The Daily Reporter from Dover, Ohio on August 3, 1974 · Page 12
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August 3, 1974

The Daily Reporter from Dover, Ohio · Page 12

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B-4 The TIMES-REPORTER Sat., Aug. 3,1974 DOVER NEW PHILADELPHIA. OHIO Tonight's TV Programs 2 :00 :30 3 :00 :30 5 :00 :30 6 :00 :30 9 :00 :30 10 00 30 4 1 Baltimore Orioles Vi. Detroit Tigers Statlost Her* It Is NBC News World/Survival Untimtd World I iftiM •News MOVIE: M«n From UNCLE Baubill Baltimore OriolM Vi. if- Detroit Tlgirs Salt of Century Survival News NBC News Lawrence Welk News MOVIE: Am. Bandstand Car and Track Sports legends .!$JEl$kf!Cn' Wide Woild Sports Eyewitness Reasontr Report Black on Black Partridge Family MOVIE: Owen Marshall News Rock Concert WTRF NIC Lassie Car & Track Baseball Baltimore Orioles Vs. Detroit Tigers Green Acres Bobby Ooldboro News NBC News Lawrence Welk leti.Lit, Mews MOVIE: 8 WJW CIS Children s Film Soul Train Lawrence Welk News CBS News Hee Haw All in Family M'A'S'H Mary Tyler Moore Bob Newhart Barnaby Jones News MOVIE: WSTV CIS/AIC Children's Film NFL Game Action '74 Roller Game Wilburn Bros. Hee Haw All in Family M'A'S'H Mary Tyler Moore Bob Newhart Barnaby Jones Ernest Angely WJAN Niven Miller Drug Expo Roller Derby Nashville Music MQVlf: MOVIE; IJA / J WAKR AIC Am. Bandstand Wrestling Call of West Make A Wish Profile Courage Wide World Sport! Day of Miracles King is Coming Jimmy Swaggart Partrjdpj Family Owen Marshall News Ernest Angely wviz Sesame Street Electric Co. Nurtrition Misterogers TV Parade Zooml Sesame Street Sesame Street Sesame Street Man Destroys Firebird Particular Men Old Movies Football High School East Vs. West C»M«<))l«TwhCltvArM *Wnl Maverick The Untouchables NFL Games Bobby Goldsboro MOVIE; "Wtodom'i MOVIE: WKBF INMMNOINt .. Wrestling It Takes A Thief Get Smart Lassie Outer Limits MOVIE: ITtm Stiipei HI tin Sun" MOVIE: World War II squadron holding reunion at Atwood Strasburg AL event nets $500 By Mary Farthing Telephone 878-5675 STRASBURG — Approximately $500 was cleared on the recent public chicken barbecue sponsored by the local American Legion Post. A membership drive is being conducted and interested persons should contact Cmdr. Keith Marburger. Dues are now payable and may be paid to Marburger at Marburger's Grill. Installation of officers will be held Aug. 12at8p.m. Summer communion for First Lutheran Church will be Sunday at the 8 and 10:15 a.m. services. Rev. George Cressman will return from vacation. Seminarian Steve Fisher, who served the parish during the absence of Rev. Cressman, will assist in the communion service. Sam Seward will have a solo at the late service. Youth of the church will have a camp-in trip to Xenia to assist in the cleanup of that area. Those youth who will be participating should sign up in the narthex. The youths will leave Thursday at 6 a.m. and return Saturday afternoon. Previously the group went to Washington and New York City. Church members are reminded to take clothing for Lutheran World Relief to the church for a Sept. 29 collection date. Needed are children's clothing, men's work clothes and blankets. Strasburg High Class of 1969 will have its fifth reunion Aug. 10at7:30p.m. in the Delphian • Inn at New Philadelphia. Cost is $6 per person and reservations may be made by calling Mrs. DonGerber (878-5858). The annual benediction at Old St. Peter's Church will be Aug. 11 with a lunch at 1:30 and the benediction at 3:30. CALENDAR Tuesday Council, 7:30p.m., in village hall. Thursday Franklin Township trustees, 7 p.m., in the township hall. MIDVALE VFW Dance 10-1 Saturday "Nile Hawks'' Results good... Chester Mizer (L) of RD 1, Stone Creek, shows Steve Turner, county conservationist with the Soil Conservation Service, his field of alfalfa planted in May, using a no-till seeder which does not disturb the turf. A group of 60 county growers and guests toured the Alva Williams farm in Salem