The Daily Reporter from Dover, Ohio on March 19, 1965 · Page 7
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Dover, Ohio
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Friday, March 19, 1965
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Baltic Lent Services Slated Tuesday Night Planning Unit flttr flettMi lflaral»ta Mtft^t^.u. ** --.. . . _ . ^i _* «eV Members Meet »y Mrs. Virginia __ telephone M7-M34 BALTIC — Community Lenten Services will be held in The Church of The Brethern Tuesday night at 7:30. Rev. H. A. Hartman will be the speaker. Lions Club will meet Monday night at 6:15 In Busy Bee Restaurant. American Legion Post 679 will meet Monday night at 7:30 in the Post Home. A birthday party was held recently in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Wayne Eiler in honor of their daughter, Pamela Jo, who was 6. Guests were Mrs. Margaret Olinger, Randy Lonnie, Timmy, and Donnie 01- Inger, Mrs. Wayne Baab, Lorraine and Cindy Baab, Mrs. Lillian Crile and son Bruce, Keith, Lynn, and LuAnne Eiler. Refreshments were served by Mrs. Eiler, assisted by Mrs. 01- inger. Berlin Sesqui Stone Creek Honors Gained By 92 Students By Cynthia Kughler. Telephone 3-4709 STONE CREEK - The Honor Roll for the fourth 6 weeks at Stone Creek School lists 92 students in grades 1-12. They are: 1st Grade — Ricky Beitzel, Cynthia Christner, Timmy Clark, Tony Flory, Ricky Denzer, Matthew Gasser, Tim Higgins, Jimmy Lorenz, Denise Pd- land and Emmy Lou Popa. 2nd Grade — Sherry Arbogast, Penny Brown, Dale Buss, Julie Doolin, Joeleen Hawkins, Judy Heck, Becky Herron, Greg Hoffman, Harold Hunt, Larry Larson, Linda Myers, Marlene Orr, Sandra Raber, Luanne Shull, William Shuman, and Connie Syler. 3rd Grade — Cathy Felgenhauer, Cathy Geiger; Jane Hawk, Ruth Higgins, Pamela Long, Randy Mattison, Maria Orr and Robert Shuman. 4th Grade — James Kerr, Linda Kilchenman, Cynthia Larson, Gladys Mattison, Janet Myers, John Myers, Melanie Mizer, Bradley Shull and Harold Wher- Jey Jr. 5th Grade — Bradley Gasser, Linda Hanni, Kenneth Hawkins, Jr., Daniel Mizer, Glenn Mutti and Gale Schlafly. 6th Grade — Randy Endlich, Rodney Hanni, Sam Raber, Beth Ann Day, Christine Gasser, Christine Wenger, Jim Scott and Terry Wallace. 7th Grade — Susan Ellwood, Carol Turner and Jeffrey Mizer, 8th Grade — Diana Gasser, Vivian Finzer, Debbie Oglesby and,Connie Zimmerly. 9th Grade — Connie Weber, Marianne Turner, Phyllis Helmreich, Carol Fisher and Robert Arnold. 10th Grade — Holly Haines, Nannette Turner, Martha Mutti, Steve Hanni, Sue Lanzer, Sandy Syler, John Bihari and Jim liisrich. llth Grade — Jennifer Buehler, Thomas Burner, Ann Cramer, Diane Deibel, Renetta Kughler and Vickie Raber. 12th Grade — Howard Cronebaugh, Judy Doll, Cynthia Kughler, Patty Lahmers, Nancy Lorenz, Linda Mizer, Mary Mizer, Vic Turner and Jim Wherley. The Stone Creek Jefferson Grange is honoring the basketball team, cheerleaders, and coach with a supper Tuesday at 7:30 p.m. at the grange hall. Infants baptized in United Church of Christ Sunday were Elaine Clark Krebs, of RD 1, here, and Patricia Ann Gerber, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Gary Gerber of Wadsworth. Dinner guests In the home of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Andrews Sunday were: Mrs. Edith Gerber, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Gerber and Dick, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Kutcher of Dover, Mrs. Iva Andrews of Wilmot, and Mr. and Mrs. Gary Gerber and Patricia Ann of Wadsworth. Ladies Aid of the Church of The Brethern held an all-day quilting bee in the church Wednesday. Devotions were led by Mrs. Juanita Snyder who also gave several readings. The business meeting was in charge of Mrs. Edith Fair. Hostesses for the day were Mrs. Snyder and Mrs. Raymond Galbraith, who served refreshments at noon. Women's Study Club met Wednesday night in the home of Mrs. Thelma Miller with 15 members and 1 guest present. Roll call was answered by a 1-minute book report. Scripture reading was given by Mary Helen Levengood and the club creed was repeated in unison. The business meeting was presided over by Mrs. Donna Croft. It was decided to go to the Little Theatre's production of the "Sound Of Music," which will be presented in June. A Community Club report was was given by Mrs. Ruth