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Dover Daily Reporter (Newspaper) - July 27, 1959, Dover, Ohio 17 persons Are killed in Ohio mishaps a from Page i Dover High classes of reunited Page 5, the daily reporter monday july 27, 1959 among Many other pleasant pursuits summer brings High school class reunions. The night air rings with a chatter of conversation a the bearded patriarch. Class of 97, leaning foreward telling the Bright eved youth. Class of 58. How a things ainu to like they us ter be a and the two matrons class of t9, misty eyed on seeing each other for the in a head on Colli i first time in these Many years 23 North of Circle commenting on How Little each has changed. Two Dover High school classes met saturday night. Forty five members of the class of 1919 gathered at the masonic Temple Here. Some of the Mem Adamas county when the car in to it ors had not seen each other for car involved Sion on . Ville. Aaron Ball 67. Of it. 2, Marion in a collision at the Junction of Ohio 37 and . 30-n in Hancock county. Douglas c. Spires. 16. Of Lynx which he was Riding veered off . 52 East of Manchester and hit a Bridge. Mrs. Bernice Schultz 36, of Cincinnati a passenger in a car that hit a Concrete retaining Wall off River Road in Cincinnati. Sunday Paul Smith 45, and his wife 40 years. Ray Besozzi of new Philadelphia provided music during the dinner and led group singing of songs popular in 1919. Tables were attractively decorated with Floral arrangements in milk Glass containers and tall Blue tapers. Mrs. Viola Schlundt Frohne of Wayland Gilda 37, of Newark when n y gave the invocation Smiths single engine planet Pilot color slides taken at the classed by the wife stalled and crash reunion held in 1954 were shown of on final approach to Newark Airport. Theodore Crawford 29, of Petersburg Mahoning county former air Force Pilot when a As were ones of class members Homes and families. Letters were read from Herbert Lohrman of St. Cloud. Minn., mrs. Emmeline Stiener Wooley of Middletown single engine plane he was trying n. Y. And mrs. Bessie Hawk myer out stalled and spun in from 1,000 j0 Canton former Dover High feet above Mahoning county. Herbert c. Radcliffe 73, of Tallmadge Summit county of injuries suffered in a one car crash off Ohio 3 North of mount Vernon. Neal Eugene Vanscyoc ii of Lakemore Summit count drowned in a Lake at Atwater Park while on an Outing. Alfred Bobo 14, of Columbus when he stepped off an underwater ledge in o Shaughnessy Reservoir Delaware county. Ernest a. Phillips 61, of Hamilton injured saturday night in a fall from a second floor window died sunday. Kenneth Siegried. 39, of near teacher. John bold of Church Falls va., and mrs. Frohne won prizes for travelling the greatest distance to attend the reunion. Other special awards went to or. And mrs. Alfred Schoelles of Lincoln Park. Mich and or. And mrs. Walter Springer of Wooster couples married the longest period of time mrs. Bertha Stephon the Only member of the class attending who is a great grandmother and or. And mrs. Edward Jones of Akron who have the youngest grandchild. Mrs. Oliver Snyder of Massillon won the door prize. A Brief memorial service was among the members of the Dover High class of 1944 who attended the reunion at hotel Reeves saturday night were standing. Bill Ellwood left of Dover. Don Corey of los Angeles calif., and Rev. Milton Jones of Cleveland. Seated. Mrs. William Mary Ann phase her Ellwood left of Dover and mrs. William Mary Lou Keppler Davies of new York City. Or. Ellwood who was toastmaster mrs. Adam Yackey mrs. Edith Yackey 75, of 319 Lincoln ave., Dover died sunday 10 30 . In Union Hospital following an extended illness. Born in by pus ind., she was a daughter of the late or. And mrs. Church. Ness from a heart ailment. He retired from the circus business in 1954 after he suffered a heart attack. A native of Dennison he had lived at Zanesville for 44 years and was a member of St. James Epis surviving Are his widow. Jessie a daughter mrs. Clarence Roberts and three grandchildren. Fred Burkhart and lived in Dover most of her life. She was a member of St. Johns e k r. Church. Surviving Are her husband. Adam a son. Richard Dick Yac a Kev of Dover a sister mrs. Mary j Jesse a. Largo waiters of Huntington ind., and Newcomerstown a Jesse a. Three grandchildren a son and two Crago. 