The Daily Reporter from Dover, Ohio on July 29, 1974 · Page 7
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The Daily Reporter from Dover, Ohio · Page 7

Dover, Ohio
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Monday, July 29, 1974
Page 7
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A A Th« TIMES-REPORTER A-0 Mon., July 29,1974 COVER NEW PHILADELPHIA. OHIO Tonight's TV Programs Stamp show Aug. 17, 18 i :00 :30 :00 8 :00 :30 9 :00 :30 11 Mod Squid NIWI NBCNiwi Niwi Hollywood Sqr Button) NtwYotk Yinkiti Vt. Boiton tad Sox Newt Tonigh Mirv Griffin NIWI NBC NIWI But/Clock HilpNilphhof fiiitbill Niw York YinkMl Vi. floiton Rid Sox NIWI Tonight Bonantt AftdyOtlHUh NIWI ABC NIWI To Till Thi Truth Lit'lDiil IhtRooMti .'^•"r-^tAm NIWI Wld« World WTRF NIC Vlrglnlin NIWI NBC NIWI NIWI Smford&Son Biubill Niw York Yinkiii Vl. Boiton Rid Sox NIWI Tonight 8 WJW CIS Mm Griffin CBS NIWI Truth/Coniiq. SpMkOut Gunimoki Mirv Griffin Midleil Cintir NIWI 11:40 MOVIE: WSTV CU/MC StirTrik CBS NIWI Truth/Coniiq. Btidy Bunch Gunimoki Hlra'l Lucy OlekVmOyki MidicilCintir NIWI MOVIE: WJAN T6A NIWI Bugi Bunny OfwiyiOflliftth CttlOiy BluiRldgiQt. NIWI ABC NIWI Trill! Wilt Ortfnit Niwt MOVIE: AA WAKR Mlitirogin ElwHltCfl. SiumiStrin EmutAngliy Judd/Oifinii WllburnBroi. Widi World tf)£ Jt J WVIZ Wlllt f lying Nun Ptitkoit Junction Antld,un CtevilmdCountll Intimitlonil * FMtivilof QSQ Tinnli WUAI TomJomi Hin'iLucy DickVinOyki HiflhChipdfil Thrillir t«M«(t) /I 0 1 WKIF IKMMHMW Munitin Addtmi Family Luty Show U*IJ*U'a Uauu Hfcnim iTivy Hlllbllltu NlphtOtlliry Avingin MOVIE: COSHOCTON -Jhe Three Rivers Stamp Club will hold its second annual show and exhibit Aug. 17 and 18 at the National Guard Armory on 01- segoay. sold at 35 cents each or three forfl. • Additional i available by contacting Fred Workman, P.O. Box 155, Coshocton 43812. The show is held annual y in Lightning kills boy conjunction with the Coshoc- *"» » ton Canal Days festival, there will be approximately 30 frames on display, two guest displays and a 10-deaier bourse. There is no admission charge. A special cachet with a pic torial canal boat cancel will be -— - ..——..——.—^••••••••••^^^^^^•i CINCINNATI (AP) - Funeral services were arranged today for Scott Oury, 8, who was struck and killed by lightning Sunday on a family farm near Felicity. He was the son of Dr. and Mrs. Harvey Oury of suburban Wyoming. ... _ -————•* on/,,.. MUSTANG Live Entertainment Every Wed. & Sun. 8PM-lAm NOW OPEN SATURDAY NIGHT Wed. July 31st... "HOLLYWOOD" Last week's ad should have read... FREE Passes for SAT. Given Away Wed. Pioneei isses By Mrs. Delmer Hecker Staff Correspondent BERLIN - Crowds attending Pioneer Days were enthusiastic with their praise of demonstrations, displays and entertainment from the beginning of events with the crowning of Geneva Weaver of Star Route, Millersburg, as 1974 queen until closing festivities Saturday night. Among the most popular attractions were Amish buggy Tuesdays are kinda special at It's a 3001! thins to do FAMILY RESTAURANT On The Boulevard New Philadelphia, Ohio ALL OTHER PAINTING SUPPLIES, TOO! For all exteriors Can go on over damp surface Dries in 30 minutes Recoatable in an hour Dries to flat finish Blister & peel resistant Good color retention Thin & clean up with water SAVE NOW DURING LANDMARK'S SUMMER PAINT SALE! Town & Country Center Phone 3434884 1062 West High Ave. NewPhila Branches in Newcomerstown & Cadiz PAINTS 7401-5 rides, tours to an Amish home and (arm, cheese house and harness shop and a steam engine threshing demonstration, The tractor used, a Romley oil pull dating to 1926, was operated by Harold Neuenschwander of Dundee and Mike Erb of Star Route, Millersburg. The team of horses and wagon was