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New Philadelphia Times Reporter (Newspaper) - August 8, 2015, New Philadelphia, Ohio saturday aug 8.2015 Jaq death notices Marvin l Beatty. 76. Of Nelsonville. And formerly of Mineral City died tuesday. Services will be held at 11 . Tuesday in Finefrock Gordon funeral Home in Magnolia. Catling hours Are 6 to 8 . Monday. Gordon Davis 88, of Washington court House died thursday. Services will be held at 10 . Monday in St. Colman of Cloyne Catholic Church. Calling hours Are 3 to 6 . Sunday in Summers funeral Home in Washington court House. Donald of Glenn 8,2. Of Dover died Friday arrangements Are pending at Linn Hert Geib funeral Home amp crematory in new Philadelphia. Joseph Michael Holbert. 66. Of Carrollton died thursday services will be held at 1 . Monday in Allmon Dugger Cotton funeral Home. Calling hours Are two hours prior to services Betty Geraldiine a a Jerri Kish. 79. Of Hopedale. Died thursday services will be held at 11 . Monday in Koch funeral Home in Scio calling hours Are 1 to 3 and 6 to 8 sunday. Carrie k. A Okay Quot Tishier 97, of Sugarcreek died Friday arrangements Are pending at Smith Varns funeral Home in Sugarcreek. My Tare Titi Flowers 330-343-8377 a posies 131 w. 3rd St., downtown door wwu.doverfiomer9.com find previously published obituaries at Rose Irene Phillips 1924-2015 Phillips doll Hospital 90, of Dundee and a resident of Hennis care Centre at Bolivar since october of 2008, a daughter of Hector h. And Rose b Burkhart Lang Ling s greenhouse of Dover and Loving wife of d. Phillips left this Earth to live with her lord Jesus Christ on wednesday August 5, 2015. Rose was bom october 1, 1924 and grew up in the country during the great depression. As classmates at Dover High school Jim Phillips and dated during was ii and married in 1946 at St. John s acc at Dover. Rose and Jim owned Phillips Antiques at their Home in Dundee. Rose was greatly known for her artistic talents including refinishing painting and Stencilling antique furniture and primitives. Her doll museum shop and a doll Hospital Quot brought local customers As Well As from other states. Articles were written about her vast doll hear and to collection in magazines and newspapers. She presented through the years Many group lectures about her great know 1-Edge of dolls and Antiques. By far her first love was tie liar to Jesus Christ. Rose was a member of i review Baptist Church for Many years where she faithfully served in a variety of areas with Art work teaching children and singing in the choir. Her steadfast Faith in the Laird was visible and she was willing the share the love of Jesus to anyone who would listen. She was a Praver Warrior and studied the word until she could no longer see Well enough to read. Rose was known for her pc Ace Ful gentle and quiet spirit. She gave unconditional love and kindness to everyone she met. She Only said g kit a of others was Quick to forgive and was a Sweet encourager to All. She genuinely cared for not Only her family and friends hut to she into met w Ith along the Way. R Jse was preceded in death by her husband James d. Phillips on july 9, 1975. Surviving family members include one brother Joel no of Dover children James a a left Quot Lynn Phillips of Bolivar Ellen i it Arry Hootman of Mineral City grandchildren James a Chris Quot Sharleen i Phillips of Fairborn or. Annie Brian Healir of Sandy Springs Georgia tim Brittany Beriy of canal e Ulton Kenneth Angela Hancock of St. Blairsville and Tabatha Gebhart of Pittsburg Pennsylvania. Rose had nine great grandchildren whom she loved hearing of and seeing. Marvin l. Beatty 1938-2015 age 76, of Nelsonville of passed away tuesday August 4, 2015. He was. Born in Rose township Carroll county of a son of the late James and Anna Raric Beatty and resided in Mineral City most of his life. Marvin was retired in it a labourers let Kai �134 in new Comer Storti. He was an avid Fisherman Hunter and poker player. He also loved his Boxer dogs. Besides his parents he was preceded in death by a son. Brad Beatty and two Brothers Dale at a Young age and Glen killed in action in 1950 in the korean conflict. Survived by his daughter Faye Moore his son Mark Marlee Beatty six grandchildren and seven great grandchildren one sister Charlene Pritchard and four Brothers James Beatty Gary Judy Beatty twins Earle Jane Beatty and Merle Suzie Beatty. Services will be held tuesday at 11 . In the Finefrock Gordon funeral Horae in Magnolia with Rev. Steven m. Gordon Davis 1926-2d15 88, of