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Honor Pupils At Hillsboro High Are Announced The honor roll for Hillsboro High School follows: x Denotes straight "A." SEVENTH GRADE Third six weeks--x Thomas Addington, Jimmy Bach, Kay Barrera, Michael Bick, Martin Boris, Laura Bourne, Teresa Bullard, Shari Campbell, Keith Chambers, D o n n a Countryman, Catherine Fairley, Glenn, Ferguson, Charles Fisher, Daniel Fisher, Susan Gerding, Lori Carman, Brenda Greene, Candice Gulick, Elizabeth Hadley, Carl Hass, x Susan Hodson, Faith Holmes, Tamara Holt, Tim Hudson, Sandra Johnson, James Juillerat, Gregory Kiley, Jeanette Knauff, Suzanne Koenig, Gary Larimer, Eileen Lerch, Jeannie Lyons, Rindy Mathews, Clinton McClain, Ricky Miller, Charles Milligan, Sandra Mills, Peggy Moore, Elizabeth Moran, Dana Morgan, Nancy Morton, J6hn Moses, Debbie Newby, Eric Patton, Anthony Porter, x Pam Rhoads, x Kelly Sanderson, Timothy Sharkey, Nina Sharp, Teresa Shoemaker, Timothy Shorten, John Stanforth, Nancy Stephens, Brenda Storer, Mark Suiter, Bill Swayne, Angela Taylor, x Kevon Taylor, Gilbert Thompson, Cynthia Vance, Debbie Walker, Lucinda Watson, Randall Wigginton, Scott Wilkin, Mark Wilkinson, x Sarah Young, Sherril Young. Semester -- Thomas Addington, Michael Bick, Martin Boris, Laura Bourne, Shari Campbell, Keith Chambers, Donna Countryman, Catherine Fairley, Glenn Ferguson, Daniel Fisher, Susan Gerding, Lori Carman, Elizabeth Hadley, Carl Hass, Susan Hodson, x Faith Holmes, Tim Hudson, Gregory Kiley, Suzanne Koenig, Gary Larimer, Eileen Lerch, Jeannie Lyons, Charles Milligan, Peggy Moore, Elizabeth Moran, Dana Morgan, John Moses, Eric Patton, Dean Reno, x Pam Rhoads, Randall Sanders, x Kelly Sanderson, Deborah Schroeder, Charlotte Schafer, Timothy Sharkey, Nina Sharp, Timothy Shorten, John Stanforth, Nancy Stephens, Brenda Storer, Bill Swayne, Angela Taylor, x Kevon Taylor, Gilbert Thompson, Cynthia Vance, Debbie Walker, Lucinda Watson, Scott Wilkin, Mark Wilkinson, Sarah Young, x Sherrie Young, Lisa Rotroff. EIGHTH GRADE Third six weeks--x Cindy Armstrong, x Mark Barger, Carol Beery, Ricky Burns, Carroll Thomas, David Carson, James Colthar, Kevin Conley, x Jane Dean, Gina Edgington, Stephen Estle, David Fauber, Barbara Fent, Donald Gibbs, Debra Glaze, Sarah Gregory, Mark Gulick, Brenda Harless, Nancy Hauke, Jennifer Heskett, James Hogsett, x Tamara Hughes, x Jerry Jones, Raymond Kiley, Brian Landrum, Lesia Langston, Mark Lemley, Tamara Lewis, x Diana Mason, Alan McKenzie, Joseph Moran, x Greg Mosley, Steven Newby, Sheliah Patterson, Ricky Pitzer, Cathy Pulliam, William Robinette, James Ryan, Ricky Seeling, Susan Shafer, Nancy Shaffer, Patricia Shoemaker, Jean Skoog, x Michael Smith, x Jeffery Streitenberger, Bill Suiter, Julie Walker, Tammy Zimmerman, Steven Zink, Beverly King. Semester--x Cindy Armstrong, x Mark Barger, Carol Beery, Vincent Bell, Ricky Burns, Thomas Carroll, David Carson, James Colthar, Kevin Conley, Jane Dean, Gina Edgington, Stephen Estle, David Fauber, Barbara Fent, Noelle Fischer, Donald Gibbs, Debra Glaze, Sarah Gregory, Mark Gulick, Brenda Harless, Nancy Hauke, Jennifer Heskett, James Hogsett, x Tamara Hughes, x Jerry Jones, Beverly King, Brian Landrum, Lesia Langston, Mark Lemley, Tamara Lewis, Diana Mason, x Alan McKenzie, Joseph Moran, x Greg Mosley, Steven Newby, Sheliah Patterson, Ricky Pitzer, Cathy Pulliam, James Ray, James Ryan, Ricky Seeling, Susan Shafer, Nancy Shaffer, Patricia Shoemak-jr, Tom Shoemaker, Jean Skoog, _ Mi- MILLER'S FINAL WINTTER CLEARANCE SALE Most Winter Merchandise '/2 PRICE OR LESS. MANY ADDED ITEMS! SORRY No Returns, Exchanges or Approvals On Sale Merchandise. $ SAVE