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Coshocton Tribune, The (Newspaper) - December 27, 1965, Coshocton, OhioMiss Beverly Jane Poorman John Frizzell wed at methodist Church College Street methodist Church was the scene of the 5 o clock saturday dec. 18th double ring marriage ceremony of miss Beverly Jane Poorman daughter of or. And mrs. Charles Poorman 968 West state St., and John h. Froze a son of or. And mrs. E. E. Frizzell Newcomerstown route. Rev. William Hewitt performed the double ring candlelight ceremony before an Attar Deco rated with red and White poinsettias trailing Pine and White Satin bows. Pews were marked with White poinsettias with a net bows. Mrs. W. A. Lehman presided at the Organ and miss Marlene Stonebrook was vocalist. The Bride who was Given marriage by her father was ail tired in a White Street length bridal gown styled with a full skirt of tiers of White nerf flex lace topped with sequins. It a a scalloped neckline and Long sleeves which tapered to a Point Over the hand. Her Shou Der length veil feh from a Crown of pearls. Her Only jew by mrs. Ben Hartline 424 West Street dial by 8-7383 class ads May be phoned to mrs. Hartline or left at her Home Tribune sold at Lawler drug store main Street Don Wiggins news stand Corner Bridge and canal streets Thompson s Iga Kroger and Miller West end Tufford Mark 50th wedding anniversary or. And mrs. William a. Tue Ford 923 West state St., who married 50 years ago on Christmas Day were honoured Friday evening by their family with a dinner i the Schoen Brume room new Philadelphia. Host and hostess for the Cele bration were the couple s son in Law and daughter or. And mrs. Robert Mavis Vansickle new Philadelphia. Others attending were the Tufford son and daughter in Law or. And mrs. William e. Tufford also of new Philadel phia and their grandchildren the misses Serena Linda and Roberta to Vansickle and mrs. Paul Meme vans Cycle War Den and her husband and sons Michael and Stephen Strasburg and the William Chil Dren Bill and the misses Mau Reen and Brenda Tufford of new Philadelphia. Also attending were the elder or. Tue Ford s brother in Law and sister or. And mrs. Ralph Brown and daughter Jackie of Belleville n. J., his Nephew and Niece or. And mrs. Max Tufford Wooster and or. And mrs. Floyd Farrar newcomers town Mother and step Fai tiber of or. Vansickle. Lee Russell is Winner of bicycle Lee Russell nine year old son of Mirs. Dan Russell route 1, trim select his own Bike from he liner s store since be was the Winner of the bicycle awarded by Hills shoe store 130 West Mam St this is Tihe tenth Bike Given by the store since it started business in Newcomerstown two and a Barf years ago. The Cus Tomer designates a child to be Given Points received when a Purchase is made. Modular slate is requested Robert Schorock Tuscarawas county High school supervisor would hike to see principals o the county m go schools set up a program of modular sched uling. He explained modular sched uling As follows modules or periods of 26 min utes duration Are set up in a specific area of instruction such As Maithe Mattics. Only math is taught in a series of three modules or a total of one hour 18 minutes. A student might attend one. Two or a three modules depend ing on How a teacher would se1 up the program. Learners might attend one mod ule then be sent to the Library study Ball or another c 1 a s i whole a slow learner might at tend All three Schock said. This Type of program allows for More flexible he added. Modular scheduling of the Type now being dome by Huron City schools was discussed by Shrock at a recent principals meeting. They seemed to be responsive to the idea because it allows for More individual the supervisor Saad. Read the classified ads daily Elry was Pearl Pendant neck lace. She carried a White Bible the gift of the Groom which was topped with a bouquet of red White and Green Button mums with streamers of spider mums. Serving miss Poorman Asma tron of Honor was mrs. Harry Jones who wore a red knit dress White Angora accessories and carried an arrangement of Button mums in different shades of mint Green. She wore the gift of the Bride a heart shaped Pearl locket. Becky Graham a Cousin of the Bride from South Zanesville As Flower girl wore a mint Green dress White accessories a rhinestone Tiara in her hair and carried a lace Basket of Sowers Matching those carried y the Bride. She wore a Cross pocket a gift of the Bride. Harry Jones served As Best Man while Ushers were Rich Ard Poorman a brother of the ride and Raymond Goodwill both of Newcomerstown. The Bride s Mother chose a Royal Blue suit with which she wore White accessories and a red