Washington court House passed away thursday aug. 6, 2015 at Fayette county memorial h, after a Short illness. He was. The third of Glen e., or. And veral Yahn Davis and was born sept. 23, 1926 in Fayette county. Gordon is survived by the love of his life. Marv Lorane Boylan Dave with whom he a married for ver 6&Quot it irs four children Jame Sandra Janes. Douglas Linda Kuhl Wem Janet and Wilhiem Sam Montgo Myrv have grand children and u great grand children brother Neil Davis and Mam Cou m metes and Nephew s. He was preceded in death by his Brot Liers Glen Jr., Russell and Lloyd and brother in Law Michael Boyian. Sisters and Brothers in Law include Jack Nete Boyian Jeri Glen Milstead Sandy Mike Boyian Lynne Boyian Joe Shirley Boyian and Violet Glen Davis. Or. Davis attended Washington High school and graduated in 1944. He served in the us coast guard and Ohio National guard. He was a letter Carrier with the us postal service for 37 years. He was particularly proud of his 20 years of elected service on the Washington court House cite Council and was Council president and interim cite manager Gordon to moved making Devent and seeing old intends for i he Pant shop. He was a member of numerous Botial and civic dubs including Fayette county democratic party Apo elks exalted Rule knights of Columbus grand Knight Knight of the Yea Rand Jeffersonville masonic Temple. In addition or. Davis was a lifelong fan of the Cincinnati reds and the Ohio state University football team. He loved nothing better than talking politics baseball and spending time with his family and Many friends. Gordon was a member of St. C Olman of Cloyne c Catholic Church for 68 years and served in Many Lay capacities including usher Parish Council member and Rose a faithful disciple of Jesus Christ a loved collecting and refinishing Antiques a dedicated Mother grandmother and great grandmother the family is most grateful to the staff of Bolivar Hennis care Centre for their Loving Devotion and to Community hospice for not Only their expertise but their professional and gentle care for Rose and her family. God bless you All funeral services will be held monday August 10, 2015 at 2 . In the Lebold Smith funeral Home at Bolivar. Pastors Gary Yackey of i View Baptist and Floyd Stanfill of Faith Baptist Church will co officiate and burial will follow in Dover burial Park at Dover. Friends May Call from 12-2 . Monday August 10, 2015. For those unable to attend please visit the funeral Homes web site to share a memory and sign the guest Register. In lieu of flow ers the family encourages that memorials in Rose s name be sent to Leview Baptist Church at 10202 . 93 new Dundee 0,Hio 44624 or Community hospice at 716 commercial ave. So new Philadelphia Ohio 44663. Ice mild Snaith ,�30-874-�li3 about Marvin a avid Fisherman and Hunter a loved his Boxer dogs Smith officiating. Inter agent in. Magnolia cemetery. Friends May Call monday 6-8 . In lieu of flow ers contributions May be made to his family. Condolences May be sent to a Ord i 33tl 866-942.5 about Gordon a graduated from Washington High school a served in the us coast guard and Ohio National guard a loved spending time with his family and Many friends Vincent de Paul Volunteer. Visiting hours will be held from 3p.m.-6p.m. On sunday aug. 9th., at Summers funeral Home 223 w. Market St., Washington court House with a prayer service immediately after. A Celebration of his life will take place at St. Colman of Cloyne Catholic Church monday aug. 10th., at 10 . Burial will take place immediately following the mass. A luncheon for families and friends will be provided by the Church family. In lieu of Flowers contributions May be made to hospice of Fayette county or St. C Olman of Cloyne Catholic Church. Arrangements Are under the direction of the Summers funeral Home. Online condolences May he sent to Summers funeral Hume 740 ,�l�i.5-6tl7h appeals court rules against Dayton a traffic Cam Challenge Dayton an Ohio appeals court has filed against the City of Dayton a Effort to continue using red Light cameras without an officer present which is now required by state Law. Ohio a 2nd District court of appeals on Friday issued the setback to the City which May Appeal to the state supreme court. Dayton was among cities that suet the state after it banned ticketing via red Light and Speed cameras unless an officer is present. The court ruled that the new Law does no to violate the cite s Home Rule authority. T he Darton daily news Reix arts that mayor Nan Whaley plans to wait for similar court cases