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Dover Daily Times (Newspaper) - October 17, 1967, Dover, Ohio Sugar Shanes area boys Advance in up amp k test by Pat Schupbach Telephone 852-2610 Sugarcreek Shawsville a winners in the Caraway punt pass and kick Competition Friday at the athletic Field were 8 year Olds a Peter Norman 86 fee Billy showers 83 and David Snyder 816. 9 year Olds a Todd Gerber 129david Jones 118 and David Conn 110. 10 year Olds a Dale Miller 153daniel Jones 141 and Gary Garber 135. 11 year Olds a William Ray 183john Stucky 174 and Kevin Gerber 172. 12 year Olds a Myron Pepper 176randy Moomaw 170 and Noah Chupp 161. 13 year Olds a Dick Zahner 144 and Jeff Gerber 134. Each the 3 top winners received trophies from Eckert Ford inc. A trophy was awarded Miller Avenue school for having the Mast feet earned by boys representing that building 2269. Third Street was awarded the runner up trophy with 18341/6 Points. Each boy competing received pins emblematic the contest and we treated at Andreas Dairy treat following the contests. First place winners in each age group will Advance to District Competition saturday in new Philadelphia. Behind the total scores Kevin Gerber had the Best kick 72 feet Dale Miller the Best punt 67 feet and Gary cerium the Best pass 75 feet. The Only tie in the contest was for second place. In the la year old division and involved John Stucky Kevin Gerber and Jerry Edgar. Competition in the 13 year old age group was limited As Junior High football players were ineligible to participate. The Caraway athletic Boos a tor club cooperated with Eckert Ford in sponsoring the an-1 Nual event. A to session set Miller Avenue to will meet wednesday at 8 . In the auditorium there. Preceding this initial meeting open House will be head beginning at 6 30 pm. Refreshments will be nerved. A in United Church mrs. Floyd Shell arranged the Harvest Home display surrounding the altar sunday in first United Church Christ. Staples and canned goods will be Given to the Chapel Hill Home at canal Sutton. Altar Flowers were placed by . And mrs. Russell Brown in memory former companions. A guest preacher heard Terry Miller son . And mrs. Wade Miller Dover formerly Stinesville and grandson mrs. Ora Miller Sugarcreek delivered the Sermon sunday in the Stinesville lutheran and Winfield Zion churches in the absence Rev. J Paul Burgeson. Altar Flowers marked the wedding anniversary . And mrs. Ronald Peterman. Beginning sunday in the Stinesville Church sunday school will begin at 9 30 . And worship services at 10 45. At Winfield worship will begin at 9 . Followed by sunday school at to . A mennonite notes Rev. Claude Boyer first mennonite Church will leave tonight for mennonite Central committee Headquarters to participate in an orientation school. He will teach a course entitled a Christian Faith and life and also will conduct interviews with future Mcc service workers. Altar Flowers sunday were placed by mrs. Mary Maust and family in memory Owen and Anna Maust. Nursery attendants were mrs. Abe Mast and Elaine Boyer. Debbie Weaver and Jolene Miller will handle the Nursery next week. A have menus Day menus Day was observed in the local and Union Hill eur churches sunday. Dale Andrews was Leader at Union Hill with Dalton Miller Ralph Sexton and Dennis Lingier As speakers. Leslie Widder was soloist. In the local Church Charles Mullet was Leader and Dave Banks Larry Biggs and Roy Ervin were speakers. The cd class Union Hill will meet in the Church Friday at 8 . For a covered dish dinner. Congregational elections will be held sunday morning. A Brethren briefs a course leading to membership in the Church is being planned this Winter by Rev. Don Westmoreland the Baltic and Sugarcreek churches the Brethren. Any youth who is not yet baptized and seeking membership should Contact him. Rev. And mrs. Westmoreland Are attending a Church Leader ship conference at Manchester College and plan to return Home thursday. Those planning to take the bus wednesday to the pumpkin festival at Circleville Are to report to the Church at 7 15 . Women Are to donate 2 dozen cookies nov. 2 for the sub District women a Fellowship meeting to be held Here. A visitors Here the families Fred Kingsbury Cincinnati and Eugene Dietz Columbus spent the weekend Here with . And mrs. Frank Dietz. Catholic Church urged to extend ecumenism move Rome apr spearheaded by delegates from developing nations members the world Congress roman Catholic Lay j men Are pressing the Church today to extend its concept ecumenism to non Christian faiths. The drive was born at Rome a numerous religious institutes where 2,500 laymen from 103 nations Are discussing the churches modernization. About too protestant anglican and orthodox observers have participated and sometimes presided Over the workshops for the first time in the history International Lay congresses. Both the observers and Catholic laymen concluded that talks Between their churches were progressing so smoothly that hierarchies should consider a dialogue with faiths like islam in countries where christians Are in minority. Page 5, the daily reporter Dover o., tuesday oct. 17,1p67 California Brush fires spreading Indian Valley South court. One these 5 girls will reign As the first Indian Valley South Homecoming Queen saturday night when the rebel football team entertains Strasburg. The candidates Are freshman Terry Schumacher left daughter . And mrs. Robert Schumacher 228 Parkway Gnadenhutten Sophomore Lois Guspyt daughter . And mrs. Charles Guspyt re i Gnadenhutten senior Connie West daughter . And mrs. Lester West re i port Washington senior Ruth Guspyt Lois sister and Junior Nancy Archinal daughter . And