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Commentator, The (Newspaper) - October 18, 1967, Coshocton, Ohio MJGE ONE it, 1M7 I MARGARET SAHLING HONORED AS BPW 'WOMAN OF YEAR CS WC Celebrates 25rfi Anniversary Mre. Betty Faust. Pubtte relations UJM of AeVlaranViaCHlCom- pany, waa the fueet speaker for the an- meettng aad banquet of the Co- trie held rente The the Keene School T 17.1967. 5m anmversary of the district red, having been formed In 1942 as a legal of the State of Ohio to carry ttcea of soil and water Introductions were mane by of the board. JotaPowen. David 1L Mtoken. former as toeatinaster. County A- Reverend Larry Hardeaty of the le- and PJainfleld Churches fare the Invocation. v. v Keene Hffl Grange nerved a country style meal to moee attending. Music daring by Steven Darr. v.v.v. -A gttlB quartet from the Cdoperdale Nazarene Church pleased me group with two focal selections. Wayne prertdent .-of Jfce Ohio Federation of Soil and Water Conser- vation Districts spoke briefly. The past 25 years of Ibe Cosbocton District was reviewed by Richard A. McConnell, Work Unit Conservationist. come in years ahead for Soil and __ Conservation Districts and the SoU Con- servation Service. John Veley. of hay are: Alfalfa Clover Mixed Hay Light Mixed Hay Grass group by 4-H Agent and me classes Malcolm Mfller Malcolm Miner .Lynn Wens Steven Darr Lynn Mflbeaell The leaves are falling and the frost is on the pumpkin. The Wells family of Warsaw nave harvested 18 to 20 tons of pumpkins from their 2 acre field. m the back ground Kbn Wells sorts pumpkins as Kay Wells sits and wat- ches Randy Hagans toss-a largepumpkfn to Lynn Wells standing on the ground. Ernest Ztokon, outstanding farmerfor 1966 was presented the Goodyear Award by K. L. Band, representative of the Goodyear Tire and Robber Company. Mrs. Foust gave a very entertaining lecture demonstration on the inner workings of a car as it would appear if designed by a woman. She gave se- veral tips on how to handle emer- gency driving situations. Her topic was Puffs and In' Planned Keeping in- it Republican Rally Election Board Open of The First Presby- of. Coahocton have or- ganized a supervised study program for hsjfa achool students who need a quiet ptoce In which to do their homework. Tie Study m win be open each Tues- day and Tbaraday evening from 7 to V Entrance to the Study m win be the door at the east end of The Cosbocion County Republican, Wo- men's Ctab launches its fafl acHedule of events with a Candidates' Meeting at the Y.M.C.A. on Thursday October 19. at pjn. An Informal evening la planned, during which the Republican candidates in the upcoming election win be Introduced. Refreshments win be served. Mrs. Robert Ryan is president of the club. Colorful School Story Flntendent of Coahocton City This week the Election Board win be open every afternoon from one to four. Saturday from to 12. 539 Main Street. voters will receive forms by written request, mat must be made by mall. Please get your request in early aa possible. Those making request should state whether they want a regular absentee voter ballot or one for a voter who is disabled. betiding, (door doaeat me new dty parting The "Study-fa" la designed to pro- a quiet place for high achool i who have Hole or no opoortuo- 10 ity for- study at home. The "Study-In" which began Oct. wm be open from 7 to 9 each Tu day and Tbaraday evening that school The rooms to be used for the "Study hV are the Junior High rooms on the third floor of the educational building. One room wttl have some reference materials for those woo need tt. Entrance to the -Study fa shall be tjbrough the door at the east end of the educational unit. The Inside doors aa the first and second floors shall be doaed and reman dosed while students tot the bvUtag. The doors to the stairs on the third floor shall be aa wen aa an other claaa room Schools Roy McKtnley presented bis 30 minute colored slide story of the dally operation of Coahocton dty schools to the manufacturers division of the Cham- ber of Commerce, Tuesday Oct. 10 at the Town and Country Ctab. Mr. McKmley also pointed out the need for paaaage of the achool levy renewal for Cojhocton City schoola on the Nov. 7 ballot. Mr. McWnley reports that thla pro- gram la scheduled for presentation to Coabocton Rotary Oct. 24 aad Coahocton Nov. 1 and can be available to any group anytime thla year. School Meets Secret Foe RMgewood High School challenges a secret unnamed achool in a scholarly quiz show this Saturday Oct. 21 over WHIZ-TV from to p.m. Win- ner takes back to their achool to be used for educational equipment. The winner out return three ttmea. Ron BUte, Ron Christian, Don Franks and Jean Roahrtg are RMfcawood'a brain truat with Candy Becbtot aa alternate. DR. ARNOLD WINS WLC of C POST ______may come any time after 7 fern. They may leave the. room only to nee the rest rooms or go home, when a? studm completes Ma work he than leave. There wffl ba no unnecessary fc BUM Of for the purpose of WwaNaui W ___. _- banding. wlahteg to work to- gvther nay do ao In of two. ahall ba at least two preaent at ttmaa the to" la aaaatoi. Tba for being tbare la to maintain order ao all students to study. Dr. Roben Arnold added the presi- dency of the Lafayette Chamber of Commerce to Ma list of reaponal- nUttiea and hcnora waen ba waa elected at the WLC of C banquet Tbaraday In the Ridgewood High School. He baa serted Out Weat Lafayette dental needs for 8 and la now president of the Coahocton County