The Daily Reporter from Dover, Ohio on April 5, 1975 · Page 10
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Dover, Ohio
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Saturday, April 5, 1975
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A in ThiTIMES-REPORTER •lU Sat,April5,19?5 OOVtR-NEW PHILADELPHIA, OHIO "LS Carroll Tuicaroivos Dover-New Philadelphia TIMES-REPORTER Vital statistics from the 6-eoun»y circuit Initiation scheduled Wednesday MAGNOLIA — Initiation will be held Wednesday when Sandy Valley Junior Woman's Club meets in the United Methodist Church at 8p.m. Senior Citizens plan dinner EAST SPARTA — Senior Citizens will hold a covered dish dinner meeting at noon Wednesday in the community building. The program will begin at 1 p.m. Bazaar planning session set GNADENHUTTEN — The executive board of the Gnadenhutten Moravian Women's Fellowship will meet Monday at 8 p.m. in the home of Vaidna Unger to finalize plans for a bazaar, to be held from 11 a.m. to 8 p.m. April 16 and 17 in the church. Mayor calls public meeting BOWERSTON — Mayor Joe Mehaffey has called a meeting for council members and the public for Sunday at 1 p.m. in the village hall. Discussion will be on the Block Grant application for a $70,000 recreational building at the village park. Many unemployment benefits aren't taxable, says IRS CLEVELAND - Many kinds of unemployment benefits are taxable, according to Robert J. Dath, the Internal Revenue Service's district director for northern Ohio. The list includes payments by a state from the Federal Unemployment Trust Fund, payments under the Railroad Unemployment Insurance Act and welfare payments for aid to dependent children and work retraining programs. Two treated after crashes COSHOCTON — Two persons were treated and released at Memorial Hospital for injuries sustained in accidents investigated by sheriff deputies and city police. At 3:19 p.m. Friday, James Green, 28, of RD 1, Adams- vine, was cited for failure to. yield the right-of-way when he pulled from an alley in the 400 block of Walnut st, in Coshocton and struck a car driven by Donald McMillen, 48, of RD 3. Gertrude McMillen, 48, a passenger, was injured. Donald Bechtol, 24, ofRD2, was treated following a one- car accident at 12:55 a.m. today on Rt. 79 in Jefferson Township, when his car left the road and overturned. Bechtol told deputies he fell asleep at the wheel. The accident is under investigation. Disaster label asked of Rhodes LEBANON, Ohio (AP) — Warren County officials have asked Gov. James A. Rhodes to declare the county a disaster area following Wednesday night's tornado. George Boyce, of the Ohio Disaster Services Agency, estimated total damage to the affected area near Waynesville at $740,000. The damages were listed as $560,000 to private residences, $180.000 to farmland crops and farm buildings and $200 damage to public property — mainly road signs. The final listing showed eight homes destroyed. Twelve families were evacuated from Wayne Township and Corwin. Patrolman gets rescue citation COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) — Kenny D. Gillespie. a highway patrolman, received a Patrol Citation of Merit on Friday for his rescue actions on March 12 while on vacation in Florida. Gillespie of Ironton was a passenger in a fishing boat cruising off the coast of the Florida Keys when the boat's propellers struck a submerged diver, nearly severing his right leg. The officer rescued the man. CRISIS HELP Dath said payments from a privately or union established voluntary