mrs. Gene Archinal 80 Arrowhead dr., Gnadenhutten. Nugent among Ohio authors gaining Honor Elliott Nugent Well known author playwright and former resident Dover was one several Ohio authors honoured recently at a luncheon at the Biltmore hotel in new York City. The event co sponsored by the Martha Kinney Cooper Ohio Ana Library Assn. And the Columbus Branch the English speaking Union featured the presentation a number books by Ohio authors to the Walter Page memorial Library London International Headquarters the English speaking Union. The presentation was made by mrs. Bernice Williams Foley director ohioans Library and president the Columbus Branch the English speaking Union. Other Ohio authors honoured for their gifts were Norman Vincent Peale Fletcher Knebel Grace Goulder Frances p. Bolton and the late James thur Ber. In addition Nugent was honoured his birthday at the afternoon reception which follow the luncheon. Y. M. C. A. Activities tuesday 9 45 women s a gymnastics. 10 00 Long Range planning committee. 10 30 women a a gymnastics dip. 11 30 menus membership gym. 12 00 menus calisthenic and swim and jogging group. 3 30 Junior and intermediate swim team. 4 15 boys gym grades 3-6. 4 30 mixed tadpole class. 5 00 Cadet and prep swim team practice boys dip. Grades 3-6. 6 15 diving practice. 7 00 mixed porpoise Tuscarora Indian guide tribe a Schwab Home menus membership gym. 7 30 House committee room 3 boy scout troop 85�?room i. 7 45 women a fish. 8 30 women s beginner swim women s a gymnastics. 9 15 women s a gymnastics dip. Wednesday 9 00 menus membership gym. 12 00 menus fitness swimming and jogging group. 1 30 women a recreational swim. 3 30 Junior and intermediate swim team practice team practice. 4 00 Junior and senior High girls gym. 5 00 Junior and senior High coed dip. 5 30 Junior and senior High boys membership gym to 6 15 boys flying fish and shark. 6 15 joint meeting Yetts and warriors clubs. Youth and program commit mediate swim team practice. 4 15 minnow 4th Grade and up 4 30 Junior and senior High boys open gym. 5 00 boys fish. 5 45 menus swimming class and calisthenic. 6 30 Junior and senior lifesaving. 7 00 senior Tri his y work session a coed room men s membership gym. 7 30 Board directors meeting. 8 00 adult lifesaving. 8 30 menus and senior High boys open gym. Yapic 7 00 tees. 7 45 classified ads pay off mixed swim 4th a 12th graders. 8 30 menus and senior High boys open gym. Thursday 9 45 women a a gymnastics. 10 30 women s a gymnastics dip. 11 30 menus membership gym. 12 00 menus fitness swimming and jogging group. 3 30 Junior and senior High boys membership gym Junior and inter wheat maker 75-Bu. Wheat h i Ferto is with micronutrient so 7t?yj\ Quot a Quot 1, i f use ims new 8reakthru fertilizer nobody should Ait sub Aveia a Ever. 50 by. 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Reg ,5 98 $8�?� 27&Quot x 15 it. Reg.998 io98 tropical depression May become storm Miami Fla. A a tropical depression which could grow into the season s eighth tropical storm was entered Midway Between Miami and Bermuda today the National Hurricane Center said. If it grows into a tropical storm Hurricane it will be called Heidi. Los Angeles apr fire fighters declared Victory Over the major Southern California Brush fire monday but two other outbreaks were reported growing with ominous Speed. A spokesman for the los Angeles county fire department said the major fire was brought under control. It blackened 25,-000 acres and threatened the town thousand Oaks in adjacent Ventura county. A a we be got everything pretty Well under control Here a said the spokesman capt. Joseph Lemieux. A but we re having difficulty even trying to find out what a going in those other both new fires were in Ventura county about 25 Miles apart. One was reported along a Ridge North the town Simi racing up and Down the Ridge at the dictate erratic winds. The los Angeles county fire department estimated 43 Homes were destroyed in los Angeles county and 17 in Ventura county the Simi fire destroyed six Homes and came within a mile the Simi Valley Community j Hospital. Authorities evacuated an estimated 50 Homes but the Hospital was not considered in danger. The fire was reported to have destroyed 2.000 acres the Ridge above Simi late monday. The second Ventura county fire out control monday was East Santa Paula along the Boundary los padres National Forest. The flames in the two county fire were estimated to have caused hundreds thousands dollars damage to Lemon Orange and Lima bean crops. The fire near thousand Oaks a 10-mile-Long blend two separate outbreaks that began Sun Day in los Angeles county and Ventura county resulted in the evacuation 50 Homes. More than 1,000 pupils were evacuated from two elementary schools the North Side thousand Oaks. The lire came within two Miles the town but was stopped by a fire line Cut by a dozen bulldozers. 7ttzrsfio to crot a n finest Imp com leave you Fiat vacations Are wonderful but piled up Bills can take the Edge off the fun when you return. Play it Cool a have All the fun and no after vacation headaches next year by starting a Reeves Bank savings account now for your 68 vacation. Your savings earn annual interest computed and compounded 4 times each year at the Reeves Bank so your Money mounts up faster. A Little put away each payday will add up quickly and guarantee a lot More pleasure when vacation time Rolls around again. Banking amp Trust co. Member Federal Deposit insurance corporation Dover 3rd Street main office 2nd Street Auto Bank Miracle Lane Plaza new Philadelphia Public Square office Broadway Auto Bank Bolivar a Sugarcreek a Newcomerstown

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