Xenia Daily Gazette from Xenia, Ohio on November 13, 1972 · Page 5
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Xenia, Ohio
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Monday, November 13, 1972
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OBITUARIES Mrs. Sadie Schaffnit; former Latin teacher Mrs. Sadie Jane Schaffnit,' 85, of 2160 Stewart Rd. died Sunday at 6:30 a.m. in Greene Memorial Hospital. Born Dec. 13, 1886, in Boone, Iowa, she was the daughter of George and Margaret McMechan and had lived in Xenia and Greene County since 1953. from sh e She came to Xenia Omaha, Neb., where taught Latin many years in Benson High School there. She was a SO - year member of the Eastern Star Lodge in Omaha and was a member and active in the Benson Presbyterian Church, Omaha, for m o r e - ) than 45 years. She also belonged to Amicalc Grandmothers Club. Mrs. Schaffnit is survived by two sons, Clyde R., with whom she made her home, and John W. Schaffnit of Wheaton, III.; six grandchildren and one great - grandchild. Her h u s- band, Denis L. Schaffnit, died in January, 1952. The Rev. Gordon Kester will conduct services at 10:30 a.m. W e d n e s d a y a t Westminster Presbyterian Church, of which she was a member and active in the Ruth Circle. Graveside services and burial will be in Hillcresl Memorial 1'ark, Omaha, Thursday afternoon. There will be no visitation in Xenia. Neeld Funeral Home was in charge of local arrangements. Kremer Funeral Home handled arrangements in Omaha. Dr. C. L. Lee Sr. Dr. Carlton L. Lee Sr., former faculty member at G/i- tral State University, d i e d Sunday in Kalamazoo, Mich. of Inland Manufacturing Divi sion of General Motors Corp. is survived by his widow, Eth el; a son, E l m e r L. Jone, of Cincinnati; two daughters Mrs. Wanda Fox of Waynes ville and Mrs. Gladys Stewar of Berea, Ky.; two stepsons William and Jerry Abner, hot of Waynesville; Mary Jones of his mother Waynesville three brothers, Boyd, Charle and Ora, all of Waynesville; sister, Mrs. Grace Ferguson o Waynesville and 12 grandchi dren. R. M. Glaser Services for Robert M. Glaser, 62, of 530 Wayne Dr., Fairborn, will be conducted at 10 a.m. Tuesday in Mary Help of Christians Catholic C h u r c h . Burial will be in the church cemetery. Mr. Glaser, a native of Montgomery County, died Saturday noon at Wright - Patterson AF Base. A retired employe of t h e Logistics Office at WPAF and a member of the 25 - Year Club, he is survived by h i s widow, Virginia; two daughters, Mrs. Nancy Rrese of Columbus and Mrs. Roberta Dare Siahl of Huber Hts.; a son, John R. Glaser of Fairborn; a brother, Junior C. Glaser of Newark, 0., and six grandchildren. Visitation is 4-9 p.m. today al Morris Sons Funeral Home, Fairborn. fork, formerly of Dayton, Friday; services 10 a.m. tomorrow at St. C h a r l e s Borromeo Church (Meyer Boehmer). GEIGER, Richard L., 52, of 2737 Willowridge Dr., Butler Twp., Saturday; s e r v i c e s 10:30 a.m. today (Baker). HETTERICH, Maude, 80, of 6209 Cedar Ln., Miamisburg, Friday; services 10:30 a.m. tomorrow (Swart, West Carrollton). JOHNSON, Mrs. Zola C., 62, of 9 Pease Ave., West Carrollton, yesterday; services 1:30 p.m. Wednesday; at 54. S. Gehart C h u r c h Rd,, Highland (Swart, West Carrollton). ! MATTHEWS, Mrs. E r m a 1 W., 76, of Orlando, Fla,, formerly of Centerville, Friday; services 11 a.m. today (Routsong-Bowsher, Centerville). MEACHAM, Arthur B., 74, of Hillcrest Ave., F r i d a y ; services 2 p.m. today (Walter). REED, Mrs. Edna D., 78, of 124 Neva Dr., yesterday; ser- ces 10 a,m, W e d n e s d a y Schlientz Moore). RINGER, Floyd Jr., 42, of MS Germantown St., Friday; e r v i c e s 1 p.m. tomorrow Wheat). ROSE, Mrs. Winifred J., 49, 1426 Catalpa Dr., yesterday; ervicos U a.m. Wednesday, at .immit Christian C h u r c h Smith). S15ALEY, Mrs. Lora, 40, of 263 Rockport Ave., F r i d a y ; ervices 1:30 p.m. tomorrow 3owan). SEITZ, Rulh L., 65, of 533 ) a y t o n a Pky., Saturday; ervices 10 a.m. Wednesday Marker Heller). SKILES, Charles E,, 71, o: S23 W. Third St., yesterday; R. L. U 11 m e r Son, Ketter Dayton deaths Warren DR. LEE At the time of his death, he was