Ohio arrived here Friday evening to visit his parents Mr. and Mrs. Allen B. Starcher and other friends and relatives.

Mr. and Mrs. Allen B. Starcher were shopping in Grantsville, Saturday.

H.M. Maffet was calling on Henry Marks Saturday evening.

Daniels Run News
March 21, 1946


Mrs. Guy Nitz and daughter Emma Nester, both of Cabin Ridge, were Sunday guests of Mrs. Nitz' son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Rex Maffett.

Mrs. Vere Price of Altizer was the Sunday visitor of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Dee Nitz.

The town cop of Grantsvile was calling on Mrs. Grely White Sunday.

H.M. Maffett was calling on Lester Booher Sunday.

Mrs. Eleanor Starcher spent a few days the past week with her husband's parents, Mr. and Mrs. French Starcher of Cabin Ridge.

Hanning Poling was assessing the people of this vicinity Monday.

H.M. Maffett was at Pratt Barr's Tuesday.

Ray McCoy and brother, Jacky of Sycamore were visiting their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Allen B. Starcher Tuesday.

H. M. Maffett was at Hugh Wright's on Sycamore Wednesday.

Allen B. Starcher was a business visitor in Grantsville Wednesday.

Mrs. Esther Gibson of Altizer spent Thursday night with her daughter, Mrs. Pratt Barr.

Mr. and Mrs. Dee Nitz were shopping in Spencer Friday.

Rex Maffett, Guy Wood and H.M. Maffett were business callers in Spencer Friday.

Melvin Starcher of Barberton, Ohio, arrived here Friday night to spend a few days with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Allen B. Starcher.

Pratt Barr of Akron is visiting his family here at present.

Those shopping in Grantsville Saturday from here were Mr. and Mrs. Allen B. Starcher and son, Melvin, Mrs. Henry Marks and Mrs. Anna Parsons.

Daniels Run News
March 28, 1946


Mr. and Mrs. Vere Price of Altizer were Sunday visitors of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Dee Nitz.

Mr. and Mrs. Woodrow Carpenter and children of Sycamore have been visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Allen B. Starcher.

Mrs. Ruby Poling and sister, Miss Murl Maffett of Little Hocking, Ohio, arrived here last Friday to spend the week end with relatives. Miss Maffett returned to Parkersburg Sunday night where she is employed.

Willie Little spent Sunday night with H.M. Maffett.

Mr. and Mrs. Victor Starcher and daughters of Sistersville spent Sunday with Mr. Starcher's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Allen B. Starcher.

H.M. Maffett butchered two hogs for Wesley Nester Monday.

Those attending the horse sale in Spencer Friday from here and vicinity were, Mrs. Victor Everson, Hugh Wright, H.M. Maffett, Rex Maffett, Guy Nitz, Russell Nester, Woodrow Carpenter and Mr. and Mrs. Dee Nitz.

Luther Booher and Cecil Mitchell of Barberton, Ohio, arrived here Friday evening to spend the week end with their families.

Archie Rexroad and Henry Marks were shopping at Roy Morgan's store Friday evening.

Mr. and Mrs. Allen B. Starcher were visiting in Grantsville Saturday.

Daniels Run News
April 4, 1946




Mrs. Bertie Price of Letherbark was las Sunday guest of her son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Allen B. Starcher, other guests included Hill Smith and son, and Mr. and Mrs. Woodrow Carpenter and children.

Mrs. Rex Maffett and granddaughter Judy were visiting Mrs. Maffett's parents Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Guy Nitz of Cabin Ridge.

Hugh Wright of Sycamore was calling on H.M. Maffett Sunday.

Ray McCoy was visiting Mr. and Mrs. Henry Marks Sunday evening.

Foster Tuttle of Arnoldsburg was at Rex Maffett's Monday.

Allen B. Starcher was shopping at Roy Morgans store Tuesday.

Frank Murphey was hauling timber from his farm here Wednesday.

H.M. Maffet was a visitor on Sycamore Wednesday.

Allen B. Starcher and Henry marks were at Grantsville Thursday.

Mr. and Mrs. Allen B. Starcher were visiting their daughter, Mrs. Woodrow Carpenter of Sycamore, Friday.

H.M. Maffett was at Carrie Reeds Friday.

Dee Nitz was a business visitor in Spencer Friday.

Miss Hazel Gae Parsons of Mt Vernon, Ohio arrived here Saturday to visit her mother Mrs. Anna Parsons who remains ill at this writing.

Ferris Barr was at H.M. Maffetts Saturday.

Mr. and Mrs. Allen B. Starcher were shopping in Grantsville Saturday.

Daniels Run News
April 11, 1946


Mr. and Mrs. Vere Price of Altizer was Sunday guests of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Dee Nitz.

H.M. Maffett was a Sunday visitor on Sycamore.

Mr. and Mrs. Woodrow Carpenter and children of Sycamore were Sunday guests of Mrs. Carpenters parents Mr. and Mrs. Allen B. Starcher.

Hugh Wright was visiting H.M. Maffett Monday.

Mrs. Othel Starcher and daughter Patty were visiting Mrs. Dee Nitz and Mrs. Henry Marks Monday.

Mr. and Mrs. Allen B. Starcher were visiting their daughter, Mrs. Woodrow Carpenter, Tuesday.

H.M. Maffett was calling on Frank Burns Tuesday.

Allen B. Starcher and Henry Marks were at Mt. Zion Wednesday.

Mrs. Vere Price was visiting her parents Mr. and Mrs. Dee Nitz.

Mrs. Hattie Booher had the misfortune of falling and tearing the legiments of her leg loose. She was taken to Dr. Monroe at Grantsville. Those accompanied her was her husband, Lester, Mrs. Luther Booher and H.M. Maffett.

Mr. and Mrs. Allen B. Starcher were visitors in Spencer, Friday.

Mr. and Mrs. Roscoe Carpenter and small daughter Janet Rae , of Barberton, Ohio arrived here Friday to spend the week end with her parents Mr. and Mrs. Rex Maffett.

Those shopping in Grantsville Saturday from here were Mr. and Mrs. Allen B. Starcher, Mrs. Vena Marks, Mr. and Mrs. Roscoe Carpenter and daughter Judy, Lovel Allen and Cecil Mitchell.

