The Daily Reporter from Dover, Ohio on December 23, 1970 · Page 6
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December 23, 1970

The Daily Reporter from Dover, Ohio · Page 6

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A-6 the Wed,, Doe. 23, Ml Obituaries Mrs. Miriam Miles Mrs. Miriam 1. Miles, 58, of 216 E, Broadway, Dover, died Tuesday in Uniofl Hospital where eh« had been a patient since Dec, 9. She was an em- ploye of the ttarchem Division of ufttoti Camp until illness forced her retirement a year ago. She was born in Strasburg and was preceded in death by her father Efflile Werftke, • Surviving are her mother. Mrs. Laura Wernke Mears of Parma; three sons, William P. Stationed with the Air Force at Kessler Field, Miss,, Kenneth fl. Of the home and Jeffrey of RD 2, Dover; a daughter, Mrs. William (Judith) Barnes of College Park, Md.; a sister, Mrs, LOUiS (dlenda) Gusik of Parma; a half sister, Mrs. Katherihe Weber of St. Petersburg, Fla,J two half-brothers, Fred Mears Of Dftver and Don of Columbus, Sfld seven grandchildren. Services will be Thursday at 3 ifl Toland-Herzig Ftlflefai HoftW at Dover with Rev. Howard Fox of Strasburg United Methodist CHUrch officiating. Burial will be in Gratidvtew Cemetery at Strasburg. Friends may call at the funeral home tonight from ? to 9. Mrs. Elizabeth Potts UHRICHSVILLE - Mrs. Elizabeth A. Potts, 88, of 117 W. 6th st., a resident here since 1905, died Tuesday in Twin City Hospital. Born in CarroIItofl, she was a daughter of Cornelius and Mary Ann Niven Tope. She was a member of First United Methodist Church, WSCS, Nettie Myers Sunday School Class, Colonial Club, American War Mothers, Women's Relief Corps, Twin City Senior Citizens, Michigan Club and Antique Club. Her husband, James L., died in 1959. Surviving are several nieces and nephews. Two sons, two brothers and four sisters also preceded her in death. Services will be Thursday at 11 in Uhricn-Hostettler Funeral Home with Rev, Joseph Glass- rter officiating. Burial will be in Union Cemetery. Friends may call at the funeral home today from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9. Mrs. Pearl Dunlap FREEPORT - Mrs. Pearl J. Dunlap, 79, of RD 2, died Tuesday in Harrison Community Health Center. Born in Cadiz Township, a daughter of Joseph T. and Eva Jamison McFadden, she was a member of the Nottingham United Presbyterian Church. Her husband, Samuel P,, pre ceded her in death. Surviving are four sons: Neil and Wayne of RD 2, here, and Dean and William of RD 3, Cadiz; two daughters, Mrs. Wllma East of Cleveland and Mary Jane Dunlap of here; a brother, Andrew of RD 1, Flushing; eight grandchildren, and five great-grandchildren, A son pre ceded her in death. Services will foe Thursday at 2 in C1 a r k-Kirkland Funeral Home with Rev. Fred Cochran officiating. Burial will be in Ca diz Union Cemetery. Friends may call at the funeral home af ter 2 today. Robert Blankenship NEWCOMERSTOWN - Rob ert J. Blankenship of 352 W Main si., who would have been 51 Christmas Day, died Tuesday in Mt. Carmel Hospital at Co lumbus after being ill six months. He was born in Wolf County Ky., and was a son of Noah Blankenship who survives and the late Margaret Childers Blan kenship. His wife, the former Gladys Roberts, is deceased. He was construction foreman for Erode Construction Co. here and was a member of Waterfon Methodist Church where he was a Sunday School teacher. Surviving in addition to his fa ther are a daughter, Mrs. Mar garet Wooter of Waverly; i stepdaughter, Mrs. Tom (Betty) Hanby of Jonesville, N. C., two brothers, Edward of Hamilton and Rev. Grover of Circleville and a sister, Ruby Blankenship of Hamilton. Arrangements are pending ai Howe Funeral Home in Piketon 0. Mrs. Martha Hicks NEWCOMERSTOWN - Ethe Buchanan of S. River st., has received word of the death of her aunt, Mrs. Martha J. Hicks 85, of Detroit who died Tuesday in a Detroit hospital. Surviyiflg are a son, Walter T. of Florida and 14 nieces and nephews. Services will be Saturday at 1 ill Thome Fuaeral Home at Cambridge. Frieads may call at th§ fiuttfil ftojpp Thursday from 2 to 4 and 7 to 8 and Fri May Rausch ORRV1LLE ~ May C. Rausch, 76, of 901 S, Main st, a native of flag^fSVllle, died Tuesday in Akffln City Hospital after a long illness. Miss RaUseh retired in 1959 after being employed as a sec retary at the May Co. and later at the State Mutual Life Insur> ance Co. in Cleveland. She was member of Christ United Church here, She was .preceded in death by her parents, Charles ana Emma Rinehart fiausdi and a brother. Surviving are her stepmother, Mrs. Katherine Rausch of here; brother, Karl of Travelers Rest, S,C., and several nieces and nepheHVS. Services Will be Monday at 10 in the Gresser Funeral Home at 415 N. Elm st., here, with Rev. dOnald L. Turner officiating. Burial