professor of Black Studies at Western Michigan University in Kalamazoo. He joined the CSU staff in 1957 as director of religious activities and professor of philoso- of Holly woe phy a n d r e l i g i o n , served D a y t o n , as chairman of the humani- 1° :3 ° a -ni. ties area for several years and was chairman and professor Of the Department of Philosophy when lie resigned in 1967. Dr. Lee received his BA degree from Talladega (Ala.) College, MA and Ph.D degrees from the University of Chicago and DB degree from Chicago Theological Seminary. Survivors include his widow, Maggie; a son, Carlton Lee of Philadelphia, Pa., his mother and a brother of White Plains, N. Y. Memorial services will be conducted W e d n e s d a y at 11 a.m. in the Western Michigan University Chapel, Kalamazoo. L. P. Jones ALMONEY, Virginia L., 63 of 140 Lookout Dr., F r i d a y services 11 a.m. tomorrow ; St. Paul Episcopal C h u r c (Schlientz Moore). BROWN, Mrs. Ruth M., 71 of 608 Owens St., Friday; ser vices 1 p.m. tomorrow (To bias). BUSCH, Wilbur H., 78, of 13 Odlin Ave., Saturday; service 2 p.m. tomorrow, at N o r t Riverdale Lutheran C h u r c (Carrigan). COPE, Mrs. Victoria Ann, 78, of 6981 McEwen Rd., Saturday; services 1 p.m. Wednesday (Westbrock). DEAN, N e l s o n , 57, of 15114 STEINBERGER, Harold V. 8, of 8060 Black Leaf Ct,, Cen erville, Saturday; service 0:30 a.m. tomorrow (Rout :ong-Bowsher, Centerville). TUBRIDY, Thomas J., Jr 9, of 400 Grove Ave., Friday icrvices 1:30 p.m. tomorrov Miller Son). VAUGHN, Harold James, 49 of 996 Washington St., Thnrs day; services 1 p.m. t o da (Wheat). WEEKS, M r s. Nellie Lin* ley, 103, of 56 Hudson Ave., Sa urday; services 2 p.m. tomo row (Whitmer). WILKERSON, Mrs. Maudel 73, of Cleveland, formerly Dayton; Tuesday; services a.m. today, at Phillips Temp CME Church (Bowman). WRIGHT, Rev. P a u 1 K., S of Apt. 5M 220 Park M a n o A p t., Thursday; services a.m. today, at Mt. C a r m e Baptist Church (Bowman). Death claims solon WASHINGTON (AP) - Rep Frank T. Bow, R-Ohio, 71, c member of Congress since 1950, · died early today in Bethesda aval Hospital, a spokesman r the congressman said. Bow, first elected to the 82nd ingress on Nov. 7, 1950, en- red the hospital for tests after e 92nd Congress closed in Oc- jer. He has had a history of edical problems in recent :ars, an office spokesman ,id. "His heart just gave out," le said. Bow, generally regarded as a mservalive, had decided to re- re from Congress. He had een confirmed as ambassador Panama but had not been vorn in. Republican Ralph egula, a former Ohio state enator, won last Tuesday's ection and was to succeec o\v. Bow, an attorney, was a nave of Canton, Ohio, and at-i e n d e d University School, leveland, »nd Ohio Northern niversity in Ada, Ohio. He served as a war corre- ondent during World War II ith Ohio's 37'th Division in the 'hilippines. He is survived by his widow, !aroline, and two sons, Robert jee, of Canton, and Joseph W., f Washington. Funeral ar- angements are incomplete. New York quotations NEW Y01IK (Al 1 ) -- 11 a.m. Slocks: Allegheny Cp 13-B Allied Chemical M Alcoa TM . American Airlines 25 3 i A Brands 2?i American Can 29?4 American Cyanamtd American El Power American Home Prod about people John E. Craine, county agricultural agent, attended the .7th annual meeting of the National Association of County Agricultural Agents last week in Atlanta. He was one of 1,100 agents from throughout the nation attending, in - service training sessions, workshops and discussions. One speaker, Un- derecretary of Agriculture Philip Campbell, was introduced by Ed Kirby, formerly assigned to Greene County anc now director of the federal extension service . . . American Smcltins American Tel Tel Anchor Hock Armco Steel Ashland Oil Atlantic Richfield Babcock Wilcox Bendix Av Bethlehem Stfel Bopiny Chesapeake Ohio Chrysler Corp Cilies Service Columbia Gas Con N Gas Cont Can Cooper In CPC Intl Cnvn Zell Curliss Wright D[w Chni. Dross Inil duPonl Baton Essex I n t Firestone Klintkoto Ford Motor General Dynamics General Electric General Foods General Mills General Motors Gen Tel El Goodrioh Goodyrar Intl Bus