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Weekend Daily Reporter (Newspaper) - September 3, 1966, Dover, Ohio The daily m county Usu Branch proves Boon for areas Colleg bound pupils Ink nil Mundl finl a 57 to begin fall studies at Phila As is clearly indicated by the number of new Phila Delphia and Josephs graduates who will attend Kent state academic Center in new Philadelphia this the county Branch of the University is a Boon to the higher education of members of the thirty two new Philadelphia students who were graduated in 10 who were graduated by Dover High and 9 by Josephs Are enrolled at the Center for the fall Dover Corbin Miller of 310 Grant who is spending a year in France As an american Field service Exchange plans to enter Princeton University in his Niels who spent his year in the states with and Myers of 522 Wooster will enter the University of Copenhagen in his native Denmark this Kent state academic Center in new Philadelphia Kathryn Contini of 115 14th Ron Ald Dessecker of re Jody Digenova of 119 Slingluff David Edwards of 151 Diane Klingaman of 345 Grant Cathy Marks of 1604 Dover Beverly Miller of 419 Johnson Martha Murray of re Joy Reich Man of 521 4th and sus an Wiers of 129 Lloyd Kent state University Rober to Barnes of 133 High Joann Cope of 224 13th Michael Dipiero of 124 Crater Mark Fisher of 924 4th Frank Gibbs of 700 Evergreen Dianne Graef of re Richard Haines of 910 Lakeview Sharon Hatcher of re Kathleen Kennedy of 407 17th Charles Klar of re Michael Mccullough of 909 Wal nut David Morris of 1418 Walnut Karen Oliver of 1714 Dover Phyllis Paulus of 303 Fairview Robert Rees of 509 Wooster Doug Strickmaker of 111 Park and Steve Trustdorf of 216 13th St Ohio state University Davjd Blair of 920 Wooster Rebecca Burkey of 842 Crater James Cox of 218 6th Larry Dick of re Pam Fischer of 1717 Tremont Steve Googash of 221 10th j Richard Edwards of 304 Iron Jeff Kirkbride of 222 8th Linda Muster of 126 6th Lanny Myers of 522 Wooster and Terry Rinehart of 415 main University of Cincinnati Stephen billow of 216 Superior Patricia Lombardo of 507 Sterling and Steve Ohliger of re 2 Canton business College David Birtcher of 1920 woos Ter Columbus business University Margie Brenneman of 1108 3rd Wittenberg University Larry Brown of 211 Marion Trevor Buehler of 301 12th David Moser of re and Kathy Phillips of 509 Iron Akron Hospital school of Nurs ing Bonnie Domer of 1009 race and Sarah Shaw of 310 10th Gerber Beauty school Karen Finley of 320 10th Toni such of 1120 3rd Barbara swegheimer of 201 wills and Mary Ann Wey Mouth of 215 2nd St Yale University Robert Foutz of 115 Cross Georgetown College in Ken Tucky Pauline Geiser of 1301 Crater and Susan Ott of 204 Prospect Malone College Richard Haddon of 1024 Wooster and Barbara steely of 614 2nd University of Florida Joseph Hagloch of 814 Tuscarawas Vernard Bible school David Hathorn of 121 2nd Timken mercy school of prac tical Nancy Hawk of 204 Johnson Tiu Zuj Siulc Vuc Vale technical Institute Thornton of re 3 Eric Hay of re 1 Jeannette left and Carol do ver High pack their clothes and Promise to keep in touch As they go their separate ways in their Pursuit of Jeannette will leave 10 for Portsmouth school of nursing and Carol will leave tomorrow for Central state College in where she will major in Ley of 314 13th Baldwin Wallace College Dana Savage Iii of 333 4th and Kirby Terakedis of 315 14th College of Wooster Karen Sherwood of 431 3rd United electronics in Ken Tucky John Stingel of re 1 Moody Bible College Rhea University of Buffalo rich1 nns0m of Kenneth Halter of 924 Trenard Horn of m8 s Tuscarawas Mont Joel Harmon of 128 a Fairview James Mast of 1815 Dover William Seib of 217 wills Julie Spangler of 2105 Wooster and Bruce Walter of re 1 Loyola University Wally canal St us Jodl Lindsey Wilson Junior new Philadelphia and Harriet Franz Tolotti of 846 Crater do of 435 fair new Phila Delphia Xavier University in Cincin Nati Stephen Bazzoli of 1525 Walnut Dover Ohio state University Pat Rick Antonelli of 101 Union William Mckenna of 130 Lith and George Swan of 2725 Tremont Dover notre Dame University Richard Bolini of 1011 High la sgt Northwestern University lege Candy Maun of 412 Jay Huff of 331 15th Marion College Sherry to Jentes of 515 Seneca Timken mercy Laboratory Joseph Kent state academic Center Miami University Darleen school Virginia Korns of re i in new Philadelphia Mary Arnold of re Melanie Dundee her of 610 4th Larry lab of re Jeanne Ley of 1 Parkview George Morton of 932 Dover and Charles Wilson of 936 Lakeview or Bowling Green University Asbury College Mary Beth Kreisher of 411 13th Nyack missionary College Judy Labus of re 3 Cleveland state George be May of 512 Evergreen Lukes Hospital school of of Lloyd Beaber