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Orrville Crescent (Newspaper) - January 22, 1959, Orrville, Ohio ORRVILLE INSTITUTION SINCE 1867 JANUARY 22, 1959. CENTS A 90,NO. 24. former assistant manager of Koppers who will be moving his family to a D. C. suburb on Saturday from their home on Route 94 stopped in earlier this week to say that when we said recently that he had been named manager 6f the National Manufacturers with headquarters in the nation's we were stretching a fact I am the manager of Technical Promotion which is only one phase of the Paul don't my old Koppers to get the idea I am trying to puff myself up by claiming a job bigger than I actually so if you will fit me into my I will appreciate went on to explain that MIMA's Technical Promotion Department has been augmented by the addition of himself and eight other men 26 in to accelerate the promotion of lumber as a building both through contact with building code officials and and the ment of technical data on the properties and performance of as in every there is increasing competition in the building Mr. Beattie our job is to wood to the end that the lumber industry can hold and increase its share of the market in competition with aluminum and other building 7 a challenging the principal reason I took on the for the lumber industry is going all so to to show that wood is unexcelled in many building We have a wonderful atory to in these it is essential that it be added that the to leave bfc cause it 6rtJoye<| Jiving here mora than any other For our we expressed a dislike in such a fine dislike that is moderated by the that moving up in chosen Stevenson Dies at Age 92 Mayor H. Sollenberger to Circulate Petitions for Repeal of Court Herbert Police Chief Irv Eshelman and the What they arc fighting for the home rule which they feel rightfully belongs to the courts of the the is not changed were among the 15 municipal officials of Wayne County a conference in Columbus this is how it would sponsored by the Orrville next Every Mayors made by an Orrville The meeting dealt with the on North or South Main ty and Municipal Court Laws would have to be tried in I methods of repealing the as municipal This Mrs. Amelia age 92, j distribution of means loss of revenue for at Dunlap Memorial Mayor Earl though tax tal Thursday afternoon Rodabush Canfield was Payers are paying the salaries of an Illness of three of which was police R. Sprunger Of Kidron Dies On Jury Robert 64, eff died of a heart attack Tuesday while he was serving on a jury in Wooster He was taken to was united in. marriage to j Vf the Mayors Committee Hospital after David W. a for the County and 18 brought to heart attack and was dead Residents are paying a was born In ig But that isn't Each at The the arresting ' consists of police an his death in 1932, Mrs. and other officials of smaller came to and and cities in Ohio at had her daughter and Llla and William was member of opposed to laws and mam two 11 repeal of these Another this law might These originally to the to eliminate justice of peace Reformed and relegate duties r he main streers principle interest was in supposedly better If the state UNIT of Christ I West Church The new i construction and is finished in and Reformed Church used primarily for lonial Is photographed from day School is of E. and R. Church to Dedicate Educational of the new Christ Evangelical and Reformed Educational Unit will be held Feb. 1, it was announced The dedication will mark the formal opening of the addition located on West Church west of the church speaker at the dedication will be Dr. Sheldon Mackey of who is administrative assistant to Dr. James E. president of the Evangelical and Reformed Church States and of the united Franklin pastor of the Orrville Christ Evangelical and win also take part in the Plans for the dedication have not been finalized at this and the program will be listed in the next isSue of The have read President Ike's State of the Union message and his about the economic of the new educational unit was constructed and equipped at a total cost of This amount includes architect fees and other It is a two-story a fully excavated that rests on a foundation measuring 114 by 57 building has an attractive brick veneer and on the inside it is decorated in white cedar paneling with a Large windows give the classrooms plenty of light and create a cheerful classroom was designed especially for a particular age and it is noticeable that in the rooms for the blackboards and other furnishings are all ftt the right Main Floor feature that is pleasantly unique ia a church parlor on intended to be used for small weddings and Informal gatherings of small This measuring 21 by ' 32 is beautifully furnished in colonial style and is complete with fireplace and soft wall-to-wall the a small linked on other side to -a crib room and was Kidron postmaster 23 year and had been business of E. P. Gerber Hardware in Kidron for more than 40 He was a member of St. Paul United Church of Christ in Mt. and American Legion Welty of Apple the former Lola its minion program and j have effect of w. i. u. abolishing or limiting the effect r 1 of October 29, 1933, at the South survived by two other j 7 ih ^ ,cemen ~ street grade crossing in Mrs. John Nugent of West court abolished have to go out of town for every Orrville E | N. and Mrs. arrest made on these up Feter of New York is to Deen pui up are two brothers established to handle less time on state Sprunger served for many J and whit Previously fallen | and more time on other Brown of ot peace And the fact and four grandchildren and a court that the state great a as is happen to be the main cremation the ashes in these new in each of the communities be placed in the family burial came within ing the court in Glendale the municipal services Vere held meant that State Patrol Mayor Sollenberger told Immediate family were being brought into Monday night that Rev. Franklin Lahr in 1 0lTVille mayors court from was to receive a number of in the Orrville area were tion forms in the near