Township and Mizer's Thursday to inspect plots planted with the seeder. John Veley, county Extension agent, secured the seeder from Mississippi and it is available free to county growers. Veley believes the new planting process will be especially useful on the rolling slopes in the county and save soil that usually is taken to the bottoms with a heavy rain when traditional tillage methods are used. G. B. Triplett, agronomist from the Ohio Research and Development Station at Wooster, and Don Myers of Dover, state Extension agronomist, spoke briefly to the group. Mohawk Junior Women plan arts, craft program MALVERN - The second annual Arts and Crafts week was planned and reports made on recent lake activities when Lake Mohawk Junior Women met in the clubhouse. Mrs. William (Barb) Balogh, in charge of the program Monday through Friday from 9:30 to 11:30 a.m., has organized sessions and purchased materials for the youngsters ages 2-12. Children will be permitted to take their projects home daily. Volunteer mothers will conduct the classes. Mrs. Lee (Sandy) Archibald HOT PORK DINNER Choice of French Fries, Home Fries, Mashed Potatoes. Salad, Cottage Cheese, Apple Sauce or Cole Slaw. Sun. Feature m CLOSE AT 10PM SUNDAY NIGHT CLOSED ALL WEEK From Aug. 5 - Open Aug. 12 For Vacation For Emergency Calls only Phone 343-8748 Coll AM only 510Tu»c.Av«.,N.W. and Mrs. Raymond (Ginny) Cappelli, who had charge of the recent beach dance, tentatively planned to sponsor a similar event next year. Music was by the Shantels and Mrs. Kenneth (Ann) Keifer won a set of lawn furniture. Junior Women will sponsor a teen "Beach Hop" Aug. 17 from 8 to midnight on the east beach. Music will be by Thirty First Exit of Alliance. Arrangements are in charge of Erin Abel and Joann Mathias. Through the efforts of the inner-club council, a regular public games night is set for Aug. 16 and a special one for Aug. 23 at the west beach clubhouse. Refreshments will be provided and door prizes awarded. A hayride is being planned for September. Hostesses were Mrs. William (Mary Ann) Hays and Mrs. Archibald. Brown Township Grange members elected as officers to Pomona Grange are: Mrs. Isabel Brothers, lecturer; Paul Bortz, steward; Edward and Phyllis Harstine, assistant stewards; Harold and Elizabeth Barber, chaplain and Flora; Harold Magee. gatekeeper; Helen Roach, Ceres, aod Bill Hoach, executive cornmitteeman. Cope gets Harrison GOP post By Isabelle Chancy Telephone 942-2643 CADIZ - Michael (Mike) Cope of 133 E. Market st. has been named Harrison County campaign chairman for Mayor Ralph Perk of Cleveland, Republican candidate for the U.S. Senate. A 1973 graduate of Cadiz High, Mike attends St. Clairsville branch of Ohio University. He has operated Mike's Aquarium in the basement of his home since age 10 and assists his mother in the operations of Cope's Studio. He is a member of the county Republican central and executive committee. Council has invited local merchants to a special meeting Aug. 14 at 7 p.m. in the village hall to discuss parking problems, particularly unloading of service vehicles. to appear in Cleveland DUNDEE — Several local volunteer firemen are expected to appear on the Del Donohoe Show on Channel 3, Cleveland, Wednesday at 7 p.m. when a demonstration will be given on fighting fires with helicopters. The demonstration was given during a meeting of volunteer fire departments at Baltic. Local firefighters answered three calls last weekend. A pile of fence posts and lumber burned at the Lew Watkins farm on County Rd. 94 on Friday while Saturday a call was made to Machan's Rocks off Rt. 93 near the Karl Kloha farm. Sunday there was a grass fire at the Russell Frazier farm west of the village, believed to have started from a discarded cigaret. During the volunteer's meeting, Fire Chief Bill Miller reported six fire runs and one emergency run made in July. Plans, were finalized for hosting the Tuscarawas County Firemen's Assn. meeting Aug. 26 when