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Dover Times Reporter (Newspaper) - December 13, 1982, Dover, Ohio Obituaries the times reporter mon., dec. 13,1912 Dover Philadelphia 0. A-5 former area couple killed in Florida memorial services were to be held this afternoon in the methodist Church in Holiday Fla., for Lemuel Neal 83, and his wife Catherine 78, former residents Uhrichsville who were killed in a two car Accident Friday in Holiday. The Accident occurred As the car Neal was driving was struck head by another. Mrs. Neal was a daughter the late Thomas and Margaret Moffat Cross. She had resided in Uhrichsville until about 20 years Macmillan services Newcomerstown a memorial services will be conducted saturday at 3 by Rev. Charles h. Lee in first presbyterian Church for Christina Macmillan 80, a resident Riverside Manor health care Center who died saturday. Ourant funeral Home is handling arrangements and there Are no calling hours. The body has been cremated. Memorial donations May be made to the Church. Born at Chryston Scotland she was a daughter Duncan and Margaret augus Macmillan. A 1923 graduate Wooster College she taught latin Spanish and English at Newcomerstown High until she retired in 1967. Following her retirement from teaching she served As librarian at the Newcomerstown Public Library for several years. She was a 68-year member first presbyterian Church past Matron the Oriental chapter order Eastern Star a charter member and past president the music study club and a member the women a club the teachers honorary Delta Kappa Gamma and the National Assn. Of retired teachers. Surviving Are a brother Ferguson Macmillan Conneaut and three nieces and four nephews. Two Brothers and a sister Are deceased. M. Thomas Sweitzer Newcomerstown m. Thomas Sweitzer 68, 620 Maple St. Died sunday at his Home after a Short illness. He was a retired employee Simonds cutting tools division Wallace Murray corp. Born in Guernsey county he was a son the late Robert and Nellie Weaver Sweitzer and a member pleasant View Baptist Church. Surviving Are his wife the former Betty Wolfe whom he married in August 1938 a son and a daughter David Here and mrs. Thomas Donna Miskimen Canton three Brothers and two Sisters Dale Edwin mrs. Thomas Mary Orr and mrs. Harry Elsie Langell Here and John Londonderry and six grandchildren. A brother and three Sisters Are deceased. Services will be held wednesday at i . In Addy funeral Home with Rev. Raymond Lyons officiating. Burial will be in pleasant View cemetery. Friends May Call tuesday from 7 to 9 at the funeral Home. Mrs. Edna Wisenberg Coshocton mrs. Edna s. Wisenberg 78, re 5 died today in memorial Hospital following a Long illness. She was born Here a daughter the late Clarence and Sarabell Randles Senter and was a member Golden age club and Roscoe United methodist Church. Her husband Bert whom she married feb. 25, 1919, died in april 1969. Surviving Are a son and two daughters Clarence re 5, Here and mrs. Mae Dalrymple and mrs. Max Sally Wheeler mount Vernon two Brothers John Senter Fresno and David Senter Here two half Sisters. Mrs. Iona Moor and mrs. Betty Wright West Lafayette a step sister mrs. Mona Perkins Moscow her step Mother mrs. Blanche Senter West Lafayette five grandchildren and seven great grandchildren. Services will be held wednesday at i . In Given Dawson funeral Home Here. Rev. Eugene Taylor will officiate and burial will be in Roscoe Village cemetery. Friends May Call at the funeral Home tuesday from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 and wednesday until i . James Cunningham Cadiz a James f. A a finn Cunningham 70, re 5 died saturday in Harrison Community Hospital. Born at Kenwood o., he was a son the late James and Hattie Findley Cunningham and a retired employee consolidation Coal co. He is survived by his wife the former Erma Kelley three sons and three daughters Harlan f. Of Kwajalein Island f. Dwight and mrs. Stanley Sandra Nameth Here Roger Hopedale mrs. Frank Charlotte Mastia Adena and mrs. Edwin Bonnie Richards Martinez a. Two Brothers Ernest and Bland Here 15 grandchildren and one great grandchild. Friends May Call today from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 at Clark Kirkland funeral Home where services will be held tuesday at 2. Rev. Joe Mccray will officiate and burial will be in Cadiz Union cemetery. Vernon Furniss Vernon c. Furniss 77, 423 Cedar in. New Philadelphia died sunday in his Home after a Long illness. He had retired in 1968 from the former Strong trucking Dover after More than 30 years. Born at North Royalton he was a son the late James b. Furniss and Jessie m. Risner Furniss Curran. He was a member the first United methodist Church at Philadelphia and teamsters local no. 92. Surviving Are his wife the former Josie Sarah Redding a son John w. A a Jack Philadelphia a brother James b. Of Philadelphia two half Brothers John r. Curran Philadelphia and Paul e. Curran Tuscarawas one grandson and one granddaughter. Two Sisters and a half brother Are deceased. Friends May Call tuesday from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 at Linn Hert Geib funeral Home where services will be held wednesday at la. Rev. Gerald Bell will officiate and burial will be in East Avenue cemetery. Ago. Her husband a son Frank and