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Granville Sentinel (Newspaper) - May 15, 1986, Granville, Ohio Women minorities 1st time students get special treatment ii opportunities for women minorities and students just starting College highlight the Ohio state University at Newark a summer Quarter that begins june 23. For the first time the Campus will offer a a summer Institute for re entry women tailored for mature women who Are returning to their College studies. This free program helps women Brush up study skills apply time management techniques Ami gain an orientation to College requirements. It meets six tuesday and thursday evenings in july. Women who Complete the program and enrol at Osun for the autumn Quarter will be awarded a $100 scholarship. For Complete information Contact Barbara Bruner at 366-9334. A similar new program will be conducted for minority students. Five wednesday evening sessions beginning july 2 will help build attitudes and skills for College Success. For those who Complete this free a summer seminar and enrol in Osun this fall the Campus will award $100 Grants. For More information Call Mark Shoemaker at 366-9334 Osun is also encouraging High school students to get a head Start this summer through the Quot concurrent enrolment qualified High schooners can take College level courses while completing their High school diplomas. Credits apply to Osu programs or May be transferred to other colleges. Dozens of undergraduate and graduate level summer courses have been organized into three summer sessions so that students of All Ages can enjoy their vacation plans. The eight week term runs june 23-August 19. Two five week terms Are offered june 23-july 24 and july 28-August 27. Registration for Osung a summer Quarter classes and programs is underway in the founders Hall admissions office. Hours Are 8 . To 8 . Weekdays except fridays 8 . 5 . For Complete information Call 366-9333. % a a f a counselling service plans dinner family counselling service a United Way Agency will hold its annual meeting on wednesday May 21 at the Buckingham House. The meeting which will be a dinner beginning with cocktails at 6 30 ., will highlight the activities of the Agency Over the past year. Installation of new officers for the year 1985-86 will be held As Well As recognition of outstanding individuals and Community groups who have been of service to the Agency during the last year. According to Joy Binkovitz outgoing Board president a we Are deeply indebted to the numerous groups individuals and Bui Nesses who have supported our goals. We plan to take this Opportunity to thank them for their the dinner costs $10. It is open to the Public and persons wishing to make reservations May do so by calling family counselling services at 349-7066. Entertainment will be provided by local jazz pianist Jim Mcpeek. May 15,1986 Granville Sentinel Page 5 Graham custom drapery it amp interiors 1216 Weaver drive Granville. Ohio 43023 587 3476 a Garden Goody ready a pair of Ciao data geese sad their Jug no the acad and a nearby Pond sooth of Granville on James Road. Hie father of the clan can be very protective and does not seem to like to have his picture taken. Dar will meet in town House summer safari at Coto Central Ohio technical College in Newark is inviting Community residents to enjoy a a summer safari of technical and general studies courses beginning june 23. Applications Are being accepted for the full summer term which runs june 23-August 29. The College also provides two five week terms of intensive instruction june 23-july 25 and july 28-August 29. Some of the nearly too courses offered include engineering real estate communications computer programming and secretarial science. Accounting mathematics and health courses Are also on the summer schedule. College officials Point out that summer is a convenient time for Many people to begin an associate degree program or just take a couple courses to help them in their work. A single course can Cost As Little As $65 such As those offered through the Cote microcomputer Institute. High school students and june graduates can also enrol at Cote to get a head Start on College. Summer registrations Are being accepted in founders Hall office now. For More information Call 366-9222. The Granville chapter daughters of the american revolution will meet at the College town House on May 21st at 7 30 . With mrs. Thomas Brant mrs. Harry Dumbauld and mrs. John Tavener As hostesses. Members mrs. George Evans mrs. Glenn Francis mrs James k. Snyder and mrs. John h. Thiele will present the program revolutionary War ancestor Cook to get special recognition dedicated in his Honor. All friends Are invited to a reception at to . In the on May 23, Alan d. Cook director of extended services for the Dawes arboretum will be honoured at the annual Golden Buckeye award ceremony at the arboretum. His favorite tree japanese Stewartina will be planted and 20 local students in frat Twenty piano students of Maryann b. Seibert registered As candidates for membership in the National fraternity of student musicians sponsored by the National Guild of piano teachers teacher division of the american College of musicians of which their teacher is a member. Each student performed to memorized Solo compositions and was awarded a certificate a pin and a years membership in the organize deaths and funerals funeral services for f. Munro Veazie 69, of 1549 Sandpiper st., Naples Florida formerly of Granville were held monday at the first Baptist Church of Newark. Or. Rick Harrison officiated. Burial was in the Maple Grove cemetery Granville. Or. Veazie died wednesday evening in Naples Community Hospital. He was born june 2, 1916, in Coopers Plains . Or. Veazie retired in 1980 from Owens Corning fiberglas technical Center in Granville where he was a Glass research scientist. He was a 40-year employee of Owens coming fiberglas. He was a 1932 graduate of painted Post . High school and a 1939 graduate of Alfred . University. In 1940 he received a master a degree in Glass technology from Penn state University and in 1951 he received a masters degree in executive management from . In the Sloan Fellowship program. Or. Veazie was a member of the past master of Center Star Lodge no. La f and ., Heath