Daniels Run News
April 25, 1946


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Mrs. Guy Nitz and daughter, Mrs. Russell Nester was Sunday guests of Mrs. Nitz's son-in-law and daughter Mr. and Mrs. Rex Maffett.

Mr. and Mrs. Archie Rexroad and son Jimmy of Letter Gap were visiting her mother Mrs. Anna Parsons and also her sister, Mrs. Henry Marks, Monday.

Mr. and Mrs. Allen B. Starcher were visiting their son-in-law an d daughter Mr. and Mrs. Woodrow Carpenter and family of Sycamore, Monday.

Mrs. Vere Price was visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Dee Nitz Tuesday.

H.M. Maffett was calling on his son, Rex Tuesday.

Wesley Nester was doing some plowing for H.M. Maffett, Wednesday.

White Hall and son Kenneth of Sandridge were business callers on H.M. Maffett Thursday.

Mr. and Mrs. Allen B. Starcher was in Grantsville Thursday night.

Ray McCoy spent Thursday night with his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Allen B. Starcher.

Mr. and Mrs. Dee Nitz were shopping in Spencer Friday.

Henry Marks was shopping at Roy Morgan's store Friday.

H.M. Maffett went to Little Hocking, Ohio Friday night to spend a few days with his son and family Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Maffett.

Mr. and Mrs. Allen B. Starcher were shopping in Grantsville Saturday.

Daniels Run News
April 25, 1946


Henry Marks and Woodrow Carpenter were on Jesses Run Monday.

Mr. and Mrs. Allen B. Starcher and son, Melvin were all business visitors in Grantsville Monday.

Lydel Starcher of Jesses run was at Allen B.Starchers Tuesday.

H.M. Maffett was the Wednesday night guest of Hugh Wrights on Sycamore.

Allen B. Starcher was a business caller in Grantsville Wednesday.

Mr. and Mrs. Allen B. Starcher had as their guests Sunday their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Woodrow Carpenter and children of Sycamore and their son, Melvin of Barberton, Ohio.

H.M. Maffett was at T.W. Eversons Thursday night.

Mr. and Mrs. Dee Nitz and Mr. and Mrs. Vere Price were shopping in Spencer Friday.

Miss Louise Barr arrived here Friday to visit her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ferris Barr for sometime as there is a strike at the Diamond Match Co. where she is employed in Barberton , Ohio.

Those shopping in Grantsville Saturday from here were: Mr. and Mrs. Allen B. Starcher and son, Melvin and their grand daughter, Paula McCoy and Mrs. Vena Marks.

H.M. Maffett was at Frank Burns Saturday.

Myrtle Marks spent Saturday night with her brother and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Marks.

Daniels Run News
May 2, 1946


Mr. and Mrs. Allen B. Starcher had as their Sunday guests, Mr. and Mrs. Victor Starcher and daughters of Sistersville and Mr. and Mrs. Woodrow Carpenter and children of Sycamore.

Mr. and Mrs. Vere Price of near Altizer was a visitor of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Dee Nitz Sunday.

Those attending the Kanawha theatre in Grantsville Sunday night were Mrs. Allen B. Starcher and son, Melvin, and grandson Ray McCoy and granddaughter , Paula McCoy, and Ilene Allen and Dick Gunn.

Mr. and Mrs. Russell Nester and son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Webb were guests Tuesday of Mr. Nester's parents, Mr. and Mrs. A.M. Nester.

Misses Nina and Justine Starcher arrived home Tuesday from Barberton, Ohio, to visit with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Allen B. Starcher.

H.M. Maffett and son, Rex were attending the horse sale in Spencer Tuesday.

Romero Wood of Stumptown was visiting relatives in this vicinity Wednesday.

Mr. and Mrs. Allen B. Starcher and daughters, Nina and Justine, were visiting Mr. And Mrs. Woodrow Carpenter on Sycamore last Thursday.

Mrs. Esther Gibson of near Altizer was visiting her daughter, Mrs. Pratt Barr and Mrs. Henry Marks Friday.

Several cases of whooping cough has been reported in Altizer vicinity.

Those that were in Spencer Friday from here were Mr. and Mrs. Allen B. Starcher and daughters, Nina and Justine, Mr. and Mrs. Vere Price, Mr. and Mrs. Dee Nitz, Mr. and Mrs. Woodrow Carpenter and Rex Maffett.

Those shopping in Grantsville Saturday from here were Mr. and Mrs. Allen B. Starcher, Mrs. Vena Marks, Coy Rader and Guy Wood.

Daniels Run News
May 9, 1946

Mr. and Mrs. Allen B. Starcher and daughters Nina and Justine were Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Woodrow Carpenter and family of Sycamore.

The men of this vicinity attended a meeting at Arnoldsburg Monday night to elect a committee for the public improvement. We sure need some better roads in this vicinity.

Lovel Allen is visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Colonel Allen of Washington, Penn.

Misses Nina and Justine Starcher returned to Barberton, Ohio, Thursday after visiting their parents here, Mr. and Mrs. Allen B. Starcher.

Misses Retha and Ruth Maffett and Bon Lee of Barberton, Ohio arrived here Thursday evening to visit friends and relatives.

Victor Starcher of Sistersville, W. Va. was visiting his parents Mr. and Mrs. Allen B. Starcher Thursday evening.

Dee Nitz and H.M. Maffett were attending the livestock sale at Spencer Friday.

Melvin Starcher arrived here Friday to visit with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Allen B. Starcher. He reported a strike at the chemical in in Barberton, Ohio where he is employed.

Those shopping in Grantsville Saturday were, Mr. and Mrs. Allen B. Starcher and son, Melvin, Mrs. Anna Parsons and Mrs. Henry Marks

Daniels Run News
May 16, 1946


Misses Emma and Susie Nester were visiting their grand parents Mr. and Mrs. A.M. Nester, Sunday.

Miss "Kitty" Barr was visiting her grandmother, Mrs. Esther Gibson, Sunday.

Mr. and Mrs. Allen B. Starcher were business visitors in Grantsville Monday.

Melvin Starcher was visiting Henry Marks Monday night.

Mrs. Vere Price was visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Dee Nitz, Tuesday.

Mrs. Henry Marks and Mrs. Anna Parsons were visiting Mrs. Allen B. Starcher , Wednesday.

Mr. Rex Barnes of Grantsville was in this vicinity, Thursday.