SPECIAL of the WEEK $ SAVE $ 1966 CHRYSLER 300 V8 Engine, Auto. Trans., Power Steering, Power Brakes, Air-Conditioned, Power Seats, Radio, Heater, Whitewoll Tires, Remote Control Outside Mirror. Average Book Volue $900. Our Price $688.00 DAVE DENNIS VOLKSWAGEN, INC* St. Rt. 3 tat 3S2-1656 chael Smith, x Jeffery Streitenberger, Bill Suiter, Julie Walker, Steven Zink. NINTH GRADE Third six weeks--Kevin Bailey, Anna Blair, Tim Colliver, x Steve Coy, x Mary Dean, Joyce Dyer, Grey Eckert, Mike Fenner, Deborah Hennison, x Diane Hudson, Pegi Koehl, x Michael Koenig, Brent Ludwick, Jeff Lyle, Chris Mahan, x Tom Matson, Debbie Mayer, Elwood McGovney, Angela Miller, Jean Montgomery, Rose Moon, Holly Postle, x Jayne Redkey, Douglas Reffitt, Cindy Reno, Mike Richmond, Rebecca Ruggles, Mike Sharkey, Gay la Thompson, Steve Thompson, Clay Vance, Barry Wilson, Jeffery Wolfe, Sam Young, Barry Zink, Derise Mclntyre. Semester -- Kevin Bailey, Anna Blair, Tim Colliver, x Steve Coy, x Mary Dean, Joyce Dyer, Pamela Hauke, Deborah Hennison, Holly Holmes, x Diane Hudson, Michael Koenig, x Brent Ludwick, Jeff Lyle, Twila Lyons, Chris Mahan., x Tom Matson, Elwood McGovney, Angela Miller, Jean Montgomery, Rose Moon, Holly Postle, Jayne Redkey, Doug Reffitt, Cindy Reno, Debbie Reno, Mike Richmond, Rebecca Ruggles, Mike Sharkey, Gayla Thompson, Steve Thompson, Jeffery Wolfe, Sam Young, Barry Zink. SOPHOMORE Third six weeks--John Barr, Michael Davis, Marjory Dean, x Deborah Dunn, x Debbie Everetts, Ann Fehring, Cathy Fenner, Karen Fenner, Larry Gibbs, Ron Gleadle, x Teresa Griffith, Nancy Haag, John Hasting, Melody Heskett, Doretta Higgins, Melissa Holmes, Cathy Jackson, Pat Kelley, John Koenig, David Larimer, Dave Mayer, Chris Magee, Mike McGinrcis, Nadine Miller, Kris Neuberger, Carol Pitzer, Stu Postle, Cynthia Roades, Ruth Robbins, Judy Robinson, Kathy Satterfield, Lynne Schwartz, Deb Stanforth, Eileen Taylor, Lisa Williams, Karen Hughes. Semester -- John Barr, Patricia Cooper, Michael Davis, Marjory Dean, x Deborah Dunn, Debbie Everetts, David Faul, Ann Fehring, Cathy Fenner, Karen Fenner, Larry Gibbs, Ron Gleadle, x Teresa Griffith, Nancy Haag, Emily Hartman, John Hasting, Doretta Higgins, Melissa Holmes, Deb Hopkins, Karen Hughes, Cathy Jackson, Pat Kelley, John Koenig, Julianna Krebs, Dave Larimer, Dave Mayer, Chris Magee, Mike McGinnis, Nadine Miller, Kris Neuberger, Carol Pitzer, Stu Postle, Cynthia Roades, Judy Robinson, Kathy Satterfield, Lynne Schwartz, Deb Stanforth, Cristie Taylor, Eileen Taylor, Steve Waits, Lisa Williams. llth GRADE Third six weeks -- Bill Armto: trout, Debora Ayres, Barbara Behymer, Elizabeth Bkk, John Burns, x Elizabeth Carson, Judy Carter, Betty Chaney, Shirley Chaney, Mark Coffman, Pam Collins, Steven Conrad, Cindy Cowne, Marilyn Dance, x Christa Edwards, Becky Fischer, Pam Foulk, Sharon Frump, Mike Frydryk, Melinda Gallagher, Connie Greathouse, Rita Harless, JoAnne Hartman, x David Hastings, Dennis Hauke, Dora Hill, Renda Hollon, Debbie Hoover, Jim Hopkins, Patricia Hudson, Darlene King, Dianna Lowe, Elise Lyons, Janice Mathews, Sharon McConnaughey, Linda McDade, Karen Morris, Janice Myers, Linda Nye, Thomas Pierce, Cynthia Pummell, Kenneth Reno, Ronald Reno, Karen Roush, Emily Ruggles, Carol Sexton, Debbie Suiter, Barbara Swingley, Rebecca Tharp, Joan Hopkins, x Ellen Tolle, Janice Turner, Faye Vance, Ralph Vance, Roger Van Frank, Robert Wallace, Gaudia Williams, Teresa Wilson, Anna Zimmerman, Karen Williams. Semester--Bill Armintrout, Debora Ayres, Barbara Behymer, Elizabeth Bick, Mike Brown, John Burns, x Elizabeth Carson, Betty Chaney, Mark Coffman, Pam Collins, Karen Countryman, Cindy Cowne, Pam