will be in Ragersville >metery. Friends may call at lie- funeral home SUrtday from 2 .0 9, Cervices Mrs, Estelle Henderson — Thursday at 1:30 h^tdland-Heo :ig Funeral Home. Calling hours :oday from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9. Iris Hudson «•» Private set*vices Thursday at 1 in MeCfeery*Finefrock Funeral lome at Magnolia. No Calling lours. Russell Smalles — Thursday at 2 in Blissfield United Method- st Church. Calling hours today rom 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 in Fischer funeral Home at Warsaw and rom 1 to 2 Thursday in the church. Albert Smith - Thursday at 1 n Purviance Funeral Home at Scio. Calling hours today front 2 o 4 and 7 to 9. Frank Robb — Saturday at 11 n E11 i o t t-Hartline Funeral tome at Millersburg. Calling hours Friday with Masonic ser-. Ices at 7:30. Deaths Elsewhere PRINCETON, N.J. (AP) Robert Wood Johnson Jr M 50, ^resident of Johnson & Johnson Co. from 1961 to 1965 and a grandson of the founder of the medical-products company, died Tuesday in Fort Lauderdale, Fla. He left the firm to organize a cosmetics concern, Johnson Industries, which he headed un til he became ill a year ago. BEVERLY HILLS, Calif. (AP) - Teme C. Brenner, 50 president of the motion picture- television publicity agency of Rogers, CoWen & Brenner, died Tuesday of cancer. Before join ing the agency in 1954, Mrs, Brenner had been in the Para mount Pictures publicity de partment. BLOOMINGTON, Ind. (AP) — Artist Harry Engel, 69, con sldered a leading exponent o encaustic painting, a colored wax medium, died Tuesday aft er a long illness. He was a professor emeritus of fine arts a Indiana University. Cash registers ring with holiday spirit fly LOu ef'New Philadelphia area shoppers seem to be bursting with the Christmas spirit - at least checkout and cash register lines seem to have grown longer than usual during the past several weeks, Richafd Parks, executive s,ec' retary of the Tuscarawas County Chamber of Commerce, says he has had mixed reports this year regarding Christmas season shopping, Business generally was slow until about a week ago, Parks said, and then it picked up. He said general comments seem to indicate business will be down some this year, although if merchants can make up the slack between Thanksgiving and last week, business Will be pretty good. Jim Duma, manner of Nieh- ols Discount City in New Philadelphia, said; "We are very happy, but business cOUid be better If it were not for the amount of unemployment In the area, Overall, though, it is very good." Durda said he could not compare business this year with last year's because at this time last year the local business was undergoing its opening. A Dover merchant, who chose dot to be identified, said he is happy with sales in his operation. "I won't say we are happy this year considering the economic! status of the area, but we have had an excellent year," he said, noting that November and December sales were up even more than those during the earlier part of 1970. John Beebc, manager of Harts Family Center south of New Philadelphia said: "We are doing all right this year and we also are happy with our cleanup of Christmas merchandise." He made no comparison with last year's Yule season business. A Miracle Lane Plaza department store manager remarked that with economic conditions what they are '"business is not up to what we had hoped for although we were not expecting anything great," "Business has picked up during the Christmas shopping season," he said, "but it will not equal last year's, "Some store operators may tell you business is great but in most cases they hope to be quoted and expect their remarks to create added business." Dave Marlowe of Marlowe's In Dover and New Philadelphia said "we are doing about the same as last year," noting Christmas shopping seemed to get under way earnestly about mid-November. He said it was difficult to de« termine exactly since they had M recently opened tHe New Philadelphia store. "Some people who would have come to the Dover store are Shopping there," he noted, "and softie of the customers there would never have been seen In the Dover store." 'Bob Alexander of Office Appliance Co. in Dover said: "We are doing real good — better than last year." Phila police cite 2 drivers Two drivers were cited, in auto mishaps Investigated by New Philadelphia police Tuesday. Donald Tolotti, 75, of 728 Oak St- NW Was cited at 3:39 p.m. after his aUto collided with one driven by Neil Ellis, 24, of 217 Railroad St,, Strasburg, at Ashwood In. and 3rd st. NW. An hour earlier, Charles Atkins, 61, of RD 3, Dover, was cited after an auto he was driving collided with one driven by Ronald Himes, 30, of 425 Beaver av. NE at Front av. SE and 1st dr. Cited by deputies Milford,R. 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