Lancaster Eagle-Gazette from Lancaster, Ohio on August 25, 1983 · 17
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Lancaster Eagle-Gazette from Lancaster, Ohio · 17

Lancaster, Ohio
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Thursday, August 25, 1983
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f A Siberian Stare A male Siberian tiger lies in its cage at the Bronx Zoo in New York after it and two female tigers arrived from Moscow. The male will stay at the zoo to take up company with Marriage Licenses John David Craig, Col- Charles Harvey Bretz, Lancaster selector umbus, student, and Linda Lancaster, janitor, and , t-nnstopner Keith onitin, Jeanette Garlinger, Lan- Georgia Mae Straits, Lan- L,aneJaste!:' P'l fl"er. and caster, office clerk. caster, homemaker. Wendy Lynn Recchi, Lan- Matthew Parris Link, George Edwin McDonald, caster, unemployed Newark, cable installer, and Jr., Pickerington, security Terry Alan McUurg Pamela Sue Richardson, supervisor, and Mary Kay Lancaster, unemployed, and Lancaster, receptionist. Groff, Pickerington, lab Karen Sue Strohl, Lancaster, Steven William Nichols, technician. unemployed. ctnnteuiii. o i .b.. Wavno Alan 7pimpr Robert Lee Strohl, Lan- and Lisa Rae Spires, Lan- caster, waitress Larry Edward Lovejoy, Ft. Wayne, Ind., electrical engineer, and Rebecca Ann Vardanega, Lancaster, loan servicer. Norman Frederick Wen- dfell, . Jr., Lancaster, dental technician, andKaren Ann ilof I unnnpf af iinnm ih '. Harold Benson ' Palmer, Jr.. Lancaster, breakage, aiid Carolyn Sue Cook, Lan- caster, homemaker. . Richard Allen Disbennett, Lancaster, laborer, and Viekv Lvhn Hart, Lancaster unemployed. David John Kusner, Maple Heights, ' student, and K:ithorina Mprlr - -I.annactor student. ' ' .Darwine Michael Cone, Lancaster, maintenance, and Hazel Pauline Pritchett, I inniclnp miil nlnrlr - Michael Eugene Porter, Lancaster, laborer, and Ruth easier, unempiuyeu Lancaster, roller porter, and Ann Kidder, Lancaster,,1-.A1'a" Konnerth. Susan Kay Kerens, Lan- silver plater. Cana' Winchester security caster, student. Raymond Edward fllcer- and , E' en, Jan Marvin Henry Myers, Rinehart, Baltimore, unem- Ray"ard' Canal Winchester, Thornville, maintenance, ployed, and Barbara Jean bookkeeper and Merle Eugenia Byers. Emmert, Lancaster, cleaner. Marvin tnwooa Miner, Thornville, school bus driver. Anthony Lewis Robinson, Bremen, factory worker and Mark Steven Trimmer, Arlington, Vir., resource uiana Lynn Mapieion, Baltimore, mechanic, and developer, and Teresa Lynn Bremen unemployed Randi Michelle Dobbie, Wenger, Carroll, secretary. . uonaia Alan tox, m. Louis, Baltimore, factory worker. Dale W. Knight, Carroll, Mo., writer and Yvonne Julien Kent Powers, diesel mechanic, and Ellen Louise Fisher, St. Louis, Mo., Thornville, electrician, and Kay Bivens, Carroll, school actress. Patricia ' Sue King, busdriver. Rlchard Carlton White. Jr.. Baltimore, unemployed. Richard Michael Hartman, Lancaster security officer. Brent Richard Smith, Pickerington, claims ad- and chervl Anne Hartranft, Stoutsville, welder, and Lisa juster, and Evelyn Constance Lancaster, manager. Marie Bates, Amanda, un- Pettorini, Pickerington, hair .Earl. Da'ias . D.un'.ee- employed dresser ' ' Thornville, OSP technician, Johnathan Craig Lynch, Ronald Herman Dooley, a"d Brejida Louise Shepherd, Lancaster, architect, and Pickerington. sales manag- Thornville material handler. Susan Beth Mathis, Lan- or, and Nancy Jean Ceteras, G'en Brown, Jr.. Lancaster, receptionist. Pickerington, sales repre- caster, manager, and Carol Joseph Edward Triance, sentative. Ann Hiatt, Lancaster, unem- Lancaster, U.S. Army, and Robert Estel Bussart, P'oyed, Deborah Sue Tobin, Lan- Lancaster, glass worker, and jfi Namibia's Etosha Na- caster, lab assistant. Shirley Ann Valentine, Lan- tional Fark the world's larg- Donald Wayne Dupler, Jr., caster, bar maid. est corral h'olds an estimated uuiiaiu , man k-iti n. Lancaster, car salesman, ana uonna uee &naw, Lan- caster, homemaker. ' , John Manuel Prokopakis, Lancaster, counter person, and Kelly Ann Keenan, Lancaster, crew leader. - TO SAVE YOU MONEY ! 