unemployment fund are taxable only after they exceed the amount a worker has contributed. However, payments from a company-financed supplemental unemployment fund and union benefits from regular dues set aside to aid unemployment are taxable income, he added. Dath said wages paid during a period of unemployment because of a union contract, severance pay and lump-sum payments for cancellation of employment contracts count as taxable income as does pay for participation in a state work relief program. Dath said there is no federal income tax on welfare payments in cash, food or other items which are not directly attributable to services performed. He also said there is no income tax due on veterans' benefits for education, training or subsistence. Dover grade bands set for concert Three bands will participate when a Dover Elementary Band Festival is held Thursday at 7:30 p.m. in the high school gymnasium. The bands are directed by Barbara Haines and among the featured numbers are: Beginners band — Pop Goes thee Weasel, Merrily We Roll Along, Holiday March and Scoutmaster March. Intermediate 2 — America, Apache Dance, Colonel John March and Swing High March. Intermediates — Beethoven Chorale, Salute to the Team March, Our Director March and Sunrise, Sunset. At intermission, Sheri McHenry of Park Elementary will do floor exercises to music and Bart Herman of South Elementary will present to tapdances. There is no admission charge but a donation will be received. Trio charged DENNISON - Dollie Hendrix filed charges of disorderly conduct against her son, Kenneth, and his wife, Judy, and John Wade, all of whom live in an apartment building at 300 Jewett av. She charges that the three harassed her Thursday. C Farmers Market Call 24 Hours 343-1011 Columbus eggs Friday's quotations COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) — Eggs — Prices paid to country packing plants for eggs delivered to major Ohio cities cases included consumer grades including U.S. grades, minimum 50 case lots. Carton Large A .50-.53, Medium A .47-.50, Small A .39-.42. Sales to retailers in major Ohio Cities, cartons delivered: Large A white .58.63, mostly .58-.60, medium .55-.S9, mostly .55-.57. Poultry prices at Ohio farms, hens light too few to report. Truck lot prices of ready to cook broilers and fryers: Cincinnati too few to report; Cleveland 38-40, Columbus too few to report. or Citations, Fines, Bond Forfeitures COSHOCTON James Olasure, 30, RD 1, West Lafayette, fined $50 and placed on probation for 90 days, reckless operation, reduced from driving while intoxicated at the request of the city solicitor. Lola Fay Appis, 63, RD 1, West Lafayette, fined $25 and given a suspended 10-day jail sentence, petty theft at Buehler's Market. Danny Darr, 20, and Richard Darr. 25, both 213 N. Water St., forfeited $50 bond each, disorderly conduct. Robert Babcock, Coshocton. forfeited $28 bond, Improper exhaust. Warren Meridith, RD 5, Coshocton, fined $25, with $15 suspended, no dog license and permitting dog to run at large. Randall McClead, 21, Navarre, cited for failure to yield the right-of-way after his auto struck cars driven by Steven Sanders, 23, RD 3, Coshocton, and Harold Honabarger, 48, Warsaw, as he exited from a Three-Rivers Bridge ramp Friday. DENNISON Myrl Shearer, 54, 705 W. 5th St., Uhrichsville, fined $156 and sentenced to three days in jail for driving while intoxicated. Also, fined $31 for unsafe operation. UHRICHSVILLE Robert Hren, 18, RD 1, Uhrichsville, fined $56. with $40 suspended, for improper license plates. Also, fined $56, with $35 suspended, for improper backing. George Striker, 19, 450 E. Bank st.. fined $56, with $25 suspended, for having no operator's license. Also, fined $31 for reckless operation. Glenn Grezlik. 