The Daily Reporter from Dover, Ohio on December 24, 1970 · Page 29
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December 24, 1970

The Daily Reporter from Dover, Ohio · Page 29

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Thursday, December 24, 1970
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Phone firm prepares for holidays frEW YORK (UPI) - The American Telephone and Telegraph Co. is adding more than 4000 circuits and putting 1300 others in service ahead of schedule to handle an expected fedord number of interstate and foreign telephone calls this Christmas., Company spokesmen announced they expect to handle more than 10 million calls during the holiday season, 12 to 26 per cent more than last year. AT&T said reduced Interstate rates will begin at 5 p.m. (EST) today and extend through the holiday weekend. GREETINGS OF TEE SEASON 4 •«S5?^f >»•• -MERRY CHRISTMAS, FRIENDS! ' . •_ • >' Swiss Hat Restaurant Sugarcreek 0, come all ye faithful Let every heart rejoice in the spiritual blessings and inspiration of the season. And may ({rent joy be yours at this most happy, holy time. Widder Shell Service Sugarcreek Hove a Merry Christmas Midvale Lions Club members Mike Hamilton <L) and Reed basket." (Photo by Alan King). Oberholtzer, fill boxes to complete the group's "project white IT'S ) to all on | Christinas ! Day. Two Graces Maple St. ' Sugarcreek • Ti 'ics-Hoportcr Tfinrs., Dec. 24, 197(1 c-s This frosty fellow ' brings our wishes and many thanks fbr all your trust. Repairing toys for the children's portion of the project were Dave Torgler (L), Rick Cross, Flex Yosick, Gary Zimmerman and Lewis Hunter, members of the Indian Valley North Midvale project to aid the needy industrial arts class. Doll clothes and hairdos were handled by the school home economics department. (Photo by Alan King). Sugarcreek Cartage Co. Sugarcreek It's always a pleasure to * wish our friends happiness! Horrisburger Implement Inc. Established 1885 Walnut Creek-West Lafayette TO ALL, •A JOYOUS GREETING Uhrden Inc. Sugaraeek By MILDRED BONNER Staff Correspondent MIDVALE — "Project White Baskets" is in full swing here today as boxes of canned goods, coffee, tea; cereals and staple foods are being distributed by local Lions Club members to 35 less fortunate families in the Indian Val'ey North school district. The a hove foods were sol'cited by children of Lions and Lady x Lions while milk, potatoes, butter, bread, fruit, meats and candy were purchased by the clubs and included in the baskets. Workshop sessions were .held throughout the past month in the school which soon took on the appearance of "Santa's toys h o p.'' Elves, looking surprisingly like Coach Pete Hilliard and boys in the industrial arts department, had the task of refurbishing used toys donated by area residents. The workers i-owmeutPd on how a bicycle, wagon or toy Qhair can be transformed from the "trash" category into a bright, exciting gift with a new coat of paint or a replaced wheel or leg. In the little girls' department, a doll, no longer cared about in one home, will become another child's love tomorrow after a shampoo and hair set, or new clothing styles; tasks performed by Mrs. Johanna Jones' home economics class. In addition to the rebuilt toys, the clubs have purchased several hundred dollars worth of new toys and members contributed toys for the project rather than have a gift exchange for themselves at their Christmas ppty Saturday. The toys were distributed '• Monday at the school with par- j ents selecting gifts for their 1 children. ' Besides this annual seasonal benefit, Lions also serve the community by their year 'round sight-saving projects which aid in the purchase o" glasses and artificial eyes, and finance eye surgery, They participate in Pilot Dogs Assn. eye research foundation a"('. an n "-•ationa- schools program in Latin America. The clubs sponsor an Easter .egg hunt each year for srea children; an annual Halloween parade aw! treats; tw> $lfP scholarships for a boy and a girl, graduate of Indian Valley North j High, and trophies at the athletic banquet. With the projects completed, the Lions and their Ladies can go home tonight and enjoy the holiday with their families,) knowing with happy hearts they have helped make a "merry Christmas" for families including over 70 children. CHRISTMAS CHEER We would like to extend our warmest wishes (o all , our friends, patrons. Ott Hardware heating & air conditioning Baltic and peace of this holiday season be with you. **y Ames Excavating Beach City 0. sw ^> v •. i^vjfc _ for Christmas With good old-fashioned enthusiasm we send ~ Christmas greetings and warm wishes that you and your dear ones may enjoy a bounty of wonderful holiday pleasures. Ken & Don MAUST Distributor of Standard Oil Products Sugarcreek, Ohio V

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