Carnation Corsage. The Mother of the Groom was attired in a Rose and Green print dress Black accessories and a White Carnation Corsage. Immediately following the wedding a reception was held or Over a Hundred guests in he Church Hall where the Bride s Able was covered with cloth Laving Silver Bells and entered with a four tiered wedding cake which had been made As a wed Ding gift by an aunt and Uncle of the Bride. White candles and red pod Mettias convoluted the arrangements. Assisting at the recept tra were de of is re Igle and Phylis Liff Bridge Coshow on Frances Poorman an aunt of the Bride Alice Rahain an other aunt of the Bride Wilma King and Martha Rodgers. All wore organdy Tea aprons a gift f the Bride which were made by the Groom s Mother. Grace poor Man presided Ait i Afaf Allf by Nellie Mcmaster Cox phone lid Tribune is i daily sunday at Roberts drug Stora and Hardisty i american Itaw May tuft at Roberta drug last Flad May 8a telephoned the Cox he guest Book and Sara Brad Ford bad charge of gifts. Out of town guests were from Canton Akron Warsaw costo Orton Dresden Zanesville and Sourtis Zanesville. The Bride is a graduate of to Newcomerstown High school and Wooster business College and is employed in the nursing Home division of Coshocton me Morial Hospital. The Groom is graduate of Pont Washington High school and is an employee of pretty products. They Are residing at 521% South four tenth Yule weekend dinners listed guests at the Home of or. And mrs. John Smith South Oak St., were or. And mrs. Norman norms and grandson Dayton or. And mrs. Dallas Bartram and son Bobby of Columbus or. And mrs. Arthur geese Dianne and Randy geese Linda and Larry Nelson or. And mrs. Stanley match Ett of Jeffersonville ind., spent saturday and sunday at Home of or. And mrs. Russell Matchett East Wood a. Additional guests for dinner Satur Day evening were or. And mrs. Wesley mat Tutt Zanesville or. And mrs Rodney Matchett and family of West Lafayette. C. W. Phillips East Russell av., had As his guests on Christ Mas Day or. And mrs. Law rence Heller Newark n. J., Larry b. Heller new York City University Joy Heller Ohio state University Colum bus or. And mrs. Delbert c. Phillips new Philadelphia. Miss Debbie Phillips Bowling Green state University Bowling Green or. And mrs. Steven Phillips Cookeville tenn., or. And mrs. W. H. Vinsel Coshocton or and mrs. Larry to Ellen Vinsel my Mifflen co Lumbus. Or. And mrs. Jack Carpenter and family Donnie Richard and Michelle West Lafayette Newcomerstown Road had As their Christmas Day guests or. And mrs. Dean Bear Bob by and Kenny of Westchester mrs. E. K. Rogers of Hayes vice or. And mrs Orval Potts and Ann Potts Freeport route 2. Clyde Jones of Coshocton was an afternoon caller. Mrs. Blanche Wiggins East Union av., was the weekend guest of tier Nephew and Niece or. And mrs. Charles Rothen Stine and family Patsy Chucky Ronnie and Mark Coshocton. Additional dinner guests o n Christmas Day were or. And mrs. Charles Rothenstine or. And family Kenneth and Donna Newcomerstown route 1. Or. And mrs. Michael Moore and family Mickey Michaella Charles and Susie Lakewood were the weekend guests o mrs. Moore s Mother mrs Pearl Beall Johnston St. Additional dinner guests on Christ Mas Day were or. And mrs Eugene Darr and family car Olyn Richard and Mary Ann of Wadsworth. Or. And mrs. Gordon Wagoner West Lafayette a e w Comers own Road entert amec saturday for or. And mrs. Miles Waggoner and family Derro and Dana of Marion or. Anc mrs. Patrick Stephenson and daughter Angela new car Lisle Ohio or. And mrs. Tec Fletcher daughter bar b a r a and son Mark of Frazeysburg or. And mrs Daniel Owasso Ner and Danny jr., Zanesville or. And mrs. Lester Zinkon West Lafayette Newcomerstown Road had a family dinner Sun Day with the following in at Tendance or. And mrs. Free Shirley Zinkon Day and fam ii Dixie Paul Craig Anc Vincent new Philadelphia or and mrs. Eugene Zinkon Newcomerstown or. And mrs Edward Janice pinkos Wilden and family Terry Dallace and Janie of West Lafayette or and mrs. James Virginia z n Kon Guthrie and family Jac Quelyn Diane and Richard co Booton or. And mrs. Paul Zin icon Bobby and Kelly Newcomerstown Rute 2, or. And mrs Harold Lucida Zinkon Spang and family Jill and Laurie Coshocton. Or. And mrs. Arthur geese East Russell av., entertained sunday for the pleasure of or. And mrs. Paul Ken Worthay and and mrs. Paul Nesworthy and Amily Billy and Betty Ann or. And mrs. Leslie Gibson Joan and Jimmy Cambridge or. And mrs. Willis Kenworthy Columbus Carl Craig Canton Dianne and Randy geese Larry and Linda Nelson. Or. And mrs. Charles Wal ters Russell av., had As their guests or. And mrs. Rees