18, 208 N. Main St., fined $106, with $75 suspended, for using abusive language toward police. Robert Snyder. RD 4. New Philadelphia, fined $106, with $31 suspended, using profane language toward police after a March 24 incident. Destruction of property charges dropped. He had been charged with kicking a door and breaking two mirrors from an auto owned by John Howard. 535 W. 3rd st. DOVER Margaret M. Pace, 60.407 W. 15th St.. cited for reckless operation after her car struck parked one owned by Victor W. Kuhn, 1808 Tremont St..'in 1000 block of N. Walnut st. NEW PHILADELPHIA Daniel Yoder, 73, RD 1, Sugarcreek, fined $115 and costs and sentenced to three days in jail, driving while intoxicated. Steve Hidey, 25, 232 Commercial av. SW, fined $50 and costs, leaving scene of March 4 accident. Walter Reigle, 75, 618 W. High av., fined $25 and costs, failure to control vehicle. Milton Brick, 57, 523 Fair av. NW, fined $10 and costs, improper backing. John J. Hren, 25, Uhrichsville, fined $10 and costs, failure to yield right-of- way. Winifred W. Drumm, 50, 731 Ackey st. NW, cited for failure to yield the right-of-way after her auto collided with one operated by Sue A. Barr, 28, 1020Crater av., Dover, in 1200 block of Srdst.NW. NORTHERN DISTRICT EarlS. Burkhart, 42, Zoarville. fined $100 with $75 suspended if he seeks help from the county health department, disorderly conduct, stemming from an incident at his home. C Fire Runs Dennison — Friday at 6:35 p.m. to the 300 block of Grant st. where there was a leak in a gasoline tank of an auto owned by Robert Freeland, 320 Logan st., Gnadenhutten. New Philadelphia — Friday at 1:10 p.m. to the city parking lot at 149 N. Broadway where an auto pwned by Mike Ford of RD 4, New Philadelphia, had backfired through the carburetor and damaged the hood. Friday at 9:35 p.m. to the Dale Slough residence at 117 Tell st. SE where a clothes dryer had caught fire when the drum became stuck. Damage was confined to clothing in the dryer. Today at 7:49 a.m. to the Western and Southern Life Insurance Co. at 132 2nd st. NE where two mops leaning against a furnace had ignited and filled the building with smoke. ( Chicago Grain J CHICAGO (AP) - Futures trading on the Chicago Board of Trade Friday, with high, low and closing prices as follows: WHEAT May - 3.78'/2, 3.72, 3.77'/ 2 . July - 3.68, 3.62'/z, 3.66V 2 . September - 3.73, 3.69V 2 , 3.71 V 2 . December - 3.82'/ 2 , 3.77'/z, 3.81 Vz. March -3.87'/z, 3.83Vz, 3.87'/z. CORN May - 2.98, 2.93'/z, 2.97%. July-2.97'/., 2.92Vz, 2.97. September - 2.86, 2.82'/z, 2.86. December -2.71=v:», 2.67, 2.71. March - 2.75 a /i, 2.71 3 /-», 2.75%. OATS May- 1.54'/z, LSI 1 /., 1.54'/z. July — 1.49, 1.46'/z, 1.49. September — 1.44%, 1.43, 1.44VZ. December - 1.48,1.45Vz, 1.48. SOYBEANS May - 5.98, 5.78, 5.87. July - 5.87, 5.77, 5.86. August 5.88, 5.77, 5.88. September 5.82, 5.73, 5.80. November 5.78, 5.67, 5.76V«. January 5.83, 5.75, 5.82. March - 5.90, 5.81,5.90. our njormation / Meetings / «rv«c«. nwf«n •« <*«•«»«p««iy «•»• I mcrclil MMMCtmnrii will MI kt tocM- I til I Uformallon for ctltiKiM iftMM to i millri to "FVI," Tlm«i-ll«pi»ri*r, §•* i, OM« 4fMl, ._i Weathervane YESTERDAY High 39 Low 22 TODAY 7:30a.m. 24 SNOWFALL Last 24 hours Trace High 40s Low 20s Forecast: Mostly clear tonight. Sunny and a little warmer Sunday. Chance