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Mostl Fof~ 6 The Mvocate, Newark. 0. Thursday, June 10,1976 Mr and Mrs Robert E. Walters of Harbor Hills. Hebron, announce the engagement of M r s W a l t e r s ' d a u g h t e r . Mary Lynn Vickerman. to John D Myer II. son of Mr and Mrs John D Myer. Columbus. She is also the daughter of the late Donaldson R Vickerman of Lincoln Park. Mich. Miss Vickerman attended Lakewood High School and recently graduated from Marietta College with a degree in fine arts. She was a member of Sigma Kappa Sorority. Mr. Myer is a graduate of Ohio State University where he was a member of Beta Theta Pi Fraternity He is a commercial property underwriter with the Continental Insurance Co . Southfield. Mich. A wedding is planned for October. |Cigarboxes,matches fete Spirit of 76 MARY LYNN VICKERMAN Mr. and Mrs Thomas Anderson. 417 Jackson Blvd.. are announcing the approaching marriage of their daughter, (iloria Sue. to Craig Rowe. son of Mrs. Joan Rowe. South 23th Street, and Billy Rowe of Newark. The bride-elect is a 1974 grade of Newark High School and is stationed at K.I. Sawyer. Mich., with the Air Force. Mr. Rowe is also a 1974 graduate of NHS and is employed by Tower Cable Television Inc. Newark. An open church wedding is planned for 7:30 p.m. July 31 in First Christian Union Church. GLORIA SUE ANDERSON Announcement is made of the engagement of Cindi Moore, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Moore of Marion, to Allen Reeves, son of Mr. and Mrs. James Reeves , Rt. 1, Alexandria. Miss Moore and the prospective bridegroom are currently employed by the Johnstown Monroe School System. An Aug. 8 wedding is planned. CINDI MOORE Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Appel of Mansfield, are announcing the engagement of their daughter. Donna Jeanne, to Mark Jeffrey \Voltjen. son of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph F. Woltjen. 281 Jefferson Rd. The bride-elect is a graduate of Baldwin- Wallace College. Berea. and is working in Alexandria, Va. Mr Woltjen attended Baldwin-Wallace College and is employed by the Advance Glass Co.. Newark. An open church wedding is planned for 7:30 p.m. Sept. 11 in the Second Presbyterian Church. DONNA JEANNE APPEL Rileq's SakerÂ» 345-0030 FRIDAY SPECIAL CHOCOLATE an* HERMITS Re, 98 do* Otfl SATURDAY SPECIAL CINNAMON C/C4t STICKS/;^ 0 / 0 * The MOUNDBUILDERS ROSE SOCIETY invites the public to visit their show at the YMCA--Sunday, June 13, 2 to 5 P.M. NEW YORK (AP) -- One million of the nation's junior craftsmen from 40.000 schools have illustrated their concept of "The Spirit of Â·76" by glueing such material as bread dough, clothespins, matches, cigar boxes, pennies, popsicle sticks and papier mache for entries in a national Bicentennial contest. Third-grader Matthew McCommas. 8. of Cleveland, used layers of burnt-edged wooden matches to make an American eagle with the message "Freedom's Wings 1776-1976" printed on a streamer in the bird's beak. Matches were used in another way by Allen Smith, also 8 and in the third grade in Shrewsbury. Pa. He crafted an American flag with blue and red match tips and had 13 stars circling "1776" on natural wood match ends. Rows of red and natural match tips were lined up for stripes. Tara M a r t i n e z . 9. f o u r t h - g r a d e r of Gonzalez. La., made a mouth-watering white birthday cake that looked as though it were topped with flaked coconut. Circular, it was covered with torn tissue flakes with red and blue stars glued on each "slice." As each piece is lifted out crayoned scenes are revealed, such as the Capitol, the Liberty Bell, the Statue of Liberty and Betsy Ross and the flag. A Liberty Bell of overlapping copper pennies to give a three-dimensional effect, mounted on a plaque, was the work of Charles B. Merrill Jr.. 8. of Swainsboro, Ga. Paul Miller. 8. of North Miami, Fla.. won a S2.000 U.S. Savings Bond as first prizewinner in the competition sponsored by Elmer's Glue. He created a diorama of George Washington crossing the Delaware, using papier mache. mirror chips, cotton balls and twigs. Coffee colored the boat for Washington and his blue-coated soldiers. Amy Schwendimann. 10, of Richardson. Tex., won $1,000 as second prize. She built a cigarbox house showing Betsy Ross with the Revolutionary-era flag, using popsicle sticks for logs, bread dough and clothespins in her salute to the nation. The DeMents A celebration honoring the 50th wedding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. John F. DeMent. 32 N. Sixth St.. will be June 19 in the Moundbuilders Racquet Club. John F. DeMent and lona Gutridge were married June 19. 