The Daily Reporter from Dover, Ohio on July 27, 1974 · Page 31
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The Daily Reporter from Dover, Ohio · Page 31

Dover, Ohio
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Saturday, July 27, 1974
Page 31
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rea couples excnanae vow A The TIMES-REPORTER Sat., July 27,1974 DOVER-NEW PHILADELPHIA. OHIO MR. AND MRS. GERALD FLEGAL Bartch and Flegal Pamela Kay Bartch, Dover High librarian, chose Joyce Archer of Dover as one of her bridesmaids when she became the bride of Gerald Christopher Flegal, June 29, in St. Paul's Episcopal Church at Fremont. Parents of the couple are Mr. an)d Mrs. Richard K. Bartch of Fremont and Mrs. Elsie Flegal of Bellevue and the late Gerald A. Flegal. Rev. William Cunningham officiated at the double ring ceremony with Mrs. Terrance Wolfe as organist. A polyester mist gown, with cotton venice lace trim at the square neckline and on the chapel train, was worn by the bride. Marian Bartch was her cousin's maid of honor. Other bridesmaids were Marge McCann of Youngstown and Mrs. Janet (Edward) Howard, another cousin of the bride. Donald Flegal was his brother's best man. Guests were seated by Phillip Haar, Thomas Claus and Edward Howard. A reception was in the church's parish hall. The newlyweds honeymooned in Bermuda and are residing at 134 Charlotte dr., Bellevue. A 1964 graduate of Ross High, the bride received bachelor of education and master of library science degrees from Case Western Reserve. A graduate of Bellevue High, the bridegroom attended Terra Technical School and is a locomotive engineer for Norfolk & Western Railroad. can RENT a quality MAICO Hearing Aid! Now you can TRY BEFORE YOU BUY! It's the sensible way to find out what kind of help a hearing aid can offer you. RENT a new MAICO aid for 30 days at a moderate rental charge IF YOU DECIDE TO KEEP THE AID, THE FULL RENTAL COST IS APPLIED TO YOUR PURCHASE. If not, your only investment is the rental charge, and there is NO FURTHER OBLIGATION. Call or write for full information. A COMPLETE Hearing Aid Service! • 20 All-Transistor Models - All Styles MAICO - MORGAN • SS ZSSSSS* 215 W. High St, New Phila • Sirvici • Batteries • Accessories JO4-1 / I / Name Address City •' State Carpenter photo MR. AND MRS. DALE FRIZZELL Phillips and Frizzell Jack son photo MR. AND MRS. DEAN BALDER JR. McCarty and Balder Sharon Moravian Church in Tuscarawas was the scene July 14 for the wedding of Sharon J. Phillips, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Phillips of Tuscarawas, and Dale A. Frizzell, son of Mrs. Vera Frizzell of 1st St., Uhrichsville. Rev. Gordon Stoltz officiated at the double ring ceremony and Mrs. Richard Ronald was organist. The bride's gown of sata poly featured lantern sleeves, a chapel train, satin sash and pin tucking and cluny lace accents on the bodice.. Her veil was borrowed from her sister, Mrs. Loren (Shirley) Reichman of Uhrichsville, who was her matron of honor. Thomas Daily of Cambridge served his brother-in-law as best man. Guests were seated by Steven Phillips of Tuscarawas, the bride's brother. A reception was in the church social hall. • The bride is a 1974 graduate of Indian Valley North High. Her husband attended Claymont High and is employed by an oil company in Byesville. They are residing in Byesville. Mr. and Mrs. Dean L. Balder Jr., who were married July 13, are residing at 831 Wabash av. NW, New Philadelphia, after a wedding trip to Burr Oak Lodge in Glouster. Rev. James Fox solemnized the couple's vows in the Nazarene Church at New Philadelphia. Mrs. Fox was organist. The bride is the former Marianne McCarty, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. M. W. McCarty of 403 5th St. NW, New Phila- delphia. Dean's parents are Mr. and Mrs. Dean L. Balder Sr. of RD1, Mineral City. The couple was attended by Jane and Kim McCarty of New Philadelphia, sister and brother of the bride. Guests were received.^in Delphian Motor Inn at New Philadelphia. The bride is employed at the Delphian Inn and her husband is employed at Claycraft Co. in Sugarcreek. Both are graduates of New Philadelphia High. CUTTING THE CULLINAN The Cullinan Diamond was the largest ever found; it weighed 3, 106 carats, or about a pound and a third. Joseph Asscher of Amsterdam was retained to cleave it, a process which would split the diamond and result in a number of smaller diamonds, instead of one huge one. As he approached his task after months of study, he felt the full responsibility of his assignment — one small slip-up and the incomparably valuable gem would be ruined. At the crucial point he etched a line on the diamond's surface, inserted a steel rule, and lowered the hammer carefully. The world held its breath — and the steel rule broke in half. Asscher went to the hospital. When he felt well enough he again approached the task, accompanied by a nurse and a personal physician. This time the Cullinan cleaved neatly where planned, but Asscher himself fell into a faint without witnessing his own success. fam0M0 *~/M/i " DIAMOND MERCHANTS SINCE 1 902 124 N. BROADWAY 343-8622 NEW PHILA. Remembering There's no finer way to remember some one than with a Hallmark card. mailowcy ... .so much more than a drugstore 130 West Third, Dover 161 North Broadway, New Phila.

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