of precipitation 20 per cent tonight and Sunday. Fair with moderating temperatures Monday and Tuesday. Showers and mild Wednesday. High in the 50s Monday and upper 50s and low 60s by Wednesday. Low in the 20s Monday and in the 40s by Wednesday. C NY Stocks NEW YORK (AP) - The announcement of an 8.7 per cent unemployment rate for March depressed stock prices Friday to end its worst week of the year. The Dow Jones industrial average was off 4.93 points at 747.26 for a loss of 23 points during the week. Declines led advances 821 to 492 in trading of 14.14 million shares. Closing prices were: C Benefits Aprils Spring cafeteria supper, 5 to 7, East Sparta United Methodist Church. Steak supper, 5 to 7, Beach City American Legion. April 7-12 Flea market-rummage sale, 10 to 5, Uhrichsville Presbyterian Church; sponsored by Young Adult Class. C Bookmobile Tuesday - Dundee School 8:45-12, Dundee 12:30-12:45, Ragersville School 1-3:15. Wednesday — Shel Mar trailer court 1-1:30, Pines trailer court 1:45-2:15. Starlight trailer court 2:30-2:45. Cherry Hill, Zoar 3:30-4:15, Sandy Valley Estates 5:30-7:30. NA1IONAI WIATNII SltvlCI FOMCAST la 7AM I SI 4 - fc -73 ^ Ik 30,?4 30.48 / 30.74 / 30.74 / 79;; 30QO Hospital News ^i IJPi Wf AlMlMOIOCASt • ( People Are Going To... HUMANITIES SERIES - Public "Learning and Growth" discussion, Monday, 8, Tuscarawas Campus Kent State University; sponsored by the NOW organization. "POPS" CONCERT — Closing program for the season presented by Tuscarawas County Philharmonic Orchestra, Sunday, 8, Dover High auditorium. Meetings J ( Socials J ACF Industries 39V4 Allegheny Corp. 8% Allegheny Ludlum Industries 24% Allied Supermarkets 3% Allis Chalmers 8% Alcoa 36 Amax Inc. 40% American Airlines 8'A American Can Co. 32% American Cyanamid 17'/fc American Electric Power 16% American Home Products 36 American Motors Corp. 5% AmericanTel.&Tel. 48'/4 Anaconda Co. 16% Anchor Hocking 14% AnsulCo. 15% Armco Steel Corp. 29'/4 Babcock iWilcox 16 Becton Dickinson 35% Bendix Corp. . 30V4 Chrysler Corp. lOVi Cities Service 37% Coca-Cola Co. 74% Colgate Palmolive 28% Columbia Gas Inc. 26'/i Commonwealth Edison 23% Consolidated Edison 11 Consolidated Natural Gas 23% Continental Can 25 Vz Cooper Industries 35 Vz CopperweldCorp. 27 Curtiss Wright "A" 20'/z Cyclops Corp. 21% Dow Chemical Corp. 72% DuPontCo. 101 Eastman Kodak 89% Eaton Corp- 26% Esmark 25% Fairmont Foods 9% Firestone Tire & Rubber 17% Ford Motor Co. 35% General Dynamics 33% General Electric 45% General Foods 22% General Motors 40'/i General Tel. & El. 20% General Tire & Rubber 13% Goodrich B.F. Co. 16'/ 2 Goodyear Tire & Rubber 17'/8 Grant W.T. Co. , 4% Great Allan. & Pac. Tea 9% Gulf Oil Corp. 19% IngersolRand 74 Vi Int. Business Machine 198 International Harvester 24% Johns-ManvilleCorp. 20'/4 Joy Mfg. Co. 49 Kaiser Aluminum 23 Kroger Co. 21 Vt La trobe Steel ' 14% Litton Industries 6% Lykes-YoungstownCorp. 15% Marathon Oil 32'A Marcorlnc. 21% MasoniteCorp. 23 Massey Ferguson 15% Mobil Oil 37% Monsanto Co. 55>/4 National Aviation 10% National Distillery 14% NCR Corp. 26'A Northern Natural Gas 56¥4 Ohio Edison Co. 13% OlinCorp. 18% Owens-Illinois 38% Pan Am Airways 4 Penn Central RR 1% Penney J.C. Co. Inc. 52% PennwaltCorp. 24 PepsiCo. Inc. 58% Phillips Petroleum 38'Xi Polaroid Corp. 25% PPG Industries 25% Procter & Gamble 91 Pullm'anlnc. 45% RCA Corp. 15'A Republic Steel 31% Scott Paper Co. 16V 2 Sears and Roebuck 63 Shell Oil Co. 41 Skyline Corp. 18 SmuckerCo. NA Sperry Rand 34 Standard Oil Indiana 38% Standard Oil Ohio 57% Stone Container 10 Texaco Inc. 23% TimkenCo. 