Machines I n t e r n a t i o n a l Harv Johns-Manville K n i s c r Alum Krcsee SS Kroger Co. 1, O Ford Lig. M.ver I.yke YnB Marathon Oil Marcor Inc Mead Corp Moljil Oil National Cash Reg National Distillery Newiierry Norf it W Ohio 1-Mison Pcnn Central Tenney. .1-C. Pa P L Popsi Co. Pti'/f.r C Phillips Felroleum PPG Ind Procter : Gamble P u l l m a n Inc TiCA Ht'it-h Clioni Republic Steel Sa Fe Ind Scott Paper 3-1 JS'.i O'i 1S»1 51 Z8V. 22?; 28',!, ·n Vt 29',i 32^ 43 37 30' i 32 V, 50 24 2B ST/j 30V, SWi 36 '.2 31Vl n 4S 20',i 41 livestock CEDARVILLE LIVESTOCK CO. HOGS Scars Roebuck Shell Oil Singer Co Sou Pac Sperry Rand Standard Brands Standard Oil Cal S t a n d a r d Oil 1ml Slandard oil Ohio sterling Drugs Slude Worth Texaco Tlmkcn Roll Bear Un Carbide Unit Airc US Steel Wesllnghouse Elec Weyerhaeuser Co Whirlpool Corp Woolworlh Xerox Sales 115 'A 534 B0',i 91'/, 33' a 51', 3T 4 41 'a -vni ·!R ! , 31 '.4 43 641 i 39'i 35',i 14.^; 4,650,000 THE XENIA DAILY GAZETTE Monday, November 13,1972 Greene County to be represented by 14 at OSBA WHEN THE Ohio School,Myer and Mrs. Jeanne Wright, Boards Association convenes its annual meeting Wednesday in Veterans Memorial Andito- Kairborn; John H. Thomas and Dr. Robert L, McClelland, Xen i a ; John II, Powell and C. Wilbur Slioup, Beavercreek; rium, Columbus, fircone Conn- M,. SI i,;,Vcda La/orski and ty will be well represented. ijames Prethcr, Cedar Cliff; Attending from G r e e n c j W i l h i i r Cliue and Donald J. C r a i n , Sn|arcrcek and Donald 200-MO 220-230 230-240 2JO-250 250-260 160.370 270-200 190-200 ISO-ISO Ibs. Ibs. Ibs. Ihs. 1IS. Ibs. Ibs. 2B.OO 57 50 27.00 211,50 aj'sit 25.00 27 fifl 26,50 sows County will be Ralph II. Becker and II o w a r d A. Pcncwit, Greene County S Jamestown firemen 1 « f lie C. Anderson anil Lewis Lillich, iCiveene County Joint Vocation- AMONK ITKMS on the agenda are Ihe announcement of the stvoncl annual AH - Ohio School ; Hoard, a 16n-booth trade show of school supplies, mini - clinics, a film festival, and the .president's b:iiK|iiel. The 1972 Satur- P'vsiiieiit is Robert R. 300 down 300-350 Ibs. 350-400 Ills. WO'451) His. 450-500 Ihs. 500-550 Ibs. 550-600 11)S. 600 and lip i , ,^.- ,j , day transput 1 U'u C) is K'ekniaii J ' of . , , Featured speakers will be =3.001 from his home al 3 E. A d a i n v Oregon's Gov. Tom McCall airoSlSl. to GMH, where he w a s j a l l ( l NBC newscasters Paul 22"" ! treated and released . . . Duke and Douglas Kikcr. grain LANDMARK GRAIN Soybeans Wheat Gals Corn produce Builer McclLtim Eggs Large Kggs d i l The Kctarded Program The k i d d l e s In PrelrnlnnMe oys n n d Blrtu In Coramnnltj- Classes T n u n g people at A c t l v l e y Center Adults at workshop 195 Friday; t o d a y services (Hoyne, 2:30 p.m. Third). ECKHART, Robert H. Sr., 78, of Hollywood, Fla., formerly of Saturday; services Wednesday (Routsong-Bowsher, Centerville). EWALD, Carl E., 46, of New ADVEItTISEMENT Services for L. Preston Jones, 55, of New B u r l i n g t o n Rd., Waynesville, who died Saturday at Kettering Memorial Hospital, will be conducted at 2 p.m. Tuesday at the Dodds (0.) Pentecostal C h u r c h . Interment will be in Miami Cemelcry. Visitation is today at the church. Arrangements w e r e by Stubbs - Conner Funeral Home, Waynesville. Mr. Jones, a retired employe How's Your Hearing? Chicago, 111.--A free offer ol special interest to those who hear but do not understand words has been announced by Beltone. A non-operating model of the smallest Beltone aid ever made will be given absolutely free to anyone answering this advertisement. Try it to see how it is worn in the privacy of your own home without cost or obligation of any kind. It's yours to keep, free. It weighs less than a third of an ounce, and it's all at ear level, in one unit. No wires lead from bodv to head. These non-operating models are free, so we suggest write for yours now. Again, we repeat, there is no cost or obligation. Write to Dept. 2601, Bel- tone Electronics Corp., 4201 W. Victoria, Chicago, 111. 60646. FOR YOUR BIG HUNGER!!! '/i LB. GROUND BEEF I-T PIZZA 130 E. 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