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The Times Recorder from Zanesville, Ohio • 18

Zanesville, Ohio
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00 RECORDER 4-C SUN. FEB. 15, 1981 TACH A 9 MRS. RANDY L. CALE (Judith Kay Wright) Judith Kay Wright Randy Cale Marriage vows were exchanged by Judith Kay Wright and Randy L.

Cale Saturday afternoon in Grace United Methodist Church with Rev. Gene Wells officiating. Parents of the couple are Mr. and Mrs. George E.

Wright of 6140 Rollins Drive, Nashport, and Mr. and Mrs. Merlin Cale of Duncan Falls. The bride's gown of white organza over taffeta was fashioned with fitted, longsleeved bodice trimmed with appliqued roses and a floorlength skirt which extended to a chapel train, also trimmed with appliqued roses. A lace and seed pearl crown held the bride's veil and she carried a cascade arrangement of cream colored carnations tipped in peach and small white roses.

her sister's matron of honor, Diane Combs was attired in a floor-length peach colored dress with a rose Marry print overlay. She carried a tipped in peach. Cale, sister-in-law of the bridegroom, and Diane Cale, his sister, were bridesmaids in ensembles like the honor attendant's. Bruce Cale was his brother's best man, and ushers were Dale Cale, also a brother, and Bob Blake. Amy Stout was flower girl.

Aides for the reception were Kathy Wright, cousin of the bride, and' Connie Stout and Brenda Dilley, sisters of the bride. After a brief wedding trip, the newlyweds will live in Blue Rock. The bride 1 is a graduate of Tri-Valley High School and Muskingum Area Joint Vocational School and is employed in the business office at Bethesda Hospital. Her husband is a graduate of Philo High School and is a member of Grace United Methodist Church. Young Needlecraft 701 681 Laura Designs 681-LET DAUGHTER HELP to 701-ALL SHELLS! She'll love sew this charming wardrobe this puffy, fluffy vest with cap for her 14" favorite doll.

It in- sleeves and scallops all around. cludes a ruffled party dress Crochet in four colors of threewith lazy-daisy embroidery, ply medium weight sport yarn. school dress, crochet sweater, Easy follow directions for overalls, jumper and blouse. Children's Sizes 4-6; 8-10 are Doll not included. included.

Send $2.00 for each pattern. Add each pattern for firstclass airmail and handling. Send to: Laura Wheeler Needlecraft Dept. Needlecraft Dept. 305 The Times Recorder Box 161, Old Chelsea Station, New York, NY 10113.

Print Pattern Number, Name, Address, Zip. See the greatest craft show ever! NEW 1981. NEEDLECRAFT CATALOG- -over 172 designs, 3 free patterns inside. $1.00 ALL CRAFT each 134-14 Quick Machine Quilts 117-Easy Art of Needlepoint 133-Fashion Home Quilting 116-Nifty Fifty Quilts 132-Quilt Originals 115-Ripple Crochet 131-Add a Block Quilts 114-Complete Afghans 130-Sweater Fashions-Size 38-56 113-Complete Gift Book 129-Quick 'n' Easy Transfers 112-Prize Afghans 128-Envelope Patchwork Quilts 111-Hairpin Crochet 127-Afghans 'n' Doilies 110-16 Jiffy Rugs 126-Thrifty Crafty Flowers 109-Sew Knit (Basic Tissue incl) 125-Petal Quilts 108-Instant Macrame 124-Easy Gifts 'n' Ornaments 107-Instant Sewing 123-Stitch 'n' Patch Quilts 106-Instant Fashion 122-Stuff 'n' Puff Quilts 105-Instant Crochet 121-Pillow Show-offs 104-Instant Money 120-Crochet a Wardrobe 103-15 Quilts for Today 119-Flower Crochet 102-Museum Quilts 118-Crochet with Squares 101-Quilt Book Collection 1 Special Offer Choice of any four Books $6.00 Postpaid Choice of any nine Books $12.00 Postpaid Couple Married Saturday The wedding of Karen Arlene Paul, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.

Ronald A. Paul of 1423 Wheeling and Jeffrey Albert Haren, son of Mr. and Mrs. Paul James Haren of Sonora, was an event of Saturday morning at St. Nicholas Catholic Church.

Rev. Richard, Metzger and Rev. Cotton officiated. The bride's white knit gown featured a Queen Anne neckline trimmed with Venise lace, an empire waistline encircled with a band of matching lace, bishop sleeves and a pleated skirt that extended into a chapel-length train. Her fingertip-length veil was caught 'to cap of Venise lace and seed pearls.

