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Coshocton Tribune, The (Newspaper) - September 26, 1970, Coshocton, Ohio Mrs. Irene Park 27a.7soi sept. 26. 1970 Cosho Efon Tribune s two groups contribute to Creek cleanup work he Spital i relatives Here have received sword that or. Ruth Purdy Zellers of Columbus formerly of Killbuck is in satisfactory condition in University Hospital recuperating from a fractured the Killbuck Valley Garden sorority held its first meeting and broken ribs received club held its monthly meeting of the season at the Home of m m collision in co in the Kofl Obuek Community mrs. Harry Grevert this week. Several Days ago. Building tuesday afternoon. Members responded to the j mrs. Roscoe Baker opened Roll Call by naming her first meeting by Reading a poem Grade teacher. Your by the president mrs. Harold the meet tog set Cha Terette club be employees boost United fund th0 discussed the profits Forest a Venart thursday oct. 1. Members responded to the from the stand the sorority had the hostess will have the i Roll Call by telling where the at the Hoin coming half Wal the were born and giving their which will Martin Industrial division be chairman of the United fund Campaign accepts Check for from Glenn Holder and Ocie Adams representing the Community fund at general electric co. At the presentation Martin read a statement from drive chairman . Brehl which noted this gift provides almost i per cent Given to the Mikil Obuek Creek cleanup project. It was reported that was the president announced each sate taken in at the Garden club month committee for the year. The Killbuck United stand during the Homecoming the october fund committee methodist Church will hold a i and that after deducting last new a lenses the dub cleared with a Little drive you can go places. Mem rummage and bake 23 Startin at Sale oct. . And my Lou Gui 7 pc r Ruers. ,23 starting at . And of the total goal Art helps us get off to voted to committees Are As follows october 24 starting at 8 am Towl it Izmir a a Good Start. We Are encouraged and gratified by the increase in this and other gifts collected so Tribune photo Call news items to 545-j4w to the Killbuck Creek cleanup d n e r reservations mrs. At the Church sponsored by the project. James Croft chairman and Rebecca and Marv Martha communications read con mrs fax Patterson of the Church. Listed of the following mrs. Decorations. Mrs. Robert Akins Baker a letter from the soil chairman and mrs Brooks conservation committee con Harris and mrs. Raymond Cering a tour of natural Bucklew new members Slot he resources on oct. 7 and be mrs. William j club was asked for a donation Burgett chairman and mrs Brunswick a a toward a scholarship fund. Fifth Jerry craycraft. A woman s hand writ Grade students Are to write refreshments were served by ing can indicate whether Shell essays on what Thev saw new officers composed War India Wous Skyway a miniskirt according to legion presents Flag to school a Flag presentation ceremony was held thursday afternoon at the West Lafayette elementary school with members of american legion Post 466. The Junior High band under the director of miss Cheryl Ann Swanson. Students of the fifth and Gene Overholt principal of the elementary school participating. A Short program started with a prayer by legion chaplain 0. J. Buser. Guests were welcomed Fay Overholt and adjutant Bill Cox presented miss Swanson a Check for participation in the memorial Day program. Cox presented the Flag to Overholt with Cert Cate signifying the Flag had flown Over the . Capitol in Washington. What Thev _ us j it. To uni Pacu i. Wear a nun stun at Nune la leave news u bos at brokers store the tour and the Winner in the mrs. Harold Carver president sociologist John a Becke of contest is to receive a prize. Mrs. Frenette vice the Rutgers College of South the club voted to give mrs. Lynn he says handwriting in cause. Secretary miss Anette indicating a woman is an Dooks were passed out Lanham treasurer mrs. David extrovert implies Shell be More of mrs. Ruess. Judson. Sergeant at arms mrs Likely to Wear a miniskirt than the meeting closed and Grenert historian mrs. A woman whose handwriting Bauer served refreshments wads chaplain. 