1926. They are the parents of three children: David DeMent of Granville; Dr. Jack DeMent of Tuscon. Ariz.: and Joann DeMent Litton of Buckeye Lake. They request that gifts be omitted. The Hoars Mr. and Mrs. Russell Hoar, Rt. 3. will celebrate their 50th wedding anniversary with an open house from 2 to 5 p.m. Sunday in their daughter's home on Riley Road NE. Rt. 3. Russell Hoar and Louise Bruce were married June 15. 1926. in the home of the bride's parents, by the late Rev. R.H. Long of Center- burg. They have one daughter. Jane Alice King, and two grandchildren. Mr. Hoar is a L i c k i n g C o u n t y Commissioner. They request that gifts be omitted. Announcement is made of the engagement of Yvonne Gualtieri. daughter of Mrs. Robert McCullough, 110 Sands Dr.. Hebron, to Michael Harrington, son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Harrington. Phenix City, Ala. Miss Gualtieri is a graduate of Adult Day High School. Columbus, and is employed by Haussermann Aviation Inc.. Columbus. The prospective bridegroom is a graduate of Columbus High School, Columbus, Ga. He is employed by Central Ohio Typewriter Co.. Columbus. Ohio. An open church wedding is planned for 6 p.m. July 4 in the United Methodist Church of Hebron. YVONNE GUAL1TERI Mr. and Mrs. William Wolfe, 95 E. Monroe Ave.. are announcing the engagement of their daughter. Dianna Marie, to Edward Dean Fogle. son of Mr. and Mrs. Loran Fogle, Rt. 1, St. Louisville. The bride-elect is a 1973 graduate of Zanesville High School and a 1974 graduate of Licking County Joint Vocational School. Mr. Fogle is a 1976 graduate of Utica High School and is employed by Fallsburg Oil Supply- A July 17 wedding is being planned. DIANNA MARIE WOLFE Mrs. Magdalene Acord of Buckeye Lake is announcing the engagement and approaching marriage of her daughter. Rosemary, to Robert Crawford, son of Mr. and Mrs. Harrison Crawford. 134 Fleek Ave. Miss Acord is a 1969 graduate oi Lakewood High School and is employed by the Buckeye Lake Truck Stop. The prospective bridegroom is a truck driver. An open church wedding is planned for 7p.m. July 24 in First Community Church, Buckeve Lake. Time change a problem By MARILYN SHARE Concerning diabetes and vacations, if you are traveling by plane, one problem you may encounter is time change. This should be anticipated before take-off, and your doctor should be consulted concerning any change of diet or insulin dosage. In addition to carrying insulin with you. Some form of glucose should be carried to combat hypoglycemic (low- blood sugar i attacks. Cube sugar or hard candy should always be carried by all diabetics, even those on oral medication or diet alone. This sugar will then be available whenever orange juice is not. Cheese, peanut butter crackers and raisins are good snacks to carry on sight-seeing or walking tours. The easiest way to prepare for emergencies is to carry a small supply of nonperishable foods, such as canned meat or fish, crackers, fruit juice, dried milk and dried fruit. Doing this will relieve your mind even if you return home never having opened the food. Some possible emergency situations that a traveler could encounter are: Flat tires or mechanical failures causing unusual delays: hurricanes or storms along coastal areas that may necessitate the closing of restaurants or markets: Delays in departure of commercial carriers; changes in meal times due to local customs or time zone changes: Trains without dining cars, or economy flights that don't serve meals: Unusual activity due to sight-seeing or recreational activities such as golf, swimming and skiing: Encountering new and exciting foods. Keep in mind that less energy is used on the days when you are driving, riding a train or flying than on days spent walking. On busy, active days, you will have to eat more. The traveling diabetic should also carry an exchange list of foods in order to obtain the proper foods in the proper qudntities. Experiment with measuring cups at home in judging quantities of food before traveling. Recipe for the Week: STRAWBERRY-BANANA JAM In medium saucepan, combine 4 cups strawberries, cleaned, and 1 large banana (peeled and sliced). Crush fruits slightly. Stir in one 3 1 ounce package powdered fruit pectin. Bring to a boil and boil gently, stirring constantly for 5 to 10 minutes, or until mixture thickens. Remove from heat and stir in 4 teaspoons liquid sweetener, a'nd J i teaspoon red food coloring, if desired. Pour into 4 ' a pint* jars, cover and freeze. Thaw before serving. Store in refrigerator after opening. One tablespoon equals a free exchange and 7 calories. Two tablespoons equal ' 2 Fruit Exchange. 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