63. Of 602 State St., Brothers preceded her in death. Services will be wednesday at 2 . In the Toland Herzig funeral Home with Rev. Reinhard Krause officiating. Burial will be in Maple Grove cemetery friends May Call tuesday from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 . At the funeral Home. Mrs. Della j. Miller mrs. Della Jane Miller 80, of n. I and tuesday fr0m 7 to 9. Dover died yesterday Newcomerstown died at 5 30 . Today in Union Hospital where he had been admitted sunday evening a former mine Foreman at Goshen Brick Clay co., he had been in ill health for some time. Services will be held wednesday at 2 . In the Bonnell funeral j Home with Rev. John Fletcher of j Magnolia officiating. Friends May Call at the funeral Home tonight i cat Petoskey Mich. Apr three persons Are dead As a result of the head on collision of two cars driven by ohioans near Pellston on . 31. More than 80 persons from this Northern Michigan area responded to Hospital appeals for blood to help four critically injured survivors of the saturday Accident. Authorities said a Mansfield Ohio couple a Frank s Bogner 66, and his wife Elizabeth 65�? was in one car which skidded into the path of the other. Both were killed. The other car was driven by James Mcnannay of Lima Ohio. He was accompanied by his wife Kathryn daughter Katie to 15, and Robert m. Hoffman also of Lima. They Are in critical condition at Little traverse Hospital Here where a fifth occupant of Alice Kostecka 32, of Chicago died of injuries saturday and his wife both Are members of the class. Photo by Ralph Mckee Walnut Stem morning at 7 10 in Union Hospital where she had been admitted saturday. Born near Trail she lived in that area most of her life moving to Dover in 1957. Mrs. Miller was a member of the Laurel Garden club of Winesburg and the reformed Church at Trail. Surviving Are a brother. Harry Zehnder of Fresno four Sisters Marengo Morrow county of in. Held for the nine deceased member juries received saturday when a tire on his automobile blew out of the class. Serving on the reunion com Mit non. And the car overturned on Ohio a we re Edward Jones of Akron 715, 15 Miles East of mount ver i president mrs. Pearl Marburger Secretary mrs. Ann Burtscher mrs. Marjorie Wolfe and Vinton Jones of Dover and mrs. Faye Bradley of Massillon. The next reunion will be held in five years and the same committee will be in charge. Nixon party in Leningrad a from Page i vice president arrived last thursday May be their last. The two leaders talked during a Long sunday dinner on a Grassy were Blue crepe paper streamers Blue and White the colors of the class of 1944, were carried out in table decorations for the reunion saturday night at hotel Reeves. One Hundred attended. White vases filled with colourful Garden Flowers and White tapers in Crystal holders were spaced at intervals along the table length As tree shaded Knoll overlooking the Moscow River. First Deputy premiers Anastas i. Mikoyan and Kozlov and their wives and . Ambassador Llewellyn Thompson arrangements of red roses the class Flower were used on the speakers table and were later awarded As prizes to the following class members Doris Doidge Hiz John bold left of Church fails va., was greeted by mrs. William Anna Helmsdoerfer Burtscher of Dover Edward Jones of Akron and mrs. Clinton Pearl Graef Marburger of Dover As he arrived at the masonic Temple Here for the Dover High class of 1919 reunion saturday night. The latter three served on the committee with or. Jones As president. Photo by Ralph Mckee William a. Poland Freeport a William a. Poland 83. A retired Carpenter died yesterday in the l. Amp h. Rest Home Here. He was the son of John and Christina Huffman Poland. Surviving Are a son Clyde w., of Stone Creek and eight grand mat. I children. Four Sisters and a Broth mrs. And Geisinger and mrs. Min for or ceded him it it ath he was a member of the Freeport methodist Church. Funeral services will be held tuesday at 2 . In the Bond funeral Home Here with Rev. Charles Tulga officiating. Burial will be in me carbine of Wadsworth mrs. George Blaser of Akron and