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Second class postage paid at Waynesville, OhiQ.
Vol. 4 No. 25
June 21, 1972 - Waynes.ville, Ohio
Ribbon Cutting
Ceremonies Held
Friends Home President Seth
Furnas J r. cut the ribbon to
officially open the new Quaker
Health Care Center on
Saturday June 17th.
The opening remarks were by
M.C. Byron M. Branson, the 4n-
vocation read, and the presen-
tation of the flag pole and raising
of flag was by the Enco Con-
struction Company and local
Boy Scout Troop 40.
There was recognition of
other honored guests.
Welcoming remarks were by
Mayor James Crane.
Remarks. were made by rep-
resentative to the State Legisla-
ture Mr. Corwin Nixon.
Remarks were ' also made by
Mr.
Walter" Powell's District ReIire.
sentative Mr. Bruce Cramer.
Recognition was given to
Thomas Cooper Quaker Heights
Administrator and his wife Mild-
red .
The presentation of the keys
was by Enco to President Seth
Furnas and Thomas Cooper.
At the dedication ceremony
on Sunday June 18th the open-
ing remarks were by M.C. Byron
M. Branson and welcome to
Quaker Heights.
Seth Furnas Sr., President
Emeritus of Friends Home Inc.
received recognition.
Mr. Raymond W. Braddock
gave a brief history of the deve-
lopment of Quaker Heights.
Remarks were given by Clerk
of Indiana Yearly Meeting, Mr.
Richard P. Eastman.
Remarks were also given by
C. M. Corporation President Wes-
& r 0 U n d Br e a ki n g '0 Be He I d
Groundb reaking ceremonies
will be held Sunday June 25th
for the new First Church of God.
The new building will be near
the intersection of Lytle and
Ferry Roads.
The ceremony will be held
at 2:30 P.M. Everyone is invited
to attend.
The present church is on Main
Street in Waynesville .
Reverend Carl A. Pierce is
the pastor.
Approximately 35 people at-
tend services.
The congregation is small but
the determination to build a new
church is shared by all .
ley Hodges and Thomas Cooper.
Administrator .
Dedication 01 the Home was
by Seth Furnas Jr ., President of
the Friends Home.
There were also tou rs and re-
freshments on Sunday.
Approximately I ,DOD people
were on hand for the ceremonies.
The public is invited to in-
spect the new center. The center
will accommodate 58 residents.
Information regarding occup-
ancy may be obtained by writing
Thomas Cooper.
The new center wiU be an
asset to our community.
Anniversary Books on Sale
The 175th Anniversary Books
are still on . .
Anyone wanting a copy may
purchase them from LeMay's
Cleaners or from any retail mer-
chant.
Approximately half of the
books have been sold to date.
They will continue to be on
sale for some time.
The price of the books are
$2.00 per copy.
We wish you every success in
your new home.
Old Landmark In Waynesville
The of Governor John B8Jls was built in 1836 by his parents David and Rachel Burnet E'YllDS. He
.' lived' there {l few months before entering boarding school in PIilladelphia, Pennsylvania. The two story
" brick residence at 127 North Main Street is ROW owned and occupied by Mrs. Irene Norman.
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President Seth Furnas, Jr .
Boy Scout Troop 40

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Wayne Board of
Education Meets
The Wayne Local Board of
Education met in Regular Ses-
sion and conducted the follow-
ing items of business.
The Minutes of the previous
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By Nellie Bunnell
Wednesday evening callers QJl
Dora Squires and Nellie Bunnell
were Mr_ and Mrs. Rhodes Bun-
nell , Mrs. R. J. Ousley, and
Kent and Jill Ousley of R. R. 6
Wilmington.
Sunday June 18 th was the
"open house" and " dedication"
of 'he Quaker Heights Health
Care Center.
George Bunnell of Troy, Ohio
was a Home visitor this past
week.
Mrs. Ethel Perisho has re-
turned from a visit to relatives
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Miss Jill Ecker Honored
Miss Jill Ecker, R. R. 2 Wilk-
erson Lane, Waynesville, a fresh-
man at the Middletown Campus
of Miami University, is one of
twenty-one students recently
honored for herJeadership con-
tributions with st.ydent organiza-
tions on the campus_
Miss Ecker, a zoology major
in the College of Arts and Science
at Miami-Middletown was sel-
ected for her work with the
Model United Nations commit-
tee and program held this past
academic year.
The Middletown Campus stu-
dent group was chosen to repre-
sent Japan in the National Mod-
el UN program that is annually
held in New York City each
April and includes participation
from several colleges and univer-
si ties across the country.
The student leadership awa-
ds were made through a selec-
tion process including faculty
members, administrators, and
studen ts of the given organiza-
tions, and those designated were
honored at a recognition break-
fast held on the campus.
The twenty-one students sel-
ected were representative of ten
campus organizations. Miss Eck-
er is a graduate of Waynesville
High School.
Vernon Hooper to Head
"Spartans" Athletic Pr09'am
Mr. Hooper who has been
head Basketball and Cross Coun-
try Coach and Varsity Baseball
Coach for the past two years
has been appointed Athletic Dir-
ector. Mr. Hooper will continue
to coach Varsity Basketball and
Cross Country alonll with con-
ducting and coordinating the
school athletic program.He will
assume the duties of Athletic
Director in August.
The Board of Education and
the Teachers Association have
reached an agreement on the
negotiation items and salary is-
sue. The starting salary for a
teacher with a bachelor degree
and no experience will be $6490.
Teachers with a masters degree
and thirteen years of experience
will receive $11,000.25. the sal-
ary schedule will become effec-
tive in September of the 1972-
73 school term.
Resignations of John Harvey,
High School Physical Education
and Head Footbll.ll Coach; Ro-
bert Seigel, High School English
Instructor and Assistant Football
Coach and Jacqueline Praeter,
Elementary Teacher were receiv-
ed and accepted.
The following people were ap-
proved for summer employment
and assignment for the 1972-73
school term. Mrs. Sharon Farley
. as Elementary Teacher; Mr. Gale
Gerard as Head football Coach;
and Mr. Vernon Hooper as Ath-
letic Director. Mr. Fallon Akers
and Mrs. Juanita Lacy as bus
drivers(Title I Summer Program) .
Mrs. Nancy Mellott, cafeteria;
Mr. Paul Brower and Mr. Dave
Corwin Nixon Photos
Barton to assist with custodial ------------------------
duties for the summer months.
Also the board approval for
the employment for an elemen-
tary art teacher, guidance coun-
selor, one ,half time music i.,-
structor and one half time in-
dustrial arts instructor. People
interested in the pre-mentioned
positions should contact the Ad-
ministration Office.
Other approved items includ-
ed the of two school
buses, adjusting the salary of the.
driver training instructor and ap-
proval of principals salaries for
the 1972-73 school term. Also
approved was the school student
insurance plan as presented by
William Nell Agency and the re-
quest of the Boosters Club to
construct recreation facilities on
school property.
Brenda Furnas Appointed
Statutory Agent
''To protect and preserve the
beneficial aspects of the environ-
ment of the Caesar Creek water-
shed; .. . " is a portion of the
purpose clause of the Articles
of Incorporation of the Caesar
Creek Preservation Association .
Secretary of State Ted W.
Brown recently granted a char-
ter to the non-profit group, lo-
cating its principal office in Way-
nesville, Warren County, Ohio.
Michael N. Tousey, Madeline
Lohman, Alma J. Plummer,
Brenda K. Furnas and Richard
B. Furnas are the corporators of
the corporation.
Brenda K. Furnas, State Route
73 East, Box 153, Waynesvilie,
Ohio 45068, has been appointed
to act as Statutory Agent for
the new corporation_
Wayne Local Board employes Gale Gerard to head
footban program. Mr. Gerard for the past three years has been em-
ployed in the Wayne Local School System as an Industrial Arts
instructor and Assistant Football Coach and he also served as Head
Track Coach. He succeeds Mr. John Harvey who resigned to accept
a teaching position in his home state of West Virginia. Mr. Gerard
is a graduate of Wilmington High School and is presently complet-
mg his degree at Morehead State University_Gale. his wife Angel
and son in Wilmington.
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ItARVEYSBUItG
By MlrjeM "..
Ph. 897-8172
Jonahs Run Church held Sun-
day school and church services
at Camp Kirkwood Sunday rol-
lowed by a basket dinner at
noon.
Vacation Bible School which
was held last week was well at-
tended . The certificates were
presented to the Friday
morning.
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Hacn-
del alld suns Tommy an d Jefr
attended the Fogt ramJly re-
union held at Anna, Ohio last
Sunday.
Massie Grange met Monday
evening at the home of Mr . and
Mrs. Francis Plymirc. Current
bills were allowed and the Lec-
turer had a program on Father's
Day.
Mrs. Lucy Price spent Tues-
day and Wednesday with Mrs .
Lucille Werner of near West Car-
rollton .
Callers at the Taylor home
were Mr. and Mrs. David Allen
(nee Joyce Hawke) and children
of Tampa. Florida. They are in
Ohio visiting her brother Don
Hawke and family in Lebanon.
Mrs. Ora McGowan of Wil-
mington is spending sometime at
the home of her daughter Mrs.
Francis Plymire .
Mr. and Mrs. Dave Martin of
Dayton were Scrturday evening
guests of Mr. and Mrs. Lewis
Hoagland and family.
Mrs. Evelyn Ball attended the
Postmasters Convention held at
Toledo Thursday through Satur-
day.
Village council met in regular
session Monday night and con-
ducted routine business. They
also passed an Ordinance Regu-
lating Weeds.
Mr _ and Mrs. Thomas Haen-
del and sons Tommy and Jeff
attended the Cincinnati-Philadel-
phia baseball game at Riverfront
Stadium Wednesday night.
Sandv McCarren and Ruth
Crass of St_ryker , Ohio both stu-
dents at the Elkhart Institute of
Technology spent from Wednes-
da:- until Sunday at the home of
Sandy's parents Mr. and Mrs.
Walter McCarren.
David Price or Washington
CoH. visited Mrs. Lucy Price
Thursday evening.
Mrs. Verna Shanks of Xenia
spent Sunday with her daughter
and family the Lewis Hoagland's.
Mrs. Dorothy McCarren and
daughter Sharon hosted a mis-
cellaneous Bridal Shower at their
home Friday night for Sandy
McCarren bride elect of Bruce
Dawson .
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Haendel
and sons Tommy and Jefr spent
Sunday at Kings Island.
Mrs_ Milton (Mildred) Jones
returned home Friday from Clin-
ton Memorial Hospital .
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Garden C lu b M eels
The Waynesville Garden Club
with the Green Thumb Garden
Cl ub as guests met at the coun-
try home of Mrs. Joyce-Washum
for a picnic dinner, June 15th.
The co-hostesses were Alma
McAfee and Nancy Henderson.
Tables ror the picnic were set
upon a deck overlooking a wood-
ed area.
A short business meeting fol-
lowed in which the nominating
committee presented the present
officers for the coming year.
They are as follows : President
Florence Hastmgs; First Vice
President Mary Margaret Ander-
son; Second Vice President Eliza-
Chandler; Secr,etary Nellie
Charlton; and TreasUJrer Margaret
Hadley.
A program of games relating
to trees and flowers was given
by Florence Hastings.
The club will me,et July 13th
with Mrs. Ruth Shoup.
BOOSTERS SOFTBALL TOP HITTERS
Based on 10 at Bat
H A.B. %
G. Cook 9 12 750
D. Simpaon 7 10 700
H. Stanley 8 13 615
E. Bellman 6 10 600
B. Lindauer 7 12 583
S. Copas 5 10 500
R. Sharp 5 10 500
L. Williams 5 II 455
R. Sackett 4 10 400
M. Hubbell 4 10 400
V. Bailey 5 13 384
R. Dunlap 4 II 363
1. Garrett 4 II 363
Class A Knothole team play-
ed Saturday at Springboro with
the score Waynesville II , and
Springboro O.
Sunday they played at Ma-
son with the score for Waynes-
ville 7 and Mason O.
These players are in the 14 to
15year-old . age group.
Principal Byron Ames and Mrs. Fran Meager are accepting books
for the elementary library at Waynesville School, presented to
them by Dennis Dalton, local freelance writer.
ther war bonnet.
This is the fifth year that he
SCOUT NElS
Waynesville Junior Troop 142'
had four girls to flyup to Cad
ettes. Their names are Donna
Neace, Tonja Alford, Kristy
Longacre and NaJ1cy Carter.
On June 6th the troop took a
tour to Lebanon. First they visit
ed the Glendower Museum, ano
then went to the Western Star.
Before eating at the Golden
Lamb Hotel they toured the lib-
rary. After lunch they went to
the Fire Department, Telephone
Company, 'Warren County Mus
eum, and finished their tour at
the Dairy Queen.
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Dalton Presents Indian
Books
Waynesville freelance writer
Dennis Dalton presented an In
dian program at Waynesville Ele-
mentary school for approxim
ately 140 students on Thursday
of last week.
the program at 5 : iiii;;..?-' ... : ..
Since Waynesville is celebrat- .6 0 ,. .. U
ing its 175th anniversary this =.
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At the program Dalton pre
sented three books to the Mary
L. Cook Public Library, and
two books to the Elementary
Library of the school.
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school library.
Dalton came costumed in sim-
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June 21,1972
Bowyer Named Historian
To International Association
Miss Edna L. Bowyer of Kings
Mills, Ohio, Warren County Re-
corder and First Vice-Presiden t
of the Ohio State Recorders
Association, last week was elect-
ed "Historian" of The Interna-
tional Association of Recorders,
Clerks, Election Officials, and
Treasurers Association. Miss
Bowyer was elected to the post
at a meeting of the Association
held in Nevada . .
Miss Bowyer, a long time ad-
vocate of Warren County His-
tory and Immediate Past Presi-
dent of the Warren County His-
torical Society, has a keen in-
terest in U.S. Tradition, History,
and Politics, which has developed
into the Governmental System
used today.
She is a frequent speaker at
Women's Clubs, Church and His-
torical Groups, where she speaks
on subjects of historical interest.
JOAN LA RUE daughter of Mrs. Raymond La Rue and the late
Mr. La Rue. Attended Waynesville schools until her senior year.
Graduated at Kettering High School and O.S.U. School of Music
before going. to Long Beach, California to teach. University of
Southern California School of Music presented her in a graduate
recital required for a masters degree with a major in trumpet.
She teaches music at Washington Junior High, is a member of the
Long Beach Symphony and Camerata Di Musici and is on the
staff of Arrowbear Music Camp.
The world's tallest known
totem pole weighs 57,000
pounds and is 160.feet tall.
It.. home is McKinleyville,
California and it was carved
from a tree ahou t 500 years
old.

Wayne Mone made the
loneeat continuous speech in
the Senate's history when he
talked against the Tidelands
on Bill on April 24th and
26th in 1953. He spoke for
24 hours 19 minutes before
.... uining his seat!
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Succeuful U. S. buainetsel
cWle fut. Over 90 per cent
of the company managements
described in detail in the
I a t est issue of Dun &
Bradstreet's Reference Book
of Corporate Managements
showed a change compared
with six months earlier. These
executives manage corpora-
tions which produce or
consume 80 per cent of all U.
S_ goods and services!

The Pentagon is the
world's most sprawling office
buUding. Its five stories have
a total corridor length of 17
miles and its mstaurants em-
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A Bibl e printed in
Glasgow, Scotland, in 190 I is
the s ma lIest on record .
Without the cover, this
mighty mite is 7 1I6-inch
thick. It contains 876 tiny
pages, 11/4 by 13/4 inches.
plus a magnifying glass in the
pocket of the cover with
which to read it.
Famed theologian Dr.
Oswald Hoffmann of raldio's
"The Lutheran Hour"
cautions fathers to remember
the wo'rds of St. Paul in the
Bible : "If you are angry, be
sure that it is not out of
wounded pride or bad
temper. Never go to bed
angry-don't give the devil
that sort of foothold."
To get more out of your
Bible, send 25 cents for a
booklet called "The Meaning
of Life" to : Room 220,
Lutheran Laymen's League.,
2185 Hampton Avenul!, St.
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as follows :
First Game
Leyes II - Kier , Bellman 21
Second Game
Hubbell 3 - Federle 9
Third Game
Sackett 12 - Simpson 5
Scores for June 18
First Game
Simpson 12 - Hubbell II
Second Game
Sackett 6 - Leyes 4
Third Game
Kier, Bellman 10 - Federle IS
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WAYNESVILLE
Church of Christ
Third & Miami St'eets
Ch.rles Pike.
10 : 00 a, m, . SunCI J' Morntn'g
6 : 30 p. m . . Sund EYen lng
6 : ;'0 P. m . . wedr tI., E.en ,n g
Phone 89 7 4462 '0 ' 'nf o rmat lon
First Baptist Church
Non h MaIO
Jo h n P, O\borne, Pastor
10: 00 . m. Sund'y SChOOl
11 . OOa. m. Mo rn ,nqWors"' . p
6 : )0 P. m . . Traini ng Uni o n
7 : 30 p. m.' E veni ng Wor\h ,p
7: 30 P. m .. w ednesday Pra ye,
Meeting
( Aff,lIat e d with Souther" B a p.
!I \1 Conventi o n)
First Church of Christ
152 High Street 89 ' 4786
Keith Frasure, Minister
Bible School 9 : 00 A .M .
Worship 10: 00 A.M.
Evening 7 : 00 P.M.
Friends MeetinQ
Fourt h Street near High
9 : 30 a. m.' Sunday SchOol
10: 45 a.m.' Sunday Meeting for
WO"hi p (unprogramed)
St. Augustine Church
High Street
Rey . Joseph H . Lutmer. Pastor
7 a.m. & II a.m. ' Masses
8 a.m. & 8 p. m . . HOly Days
7: 30 p. m. ' Forst Friday
7 : 45 a. m . . Daily Mass
5 : 30 p. ,:, .. Saturday Mass
St. Mary's Episcopal
Church
Th i rd & Maon Streel s
Rev . Harold Deet n R
11 : 15 a. m. - M o rn ing ,:l raye r
1st. 3rd & 5th SU' da ys;
H o l y Communi on 2nd & 4th
Sunday,
United Methodist
Church
ThIrd & N o rt h Str eet s
L. Young. M inI st er
9 : 00 a. m . . Cn u, ch SChOOl
) 0 : 1 5 a,m. ChurCh st WorS h Ip
6 : 00 p.m.' J, . & Sr . Youln
F ellow Sh iP
Full Gospel Tabernacle
R . 3 . Ferry Rd .
Re" . Sherman Coo k , Pc'nt o,
10: 30 a.m. ' Sun da y Sc hOOl
7 : 00 p,m. Sunday Eve. Serv ice
7: 30 P. 'T1. , Wedne,day E ve.
Servi ce
7 : 30 p. m. Sat. Eye. Serv ice
First Church of God
4'1 S. Maon SI' eel
Carl A . Pierce
'1:30 a. m . . Sunday Schaal
10: 30 a. m . ' Morning W o r!.tH ("I
6 : 30 p . m . Youth FellowshiP
1: 00 o. m .. Sunoa Y evenlnq
7: 00 o.m . . wednesday eyenlng
CORWIN
Pentecostal Holiness
Church
Walter L Lamb, Pastor
10: UO a. m . . Sunday
7 : 30 p. m .. Sunday. Wednesday
and Saturctay Evening
Wo r Ship Services
7: 30 p. m. Wedne,day Youth
Se- r vlce
MT. HOLLY
United Methodist
Church
R ev . Leo nard Baxter
9 : 30 a. m .. Sunday School
11 : 00 a. m .. Su nday Worship
Service
7: 30 P. m . . WedneSday. Prayer
Serv ice
HARVEYSBURG
Friendship Baptist
Church
Southern Baptist Convention
NOr man Meadows, Pastor
'1 : 30 a. m . Sunday School
10: 30 a. m.' Sunday Mornong
WorShip
7: 30 p.m. Sunday EYenlng
SerVice
7: 30 p. m. ' Wednesday Midweek
Prayer and Bible Study
Jonahs Run Baptist
Church
OhIO 73 East
10: 00 a. m .. Sunday School
10: 00 & II : OO-a. m. Sunday
Warshi p Service
7: 30 P. ""' Sunday Evening
Wo rsh l O
United Methodist
Church
DaVi d Harper , Past o r
9 : 30 a.m. ' Sund, y enu,cn
Ser vice
10: 30 a.m .. Sunday SC hOO l
11 : 00 a. m .. Sunday War,hl P
Ser VIce
You th FeliOWSl1l p a nC 81 b le
St udy
Harveysburo r- ... 11 Gospel
Church
1::": . Sou t f1 Stleet
Rev . Jack. Hamilton, Pdlitf.."
7: 3 0 p .nl T u eSd a y
7 : JO 0 I" . F' , d.t\ . V o "nl,
Pe OQIC'S SCI Vi ce
10: 0 0 d.1I 1, Slln Od y
7 : 00 p , m .. Sund,l y t.vCllolHl
SPRING VALLEY
United Methodist
Church
Walnut .
Robert R . Merejltt., Past o r
9 : 30 a. m. Sunday Scho--o i
lO: JOa. m. MornlngWofslliP
6: 30 p. m .. Youth Fellow,hlP
Jr . High & 5,. High
7 : 45 p. m .. Wed.1eday
Re hearal
Spring Valley Church
of Christ
Glady Street
10: 00 a. m . . Morning Wonhlp
7' 00 p. m . . Eyenlng Wo rshIp
8 : 00 p. m . . WedneSday EYenlng
Worhlp
Spring Valley
Friends Church
Mound Street
E. Friend Couse .. Pastor
9: 30 a. m . . Sunday SChOOl
10: 30 a. m .. Morning Worship
Christian Baptist Mission
Ma i n Street
Mrs. LOIS Dunaway, Pastor
10 a. m. Sunday School
11 a. m .. Morni ng Worshl p
7: 30 p. m. Eyening Wor,hip
7: 30 p.m .. Prayer Meeting
Wednesday & Thursday
7 : 30 p. m . . Son g-fest . Last
Saturday each month.
The MIAMI GAZETTE
DODDS
Free Pentecostal Church
of God
R.R. 122 Dodds. Ohio
Pastor, James Coffman
10: 30 a.m . Sunday
7: 00 p.m . Sunday Evangelistic
Service
7: 30 p. m .. Wednesday Pral/er

LYTLE
United Methodist
Church
JOhn K. Smith. Minister
9: 30 a. m . . Sunda'y Schoul
10: 30a. m. ' Sunday WorshIp
Service
8 : 00 9 : 00 p. m. Wednesday
Evening. Bible Study
CENTERVI LLE
The Centerville Firs,t
Pentecostal Church
1 7 3 E. Franklin Streel
Ray Norvell. Past o,
Gen c B ic kne ll , Ass ' l.
10: 00 a . m .. Sunday SC hll l)l
7 : 00. p. m. Sunday FVClllll q
7 : ) 0 p,m .. We dll c da y rVl' l\ lI H I
GENNTOWN
Genntown United Church
Of Christ
RC"u t e .11 (; en"l owll
qdY StP' .. .,e, , P.lSI OI
') Ill ,' \VO I Sh,p SCI V I LC
10 30 SUlld.lY enure l ) 5C I'oul
00 p . m , 5 und.lY YOII I "
F C rlOWS f llP
FERRY
Ferry Church of Christ
Wllmmgton Pike &
SOCial Row Road
Wiseman, Mmlt c r
9 : 00 a. m . . Sunday Bibl e SChOOl
10: 15 a.m. ' Su .lday Worshln
10: 15 a. m .. Sunday Vout h
WorhlO
7:00 P.M. Evening Service
7: 30 p. m . . Wednesc',y . MIdweek
PraYe r and Bibl e Study
RIDGEVILLE
Ridgeville Community
Church
51. Rt. 48 & Lower
Sprongboro Road
Ray L. Shelton, Paster
9 : 30 a. m . . Sunday S'. hool
10: 45 a,m . . Morning \JVorslllp
7:30 p. m. ' Sunday Eyenong
Service
7: 30 p. m. ' Wednesday EYenlng
wrvice
5: 30 p. Ill. . Sunday Sr . youth
Recreat i on
6:30 p.m.' Sunday Sr . Y outh
Services
This Church Page Is Sponsored For You Through The Courtesy Of The Following Area Mercrumts
WAYNESVILLE NATIONAL BANK
WAYNESVILLE, OHIO
ELLIS SUPER VALU
WAYNUVILLE, OHIO
June 21, 1972
011' IlS
REBECCA PERKINS
Rebecca Perkins, age 92, of
R. R. 2 WayneSVille died Satur-
day at the Lebanon Nursing
Home.
She was a member of the
Pentecostal Holiness Church.
Survived by three daughters
Mrs. Alice Coffman of Waynes-
ville , Mrs. Myrtle Collins of Flor
ida and Mrs. Pansy Collins of
Dayton, 37 grandchildren, 64
great grandchildren, one great
great grandchild, and several
nieces and nephews.
Funeral services will be held
2 P.M. Thursday June 22 at
Dodds Pentecostal Church. In-
terment Miami Valley Memory
Gardens. Visitation Wednesday.
after 3 P.M. at the Church.
Stubbs-Conner ' Funeral Home
Waynesville in charge of arrange-
ments.
JAMES A. CARLISLE
James. A. Carlisle. age 83, of
273 Balmoral Drive, Kettering,
formerly of New Burlington,
died Saturday at the Veterans
Hospital after a lengthy illness.
He was a retired machinist
from Delco Products Division of
General Motors. Veteran of
WW I, 57 year member of An-
thony Lodge No. 455 F&AM
Springfield.
Survived by his wife Myrtie,
one daughter Mrs. Irvin (Ruth)
Minnich of Kettering, one sister
Mrs. Eugene (Mary) Lomax of
South Carolina, several nieces
and nephews.
Funeral services were Tues-
day at 2 P.M. at the Stubbs-
Conner Funeral Home, Waynes-
ville. Rev. L. L. Young officiated.
Intennent Miami Cemetery.
JOHN J. BURSKE
John J. Burske, age 75, of
R. R. 2 Waynesville died sud-
denly Thursday June 15th at
Kettering Memorial Hospital.
He was a member of the
United Methodist Church, Way- .
nesville Senior CHize 50 year
member of Masonic Lodge No.
163 F&AM. 54 year member
Miami Chapter OES No. 107,
Scottish Valley of Dayton. I
Prece!!ded in death by one
daughter Mrs. Bonita Strouse.
Survived by his wife Marydell,
one daughter Mrs. Dale E. Duf
fee of Dayton, ' two sisters Mrs.
Helen Cox of Moscow, Ohio,
Miss Alice Burske of Los. Angeles,
California, three brothers Wil-
liam of Norwood, Fred of Pisgah,
and Richard of Florida. five
grandchildren, three great grand
children, and several nieces and
nephews.
Funeral services were held at
2 P.M. Monday at the Stubbs-
Conner Funeral Home. Rev. L. L.
Young officiated. Interment Mia-
mi Valley Memory Gardens.
STUFF STORE ..
107 S. Main Street
Waynesville
Antiques Furniture
Dishes Lawn Mower - Tools
Bicycles Clothes "
Open Every Friday - Sunday
12 - 8
SERVING
ALL
FAITHS
STUBB'S-CONNER
FUNERAL
'HOME7
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24 HOUR
AMBULANCE SERVICE
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STEVE CONNER DIRECTOR
I 897-5966 1
185 N. MAIN WAYNESVILLE
Ii -Rite Carpet &. Ii Ie
140 So. Main St.
Waynesville, Ohio 45068
Phone 8975511
Open 6 Days a Week 9-5
MIAMI GAZETTE
NEED CARPET? BUY ATBI-RITE
A. V. McOoud -
, Azzo Roark
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June 21,1972
t WANT ADSI'
HAVE SELL POWER
:FOR SALE
HOTPOINT elect range $40 - Fr191-
dalre refrlg $40 - 500 Ib che5t type
freezer $90 - ali In gd cond - call 897-
7721 after 6 p.m. (25cl)
1960 MG MAGNETTE - $125 - 897-
6021 ilfter 5 p.m. (22NCTF)
SERVICES
HAY BALING - call Mike Jone5 897-
5330 ' (24c2)
HOUSES FOR SALE
FOR SALE - 2 bdrm house w/flre-
place and full basement & 1 car gar-
age - 546 North St. - call 897-5680
(24c2)
LOST
LOOSE YOUR little dog? vicinity &
time of Waynesville Country Fair -
call 897-7581 (25cl)
LOST - male Irish Setter dog - color
red - injured right paw - answers to
Finn - lost Thursday - reward - 897-
4893 or 293-4121 ext . 7 (25cl)
LOST - somewhere In Waynesville -
full grown female tiger cat - phone
897-7091 or 897-4856 (24NCTF)
WANTED TO RENT
WANTED TO RENT - 3 bdrm house -
w/garage - close to Waynesville - will -
Ing to lease for 1 year - phone 897-
2946 (25cl)
HELP WANTED
WANTED Typist to learn typesetting
must type minimum of 70 WPM -
part time - apply In person at Miami
Gazette office - 105 S. Main St..
Wayne5vllle or phone 897-5921 for
appointment (23TFNC)
APT FOR RENT
FOR RENT - 4 rms & bath down-
stairs apt - heat & water furnished -
no children - call Phyllis Hartsock -
897-47 91 (24TFJ
GARAGE SALES
GARAGE SALE - from 6 families
409 N. 5th Street. Waynesville -
other items added - picture frames -
antiques - clothlng - toys - furnltu<e -
& other misc items - Fri Sat & Sun
June 23-24-25 10 a.m. to 8 p.m.
(25cl)
MALE HELP WANTED
PART-TIME PARK WORK
ResponSible positions for persons in-
tercsted In parks_ - Daytime. evenings.
or weekends. Residents South -6f
town important. Experience in any
of the foilowing valuable: construc-
tion, land development, outside work,
forestry, or park planning. Call or
send experience to Centerville-Wash-
In9ton Park District, 2222 Arbor
Blvd., Dayton, Ohio 45439, 294-
4000 (24c2)

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The MIAMI GAZETTE
Sell.ill
Sellit
lIeml un Clot, Ihll he. din, "'. ,un
f'" .nel may 'un up 10 4 weelt.
.. "." gneened. SH .d by", .. 011
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hll III hl ;1I11- hdllw Will! cllpy as yllti' wOlild like III see it
SUNBEAM floor scrubber and
pol isher - electric - asking $ 10 -
897-5108 24
app,';n III 11l l' "Sdl -II'- (",!tlllll1. nli s cllllll11l1 is rl'scrved fur
IlUIl-l'l)lllillcr':IJI. privJI,' Illdlvldllab llllly. All musl he
pri,cd. Thi s S,' IVIl',' is FREE f',)111 111l' Ga/cll,' . Nu phone calls.
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All ads ,'alkd in will aUll'l11ali.:;lIly gll in Classified Ads
and will be l'hargcd a':':lHdil1gly . Brin!! lIT mail (his blank wilh
your ad IU Ihe Cuclle llftj.:" . P. O. Bllx 7X. Waynesville. Uhin.
1966 FORD Galaxie 5001 - new
tires' - $625 - 897-5247 23
rOPY: ________________________________ __
HEAVY duty go-cart - $50
897-5347 23
FOR SALE - One wheel Trailer
with double hitches - $25 - call
897-6158 :22
OTHER LANDS TOIUGH
ON DRUNK DRIVERS
PHONE NUMBER
A drunk driver fac.es the
firing squad in San Salvador.
He is taken 20 miles out of
town and forced to walk
home, under escort. in
Turkey. In Sweden, he gets a
summary jail term on his first
Your name and address should accompany your ad for our files .
It does not need to be published.
offense.
Apparently many other
the threat
from drinking
and d r i v i n'g
more seiriously
than we do in
the United
States. This is
in spite of
most dramatic examples of
this occured in Cook County.
lllinois, in 1971. The county
Traffic Court initiated a get
tough policy for drunk driv-
ing convictions which called
for a minimum seven day jail
term and the loss of driving
privileges for one year .
period of 1970. There were
23 fewer deaths in those
months than in 1970 and 36
fewer than in the same period
of 1969.
The Consumers Insurance
lnformation Bureau urges
citizens to demand enactment
of strong traffic laws and to
insist on strict enforcement
by police and the courts.
Puri.b figures which
show that half of all highway
deaths are caused by alcohol
related accidents in this
country.
At the end of the first
three months, highway deaths
in Cook County had dropped
32 percent from the sa:ne
r
!
S300
annual
subscription
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The Consumers Insurance
Information Bureau, spon-
sored by the National Associ -
ation of Insurance Agents,
notes that most stat4es now
have laws defining a drunk
driver 88 one whose blood-
alcohol content reach,es 0.10
percent. Some 15 states still
permit drivers to be legally
sober up to a limit of 0 .15
percent.
THE MIIII 61ZEIIE
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NAME
P.O. BOX 78
WA YNESVI LLE. OHIO 45068
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CITY
STATE
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According to the CIlB,
where drunk driving laws are
strictly enforced by the
police and courts the inci -
dence of fatal accidE!nts de-
clines shuply. One of the
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TEACH YOUR CHILD TO HANDLE MONEY
Traininll in the delicate art
of handling money can't be
started too soon. Here are a
few good rules.
1. A regular allowance.
Even e modest amount,
received at regular intervals,
helps a child learn the ABC's
of regular income
management and gives him
tht: sense of independence
that comels with being able to
buy some small items on his
own . This fixed amount
should be something he can
depend on; if you withhold
part of his allowance
regularly WI punishment, you
may be defeating this
purpose. For the same reason,
be firm about not giving
un-earned extra allowance.
2. Th,e importance of
credit. are times,
however, when a child may
need extnl moOney in addition
to his rel1llar allowance: Just
u you may make purcbuea
on the iIutallment plan or
borrow from.. bank .. You'll '
be teaching a very valuable
lesson- how to borrow
responsibly-if you let him
borrow on future allowance
and then hold him to the
responsibility of paying it
opportunities that demand
substantial amounts of cash,
it's a good idea to have $500
or at least $200 in travelers
checks right at home . Put
them in a safe place and keep
back. But if you find it's ..... - __ ....., .......""' ...
taking a long time to repay
the debt, don't hesitate to
wipe it out. The next time he
borrows from you he may do
better-and that's what
training is all abou t!
3. Your example. One of
the strongest factors in your
chit d 's training in money
management will be the
example you set him. Do you
tend to rely heavily on credit
cards and charge accounts
even when you have the cash? 1------...;..--..:..:;;.;... .....
Does your family budget
provide a realistic balance
betw1!en cash for day-to-day
needs, including emergencies,
and money banked in either a
.. vin. or cbeckinl .c:eount?
To deal elfecU.ely wilh
.udden and
track of their serial numbers
because-unlike cash-they
are quickly refundable if lost
or stolen. First National City
Travelers Checks are recom-
mended since they are avail-
able through most banks, can
be used in millions of places
everywhere, and are refund-
able "on the spot" in more
locations (30,000) than any
other travelers check.
4. Salling. Open a savin
account in his name, and let
him keep the pasabook so he
can watch the totall increase.
A word of warning from
the financial espen. : don't
inaiat that i younpter of any
ace save a larce Illee of hil
allowance. He needa practice
in .. ndinl _ well u in
.. Yinl'
THUR. JUNE 22 THRU TUES. JUNE 27
WOMEN SO HOT
WITH DESIRE
THEY MELT THE
CHAINS THAT
ENSLAVE
EM!
lashed to I terrible
mlChlne tbal maims
lender bodies
Ind cripples llneallil.
v .... minds.
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Angles Hard As They Come
28 LUCKY BUCK NITE
CARLOAD--JACKPOT
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perry & derrick
Paint Sale
REG $9.25 gal.
Latex
Oil Base
House Paint
NOW
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FAIRlE Y HAROWARE ...
WAYNESVILLE OHlo
p 897-2951
When you look at a peaceful
green leaf, do you ever stop to
think how busy it is?
From such a little factory
comes every ounce of sugar and
every ounce of starch in the
wor.ld. Every pound of rubber,
cotton and linen, silk and wool
come from it directly or indirec
tly. All of our foods of animal
origin, like milk and butter, eggs
and poultry, cheese, beef, pork,
and mutton came from it indir-
ecity. All our spices and all our
beverages are direct products.
The timber we use to build our
houses and to bum for fuel was
manufactured here. Also every
ton of coal we dig from the
earth was made here millions of
years ago. This is only a partial
list and isn't it amazing.
The perfect days of June
provide the blue sky , bright sun
shine and warm air fo r the green
leaf process. Roots bring moi s-
ture from the soil and the air
supplies carbon dioxide gas. Un
der these conditions and with
these raw materials, the plant
chlorophyll goes to work. It
manufactures sugar to feed the
growing parts of the plant and
releases into the air , left over
oxygen, so vital to other forms
of life.
When the growing season is
over, the sugar that is left is
stored, either as is, in the form
of starch, or as an oil; in various
parts of the plant and in the
seeds. From these wte get many
thousands of tons of oil a year,
like cottonseed oil, com oil and
soy bean oil.
Perhaps the biggest favor the
leaves do is to produce protein
from the nitrates in the soil. Pro
tein derived from meat is "se-
cond hand".
We go one step further and
fmd the many useful drugs that
have their origin in plants. Qui
nine comes from a tree in Peru .
Bella Donna comes from the lea-
ves uf a nightshade plant. Digi-
taili s is offered by the Foxglove
and a great help to heart patient s.
We also daim from plants -
food seasonings and wonderful
perfumes. And a grand bonus -
Vitamins. They are stored in
juicy fruits like tomatoes, ap-
ples, and oranges, in leafy vege
tables like spinach , lettuce, cab
bage , and celery, and in many
seeds like what , oats, and rice .'
These seeds should not be pol-
ished , however, but the whole
seed eaten, for the vitamins, like
the proteins, are stored mainly
on the surface of the seed. When
the surface is taken off, little but
starch is left. So - we should
eat whole wheat bread, rolled
oats, unpolished rice, and as
many fresh raw fruits and vege-
tables as possible. Besides - they
taste good! Thanks to the green
leaves of plants, working all three
shifts and especiaUy hard this
month.
Announcing the opening of 8 Veterinary Office
. In Waynesville
Dr. S. C. Miller
Graduated from Wilmington.High School 1966
College of Veterinary Medicine Ohio State June 1972
Dr. Miller will be doing large and small animal work
Office located 2 miles west of S. R. 42 on S. R. 73
Please call 897-6991 for appointment
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885-5453
152 W. Franklin Street, Centerville, OhIO
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June 28, - Waynesville. Ohio
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Ground Breaki ng .elspaper Trophy
C