Annie Evennach was a native Chillicothe and former resident Canton. They had been living in Florida for about 20 years. Mrs. Neal is survived by three Sisters and a brother mrs. Norman Isabel Miller Philadelphia mrs. Charles Margaret Brown Uhrichsville and mrs. William Jean Creager Melbourne Beach Fla., and James Cross port Richey Fla. A brother is deceased. Alvin l. Ervin Gnadenhutten Alvin l. Ervin 52, Hayesville a former local resident died sunday in Samaritan Hospital at Ashland following a Brief illness. He had been employed As a Foreman at Empire Detroit steel at Mansfield. Born near Here he was a son the late Roy and Freda Gardner Ervin. A Veteran the korean War he was a member Fry a Valley moravian Church near Here and Hanover masonic Lodge at Loudonville. Surviving Are his wife Dorothy two daughters and a son Sheryl Holderbaum and Desiree Ervin the Home and Jerry Mansfield four Sisters mrs. Elmer Eileen Alleman Easton pa., mrs. Curtis Maxine Everhart Newton Falls mrs. Charles Elva High Lansing mich., and mrs. Jess Kathleen Moore Horseshoe . A half brother Roy duper York a. And three grandchildren. Services will be held wednesday at la in Fickes funeral Home at Jeromesville where friends May Call tuesday after 4. Masonic services will be held tuesday night at 9 in the funeral Home. Burial will be in Gnadenhutten cemetery. Tubbs services Coshocton a services were held this morning in free funeral Home Here for Henry s. Tubbs 68, 210 Locust St. Robert Mulford chaplain for the Coshocton county veterans Council officiated and burial was in canal Lewisville cemetery. Tubbs who died Friday in Bethesda Hospital at Zanesville retired As a bartender from veterans foreign wars Post 1330 in 1975 after 30 years service. A life member the Post he was born Here a son the late William and Zoe Leavengood Tubbs. Surviving Are his wife the former Nettie Mencer Foster whom he married july to 1954 a stepdaughter mrs. Carrie Donahey Here two Sisters miss Mildred Tubbs Here and mrs. Leo Alice App Portland Ore. A step grandson two step great granddaughters and three step great great grandchildren. A Stepson a brother and a sister Are deceased. Floyd Hochstetler Sugarcreek services will be held wednesday at la in Butler funeral Home Here for Floyd Hochstetler 69, Bonita Springs Fla. Formerly Rittman he died thursday in his Home after a Brief illness. He had retired four years ago from Rittman packaging corp. Of America. Born at Barrs Mills he was a son the late Clarence l. And Lizzie Ann Sommers Hochstetler and had been a Winter resident Florida the past four years. He was a member sea Gate Baptist Church at Naples Fla. Surviving Are his wife 47 years the former Dorothy almshouse a son and two daughters Floyd w. Of Norton mrs. Loran Donna Harrah Orrville and mrs. Leslie Anna Dubreuil Wooster a brother and four Sisters Forest mrs. Clarence Opal lower and mrs. Maude Armbrust All Rittman and mrs. Cloyce Ina Bunting and mrs. Carl Mary Armbrust Naples and four grandchildren. Three Brothers Are deceased. Rev. John Lemasters will officiate at services and burial will be in Eastlawn cemetery Here. Friends May Call tuesday from 7 to 9 at the funeral Home. Paul r. Hudson Malvern Paul r. Hudson 55, 7255 Canton re. New died saturday in Aultman Hospital at Canton after a Long illness. He was a retired employee try inc. Of Minerva and an army Veteran world War ii. Born at Magnolia he was a son mrs. Lena Beegle Hudson Here and the late Iris Hudson. He had resided Here since 1977, moving from Waynesburg. In addition to his Mother he is survived by three Sisters miss Anna Hudson the Home mrs. Joseph Carolyn Diehl Columbus and mrs. William Bonnie Sellers Waynesburg. A brother is deceased. Rev. Melvin Truex will officiate at services tuesday at 1 30 in Mccreery Finefrock funeral Home at Magnolia. Burial will be in Sandy Valley cemetery at Waynesburg. Friends May Call tonight from 7 to 9 at the funeral Home. John p. Veppert Scio a John p. Veppert 59, Rumley died sunday in Harrison Community Hospital at Cadiz where he had been a patient the last several weeks. He was born at Kenmore o., a son the late Joe and Mary Krumpach Veppert and was an employee Scio pottery co. Survivors include his wife Lois five sons and a daughter Bruce the Home Glenn Akron Raymond Ralph and mrs. Sally Pierce Columbus and David Plain City Two Brothers and two Sisters Alex Oklahoma Carl Akron mrs. Mary Eich Vero Beach Fla., and mrs. Pauline Vaughan Lynchburg a. And six grandchildren. Services will be held wednesday at 1 30 in Purviance funeral Home with Rev. Donald Stire officiating. Friends May Call tuesday from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 at the funeral Home. Burial arrangements Are incomplete. Jury re hears tapes in trial san Antonio Texas apr jurors in the trial a convicted hit Man charged with killing a Federal judge asked for replays secretly taped Jailhouse conversations Between the defendant and his wife. The panel which deliberated for about 9vs hours saturday and sunday without returning a verdict asked to hear again four tapes the talks Between Charles v. Harrelson and his wife co defendant Joann Starr Harrelson. Presiding . District judge William sessions instructed his clerk Art Nicholson to play the hour Long recordings for jurors this morning in a closed