of 321 South Douglas Domer of 410 nor song Pamela Lieser Cross David Finley of 114 413 10th Union Dena Hardwidge of j Central state College Carol Lowery of 418 Broad Portsmouth school of nursing 1733 Tremont and Mary Veigel of 1907 Dover Muski Ngum College Edward Beadle of 231 8th Marc Cappell of 208 Prospect James Dragovich of 925 Tremont and Ernie Tris Tano of 207 Bellview Mckinley business College Leslie Bellanco of 203 Prospect Pat Doyle of 707 race Jeannette Lowery of 418 Broad capital University Barbara Riel of re and Jean Snyder of 221 James Southern Seminary Mary Jane Mccurdy of 115 13th Ashland College Eric i Ellen Semple of 218 5th Joseph Ginnetti of 1360 Kaderly and Linda Maistrelli of re new Philadelphia George Johnson of 204 4th Ronald Kaser of 130 21st Charles Smith of 821 chel sea Patricia Seikel of 510 15th John Youssi of 324 Grant and Peggy Dibattista of 2720 Modican John Carroll University Al Bert Antonelli of 77 Iron Dover Yale John Biancamano of 132 23rd Dover Lincoln memorial College in Tennessee Mary to Marino of re Dover mercy Hospital school of x Ray technology in Canton Martha Antonelli of 110 Union notre Dame College in Cleve land Carol Contini of 225 13th and Antonia Balciunas of 410 Wooster Gerber Beauty school Jac que Dallau of 205 23rd and Susan Zito of 219 8th Dover Kent state University Sandra Suder of 207 Grandview new Philadelphia Bowling Green University Michael Heil of 827 Prospect new and Vaughn Mccracken of re Bliss College june Ann Randall of re new Philadel and Jayne Schilling and Mary Ann both of re Dover Pennsylvania technical Institute John Tecco of 338 Grant Dover Mary manse College in Toledo Susan Tamborini of 902 3rd Dover University of Akron Robert four new Philadelphia High Tim Halter Tom Paul Gibson and Nick have a final gab est about High school Days before departing for schools of higher Tim will enter United electronics Institute in Tom is enrolled in Stout state College at and Paul and Nick will go to Union at ver midwestern College in Iowa Daniel Cardani of 438 2nd new Philadelphia Kent state academic Center Elaine Bair of 1900 High Dennis Dye of 138 3rd John Bair of re Rich Ard Barker of 219 Ray James Baxter of 145 Clair Michael Booth of 477 Rebecca Bucher of 236 front Thomas Burrier of re newcomers Ann Cramer of re Stone Diane Deibel of Stone Marcia Demuth of re Becky Dergel of 142 4th Wanda Dessecker of 157 Minnish Timothy Franz of 130 Ray Rich Ard Gray of 245 4th Charles Mcivaine of re Martha Massarelli of 218 8th Rickey Miller of 469 2nd Stephan Moore of 139 Bank Garry my ers of 1020 Miller Terry Myers of 129 13th Theresa Richard of 1455 Kelly Betty Robb of re Ann Rybarczyk of re Joyal Sarchet of 1060 Miller Glenn Siber of 1061 Kelly Edward Sopinski of 604 3rd John Strimbu of 317 front Mary to Van Lehn of 1057 Ray Jeff Rey White of 831 Miller Eric Porter of 859 Sherman and Roy Scriven of 416 2nd Kent state University John Alpeter of 416 Bank David Charles of 463 2nd Joan Gibson of 817 Orch Ard Susan Hicks of 478 front Cheryl Hoy of 1227 Oak Kathy Lile of 1136 Hilltop Michael Menapace of 617 3rd Jerrold Renneckar of 835 fair be Vicki Wilhelm of 728 Broadway and Ingrid Yarnell of 523 4th Otterbein Elaine Armbrust of 138 4th Dorris Den Mon of 1410 5th and Joseph fair of 429 2nd Ohio Asch Baulier of 1218 4th Karen Briggs of 826 Susan Edie of 110y2 Clair Dean Wuersl of 818 Baker Ted Jackson of 709 4th Daniel Jenkins of 337 Kelly Diane Kempf of 706 William Knisely of 702 High Thomas Kurtz of 223 Broad hit hard of 2491 Forbes Beth schumaeh1 or of 408 8th be and Larry Wood of 321 Kelly Rio grand College Jerry Bower of 1219 2nd Gary Hanna of 1142 Tuscarawas and George poke of 729 4th Hiram Susan Bussey of 715 j Lith Lindsey Wilson Junior College George Cherry of 473 Broadway and Daniel fair of 429 2nd Ohio Lyn Cooper of 918 Madison i Ohio state University Rob Ert maus of 1173 2nd Rodney Day of 156 Park Henderson of 134 4th Toni Heverly of 369 Union Larry Jagunic of 171 Wabash Michael Johnson of 515 Union Fred Kinsey of re Fred Rick Lorenz of 811 2nd Ann Maurer of 239 Broad Mary Ann Meredith of re Rudolph Weber of re Pris cilia Yosick of 648 Beech new and Daniel Hawk of re Stone Marietta College Bonnie Doidge of 429 Kelly Dupaw University Deborah Doughten of 204 Gooding Union College Susan Fisher of 1408 4th Paul Gibson of 836 Orchard Nick Incarnato of 419 Tuscarawas new and Mari Lyn Mitchell of 719 Oak United Institute of electronics Timothy Halter of 426 Belmont Parsons College Eric Hoff Man of 221 Park David Knisely of 128 Moore John Lewis of re Connie Potts of 720 Broadway and Derek Watkins of 225 grand View Western Kentucky University Thomas Knapp of 818 hard Sty Rabson Institute Richard Mackey of 235 2nd Moody Bible As Moesta of 346 2nd Miami