owned and driven by John E. Miller of Bunker Hill. Life as it must have been during Pioneer Days was depicted throughout festivities. On display at the Farm and Home Museum booth were tools of the pioneer era and newspapers and magazines dating to the late 1800s. Homecoming at Baltic Aug. 16, 17 BALTIC — Plans were made for the Aug. 16 and 17 community homecoming when Baltic Community Club met recently. Events scheduled are: Friday — Baab sisters 5 p.m.; John Schrock 6 p.m.; Ted Gerber and his guitar 7 p.m.; Hilltoppers (square- dancing) 8 p.m. Saturday — Ballgame 2 p.m.; Caraway High band 5 p.m.; Cliff Hardesty 6 p.m.; Kenneth Stahl 7 p.m.; North Industry band 8 p.m.; The Chevelles 10p.m. Burglaries are probed COSHOCTON — City police investigated three breaking and enterings which occurred late Saturday night or early Sunday morning. Rev. Forrest Lamneck, pastor of Roscoe Methodist Church at 475 Hill St., reported someone removed a screen on the kitchen door and went inside the church. Nothing appeared to be missing. Harry Johnson Jr. reported two RD 2 businesses, owned by him, were entered by prying doors open. He said about $40 was taken from Central Dodge Co. and $25 from Harley Davidson Motorcycle Shop. Visitors to the food lines were treated to a menu of riv- el and bean soups, ham pot pie, homemade bread, apple- butter, pies and sandwiches. In one area, on display were old time crafts of natural dyes, carpet weaving, spinning, noodle making, cheese, applebutter cooking, blacksmithing, silver smoldering and other early American crafts which were demonstrated and explained. Arts and crafts shown included quilting, paintings, decoupage, ceramics, dolls, needlework, embroidery and knitting. Winners of the two nightly drawings by the local volunteer firemen were: E. E. Mullet of Baltic, Cristy Robinstine and Joe J. Weaver of Millersburg, $5; Randy Zimmerly of Star Route, Millersburg, $10; L. Kandel of Berlin, $25; Levi Schrock of Walnut Creek, $50, NOW SHOWING the story of a boy and his dogs, HE MADE A PROMISE YOU CAN BUY LANDMARK PRODUCTS — Everyone Can' KATHRYN TUERLER * College Corner Kathryn A. Tuerler, a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Hans Tuerler of RD 1, Strasburg, graduated cum laude from Kent State University. She received-a bachelor of arts degree in individual and family development and home economics and certification in secondary education, voca-. tional home economics. Miss Tuerler was a member of the Kent Chapter of American Home Economics Assn., Alpha Omicron Chi, chairman of student advisory board in School of Home Economics and assisted with various KSU volunteer service programs. She has accepted a teaching position at Warren-Harding High in Warren. and B. F. Miller of Berlin, $100 grand prize. Entertaining Friday night were youth groups from Berlin Gospel Tabernacle, First Baptist Church and Berlin and Martins Creek Mennonite churches. Winning prizes during Saturday afternoon's game contests were: Balloon stump for youngsters ages 6-12 — Tim Beachy of RD 5, Millersburg, 1st place; Marcy English of Berea, 2nd, and Lyne Bodenshotz of Berea, 3rd. Money hunt — Scot, Matt and Chris Miller, Jimmy Rogers and James Hershberger of her.e; Mark Yoder of Newark; Corrine Konya of North Ridgeville, and Jim Porter of Rayettesville. Married women's egg race — Mrs. Tina Neilsen of Newell, W. Va., 1st; Mrs. Barbara Taggart of Brinkhaven, 2nd, and Mrs. Kathy Vogelpohl of Swanton, 3rd. Husband calling — Mrs. Mark Hecker of Walnut Creek, 1st; Mrs. Neilsen, 2nd, and Mrs. Dorothy Neilsen of Newell, W.Va., 3rd. Headlining Saturday night's entertainment was a presentation of the musical, "Love," by area youths under the direction of Mr. and Mrs. Onley Heath. ' A