Athens Sunday Messenger in Athens, Ohio
4 Jul 1965

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4 Jul 1965

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Athens Sunday Messenger (Newspaper) - July 4, 1965, Athens, Ohio Page 12 a the messenger Athens Ohio a sunday july 4, 1965 Iii Wal Lake Logan Road is getting extensive work by the Hocking county engineers department. Pictured above is a Section of the Road that is being straightened. Engineer Clyde Underwood said that a 20-foot improved Roadway with proper drainage will be provided along the entire Roadway. The Road now has widths varying from eight to 16 feet. Underwood said that work is being done for both residents and to make a better Road to the new Lake Logan Beach which is receiving heavy use. Work has been underway two weeks. Messenger new photo. Hocking to receive $8547 Eoa request approved Logan a Hocking county application for $8547 for an economic Opportunity act Notick of Ano ii faking on inv knt omy probate court Mil a county Ohio to the executor or administrator and to such of Tho following As Are residents of the state of Ohio surviving spouse if any next of Kin beneficiaries under the will if any tile attorney or attorneys representing any of the aforementioned persons von Are hereby notified that on the 1st. Day of july 1965, an inventory and appraisement of the estate of Edna to. Carleton deceased late of Syracuse in said county was filed in this court. Hearing on said inventory and appraisement will by had before this court on the 14th. Day of july 1965, at to of clock a. M. Exceptions thereto May be filed by any interested party at any time prior to five Days before the dote Sot for hearing. Witness my signature and the Seal of said court this 1st. Day of july 1965. F. H. Of Brien judge and sex offi Cio clerk by Henrietta of Brien chief Deputy clerk 7�?�T� it _ notice Fob acceptance of bios sealed bids Are hereby requested by the Village of Chauncey Ohio for a new police Cruiser with the following essentials 1 Black color 2 two door is six cylinders 4 Standard or automatic transmission 5 Beacon lights Siren and Standard stencils on each door and Back 6 Black walled tires 7 Standard size and equipment 8 Heater and defroster All bids Are to be presented to mrs. Maxine Smith. Clerk of Council. Chauncey Ohio by twelve of clock noon on August i 1965. The right to reject any bid is reserved. Council of the Village of Chauncey Ohio 7�?2 lit notice of appointment notice is hereby Given that Elizabeth g. Lyons of toppers Plains Ohio has been duly appointed administer matrix of the estate of Cora Swan. Deceased late of Meigs county Ohio. Creditors Are required to file their claims with said fiduciary within four months. Dated this 15th Day of june 11 65. F. To. O Brien probate judge of said county �?��?20 3 old open your charge account Tokayi listen each morning at 10 30 . To Latch string Wajeh on your dial Marianne and Bill pass along helpful hints to die ladies on cooking decorating Beauty and fashion. 990 on your radio dial planning director has been approved rep. Walter Moeller said Friday. Moeller said he received the information from the Washington office of economic Opportunity. Young said the county first applied for funds to support a planning director on feb. 2 after two months work in april word was received that another application had to be submitted because the make up of the Hocking county committee was not representative of All Levels of economic strata and because the county committee had not been incorporated. In May county commissioners passed a Resolution setting up office space in their courthouse office for a director and a second application was made. Just thursday Young and three members of the Hocking committee attended a meeting at Ohio University where they were invited to hear Milton Hyman District director of the office of dec nomic Opportunity Chicago at the meeting to exploit the possibility of