The Daily Reporter from Dover, Ohio on April 10, 1967 · Page 18
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Dover, Ohio
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Monday, April 10, 1967
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e Daily Reporter, Dover, 0,, Monday, April 10, Caraway Senior Girl Named Valedictorian By MRS. TOM SCHUPBACH Telephone 852-2610 SUGARCREEK - SHANESVILLE — Brenda Immel, with a perfect 4-point average throughout high school, has been named valedictorian of the Caraway High class of 1967. Waneta Youngen, with a 3.92 average, is salutatorian. Other top ranking seniors and their averages are: Susie Ott 3.91; Glenn Youngen, 3.86; Linda Schrock 3.81; Dan Herman 3.71 and Cheryl Hartline 3.68. Brenda has been active in Pep and Dramatics clubs, Forensic League and Future Teachers of America and is vice president of the Franklin Literary Society. Homecoming queen for 1966, she served as varsity basketball statistician, participated in several speech contests and is a member of the Gazette staff and chorus. She has earned 14 subject medal awards, the Bush-Lomb honorary science award and placed first in the county Elks leadership contest. Waneta was recipient of & scholarship, award and Shorthand II award and has been active in FHA and Forensic, Dramatics and Pep clubs. She is a member of Adelphian Literary Society and Gazette and yearbook staffs. Both girls plan to further their education; Brenda at Kent State University and Waneta at Lorain Community College. * SCHOOL NOTES The Caraway Girls track team will begin competitive ac tivity today at Tuscarawas Valley High. Other meets are sche duled here April 18, Gnadenhutten; April 24, Strasburg; April 28, Tuscarawas, and May 1 at Midvale. The County Meet will be May 3 when Caraway hope? to successfully defend their county title. Mrs. Mildred Steiner, advisor to the Gazette staff, has been chosen by the students as teacher of the month. Interested in speech, her students have won the district drama award, a district sweepstakes trophy in speech, county speech contest end a scholarship in journalism. Mrs. Steiner attended Kent State University and received her bachelor of science in edu cation degree from Muskingum College. The senior class has chosen as its motto, "Climb — though the rocks be rugged." Capri blue and white iris were selected as class color and flower. Bruce Miller, president of the junior class, was recently nam ed as ranking highest among junior boys in scholastic achieve ment. He- is a member of the Student Council and active in track and the Dramatics Club Bruce plans to attend college and later teach or do research in mathematics or science. Nancy Sherer, active in Fu ture Nurses of America, Drama tics Club and the high schoo band, leads the junior girls scho lastically. She plans to attend nursing school following gradu ation. * BANQUET SLATED The annual mother - daughter banquet of First United Church of Christ will be held April 28 in fellowship hall. Tickets may be purchased from Mrs. Uoy< Travis (8524015) and Mrs. Rob ert King (852-2227) for $1.25 and 60 cents. Women able to assist with the American Cancer Society visitation in Sugarcreek are to meet Tuesday in the church a 1 p.m. with Rev. Arnold Klaib er, chairman. The anthem, I Need Bu Thee, sung by the senior choir Sunday was an original hymn written by Mrs. C.A. (Wilma Kuhn, a church member. Altar flowers were placed by f h e Howard Eckerts in memory o their parents. Members of the CWC Class U'iJl dine in Buckeye Hotel a Uhrichsville, Saturday at 6:30 p.m. Baptized Sunday were Heather Elizabeth, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Emanuel M. (Monie) Trover of RD 2, Sugarcreek, and Kelly Eugene, son of Mr. and Mrs. Earl Immel of Dun. de?. New members will be received April 23. Those interest ed in uniting are to contact the pastor. * PREACHES HERE Rev. Glenn Brunstetter of Grace Methodist Church at Uhrichsville delivered the sermon Sunday in the Union Hill and local EUB churches. C.M. Zimmerman and Doran Widder were leaders. Altar flowers in the local church were given by Mr. and Mrs. A.C. Hosteller honoring the birthdays of their son and daughter - in • law, the Lowell Coy Hostellers of Florida. * UOSPHALIZEL) Or. D.D. Hosteller was ad- mitted Tuesday to University lospital, Benjamin Rose Addi- ion, Room 205, Cleveland for 