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Granville Sentinel (Newspaper) - May 15, 1986, Granville, Ohio A a Quot a Vii. 1 a. A Al 2 ��l7 it a Tiu be a Liu. Chit Quot Jujj n Vilc l lr02v7 e a Ohio 4j0/ a Ronve a Eyone Man remembers Granville in the late 1950�?Ts from a very personal Point of View. That column and More Are on Page 2. Letters to the editor on Page 4 find one person quite upset with a recent school decision while another Parson is thanking the people of the from Cote Osun local clubs and More Are All on Page 5. Sran Millr Sentinel volume 16, no. 42 Leon Marshall inducted in Nichols Hall of Fame Leon s. Marshall �?T55, of Granville was one of five alumni inducted into the Nichols College athletics Hall of Fame at the recent annual alumni awards banquet part of the schools first Spring alumni weekend. Marshall starred in basketball and baseball for two years and was Captain of the basketball team for the 1954-55 season. He was freshman athlete of the year in 1954. He led the bosons to successive 14-win seasons in basketball and to 12 and to Victory seasons in baseball in his two years at Nichols. He was also president of the a in club in 1954. A resident of Granville where he is Western Region manager for Fitchburg paper co., Marshall and his wife Jeanne Are the parents of three daughters Diane Paula and Karen. A son Kenneth died in 1978 at age 20. Marshall shall of Fame induction coincided with the 30th reunion of his graduating class at Nichols. Nichols a four year Independent College with 1000 students is a Center for the study and practice of free Enterprise capitalism primarily emphasizing business and Public administration. Located in Dudley Massachusetts Nichols Fields nine menus and three women a varsity athletic teams which compete in the Mcaa division Iii. Newsstand Price 25 cents police have suspect in Buxton inn theft rotary club sending Rosinski to seminar the Granville rotary club through its world Community service committee is sponsoring Karen Rosinski daughter of or. And mrs. Klaus Rosinski to attend the 10th annual world affairs seminar for High school students being held at the University of Wisconsin Whitewater june 8-13,1986. The world affairs seminar is an educational pro Gram for selected students to learn about the customs traditions aspirations and heritage of people from around the Globe through personal association with the Young people of foreign countries. There will be approximately 800 american and 200 foreign students attending this seminar. Granville cob scoots got a taste of downhill t towards the final Victory. Although the a rating and drag racing saturday As they blocked ton we astr 8peeds do not Fiu the approach be old off North main Street and drove their homemade by speeds a times racers Down the Hill. Winners from each heat earn Middle school announces Honor Roll Granville police have two suspects in the theft at the Buxton inn april 22. Granville police chief Steve Cartnal said the police have two suspects in the theft that netted two men nearly $3000 in Cash and checks. A we have developed two suspects and we Are in the process of trying to get current photographs of them a the chief said. He explained that when current photos of the men Are obtained the pictures will the be put in a a photo lineup that is where the suspects pictures Are put in with a number of other photos and the victims of the theft Are asked to pick out the Crook. At least one person at the Buxton inn got a Good look at the men. In addition people got a Good description of the car used in the get away and a woman in Newark notified police see saw a similar car in Newark a Short time later travelling at a High rate of Speed. She was also Able to get a License number from the car. Cartnal would not identify either suspect although he said he Hopes the department will soon be Able to make an arrest. A the possibility that we re going to fill charges against them Are pretty High at this time a a the chief said. He said the pair Are also suspects in similar thefts in different locations. Officer Ron Lanning is heading up the Granville investigation. Locke room damaged in illegal entry Sun. Students featured in Burke season finale Denison University a Burke Hall gallery has opened a free Public exhibition of graduating studio Art students May 14. The show will run through thursday May 29. Seniors Aimee Creelman Karen Koch Keith Sanderlin and Kok food Yong Are prepaid their favorite pieces for the senior show although three of the four students have works in the juried exhibition Aswell. Creelman is a studio Art major whose works consist of prints drawings on handmade paper and most recently sculpture. Paper making is a skill which Crelman noted she Learned during an Independent internship with a new York artist. Koch is a studio Art English double major at Denison. She noted that her drawings Are created a from Oil pastels marking pens Brush pick up lie Normal Brush pick up acted the last week of1 month by the Granville t department will be1 Dup to the week of May his month Only. I Telma remember to have Brush one half Inch and a out by your curb. Crayons any sort of no painting technique to produce the Sanderlin is a studio Art major who concentrates on sculpture and painting. In creating his pieces he uses Wood steel Latex acrylic Oil pastels and a Host of other materials such As Hay and rope. Yong is a studio Art major whose film artistry surfaces in both filmmaking and photography. His portion of the exhibit will feature a collection of about 20 photographs of a people in the Granville Middle school has announced its Honor Roll for the third Quarter of the academic year. Homeroom no. 32 Katie Apthorp Usa Bowman Laura Douglas Kim Gifford Richard Hanger Emily Jones Katie Kasson Peter Kirby Paul Koenig Mark Reberth Mike Mckaig Ryan Mullenix Brian Ruppert Heidi Young. T homeroom no. 37. Charity Brehl Kathy Deckard Reagan Flavin Brian Shipp Leigh Euen