Craft, Marilyn Dance, Christa Edwards, Becky Fischer, Pamela Foulk, Sharon Frump, x Mike Frydryk, Melinda Gallagher, Connie Greathouse, JoAnne Hartman, x David Hastings, Dora Hill, Renda Hollon, Jim Hopkins, Joan Hopkins, Patricia Hudson, Darlene King, Dianna Lowe, Elise Lyons, Janice Mathews, Sharon McConnaughey, Linda McDade, Karen Morris, Janice Myers, Linda Nye, Thomas Pierce, Cynthia Pummell, x Ken Reno, Ronald Reno, Karen Roush, Emily Ruggles, Carol Sexton, Debbie Suiter, Barbara Swingley, Rebecca Tharp, x Ellen Tolle, Janice Turner, Faye Vance, Ralph Vance, Roger Van Frank-, Robert Wallace, Claudia Williams, Social Events ItllMIMIIItHMIIttlttHHIHIIMM HIIIIIIIHIIIIIIMimillllllllllllHIIIIIIIIIHIMHIIflMH Wed Recently VERY SPECIAL SALE Al STOCKWEU'S FURNITURE CARPETING -- SERVING YOU SINCE 1920 -- INDOOR-OUYDOOR CARPET $2.00 Off * GREEN FIGURED «n4 GOLD FIGURED 100% NYLON -- CLOSELY WOVEN -- RUItER PACKED CREDIY YERMS · FREE PARKING · FREE ESTIMATES 935 WESY MAIN SY. WONE 393-3334 HIUS90RO, OHIO Specialist Gives Tips For Set-In Sleeves Want to "suit yourself" in fashion. Tailor a new back-in-fashion suit from a wool or wool-like fabric, suggests Mrs. Orena Haynes, Extension Clothing Specialist, Ohio MRS. BRYANT JEROME LONG (Photo by Tom Studio) Miss Rebecca Lee Reed, daughter of Rev. and Mrs. Charles D. Reed, Hillsboro, became the bride of Bryant Jerome Long, son of Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Long, Bryan, in a candlelight ceremony in the First United Methodist Church, Saturday, Jan. 22, at half after seven o'clock in the evening. Rev. Charles D. Reed, father of the bride, and Rev. Jay E. Smoke, Teresa Wilson, Anna Zimmerman, Karen Williams. SENIOR Third six weeks--Avery Applegate, x Pat Browning, Scott Coffman, Lynn Coletts, Charlotte Davis, Pat Davis, Charlene Dean, Barbara Dennison, Dan Fauber, Judy Faul, Terry Fletcher, Karl Frydryk, Connie Haag, Tony Haley, Linda Hill, Debbie Hottinger, Emily Hottle, Joy Humphries, Susie Jackson, Linda Kelly, Jeff Limes, Brad Matson, Debbie McLaughlin, Colleen McMullen, Sberri Mills, Doug Moore, Terry Murphy, Erby Powell, Marty Pulliam, Barb Raney, x Ginny Setty, Jan Shackelford, Marilyn Skoog, Marty Smith, Martha Stevens, Vincent Strain, Lynette Taylor, Becky Thompson, Vickie Throckmorton, Greg Tucker, Kathy Wagoner, Wayne Walker, Barbara West, Steve Wilkin, Mary Jane Young, Kay Sherrard, Becky Pyle. Semester--Avery Applegate, Alberta Ballentine, x Pat Browning, Scott Coffman, x Lynn Coletts, Cathy Crone, Charlotte Davis, Pat Davis, Charlene Dean, Barbara Dennison, Linda Elkins, Dan Fauber, Judy Faul, Terry Fletcher, Karl Frydryk, Connie Haag, Tony Haley, Debbie Hottinger, Emily Hottle, Joy Humphries, Susie Jackson, Mary Ann Johnson, x Linda Kelly, Ken Kid well, Jeff Limes, Brad Matson, Debbie McLaughlin, x Colleen McMullen, Sherri Mills, Richard Morris, Terry Murphy, Becky Pyle, Barb Raney, Kathleen Reed, Jackie Robbins, Ginny Setty, Jan Shackelford, Kay Sherrard, Marilyn Skoog, Marty Smith, Mike Stephens, Martha Stevens, Vincent Strain, Lynette Taylor, Vickie Throckmortorv, Greg Tucker, Kathy Wagoner, Judy Waits, x Wayne Walker, Barbara West, Steve Wilkin, Carolyn Williamson, Mary Jane Young, Becky Thompson. GLAMOR GIRLS ·XJtt to*, Ctadrte. Tve F**»* ·ted t» Wrd watcfeotV Chillicothe, officiated at the double ring ceremony. Mr. L. Clifford Smith presented a program of nuptial music. His selections included "Prelude and Fugue in E Minor" by Bach, "When Thou Art Near" by Bach, "Meditation" by Whiting, "Melodie" by Young, "Ich Liebe Dich' by Grieg, "Nuptial Chimes" by Peele, and the traditional "Bridal March" by Wagner, and "Wedding March" by