old , has received a tr ophy from
.
Hid the Dayton Daily News .
. erelD 0 n I es e
Several ptople . were on hand
Sunday June 25th at '2: 30 p.m.
for - groundbreaking
for the new First Church of God.
The building will be located
ncar the intersection of Lytle
and Ferry Roads.
Board members were on
hand for the celebration.
, Wulfer (Pop) Green has spent
many years doing God's work in
the First Church of God.
Carl A. p,astor, and his
wife lived in t-he Waynes
ville vicinity for several years.
He's on fire for the Lord and
would like to invite you to his
services.
Church members were also on
hand for the groundbreaking.
The present church is now
on Main Street until their new
une is completed.
The congregation !Ind their
Pastor wuuld like to welcome
anyone whu needs a house of
worship.
'Success will prevail for this
small but mighty congregation
of worshipers.
DEADLINE NOTICE -
Due to the Fourth of July Holiday next week, all displ.lY and
classified advertising and news releases MUST be in our office no
later than 6:00 P.M., Friday. June 30th to appear in Vol. 4 No. 27
of the Miami Gazette, Thank You.
ed the trophy to Bellman.
The trophy was :10 awa rd in
a recent promotional achieve
ment ending May 21, 1972.
Bellman received the trophy
for securing the most new cus
tomers within a limited period
of time . He also received an
identificati on bracelet fu r his
achievement .
He was a newspaperboy [or
twenty-three months but quit
his position because of school
activities.
Bellman has been a substitute
on a route for the past week.
Things have changed since
Bellman qUit his route on April
the 30th. The Dayton Daily
News now permits girls to carry
routes. They could reaDy give
the boys some competit ion.
Young Bellman was very
grateful for his award, one of the
many niee things that he received
while he was a Dayton Daily
News carrier. His customers
made this award possible.
Mr. Alan Hensley a distri ct counselor for the Dayton Daily News
is shown presenting newspaper trophy tu Gary Dal e Bellman.
The trophy was an award fur a recent promotiunal achievement.
Buckeye Girls' Siale Held
Campaign slogans, songs and
promotion of all types have been
the scene at the Ohio American
Legion Auxiliary's 26th Annual
Session of Buckeye Girls' State.
The Federalist and Nationalist
Parties, the mythical two party
system, has se, the campus of
Capital University in motion as
elections and appointments of
city, county and state govern-
ment have been conducted.
Miss Phyllis Ann (arter whose
home address is R. R. 2, Way-
nesville, Ohio has been appuint
ed to the office uf Fire Chief.
Miss Carter resides in the cit)'
of Finley , Demarest County, be-
longing to the Nationalist party
of Girls' State. By practical par -
ticipation she with 1250 uthe!
girls are facing the f u net iun sand
problems of government as well
as rights, duties and responsi
bilities of American citizenship.
Each of the girls hulds ah office
on une uf the three government
levels actually carrying uut he!
specific duties.
(Continued on Page 2)
Old Landmark In Waynesville
An evangelistic missiolil3ry meeting was established by Reverend Knowles Shaw, the "Singing Preacher"
in the spring of 1869. From that meeting the First Church of Christ was founded and a frame church
constructed on High Street in 1876. Reverend Keith Frasure now serves the congregation. The church
. has undergone extensive repairs in the past few years.
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THE MIAMI GAZETTE
P. o. BOX 71, WAYNESVILLE PHONE 897 5921
Mary Bollman
Phillip Morgan
Vicki Hilton .
Tho V.lley Shopper, Inc.
Editor
. . Advertising Mana,er
Alit. Adve rtlslnjl ""anager
. . . . . publishers
Girls' State
(Continued from Page 1)
MissCheryl Ann Hamm, R. R.
3. Waynesvi ll e has been elected
to the office of City Board of
Education.
Miss Hamm resides in the city
of Sullivant. Schmelzer County.
Ibelonging to the Federalist par
... ________ ......, ______________ .... ty of Girls' State.
Some like the third
Some Like the fourth
We like them both
Happy Hoi iday!
The library will be closed on Monday, Tuesday,
3rd & 4th of July
4th STREET WAYNESVILLE, OHIO PH. 897-4826
As the 1972 Girls' State ses
sion ended Sunday . June 25. a
tot al of 22 .768 girls have ac
tively p<l rti cipated in the Ohio
American Legion Auxiliary's lar
gest project which is designed
to introduce and educate the
citizen of tomorrow in our form
of Democrary.
Phyllis is the daught er of
Allie D. Carter, Jlr. Her com
munity and school actiVities
have included the following:
Secretary of Junior Class, two
year member of National Honor
Society, Member of Waynesville
United Methodist Church. sings
in the choir, officer in
Group , Secretary of Council of
Ministries. member of Girl
Scouts for 9 years, and has reo
ceived the God and Community
,........ ___ -.: . . Award. She was sponsored by
l
OU 0 5 N 5 U OS American Legion Auxiliary Unit
Self Service Laundry No. 615. Waynesville.
NORTH MAIN STREET. WAYNESVILLE Cheryl is the daughter of
MAYTAG WASHERS - OPEN 24 HOURS James R. Hamm. community
RAP I 'K LEE N t: A R WAS H activities have included member
It AUTOMATIC WASH" WAX 51.00
HANP.B,GVS - OPEN 24 .HOURS _ _ _ of the Waynesville United Me
.---.... thodist Church) majorette in the
Tom Workman Graduates
From Harvard U
Walt er Thomas Workman was
a recent graduate of the 1972
class of Harvard University in
Cambridge , Massachuset ts.
[n Class Day Ceremonies,
Tom, as charister, sang the ode
to the class.
Mr. and Mrs. Don Workman ,
Sr. , and daughter , Susan, of
Waynesville, Ohio, and Mr . and
Mrs. Dun Workman, Jr. , of Ne
wark. Ohio were in attendance
at the ceremonies.
Named to "Personalities of
the South"
Mrs. Frank E. Hess. of Maine-
ville. has received word that her
son Dr . Andrew Charles Bowl
ing. Associate Professor uf Theo-
logy at John Brown University
Siloam Springs. Arkansas . has '
been named to appear in the
1972 edition uf "Persona lit ies
ur the Suuth". a Whuse Whu of
outstanding and di stinguished
citizens uf the South.
Dr. Buwling graduated from
the University of Cincinnati with
high hunurs in 1957: attended
Dallas Theologi ca l Semenary
twu years: 'attended Brandeis
University in Boston; received
his Ma. in 1960 aM his PhD.
in 1962. He taught history and
humanities at the Hagazian Col
lege and the American University
in Beriute , Lebanon for seven
years. While in Lebanon he
worked with the American Arch
elogicar SOciety and In' the sum
mer of 1968 he was a member of
the Archelogical Expedition to
Heshbon, Jordon.
Dr. Bowling is a member of
Phi Beta Kappa ; the Benton
County Republican Executive
Committee; a published author ,
and in 1971 he appeared in
"Community Leaders of Amer
ica", a publication in recognition
of past achievements to com
munity , state and nation. He and
hi s wife Donna Weathers Bowl
ing have three sons David , Steven
and Mark.
THE NELL
N SUR AN CE
1891 AGENCY
Waynesville High School Band,
4-H member, MYF member, and
a member of the National Honor
Society.
She was sponsoJed by Ameri
can Legion Auxiliary Unit No.
615, Waynesville. Her cospon
sors were Lions Club Progreso
WOOlens Club, Rotary Club,
and O.C.C.L. Cradles to College
group.
HARVEYSBUftG
By Mlrjeln Prioe
Ph. 891-81112
The Missionary Circle of
Jonahs Run Church met at the
home of Mrs. Fred Day of near
Clarksville Wednesday afternoon.
Mrs. Marie Gray of Dayton
spent the weekend with her dau-
ghter and soninlaw Mr. and
Mrs. Charles Beck.
Mrs. Lewis Hoagland , Betty,
Johnnie and Jody and Mrs. Jane
Perkins visited Mr. and Mrs. Wil
liam Reeves of Ashland, Ohio,
Sunday.
Ronnie Brooks, formerly of
Harveysburg visited Mrs. Lucy
Price Monday ev,ening.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Ellison
and family attended services
. Sunday at th4! Silver Grove
Church near Fort Ancient.
Ralph Brandtenburg and Mrs.
Wanda Fisher of Lebanon were
Saturday evening supper guests
of Mr. and MT!' . Robert Brand
enburg.
"Chip" Ellison, Kevin George
and Wanda Shutts have taken
COMPLETE FAMILY employment at Camp Kirkwood
OR BUSINESS INSURANCE for the summer.
Ph. '897.4956 The Prayer and Bible study
group met TIlursday morning
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n
esv.i.lI .. e., 0 .... _______ at the United Methodist Church.
GroundBreaking Pict"res
(Continued from Page 1)
Members of church
NOTICE
W aynes"ille Floral Co.
During Week of July 3rd to July 12
Please Call Darlene Lamb
897-2543
For Your Floral Needs
From The Porch
FRIENDS HOME NEWS
By Nellie Bunnell
Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Retallick
of Stubbs Mill Road, Lebanon
visited the Home on Saturday
also called "Quaker Heights".
Mrs. Jessie Robitzer had a
fall on Sunday evening and broke
her arm. She is in Clinton Mem
orial Hospital.
Alyeen Stump together with
her father and brother Donald
Mainous spent the weekend in
Detroit. Michigan.
Mr. and Mrs. Rhodes Bunnell
of Williams Road Wilmington
were Home visitors on Saturday.
Boosters Softball Scores
Games played Sunday June
25th resulted in the following
scores:
First Game
Simpson 10 - Federle 6
Second Game
KierBellman 7 - Sackett 15
Third Game .
HubbeU 12 - Leyes 6
Real Estate Tax Bills'Mailed
Warren County Treasurer Rus
sell Dumford reports that the
bills 'for the second half [971
real estate tax have been mailed.
Anyone who does not receive a
tax bill within a reasunable len
gth of time should contact the
Treasurer's office by letter or'
phone . Lebanon 932-9015 or
Franklin 432-5739.
The ueadline fur payment
without penalty will again be
July 20. A 10% deadline is im
posed by law if payment is not.
received or postmarked by mid-
night of this date.
In addition to a 10% penalty,'
the 10% reduction will be rein
stated in accordance with the
new tax law passed year, if
payments arc not received or
postmarked by midnight of the
above date.
PAINTING
Irlterior & Exterior
Dry Wall Repair
RON JONES
513-897-8136
eH'URH-
HUNTING?
Looking for a
live growing church? Like music?
How about messages that open the
Bible to see what God says?
Do you have children?
High school students?
Want to help change the world?
Come This Sunday
FERRY CHURCH OF CHRIST
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SOCIAL ROW AT WILMINGTON PIKE
COURIERS QUARTET COMING WITH RUSS MARTIN
SUNDAY MORNING JULY 9TH
MAKE PLANS TO BE PRESENT
The Southland Gospel Couriers have been called one of the outstanding sing
ing groups of this generation! The Joe Wrights and the Mike Campbells have
left spl endi d business positions in Lexington. Kentucky and moved to Joplin,
Mi ssouri , headquarters 'of Revival F ires to go full time with this tremendous
far reaching ministry. All four of the Couriers are out of the Wayne Smith
led. terrific, Southland Chr istian Church of Lexington, Kentucky. All four
have great dedication and a most effective witness to make in song. Music is
called "The Language of the Soul" , and they speak that language with eloqu
ence and excellence. The Southland Gospel Couriers have sung with blessing
all over the Southland, and now expand their witness to millions via Revival
Fires TV and in Rallies all over the land. The Couriers have been featured in
County Fairs and in auditoriums with the Statesmen Quartet , the Blackwood
Quartet, and many others this past year .
The end of your search for a friendly Bible believing church
WORSHIP WITH US ON THE LOIID'S DAY
Bible School 9: 15 (Cluses for all ages)
Morning Worship 10: 20 (Services for all ages)
. Youth Meetings 6 : 00 (Classel for all ages)
Evening Worship 7 :00
Mid week prayer and bible study Wednelday 7 : 30
THE END OF YOUR SEARCH
FOR A FRIENDLY CHURCH
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901 Stanwood 01 .. Lebanon. Ohio
Phon e 897. 7801
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STENGERS FORD. IfIC.
i, .
,Hartman ACCept8cfto
.Winona State College
Mark David Hartman of Way
nesville. a senior at Clearcreek
o High School . has been accepted
for admission 10 Winona State
College.
To date. Winona State has
accepted nearly 675 freshman
student applications for the com
ing acadell1ic year. 'The college
registrar expects at least 5:!5
more by this fall. Classes begin
September 21 .
Hartman is the son of Mr . and
Mrs. Raymond T. Harfman, R. R.
2 Utica Road, Waynesville.
CARLOS RICE
WINDOW WASHING
SERVICE
8974120 (home) - 8974128
Waynesville
CALL FOR FREE ESTIMATE
HUBBELL'S
BARBER SHOP
. Will be eloted Monday 3rd
Tuesday 4th of July
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AND FUN ' TO DO WITH
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You can make your
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LUM8E R
COMPANY
Ph, 897-2966
Mr. and Mrs. Harold B. Earnhart will celebrate their Golden Wedding Anniversary on Wednesday June
the 28th. The wuple were married on Wednesdav June 28th. 1922. Thev were married at the h.)me of.
the bride's mother in Corwin. The bride was the former Mary Josephine Harlan and the couple was
married by Reverend D. P. Holt of the Methodist Church in Waynesville. They were married twice in the
same day . After they were pronounced man and wife, the groom pulled the ring from his pocket and
said "What do I do with this?" So, the minister promptly performed the marriage again. this time with
the ring. The couple will have no observance for the occasion. They are the parents of three children.
Mrs. Naomi Ellen Bachert of Franklin, Ohio and Dr. Harold Harlan Earnhart of Colfox. Wisconsin and
Mrs. Ruth Eva Welch of Gunnison. Colorado. They have eleven grandchildren. and one great grandchild.
A framed invitation of their wedding was a gift of her sister Mrs. Minerva Hough and family. Congratu
lations to the Earnharts on their 50th anniversary.
Bradley'. Lawn Mower ond Small Motor Repair
WENDELL BRADLEY, SR., OWNER
Hints to Reduce Your
Summer Electric Bill
If you want to reduce your
elel:tric bills this summer , which
is a period of high usage. the
Dayton Power and Light Com-
pany offer s these suggestions:
For those who have air con
ditioners , select a moderate tem
perature setting rather than
"maximum cool ". Each degree
colder adds tll operating wst.
You I:an also reduce your air
conditioner' s work load by dos
ing draperies or blinds to keep
out bright sunlight. Be sure auk
space is well ventilated.
Use vent fans in kitchen, bath,
and laundry to exhaust excess
heat and humidity .
Use yuor automatic washer
for full loads. whenever possible.
Cold water laundering saves hot
water.
Permanent oress fabrics need
no ironing and only a "warm"
setting on the dryer. While the
iron is hot do all the ironing you
can.
Avoid frequent or prolonged
opening of refrigerator. Freezer
section should be set to main
tain zero degrees, not below.
When operating your dish
washer , rinse and hold dishes
until you have a full load.
Cook in covered pots and
pans at lower heat. Use oven to
bake or roast several things at
one time . When no one is wat
I:hing television, t urn off the set.
DP&L has calculated that a
leadlllg hot water faucet drip-
ping every second would lose
2.500 gallons of water per year.
Therefore. it is wise to fix the
faul:et immediately.
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FOR SAFETY'S SAKE: USE YOUR HEAD
Why wear a helmet? In
sports it could prevt'nt a st'ri
ous injury!
If your head strikes a .hard
surface in a fall of only 32 to
36 incht's , the impact may be
sufficient to fracture the skull
and cause a massive brain
concussion.
If an object , such as a
hockey stick, strikes your
head, the force behind the
blow does not need to be
grellt to cause extensive dam
age since the impact is con
centrated in one small area.
Sports related head injuries
happen; but wearing a well
fitted and welldesigned hel
met, molded from a quality
material, goes a long way in
helping to p,revent these in
juries . Of course, sound
safety practices also must be
present - at'all times!
Most helmets have a two
part protective system - a
hard outer Ishell and a soft
liner or suspension. The outer
shell resists the impact of the
b low, prev!!n ts penet ra tion
and absorbs or distributes the
shock. The remaining force is
distributed over the inner
liner.
M:.ny of today's protective
helmets - football, baseball,
hockey, motorcycle, etc.,
have sheBs molded from
o LEXAN polycarbonate, a
registered trademark of the
General Electric Company.
These helmets have extremely
high impacot Itrencth and reo
siliency, important criteria
for aafety.
From an impact stand
point, helmets molded from
LEXAN resin have been demo
onstrated to exceed current
impact standards established
by organizations such as the
American National Standards
Institute.
The LEXAN resin molded
shell is able to bounce back
into its original shape. Resili
ency becomes critical when
there is a possibility of more
than one impact. After all, if
the initial impact cracks the
outer shell, any following
impact could cause severe
damage to the head, as when
a motorcyclist is thrown into
a tree and then hits the
ground.
Th e Canadian Standards
Association, in an article pub-
lished in the Canadian Medi
cal Association Journal states.
"The ideal (hockey) ' helmet
should be able to protect the
playerS against blow. and
falls. The shell and the IUS'
penlion apparatu. oC the hel
met should be able to cushion
enoulh of impact oC CaU'
and blows to reduce the
transmitted aceelemUn. or
deceleratinll velocity ur the
head below the :lOrl!etper
second danger threshold and
below 42" pounds per square
inch . .. The helmet also
should be light," (helmet
shells molded from LEXAN
resin weighs about 20% less
than helmets molded of com
petitive materials), "and com
pact in size to avoid further
weigh t to an already top'
heavy human head and to
avoid shifting the center of
gravity upwards and forward
which could in turn increase
the sheer stresses and create a
whiplash effect."
The human brain is pro
tected by fluid and bone -
adequate for 'normal condi
tions. However, there is much
that can be done to insure
that under nontypical condi
tions - hockey, rootbaU.
motorcycling. etc . an accl
den t that shouldn!t have
happened doesn t ..
For a free copy or "Select
inl A ProtecUve Helmet"
write: PlMUcs Department,
Oeneml Electric Company,'
One PlUUcs AYeDue, Pitts-
fIa1d, ..... cb ... ua. 01201.
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Dear Editor :
Monday night some unscrup-
lous person dumped a ca t and
her half grown kittens at the
end of my lane.
I have never asked fur help,
although this good wmmunity
has been more than kind in of-
fering it during my recent mis-
fortune.
Neaces Celebrate
Anniversary
For the first time I appeal
to your readers tor help.
First to ask for good homes,
for these ni ce, friendly kittens
because I have enough of my
own to care for. The st rangers
are in good shape.
PICK-UP AND DELIVERY
AT THE MIAMI GAZETTE OFFICE
Clifton d(
(51l) "76145
Second to please give me the
license numbers of any car stop-
ping to drop animals. There is
a $200.00 fine for animal aban-
donment.
WAYNESVILLE. OHIO 45011
MEMBER
I can be reached evenings at
897-5836 if anyone has informa-
tion or homes to offer.
I hope this practice can be
stopped - the practice of selfish
and cowardly persons who shift
their responsibilities to others
who have more than they can
stand.
Thank you,
Martha Edmiston
EDITOR'S NOTE: -contact Mary
Bellman also at 897-5826
Mr. and Mrs. Loranzo Q. Neace celebrated their 21st anniversary
on Wednesday the 21st of June. Mrs. Neace is the former Ruby
Lamb and the couple were married in Richmond,lndiana in 1951
by Reverr.nd Goris, a Presbyterian Minister. A double wedding
was held, Mr. Cledus David Lamb, Jr., brother of Ruby and Lucy
Neace, sister of Loranzo were also married. Each couple signed
the others marriage licenses as witnesses. The Neace family reside
on New Burlington Road, R. R. 3, Waynesville. They are the par
ents of seven living children. Their oldest son, Eugene, died Feb
Births.
Mr. and Mrs. Ray Grooms
of Sterling Heights, Michigan are
announcing the birth of a dau-
ghter, Jennifer Lynna. She was
born June 15,7:00 A.M.
Maternal grandparents are
Mr . and Mrs. Harold Shrack of
Lakeview. Ohio, formerly of
Waynesville ..
ruary 19, 1972. Their other children include Mrs. Donna BeU
man, Mrs. Veronica Vipperman, Anthony, David, Robert, Milis
Dear Editor: si, and Edwin Joe. Congratulations to the Neace family.
I juijfnt to "take this ctp> .. -__ -_-_". __ -_._'<_ .. __ ______________ _
Congratulations to the
port unity to thank you for the
fine pUblicity that your news-
paper has given our school dur-
ing the past year. We have been
greatly appreciative of your
printing of news releases and
special items for our school.
Thank you very much. If
there is any way we can be of
service to you, please let us
know.
Sincerely,
Jerry E. Smith, Principal
Ridgeville Christian Schools
MORGAI'S
MARKET
OPEN 9 A.M. -10 P.M.
Waynesville Senior Citizens
will meet July 4 for a dinner
meeting at 12 Noon.
By
Grooms on the birth of their
first child and to the proud
grandparents, Maxine and Harold.

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American Red Cross Seeks
Aid for Disaster Victims
The American Red Cross is
asking for contributions to its
special disaster furd.
Eight Red Cross disaster
workers and the largest mobile
disaster unit the Dayton area
chapter owns, have been called
by Eastern Area Red Cross of
fice in Alexandria , Virginia for
work in the East Coast flooded
area.
If anyone in our area would
like \ 0 help the flood victims
they may se nd their contribu-
tion to the Red Cross office,
DaYlUn Area Chapt er, 370 West
First St.. Dayton, Ohio 45402
mark atte nti on : Disaster RelicI'.
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WAYNESVI LLE
Church of Christ
T hi r d & M . dr""\ , St r cet!.
Cnar lC\ P ' '' t:' . E"ar " CI \1
iI nl Sun!!.;' MOrn l n Q
{;, 30 O,rn, E "en1 r'<j
{, JO O. m . 'lIedr ad 1 f ,,(: n ,nc:;
89 , . .J4 t...2 I , n ' o ' marion
First Baptist Church
MJ "'"
JfJh tl D 1->.1 \1 0 1
I Q . 00 d m 5( nOOI
1 1 00 d , m Mo ,,' ,ny W Or \ h D
b )0 D.m, TI')ln,nq U n ion
7 ll;'t;n ,nq 'v"J(,qn,O
7 ) 0 p ,rn WCdne\ Oay P'dyCI
fileCltn y
( AII ,l ld l e c: w l lh Suu tnern Ba p.-
" \ ! ( , .nll(:ld,rJn)
First Church of Christ
I H'yn S t r,e t 8 9/ 4 78b
K eitt", Frasure, Min i st e r
Bibl e School 9 : 00 A.M.
Wo r,h i p 10 : 00 A. M.
Evenin g 7 : 00 P . M.
Friends MeetinQ
Fou r t h Sireet necH Hi g h
9 : 3011. m . Sunday SChOOl
10: 4 5 a. m . ' S unda y Meeting t or
Wo r \h, p lu n pr ogr amed)
St. Augustine Church
HI 9h Stree t
Re v. J o sep n H. LUI me, . Pa st or
7 a.m. & 11 a.m, . Maue \
8 d.m. & 8 p. m.' HOly Day\
7: 30 p . m . ' F It\t Friday
7: 4 5 a. m . . Dally Ma\s
5 . 30 p '7". , Sa t ur day Ma\S
St. Mary's Episcopal
Church
Tl1 tT d & Ma in Str eet \
Rev . H ar Ol d Dee t h, Rec t Or
II : 15 a. m .. Mo rni ng ,)raye,
l \ t . 3rd & 51n Sur day s;
HOly Co m m unIon 2n o & 4 th
Su nOays
United Methodist
Church
Tnlrd & North Street s
L. Yo ung. Minister
9 : 00 a,m. Cnur eh S chOOl
lO: 15. a,m .. Chur c n st Wo rSh i p
6 : 00 p. m, Jr . & 5, . YOut h
Fell o wShiP
Tht! Full Gospel Tabernacle
R. 3 Ferry Rd .
Rev. Sner man COOM, Pasl or
10: 30 a. m, Su n day Sc hOOl
7 : 00 p. m. S unday E ve. Servi ce
7 : 30 p. m. Wednesday Eve.
Serv i ce
7: 30 p. m. Sat. E .... e. Servi ce
First Church of God
49 S. Mdln
Carl A. Pierce
9 : 30 a.m . . Sunday Sc hoo,
10: 30 a, m . . Mo rn lnq Worsh."
6 : 30 p .rn Y outh FellowhlP
1: 00 O. m .. Sunday even,nq
7 : 00 o.m . . wednesday even i ng
CORWIN
Pentecostal Holiness
Church
Walter L. umbo PutQr
10; 00 a. m , . Sunday
7 : 30 p. m .. Sunday, WedneSday
and Saturday Evening
Worsh.o Services
7: 30 p. m. ' Wedne.day Youth
Sf" f VICe
MT. HOLLY
United Methodist
Church
Rev . Leo na' d Baxltr
9 : 30 a. m . SunClay SChOOl
11 00 d . m . Sunday W o r\nlp
Sel V Ice
7 30 p. ro . . Wednesday . Prayer
Serv Ice
HARVEYSBURG
Friendship Baptist
Church
So uthcrn Baot l st Co n .... ent lon
Ja mes Brown , Pastor
9 : 30 a. m. ' Sunday SChOOl
10: 30 d. m, . S unday M a r n'"g
Wo r \h, p
7: 30 p. m . . Su nda y E venl" g
Serv ice
7 30 p. m , . Wednesda y M,dwec k
Pr ayer and Bibl e Study
Jonahs Run Baptist
Church
u n lo 7 3 East
10 00 d . m . . Su nda y Sc houl
10: 00 & 11 . 0 Q. a. m . . Sunday
W Or \ 111 0 Ser v I c e
7: 30 p, m . . Sunday Evc n lllg
Won,h l D

Church
Da v I d Ha r pe r , Pastor
9 : 30 a, m .. Sunday C hul en
Serv ice
10: 30 a. m .. Sunday SChOOl
11 ' 0 0 a . m .' Sun day W o rSh i p
Ser v. ce
YOu t h FellOWShIP an c B i b le
S tud y
Harveysburg Full Gospel
Church
t::. Sou l n Strec t
Rev Ja Ck Ha n101tOI1 , r'aSH."
1 300. 111 T lJ esCS av
7 JO p ." . F, ' d .1\ . V C.U '''',
PeOPl e' \ Sc'v lc e
10: 00 <\ .'11. Sl l" Od V Scr10l'
7 ' 0 0 0. 111. Sllnd,l y t.v" """)
SPRING VALLEY
United Methodist
Church
Wa l n u t .
RObert R . M eled lth, Pa\t or
9 . 30 a, m. Sunday SChO") '
1 0 : JO a . m .. Morning
6 : 30 p . m . Youl h Fe ll o wSh i P
Jf. H lq h &. Sr , H I gh
7 : 45 P. m Wed" C\day ': h oll
Re h Cdr \ ,] 1
Spring Valley Church
of Christ
G idd y Str eet
10: 00 a. m .. Morning
7 00 P. m .. Even Ing Worshi p
8 ; 00 p . m . Wedne\day Evpnlng
WOf\h. p
Spring Valley
Friends Church
Mound Street
E. F"end Co user , Pa\tor
9 : )0 a. m . . Sunday Schoo(JI
10: )0 a. m . ' M o rning WorSh i p
Christian Baptist Mission
Main Street
Mrs. LOI\ Dunawot, Pastor
lOa. m . . Sunday SChOOl
11 ' . m . . Morning WorShip
7 ' 30 p . m , Evening WorShip
7 : 30 p. m.' Prayer Meetong
Wednesday & Thursday
7 : 30 p. m . . Song. fest. Last
Saturday each month.
The MIAMI GAZETTE
DODDS
Free Pentecostal Church
of God
R. R. 122 DOdds. Ohio
Pastor, James Coli man
10: 30 a. m, . Sunday School
7: 00 p. m. Sunday Evangel ist ic
Service
7 : 30 p. m .. Wednesday Prayer
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LYTLE
United Methodist
Church
John K. Smith, Minister
9 : 30 a . m . . Sunda'y Schaa l
10: 30a. m. Sunday W",sh, p
Service
8 : 00 9 : 00 p. m .. Wednc,d.y
Evening. albiC StUdy
CENTERVI LLE
The Centerville First
Pentecostal Church
173 E. Franklin Stree t
Ray Norvell , Past o r
Gene Bicknell, A ss'l,
\ 0 ' 00 a. m .. Sunda y 5( 1) 001
7 : 00 p. m . ' Su n day fvcnll1q
7, 30 p. m .. r ve n , ,,,,
GENNTOWN
Genntown United Church
Of Christ
R0u te ..J 2 ,It l.cnlltClwll
q J V 51, " " lCr . P ,H! O'
9 JO ..l m .. Wnr\hlp Scr VH.I'
10 30 S lI l1 (1JY C 1111I (, 1I SCI'UOI
00 p . l1l. .SlI IlOJY YOII I "
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FERRY
Ferry Church of Christ
W,lmlnqlOfl Plkt! &
SOC ial Row Ro ad
Bus Mtnls,tcr
9 : 00 a. "" . . Sunday alble SchOOl
10 : 15 a. m, . SU" da y Wors-h, p
10, 15 a,m. Sunday V OlJth
Warshl" _
7 : 00 P.M. Evening Service
7: 30 p. m . . Wednesc'lY . Midweek
Prayer and Blblc Study
RIDGEVILL[
Ridgeville Communit"
Church
SI. RI. 48 & Lower
Sp'lngboro Road
Ray L . Shelton, Past e. '
9 : 30 a . m.' Sunday So.hool
10; 45 a. m. - MOfnlnq 'WorSlllD
7 : 30 p.m . . Sunday Even,n9
Service
7 : )0 p . m, . Wedncsday Even Ing
service
P. m. .. Sunday Sr Y outh

b : 30 p. m. Sunday Sr . YOUlh
Services
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GOLDIE A. SHAFFER
Mrs. Goldi e A. Shaffer. age
79. of R. I Wayne sville died
Thur sday at ' the Hospitalit y
Home. Xenia,
She is survived by two sons.
Lester Shaffer of Waynesville.
Jnd Rur:ell McKee. Montgom-
ery . Ohio. one sister Mrs, Irene
Kai ser of Dayton, three grand-
seven great grandchil-
:lren. and several niel-es ,and nep
hews.
Funeral services were 2 p.llI .
Saturday at the Stubbs.conner
Funeral Home, Waynesville. Rev.
L. L. Young officiated. Inter-
ment Miami Cemetery.
MYRTLE M. KIRK
Mrs. Myrtle M. Kirk, age 83.
of 1090 Switzer Street , Green
vill e, Ohio, formerly of Harveys
burg, died Sunday at Wayne Hos
pital, Greenville, Ohio.
She is survived by her hus-
band Wilbur M. , two daughters,
Mrs. Charlotte Bolin of Dayton,
Mrs. Leah Quigley, Kettering,
one son Burns Thomas, one step-
son Kenneth Kirk of California ,
two step-daughters, Mrs. Cleo
Corry, Springfield, and Mrs. Car-
man Townsend, Springfield, 10
grandchildren, and 19 great
grandchildren.
Funeral services will be held
2 p.m. Thursday at the Stubbs-
Conner Funeral Home, Waynes-
ville. Interment Miami Ceme-
tery. Visitation 6:00 - 9:00 Wed-
nesday at the funeral home.
June 28,1972
Locals Attend Golden
Wedding Anniversary Meet
Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Earnhart.
Mr. and Mr s. Keller Hoak. Mr .
and Mrs. Tinney. Mr.
and Mrs. Ross Hartsock. and
Mr. and Mrs. Howard Stanley.
all of Waynesville altended the
Western Star Golden Wedding
Anniversary Club Illeet ing this
past Thurspay. The Illeet ing was
hdd at the Lebanon United
Methodist Church.
Goode Attends Buckeye
Boys'State
A Waynesville High School
student . Jilll Goode. now a citi-
zen of Buckeye ' Boys State be-
ing held at / AshJand College. is
busily filling the role of State
Representative in the annual
Ohio Ameril:an Legion pruject.
Jilll . whll is a resident uf
Cobb city in this 35th school of
practical self-government on the
Ohiu palter. reports he is enjuy-
ing hilllself and busy learning
abuut the uperat ion uf hi s guv-
,ernment pOSItion.
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Waynesville
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THANK YOU
CARD OF THANKS
We would like to thank our many
fr iends for the Deautiful flowers,
cards, prayers and many kinds ex-
pressions 01 sympathy sent Ihem at
the death of Harry's father, Mr .
Harry Slyers, Sr. of Circleville, Ohio.
Especially to the employees of The
ThoroDred Co., Ihe employees of
Village of Waynesville, Board of PuD-
IIc Affairs, Ihe W.s .C.S. and circles
of Ihe United Methodlsl Church, we
say a specia l "'thank ......
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Si ncerely,
Harry, Dorothy ano Jeff Styers
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new tires & battery $350897-
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$575 - Harold Hodson . 897
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FREE PUPPIES 14 male &
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size dogs - 897-5307 (26)
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$10 - 897-2411 - gd for recrea-
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SUNBEAM floor scrubber and
polisher - electric asking $10 -
897-5108 24
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897-5347
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won't have to bt> palmed off
as left-overs on anothf'r day.
Chocolate Coconut Chews
are even more than they're
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marllarinl'
3 tablespoons and 1/4 cup
brown sugar
1 cup and 2 tablespoons
sifted enriched flour
2 eggs, slightly beaten
1/4 cup light corn syrup
1/2 teaspoon vanilla
1 cup (3 ban-regular size)
chopped Peter Paul
Almond Joy ben
He a t oven to moderate
(350F.) Cream toeeth-er
bu tter and 3 tablespoons
brown sugar. Mix in 1 cup
flour. Spread batter evenly in-
to bottom of ungreased
g-inch square pan.
Bake 10 minutes. Mean-
while, mix together eggs, corn
syrup, 1/4 cup brown sugar, 2
tablespoon. flour, vanilla and
chopped Almond Joy bars.
Pour evenly over baked
layer. Bake ,30 minutes or un'
til browned. Cool before
cutting into ban.
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"Naturally
Speaking"
by
Nancy Mart
THE ROSE is embl emati c of
chivalry , love and poetry. It is
said to be red because Venus
pricked her fee t on its thorm
when she went searchi ng for her
sla:n lover , Adonb.
A white in the Garden
of Eden, upon bei ng by
Eve , turned pink with pleasure .
The original "bed uf roses"
dates bal.:k to the lu xuryliving
.sybarites, whose matt resses
were with the petals.
The expression "sub rosa"
refers tu an anci ent custom of
suspending a ruse over a council
tablc , signifying all present were
to maintain secrel.:y.
Thc Romans thuught they
could drink wit hout bCl.:omi ng
tipsy, by noati ng a ruse petal on
their liquors.:.
Nero is said to have been so
mUl.:h a rose lover that he wore
roses, slept on them, ate rose
navored food, drank rose wine,
and took medicine made from
roses.
The time is right for seed
planting of bienniels and peren
niels. Prepare seed beds, sow
seeds in rows and water care
fully keeping an even moisture
level. Plant s will soon grow
strong and sturdy. Move them
to their permanent location or
transplant them into cold fr ames
to winter over. They will bloom
next spring and summer.
Today I saw the milkweeds
in bloom. This means the famil
iar orange and black monarch
butterny will lay its eggs and the
cater pill ars will soon be going
into the crysalis stage. Each
cry sali s b like a jewel of pale
jade , dOll ed with pure gol<\ .
When these butt ernys emerge
and are ready to ny , they will go
north and find other milkweeds
on which 10 lay their eggs. Their
young wi ll repeat the process
and by September, the year's
crop of monarchs will have
spread up into Canada. It is
these latest hatched monarchs
that come from the north which
we see migrating southward in
October and November. They
live over wint er in the Gul f states
and start the new. crop in the
spring.
Soon the male cicada, com
monly called the locust , will be
gin his summer song. He inflates
and collapses 2 little balloons
or drums on the upper part of
his body just under the lower
wings. These small membranes
are corrugated or covered with
little strips of hard tissue, which
make them rattle as they go in
and out very fast.
Both sexes spend but a few
days of their active life in the
tree tops. The female finds a
THURS. JUNE 29 THRU SUN. JUI-Y 2
DUSK TO DAWN - MON. & TUES. JULY 3 & 4
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Wed. Lucky Buck Nile July 5 $1.50 A CARLOAD Jackpotl
Tony Curtis JIG
'THE BOSTON
STRANGLER'
PRAY FOR
PEACE
THIS
JULY 4th
smooth place on the bark of a
twig half the size of a lead pen
cil ; and inserts her chisellike
ovipositor into it many times, -
so often that she shreds the
woody fibers until they are
fluffy like a tiny sponge. Into
this mass she lays 3040 , eggs
arranged in 2 neat rows. Moving
up the twig a half inch or so,
she makes another nest. She
may make a half dozen of these
nests on one twig. Then near the
base of the twlg she shreds a
little girdle entirely around it.
This stops the flow of sap there
and the twig soon dies. The wind
then breaks it off and it faUs to
the ground. Here the eggs hatch
and the tiny cicada larvae dig
down i,nto the ground until they
reach small roots. Each larvae
grips one of these in its strong
front feet and sinks its drill-like
mouth into it and drinks the
sap. This constant food supply
helps the larvae to grow, and as
it grows, it sheds its coats, one
after another, until finally it
becomes full grown and digs its
way up to the surface of the
trunk of fenc(! post for a few
feet , it splits its larval skin
and comes oua as a winged ci-
cada. No feeding is necessary
now and after the eggs are fer-
tilized, they are laid as described
above. Then the cicada dies.
What a life!
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Paint . Sale
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Second class postage paid at Waynesville,
Vol. 4 No. 29
July 19, 1972 - Waynesville , Ohio

Single Copy IOc
V 'I:' ri.narian Starts Practice
Dr. Steven C. Miller and his
Linda,'are the newest mem-
bers to our com",unity.
The Wilmington native and
his wife moved to the area after
purchasing ,he late Frank Furniss
property in March.
, . They moved in the ninth of
June and Dr. Miller started prac-
Uce the 18th of June.
He conducts his practice
from his home and is assisted by
his lovely wi Cl;LUlua ,
The Mil
half miles
Most older
with the area
as the former
Miller
The,
Education ..
,ing items of
,Sesslori July 10th
The Min'utes'
meeting and
Report were
sented by the
Upon the
Tank, hardwood
the board has
the high school
finished. This
, fW!ds , provided
t ....
last summer while employed
with Dr. Myers and Dr. Peter-
son of Wilmington.
He was very impressed with
the area and decided to settle
h.:re. He had been looking for
an area since he was a sopho-
more,
He completed his college stu,
dies at Ohio State University,
Of the 86 members in his class,
five of them have set up their
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011 the comer 'of Main and Miami Streets in downtownl Waynes-
, 8 in Square. A deed dated April 1807 is in the name of Jonathan New-
StPtOm!ber 18,70 to William Bunting. father. William. _purchased it in 1899.
29., 9,45. William ran an ice cream parlor and also
1900 s..A moe shop and ice house hive also been there .Phillips sold
'I Ute WaYJ}e "l'own,tdp. fue department and Miyolr's office.
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Left to right : Joseph Hatfield,
Ham Strautman, District Governor of rllllrnnirn
Francisco, incoming President.
Morris (Craig) Francisco has
been elected Rotary President
for the coming year for Club
No. 7480, district No. 667 Char-
ter 1950.
He suceeds Joseph l-Jatfield
outgoing president.
Francisco is Junior High
School principal in the Waynes-
ville school system.
He was presented a timer to
use at meetings and also the
gavel from Hatfield.
FrancisCo praised Hatfield for
a job weU done this past year.
Other officers to serve for
the coming year are David D.
Bixby , Vice President, Stanley
J, Kleski Jr _, Secretary, Edwin
Michener, Treasurer, and Sam
Ball, Editor .
Directors M. Craig Francisco,
David D. Bixby, Stanley J. Kles-
ki Jr., Edwin Michener, Arthur
Benfer, Dr. H. F, Dye, Guy E.
Elder, William Nell, and Joseph
W. Hatfield.
Sergeant-at-anns is Dr_ Leon
G. Hunter.
The Rotary-Ann's were guests
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The NIANI
Second class postage paid at Waynesville,
Vol. 4 No. 29
July 19 , 1972 - Waynesville , Ohio Single Copy tOe

V 't"rinarian Starts Practice
Dr. Steven C. Miller and his
,wUe, Linda,are the newest memo
bers to our <;:6mmunity.
The Wilmington native and
his wife moved to the area after
purchasing-the. late Frank Furniss
property in'March.
. They moved In the ninth of
June and Dr. Miller started prac
tice the 18th of J u .
, He conducts his practice
from his home and is assisted by
his lovely wife Linda.
The Millers are located on
State Route 73 West of Waynes
ville approximately one and one
half miles from the village limits.
Most older res\dents familiar
with the area will remember it
as the former Drake farm.
Miller worked in this area
last summer while employed
with Dr. Myers and Dr. Peter-
son of Wilmington,
He was very impressed with
the area and decided to settle
h.;re. He had been looking for
an area sillce he was a sopho
more ,
He completed his college stu-
dies at Ohio State University .
Of the 86 members in his class,
rive of them have set up their
own practice. He works on smal-
ler animals at his home and
makes house calls.
Miller said it is his dream to
someday build a clinic.
From all that
dream may not be too far away.
Welcome to our community,
Steven and Linda Miller.
Ich.11 ,.llard I fs
The, Wayne 19cal Qoard of
transacted follow
.ing items of business in Regular
Session JUly 10th.
,
The salary
was discussed and adjustments
were made in line with recent
staff salary increases.
Miller and his wife Linda pit::tured in their..Q(f)fe. She assistll him in his practice. - Photo Mary
The Minutes" of the previous
meeting and Monthly Financial
Report were approved as pre-
sented by the Clerk.
Upon the direction of Henry
Tank, hardwood floor expert,
the board has decided to have
the high school gym floor re-
finished. This will be done by
. . provided by the general
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Resignations of Pamela Pursi-
full. High School Girls Physical
Education Instructor; Paul Deitz
High School ' Business Instructor
were received and accepted, -
The following teachers were
employed for the 1972-73 school
term. Mrs. Patricia Anne Ted-
rick as Elementary Art Teacher.
Mrs. Tedrick is a of
Wilmington College. Mr. Jack L.
Emsuer as High School boys
Physical Education Instructor.
Mr. Emsuer is a graduat.! of
Eastern University, Kentucky.
A high school diploma was
approved for Herman D, Isalacs -
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Landmark In Waynesville
" . . " on the Main and Miami Streets in downtown Waynes.
.. lt,!s situat8!i on ,Ibt 8 in Miami Square. A deed dated April 1807 is In the name of Jonathan New
. for 1820 to William Bunting. Orville's father, William,purchased it in 1899.
"",",r''''''''''''''' it to Ol'!illo 29. 1945. Phillip's father William ran an-ice cream parlor and also
"dy 1900'So.A shoe shop and'ice house have alto been there. Phillips IIOld
.plQP!rtY .. ho." the 'department and Mayor's office.
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Francisco New
Rotary President
Left to right: Joseph Hatfield, lJI.r ..... "na '- ... .. ...
)jam Strautman, District Governor
Francisco, incoming President.
Morris (Craig) Francisco has
been elected Rotary President
for the coming year for Club
No. 7480, district No. 667 Char-
ter 1950.
He suceeds Joseph Hatfield
outgoing president.
Francisco is Junior High
School principal in the Waynes-
ville school system.
He was presented a timer to
use at meetings and also the
gavel from Hatfield_
Francisco praised Hatfield for
a job well done this past year.
Other officeR Bene for
the coming year are David D.
Bixby, Vice President, Stanley
J, Kleski Jr., Secretary, Edwin
Michener, Treasurer, and Sam
Ball, Editor.
Directors M. Craig Francisco,
David D. Bixby, Stanley J. Kles-
ki Jr ., Edwin Michener, Arthur
Benfer, Dr. H. F. Dye, Guy E.
. Elder , William Nell, and Joseph
W. Hatfield .
Sergeant-atanns is Dr. Leon
G. Hunter.
The Rotary-Ann's were
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Miss Raymonde Nicely, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Homer Nicely of
Kettering, and Harriet and Gene Seeberger performers at the
Rotary meeting held last Tuesday night at the Town Square
Restaurant.
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Mr. Isaacs has completed the
necessary requirements at the
of the meeting.
A vocal program was present
ed by Mr. and Mrs. Gene See
.. .. .-.: _ berger of Kettering and their '
DUD S N SUD S accompanist Miss Raymonde
Self Service Laundry Nicely, daughter of Homer and
NORTH MAIN STREET, WAVNESVILLE Virginia (Scott) Nicely, Waynes
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. RAP I K LEE N CAR W A S)"j The Seebergm both attend-
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Seeberger ha.s been choral
director at Fairmont West since
1956. He holds annual spring
musicals at the school.
He has been soloist of Dav-
ton Philharmonic for the last
several years.
Both are members of the'
Lakeside, Ohio Opera Company.
This has been a Methodist reo
sort since 1870.
Harriet sang with the Day
ton Opera for four years. '
Gene was with summer thea-
ters in Dayton for three years.
They are the parents of three
daughters.
The club honored Albert
(Cap) Stubbs with a pin for 22
years perfect attendance and El-
don Retalick for nine years per
fect attendance.
The club is invited to attend
the Centerville presen-
tation to be held on July 25th
at Imperial House South, and
Rotary Ann's are invited.
July 19', 1972
School Board Meets
(Continued from Page 1)
United States Armed Forces In-
stitute.
The board of Resolution gave
approval for the administration
to apply for an Adult High Schoo.
,01 Continuation Program - and
and Ad'Jlt Community Educa
tion Program, The Adult Con-
tinuation Program will serve in-
dividuals 16 years of age or old-
er who are not otherwise enrol-
led in a high school for which
the state board of education sets
standards. This program will en-
able individuals who have dis-
continued thei education to earn
credits toward a high school
diploma.
The Adult Community Ed-
ucation Program will be primar-
ily designed for individual satis-
faction and improvement (no
credit). It will be necessary to
,charge fees for in
the Community Education ' Pro-
gram.
Programs are to be defmed _.
and presented to the board of
education for their final consid-
eration .
The high school guidance
counselor presented a brief re-
port on the present testing pro-
gram and commented on the
trends of achievement levels and
percentile rank of various class-
es as they progress through the
educational process. He then
out several methods,
where the testing program could,
be changed or improved. He also
pointed out the additional gui-
dance counselor being consider-
ed would help immensely in
developing attitudes of children '
in their approach to subject con-
tent.
"'--'--LEGA-LNOT-ICE --........ ,Hubbell Named Campaign Manager
Call No. 482 Charter No. 2220 National Bank Region No.4
CONSOLIDATED REPORT OF CONDITION
Including domestic subsidiaries, of the Waynesville National Bank of
Waynesvilte in the state of Ohio, at the close of business on June 30,
1972 published In response to call made DY comptrOller 0' the currency,
under Title 12, United States COde, section 161.
ASSETS
CaSh and due fr om banks (including $none unposted debits)
S
U.S. Treasury securities . . . . . ' . .. .. ..... . ...
Obligat i ons of States and political subdivisIons .. . . . .
Other securities (including Snone corporate stock) .. . .
Federal fundS sold and securities pur chased under
agreements to resell .. . ....... . .... ' ... . 0
Loans .. .. .. .... . .. .. . . .. . . _ . .. . .. . ....... . .
Bank premises, furniture and fixtures, and other assets
898,552.23
1 , 349,144.60
1.007,110.11
12,000.00
800,000.00
5,820,744.45
represen ting bank premises 0 , 0 0 0
Other assets (Including $no ne dir ect lease finanCing) ..
TOTAL ASSETS ... . . .... . .......... ... ... .
200,785.58
6,295.29
$10,094,632.26
LIABILITIES
Demand depOSits o f individual s, partner ships, and
corporations _ _ . _. _ . . . . __ . __ . . ...... . . . . . . . $ 2, 375,127.64
Time and savings depOSits o f indiVidual s, partner ships,
and corporatIOns . . ... . .. ' . , , ... . ' , , , , . . , .
DepOSits o f United States Government .. . ... .. ... . .
Deposits of States and pOlitIcal subdivisions . . .... . . .
and off i cers' checks. et c. ....... .. . . _ .... .
'tOTAL DEPOSITS ......... _. . ... $9,024.809.90
(a) T o tal demand deposI t s. . . . . . . $2.722,954.93
(b) T o tal tIme and savings depOSI ts $6.301.854.97
6,201,1154.97
42,022. 83
313,385.37
92.419.09
Other liabilities . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 269,365.49
TOTAL LIABILITIES ... . . ..... . .. . _ ... .. .. .... . $ 9.294,175.39
RESERVES ON L O ANS AND SECURITIES
Reserve for bad debt l osses on loans . (set up pursuant to
I RS rulings) . .. . _ .. . .. . ......... . _ ... .... .. .
Other reserves on loans . . . . , . , . .... , , , , . . . . .
Reserves on securities . . . . .. , , . . , , .. , . ' . ' ...... .
TOTAL RESERVES ON LOANS AND SECURITIES $
CAPIT AL ACCOUNTS
Equ Ity capitat - total ... . ......... . . . . . ... . . .. .. .
Common Stock-total par vatue . .. . .. .. . .... .. . .
No. shares authorized 10.000
NO. shares outstanding 10. 000
Surplus ... ........ . . ... ... . . ..... .. .... ... ..... .
Undivided profits . _ . ... .. . . . ....... .. ..
TOTAL CAPITAL ACCOUNTS ... . . .......
TOTAL LIABILI rIES. RESERVES. AND CAPITAL
77,394.50
45,000.00
10,000.00
132.394.50
668,062.37
100,000.00
300,000.00
268,062.37
668.062.37
ACCOUNTS ... . ............ . S10,094,632.26
MI:.MORANDA
Average of total depOSits for the 15 catendar days ending
with call date ..... ... ... _ ..... . ... _ . .. 9,041,960,56
Average of total loans for the 15 catendar days ending
with call date ............. . .. . . . ... . . . . .. . . . 5,857,825.20
I, Earl W. Conner, PreSident, of the abov&-named bank do hereby de
clare that this report of condition Is true and correct to the best of my
knowledge and belief.
EARL W. CON'NER
We, the undersigned directors attest the correctness of this report of
condition and ,declare that It has been examined by UI and to the best
of our knowledge and belief Is true and correct.
ROSS H. HARTSOCK
DR. H. F _ DVE Dlrec;tcws
THOMAS FLORENCE
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Fred C. Hubbell, at left, Lebanon Attorney, has been appointed
by Rep. William Mussey , of Batavia, Ohio to serve as Manager of
his Warren County Campaign for the 14th District Ohio State
Senate. Hubbell, assoicated with the law Hrm of Young and Jones,
is a resident of Waynesville, Ohio.
Rep. William M ussey, of Ba-
avia , Ohio, today follOWing a
meeting with Warren County
GOP offtcials announced the ap
pointment of Fred C. Hubbell,
Lebanon attorney, as manager
of his Warren County Campaign.
for the new 14th Ohio Senate
District.
This new Senate District is
comprised of Warren, Brown,
Adams, Pike and Scioto coun-
ties; Union Township of Bunler;
seven ClintOli1 county townahios:
ten Highland county townships;
nine townships of Jackson coun-
ty; and all of Clermont with the
exception of two townships.
Hubbell, age 30, is a native of
Waynesville. He graduated from
Waynesville High in 1960 and
received his B.A. in palitical
science from Vanderbilt Univer-
sity, National Tenn. in 1964.
In 1965 he joined the Peace
Corps and spent two
inS with the Igbo farmen of
- Eadem Niseriit.
After the Peace Corps, he
attended Chase Law School even-
ings while working as a Law '
Clerk with the Young and Jones,
Law Firm of Lebanon. He pas-
sed the bar exam in 1970 and
then became a partner with the
Law firm.
Hubbell is a member of the
Executive Board of the Mound
Builders' Area Council, Boy
Scouts of America, and one of
the advisors of Lebanon Explor-
er Post No. 64, which fie con-
siders his most important post.
He was recently named Chair-
man fo the Commercial Division
of the 1972 United Appeal for
Warren County.
Hubbell will be using the War-
ren County Republican Head-
quarters at 23 E. Mechanic St.,
Lebanon, Ohio and other coun-
ty GOP facilities for the Mussey
campaign. Anyone interested in
. working with him on the cam-
paign may contact him at GOP
Headquarters or P. O. Box 30,
,Lebanon Bank Building,' leb-
anon, Ohio.
- FOUND - .
There was a set of keys on a I
Thunderbird key ring found in I
the alley behind . the Stubbs- .l
FUller .. al Home. Tlie owno 1
A may claim them at tl)c. Miami.
Gazette ,office. ., -.
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Dea'r Editor ,
Where has our little dog gone?
It's a shame that you can't keep
pets without them disappearing.
Jenny , who is I years old,
weighing 14 pounds, is part Blue
Tick Beagle .
She had plenty of space to
roam for we live at the Miami
cemetery.
She disappeared mysteriously
on Friday , June 30th at 9:00
A.M.
We wiJI offer a reward if si)e
is returned.
We I\ave searched in vain since
she disappeared and have found
no trace of her. We will appre
ciate any information we can
get .
Thank you ,
Raymond and Elizabeth
Adams
Retail Merchants Meet
The Wayne Retail Merchants
Association meeting was held on
Wednesday July 12th at the
Town Square Restaurant. Plans
are shaping up for the Sauer.
krau t l-estival .
Ray Miller will be the
ating chairman, Don Hawke die
judge for the largest cabbage
contest . The cabbages are to be
judged at 3:00 P.M. the day of
the festival.
Glynn Marsh will be chairman
for an antique f1ea market.
The Chairman for the Festi
val Queen Contest will be Mrs.
Wilma Watson.
There will be pioneer games
A tug of war, wood sawing con.
test with old fashioned cross
. cut saw. and firewood splitting
contest.
A horse drawn covered wagon
will be at the festival for free
rides.
Members discussed a festival
press tea to be hosted at Baker's
Antiqlfe Shop.
The group will be meeting on
Thursday July 271h at 7:00 P.M.
at the Town Square Restaurant.
Date
Book
July 30
First Baptist Church, Homecom
ing . all day lunch and singing.
August I
Senior Citizens Meeting . at 12
Noon.
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.Ph. 8976172
"Clowns for Christ" a family
from Mesa, Arizona, making a
nationwide tour held a great pro
gr.am at Jonahs Run Church Sat
urday evening. Magic, music,
singing and preaching. The at
tendance was very good as the
church was almost filled . He is a
Southern Baptist Minister.
Mr . and Mrs. Clint Taylor at
tended a Bowman family get to
gether at the home of Mr. and
Mrs. Lewis Bowman near Fayet
teville, Sunday. Others present
were Mrs. Laura Harrison of Leb
anon, Mr. and Mrs. Raymond
Adams of near Fort Ancient,
Mrs. Stella Florea, Mr. and Mrs.
Wayne Florea, Henry Florea and
two sons of Blanchester, Mr.
and Mrs. Willard Taylor of near
Xenia, Mr. Sam Bowman of Day
ton, Mrs. Barbara BuckJey and
Jennifer of West Carrollton and
Mike Elcock of near Lytle.
Mr. and Mrs. Harold Gillam
attended the Veterans of World
War I Association at their annual
picnic Saturday at the home of
Mr. and Mrs. Gus Dollar of
Clarksville.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Gibson
and family attended a Gibsor
family get together Sunday at
the home of his brother in Sea
man, Ohio.
The Women's Society. of the
United Methodist Church met
Thursday at noon for a picnic
at the new home of Mrs. Imo
Vbiets on Stingley Road.
Rev. Earnhart was the guest
speaker.
Mr. and Mrs. William Zurface
'ofWilmington were Sunday even
ing guests of Mr. and Mrs. Char
les Price.
Mr . and Mrs. Clifford Becker
of Dayton were Sunday after
noon visitors at the Thomas Ha-
endel home.
Friday guests at the Clint
Taylor's were Mrs. Raymond
Cox and son Mark and new baby
daughter Dawn Rae of near Ferry.
The MIAMI GAZETTE
SCOUTIEIS
The Cub Scout fishing derby
is to be held Sundaj July the
23rd at Kronenbergers' farm on
O'Neall Road from Sp.m. until
. 7p.m.
Dens 2 and 5 toured The
Proctor and Gamble Company
Tuesday the 18th.
Seventeen boys made the
trip accompanied by 4 den
chiefs, and 7 adults.
Den Mother for Den 2 is
Carol Ghearing, and Jeannie
Wounker, Den Mother for Den
S.
Sue Anderson is Den leader
coach.
They accompanied the boys
on the trip.
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Dr. Oswald Hoffmann
. DON'T GET HUNG
UP ABOUT TOMORROW
Wbat is it that really
troubles both young and old?
Is it what is happening today.
or what we fear might happen
tomorrow?
Worrying about tomorrow
is altogether human. Some
people, who tell you blithely
that they worry about
nothing, are worried sick
about tomorrow. From their
parents and grandparents,
the)' mould have learned by
thil time that worrying never
malt. you .tand an ineb
taller.
'l.'omorrow '- touch enouah
to without bejg bUill
up dOut it. BftJI wltb faith
'r. : ... "
in God, tomorrow becomes a
hangup. The hangup over
"tomorrow" hal turned
"today" sour for millions of
people. They don't seem to
k now what has turned
"today" sour, and made it a
bilter pill to swallow, but it
really is "tomorrow," with all
of its anxieties and its feara.
Anxieties about tomorrow
becomes today's hang-up.
It makes more sense for
. people not to worry about
things they can help. Instead
of sitting down and wringing
their hands and worrying
about them, they had better
eet buay IIDd do something
about the situation.
Worry is like a rodent. It
can't live in the hieher
atmoapbere oC Caitb. Wor&:),
can't brutlJe the '.in of
prayel.. lbade ip a1leonG
to. Gqd. It jUtt dies ..
datil' there-:m.aybe
nOt aU ' at 4>Dce, but nn.uy it
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Area Women Attend TOPS
Convention in Denver
Area TOPS OH 129 mem-
bers have returned home after
being in Denver , Colorado the
week of July 5th through the
9th.
Members who attended were
Mrs. Key Lutes, Area Supervi
sor , Mrs. Joyce Wical, Mr s. Bil-
lie Davidson, and Mrs. Mildred
tumbleson.
The international queen was'
from CaJifo'rnia and the king was
from Washington C.H., Ohio.
This is the 24th year for the
TOPS Club .
TOPS OH I 29 members Illet
on July 11th at SI. Mary's
Church basement at 7 P.M.
They discussed the trip and
a good time was had by all who
attended.
The June Angel of the Month
was Eli zabeth Adams with the
most weight lost.
The members welcome you as
a visitor or to join the club as
member. If you are interested
you may contact Kay Lutes. Area
Supervi sor.
SA VI $100.00
On
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ElE'CTRIC RANGE
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WAYNESV ILL. OHIO.: PH, 891-2951
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MOTORISTS URGED TO PARTICIPATE
IN NATIONAL CLEAN AIR CAMPAIGN
Air pollution, like the
weather, is often talked about
but only rarely changed by
the hands of man. Now, each
operator of America's 110
million motor vehicles can
take a very real and effective
stand against the continuing
destruction of our environ-
ment by actively participating
in . "National Check Your
Vehicle Emissions Month."
Because some 40 per cent
of our air pollutants come
from automobiles, much of
this from call needing main-
tenance, it is vitally impor-
tant that everyone who drives
takes part in this national
program, which promises to
drastically c'U. down on
harmful vehicle emissions.
With the idea stemming
from a recent Congressional
resolution, April has been tar
geted as "National Check
Your Vehicle Emissions
Month," during which auto-
motive service mechanics all
over the country will be
offering a 12-minute, three-
systems engine check to help
.pot the cars which are
excessive polluters.
Developed by a team of
technical experts from the
service industry, the special
check tests the operating effi -
ciency of an auto's ignition,
carbu re tion and emission
control systems. Comprehen-
sive studies show that when
ii
these three systems are
properly adjusted, individual
vehicle pollution can be
reduced significantly. Fuel
cost savings (as much as
$21.00 per vehicle, per year)
can also be realized.
Service dealers offering the
& pecial three-syatems check
can be easily identified by
banners announcing lhe '
"National Check Your
Vehicle Emissions Month"
campaign and displays of the
"Cleaner Air Car" symbol
pictured above.
So make it your business
to' stop into one of these
cleaner air centers before the
end of April. If you do,
chances are more than "ood
that everyone will breathe a
lot easier by the end of Mav.
tint etnet . mO
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O'Grady Asks for Decrease
In Traffic Deaths
Highway Safety Director
Pete O'Grady today called on
county officials, township trus
tees, chiefs of police, municipal
court judges, mayors and area
safety councils to take "neces-
sary action" against an over 4
percent increase in the traffic
death toll on Ohio's secondary'
roads.
In a letter to the officials,
Director O'Grady offered! the
services of the Department of
Highway Safety and its field
representatives to organize or
augment local safety councils
or Governor's Traffic Safety
Committees.
"Governor Gilligan stands
foursquare for highway safety
and has charged this department
and the citizens of Ohio with
the task of preventing nec:dless
death and slaughter on our high
ways," Director O'Grady said.
The -rise was calculated on
statistical figures for the first
five months '" 1972 . . The figures
may. increase as delayed deaths
due to highway crashes are reo
lM>(tN"O'Grady.DOted.
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ship turstee. chief of police,
municipal court judge, mayor
and safety council was provided
with a table which included the
extent of the problem in their
area.
"The rise of the death toll
on secondary roads and in rural
areas is alarming," Director
O'Grady said, "and tu stop thi s
rise will require a maximum
state-wide effort at the w m
munity level."
Director O'Grady pledged the
Department of Highway Safety's
resources and expertise to spread
the highway safety message in
those communities experiencing
in crash fatalities.