Mr. and Mrs. Dee Nitz were shopping in Spencer, Friday.

Mr. and Mrs. Roscoe Carpenter and Ruth Maffett of Barberton, Ohio arrived here Friday night to spend the week end with relatives.

Henry Marks done some plowing for Woodrow Carpenter of Sycamore this week.

Miss "Kitty" Barr was visiting her grandmother, Mrs. Esther Gibson Saturday and was also shopping at Roy Morgans store.

Mr. and Mrs. Allen B. Starcher and son, Melvin and Miss Ilene Allen were shopping in Grantsville Saturday.

Allen B. Starcher lost a cow this past week.

H. M. Maffett and Henry Marks were calling on Paul Leach Saturday night.

Daniels Run News
May 23, 1946


Victor Starcher and daughter, Seva, of Sistersville, W. Va. were visiting his parents Mr. and Mrs. Allen B. Starcher, Sunday.

Mr. and Mrs. Victor Everson and family and Hugh Wright of Sycamore were Sunday guests of H.M. Maffett.

Ferris Barr and Hatzel Leach were visiting Allen B. Starcher Sunday evening.

Dee Nitz and H.M. Maffett were shopping at Roy Morgan's store, Monday.

Allen B. Starcher and son, Melvin were business visitors in Grantsville, Monday.

Mr. and Mrs. Vere Price were calling on her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Dee Nitz.

H.M. Maffett was visiting his son, Rex, Monday evening.

Verdis Marks was visiting his brother, Henry Marks, Monday.

Mrs. Esther Gibson of Altizer was visiting her daughter, Mrs. Pratt Barr, Wednesday.

H.M. Maffett and Carrie Reed were in Spencer Wednesday.

Mr. and Mrs. Allen B. Starcher and daughter, Justine, were visiting their daughter, Mrs. Woodrow Carpenter and family on Sycamore, Wednesday.

Victor Starcher of Sistersville W. Va. was visiting his parents, here, Mr. and Mrs. Allen B. Starcher, Thursday. His sister, Justine, accompanied him home.

Dee Nitz was at Spencer, Friday.

H.M. Maffett was a Friday night guest of Mr. and Mrs. Victor Everson of Sycamore.

Mr. and Mrs. Allen B. Starcher were shopping in Grantsville, Saturday.

Paula McCoy and Jimmy Carpenter spent a few days the past week with their grand-parents, Mr. and Mrs. Allen B. Starcher.

Those shopping at Roy Morgans store Saturday were: Mr. and Mrs. Rex Maffett, Mrs Othel Starcher, Coy Rader, Orval Miller, Melvin Starcher and Henry Marks.

Funeral Service for Cecil Craddock was held at the Stoney Point church Saturday at 2 p.m. And was laid to rest at the Gibson cemetery. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. George Craddock and leaves a host of relatives and friends to mourn his loss.

Daniels Run News
May 30, 1946


Mr. and Mrs. Victor Everson and family of Sycamore was Sunday guest of H.M. Maffett.

Ray McCoy was calling on Henry Marks Sunday.

Mr. and Mrs. Lovel Allen and family were calling on Mrs. Pratt Barr Sunday evening.

Mr. and Mrs. Woodrow Carpenter and family of Sycamore were Sunday evening guests of her parents Mr. and Mrs. Allen B. Starcher.

Mr. and Mrs. Ferris Barr and daughters were visiting Mr. and Mrs. Lovel Allen Sunday.

H.M. Maffett was calling on Ferris Barr Sunday evening.

Mrs. Martha Everson purchased two fox hounds of A.B. Starcher this week.

Wiley Norman purchased a cow and calf of Allen B. Starcher, Monday.

H.M. Maffett was at Roy Morgans store Monday.

Mr. and Mrs. Allen B. Starcher was a Spencer visitor Tuesday.

Mr. Henry Marks and Mrs. Anna Parsons were shopping at Roy Morgans store Wednesday.

Guy Wood was helping H.M. Maffett plant corn Wednesday.

Mrs. Denver Starcher and daughter Loretta of Barberton, Ohio spent a few days visiting his parents Mr. and Mrs. Allen B. Starcher the past week.

Miss Ilene Allen was visiting Mrs. Vena Marks Wednesday evening.

Mr. and Mrs. Rex Maffett and grand daughter Judy were calling on Mrs. Maffetts parents Mr. and Mrs. Guy Nitz of Cabin Ridge Thursday.

Mrs. Rose Stemple and three children and Miss Opal Maffett were visiting their grandfather H.M. Maffett Thursday night.

Mr. and Mrs. Dee Nitz were shopping in Spencer Friday.

Paula and Ray McCoy and Jacky Carpenter spent the week end with their grandparents Mr. and Mrs. Allen B. Starcher.

Daniels Run News
June 6, 1946

H.M. Maffett was visiting Ferris Barr, Sunday.

Mr. and Mrs. Vere Price of Altizer were Sunday guests of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Dee Nitz.

Mr. and Mrs. Victor Starcher and daughter Seva and Miss Justine Starcher all of Sistersville W. Va. were visiting Mr. Starcher's parents Mr. and Mrs. Allen B. Starcher Sunday.

Victor Everson and sons, and Hugh Wright of Sycamore were calling on H.M. Maffett, Sunday.

We had some high water here Monday morning.

Mr. and Mrs. Vere Price of Altizer were calling on her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Dee Nitz Tuesday.

Mr. and Mrs. Henry Marks, Mrs. Anna Parsons and Allen B. Starcher were on Sandridge Wednesday.

Mr. and Mrs. Allen B. Starcher were at Mt. Zion Wednesday.

Mr. and Mrs. Victor Starcher of Sistersville, W. Va., visited with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Allen B. Starcher, Thursday.

Mr. and Mrs. Denver Starcher and daughter, Loretta and Robert and Gene Nitz, of Barberton, Ohio arrived here Wednesday to visit, Mr. and Mrs.Allen B. Starcher and other relatives.

H.M. Maffett was visiting his son, Rex Thursday.

Roy Bush of Millstone passed through this vicinity , Thursday.

Mr. and Mrs. Woodrow Carpenter and family of Sycamore visited her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Allen B. Starcher, Thursday evening.

Mr. and Mrs. Dee Nitz and grand-daughter were shopping in Spencer Friday.

Guy Nitz of Cabin Ridge, was visiting his son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Rex Maffett Friday.