'bservation and tests. He is ex- ected to be a patient there 10 days. * BOOSTS COLLEGE Rev. Harry Yoder of Bluffton College, a house guest of the Frank Shutts, delivered the sermon Sunday in First Mennonite Church. He will be accompan- ed by Ray Mishler today and "uesday as he visits congregational homes in thi's area on ehalf of the college. Altar flowers Sunday were in memory of Mr. and Mrs. W.A. Beechy. They were placed by he Lloyd Beechys and Wiley McDowells. Guest organist for acationing Mrs. McDowell was Mrs. Suzanne Stauffer. Mrs. Or us Weaver and Kathy Hecker taffed the nursery, with Mrs. Francie Mast in charge next week. A receptacle has been placed in the foyer to receive Christmas bundles. Dedication serv- ces are set for May 7. Completion of remodeling in he area of the old sanctuary has resulted in Sunday School classes being relocated according to age groupings or depart, ments. Nursery classes will remain in the old location and until adequate arrangements for storage of equipment is made, ;he nursery during worship services will remain in the old )art also. It is hoped to locate ;he latter in the same area which the kindergarten clasi uses during the SS hour. * RATED 'SUPERIOR' Debbie Whiddon, daughter of Mrs. Don Smith of RD 2, Sug arcreek, a pupil of Mrs. William Ray, received a "superior" rating for a piano solo .at the National Federation of Mu sic Clubs annual festival April L at Oberlin College. She was the only entrant from this area awarded that rating. Other pupils from here who jarticlpated and their teachers are: Diane Whiddon, Marsha Neff and Jennifer Miller, Mrs. Ray; Diane Weiss, Kathy and Billy tay and Mark Klaiber, Mrs. )tto Haager; Leslie and Brenda Widder and Eric Domer, Mrs. Vaughn Rinehart, and Sharon Young and Christine Andrews, Mary Sue Schlegel. * , ATTENDS MEETING Mrs. Maxine Helmreich of Main st., co • chairman of Ohio Rural Health, attended a meeting Wednesday at Columbus. * HOSTS WSWS Mrs. Ralph Scheufler led the topic, "Preparation for Wor ship," when 8 members and 3 guests of the WSWS of Union Hill EUB Church met Wednes day in the home of Mrs. Char les, Andrews. Assisting Mrs Scheufler with readings of sub topics were Mrs. Dalton Miller Mrs.-Edna Miller, Mrs. Geral< Crilow and Mrs. .Gerald Craw ford Members began planning th annual mother - daughter ban quet to be held May 5. Mrs. An drews served refreshments fol lowing the meeting. ATTEND COUNTY EVENT Mrs. Ernest Gross and Mrs Ernest Mueller of the Union Hill Homemaker's Group al tended Achievement Day activi ties in Dover St. John's United Church of Christ Wednesday. I is sponsored by the County Ex tension Homemakers Council * LCW HAS SESSION A district meeting Thursday in Strasburg Lutheran Churci was announced when 17 mem bers of the Shanesville LCW met Tuesday in the enure! basement. Mrs. Fred Weymouth had charge of devotions and Mrs. Garrison Shutt gave a syn opsis on the life of Albert Schweitzer. Mrs. Clark Sprankle presided at the business session and an nounced the mother • daughter banquet will be held May 11 Members will prepare an< serve the appreciation banque In June for Vacation Bible School superintendents, teach ers and assistants. Mrs. Lloy< InfiekJ and Mrs. Robert Butler served refreshments. The time was spent sewing and binding quilt. The May 2 meeting will also be held in the church. Traffic Court Mayor Dover — Cited: Ruth M. Illis, 46, 403 Kelly st. NW, New 'hiladelphia; Rickey E. Henry, 20, Wooster and Michael D. Dipiero, 19, 124 Crater av., Dover, each speeding and Floyd Malone, 41, 545 Depot st. Dover, driving with suspended license. Fined: Larry A. Brown, 22, !05 E. 3rd St., Dover, $21.20, gnoring red light. Bond forfeited: Donald W. Ickes, 25, 251 Canal rd., Dover, $11.20, unnecessary noise. (Police) New Philadelphia — Cited: loger Hamlin, 23, 442 Front av. SW, New Philadelphia, iporing red light; Helen T. Pompey, 50, 303 Beaver av. NE, New Philadelphia, passing school bus discharging passengers; David M. Jtroup, 22, 217 7th st. NW, and Susan M. Stamets, 18, 123 5th it. NW, New Philadelphia, both reckless operation; Janis Shreffler, 38, RD 4, New Philadelph- a, assured clear distance. (Poice) Uhrichsville - Cited: Kenneth lonnor, 21, 540 W. Bank St., drinking intoxicating liquor in an auto. (Police) District Dover — Cited: Edie C. Lester, 18, Canton; Francis J. Gressel, 19, Canton; Sally