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WAYNESVI LLE
Church of Christ
Thi rd & MiamI
PIK e ,
10: 00 d . m , - Suno ,) , Mor n ing
& 30 O.m . . 5uno Ev enin g
{) jO O,m,' wedr -oa J E ... en,ng
Phone 897-44 62 1 (". . n l ormaii o n
First Baptist Church
North Main 51 , et '
J o h n p . O\oorne. Past o r
10: 00 d . m , SChOOl
11 . 00 a,m. M o rf'llng W O r \ h I D
b - )O p,m, . Trai ni ng U n to n
7 3 0 p,m. - Eveni n g W Of \htp
7 30 a.m.' Wc dn e\ da y
Meeting
( Aff t ll atec: with Southe rn Sap..
!.\t Conventi on ) .
First Church of Christ
152 H",)h Streel 89 '4780
Kei th Frasure. Minister
Bible School 9 : 00 A .M.
Worship 10 : 00 A.M.
Evenlf>q . 7:00 P.M.
Friends Meetin
Fourth St,.et -!'Inr
9:30 a.m . . Sunday SChOOl
10: 45 a. m. Sunday Meeting for
Worship (unprogramed)
St. Augustine Church
High Streel
Rev . Joseph H. Lutmer, Past o r
7 a. m. & II a.m. Masses
8 a. m. & 8 p. m .. HOly Days
7 : 30 p.m . First Friday
7 : 45 a. m .. Daily Ma ..
5: 30 . . Saturday Ma ..
St. Mary's Episcopal
Church
Third & Main Street s
Rev. Harold Deeth. Rector
11: 15 a. m Morni ng "rayer
1st. 3rd & 5th Sundays;
H o ly Communion 2nd & 4th
Sundays
United Methodist
Church
Third & North Streets
L. Young, Minister
9 : 00 a. n . . ChulCh SChOOl
10: 15 a.m. ChurCh" Worsh i p
0:00 p.m . . Jr. & Sr . Y outh
FellowShip
Full Gospel Tabernacle
R . 3 . Ferry Rd .
Rev. Sherman Cook, Pa\t or
10:30 a. m. ' Sunday SChOOl
7 : 00 O.m . . Sunday Eve. Service
7 : 30 P."'. Wednesday Eve.
Serv i ce
7 : 30 p. m . Sal. Eve . Serv i ce
First Church of God
49 S. MaiO St. ee l
Carl A. Pierce
9 : 30 a. m . . Sunday SchOOl
10: 30 a. m . ' Morninq Wo rshir"
Ii : 30 p .m . Youth FellOwShiP
1:00 p . m . . sunda Y evenlnq
7 : 00 O.m .. Wednesday eveni ng
CORWIN
Pentecostal Holiness
Church
Waller L. Lamb. Past o l
10: 00 a.m . . Sunday
7 . 30 p.m . . Sunday . wedneSda y
and Saturday Evening
W or Ship Services
7: 30 p.m . . Wedn esday Y OUlh
St"I I/ICe
MT. HOllY
United Methodist
Church
R e v. Leon dr d Ba x ter
9 : )0 a, m , Sunday S c h OO l
11 00 J m S u nday WorSh ip
Se, v Ice
7 3 0 p . rn. WC dnelj.da y . Prayer
Se' 1/ ,( C
HARVEYSBURG
Friendship Baptist
Church
Southe,n Baotist Convention
James Brown. Pastor
9 : 30 a. m . . Sunday SchOOl
10:30 a. m. Sunday Mornln9
Worship
7:30 p.m. Sunday Evening
Service
7: 30 p. m . Wednesday Midweek
Prayer and Bible Study
Jonahs Run Baptist
Church
OhIO 73 East
10: 00 a. m .. Sunday School
10: 00 & II : Oo.a. m .. Sunday
Worshtp Service
7:30 p.m. Sunday Evening
WorSh i p
United Methodist
Church
DaVid Harper . Pastor
g : 30 a. m . . Sunday ChurCh
Service
10:30 a.m. Sunday SChOOl
11 : 00 a. m . . Sunday Worshl p
Service
Youth Fellowsnl p anc! Bible
Study
Harveysburg Full Gospel
Church
t::. So ut n Sll ecl
Rev . Jack. Hamd t Or1. Pas t c '
7 30 p. '11 TueSday
7 JO p . 1ll . F, ' 00.1 ')' . Y O\ I Il "
PeoPle' s Ser Vi ce
10: 00 d . ll l. S Lin Od y S (l 1(.lO .
7 00 p , In, . SUfld.l Y l:. Ve n tl H)
SPRING VALLEY
United Methodist
Church
Walnut V ' n e
Robert R . Metedlth,
9 : 30 a. m. Sunday
10: 30 a. m , . Morning Wo r\llIp
6: 30 p. m , . Y out h FellOWShIP
Jr . Hl qh & 5, . High
7 : 45 p, m. Wed.lesday
Rehear'lal
Spring Valley Church
of Christ
Glad y Streel
10: 00 d , m , . M o r nI ng
7 ' 00 p . m .. Lvenlng
8 : 00 p.m, We dnesday EvenIng
WOf\hIP
Spring Valley
Friends Church
Mound Street
E . Fri end Couser . Pastor
g . 30 a. m .. Sunday SChOOl
10: 30 . m . . Morning Worsh, p
Christian Baptist Mission
Main Street
Mr\. LOIS Dunawa Y.
IDa. m . . Sunday School
II a. m . . Mornl"9 WorShip
7, 30 p.m. E ven ' ng WorShip
7: 30 p.m. Prayer Meet i ng
Wednesday & ThurSday
7 : 30 p. m . . Song.fest . Last
Saturday each month.
The MIAMI GAZETTE
DODDS
Free Pentecostal Church
of God
.R. R. 122 Dodds. Ohio
Pastor. James Coffman
10: 30a.m. Sunday SChOOl
7: 00 p.m . Sunday Evangelistic
Service
7:30 p.m. Wednesday Plavel
..
LYTLE
United Methodist
Church
John K. Smith. Minister
g: 30 a. m .. Sunda'y School
10: 30 a. m .. Sunday Wor Shl p
Service
8 : 00 9:00 p. m . Wednesday
Evening. BIble Study
CENTERVI LLE
The Centerville First
Pentecostal Church
173 E. Franklin Street
Ray Norvell. Pastor
Gene BIcknell. Ass' !.
10: 00 a. m . . SlIn(JolV 5 c 1)(,)1) 1
7 : 00 p. m. Sunday F vcIl"'1J
7 : 30 p.m . . r. Vt' l1 If HI
GENNTOWN
Genntown United Church
Of Christ
R 0 11te .1 2 at Gcnnt owll
Qa y Stu' ",,?,. PastlJl
9 JO m .. SCrvH ... l!
10 JO SlIn d.J yCllw c tlSc l'oul
00 P ilI , . S lInd.JY YOut .I
F CHOwSfl l D
FERRY
Ferry Church of Christ
Wilmington Pike &
SOCial Row Road
Bus WIseman, Minister
9 : 00 . m . . Sunday BIble SchOOl
10: 15 a.m.' S" .lday Wo"hln
10: 15 a. m . . Sunday Y oul h
Wo nilio _
7:00 P.M. Evening Service
7 : 30 p,m .. WedneS(1 1y . flJ1,dweek
Prayer and Bible S tudy
RIDGEVILLE
Ridgeville Community
Church
51. RI. 48 & Lower
Springboro Road
Ray L . Shelton. PaSi t r
9 : 30 a. m. ' Sunday Sc.hool
10: 45 a.m . . Morning WorShip
7: 30 p.m. Sunday Evening' .
Service
7:30 p.m. Wednesday E"en"'9
service
5 : 30 p.m. Sunday Sr . Youth
Recreation
0:30 p.m. Sunday Sr . Youth
Services
This Church Page Is Sponsored For You Through The Courtesy Of The' Following Area Merchants
WAYNESVILLE NATIONAL BANI<
WAYNESVILLE. OHIO
ELLIS SUPER VALU
WAVNUVILLE, OHIO
MIAMI GAZETTE
July 19, 1972
...
D T IS
DOROTHY M. FRICKE
Harveysburg, two brothers Cle;
ment Foley, Dayton, Lew Foley,
of Lancaster, Ohio, 17 grand-
children, four grandchild-
ren, and severa! nieces and nep-
hews.
. Mrs. Dorothy M. Fricke, age
44, of 371 High Street , Waynes-
ville died Thursday at Kettering
Medical Center.
Survived by her husband WiI
bur H., three daughters Pamela
Putnam, Judy and Kara all at
home, step-mother Mrs. Elsie
Tanis of Dayton, two sisters
Mrs. Margerie Bizick of San An-
tonio, Texas, Mrs. Carol Barnes,
Peoria, lllinois, two brothers,
Robert Tanis, of St. Petersburg
Beach, Florida I Norman Tanis
of Dayton, and several nieces
and nephews.
Funeral services were held
2 P.M. Saturday at the Stubbs-
Conner Funeral Home, Waynes-
ville. Interment Miami Cemetery .
PATRICK RAY FOLEY
Patrick Ray Foley, age 89,
formerly of Harveysburg, died
Thursday at Siena Nursing Home,
Dayton, Ohio.
Survived by one daughter ,'Mrs
Martha J. O'Connor, Dayton,
two sons, Charles K., of Ketter-
ing, Paul William of Springfield,
one sister Mrs. Rosalie Gordon,
Mass of the Resurrection was
held at 10 A.M. Monday at St
Augustine's Catholic Church,
Waynesville. Rev. Joseph Lutmel
officiated. Interment Miami
Cemetery. Stubbs..conner Fun
eral Home in charge of arrange
ments.
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THS 185 N. Main. Waynesville
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The MIAMI GAZETTE
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f'" and rNy fun lot., to 4 .,ee".
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.FOR SALE
HOOK'S FARM MARKET
Rt. A8 at Ridgeville open dally 9
a.m. to 9 p.m home grown half
runners & top crop beans by the
pound or bUShel cabbage, beet s,
cucumbers, squaSh', tomatoes, sweet
corn, Iresh eggs, honey, sorgum, pre
serves, etc beginning ThurSday July
20th, hall runners you pick 9 a. m.
to 12 noon & 4 p.m. to 9 p. m.
(29c2)
HOUSES FOR SALE
2 STORY COLONIAL 4 bdrms .
21(, baths lull basement w/game
room 2'/, car heated garage cen
tral air large lamlly room w/llre
place and ranch lIoor, antenna tower
dishwasher & disposal alter 4 - 897-
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BUSINESS OPP. FOR SALE
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tunlty to operate your very own
RaplKleen car wash business &
equipment only $16,500.00 Lynn
Fields 885-5453 Elder Realty 885-
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.wANTED
WANTED Musi c Students l o r Plano
L essons l i mit ed number only 9 32-
6 171 (2gc4)
WANTED - FREEZER - gd eond -
r easonably pri ced - 932-2 16 1 (2ge1)
PETS FOR SALE
GERMAN SHEPHERD PUPS - 5
mos - black & tan - excel AKC
champion bloodline - $ 75 - Mason
398-8431 (2gcl)
THANK YOU
WE WISH to express our sincere
thanks to our many Irlends, neigh-
bors and relatives lor their help and
their expressions 01 kindness and
sympathy during the short Illness
and death 01 our son Darryl W.
Alexander . It will always be rem-
embered.
Mr . and Mrs. James Alexander
and Family (29cl)
HONDA 50 Mini Trail - gd eng
$100 897-6876 29
1969 CHEVY Impala - 350 . V-8
turbo hydromatic . disc brakes
PS - vinyl top - tinted windows
new tires & shocks - 22,000
miles - $1600 - 8972712 29
1961 RAMBLER Classic 6 cyl
stick - $50 - needs battery - 897
4260 29
HORSE TRAIL Mini Bike - gd
cond - $50 . 933-7156 29
THOMAS ORGAN - 1969 - $700
897-7836 29
HONDA 175
897-7836
1971 - $500
29
Y.. ROLL AWAY BED - $10
after 5 - 897-6021 28
ANTIQUE Pump Organ $75 - 2
roll out windows $40 - 897-
Free Lance Photogl'llPhers
4392 28
Home Portraiture
Special Services
Publicity - Advertising
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1961 MG MAGNETTE - fair
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p.m. - 897-6021 2iR
14 PC BEGINNER Barbell set -
2 ten Ib weights - 2 5 Ib & 4%
Ib - must have at least $10 -
Gary Bellmen noon - 7:00 - 897-
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female - 4 wks old - will be med.
size dogs - 897-5307 (26)
FAMOUS FRENCH PASTRIES MADE THE MODERN WAY
Puff paste, or Pate
feu ille tee, is the aristocrat of
pas tries and the pride of
many a pastry chef. It is a
very rich dough which, ac-
cording to traditional recipes,
is rolled out and folded into
thirds upon itself six times.
The dough is refrigerated be-
tween rollings. When baked at
a high temperature, it ex
pands rapidly, forming a thin,
flaky pastry which is the
of napoleons, turnovers, tarts,
cream horns, patty shells and
numerous other popular
menu items.
Here, the classic puff paste
has ' been modernized in two
ways : (1) the rolling-turning
procedure has been cut down
to three times, and (2) the
use of margarine which makes
this rich pastry acceptable
within the framework of to-
day's recommended dietary
fat modifications. In fact, the
use of Fleischmann's Marga-
rine in recipes like this can
provide an important source
of polyunsaturates and help reo
duce the saturated fat con-
tent of your family's diet .
Nutritionists currently ad-
vise that Americans substitute
polyunsaturates for much of
the saturated fats normally
eaten. One way to do this is
to substitute a margarine con-
taining liquid corn oil for
other spreads. Fleischmann's
Margarine, made from 100
per cent liquid corn oil, is the
nation'8 largest seUing.quality
margarine,
In thla recipe, baaic puff
pute is cut into squares, fill-
ed with jelly and folded to
form' triangles. They are
topped with a mizture oC
chinamon and .
PUFF PASTRIES
2 cups unsifted flour
1/2 teaspoon salt
1 cup (2 sticks)
Fleischmann's
Margarine
1/2 cup ice water
Jelly
2 tablespoons sugar
1/2 teaspoon cinnamon
I n large bowl, combine
Oour and salt; cut in 1/4 cup
Fleischmann's Margarine with
pastry blender or two knives
until mixture resembles
coarse meal. Add ice water;
toss lightly until mixture
clings together. Chill 10 min-
utes.
RoD out on lightly floured
board to 1/4-inch thicknea
(15 x lo-inch Cut
remaining 3/4 cup
FIeilchmann'l Margarine into
small pieces and sprinkle over
entire surface of pMtry. Fold
1/8 plltry OVtll' middle; cover
With remaininl third. GIve
a-trY. CAuarter tum; roU to
11 s -lo-1i1ch rectanalej fold
as above. Cover with wax
. paper and chill 10 minutes.
Repeat procedure of two roll-
ings, foldings and turnings;
chill 10 minutes (or over-
night , if desired).
Repeat procedure of two
rollings, foldings and turn-
ings; chill 10 minutes. Cut
pastry in half; return half to
refrigerator. Roll to 9 x 12-
inch rectangle. Cut into
3inch squares. Place 1/2 tea-
spoon jelly in center of each
square. Fold to form trian-
gles; seal edges. Sprinkle light-
ly with cinn&mon"ugar com-
bination.
Place on baking sheets
which have been covered with
heavy brown paper. Chill 5
n1inutes. Bake in hot oven
(426F.) 12 to 15 minutes.
Remove from paper immedi
ately; coolon wire ncb.
Remove rem.ininl half of
doup from refrigerator and
repeat Mak. 24
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SPECS APPEAL
If you haven't already
noticed, eyeglal> '!s have really
come into their own as great
beauty accents and fashion
accessories. So much so that
even gals who don't need
them wear fabulous fakes for
specs appeal.
" \.
With that in mind, here are
some tips from th e Fashion
Eyewear Group of America
to help you become a vision
of loveliness :
1. Blonds look great in
transparen t beige or pastel
frames; redheads and brown
etles in tortoise true
brunellI'S in dramatic black .
2. Makeup colors should
compl ement the tint of tinted
lenses. A light lavender tint
natters brown ey es , and a
light green tint gives extra
emphasis to hazel and green
eyes.
3. The eyes behind no
col o r frames need t o be
accented a lilli e more with
mascara, liner and shadow.
And. because . one of
eyebrows is enough for any
gal, tops of sexy spec rims
ch,,"lrt ri se above them.
If VtH, o n dn vin;.: a car
in Eur upl' . you mighl need
morl' II1 .. n your U S. drivers
li ct' lbl' . Somt ' coulltri es n"
quir l' you 10 use an Inter
nati o n .. 1 Driv ing Permil and ,
in W" sl Gf'rmany , your U. S.
li cl'nst' musl b .. translated
int o Ih e nallve langu agp.
* * * * *
One grt'a l way 10 meet
people in a strange ci t y is to
get lost in il. Local citizens
are o fl.:.1 more than obliging
when it comes to giving dir ec
ti o ns and helpin g you find
th e un to uristy fun places
wh ere th ey , themselves, go.
Wo mpn , ol1 -th " go should
bl ' sur .. 10 tak e along Carefree
bralld lampuns for personal
p ro t ection . These a re not
olll y cumfurtabl e and effec
t' VI', bUI ta kp up very littl e
ruom in a t ravt' l ba g bpcausp
bulk y a ppl, c .. ."en 'l
l1l' eded.
* * * *
Yuu can cut down on. yu ur
tra v .. 1 I'x penses by staying at
guesl huuse, Wllh cooking
fac ili t ies inst ead o f hotels .
Onl' way to !'Stirn" te your
potl'nl ial ,avings IS to cqm
part' Ih, ' cost o f ea ting out
three times a day t o the cost
cof shoppin!! for foud to cook .
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"Naturally
Speaking"
by
Nancv Marti
Once again the rose takes the
spotlight, It seems to be THE
most popular flower. Usually
when a crossword puzzle calls
for flower and nothing more,
it's ROSE, There are many songs,
stories, and legends about it s
appealing bloom, To be lovely
is to be an American Beauty
Rose, How many queens and
celebrities are presented with
bouquets of roses! They are like
Sara Lee, "Nobody doesn't like
'em! "
If you have a favorite rose
bush that you want to propa-
gate, try the nearly fool proof
method of layering, Choose a
flexible cane, close to the ground,
on the side of the plant less apt
to be disturbed, Next to it, open
a shallow trench and bend the
cane down in , letting the tip
turn up again, Where it touches
down , pin it with wire loops
such as you can make by cutting
and bending coat hangers,
Mound soil over the cane and
place a stone or brick on top
for added anchorage,
In two years you will have a
sturdy branching duplicate of
the originaL
Are your blooms bothered by
beetles or other insects? Baffle
them with Rose Bonnets says
Eudora SabOl From the arrival
time of the Japanese Beetle un-
til its departure, she actually
puts net hats over the most pro-
mising buds and th us keeos them
perlect to maturity_ She uses
10" squares of n} Ion netting,
ballooned loosely around the
buds and fa stened with twistems
below them,
Whenever I want to enjoy
the sight of beautiful roses in
bloom, I just look over next
door at those tended and cared
for by Doris and Earl Conner.
They raise them for their plea-
sure, but extend that pleasure
to many other people. Doris is
often cutting a well arranged
bouquet from her variety of
blooms to take to a friend 01
neighbor , a hostess, 8 shut in,
or some affair, She chooses for
planting varieties with a greater
number of petals because the
bloom holds longer, some have
as high as 70 per flower, Most
nurseries and catalogues have
this information noted, also the
AARS rating, All American Rose
Selection,
Conner's roses are mulched,
fed and sprayed to produce heal
thy foliage and sturdy blooms,
They spray well up under the
foliage , on top of the leaves and
in addition, spray the ground
well around each plant. The rose
border will receive one final
sprauing in the fall - when the
season of bloom is over, the dry
leaves are all raked up and the
garden is being winterized. This
spray should not be applied how-
ever when the temperature has
dropped below 30 degrees. _,
To insure more and better
blooms, it is always adviseable
to remove flower heads before
the petals begin to fade. How-
ever, this year Doris tells me she
plans to allow the last or third
cycle of bloom to set seed as she
has recently learned that this
natural process will help harden
the plants and prepare them for
the long cold winter.
CUSTOM MADE DRAPERIES
DRAPERY RODS
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, ,
Uncut roses of course to go
seed and form fleshy pods or
fruits called hips. These arc a
wonderful source of Vitamin C
and arc at their ri,chest right
after they turn red in the fall .
Compared to orange juice, they
are scores of time richer. They
also yield lesser amounts of 5
other vitamins as well as phos-
. phorous, calcium, and iron.
The restorative virtues of
these apples of the rose are no
recent discovery. They were
known as long ago as the Cru-
sades. In England during World
War 11, women and children
made a of
them to convert int o additives
to maintain the national health,
For most beneficial results,
gather hips from bushes that
have not recently been sprayed
and wash them carefully. Work
with glass bowls. In cooking use
stainless steel utensils and pots,
or enamel.
They are used in jellies, soups,
syrups, and in baking. One of
my favorite teas, "Gossip Tea"
contains Rose Hips - the famous
"fruit" of the rose, Cloves -
dried flower buds of a tropical
tree, Orange Peel - to impart
delicious, tangy flavor, and
Roselle - dried calyx of the Hib-
iscus plant. Stop in any after-
noon at 4 and we'll have a cup.
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VoLA No. 30 July 26, 1972 - Waynesville , Ohio
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Volunteer Busy for Festival
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Mrs. Helen ' Prest!)\i is ' buiY
making pickles, bread, and sev-
eral other Items to be sold at
the Waynesville Sauerkraut Fes-
tival on October 14th.
This modest lady was reluc-
tant to tell of her jobs. she has
done throughout the years.
She has been involved in
. and school work for many
years.
Now she has taken on the
job of helping the Wayne Retail
Merchants with their annual
sauerkraut festival.
She started her project last
year and made 60 quarts of
kles.
On the agenda for this year
will be German cabbage pidJ-
es, green tomato dills , corn relish
. piccalilli, carrot rna rmelade, tom-
atl? marmelade, alladama bread,
tannebaum bread , or known as
Christmas tree' bread , dilly bread
and special party bread.
Also German potato salad.
bulk sauerkraut, sausages, chees-
es, homemade peanut brittle and
pumpkin candy ca'n by enjoyed
by all.
Corn relish is to be made at
the United Methodist Church
by ladies of the church.
If anyone has any vegetables
they would like to donate, they
will be greatly appreciated.
Any preserves, cookies, cakes
or pies can be used.
Mrs. Preston is lacking quart
and pint jars and if anyone has
any they would like to donate
they can reach her at 897-4766
and she will be glad to pick them
up.
Anyone in the community
who is interestt:d in helping on a
commi.ttee can contact het.,
She is the chairman for the
German food booth for the fes-
tival.
Wherever there is any work
to be done, you can most gen-
erally find Helen Preston there
ready to do her part.
This is just a few of her good
deeds that she has dOOle for our
community.
Old -Landmark In Waynesville
In 'l . were created and the present home of Chester Carey buHt 81S a school
house. It was as the "Gravel' Hill" School. The other school was the Goldie Surface home on
Fourth.Street. Carey home is situated on South Main Street near Route 73. Carey has lived there
. since .191s.ins .ritOtmr 'Flossie Carey and' a cOusin Lucy Emley, a former post office employee, both
. deceased. alSo oC,cupants of the . former school. They purchased the property from the late Ralph
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House Painlers
In Aclion
Pictured are Gary Bellman of Waynesville,Tom Sweet with the
U. S. Army Corps of Engineers, and Tom Dickert who is also of
the Corps. They are busy painting the home of Ann Mason in
Harveysburg.
Ann Mason busy making dolls for Waynesville Sauerkraut Festi-
val. A group of her friends are busy painting her house. Her
friends from Waynesville and Lebanon turned the tables on her
by doing a good deed for her .
When your house needs paint
ing, you either call a painter or
do it yourself.
In thise case there were ama-
teurs on the job.
The volunteers all showed up
last Thursday to paint the home
Mrs. Ann Mason in Harveys-
burg.
The ball started rolling when
she received a visit from Dennis
Dalton and another Waynesville
friend.
She made the remark that
she bad to paint her house, but
was informed by her visitors
that they would do the job.
Dalton got busy and recruit-
oed help for the project.
Ann Mason was overwhelmed
by the action.
She couldn't believe what was
happening to her .
Since she is seventy-years-old
she was informed she didn't
need to be climbing on a ladder.
H. Thomas Sweet , Jr. , and
Tom Dickert of the U. S. Army
Corps of Engineers were asked
to help, They immediately reo
sponded saying it beat sitting
around in a hotel room with no
thing to do.
Sweet is a resour ce planner
with the environmental resour-
ces branch of the lJ. S. Army
Corps of Engineers at Louisvill e.
Kentucky .
He has been working on the
Caesars Creek project for the
past several months,
Dickert is a draftsman for the
Corps also working on the pro-
je(; \.
Local librarian Juanita Cor-
by, Dalton, Mary Bellman, Dia-
na Bellman and Gary Bellman,
Patrick Frye and a friend of
Mrs. Mason's, Minnie Moore, of
Wilmington were on hand.
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House Painters -
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The gruup dion ' t gL't the j()h
n )lllpl eteo su they ar e rcturning
thi s Thursday night with Troop
51 of Waynesville and their lead
ers to fini sh the job.
Ann Mason is a credit to her
communit y for she is continual
Iy doing good deeds for others
but expecting nothing in return .
She is busy preparing corn
husk dull s for Waynesville's
Third Sauerkraut Festival to be
hel d on October 4th in down
tuwn Way nesvill e.
She doesn't ask much out of
life. but put s plent y of work intu
it.
Her personality is worth a
million dollar s because she looks
on the bright side of life.
The pain ters are anxious to
finish her home.
Everyone enjoyed a picnic
on the lawn last week and they
are also planning to have another
one this week.
The brushes will start flying
about 6:30 Thursday night!
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TaU Of
The TDWI
by.Mary Bellman.

Mr. and Mrs. Roy Shallnon
and daughters of Phoenix, Ari
I zona had a pleasant visit with
Mrs. Sessie Thompson of Way
nesville and oth,er relatives in
I Kettering and Dayton. Tl*y will
be returning to their home in
Phoenix the last of July.
July 26, 1972
4 H Win.ners An.noun.ced
Left to right : Teresa Mitchell , Paul E. Harrison, and Mrs. Harri
son. Teresa is 12 years old and the daughter Qf Mr. and Mrs .
Ross Mitchell, Jf. of WayneSVille. She has been a member of the
for two years. Her Champion Hereford Steer was bought by
Paul E. of Franklin, who is a cal')didate foi Clerk of
Cotirts. The steer weighed 940 pounds and sold for 52 cents per
pound.
Wayne Township was well
represented at the Warren Coun.
ty Fair .last week in the 4H
division with winners in anum
ber of projects.
swine winners were grand
champion market barrow, Joyce
Sal lard , reserve champion, Ken
Vincent.
Champion pen of three mar
ket hogs, Ken Vincent.
Darren Sallard was the winner
in the junior swine showmanship.
Karen Vincent was the win
ner of the senior division.
. The sheep winners were cham
pion markt:t lamb, Gary Cook, '
reserve champion lamb, Martha
Peters.
Champion pen of 3 market
lambs, Dale Miller.
Champion breeding ewes,
Claudia Miller .
The Junior Showmanship was
won by Robert Rye.
The Senior showmanship was
won by Claudia Miller .
The sheep blocking contest
was won by Mike Newland.
The dairy division, the I:ham-
pion holstein cow was shown
by Gary Cook.
The reserve I:hampion jersey
by Patty Dakin.
Seef division Mike Rhode
hamel had the champion Angus
steer.
The champion hereford stcer
, was shown by Teresa Mitt:hell.
Tom Mitchell was the owner
of the champion shortho,rn steer.
The champion Charolais steer
was shown by Kim Nixon with
Karen Vetrecht having the re-
serve .
The crossbred and others Joe
Mitchell was the owner .
The rate of gain was won by
Debbie Rhodehamel. Debbie's
steer gained 555 pounds from
January 1st. '
The hereford female class,
Dick O'Sanion had the reserve
cl1ampion.
David O'Sanion was the win
ner of the Charalois female class.
Allen Sennett was given the
trophy for the best poultry dis-
play in the 4H. -
Sernard Hall Jr. was the pho-
tography winner .
In the livestock' division Doug
O'Sanion was the winner in the
senior showmanship with -Susan
Fritts the Jf. winner.
These two went on to be the
showm'llllship sweepstakes win
ners.
In the horse and pony show
Kay Osborne was the champion
western showmanship winner.
The champion foalyearling
pony was owned by Julie Long.
Matthew Rye was the sewnd .
place winner -in the pony show
manship class.
.. There will be more events to
announce later.
Woodrow Sowman of Way
nesville owner of Woody's Super
Market in West Carrollton bought
34 ou't of 108 beef.
Out of 51 market lambs 28
were also purchased by Sowman.
Charles Stiles of Waynesville
is the Warren County 4H agent.
He took over the position
on December the 7th .
The Junior 4H members
range in age from 9 to 14.
The Senior membcrs range
in age from 14 to 19.
Ages change on January the
I st for members.
There will be 0 I:amp out for
8910 year olds who will leave
Wednesday and return Friday.
This will be the first time fur
this age group to camp.
About 80 members from
Hamilton County and 80 from
Warren County will be at Camp
Graham near Clarksvillc.
The Senior members will lea-
', vc Sunday and return on Friday.
There will be a full camp of
160 from Warren County with
counselors and work st udy stu-
dents.
Thc crlfollemcnt for lasl year
was 899 and has increased to
1286 this year with 21 new
clubs.
Date
Book
July 30
First Saptist Church, Homecom-
, ing . all day - lunch and singing.
August' 1
Senior Citizens Meeting - at 12
Noon.
July 26, 1972 The MIAMI GAZETTE
FERRY CHRISTIAN DAY
CARE CENTER
OPENING IN SEPTEMBER REGISTER NOW
P H 0 N E: 8 8 5 1116 -. Bettie Brunton
:or stop to see us any Wednesday 9:00 - 11 :00
at the
FERRY CHURCH OF CHRIST
CORNER SOCIAL ROW RD. & WILMINGTON PIKE
DAYCARE: 6:00 A.M. - 6:00 P.M. - Monday through Friday
NURSERY SCHOOL or KINDERGARTEN - 9:00 A.M. -11:30 Daily
Choose Schedule Convenient to You - Two to Five Days per Week
Half-day care available for children attending
Kindergarten in Waynesville
including transportation to or from school
HOT LUNCH - SUPERVISED PLAY
WE EMPHASIZE:
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Bible Teaching for Spiritual Development
Play Equipment for Physical Development
Group activity for Emotional Development
("Because We CARE About Children'
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Worship with us on the Lord's Day
Bible (Classes for all ages)
Morning Worship 10:20 (Services for all ages)
Evening Worship 7:00
Mid-week prayer and Bible study Wednesday 7:30
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A check for $53,361.81 was presented to Warren County Treasurer, Russell Dumford by Robert Kyvik,
The Dayton Power and Ught Company's Xenia District manager. This is DP&L's sixmonth tax pay-
ment and the company will pay a total of $106,723.62 for the year. DP&L pays Iroperty tax on its fac-
ilities just as a home owner does. A total of $24 million in taxes is paid each year to 633 different taxing
entities by DP&L. Pictured here is Robert Kyvik, presenting the check to Russell Dumford .
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SUN WORSHIPPERS TAKE CARE-HAIR CARE
Groomed for the condltlOmng of lovely hair, Clairol's Balsam
2 Regular Formula was used by the dark haired girl on the left,
while Protein Body Formula, which add. extra body to fine
limp hair, waa used by the model at right . Both hair styles are
by Hugh Harrison.
Beach Bunnies and Sun
Worshippers beware. Your
golden suntan can cost you
dearly . The price? Hair that is
dry and brittle. Hair that
looks and feels like straw.
But cheer up. You may
sunbathe all you want if you
take hair care. There's a new
product, Clairol'. Balsam 2,
proof positive that two good
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detangles and desnarls like
the finest creme rinse, while
at the same time, rich mois
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It promises to steal a mere
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make your hair look healthier
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THIS MAY flOOR YOU
Intended as a collector's
item, Drummer Boy ("Der
Paukenspieler " ), by interna-
tionally famous arUst Paul
Klee, haa been duplic:ated in a
Iimited-edition all-welol tapes-
try by Monteomery Ward.
And jlince the 30" x 60" wall
hangings will never. again tie
so (tuplicated, each haa been
registered for authentication.
Owners receive a parchment
certificate showiJ)Il date of
purchase, serial number and
signature of store manaeer
where tbe tapelby ....
bouibt to pl'esene ttlle value '
oC their unique c'I>UeetOr'i! .
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If you slip and dial a wrong number on an
of-town call, don't worry about it. Just tell
the "wronged" party it was a mistake ... ask
for their number and hang up. Then r.eport it
to your local operator. She'll make sure
you don't get billed_
Of course, you should also tell the operator if
our switching equipment connects you wrong.
We don't charge for our mistakes either.
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United Telephone O"e of
County's Larger Tax Payers
A check for was
presented by United Telephone
Company of "Ohio District Man-
ager, Don Shoemaker, to the
Warren County. Treas\Uer as his
firm's second hadf tax payment . . ,
Shoemaker said this tax pay-
ment makes United of Ohio onl;
of the county's larger tax payers.
United serves the Lebanon,
South Lebanon, Morrow, Mason
and Waynesville exchanges with-
in Warren County.
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Irre.ted landing
Lt. Tim O'Laughlin made his IOOth carrier arrested landing re-
cently aboard the USS John F. Kennedy, Lt. O'Laughlin is at-
tached to Attack Squadron Thirty-Four and flies the A-6 Intru-
der jet bomber. Lt. O'Laughlin and VA-34 are presently deployed
aboard Kennedy in the Mediterranean Sea. Lt. O'Laughlin is the
' son of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph P. O'Laughlin, R. R. 3, Waynesville.
In a letter from his public affairs office it stated that our com-
munity and readers should feel a sense of pride for the work be-
ing done by such a fine young AmeriCan serving his country far
from /fPe was from Dernaer M.' Myers, Jr. Lt. J. G.
U. S. N,. Office. ' ' ,
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Who pays for living
expenses (elsewhere)
while they repair your
home?
Boosters team in actilOn at Sunday night's softball game. This
game was between Kier-Bellman and Federle.
Most polici es provide the
coverages you expect - fire,
lightning, storms, riots, vandal-
ism and the like. They .t!
cost of repairs due to thes
losses, But have you thou t
about the cost of living _
elsewhere if your home has to
be repaired or rebuilt? It could
run into hundreds of dollars,
Or, it could be covered in
Boosters Team Standings
Announced
The first round for the Bo
osters softball games have been
announced.
Sackett - won five and lost
none.
Simpson, won four lost one.
.Federle - won three lost two,
Kier-Bellman . won two lost
three.
Hubbell-Lucas - won one lost
four.
Leyes . won none lost five.
The second round as
Simpson - won thlree lost
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HubbeU-Lucas . won two lost
one.
Sackett - won two lost one,
Kier BeUman . won one lost
two.
Leyes . won one lost two.
Federle - won none lost three.
The scores for July 16 were
Hubbell-Lucas 8, Federle 3 .
Sackett 6. Simpson 7 - Kier-
Bellman 5, Leyes 6.
July 23rd results were Kier
Bellman 12, Federle 4 . Simp-
son 8, Hubbell-Lucas 3 . Sackett
8, Leyes 7.
Boosters Project Underway
The Waynesville Athletic
Boosters have a new project un-
derway .
They are installing a
. " link fence around the track 'and
football field.
Several members are working
on the project to insure our
community of a nice and neat
looking school grounds.
Let's all do our part and n')t
abuse the work they are doing.
It is for our benefit.
The Boosters finance these
projects raising money from d if-
ferent sources.
black and white in our
Homeowners Policy, so we
would pay those extra living
expenses! Give us a call. We'll
put your home insurance all
together in one policy for
convenience and saving's sake.