Pratt Barr of Akron, Ohio spent the week end with his family here.

Those shopping in Grantsville Saturday from here were, Mr. and Mrs. Allen B. Starcher, Mr. and Mrs. Denver Starcher and daughter, Loretta, Melvin Starcher and Gene Nitz.

Henry Marks was shopping at Roy Morgan's store, Saturday.

Daniels Run News
June 13, 1946


Mrs. Esther Gibson of Altizer was visiting her daughter, Mrs. Pratt Barr, Tuesday.

Guy Wood was calling on his uncle and aunt Mr. and Mrs. Guy Nitz, Wednesday.

H.M. Maffett was visiting Henry Marks Wednesday evening.

Melvin Starcher was a business visitor of Ferris Barr, Thursday.

Mr. and Mrs. Allen B. Starcher were shopping in Spencer, Friday.

Mr. and Mrs. Dee Nitz were visitors in Spencer, Friday.

H.M. Maffett sprained his leg while picking cherries, Friday.

Those shopping in Grantsville Saturday from this vicinity were, Mr. and Mrs. Allen B. Starcher, Mrs. Vena Marks, Gene Nitz and Melvin Starcher.

Mr. and Ms. Franklin Vere Price of Altizer were visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Dee Nitz Saturday.

Last week the men of this vicinity were hoeing corn and some were still planting corn.

Daniels Run News
June 20, 1946


Several people from here were at the Log Cabin Park Sunday to see the radio stars from Charleston. It was a very beautiful day for a picnic.

Guy Nitz of Cabin Ridge was calling on his son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Rex Maffett Sunday evening.

Cleon Poling and Paige Downs of Arnoldsburg were calling on Rex Maffett, Sunday evening.

H.M. Maffett was shopping at Roy Morgan's store Tuesday.

Mrs. Vere Price of Altizer was visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Dee Nitz, Thursday.

H.M. Maffett was calling on Victor Everson and family of Sycamore Thursday.

Gene Nitz was visiting his grand-parents Mr. and Mrs. Dee Nitz Thursday.

Mrs. Esther Gibson of Altizer was visiting with her daughter, Mrs. Grace Barr Friday.

Myrtle Marks spent this week with her brother and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Marks.

Mr. and Mrs. Allen B. Starccher and grandson Gene Nitz were shopping in Grantsville Saturday.

Miss Seva Deloris Starcher of Sistersville, was a Saturday night guest of her grand-parents, Mr. and Mrs. Allen B. Starcher.

Daniels Run News
June 27, 1946


Mr. and Mrs. Rex Maffett were Sunday guests of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Guy Nitz of Cabin Ridge.

Mr. and Mrs. Victor Everson and family and Hugh Wright of Sycamore were visiting H. M. Maffett Sunday.

H.M. Maffett was a business visitor in Grantsville Monday.

Mr. and Mrs. Rex Maffett and grand daughter, Judy Carpenter were calling on Mr. Maffett's father H.M. Maffett Thursday.

Roy Bush passed through this vicinity Friday.

Mr. and Mrs. Dee Nitz were shopping in Spencer, Friday.

Guy Wood was on Cabin Ridge Friday.

Mr. and Mrs. Lester Sturms and two sons of Sycamore were visiting H.M. Maffett, Friday.

Allen B. Starcher and grandson, Gene Nitz were shopping in Grantsville, Saturday.

Henry Marks was shopping at Roy Morgan's store Saturday.

Mr. and Mrs. Richard Starcher of Barberton, Ohio artrived here Saturday to visit his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Allen B. Starcher and other relatives.

Mr. and Mrs. Roscoe Carpenter and daughter Janet Rae and Miss Retha Maffett all of Barberton, Ohio arrived here Saturday to visit, Mrs. and Mrs. Rex Maffett and H. M. Maffett.

Daniels Run News
July 4, 1946


Mr. and Mrs. Woodrow Carpenter and family of Sycamore were Sunday guests of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Allen B. Starcher.

H.M. Maffett was calling on Henry Marks Sunday.

Virgil and Verdis White were helping their brother, Henry Marks, hoe corn this week.

Mr. and Mrs. Victor Everson and Hugh Wright of Sycamore were calling on H.M. Maffett.

Miss Justine Starcher arrived here from Sistersville where she is employed to spend a two weeks vacation with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Allen B. Starcher.

Misses Myrtle Marks and Eva Dean Harris spent a few days this week with Mr. and Mrs. Henry Marks.

Mr. and Mrs. Dee Nitz were shopping at Spencer Friday.

Mr. and Mrs. Allen B. Starcher were attending the carnival in Grantsville Friday night.

Miss Nina Starcher of Barberton, Ohio arrived here Saturday to visit her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Allen B. Starcher.

Roscoe Carpenter arrived here from Barberton, Ohio to spend the week end with Mr. and Mrs. Rex Maffett and his wife and daughters.

Daniels Run News
July 11, 1946


Mr. and Mrs. Vere Price of Altizer were Sunday guests of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Dee Nitz.

Mrs. Grace Barr and daughters were visiting her mother, Mrs. Esther Gibson, of Altizer Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. David Gibson of Akron accompanied them home.

Guy Nitz of Cabin Ridge was visiting his son-in-law and daughter , Mr. and Mrs. Rex Maffett , Tuesday.

H.M. Mafett attended a telephone meeting Tuesday night. Mr. Maffett has had a sick horse but it is improving fast at this time.

Melvin Starcher started back to Barberton, Ohio Wednesday where he has been employed for some time.

Virgil and Verdis Marks were visiting at the home of their brother, Henry Marks Wednesday.

Lovel Allen was helping Allen B. Starcher in hay harvest Thursday.

H.M. Maffett, Hatzel Leach and Ferris Barr were all helping Dee Nitz in hay harvest one day this week.

Mr. and Mrs. Dee Nitz were shopping in Spencer Friday.

Mr. and Mrs. Allen B. Starcher and daughter, Nina, were shopping in Grantsville Saturday.

The roads in our vicinity are needing some work done on them. Weeks and brush are growed up bad at the sides of the roads.

Daniels Run News
July 18, 1946


Mr. and Mrs. Rex Maffett and granddaughter, Judy Carpenter were Sunday guests of Mrs. Maffett's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Guy Nitz of Cabin Ridge.