32 Union Camp 53% Union Carbide 55% U.S. Steel Corp. 55% Wallace Murray Corp. 8% Warner &Swasey Co. 18 Westinghouse Electric 13% Weyerhaeuser Co. 32% Wheeling-Pittsburgh Steel 24% White Motors 8V. WoolworthF.W.&Co. 13% Xerox Corp. 67% Zenith Radio 17% Aprils Judea Shrine, White Shrine of Jerusalem , 7:30, Dover Masonic Temple; installation of officers. April 6 Club 40 covered dish dinner at home of Pauline Endlich, Newcomerstown. Meet at the parking lot at W. High and 2nd st., New Philadelphia, 6 p.m. April? Oldhome Circle, 10:30, home of Mrs. Gertrude Humerickhouse, rear 137 1st st., Strasburg. Indian Valley North Band Boosters, 7:30, junior high building, Tuscarawas. Dennison Knights of Columbus, 8, K. of C. hall; special meeting. New Philadelphia Lodge F. & A.M., 7:30. F.C. degree. Dover Mother's Athletic Club, 7:30, Room 113, high school. Aprils Oldtown Homemakers, home products party, 10; meeting, 1 p.m., St. Peter's Lutheran Church. Tuscarawas Valley Band Boosters, 7:30, bandroom. Mid-eastern Ohio Traffic Club, 7:30, Delphian Inn. Meet the driver night. New Philadelphia, OES, 7:30, Masonic Temple. TYARC, 7:30, New Philadelphia Starlight School. Reliable Rebekah Lodge. 7:30, Rebekah hall. Degree practice. Muskingum Valley District Nurses Assn. board meeting, 7; regular, 7:30, Bethesda Hospital. Speaker will be Mrs. Mary Hamilton. Dover Eagles Auxiliary, 7, Eagles hall; special meeting. Parents Without Partners board, 7:30, home of Verna Pedersen, 202 Beaver av.NE, New Philadelphia. Aprils Community Services Assn., noon, Union Hospital. Speaker will be Dr. Roy Geduldig. (YMCA ScheduleJ SATURDAY 4:00 Family swim, pool. 6:00 Indian Guide, Princess family swim and gym. 7:00 Junior high spring party open swim; junior high spring party open gym. 8:00 Junior high spring party dance, multi-purpose room. MONDAY 7:OOMen'sheaUhclub. 9:00 World home decorating, chapel; women's health club: yoga, east multipurpose room. 9:30 Women's volleyball. 11:00 Men'shealth club. 11:30 Adult membership open swim: adult membership open gym (last 15 minutes, west gym only). 1:15 Kinder gym, east gym. 1:30 Women's open swim: college and adult open gym, west gym. 2:00 Little Shavers. 3 and 4-year-olds. 2:30 Little Shavers. 5 and 6-year-olds. 3:00 Junior and senior high open gym, west gym. 3:15 Boys junior and intermediate swim team practice. 3:30 Open junior and senior high gymnastics, east gym. 4:15 Goldfish swimming class. 4:30 7-year-olds to 3rd grade girls beginners gymnastics and gym. 5:00 Snails, Jellyfish, Guppies swimming classes. 5:15 Junior and senior high girls beginning gymnastics class. 5:30 Grade school and junior high open swim. 6:00 Senior high boys and men's swimming class, new class; special gymnastics group, east gym. 6:30 Delaware Tribe, George Telle home. 7:00 Senior high and men's open gym; karate, east gym: women's Flying Fish. Shark and Porpoise classes: beginners karate, multi-purpose rooms; skin diving class, Room 2 7:30 YMCA tennis committee, conference room; YMCA handball/racquetball committee. 7:45 Women's Minnow and Fish classes. 8:00 Scuba club. Room 2. 