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or 897-6011
23 S. Main
Waynesville, Ohio
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utensils were found on High
Street , Waynesville . The owner
may call for the same al the
Miami Gazette office.

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'(, 30 O,m. Tra I ning Un ion
7 30 p,m,' EvenIng WOI\h,O
7 )0 p , m .. Wednesday P'ayel
Meeting
( AfldlateO wltn Suu thern Bap-
Con ... cn tl o n) ,
First Church of Christ
1 52 HI"h Str eet 89 ' 4786
Keith Frasure, Minister
BIDle Schoot . 9:00 A .M.
Warship 10: 00 A.M.
Evening . 7 : 00 P.M.
Friends MeetinQ
Fourth Street near High
9: 30 a. m .. Sundily Schoo'
10: 45 a. m.' Sunday MeetIng f o r
War,hip (unprogramed)
St. Augustine Church
H,gh Street
Rev. Joseph H . Lut mer . Pastor
7 & 11 a.m . . Masse ,
8 a. m. & 8 p. m . . HOl y Days
7 : 30 p. m . . Forst Friday
7 : 45 a. m. ' Dai l y Mass
5: 3 0 Saturday Mass
St. Mary's Episcopal
Church
Third & MaIn Street>
Rev. HarOld Deeth, Rector
11 : 15 a. m . . Morning Prayer
1st, 3rd & 5th Sundilys ;
HOly Comm'uni on 2nd & 4th
Sundays
United Methodist
Church
Thord & North Street s
L. Vou n g, ' Ml nlster
g : oo a.m. ' ChurCh SC hOO'
10 : 15 a. m .. Chur c h U WerSh. p
6 : 00 p.m.' Jr . & Sr . Youth
Fell Owship
Tht! Full Gospel Tabernacle
R . 3 Ferry Rd.
Rev. Sherman Co uk, Pas t o,
10: 3 0 a. rTI Su nday Sc hOO'
7 : 00 p .m, . Sunday Eve. Ser v ice
7 : 30 p. rn . . weane, day E ve.
Service
7 : 30 p. m . . Sat. Eve. ServIce
First Church of God
49 S. Mill O c,treet
Carl A. Pierce
g : 3 0 a. m . . Sunday SChOO'
10: 3 0 a. m . . M orn i nq Wor!thin
6 : 30 p ,m . Youth FellowshIP
1: 00 p . m . . Sunday evenlnq
7 : 00 o .m .. Wednesday evening
CORWIN
Pentecostal Holiness
Church
Watter L LamD, Past or
10: UO a.m. ' Sunday
7 : 30 p.m. ' Su nday . WedneSday
and Sdturday Evening
Worshi p Service s
7 : 30 p.m., ' Wednesday Youth
Service
MT. HOLLY
United Methodist
Church
Rev . Leondr d Bax ter
9 : ) 0 a, nI .. Sunday SchoO'
11 00 a m . Sund ay Wo rshi p
Se' .... ce
7 : )0 p.rn. We dnesday. Prayer
Ser v Ice
HARVEYSBURG
Friendship Baptist
Church
Souther" Baptist Conventton
James Brown, Pastor
9:30 a.m. ' Sunday SChOO'
10: 30 a. m . . Sunday MornIng
Worshi p
7: 30 p. m. ' Sunday Evening
Service
7: 30 P. m .. Wednesday Midweek
Prayer and SiDle Study
Jonahs Run Baptist
Church
O h io 73 East
10: 00 a. m . . Sunday Schoo'
10: 00 & 11 : OO- a. m .. Sunday
War \hl p Set v Ice
7 : 30 P. m . . Sunday EvenIng
WorSh I p
United Methodist
Church
Dav I d Hat per . Pas tor
g : 30 a. m .. Sunday Chur Ch
SerVice
10: 30 a. m . . Sunday SChool
11 : 00a, m . Sunday Worsh,p
Ser vice
Youth FellOWShIP dOC! Blbl c
Study
Harveysburg Full Gospel
Church
1:::. . So ut n Stf ect
Rcv , Ja ck Ham-It on. P.l l;j t L"
" )0 p.m TueS d a v
7 : JO P Il) Fr rd.I \ ' . You n t.
Pe DDie' S Set Vtc e
10: 00 !l . 1l 1, . Su nU.i V 51 " \,)('
7 : 00 p , m, ' SUflO .. , 'V Ly C'llu).}
SPRING VALLEY
United Methodist
Church
Walnut .
Robert R . M eredi th, Pas10r
9 : 30 a.m. Sunday Sc ho',
10: 30 a. m. ' M o rnin g Wa r sl liD
6 : ) 0 p. m . . Yout n Fe ll o wship
Jr , HIgh & Sr . HI gh
7 : 45 p. m. We d"esda y
R e heaf!wll
Spring Valley Church
of Christ
G'ady Street
10 : 00 a. m. - M Ofnlng WOrship
7 : 00 p. m.' Evening Wo r!:.hlp
8 : 00 p. m .. We dnesday E vpn lng
WOf shlP
Spring Valley
Friends Church
Mound Street
E. Frtend Co user . Pastor
9 : 30 a. m . . Sundily SChoo.
10: 30 a. m .. MornIng WorShIp
Christian Baptist Mission
Main Street
Mrs. Loi s Dunaway. Pastor
10 a. m. Sunday School
11 a. m . . MornIng Worshi p
7 : 30 p. m . Evening Worship
7 : 30 p,m .. Prayer Meeting
WedMsday & Thursday
7 : 30 p. m. Song-fest . ust
Saturday each month.
DODDS
Free Pentecostal ChlJlrch
of God
R. R . 122 Dodds, Ohio
Pastor, James Coffman
10: 30a. m. Sunday School
7: 00 !,. m . Sunday E van gelistic
Service
7: 30 p.m . . Wednesday
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LYTLE
United Methodist
Church
John K. Smith, M ini st er
9 : 30 a. m . . Sunda'y SChOO'
10: 30 a. m . . Sunday WorshIp
Service
8 : 00 9 : 00 p. m.' WedneSda y
EvenIng, BIDle Study
CENTERVI LLE
The Centerville First
Pentecostal Church
173 E. FranklIn Street
Ray Norvell. Past or
Gene BIcknell . Ass ' l.
10: 00 a. m. - Sunday
7 : 00 p . m . Sunday fVCIlII\q
7 : ) 0 O.nl . . rVC ll tiHI
GENNTOWN
Genntown United Church
Of Christ
RC'utC' .1 2 .tt (';cnn l nwll
5 1 III 1'1(". P .Hllll
C) l O.l Ill .. WOf s h,p St: ' \/ Il. ' :
10 30
fJ 00 p , l n, ' SlIIld.lY YOl rl ,'
, l'IIOWOj ll.p
FERRY
Ferry Church of Christ
W,'mlnyt on Pike &
So cIa . Row Road
Bus WIseman, Minister
9 : 00 a.m. ' Sunday BiDle Schoo.
10 : 15 a. m. ' Su.'da\' Worship
10: 1 5 a. m .. Sunday YOll t h
WorshlO _
7 : 00 P.M. Evening Service
7 : 30 p , m .. We dn'eSr'lY , Midweek
Prayer and BIDl e Sh",'y
RIDGEVILL[
Ridgeville Community
Church
51. RI. 48 & Lower
SprIngboro Road
Ra y L. Shelton, Pa.t c r
9 : 30 a. "" .. Sunday Sc: hClol
10: 45 a.m .. Morning WorShIp
7 : 30 p. m.' Sunday E vening '
Service
7 : 30 p . m .. Wed,nesday Evening
service
5 : 30 P. rT\, Sunday Sr. '(outh
Recre41tion
6 : 30 P.m . . Sunday Sr . 'fouth "
Services
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GERTRUDE R. BIGGS
Gertrude R. Biggs, age 73,
passed away at Hall Manor Nurs-
ing Home. Formerly of R. R. I ,
Waynesville, She died Monday
at Kettering Hospital,
She was a member of the
St . Augustine Catholic Church
in Waynesvi ll e.
Survived by two sons Carl
and Gerald, both of Lebanon.
one daughter Mrs. Virginia Har
lan, of Blanchest er, and several
grandchildren.
Funeral services will be held
at 9:40 a.m. Thursday at the
Stubbs-Conner Funeral Home in
Waynesville,
Mass of the Resurection will
be at 10:00 AM, at the St. Aug-
ustine Catholic Church. Father
Francis Marinell Celebrant, In-
terment Miami Cemetery, Cor-
win,
The family will receive friends
from 3:00 to 5:00 and 7:00 and
9:00 P.M. Wednesday at the
funeral home.
Rosary service 8:00 P.M. Wed-
nesday at the funeral home.
PATTI S. HALL
Patti S. Hall, age 19. of Bell-
brook Road, Waynesville, died
accidently Thursday in Dayton.
She was a secretary at Al-
berry and Roberts. Attornies in
Dayton. A 1971 graduate of
Waynesville High School. Mem-
ber of Waynesville United Meth-
odist Church and Waynesville
Rainbow Assembly No. 140,
Survived by her parents Clar-
ence and Jane Hall of Waynes-
ville, 6ne sister Lorre J., at home,
mat ernal grandmother Mrs.
Verne Schroufer of Kettering.
Funeral services were held
at II a,m. Monday at the Stubbs-
Conner Funeral Home. Waynes-
ville. Rev. l. l. Young officiat-
ed. Interment Memorial Park
Cemetery, Dayton.
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a,m. to 9 p,m, home grown hall
runners & top crop beans by the
pound or bushel - cabbage, beets,
cucumbers, squash, tomatoes, sweet
corn, fresh e9gs, honey, sorgum, pre-
serves, etc. - beginning Thursday July
20th, half runners you pick - 9 a,m,
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HOUSES FOR SALE
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GARAGE SALE - moving - starts
Sat, 29th - relrlg bdrm suit - stove
& other household items - 2145 Har -
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LOST
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$5 Reward lor return - 897-4971
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1961 MG MAGNETTE - fair
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roll out windows $40 - 897-
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Though its forbidding floor
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the North Sea promises to be
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Why? Because, despite all
its challenges and tricky geo-
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water might well rest above
one of nature's greatest reser-
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Th is scientifically sound
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1959 discovery of an under
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which was so large, it placed
th a t country fifth in the
world as a natural gas sup'
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explorers to anticipate the
existence of similar fields
beneath the floor of the near-
by North Sea.
And so, oil men went to
sea to survey the prospects .
Taking advantage of the latest
and most sophisticated elec-
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Continental Oil Company
soon discovered a profusion
of undersea structures and
formations indicating the
presence of an excitingly vast
fuel reservoir beneath their
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Not long afterwards,
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Conoco experienced the dis-
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made their experts more than
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One major success is the
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the field was of such a size to
make gas extraction in com-
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potential. This potential was
realized in March 1969 with
the discovery of yet another
well.
Later this year when gas
will sLart to flow Lo market
the VikinJ! Field will be one
of the most important
elements in GreaL Britain's
National Gas Gri d system,
and a 'second wave" of
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further North Sea riches.
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THURS. JULY 27 THRU TUES. AUG. 1
II's always
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Night Call
Nurses
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Changes In Dialing
Procedures at United
Lebanon City Fire Depart
ment will have a new telephone
number effective August 20th.
1972. at 2:01 a.m. Don Shoe-
maker . Lebanon District Man-
ager of United Telephone Com-
pany ()f Ohio. advised the new
fire number will be 932-2222.
Shoemaker notes that this will
be the only emergency telephone
number changed in his district
due to the cutover to the new
equipment August 20th .
Changes in other dIaling pro-
cedures wi ll alsu take phce . All
United of Ohio customers in the
Lebanon. South Lebanon . Ma
son. Morruw and Waynesvi lle
areas will dial 411 for Directory
Assistance and 611 for Repa ir.
Customers will also dial zero to
reach the Operator and I as the
access code tor Oirect Distance
Dialing.
Shoemaker stated. "New dir-
ectories will be distributed in
concurrence with the August
20th cutover to the new equip-
ment. The new directory will
list aU number changes and new
dialing procedures."
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Rainbow for Girls held at Athens, Ohio, Ohio University Campus,
July 13 - 16, 1972. This Grand Assembly is attended by Rainbow
Girls from all ovm Ohio and this year over 3,000 girls were in
attendance. Cheryl has been a member of Rainbow since Decem-
ber 8, 1965.
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July,26, 1972 .'
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Caesar's Creek Reservoir (if
and when it arrives) will be en
Joyed by many boaters, fisher-
men, duck hunters, and the like -
but all this not without sacrifice
of acres of beautiful land and
points of interest that will be
destrQyed and/or buried beneath
itsw3ters.
One. spot to be inundated is
the site of" Jonah's TreeHouse".
Jonah Eaton, the earliest
known white resident of the
area, was captured by Irqols
Indians in Fort Bedford, Penna.
when he was 15 years old. They
later transfered Jonah to a party'
of Shawnees who brought him
into central and southern Ohio.
He was well liked by both tribes
and became a member in good
standing, sharing their life and
nomadic habits.
After a military victory in
1764, the Indians were forced
into a treaty which included a
proviso that all white prisoners
be returned.
Being a man used to action,
Eaton was soon to be found in
the ranks of the military. He
served in many campaigns and
was most valuable as a guide _
and then interpreter at treaty
time. It is thOUght he was deed-
ed land here in payment for a
ground survey of the Miami Val.
ley in 1797.
For approximately the next
10 years, he took up residence
in the 'hollowed trunk of a great
sycamore tree into which he
could walk from the ground
outside.
"His tree-home was on the
north bank of present day, Jon-
an's Run, about a half mile from
Caesar Creek and ideally located
in a cove for protection from
the wintry blasts. The entrance
to his home was from the west
and was not over 3 feet high. It
could be closed by moving a
heavy slab of timber, hewn from
a log, and could be barred from
within.
The interior was about 10
feet by seven, varying in height
from five feet at the lowest
point to seven feet at the high-
est point. In later years he con-
strticted an addition in the form
of all open shed of poles in
front of his home which was
covered with bark.
This gave the aging hunter a
veranda for relaxation now that
his active days were fewer. Here
he could enjoy the sylvan beauty
unsurpassed anywhere."
The Miami Valley began to
build up and in 1802, at the age
of 67, Jonah Eaton decided to
say goodbye to his beloved val
ley and friends and to his .,,_
kin and the scenes Q[ his boy "
hood.
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This is an abbreviated vetsion '
of Marion Snyder;, . .'
Tree House", available fOI! pur.
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August 2, 1972 - Waynesville, Ohio Single Copy IOc
Tombstone Found At Morgan's Market
Last Friday when Kevin
Morgan and Rick Lundy were
digging in the basement of Mor -
gan's Mar,ket in Corwin, they
made a discovery.
They immediately removed
themselves from the basement
to inform Kevin's father , Ray ,
that they had found a tomb-
stone. He thought they were
kidding until he went and saw
for himself.
They are remodeling the
basement and when the boys
started digging for a concrete
floor , they made the discovery.
The tombstone read: Rebecca
M. wife of H. Kilbon, died Sep-
tember 23, 1870, aged 24 years.
The stone came from J Schwartz
in Lebanon, Ohio.
It was iust underneath the
surface but apparently has been
laying there for years.
In a check with Raymond
Adams, Superintendant at the
Miami Cemetery, he said that
a stone was on her grave at
Miami Cemetery and apparently
a new one was purchased years
ago and the old one discarded
in the basement of the store.
Hiram Kilbon built the gen-
eral store in 1866.
It has been in the Purkey
or Lamb family for several
years.
Howard Purkey, Jr. is the
owner of the building which
houses the market.
Mr. & Mrs. Raymond Morgan
have been there since March 9th.
Previous to that time, they
owned the market for two vears.
Since they are doing the re-
modeling work, Morgan said it
was hard to tell what else they
would dig up.
The basement is to be used
for storage and a workshop.
.. Jr.O.OD 51 COlplet es
Tombstone found burried in basement under Morgan's Market in Corwin. Discovered by Kevin
Morgan and Rick Lundy last. week.
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Pa'iil't J II b
_. pleted so they were joined by 'Kronenberger, Roger JCto'Menber-
Troop S 1 and their leaders. ger, Tim Carnes, and Grleg Gross.
On hand Thursday night were senior patrol members, and Mike
Last Thursday night Troop scout master of the troop, Len Anderson.
. 51 from Waynesville helped on Ghearing, Estey Pringle,. com- Also on hand was Robert
the painting project at the home mitteeman, and Dale Lander Kronenberger , Gary Bellman.
of Ann Mason in Harveysburg. also a committeeman. Dennis Dalton-, Juanita Corby
The week before, several Also Louie Lander, Matt and Mary Bellman.
from next door.
Her pump was bad so Estey
Pringle is going to fix that for
her this week.
Ann Mason is still over-
whelmed at all the good scouts
that have come to her aid.
EDITOR'S NOTE
Anyone interest ed in being
a correspondent for ! he Lytle,
Corwin, or Mt Holly area can
contact me at 897-5921 for
information. Ask for Mary
Bellman.
friends from Waynesville and Engle, Bill Pringle, Dave Pringle, The group discovered that
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Old LandmlJrk In W'aynesville
The home of Mr. & Mrs. D. E. Elliott at 221 North Main Street was the first distillery in Waynesville
. buUt in 1801 by Samuel Martin. It is now the kitchen of the former Orange and Emma Raper home.
The Rapers occupied the home for several years. Mrs. Raper is now a resident of the Friends Home.
The Elliots' have done extensive remodeling on the home since they purchased it.
GaZ'-1 (e Employees left to right Mary Bellman - editor. Maureen
Hepner - staff employee, Vicki Hilton, Clifton Meager - staff
employee and Philip Morgan - general manager.
Photo by Ada Moore
Vickie Hilton said a tearful
goodbye to fellow Miami
Gazette employees last Wednes-
day.
She has been employed on
the staff for the past two-years.
She was the assistant adver-
tising manager, bookkeeper ,
type setter, and bridal consultant.
We all miss her but Wish her
well in her new home in Atlanta,
Georgia.
She was presented a radio
for a going away present by
fellow employees .
She has been replaced by
Ada Moore of Waynesville.
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THE MIAMI GAZETTE
P. o. BOX 711. WAYNESVILLE PHONE 8975921
Mary Bellman
Phillip Morgan
Editor
Advertising Manager
The Valley Shopper. Inc.
Plaidy
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Enemies, A Love Story
Godforgotten
Quiet End of the Evening
JANE McCULLOCH
ARTIST OF THE MONTH
. Publilherl
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Kilburn names committee: L-R Frank E. Hess. Manager.
John Kilburn. GOP candidate for Sheriff and Carl
Finance Chairman.
L ___ _______
James M. KilblUrn, Republican
candidate for Sheriff of Warren
County (center) is shown with
Frank E. Hess (left) of main
ville, Manager of the Kilburn
for Sheriff Committee and Carl
W. Oeder (right) Finance Chair
man. Other Committee members
are Russell KilblJlrn, of Morrow
Advisor and Shirley Kilburn of
lebanon. Secretary. The Com
mittee will hold its first meeting
Thursday, August 10, 8:30 PM
at the Kilburn residence on Halls
Creek Road, Morrow and will
meet every other Thursday at
the same place thereafter. Any
one interested in working with
the committee is invited to
attend.
Ii -Rife Carpet B Ti Ie
CARPET
CERAMIC
140 So. Main SI.
Waynesville, Ohio 45068
Phone 897-5511
Open 6 Days a Week 9-5
FLOOR
CEILINGS
WILL BRING SAMPLES TO HOME
A. V. McCloud FREE ESTIMATES Azzo Roark
DR. THOMAS B. DANKWORTH
Optometrist
announces the opening of his office for the practice of
Optometry and Contact Lenses at 777 Columbus
Avenue. (Berkley Building). Lebanon. Ohio 45036
fveninqs By Appointment
Office Hours Daily By Appointment
Phone : 932-5965
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Lebanon exchanges of United
Telephone Company of Ohio
will also have Automatic Num
ber Identification after August
20th, 1972. According to Don
Shoemaker, Dist rict Manager. an
additional $235.000 is being in
vested to provide ANI for Mason.
Morrow. South Lebanon and
Waynesville customers with one
and twoparty lines.
The equipment is being in
stalled and made ready for the
cutover to the new equipment .
With ANI. United <.:Ustomers with
one and twoparty servke will
not have the operator ask for
their number when placing long
distance calls by distance
dialing; the number will be autu
matically identified.
"The investment broken down
would read like this : Waynes
ville . $S6.oo0; Morrow. $26.000 ;
Mason . $122 .000; and South
Lebanon. $31.000 . .. Shoemaker
stated .
Shoemaker also reminds Uni
---------------------------1 ted customers the new nre num-
State Rt. 48 & Lower Springboro Rd.
Small Classes Individual Atten.
Christian Training
High Academic Standards '
Phonetic Approach To Reading
Registrations Now
Being Taken
Grades '-6- Kindergarten Smaller
Pre Kindergarten, Ages 2%-3-4
DAY CIRE
Call: 9335766
ber for the City of Lebanon
will be 932-2222 after August
20th . 1972. All Lebanon area
,customers will dial 411 for Di
rectory Assistance . 61 I for Re
pair . zero for Operalor and will
use the access code of I for
Direct Distance Dialing.
"HOW'S YOUR TELEPHONE
SERVICE?"
Several Waynesville Residents
are disgusted with their telephone

The complaints range from
service terrible. not so good on
the direct dialing and troubl e
on local dialing.
One person complained he
tried from 9:00 AM until 3:00
PM before he could reach
Lebanon.
Another party let the phone
ring 72 times for the operator .
got disgusted. hung up and it
rang 33 times the second time
before he got an answer.
This happened on the 20th
of July .
One resident said the servke
hasn't improved any . still
terrible .
"It stinks." one person com
fliCnted.
Another said. " It is just
plain redkulous and a poor ex
cuse for service."
Several people h"ve com
plained about being cut off right
. in the middle Qf a conversation
which is very irritat ing.
One party was making a call
tll Indianapolis . Indiana and her
call cut into the Ll'banon Poli'ce
Department while two policemen
were III t he middle of a con
versation.
Several residents are wondering
when we can expect better
servke.
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FARMER'S GRANGE TO
HOLD PICNIC
The Waynesville Farmer's
Glange No 13 will hold their
annual picnic August the 5th
at 7 :00 PM in the yard of the
Friend's Social Room.
All members are urged to
attend.
.. , Guests are also welcome for
the occasion.
August 2. 1972
A'iTENTION
F<XlO HANDLERS
To- Honey Festival Conce,sions.
Community Organizations and
War.en County Groups who
serve food at Fairs. Carnivals
Festivals or other local fund
raising projects.
A recent article in the Western
Star indicated that the members
that the members of the Warren
County Board of Health had
approved the proposal of Dr.
Charles A. Dille . our Warren
County Healt h Commissioner.
to . raise the fee for a Food
Handters Permit from the pre
sent $1.00 a year to $3.oo!
The increase will take effect on
September I .
1ft his 3()()7c. i rease is al
lowed to stand it will. in our
opinion. force the Honey Fes
tival. the Wine Festival. the
Sauerkraut Festival. the Mason
Community Unity Days. the
Springboro Festival. Franklin
Community Projects and many
other community fund raising
promotions to cease operations
because of a lack of support
from local organizations.
No group planning to sell
food items at one of these 10'
cal affairs could afford to pay
a $3.00 fee for each one of
their members to work for only
one. two or three days. Boy
and Girl Scouts. 4H members.
Booster Clubs. Kiwanis. Lions.
4Rotary. Jaycees. Churches. etc .
use as many as 30 of their'
members. working in shifts. to
staff their concession stands and
even now the $1 .00 fee cuts
into the profits that are used
for the benefit of all of our
communities and projects.
We feel that the Board of
Health should consider that
there is a difference hetween ;J
permit issued fOI a full time
employee in a restaulalll or other
commercial enterprise and the
unpaid worker who will in must
cases use the permit for only a
few days. once a yeal. to help
hi s organi/.ation raise funds to
suppurt their projects .
The dire<.:tors of t he Ohio
Honey Fest ivai have been in
contact with Dr. Dille and have
\
asked to be given timc on the
agenda for the next meeting of
the Board on August 9th. We
will al that time ask that the
increase he dropped at least for .
workers participating in comnlll
:nity fund raising projects.
We suggest that each interes-
ted group in our county con
tact with Dr. Dille and have
asked to be given time on the
Board of Health at once and
express your feelings in Ihe llIal
ter. If you wish to send a
letter or resolution to our offil:e
prior to the meeting we will
present it whl' n wc appl'ar be
fore the board.
The members 01 t he Board
of Health are: Dr. Ridlard W.
Johnson. DVM. Mason; Gene A.
Nock. MD. Franklin ; Chester R.
Heery. Lebanon; Mrs. Charles
Rye. Waynesville; Daniel A. Far-
widk. DVM. Mason; Raymond
Wirsch. Goshen; and Frederick
A. Guenther. DVM, Springboro.
Ohio Honey Festival
Box 192 lebanon
Ph . . 932-9916
August 2, 1972 The MIAMI GAZETTE
FERRY CHRISTIAN DAY
CARE CENTER
A Community Service Project Of The
FERRY CHURCH OF CHRIST
"Because We Care About Children"
Register Now!
Opening Sept II !
Mail form below to: Ferry Christian Day Care Center
R. R. 3 Waynesville
Or Call: Bettie Brunton 885-7716
Registration Form: Ferry Christian Day Care Center
Child's name: ______________ Age ____ _
Parent's Name:
Class appl ying rur:
Pre-Schuul - Days per week : ________ _
(4 -5 y r a ids) (2-5 da ys)
Nur sery - Days per we ek: ________________ _
( 2 - 3 yr ai d s) ( 2 -5 day s )
Daycare - Hours per day : ______ J"'I.M. Ill ____ _ M.
(any age - 6 am t o 6 pm)
(All day care pupil s automatically enrolled in Nursery or pre-school classes)
Signed : ----- Phone: ______ _
WE OFFER: Small Classes - Christian Teachers - A Real Concern
For Children
WE EXPECT: To help your child develop physically, mentally, and
spiritually
THE END OF YOUR SEARCH
FOR A FRIENDLY BIBLE BELIEVING CHURCH
Ferry Church Of Christ
Worship with us on the Lord's Day
Bible School 9:15 (Classes for all ages)
Morning Worship 10:20 (Services for all ages)
Evening Worship 7:00
Midweek prayer and Bible study Wednesday 7:30
THE DIFFERENCE IS WORTH THE
COME - - - SEE
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FOR KNAPP SHOES
PROFESSI ONAL UNIFORMS & JACKETS
WEDDING INVITATIONS
& BUSINESS ADVERTISING SPECIALTIES
S. L. Henderson - Ph . 932-7441
901 Stanwood Dr .. Lebanon, Ohio
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DAYTON SUGGESTED R ET A I L GOO DRI C H
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WHOLESALE - RETAIL SALES 8< SERVICE
Wheels - Bolleries - Shock, - Broke, & Alignmen l
101 N. MAIN ST., BELLBROOK, OHIO Phone: 848-6291
Phone : 236-0300
AN ORGANIZATION OF PRorESSIONAL AUlOMOBILE SAlSM[N
Doug Sturgill
STENGERS FORD. INC.
2901 SOUTH DIXIE DRIVE
SALES REPRESENTATIVE
NEW AND USEQ CARS AND TRUCKS
LEASING AND FLEET
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lamb Celebrate
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48th Anniversary-
Mr. & Mrs. Cledus D. Lamb Sr.
Mr. & Mrs. Cledus D. Lamb
Sr . celebrated their forty-eighth
wedding anniversary on Monday,
the 24th of July.
The Lambs were married in
Richmond , Kentucky on July 24,
1924.
They are the parents of four
teen children and fifty-six grand-
children, also six great-grand-
children.
They have been residents of
the Weynesville area for several
years.
Congratulations to the Lambs
on their anniversary.
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WAVNESVILLl'. OHIO .1"'
MEMBER
The'MIAMI GAZE1rrE
COUNTY DEMOCRATS MEET
Warren County Df:mocrats
met Thursday night and appoint-
ted four persons to vacancies
on the Warren County Demo-
cratic Central and Executive
Committees.
The new committeemen are ;
Larry Riddle of Waynesville,
Wayne Township, North West :
, ,
Julia Kier, Waynesville, Waynes-
ville Village, north; Mary Lemay.
W"ynesville, Waynesvill,e Village,.
south; and Doris Baker, Morrow
Route One, Harlan Twp., north.
The Committee voted to re-
commend to the Board of Edu
:cation that they form a precinct
for Otterbein Home residents
as soon as pOSSible, to make it
easier for residents theJre to vote,
after the matter was brought
to their attention by Marion
Snyder, chairman of the Demo-
crats Registration Committee.
The Committee also discussed
special registration dates; the
Fair ; the various Festivals to be
held in the area durirlg the ne:
few months; Democratic heae.
quarters locations; their part in
siding Eugene O'Grady, Director
of Highway Safety, in helping
to improve traffic safety condi-
tions; and the annual chicken
barbecue to be held at the Amer-
can Legion in Lebanon on Thurs-
day, October 19.
It' was announced that Helen
Ledbetter won the television set
given away at the Democratic
booth at the Fair.
Stan Kolb and Cecil Unkous
presided at the Central and Exe-
cutive sessions, held consecutive-
ly, and Marion Snyder led the
group in prayer preceeding the
meeting. Following prayer, the
Committee members werr. led
in the Pledge to the Flag by
Chairman Kolb.
Students Accepted At
W'inona State College
Michael E. Davis and Mike
L. Burden of Waynesville, Ohio.
seniors at Springboro High
School , have been accepted for
admission to Winona State
College.
Students enrolling for the
. 1972 fall quarter will come to
campus early for Freshman
Orientation Week, Sept. 18-20.
Upperclassmen will take them
on tours, assist them in regis-
tering for classes, and join
them at a President's convoca-
tion, a picnic, and social events.
In mid-AuRust, many of the
new entering freshmen will
.visit Winona Statl! with their
parents for Parents' Day, which
in 1971 attracted! more than
500 persons for a one-day
program. This year's event has
been extended to two days, Aug.
15 and 17.
To date, Winona State haf
accepted nearly 675 freshmen
student applications for the com-
ing academic year. The college
registrar expects at least 525
more by this fall . Classes begin
Sept. 21.
Davis is the son of MI'. and
Mrs. Marion Eugene Davis,
R. R. 2.
Burden is the son of Mr.
and Mrs. Howard Burden,
4301 Townshipline.
AGRI - URBAN EMPLOYEES
HONORED
At the annual dinner for
Agri-Urban employees held Wed-
nesday night at the Town Square
Restaurant in Waynesville, the
following employees were ho-
nored:
Charles South who heads the
petroleum department was hono-
red for 5 years service. He and
his wife Gwen are the parents
of two grown children and have
one granddaughter.
Also honored was Woody
White of Lebanon with 5 years
service. White is a truck driver:
and mill hand. He and his
wife Mary are the parents of
five children.
Also Mike Young was honored
with 5 years service. He is
single.
General Manager Willard Sny-
. der presented the men with Land-
mark tie-tac pins for their 5
years faithful service.
The for the evening
was Dr. Charles Ingrahm of Ohio
State.
Sixty-four guests were on
hand for the annual dinner .
Ridgeville School Expands
The Ridgeville Christian
Schools Board announces the
hiring of three new teachels to
the school staff for the comi .... g
1972-73 year. The school pro-
gram has been expanded this
year to include a complete grade
school program for kindergarten
through sixth grades. One
. teacher more will 'be hired il
the near future.
Miss Toni Capps of Ypsu
lantic , Michigan, has been hired
as a kindergarten teacher. Miss
Capps graduated from Eastern
Michigan University with a
bachelor of science in education
and an emphasis in the area
of emotional disturbed children.
Miss Capps taught sixth grade
in Michigan last year. She is
a member of Kappa Delta Pi,
the National Honor Society in
Education.
Miss Jean Louise Hartman
has been hired as an upper ele-
mentary teacher for the coming
year. Miss Hartman, a native of
Waynesville and graduate of
Springboro High School, recently
' completed her studies at Oral
Roberts UnivefSity in Tulsa,
Oklahoma. In addition to her
other duties, Miss Hartman will
direct the music program.
After teaching one year at
Hartfort Christian School in
Maryland, Miss Ruth O'Diam of
Covington, Ohio returned home
to Ohio. She will take the
duties of second grade at Ridge-
ville Christian School. Miss
O'Diam is a graduate of Man-
chester College and will also
bring some practical experience
to help the library and audio
visual programs
August'2, 1972
HARVEYSBURG:
By Mlrjllln "'-
PIa.' 897-8172
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Mr. & Mrs. Dave Martin and .
family of Dayton were Sunday
;guests of Mr. & Mrs. Lewis .
Hoagland.
The Missionary Circle of
Jonahs Run Church met last
Wednesday afternoon at the
home of Mrs. Kash Gilbert.
The Prayer and Bible study
group are meeting each Thursday '
morning at the United Metho-
dist Church. The public is in-
vited to attend.
Monday evening guests of Mrs.
Lucy Price were Mrs. Delore
Locke and son David of Arleta,
California and Mr. & Mrs. Nevin
Weidle and family of Bellbrook.
Mr. & Mrs. Charles Beck and
family of near Tuscon, Arizona,
spent the weekend at the home
of Mr. & Mrs. Charles Ellison.
Mr. Charles Ellison attended
services at the Baptist Church
in Centerville Sunday.
Mrs. John Crukovich and two
daughters from Massachusetts are
house guests of her sister Mrs.
Fred McKnight at Camp
Kirkwood.
Mr. & Mrs. Ronald Gibson
of near Martinsville were Sunday
guests at the home of Mr. &
Mrs. Frank Gibson and family.
Mr. & Mrs. William Boggs of
. Enon, Mrs. Melva Tewart of
Middletown and Mr. Marc Korb
of Hamilton were Saturday Even-
ing dinner guests of Mr. & Mrs.
Robert Brandenburg.
Mr. & Mrs. Marvin Ayers
and sons Ralph-and Marvin, Jr. '
of Cincinnati were Wednesda)
guests of Mrs. Lucy Price. .
Mr. & Mrs. George Hormell
of Lebanon and Mr. & Mrs.
W. O. McClelland of Clarksville
were Sunday guests of Mrs. Lucy
Price.
Start the Day
With English Muffins
A nutritious breaktast IS
important the year around.
One of the best of breakfasts
both as to flavor and nutri-
tion, is the egg, bacon,
English muffin breakfast
served with a vitamin erich
fruit . English muffins, en-
riched with B vitamins and
iron make a crunchy, flavor-
ful base for an egg fixed any
style.
According to the S. B.
Thomas' people, the specialty
baken; since 1880, the way to
bring out all the freshly
baked flavor of toasted
English muffins is to begin by
splitting them correctly . This
should be done by sc'oring the
muffins all around with the
tines. of a fork and then
gently pulling apart. This
method makes interesting
hills and valleys characteristic
of Thomas' English muffins
a nd opens larger areas to
toasting.
Always butter English
muffins fresh from the
toaster lind serve them imme-
diately. Any number of
toppings including jams,
jellies. honey as well as the.
traditional marmalade, go '.
well with the toasted Enllish
muffia half to be H"eel on
the lide. .
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August 2, 1972
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I HOME PROJECTS ARE EASY
AND FUN TO DO WITH
SAKBETE'
CONCRETE AND
MORTAR MIXES
You can make your
back yard the envy
of the nr.ighhorhood
.. . have a patio.
t err ace walk, lawn
benc hes and Aow-
er bed curbing ..
ente rtain around
an outdoor grill.
Fun to do and
economi cal too,
with Sakret{'
. .. a mix for
every ty pe 0 f
job,
WAYNESVILLE
LUMBE R
COMPANY
Ph. 897-2966
Boosters To Hold Party
The Waynesvill e athl et ic
Boost ers will have a soft ball
party on August 19th at 2:00
P ,M. at the home of Jerry
Bradley .
Bradley' s home is located ap-
proximately VI mile from the new
Waynesville water towe r on the
left hand side of the road going
frunI Waynesvi ll e,
It is ncar the intersection
of Lytle and Ferry Ruad and
can be ide ntified by a sign
"Bradley Acres".
All members are urged to
attend,
Their last game of the season
will be August the 6th ,
The scores for last Sunday
night s games were as follows :
lIst game - Hubbel -Lucas 13
Leyes 2
2nd game - Simpson 5
Federle 4
3rd game - Sackett 7
Kier-Bellman 5
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NORTH MAIN STREET, WAVNESVtLLE
MAVT,AG WASHERS - OPEN 24 HOURS
RAPI CAR WASH
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4-11111
FOUR LEAF CLOVERS
The Wayne Four Leaf Clovers
had a good fair debut this year.
As combined effort, the mem-
bers created a first place Ooat
cent ered around the theme" A
Portrait of Youth Throughout
The Years", The theme of the
fair booth was similar to the
Ooat and the di splay also cap-
t urep first place. In t he
of sewing, Anne Shutts received
second place in Dress-Up Out -
fit and Kay Shutt s received
second place in Active Sport s
Clothes, Sherri Ratliff and Beth
Jones gave a demonst rat ion from
our club on "Appetizt:rs" and
Anne Shutts on 'Grill-ous
Deserts". Forty-five projects
were completed thi s year by
19 members,
In the latter part of Augusl
the club is planning a field trip, .
Grange !\Iews
I he lollowing are the im-
portant activities uf Farmers
Grang_ during July , Farmers
Grange No, 13 planned and made
... ___________________ - ______ booths in the Grange building
at the Warren County Fair held
July 19th to 23rd. Both the
Subordinate Grange and Junior
Grange won -4th place , The
theme for all granges is "Stepping
Stones of Success in 'the Grange
Pathway are Understanding, In-
volvement, Cooperation , Respect
and Achievement" , We took
part in the Women' s Activities
Committee lunch room furnish-
ing 6 pies a day during the Fair.