Schu- bacher reported that the club will sponsor Eileen Toland to Buckeye Girl's State. Mrs. Grace Good was guest speaker and gave "a book report on "That Certain Something." Officers elected are: Mary Helen Levengood, president; Juanita Synder, vice president; Mrs. lona Miller, secretary, and Esther Burger, assistant, and Mrs. Ruth Schumaker, treasurer, and Mrs. Peggy Ott, assistant. An auction was held with Mrs. Schumaker as auctioneer. Proceeds totaled $18. A St. Patrick's Day theme was carried out when lunch was served by Mrs. Thelma Miller. By Mrs. Dclmcr Hecker BERLIN — The Sesquecenten- nial planning committee met recently in the school with Dr. Waive Boyde, president, in charge. Mrs. .Dallas Alberts, Mrs. Gene Gerber and Mrs. Esther Mast were named to the program committee and the Promoters Club was appointed to be in charge of food con- concessions, rides and souvenir stands. A sale of homemade quilts was discussed. It was suggested local groups make the quilts, featuring the sesquicentennial souvenir design selected by Stanly Kauffman, Mrs. Oscar Mil ler and Anson Carpenter. Anyone with historical relics or knowledge of them is asked to contact Wilbur Miller of RD 5, MlUersburg. The May 13 meeting will be in the school. Ruth Hunt of Dover, missionary to Africa, will show color slides and curios at the First Baptist Church Sunday at 7:30 p.m. Rev. Earl E. Miller will continue his sermons on Prophecy at the morning worship service. The MYF of the Mennonite Church met recently in the church. Entertainment was planned by Terry Zuercher and Don Yutzy. Refreshments were served by Vesta Raber and Brodley Boyd. Dan J. Mast led the worship services when the Prayer am Bible Study group met recent ly. Mrs. Roy Mullet was the song leader and Melvin Mulle was in charge of the Bible study of Hebrews 3. Terry Zuercher will lead the Sunday night services on the theme of Lent. Roy Miller wil give the pros and cons on th History and Period of Lent. Rog er Dunn and Herman .Troyer also will speak on Lent. Song leader and in charge o special music is Mrs. Ralpl Troyer. Pre-school children wil be in charge of Mrs. Carl Max well; grades 1 through 3, Mrs Henry Stutzman and grades through 6, Mrs. Howard Kaser The Junior Chorus will prac tice Wednesday night at th church. Rev. Lawrence Mech will, speaker. be The Junior Class will sponsor a steak supper Saturday in the school with serving from 5 to 8 p.m. Recent visitors: The George Arbogasts and the Eugene Sul- zeners of here with the Harold Snyders at Baltic, and John Kughler and Renetta of here with Mrs. Robert Everett and family at Dover. Port Chamber Holds Meeting By Mrs.' Fred Linard Telephone HY 8-8040 PORT WASHINGTON Chamber of Commerce met Wednesday night in St. Paul's Church with 8 members present. Tom Nastoff and George Fillman prepared the dinner. Milton Gassett gave a report on the Community Improvement Corp. meeting held March 2 in Steubenville. Mayor Elwood Couts reported on problem. Paul Glazer and Couts will prepare the meal for the next meeting April 14 at 6:30 p.m. in St. Paul's Church. Mrs. Feme Gallion, president, presided when the Blue Star Mothers met Monday night with 11 members present. Plans were completed for the cancer drive to be held the first week in April. Doris Kail won the wonder box. Next session will be April 19. Food, clothing and shoes are needed for the 200 to 300 migrant summertime workers near Ada. Anyone having summer clothes for men, women and children and would like to help should contact Mrs. Y.M.C.A i Activities! 8:00 Newsboys' and working boys' ym. 6:00 Membership gym for junloi igh boys. 7:00 Mineral City Methodist Junor high class swim; open gym (or enior high boys. 7:30 Club Co-ed. 9:00 Open gym for men. SATURDAY 7:30 Junior and Intermediate wim teams leave for champion- hip meet at Columbus. 9:00 Girls' fish, flying fish and hark class. 9:45 Girls' tadpole and minnow lass: gym class for 2nd, 3rd and ith Grade boys. 19:30 Dip for 2nd. 3rd and 4th Zrade boys; gym class for Sth and «th Grade boys. 11:15 Dip for Sth and 6th Grade boys; junior high boys' gym class. 