8:30 Women's beginner swim class I. 9:15 Adult open swim. Aprils Public round and square dance, 9 to midnight, Beach City Grange. Music by the Dixie Harmonaires. Don Miller, caller. Star Promenaders modern western square dance, 8 to 11, upstairs Uhrichsville Eagles hall. Dale Eddy, caller. Public round and square dance, 9 to midnight, Jefferson Grange, Stone Creek. Music by Lynn Mizer and the Travelers. Junior high spring party for 7th, 8th and 9th graders in the county, 7 to 10:30, YMCA; sponsored by junior high social board. Parents Without Partners ouija party, 8, home of Opal Ebersbach, 307 E. Tuscarawas av., Gnadenhutten. Q Church Calendar April? Altar Society-Christian Mother's, New Philadelphia Sacred Heart Church, 8, church hall; guest night. Aprils ( Mary Hannah, Dover First United Methodist Church, 8, fellowship hall. Speaker will be George Demis. April) Lois Circle, Dover First United Methodist Church, 1:30, lounge. Union ADMISSIONS Dover John M. Stein, RD 2. New Philadelphia FrankBenes,RD4. Alberta J. Miller, 417 St. Clairav.SW. Michael A. Miller, 238 North av.NE. Mrs. Beverly J. Frantz, 73 ShelMardr. Mrs. Isabel Kuhns, 247 North av. Elsewhere Mrs. Robert C. Kreisher, 1413 Stenewahhee av., Sebring, Fla. Bryan E. Kohler, Tuscarawas. Mrs. Arthur R. Mines, RD 1, Uhrichsville. Ralph E. Sundheimer Sr., RD 3, Fresno. Terry A. Killer, RD 3, Newcomerstown. James M. Stein, RD 1, Mineral City. Lauren W. Leggett, RD 1, Sherrodsville. Mrs. Walter F. Stewart, 202 Logan st., Dennison. DISMISSALS Dover — John Kibler, David Walters, Christopher Arbogast and Mrs. Frank Clark. New Philadelphia—Dean Fuerst, Mrs. Edith D'Agnone, Ronald Kail, Mrs. Charles Bell, Mrs. Michael Graham and daughter, Donald Hupp Sr., Susan Richardson, Mrs. Joseph Burt and Mrs. Ida Howard. Elsewhere — Mrs. Carl Hunter, Dennison; Warren Fender, Baltic; Charles Myers and Mrs. Myrl Cramblett, Scio; Leonard Whitehouse, Uhrichsville, and Walter Bowersock, Strasburg. BIRTHS Mr. and Mrs. George E. Abel, Bowerston, son. Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Ed- From The Courts Common Pleas Actions filed Ohio Valley Window Co. Inc., Wheeling, vs. Randell and Mina Brindley, 281 Packer st., Uhrichsville, $1080 due on promissory note. Mona Howard and Fred Howard, both 535 W. 3rd st., Uhrichsville, petition for dissolution of marriage. Union Hospital Assn.', 659 Boulevard, Dover, vs. Charles and Shelby Schinke, 224'/z llth st. NW, New Philadelphia, $697 due on account. Twin City Hospital, N. 1st st., Dennison, vs. Edward Halsey, Gnadenhutten, $828 due on account and interest. Truck Sales & Service Inc., Midvale, vs. Seth and Marjorie McDonald, Magnolia, $1020 due on account. Twin City Hospital, N. 1st st., Dennison, vs. Raymond and Judith Jock, RD 1, Cadiz, $1075 due on account and interest. Cheryl Denslow, State st., Midvale, and Jesse Denslow, 333 St. Clair av. SW, New Philadelphia, petition for dissolution of marriage. Judgments Twin City Hospital against Jesse Henary, 207 N. 2nd st., both Dennison, and Rosemae Henary, 530Claymontdr., Uhrichsville, $852 due on account. J. William Beitner, Deis Hill, Dover, and R.E. Getz, Baltic, against Robert and Betty Hindman, RD 2, Uhrichsville, $22,150 due on note and contract and interest. Laura Durben, 230 1st dr. SE, New Philadelphia, and Paul Durben, Canton, dissolution of marriage. Linda Hochstetler and Cassidy Hochstetler, both 603V 2 3rd st. NW, New Philadelphia, dissolution of marriage. Former name of Walls restored. Patty Green, 128 W. 7th st., and Larry Green, 133 N. Wooster av., both Dover, dissolution of marriage. Former name of Griffiths restored. Divorces Granted ROTHENSTINE — Betty, 423 S. College St., from Robert, RD 1, both Newcomerstown. Custody of three children to the mother. Dismissed GERBER - Russell, RD 1, Strasburg, vs. Carol, Canton. CARROLLCOUNTY Actions filed Deborah Ann Miller, 207 2nd st. NE, and Randy Lee Miller, 2176 Alamo rd., both Carrollton, petition