Mendelssohn. Mrs. Andrew Monts de Oca Manker was soloist. She sang "0 Perfect Love," "One Hand, One Heart," State University Tailoring demands your best Homemakers Clubs Meet Town and Country The Hillsboro Town and Country Homemakers met Jan. 20 at the home of Dorothy Ruggles. A delicious salad course was served to 13 members and three guests prior to the meeting by hostess Mrs. Ruggles and co-hostess Harriet Aukerman. Guests were Christine "I Believe," Prayer " The bride's and "The Lord's path was marked with eight aisle candelabra, each with Valencia, carnations and huckleberry foliage, tied with white satin bows. The altar was flanked with baskets of white gladioli and Valencia carnations. The double candelabra were lined with foliage and tied with white ribbons. The altar railing was decorated with green emerald sprays. Given in marriage by her father. the bride was radiant in a white gown of Alencon lace and satin organza. The lace empire bodice was fashioned with a high neckline and long pouf sleeves. The floor-length A-line skirt was highlighted by a chapel length train. Her illusion veil was caught by a headpiece of organza flowers and pearls. Snowdrift chrysanthemums, stephanotis, and a gardenia made up her bouquet. Mrs. Keith Carpenter, sister of the bride, served as matron of honor. The bridesmaid was Mrs. Steven Beck, sister of the groom. They wore identical gowns of pepper pod crepe and c a r r i e d colonial bouquets of white chrysanthemums and Valencia carnations. Steven Beck, brother-in-law of the groom, served as best man. Groomsmen Harold Reed, brother of the bride, and Keith Carpenter seated the guests. Guest book attendant was Miss Marsha Hudson, Hillsboro. A reception was held in the church social rooms following the ceremony. The bride's table was centered with a four-tiered wedding cake, accented with Valencia carnations and chrysanthemums. Silver candlesticks with lighted tapers and flower arrangements flanked the wedding cake. Hostesses were Miss Diane Shaw, and Mrs. Nicholas Bare, Hillsboro, and Miss Erla Kuester of Cleveland. The couple will reside in The Carter Apartments, Carter Ave., Defiance, where Mr. Long is attending Defiance College from which he will be graduated in June. Rehearsal Dinner Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Long were host and hostess to the dinner hi Fellowship Hall prior to the rehearsal of the Long Reed wedding. Guests were families of the young couple, members of the wedding party and invited guesls. tales about your tailoring skills.. The sleeve is an especially critical area, says Mrs Haynes. If you are a beginner, you may want to try a cardigan style. This fall, however, styles with lapels and collars, reminiscent of the 40's, are fashionable, too. These bring a more squared shoulder look and the return of shoulder pads in many jackets. With or without shoulder pads, set-in sleeves must be smooth from two views--fit and construction. Grain is a key point in a smoothly fitted sleeve. The crosswise grain of the fabric should be parallel to the floor with the lengthwise grain perpendicular to the floor. If the grain is not positioned properly, diagonal wrinkles result To construct a smooth sleeve, shape the top of the sleeve before you set it into the armhole. Here is one way: Put two rows of gathering threads, either by hand or machine, around the top of the sleeve. Put one row of gathering on the sleeve side just beyond the seamline. (Be sure the stitch line won't show when you remove the gathering thread--some fabrics will stitch mark.) The other row should be in the seam allowance about a quarter inch from the first stitching. Pull the gathering