Keller, 28, Massillon; T. E. Smith, J4, Canton; Jay Renner, 19, Canton, and Clara Swartzbaugh, 43, Canton, each speeding. Earl R. Brannon, 72, Canton, improper passing; Charles E. Keyser, Canton, no muffler, and Robert J. Swan, 40, Canton, driving while under the influence of alcohol. Fined: Perry M. Walker, 29, 424 E. 8th st., Uhrichsville, $20, passing without assured clear distance; Robert M. Marstrell, 46, Canton, $15, no muffler, and Paul E. Chopson, 60, Canton, $15, passing at intersection. Bonds forfeited: Evelyn R. Gibson, 49, Brecksville, $20, ignoring stop sign; Fred W. Hawkins, 25, West Lafayette, $25, Owen L. Bender, 41, Orrville, $25 and Edward J. Charlton, 30, Akron, $15, each speeding. (Patrol) New Philadelphia — Cited: Gerald E. Kohler, 32, Scio, insecure load and Timothy R. Meek, 19, Dover, speeding. Fined: VicW L. Bower, 21, Sherrodsville, speeding, and Rodney K. Beal, 28, 137 St. Clair av. SW, New Philadelphia, failure to stop within assured clear distance, each $20; Marie S. Mallett, 41, RD 1, Rinard Mills, suspended $15 fine, crossing median strip; Raymond D. Meek, 35, 220 Packer st, Uhrichsville, $15, ignoring stop sign. Bonds forfeited: Carl F. Lawver, 31, 596 Railroad st., Newcomerstown, speeding and William A. Hebebrand, 30, North Canton, failure to yield right of way, each $20; John M. West, 19, Dillonvale, $15, defective exhaust system. (Patrol) Uhrichsville — Cited: Robert Gastaldo, 20, Dennison, failure to display license plates; Royal K. Ray, 37, Dover, improper passing; Lester J. Zimmerman, 21, Uhrichsville, driving with license under suspension and Stanley D. Zimmerman, 20, Dover, speeding. Guernsey By MRS. ROBERT DAVIS Telephone 4J8-7000 GUERNSEY - The Robert Davis family attended a birthday dinner recently in the Walter B. Eckelberry home In Loudonville. Also attending were the Raymond Eckelberrys and sons of Lakeville and the Carl Stillwag- ners and daughter of Wooster. Mrs. Levi (Noreen) Fausnight of RD 2, (Birds Run) has re-entered Riverside Hospital in Columbus to undergo surgery. She is In Room 417. Mrs. George Fries (former Betty Wilson) of here is a medical patient at Guernsey Memorial Hospital in Cambridge. The Carl Thornsleys recently moved from their RD 2 home to 5th st., West Lafayette. The Willis Lawrence family recently moved from RD 3, Newcomerstown to RD 2 (Birds Run). Max Corbett and Naomi Smith of Newcomerstown visited recently in the Paul Alexander home of RD 2. Rhodes Invites State Leaders For Conference COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP)-Gov. James A. Rhodes has invited more than 3,000 state leaders in business, industry, labor, education and government to a conference on technical education next Monday in Cleveland. The conference will review recent and projected advances in technical training. The first governor's conference on technical education in Ohio was held last year in Columbia. ROBERT HERSHBERGER * Wilmoi Area Man Joins Nurse Corps By MRS. PAUL SMITH Telephone 756-6523 BEACH CITY - Robert W. (Skip) Hershberger, son of Mr. and Mrs. Eli Hershberger of Star Route, Wilmot, left Wednesday for Fort Sam Houston, Tex., for a 6-week orientation program In the Army Nursing Corps. Upon completion, he will be assigned to Fort Leonard Wood, Mo. Hershberger received his registered nurse degree at Massillon City Hospital School of Nursing in 1964, and was graduated March 16 from Ohio State University with a bachelor's degree in nursing. He was accompanied to Texas by his sister Grace, who will visit relatives and return home via plane. Tri-County Homemakers demonstration group will meet Tuesday at 10 a.m. in the local American Legion post home. Mrs. W. E. Crow will be in charge of the morning session, and Mrs. Victor Krier will discuss "Shopping." The afternoon session will be a program on crafts. Those attending are to take a sack lunch. Pythian Sisters are urged to attend Tuesday's meeting at 7:30 p.m. in the K. of P. lodge room for the last practice before annual inspection April 25. Arden Grossklaus, Wilford Keneaster, Jack Kraus and Donald Whitmore will be ushers in the EUB Church for this month. Douglas Dillon, Carl Erb, Jeff Savage and Bill Keneaster will be acolytes, and Connie Erb, Pam Dillon, Brenda Gerber and Kathy Swan, nursery assistants. School Menus STRASBURG Tuesday — Beef vegetable soup and crackers, peanut butter