Mr. and Mrs. Vere Price of Altizer were Sunday visitors of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Dee Nitz.

Verdis and Virgil Marks were visiting their brother, Henry Marks, Monday.

Waitman Blake was calling on H.M. Maffett Monday.

Rex Maffett was visiting his father, H.M. Maffett, Monday evening.

Hugh Wright of Sycamore and Shirley Craddock of Altizer were cutting grass for H.M. Maffett, Wednesday and finished Saturday evening.

Mr. and Mrs. Dee Nitz were shopping at Spencer Friday.

Henry Marks was shopping at Roy Morgan's store, Thursday evening.

Harold Allen and Junior Starcher were helping Allen B. Starcher in hay harvest this past week.

Mr. and Mrs. Denver Starcher and daughter, Loretta, Of Barberton, Ohio spent Friday night with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Allen B. Starcher.

Daniels Run News
July 25, 1946


The state was working our roads in this vicinity this week and we certainly do appreciate it very much. Our roads are much better now.

Mr. and Mrs. Guy Wood and son and Mrs. Lester Booher and son, Donald were visiting Mrs. Ferris Barr Tuesday.

Guy Nitz was visiting Mr. and Mrs. Rex Mafett Tuesday.

Dee Nitz was calling on H.M. Maffett, Tuesday.

Misses Emma and Joyce Nester were visiting their aunt, Mrs. Rex Maffett Wednesday.

H.M. Maffett was shopping at Roy Morgan's store Wednesday.

Harold Allen and Junior Starcher were helping Allen B. Starcher in hay harvest this week.

Grelly Nitz and son Allen of Barberton, Ohio arrived here Thursday to visit relatives and to make arrangements to move his family on his farm on sinking Springs Monday.

Mr. and Mrs. Dee Nitz and daughter, Mrs. Vere Prece were shopping in Spencer Friday.

Mr. and Mrs. Allen B. Starcher were shopping in Grantsville Saturday.
Daniels Run News
August 1, 1946


Mr. and Mrs. Rex Maffett and grand daughter, Julian Jean Carpenter were visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Guy Nitz Sunday.

Hatzel Leach was visiting H.M. Maffett Sunday evening.

Guy Wood, Henry arks, Denver Naylor and Lov Starcher were shopping at Roy Morgan's store Monday.

Russell Nester and son, James of Cabin ridge were visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. A.M. Nester Monday evening.

The main attraction of Daniels run this week was the Construction Co. making roads. They are benefiting the farmers a lot by making good roads on their farms.

There was a load of Government lime hauled on Allen B. Starcher's farm this week.

H.M. Maffett was shopping at Roy Morgan's store Tuesday.

Mr. and Mrs. Greely Nitz spent Tuesday night with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Dee Nitz.

Ferris Barr was calling on H.M. Maffett Wednesday.

Those that were in Spencer Friday from here are: Mr. and Mrs. Dee Nitz, Mr. and Mrs. Fenton Nitz and son, Mr. Allen B. Starcher and Mr. Greely Nitz.

Virgil and Verdis Marks were visiting their brother Henry Marks Friday.

Miss Emma Nester of Cabin Ridge was selling pictures in this vicinity Saturday and spent Saturday night with her aunt, Mrs. Rex Maffett.

Mr5. T.A. Wood of Stumptown was visiting his son Guy Saturday.

Those shopping at Grantsville Saturday from this vicinity were, Mr. and Mrs. Allen B. Starcher and grandson Robert Nitz, Mrs. Anna Parsons, Mrs. Coy Rader and Mrs. Henry Marks.

Coy Rader caught a cat fish weighing 16 pouinds Saturday morning. Mr. Rader is the champion fisherman of Daniels Run.

Wesley Nester was working for the State Road Commission Saturday cutting brush along the sides of our couinty road.

Paul Leach and James Nester were working in hay on Denzil Leach's farm Saturday.

Daniel's Run News
August 15, 1946


To the Mothers of War 1 also The Gold Star Mothers of war 1 and II: You are invited to a reception in your honor at the American Legion Hall on Sunday September 15 from 2 until 4 o'clock.

Please reply to Mrs. Grace Snyder, Grantsville.

Mr. and Mrs. Rex Maffett and grand daughter Judy Carpenter were Sunday guests of Mrs. Maffett's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Guy Nitz of Cabin ridge.

Mr. and Mrs. Franklin Vere Price were Sunday visitors of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Dee Nitz.

Victor Starcher of Sistersville and his father-in-law, Mr. Smith of Grantsville, were visiting Mr. Starcher's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Allen B. Starcher Sunday evening.

H.M. Maffett was calling on his son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Rex Maffett Sunday evening.

There were only 39 voter's turned out for the primary election at the Craddock School house Tuesday.

A 9 pound son was born to Mr. and Mrs. Denver Naylor August 6. This is their first child. Dr. Smith of Spencer was the attending physician.

Mrs. Lester Booher and son, Donald, were Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ferris Barr.

H.M. Maffett was shopping at Roy Morgan's store, Thursday.

Mr. and Mrs. Dee Nitz were shopping in Spencer Friday.

Guy Nitz of Cabin Ridge was at his son-in-law's Rex Maffett Friday.

Romero Wood of Stumptown was in this vicinity Friday visiting relatives.

Mr. and Mrs. Guy Wood and son were visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Lester Booher Friday evening.

H.M. Maffett was calling on Mr. and Mrs. Carrie Reed, Friday evening.

Mrs. Hattie Booher and son, Donald were visiting Mrs. Allen B. Starcher Saturday.

Mr. And Mrs. Allen B. Starcher and Mrs. Henry Marks, Mrs. Grelly Nitz and children were all shopping in Grantsville Saturday.

Misses Emma and Susie Nester of Cabin ridge spent Saturday night with relatives in this vicinity.

Rev. Albert Poling of Sandridge held a meeting at the Daniel's Run school house Saturday night.

Paula McCoy, Norma Murl Nitz and Gene and Donald Nitz all spent Saturday night with their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Allen B. Starcher.

Daniel's Run News
August 23, 1946


Mr. and Mrs. Roscoe Carpenter and daughter, Janet Rae, of Barberton, spent the week end with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Rex Maffett and other relatives.

Mrs. Esther Gibson of Altizer was the Sunday guest of her son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Pratt Barr.

