Joseph Calladine is among the representative business men of Leetonia, where he is identified with the Acme
Cultivator Company as secretary, treasurer and general manager. He was born in Washingtonville, Columbiana County,
March 15, 1882, and is the son of Joseph and Eliza (Boston) Calladine, both deceased.
After completing his schooling in Salem, Joseph Calladine learned the stove mounting trade and was later employed
by the Buckeye Engine Company, where he learned the machinist's trade. He was then connected with the W. J. Clarke
Company of Salem for 19 years, the E. W. Bliss Company of Salem for three years, after which he became identified
with the Aeme Cultivator Company.
On April 2, 1904, Mr. Calladine was united in marriage with Miss Nellie M. Nold, the daughter of Aipheus and Belle
Nold, of Salem. They have a daughter, Florence.
Mr. Calladine is a Republican, a member of the Methodist Episcopal Church, and is affiliated with the Masonic Lodge.
He also belongs to the Salem Country Club.
The Acme Cultivator Company, which is incorporated for $50,000, is among the widely known industrial enterprises
of Columbiana County. Its officers are: C. E. Greenamyer, president; C. J. Spotholt, vice president; and Mr. Calladine,
secretary, treasurer and general manager. The company's annual output is approximately 125 machines, which are
sold at the price of $190.00 each. The plant occupies a modern factory building on West Main Street, Leetonia.
History of Columbiana County, Ohio
By: Harold B. Barth
Historical Publishing Company
Columbiana County, Ohio Biographies
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