a member and past Patron of Granville chapter no. 384 of the order of the Eastern Star and a member of the Newark first Baptist Church american Ceramic society Deramos fraternity mensa and the full gospel business menus Fellowship. Surviving Are his wife Doris Mcgowan Veazie of Naples Florida one daughter mrs. James w. Barbara Pheneger of Berea Ohio three sons Richard m. Veazie of Germantown tenn., Donald l. Veazie of Columbus miss., and Bruce j. Veazie of Drums a two Sisters mrs. Yarn Alice skalnik of Falls Church va., and mrs. Carsten Doris Lud Der of Miami Florida and to grandchildren. Mcpeek funeral Home was in charge of arrangements. Tion. The Guild auditions were held at Denison the week of May 6. Mrs. Seibert a students who participated were Jeanete a Holt Claire Aubourg Delphine Aubourg Mary Martha Bonar Laura Canter Nicholas Canter Andrew Cooper Matthew Cooper Katie Daly Hallie Falquet Julie Freeman Jason Glotzbach Carrie Hartford Stephanie Hughes Ashley King Austin King Kelly Ratcliff Maggie Salladay Beth Thompson and Kevin Wilhelm. Dawes arboretum firelight room the tree planting ceremony at la Lunch $5 please Call ahead at noon and Tours of the arboretum at i . By Ella Mae Bard a Garden a a Goody that is ready to Harvest before the rest of the Garden shows much sign of life is rhubarb a half cup of rhubarb sauce has about 190 calories that a plenty of sugar added. In fact nearly All of the calories come from the added sugar. If you done to like the sauce so Sweet simply add less sugar and lower the calorie count too. Adding just one and a half Tablespoons sugar per cup of raw rhubarb makes the calorie count about 70 calories per half cup cooked sauce to prepare rhubarb the Low calorie Way simply Cook diced rhubarb in a Small amount of water. Remove from heat Cool and add the sweetener substitute to taste. You la be eating Only about 20 calories per half cup of sauce. There a More than one Way to enjoy rhubarb sauce. We dont just do landscaping. We create Beauty a color color color. We specialize in putting color and Beauty into your present landscaping. A landscaping ideas. We can build Beautiful Brick patios walks terraces and Lovely gardens. A privacy amp Charm. We can help you select Trees and plants that will make your landscape unique. A re landscaping. Increase the value of your Home replace Many people think its delicious As is warm or cold for a change try it with a smooth soft custard or for a Little variety in texture add a Small amount of minute tapioca when cooking the sauce. To preserve rhubarb for later use you can successfully freeze. To freeze Wash and trim stalks and Cut into one Inch pieces. Blanche one minute and Cool to preserve color and flavor. Pack into moisture proof containers with or without added sugar As a Rule you can expect to pounds of rhubarb stalks to Weald 12 to 15 12-ounce packages for freezing. Or eight to to pint jars for Canning. Further information on preserving foods at Home is available at the cooperative Extension service 743 e. Main Street. Newark or by calling 345631. To graft Villa Village Council adopted in fallowing legislation at in regular Mer Flag of May 7. Him ordinance a. Is a ordinance to Amend ordinance a. Imi made fyme we development plan far Hll Engreen ordinance a. My a ordinance la Amend article to. Section 7 of ordinance a. Uti. Copies of in above legislation Are Quot i i i i i i i i i i i i i i i i i i i i. Health and Beauty aids Taylor a Rexall pharmacy 587-0268 the Granville town and country Garden club presents its annual Plant Sale saturday May 17 Flat of annuals $7.50 hanging baskets $8.00 4 Inch pots $1.50 Quot i i i i i i i i i i i i i i i i i i i i i i those dead a overgrown Trees amp plants. Frazier landscapes Quot inc. 17 and May v reviewed at in following locations Volage office Granville Zubur Library Gra attle psst office at in regular meeting of May 7, us. Granville Volage Council scheduled a Public Bealing for May >1, Imi at ? m . For in fallowing legislation ordinance a. 7-m a ordinance u Amend ordinance a. Us and appropriate funds for operating expenses la we water rum and to authorize a Village manager to eater Tau a contract a Ltd . Bird and Bull. In. To provide a study of Granville s elevated water storage facilities. A copy of a above Leguit Alioa to oar file and May v reviewed Al a Village office. Interested persons Are invited a als bearing to express their opinions thereon Catherine m. Miller clerk of Coasaca Spring Valley Pool will open for the season on saturday May 24-11 memberships can be purchased in Advance monday May 19 through thursday May 22 from 5 to 7 . Or on your first visit to the Pool. 153t Columbus Road Cran Villa Community bulletin Board space on the bulletin Board is available to non profit clubs and organizations churches and school groups. Notices should be dropped off at the Sentinel drop Box by noon tuesday and be designated a Riga bulletin Board a the Sentinel drop Box is located on the porch at 121 s. Prospect Street. Cut of s Todge no 11f. And ., Granville will have its regular monthly buted co us Mitoi to 7 30 ., thursday May 15 in the Heath masonic Complex 875 Irving Wick drive West. All members Are urged to attend. There will be a Church sponsored garage and bake Sale saturday May 17th from 9 To 5 . At 32 Cynthia Street in Heath. A a ?168?�?�0111 at a a evening of sin8ing, Fellowship and fun. Discussion will be in the Jim town tape a single a donation will be taken some single friends join a a at the first United streets Newark at 7 30 pm a Plant Sale and Brunch will be held in conjunction with the Granville Garden Tarot Vanoss members meet May 15 at 10 a a a at the Home of mrs. The Granville newcomers club cordially invites a new area residents to their 5sn n tvs a we by a the Buxton ton. Conns listen to Lois Johnson of Mary Ray cosmetics and at noon indulge in a Superb Lunse Wostl y Mae by contacting Rose Wingert at 522-6914 by wednesday May hat. Babysitting will be provided with one Days notice by Call Asas ssi is or a a Jas the Community bulletin Board is sponsored by Granville Iga 320 s. Main st., Granville 567-0031 c 0 Rex e l e a in e \ May 18th, 1-5 . \ health screening Tours amp refreshments \ Licking memorial Hospital 1320 West main Street Newark Ohio 43055 6 4 344-0331 \ ;