Mr. and Mrs. Gene Starcher of Cabin Ridge were visiting here Sunday.

Mr. and Mrs. Pratt Barr's baby daughter has been ill.

Mr. and Mrs. Allen B. Starcher had as their guests Tuesday their daughter, Mrs. Woodrow Carpenter, and children of Sycamore.

Mrs. Holly Nester and Mrs. Bud Birch were shopping at Roy Morgan's store Tuesday.

H.M. Maffett was calling at the home of Frank Burns Tuesday.

Guy Nitz was calling on his son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Rex Maffett, Wednesday.

Allen B. Starcher gathered part of his potatoes Wednesday. He was assisted by Henry Marks and his three grandson's, Robert, Allen and Gene Nitz.

Mrs. Esther Gibson was visiting Mr. an Mrs. Pratt Barr Friday.

James Nester was visiting relatives here Saturday.

We had a rain here Friday and Saturday but corn crops are already damaged by dry weather.

Daniel's Run News
August 29, 1946


Mrs. Esther Gibson was the Sunday guest of her son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Pratt Barr.

Mrs. Hattie Booher and son, Donald, were visiting Mr. and Mrs. Russell Nester of Cabin Ridge Monday.

Miss Joyce Nester returned to her home Monday evening after spending a few days visiting her aunt, Mrs. Rex Maffet. She is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Russell Nester.

Mr. and Mrs. Delbert Starcher and daughter, Leah, of Barberton arrived here Monday to visit his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Allen B. Starcher, and other relatives.

Mrs. Ralph Maffet and daughters, Opal , Jean, and Glen of Little Hocking spent this week visiting relatives here.

Rex Maffett and Othel Starcher were at Arnoldsburg Tuesday.

Carrie Reed went to Cleveland after a load of furniture Tuesday.

Romero Wood of Stumptown was calling on his brother and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Guy Wood, Wednesday.

Henry Marks has been ill with tonsillitis this week.

Harold Allen sold his car to Perry Hays of Arnoldsburg this week.
Miss Myrtle Marks is visiting her brother and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Marks at this writing.

Those shopping in Spencer Friday were Mr. and Mrs. Dee Nitz and daughters, Mrs. Vere Price, Mr. H.M. Maffet, Rex Maffett and Carrie Reed.

Mrs. Bertie Price and two granddaughters of Leatherbark were Friday night guests of Mrs. Prices' son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Allen B. Starcher.

Mr. and Mrs. Richard Starcher of Barberton arrived here Friday night to visit his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Allen B. starcher and other relatives.

Mr. and Mrs. Allen B. Starcher were shopping in Grantsville Saturday.

Daniels Run News
September 13, 1946


Mr. and Mrs. Victor Starcher and daughters of Sistersville, were Sunday guests of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Allen B. Starcher. Miss Justine Starcher accompanied them here where she will visit with her parents before leaving to enter college.

Pratt Barr was visiting with Allen B. Starcher Sunday evening.

Lant Mollohan passed through this vicinity Monday.

Rex Maffett and Carrie Reed were helping H.N. Maffett in the hay harvest this week.

Hatzel Leach was calling on Allen Starcher Monday evening.

"Chuff" Stockwell and family of Richwood were visiting in this vicinity this week.

Emma Nester was visiting her aunt, Mrs. Rex Maffett Tuesday.

Miss Ruby Smith of Spencer was visiting her grandmother, Mrs. Anna Parsons, and her aunt, Mrs. Henry Marks, Wednesday.

Victor Everson of Sycamore, was calling on H.M. Maffett Wednesday.

Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Queen of Cleveland were Wednesday night guests of her mother, Mrs. Anna Parsons, and sister, Mrs. Henry Marks.

Rex Maffett was in Spencer Wednesday evening.

Those that were in Spencer Friday shopping and attending the Livestock sale were Mr. and Mrs. Dee Nitz, Mr. and Mrs. Allen B. Starcher and daughter, Justine and Rex Maffett and Carrie Reed.

Guy Nitz of Cabin Ridge was visiting his daughter, Mrs. Rex Maffett, Friday.

Romero Wood of Stumptown was visiting his brother and sister in law, Mr. and Mrs. Guy Wood, Friday.

H.M. Maffett was at Millstone Saturday.

Mr. and Mrs. Vere Price of Altizer were Saturday night guests of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Dee Nitz.

Those shopping in Grantsville Saturday were Mrs. and Mrs. Allen B. Starcher, Mrs. Coy Rader and son, Charles, Mrs. Greely Nitz and children Norma Murl, Allen and Gene and Harold Allen.

Paula McCoy and Allen Nitz were Saturday night guests of their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Allen B. Starcher.

Daniels Run News
September 19, 1946


Miss Ester Gibson of Altizer was visiting her daughter, Mrs. Pratt Barr, Sunday.

Guy Nitz of Cabin Ridge was calling on his son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Rex Maffett, Monday.

H.M. Maffett was shopping at Mt. Zion Monday.

Mrs. Vena Marks was ill this week with tonsillitis, but is better at this writing.

Allen B. Starcher was in Grantsvillle Wednesday.

Russell Nester of Cabin ridge shod a horse for H.M. Maffett Thursday.

Mr. and Mrs. Vere Price were visiting her parents , Mr. and Mrs. Dee Nitz, Saturday.

Mrs. Esther Gibson of Altizer was calling on her daughter, Mrs. Pratt Barr, Saturday.

Those shopping in Grantsville Saturday from here were Mrs. Lester Booher, and son, Donald, Ilene Allen and Mr. and Mrs. Allen B. Starcher and daughter, Justine.

Daniels Run News
October 10, 1946


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Mr. and Mrs. Victor Starcher and daughters of Sistersville, and Mrs. Opal Nitz and children of Sycamore were all visiting Mr. and Mrs. Allen B. Starcher Sunday.

Miss Justine Starcher left Sunday for Montgomery, to enter college. She is the youngest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Allen Starcher.

Verdis and Virgil Marks were visiting their brother, Henry Marks, Sunday.

Mr. and Mrs. French Starcher and Mr. And Mrs. Gene Starcher of Cabin Ridge were visiting in this vicinity Sunday.

Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Maffett and daughter, Murl, and friend of Little Hocking, O. were visiting here Sunday.

Mrs. Clara Hopkins and daughter and son-in-law of Parkersburg were visiting relatives here Sunday.