for dissolution of marriage. Terry McLean, 2100 Macaw rd. NE, and Sharon McLean, 1196 Brenner rd., both Carrollton, petition for dissolution of marriage. Donna Elkins, 140 Waynesburg rd., Carrollton, and John Elkins, 4878 Bonnie dr., Malvern, petition for dissolution of marriage. Divorces filed BRAJE — Suzanne vs. Helmut, both 7058 Dial rd. SW, Carrollton. DOUGLAS - Patricia vs. Robert, both Minerva. Divorces granted EDIE - Rhonda, RD 2, Jewett, from Ronald, 2032 Amsterdam rd., Bowerston. Custody of one child to mother. EICK — Davis from Jean, both 1002 Canton rd., Carrollton. BRYAN — Louis from Joan, bolhSalineville. Wedding licenses Victor Buxton, 19, and Cathy Noble, 16, both Carrollton. Robert Ohler, 18, and Cathy Ebner, 19, both Carrollton. Dennis Arbogast, 19, Carrollton, and Karen McClosky, 18, Amsterdam. Carl Wickersham, 36, Mineva, and Ann Zwahlen, 31, East Rochester. Jack Litten, 36, and Betty Bell, 36, both Malvern. wards, 1041 Ray av. NW, New Philadelphia, daughter. Mr. and Mrs. Gerald L. Mann, 220 W. 13th st., Dover, son. Mr. and Mrs. William D. Hall, 1109V2 Dover av., Dover, son. Twin City ADMISSIONS Uhrichsville Cristin Capes, 606 Parrish st. Dennison Mrs. Edward Bender, 726 N. st. Mrs. George B. Hendershot, 415Fuhrst. rear. Mrs. Jeff Shamel,RDl. Elsewhere Mrs. Richard Matthews, Deersville. Nancy M. Arnold, 739 5th st. SW., New Philadelphia. DISMISSALS Uhrichsville - Harry L. Freshwater. Elsewhere — Jack Armstrong, Carrollton, and Mrs. Richard Matthews, Deersville. BIRTHS Mr. and Mrs. Richard Patterson, 457Vz S. Water st., Uhrichsville, daughter. EMERGENCIES Diana Lindell, Walnut st. ext., Gnadenhutten, injured right knee in gym class at school. Coshocton ADMISSIONS Coshocton Jami Davis, 2031 Adams st. Lotty Wright, 637 Locust st. Russell Reed Jr., 1390 S. 12th st. Harvey Taylor, 451 S. 3rd st. West Lafayette Mrs. Lanny Bethel, 517 E. 4th st. DISMISSALS Coshocton' — Mrs. Donald Rinehartand Ralph Henry. West Lafayette — Richard Bluck and Timothy Keirns. Newcomerstown — Robert Haver. BIRTHS Mr. and Mrs. John Steele Jr., 913 S. Lawn av., Coshocton, daughter. Mr. and Mrs. James Griffith, 1410S. 12th st., Coshocton, daughter. C Other Hospitals) Mr. and Mrs. Ray G. Grindstaff of 2498 Bellflower rd. NW, Carrollton, daughter born Wednesday in Canton Timken Mercy Hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Paul T. Tan- sek of 8071 Elson st. SE, Waynesburg, daughter born Wednesday in Canton Timken Mercy Hospital. Jeff Dryden, son of Mr. and Mrs. Skeet Dryden of 617 N. 2nd st., Dennison, has been admitted to Canton Aultman Hospital for arm surgery. He is in Room 420. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Pope, RD 2, New Philadelphia, daughter born Thursday in Canton Aultman Hospital. Steve Dreher of Strasburg underwent knee surgery Friday in Canton Aultman Hospital. He is in Memorial, 554-A. f Granges J Aprils Buckhorn — Meeting, 8. Women take sandwiches and salad. c Service Clubs EXCHANGE - Dover, Tuesdays, 6:45, Espenschied's; New Philadelphia, 6:30, Bassetti's. JAYCEES - Dover, First Monday and third Tuesday 8, Jaycee hall 300 E 2nd st; New Philadelphia, first and third Mondays 7:30, Reeves Banking & Trust Co. building. KIWANIS - Dover, Mondays 5:45 Union Hospital cafeteria; New Philadelphia, Mondays 6, Delphian Inn. LIONS -- Dover, Thursdays 6 Espenschied's; New Philadelphia, Mondays noon, Elks club. ROTARY - Dover, Mondays 11 45 St. John's United Church of Christ' New Philadelphia, Monday's 5:45, Delphian Inn.

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