sandwiches, pickle slices and cookies. Wednesday — Beef-a-ronl, buttered peai, cheese slice, fruit Jello and bread and butter. Thursday— Chicken, green beans, potato chips, apple *aue« and bread and butter. Friday — Fish sandwiches, corn, celery sticks and gingerbread and whipped topping. All meals include milk. NEW CUMBERLAND Tuesday — Lunch, meat sandwich, parsley potatoes, salad and crackers. Wednesday — Egg salad sandwich, succotash, white cake and cherry pudding. Thursday — Chili Con Carne, peanut butter sandwiches, tossed salad and banana. Friday — Fish sandwich, heavenly rice, carrot »tlck» and green beans. All meals Include milk. SCIO Tuesday — Beef and noodle*, diced beet«, cookies and bread and butter. Wednesday — Hot dogs, kidney beans, Jello salad and cake. Thursday — Chicken, candled sweet potatoes, cole slaw, cookies and bread and butter. Friday — Tuna and noodle casserole, lettuce, cookies and corn bread and butter. AM meals include milk. CARAWAY AND 3RD STREET ELEMENTARY Tuesday — Chipped beef gravy over biscuit, lettuce salad, peaches, pears and bread and butter. Wednesday — Hamburger sandwich, green beans and cherry tart. Thursday — Wieners and' sauerkraut, mashed potatoes, baked apples and bread and butter. Friday — Chili soup with crackers, sliced cheese, chocolate cake, prunes and bread and butter. All meals Include milk. Condition Serious LOVELAND, Ohio (AP)-WU- lard J. Baynum, 12, remained in serious condition today after losing part of his right leg when run over by a train. He suffered other extensive injuries. QUAKER "ONE OF THE YEAR'S 10 BEST FILMS!" -CROWTHER. Homemakers Plan Covered Dish Dinner By MRS. FRED LlNARD Telephone 498*8040 PORT WASHINGTON Homemakers will hold a covered dish meeting Wednesday at 10 a.m. in St. Paul's United Church of Christ fellowship hall. Mrs. Wilda Dummermuth, Mrs. Clara Rupenthal and Mrs. Nancy Swiger will be host* esses, and Mrs. Willard Donley and Mrs. Dale Glazer, leaders. It was announced any member wishing to tour the Morton Salt Co., the Cleveland Garden Center and a museum May 24, should contact a counselor member so reservations may be made. The 4 buses will leave Miracle Lane Shopping Center in Dover at 7 a.m. and return at 8:30 p.m. Fourteen members attend' ed Achievement Day Wednes day in Dover St. John's United Church of Christ. Daughters of America group will meet Wednesday. At a recent meeting, an invitation was read, and it was announced annual inspection will be held Wednesday, April 19. All members are requested to be present and wear white. Thank-you notes were read from June Giimore, Erma Sullivan and Doris Kail. Martha Triplett and Mae Linard served lunch. Next session will be April 19. Spec. 4.C. James W. Bates, son of Mr. and Mrs. James Bates Sr., arrived home last week from Fort Lewis, Wash., for a 30-day leave. He will report to Oakland, Calif., where he will be shipped to Vietnam. Sherrodsville Women Meet By HANNAH BURNSWORTH Telephone 269-3480 SHERRODSVILLE -Bethes da Lutheran Church women met recently in the church with Lola Newell in charge of the program, and.Phyllis Newell of New Harrisburg showing slides taken while she was an exchange student in Australia. Lunch was served to members and guests Betty Morgan and Frances McGill. Donna Anderson and Ora Moughiman was committee in charge. A council meeting followed. Green Valley Ruritans met Wednesday in Bowerston Elementary. Charles H u g g i n s, Strasburg head basketball coach, was guest speaker. Junior high coaches Keith Custer and Rod Ware presented letters and awards to Junior high athletic managers, cheerleaders and players. Dinner was served to approximately 100 persons. Next meeting will be May 3 at 7 p.m. in Conotton Valley high school. "" yswy 'Misplaced' BALTIMORE, Md. (AP) "Youre the one who's been found guilty in court seven times," said Municipal Judge Robert I. H, Hammerman to Abraham Black. Black denied it. The judge pointed Sunday to the record, which included a birth record matching Black's. He fined Black $14 for disorderly conduct. Then Elizah Black stood up and said he was actually the one with the record. He said he was Abraham's twin brother. Abraham's fine was suspended and imposed on Elizah. FINGER NAILS SPLIT, CRACK, PEEL, OR CHIP?? Naif Aid CAPSULES Dynamic Discount Dru« 801 Blvd., Dover, O. 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