Allen B. Starcher attended the singing convention at the Mt. Zion church and he reported a large crowd.

Dee Nitz sold some chickens Tuesday.

Allen B. Starcher was a business caller in Spencer Tuesday.

Miss Susie Nester of Cabin Ridge was Tuesday night guest of her aunt, Mrs. Rex Maffett.

Mrs. Pratt Barr had as her guests Thursday her mother, Mrs. Esther Gibson, and her sister-in-law, Mrs. Lovel Allen.

H.M. Maffett was shopping at Roy Morgan's store Thursday.

Roy Morgan was in our vicinity Thursday.

Mr. and Mrs. Vere Price of Altizer were visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Dee Nitz, Thursday evening.

H.M. Maffett was calling on Russel Nester Friday.

Mr. and Mrs. Dee Nitz were shopping in Spencer Friday.

Several people from this section were attending the Democratic convention at Arnoldsburg Saturday.

Mr. and Mrs. Allen B. Starcher and grandson, Robert Nitz, were shopping in Grantsville Saturday.

Rex Maffett and Carrie Reed were calling on Russell Nester Saturday.

Miss Kitty Barr was calling on her grandmother, Mrs. Esther Gibson, Saturday.

Mr. and Mrs. Woodrow Carpenter and children of Sycamore were visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Allen B. Starcher, Saturday.

Daniels Run News
October 24, 1946


Miss Justine Starcher arrived here to visit her parents Friday evening. She is attending college at Montgomery, West Va. She is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Allen B. Starcher.

Mr. and Mrs. Rex Maffett was Sunday guests of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Guy Nitz of Cabin Ridge.

Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Starcher was calling on Mr. and Mrs. Henry Marks Sunday.

Myrtle and Vertis Marks was Sunday night guests of their brother and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Marks.

Densmore Boyles was bailing hay for Allen B. Starcher and H.M. Maffett Thursday.

H.M. Maffett was calling on Lester Booher Friday.

Guy Wood was a business visitor in Grantsville Friday.

Allen B. Starcher was attending the Livestock sale in Spencer Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Rufe Mace had a sale at their farm here Saturday.

Those shopping in Grantsville Saturday were Mr. and Mrs. Allen B. Starcher, Mrs. Anna Parsons and Mrs. Henry Marks.

Daniels Run News
November 7, 1946


H.M. Maffett was visiting Russell Nester Sunday.

Mr. and Mrs. Rex Maffett were guests of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Guy Nitz, of Cabin Ridge Sunday.

H.M. Maffett butchered a nice hog for George Craddock Monday.

Denver Starcher of Sistersville was Thursday night guest of his parents, Mr. and Mrs Allen B. Starcher.

Miss Justine Starcher of Montgomery arrived here to spend a few days with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Allen B. Starcher.

Rex Maffett and Harold Allen hauled a load of wood from Ferris Barrs farm Tuesday.

Mr. and Mrs Russell Nester and son was visiting relative here Wednesday.

Allen B. Starcher was a business caller on Sand Ridge Wednesday.

Mr. and Mrs. Vere Price of Altizer was visiting with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Dee Nitz.

Carl Starcher of Sycamore was visiting H.M. Maffett Thursday.

Allen B. Starcher traded fox hounds with Lonzo Wilson Thursday night.

H.M. Maffett was a visitor in Grantsville Friday.

Mr. and Mrs. Dee Nitz were callers in Spencer Friday.

Mr. and Mrs. Denver Naylor and small son of Barberton arrived here Friday night to visit relatives for a few days.

Carr Gunn and Lovel Allen were in Grantsville Friday night.

Those shopping in Grantsville from this vicinity Saturday were Mr. and Mrs. Allen B. Starcher, Mrs. Opal Nitz and daughter, Norma Murl, Mrs. Anna Parsons, Mrs. Henry Marks, and Lovel Allen.

George Craddock was calling on Henry Marks Saturday evening.

H.M. Maffett attended the sale of Scott Burns at Sand Ridge Saturday.

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MIss Susie Nester was Sunday guest of her aunt , Mrs. Rex Maffet.

George Craddock was calling on Henry Marks Monday.

Mrs. Lester Booher was shopping at Roy Morgan's store and calling on Mrs. Ferrell Gibson Tuesday.

Mrs. Anna Parsons and Mrs. Vena Marks were visiting with Mrs. George Craddock Tuesday.

H.M. Maffett was calling on his son Rex, Tuesday.

Allen B. Starcher was in Grantsville Thursday.

Those that was in Spencer Friday from here were Mr. and Mrs. Dee Nitz, Mr. and Mrs. Allen B. Starcher, H.M. Maffett and son, Rex, and Carrie Reed.

Mrs. Pratt Barr was shopping at Roy Morgan's store and visiting her mother, Mrs. Ester Gibson Saturday.

Mrs. Maud Gainer was over night guest of Mr. and Mrs. Allen B. Starcher one night this past week.

Mr. and Mrs Allen B. Starcher and daughter, Mrs. Opal Nitz, and children were all shopping in Grantsville Saturday.

Mrs. Rose Stemple and children of Little Hocking , Ohio was Saturday guests of relatives here.

Miss Starcher Is Bride Of Claude Boatright
November 14, 1946


Announcement is being made of the marriage of Miss Nina Starcher, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Allen B. Starcher, of Millstone and Mr. Claude L. Boatright, son of Mr. and Mrs. Gay Boatright of Sand Ridge, which took place in Akron November 2 at 9:30 a.m. with Rev. Winifred Dague officiating with the single ring ceremony.

The bride, given in marriage by her brother, Mr. Delbert Starcher, wore a street length dress of pink wool with brown accessories and a shoulder corsage of gardenias and pink rosebuds. Her only jewelry was a pearl necklace with matching earrings. She wore the traditional something old, something new, something borrowed, something blue and a penny in her shoe for good luck.

Attending the couple were Mr. and Mrs. Delbert Starcher, brother and sister-in-law of the bride, and Miss Leah Ruth Starcher,. Mrs. Delbert Starcher is also the aunt of the bridegroom.

Mrs. Boatright attended Calhoun high school and for the past two years she has been employed in Barberton, Ohio.

Mr. Boatright is a graduate of Calhoun high school and has served 30 months in the navy. Since his discharge he has been employed at the Ohio Brass Co. in Barberton.