mrs. Stan Easley of Loudonville two grandchildren. Robert s. Miller of Dover and mrs. Lee Boley of Millersburg. And three great grandchild Dren. She was preceded in death 1 Freeport cemetery by her husband. Lee and a son in 1947. Services will be held in the Desvoignes funeral Home at it. Eaton wednesday at 2 30 . Est with Rev. Walter Gobrecht officiating. Burial will be in West Lawn cemetery at Winesburg. Friends May Call tonight from 7 to 9 and tuesday from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 . Est at the funeral Home. Hospital records William Rubright infant graveside services will be held tuesday afternoon at it. Windly reformed Church cemetery in Medina county for a daughter of or. And mrs. Albert Rubright of 223 e. 2nd St., Dover stillborn saturday in Union Hospital. Mrs. Rubright is the former Olivia Geffken. Surviving in addition to the parents Are four Brothers. Ronald Dennis Maurice and Thomas of the Home and the grandparents mrs. Carrie Rubright of Dover and mrs. Ziritas Geffken of Akron. The Toland Herzig funeral Home is in charge. And president Eisenhower ser married the longest period of brother or. Milton Eisenhower also were at the table. The two leaders agreed that their rough and Tumble debate at the american exposition Friday had not offended either. The Exchange they said was hard hitting and Frank a but not belligerent. Turning to Nixon Khrushchev asked a were you offended a replied Nixon. A a or. Khrushchev and i have some real and honest differences but w e Are alike in this respect we both came from Humble families and time Bernard Zellers member with the most children Wanda Maurer Hughes member with the youngest child and Donald Corey of los Angeles who travelled the greatest distance to attend the reunion. Each member of the class was i presented a red Rosebud As a favor and Ted Loessi of new Philadelphia received the door prize. Bill Ellwood of Dover served As master of ceremonies for the after dinner program during which each class member reviewed his activities since graduation. Class pie court records traffic both have a practice of speaking Tures were shown and dancing to directly and the a i agree Khrushchev said. Not beating around j records popular in 1944 was enjoy i cd. Serving on the reunion committee were Bill Ellwood and his wife the former Mary Ann Potsch Ner Dorothy Watson Booth Ruth Welsch Dreher and Herbert Bam Beck of Dover. The next reunion will be held in five years and the following committee was appointed Richard Hanhart of Dover chairman wan a a a Hughes Petty Schumaker Gibbs 69-year-old Anh Marv of. , Dover woman Hurt in crash an elderly woman. Mary Dickey of re 2, Dover was admitted to Union Hospital saturday for treatment of a neck injury following an Auto Accident at Beach City. Her condition was reported Quot fair this morning. Also treated saturday were Ralph Davis 46. Of 202 Beaver ave. Be. New Philadelphia who injured his right knee while playing Ball. William Pagett 18, of Steubenville who fractured his right big toe on a Power Mower while working at the Maxwell rest Home at new Philadelphia. Ronald Casebeer. 37. Of 307 e. 4th St., Dover fractured a Little toe when he ran into a Hall tree at the residence. Gary Fox 16, of Midvale for multiple abrasions and lacerations Iii an Auto Accident at Barnhill treated sunday and released were Jackie Davis 5, of North Lawrence who caught the right ring Finger in a car door suffer boys and girl la ing contusions. And 12 and Over and Mary Lou Krebs Grimm. Y. M. C. activities a of. . Ivor it. A a. Tonight 5 45 men s swim class. 7 00 women sad danced swim class. 7 45 women s minnow class. 8 30 women s beginner class. Frank Kliem. 8. Of Canton stepped on a piece of Glass at Beach City dam suffering lacerations of the right foot. Margaret Herron 18, of Somerdale fell from a horse and suffered a sprained left Elbow. Tuesday 9 30 boys fish class. 10 15 flying fish and shark boys class swim 10 15 or 4, swim team practice. 11 00 olympic and warriors club meeting. 7 00 women a fish class. 7.30 club coed. 7 45 women a minnow class. 