in Lucas and Summit counties to play out before making a decision to apr real the Case. The cities of Arnm and Toledo also challenged the state in appeals courts. The associated press in Loving memory of Scott Hickenbottom on Bis birthday 8/8/85-12/25/08 please god forgive a silent tear a constant wish that he was Here. Others were taken yes we know but he was ours and we loved him so. He bid no one a last Farewell nor even said Good Bye. I be was gone before we knew it and Only god knows Why. If All the world were ours to give we d give it All and More to see that Loving face of his just once More. For those who have someone who Means a lot treasure them with care. For you never know their value till you see their vacant chair. Alway s med and Sadk Miv cd by. Dad. Mom. Fric Karryn Shelby Fanti la it Rottle and t Inker Man faces death penalty in slayings Columbus a Columbus Man accused of killing his estranged wife and her brother could face the death it Nalty if convicted. The Franklin county prosecutors office said 25-year-Oki Roy Harv Ison was a Xing held without Bond following his arraignment Friday on two counts of aggravated murder with death Pei Alty specifications. Police say Hoy Harvison shot and killed 29-year-old Jenea i and 23-year-old Donell Mcdonald in a parking lot on april i. The associated pres debate continued from Al wills said a i think it was a great night. It brought everything Llinat we wanted onto the 1 be Waleed from tie Side of the stage seeing the behind the so Cruz a activity As Well As til at on stage. A i think the candidates did very Well a wills said. Quot right away they starting getting Tough questions thrown at them. Vivien you Sce it live you realize ii ire fully i Kiev to lists not an easy situation for i Dis was impressed by the null aerators ability to handle All 10 candidates on stage at once. Quot i can t image idl 17 candidates at once in a debate Quot he said. Quot i thought it would lie a St niggle with 10, hut they did it a it was a or at Nigil not Onk for republicans but for Ohio in general to he Able to have such a High profile debate in Cleveland Quot i Tuulis said. Quot tie City real milk Al out tie red aug it for 1 be said the pre debate and die delicate pin titled a i xxx of Ixia Tunita to be the entire Field of 17 candidates. "1 tji ought that a number of candidates i presented Vliem selves very Well but others lost inn ind Quot he said declining to name names. Asked Vav to he thought won the to Legate i Dis said a a Llie Campaign is a Marathon. I done to think anyone can claim to in a Clear leather at this i in part it ple Art still going air Liat was said last night a there was a lot of Iii ignation. T certainly like seeing that on the Republican Side we have i voices Quot i Aniulis said. A i i of Liat x Ople Are enga Gwi in watching the debates anti following the candidates and alien at tie end of the a Ness Well it t in Lind die Jetson win in times our party s presidential Buzulis exx tvs Liat tie eventual ii cml rim Erwill la on of the state it demons ii cause of their Exea Tive decision making experience. They re the ones who in a watching the most believes Liat the fact Liat there is no ii unbent to defeat is the main reason for such a Large Field of candidates. A we re in the very Early stages and its an interesting race to watch Quot he said. A a in mop it Lii Nostic that the Field will be whittled Dowtin pretty quickly. I think it will be Imp Irant to see who becomes the front Omner who has the ability to break away from the pack Sketl Aht Xit ii Bald Ivi Imp Wiio Lias Suqi Rietl Many by the amount of support he has re Olivell wills Saxl in Init is going to in tin rep. J think he Niile some great Points that resonate Well with the Public. Not Everyl xxi agrees with i Irreg but Sony people really wills said a i think going in that Everyl xxx expected five or six candidates would surface and solidify , and that a exactly what happened. Many in Siple would disagree w to those six Are but i think the Public will Tell us that Vav Hen they wills called it a Praxi Active two Days with Ohio a Republican Leittie ship taking advantage of the Opportunity for meetings on wednes Ilay and to thursday a to talk about the ext pm year Ali at a ahead of Quot obviously w e talked about Tusci rawas of minty and that it will in a Leader again like it has been in the past a wills said. Quot expectations will be for the past three presidential eth toils the county has been a a Victory Center Quot serving As a command Center to Coor to linage Calif