Hackenbracht and family can la a Paula and Ricky James Burns of Bellevue Cheryl Wells Florida or. And mrs Gary Barbara Hackenbracht Racey Columbus mrs. B. D. Washburn and son Dwight Kenton or. And mrs. Carl Lehman and sons Tim and Clif Ford West Lafayette. Much in froment is shown in the con rehers Mark Silver wedding anniversary the 25th wedding anniversary of or. And mrs. Vernon mar Jorie Richmond West Lafay Ette route 1, was celebrated with a Surprise dinner at the skate land roller rink Newcomerstown. Present were or. And mrs. Harry Dreher or. And mrs. Raymond Wolfe and family Emily Don and Janie or. And mrs. David Dreher Dean and Dale Coshocton route 3, or. And mrs. Robert Sharrock and family Mark and Sandy West Lafayette or. And mrs. Raym mond Richmond. West Lafay Ette route a or. And mrs. Larry Leslie Dreher Hersch line it. Vernon Dan Doug and Darla Dreher and the Hon ored ones. Beautiful Holiday appoint ments were used in decorating for the occasion. Or. And mrs. Dreher received Many gifts. Mon., dec. 27, 1965 the Coshocton i Ashbrook urges lbs to Correct social Security problem congressman John the results Are dish social event by met sunday evening in he West Lafayette first Bap is Church with opening Pray to by Hermen Horn advisor. Theme was Bible on the the next meeting will be in charge of Sharon Powell. Closing prayer was by Kathy Powell. Naps of the Church of the to Nazarene opened sunday eve Ning by group singing. Opening prayers were by Fred Bechtol and Tom Node. Dan Singell was program deader and he was assisted by Joe Edinger. Closing prayer was by Jim Mccracken. Pastor is speaker Rev. James Robison pastor of the West Lafayette Baptist Hurch spoke sunday afternoon at both Rose Lawn and Crest Manor nursing Homes. In was accompanied by mrs. Robison who assisted with the singing. Edition of mrs. Charles Walters who has been ill since last May. Or. And mrs. William s. Cox had As their saturday dinner guests or. And mrs. Leroy ones Coshocton mrs. F. B. Milhousen West Lafayette. Cal ers during the Day were or and mrs. Steve Geier Anne Marie Foster Tim Ashcraft Larol Linda and Lori Emslie frs. Josephine Crye and Daugh ers Debbie and Becky. Or. And mrs. Forrest g. Edwards Union av., entertained saturday for or. And mrs. Rob Ert Edwards and daughter Jan cent. Vernon mrs. Sara laser Coshocton and mrs. Thompson. Is urged president Johnson my veterans admin Strait i o n Lead William Driver to move quickly to alleviate the plight of Siose needy people who found Fiat their september 1965 so Cial Security increase resulted in a net loss in government assistance. It seems entirely unrealistic that such a should the 17-th District representative wire the presi Dent. I have been contacted by Many constituents who have suffered a loss of almost 15 percent instead of the promised 7 per cent social Security increase that the Congress enacted rep. Ashbrook took a specific Case to v a. Administrator Driver in which a Licking county constituent was receiving a monthly social Security Check of and a veterans administration pension of before the new social Security increase be came effective. This boosted that to but the v a monthly Check was Cut Back to s43. Instead of receiving an in crease of 60 this unhappy vet eran has suffered a Cut Back of s24 30 from what he was receive my before the 7 percent social Security hike went into effect i might add that this particular Man s needs Are greater not less so it is a double Roj Ury to him the three term Johnstown Slator pointed to the old red tape snafu m the Law which seems to tie the hands of the v. A administrator. Laws Are supposed to be humanitarian but personals mrs. Wilfred Edwards and son Craig or. And mrs Ward Cochran of port Washington were dinner guests thursday of mrs. Blanche Wiggins East Union a. Miss Louella Bonnell East Union a spent Christmas weekend with her brother and sister in Law or. And mrs. Wal or Bonnell and family Kim Bolton route 2. College note Tim Lehman student at Bliss business College Colum bus spent the weekend with his parents or. And mrs. Call Lehman North Kirk St. Coming meeting West Lafayette masonic Lodge 602 f. And . Will meet thursday at . For work in the . Degree. De out coldly As a computer which counts in digits rather than m human dignity and wort Lam preparing legislation to be introduced when we Convene on Jan. 10, 1966, which will provide that no travesty such As this can occur when anyone is a dual recipient of Federal programs. It to in a to Aid those who Are feeling this Pinch very he concluded sees change in morality basis Berkeley Calif. Up a social scientist says that with widespread use of the birth sex has become