She carried a colonial bouquet of peach silk roses. The honor attendant was Julie Gay, wearing a peach empire knit gown with peach floral cape. She carried peach silk roses clustered in baby's breath. Bridesmaids were Jackie Johnson, Melany and Cathy Paul, sisters the bride, and Haren, sister of the bridegroom. Their dresses were identical to the honor attendant's and they also carried peach silk roses and baby's breath.

Nikki Leasure, niece of the bridegroom, was the flower girl. Best man was Mark Ryan. Ushers were Jim, Mike, and Joe Haren, brothers of the bridegroom, and Bob Paul, brother of the bride. The reception was held at the of Hall. Assistants were Melany Wagner, Debbie Woerner, Maxine West, Marlene Whissel, Jean West, and Jane Leasure.

The bride, a graduate of Rosecrans High School, is manager of the National Road Beer Dock and attends Ohio Tiniversity-Zanesville. MRS. JEFFREY ALBERT HAREN (Karen Arlene Paul) The bridegroom is a graduate of Rosecrans High School and attended Muskingum Area Technical College. He is employed as a bricklayer. The couple are members of the church in which they were married and reside at Sonora.

Therapy Of Benefit To Neurotic Pets The PHILADELPHIA of Doberman (AP) owner a pinscher was up against the ropes, so intimidated by his pet that he felt afraid to go home at night. So the man did what any dog owner with a behavior problem on his hands might do. He went to a dog psychiatrist. Victoria Voith, director of the University of Pennsylvania's Animal Behavior Clinic, doesn't like the term "animal psychiatrist." But her background in veterinary medicine and psychology make her qualified to be one. The clinic handles about 160 cases a year.

"Most behavior problems of animals are not related to behavior problems of the particular owners," Dr. Voith said in interview. "Very few pet owners who come in here could be described as disturbed or neurotic. "These are normal people, who have a pet with a problem. Problems are a result of some interaction with the environment," she said.

For example, a dog may relate to human family members as it would to a group of dogs and vie for a dominant position, sometimes backing up demands with g- gressiveness. In the case of the Doberman, the humans in the family deferred to the dog so much that it felt like the leader of the pack and acted accordingly, The prescription called for drug therapy at first. Then the owner taught the dog to sit or lie down for food rewards. Eventually the dog was taught to act that wayto show submission--for everything it wanted, such as dinner, going for a walk or being "This treatment," said Dr. Voith, "subtly reversed the dominance hierarchy." In the case of an old English that was afraid of thunderstorms, the dog was exposed to stereo recordings of thunderstorm noise at gradually increasintensity, without evoking fear.

The dog was rewarded for its calm behavior with chocolate candy. Some problems, however, are physical. were recently presented with a case of apparent audiogenic psychomotor epilepsy. Wild attacks on familly members seemed to be precipitated by sharp sounds," Dr. Voith said.

Another case involved a Lhasa Apso, a relatively rare breed, that would whirl about suddenly and snap at the air while eating. The bizarre behavior was treated with an anti-epilectic medication. "I look for neurological correlations or physiological problems that might be causing the animal's behavior Dr. Voith said. "I also explore the possibility that learning or early experience have contributed to the behavior problem.

"Whenever possible, I like to have several people in the family come to the interview. ETC. HEADLINES Due To The Enormous Success We Are Extending Our Sale A 2nd Week WITH MORE ITEMS SELECTED FROM OUR REGULAR STOCK ALL JEWELRY OVER 1500 PIECES INCLUDING COSTUME STERLING SILVER TURQUOISE GOLD FILLED SEMI PRECIOUS STONES Price ALL MERCHANDISE PRICE OR LESS ALL SALES FINAL EtCetera 528 Market 452-3214 Street Taylor Arnold Service South Zanesville United Methodist Church was the setting Saturday afternoon for the wedding of Patty Arnold and Jack Taylor. Rev. Orlo D.

Freshly performed the ceremony. The bride is the daughter of Rheda Melvin of 1126 Pine St. and the late Joseph Melvin. The bridegroom is the son of Mr. and Mrs.

Luther Taylor of Philo. The bride wore a red dress. Mrs. John Leckrone of South Zanesville, niece of the bride, was the honor attendant wearing a gray flannel skirt and black jacket. John Leckrone was the best man.