University Dave Moreland of 725 2nd Akron University Barbara Olmstead of re 4 and Kenneth rapport of 416 Ray trl state College Robert Phillips of 443 1st West Liberty College Rod Reese of 814 Park new University of Cincinnati Joe Richards of 757 Oak new and Richard Stewart of 328 Church bar Jones David Rothel o 324 2nd Dowling Green Gregory Russell of 154 18th Heidelberg Daniel see o 1514 Kohl Northwood Institute Dale Stemple of 418 1st Stout state College Thomas Struchen of 542 High Central state Larry Tate of 1407 5th Olivet Gerald Trachsel o 444 2nd Geneva Diana Beth Turne of re Union school of Commerce Linda Vansickle of 457 fair a Graceland College Davi Voshall of 314 Church be Columbus Barber school Richard Amacher of re twin City Beauty school Cornelia Schoelles of 407 a Washington school of medical and business technology Cal Sta Bigler of 518 Chester Cooper Art school William Bucher of 726 Ackey Weaver airline school Athi Feslis of re Cuya hoga school of Commir Lal Art Gregory Rees of 744 Baker Jane Adams vocational school at Cleveland Suzanne Edie of 120 3rd mercy Hospital school of nursing Bonnie Miller of re Massillon City Hospital school of nursing Kathleen Truman of 338 High science topics sound Waves May replace chemicals in controlling asic research on using sound to control insects that track stored animal and other agricultural products vill be conducted under a 90 cooperative agreement be Ween the department of agriculture and the univer Ity of the us a says scientists will study funds produced by various kinds of storage insects and How hese sounds affect behaviour at various stages of the insects rats Are having their Palms read at the University of Mich Gan to Aid in solving problems hat Are classic in Edward professor of says that studies measuring the rats skin resistance have application to relationship of motivation and and the relation ship of motivation to the technique involves placing a rat in a piece of apparatus with two stainless steel strip which conduct electricity through the animal when his paws make Contact with both variations in the Resis Tance the skin offers to the cur rent Are making color pigments is big business if size of equipment is an two giant mix believed to be the largest used in color pigment product have been put into opera lion by the Hollands co color at its plants in Holland and a one mixer weighs 27 tons Anc has a capacity of 1750 Gallons it requires a special Balcony for the second mixer extends Between 2 floors Anc is loaded on the top potentially significant amounts of Gold and other heavy metals have been discovered near according to Secretary of Interior Stewart l analytical and assay data published in a report on the show traces of valuable metals in samples of Rock materials from beneath the Rob erts thrust a major Struc Tural feature of North Centra electrified cities of the future May come to rely on microwave Energy fed to them through in plastic foam pipe called say Ita Fortl University advantages could be that he Waveguides could carry far Digger loads of Power under round for several Hundred unsightly towers would e assaults Are made almost Daf y on sporting but Sel Lorn does anyone attempt to gastronomic records it by Johann Ketzler or Philip Yazdzik ate 77 Ham burgers in one sitting in 1955 and Ketzler consumed a whole of in 42 Days in by the associated press today is the 246th Day of there 119 Days left in the today highlights on this Date in the trea y of Paris Between England and the United states officially ended the american on this Date in the first National la 3or Day Holiday was declared by an act of in the permanent rank of general was conferred on John in reciprocal lend lease was formalized Between United states and in the allies invaded the Mainland of in the finns announced their agreement to Stop fighting with the ten years Eisenhower made Public a report from the labor department which said the level of Economy had never been higher in peace or in five years ago the soviet Union again challenged West Ern rights to unrestricted a Cess to West Berlin by one year prime minister Shastri told his people in his the hour of crisis is upon the this was during the India Rapaki Stani crisis Over people on the go in Tuscarawas county go Burger chef 824 Boulevard Ohio think big Shef twice special 3 4 5 imagine two double stacked big Shef sandwiches for Only regular each big 100 pure beef open flame cooked for a big taste differ ence topped with melted Golden Kraft cheese plus a generous amount of Burger chefs secret sauce and Garden fresh served on a hot toasted its big Sandwich with the big taste difference Home of he world s grate is hamburger still Only 150 i j j

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