8 30 women a beginner swim class. Recreational swims will of Neil each Day but saturday As follows and under 3 15. Senior High boys and men. Those la and under will swim saturday at 9 and those 12 and Over at 9 45 Dover a George Cornett 32, of 925 race St., $231.50 and sentenced to three Days in jail on charge of driving while under the influence of alcohol. New Philadelphia Cecil Gatten 50. Of Dover $16.20 for intoxication. New Philadelphia a Betty l. Stafford. 25, of new Philadelphia $21.20 for speeding. Police. Peter r. Ash 18. Of new Philadelphia $24.70 for attempting to make a left turn without giving a signal Charles Davis 46, of Dover $14.70 for driving left of Center Evelyn j Canton forfeited $15 appearance Bond on charge of passing without giving signal Louis h. Knopp 28, of Verona pa., posted.$50 Bond for failure to possess Highway use tags for commercial vehicle and Jerry Corn 26, of Waynesburg and Melvin c. Erosion 20, of Canton both cited for failure to Register motor vehicle. Patrol. Uhrichsville Vern Brown 18. Of Dennison cited for ignoring Stop sign. Patrol. Strasburg Jno Pearl 74. Of Canton cited for passing at intersection. Patrol. Mineral City Oren j. Schlabach 25. Of Sugarcreek cited for speeding. Patrol. Port Washington a Dallas e. Shepherd. 26. Of Newcomerstown cited for excessive Speed. Patrol of Tuscarawas charging Gross neglect and extreme cruelty. They were married sept. 9, 1956, and have two children. She also seeks custody of the children and support. Car wrecked at crossing a from Page i common pleas Dale s. Porter is. Eleanor Porter both of Bolivar seeking partition of real estate in the Fairview subdivision at Bolivar in which he claims he has one half interest and Lens and possible Bram Eon Masilon when their car crashed into a tree on s. River St. Newcomerstown police said the car went Over the curb. The Brothers were taken to Coshocton memorial Hospital. Robert 18, suffered deep facial Accra his wife. Eleanor has the remaining one half. He asks that if the property cannot be divided without injury to its value then the court Campbell 46, of i direct the Sale of it and the proceeds be paid to each in their respective shares. Fth so amp Amz Mumm i jct f. Humerickhouse Frederick Humerickhouse 80, retired Farmer and Thresher died sunday at 9 40 . In his Home in re 2. New Philadelphia. He had been be fast six weeks. Son of Joshua and Catherine Espenschied Humerickhouse he lived his entire life in Stone Creek Valley. He was a member of the Jerusalem e. Be r. Church. Surviving Are his widow Emma Stucky Humerickhouse to whom he was married 53 years ago two daughters mrs. Myrtle Ludy or. Of Parral and mrs. Laura Murphy of new Philadelphia thee sons Willis of Canton Oliver of Stone Creek Road and Elmer of Dalton la grandchildren and six great grandchildren a sister mrs Della Lahmers and five Brothers Solo William Immel Waii nut Creek Immel 79. Retired Farmer died at 9 30 . Sunday in his Home Here following an illness of several years. Born in Holmes county he was a son of the late John and Anna Hochstettler Immel. He married Elva Stutzman aug. 29, 1914, and she survives. Surviving in addition to his widow Are three sons Harlan of Shanesville five Brothers Alvin of and Glen of Walnut Creek a daughter mrs. Earl Schlegel of Shanesville five broths Alvin of re 2, Sugarcreek. Elmer and Homer of Canton Garrison of Sugarcreek. Walter of Dundee six Sisters mrs. Melvin Hecker and mrs. Noah Keim of Sugarcreek mrs. Gene Wright and mrs. Russell Hershberger of Shanesville mrs. Roy Ludwig of canal Fulton and mrs. Cloy be Snyder of re i Baltic and 22 grandchildren. She was preceded in death by a son a daughter five Sisters and three grandchildren. She was a member i of the Walnut Creek mennonite Church. Services will be held wednesday at 1 30 . In the Home and at 2 . In the Walnut Creek Church with Rev. Paul r. Miller officiating. Burial will be in the Church cemetery. Friends May Call at the Everhart funeral Home at Stinesville tonight from 7 to 9 and at the residence after 3 . Tuesday. Union admissions mrs. James Beaber of e. 17th St., Concetta l. Tinnirello of 1112 Chestnut St., Thomas c. Paddock of 1325 n. Wooster ave., mrs. Mary Dickey of re 2, Dale e. Wherly of 415 e. Slingluff ave., Dover Frieda m. Pfeiffer of 211 Beach Lane new Chester l. Clum of 202 16th St. Be and mrs. Cletus r. Shull of 247 Allen