courtroom. The tapes were made by inmate John Lee Spinelli from april to june 1981 while Spinelli a termed a a walking bugs by defense attorneys a occupied a cell next to har Relson sat the Harris county jail in Houston. Harrelson a previously convicted contract killer is accused killing . District judge John h. Wood . On May 29, 1979, for a $250,000 fee. He is trial with his wife and Elizabeth Chagra the wife Jamiel a a Jimmy Chagra an imprisoned narcotics trafficker accused paying Harrelson to kill Wood. All three defendants Are accused conspiring to obstruct Justice. Harrelson and mrs. Chagra also Are charged with plotting to kill the judge. Chagra whose drug Case was pending in Woods court when the judge was killed will be tried later for murder and murder conspiracy. At the panels request sessions also sunday read again the portion his jury charge dealing with the conspiracy to obstruct Justice count the indictment. Today marked the ninth straight Day work for jurors who have been sequestered since final arguments began thursday. Doctors leery about heart Salt Lake City a Barney Clarks artificial heart has a worked beautifully since it was implanted la Days ago but when he was preparing for the operation doctors a assumed that it Clark 61, remained in critical but stable condition today at the University Utah medical Center where he is gradually recovering consciousness following seizures last tuesday that doctors say were unrelated to the heart implant. The seizures were brought by a chemical imbalance in his body not by the heart doctors believe. In fact the device the Jarvik-7, a in All cases has worked beautifully a said . Chase Peterson University vice president for health sciences. Peterson said it May be several Days yet before Clark is fully conscious and he emphasized that the retired Seattle area dentist a is not primarily an artificial heart patient. 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Willem Kolff director the artificial organs division said Many his colleagues marvelled that any patient would sign it. It even tells the patient the implant May shorten his life cause serious physical harm. Heart research at the University is governed by ground rules approved both by the institutional review Board and the . Food and drug administration. It was formally submitted to the Board by . William Devries in june 1980. Bea Coupon Clipper it s a great Way to save Money prescribed fading a i i heavy a duty a shocks a 138,?i installed i i i As any child knows the worst possible meal to skip is breakfast. Even when Vou re healthy skipping breakfast in t a Good idea however there is one time when skipping breakfast could Lead to serious con sequences during pregnancy. Modern Medicine reports skipping breakfast can actually harm an unborn baby. Dietary deprivation especially late pregnancy can cause a state accelerated Star vation resulting in Low blood sugar and chemical changes in the blood normally found after Long periods fast modern Medicine warns expectant mothers against skipping meals. They should the journal says eat at regular times including breakfast and even have a snack at bedtime pickles and ice Cream were not necessarily recommended. If weight control becomes a problem eat less at each meal Moi Louie Monro Moll a Dow a no Pho Wolpma private room As Low As 36 per Day other fro a 33 per Day no extras charged daily rate includes Quality nursing amp personal care meals room linens laundry hair care amp personal care supplies. Bell nursing Home Kimbolton Ohio phone 614 432-7717 preserve your family name with the Beauty and permanence a select Barre Monument. 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Divided 1 to 1 1/2 cups hot water divided Nutmeg optional place eggs sugar and allspice in blender Container Small mixing bowl. Cover and blend beat at High Speed until Lemon coloured. Chill for several hours. To serve pour half the mixture about i /3 cup into each 2 warm 8 to 10-ounce mugs. Add 2 Tablespoons rum to each Mug and fill with hot water. Stir. Sprinkle with Nutmeg if desired. The edible egg Holiday Brunch bake 12 Servings there s a sunny Surprise in each serving this Holiday hued dish an egg what s not sure Nimg is How nutritious but economical it is. 4 1/2 cups cooked Rice 1 1/2 cups uncooked 2 cups 8 shredded Cheddar cheese divided 12 slices Bacon Crisp cooked drained and crumbled. Divided optional 1 can 15 Tomato sauce special 1 /2 cup Chili sauce 12 eggs 12 thin rings Green Pepper stir together Nee. 1 1 /4 cups the cheese. 1/2 cup the crumbled Bacon if desired and the Tomato and Chili sauces. Pat Nee mixture firmly into greased 13 x 9 x 2-Inch baking dish. With a spoon make 12 Depres Sions. About 11/2 inches deep and 2 inches in diameter in Nee mixture cover and bake in preheated 350�f oven 25 minutes. Remove from oven uncover and break and slip an egg into each depression. Press i Green Pepper eng around each egg. Re cover and continue baking an additional 20 minutes. Remove from oven uncover and top each egg with 1 Tablespoon the remaining cheese and 1 Teaspoon the remaining Bacon if desired. Re cover and let stand until cheese is melted about 5 to 10 minutes. Ohio egg marketing program 674 w. Lane Avenue Columbus. Ohio 43210

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