Saign efforts for four counties in the Region. Wills said Elxnit 20 people attended a debate watch party at As county Republican party 1 Lead quarters in Dover. A a a i a. At a 11-1 a Viz or of i a Kerr v f a Oit writer a t Field continued from at Only one hand went up and with it billionaire Donald Chimp sparked fresh Waves of anxiety within the gop As. He went on to heat Iii a debate that at times Felt More like a circus than a Fonkim for those who aspire to the Wiite House. The prime tiny ruckus on National television overs hallowed some of the go pcs biggest stars while abating fresh openings for others. But More than anything else thursday in Glitz a two hour show a anti ii nip a presence Uuie sure it was a slow a was an in your face reminder the race Tor Republican nomination remains Leader less and unsettled. Itie Yelling erupted Jiust minutes into the debate when Trump answered Baiers question and refi ised to Rule out a third party bid should one of his Many rivals beat him in the Republican contest. A a this is Ali at a wrong in Kentucky sen. Rand Paul shouted from across the stage As the crowd booed Trump. A May la he runs As an Independent. He a already Luxl Ging his fhe opening moment set the tone for a night that was often entertaining but often Lack Tel tie substantive and civil debate Republican officials had in mind when they tweaked their debate system to reduce acts of a Republican on re publican fhe reason Why was All too Clear. �?o1 think he a getting to a Good place. This is new for him Quot said Republican National Conui Pittee Channan Reince Priebus when peppered after the debate with questions about bombastic performance. �?o1 think things Are going to be just it look that Way during the rough and Tumble Start w Hen Fox news Ruxi orator me Yii Kelly Aspeti Lump about his calling a women you Don t like fat pigs dogs slobs ibid Dis Gil sting Trump did no to deny it. And w Hen Kelly was und evened by ills attempt to laugh off her question with a joke Elxnit co i malian Rosie o Donnell he fired in us a. A i done to frankly have time for total political correctness a t Rump said. Tend to in honest with you this an utry Dixon a to live time Izump s a Rii a Naixa exiled Down As the debate went on but it still left Little loom for his Republican rivals to stand out on a night where each apr a Artel to arrive with a Clear strategy to do just that. Ai Auto Irritative Morisli sen. Marco Rubio distinguish Luxl Higl lighting his foreign policy Ixia tides and moving or sonar Story. Perhaps no one Matle More of his Tolian Lime state gov John Kasich the two Tenn Ohio governor who snuck into a die Delsite As the last candidate to win a place on stage. Kasich Drew re Jated a pm pulse parti Celuh when a Lxiv casing his pragmatic App xxx to divisive a trial . Quot i just went to a wedding of a Friend of mine who to be Gay Quot Kitsch Sakl win Tjie Timve ration shifted to Gay marriage. Quot Bec Ause Sonie Boxly does no to think the Way i do do Sny to mean that 1 can to care about Vliem or can to love not everyone was As Success fail at making the most of the Limitt d Iuno unt of time they Lital to speak. In his first to connect with a National audience Wisconsin gov. Scott Walker safely ibid calmly stuck to his script and his everyman image a Imd did no to in Luce a single a wow Quot moment. sen. Ted Cruz a Champion a tillage debater was Laige by forgotten. I Lis night was in capsule taxi by the moment he ask Tel to a jump in on tails one a Only to in told there w Asnat time. Tea a party favorite Ben Carson was relegated to telling jokes w hich it should be said Drew hear Rte Elt laughs Anim the crowd at quicken Loans Arena. New Jersey gov. Chris Christie Plashc d his Tell it like it is style in a Blunt Exchange wit i Hud but also Distaj speared for Long stretches of the night. Former Florida gov. Jeb Bush the dominate front runner in the All important Money race tried to Rise above the Trimp related squabbling. I Laving devoted several Days to debate he can off As so Ripul in what was his first formal debate in More Thui a de Iuie. But Bush also avoided any major mistakes. 1 be held tas1 to his policy , such As Lui immigration overhaul and to aged with Trump Only briefly. 401k rollovers Ira transfers it pm 9. A a 3. Nelson Quot a it a a of in Tommy Cowley. It it a Ragm twi Norw Miatt. Set wow offt Ltd mrw Tok Nanoma pm Tiitu Coc Pofahl we Mee Ibec Flea. Pc. It lot intr Anict anti if. Me. Ltd pc on no for my hot Laid comp tim

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