Hocking and Athens counties forming a by county plan Young was sharply critical of such an idea because so much time Money and Effort to find a suitable committee had been expended in both counties. The director will be in charge of planning at any level a county City town ship. Hyman said thursday that a planning period could run As much As six months before funds were provided. The directors presence will expedite planning. County commissioners Otto Shaw Howard Blum and Tom Van Curen have All been highly in favor of a planning director because it would give them some idea of How to participate in the Many Federal plans and funds available. Movie guide sunday 12 noon Chio Quot fury of the Congo Quot Johnny Weismuller of Jungle Jim and Sherry Moreland. 5 . Chio Back to Bataan Quot John Wayne Anthony Quinn Beulah Bondi Laurence Tierney 9 pm. Cd. 6, 13 Quot Alia Jesse Jomes a Bob Hope Rhonda Fleming. 11 15 pm. Chi Shock wave Scott Brady Kenneth Toby. 11 30 pm cd. 4 on the waterfront Quot Marlon Brando Eva Marie Saint Steiger 1951 monday evening 7 30 . Cd. 3 a Star and Stripe forever Clifton Webb Debra Paget. 9 30 pm. Chio Quot fort Apache Quot John Wayne Ward Bond Anna Lee Shirley tempi Henry Fonda 1948. 11 20 . Cd 81 Quot Hitler children Kent Smith Tim Holt Bonita Granville 12 Midnight cd. To a the Frozen ghost or. Robert h. Marquis a Parent heart v victim area death notices Athens a or. Robert h. Marquis 63, Veteran member of the Ohio University faculty died unexpectedly saturday morning while mowing weeds in a lot at the rear of his Home 6 Northwood or. Fire department emergency squad men Calk d to the residence at 11 20 . Said he was dead on their arrival. Death apparently resulted from a heart attack. Or. And mrs. Marquis had just returned wednesday from a five months trip which took them through Europe the far East and Australia. Or. Marquis a professor of mathematics joined the University faculty in 1928. Native ate of its High school he received his Bachelor and master of science degrees from the University of Missouri Columbia to. He earned his doctorate from the University of Chicago. Beside his wife Lila he is survived by three Brothers a. Paul Marquis Chicago Norwood Kettering and Jay Cameron. To. Friends May Call from 3 to 5 and 7 to 9 . Sunday at the Hughes funeral Home where services will be conducted at 2 . Monday by for. William g. Black. Cremation will follow. In lieu of Flowers contributions May be made to the Ohio University of Kingston mo., and Grade fund. Celebration set monday Logan a a july 4 Celebration will take place Here monday at the High school athletic Field. Festivities begin at noon with Pony rides games and rides on the civil defense amphibian maintained by the police auxiliary. The school Junior and senior bands will present a 5 30 p. In. Concert with an ice Cream social. The fifth annual Talent show will Start at 7 30 with 14 scheduled to compete for the three Cash prizes of $100, $50 and $25. Fireworks will conclude the Days activities. This is the 10th straight hearing for cd new budget set july 1.9 Logan a Public hearing will be held at 7 p. In. July 19 in the superintendents office at Logan High school on the 1966 budget. It May be necessary to submit an additional operating Levy to District voters to meet expenses for the coming year according to supt. Dwight Diller. The tentative budget has general fund expenditures of $1,225,561 which is up $190,076 from last school year year the chieftain boosters and squawks have sponsored the event. Fourteen file for positions Logan a fourteen have filed for the non partisan offices of school Board Village and township trustees in Hocking county for the nov. 2 election. Trustee candidates Are Marion a Irvin Frasure e. E. Engle Falls a Charles h. Frasure John h. Culbertson Green a Harold c. Carpenter James Tucker Starr a Charles Rardain Washington a Harry b. Zimmerman Laurel a Charles a Robinson Carl e. Anderson Ward a William