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Sunday evening of the Fair,
Warren Co Granges celebrated
the l00th anniversary of the
founding of the Ohio State
Grange_ Farmers Grange is one
01 the oldest granges In Ohio.
This special program was held
in the C;':lIldstand open to the
public.
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FOUND -
A bag of cook-out supplies and
utensils were found on High
Street, Waynesville, The owner
may call for the same at the
Miami Gazette office,
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The Texas Squire displays the perfect form thl't won him the
9th Annual Purina Award for the Top Field Trial Bird Dog in
the U.S. He won the coveted award with the highest number
of points ever compiled , The four-year-old, white and orange
Pointer is owned by Edwin Brown of Troup, Texas and
trained by John Rex Gates, Leesburg, Georgia,
Texas Squire Named Top U.S. Bird Dog
The Texas Squire has bee n
named Top Field Trial Dog of
the Year .
He earned th e title by
winning the coveted Purina
Award for 197 J7 2. Louis J .
Pegram, Ralston Purina Di
r I' c t or 0 f Pro f e ss io n a I
Services, presented the award
during ceremonies held at the
Grove Park Inn , Ashville,
North Ca rolina . The North
Carolin a Field Trial Associa -
tion hosted the ceremo ni es .
The four year otd , whit e
and orange Pointer won the
9th annual award with 2 ,940
points, th e highest numbe r
ever compited by an award
winner . The Texas Squire is
owned by Edwin Brown of
Troup, Texas, and trained by
John Rex Gates of Leesburg,
Georgia . This is the second
tim I' Gates has trained a
winning dog. He trained th t'
1966 Purina Award winne r,
Safari .
Each year, the Ra lston
Purina Company prese nts its
award to the dog accumu
latin!! the most points
throughout the season in
majur American and
Ca nadian field trials . Award
points are determined by the
number of dogs in each fi"ld
trial ev!'nt and how each dog
placl's in the event. Durinf,!
thl' past season, th .. Texas
Squire won the National
Championship, th('
Saskatchewan Open Chicken
Championship and the
Oklahoma Ope n Quail
Championship. He was
runner up in the Continental
All -Age Championship, the
Dominion Chicken
Champi o nship and the Quai l
Ch ampi o nship Invit ational.
Establish('d in 1963, the
Purina Awar d n o t only
hon o r s ou tstanding dogs ,
trainers and their owners, but
h e lps st imul ate greater
interest in field competition
e vents . Some 300 pointinf,!
dogs compete each y!'ar fur
the pri zed Purina Award , the
highest honor a bird dog can
receive .
Brown , as o wner of the
Texas Squir .. , received the
Purina plaque ptus a bolo ti e
bearing the gold a nd si lv .. r
Top Dog Award emblem.
Gates, the dog 's trainer, was
awarded $500 plus the plaque
and tie . '
Former winners of the Top
Dog Award and their owners
are Wa r Storm, 1963-64,
owner B . McCall ,
Birmingham, Alabama; Red
Water Rex , 1964 -65 , owners
W. T. Pruitt and E. B.
A I e x and e r , Jr . , J a c kso n,
Mississippi ; Safari, 1965-66,
owner Seller H. Vredenburgh,
A I a bam a ; Rig gin s W h i te
Knight , 1966-67 , owner Dr .
N . E. Palumbo, Honolulu,
Ha waii, Red Water Rex ,
1968-69 , owners W. T. Pruitt
and E. B. Alexander , Jr . ,
Jackson, Mississippi ; Johnny
Crockett, 1969-70, owner J .
P . Sheely, Denton, Texas :
a nd Wrap - Up, 1970-71,
owners J . T . Payne,
Birmingham, Alabama , and
Jimmy Hinton, Tuscaloosa ,
Alabama .
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WAYNESVI LLE
Church of Christ
Tt'lIr d & M ldml Streets
C har l C\ P IKe. Ewar "ellst
1 Q . 00 d m , Mo rn tnq
G )0 o. m. Sun o E vcnll ' C;
(, JO 0. "'" Wear "Oa I E vl'n ,n g
r'l none 897 . ..14 (,2 1 (", tn f ormatlon
First Baptist Church
"'cHIn Ma i n Stret:'
I o n ,. D. U!l ho ,ne, PaHo r
10 00 d , m S un Oa y SChOOl
11 00 a , m . Mo r n ing WOrSh , p
il )Oo.m, 1,a1l11119 U n ,o r,
I ) 0 p. m, [yenl ng W()Isn ,p
) ) 0 P. nl , Wednes da y Prayer
Meeting
A fl tl td t e c wdh Sou tne r n BJP-
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Church of Christ
89 / 4786
}'<,elth Frasu re , Minister
BIOl e School - 9 : 0 0 A .M .
w o rship 10 : 00 A .M.
Evening - 7 : 00 P.M .
Friends MeetinQ
F ourt h St r ee t n eel r HI gh
9 : 30 a. m , . Sunda y SChOOl
10: 45 a. m. ' Sunda y Meet i n g t or
lunpf o g,a meo)
St. Augustine Church
H , gh St reet
Rev . J 0 50Cpn H. Lu t mer , Past o r
7 a. m, & 11 a. rr .. Masses
8 d , m. & 8 p , m , . H Oly Days
7 : 30 o. m, First Friday
7 ' 45 a. m.' Dally Mass
5 : 30 Satur da y Mass
St. Mary's Episcopal
Church
T tllf d & Main Stree t 'i
F'=I:CY . Har Old Decth, Rec t o r
1115a,m. - M o r n l ng,:lrayer
l 'i l, )rd & 51h
H u lV Communi o n 2 no & 41 h

United Methodist
Church
Tt'l Hd & N o rt h spee l s
L. Y ou n g.
9 ' 00 a.lI1. C nUI Ch 501001
10 1 5 a.m. C nU' ( p \ 1 W Of St' I D
6 : 00 p.rn. J . & 51 You l"
F el lu ws h,P
Thl:! Full Gospel Tabernacle

Rev . S hellllan Cov k , Pa') l o 1
10: 3 0 a . m . . Sun day SChOOl
7 : 00 n.m. Sunda y Eve. Ser v. ce
7 . 3 0 D. rn, - w e ane!t d ay Eve.
ServIce
7 : 30 p. m . Sat. E\le. Ser\l lce
First Church of God
49 5 , MaiO C; treet
Carl A. Pier ce
9 : 30 a. m. Sunday SchOOl
10: ) 0 a. m . . M o rnlnq Wo rs r-" p
6 : 30 p . m . You tn F ellowshiP
1: 00 O. m . - Sunda y evenln q
7 : 00 a ,rn . . wednesday evening
CORWIN
Pentecostal Holiness
Church
Walter L Lamb, Past o r
10 . 00 it. tn . . Sunday
7 : 3C p. m _ - Sunda y . WedneSda y
and Sa t u rda y venlng
Wor Sh.p Services
7 ' )0 p.m. - w ednesday Yout h
SE'I \lIce
MT. HOLLY
United Methodist
Church
R ev . Leo ndrd Bdxter
9 : 30 a. m Su nda y SChOOl
11 00 .:l . rn .. Sunday W o rshi p
Servi ce
7 30 P. rn . . We dnesday, Prayer
Ser\ll ce
HARVEYSBURG
Friendship Baptist
Church
Sou t hern Baotlst Convent i on
James Br own , r t or
9 : 30 . m . . Sun day Schoot
10 : 30 a. m. - Sunday Ma r ntng
Worshi p
7 : 30 p.m. - Sunday Even,n9
SerVice
7 : 30 p. m .. Wednesda y M i dweek
Prayer and Bible StUdy
Jonahs Run Baptist
Church
U hl C 73 EJst
10; 00 a, 111. - Su nda y Sc h OOl
10 : 00& 1 l:0o.a. nl . SundJ Y
Service
7 30p. m. 5un da yEven1l19

United Methodist
Church
Dav I d Har pCr, Past o r
9 ' 30 a. m .. Sunda y Cnu r c n
Se r \lIce
10 : 30 l1 , m .. Sunda y SchoOl
11 ; OOJ . m . Sunday
VOu l h FCHo w sn l p dll C 8 dJIf
StudY
Harveysburg Full Gospel
Church
t:- Sou l "
Rev J.l ( k. HJ rn 't il". 0 .l'J : \"
I 30 p . n , f U(>"IdJ V
J JO O l n F , d., \ ''' el'''' .
Pc u o le's Se' \'II ... e
10 00 .l n S lI n drJ Y 51. "L'II
7 00 D. lll . ' Sund,1 Y l- Vell.". )
SPRING VALLEY
United Methodist
Churr.h
Walnu t .
R o bert R . MeredI th, Pas t o r
9 . 30 a. m , Sunday Scho-.I
10: JO a.m . . M o rnin g Wor !tlllp
6 : 30 D. m . Yout h Fellowship
Jr . H. q h &. Sr . HI gh
7 4 5 p. m .. Wed,l eSda " ..: half
Re hear!tal
Spring Valley Church
of Christ
GI ddy Str eet
10: 00 a.m. ' MOrning WOrShI p
7 00 p . m . . E veni n g
8 : 00 p. m . ' We dnesday E venin g
WorShi p
Spring Valley
Friends Church
M o und Stree t
E. Friend Co user , Pa st o r
9 ' 30 a. m_ Sunday SChoot
lO: 30a. m , - M o rnIng WOrShip
Christian Baptist Mission
Main Street .
Mrs. LOIS Dun away, Pa s.tor
lOa. m. - Sunday SChOOl
1 1 a. m . - Morning Worshi p
7 : 30 p. m. Evening Worsh,p
7 : 30 p. m. Prayer Meeting
Wednesday & Thursday
7 : 30 P. m . . Song-fest. Last
Saturday each month.
TheMIAMI GAZETTE
DODDS
Free Pentecostal Church
of God
R. R. 1 22 DOdds. 0111 0
Pastor . James Cotf man
10: 30 a. m .. Sunday School
7: 00 p. m .. Sunday Evange listi c
Serv ice
30 p. m .. Wednesday Prayer

LYTLE
United Methodist
Church
John K . Smith, Mi n ist er
9:30 a. m. Sunday SChOOl
10: 30 a, m .. Sunday WcJf S"I P
Serv ICC
8 ' 00-9 : 00 p. m . . WedncsdJV
EvenIng. Blblc Stu dy
CENTERVI LLE

The Centerville First
Pentecostal Church
1 7J E Franklin St rect
Ra y N o rve ll ,
G ene Bicknell, A ss' l.
10 ' 00 a. nl. - Sunday J(. l lIl q l
7 00 P m. S unda y \1(: 1111 1'1
7 : 30 p . rn . V I ' I I I IHl
GENNTOWN
Genntown United Church
Of Christ
R i.ll !\C .1 2 .11
q,l y St ll l 1'1(> 1. PolS! 'l .
C) JO .1 11' . \VOI 'i f" u S ...., \I ' ... 1'
! 0 30 SlIll dJ y C l q ,, ( 11 SU\IIII I
00 P Ill. SlInd,)y 'V (Ild II
rC 1IO wsl1iD
FERRY
Ferry Church of Christ
Wilmingt o n Pike &
5 0c lal Row Roa d
Bus Wi seman, Minist e r
9 : 00 a. m .. Sunday Bible SChOO l
10: 15 a. m . - Su . lday Wo rsh'n
10: 1 5 a.m .. Sunday Youth
Wo rshln _
7 : 00 P.M. Evening S."vlce
30 p.m .. Wednesc'l Y - M,dweek
Prayer an d Bible St u dy
RIDGEVILLE
Ridgeville Community
Church
51. RI. 48 & Lower
Spflngboro Road
Ray L. Shellon , PJ" er
9 : 30 a. m. - Sunday Sc hool
10: 45 a. m , - Mornlnq \lVOrSllip
7: 30 p. m. ' Sunday f: venlng- -
Service.
7 : 30 p. m . . Wednesday E vening
serv i ce
5 : 30 P. rn. Sunday Sr . Youth
RecreatIon
6:30 p. m . Sunday Sr . Youth
Services
This Church Page Is Sponsored For You Through The Courtesy Of The Following Area Merchants
WAYNESVILLE NATIONAL BANK ELLIS SUPER VALl:
WAYNESVILLE. OHIO WAYNESVILLE, OHIO
MIAMI
Births
Mr. & Mrs. Loranzo Neace
are proudl y annou ndng the
arrival of a daughter . Mi chele
Ray na. She made her debut
on Wednesday . Jul y the
weighing in at 8 Ib and II oz.
She is the nmth ctHld for the
cuupl e. They reside un R. R. 3
' Way nesvi ll e.
Merchants To Meet With
Zoning Board
Members of the Way ne Retail
Merchant s associati on will sche-
dule a meeting with zoning boa rd
official s to discuss downtuwn
Way nesvi ll e.
The purpose for the meeting
is to discuss a Culonial basis
for downtown Way nesvill e.
Any new building remodel-
ing the group would like to see
the Colonial look for the down,
town area.
Approximately 18 peopl e
were on hand for the meeting.
Members will be notified of the
next meeting dat e.
August 2, i 912
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August 2, 1972
: POR SALE
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HOOK'S FARM MARKET
Rt. 48 at Ridgeville - open daily
9 a.m. to 9 p.m, - home grown
green beans, cabbage, beets,
cucumbers, squash, tomatoes,
sweet corn, fresh eggs , honey
sorgum, preserves. etc,
(3lc2)
HOUSES FOR SALE
2 STORY COLONIAL - 4 bdrms -
2'12 baths - lull basement w/game
room - 2'/2 car heated garage - cen-
tral .Ir - large I amlly room w/flre-
place and ranch floor, antenna tower
dishwasher & disposal - after 4 - 897
7091 (29NCTF)
.WANTED
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WANTED - Music Students lor Plano
Lessons - limited number only - 932-
6171 129c4)
GARAGE SALES
Garage Sale: mile on Lytle
Road on left hand side of road.
Wednesday, Thursday , Friday
and Saturday. 10:00 A.M. till
5:00 P.M.
GARAGE SALE - moving - starts
Sat. 29th - relrlg - bdrm suit - stove
& other household It ems . 2145 Har-
lan Road - 897-6150 (JOel)
LOST
LOST - boy's brown Irame glasses
$5 Reward lor return - 8;;]-4971
(30cl)
THANK YOU
We wish to extend our deepest
appreciation for the th?ught-
fullness shown us during the
death of loved one, Patti Hall.
A special thank you to Steve
Conner, Rev. Young and the
. United Methodist Church and
a thank you for all who sent
flowers, food and for prayers,
and to the class of "71" who
were pall-bearers.
Mr. & Mrs. Clarence Hall and
Loree.
PAINTING &Df:CORATIN
Interior & Exterior
Dry Wall Repair
RON JONES
513-897-6736
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The MIAMI GAZETTE
Sell.it
' llemi uncler til'" lleadln, a,re run
f,.. and may run up 10 4 _e",
.. n.... cane.l .. d. S_ .. I 1JtI..... Oil
, .... pa ...
FREE PUPPIES - 4th house on
left on Haines Rd off Ferry Rd.
885-2192 31
PRiNTER'S type drawers $5.()(l
each-897-2636. 31
1950 OLDS - set up for drags -
asking $500 - 891-7207 30
SCHWINN - 10 spd bicycle
excel cond - $60 - call 897-5562
310
HONDA 50 Mini Trail - gd eng
$100 - 897-6876 29
1969 CHEVY Impala 350 - V-8
turbo hydromatic - disc brakes
PS - vinyl top . tinted windows
._new tires & shocks - 22,000
miles - $1600 - 897-2712 29
1961 RAMBLER Classic - 6 cyl
stick - $50 - needs battery - 897-
4260 29
HORSE TRAIL Mini Bike - gd
cond - $50 - 933-7156 29
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ROLL AWAY BED - $10
897-7836 29
after 5 - 897 -6021 28
HONDA 175 - 1971 - $500
897-7836 29
1961 MG MAGNETTE - fair
cond - $75 - 897-6021 after 5
14 PC BEGINNER Barbell set -
2 ten Ib weights - 2 5 Ib & 4Y>
Ib - must have at least $10
Gary. Bellmen noon - 7:00 897
5826 28
Builders - Home Own
CARPET
Buy Direct
Nylon Loop - $2.79 sq yd
Nylon Shag - $3.39 sq yd
Kitchen Type Foam Back
,n.39 sq yd
REMNANTS
From 12 X 6 a, $10
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933-8264 Lebanon
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ANTIQUE Pump Organ $75 - 2
roll out windows $40 - 89.7-
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THE LATEST NEWS AND
VI EWS 01\ rARMI 1'iG
I
WEED CONTROL PLANNING FOR EXTRA BUSHElS
The hard -nused fact is th at
w eeds cust m oney_ And
because the y do. co ntro llin g
t h em " one of the most
importa nt you ca n do
to b"o , 1 your co rn
producllon
wit h the crop
fo r mO i sture. nutri e n ts.
and "pacp. weeds can
rlra stically reduce Yie lds . Onp
pigwet'd. for instance. fO very
10 inch I" In t h{' row can
I'asi l y rob a of I e,
bu, h-I'I, pl'r ' aerl' And 105s(' ,
"f 20 or m"n' bus h pi, per
jlcre art' nol ullcommo " In
wl ldy i"ll' lcb
1:-. culllva t IC)" Ih" answpr l o
wll d cll ntr,,1 p .. " blt m, ?
Only In part . for t h"n' are
:-,t 'v. ra l !-ot'VPrt' to a
c ultiv,t1 lon p .. While
c ui l iva tion dOl " a Jo b of
cI .. wp,'d, "ul bet we,>n
for "xClmpl t" It II'(:tv(ls
I"" man y welds In Ih" row ,
and " I", tl ' ncb til compact t he
" III.
Ju st one a pplic at io n of
AAtrex gives season -long
co ntrol o f m os t annual
weeds. including the pro bl em
bro adl ea f and grassy varieti es
agai n st w hi c h ot h e r
h{'r bi c ide; give either min imal
cuntrul , or no con tro l at all.
What can a corn grower
l'x p ect in the wa y of
add i tiona! yields fr o m an
effl'cti ve herbicide weed
cu ntrol pr ugram?
The MIAMI
PETER FONDA DENNIS HOPPER -JACK NICHOlSON
B'' ldl' ., . cu ltl vlllion l<. kes
tll11l' and la bor . buth o f which
an' ,n , hll rl su ppl y o nce th e
season
Thousands uf y ield checks
thruu g h o ut m ajor curn
producing areas indica t e most
growers can ex pec t an average
increas{' of about 15 to 20
bushe ls per acrp . ais() ----------
Wha t . then. ca n a gru wer
d o to ,ff .. ctive l y and
econo mi ca lly control the
we!'dy crop robbers in his
fil'ld ?
To an increasi ng number o f
growNs and crop sci e nti sts ,
th,' soluti o n t o this age-old
problem is t o use a sa fe and
proven herbicide lik e AAtrex _
Furt her a he rbi c ide li ke
AAt rex is safe for the croJl
beca use, eve n if it 's absorbed ,
the co rn pl a n t can readil y
brea k it do wn _
For weeds. ho weve r, it's
quit e a diff ere nt s tory _
De p e ndin g on where the
he rbicide is applied, weeds
are prevented from coming
up at al\ - or are killed after
they start to grow_
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Glen Campbell
"TRUE GRIT"
H i.torical Brid.
About America '8 Firat Food
WI' Ihank America 's
f, r,1 C, II ZI'ns for AmNica 's
f,r_1 f .. ",1 a wild
na l lv. 10 till' hi!(hlands
(If fVlpxl(,o . C(HI1 w as
" Ia nwd " ., ,,d nort h
by prl C" lumblan Indi ans'
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as bll.! t'il r:-. I
TI) prut ('('I th.' ,r crl) p'
from harmful w,' "ds . man y "f
tuddY ':-' cor n hlTLJw(' r s "
h e rb, c,dp ca ll t d AAlr('x
Tho ugh corn pl a nts ca n ,a fl'ly
a b s () r b t h , " s pa c I' - a l!"
c hl' m ,ca l . wpeds ca n t. Thpy
don ' t corne up. o r ar" ki lled
a ft e r t hey st art to grow.
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A ccustoml'd to much
fanci er Europea n far e . the
women of French Louisiana
once staged a " petticoat
rebellion " against the daily
consumption of corn!
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"Naturally
Speaking"
by
Nancv Mart
If Saint Swithin has his way,
our present weather will continue
until August 24th.
"St. Swithin' s Day . if thou dost
rain ,
For 40 days it will remain.
St. Swithin's Day. if thou be
fair .
For 40 days 'twill rain nae mair ,"
The count began on July
I 5th. If my memory serves me
correctly. there was no rain that
day and I sure haven't seen any
to amount to a drop in the
bucket since - at least at this
writing, Sunday. the 30th.
If you believe in that. you
might also believe this legend
about Goldenrod , long blamed
incorrectly for causing everyone's
hay fever.
An old woman. needing a
cane or branch to help her across
a swift stream. asked many dif-
ferent types of trees to spare a
branch, but was haughtily
recused. She finally found an
ugly stick, which had no bark
like any of the surrounding trees,
but which was strong and helped
her across. The old woman was
really the "Fairy of the Woods"
in disguise, so she told the stick
it might make a wish. The
ugly little stick wanted to be
beautiful and be loved by child-
ren, so the fairy transformed
it into beautiful sunny Goldenrod
because to her it was worth
its weight in gold.
If any of you see that dear
old lady around, please let me
know. I have a few things
:I'd like transformed into gold.
The month of August is
heralded by grand ads of fur
sales. Let me quote from an
ecology booklet compiled by
Linda Sanderson.
"Furs look better on their
origional owners! 861 species
and races of mamals, birds and
reptiles are now in danger of
extinction. The only course to
save the lives of wild creatures
is to dissolve the market."
Certain aspects of the ba-
lance of nature have always been
hard for me to accept. I don't
like to see the la-mbs of the
. sheepherders stalked and killed,
nor do I like to hear that 1.6
million coyotes were poisoned
by our government between 1915
and 1945 (Life I July 21).
I take acception to the fact
.hat now the pentagon wants
coyote fur to line 90,000 night
jackets. . Why not science's gift
to the garment industry - won-
derful, light weight, inexpensive,
warm and easy to produce and
handle Man Made Furs!?!?
o.triches have only two toes
on each foot and lay three-
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This landmark built in 1813 has housed several interesting businesses over the years. It has been a
saloon, school house, church, two funeral homes and an apartment complex plus a single family dwelling
For several years it was the McClure Funeral Home operated by Walter MCClure, later by son James
both deceased. It was later purchased by Oswald Funeral Home and was purchased' by the late Jim
LOvely for ' a family dwelling from Oswald in 1957. It was later willed to Lanora Harrison from her
fathe, Jim's estate. It ptesently houses-the Baker Antique Shop owned and opirated by Mr. & Mrs.
. RoOert. Baker of payton.
alsu assistant properly manager
fur a total of 627 unit s.
She trained managers len
tal peopl e. set up a new
ment fur prujec ts in Ket teri ng
and Lexington. Kentucky. also
Spr ingfie ld. Ohiu.
She set up advert ISIn g Jl"
wrated mudeb and clUbhouses
chose uut side (ll iurs. car pet .
and fi xtures for new apartment ,.
Friedman Furnitur r: made her
an ulTer of ass Istant managr: 1 in
their Dayton Branch.
She start ed In late Se pt emher
of 197 1 and beca me manager in
January of 1<)72 .
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Any lI em Yll U re nt ca n be
purchased WIt h credit ur rent
in . gll ing purchase.
E Exec utIves and newlyweds.
singles. arc III Ihe lea Sing prLl '

All .:xecut lvr tWlng trans
rer red ru r J slll ll ter p.: rl ud 01
tll11e leasc very hIgh fashi on
rurn ll urL' 10 1 l1111 nl'y fill' I
1\ CllSI, tll llIove rUrrH
!lIrc acros, st<l tes.
Therc IS no dal1l <JgL' pr loss
III' yo ur own furni l ure.
One of her jllbs IS til cun
owncrs or
to sell contra ct tu
cumpl exes.
They place rurniture packages
in apart men ts with no cha rge to
uwner until a tenant uccupi es
then they charge rent on the
furniture.
The tenant pays the owner.
the owner pays Friedman' s with
the company doing full main-
tenance.
Susan has over 90 complexes
under contract or referral with
the tenant sent to the store to
rent furniture .
She employs seven full time
and several part time when sea-
sonally busy.
Her background in property
management and development
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SCHOOL NEWS
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UJ,,, UII , J li b" .)UIIHII I' nysrcal
Education ; Robert Seigel, High
School English: Paul Di etz. Busi
ness Education and Jackie
Praeter, Elementary .
Candidates are at present be-
ing screened to replace the indi -
vidual s that have resigned and
three additional teachers will he
considered to establish ur en
large programs in Elementary
Art , Guidance and Counseling
and elementary Music. New
teachers employed to date are:
Jack Emsuer, High School
Physical Education; Patricia
Tedrick, Elementary Art.
High School and Junior High
School staff members are as
follows:
Ervin B. Pack, High School
Principal (Grades 9 through 12)
Craig Francisco, Junior High
Principal (Grades 6 through 8);
Miss Frances Anderle, Typing;
Lloyd Blevins, Music; Paul
Brower, Betty Tackett, Julia
T uwnsend . Chery I Hart suck.
Mary Joan Cassidy , English : Al ex
Brunt on, Gale Gerard . Indus-
tri al Art s; Lonzo Gibbs. James
Conway. Mrs. Johnni e Polly.
Math: Alfred Osborn , Dave Bar-
ton . Vernun Hooper, Science ;
Mary Hart soc k. Language, Jerry
Hensun, Jack Emsue r, Physical
Educa tion , Dianna Hi sey , Art :
Barbara Adams. Sara Conl ey,
Yut onia Wat son, Home Econo-
mics: Vernon Pully, Thomas
Barnhiser. Mit chell Smith ,
Science, Bill Vander puol, Dorsie
Benton. Social Studies; ' Terry
Wallace, Ura Gruver, Special
Education:Clara Waldroup, Mar y
Ellen Lacy, Lucian Ha t field ,
Darrell Wat son. Sixth Grade
Teachers.
Elementary Sta ff Members '
Byron Ames. Principal (G:ades
K through 5) ; Jane Francisco,
Helen Vanderpool , Dorothy
Perry, Ellen Gadd,Firth Grade :
Margaret Palko. Bonnie Pack,
Sylvia Wardlow, Barbara Sawyer,
Fourth Grade : Bonnie Click,
Betty Slone, Isabel Skaggs, Pearl
Courtney . Third Grade : Ernie
Ferguson, Gneva Davis, Wanda
Hodson. Sara Cook, Mary Hat-
field, Second Grade ; Christinr
McClure, Junior Second Grade ;
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T HE LATEST NEWS AN t)
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WEED CONTROL PLANNING FOR EXTRA BUSHElS
T he hardnosed fac t is t h at
we e ds cos t m o ney . And
because they do. controll ing
t h em " one of the mos t
import a nt you ca n do
t o boo , t your co rn
pro duct Ion
with th e c rop
fo r m Oist u r e. nUL ri/! n ts .
il nd s pace . weeds can
rl'du ce yields . On!'
for instilnce. every
10 in .. h, s In th e r(lW can
.. asi l v rob a groWN o f 1 :':>
bush .. I, Iwr acn' And h) ss,"
of 20 or mo ... bushels per
ilCrt.' a rt ' nol uncommon i n
Wl,(' ely f .. kb
b tUltlva l llJl l I hf' tu
we. r! COllt rol IH" bl"ms"
Uil ly III pari . for t h,'n' are
!-o t ' VPrt- tu a
cu ltivation Whil e
c ult lva l l\HI d u,', a Job " f
c l"an ln l! we .. ds (lu t bl'twl'(' n
fur I'X i tlllpl l' . \1
loti III Ihl ' row,
an d ill", l,'nels til compac t t he
s oil .
B .. "d.,.,. cultlvat loll lakes
lim(' and labur . bot h o f whic h
iln' III ,hort supply o nce t h e
spason begins .
What . the n , ca n a gruwer
do to e fflc tive l y a n d
eco nomi ca lly control t he
w('e dy crop robbers ill h is
fipld ')
To an inc reasinl! nu mber o f
growNs and crop scie nt ists,
Lhe soluti o n to t his age o ld
p ro bl em is to use a sa fe a nd
p ruve n her bi ci de li ke AAtre x .
Ju s l o n e a ppl ication of
AAtrex gives season lo ng
co n tro l of m ost a nnual
wee ds , inc luding t he probl em
broadl ea f and grassy va rie ti es
aga i nst whic h ot h er
he rbicides eit h er mi nimal
cuntr ol , or no co ntrol at all.
What can a corn grower
l'xpect i n th e way of
a d di tional yields fro m a n
effe c t ive herbic id e weed
cun trol prol,( ra m?
Tho usa nds of Yie ld chec ks
t h r oug h ou t m ajor corn
producing are<l s in di cate most
b'Towers can expec t an average
increase o f ab ou t 15 to 20
bushels per acr p.
Fur t her . a herbic id e li ke
AAt rex is safe fo r t he cro!,
because, even if i t 's a bsorbed ,
the corn pl a nt can readil y
brea k it do wn .
F o r weeds, however , it ' 5
qui te a di ffere nt story .
De p e n di n g o n whe re t he
he rbi c ide is appli ed , weeds
are preve nted fr o m co ming
up at all - o r are kill ed a ft er
the y start to gr ow.
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Historical Snefa
About Ameri ca's Fint Food
WI' cnn Ih" n k America 's
fir ' l Cit 1I.('lb for Aml'r ica 's
l'i"l rood a wil d
lIatlV(' In 1111' h ighl a nds
o f sout lH'rn M,'xl co . cor n was
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Thu ul! h ('orn pl a nts ca n s"f .. ly
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do n ' t cump up , or arl' ki ll ed
a ft e r t hey sta rt to grow.
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If Saint Swithin has his way.
our present weather will continue
until August 24th.
"St. Swithin' s Day . if thou dost
rain,
For ' 40 days it will remain.
St. Swithin' s Day, if thou be
fair .
For 40 days 'twill rain nae mair ,"
The count began on July
I 5th. If my memory serves me
correctly , there was no rain that
day and I sure haven't seen any
to amount to a drop in the
bucket since . at least at this
writing, Sunday, the 30th.
If you beli eve in that, you
might also believe this legend
about Goldenrod, long blamed
incor rect ly for causing cveryonfs
hay fever.
An old woman , needing a
cane or branch to help her across
a swift strea m, asked many dif
fe rent ty pcs of trees to spare a
branch, but was haughtily
refused. She final ly found an
ugly sti ck, which had no bark
like any of the surrounding trees,
but whi ch was strong and help.cd
her across. The old woman was
really the " Fairy of the Woods"
in disgui se, so she told the stick
it might make a wish. The
ugly little stick wanted to be
beautiful and be loved by child-
fen, so the fairy transformed
it into beautiful sunny Goldenrod
because to her it was worth
its weight in gold.
If any of you see that dear
old lady around, please let me
know. I have a few things
:l'd like transformed into gold.
The month of August is
heralded by grand ads of fur
sales. Let me quote from an
ecology booklet compiled by
Linda Sanderson.
"Furs look better on thei r
origional owners! 861 species
and races of mamals , birds and
reptiles are now in danger of
extinction. The only course to
save the lives of wild creatures
is to dissolve the market."
Certain aspects of the ba-
lance of nature have always been
hard for me to accept. I don't
like to see the lambs of the
. sheepherders stalked and killed,
nor do I like to hear that 1.6
million coyotes were poisoned
by our government between 1915
and 1945 (Life, July 21).
I take acception to the fact
.hat now the pentagon want s
coyote fur to line 90,000 flight
jackets. Why not science' s gift
to the garment industry - won-
derful, light weight , inexpensive,
warm and easy to produce and
handle Man Made Furs!?!?
o.triches have only bro toes
on each foot and la, three-
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Vol.4 No .33 August 16. 1972 - Waynesville, Ohio
Waynesylle Mother Rental Manger
, Sue.ampbeU rental manager for Dayton fum and also busy mother for daughter Tuesday. Thelre is
.never endugh hours in the day for tIiis busy
Sue Campbell has had a busy
life with never a dull moment.
She moved to Waynesville in .
1954 with her Dad and Mother,
Wilbur and Jerri Simison.
She was born in Middletown,
; Ohio.
She graduated frotn Waynes-
ville High School.
She was busy during her
school days working at the local
drug store.
She left Waynesville twice to
be near work but said this is
her home so she moved back
for the third time.
She purchased a home on
North Fifth Street Last Novem-
ber.
She worked as an executive
Landmark
secretary for 4 years at the
Square 0 Company in Middle
town.
Later she became offil:e
manager - assistant to the Presi-
dent of In-Sharp development
Corporation in Dayton.
She took over management of
IN-Sharps Apartment Complex
in Kettering with 374 apartments
This landmark built in 1813 has housed several interesting businesses over the years. It has been a
saloon, .school house, church, two funeral hdtnes and an apartment plus a single family dwelling
For several years it was the McClure Funeral Home otlerated by Walter MCClure, later by son James
both deceased. It later purchased by .oswald Funeral Home and was purchased' by the late Jim
. family dwelling from Oswald 1957 . . It later willed to Lanora Harrison from
It Baker Antique. Sl)op owned and operated by Mr. & Mrs.
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also assistant property manager
for a total of 627 units .
She trained managers and reno
tal people. set up a new manage
ment for project s in Kettering
and Lexington. Kentucky . al so
Springfield, Ohio.
She set up advertising de
corated models and dubhuuscs
chose outside colors. carpct.
and fixtures for new apartmcnt s.
Friedman Furniture made her
an offer of assistant manager in
their Dayton Branch.
She start ed in late September
of 1971 and became manager in
January of 1972.
Rental furniture is becoming
one of the fastest growing busi -
nesses in the nation.
Friedman's retail store was
established 52 years ago in
Cincinnati.
They developed the rental
division 61h years ago. They
now have 5 branches with Day-
ton 3rd in volume in three states.
They are 8th in the nation in
volume sales (leasing).
Art Friedman (president) also
is president this year of National
Furniture Rental Association.
You can rent anything from
complete room groupings to
planters, paint ings, and lamps.
Office rental turniture is be-
coming highly used by many
companies.
Single Copy 10c
Any it em you rent can be
purchased wi th credit of rent
paid in . going toward purchase.
E Executives and newlyweds.
singles. are 111 thl' lea sing pro-
gra m.
An (,xl'l: utivr being tra ns
fel red fur J short er per iod or
tilll e can lease very hi gh fashiun
furniture for less Illuncy for I
year than it COS ts tu move furni
ture across states.
There is no damage or loss
of your own furniture.
One ur her jobs is to con-
tact owners and managers of
apartment s to sell cuntract to
complexes.
They plal:c furniture packages
in apartments with no charge to
owner until a tenant occupies
then they charge rent on the
furniture .
The tenant pays the owner ,
the owner pays Friedman's with
the company doing full main-
tenance.
Susan has over 90 complexes
under contract or referral with
the tenant sent to the store to
rent furniture.
She employs seven full time
and several part time when sea-
sonally busy.
Her background in property
management and development
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WAYNE LOCAL SCHOOL NEWS
Wayne Local anticipates about
1600 children to begin another
school year this September . The
buildings have been thoroughly
cleaned and extensive painting
and minor repairs have been
completed.
Five staff members have re-
signed from the system. They
are : John Harvey and Pamela
Pursifull , High School Physical
Education; Robert Seigel, High
School English; Paul Dietz, Busi -
ness Education and Jackie
Praeter , Elementary.
Candidates are at present be-
ing screened to replace the indi-
viduals that have resigned and
three additional teachers will be
considered to establish or en-
large programs in Elementary
Art, Guidance and Counseling
and elementary Music. New
teachers employed to date are:
Jack Emsuer, High School
Physical Education; Patricia
Tedrick, Elementary Art.
High School and Junior High
School staff members are as
follows:
Ervin B. Pack. High School
Principal (Grades 9 through 12)
Craig Francisco, Junior High
Principal (Grades 6 through 8);
Miss Frances Anderle, Typing;
Lloyd Blevins, Music; Paul
Brower, Betty' Tackett, .Julia
Townsend. Cheryl Hart sock.
Mary Joan Cassidy, English; Alex
Brunton, Gale Gerard, Indus-
trial Art s; Lonzo Gibbs, James
Conway, Mrs. Johnnie Polly .
Math; Alfred Osborn , Dave Bar-
ton, Vernon Hooper , Sdence;
Mary Hart sock. Language, Jerry
Henson , Jack Emsuer, Physical
Education, Dianna Hisey, Art;
Barbara Adams, Sara Conley,
Yutonia Watson, Hume Econo-
mics ; Vernon Polly, Thomas
Barnhiser , Mitchell Smith,
Science. Bill Vanderpool , Dursie
Benton, Social Studies; Terry
Wallace, Ura Grover , Special
Education;Clara Waldroup, Mary
Ellen Lacy. Lucian Ha t field,
Darrell Watson. Sixth Grade
Teachers.
Elementary Staff Members '
Byron Ames.
K through 5); Jane Francisco,
Helen Vanderpool , Dorothy
Perry, Ellen Gadd.Fifth Grade;
Margaret Palko. Bonnie Pack,
Sylvia Wardlow, Barbara Sawyer,
Fourth Grade; Bonnie Click,
Betty Slone, Isabel Skaggs, Pearl
Courtney. Third Grade; Ernie
Ferguson, Gneva Davis, Wanda
Hodson. Sara Cook, Mary Hat-
field, Second Grade; Christin!'
McClure, Junior Second Grade;
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Minor League Winners
Undefeated Team in Minor League: front row I-r David Gulling, Tod Patton, Vernon Huffman, Vincent
2nd row Ir Joe Mitchell, Dennis West, Kenneth Hepner, Pat Lander. 3rd row Ir Marcus Elliott,
Chuck Gates, Robert Rye. Coaches seated left to right are Jim Leyes, and Girdon Oates. Shane Lamb
and David Johnson were not present. The team played ten games with no losses. Chuck Gates hit two
three run home runs. Marcus Elliott hit a 3 run home run. Gates had a 5 for S. Leyes a 4 for 4. Elliott
a 2 for 3, West a 3 for S. Huffman and Hepner tied with a 2 for 4.
Due to limited space, we will have a complete run down on the rest of the informatio'!. week.
Waynesville M()ther
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work and construction and other
jobs has helped open the door
to real estate,
She has a Ikense with Elder
Realty Company and said she
prefers working mostly with com
mercial real estat e (part time).
She is wanting to develop
apa rtment sales only and possibly
management progra m, .
She said apart ment sa les
take months tu put
together due to market and fi -
nancial research and mortgages.
It also usually involves many
people in both selling and pur-
chasing.
And oft en she says deal s de
velop into nothing other than
ulcers,
It requires a vast knowledge
of apartment developing. con-
struction, marKeting, manage
I ment , fi!lancing, and various
I other items to handle such a
sale, things she says she is trying
to learn well.
She moved back to Waynes
viUe because she thinks it is an
excellent place to raise her daugh-
ter Tuesday.
She said she thinks very high-
. Iy of our local school and lo'ves
: the small town atmosphere .
When she isn't busy at her
job in Dayton, she loves to
work in her home.
She finds . time to wallpaper,
paint, also wor.k in her yard and
working with her flowers. She
also loves to bake and cook.
She likes to do ceramics, read,
two or three books at once, loves
music of all kinds, play tennis,
bowling fIShing, swimming,
playing the organ which she
taught herself to do, sewing,
needlepoint and loves to go to '
the theatre .
Most of all she said she loves
spending time with her daughter
Tuesday. She really doesn't
get to do much of that.
She said she just plain loves
life and does everything she can.
She has been so busy working
that she hasn' t had time for
much else.
She works abuut 10 or 1 2
huurs a day usually 7 days a
week but tries to make it five
days, Right now when they
are busy . it is necessary for the
six days. I t should slow down
some in off season.
There is no danger of any
grass growing under her feet for
she duesn't stand still long e
nough.
School Board
Meeting Cancelled
The regular meeting of the
Waynesville School board was to
be held on Monday, the 14th
of August.
The meeting has been reo
scheduled for August 22nd at
the same time. The
ment came from the Superin
tendent's office.
Book Winners Announced
Six local residents received
books from the Mary L. Cook
Public Library in WayneSVille.
The winners names were
drawn at the library booth at
the Warren County Fair.
Other libraries were Lebanon
and Morrow all part of the
SWORL organization.
The local residents who re-
ceived books were Mrs. Tom
Cassidy, Joe Osborne, Dawn Ras-
, nake, Mrs. Pat Krabacher, Ketrn
Lamb and Tammy 10 Lynch .
Park Levy To Go Off Ballot
At the regular meeting of
the Warren County park board
held on August 9th, park com
missioners unanimously voted to
take the mill park levy off
of the November ballot.
An announcement by Richard
Workman citing the reasons as
too much anti tax feeling this
year, and tou many tax issues
on the ballot .
Workman said rather than
spend money that is hard for
park support ers to get anyway,
and energy on a futile cam
paign to pass a tax levy we
will work toward developing a
more complete plan for future
parks so that peuple will better
understand the Park Districts
function and goals. They will
concentrate on uther funding
possibilities.
They will educate the voters
to the needs of a funded park
program.
Workman said they have se-
veral possible park land dona-
tions that must be ' follc;)wed
through.
.
Any funds toO develop or main
tain these new areas will have
to be raised through jlUblfc fund
drives.
He said we must get these
park areas now. There is a
critical need for local picnic
areas.
Ft. Ancient, the only sizeable
public park in the county is
in danger of being destroyed
simply because of the numbers
of people using it.
Workman said we also need
other parks locally to take some
of the traffic out of Ft. Ancient.
,There are more pet cat. in

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Wayne Local
(Continued from Page I)
Thelma Barker, Ruth Edwards,
Estella Richards, Maxine Berton,
Sharon Farley , First Grade; Lutie
Irelan, Kindergarten , Jane Weltz,
Music, Wilma Watson, Physical
Education; Jewell Sewell , Nancy
Young, Special Educatiun.
Vocatiunal Education:
O.W.E. , William MyersD.C. T.,
Andrew Churko , 1.0.E., Pat ri cia
Jones.
Other program areas include :
Dave Cessna, Guidance Cuunse-
lor , Linda Robinsun, Librarian ;
Dorsie Benton, Audio Visual
Aids and History, Betty Tackett ,
Curriculum Coordinator English ;
Vernon Polly, Curriculum Co-
ordinator Science ; Carol Lynn
Bual , School Nurse ;Carol Hawke ,
Speech & hearing Therapist ; Joe
Smallwood, School Psychologist.
Neurologically Handicapped Class
taught by Patricia Vair;
Vernon Huoper, Athl eti c Direc-
tor.
Parent s of children who have
not attended Wayne Local pre-
viuusly are asked to register
them Aug. 28 -31 frum 9:00 a.m.
to 3:00 p.m. Killdergarte and
fir st grade puril s ent eri ng for
the fir st time must present
birth certifi <.:ates and a ductor' s
record uf the basic immuni za tion.
All New students arc asked to
bring their hea lth records and
report or transcript s if
available on the day of regis-
tration .
The school year will open
with a general teachers meeting
at 9:00 a.m. Friday , Sept. I.
Regular classes will begin Tues-
day . Sept. 5th .
Elementary School will begin
at 8:45 a.m. and dismiss at
3:30 p.m.
High Schoul and Junior High
School will begin at 7:50 a.m.
and dismiss at 2:20 p.m.
The school buses will operate
on approximately the same time
schedule as last year.
However , . parents should be
inCormed of two major changes
in transportation :
First, all Sixth grade children
will be on the same schedule as
Junior High and High School ,
Therefore it will be necessary for
sixth grade children to ride the
High School bus schedule. Pa-
rents are requested to call the
school if they have questions
concerning the bus time schedule.
Secondly , all kindergarten
children will be transported to
and from school starting this
, .....
4 .. , ... '. 1.
September. Parents arc urged
to their childrcn if trans-
ponation was a lactlll' in their
not attending kindergarten prc-
viously .
Lunch rooms will be in opera-
tion Sept 5 with !linch charges
for grades one through three,
35 cents; grades four through
six, 40 cents and grades seven
through twelve, 45 cents.
New prograns and courses
will include Elementary Art Edu-
cation, expanded Music Program
for the Junior High School and
a Guidance and Counseling pro-
gram for Junior High and Upper
Elementary,
Emphasis will be placed on
expanding and improving instruc-
tion in Reading, Language Arts,
Industrial Arts and
subject areas.
Released by
Paul Schwam berger
Superintendent
Former Resident Seriously ill
Mrs. R. B. Coleman the wife
of Reverend Coleman, a former
A f71 t=T
I waitine fur- YUU at
minister of the
ted Methodist Church is seriously
ill at their home in Salem.
Oregon,
To those who knew the Cole-
man's, cards would be greatly
appreciatt;d. Reverend Coleman
was at the local church for
several years.
Lets all remember her with
cards and prayers.
Their address is R.R. I Box
654. Salem. Oreton 97304.
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Lebanon, Ohio
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SCHOOL RENTS CHURCH
Lebanon Chwch of the Nazarent on M) Uak has recently
completed this new educational plant of 9,000 sq. ft.
Lebanon The church of the the Christmas vacation. Tht:
Nazarene at 645 Oak St. in Ridgeville Community Church
Lebanon has agreed to the use will be building an eight class
of their church educational faci o room facility with necessary of
lilies for several elementary class fi ce area that will house the
grades of the Ridgeville Chris school in December. Construc
tianSchool program. Grades tion will be by Kendall Con
26 will be housed in the new struction Company of Spring.
building which features large spa boro.
cious cl assrooms whi ch are fully The Nazarene Church has just
carpeted. Air conditi oning is recently fini shed their 9,000 sq
presently being install ed. ft educa ti onal building. Much
Ridgevill e Christian Schools work in the building was com
will be renting the facilities for pie ted by members of the con.
one full school semester. A new grega ti on. Rev. Darl Swisher is
educati onal pl ant for the school the pastor.
. will be ready to move int o during
falkOI
Tht TO:II
by.Mary Bellmen;
897-5Q26
Mr . & Mrs. Raymond
Adams entertained with a
cook out on Sunday evening
August the 6th.
They had the following
guests present : Mr. & Mrs.
Leonard Nill and family of
Bellbrook, Mr. & Mrs. James
Walters and family of Corwin,
Mr. & Mrs. Allan Van Winkle
and Jamie, Mr . & Mrs. Larry
Skaggs add Tonya , Mr. & Mrs.
Howard Dalton. and Mr. &
Mrs. Ronnie Adams of
Waynesville.
Mrs. Herman BeUman Sr .
entertained in honor of the
birthday of her father Israel
Scott and husband Herman
on . Sunday at the Bellman
home on Fifth St.
Guests present were
& Mrs. Israel Scott Sr. of
Kettering, Mr. & Mrs. George
Bussinger and daughters of
Mr. & Mrs, Homer
Nicely and daughters of
Kettering, Mr. & Mrs. Wayne
Scott and daughter Libby of
Xenia. . . .
Waynesville guests were
Mr. & Mrs. Edward Bellman,
and Mr . & Mrs. Edward Frye
and family, Herman Bellman
Sr., Diana and Gary Bellman.
Mr. and Mrs. Herman
Bellman Jr . and daughter
Amanda were unable to at-
tend. and Mr. & Mrs. Israel
Scott Jr. of Dayton.
Happy' Birthday to Israel
I Scott andflerman Benman Sr.
Tops OH 129 Meet
Members of Tops OH 129
of Waynesville , met on Tuesday,
August the 8th at 7:00 o'clock
in the basement of St. Mary's
Church .
. -, .. The 'inelt frlg was" called to I
order by leader Joyce Wical ,
The pledge was said and business
discussed.
Members were delighted to
welcome two new members, Mrs.
Rose Poppaw and Mrs. Esther
Johnson.
Mrs. Johnson won the gift of
the week for the most weight
lost.
Games were played at the
meeting by members.
Anyone wanting to become
a new member can contact Kay
Lutes. Visitors are always weI
come at meetings.
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The .MIAMI QAZET-TE
Attencfs Convention
Mr. and Mrs. Raymond
Adams of the Miami Cemetery
in Corwin att ended the 71 st
Annual Convention of Oijio
Associates of cemetery super
intendent s and offi cials on
July 15t h through 18th at
the Holiday Inn of Boston I
Height s at ' Hudson. Ohio, a
Cleveland Suburb.
The men held meet ings
and demonstrations while the
women enj oyed a trip to Sea
World at Aurora, Ohio.
On Sunday evening, the
entire group enjoyed goi ng to
the Blossom Music Cent er.
On Monday evening their
annual banquet was held.
Mrs. Eli zabeth Adams won
the centerpiece at the Presi
dent' s table.
. Mr. John Mat sko is the
President and his associat es.
i:'f The cent er piece was do
nated by a Cl eveland Florist.
After returning home, they
displ ayed the cent erpiece on
the ir son James's in
Mi ami Cemetery .
PAINTING &D,: CORATiNG
Ir,terior &
Dry Wall Repair
RON JONES
513-8976736
Carnival Against Dystrophy
To Be Held
Sharon and Ka ren Pettit of
R.R. I Haines Rd , 4th house off
Ferry Rd, will hold a neighbor
hood ca rnival against Dyst rophy
on August the 171h and 18th .
They are 1 he daughters of
Mr.& Mrs. Paul Pett it.
The Carnival wi ll begin at
10:00 A.M. ti ll 4:00 P. M. both
days.
It will feature such ga mes as
a bean bag toss, ring the duck.
treasure hung, bowling on the
green, also hand made bracelets.
All proceeds will go to aid
the fi ght agai nst dystrophy and
related di seases affli cting mil
li ons.
The chil dren got the idea
for staging the event while
watching TV personality Malcom
who is promoting carnivals on
his "Clubhouse 22" children's
show seen on stati on WKEFTV
(22).
Last Year, 10 coopera tion with
Must:Ular Dystruphy Associat ions
of America. 28, 143 ca rniva ls
were held by chil dren across
the coun t ry. and over $ 755 .657
was raised for M DAA'S resea rch
and pati ent service progra ms.
The Nat ional Chairman for
the organ izat ion is Ac tor Jerry
Lewis.
I'age 5 .' .
HARVEVSBUItG
By Marjlln Priae
. Ph. 897-6172
Mr. & Mrs. Frank Gibson
are home after spending a week
wi th re latives in Orl ando. Florida .
Mr. Charl es Elli son and fa mi
Iy at tended services at Lake
Cowan last Sunday mor ning.
Sat urday guests of Mr s. Lucy
Pr it.:e we re Mr. & Mrs. Marvin
Ayers. Marvin. Jr .. and Ral ph
Ayers all of Cincin na ti . James
Ayers home on lea ve from Viet
nam. Mrs. Cat her ine Riggs of
Baker , Oregon. and Norvert
Ayers of Marietta . Al abama.
The Women' s Society of the
Unit ed Me thodist Church met
Thursday afternoon al the
Churbh . Hostesses were Mrs.
Imogene Voiers. Mrs. Claudia
Brandenburg and Mrs. Helen Ro
bert son. Thc program leader
was Mrs. Amelia Gordon.
Mrs. Mary Willi s is home after
spending a week with relatives
in Soulh Ca rolina.
Mr. & Mrs. Thomas Hae ndcl
sons Tommy and Jerf reo
turned home Saturday eve ning
after spe nding two weeks un
Manitoulin Island in Ontarill .
Canada .
Sunday vi siturs llf Mr. & Mrs.
Charles Beck were Mr. & Mr s.
Charl es S. Beck of Mi ami sburg
and Mi ss Elaine Beck of Dayton.
Mr. Car leton Sherwood has
retur ncd home after a stay in
Clinton Memorial Hospi tal
foll owi ng a heart at tack .
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WAYNESVILLE
Church of Christ
Third & Miami Streets
PL Io<C, Evar"'cl l!.t
10: 00 a , m . . Sun(l J I Mo rnln' g
6 , 30 p. m . . Sund Even, ng
6: jO p, m. we cJr ' 'll d ', Evening
Phone 8 97-4462 t o In f o r mation
First Baptist Church
NOr! n Ma.n
John P, OS- borne, Pastor
: 0 : 00 a. m. Sunday Scnool
11 . 00 a,m. - Mor ning Wo rShip
6 : )0 p. m, . Training U nion
7: 30 p,m. Eve ning Wo rShip
7: ) 0 p, m . . We dn es d ay Pra yer
Meetin g
( Affiliated With Sou thern
Con vention ) .
First Church of Christ
152 H'gh Str ee t 89/ 4786
Bible School 9 : 00 A .M.
Worship 10: 00 A .M.
Evening 7 : 00 P.M.
Friends Meetinq
Fourth Street near High
9 : 30 a. m .. Sunday Schaal
10: 45 a. m.' Sunday Meeti n g lor
Worshi p (unpr ogramed)
St. Augustine Church
High Street
Rev . Ja se ph H. Lut mer, Past Of
7 a. m. & 11 a. m. ' Masses
8 a. m. & 8 p.m.' Holy Days
7 : 30 p.m.' Flfst Fri day
7 : 45 a. m.' Da i ly Mass
5: 30 .. Sat ur day Mass
St. Mary's Episcopal
Church
Third & Ma i n St r eets
Rev . Harald Deeth. Rector
11 : 15 a. m . . Morning "rayer
1st. 3rd & 5th Sunda ys ;
HOly Communion 2nd & 4th
Sundays
United Methodist
Church
Thi rd & North Streets
L. Young, Mi n ister
9 : 00 a. m. ' Church SChOOl
10 , 15 a.m.' Chur Ch st WorshiP
6 : 00 p.m. Jr . & Sr . YOut h
Fell o wship
Tht! Full Gospel Tabernacle
R. 3 . Ferry Rd.
Rev. Sherman Cook, Pastor
10: 30 a. m .. Sunday Schaal
7 : 00 p. m . . Sunday Eve. Service
7 : 30 P . ." .. Wednesday Eve.
Service
7 : 30 p. m . . Sat. Eve. Serv ice
First Church of God
49 S. MaIn Street
Carl A . Plerce . -
9 : 30 a. m. ' Sun<Say Schaal
10: 30 a. m.' Morni ng WorSh i p
6 : 30 p . m. Youth Fellowship
1, 00 p.m . . Sun<Sav evenIng
7 : 00 a . m .. wednesday evening
CORWIN
Pentecostal Holiness
Church
Walter L Lamb. Pastor
10: 00 a. m . . Sunday !SChOOl
7 : 30 p. m.' Sunday. WedneSday
and Satur<Say Even i n g
WorShip Services
7 , 30 p. m. wednesday Youth