3 PC. CHICKEN DINNER INCLUDES 3 Pel. Chlckan, Mariiad Potatoes, Gravy, Cola Slaw Fraah Biscuit. $1.99 Lli.ll 4 Dn.nt toy Com O.s Thru tt'll 9 PCS. OF CHICKEN $2.99 DnHr Boy Coaion 0W Tkm tHU '2J!ZZmm!mmmm LBaaaaBBaaBaBaaBBai 2 PCS. FISH 1 PT. MASHED POTATOES, FRENCH FRIES y 1 PT. GRAVY & & COLE SLAW J 6 BISCUITS $1.99 l-,4 $1.29 Drar Boy Cvpom 04 Thru I Dmiwr Boy Cowpn G&tA Thru LIMIT 4 Ohio Grown I Ohio Proctind t Ohio Fad t Ohio Distributed I 521 E. Main St. A 619 W. Fair Ave. kcjaic U1?5ij. .Ulf Your Community Minded Restaurant some tigresses there, while the two females will go to Indianapolis and Omaha where they'll find some male com-pansionship. (AP l.aserphoto) Stoutsville, unemployed, and na Kn inu nfiiriii student. Thomas Allen Underwood, Lancaster, operations clerk, and Tammy Kay Sowers, Lancaster, clerk. Carl Allen Turpin, Baltimore, student, and Karen Faye Smith, Lan- Pact" Of Cltn noviH Por Fnnrh i nn. caster, electrical worker, and Barbara Frances Church, Lancaster, teacher. Max James Kayes, Athens, student, and Carta Diane Schmader, Pickerington, student. Michael Robin Woodring, Carroll, welder, and Lisa Ann Schrader, Pickerington, Hpnartmpnt hpfld John Jeffrey Castle, Or- mond. Beach, Fla., driver, and Annetta Lynne sowers, Holly Hill, Fla., secretary. l.arrV PllOAnA W I 1 1 A t ...... . j jorin wune vaieniwie a ouisvme, reureu,. au Wanda Belle Parnsh, Lan- caster, retired Patrick Evan Moody, Lancaster print shop worker, and Kelly Sue Cook, 7 SUPER WAYS GIZZARD DINNER INCLUDES! Glziardt, Mathad Potatoaa, Gravy Cols Slaw A Frssh Biscuit. Ditiwmif Boy 2 RIBS. MASHED POTATOES & SALAD BAR. $3.49 4 Dmlr vi Coupon Oood TMw StSSI 2 PC. CHICKEN MASHED POTATOES, GRAVY & ROLL. $1.19 Drummar Boy Coupon Good Thru 12983 1 ,.j "FOB THOSE WHO PREFER THC ( FARMER BROWN'S FRYING CHICKEN ) Letters Grave Stones Obligations As far as . history . and historical interest and community involvement are concerned, we are most fortunate here in Fairfield County. We can boast of many fine examples of 19th century architecture. We have the Fairfield County Historical Society, the Historical Association, a local chapter of the Ohio Genealogical Society. We have an impressed collection of historical books and reference material in our public library, and 'our newspaper makes its contribution to our interests with many informative articles as well as by keeping us abreast of club activities. The residents of Fairfield County and visitors to our area also frequent our cemeteries. The stones in many of these date back to the early 1800's when our state and caster, engineering techni- ' " Tichenor, Lancaster, stu dent. Patrick Ryan Dodds, Lancaster, architect, and Veronica Ann Fell, Baltimore, nurse. James William Snedeker, Pickerington, sales manag er, and Kimberly Sue Omar, Columbus, office manager. ,Je frey Dav'd Adams, Stoutsville, student, farmer, and, T1ammv1.. Sue Good- Stoutsville cashier. Kenn,eth, Le,e. Hedges Lithopohs tree trimmer, and Teresa. Ann Browning, Lithopohs credit analyst, Mark Alan Harden, Lan caster, sales marketing, Lynn Ann Helser, Lancaster, customer service repre "-"la"r Ralph William Wiseman, Lancaster, service man, and Valerie Lee Spires, Lan , - 80 000 mammais wilnin 500-mile-long wire lence. whjle blocking some migra. ,jon routes it aso heps prevent animals from being sho( for straying onto sur. miinriinrj farms $1.69 Limit 4 Coupon Eiplrt ltftt BEST & """no.. Of Written To The Eagle county were being formed. They serve as a continuing reminder of the pioneer families who cleared the land and formed the base of agriculture and business that encouraged others to settle here. The stones are unique and are not replacable. Much of the art work featured on them is magnificent and the work of craftsmen. There have been instances when these stones