In lieu of friends may longer brought to but that he would distribute to the Christian were taken to The loss among council men and other of their The of revenue for Orrville was officials so that they could Funeral Home is In charge year it will mean asking for the repeal of cremation and burial about it is estimated court on the Board of Education in was an elder of St. Paul's E. and R. Church for many and was a member of the National Association of Postmasters and of the Ohio Association of Retail Lumber are his Mrs. Kenneth Gerber of three Clyde Sprunger of William and Dr. Earl Sprunger of Apple three Mrs. Robert Liechty of Mrs. Bruce Weaver of and Mrs. Ross Wyre Of and three services will be at St. Paul's United Church of Christ in Mt. Eaton Friday at 2:30 with the Rev. Frank R. in Pallbearers will be Veryl Frank also for toddlers and Meiyin Gerber and Otto On the east side of the hallway are the pastor's the church secretary's office for an assistant If the need All will be in Mt. Calling hours at the Funeral Home 7 to S offices are air an hour before the second floor there are giving space for for students up through Some rooms are divided with sliding which allows for larger single rooms when the on page 2) Mayor He said that he would like next stage of the county see Orrville residents follow the court effective as of Canfield 800 uary 1, will result in the of whom signed the petitions loss of more than in 48 hours after they were it is This of the law states that any The next meeting of the i I traffic violation or other County group organized against Orrville H. 1, a son on occurring on a state route the county court laws will be within the limits of a city at the Smithville City Hall this or be tried Sunday at 2 o'clock in the Discusses Main Water Paving To Be Done council meeting held our only comment is that we in the City in hear the ' Government a 12 dollar deficit in the current fiscal year and the dubious that it may a balance between income and outgo in the we fall to see where there Is possibility of a tax reduction in the foreseeable guess is that the budget won't be balanced next whatever Ike's even if income meets the of tax reduction sounds to us like political double the state budgetary we are happy ta see that Mike has approved cutting expenses by the don't anything about running a state but we long felt that there were a host of employees who could be let go without the slightest There is undoubtedly a great deal of duplication of which could be as well as many other unessential have come to a feeling that Billy O'Neill didnt run a very tight and that DiSalle may do see by trade magazine that the average Nebraska newspaper receives 83 of other if the same proportion were true nation on Page 2) the value of your money with Bargains on most drug including household toiletries and sundries at the regular price only one cent for an additional advertisement Cent In this Dick for the paving of West High street and for the laying of a trunk water line on High street from Washington boulevard east to North Main laying of the water the more Immediate of the two is scheduled for this coming Spring or according to Japles superintendent of tiie Municipal The preliminary estimates on the job been prepared by the and the project should be completed this with the approval of water which is to be a main transmission will be put in to hold up the water pressure in the west end during times of heavy water use and to supply increased amounts of water to an area which is developing There will be no assessments to property owners for the laying of the water since they are already served by another water was in general agreement that the trunk water line should be laid under the There was some talk about putting the line in the devil but It was felt that such a process Would be slow and Councilman Homer felt that the group should have a rough estimate of the cost of putting the line along the devil Specht recommended that the line be put in under the saying that there has been very little trouble with mains under paved The time lag between laying the line and paving the street would be adequate to insure the proper working of assessment was made at the rate of per front foot for curbs and and per front foot for third ordinance accepted and approved the dedication ' of land by Paul Powell for street Slightly more than 44$ feet dedicated along East Oak Mayor Sollenberger reported an adding machine and put cost on a new priced at 989 to Smucker Office Supply at the 24-5 the corduroy 20 per cent Sixes 8-7. Lad 'n' east of the W. C. Beam will not be In his office Friday or He In his new 184 East Education Courses Is of the inclement weather Monday and Tuesday registration for adult education at the high school will be rescheduled for this Monday and registration booth be set in lobby of the senior high school on each of 6:30 to 8:30 it was announced by L. L. on the progress of the I ordinator of the against the county court j only 94 persons registered for and announced that a corses over the two concerning this will be held at the city hall of Smithville beginning at 2 The mayor said that he had excused Director Robert Lacy attending the meeting Monday since he and his department had been working many hours clearing snow from the city complimented Mr. Lacy on the good job being and commented that few had directors willing to work right with their as Mr. Lacy does on all of his before the street is he paving street will necessarily be a long-term since the water main and storm sewer lines would have to be put in It is still in the talking stage as far as is and such matters as the of the street and how much of an area to pave have not yet been city will be in for a great deal of expense It was pointed since an assessment will have to be made against the city the frontage at the The city's share will probably have to be carried by a bond Solicitor Jonah Howells Complain About George Codiano passed along to council some of the complaints he has been receiving concerning the