quilt, made by women of the Firemen's Auxiliary, was auctioned by Harry Weiss of Millersburg, a former Holmes County sheriff. The quilt originally had been purchased for $1000 by Holmes Limestone Co. and company officials donated the quilt for the resale. Final purchaser was Dr. Carl Yoder of here with the top price of $250. Total proceeds of $1250 went to local volunteer firemen. Sam Troyer of here purchased a watch fob for $10 which also was auctioned. Participating in a muzzle- loading demonstration and the type of rifle used were: Judson Menuez of Benton, an 1860 Kentucky long with a .45 caliber styled after the Bedford County rifle; Jim Menuez of Benton, half stock blossom music center at the MUSTANG live Entertainment Every Wed., Sat. t Sun. 8PM-JAM NOWOPEH SATURDAY NIGHT* Sat July 27fh... & Sun July 28th... WlT»&?r. S TKASBUKG] "BUTCHCASSIDY8, Th.SUNOANCIKIO"* IMPIROR OF THI NORTH" ADUWIt&OVER "UPYQURAUiY" "UNHOLY ROlliRS" .50 caliber featuring cap and ball loading with a double set trigger; Carl Maxwell of here, Breech loading .10 guage shotgun, and Stanley Miller of here, Breech loading shotgun used for military purposes. The gun has been the property of the Miller family for many generations and is believed to date back to 1835. Jim Nelson and Don Hooley of Wooster teamed to win the doubles tennis tournament event with Stan Gerber of Sugarcreek and Doran Gerber of Baltic as runnersup. Nelson also was the singles champion with Stan Gerber garnering second. Master of ceremonies for the two-day events was Wilber Yoder, a longtime coach and school teacher in the East Holmes school district. *'*"i KjtfilJTittn *• 1 iy^m qUHKER STARTS WED MININGS 7:001 f:00 WID-THURS-fRltSAT MATINIIS 140P.M. Tonight at 8.30 THE SMOTHERS BROTHERS Deodato special guest star Tomorrow at 8.30pm IOM MITCHELL Tom Scott & the L. A, Express Lawn tickets only. Now on sole. This Wednesday at 8.30 FRED WARING and The Pcnnsylvanians Reserved seals: SMOTHERS, WARING 15,6. . J5. Available at Blossom, Severance Hill, all Cleveland Burrows stores; In Akion, Mayflower Ticket, 289 S. Main. Lawn admission: SMOTHERS, MITCHEU M WARING (3.50. On sale at Blossom on performance nights. Gates open 6pm Tues through Sat, 5pm Sun. bloasomuslcenter 1H5 W Steels Corners Rd Cyyahog* Falls. Ohio 44223 Rt. 8 between Akron ft Cleveland Turnpike E»il 12 Cleveland . Akron W Bftl-5674 * 929-304» Tues, Feature Optntgmtollpm SPAGHETTI DINNER A generous portion of Spaghetti with Perkins own famous meat sauce, choice of salad, cottage cheese, apple sauce of cole slaw. Dinner roll, Parmesan cheese $1.39 tvtnings 7 P.M. and 1P.M. BHHLSSKssSSS *"' • TONITf-TlliS 71 f Ml. CHARLES BRONSON "IAD USD in if • MAJESTYK" POSITIVELY LAST 2 DAYS! TONITMUK 71*10 let's face it! isn't it time you had a night out? ate at a great restaurant? enjoyed some entertainment and relaxed? Family Fun Night Every Tuesday Night -4:00 p.m. till Closing. Special Family Meal Prices FOR ADULTS Big Shef» French Fries, i , Turnover & f onl >' large Drink $J20 FOR KIDS Funmealw Tray Which Includes Funburger;«I-._•., French Fries, Small Drink, f onl ' Cookie and a Prize. Good at oil locations in Now Philadelphia, Dovor, and tho surrounding aroot EVERY TUESDAY Colonel Sanders REGULAR DINNER Includes 3 pieces of Kentucky Fried Chicken, mashed potatoes, gravy, slow and 2 warm rolls. 1.25 EVERY WEDNESDAY SANDERS ^SPECTACULAR COMPLETE DINNER 98 Includes 3 pieces fish, cole slaw, trench fries, 2 warm rolls and tartar sauce, "We Use /cefomflc Coo 1 in ovr Fish Dinners" Phone 343-3364 or 922-4801 For LARGE ORDERS OR CATERING 1339 4th NW (On th« Blvd.) New Philadelphia 157 McCouUy Drive (OH the Expressway) Uhrichsville fried lki

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