Den- tal Society Serving wlthDr.Arnofcumhe WLC of C wffl ba John aa vice president and Pearl Beall aa treaaarvr. New of the WLC of C board are Richard Owens, Chartea StrwgfeUow, and James Wilson. Shawm be Stating, librarian Library atece _ member of BPW. the eiOO pan. news. Friday October 20, at 7 pjn. there wffl lu Mlaa SahUai to the Obto Power ___mere there wffl be a _ MX) pjn. to which the public la In- BPW _______________years of f fruitful service to the dub, to Ike and to the Image of an and in the profs MOVES Through Margaret tfrdeea al, study and ingeartty, the Coaboctna rary is recognized as one of the that Don Dr. Norman L. president of The tator, inc., annoanffd today E. Beattte, editor and general has accepted a position as editor and general manager of The Chronicle, New Port Richey, Florida, Beattte and bis family, who resided at 1681 Evergreen Park Drive, left Coshocton past weekend in order to be in Florida for the Initiation and first publication of The Chronide, which wflQ. circulate hi me Pasco County area north of Tampa and Clear- and his wife. Fran, who aided mtft, II the new Florida publication in similar roles. Beattte wffl be vice president of The Chronide, me., of New Port Richey. "I sincerely regret leaving Coahocton and parttculary The Commentator, a newspaper I firmly believe baa a place and a value hi mis Beat- tte said. "I wish Dr. Wright and his associates the ultimate of success and I hope the people of Coshocton County will continue their avid support and interest in the newspaper, k has been a marvelous experience for us to have been a part of the founding here and we want to thank aU the wonderful people who helped make it possible." Beattte and his wife Fran have four children. Ted, now with the Army, Is slated to leave for Viet Nam In three weeks. Rick la a sophomore at Kent State University. Debbie la a fresh- man at Coahocton High School and Don E.. Jr., la In seventh grade. Beattte formerly waa editor of The Coshocton Tribune after 25 years service with The Cleveland Press, the Cincinnati Enquirer, The Ashland Times-Gazette and the Salem, O., Newa. Ted Beattte was sports editor of The Coabocton Tribune until March 3rd of thla year. Ted Beattte has finished training with the Army's mformatfon and Pubtte Re- lations college aad la aaataned to radio and television duty near Saigon. He is currently on leave before reporting to Oakland, Calif, for overseas duty. Chamber Approves The Executive Board of the Coaboc- ton Chamber of Commerce at its noon meeting Friday, October 13, voted un- animously to support the hospital levy. Democrats Meet Democrats win meet Thura., Oct. 19th at at the Steel- workers Hall. AU membera and pacttve membera are invited to attend to finalize for the coming election. rTO Hears Board Oct. 12 approximately 100 P.T.O. members beard and aaked qaeatMoa of Coahocton City School Board and Sup- erintendent Roy McKUuey aa they dla- cnaaad questions of achool concern sub- mitted earlier in the month by P.T.O. Community use of Ae fadlidea of schools curriculum la the new Met achool, school transportation, mld- cafatarla problems ware among the Items diacuaaad. xeal. library _. _ beat for a town oar size la ObUte volunteer work in the Coahocton lib- rary, and after graduation from Obto Weeleyan where ahe majored in Eng- lish literature and history, ahe worked for three years in the Coahocton Bhrary. Then after a year of study at the Li- brary-School of the University of Wis- consin she returned to the local lib- rary. She is a member of the American 7 Association and the Onto Li- cretaryof the ter of 17 ___. She is listed in Who the and Who of _ Is the daughter of the late Mr, lira. Adolpfa Sabjing. Her father a ttoVigraphlc artist for the Meet company. Always interested In the Co- ahocton community. Miss Sealing is a of the American Association of atty Women of which she was the second president. She baa also been president of the New Century Ctab, a federated women's dab. Her cumiiuinHy service has Included Community Cheat Girl Scout Adult Committee, YMCA committee chairman, and volunteer worker on various drives. on A member of the 1961 Cosfaocton aojnlcentennlal history committee, she edited and published me Library Calendar, the monthly bulletin of bis-; torical artides and notes which was Included in that year's OUoana Library. listing of local historical writings. However. Miss re ted and efforts have always been di to the local library. She repon ahe la deeply appreciative of the honor of representing the women of the BPW cmb and their purpose of promoting the Interests, education and upnoriuultira of an business aad professional women. She says I professional vwa that there are ___________re contributed more time and energy to the club and community affairs, and she accepts the honor as tribute to the library aa a county aery vice institution and to the friendly and helpful membera of me library KICK-OFF FOR MUSIC The kick-off dinner for the new ahocton Cocnmunlry Concert waa held at the Park Hotel UatMon, fright City, Board membera and HoweOa of New York City, regional represent of Community The campeiga offlcally begat Oct. 16 and wffl continue through Oct. 20. Three of wffl ba available: at par peraoa, regular at WO par person, aad..... tickets at IS. No for iailliMuul wffl be sou at the time M wffl ba available throufb Marie Store, saddle Park Waraaw aad W. Lafayette win mumry Concert aaflaa wffl ban to iWSPAPERI
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