industrial smoke in the north end of the He said that there seems to be flakes of chemical matter falling in the and that this has damaged the paint on some said that there were cases of damage that he knew Mayor Herbert Sollenberger sadd he would call one of the officiais of the company said to have been responsible and ask them if Anything could be done to eliminate the harmful elements in the Ordinances ordinances were adopted at the two of which had to do with assessments on property owners for improvements that have been One ordinance levied assessments on North Sunset drive property owners for the concrete paving done last assessed at per front the Thompson 16 at the Community Osteopathic Yoder 514 West Market at Wooster ln the caae 0 f, president of this any a an 16 at of the area who are in-Home Rule in the action that is the Mayors Committee ing place to be sure and Memorial Hospital baby has a I * in Miami a money in thls 8econd on January 17 St. Francis The whq weighed 8 pounds and one ounce at has a 7 years The Fishers report a change of 2060 North East 169th Miami to Mr. and Mrs. Harold of a son on January 18 at the Community Osteopathic to Mr. and Mrs. Melvin 730 Buckeye a son on January 19 at Community Osteopathic to Mr. and Mrs. Ted of Mt. a daughter on January 20 at Dunlap Memorial to Mr. and Mrs. Robert North Lawrence R. to Mr. and Mrs. William Orrville R. D. 2, a on January 22 at Dunlap Memorial The baby has three a daughter on January 21, at | Bruce and and one Memorial to Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Dalton R. D. 1; a daughter on January 21 at Dunlap Mr. and Mrs. Nevin Byler of a Osteopathic to Mr. and Mrs. Homer Marshallville R. D. 1, a son on January 22 at Dunlap Memorial man has ever been able to prove the excellence shooting his Are Charged r's Winter are half price at Fike All Winter hats are half price at Fike Bay several at this low 28-4 half of what you usually nmd for drug store pick Zarle will offer a super one cent with bargains galore on everyday household drug toiletries and sundries for the price of one plus only one Look for ad in this Orrville persona charged in Mayor Herbert court this T. 8hobe was fined 91S0 and costs on a charge of driving while under the influence of Noble forfeited a bond on a charge of disturbing the levied an argument with her William Crill was charged costs only on a charge of disturbing the Mr. Fletcher said was but probably due to the He is giving those who are interested another chance to In hopes that better weather will produce a higher and airplanes have seemed to capture the public's The Marine Safety course offered by the U. S. Power Squadron has 23 persons registered and will definitely be The aircraft ground training course will also be held with 18 persons signed up for that courses have most of the required number of registered and will need only a few more persons registering before the courses are These courses Oil taught were by Mrs. Gertrude Beven taught by Mrs. Merle seven Mechanical taught | by Frank eight Physical taught by Coach William six Fletcher recommends that those persons already signed up for the above courses contact their friends who might be and ask them to To NEW LAKE in JUHt an oversized rain puddle result of melted Known and heavy rains that fell and This scene on North Elm north the wooded section of - it registrations for above courses will be accepted ted a bond for improperly w h schooI or at his Paul Lester L bond on a ordinance levied assessments against property owners along South Crown Hill road from West Market street south to Paradise road for the installation of curbs and gutters and sidewalks on both fides of the Total coet was Clearance Bargains Lad 'n' Lassie 124 East Market of the Moose will serve a roast pork and dressing 8 to 7 p. m. for and DAY a of the opening Appreciation Day event last Friday Orrville merchants have added another to the and plan to conduct the event at the square services were held Friday afternoon at Crown Hill Cemetery for the infant daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John 745 Cleveland born early morning at Dunlap The Rev. Franklin Lahr is survived by her at certificates at any of | Mr. and Mrs. Say Orrville Residents ar Basements Phones Go to floors and stored In some all havoc in the Orrville area this causing delays and Interruptions in public services and causing damage to j hot water causing homes as sewers backed in heating that was felt and flooded some persons as the report that they had almost of the water yesterday afternoon at about 4:30 when another downpour brought an extra surge of water Into the They didn't actually see any progress in lowering the water level again until about The last group of pumpers quit at shortly after 3 o'clock this The Fire Department 25 members of the Orrville Fire Department worked on off and on periods all day Wednesday and into this morning until after 3 o'clock pumping out Heavy coupled with will Pranks of paternal melting of caused an excess Thomas I. of water that couldn't be totaling 1200. our 24 hour FUm W North Main son of and a great Ed Matter of Funeral Home was in of storm sewers In some areas of the and when the storm water backed up into causing in many got high enough j Auxiliary brought some comfort guish pilot lights in furnaces and to the overworked firemen served food and hot coffee to their men during all day Wednesday arid into the early hours of this about 1:30 The women had lanterns and flashlights handy in case of failure of city dropped suddenly last were kept busy pumping out manholes on East Chestnut West Chestnut East Paradise Westwood avenue and Elm Two a tank truck and the new fire truck were in use street lights did go out for a while in the south end of the city last when a tree pumping and South Main street near the inter-department jeep was used to haul I section of Chestnut street blew gasoline and oil so as to keep the j taking a power cable with pumps running oh Page 4)
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