Lane so new Philadelphia mrs. William r. Ayers of 109 e. 1st St., Strasburg Rodney e. Han in and Charles Orr both of re i. Stone Creek Jesse l. Crago of 602 State St., Newcomerstown mrs. Edward Clarke of North Canton William g. Stewart of 1827 Roslyn ave. So Canton Jack d. Harvey of re 2, Dundee. Operations Charles e. Groves and Concetta Tinnirello of Dover and mrs. Scott Abel of new Philadelphia. Dismissals mrs. Edwin Lindsey. Mrs Edmund Hall mrs. David Wendling and son. Mrs. Oscar Kapperer Donald Lovell Larry Smith mrs. Earl Rothacher and son and mrs. James Beaber of Dover Nancy Wise mrs. Verl Stab Naker and son mrs. Daniel Hal Mich and daughter Louis Pritz i John Shrock mrs. Jerry Green Quay Briggs. Mrs. Raich Labus mrs. Earl Ashbaugh Jacqueline Lorenz mrs. Ivan Dallas and i daughter mrs. Louis Boron and j daughter and Dale Hicks of new Philadelphia mrs. Herbert Huffman of Bolivar Connie Shull of Shanesville mrs. Edward Froe Lich of Baltic John Reardon or. Of Mineral City mrs. Wayne Manbeck of Bowerston. Mrs. Hayward Snyder and mrs. Charles Reynolds and son of Sherrodsville mrs. Raymond climes of Canton. Mrs. Arnold Klaiber and daughter of Sugarcreek and mrs. Lovina Miller and son of Dundee. When he was thrown through the Windshield. Wiliam Driver of the i Mon William. Charles and Joe of car. Was treated for facial Lacera new Philadelphia and Lee of fire runs i new Philadelphia firemen answered a Call to the residence of mrs. Victor West of 732 s. Broadway at 4 06 . Saturday when a tons and possible rib injuries. Robert Helmuth 20. Of Nappanee ind., was fined $10 and costs at Strasburg sunday after his car went left of Center on county Road 94, just East of the Tuscarawas Holmes county line and struck a truck driven by George Palmer 33 of Dundee. The Accident occurred at 2 20 . Sunday. Cited after a 4 40 . Accident sunday was Rafoth Northam 63, of Dennison. He pulled out of county Strasburg. A daughter and tour Sisters Are deceased. Services will be held tuesday at 2 . In Jerusalem Church with Rev. Clarence Higgins or. Officiating. Burial will be in the Church cemetery. Friends May Call at the Geckler funeral Home in Stone Creek tonight from 7 to 9. The body will be taken to the Church tuesday noon. Mrs. Daniel j. Yoder it. Eaton mrs. Alta Yoder 48, died of a heart attack last night in her Home near Here. She is survived by her husband. Daniel j. Three sons Albert and Atlee of the Home and Nelson of it. Eaton three daughters mrs. Paul Miller of re 2, Apple Creek mrs. Andrew Yoder of re Fredericksburg and Mary of the Home a brother Elmer a. Wengerd of Fredericksburg and six grandchildren. Services will be held wednesday at 9 30 . Edt in the Home and at 10 30 . In the Maysville conservative Church. Burial will be in the Church cemetery. Tobias Byler and Wilford Neuschwander will officiate. Friends May Call at the Home. Twin City admissions mrs. Ernest Huebner of 261 Mcconnell St Uhrichsville miss Janet George of 175 Mckinley St., Detroit. Dismissals mrs. Ralph Fulton and daughter of Mineral City mrs. Joseph Smith and daughter of Leesville Steven couts and mrs. Herbert Sanders and son of port Washington mrs. James Kadri mrs. William Huffman and son and Hattie Carnes of Uhrichsville mrs. James Orr George Onisik mrs Don Cable and Rev. William Stewart of Dennison mrs. William Taggart and daughter of Jewett. Pan of grease in her oven ignited i Road 37 in front of a car being causing a heavy Blanket of smoke throughout the House. The firemen reported no damage a 1955 Buick owned by Tony Salvatore of re i. Waynesburg also caught on fire saturday but no extensive damage was reported by firemen. Phillip Miller mayor Stone Creek a Charles Johns 29, of re i Newcomerstown $100 and costs for disturbing the peace and resisting arrest. Sheriff. Probate support payments set in area Case an order staying the extradition of Evan Fuller defendant in a non support charge Here and providing for support payments was returned by Superior court in Pima court and sent to the clerk week. The support payments were set for $25 per week to be paid to the Prima court and sent to the clerk of courts in Tuscarawas county for or. Dorothy Fuller of new Philadelphia for the support of three sons the order staying extradition will be in effect so Long As Fuller complies with the support order 4 the Panama canal varies in depth from 41 feet to 85 feet. J Republican women will meet Friday a a discussion coffees a part of the Republican program in Ohio to a a recruit now for 1960�?