•' n O The TIMES-REPORTER U-O Sat, Aug. 3.1974 DOVER-NEW PHILADf IPHIA, OHIO MR. AND MRS. DAVID ROENBAUGH Earth Photo College Corner Students named to the spring querter dean's honor list at the Kent State University Stark Campus are: Robert Wilyat of Brewster, Debra Notz of Dover, Dale Mathias ••# Jr. of Dundee, and Jean Baker and Penny Sickle of East Sparta. Miami University in Oxford has announced the names of students named to either the dean's or president's lists for the spring quarter. A student must have attained a grade average of 3.5 or better to merit dean's list honors while a 4.0 average must have been obtained to receive president's list honors. Named to both lists with a 4.0 designated after those achieving president's list status were: Jody Hill of Dellroy; Michael Finney, Robert Lapp and Bradley McConnell of Coshocton; Jeffrey Warren (4.0) of West Lafayette; Dale Andreas (4.0), David Haglock, . Janis Rinderknecht (4.0) William Rinderknecht of Dover, and Stephen Maurer and Richard Jagunic of New Philadelphia. MORE MYSTERY THAN HOPE? The Hope Diamond, fabulous gem of magic and myth, was recently found to have yet another quality. Scientists have discovered that the Hope, after exposure to ultra-violet rays, glows red in the dark. This amazing phenomenon, unique in the diamond world, can be viewed daily at the Smithsonian Institute, where the diamond resides. The carry-on oupled exchange vow* l summer cooler m "^ I® Patterson and Roenbaugh Lynh L. Patterson, daughter of Mrs. Gwenn L. Patterson of RD 3, Coshocton, and Elmo Patterson of Chestnut st., Nelsonville, and David R. Roenbaugh, son of Mr. and Mrs. Earl Roenbaugh of RD 5, Coshocton, were married last Saturday. Rev. William Moran solemnized the couple's VQWS on the birthday of the bride's mother in Keene United Methodist Church. Mrs. Larry Pepper was organist and Mrs. Raymond Pew and Reed Varian were vocal soloists. The bride wore a gown of silk organza designed with a Venice lace bodice, duchess neckline and short sleeves, chapel train was bordered with lace. She also wore opal earrings belonging to her mother and carried a handkerchief that her grandfather brought from France during World War I. She also had a sixpence that she purchased in London. Mrs. Mark McCullough of Coshocton was matron of honor and Linda Ringwalt of Warsaw and Phyllis Pew of Columbus, the bride's cousin, were bridesmaids. Leo MiTler of West Liberty, W. Va., served as best man. Ushers were Thomas Eaton of Coshocton, Maurice Stevens of Eaton and the bride's cousin. Jay Pew of Hollywood, Calif. A reception was in the church parlor where the bridegroom's parents hosted a rehearsal dinner. After a wedding trip through northern Ohio, Michigan and Canada, the couple will reside at 219 N. Cherry st., Eaton. The bride was a secretary at Edmont-Wilson Co. in Coshocton and her husband, a 1972 graduate of Ohio University, is a teacher at Eaton. . Both are 1968 graduates of Riv- erviewHigh. DIAMOND MERCHANTS SINCE 1902 "* 124N. MOADWAY 343-8622 NEW PHILA. Church Corner Anderson Class The Anderson Class of First United Methodist Church in_ New Philadelphia had a picnic" Wednesday night at the Alvin Riggle farm at Leesville. Sixty five were present. Rev. Robert Dieterich asked the invocation. Mrs. Alvin Riggle was chairman of the picnic and her committee comprised Mrs. Meredith Packer Hannah Pittis, Fred Augar, Mrs. Jean Trustdorf, Mrs. Bud Mercer, Mrs. Margaret Vale and Dorothy Fisher. Carpenter photo MR. AND MRS. DAVID SHORES Hanson and Shores Joan Ellen Hanson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Hanson of RD 2, Dover, and David Allen Shores, son of Mr. and Mrs. Donald Shores of 1120 Sherman av., New Philadelphia, were married June 29 in New Philadelphia First Church of God. Rev. Virgil Harmon solemnized the couple's vows in a double ring ceremony. Rebekah Schwarm of Dover and Rena Taylor of New Philadelphia were organist and vocalist, respectively. The bride's gown of rose- point chantilly lace featured a jewel neckline with a self- ruffle, camelot sleeves, ruffled hemline and white ribbon accents. She also wore an engagement ring belonging to her grandmother, the late Mrs. Eff ie Hanson of Dover. Maid of honor was Rachel Schwarm of Dover and bridesmaids were Maryruth Loessi of Dover, Mrs. Roger (Barb) Rover of Anderson, Ind,, and Beverly Shores of New Philadelphia, the bridegroom's sister. Michael Lanham of New Philadelphia was best man. Ushers were Roger Royer of Anderson, Thomas Heid of -Canton, Floyd Swinderman' and Terry Bonnell of New Philadelphia and Ted Hanson of Dover, brother of the bride. A reception was in the church social hall and the bridegroom's parents hosted a rehearsal dinner in the Buck- It takes about 2000 handpicked coffee cherries to provide enough beans for one pound of roasted coffee. eye Hotel at Uhrichsville. After a honeymoon at Mohican State Lodge, the couple is residing at RD 1, Dover. A 1973 graduate of Dover High, the bride is a nursing school student at the Tuscarawas Campus of Kent State University. She is employed part-time at Lawson's Dairy Store in New Philadelphia. Her husband, a graduate of New Philadelphia High, is employed-at Greer Steel Co. in Dover. There's one familiar staple in everybody's bathroom that is rapidly becoming a part of the outdoor scene as well. Baby powder, which was once thought of as an after- bath luxury exclusively, is finding its way into pocketbooks, locker rooms, picnic hampers, bicycle baskets and golf bags. That's because baby powder is not just a luxury. As many people are discovering in the heat of summer, it's an absolute necessity. Heat rash and other summer discomforts are not confined to babies, and any adult who leads a normally active life knows that even the smallest exertion in the summer can make you feel perspiry and uncomfortable. For these people, whether they be on their way to work, or out for a day at the beach or country club, a morning sprinkle of baby powder is usually the first order of the day. It helps keep you cool and dry, and in the summer who could ask for more? V Best of all, baby powder is portable and the smallest size fits easily into just about anything you might be carrying with you. So, make summertime a cool time with a little help from baby and a generous sprinkle or two from you. The popularity of coffee in America was greatly enhanced after the Boston Tea Party, when it was considered disloyal to drink tea, which up to that time was the favored beverage. The exhilarating effects of coffee were first discovered by an ancient goatherd who discovered his goats blissfully prancing about after munching on coffee leaves. Mo Leek Pine Products • Lamps • Spice Racks • Mirrors • Book Ends lwl» AmtrhM 1 CMltmptnt y Bring your Love to our Shoppe and take a look around. wmm "Big City Gifts at small city prices" OPEN: Daily 9 a. m. to 9 p. m.-Sunday Noon to 7 p. m. Gazebo Garden Gift Shoppe Pb«it343-M42 1700 (ail High Avt..
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