rather than pro scientists get Volcano look Hilo Hawaii up scientists won their Day Long Battle sunday against rain and fumes which hampered. Their efforts to get a look at the Aloi Volcano that erupted with a glow that could be seen ten Miles away. The Crater in a desolate area of the big Island of Hawaii i erupted Friday night sending molten lava Down the Moi Tai Side for five hours. Scientists and Road repair Orews entered the Vicinity of the 800 foot Crater sunday after being barred from the area by the ram and fumes. Geophysicist a Flam i Noshi a said the scientists were equipped wifi portable seismic recording instruments and Devi Ces to Leaisur lava flow. Earth rumblings preceded the eruption and opened a six foot Hole in the Oham of craters that leads to Hawaii s vol Amo National Park and smaller fissures were reported elsewhere. Control Pill recreational ductile and the whole basis of our morality has others at the annual meeting of the american association for the advancement of science alas at the University of California did not agree wholly but none questioned the effectiveness of the Pill nor the vast implications for change in the world social Structure. The speaker who called modern sex recreational was Martin b. Loeb director of the school of social work at the University of Wisconsin. Loeb said that despite profound implications i world wide use of the Pill there is so far Little sense of revolution but simply the sense of Progress that shocks grand parents puzzles parents and intrigues children police Pooch pensioned at 10 Al Cajon Calif. Up Sarge a four footed police lieutenant has retired because of advancing age. He s 10. A Doberman pins her Sarge was promoted to lieutenant by the City Council in 1962 after he captured a robbery Kidnap suspect. But a year later he broke both front paws when he misinterpreted a command and leaped 35 feet from a building roof while helping to investigate a burglary. He recovered from his injuries and returned to my. Modern finance three year subordinated investment certificates earn 5% interest from Date of Issue to Date of withdrawal modern finance 5% invest ment certificates can be purchased in amounts from to by Ohio Resi dents Only Foi personal or corporate investments. For More information write for descriptive Booklet or inquire through your nearest modern finance Branch office. Modern finance issued by the executive offices 75 East Gay Street Columbus Ohio 4321s 224-2144 i personals miss Elizabeth Knowles co Lumbus spent the Holiday week end with her Mother mans. V. Knowles first St. Or. And mics. Gordon Gregory and sons of Canton spent the weekend Wirtish mrs. Gregory s parents or. And mrs. Bernard Borden Krieher East canal St. Or. And mrs. Jack Conrath and children Akron spent the with mis. Conrath s parents and mrs. Anthony police. Or. And mrs. Water Al Brig hit spent christinas Day Ami Fiher son and daughter in Law or. And mrs. Waiter Al Bright jr., and family Gnaden Quitten. Week s Calendar monday Evans Vaizey farm Bureau. Elks club. Twilight Circle Isleta Metho dist Church with mrs. Lewis Gramiger. Tuesday Patacia Circle presbyterian Church with mrs. Dennis Ott. A pcs Trinity methodist Church Emza Ibeth Circle Host Ess. Frees Rebe cab. Wednesday Canasta club mrs. Charles Fisher. Thursday Rainbow for girls banquet staffer s and dance at elks club. Dance slated Kim Bomon firemen wih Spon Sor a Benefit new year s eve mixed dance from 9 . To 1 in the Liberty school at North Salem. Proceeds Are for the building fund. There will be noise makers cake walks door prizes and Home cooked foods. Musk will be furnished by the musical knights and paid Hammersley will Caff for Square dances. Guest speaker Rev. Harold Kidwell of the first Baptist Church will be guest speaker on the Newcomerstown churches on the air program from to each morning this week Over wins. We wish Vou i we at Iga would like to take this Opportunity to thank each of you for allowing us to serve you during 1965. We Hope that everything has been of satisfaction to you. Every Effort and plan we have put Forth has been made with you and your family in mind. May we continue to have the pleasure of serving you the lady who pushes the cart in the year 1966. At Iga we really care Albro Long shred sauerkraut.2 Heinz Ketchup. 2 14-or. Blk. Iga Bubri Benof new year Tomato juice 4 46-oz. Cans table rite Center Cut smoked pork chops. 89 c la Alka Seltzer table rite iad Lemic pm Iga wieners 49 Reg 63e 49 lean meaty Frozen foods spare ribs la fresh lean ground beef table rite Brand smoked sliced beef smoked chopped ham7 3-oz. Smoked corned beef show. 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