� a will be launched next Friday in the 16th congressional District. The meeting will Start at la . In onesto hotel at Canton with a luncheon at 12 30. Purpose of the meeting is to mobilize the woman Power in every precinct and to train new precinct workers enrol new members in _ existing gop women a clubs form operator of re 3.�?TNewcomerstown, Bertha a. Schupp appointed administer matrix under $8,000 Bond of the estate of Mary m. Miller of Clay township. Estate of Harriett l. Mcintosh of new Philadelphia assessed inheritance tax of $24 on a net valuation of $5,913. Estate of Sarah a. Fuerst of new Philadelphia assessed inheritance tax of $27 on a net valuation of $10,005. Estate of Carrie f. Marburger of Dover assessed inheritance tax of $44 on a net valuation of $7957. Marriage licenses John r. Mcdonnell 24. Machine sheriff deputies receive reports of four thefts sheriffs deputies today Are investigating four cases of theft reported Over the weekend. Two Cartons of Cigar ets were reported stolen saturday night from machines in the storage room at the Boltz drive in restaurant at re 4, new Philadelphia. Entrance was gained by prying open a window. Bernie work of re i Dennison also reported that thieves entered his unlocked garage saturday night forcing the lock on his Gas tank and making off with too Gallons of gasoline. Also taken were five Gallons of motor Oil one single barrel 12 gauge Shotgun and an electric Drill. Total value of the stolen articles was placed at $78. Loss of $375 in merchandise on july 12 was reported by Stanley Yanice of Sherrodsville. The stolen merchandise included a Polar driven by Ned Smith 30, Colerain on route 36, two Miles East of Dennison. A car driven by Richard Williams 43, of new Concord was struck in the rear by one driven by Carl t. Hardesty of Canton As the former stopped for traffic on the one Lane Bridge on route 21, South of Newcomerstown at 4 30 . Sunday. A car driven by George Klink 40, of Bolivar was struck in the rear by one driven by Barney Coul i son 18, of Uhrichsville on route 250, directly in front of state patrol Headquarters. Police said Colson had applied his brakes but a Brake line broke. Damages in the last four crashes were minor. Millersburg a Phillip Phil Miller 57, co owner of the Millersburg cab co. Here the last four Burge services Newcomerstown a services will be held tuesday at 2 . In the Bonnell funeral Home for years died Early this morning in John p. Burge 54. Newcomers Pomerene memorial Hospital after i town Florist who died saturday police catch attacker of 14-year-old a Short illness. He had driven cab for to years before joining with Glenn Bower in the operation of the business. Born in Holmes county he was the son of O. And Alta Deetz Miller. He was a member of the presbyterian Church Here and a member of the Millersburg masonic Lodge for 25 years. He is survived by his widow the former Dorothy Turner his Mother of Millersburg a Foster son Billy Shrimplin of the Home and two Sisters mrs. Verl sprang of i Nashville and mrs. Armand Cox of Millersburg. Funeral services will be thursday at 2 . In the Elliot Hartline funeral Home. Friends May Call at the funeral Home wednesday afternoon and night. Morning in route to Massillon City Hospital following a heart attack. Rev. John Fletcher of Magnolia will officiate and burial will be in the West Lawn cemetery. Oriental chapter of Eastern Star will hold services at the funeral new arrivals Union sons born to or. And mrs Lewis Jaffe of 327 Church ave. So new Philadelphia and Walter Stevenson of Magnolia. Daughters born to or. And mrs James Meuhlen of 1304mb e. High St., new Philadelphia and Max Miller of Sugarcreek. Twin City sons born to or. And mrs Edward Hughes of re 2, port Washington and Charles Cummings of 400 Sherman St., Dennison. Daughters born to or. And mrs Ernest Huebner of 261 Mcconnell St., Uhrichsville and Russell my Home at 7 30 . Tonight and the _ business and professional to j Gaha of re i Gnadenhutten. Menus club will hold services at a. 8 30 . Friends May Call at the funeral Home from 7 to 9 . Tonight. F. A a Quot j markets a a a a a is v. A ,.