w. Mackie Benton a Alva Hankinson Salt Creek a Hubert Thompson. Donald b. Thomas South Bloomingville is the Lone Board candidate who has filed. Cox services Pomeroy a funeral services for mrs. Donald Cox 46, former Pomeroy resident who died thursday will be conducted at the Prospect methodist Church in Hillsboro. The body will be at the Miller funeral Home in Hillsboro unti la . Today. Burial will of in the Prospect cemetery. Notice of appointment notice ii hereby Given that Fannie Belle Brown whose poet office address is Long Bottom Ohio . Hits been duly appointed administer matrix of the estate of Orville it Brown late of Chester township Meigs county Ohio deceased. Dated this 1st. Day of july 1995. F. H. Of Brien judge of the probate court Meigs county Ohio 7�?4 3 Tow notice of appointment notice is hereby Given that Bernice Jeffers whose Post office address is route 2, Pomeroy Ohio has been duly appointed administer matrix of the estate of Louis Jeffers. Sate of Salisbury township Meigs county Ohio deceased. Dated this 1st Day of july 1965. F h of Brien judge of the probate court Meigs county. Ohio 7�?4 3 Tow wot Irr a Dio sunday afternoon 1 30 a Quot discriminating against discrimination Quot a a the ghetto syn Biol of the human predicament a. 3 xxi a summer concert part in a music of press Bernstein Barber Schuman Hanson and Hov Haness. Sunday evening 7 30 Quot classified classics Quot a a snap crackle and pop 8 30 Quot summer concert part ii Quot a music of Copland Schuman Carter Bernstein and Griffes. Wmk am�?970 pc fm�?105.5 my Musk guide 1. I can to get no satisfaction. Rolling stones. 5 2. In a Henry tue Vin i am. Herman a hermits. 9 3. Or. Tambourine Man. Byrds. I 4. The seventh son. Johnny Rivers. 4 5. You turn me on. Ian Whitcomb. 3 6.1 can to help myself. Four tops. 2 7. What the world needs now is love. Jackie Deshannon. A 8. Yes in a ready. Barbara Mason. To 9. Cara Mia. Jay and the americans. 8 to. Such an easy ques Tion. Elvis Presley. La pick hit unchained Melody righteous Brothers George Joachim counts Down the music guide sundays from 2-5 . Listen for the old Gold sounds wednesday nights on the key club 6-8 . Television programs the messenger to not responsible for errors or program listings when stations do not provide col reeled schedules bold face Type indicates color programs West Virginia stations Are Brouk Asi ing on Eastern Daylight time which is one hour ahead of Basi Ehn Standard time. Therefore viewers who Are on Eastern Standard time will see programs on channels 3, 8 and 13 one Hoer before they appear on the schedule sunday Alwg Abc Saz tvs Csc a ten tvs Abc chs tvs lbs wins to lbs when tvs Abc Channel 4 Channel 3 Channel 6 Channel 8 Channel to Channel 13 Columbus Huntington Columbus Charleston Columbus Huntington 7 00 Frontier of Sci off of of this i the life of 7,30 Cathedral off by in Kle of Christopher of 8 00 Cathedral off Herald of truth of gospel Singer of i v Cher cd by read Oft gospel singing blessed Assurance gospel Singer Trust through Faith j of Cadie fore Noele Oft gospel in Qung Rex Bumbard cartoon time revival time 9-30 morning report off. Singing Wonde Box Rex Humbard cartoon time Superman to of Catholic a gospel so Tinq Wonde Box gospel Jubilee lamp unto my feet foreign Legionnaire 10 30 scholar singing Christoph Faith for today gospel Jubilee look up and live discovery 11 00 Frontier of Faith Thi i the life search camera 3 camera 3 Beany and Cecil 111 30 Vout health frontiers of Fath fractured flickers the big picture Fern Sharp bullwinkle 12.00 or. Magoo to Chapel discovery facing life Jungle Jim theatre r Harold of truth 12 30 baseball Chance to learn open House face the nation Jungle Jim theater evangelistic crusade too Phil baseball direction 65 Oral Roberts sports with Reese Lowe. Of House j 30 baseball reds phils issues and answers world is one sport with Reese gospel Harmony 2 of baseball baseball showboat sports with Reese sports with Reese