MT. HOLLY
United Methodist
Church
Rev . Leona' d Baxter
9 , 30 a. m . . Sunday Schaal
11 : 00 a. m .. Sunday Worshi p
Setvlce
7: 30 p. m . . wednesday. Prayer
Serv Ice
HARVEYSBURG
Friendship Baptist
Church
Southern Bact 1St Convention
James Brown. Pastor
9 : 30 a. m .. Sun<Say Schaal
10: 30 a. m .. Sunday Morni n g
Worship
7: 30 p.m .. Sunday Evening
Serv ice
7: 30 P. m .. Wednesday M i dweek
Prayer and B i ble Study
Jonahs Run Baptist
Church
O hio 73 East
10: 00 a. m . . Sunday Schaal
10:00& 11 : 0().a. m. Sunday
Worsh1p Service
7 : 30 P. m .. Sunday Evening
WorSh iP
United Methodist
Church
Dav Id Har per , Pastor
9 : 30 a. m .. Sunday Cnur c h
Serv ice
10: 30 a. m .. Sunday SChool
1 J : 00 a. m . Sunday WorSh' p
Serv ice
Youth F ellOWShiP dOC: SIblC
Study
Harveysburg Full Gospel
Church
1:: . Sout n St,eel
R ev . JaC k Ha mdton, Past e ,
7 , 30 p. n> Tuesoa y
7 : 3 00. m . FI , dd"" vaunt}
People's Sel Vi ce
10: 00 a.Il' .. Sun ddy S(I' OO
7 : 00 p . m .' Sunday EVell l l H)
SPRING VALLEY
United Methodist
Church
W.lriut V' n"
Robert R. Meredilh. Pastor
9 : 30 a. m . . Sunday Scho,'
10: JO a. m .. MornIng WOrsilip
6:30 p. m.' Youth Fellowship
Jr. HIgh & Sr . High
7:45 p, m. Wednesday -:holr
Rehearsal
Spring Valley Church
of Christ
Glady Street
10: 00 a.m .. Morning WorShip
7 : 00 p. m . . Evening Worshi p
8:00 p. m . . Wednesday Evening
Wors,hip
Spring Valley
Friends Church
Mound Street
E. Fr iend Couser. Pastor
9: 30 a. m . . Sunday SChoOl
10: 30 a. m . Morning Worshi p
Christian Baptist Mission
Main Street
M". Lois Dunaway. Pastor
1 0 a. m Sun<Say School
11 a.m . Morni ng Worship
7 : 30 p.m . Evening Worship
7 : 30 P. m .. Prayer Meeting
Wednes<Say & ThurSday
7 : 30 p. m Song-fest. Last
Satur<Say each month.
h . . ( :
The MIAMI GAZETTE
DODDS
Free Pentecostal Church
of God
R. R . 122 Dodds. Ohio
Pastor. James Coffman
10:30a. m. Sun<Say S(: hool
7: 00 p. m . Sunday Evangelistic
Service
7: 30 p. m . . Wednesday Prayer

LYTLE
United Methodist
Church
John K. Smith. Mlni st"r
9 : 30 a. m .. Sunoay Schaal
10: 30 a. m .. Sunday War shl P
Service
8 : 00 9 , 00 p. m .. Wednesda v
Evenin g. Bible StU(iY
CENTERVI LLE
The Centerville IFirst
Pentecostal Church
173 E. Franklin Sireet
Ray Norvell . Pasl o ,
Gen e Sicknell, Ass1.
10: 00 a.m. - Sunday
7 : 00 p . m. ' Sunda y f VCI1111q
7 : 30 p. m. We d ncs. d .lY r .... l. ll l l li/
GENNTOWN
Genntown United Church
Of Christ
R("l\lt> ..l 2 .It Gcnilt o w il
q J y St ,,, I ''E!' I . P.1SIOI
CJ JO.1 Ill . ' Wl) r SI',p Scr .... ,u
I Q ' 30 S\l lldJY e l l UI' CI ) 5( 1'\)0 1
00 p . m .. StlndJ Y 'v Oll t "
FC 110WS "IP
FERRY
Ferry Church of Christ
Wilmington Pike &
50Clal Row Ro ad
Bus Wiseman, Mini ster
9 : 00 a. m. ' Sunday Bi ble SchOOl
10: 15 a. m. ' Su . <Say Worship
10, 15 a. m .. Sunday Yout h
WorshlO _
7 : 00 P.M. Evenln9 Service
'7 : 30 p. m. wedneSc'1Y Midweek
Pray.., and Bible Study
RIDGEVILLE
Ridgeville Community
Church
St . Rt. 48 & Lower
Spr i ngboro Road
Ray L . Shelton. Past e r
9: 30 a.m . Sunday Sc haal
10: 45 a.m . . Morning Worship
7 : 30 p.m. Sunda)' Evening '
Service
7 : 30 p. m.' Wednesday Evening
serv ice
5:30 P.rn. Sun<Sa1l Sf. Youth
Recrutlon
6 : 30 p.m.' Sunday Sr . Youth
Services
This Church Page Is Sponsored For You Through The Courtesy Of The' Following Area Merchants
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WAYNESVILLE, OHIO
WAYNESVILLE, OHIO
MIAMI GUETTE
. August 16. 1972
D la T Il S
Mrs. Mary S. Burnell, age 65,
R.R. 2, I Morrow died Wednes-
day at her residence 89-72. She
was a member of the Shawhan
Pentecostal Church. She is sur
vived by her husband Samuel ,
6 daughters, Mrs. Ruby Dalton
of Seman, Ohio, Mrs. Ruth
Hightman of Lebanon, Mrs.
Dorothy Lamb of Morrow, Mrs.
Daisy Butcher of Lebanon , Mrs.
Francis Fueston of Lebanon, Miss
Edna Burnell at home, one son
Wayne of Waynesville, 5 sisters
and 5 brdtbers 14 grandchildren
and I great grandchild. Funeral
services were held Friday at 2
PM at the Full Gospel Tabernacle,
Waynesville, Rev. Sherman Cook
officiating. Interment Miami
Cemetary , Corwin , Ohio . Stubbs
Conner , Waynesville, Ohio, in
charge of arrangements.
Rog'er D. McKinney, aged 23
of 398 E. Main St. ; Harveysburg,
died II :20 PM, Thursday, in
an automobile accident at Cen
tervill e Road and R.R. 42 near
Spring Valley. He was an em-
ployee of Frigidaire Division of
General Motors.
He is survived by his parents,
Ralph & Hazel McKinney of
Harveysburg, one sister, Mrs.
Brenda Sue Farley of Waynes-
ville, two brothers , his twin,
Gl enn R. and Darrell L. both
at home. Several aunts and
uncles. Funeral services 2: 00 PM
Monday at the Dodds Pente-
costal Church, Rev. James Coff
man officiating interment at
Miami Cemetery, Corwin, Ohio.
Stubbs Conner of Waynesville
are in charge of arrangements.
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897-5966
ITHS 185 N. Main. Waynesville

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Ladies Sandles Y2 Price
4 oz. WOOL
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Boy's & Girl's Shoes
LARGE SELECTION $1.00 Pr
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F{)R SALE
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table wi th 4 chairs - pai r of
drapes 106 x 54 - child's tabl e .
with 2 chairs and chil d's rocker
YARD SALE (mi sc) - August
19th - 3 miles east of Rout e 42
on Rout e 73 - 89741 73 33e1
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FEMALE help wanted - typist
to work part time - must type
60 words per minute and be
dependabl e. Apply the Miami
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. tJEVer<. MMle Ttt
BE"ST loIlr
vr.JTI L
HE
1I>8EOr
Ohio Has New School
Eye Safety Law
On June 22, 1972, a new
school eye safety law became
effective throughout the state
of Ohio_ The new law enlarges
the scope of the previous Ohio
school eye safety law _ The man-
datory use of industrial quality
eye protective devices is now
extended to all schools, private,
parochial, technical , fine arts,
f\lI well as all institutions of '
higher learning, both public and
in their industrial , voca-
. tional , fine arts, technical , chemi-
cal, physical 0r combined phy-
sical educational activities invol-
ving exposure to cert ain hazards_
The new law improves the old
law by its broader defi nition of
hazardous operations, Some of
the new areas defined as legally
hazardous are drilling, grinding,
buffeting, all forms of welding
processes and physical labora-
tories usipg caustic or explosive
materials _
This new law requires all
teachers, students and visit ors
in the above indicated school s
to wear industrial eye safety
devices when participating or
visiting in such hazardous
courses_
The new legislation says
such safety devices may be fur -
nished for all students and tea-
chers, purchased and sold at
cost to students and teachers or
made available for a moder_ate
rental fee, and shall be furnished
for all visitors to such shops and
laboratories.
Ohio's primary and secondary
public schools have been covered
by eye safety regulations since
August of 1963. These schoot"s
have proved statewide the value
of implementing eye protection
programs by the strict observance
of eye safety legislation_
The Ohio Society for the
Prevention . of Blindness, as a
means of encou,ageing strict ob
servance of eye safety procedures
and the widespread use of pro-
per eye protection equipment,
sponsors the Wise ,Owl Club of
America In Ohio, an eye safety
, incentive program for educa tion
GARAGE SALE: Thursday
thrOLfgh Sat urday this week
9: 00 till 5:00 - five famili es
household items - toys - clothes -
di shes and many other items
Corner of High and 4th Str eet
Waynesvill e, Ohio 33c I
Garage Sale: August 16, 17, & 18
Boys & girls snow suits size 3
Mens pants 28w 301 through
33w 301 - 10 cents to $3.00
wash & wear - good sports coat
36L - $6 to $8 - Speed Queen
wringer washer $20 - Bendix
Radio & record player - 78 RPM
records - Rubber 4 man life
raft $55,00 - Boys sports coat
size 8 - $1.00 - rocking chair $2 -
womens clothes - different sizes
table anything and everything, '
Wed., Thurs., Friday 10 a_m_ to
8 p_m_ - 122 South Main Street ,
33nc
and industry _ Membership in
the organization is awarded to
students who save their eye
sight by wearing eye protection
at the time of a potentially
blinding accident.
The Ohio Society for the
Prevention of Blindness reminds
citizens that too often, vision
impairment or blindness does
not "strike" but it is a con-
sequence of carelessness, igno-
rance or indifference regarding
preventive measures and rules.
for eye safety which every in-
stitution of learning should ob-
serve_ Good eye safety prac-
tices are a vital part of insuring
their children's li fe time of sight.
All citizens should urge the full
implementation of the new
school eye safety law_
Armstrong
Museum Opens
The Armstrong Air and Space
Museum here opens to the public
at 9:30 A_M_, Thursday, July
20, 1972, the third anniversary
of the first moon landing_
Regul ar open hours of the
Museum will be 9:30 A.M_ to
5:00 P_M_ Daily except Thanks-
glV1ng, Christmas and New
Year's, Charles C. Pratt , Ohio
Historical Society Assistant Di-
rect or , has announced .
Adult admission to the mu-
seum is $ 1.00 per person_ Child-
ren 16 years of age and younger
are admitted free if accompanied
by a parent or in organized ,
adult-led groups or classes_ Child-
ren not in groups and unac-
companied by parents are
charged 50 cents.
Adult groups making advance
reservations to visit the Museum
may request a group rate. Re-
quests for reservations may be
made by phoning the museum
(419) 738-8811.
Members of the Ohio His-
torical Society and their imme-
diate families are admitted free
upon presentation of their memo
, bership card.
I Persons wishing to join may
The Ohio Historical
The MIAMl GAZETTE
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Item, under thi\ he.ldin, .ar. ru"l
free and may , un up to 4 wee."
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FOOTBALL shoes - Nylon cl em
I pai r hi-tops - I pair low - $4
a pair - gd cond - 933-7156 or
932-1 218
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DINETTE se t - Formi ca table
6 chairs - 3 yrs old - $60 -
89 7- 2640
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HUFFY Riding mower - 7 HP
electric start - $175 - Ph _ 897-
5122
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FOR SALE - Fender preclsmn
Bass with hard shell case - $1 50
Call 897-5921 - 8 am to 5 pm -
8974056 evenings - ask for Cliff
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end - mag wheels - asking $500 I
It does nol need to be published_
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1965 GTO - 4 spd - dark btue
black interior - bucket seats -
good condition - 4 new tires
with mag wheels - only $750
Call from 8:00 a_m_ to 5:00 p_m_
897-5016 ask for Milo Moore
32
1961 VOLKSWAGON with new
rebuilt engine - 2 new tires - car
in good condition - $325 - 897-
6436 32
TOP 501 L FOR SALE - $4 a
load - contact Steve Conner at
897-5966
32
HOUSE FOR SALE on Church
St - 3 bedrooms - large living
room - dining room and kitchen
large snack bar - birch cabi net
wall to wall carpet and one
, car garage - one large lUI - $24000
Call 897-4583
32
FREE PUPPI ES - 4th house on
left on Haines Rd off Ferry Rd.
885-2192 31
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Society, Columbus, Ohio 43211
and request membership infor-
mation _ Minimum annual dues
are $5_00_ New members may
enroll at the Armstrong Museum_
The Armstrong Museum is
staffed by employees of The
. Ohio Historical Society_


RENTS_ Before a landlord
may raise a residential rent,
he must calcuhlte the "base
rent," which is the approxi-
mate market level rent for Ithe
unit prior to the freeze_ He
may then only increase the
base rent by up to 2.5 per-
cent a year to cover increased
costs_ However, he may add
on the tenant's share of in-
creases in real estate taxes,
municipal chlll'ies and capital
improvements, if any. In case
of doubt, tenants or landlo,rds
should consult their 10callRS
office.
HONDA 50 Mini Trail - gd eng
$100 - 897-6876 29
THOMAS ORGAN - 1969 - $700
7836 29 . .
ANTIQUE Pump Organ $75 - 2
roll out windows $40 - 897-
4392 28
HORSE TRAI L Mini Bike - gd
cond - $50 - 933-7156 29
1969 CHEVY Impala - 350 - V-8
,turbo hydromatic - disc brakes
PS - vinyl top - tinted windows
new tires & shocks - 22,000
miles - $1600 - 897-2712 29
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2 ten Ib weights - 2 5 Ib & 4%
Ib - must have at least $10 -
Gary Bellmen noon - 7:00 - 897-
1961 RAMBLER Classic - 6 cyl
stick - $50 - needs battery - 897-
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1961 MG MAGNETTE - fair
cond - $50 - 897-6021 after 5
p.m_ - 897-6021 28
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Back To Nature
by Richard Workman
There is probably no more
interest ing, amazing, or diverse
topit: than the natural prucesses
that keep the planet Earth in
balant:e. We have some 4 billion
years of experi ent: e to drawrrum.
in case the rew hundred thou
sand years or man' s experient:e
aren't enuugh. Among the ma -
terial to be present ed 10 thi s
column , in th e w ming weeks
will be inrurmation frum the
natural history uf the Waynes-
ville area. We have the unique
distint:llon \,1' being located un
une or t he richest depusit s uf
Ordovlciap rossib In Ihe world.
I C<l 1I recall my leac tilln whcn , in
a geology cl ass al Vl clor Valley
Coll ege In Cal ifornia In I ()6X.
the plufe\S\11 me nti uncd . I.n
hi s olherwi,c la lher c\ ullleClure .
Ihe Formatiun _ A
geologic furmali un is a la yel uf
ruck , and In the case uf the Wa y-
nesvill e Forlllulion. il is ahoul
95 fe el IllIck. There arc mcm-
In a formaliun : formatl uns
make up a group : gruups make
up a peri ud. Clc . FI. Ancient.
Blancliesler . and Clarksville arc
the Way nesville Furmation mem-
bers. Again , these are layers of
ruck, Waynesvil le is in the
Rit:hmond Group and the Ordo-
vi cian Period. The fossils 10 be
found in the Waynesville Forma-
tion arc many and varied. Per-
haps we'll reveal some of the
best fossil-hun! ing spots later.
There is a great deal of in-
teresting nalural history more
recent than Ihe 500 million-
year-old Waynesville Fossils .
Did you ever wonder , for in-
stance. how we came 10 be
graced with many English
sparrows and starlings? In 1872,
Andrew Erkenbret:her looked
about hi s Cim:innati home and
thought luvingly about the birds
he had wal ched as a youth in
hi s native Germany . To Sup-
plemenl Ihe more than 300 spe-
cies already prevalent in South-
we,lern Ohio. he imported nu-
mer"us European birds. induding
sparruws and starlings . removing
Ihem from their nalural envi -
rllnl11enl where MOl her Nalure
had kepI their numhers in t:heck .
When In t he hills or
OhiuJar from their
natural predalor s. their numhers
increased 10 Ihe unlimited pro-
porlion, uf loday . This was
not I he last ' lobe heard of
Erkenhret:her , however, as he
"Jler founded Ihe C'i lllinn"ti
ZOIi .
Thi s column Will I ry 10 keep
you informed un what hap-
pening now in the "outdoors" .
On Sunday _ Aug. 20_ the Warren
County Park District will spon-
sor a Nat ure Walk through an
area uf Caesar Creek which will
suon be inund<ll ed for the reser-
vuir . Warren and Elizabeth
Well s, naturali sts from Cincin-
nati, will lead Ihe walk, pOinting
out Nature's wonders to those
of us less familiar with them_
The response for the walk has
bet:n so bood that more reser-
vat ions have been taken than
anticipated .
Anyone who paddles a canoe
should get in shape for the
fifth annual Fort Ancient Canoe
Race on October 8. This race
is the last major canoeing event
of the season in the Ohio area.
Co-sponsored by t he Warren
Count ,y Park District and Little
Miami , Inc, the race will prove
to be 'an exciting event for par-
ti cipanl s and specta tors alike.
For more details and an entry
blank, write Fort Ancient Canoe
Rat:e, llox 303, Lebanon , Ohio.
Every eight sewnds, <In Amer-
it:an is burn into a nation that
accoullts for one fift eenth of the
1ihe MIAMI GAZETTE
. .
Earth's population,but consumes
half its total product. How
long can this continue without
catastrophic effects? What does
this mean to you? This and
other topit:s of concern to our
natural environment: along with
outdoor activities will be the
subjects of this column . We
hope you'll watch for it.
School Administrators
Enlisted In Drive
Highway Safety Director Pete
O'Grady today called on school
administrators for suggestions to
make "the messagl! of highway
safety meaningful to your stu-
GARAGE SALE
August 16, 17, and 18
Boys & girls snow suits - size 3 - Mens pants
28w 301 through 33w 301 - 10 cents to $3.00
wash & wear - Good sports coats 36L $6 to
$8 - Speed Queen Wringer washer $20-
Bendix radio & record player 78 RPM records
Rubber 4 man life raft $55 - Boys sport coat
size 8 $1.00 - rocking chair $2.00 - VIIomens
clothes different sizes - table anything and
everything
Wed - Thurs - Fri
10:00 AM to 8:00 PM
122 S. MAIN
"THE YEAR'S BIGGEST HITI" SEE ITI
NOW SHOWING EXCLUSIVE AT
THE OLD FORT DIRVE-IN
U. S. 42, LEBANON
,
-t, t' . i " ;
August 16',1972-
dents" . Among the questions asked
Director O'Grady P9inted out
to the administrators the leading
cause of death among young
people between the ages of 15-
24 is traffic ' crashes.
of the administrators was the
inclusion of highway safety as _
part of the regular school cir- -
riculum and the utilization of
normal distribution processes at
"Governor Gilligan feels the
incidence of fatalities among
Ohio' s young people is especially
tragic," The director commented,
"and the Department of High-
way Safety wishes to join with
the schools in the state in a
jOint venture to protect the
State's most vital resources ..... Hu-
man life."
the schools, such as issuance of
scheduling cards, as a vehicle
to carry the safety message to
the students.
"These young people are not
only concerned, they have a
vested interest in highway
safety," the diret:tor wncltidt;d.
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StateGIftir
Free Entertainment
Aug. 24:. Sept. 4
Glen Campbell Aug. 24, 25
Kenny Rogers & The 1 st Edi!ion Aug. 26
The Golddiggers AUf. 26, 21- .
Chet Atkins, Boots Randolph, Floyd Cramer Aug. 27
The Osmonds Aug_ 28, 29
lynn Anderson Nashville Brass Ray Price
Aug. 3D
Ike & Tina Turner Aug. 31
Roberta Flack Bobby Vinton-AI Green Sept. 1
The Bob Hope Show Sepl2,3
Jody Miller Mac Davis Sept. 2, 3
David Cass id y
with Kim & Dave, Sept. 4
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Marching Bands, Amateur Boxing, Tractor Pulls,
Horse Pulling, Harness Racing, Hell Drivers,
7 -Up Balloon Race, Miss Ohio State Fair Pageant,
Horse Races, Circus, Dave Merrifield, Ohio
Folk Festival, Exhibits and Displays,
World's Largest: Livestock,
Jr. fair, Horse & State fair Art Show
Adults $1.50 - Cbildren ' undfJ( 12, 25
Children admitted free until noon daily
except Sat. & Midway rides up to V2
off until noon daily except Sat. & Su-n.
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Second class postage paid at Waynesville,
VolA 34 August 23, 1972 - Waynesville, Ohio
BEAVER AMBASSADOR &
FAMILY HOSTED
Workman, Olman Overton of Beaver, Oklahoma, Jane Cook, and ...MayOl' James
. trane. Overton is presenting' the Go\den Chip award to Mayor Crane on behalf of the citizenS' of
Beaver. was our local Co..y Chip winner in June for tfie ladies' division, Gary Van Nuys and
Robert Bernard were the winners in the men's division. Overton was made ambassador by Paul E.
Bradley, president of the Beaver Chamber of Commerce
Mr.- & Mrs. OIman Overton
of Beaver, Oklahoma were visi-
tors 'in Waynesville last Friday.
Mr. Overton is the Ambassa-
dor from Beaver, the Cow Chip
Capitol of the world .
Mr. Overton was authorized
by the Beaver Chamber of Com-
merce to bring greetings and
words of encouragement to the
good citizens of Waynesville to
continue their pursuit in the
manly art of Cow Chip Throwing.
Paul E. Bradley, president of
the Beaver Chamber of Com-
merce has extended an invitation
and a challenge to send the
WayneSVille winners of our Cow
Chip Throwing contest to Beaver
to compete in the World's Cham-
pion Contest to be held on April
21. 1973.
The local winners of our con-
test held on June I Ith were
Gary Van Nuys, Robert Bernard,
. and Mrs. Jane Cook.
Mr. Overton is the County Mary Bellman, Janet Goode , and
treasurer from Beaver. Kathy Nolte.
He brought with Ihim ihe Their son and daughter-in-law
golden Chip award to be on Mr . & Mrs. Gary Martin and
display at the WayneSVille Na- daughters of Columbus were also
tiona I Bank. dinner guests.
He was presented two 175th The Overton's and Martin's
anniversary books of Waynesville. were very impressed with our
He was to keep one and present' Community and extlended all
the other to the town of Beaver an invitation to come to Beaver.
from the citizens of Waynes- A letter from Bradley said
ville. inasmuch as the good citizens
Beaver has a population less of Waynesville might have elected
than WayneSVille but is located to throw chunks of coal, heave
in the heart of the most pro- bits of limestone, or fling clay
mising oil and gas fields of the from the potter's wheel and
Great Plains area. Also 'home of inasmuch as the good citizens
the Cimarron Territory celebra- of wayneSVille, not being satis-
tion and the Cow Chip Capitol fied with lesser pursuits, but
of the World. being dedicated to the finer
The Overtons were greeted things of life. did choose cow
Friday and were dinner guests chip throwing in the great Beaver
at the Town Square Restaurant tradition.
and Coffee Shop. Mayor Crane extended an in-
On hand to greet them were vitation to Ambassador Overton
Mayor and Mrs. James Crane, to make a return visit to our
Richard Workman, Jane Cook, community.
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FIREM"EN KEPT BUSY
The Wayne Township Volun-
teer fire ' department was kept
busy on Monday answering three
fire calls:
Monday afternoon, they re- .
ceived a call from the Dakin
Mobile Estates. A fire had
started in the mobile home oc-
cupied by Mrs. Imogene Mali-
coat and son Robbie.
The home is owned by Henry
McFarland of Waynesville. Every-
thing was under control and the
firemen left. Approximately
thirty minutes later. they were
called back, The fire had e-
rupted in the other end of the
home.
Thanks to the quick action
of Jim and Mary Hardin and
. =#II1II1
. ,
other neighbors, the loss wasn't
too heavy.
Firemen were alsO' called out
at approximately 10:00 P.M.
again Monday night on anot her
call.
We have an alert and efficient
fire department that we can be
grateful for.
(picture on Plif,c 2)
Single Copy 10c
MARY L. COOK LIBRARY
HOSTS PARTY
Pictured are pre-school and kindergarten children who reL!eived
ribbons Friday at the Mary L. Cook summer reading club party.
Left to right are Kelly Mcintosh I st with a blue ribbon , Mike
Mcintosh 2nd with a red ribbon, and Vikkie Stroop 3rd with d
yellow ribbon. They are being presented by Juanita Corby .
librarian .
Pictured are Reading Club members from I st through 5th grade
and up being presented ribbons in the Mary L. Cook summer
reading club . They were presented by Juanita Corby . Librarian.
The Mary L. Cook Library and Vikkie Stroop yellow ribbon
held their annual summer reading (3rd).
club party on Friday uf last lsi and 2nd grades were Kelly
week. Brown blue ribbon, Blake Small -
There were 159 children
signed up for the summer read-
ing club. Ninety five completed
eight or more books.
Sixty eight children were on
hand for the annual party .
Ribbons were awarded to pre-
school and kindergarten, I st and
2nd grades. 3rd and 4th
and 51h grades and up.
Those receiving rihbons for
pre-school and Kindergarten were
Kelly Mel ntosh blue ribbon( I st)
Mike Mcintosh red ribbon (2nd)
wood red ribbon (2nd) and
Angela Bover yellow rihhon (3rd).
3rd and 4th grades were Ka-
ren Sizelove blue rihbon (I st).
Daryl Sizelove red ribbon (2nd),
and Mike Helterbridlc yellow
ribbon (3rd).
5th grades and up were Allen
Brown, blue ribbon (I Sl) , Wendel
Joyce red ribbon (2nd), and Deb-
bie Campbell yellow ribbon (3rd) .
The children enjoyed c;utoons
and refreshments.
RETAIL MERCHANTS TO MEET
Members of the Wayne Re-
tail Merchants Association will
meet Thrusday night August the
24th at the Town Square Res-
taurant at 7:30 PM. All mem-
bers arc to attend.
Plans arc being made for Way-
"' nesvillc's 3rd annual SauerkriJut
fcstival to beheld on October
the 14th.
Visitors arewekome to attend .
Volunteers are also needed III
help with the festival.
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THE MIAMI GAZETTE
P. O. BOX 11, WAVNESVILLE PHONE 1975921
Mary Bellman
Phillip Marun
The Valley Shopper, Inc.
Editor
Advertising Manager
. . . publlshera
Merle
Eisman
Blue
Heyer
Behind The Glass
The Girls of Huntington House
Vida - His Own Story
Bath Tangle
JANE McCULLOCH
ARTIST OF THE MONTH
4th STREET WAYNESVILLE, OHIO PH. ' 897-4826
Firemen Kept Busy
This fire scene was at the mobile home in Dakin Mobile Estates.
The nome is occupied by Mrs. Imogene Malicoat and son Robbie.
The bed pictured was destroyed by the fire. The loss was slight -
thanks to several alert people. (Story on page I)
Book Review
ENEMIES. A LOVE STORY
Isaac Bashevis. This well loved
writer probes deep into the lives
of ordinary peuple who have
survived the Nazi era . Herman
Broder is a Polish Jew who ma-
nages to escape with the help
of Yadwiga. a peasanl girl. Hi s
wife and their children were not
so forlunale . In gratitude. when
the war is uver. Broder marries
Yadwiga and takes her to Brook
Iyn. He earns a living ghost
writing for a rabbi; he is bored
and broke. and amuses himself
with a pepper pot mistress,
Marsha . Then he discovers thaI
Tamara . hi s first wife, had not
died . but is living in New York.
Herman is drawn three ways. torn
at the same time by lust, love,
his Jewistness, his lost God . Sin
ger poses human and spiritual
questions without answers,
though each of the, four
the tangle in his or her own way .
What's never resolved are the eter
nal contradictions. The beautiful-
ly written novel is a special and
true book for this year and be-
yond.
MRS. STARR LIVES ALONE
JOII Godden. Mrs. Starr really
prefers to ignore the thought
that things are seldom what they
seem in this changing world. In
a way she has just adjusted
since her husband's death, but
when she has a fright one night ,
she calls her neighbor, Major
Palmer. The two find a fugitive
young girl in the attic. Mrs.
Starr decides to protect her from
an unsympathetic father, and
allow her to stay in her home.
Burtal suprises are in sfore in
this tale of suspence, horror and
violence in a quiet cottage on a
quiet English lane. Unexpected
shivers from the author of "The
Seven Islands" and other books.
CLOSE UP (Len Deighton)
A look at behind the scenes
wheeling and dealing in the film
world by the author of "The
Ipcress File" and "Bomber."
Marshall Stone, an aging super
star hustles and is hustled by
those around him: Leo Kooiman,
ruthless president of Internation
al Pictures'; Suzy Delft, a rising
young starlet and Stone's first
illegitimate daughter; Mary,
Stone's first wife now married
to the man who is writing tile
actor's biography, Peter Anson.
Arid it doesn't end there; agents,
directors and producers who were
" .
The MIAMI (;AZETTE
'Minor League
NEWS
Minor League baseball teams
were as follows :
Coach . Girdon Gates, Assistant
Jim Lees, players were c. Gates,
J. Leyes, J. Mitchell , R. Rye,
D. West , V. Huffman, S. Lamb,
L. Martin, M. Elliott, D. Johnson,
T. Patton, P. Landers, D. Gul
ling, and K. Hepner .
Coach . Craig Francisco, Assis
tant Larry Miranda, players were
T. Francisco, K. Miranda, K.
. Meadows, T. Osborne, J. MeDon
aId, J. Atkins, R. Rickney, S.
Lamblin, D. Johnson, D.
Rathweg, J. Patton, S. Anderson,
P. Scherer, and D. Bailey.
Coach Bob Ratliff, players were
I J. Lamb, T. Berry, D. Combs,
M. Spencer, S. Georg;e, R. Rid-
inger, J. Cook, M. Rye, E. Pon-
der, S. Stephens, B. Horseman,
A. Wisecup and D. Cornett.
Coach Vernon Hooper, players
were T. Slattery, T. Coffman
R. Akers, 1. Vanderpool , D.
White, L. GilJiam, D. Hannah,
R. Kronerberger, B. Kronenber-
ger, J. Campbell, J. Dakin, M.
Bunnell, and M. Adams.
Coach Gates' team won with no
losses. Their batting .averages
were as follows :
Joe Mitchell
Chuck Gates
Dennis West
over hits at bat
704 27 times
552 38 "
551 28"
involved with Marshall Stone at
the beginning of and
Ii __ 1
now play key roles while he is
fighting for his professional life,
populate the Sot yr . A little
incest , much melodrama and the
remembrance of a superb Hamlet
once played, sustain Stone as
he is going down for the third
time. The novel gives an in
. depth look at the horror of im-
pending old age to those whose
'livelihood depends on their looks.
It has Leo KooIman' s three pre-
requisites for a good film; con-
flict, color and confrontation.
It also has coincidence - more
than a little too much of it.
League Tournament To Be
Played
The Waynesville Booste.'s
softball league tournament will
start tonight with a double eli-
mination playoff.
The first game will be played
at 6:30 with Federle (vs) Hubbel-
Lucas.
At 7:30 the game will be
Sackett (vs) KierBellman.
At 8 :30 Leyes team will play
the winner of the . 7:30 game.
On Thursday night at 6:30,
Simpson's team will play the'
winner of the 6:30 Wednesday
night game.
They will also play on Sun-
day.
If anyone needs any informa-
tion on the games, they can
contact Booster's Club president
Bob Lucas at 897-2786.
Vincent Leyes 500 33 "
Vernon I!llffmanSOO 14"
Vi c Elliott 423 26"
Robert Rye 390 18 "
David Gueling 308 13"
Shayne Lamb 250 8 "
Kenneth Hepner I 77 17"
Todd Patton 160 25"
Gates' comments were that
"Some of these boys are younger
and this is their first attempt at
ball. They are all good little
ball players. Some are better
defensive than offensive players
and both are needed for a good
ball team. Most all the boys
were very cooperative and visibly
improved greatly over the season.
It is a good feeling to work with
such wholesome, really all round
honest and sincere boys."
The better players from the
Little League teams were chosen
to form an All Star Team. FroI!l
Francisco's team were chos-
en Lynch (He vacationed
with his parents and couldn't
play), Don Rathweg, Kevin
Meadows, Kevin Miranda, ' and
Tim Francisco.
From Bob Ratlifrs .team -
Tony Berry, Mike Spencer,
Randy Ridinger(Vacationed with
parents and couldn't play), Brian
. Burke and Matt Rye.
From Vernon Hooper's team
Don White, Roger Kronenberger,
Mark Adams, and Jeremy Dakin.
Mike Hartsock and Ron
James, two high school seniors,
also worked hard as umpires.
Congratulations boys on your
baseball season.
Pack 40 will hold a fishing
derby on Sunday, August, the
27th at the Kronenberger farm
on O'Neal Road.
The fishing will start at 5:00
P. M. and continue until 7:00
P. M.
Harold Anderson is Cub Mas-
ter for the pack and Ron Kro
nenberger is committee chairman.
The derby was canceUed pre-
viously due to the weather.
Barbara Elam to Graduate
Miss Barbara Louise Elam of
224 Edwards Road, Waynesville,
will receive her degree for as-
sociate in applied science from
Miami University.
The informal summer com-
mencement will be held on
Friday, August the 25th, at 3:00
P.M. in Millett Hall on its Oxford
Campus.
There will be 796
receiving degrees.
Barbara is the daughter. of
Mr. & Mrs. Walter Elam, Jr. and
is a 1969 graduate of Waynesville
High SchooL
"August 23, 1972
'HARVE'YSBUIIG
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Mr. Bruce Dawson and Miss
Sandra McCarren were united in
marriage in a beautiful candle-
light ceremony Saturday evening t
in the. United Methodist Church . . ,
The reception was held at Clin-
ton Massie High School. Tl}e
couple plan to reside in Elkhart.
Indiana. His sister Patti. Mr.
& Mrs. James Van Epps and
two children of Appleton, Wis-
consin were down for the wed-
ding.
Weekend guests of Mr. & Mrs.
William Doster were Mr. &. Mrs .
Brian Collett of South Africa. '
He graduated from the college '
of Agriculture at Purdue Uni-
versity where Howard Doster is
a teacher.
Mr. & Mrs. Robert Branden-
burg were Sunday guests of Mr.
& Mrs. Harold Parker of Patas-
kala, Ohio. Mrs. Parker returned
home with , the Brandenburg's '
and was a house guest until Thurs:.
day evening when Mr. Parker and
daughter Margie joined them for
dinner.
Veterans of World War I
Association met at the home of
Mr. & Mrs. Harold Gillam
turday for a carry in dinner at :
nooll . A social hour followed
the business meeting.
Mr. & Mrs. Willard Bogan of
Xenia were Sunday afternoon
guests of the Clint Taylor's.
The home of Mr . & Mrs.
Hoagland was the scene of a
suprise birthday party Saturday
evening for Fred Hoagland of
Ashla'ld, Ohio. ThOse present
'.
and family, ' Mr. & Mrs. Da'Ve
Martin and sons of Dayton, Mr.
& Mrs. Frank Turner and family
of Vandalia, Mrs. Charlotte Ma-
loney of Vandalia, Mr. & Mrs.
Ed Hoagland and family of Way-.
nesville, Mr. & Mrs. Danny Hoag-
land and family of Washiilgton,
C. H., Betty Hoagland and John'-"
ny Hoagland.
Miss Lisa Shrack of Columbus
has been a houseguest this week
of Mr . & Mrs. Walter McCarren.
Thursday guests at the Clint
Taylor's were their grand-.
daughter Mrs. Nancy Newsome
and son Jeffrey of Xenia.
Several from this community
attended the Collett-McKay re- '
union at the Collet picnic grounds
on Guerneyvill Road. .
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Gollihugh , Vernon
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Goode , Jim
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Hartsock, Mike
Henderson, Tim
Hickman, Deborah
Hillman, Denise
Huffman, Cynthia
James, Ronald
Johnson, Betty
Johnson, Susan
Keller, Robert
Lacy, David
Laishley, Lori
Lamb, Jeff
Lamb , Randy
Lambert , Mark
Lemaster . Steve
Lewis. John
Link. Kim
Livingston. Gerald
12C Mr. Churko Room 102
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Lucas , James
McCuIlO\.: k. Stuart
McFadden . Judllh
Madison. Kathy
Marriott. Tony
Maynard. Glenna
Maynard. Harless
Melton. Charles
Melton. David
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Miller . Tim
OBanion. Doug
Ohler . David
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Praeter . Tim
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Raines . Steve
Ramsey . JelT
Randolph . James
Reed . Jerry
Ridinger. Darrell
Robinson. Donna
Robinson. Sharon
Rogers. Penny
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Roller . Mike
Rowlett. Dianna
Ruggles, Robert
Sacket t, Teri
Savage . Steven
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By Dave Edsall
A preliminary analysis of U. S.
Civil aircraft accidents for 1971
indicated that scheduled airlines
operations had the lowest total
accidents and fa tal accident ratl
in 23 years.
General aviation, when com
pared with 2970 showed the total
accidents per hours nown re-
mained the same, total and fatal
accidents per 100,000 hours in-
creased.
I would guess the indi ca tion
here is general aviation aircraft
are nying more miles fast er there
by racking up more miles per
hours nown.
Just how safe are light planes?
This question has been ask of
me many times and I always
answer with another question.
Just how safe are automo-
biles?
It seems to me that most
people take auto transportation
for granted ; ignoring all the ma-
ny 'killings' on our highways.
They seem to lean back a little
farther in the seat and assume
that 'it' won't happen to them.
My point is that most people
will strap on a car (if they use
the seat belt at all) and drive
off totally indifferent to the
many dangers they face. But
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when they ask me about air
plane safety they want me to
assure them that there is ab-
solutely no possible danger; and
if there is then I must be ter -
ribly foolish for strapping the
bird on in the first place. (Most
pilots do wear seat belt s.)
ELEMENTARY GRADES WILL BE LISTED IN
NEXT WEEK'S ISSUE OF THE GAZETTE.
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There is absolutely no totally
;afe mode of transportati un. I've
never seen an automobile stall
on take off and crash int o the
ground; nor have I ever seen an
airpl ane cross the yellow line to
crash into the oncoming traffi t:.
(Not to say mid- airs don't
happen.)
It 's been said about the car
that the main ca use of accident s
is the nut hehind the wheel.
Pilots get a much larger dose
of safety mindedness in their
initial introducti on to nying than
do most auto drivers.
I like to think that nying
s as safe as the pilot will take
he time to make it . Unlike the
luto driver who must depend
on the judgement of other
jriver , keeping his fingers crossed
that someone doesn't drive
through him, the pilot can use
his own judgement to create a
safe mode of transportation.
I ran across a table separating
ransportation fatalities into 7
:atagories. There were 59,2 15
fa talities in 1971. They were
broken down like this:
Total highway fatalities,
90:6%; Grade crossings, 2.3%;
Railroads, 1.0%; Marine (com-
mercial), .8%; Marine (recreation-
al), 2.7%; General Aviation,
'2.2%; Airlines, .3%.
Personally I feel safer flying
deKoop than driving deKar but
I'll never be guilty of telling
a passenger that there is ab-
solutely no danger. But then
when you get right down to it ,
a man's bed isn't 100% safe.
Well, see you at the airport.
This is just PLANE Dave
off flying deKoop.
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Church of Christ
T hird & MiamI Str eets
Char le \ PI k e. Evar"'e ll !.t
10: 00 a, m . . Su n (I J' Mornln'g
6 : ) 0 p,m . . Suno EvenI ng
6 : ::S 0 p. m . . We dr E ... en . ng
Ph o ne I n t o rmati o n
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N o rth Ma i n
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First Church of Chr ist
152 H igh 5 1r eel 89 ' 4786
Bi bl e 5cl> 0 0 1 9 : 00 A .M.
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(un pr ogr a m ed)
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H igh S t reet
Re" , J o seph H. Lu t mer , Past or
7 a.m. & 1 1 a, m. Masses
8 a. m, & 8 p.m. HOl y Days
7 : 30 p. m . . FIr' t F ri d ay
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10 : 15 a. m. ' Churcn SI Wo r Ship
6 , 00 p.m.' Jr . & 5, .
F e ll o wshi p
Full Gospel Tabernacle
R . 3 . Ferr y. R d .
Re .... . S he, man Coo k , P.HI Of
10 , 30 a. m . . Sun da y 5 c ho o l
7: 0 0 o.m. S unday E ve . Se rv ice
7 3 0 p. 'Tl . . We dn e sd a y Eve.
Serv ice
7 : 3 0 p . m. ' Sa t . Eve. Serv i ce
Fi rst Church of God
49 S. Ma in S t ree t
C ar l A. Pi erce
9 : 3 0 a. m . . Sun day SchOO l
10 : 30 a.m .. M o rn l nq Wor st'. q"
6 ) 0 p . m . Vou t h Fell o w shiP
1 . 00 o. m . . Sunda y e venlnq
7 : 00 O. m . . Wed nesday even ing
CORWIN
Pentecostal Holiness
Church
Walt er L Lamb, Past o r
10, 00 a. m . . 5unOay ::' Ch Oo l
7 , 30 p. m .. 5 unday , WedneSday
and Sa tur day Even In9
WorShi p Ser v i ces
7 : 30 p, m. Wednesda y Youl h
SE' f VICe
MT. HOLLY
United Methodist
Church
R ev. Leonar d B.1)( l er
9 : 30 a, m . . 5unOay 5chool
J I , 00 a. m . . 5unday WorShip
Ser vice
7, 30 p. m . . WeOne sda y , Prayer
Serv Ic e
HARVEYSBURG
Friendship Baptist
Church
Sou thern Bapti st Con ven tIOn
Ja m es Brow n. Past or
9 : 30 a. m . . 5unday 5 c hool
10 : 3 0 a. m .. 5unday Morni n g
Worshi p
7: 3 0 P. m . . Su nday Even i n g
Serv ice
7: 30 p. m .. We dnesd ay M i dweek
Prayer and B i bl e 51 u d Y
Jonahs Run Baptist
Church
\) h lO 7 3 Ea"
10: 00.1. m . . Sund ay 5chool
10, 00 &' 1 1 : 0o. a. m. 5unday
Wor ShIp Servi ce
7, 30 p. m . . Sunday E vening
Wor sh i p
United Methodist
Church
D aVid Harper . Past o r
9 : 3 0 . m .. 5und ay
Servi ce
10: 30 a. m .. Su nday 5 Ch ool
1 1: 00 a. m . Sun day Wo rShip
Serv ice
Y o uth F ellOWShiP .1nc Si b l e
Siudy
Harveysburg Full Gospel
Church
E. . S OU l il Street
Rev Ja ck
7 30 P. '" T l lC'C,ddV
7 )Op ill F, 0<1 \ ' V \.. p rH.
Pe ODle ' !. SC' v oct?
10 . 00 il . lll .. S UlldJ Y S f'llll'
7 ' 0 0 P Il'l .. SUno.1 Y Evellnl .,
SPRING VALLEY
United Methodist
Church
Wal n u t V n c
R Obert R M el Cdl tl l, Pa o:. t o r
9 ' 3 0 a. m. Su nda y Sc h O , 1
10 JOa . m. M o r rli ng W OfSl ltP
6 : ) 0 p . m You: I, r e llowst1.p
Jr H igh & S, . H ig h
7 4 5 p . Ill .. We d ,lCSd J " ..: n Oli
Ret',cal
Spring Valley Church
of Christ
G lad y St r ee t
10: 00 a , m. M o r n ing WOr o:, hl p
7 ' 0 0 p. m .' E ven ing Wo r!ro hl D
8 : 00 p. m. ' We dn e sday Eve nin g
Wor
Spring Valley
Friends Church
Mou nd St r eet
E. F r i end Couser , Past o r
9 , 3 0 a. m . . 5unday 5ChOOI
10: 30 a. m . . M o rning WOrship
Christian Baptist Mission
Mai n 51reel .
Mrs. LOi s Dunaway. Paslor
lOa. m .. 5unOay 5Chool
11 a. m. ' Morning Worship
7: 30 p. m , ' Eveni ng Worshi p
7 : 30 p. m. Prayer Meeting
We OnesOay & Thursday
7 : 30 p. m. , Song lest . Last
Saturday each monl h.
DODDS
Free Pentecostal Church
of God
R. R . 1 2 2 DoOds. O hi o
Pasl or . James Coll m an
10: 30 a. m . Sunday School
7: 00 p. m. 5unday E van qel l st i c
Ser v i ce
7 : 30 p. m . Wednesd a y Pr ay er
... ; c,:
lYTLE
United Methodist
Church
John K. Smi th. M i nist er
9 : 30 a. m .. Sunda"', Sc hoo l
10: 30 a. m . . 5 unday Wor shl p
Serv ice
8 : 00 9 , 00 p. m . . We dneSd ay
Even i ng, Bi b le 5 tudy
CENTERVILLE
The Centerville First
Pentecostal Church
1 7 J E . F rankli n St reet
R ay N o rvell, Pa50 t ol
G eqe Bicknell . Ass'C"
10: 0 0 a. m . ' Sunday
7 : 0 0 p. m . Sunday fvc lllI\q
7 : 30 p , m .. Wedn e Sda y ftVt. i\ 11HJ
GENNTOWN
Genntown Unitedl Church
Of Christ
R\'u te -1 2 .It
q,l Y St\ I' 1"(,1, P .H IO'
9 10.1 r1l . \Vll f \'" P SCI "It.t'
.2 JO Sun d .1Y C nuI ( I. 5c l 111 01
J 00 U . 1I 1. ' S Ulld.l y """( " 11 11
f l I I U WC,t I I P
FERRY
Ferry Church of Christ
W l lmlnqt o n Pi k e &
SOC i a l R o w R o ad
B u'i Mml!rot c r
9 : 00 a.rn . . Su n day Bltll e Sc hou l
a. m , Su ,. day Worshi p
10: 15 a. m . . 5 unday YOIII h
Wo rshln _
7 : 00 P.M. Eveni n g Ser vi ce
'7 : 30 p. nl . w edneS<' l Y . Mi d week
Pr aye r and Bi bl e St u d y
RIDGEVILLE
Ridgeville Community
Church
5 1. RI. 48 & Lower
Sprongbor o RoaO
R ay L . Shelton. Pasl e r
9 : 30 a. m.' 5unday 5<: hool
10: 45 a. m. ' Morning Worship
7: 30 p. m. 5unday E ven l n !!, -
Serv i ce
7 : 30 p.m. Wednesday E vening
ser vice
5: 30 P. rT\, . Sunday 5r . Y outh
Recreation
6 : 30 p,m . . Sunday 5r. Youth
5ervlces
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Optometry and Contact Lenses at 777 Columbus
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Office Hours Daily By Appointment
Phone: 9-32-5965
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FOR YOUR FLORAL NEEDS
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GARAGE SALES
SPEED QUEEN wringer washer
$20 - 4 man rubber life raft $55
$40 sports coats for $6 - gained
weight and can't wear wize 36R
pants 30-31 - wash & wear - girl's
and boyLs snow suites size 3 for
$2.50 - pair of insulated boots
size 9 $15 - Mens pants 33-30
all kinds - old 9XI2 rugs $3 .50
no holes - Austin Healey Sprite
windows , fair shape, $10.00 -
right door $5 for Sprite - Phone
897-6021 after 5:00. 341nc
1964 Buick 4 door - fact air -
PB - PS - good cond - $275 - '
I gas stove $15 - 897-660 I 34c2
9144 WAYNESVILLE Ferry Rd.
Baby car bed - Sterilizer, etc . .
Antiques . household goods -
clothing etc - Ph 885-2077 34cl
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WILL DO ironings in my home
897-6158 between 5 and 6 PM
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Nice gold and gray chrome table
and 4 chairs - 897 -2 128.
34
1967 Dodge RT - 440 MAG-mo-
tor . 4 speed - power steering
power brakes - new tires with
mags - price $950 . Middletown
424-3009 34
RUBBER RAFT - 2 man - air
pump- aluminum paddles .. needs
apatch -$ IO - 897-2712 34
FOR SALE - 5 ac re horne site
with nice view I miles north
of Waynesvill e - 325 ft road
frontage - $\0,000 - Phone 897-
2786. 34
FOOTBALL shoes - Nylon cleat s
I pair hi-tops .. I pair IlOw - $4
a pair - gd cond - 933-7\ 56 or
932-1 218
33
DINETTE set - Formica tabl e
6 . chairs - 3 yrs old . $60 .
897-2640
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HUFFY Riding mower - 7 HP
electric start - $175 - Ph . 897
5122
33
FOR SALE - Fender precision
Bass with hard shell case - $1 50
Call 897-5921 - 1:\ am to 5 pm .
897-4056 evenings - ask for Cliff
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1965 PONTIAC GTO . 389 eng
Hurst 4 speed positract.ion rear
end - mag wheels - asking $500
will accept trail. bike in Hade for
- part of payment - 897 -4134
33
TOP SOl L FOR SALE . $4 a
load . contact Steve Conner at
897-5966
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HOUSE FOR SALE on Church
St - 3 bedrooms . large living
room dining room and kitchen
large snack bar - birch cabinet
. wall to wall carpet and one
car garage - one large lot - $24000
Call 897-4583
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1965 GTO . 4 spd . dark blue
black interior - bucket seats .
good condition - 4 new tires
with mag wheels - only $750
Call from 8 :00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
897-5016 ask for Milo Moore