The young couple will reside in Barberton.

Daniels Run News
November 14, 1946


Mr. and Mrs. Claud Boatright of Barberton arrived here Sunday to visit their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Allen B. Starcher and Mr. and Mrs. Gay Boatright. Mr. and Mrs. Boatright were recently married and were given an old fashion serenade at her parents home Monday night. We wish them much happiness.

Glen Cogar and Allen B. Starcher were calling on H.M. Maffett Sunday.

Mr. and Mrs. Brown Craddock and H.M. Maffet were visiting Mr. and Mrs. George Craddock Sunday.

Those who were Sunday visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Allen B. Starcher were Mr. and Mrs. Claud Boatright, Mr. and Mrs. Woodrow Carpenter and family, Mrs. Greely Nitz and children, Mr. and Mrs. Victor Starcher and daughters of Sistersville, W. Va., Mr. and Mrs . Glen Cogar and Oran Wagner.

Frank Campbell of Sycamore was calling on H.M. Maffet Monday.

Election was the excitement of the day Tuesday.

Miss Justine Starcher returned to Montgomery Tuesday where she attends college after spending a few days with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Allen B. Starcher.

Paul Leach was calling on H.M. Maffet Tuesday.

Mr. and Mrs. Allen B. Starcher bought two pigs of Robert Baily Wednesday.

Guy Nitz was visiting his son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Rex Maffet Friday.

Henry Marks was hauling wood from the Ferris Barr farm Friday.

Mr. and Mrs. Dee Nitz was shopping in Spencer Friday.

Allen B. Starcher was a business visitor in Spencer Friday.

Mr. and Mrs. George Craddock had a sale at their farm here Saturday. H.M. Maffet was the auctioneer and Lovel Allen was secretary. A large crowd attended.

Mr. and Mrs. Allen B. Starcher were shopping in Grantsville Saturday.

Daniels Run News
November 21, 1946


Ferris Barr was calling on Allen B. Starcher Sunday.

Mr. and Mrs. Vere Price of Altizer were Sunday guests of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Dee Nitz.

Virgil Marks of Sand Ridge was visiting his brother and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Marks, Sunday.

Denver Starcher of Sistersville was the Sunday night guests of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Allen B. Starcher. He was accompanied home by his mother who spent a few days visiting her son, Victor Starcher and Family.

Henry Marks and Allen B. Starcher were shopping at Roy Morgan's store Monday evening.

Guy Nitz of Cabin Ridge was visiting his son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Rex Maffett, Tuesday.

Carrie Reed was at Guy Nitz's Wednesday.

Allen B. Starcher and Henry Marks were working for Greely Nitz of Sinking Springs Wednesday.

H.M. Maffett butchered a hog for Carrie Reed, Lester Booher and Guy Nitz Thursday.

Mr. and Mrs. Greely Nitz and Mrs. Allen B. Starcher were shopping in Parkersburg Friday.

Mr. and Mrs. Dee Nitz were shopping in Spencer Friday.

Verdis Marks was visiting his brother Henry Marks Saturday.

Mr. and Mrs. Russell Nester and daughter Joyce were visiting relatives here, Saturday.

Norma Muriel and Gene Nitz were Saturday night guests of their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Allen B. Starcher.

H.M. Maffett traded horses with Louis Church of Sycamore, Saturday.

Rex Maffett was wiring J.F. Allen's store for electric Saturday.

Paul Leach lost a good horse Friday night.

Daniels Run News
December 5, 1946


Mrs. Guy Nitz was the Sunday guest of her son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Rex Maffet.

Mrs. Pratt Barr had as her guest Sunday her mother, Mrs. Esther Gibson.

Allen B. Starcher was calling on H.M. Maffet Sunday.

H.M. Maffet was visiting Bud Burch Sunday evening.

Wesley Nester and H.M. Maffet and A.M. Nester butchered two hogs for Luther Booher Monday.

Allen B. Starcher butchered two nice hogs Tuesday. He was assisted by Henry Marks and H.M. Maffet.

Romero Wood was visiting his brother Guy Wood Wednesday.

Mr. and Mrs Vere Price of Altizer was visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Dee Nitz Wednesday.

Henry Marks was visiting his brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Harris of Millstone Wednesday.

Mr. and Mrs. Allen B. Starcher had as their guests Thursday Mrs. Woodrow Carpenter and family of Sycamore, Denver Starcher and daughter Loretta of Sistersville and Robert and Allen Nitz.

Mr. and Mrs. Rex Maffet was visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Guy Nitz of Cabin Ridge Thursday.

Mr. and Mrs. Dee Nitz was shopping in Spencer Friday.

Miss Ruby Smith of Spencer was the Friday night guest of her aunt, Mrs. Henry Marks.

Mr. and Mrs. Allen B. Starcher was shopping in Grantsville Saturday.

Daniels Run News
December 12, 1946


H.M. Maffett was a Sunday night guest of Hugh Wright of Sycamore.

Mrs. Esther Gibson of Altizer was Sunday guest of her son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Pratt Barr.

Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Harris and daughter, of Millstone were visiting her brother and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Marks, Sunday.

Mr. and Mrs. Allen B. Starcher were visiting her mother, Mrs. Bertie Price of Letherbark Sunday.

Mr. and Mrs. Woodrow Carpenter and family of Sycamore were visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Allen B. Starcher Monday evening.

Mrs. Ester Gibson and sons, David and Delbert were Tuesday night guests of her daughter, Mrs. Pratt Barr.

H.M. Maffett has certainly been a busy man this past week butchering for people.

Guy Nitz of Cabin Ridge was visiting Mr. and Mrs. Rex Maffet, Wednesday.

Mrs. Anna Parsons and Mrs. Vena Marks was shopping at Roy Morgans store Friday.

Guy Wood was visiting Forrest Craddock and also shopping at Roy Morgans store Friday.

Forrest Craddock is remodeling his home he recently purchased of Mr. and Mrs George Craddock.

Mr. and Mrs. Allen B. Starcher and daughter, Justine were shopping in Spencer Friday.

Mr. and Mrs. Dee Nitz were callers in Spencer Friday.

Mrs. Pratt Barr was shopping at Roiy Morgans store Saturday and also visiting her mother, Mrs. Esther Gibson.

Mr. and Mrs. Allen B. Starcher were shopping in Grantsville Saturday.

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