threads so that the seam allowance at the top and sides of the sleeve cap is at right angles to the sleeve. Don't put any gathers in the top inch of the sleeve where the grain is straight. Do the easing on the bias sides of the sleeve. Next, shrink the extra fullness from this area. Use a steam iron or a wet cloth with dry iron. A shortening or juice can makes a helpful gadget for shrinking fullness from sleeves. Wrap the curved portion of the can with a little padding; a towel is fine. Place the can, curved side down, near the end of your ironing board so the bulk of the sleeve hangs free and toward the floor. The gathered or eased sleeve top will fit nicely on the curve of the can. Press on the wrong side of the fabric. For most pressing, it is important to press with the gram anj| to lift and lower the iron in place. When shrinking or removing fullness, you can "run" or glide the iron. Swisshelm. President Joanne Vance conducted the business Caplinger gave meeting, devotions Helen with some thoughts for the New Year. Mrs. Vance reported that Homemakers Holiday will continue to be held. The meeting was turned over to Mabel Humphreys and Dorothy Ruggles for the lesson on "Accessories." Each member showed the accessory she brought and how she uses it in her home. Mabel and Dorothy gave many ideas about the use of accessories to make homes more attractive. We were urged to use accessories in all rooms and to have one focal point of interest which catches the eye upon entering the room. Accessories can, be very simple but we need to have them blend with the room where used. No one access- THE PRESS-GAZETTE 3 HILLSBORO, OHIO Friday, February 4, 1972 cry or group is right or wrong. Everyone needs to select accessories to suit themselves, their family, the use of the room, with the thought in mind that each home has characteristics which make it unique so use accessories to make it have the completed look rather than a hodgepodge of everything we get our hands on. We looked at several pictures showing rooms -which had accessories used in various ways. We agreed that we disagreed on many of the rooms illustrating our need to accessorize our homes to suit personal likes and dislikes. The next meeting will be held Feb. 17 at 1 P. M. at the home Marie Wortman. Virginia Ludwick will serve as co-hostess. Leader will be Betty Chaney. LOSES LICENSE A local youth's driving rights were suspended for 30 days at a hearing in probate-juvenile court recently for speed excessive for conditions. Ricky A. Morris, 17, Hillsboro Rt. 3, was charged with that violation following a wreck on Jan. 22. He was also ordered attend driver's remedial training school. SEEKS RE-ELECTION WILMINGTON - Clinton County Probate-Juvenile Judge Paul E Riley has filed for re-election, subject to the Republican primary in May. CLEARANCE SALE FINAL WEEK Helen-Jean Fashions I D E . MAIN ST., HILLSBORO BOYS' and GIRLS' SHOE SALE Regular $6.99 to $11.99 NOW $ 4 and $ 6 · STORY BOOK · THOM McAN · ACROBAT DRESS WELL - LOOK WELL IN WELLS SHOES 115 W. Moid St. Hillsboro, Ohio BREADS Have You Tried Our: 1 ·UTTERHAKE ROLLS -- SANDWICH IUNS MimUtCIUST MEAD -- SALT RISING IREAD CINNAMON IREAD -- FRENCH IREAD VALENTINE DECORATIONS WHITE'S BAKERY 112 Swtfc Hi* St. «···»· 393-1511 -- OPEN ALL DAY WEDNESDAY -- COLOR TV NEW AUTOMOBILE LIVING ROOM SUITE MOBILE HOME WASHER fr DRYER Make Valentine Day A Happy Day With A Hillsboro Bank Cr Savings Loan. The Hillsboro Bank Will Make A Loan For Any Worthwhile Purpose, So Why Not Make That Special Person Happy! THE HILLSBORO BANK and SAVINGS CO. HILLSBORO LEESBURG NEWSPAPER!

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