Athens Sunday Messenger in Athens, Ohio
2 Aug 1964

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2 Aug 1964

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Athens Sunday Messenger (Newspaper) - August 2, 1964, Athens, Ohio Page i a Tiff messenger Athens Ohio a sunday aug. 2,1964 engineers to explain land easement project area traffic courts Frost a representatives of the u s. Army corps of engineers will be at the Community Hall Here tuesday night to explain procedures for acquisition of easements for the Belleville locks and dams. The meet ing will begin at 8 . J will be present. Est. Attendance by sever the first project Landown Al landowners along the rss meeting was held at Hocking River is expected. Jack c. Burdett real estate manager for the Belleville project said he and several members of the staff thanks thanking friends and patrons for making our Sale such a sure Success is not an obligation on our part a its a satisfaction. We feel that All our customers have Learned what it s like to Deal with Athens landmark cd we re pleased to make their acquaintance. So again we say a Quot thanks Quot a service that makes Fine products better a Athens landmark Delbert Kasler manager phone by 3-1541 Kurtz Street a Athens Ohio Markette All purpose Marker by Eberhard Faber no Roll Cap 12 vivid colors i density Ink Quick dry formula available in two sizes r instant a color t identification twin Seal design Athens office Supply inc. Your authorized Royal Agency 17 w. Washington St., Athens by 3-161 i Parkersburg last february however because of the extremely bad weather that night Many Lando w n e r s could not be present. Burdett said a meeting of landowners was held two weeks ago in Stewart but through a misunderstanding the corps of engineers was not represented. Burdett stated it is the policy of the engineers to meet with groups of landowners at any time the landowners wish anyone interested in the project is Welcome at these meetings. Burdett said construction of the dam is on schedule acquisition of easements in the affected areas along the Ohio River and its tributaries Between the site of the new dam and Ohio River lock 17, will be in Progress Over the next two years. Driver cited after county Road crash cars driven by Roger Lee Walker 20, Stewart route i and Sammy Lee Hatfield 23, Chesterhill route 2, met Headon Friday night on the big run Road a county Highway a half mile East of route 329. There were no injuries said the state Highway patrol citing Walker into Athens county court for driving left of Center. Traffic tines juvenile court Colemen Jerel Gallaher 17, son of or. And mrs. Ivan Gallaher Frost route i operating a motor vehicle with fictitious registration $5 and costs License suspended for 30 Days except for employment purposes. Timothy James Mcclelland .17, son of or. And mrs. Sam Mcclelland Glouster route 2, parking on the Roadway $5 and costs License suspended for 30 Days except for employment purposes. County court James William Martin 19, Athens route 2. Parking on Bond forfeitures county court Ronald Keith Kinnison 28, Dayton improper backing patrol $15. Andrew Komives 54, Columbus improper passing patrol $15. Emmett Wells 29, Hamilton conditional Speed patrol $30. Municipal court Blanch Parfitt Church 64, 101 Morris ave., Stop sign violation patrol $12. John Lytle Truitt 34, s. It. Mitchell ky., Stop sign violation patrol $12. Carl Baltimore Campbell 35, Columbus following too closely patrol $22. Stanley Joe Smith 27, Columbus unsafe operation the Highway patrol $10 and patrol it costs. Robert Gene Clarence Wendel Shifflet 21, Jacksonville driving left of Center patrol $10 and costs. Pamela sue Cline 21, Nelsonville Stop sign violation patrol $10 and costs. David Lee Linson 18, Nelsonville speeding patrol $20 and costs. James Owen Cox 62, Little Hocking failure to deliver Purchase certificate of title patrol found guilty $20 and costs. Robert o. Mitchell. 35, Logan speeding patrol pleaded innocent Case continued until aug. 29. Miller 36, Findlay speeding patrol $22. News of servicemen ask the Many who has one. And we bet he tells you How much he values his aaa membership. Personal Accident insurance. Unique travel aids and counselling. Bail and arrest Bond Protection and 24-hour-a-Day emergency Road service these Are just some of the reasons. No wonder 8 million americans proudly Tell their friends about aaa. You will too. Call and join today. Auto club of Southern Ohio 65 s. Court St. Athens Ohio next Tofu it re i Tel. By 2-8932 sp4 James Owens son of or. And mrs. Wilbert f. Owens Frost route i is participating with the 3rd armoured division in a three week Field training exercise at Hohenfels Germany. Owens 21, is a Driver in an Engineer battalion. He entered the army in August 1961 