12:00 Open swim for Junior high Honored At East Sparta On Anniversary By Mrs. Beatrice Evans Telephone 8M-2793 EAST SPARTA - Mr. and Mrs. Earl Slutz of Magnolia were hosts for a family dinner n honor of the 40th wedding anniversary of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles W. Slutz. boys and membership gym. 1:30 Open gym for junior high 2:30 Open swim for junior high boys and membership gym. 4:00 Open gym for senior hig'h x>ys and men; Scuba Club meet in ihe pool, 7:30 Club Co-ed. Damage Suit Retrial Set A $15,000 damage suit will be retried by a Common Pleas !ourt jury at 9:30 a.m. Monday. the Fifth District Court of Appeals last June reversed a ury verdict against William R L,ehman of 440 S. McKinley Ave., Newcomerstown, forcing lim to pay $7,500 damages to lis mother-in-law, Mrs. Helen Mardis of 321 Canal St., New comerstown. The money was awarded on Oct. 11, 1963, to Mrs. Mardis who had asked for $15,000. She claimed she suffered indefinite ly crippling injuries on Apri 1, 1961, when she fell from a chair while trying to arrang dishes in a cupboard in Leh man's home. Lehman appealed the verdict and the Appellate Court revers ed the jury's judgment and or dered a new trial. The higher court found ar error of law in Judge Raymoni Rice's refdsal "to give to th jury, before argument, certai: written indications on matter of law requested by the defend ant." WBA members had a dinner meeting in Cross Road Restau- ant with Mrs. Ethel Tischon, district manager, and Mrs. Anne Rainey of Akron as guests, A business meeting fol owed in the Legion Home. Mrs. Minnie Manges of Magnolia visited with Mr. and Mrs. James Manges and daughters here. Mrs. Clyde Walters of Canton visited recently with Mrs. Bea trice Evans at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Brick. Mrs. Annie PricB of Canton and Thomas Price of Wellsville were guests of Mrs. Beatrice Evans last week. Mrs. Barbara Tanner of Lexington, Ky., was a weekend guest of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Davis. Mrs. Loren Mizer attended the recent Home and Flower Show in Cleveland. Mr. and Mrs. Max Miller of 6939 East Sparta Ave. SE, son, born March 3 in Timken Mercy Hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Joiner of 6655 Pleasant Lake Drive, son, born March 1 in Timken Mercy Hospital. P«f« 7, TW Heperier, Detet, Otrit Frifcft Mattt If, INS By THE ASSOCIATED Today is Friday, March 19, the 78th day of 1965. There are 187 days left in the year. Today's Highlights On this date in 1920, the Sennate rejected the Versailles Peace Treaty and Its accompanying League of Nations. On This Date: In 1760, the General Court of Massachusetts issued a cftll for thfe First cdngress of the American colonies. In 1860, William Jennings Bryan was born. In 1898, the battleship Oregon began its historic voyage around Cape Horn. In 1928, Col. bergh received Charles Lind the Woodrow Wilson Foundation's medal and $25,000 peabe award. In 1941, the United States and Canada signed a treaty to develop the Great Lakes-St. Law* rence Seaway for defense pur* poses. Ten y«ars ago — France reported a new agreement to give West Germany a greater share in economic activities in the Ruhr Valley. Five years ago-The NAACP announced plans for the legal defense of more than 1,000 Nein civil rights throughout the groes arrested demonstrations South. One year ago — President Johnson asked Congress for $3.4 billion in foreign aid. 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(AP) The United States plans a nuclear test in Alaska late this year to enable it to detect the difference between underground atomic tests and natural earthquakes, the Seattle Post-Intelli- gencer said today in a copyright story. The newspaper said it learned the test would be set off at a depth of between 2,000 and 3,000 feet on barren Amchitka Island, near the end of toe Aleutian island chain which separates the north Pacific and the Bering Sea. No exact date was mentioned. It would be toe first explosion of an atomic device in the 49th FBI Arrests 3 For TV Thefts COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP)-The FBI has climaxed a 1^-year investigation of the theft of 13 television sets from a railroad car here by arresting three young Columbus men and charging three other men. Arrested here Thursday were Albert Costello Culver, 22, and Robert Gene Albert and Frank Pannell, both 19. The three men charged in the case" Thursday all are serving prison sentences on other convictions. 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