The Daily Reporter from Dover, Ohio on December 24, 1970 · Page 17
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The Daily Reporter from Dover, Ohio · Page 17

Dover, Ohio
Issue Date:
Thursday, December 24, 1970
Page 17
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Hie I'imcs-ltaportcr Q r Thwrs., Dec. 24, 1970 D""O tty VlttOINiA ADD1SON UHRtcMsviLLE ^-Placing the Creche undet the Christmas tree is one of the highlights of the holiday season for -Rev,'arid Mrs. Joseph 0. (JoAnn) Glass^ ner and their four daughters. "We are pretty maeh an average, traditional family but the season means a lot to us," Mrs. Glassner noted. "We have attempted to replace the Creche but the 'children always object. We got it when we were first .married, years ago, and several of the ngurmes are broken and faded. It is something special just to watch them place it under the tree." Rev. Glassner served in East Springfield prior to accepting the pastorate in the First United Methodist Church last July, replacing Rev. Arden Beck. He is a native of Greenfield. Mrs. Glassner is a Columbus native. The family resides in the church parsonage at 420 E. 3rd st. Two daughters, Susie, 19, and enjoy traditional Christmas creche Patty, 18, share an apartment in Columbus. Susie is employed in i'Huntfngton National Bank and 'will attend Ohio State in Ja as a/paruime student. Patty is enrolled at Nationwide Beauty School. Linda, 15, is a sophomore , at Claymont High and Tammy, 10, is a fifth grader at Trenton av. • Susie and Patty arrive home today with their grandmother, Mrs, Clarence Cochran, and their aunt and uncle, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Hollinbach,, all of Westerville, Mrs. Glassner's On >this joyous day, may you be blessed with love, peace and happiness. Click Burial Vault Co. 415 Selmont Ave. N.W. New Phila mother and sister. The will attend services tonight at 11 in the church where Linda and Mrs. Glassner will sing with the choir. This will be the first year the two old- ist girls will not be a part of ;he choir. Following Christmas Eve ser- viceg> the family will gather around the tree, for cookies, hot chocolate • and egg nog. Gifts will not be opened until morning. , .Ready for their .family Christmas celebration are Mrs. Jo Ann Glassner (rear left), Rev. Glassner and children Tammy (seated left) and Linda. Subcommittees to revisit campuses COLUMBUS (UPI) - Special legislative subcommittees' that conducted hearings on Ohio col- iege campuses following last spring's, disorders will revisit them in January and February t o see if conditions have changed. '.•'.' The 15-member committee issued a report after a three- month study last October citing internal problems as the chief cause of unrest. The subcommittees will talk with school officials, faculty -members and students to deter"mine.'if the institutions have acted on committee recommenda* tiding* ?rfjo tljw jog atifc 'Ultiat tl|? Imw buatU uf , iwf ^aua? to Irifo uiialjtu for anil fjajumteaa to our o^ar rwatomfra, all. Volume Value Center S. Wooster Ave. Dover tions to increase .security precautions and-open lines of communications.' ' • ' We hope your Yule is simply heavenly! Dover Greenhouses & Gift Shop 718 Boulevard, Dover We, at Surety wish you a MERRY CHRISTMAS and a HAPPY NEW YEAR Surety will IK; closed both Chrihlmas •ndNrw Years Dav. Holiday Hours: Mon., Tues., Wed. & Thurs. 9 am - 5 pm \\-WA the SURETY savings & loan co. 321 N.VVOOSTER AVE'., DOVER 343-5591 May the joys and blessings of Christmas be with you and yours through this season and the coming year. From The Employees & Management The Greer Steel Co. Dover

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