Torgan. Homeroom no. 39. Kevin Clement Rachel Farris Heather Gleason Dara Haag Jeff Utle Justin Lodge Craig Sauer Brian Stenger. Homeroom no. 13. John Bininger Erie Condit Kristen Drake Chad Foisset Sarah Loots Jeremy Philipps Jame Ravins Keven Sargent Kathy Sedillo Amy Tach co rim Whitehead. Homeroom no. 28. Delphine Aubourg Melanie Bruner Paul Campbell Susan Chrisman Erie Core Heather Duncan. Homeroom no. 12. Patrick Jonas Scott Kolbe Sharon Lewis John Lucier. Homeroom no. 25. Rachel Mckaig Ellen Martin Stephanie Morrow Jim Ormond. Homeroom no. 26. Thad Schilling Suzette Seegers Wendy Smith Tomi Todd Greg Treece Megan Williamson. Homeroom no. 24. Staci Allen Heather Bininger Steve Blackstone David Borishansky John Boyden Molly Clapham Tim Cooper Isabelle Costaschuk Ben Denton Matt Drake. Homeroom no. 23. Chrissie Edwards Jeff Frahn. Eric Freeman Kelly fudge Carolyn Greene Elizabeth Greene Amy Jones. Homeroom no. 27. Teresa Koenig Ada in Chris main Sydney Millard us Rhoades Jenn Riley Thad Sargent Amy Reeb. Homeroom no. 20. Susan Stukus Thomas Washer Michelle Willis Susannah wince. Local police Are investigating a breaking and entering in the women a Locke room at the football Field behind the elementary school. According to the report the Locke room was entered through an unlocked door sometime very Early sunday morning. The report indicates a feminine Napkin Coin vending machine a paper Towel dispenser and a liquid hand lotion dispenser were damaged in the illegal entry. And unknown amount of Money was taken from a machine. No Dollar value has yet been placed on the machines. Police presently have no suspects. Officer Ron Lanning is investigating. Merit Roll named at Middle school Branstool will dedicate peace tree in local Park May 19th the following students were maned to the Merit Roll at the Middle school for the third Quarter of the current academic year. Homeroom no. 32. Nick Pape Shannon Ricciardo. Homeroom no. 37. George Kauffman Eric Mead Mike Pratt Mike Sargent Shawn Swick Marcus Van Winkle Annie Welsh. Homeroom no. 39. Megan Atha Doug Ferguson Carlie Hayford Amy Kauppi Molly Lonzo Matt Mumaw Jason Paquet rim Riley Tim Roesink Molly Serin Stacey Vankirk. Homeroom no. 13. Seth Hill Susan Large Pamela Maclean Patricia madman Alisa overholser. Homeroom no. 28. Jennifer Adams Amanda Avery George Booth Rob Cook John Declusin Bridget Dunlap homeroom no. 12. I Ara Greenwood Laurie Hill Scott Jackson Jeff Kern Emily Klingenberge Heather Lantz. Homeroom no. 25. Rich maclehose Jennifer Milleman Rosanne Patterson Brittany Radabaugh Elizabeth Reid Chris Rob bins. Homeroom no. 26. Mike Schartz Shelby Stevens Josh Tincher Ria Whiteside Kevin Wilhelm Allison Willis. Homeroom no. 24. Chad Dildine. Homeroom no. 23. Steve Eisenberg Christy Ellinger Gwynn Evans Jennifer Googins Tamara Griffin Erik Frahn. Homeroom no. 27. Wendy Klotz Craig Mcdonald Jennie Marriott Heidi Messner Amie Patin. Gary Phillips. Homeroom no. 20. Tom Simpson Jason Smith Amy Welsh David Wolever. State senator Gene Branstool will dedicate a new tree to be planted in the opera House Park May 19th in a ceremony from 5 to 6 . The tree has been donated by the Granville peace Fellowship and the dedication will be the final event in the fellowships Geneva watch program which began with a candlelight Vigil on november 19th. The Geneva watch is an Effort to keep us aware of the fact that the United states and the soviet Union have continued to manufacture new nuclear warheads at the rate of eight per Day even though we have been engaged in disarmament talks since March 1985. The new tree in the Park symbolizes the Celebration of life and represents the Hope for a world free from the terror of nuclear weapons. Granville mayor Tom Gallant will accept the new tree in the name of the Village of Granville. Tom and Patti Burkett will provide music for the program. Everyone is Welcome to join in the dedication ceremonies. Williams to begin construction on building that will soon add six shops to downtown its not often you can get your Cir washed for free but it did happen last saturday members of the Gas drama Chib washed cars for no charge but had solicited pledges for each car they washed. As a result although Anto owners got a free carwash the students raised Money for a trip to a thespian conference. Bernie Williams Hopes to begin construction in As Little As two weeks on a commercial building that will be located behind the elms on Elm Street in the Village. Williams finally got approval for his project from the local authorities he said and has already begun moving dirt for the construction. He Hopes the first shops will be open Early in August. The building will face South main Street and will be located on the East Side of what is now a parking lot behind the elms. The building will be 82 feet Long and will be in an la shape with the South Side of the building being about 50 feet Long. Williams said he Mil also be relocating the driveway into the parking area from the South Side of the lot to the Middle and he will have the area landscaped. The parking area will be paved. He said the building will have a two toned Brick and Cedar front. The building will have room for six shops and Williams believes he May already have three or four of the shops rented. He said ten timely he expects to rent to a bakery an exclusive Beauty Salon and a store that will be both a Book store and will sell athletic clothing. He said he has not yet rented the other shops. His total investment in the project including the building and landscaping will come to around $200,000, he said. Williams has owned the building which houses the elms pizza shop and three other establishments for Many years. He remodeled1 the building a Riste of Katf ago. It Frfd been a car dealer ship for Many yeast then vhf Auto parts store before Williams remodeler. There Are presently five shops operating in the elms and he has room for two More in that building he said. I ;