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in good condition $325 . 897
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PRINTER' S type drawers - $5 .00
each - 897 -2636. 31
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new tires & shocks . 22,000
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Considerably more than SO
people participated in last Sun-
day's Nature Walk . sponsored by
the Warren County Park District.
Mr. and Mrs. Warren Wells. from
the Hamilton County Park Sys-
tem. proved to be very interest
ing leaders with an amazing
knowledge of the plant s and
fossils of the area . They were
able to point out which plant ,
are edible or medicinal. as well
as those whi<.:h are poisonous or
harmful to humans.
The group was delighted hy
the fascinating legends which
were relat ed In connection with
certain plant s. For instance In
Australia. red clover was illl -
ported a, an Inexpensi ve cattle
feed. The first year the clover
grew like wildfire . and the cattle
flourished. But the second year.
the c1uver failed to come up at
all. It was soun discivered
that no seed had been produced
because there were no bumble
bees in Australia to pollinate
the clover. Only bumblebees
have the ability to reach the
nectar deep within the fl ower.
So the Auslralians imported bum
blebees. which in turn pollinated
the clover . and again the cattl e
flourished. Unforl unately. some
times the nest s of the bumble-
bees arc destroyed by mice , but
if the mice are killed by cats.
thell there is no problem. In
fact . it is said that in England
the prke of beef is determined
by the Ilumber of old maids
living there. Everyone knows
that old maids always have a lot
of cats. which kill the mice.
that invade the nests of thc bum-
blebees. t hat pollinate the clover .
that feeds the cattle and lowers
t he prICe of beef.
The area cuve red by the hikers
will be destruyed hy the Caesa r
Creek Reservoir pruject . elimi
nating another Warren County
natural area. Mr. Wells pOinted
out a dangerous Side effect of
this kind of habitat destruction .
Bloodrout. a plant t hat was a
bundant in the hike area . but
is hecomin!! increasingly rare in
Ohio . has recently been cited
as a possible cure for skin cancer .
Would it nlll be pradlcal to
prutect any remail1lng areas
where bl ul)droot and other po
tentiall y important plant s still
thrive') We have much to learn
from Nature left undisturbed .
The few remnant s of nat ulal
Warren Cuunty that have some
how escaped the destructive
forces of man act ing under the
pretense of progress shuuld be
preserved for the henefit of fu -
ture generations.
The walk prugressed for some
distance through the near dry
bed of Flat Furk. where fossils
of the Ordovician Period are
abundant. Hikers were able to
replenish their collections. and
some ex.;ellent finds were re-
ported. An unusual fossilized
The MIAMI GA:ZETTE
Sponge was discovered by Bill Grade R Room
Diamond of Waynesville . Ano- Home Ec
ther spectacular find was a
perfect trilobite (Isotelus sp.),
uncovered by this writer while
laying out the path for the hike.
Everyone seemed to agree that
the hike was as much fun as it
was educational. and many ex-
pressed a desire for more hikes
in the future.
As the end of summer ap-
approach. lOd children return to
school . it would seem to us that
similar trips could be arranged
for school classes. Very econo-
mical trips could be planned,
in most cases. within walking
distance of the schools. Further
mformat ion is available from the
Warr en County Park District Of-
fice-9332926.
NEXT WEEK: a topic that
bugs a lot uf people-Organic
Gardening. Also a report on a
canoe excursion down the Little
Miami .
(Continued from Page 4)
Wayne Local Classroom
Schedule
Russell . Dale
Ryan . joe
C)I: Mr . i3arlon Library
Rye . Julie
Shafer . Karen
Sharp. David
Sheehan, Sandra
Shutts. Susan
Simmons, Deborah
Simpson. Christopher
Sizemore , Felix
Skaggs. Melissa
Smallwood. Greg
Smith. jacki
Smith . Cynthia
Snoddy. Elizabeth
Stubbs. David
St urgill. Cathy
Thompsun. Betty
Tinney. Donald
Tudd. Brenda
Vincent . Barbara
Vmson. Garred
Vint. David
Walters. Raymond
Webb . Jamie
Wendling. Jay
Wientjcs . Susan
Wilkerson. Diana
Williams. Sherri
Wood . Curtis
Wood. Glenda
Wr en. jeffery
York. Denise
EMR Mr . Wallace Room 112
Arnuld . Barbara
Bauer . Mary
Brown. Mike
Brown. Peggy
Campbell. Tony
Carmack. Arthur
Carmack. jack
Farley. Vicky
Head, Randall
Hollandsworth. Gary
Hollandsworth. Larry
Huffman. Steven
jones. Bruce
Ma\Coln, jerry
Moore. Mary
Neace. Mark
Richards, Nancy
Mrs. Y. Watsoll
Adcock. Teresa
Campbell. Tim
Carmack. Linda
Conley. Dale
Cook, Steve
Copas, Carl
Elcook, Scott
Flint , Wayne
Hawkins, jeff
Hollandsworth. Virgil
Koch. Beth
Lamb. Tim
McFarland. Donna
Morris. jack
Pitstick, Christina
Richards, Sandy
Rigney. Kenneth
Russo, Curtis
Smith. Kathy
Smith. Larry
Snoody, Billy
Wical. Ronald
Wright. Richard
Grade 8 Room 22
Mr. Osborn
Alexander ,DeWayne
Bauer, Jaime
Carrier, Tim
Casebolt, Richard
Cook, Lisa
Creekmore. Pam
Davis. Alan
Esselman, Benny
Garrett, Diane
Goode. Carolyn
Hendrickson, David
Hillman, jennifer
johnson, Susan
Hisey. David
Jones, jeff
Kier , Cindy
Krahn, Kathy
Lambert, Vanessa
McFadden, Carolyn
Maloney . Shawn
Maloy. Andy
Milthaler. Debbie
Morgan. Brent
Morgan. Kevin
Pringle. Davis
Pringle. William
Rush. Pam
Self. Louann
Shafer. Steve
Streithorst, Dave
St ubbs. jack
Vinson. Doug
Walsh. Kevin
Grade 8 Room 17
Mr . Henson
Amburgy, jody
Baldwin. Kelly
Begley. Mike
Buckland, Darla
Buxton. Don
Carter. Merrill
Clark. Chris
Couch. Mike
Cox. Clarissa
Cox. Pam
Gwin. Tina
Hawkins, jennifer
Horseman, Leslie
Hughes. Linda
Hunstad, Nels
johnson. Donna
jordan. Richard
Lamb. Crystal
Lamb. Kevin
Littler, james
Malicote, Gail
Mitchell, Teresa
Osborne. Joe
Pierce, Tim
Pottenger .. Kathy
Reynolds, Jammie
Rice, Keith
St. John. Roger
Slone. Gathy
Thompson. Diane
Todd. John
Wright . Carleda
Grade 8 Room 8
Mr. Vanderpool
Bailey. Sharon
Banas. Mike
Bixby. Lorie
Boeck. Marie
Bromagen. Laura
Brown. Anita
Brown. Jennifer
Bumgardner. Ricky
Burke. Edward
Campbell. Tuesday
Cleveland. Margery
Engei, Matt
Fricke. Kara
Gadd.Terry
Hockett. Arnold
Jones. Pam
Lawless. Lounetta
Lundy. Terri
Merris. Dennis
Miller. Dale
Miller. Raymond
Nell', Barbara
Pack. Lynn
Peters. Frances
Ponder. Cindy
Shelton, Chris
Shoup. Dawn
Simpson. Kitty
Spencer. Cheryl
Thill. Franklin
Walters. Marla
Wampler. Jonni
Grade 7 Mr . Gerard
Rm 21
Campbell. Yvonne
Chenoweth. Toni
Coffman. Debbie
Davenport. Tim
Davidson. Judy
Hockel! . Jerri
Jones. Donna
Jones. Beth
Lamb. Tammy
Linebaugh. Randy
Longacre. Kristy
Miller . Doug
Neeley. Robert
Oney .. Garry
Patterson. Teresa
Patton. Thomas
Ramsey. Kim
Rathweg. Don
Ratliff. Sherri
Sizemore. Earl
Stamper. Lee
Tinney. Clara
Wahsum. Don
Walters. Dana
Wilkerson , Churles
Williams, Deana
Grade 7 Mr. Gibbs
Room 4
Amburgy. Tina
Andres. Claudia
Banas, Paul
Begley, Diana
Thompson. Connie
Townsend, lesl ie
Wahsum. Diane
West, Dennis
White. Don
Grade 6 Mr. Watson
Atkins. Elizabeth
Aycock. William
Bixby.David
Blevins. Steve
Bourne. Jerry
Brannock. Phillip
Buckland. Richard
Chester. David
Clinehens. Sherry
Coleman. Deborah
Cornett. Jody
Couch. Sherry
C( uch. Zekial
England. David
Esselman. Mary
Fritts. Susan
Gompf. Bobbie
Greene. Donald
Hall. Ronald
Hawkins. Alex
Gary
Montag. Catherine
Pressley. Roger
Roark. Sherry
SI. John. Rod
Shafer. Sheila
Shelton. Kelly
Simpson. Bill
Waltz. Cheryl
Waynesville Jr . High
Grades 6-7-8
Boal, Amy
Borgerding, Martin
Campbell, Valerie
Carter, Nancy
Combs. Barry
Gibson, Linda
Grice, Carrie
Hairfield. Elizabeth
Helterbridle. Stephanie Grade 6 Mrs. Lacy
Hough, Susan Adams. Terry
Howard. Kathy Adcock, Luther
Huey. Eddie Alexander, Joey
Kruer, Charlotte Bennett, Teri
Mellott. James Blythe, Lonnie
Merris, Richard Best, Randy
Mitchell. Tom Brunton, Karen
Nowlin. Pam Burke, Brian
Perry. Sherri Cox, Kimberly
Purkey. Larry Elliott, Marcus
Rathweg. Walter Fisher, David
Robinson. Frank Foley. Tom
Sharp. Robert Furnas, Pam
Thompson. Roy Gates. Charles
Vaught, Donna Gilliam, larry
. Hickey, Jeff
Grade 7 Mrs. C. Hartsock J W d II
Rm 7 oyce, en e
Ames, Annalisa
Ballard. Darren
Barret t. Brenda
Campbell. Charlot t e
Clinehens. Sonja
Compton, Susan '
Cornett, Mark
Francisco. Terri
Barber. David
Bennett. Alan
Brown. Alan
Chester. Liz
Couch. Tim
Elam. James
Flint. Carolyn
Heinlein. Diane
Ingram. Danny
Isaacs. Janet
Lamb. Kathy
Lamb. Teresa
Lundy . Sharon
McKeever. Randy
Mohler. Scot t
Neace. Donna
Patton. Deborah
Purkey. Karen
Randolph. Robin
Ray. Brett
Ridinger. Sherry
Robinson. Steve
Thompson. Jeff
Thornton. Tina
Wallace. Roger Frye, Cheryl
George, Gary
Grade 7 Mr . Conway H d C I
Lamb, Sherry
Lamb.. Tracy
Maloney. Shelly
Malter, Deborah
Meeker, Jen(lifer
Mitchell, Johnny
Morgan. Darla
Poole, Patricia
Richards, John
Saylor, Connie
Shinkle. Doug
Spencer, Mike
Walters. Carol
Webb, Debbie
Room 3 ansar . ar a
Hofacker. Todd
Anderson. Mike
Bargo. Tim
Huffman. liz
Richar.ds, Ruby'
Rickey. Rober
Rigney. Tresa
Rogers. Robin
Rosell. Ronald
Russell. Gerald
Rye, Matt
Rye. Robert
Vinson. Jeri
Wendling. Soan
Grade 6 Miss
Waldroup
Arnold. Terri
Berry. Tony
Bollins. Scott
Byrd. Arnold
Coffman. Gary
Counts. Sylvia
Deters. Rebecca
Elanlo. Elizabeth
Elcook. Mike
Farley. Mary
Gibbs, Philip
Haltom. JoAnn
Hardin. Tim
Mead. Donald
Hollandsworth.
Donuy
Johnson. Wade
Jones, Brian
Mitchell. Lisa
Mohler. Shawn
Montag. Christine
Morris. Phillip
Osborne. Dallas
Purkey. Kim
Ritchie, Brenda
Robbins. Barry
Sharp, Keith
Briggs, Ronald
Colvin. Ken
Crane. Aaron
Elder. Sue
I rons. Charles
Kier, Julie
Lamblin. Steve
Littler, Diane
ODeli. Karen
Purkey, Pam
Rush. Loretta
Rush. Mike
Scott, Alan
Seidl, Kenneth
Shinkle, Dave
Simpson. Mike
Smith, Robin
Vaught. Kathy
Grade 6 Mr. Hatfield
Campbell. Jeff
Grill. Tony
Hannah. Dottie
Heath. Selden
Hughes. Larry
Kronenberger. Ron
Lainhart. Teresa
Lander. Louie
Lemaster , Dana
Miller, Karen
Scherere. Patsy
Smith. Greg
Smith, Rhonda
Wendling, Jim
Wisecup, Sheila
Grades 7-8 Room 12
Mr. Grover
Wood. Melissa Bunnell, Cindy
Grade 7 Mrs. Cassidy Couch, Peggy
Rrn I Farley, James
Alford. Tonnie Hollandsworth, Bruce
.Buxton, Debbie Hollandsworth. Janice
Cales. Kevin NeaCe. David
Cook. Jeff
Copas, Rick
Dees. Debra
Gorsuch, Hope
Grice. Kathy
Gullins. Richard
Hall, Kimberly
Hasz, David
Isaacs, Robyn
Jones. Elizabeth
Kronenberger. Richard
Lamb, Robin
littler. Marc
lynch, Greg
McDonald, James
Madison. Kim
Marriott, Lori
Miranda, Kevin
Osborne, Steve
Pottenger John
Randolph, Brenda
The MIAMI GA
Second class postage paid at Wayne,sville, _
Vol. 4 No. 35
August 30, 1972 - Waynesville, Ohio
Single Copy 10c
A MERICAN LEGION MAKES DONATION
They also maintain the in-
struments for the band .
Dunkin said they would like
to purchase instruments but with
theil limited supply of money
it is hard to do.
, from left to Don Dunkin - new Waynesville Music Association president, Edwin Ramby -
,- qllJa ,Yielfar!' 9ffleer Legion Post _615, ROD 'Kronenberger outgoing president. Alan ;
Cathy Viot, !I!ld Gary Bellman. ' Ramby is presenting Dunkin with a' $200:OO check from Post
615 members. Herbert (Oene) Edwards is the Commander.
SCHOOL OPENING SET
All teachers and students
,(grades 9.12) will assemble in
the gym at 7 :45 for opening
day exercises. Master of Cere
monies - Mr. Pack; Welcome .
Gus Edwards; Special Reading
Debbie Diamond; Invocation
Ronnie James; Pledge to Flag - ,
Mike Hartsock; National An-
them . Band; Special Music -
Band; Remarks - Mr. Schwam-
berger; Alma Mater Band; Re-
sponse and Challenge - Mr. Pack;
Introduction of Teachers - Mr.
Pack; Rules, policies and pro-
cedures - Mr. Pack; Example of
School Day - Mr. Pack; Assign
. Students ot Homeroom - Mr.
Pack.
Bell schedule for first three
The Waynesville music asso-
ciation has received a very gener-
ous donation of $200 from the
American Legion Post 61 5 of
Waynesville,
The new president for the
coming school year. Don Dunkin
and outgoing president Ron Kro-
nenberger were overwhelmed by
the donation.
The money will be used to
payoff a debt they owe on
uniforms.
They now have 48 uniforms
but will purchase more as soon
as they can.
The music association has
very few members but they
have managed through the ef-
forts of the parents and students
to purchase the 48 new uniforms
the first in over 20 years.
The cost of each uniform is
$125.00.
The association also purchased
a new uniform for music di-
'r-ector...uoyd Blevins at the cost
of $125.00.
periods today :
Assembly & Homeroom 7: 50-9: 10
First Period 9: I 0 - 9:45
'Second Period , 9:50 -10: IS
Third Period 10:20-10:50
, .Periods 4,5, & 6 Regular
Sept.5 - Fire drill at 2: 18 wea-
," ther permitting_
,Sept. 6 - Fire drill at 8:08
Dunkin who takes office on
September the 5th is hopeful
that more parents of students
will join the association.
They have had several money
raising projects to purchase the
uniforms.
All the members and students
are grateful to Commander
Herbert (Gene) Edwards and all
members of the post of 615 for
the generous gift.
This is just one of the many
projects that the Legipn is doing
throughout the year ' to benefit
the Citizens of our Community,
The band will be busy next
week marching at the Honey
Festival in Lebanon on Thursday
night, a football game on Friday
night, and again at the Honey
Festival on Saturday . '
The uniforms will get a work-
ing out during the. upcoming
football season.
Waynesville Rotary Meets
The Waynesville Rotary Club
held their regular weekly meeting
Tuesday, August 29th, and had
as their guests the Rotary Anns
and the Waynesville area
'LB,?y Scouts
weather permitting.
0,. 1 d Lan d mar kIn W' a y n e s 1- II e Homeroom period will be ex-
The speaker of the evening'
was Perle L. Whitehead, Re-
gional Executive (Retired) Boy
Scouts of America, flom Cin
cinnati , Ohio,
\ ,
,., , . tended 5 minutes to 8:05 through
The building pictured is the leMay's Clothing Care Center downstairs and the leMay residence up-
stairs. The leMay's purchased the building 22 years ago. It was formerly the home of the Farmer's
Grange for several years. It was also the 'home of a Dr _ Wright and also his office. He was the father of
Scanlon, now deceased. The is built in three different sections. It was built sometime in
the late 1800's. It housed the Waynesville Police Station until recently.
Sept. 13,1972. Sept. 14, 1972
will begin regular 10 minutes for
homeroom (7:508:00).
Cap Stubbs was in Charge of
the program.
WAYNE LOCAL BAND STUDENTS
Pictured left to right are trombone player Alan Bernard, Senior,
flag bearer Cathy Vint" Junior, and drummer Gary Bellman,
F{eshman. Bernard and BeUman are two of the recipients who
received their uniforms last year through the generosity of a lot of
hard' working people. The two students a,re grateful to Cornman
der Edwards and the entire Post 615 for the generous donation
for -fenow students who wiD benefit.
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Front row left to right: Debbie Diamond, Debbie Grim, Ann Beock. Back row left to right : Karen
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These Waynesville High School Varsity Cheerleaders attended their annual cheering camp at Camp Cres-
cendo Cheerleading Camp located at Lebanon Junction, Kentucky. They cheered in 5 days of competi-
tion against many other schools. They returned home with four superior ribbons and one excellent.
CONGRATULATIONS GIRLS!
SCHWAMBERGER ANN,OUNCES LUNCH PROGRAM
Paul Schwam berger today an-
nounced a free meal policy for
Wayne Local School children un-
able to pay the price of a meal.
Local School officials have
adopted the folliowing family
size and income scale to assist
them in determining eligibility.
(Attach your Family-size In-
come Scale(s) - Attachment 2 )
Families falling within this
scale(s) or those suffering from
unusual circumstalnces or hard-
ships may apply for free meals
for their children. They may
do so by filling in the application
forms sent home in a letter to
parents. Additiolflal copies are
available at the principal's office
in each school. Applications
may be sub",itted any time dur-
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determine economic need based
on the income, number of per-
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children in school and any un-
usual circumstances or hardships
,which .affect the family's ability
to pay for school lunches. The
information provided on the ap-
plication will be confidential and
" A complete copy of the po-
licy is on file in each school
district in the office of the
Superintendent where it may be
reviewed by an interested person.

.Parents, ..
, Children &:
Others
will be used only for the purpose . I
of determining eligibility. 2
Under the provisions of the 3
policy the Principals will review 4
applications and determine eli- 5
gibility. If a parent is dissatisfied 6
with the ruling of the local 7
official he may make a request 8
either oraDy or in writing for 9
a hearing to appeal the decision. 10
Paul Schwam berger , whose ad- II
dress is Box 306, Waynesville, 12
Ohio, has been designated as
the Hearing Official. Hearing
procedures are outlined in the
policy.
)f\come. Scale.
. fpr
Free Meals
$2450
$3209
$3968
$4727
$5428
$6130
$6762
$7395
$7970
$8545
$9120
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Phone: 932-5965
The policy also provides that
,. there will be no identification
... of our discrimination against any
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Eligibility determinations are
made on a family basis, that is,
all the children in the same
family attending schools under
the jurisdiction of the same
school food authority are to
receive the same benefits, Free
not some Free Meals.
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Grange Notice
Farmer's Grange No. 13 will
meet September 2nd in regular
session. This evening will be the
end of a 1972 contest. All
women are requested to enter
the highest subordinate baking
contest. Recipee of a Centenial
cupcake will be found in Sep-
tember 1971 issue of Ohio
Grange magazine or call Atha
Furnas.
Also, those entering National
Needlework contest bring work
, to be judged.
Girl Scout Notice
Girl Scout Troop 56 will meet
at the Waynesville Methodist
Church Wednesday, September
6th after school.
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Callers at the Clint Tayl or
home Thursday were Rev. Jim
Schultz and son Douglas and
his little friend Mike. Jim was
a former pastor of Jonahs Run
Church and is now pastor of
a church in Los Angelos, Cali -
fornia . He preached at the
First Baptist Church in Dayton
Sunday and then they visited
his mother in Ma rion, Ohio.
Sunday guests of Mr s. Lucy
wer e Mr s. Mabel Hawke
of Dayton and Mr s. Lucille War
ner of Medway.
Daniel Doster of West la
fayette , Indiana. spent the week-
end with hi s grandpare nt s Mr. &
Mrs. William Duster .
Sunday guests of Mr . & Mrs.
Thomas Haendel and sons
T()mmy and Jeff were Mr. &
Mrs. Ronald Haendel and daugh-
ters Rhonda and Cheryl and Mr.
Mr s. L. L. Haendel all of Dayt on.
Mr . Ralph Brandenbur g and
Mrs. Wanda Fisher both of Le-
banon were Saturday dinner
guests ()f Mr. & Mr s. Rohert
Brandenburg.
Mr . & M Willi ams
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Mr. & Mrs. Frank Gibson and
family attendcd her family rc-
union "The Murphys" at Tri-
angle Park in Dayton, Sunday.
John Doster spent the week-
end in Springfield , Ohio.
Richmond Watkins spent Sun-
day with the Charles Ellison
family .
The Adult Bible Class of the
Unit ed Methodist Church en-
joyed a potluck supper Thursday
evening at the home of Mrs.
Helen Robert son. Others pre-
sent were Mr. & Mr s. Thomas
r
Welch. Mr.&Mrs.CharlesVoiers,
Mr. & Mrs. Glenn Murrow, Mr .
& Mrs. Maynard Hal:kney . Mr s.
Emma Swindler . Mrs . Ernestine
Moore, Mrs. Sue Wyall, Mrs. H.
S. Tucker . Mr. & Mrs. Hugh
; Vance of Bellevue, Filorida, Paul
. Green of Maderia . Ohio and
Mrs. Ruth Doster.
The Shrack family enjoyed
their annual campout last week-
end at the home of Mr. & Mrs.
Walter L. McCarren. Their theme
was one of Mexico and many
were dressed in Mexic In cos-
tumes. Roast beef along with
many Mexican dishes of 'food
was enjoyed by all.
Mike McCa-rren visited Mr . &
Mrs. John Shrack, Jr. and daugh-
ter Lisa of Columbus last Thurs-
day and Friday. While there
they attended the State Fair
Friday.
Mrs. Howard Doster and four
children spent a week recently
in Florida and visited Disney
World while they were there.
Mr. & Mrs. Bruce Dawson
were Wednesday overnight guests
of Mr. & Mrs. Walter McCarren.
The Dawson's were returninR
A t71r=T
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from their honeymoon that 'they
had spent at Miami Beach and
Jamaica Island.
Mrs. Sharon Riesinger and
children visited with her parents
Mr. & Mrs. Everett Gordon Mon-
day.
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is a patient in Clinton Memorial
Hospital.
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,August 1972, The MIAMI GAZETTE
WAYNE lOCAL CLASSROOM SCHEDULE
KDG - AM Room 111
Mrs. Irelan
Abner, Jerry
Amburgy, Rodney
Arthur, Angela
e.II, Tamathe
Bennett, Timothy
Boggs, Carl
BOOher, Curtis
Brown, Randell
C.rter, Steven
C.sebOIt, Allen
Cassidy, Michael
CObaugh, Donna
Cuok, Dean
Crutchfield, Jeffrey
Dennon, Brett
Oils, Trlsha
F.rley, Jarome
Ferguson, Larry
Fry, Dale
Fry, Thomas
Frye, Holly
H.rrah, Angela
H.rrlson, Connie
Horn, Thomas
Lander, Dawn
L.wless, Kevin
Lawson, Kevin
M.rconet, Rita
Mcintosh, Kelley
Mullins, Shar i
Neace, Melissa
Ramsey, Lisa
Scherer, Barbara
V.lr. Vance
Younker, Kimberly
KDG - PM Room 1 11
Mrs. Irelan
Allen, RObert
Brooks, Timothy
Caldwell, Clifford
Carrier, Darren
Casebolt, Brian
Davis, Bobby
Eldridge, Gregory
Ferguson ,. Dea nn
Flinn, Julie
Frederick, RObert
Freemen, Christopher
Hall, Machelle
Henry, Edmond
Howard, Michael
Howell, Chr i stopher
Kronenberger, Mar i e
Lamb, Dewayne
Lamb, Marcus
Miller, Douglas
Miller, Shell
Miltenberger, Kelly
Neeley, Jerry
Ramby, Shari
Rasnake, Deanna
Ryan, Stephen
' Saunders, Wendl
Sharp, Darla
Stanley, Jerry
Webb, Della
Woods, KI"?berly
Grade 1 Room 116
Min Barker
Buckland, Cindy
Bumgardner, Diane
BUrnell, Rhonda
c.rter, Tom
Coffman, Michael
Fritts, Patty
Hjlwk, Charles
lton, Tracl
Johnson, Amanda
Kldd, John
LIImb, Pauline
McKeever, Melissa
M.tter, Sherrl
Pete", Daniel
. Plgg, William
Shaffer, Stacl
Sheehan, David
Stiver, Carl
W.mpler, Mark
Wolfe, Matthew
Gr.de 1 Room 112
Mrs_ Benton
Anderson, Cindy
Boring, Rhonda
Bryant, Richard
ChriStman, James
COOk. Alan
Free",.n, Gerald
Gibson, Richard
Hili, Regina
J.ckson, Eric
LIImb, Steve
M.yne, Angela
Miller, Anthony
Morgan, Stephen
Osborne, Jeffrey
Pettit. Karen
Scott. Angela
. Shelton, Lisa
Smith, Annette
Valr, Victoria
Wright, Rhonda
Grade 1 Room 114
Mrs. Edwards
Adams. Sherri
Banas, Amy
Berry, Sheila
Cornett, Lee
Eakins. Kathy
Elliott, Douglas
F.rley, Toml
Hatton, Colleen
lsa.es, Jeffery
Lamb. jennifer
LaWson, Angela
Maloney, Kevin
Montag, o.vtd
NMley, o.vld
Patton, Bryan
Alce, ROdney
Shinkle, Rebecca
SmallWOOd, BI.ke
WlIfdlow, Alan
Gf.de 1 Room 113
Mrs. F.rley
Blythe, Laur"
Casebolt, Loretta
Deters, James
Edsall, Lee Ann
Elcook, Kevin
Flannery, Gregory
Gambill, Darrell
HUbbell, Phillip
I saacs, Del mar
Lamb , Donald
Lewis, David
Moore, Angela
Parson, RObyn
Ramsey, Angela
Rice, Deanna
Scott, Lynn
Thompson, Ro xl
Younker I Bryan
Grade 1 Room 117
Mrs. RI Chards
Arthur, Rodney
Buckle, Allison
Carter, Diane
COOk, RObbie
DoddS, Donna
Evans, Charles
Ferguson, Gary
Green, Charlotte
Holbrook, RObert
Jaeger, Stephen
Lamb, Freddie
Martin, Loren
McDonald, Tim
Plummer, Daryl
Purkey, DeWayne
Ratliff, Holly
Shelton, Leslie
Smith, Roschel
Taylor, Darla
Junior Second
Room 216
Mrs. McClure
Coleman, Jeffrey
Corby, Abigail
COUCh, Libby
Davis, Elmer
Duncan , Christina
Frve. Diane
Hall, Douglas
Hockett, ROby
Horseman, Davia
Isaacs, Usa
Jac kson, Troy
Lamb, Keith
McDonald, JOhn
Morris, Darrell
Riddle, Lynn
Grade 2 Room 2 15
Mrs. Cook
Bauer , Angela
Boal, Chad
Brooks, Ella Mae
Brown, John
Clark, Bret
Frederick, Marjorie
Frye, Kathy ,
Frye,
Graham, Robert
Heinlein, Brenda
Johnson, Mike
KennedY, Scott
Kurnas, Eric
McDonald, Randy
Patrick, Cynthia
Patton, Troy
Purkey, Kurt
Rockhold, Mary
Ruse, Donna
Sackett, Tom
Singer, Hubert
Grade 2 Room 214
Mrs. Davis
Bishop, Jim
Brown, Edgar
Chattin, Mary
Clark, Mike
Engel, Andrew
Farley, Julian
Gibson, Kelll
Gibson, Phillip
Gingerich, Steve
Hatfield, Faye
Koehler, Pamela
Lamb,Mlke
Marriott, Lisa
Meeker, John
Miller. Lonnie
Simmons, Phillip
Swadener, Krtsten
Townsend, Rae Marie
Wilcher, RObin
Winsted, Mike
Younker, Lisa
Grade 2 Room 217
Mrs. Ferguson
Cales, Carol
Frye, Aaron
Gates, Jim
Gruber, Rodney
Jones, Janna
KleSkl, Scott
Kronenberger, Melinda
Lamb, Pleasle
Linville, Donald
Miller, Carl
Phipps, Cathy
R.l!thweg, Kristina
Rigney, Donna
Robbins, Rodney
Schl0gel, Joe
Simpson, Jacklyn
Stroop, Kelll
wells, Lester
White, Joey
Winsted, Clyde
Grade 2 Room 213
Mrs. Hatfield
Burnell, Penny
C.rt .... Mark
Cllnehens. Michael
GhMrlng, John
HarrllOn, Jeffet'y
Hofacker, Sharon
Karman, Tho",.s
Keller .Jenn,f.,
.. Allen
. Kruer. Rose Mary
Laird, Tim
Lamb, Jon
Anderson, Wendy
BOiling, Bruce
Brown, Jeff
Campbell, Lisa
Carmack, JudY
CassidY, Patrick
Chenoweth, Chris
Cllnehens, RiCk y
Dakin, Anita
Howard, Gary
Isaacs, Scotty
Jaeger, Laura
Laird, Connie
Lawless, Nathan
Maynard, Danny
McFarlane, Sheila
Mercer, Danny
Patterson, Greg
Phipps, Teresa
Randolph, Kathy
Russell, Alan
Seidl, Jeff
Simmons, Pam
Stapleton, Ryan
Taylor, Randy
Wilkerson , Dana
Wisecup, Allen
I Individual Assi.tance
! Room 101
Lingo, Gary
Miller, Tambrla
O'Dell, Edward
Par kS, Charles
Perdue', Douglas
Reeves , Cindy
Rice, Cheryl
Samples, Shannon
White, Jam, s
Winkler, Walker
Grade 2 Room 2 12
Mrs. HOdson
Bayes, Cheri
Bentley, Tammy
Buckland, Jod I
' Cobaugh, Dana
Cook, Deborah
Davenport, David
Evans, Jack
FOX, Mike
Gilliam, Mary
Grice, James
Hall , Mlko
Davis, Anthony
Dees, Steven
Deters, David
Dodds, Billy
Gambill, Annette
Haltom, Janet
Johnson, James
Kldd, Kimberly
Long, HarOld
Meeker, Joe
Mallcote, RObbie
Mellott, Rebecca
Osborne, Kenneth
Phillips, Earl
Powell, Jennifer
Rasndke, Dawn
Rathweg, Kevin
Rush, Janet
5mlth, Eileen
Stapleton, Lucinda
Zeh, Wayne
Grade 5 Room 1
GradeS Room210
Mrs. Francisco
Barber, Beverly
Bennett, Nola
Bradley, Edward
Brannock, Greg
Campbell, Donna
Carter, Lillian
, Mrs. Sewell
Andre,s, RObert
Carm<l ck, Gary
Day, Belly
Griffi t h , Greg
Hollandsworth, Billy
HOllandsworth, Wanda
: Mallcote, James
Mill er, Tom
Parson , Tammy
Richards, Jaydene
Wr i ght, Carla
Individual Assi stance
P"mar y Room 109
Mrs. Y oung
Baker, Belinda
Bauer, David
Carmack, David
HOllandsworth, Linda
, Hollandsworth, Steve
: JOhnson, Oanny
Smitl" Nathan
Wr Ight, Randy
Hazen, Lisa
Hubbell, Kenneth
Issacs, Joe
Marconet, Melissa
'IIIllIer, Donnie
Neace, Doug
Price, Kim
Rockhold, Don
Shafer, David
Wilson, Er i c
Grade 4 Room 105
Mrs. Pack
CherryholmeS,Shara
Dees Teresa . NIH class Room 115
Andy Mrs, Valr
Grade 3 Room 106
Mrs. Click
BOiling, Mary
Briggs, Judy
Campbell, Craig
Chattin, Donna
Clark, Bart
Coffman, Lisa
Cook, Wayne
Cullison, Patrick
Esselman, Lould
Flint, Chris
Florence, Jeff
Freeze, Sheila
George, Jeff
Gorsuch, Scott
Hepner, Karyn
Hogan, Bruce
Isaacs, Rodney
Johnson, Keith
Jones, Doris
Alford, Bonnie
Anderson, Sherr I
Berry, Kim
Burke, Sue
Campbell, Robert
Couch, Brad
Davenport, Greg
Edwards, Dean
Fields, Sherrl
Fry, James
Ghearlng, Matthew
Gibbs, Michelle
Gilliam, Mary
Gooch, Sherry
Harrison, Teresa
Hogan, Katrina
'-iorn, Doug
Karman, RObert
Livingston, Rhonda
Parsons, Kenneth
Ponder, Eric
Pope, Steve
Purkey, Jay
Rains, Dewayne
Rice, Jeannie
Roark, Randy
Sizelove, Darrell
Smith, Brenda
Wardlow, Ann
Watkins, Jeff
Jones, Tammy
Karman, Carry
Keller, Larry
Lamb, Scott
McDonald, Jeff
Meadows, Kevin
Neace, Nina
Osborne, Tim
Patton, Jeff
Polly, Greg
Powell, Cathy
Price, Billy
Schlegel, Cindy
Smead, Chris
Stephens, Steve
Taylor, Billy
Wampler, Vick i
Woods, Kenny
York , Gayla
Grade 5 Roo m 20 7
Mrs. Gadd
James
Akers, Rodney
Bailey, David
Baker, Brad
Ballard, Joyce
Banas, Marla
Bishop, Tony
Carter I Donna
Jones, Penny
Jordan, Jennifer
Littler, Michele
Longacre, Bryan
Mayne, Tracy
Miller, Jeff
Neace, Robert
Smead, Mike
Smith, Lisa
Grade 4 Room 104 Clark, Stephanie
Mrs. Palko Conley, Colleen
Dakin, Jeremy
Taylor, Carla
Woollard, Robert