Bowling 2 30 baseball baseball showboat sports with Reese sports with Reese Bowling 3-.00 women Golf baseball showboat sports with Reese wonderful age Lloyd Thaxton 3 30 women s Golf baseball report. Round table sports with Reese Navy film Lloyd Thaxton 4 of Champ. Billiard women open Western open this we believe Lloyd Thaxton Talent Hunt 4 30 Champ. Billiards women s open Western open Brave men fight Lloyd Thaxton Talent Hunt 5 of Bishop Sheen Western open Western open zoo Ramo theatre Church 5 30 or. Davis cup Western open j Heater Amateur hour theatre Nobleman 6 of meet the Prest Western open showboat 20th Century theatre a Liqing 6 30 sports in action Newt showboat world War i theatre sin Ina 7 00 sports in action biography for Lassie Lassie the rebel >30 wait Disney wait Dilley Wagon train favorite Martian favorite Martian Wagon train 6<00 Walt Disney Walt Disney baseball Sullivan Sullivan Wagon train 8-.30 branded branded broadside Sullivan Sullivan broadside 9 00 became became movie hollow Crown Twilight zone movie 9 30 Bonanza Bonanza movie hollow Crown Twilight zone movie 10 00 the rogue the rogue movie Candia Cerrero Ca. Die camera movie to 30 the rogue the rogue movie what a my line what my line movie a t of news new. 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World baseball to Tell the truth to Tell the truth baseball 3.30 you Don t say you Don t say baseball edae a a n uht Edge of night baseball 4.00 match game Motch game Mike Douglas secret storm secret storm baseball 4 30 up. Ari. Parade or cartoon Mike Douglas Lone Ranger movie baseball 5 00 up. Ari. Parade or cartoon Rocky Friend Surfside six Povlo super show 5 30 up. Ari. Parade Laramie Mickey mouse Surfside six movie Superman monday evening Alwg Abc is Azov Mac a ten tvs Abc chs to lbs wins tvs lbs when tvs Abc Channel 4 Channel 3 Channel t Channel 8 Channel in Channel 13 Columbus Huntington Columbus Charleston Columbus Huntington 0.00 new Laramie new new f Rotter court now v 30 Huntley Brinkley new Cheyenne Walter Cronkite Walter Cronkite boo Vot 7.00 Jamboree Huntley Brinkley Cheyenne san fran. Beat look c w the Lone Rifleman it so to re. Movie voyage to Bottom in Fen the truth to Tell the truth voyage to Bottom 8 00 Uncle movie voyage to Bottom i a got a secret i be got a secret voyage to Bottom 8.30 Uncle movie no t time to. Sets summer playhouse summer playhouse my time 9 00 Andy William Andy William we try one me Lucy Shaw Lucy show we. By Ana to 9 30 Andy William Andy Williams Farmer daughter Danny Thorne movie Farmers daughter 10.00 Coll or d Ahree Hitchcock Ben Casey lbs news special Merit Ben Cosey 10.30 Scioto Down Alfred hit Beack Ben Casey world s fair spec. Movie Ben Casey 11.00 new late new Newt news now flew la. Ii sport weather sport weather sport sport 11.20 weather sport weather movie most a a nightlife a a so tonight tonight nightlife movie movie f. Nightlife Arnold f. Durst Middleport a Arnold Francis Durst 48, died Friday night at his Middleport Home after a Long illness. He was a Veteran of world War ii and a recipient of the purple heart. Surviving Are his parents or. And mrs. Harry Durst five Sisters mrs Robert Mcdaniels Pomeroy mrs. John Davis Columbus mrs. Lincoln Smith Middleport and mrs. Wilford Mcclary and mrs. Clarence Scott both of Marion three Brothers Henry Melvin and Jan All of Middleport. Friends May Call anytime at the Rawlings Coats funeral Home where services will be held at 2 . Monday with the Rev. Clyde Bartlett officiating. Burial will be in Riverview cemetery. Military rites will be conducted by Feeney a Bennett Post 128, american legion. James e. Mtima Pomeroy a James e. Mumaw 74, Mingo Junction died Friday at the Ohio Valley Hospital in Steubenville. He was born at Syracuse the son of the late John and Mary Ann Broderick Mumaw. He is survived by his wife Eva a daughter mrs. Joe Carter a son Albert All of Mingo Junction a sister miss Frankie Mumaw Syracuse eight grandchildren and