15 members present. Taking part fat a Flag presentation thursday at West Lafayette elementary school Mere left to right Gene Overholt principal Henry Ramsay and Jack Schunaker of the american legion and David Guilliams and Ronnie Kinder. Indicates she is an introvert. The Phi Sigma Gamma i brew in Glass new York up scientifically brewed which normally end up in Glass bottles begin their lives in Glass containers too. I the containers in this in Istance Are the huge vats where the Beer is aged after fermentation. In the Days the Glass Container manufacturers Institute Beer was aged in Oaken vats i lined with pitch. Today a attending the ceremonies for of raising and lowering the Flag precisely formulated Beers Are Post 466 were commander school Day David aged in a Maculate tanks of the Flag was raised by the Schumaker Henry Guilliams son of or. And mrs. Guess Ned steel. Legion color guard with the Buser and Cox. After the Charles Guilliams and Ronnie playing of the Star spangled program members of the son of or. And mrs. Banner by the Junior High guard gave instructions to Kinder of West band. Two boys who will be in charge. Lafayette route 1. Just wonderful hair overnight 12 s pampers.89 rubbing 25 Borden s ice Cream carry outs the spot 11th and Chestnut St. Open daily 9 . To . Us it 12 cubs meet Overholt and Jeff announced that fire hydrant when Ben 2, pack 419 cub astronomy court night Hill and Flushing will begin wednesday scouts met this week at the Warren camping and cooking i in the North end of the United methodist Church All Doug Hill fireman ship Jim Flushing will continue until All members and one guest Keith Jones and Dennis Neff and hydrants have been cleaned. Harris were present. First Aid Jeff Warren. Kent Shumaker won the refreshments were served by third session of the activity game of the week. The scouts to members dusters Bowling the boys Learned a new song guests. The next meeting vial shows River greens in first and closed the meeting with the Neld tuesday evening at a won lost record of sign and Law of the pack. The Church. 10-2. Carr s Iga is in second next meeting will be after t school monday at the Church. Grass fire West Lafayette firemen were called to farm h with 7-5 followed by Hardesty is american 6-6 Huprich s 16-6 Crestwood Manor 6-6 j p e n n z o i 1, 5-7 4-3 and rotary sees film the rotary club met wed Hodges Fresno route 1 mesday evening at Chase s afternoon when Light-1 19 members and one guest Ning started a grass fire. Three j High game was rolled by Rev. Dwight Davidson present trucks and six firemen Dennis with 185 and High Rev. Davidson who is from trained the fire after burning a series Bobbie Mccrea 479. Kamloops British foot two acres. High team game was won by Canada gave the invocation i Crestwood Manor with 735 and and Denis Mizer led the group funds sought train series River greens in singing accompanied by mrs. With 2042. Donations Are being sought Gene Overholt introduced for financing of Little league splits were made by Joan football for the fourth fifth and Ronshausen. 5-6 Ruth Apple Sach of a Wifod his of Ridgewood 5-10 june Savior 3-10 june coach a sch0d District. Over 100 3-10 Elsie Mcgrath 4 i j have tuned out for practice 10 Norma Slack 5-6 and regulations and movies a y new uniforms Hare been Pur Climie chased through donations from or and mrs ves Green Thompson insurance Agency m a coca cola of Coshocton co roses Agni Wahiawa. Hawaii by their son. Cpl. Adrian w. Green stationed in a Xang. Vietnam who will arrive in California nov. 11. Each wednesday starting at and meet monday tie farm Bureau Council 3a will meet at the Home of or. And mrs. Russell Bluck Plain Field Road at 8 . Mon scoots get awards boy scouts troop 419 held a court of Honor tuesday evening at the United methodist Church the award of scout was Given to Doug Hill and Steve Courtright. Second class awards were Given to Mark Mullett Dennis Jeff and Jim Jones. The Merit badges for life saving and canoeing were earned by Steve court night and the rowing badge was also presented to court night and Doug Hill swimming court right and Hill soil and water conservation Courtright Steve Flushing hydrants Don Tyson superintendent of the water department has rail medals Tokyo up Japan National railways is awarding medals of Merit to outstanding workers in an Effort to boost morale. The government oper ated rail system awards its medal of Honor to supervisors with notable performance rec ords. The special medal of Merit goes to employees who won the first medal twice. The railway expected to award medals annually. But two rail unions filed objections to the awards. Claiming they were designed to weaken Union influence. I an International sign of Goodwill Plum 422-0711 be big enough to give enough to help enough let your fair share gift j work Many wonders by give the United Way v Coshocton county United fund i us i o z a o lhis292-Mife tour through Indiana is like seeing the entire Midwest bundled into one package. We have based our mileage on a starting Point at Cincinnati but you can begin at any Point along the route. Start. From Cincinnati we head West via interstate 74 and then . 