and completed Basic training at it. Knox by. Phillip c. Boyer fireman us son of or. And mrs. Orville c. Boyer Guysville route 2, is serving aboard the guided missile Cruiser uss Oklahoma City in the Pacific. Social set thursday Pomeroy a there will be an ice Cream social at 6 . Thursday at the Eastern High school sponsored by the Eastern band boost ers. The band will present a concert at 7 . Wows plans picnic Pomeroy a the annual family picnic of the woman a society of world service of the Enterprise eur Church will be held at 6 . Tuesday at the Home of or. And mrs. Herbert Dixon. Families Are to take their own table service. Meigs county land transfers Dale Mckenzie to Dale Mckenzie and Lida Mckenzie 17.5 acres in Sutton town ship. Raymond e. Evans executor t. A. Downie executor Albert n. Bengel deceased to t. H. C r o a parcels in Pomeroy. V. Clay Tuttle and Geneva f. Tuttle to Edson h. Talbott and Jeannette d. Talbott 19 acres in Orange township Sadie Kramer Walter Kramer Della Marie Van Cleve and Arthur Van Cleve to Xor ton w. Thompson and Martha g. Thompson 78.5 acres in Salem township. Clarence Douglas and Della Douglas to Alfred r. White and Catherine i. White Par eels in Salisbury township. John Batey and Edith Batey to Rachel e. Jennings and Carl b. Jennings .43 acres in Salisbury township. Robert c. Hartenbach sheriff Ronald l. Jacks and Betty Lou jacks to Jackson production credit assn., parcels in Columbia and Salem township. Garden club to meet Pomeroy a the annual picnic of the Pomeroy Garden club will be held at 6 p. In. Monday at the Home of mrs. C. R. Karr with mrs. Charles Lytle As co hostess. Members Are to take their own table service. Taken to Hospital Pomeroy mrs. Blanche Van Zandt Rutland was transported to Meigs memorial Hospital by the Pomeroy emergency squad Early saturday for medical treatment. Band begins practice for Meigs fair Middleport rehearsals for the Middleport High school band have been announced by William k. Russell new instrumental music instructor. Students in the senior band Are scheduled to meet at the school at 9 . Mon Day. Students in the Junior band last year that Are now in High school or the eighth Grade should report at la am. Mondays practice will Mark the beginning of sessions in preparation for participation in the Meigs county fair and the annual ice Cream social on the High school Lawn aug. 14. As in previous years the Bondsmen will present an informal program during the ice Cream social sponsored by the mid Deport band boosters association. Final Call for lessons Middleport a final swimming classes of the summer will be held aug. 3 through aug. 14 at the Middleport Pool. Registration will be at the Pool from 9 . Toll saturday. Classes include swimmers intermediates advanced beginners third year beginners and diving lessons. They will not be repeated although a beginners class will be held for children having Turtle Frog tadpole or ability equivalent to the first and second year beginners during the last two weeks in August. Mrs. Thomas Scally instructor will be assisted by Mick Morris and Mike Lloyd. Kenny Haddox will assist with diving lessons. To consider budgets Pomeroy a the Meigs county budget commission will meet at 2 p. In. Monday in the office of Meigs county auditor Gordon Caldwell. School township Village and Library budgets will be the subject of the meeting. Will present pins Pomeroy a five 50-year members will be honoured when Pomeroy chapter 186, order of Eastern Star meets at 7 45 . Tuesday at the Jolly Bunch club has hamburger Fry Middleport a mrs. Perry Mitch was hostess Friday night for a hamburger Fry and potluck dinner for the Jolly Bunch sewing club on the Lawn of the Mitch Home. Attending were mrs. Mattie Bush mrs. Emil Ball mrs. Gertrude Miller mrs. Alice Fink mrs. Nora Mills mrs. Marjorie Milhoan mrs. Mae Bailey. Mrs. William Robson mrs. Grace Johnson and mrs. E. L. Hughes. Pomeroy personals or. And mrs. Truman Russell were in Columbus Friday. They were accompanied Home by their daughter Anita who is employed in Columbus and will spend the weekend Here. Squad makes two trips Middleport a mrs. Sylvia Lacey n. Second ave. Was admitted to Meigs memorial Hospital Friday after being transported there by the Middleport emergency squad. The squad was summoned at 9 33 . After mrs. Lacy experienced breathing difficulty. Taken to the Hospital Early Friday morning by the squad was Frances Hewitt Marysville. Squad men stated that the woman said she acc Dently ran her foot through the Windshield of a ear. The incident happened on n. Second ave. Around Midnight it was reported. Play it Safe when you travel take along plenty of first National City travellers checks. The Athens county savings amp loan co. 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