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Coshocton Tribune Newspaper Archives May 27 1972, Page 2

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Coshocton Tribune, The (Newspaper) - May 27, 1972, Coshocton, Ohio2 hit Coa dwt Tribitt saturday. Foy 27. 1972 forgot her pontoons getting your exercise is one thing but getting wet at it is something else. Earol Myron of suburban Richfield minn., pushed her Bike through knee deep water after being caught in a rainstorm oat caused some flooding. Up in Lafayette first Baptist sunday at the first Baptist Church will begin at. With supt. Merrill Seal in charge. At the sunday morning worship hour the Rev. Lawrence Burden will speak on tote subject spiritual the scripture Reading will be acts 12. The Baptist youth Fellowship will meet at sunday evening with the evening worship at the same hour. Rev. Burden will have As his Sermon Why i ought to go to the scripture will be taken from psalms 34. The choir will practice on wednesday evening at 7. Mowed by the Bible St Fly hour at 8. The Excelsior class will meet thursday at. At the Home of or. And mrs. Dave Bister. A Carpenter Almon e. Eifler Chester Warren Harles Klein mrs. Edith orman mrs. Florence Roney Willoughby Rehard Charles Walters mrs. Mary Sharrock hrs. Joann Guilliams and Walter Calhoun. Mrs. Hershberger has issued a All for help from Junior High and senior High students who Rill Aid her with fee vacation Hurch school june 12-16. Boys and girls who will help Are asked to Call her at 545-6464. The administration Board will meet tuesday at and he Chancel choir will practice wednesday at 8. United methodist miss Diane Regula will present the Organ music sunday at the morning worship service at the United methodist Church. Acolytes will be Tina Overholt and Alice Norman. T t it the Chancel choir will sing the Anthem unde the direction of mrs. Dennis Mizer and the topic of Rev Charles Ireland s Sermon i be the voice which still the scripture will be read from hebrews an memorial sunday will observed and members a asked to remember those we have died in the past year Charles Hazelton mrs. Mirin Reddick Addison Wiggins or american legion meets the regular meeting of Post 466, american legion was held wednesday evening Witt commander Clifford Hardesty presiding. The following officers were elected to serve the 1972-7 rear commander Bober Householder first vice commander James r. Glad Stone second vice com Mander Raymond Gress or adjutant Bill Cox finance officer Holland Alexander chaplain Nelson Archer historian Richard Rhodes an sgt. Of arms Henry Ramsey. Trustees elected for 3 years Clifford Hardesty chairman and. Buser 2 years Jac Schumaker Leland Roahrig and Lyle Taylor 1 year Raymond Gress jr., an Wayne Rennard. The officer will be installed at the Jun 14 meeting by Raymond Riley Coshocton county commande and Russell Canton coshocton1 urn qty adjutant. The nominating committee the mrs. Esther Hall As chairman of Post 466 american n auxiliary presented the following officers for election wednesday evening president drs Shirley Kirkpatrick who be serving her third term be first time a member has served As president for 3 terms in the history of the Post first ice president mrs. Esther tall second vice president mrs. Clifford Hardesty Secretary mrs. Stella Frederick treasurer mrs. Mary Mccormick sgt. Of arms mrs. Ruth Phillips Ofia Iain mrs. Leona Smith and mrs. Mabel Sehard. President Kirkpatrick an winced the 52nd annual con mention to be held july 21 through 23 at the Sheraton Gibson hotel in Cincinnati. The ocal unit will have two delegates and two alternates by Laws changes to be voted on at the convention will in elude a raise in the dues from to members were urged to writ their congressmen to support the efforts of president Nixon in stopping the flow of. War the Republic o North Vietnam. Charles r Green state dept. Commande and mrs. Raymond Sloan stat dept. President have sen telegrams to the presiden supporting his efforts an calling on the american Legio and every american to again demonstrate the Unity Loyal and firm will that has sustained or nation throughout minding and trials. Thank you notes were read Jom Doug Hill for the o his fund and from mrs. Enora Marquand and mrs. Schumaker for reports Juba dated to the state auxiliary and Tor shirts sent to various veterans hospitals. Reports were Given by the chairmen of poppy sales which netted and from the bake ale which realized the by Laws committee will draw up. An amendment hanging the meeting night of in auxiliary to the fourth wednesday of the month. The amendment will be read at the Une meeting and voted on in Foly. Plans Are continuing for the Strawberry festival on june 15 and the various committees Are working on All phases of the project. Poppy month was observed with mrs. Emma Philabaum Reading the poem in flan Der s she also introduced the poppy gel sue Ann Dunlop daughter