Parker Brown will demonstrate using foam toextinguishoil.auto, tire and straw bale fires. Refreshments were served by Allen Baker. Dr. James V. Heidinger II, Mrs. William Spiker and Mrs. Maxine Snode of Drummond United Methodist Church will attend the good news convocation of Evangelica Arm Church Tuesday through Thursday at Louisville, Ky. Dr. Heidinger is a board member. Members of Unit 34 of the American Legion Auxiliary will have a family picnic Aug. 30 at 6:30 p.m. at Sallie Buffalo Park. Harrison County fair board members will meet Monday night in the secretary's office at the fairgrounds to prepare a WCTU session set at Jewett JEWETT - The Harrison County Women's Christian Temperance Union will hold a convention Wednesday from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. in the local United Methodist Church. Speaker will by Silvia Pipkin, a field worker from Coshocton. Lunch will be served by women of the church at a cost of $2. Interested women in surrounding counties are welcome to attend. Driver fined NEWCOMERSTOWN Gayle A. Marlatt of 323 E. State st. was fined $25 in mayor's court Thursday after pleading guilty to a turn violation. The charge was filed July 24 after a minor traffic accident at S. College and E. State st. ( 7C~ * Zoarrest SATURDAY -8:30 P.M. Costumed German Band. German food. Draft Beer. Good times. At the Zoar Fire Station. Next to the Old Schoolhouse. Admission is $1.00, for this fun-filled Separatist Days event. Come early for the free concert at 6:30 on the schoolhouse lawn. TONKSHTH "Danny Ford & Group" Ricai-do 's Lounge At The Expressway—Uhrichsville EdMinnic^Mgr. Behind IK Rest. financial statement on last week's fair. The annual Dickerson Church homecoming will be Aug. Ilat2p.m. COURT RECORDS Wedding licenses Michael Allen Moreland, 21, Bridgeport, and Bonnie Sue Stanwick, 20, RD5, Cadiz. Raymond Lee Gross, 25, and Patricia Ann Thompson, 22, both Jewett. Marion Duane Albright, 52, RD 4, Cadiz, and Dorothy Rosetta Haney, 52, New Rumley. Paul Scott Sedgmer Jr., 19, RD 4, Cadiz, and Martha Joe Sickle, 20, Cadiz. Leroy Steve Dulkoski, 20, Jewett, and Carla Sue Hitchcock, 16, RD 1, Hopedale. Daniel Kevin Ferguson, 19, Deersville, and Debra Jane Dean, 18, Barnesville. Stephen Ralph Wright, 24, Freeport, and Vickie Lynn Cope, 19, Deersville. More than 100 members ni the 302nd Airborne Squadron are at Atwood Lake Lodge this weekend for the 15th annunl reunion of the squadron which saw action in the European theater during World War II. Mr. and Mrs. Vincc Petrella of 120 Hemlock St., Dover, are serving as host and hostess for the group which Petrella describes as "the gypsies of World War II, who hopped from one advance Air Force base to another, clearing, maintaining and holding until the Air Force arrived." Members from as far away as Texas, Alabama, Iowa and California are attending. The program includes visits to Schoenbrunn State Park, Warther Museum in Dover Held Overt Ends Tuesl ADULTS Only This Program! "The CENTERFOLD GIRLS"& "The CANDY SNATCHERS" L TRE Held Over! Ends Tuesl CLINT EASTWOOD is DIRTY HARRY in "MAGNUM FORCE" Plus RICHARD HARRIS in "The DEADLY TRACKERS" and the professional football Hall of Fame at Canton. A dance and social period arc on the schedule for tonight, with the annual meeting to decide the site of the 1976 get-together to be held Sunday. Next year the group will meet in Iowa. Iowa farmers purchase about $17,000 in goods and services just to get 1000 hogs ready for market. WIT DISNEY PRODUCTIONS' ' ADULTS $2.00 Children Under 12 $1.00 at the Live Entertainment Every Vied., Sat. ft Sun. 8PM- / AM Sot. Aug. 3rd... (from the Cleveland Agora Club) "BOCK" Sun. Aug. 4th... "WILD CHERRY ii WIN A MINI VOLKSWAGEN-STOP IN AT "BRIGHTWOOD MOTORS" OR "QUAKER THEATRE" - TO FIND OUT HOWI UlflkT EVENINGS 7:00 & 9:00 TODAY-MON&TUES MATINEES 2:00 SUNDAY 1-3-5-7-9 CHILDREN $1.00 n.'l.JW b, OUtN» VI3T» OISTHIBUTION CO . 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