The Daily Reporter from Dover, Ohio on August 3, 1974 · Page 9
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August 3, 1974

The Daily Reporter from Dover, Ohio · Page 9

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Saturday, August 3, 1974
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'STORMY SHOALS,' WATERCOLOR BY MARILYN PHILLIS Displayed by Alison Burton, 16, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William Burton of Dover Separatist Days observance begins Rocky River woman's painting best in art festival at Zoar By JoAnne Burkhart Staff Correspondent ZOAR — The painting judged "best in show" at the eighth annual Separatist Days art festival is a seascape entitled "Stormy Shoals" by Marilyn Phillis of Rocky River. Other firsts in the adult division were: best drawing, "Wagon Shed-Zoar" by Barbara Jenkins of Akron; best photography of recent Zoar scene, "Ruetenik's Cabin" by Margaret Gray of RD 1, Bowerston, and best oil landscape, "Marblehead" by Norman Harris of Coshocton. Ernest Cottrell of Akron received two ribbons: for best oil still life, "Still Life with Orange," and best seascape, "Great Water." In the watercolor category, awards went to best landscape, "Amish Country" by Diane Hill of Massillon; best still life,."Ice Cream Freezer" by Tom Franto of North Canton ; best portrait, "James" by Biki Williams of Canton, and best Zoar scene, "Zoar Assembly House Shed" by Fred Royer of Northfield. Junior division winner was "Knobbed Reflections" by Jeffrey Day of Wilkshire Hills. Honorable mentions went to M.J. Grunua of Berea for "Winter in Zoar;" Nancy Graven of North Canton for "Circling Feathers;" Royer, "Breaking Surf;" Cleo Williams of Canton, "Young Joe;" Franto, "Silo Top," and M. Phillis, "The Cattleman." Art festival hours are 10-8 today and 10-7 tomorrow in the old schoolhouse. Separatist Days 1974 opened this morning with an antique show and sale, craft demonstrations, home tours and the art festival beginning at 10 a.m. and continuing until tonight. Music on the old pipe organ in the meeting house (Zoar United Church of Christ) may be heard at intervals until 5 today. A free concert by the Dominic Greco Memorial Band begins tonight at 6:30 on the school lawn. At 8:30, a Zoar- fest in the fire station will include German food and music. Tomorrow the craft demonstrations, home tours and antique show will be repeated from 10 to 6 and the art show from 10 to 7. Sunday's highlight will be a last load of harvest parade at 2 p.m. followed by a special recognition of all past students of the Zoar school. Activities will conclude at 7 with the closing of the art festival. Demonstrating artists will be Bette Elliott of North Canton, Ernest Cottrell of Akron, Helen Douds of Dover and Bill Rippel of New Philadelphia. Judges were: Pat Burkholder of RD 1, Bolivar, and Mr. and Mrs. Charles Knaack of Zoar. There were a total of 135 entries. Ladder stolen Jack Walton of 1076 Grant st. NW reported to New Philadelphia police at 1:56 p.m. Friday the theft of a ladder, valued at $250, from his residence. Gus Lambros of Dover reported at 10:45 p.m. that someone had attempted to force the rear door of his apartment house at 1105 Tuscarawas av. NW. Nothing was known to be missing. Motorist cited JEWETT - Foster W. Thomas, 59, of here, was cited for driving while intoxicated by Wintersville patrolmen Friday night at 9:45 after his westbound auto went off Rt. 151, just east of here, and overturned. Thomas escaped injury, but his auto was extensively damaged. »No Cover or Minimum Charge the area's most beautiful cocktail lounge! When many people see Leonard's for the first time, they say, "This place is really great! Why hasn't someone told me about it before?" We think it's a great place too, but you won't really know unless you come and see it for yourselL.to taste just about the best cocktails you'll find...anywhere!... to listen to some of the finest entertainment you'll find...anywhere!...to enjoy one of the coziest.most comfortable lounges you'll find...anywhere! Why not drop in tonight or tomorrow evening?...we think you'll be happy you did! Now Entertaining in the lounge... "HEAT" You'ra sure to enjoy this versitile show group, playing your favorite tunes from the 50's - 60's 70's. They have appeared at some of the finest clubs in Cleveland and northern Ohio. Leonard's Downstairs features live entertainment every evening, Wednesday thru Saturday, ..see them tonight at Leonard's. W. 5th St, Dover COMING NEXT WEEK "Tom Thomas & Gam" 93 youngsters vie for prizes in West Lafayette mini parade EBftW B-1 ByJeannlneSouthcrs Staff Correspondent WEST LAFAYETTE Burl Park was overrun with cowboys, Indians, clowns and smiling people Friday night as 93 children marched and peddled In the mini parade prior to the coronation of homecoming mini queen, Karen Kaiser, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Bradley Kaiser. Dale Gress, Chamber of Commerce president, was on hand to do the honors. Her attendents were Linda Elder, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Bob Elder, and Laura Woods, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James Woods. Gress thanked the Pandorian Club for its work with the queen contest and parade. Mrs. Carolyn Hykes was this year's chairman. Silver-dollar prises went to the following: Shelly Laflln, Steve Rose, Scott Rose, Sue Ann Dunlap, John Turbevllle, Jackie Little, Harold Fredrickson, Danny Brennaman, Michael Rice, Romalne Hackney, Shawna Williams, Jerri Wright, David Clement, Milissa Bates, Greg Hykes, Jody Tilt-am!-run kills Hamilton boy, 14 HAMILTON, Ohio (AP) — Michael Caudill, 14, of Hamilton was killed in a hit- and-run accident Friday, police said. The youth was knocked 44 feet by a speeding car, according to police. The car and driver are being sought. Lynn Harsh, Brian Lewis, Mike Laflln, Nina Owens, Jessie Hackney, Lavonne Owens, Mike Hamilton and Billy Swails, Rev. Wayne Harmon, Chamber vice president, was master of ceremonies as the singing Chubb family offered gospel music and Rev. Frank Roughton of Cambridge paraphrased the Sermon on the Mount, in keeping with this year's homecoming theme, "BlbleStories." Tonight at 8, the community band, under the direction of Mrs. Rosemary Mizer, will present a variety of music. A program of country and western music featuring Junior and the Country Echoes will conclude the 27th Annual Homecoming, termed the best ever by many. _..._ Scott Nixon, 4, participated in the mini parade for the first time this year. Joining him was his sister, Lynn, 5. They are the children of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Nixon of Wadsworth and grandchildren of.Mr. and Mrs. Robert Broome of West Lafayette. vv a lovely way to spend an evening' DOVER, OHIO'S BRAND NAME SELF-SERVE DEPARTMENT STORE MIRACLE LANE PLAZA SHOP DAIIY: 10A.M.-9P.M. SUNDAY: NOON-6P.M. 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