of. Or. And mrs. Richard Dunlop who was dressed in a Long red and White Gingham dress and carried a White Basket filled with red poppies. Mrs. Kirk Patrick wore a hat designed herself with mini aware american flags and poppies. June has been designated As Flag month and mrs. Philabaum will be in charge of the. Refreshments were served to the legion and auxiliary members by mrs. Hardesty mrs. Hall and mrs. Kirkpatrick. Monday May 29 by mrs. Delmer Hecker phone 893 a postmaster s position filled mrs. Violet Miller is the new pos mistress at Berlin. Mrs. Miller was employed part time starting in 1967, under postmaster Wallace Hamsher and upon his retirement november 1, 1969, she became a full time clerk. Mrs. Miller and her husband Ben f. Miller who is an excavating contractor Are Long time residents of Berlin. They Are the parents of three children mrs. Ronald Huprich Christina of Columbus mrs. Richard Gerber Janice of Berlin and Ken a student a Malone College. They also have four grandchildren. Mrs. Katie Hershberger Berlin who has been officer in charge since the tenure of Wallace Hamsher has been employed at the Berlin Post office Ance 1941. She is now working As distribution and window clerk. Mrs. Miller stated that there is a great need for a larger building since the Little office is doing an overflow business and growing daily. With 14 Post office boxes in operation some used by two families or businesses mrs. Miller says she still has around 50 stacks o mail remaining in the Post office on tables after sorting awaiting for general de Verj pickup. The Berlin Post off As second class was approve Tor a new bumming in Marc 1970 but because of the freeze on such building nothing closest to mothers Day age 1-9, Tammy Miller daughter born closest to mothers Day Ages 10-18, sue Van sickle Ras done. Mrs. Miller also stated that new mail processing program go into effect in the future. Announcement to be Ater on this matter. Made travelled the Church services a greater deliverance will be Rev. Earl e. Miller s ser Mon topic at the sunday. Worship. The evening service will be at. With an open discussion on the subject what happened to the midweek service is held wednesday at. With Bible study and testimony time Mother daughter banquet there were 90 present at the Fiirst Baptist Church Mother daughter banquet at Der dutchman at Walnut Creek on at the Church at 7. June 27 and go to the hollow for a service. The one who longest distance Pat Weaver grandmother with the most pictures of grand children Lillie Rowe mothers birthday closest to mothers Day Kay Robb the one who lives the greatest distance from birth place Linda Carpenter the one who prepared the larg est supper Omah Sommers. The banquet committee consisted of Charlotte Conn Sandra Conn and Sharon Stutzman. Table committee was Elaine Heath Marianne Stutz Man and Sharon Stutzman programs Mary Ellen Miller and Martha Sommers. Reservations Dorothy Carpenter and Mabel Weaver. The Dorcas Sisters will have their next meeting at rovers monday evening. The Welcome was by Norma Jean Miller with Toast mistress Carol Alberts. Tribute to mothers was Given by Jackie Miller and the tribute to daughters by Joyce Miller. The guest speaker was Emma Rhodes who was presented the table Centrepiece. Special music was presented by Marilyn Kandel and daughters. Group singing was led by Elaine Heath. Awards were presented by Norma Jean Miller to grand Mother with the smallest Waist line Mildred plance daughter hollow. The women will meet special designs Honor Columbus Washington up co jes of a specially designed logo honouring Christopher Columbus discovery of the americas Are being distributed to All Seg ments of the travel Industry by the tourism development Divi Sion of the organization of american states they Are for use on brochures posters stationery and in advertising campaigns and also on a commemorative stamp baggage stickers but tons and other items. They Are printed in the four official languages of the Oas English Spanish portuguese and French As Well As in German and japanese. Memorial Day. Is a time for quiet reflection a time to Honor our servicemen of past and present. And As we rekindle the Mentory of what they Haye Given to their country and to each of us we also prayerfully work and Hope for peace. Across the land there will be parades and speeches of commemoration. It s our Way to proudly and reverently give thanks. This message sponsored by the following business concerns Pluto service 11 restaurant 11 paint stores Homes j it Semi Suffriti it emf wot pvt Virv Vilim fms fat imm florists i Siept. Stores dry int. Or Titi in Fri. Women s apparel manufacturers 11 printing electrical Coshocton Lodge 96 special communal memorial service work in master Mason degree Iii i won v furniture radio to utilities lumber men s apparel Gas Oil i cameras 11 shoe stores Malm f

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