52 to new Trenton a Dianne on far away acres res authentically restored and furnished log House More than 156 years old. A 20-minute lecture tells the Story of the Abe Lincoln 1833 Corn knife. Admission is charged no charge for Chil Dren under 10. Return to . 52 and go through Cedar Grove and Brookville. Ind., to Metamora for a closeup of the White water canal. Parts of the canal have been restored and a boat takes passengers on Short rides weekends May through sep tember. From Metamora. We head North West on . 52 and continue to Rush Ville named after Benjamin f. Rush one of the signers of the declaration of Independence. The next Stop is varsity West of the Allegheny mountains. It was opened in 1820. The Lilly Lii Raky endowed by the Eli Lilly family has a table collection of rare books and scripts. From Bloomingport we head East on route 46 to. 108m. Indianapolis capital of Indiana and Home of the Indianapolis 500 me Morial Day Auto race. The Speedway museum located near the Entrance to the Speedway contains Many exhibits linked with Auto racing. It s open daily 9-5. In downtown Indianapolis is soldiers and sailors Monument 285.5 feet High. An elevator takes visitors to the top and observation Points offer a panoramic View of the City admission is other attractions include the world War memorial Plaza occupying five City blocks the Capitol the Home of Hoosier poet James Whitcomb Riley 528 locker Bie St., preserved As it was when the poet lived there and the Benjamin Harrison memorial Home 1230 n. Delaware St. From Indianapolis we head South and slightly West via route 67, then East on route 39 to. 180m. Brown county state Park. This is the state s largest Park and it is next to Yellowwood state Forest. The adjacent town of Nashville has a considerable artist Colony and such native Indus tries As weaving Meta Craft doll making and woodworking. Nearby you la find Cov ered Bridges and Little towns with Odd names like bean Blossom gnaw Bonnand Bear Wallow. From Brown county Park we continue East on route 46 through Columbus to. 230m. Greensburg which is certainly the Only county seat town with a tree growing from the roof of the courthouse Tower. A few years Back a Story goes the original tree died and the town was faced with a crisis it has promoted the fact of its unusual tree. So that tree was removed and another planted in its place. From Greensburg we take interstate 74 to the Batesville exit for a Short hop North on route 229 to. 246m. Oldenburg. This smal Village has often been compared to european villages. Sometimes it is called the Vil Lage of founded by German fam Ilies it is the Home of the Mother House of the franciscan order of nuns. An Academy is located Here too and once a monastery was at Oldenburg. From Oldenburg we join interstate 74 again to . 52 and. 292m. Cincinnati. Discover America Best by car 140m. Martinsville. It was at Martins vile years ago that prospectors while drilling for Gas discovered the abundant Mineral water Supply. One of the mid West s largest health spas Home Lawn Mineral Springs is located Here. At the grass Fork fisheries some Ponds produce More than 40 million goldfish annually. You can visit the grounds and see goldfish at their various stages of growth. From Here we head South on route 37 to. 161m. Bloomington Home of Indiana University second oldest major state uni the Oil Industry brings you this tour which is part of a Senes published As a up disc service. From powering Jet planes to running Lawn mowers. From heating Homes to conserving or natural Environ ment Oil is Basic to a better he for the american family. American Petroleum Institute 1271 Avenue of the americas new York new York 10020 for free vacation and travel information in Ohio write information Bex 1cc1 development department Columbus Ohio 43216 name address. City state

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