-. In he at pricks Dover milling co no no. 2. 5172. I. 173, Steinbach services Youngstown Ohio a a Man under indictment for Bur Gnadenhutten a services glories Here and in Salem Ohio Jeser Steinbach 50, of was held without charge today in Gnadenhutten who died saturday new clubs where none exist and provide an Opportunity for All interested women to discuss politics. Invited to attend Are the county gop chairwoman and the presidents of women a Republican clubs in the District. Mrs. Leu Ella Buker District committee woman will be in charge of arrangements. Counties included in the 16th District Are Tuscarawas Wayne and Stark. And Joy Triplett 19, of Newcomerstown. Russell l. Moore 18, steel worker of Dover and Geraldine l. Mus Ich 16, of re 2. New Philadelphia. Charge today in connection with an attack on a 14-year-old baby Sitter in a North Side Home Here. He was identified by police As Marion Kennedy 22. Of suburban Brier Hill police said he first admitted lie hit the girl twice on the Oid camera and Case three pairs head but later denied that he was of drapes a set of dishes Bath involved in the attack will be held at 1 30 . Tuesday in the Gnadenhutten methodist Church with Rev. George Bailey officiating. Burial will be in Gnaden cemetery. Friends May Call at the Botimer funeral Home Here today from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 . Masonic service will be at 6 30 . Today. Cleveland poultry poultry arid egg Market for Northern Ohio area poultry prices paid at farm for no. I Quality fryers 2 r4 lbs. 16-17, mostly 18i�. Hens Light Type 11, heavy 12-15. Eggs delivered unchanged Large White 33 35 mostly 33-34 medium White 25-27, consumer grades prices to retailers . Grade delivered Large a White 41.49 Brown 40-48 medium a White 34-40 Brown 33-39 Large b White and Brown 34-40. Plan new class Bowerston a meeting of All parents interested in organizing a kindergarten at Bowerston school this fall will be held at the school thursday aug. 6, at 7 30 . Edit was announced today. To be eligible for attending the kindergarten students must be five years old by no. 30. Arabia has no Rivers but during the Rainy season Waters make their own River Beds. Divorces filed Ruth a. Keffer of 29 Grant St., Dennison is. Donald l. Keffer or. Towels and menus and women a clothing. Henry m. Henry of Dennison reported that approximately 30 Gal ions of gasoline was pumped from a Large Gas tank on his property and two gallon cans of gasoline were taken Friday night. He said the lock on the pump had been broken and the Hose thrown on the ground. The girl told police Quot a gunman awakened her As she slept on a Couch in her Sisters Home Early sunday pointed a gun at her and threatened to kill her if she screamed for help. The Man struck her with a Blunt instrument As she fought off his attempts to rape her she said. She was treated at St. Elizabeth a Hospital for gashes on the be. Leroy m. Virture Dennison a services will be held at i . Today in St. James Church at Zanesville for Leroy m Lee virtue 71, a native of Dennison who for Many years was a featured circus Clown. Virtue died in his Home at Zanesville Friday following a Long ill Cleveland livestock cattle. 1,700, steady prime steers 29 00 a 29.50 actual Choice 27.00-29.00 Good 24.50-27.00 comm Erica 22.00-24.50 Choice heifers 25.00-27.50 29.00. Good 24.50-26.50 commercial 17.00-18.00 Utility 18.00-17.00 canners and cutters 13.00-16.00 Choice bulls 23.00-24.00 commercial 23.00-24 of common 20.00-23.00. Sheep and lambs. 800, steady Spring lambs 21.00-23.00. Common 12.00-17.00 Choice sheep 7 00-8 00 culls and mediums 3.00-6 00. Hogs too lower no. 3, 190 240 lbs 14.00-14.25 no. 2, 190-240 lbs. 14.50-14.75 no. I. 190-240 lbs. 15.00 260-300 lbs. 12.25-1325 240-260 lbs. 13.75 160-190 lbs. 13.00-14.00 packing sows 8.00-11.00.buys an and this size Lovely lower apartment 3 rooms and Bath private Entrance stove. He Wastier refrigerator furnished in sell rent buy a Trade reporter ads get results phone 42167 Essik we

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