have been defaced, broken and even removed from the cemeteries. These old stones belong to all of us. We must all share in the- obligation for their care. 1 for one, would like for them to be here for future generations to view and appreciate. Agnes Moio, 1660E..MainSt. Community Action Praised I'd like to bring to the attention of the citizens of . Lancaster and ' Fairfield County a fine social service. ' Namely Community Action. Almost two years ago my husband was injured at work an had to undergo two major laminectomies (back surgeries) and has been disabled since then. With four sons we have been forced to live on a very limited income and more often than not, no income at all. Two of the leading names in quality leather footwear... BASS assortment of traditional styles. Choose from classic kilties, laced All at sensational value prices in classic colors for Fall. Womens I Stable support and long-playing quality in natural, all leather uppers. SySv5Srfeff?Al S O I I Cushioned insoles and treaded soles. Assorted side details. Mens S a m I I '. Sizes. This style not in every size. -wv ' i f'fwItO Wfii(fem!(D I COMPARED AT $1 8.95 (Tifr VSIS REG. 529.99 COMP. $34.95 SS'ftL $11-95 KU ADIDAS PUt?LiA -T) 1 I iSsrbt. style and quality VpVj525L ( -Vy J1): X. n classic, all-season hina shoe'Llaht- xvSL' H I SlJ'iLfri -X. oxtord. Smart canvas uppers .Tnhi nuin St:v n u, . I NON-SKIO X. ,X with arch support and "e'ehr,s ?5 X P?,Tfi ! OTimSn 5 snifS T?fc. X cushioned insoles uppers wnn Vvcih6iri tr cot lining on diamond I X cusnionea insoies. j elour trim. t tread soles Mens Sizes. J . vVfin ggimit ilfi-iB QagEEU xj'h&L 523 95 LJ ) fLrn WtfySSSi XJrStiK J II I III I I perforations and strappy Ii'i7S$v 4" Narf5vvt3 v S vVv LVy vamps... many on natural r'lT xi - "SpK WI sSttKyrTl S S polished wood bottoms and Vj ' Womens Sizes' After every bit of our savings was used up. Community Action helped us pay our huge utility bill, and then referred us to its winteriza-tion program. We were found to be eligible and placed on the list. I didn't know, much about the program but decided anything that might help keep down the utility bill, always over $200 in the winter months, would be a blessing. Little did I know what a fine and thorough job would be done. . These fine gentlemen worked very hard for four days in the scorching heat to see that we would have a properly insulated home this winter. And what an outstanding job they did! I only regret I did not get all their names so that they could get the proper recognition they deserve. Not only did they do Iheir job extremely well but went beyond their expected duties when I burned up my washing machine. Knowing my husband's condition, they readily came to our rescue and removed the machine from our house. I would like them to know how grateful we are for the fine job they did. We never thought we would find ourselves in this kind of situation but it can happen to anyone. We should all feel very lucky to have such a fine organization and such hard workers in our commu 721 N. Memorial Dr. nity. I don't know what the future will bring for us but I know it will be a little better 1 Please join us irt vri'TTrT r v i v i y rv and MAINE WOODS in an styles, soft mocsand more! and Teens Sizes. Lancaster Eagle-Gazette, - Gazette knowing there are people like them who care. A big thank you to all of you. . NEW LIFE CHRISTIAN CENTER 2642 Columbus Rd. NW. Rt. 33 N. Lancaster, OH 43130 PROUDLY PRESENTS: and for information please call: 687-1572 ittttttttitttti v i r rariT i'T vr f r v i t pi'mrr? air)(!l!X'ltTiAtl$ilWi!llB0'lI' u iw MENS QUALITY LEATHER BASKETBALL SHOES Thursday. Aug. 25, 1983 . Page 17 Editor Mr. and Mrs. F. L. Barnes and sons David and the Giants in Concert August 25, 26, & 27th 8 pm nightly They are a nationally known singing group. The current drummer was the former "Little Ricky" on the I Love Lucy Show. Free will offering.

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