six great grandchildren. Funeral services will be held at 2 . Monday at the Williams funeral Home in Brilliant. Mrs. Freda Brail Middleport a mrs. Freda c. Bratt 77, Middleport died saturday morning at Holzer Hospital. Born at Cheshire she was the daughter of Charles and Ronie Boice Carl. Her husband Howe preceded her in death. Several cousins survive. She was a member of the Middleport first United presbyterian Church and the Cheshire Garden club. Friends May Call at the Rawlings Coats funeral Home where services will to held at to . Tuesday with the Rev. Howard Ruppelt officiating. Burial will be in Mound Hill cemetery at Gallipolis. Florence Bexfield Nelsonville a mrs. Florence Bexfield 83, former Oak St. Resident died Friday at Corona Calif., where she had been residing for several years. She had been in ill health for some time. Bom in Marietta she was a daughter of the late Henry and Louise Bechtold. She was the widow of Herschel Bexfield. She is survived by two sons Edward Columbus and Charles Mountain Center Calif. One daughter mrs. Mary Davis Norco Calif. A sister mrs. Mary Sines Nelsonville a brother William Bechtold Athens and three grandchildren. Services will be held at i . Monday at the Johnson funeral Home conducted by the Rev. Roy Ballard. Burial will be in Green Lawn cemetery. Friends May Call at the funeral Home after 8 . Sunday. William Cooper Albany William Cooper 78, Harrisonville died thursday afternoon in veterans Hospital Huntington w. A. Veteran of world War i or. Cooper had lived in the Albany area most of his life. He is survived by his wife Stella and seven daughters mrs. Bernice Bowles Harrisonville mrs. Mary Romine Oklahoma Linda Jackson Ruth Oregon o. Donna and Peggy and Patricia All of Athens and five grandchildren. Funeral services will be conducted at 2 sunday in Temple methodist Church with burial in the adjoining cemetery. Friends May Call at the Bigony funeral Home. Charles Woodward Chesterhill a Charles Woodyard 76, Chesterhill route i passed away at his Home at 5 25 . Saturday. Born oct 29. I Sam. In Marion Tup of Morgan county he War a son of Alonzo and Julia Woolman Woodyard on dec. La 1912, he was married to Irena Clark he was a pumper for Oil and Gas in the area and also operated a farm. He was a member of the it. Zion Christian Church Fairview Grange and it. Olive Lodge no. 148 Rand am he is survived by his wife and a brother Carl Chesterhill. He was preceded in death by one sister. Myrtle Price. Funeral arrangements which Are in charge of Fawcett Stone funeral Home in Chesterhill Are incomplete. Friends May Call after to . Monday. Andy Moody Lancaster a Andy Moody 77, former resident of jobs died Friday morning at his Home on Lancaster route 5 son of the late Andy and Mary Moody he was a retired Anchor Hocking employee he leaves one sister. Louise Moody at Home. Funeral services will be held monday 1 30 . At the Ward h a i a e in a n funeral Home Lancaster with burial in the Green Lawn cemetery Nelsonville. Friends May Call at the funeral Home. This weekend. Visit Rainbow Lake swimming. Boating camping. 9 Miles from Center of Athens take route 33 to South City limits. Turn right on c-21 follow to c-89. Turn left watch for sign. Admission 50c for adults children free when with adults Elberfeld Logan life a i la i k it. A a c j a a a i if Imp j we sell and install Kemper Colony line kitchens to last it s Here a Quality built Early Merican Kitchen that e reasonably priced. Genuine american Cherry veneers. V grooved doors and antiqued brass hardware Combine to provide real authenticity and warmth. Famous Kemper craftsmanship assures you of solid construction and a durable finish. Our own skilled people Are ready now to install this Beautiful kit Chon in your Home. Call us now for c free estimate. Shop Friday 9 30 to 9 00 other Days 9 30 to 5 30 use our sensible credit up to 24 months to pay Elberfeld slogan

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