A reception was held at 107 Shawnee South Zanesville, home of the newlyweds. The bride is employed by Big Bear, South Zanesville, and the bridegroom is employed by Zanesville Mould GARDEN CLUB Four Seasons Garden Club will meet at 1:30 p.m. Thursday, Feb. 19, at home of Mrs. Charles Axline, 825 Forest Ave.

Mrs. Axline will present a program entitled of Biblical Times" and will show flower arrangements with a Biblical theme. Carefully read directions, special instructions and warnings on packages and containers of household cleaning products. LAST -WEEK FOR OUR WILD AND Crazy FEB. 16 THROUGH 21 Sizes infants thru Prep Pre- Teen All Winter Sale Merchandise At Additional Reductions.

WAS NOW WAS NOW WAS NOW $5 to $9 $3 $30 to $39 $14 $60 to $69 $29 $10 to $19 $5 $40 to $49 $19 $70 to $79 $34 $20 to $29 $9 $50 to $59 $24 $80 to $89 $39 $90 to $99 $44 (614) 452-3973 HOURS: 10 A.M.• 5:30 P.M. VISA Tree House 1424 Maple Avenue (1 block S. of Elbys) "A very special Childhono Shop' 143 PRICES MAYSVILLE GOOD PIKE SUNDAY, FEB. ZANE 15 THROUGH PLAZA SATURDAY, SHOPPING FEB. 21 CENTER Super Home Savers Shop for CORONET great buys on OR your family's HI- DRI LATCH favorite Faultless TOWELS HOOK JUMBO RUG ROLLS KITS SPRAY STARCH DESIGNS ASSORTED 2 FOR save on 6 prints plains Interlock Polyester $100 299 NET WT22 OZ (1L LIMIT 2 EACH CAUTION ORBIT A CAD A Prints 1.00.

Polyester Interlock Enliven your wardrobe with for your skin .79 a are and iety polyester variety of plains, available of prints made interlock. colorful to and from suit A prints plains var- all DAYTIME PAMPERS Spray Starch tastes. Machine washable, ON Helps smoothest, get clothes maintains their Reg. 1.57 wide, yd. on full bolts.

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fluoristan LIGHT Glade .00 BULBS PKGS. AIR FRESHENER WATT 8 Easy paper tackle per package. towels cleaning TUFFLES buckle Limit They jobs 3 under! pkgs. that can rest 4 Count Pkg. 60-75 OR 100 Your Choice TALL KITCHEN 1.99 ea.

.66 TRASH 40 COUNT BAGS PKG. Kitchen Mop or Broom Always ea. to help get more dirt with less Clears odors. your house Choose of annoy- from 247 2 Take musts effort- your for plastic choice keeping of angle floors mop, broom, clean. for ing Air Freshener .86 LIMIT or of sponge Spring Flower, Early Spring, quick cleaning linoleum or tile Floral Sachet or Powder Toothpaste A leadsurfaces Fresh 7 oz.

LIMIT 2 ing effective fighter of cavifragrances. ties. Regular or Mint flaaerosol. vors. 7 oz.

Limit 2 Limit 2 ADVERTISED MERCHANDISE POLICY policy is to always have advertised merchandise in adequate supply in our stores. In the event the advertised merchandise is not available due to unforeseen reasons, will provide a Rain Check, upon request, in order that the merchandise may be purchased at the sale price when it becomes available, or you may purchase similar quality merchandise at a similar price reduction. It is the policy of to see that you are happy with your purchases. is policy to be priced competitively in the market. Regular Sale Prices may vary market by market, but the sale price will always be as advertised.

We will be happy to refund, your money if you are not satisfied with your purchase. and accepted. Your best buy is at BakerBarnes Mr. and Mrs. John F.

Baker of 1234 Lake Drive announce the engagement of their daughter, Jacqueline Sue, to Gregory Allan Barnes of 1956 Road. Barnes is the son of Wanda Perone of 945 Leonard Ave. and Harold Barnes of 1941 Nell Ave. The bride-elect is graduate of Bishop Rosecrans High School and is attending Ohio State Barber College in Columbus. Barnes is a graduate of Zanesville High School and is owner and operator of Barnes Painting and Wallpapering Service.

AUTHORS CLUB Authors Club will meet Saturday, Feb. 21, at the home of Mrs. George Kopf, 2950 Ash Meadows Blvd. The program will be presented by Mrs. Ellsworth Statler, Mrs.


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