M.nn
l
Steven
Bauer, Tina Farley, Tina
Boring, Randy Francisco, Tim
I;lrown, Teresa Gross, Sandy
Mike -
'Carter, Paul 'Huf(man, Rebecca
Grade 3 Room 108 Couch,Dewayne ...amb, Jeff
Mrs. Dourtney
Edwards, Dale Lamb, Tory
Ferguson, Tina Miller, Greg
Adams, Greg
Arnold, Scott
Arthur, Sherry
Begley, Steve
'ox, Kim Mitchell, Joe
3arrett, Patricia Purkey, Rhonda
Gulling, David Seidl, Mark
Hansard, Derwin Sheehan, Christine
-Ielnleln, Laura Smith Deborah
Booher, Kathy lenda Helterbrldle, Mike TOdd:Paul
Cherryholmes, G Hollandsworth, Norma Vlnt, Marla
Chester, Johnna Knisley, Karen Woods, Todd
Coffman, James Koehler, Patricia
Colvin, Chris Kronenberger, Robert Grade 5 Room 208
Dunkin, David Lamb, Dee Mrs. Perry
Elardo, John Lander, Pat
Elder, Lisa May"., Calvin
Elliott, Victor McDonald, Mike
Ferguson, Jamie Merrls, Phillip
Forsythe, Julie Messer, Eric
Frye, Pat Neeley, Debbie
Hisle, Steve Parsons, Randy
Hollandsworth, Tony Price. Sherr I
Horn, Rebecca Sanders, John
Isaacs, Deborah Simpson, Tom
oohnson, William ' Stephens, Terri
Lamb, Kelley
Lynch, Tammy Grade 4 Room 102
Mallcote, Jeff Mrs. Sawyer
McFarland, Tony
Nelson, jennifer
Richards, Mike
Scherer, Pamela
Shelton, Tracy
Woods, Darrell
Younker, Kevin
Anderson, Steve
Benner, Melissa
Blair, Dean
Borgerding, Scott
' Bast, Scott
Brown, Treva
Coffman, Craig
Grade 3 Room 100 Coleman, Teresa
Mrs. Skaggs Combs, Doug
Elardo, Joseph
Bernard, Paul Esselman, Larry
Boggs, Steve Hepner, Kenneth
Clar, Mark Hisey, Holly
Cook, Rebecca Howard, Glenn
Davis, Debbie Isaacs, Candy
Eakins, Kim Jaeger, Michael
Alford, Llsha
Campbell, Deborah
Elcook, Patsy
Frltt., Cheri
Frye, Barbara
George, Scott
Grice, Mike
Hall, Debbie
' Harman, Ray
Hisle, Kim
Huey, Tom
Huffman, Susan
Hughes, Dale
Johnson, Donald
Jones, Joe
Lamb, Eddie
. Larrob, Shayne
Lamblln, Greg
. Lemaster, Kendra
,Lingo, Joey
Peters, Margaret
Prewitt, Tammy
Ridinger, Randy
iSlattery, Tom
Snell,Clndy
Snoddy, Julie
Vanderpool, Jeff
Wlcal, Karen
Allor d, Ronald
Clark" Tim
Harvt,V, Roger
Johnson, Terry
Lander, Scott
Lowo, Kenny
Mellott, Jo n
' WICk line, Ty
Wlld" r , Darr ell
WHS Activities for
September 1972
Sept.
4 Labor Day
5 First Day of School
6 Senior' s Day to Change Class
schedules
7 Junior's Day to change class
schedules.
8 Sophomore's Day to change
.. class-schedules.
Greenon - Home
Pep Rally at I :55 (Pep Sche-
dule).
II Freshmen's Day to change
class schedules.
12 Junior and Senior's day to
change class schedules
Faculty meeting at 2:30 in
Room 104
13 Freshmen & Sophomore's day
to change class schedules.
14 Last day for students to change
class schedules
IS Tea(;hers place students names
in class roll books in ink.
Cedarville - Home
Pep Rally at I :55 (Pep Sche-
dule)
Fultz, Kevin Johnson, Robbie
Gadd, Mike Kelly, Teresa
Gross, Sandy Morgan, Floyd
Grade 5 Room 209
Mrs. Vanderpool 19 Departmental meetings at
2:30 in Room 104.
Gwln, Tony Patton, Todd
Head, Diana Penrod, Gloria
Kronenberger, Mlchellepettlt, Sharon
Kuras, Todd Rye, Mary Beth
LaCY, Jilt Snell, Usa
Lewis, Tevis Spencer, Tammy
LeYln, Bobbl Vaught, Marcia
Madison, Billy Wahsum, Darrell
MCintosh, Lisa White, Jon
Meadows, Kenneth Woods, Vicki
Miller, Kim White, Melodle
Peters, Billie
Ratliff, Mark
Rice, Marcus
Roark, Steven
Schlegel, Colleen
Sharp, Darrell
Shtveley, Shane
Sizelove, Karen
Shutts, Pamela
Waltz, Tr.cy
Williams, Frank
Wlse",.n, John
Gr.de 3 Room 107
MrLSlone
Aclcoc!<, Katrina
Grade 4 Room 103
Mrs. Wardlow
Adams, Mark
e.les. Sherrl
Banas, Roseanne
Bursey, Leigh Ann
Cartet', Allen
Cornett, David
o.vls, M.ry
OilS, T.wny
Edsall, Steve
Fox,Mellssa
Hawk, Tr.cy
HI"e, Bru.n
Atkins, Sherry
BIShOp, Mark
Bromagen, Colleen
Clark, Ritchie
Elliott, Carolyn
Flint, Darlene
Gwln, Brenda
Hogg, Gall
Hollandsworth, Danny
Huffman, Vernon
Johnson, David
Jones, Mtchael
Kldd, Natalie
Kronenberger, Roger
Lamb, David
Leyes, Vincent
Neeley, ' Jennifer
Overbee, Charles
Poole, Mitchell
Ray, Vlckt
Samples. Connie
Scherer, Paul
Smith, Vanessa
Smith, Vicki
Stapleton, Jim .
Winsted. George
Wrl9ht, Arlene
20 County Teachers Workshop -
No School
22 Blan(;hester - Away
26 Assembly at I :30 (Afternoon
Assembly Schedule)
Faculty Meeting at 2: 30 -
Biology Room
29 Mason - Home
Pep Rally at 1 :55(pep Sche-
dule)
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Waynesville High School
Course Offerings 1972-73
Art
Art I
Art II
Credits
Business (See Voc. Ed .)
Bus. Law !h
Cons. Econ. liz
Gen. Bux. I
Typing I Yz
E.M.R. (Spel: . Ed.)
Bask Subjects
English
Eng. I
Eng. II
Cont. Novel
Them. Unil s
The Novel
Shakespeare
Int. to Poetr y
Compositioll I
Journali sm
Int to Dramatics
Basi l: Speech
Shari Story
Basic Eng Usage
COllI. Reading
Foreign Llnguag.:
Frendl I
French II
linin II
Il calth & Phy Ed
Hea lth
Ph y. Ed.
Industrial Art s
El ectricit y
Ind . Art s
Mech. Draw
Met als
Woods
Math
Alg. 1
Alg. II
Basic Math
Gen . Math
PI. Geom.
Pre-Cal.
Music
Band
Chorus

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Music Understand ing
L .
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Science
Biology
Chemistry
Physiology
Physics
Gen . Sci. I
Zoology
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6
Social Studies
Am. Gov\.
Am. His!.
Soc . !h
Psychology !h
W. L
4
Vocational
D.c.T. 3
Ho. Ec . l Iv..
Ho. Ec. 11 Iv..
Ho. Ec. III Iv..
Ho. Ec. IV Iv..
1.0.E. (Bus.) I 2 If.!
O.w.E. 3
J 1.0.E.(Bus)I\ '
IS
TOTAL
Page 6
WAYNESVI LLE
Church of Christ
Thir d & Miami Str eeu
Charl e\ Pdo\, C, Evar' ....
10: 00 d . rn, Sunc . ... I Mor ning
6 . 3 0 p, m. Sund Evening
6 ' ':'0 p ,m,' WeOr Od '" E .... enlng
Phone 89 7 44(,2 I CI In fo, matl o n
First Baptist Church
Nortn Main
JOnn P, O H)Orne, Palita,
10 - 00 d . rn, Sunaay SChOOl
11 0 0 a,m. - Mor ntlH:I WQf\h. p
b ' )O p , m . Trdln lng U nion
7 30 p,m, . Evening Wor Sh rp
7 ) 0 P. m , Wc dne'l da y Praye,
MeetIng
(Aff ll.ated Wi t h Suu thern
Con .... entlon) ,
First Church of Christ
152 HIgh St reet 89 ' 478 6
Bible School 9 : 00 A .M.
Worship 10:00 A.M.
Evening 7:00 P.M .
Friends MeetinQ
Fourth Street near High
9 : 30 a. m .. Sunday Schaal
10: 45 a.m.' Sunday Meeting for
Worshi p (unpf ogra med)
St. Augustine Church
H,gh Street
Rev , Joseph H . Lutmer, Pastor
7 a.m. & 11 a.m. ' Masse,
8 a.m. & 8 p. m . . HOly Day,
7 : 30 p. m. F",t Friday
7 : 45 a. m. ' Daily Mass
5: 30 p. 'r' . Saturday Mass
St. Episcopal
Church
Thl ,d & MaIn Street'
Rev . HarOld Deet h. Rector
11 : 15 a.m . . Morning Prayer
1st , 3rd & 5th Sundays ;
HOly Communion 2nd & 4th
Sundays
United Methodist
Church
Third & North Streets
L . Young, MInister
9 : 00 a.m. ' Church SChOO'
10: 15 a.m. ' Church st Worsh i p
6:00 p.m. ' Jr . & Sr. Youth
FellowShIP
Tht! Full Gospel Tabernacle
R . 3 Ferry Rd.
Rev. Sherman COOk, Pastor
10: 30 a.m . . Sunday Schaal
7 : 00 p.m. ' Sun'day Eve. Serv ice
7 : 30 P."' . . WedneSday Eve.
Service
7: 30 p. m . . Sal. Eve. Service
First Church of God
49 S. MaIO St'eet
Carl A . Plerce
g : 30 a. m . . Sunday Schoo'
10: 30 a. m . . Morn i ng Worsh i f'
6 : 30 p . m . Youth Fellow,hlP
1: 00 O. m . . SUr'ldav evening
7 : 00 c . m , . Wednesday evening
CORWIN
Pentecostal Holiness
Church
Waite< L. Lamb. Pastor
10: 00 a.m .. Sunday
7: 30 p.m . . Sunday. WedneSday
and Saturday Evening
WorShip ServiCeS
7: 30 p. m. ' Wednesday Youth
St"tvl ce
MT. HOLLY
United Methodist
Church
Re .... . Leo nard Baxter
9 : 30 . m . . Sunday Schaal
11 : 00 . m. Sunday WorShIp
Se,VICe
7, 30 p, m , - Wednesday, Prayer
Ser .... l ce
HARVEYSBURG
Friendship Baptist
'Church
Southern Baptist Convention
James Brown, Pastor
9 : 30 a.m. ' Sunday Schaal
10: 30 a. m .. Sunday Morning
Worshi p
7: 30 P. m . . Sunday Evening
Service
7: 30 p. m .. Wednesday Midweek
Prayer and Bible Study
Jonahs Run Baptist
Church
Ohio 73 East
10: 00 a. m .. Sunday School
10: 00 & 11 : OQ.a. m .. Sunday
WorSh1 p Service
7: 30 p. m. Sunday EvenIng
Worship
United Methodist
Church
Dav Id Har per . Pastor
9 ; 30 a. m. ' Sunday Chur Ch
Service
10: 30 a. m . . Sunday Schaal
11 : 00 a. m.' Sunday WorSh,p
Sep ... ce
Youth Fellow,nlp ane BIble
Study
Harveysburg Full Gospel
Church
E. So ul h St,eet
Rev . Ja Ck HdmdtOI1, Past e ,
7: 30 p,ol T u esda v
7 ,30 p . rn .. Fr Id..., ,,, .
People's. Se' vlce
10: 00 it .rn, , 5 un dd Y SChOO.
7 : 00 p . 111 .. Sll nday Evellille)
SPRING VALLEY
United Methodist
Church
Walnut V ' nt:
RObert R. MeredIth, Pastor
9 : 30 a.m. Sunday SChO'l'
10: JO a,m .. Morning WorSl lip
6: 30 p. m.' You th FellowshIp
Jr . HIgh & Sr . HIgh
7 : 45 p,m, . Wedllesda y ': hOH
Rehearsal
Spring Valley Church
of Christ
Glady Street
10: 00 a . m , . Morning WOrShip
7 : 00 p , m . Evening Worship
8 : 00 p. m.' Wednesday E venIng
Worshi p
Spring Valley
Friends Church
Mound Street
E, Fflend Couser . Pastor
9 : 30 a. m .. Sunday SChOOl
10: 30 a. m .. Morning WOrShl P
Christian Baptist Mission
Main Street
Mrs. Lois Dunaway. Pastor
10 a. m. ' Sunday School
II a. m . . MornIng WOrship
7 : 30 p.m. Evening WorshIp
7 : 30 p.m. Prayer Meeting
Wednesday & Thursday
7 : 30 P. m .. Song-fest. Last
Saturday each month.
The MIAMI GAZETTE
DODDS
Free Pentecostal Church
of God
R.R. 122 Dodds, Ohio
Pastor, James Call man
10: 30 a.m. Sunday School
7: 00 p. m Sunday Evangelistic
Service
7: 30 p.m . . Wednesday Prayer
LYTLE
United Methodist
Church
John K. Smith. Mlnist e' ,
g : 30 a.m . . Sunday SCtlOOI
10: 30a. m. Sunday WorshI p
service
8 : 00 9 : 00 p.m. Wedn,esday
EvenIng. BIble Study
CENTERVI LLE
The Centerville First
Pentecostal Church
173 E. FranklIn Stree t
Ra y Norvell. Past a,
Gene Bicknell, Ass ' l.
10: 00 a. m. ' Sunday 5< """,
7 : 00 p, m, , Sunday fvctllf l'l
7 : 30 p.m, . Wednes. da y ["t..' II I I HI
GENNTOWN
Genntown UnitHd Church
Of Christ
R f'lIl C .12 .11 Gcnll l OWIl
Qd Y Stu. r,c, . P.lSl ()1
9 J O J '1) .' VVtllS "'W S t.." .... I Lt.'
10 ' JO 511Ild.)v e ll", ( 11 SCI'O(}I
00 o . m, . S ltndJ Y YOul II
FCI IOw\I I IP
FERRY
Ferry Church of Christ
Wilmington Pike &
SOCial Row Road
Bus Wiseman, MlIllsler
8:00 a.m. Early Worship Service
9 : 15 a.m. Bible Schoell
10: 15 a.m. Morning Worship Service
10: 15 a.m. Sunday Youth Worship
6 :00 p.m. Youth Meeting
7 : 00 p.m. Evening Setrvice
7 : 30 p.m. Wednesday - Midweek
Prayer and Bible Study
RIDGEVILLE
Ridgeville Community
Church
51. Rt. 48 & Lower
Springboro Road
Ray L. Shelton. Past e r
9 : 30 a, m, - Sunday Sc hool
10:45 a. m. ' MornIn g Wor,lltp
7: 30 p. m. ' Sunday !E ventn9' .
Service
7 : 30 p. m. Wedne,day EvenIng
service
5:30 P.rn. Sunday Sr . Youth
Recreation
6:30 P.m. Sunday Sr . YOuth
Services
This Church Page Is Sponsored For You Through The Courtesy Of The Following Area Merchants
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DE.' Il S
Mrs. Grace Surface age 56
of Rural Route 2, Waynesville,
died Monday in Traverse City,
Michigan. Arrangements are
pending at St ubbs-Conner F u-
neral Home.
Nixon Talks Hoped by
Centerville Reporter
Reports by a correspondent
for Centerville High School's ra-
dio station WCWT-FM who
successfully waged a battle with
party red tape to obtain press
credentials for this week's Re-
publican National Convention in
Miami, may include a personal
interview with President Richard
M. Nixon.
Bill Thacker , 268 Elmwood
Dc, received his proper creden-
tials for the GOP conclave from
Robert M. Menaugh, superinten-
dent of the U. S. House of
Representatives Radio and Tele-
vision Gallery after being told
originally that no passes would
be issued to any high school
stations.
Bill and fellow senior Phil
McFadden, ISO Gracewood Dr.,
drove to Florida earlier this
month armed with letters of
recommendation from several
city, federal and party officials
and received the credentials from
Mr. Menaugh.
Now the two have received
clearance from the Secret Service
and are working out details of a
private meeting with the Presi-
dent.
"It's not as hard as it seems
to get 'an interview with
President," said Bili, who serves
as the news director and assis-
tant manager for WCWf-FM,
"But all the red tape we cut
through drove us up the wall."
Bill and Phil will cover the
convention gathering locally-or-
iented interviews for WING and
will put together a documentary
to be aired by their own station
sometime in September.
Expansion of Psychological
Services in County Schools
During the 1972-73 school
year, psychological services in
the six local school districts in
the county are being provided
by three school psychologists,
fully-certified in child study. as
well as an Intern who is re-
ceiving his advanced training in
psychology.
All of the psychologists have
had wide experiences with life
situations of work and family
relations with special concentra-
tion on school age children from
five to twenty-one years of age.
Joining Mr . H. Joe Smallwood,
August 30, 1972'
-
who is in his fourth year as
supervising psychologist , and Mrs.
Nancy Wenker , who is in her
second year with the county
schools, are Mr. Thomas Kotter,
recently from the Clermont
County psychological staff, and
Mr. Dale Kessler , who has been
an Elementary Counselor in the
Dayton Schools and is serving
his psychology internship with
the local schools through the
cooperation of the University of
Dayton.
Basic responsibility has been
assigned as follows :
Mr . Smallwood is concen-
trating his efforts in the Carlisle
and Clea.rcreek Local Schools in
addition to general supervision
and other duties.
Mrs. Wenker is particularly
responsible for psychological ser-
vices in the Mason and Deerfield-
Union Local Schools.
Mr. Kotter is providing ser-
vices for the Little Miami and
Wayne Local Schools.
Mr . Kessler is training furhter
with each of the above psycho-
logists and then will be assigned
to particular buildings during the
'second semester.
It is expected that the in-
creased psychological staff will
permit more concentration of

chers, parents, commumty agen-
des, . and other specialists as
needed.
Several school districts are
considering a parent orientation
night early in September at which
time school psychologist and o-
ther child specialists in the par-
ticular local school will explain
further their functioning so that
parents will be more aware of
services provided and can take
advantage of these services if
the need should arise. An at-
tempt will be made to provide
an excellent, current film in
color . concerning primary ' age
'children in actual school situa-
tions.
As planned, the program will
be directed to parents or' child-
ren in kindergarten and first
grade, but other interested per-
sons are most welcome to attend.
STUBBS-CONNER
fUIERAl HOME
24 Hour Ambulance Service
STEVE CONNER - DIRECTOR
.897-5966 ..
185 N. Main, w"'vn ,,uille
August 30, 1972
t WANTADS'
HAVE SELL POWER
:R:)RSAl.,E
SPEED QUEEN wringer washer
$204 man rubber life raft $55
$40 sports coats for $6 . gained
weight and can't wear wize 36R
pants 3031 . wash & wear girl's
and boyLs snow suites size 3 for
$2.50 . pair of insulated boots
ute 9 $1 . Mens pants 3330
all kinds old 9XJ2 . rugs $3 .50
. no holes Austin Healey Sprite
wmdows, fair shape, $10.00 -
atht door $5 for Sprite - Phone
':i! after 5:00. 341nc
1964 Buick 4 door - fact air -
PB PS - good cond . $275 . '
I gas stove $ 15 8976601 34c2
HEU"WANTED
WANTED Mechanic for school
buses at Wayne Local School
Distri ct. Send application to
Wayne Local School, Box 306,
Waynesvill e, or call 8967031
35c2
YARD SALES
YARD SALE corner of Corwin
Road and Morris Ave. - Furni-
ture, riding mower stereo - tape
recorder dishes and mise items
Sept ember 1st, 2nd , 3rd, and 4th
9 :00 AM till dark 35c1
. WANTED
" ___________ ,. YARD SALE - Fri
WANTED - Shaddow well pump
8975245 before 3 PM and after
8:30 PM 35ctf
'SCOUT NEWS
All Waynesville area Brownie
JUnior, and Cadette Girl Scout
Troops will have registration on
September II, 1972. Registra
tion will be at the United Meth
odist Church (Multi.purpose
room) from 2:30 . 4:30.
All girls must be registered !
This includes girls who registered
last year, girls new to Scouting,
and girls new to the area.
i Gi!ls n'eed not be present to .
register. '
If you are unable to register
your daughter on the above date
and time, please call Helen F.
Gross 8975746 prior to Sept.
22, 1972.
All Waynesville area Girl
Scout Troops. will start regular
meetings the week of September
18,19,20 and 21.
Troop 51 Boy Scouts are
having a garage sale at the COlner
of Fifth & Chapman proceeds
to be used for the advancement -
of the troops
Any manor woman interested
in joining a bowling league may
contact Mrs. Larry Hough at
933-8417.
I Corner of State Route 42 and
73 across from Sohio on Wil -
kerson Lane 35c l
Historical Briefs
About America'. First Food
The mainstay 'of many .
early colonial diets, com was
once made into a porridge
known in different parts of
the country as samp mush
hasty pudding, and
loblolly!
To fertilize fields,
American Indians used to put
a small fish between each
kernel of corn they planted.
Then they tied one forepaw
to the neck of each dog in the
village, to prevent them from
, digging up these "delicious"
soil foods!
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Without modern herbicide
mixtures like' AAtrex and
Princep, corn prowers
wouldn't be able prevent
problem weeds from
competing with their crops.
Fall panicum, cheatgrass and
crabgrass are some of the
more named corn
crop robbers that can now be
chemically controlled!
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The smallest of the more
than 1,000 known varieties of
corn is the diminutive
"golden thumb popcorn
p I ant, " which only grows
about 18 inches high!
RIVE
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Sell-it
Items under '''I. " .. ., Inl ue run
free Ind ..... y ,un up '0 4 ...
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HAN-D jet whirlpool therapy
used 2 times . $ 15 - Baby' s
swing-o-matic with canopy rarely
used-$10897-6921 35
FOR SALE - GE refrigerator
frost free - $50 - 89758 11 35
AKC Poodl es . 2 fema les and
one male. Females both bla.ck,
male brown - $60 each - caU
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BOAT 19' Penn Yan . 75 HP
Evinrude motor - trailer - full
covers, carpeted, all equipt, extra
props - exceptional condition
$975 firm - 897-5 245 before
3PM & after g:30 PM 35
1967 Dodge RT - 440 MAGmo-
tor . 4 speed - power steering
power brakes - new tires with
mags price $950 - Middletown
424-3009
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RUBBER RAFT - 2 man - air
pump- aluminum paddles - needs
a pat ch - $10 89 7-271 2
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FOR SALE . 5 acre home site
with nice view I miles north
of Waynesville - 325 ft road
frontage $10,000 Phone 897
2786. 34
GOOD May tag wringer washer
Nice gold and gray chrome table
and 4 chairs 8972128.
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I pair hitops . 1 pair low . $4
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Needed
Training on bulldoze .. , pen" roere
pers, etc offered by e
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Or Write
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A complete selection that
will please every Brid'e,
yet the prices are moderate.
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Your name and address should accompany your ad for our files .
It does not need to be published.
DINETTE se t - Formica table
"6 . chairs - 3 yrs old - $60 -
897-2640
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HUFFY Riding mower 7 HP
electric start . $ 175 - Ph . 897-
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FOR SALE - Fender preCISion
Bass with hard sheU case . $1 50
Call 897-592 1 - 8 am to 5 pm -
8974056 evenings ask for Cliff
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1965 PONTIAC GTO . 389 eng
Hurst 4 speed positraction rear
end - mag wheels asking $50'0 ,.
will accept trail bike in trade for
part of payment - 89741 34
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1961 VOLKSW AGON with new
rebuilt engine - 2 new tires car
HOUSE FOR SALE on Church
St - 3 bedrooms - large living
; room - dining room and kitchen
large snack bar . birch cabinet
wall to wall carpet and one
car garage - one large lot $'24000
Call 897-4583
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1965 GTO - 4 spd - dark blue
black interior - bucket seats .
good condition - 4 new tires
with mag wheels - only $750
Call from 8 :00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
897-5016 ask for Milo Moore
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FREE PUPPIES 4th house on
left on Haines Rd off Ferry Rd.
8852192 31;
PRINTER'S type drawers $5.00
each 8972636. 31"
in. good condition . was $325 1950 OLDS - set up for drags _
WIll sell for $250 897-6436 32 asking $500 : 89l-7207 30
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Reacting to recent exposes
concerning harmful effects of
various pesticides on animal life
and the ecosystem, the possible
damage to babies from unus-
ually high quantities of nitrat es
in their foodstuffs - a result of
the application of high quantities
of chemi cal fertilizer s - and the
known toxic effect s o f some
food pr eservati ves , many people
have " di scovered" and become
devotees of organi c gardening.
Gardening organi cally is to grow
produce without the aid of harm-
ful pesticides or chemi cal fer-
tili zers. Harmful insects are
controll ed by their natural ene-
mies or with natural repell ant s.
As example Chrysanthemums
grown among ga rden plants re-
pel certain vegetabl e eat ing bugs:
ladybug beetles are imported as
are ot her "good" predatory in-
sects like the praying mant is .
and various specie of wasps. The
soil is enriched with manure , leaf
mold , or other organic material s
but never chemical fertilizers.
Most practitioners of the or-
ganic method of gardening swea
by their methods and can offer
al\ kinds of evidence in sup-
port of the organic way. But in
the Spring 1972,"Yale Review"
Dr. Arthur Galston, professor of
biology at Yale University states
that , disregarding pesticide resi-
dues, scientific tests have shown
. no difference between plants
grown organically and plants
grown in synthetic chemical so-
lutions. Why then such devo-
tion to the organic method by so
many? I talked to a few
people about this and visited
the garden of an organic gar-
dener.
Ralph Crockett prepares the
soil for his large garden with
manure , woodchips, and com-
post making it very dark, rich,
and spongy . The vegetables he
grows in this organic mixture
range from beets to celery to
califlower and many others.
Ralph pulled a cabbage , cleaned
away a few leaves and asked
how many I'd use . My answer
should have bet:n "half'. This
cabbage measured thirteen in-
ches across. weighed seventeen
pounds. and it was no major
exception. The beets were al-
most as big as the cabbage. the
cali flower was in big heads nine
inches across. and the numerous
other frUIts and vegetables were
equally outstanding. There are
ga rdeners around though who
will bost of ; rea ter yields than
this using inorganic fertili ze rs
so. on the basis of productivit y
and nutritive value o f the pm-
duct , the source of the chemi-
cals probably makes littl e dif-
ference as IS maintained by Dr .
Galston.
I didn'( make that ca noe trip
that I sa id I would describe,
but. If you would like to \loal
the Little Miami in a canoe , you
can do so free . Any Monday
through Thursday you can get
free a canoe from Morgan's Fort
Ancient Canoe Rental plus trans-
portation up stream. All you
have to do IS fill two burlap
bags with litter from the river
banks and turn it in with the
canoe at your journey's end.
This way you can enjoy Ohio's
first scenic river and be are-
r_esponsible user.
This time of year you can
really tell who the happy bicy-
clers are - by the bugs on
their teeth , of course. The bugs
are quite plentiful in the eve-
nings so if you are traveling any
distance on a bicycle goggles are
in order. More about bicycling
next week.
The Board Meets
The Wayne Local Board of
Education transacted the follow-
ing it ems of business in Regular
Session August 22nd .
The Minutes of the previous
meeting and Monthly Financial
report were approved as presen-
ted by the clerk.
The board authorized Mr. Carl
Booher to proceed with the erec-
tion of a fence on the south
property line of the elementary
playground. (The fence will be
installed with volunteer labor .)
Proposed of Com-
munity Education and High i
School Continuation Programs
.viii be funded by the board of
education up to $1500 until
fees from the public and funds
from the state are received.
The Athletic Director's sup-
plemental salary was discussed
and approved.
The following teachers were
approved for the 1972-73 term:
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Elementary: Mary Hat field,
Ernie Ferguson. Junior High
School : Gale Gerard. High
School: Terry Wallace, Mit chell
Smith, T. M. Barnhiser.
New teachers employed for
the school system include :
Elementary school: David Nims,
Vocal Music;Mrs. Sarah Doering,
Guidance & Counselor . High
School : Connier Hooper, Girls
Physical Educatiol1l; Mrs. Twyl-
lah Taylor , Intensive .Office Ex-
perience; Arthur D. Fields, Eng-
lish.
Maternity leave was granted
to Nancy Young, Primary EMR
instructor. Mrs. Judy Ingram.
EM R Instructor. will replace
Mrs. Young until she is able to
return to duty.
The board also approved the
Revised Free Lunch Policy to
comply with new guidelines set
down by the State Department
The board will place a 3 mill
renewal levy on t!he ballot this
Nov. The clerk was directed to
make the necessary arrangements
and proceed accordingly.
MONDAY, SEPT. 4 & TUESDAY, SEPT. 5
'1HE NIGHT OF THE UViNG DEAD"
AND
"CHROME'IAND HOT LEATHER"
Nancy Martino is shown admiring a gift she recetved at .
away party. She was honored at the Town Square Restaurant on
Friday of last week. She received many beautiful gifts for the.
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occasion.
Mrs. Nancy Martino was
honored at a farewell party on
Friday of last week at the Town
Square Restaurant.
The Martino family left on
Tuesday to make their home in
California.
On hand to bid her farewell
were Joan Burke, Dorothy
Gompf, Rita Elder. Ruth Esther
Compton, Jean NeO-, Millie
Kraus, Doris Conner, Kathy
Cranmer, Adah Andres, Mary
Lou Hussey. Margie Watkins,
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Thelma Hatfield, Linda Morgap, -
Sally Lander, Judy Kronenberger,
Smallwood, Carol
. ing, Doris Stanley, Gla4Ys
Doggett , Thelma B. Elzey,
Mickey Richards, Margaret Anne
Chapman, Betty ' ..:
Lydia Estoye, Sharon Estoye,
Claire Dunkin, Barbara Irons,
Gladys Kleski, Mary Bellii'lI!'n,
. Wendy Martino, Dianne..MattiDo,
and the honored guest Naney
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September 6, 1972 - Waynesville, ohio
W'AYNE LOCAL SCHOOL OPENS
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-:' Ieft ;When asked if he was glad school was. starting., his comment. was, "Yes,
'Cause I ,8 new hmch -box". Randall Brown, 5 years old, entered kindergarten and' he was also
The boys are the sons of Mr. & Mrs. Gerald Freeman and Mr. Mrs. Robert Brown.
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Approximately 1600 students
returned to classes at Wayne
Local School on Tuesday morn
ing.
There are approximately 750
students in the elementary grades
for the coming year.
there was mixed reaction
from the Mothers as well as the
students.
Most of the children were
glad the day had finaUy arrived.
Some oftheir comments were,
"Yes, I'm glad for it will give
me something to do". Somr.
commented, no they werer: t
glad. Most of the student.; in
Mrs. Luti Irelan's cia:;,; were
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students and their parents were caught on
camera returning to their classes at Wayne Local School.
looking forward to it. . and di smiss at 2:20 p.m.
The teachers were all on The school buses will operate
hand to greet mothers, fathers , on approximately the same time
and their children. schedule as last year.
Principal Byron Ames was All sixth grade children will
busy telling students where their be on the same schedule as
rooms were. Junior High and High School.
Everything seemed to be un Therefore, it will be necessary
der control for it being the for sixth grade children to ride .
first day. the High School bus schedule.
For the first time this year, Parents are requested to call
the students in kindergarten are the school if they have any
being transported to classes and questions concerning the bus
back home. time schedule;.
The buildings all ' have been Lunch rooms will -be in oper
thoroughly cleaned and exten \ition September 5th with lunch
sin painting and minor repairs charges for grades one through
have been completed. three, 35 cents; grades four
The school year opened with through six, 40 cents; and grades
a general teachers meeting at seven through twelve, 45 cents.
9 :00 a .m. on Friday, September ' New programs and courses
the I sl. will include elementary art edu-
Elementary school will begin .cation, expanded music program
at 8:45 a.m. and dismiss at for the Junior High School and
3:30 p.m. a guidance and counseling pro
High School and Junior High . gram for Junior High and upper
School will begin at 7:50 a.m. "elementary.
AMBULANCE BEGINS
OPERATION FRIDAY
The Wayne Towllship Volun
teer Fire Department will have
their new ambulance in operation
Friday, September the 8th, at
5:00 PM.
The vehicle will be strict Iy
roo on an emergency basis and
aU other calls will be directed to
the Stubbs.{:onner Funeral Home
as before.
You may call 897-6006 for
the ambulance.
It will be operated by well
trained people.
Approximately 20 people will
workinl in shifts.
Democrats Plan
The DemocratiC'1loininees for
Warren County offices met with
party leaden at the Warrel)--
County Courthouse Thursday
evenings (August 24th), to dis-
cuss strategy through the re-
maining part of the campaign.
Sheriff Roy Wallace stated
"the slate should take aavail-
Fire Chief Sawyer said this
. was not nearly enough people.
More volunteers are needed
men or women can apply.
The work is strictly volun
teer at the present time but
when the levy takes effect, they
will be paid according to Sawyer.
The ambulance was made pos
sible by Waynesville and Wayne
Township voters.
The cost was approximately
$24,000.
It is housed at the Wayne
Township Fire House on Miami .
Street in Waynesville.
tage of being probably the best
slate of candidates presented to
Warren County by either party.
We must take every step to have
the people know who we are".
Otis D. Cook, the
for treasurer, felt Warren County' .:.
voters ar.e looking seriollsly at ' :
the whole slate,
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P. O. BOX 71. WAYNESVILLE PHONE 19NI921
Editor
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.fhe MIAMI GAZETTE
,September 6,1-972; .
"DON'T KILL A
Safety concerned individuals 'Various participating organizations in the September, "Don't
Kill A Kid Month," proclaimed by Governor John J. Gilligan, pose in front of a billboard located at the
Ohio State F;airgrounds in Columbus . . Left to right: Mr. Hanford L. Combs, representing Martin W.
Essex, head of the Ohio Department of Education; Colonel Robert M. Chiaramonte, Superintendent,
Ohio State Highway Patrol ; Mx. Jean Werts, Chairman, Women's Division, Governor's Traffic Safety
Committee; Douglas N. Avery, Executive Vice-President, Ohio Association of Insurance Agents, Inc.
, and Eugene P. O'Grady, Director, Ohio Department of Highway Safety. . .
Eugene P. O'Grady, Ohio
. Highway Safety Director , today .
announced that Governor John
J. Gilligan has proclaimed Sep-
tember, as "Don't Kill A Kid
Month" In Ohio. Director
O'Grady stated that during 1971
alone. 548 school-age youngsters
were killed iin traffic-rehttecl
accidents,and that through June,
1972, there have been 264 fata-
lities in this age group. He
noted that last year's fi-
,gures include 94 youngsters b3-
tween the ages of five and nine.
A massive volunteer campaign '
has been launched to reduce
school area accidents through
the cooperation of the Depart-
ment of Highway Safety, the
'Ohio Department of Education, .
the Governor's Traffic Safety
,Committee, the State Highway
Patrol, the Ohio Broadcasters
Public Service Foundation and
the ,Ohio Association of Insu-
rance Agents_
O'Grady said that, nationally,
apprOximately 4,000 children
five through 14 years old died
in 1971 traffic accidents. These
dents . whose rate is twice that
of all pupils. Children in grades
four through 6 had fewest acci-
dents, substantially outshining
their high school counterparts
as well as youngsters.
With school bells ringing
.again, O'Grady cautioned moto-
. rists to .be particularly careful
. \ near schools and playgrounds.
He noted that inclement
weather not only created addi-. ;
tional driving hazards for the
motorists, but may encourage
youths to skip normal safety
preca utions.
"A child is more likely to
dart between cars in the rain to
escape discomfort, and his foot-
ing is reduced as well . When
. a motorist observes an active
group of youngsters, he should
' be anticipating that one child
might suddenly enter the street.
A stray ball or pet is often
followed by s11J311 children,"
O'Grady concluded.
'bumper stickers, window posters
and other related promotional
materials.
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Dear Editor;
As a former resident of
Waynesville, I receive your paper
and wish to comment on the
new addition of a column by
Richard Workman. I find it to
be enjoyable as well as educa-
tional and welcome the oppor-
tunity to learn about 'an area in
which I have lived .
You should be commended
for having such an interesting,
well-written column that should
prove to be of value to your
readers.
. Mrs. Gary W. Richter
Santa Monica. California

Georgetown, Kentucky
- ' :tragedies accounted for nearly
In conjunction with the cam-
paign, O'Grady stated, the Ohio
of Insurance Agents,
who originated the campaign
under the direction of Joe R.
I Roby, Mansfield, President,. have
.!made available public service
Ralph Purdue, Son of Mr.
& Mrs. Ralph Purdue, Sr., Way-
Ohio, has been named
to the 1972 Georgetown College
Tiger football tearn, according to
Head Football Coach Lester
Craft.
-i25 per cent of the entire death
- toU in this age group.
The moslt aCCident-prone
schoo lagers aff: kindergarten stu-
newspaper advertisements; radio
:and television announcements;
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The D & 0 Market opened
here Thursday at the corner of
Main and Maple Streets. Mr.
Don Hockett of near Waynesville
and Mr. Donald Ross of R.R. I,
Oregonia, are the proprietors.
Store hours will be 8 :00 AM to
6:00 PM except Friday which
will be to 9 :00 PM, closed on
Sundays and Holidays. Mr .
Hockett is the owner of Don's
Market in Waynesville, and they
have four children Arnold,
Donna, Jerry and Roby. The
Ross's have three childr!'n
Timmy, Tony and Tammy.
Mrs. David Billing and daugh
ters Martha and Peggy of Center-
ville were Sunday guests of Mr.
& Mrs. Thomas Haendel.
Sunday guests of Mr. & Mrs.
Lewis Hoagland and family were
Mr. & Mrs. Dave Martin and
family of Dayton, Mr. & Mrs.
Joe Mannin and daughter and
Mrs. Charlotte Maloney of Van-
dalia.
Mrs. Charles Beck, Mrs. Made-
line Brown, Alice Simpson and
. Elaine Beck recentlv attended
Waynesville
Brand new Mediteranean Style
home in the country. Living
room with beamed ceiling and
fireplace , sunken dining room.,
family room, 3 bedrooms, 2
baths, 2 car garage. Pick your
own carpet colors. , On a !arl!e
lot with more acreage available.
Call Wanda Chattin 897-4736.
Only 4 years old - in tiP-lOP
condition. Large lot - (enced
back yard . air conditioned - 3
large bedrooms - eqUipped kit-
chen - full basement - carpeted.
Price reduced. Call Wanda Chat-
tin 8974736 for appointment.
PAT SlBCY REALTY
127 E. Silver St.
Lebanon, Ohio
933-4055
the Paul Dixon Show.
Mr . & Mrs. Everett LeForge
of Wilmington and Mr. & Mrs.
Owen McCarren enjoyed a cook-
out at home of Mr. & Mrs.
Walter McCarren Sunday evening.
Mr. & Mrs. Fred Day of near
Clarksville spent Friday evening
with his brother Mr. & Mrs.
Scott Day of near town.
Mrs. William(Shirley) Thomp-
son is in Lexington, Kentucky,
visiting her Grandmother who is
seriously ill.
Mr. & Mrs. Thomas Haendel
The MIAMI .
and sons Jeff and Tommy spent
Thursday at Kings Island.
Mr. & Mrs. Clint Taylor at-
tended a Bowman family get
tu-gether at the home of her
sister Mrs. Stella Florea of Blan-
chester. Other guests were Mr.
& Mrs. Fred Wolfe and Dora
Mae of Lebanon, Nlr. & Mrs.
Harold Wolfe of Roadchester,
Mr. & Mrs. Wayne Florea, Henry
Florea and two sons of Blan- '
chester, Mr. & Mrs. Lewis Bow-
man of Near Fayetteville and
Mr. & Mrs. Willard Tavlor of
near Xenia.
Mr. & Mrs. Lloyd Ault of
Columbus, Indiana are visiting
their son Bill Thompson.
Mr. Mike McCarren spent the
weekend with his aunt and uncle
Mr. & Mrs. Everett LeForge and '
family of Wilmington.
Henry Huddleson (Hank) re-
turned home Tuesday from '
Clinton Memorial Hospital where
he had been a patient for several ,
weeks.
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ArtiSt Of
The artist for the month -of
at Mary L. Cook
' Library, Waynesville, is
Thelma Smith, Yankee Roiili
l
Centerville. Mrs. Smith has stu-
died with Gene Woods, Miamis-
burg Art Gallery. She is a
member of the Miamisburg Art
Gallery. Her paintings are exe-
cuted in oils although she does
work with charcoal and pastels.
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19.72;' The MIAMI 'GAZETTE .,
':- 'R"';'E";;;'" P""U-B-"L';;"'I ' 'C- .. -P-I ..... 'C'-N-I C----------was today named Warren County
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Chairman for the Ohio Com-
EMBER 10th mittee to Re-elect the President
by Charles D. Russ , Campaign
Director .
totheir registration and getting
them to the polls on November
7th. President Nixon carried
Warren County in 1968, and Mr.
Marshall intends tu give the Pre-
sident an even larger margin this
fall.
the Lebanon Chamber of Com-
' merce. He is also a member of .
the Ohio State Alumni Associa-
tion and Development Fund.
From left at the Perry home, Chairman, Frank Perry; Vice
Chairman, Maynard Hagemeyer; Chairwoman, Stella Hagemeyer;
and George Terwilleger , Campaign make plans for
Sunday, September) 0, Mill View Park picnic.
The third Annual Warren ladies from each GOP Club will '
County Republican picnic will make up the food committee;
be held Sunday, September 10, John Engel and Don Workman
at Mill View Park, Route 42, is in charge of platform arrange
Waynesville. Registration will . ments and speakers seating.
begin at 2:00 p.m. Dinner will . Franklin D. Perry, Executive
be served from 4:00 to 6:00 p.m. Chairman will present county
The program will begin at 6:30 candidates and Republican Com-
p.m. Guests are to bring a mitteemen. Stella Hagemeyer,
covered dish and table service; ' GOP Chairwoman will present ,
chicken and beverages will be GOP Club Presidents, Lady GOP
furnished. VIP's and Picnic Committee.
Picnic Coordinator, Stella A candidates parade is being
Hagemeyer announced Wednes- organized and some suprises are
day, that 6th District Congress being planned.
man William Harsha would be in addition CHARLIE GooD-
the featured speaker . Other TIME will be on hand with prizes
honored guests will be former and entertainment for the little
Governor James Rhoads, Lt. ones.
Governor John Brown, Repre. Tickets which have been
William . . widely . . Will be
Warren County Candidates ana lected at the gate. Please have
State Judicial . your name and address on the
Master of C.eremomes will be. back for gate prizes. There will
Judge P. Damel Fedders; Rus- be a $1.00 donation for adults;
sell Kilburn, Route 2, Morrow . children under 12 are free.
is in charge of tickets; two
Ohio Committee To Rs-elect The President
Jack Marshall and Alice Fred confer on various aspects of the
campaign to re-elect the President.
Another woman is joining the 'to-people campaign which WIll
efforts of the Ohio Committee I assure a Nixon victory in No-
to Re-elect the President. Alice vember. .-
L. Fred of Lebano-n was today Mrs. Fred comes to her new
named Warren County Manager position with a great deal of
'by Ohio Campaign Director campaign experience. She has
Charles D. Ross. worked on a number of state
In this key position, Mrs. legislative races and has attended
Fred will supervise the day-to- . campaign seminars'in Washington
day operat,iQns at the Warren D. C. and Purdue University
County Nixon Headquarters. She is also an Advisor for the
Directly responsible for the com- Warren County Park District
plt:tion of the campaign plan Camp.
which calls for extensive grass Mrs. Fred and her husband re-
roots activity, Mrs. Fred will side in Lebanon.
generate and enthusiasm A Lebanon Attorney will
Mr. Marshall will provide the
basic direction for the Warren
County Campaign. He wil l work
with all citizen's groups in iden-
tifying Nixon supporters, seeing '
A member of the Ohio and
Amer ican Bar Associations, Mr.
Marshall is a past ident of
Marshall . his wife, and four
children reside at R.R. J, Leba-
non.
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WAYNESVILLE
Church of Christ
Thi r d & M lam, Streets
Charle\ P ike,
1 0 : 00 d. m. - SunoJ I Mornln' g
6 - 30 p,m, . Sund E veni n g
6 : :-'0 P. m. we ar oa', Ev e n i ng
Phone 89 7 44 G2 1(, I n f o r mation
First Baptist Church \.
Nonn Ma i n
JOr" n p . O\ oor ne, Pastor "
1 0 - 00 d , m , Sunday SCh OOl
11 00 a. m, . Morning Won,h l p
6 . 30 p,m. Training Un to n
7 ) 0 p, m .. E .... enlng WOq,hlP
7 : )0 P. m , - Wednesday Pfd y e r
Meellng
(Aff dl dtcd w ith So uthern Sap-
Conve n ti o n) .
First Church of Christ
H'gh St r ee t 89/ 4 78 6
Bible School 9 : 00 A.M.
Wo r sh,p 10: 00 A.M .
Even,ng . 7:00 P.M .
Friends Meetinq
Fau rt h Stree t near High
9 : 30 a. m.' Sunda y SchOOl
10: 45 a.m.' Sunday Meetong for
Wonhlp (unpf ogra med)
St. Augustine Church
H i g h St ree t
Rev . J o seph H. Lutmer, Past or
7 a. m. & II a. m . .
8 . 01. & 6 p. m. ' HOly Days
7: 30 p. m. ' Forst Fr i day
7: 45 a.m. ' Daoly Mass
5: 3 0 p. "!' .. Satur day Mass
St. Mary's Episcopal
Church
Th ir d & Mam Street s
Rev. Harold Deeth. Rector
11 : 15 a.m .. Morning ;>'ayer
1st . 3rd & 5th Sundays;
HOl y Co mmun ion 2nd & 4th
Su n da ys
United Methodist
Church
Third & North Streets
L . Young. M ini ster
9 : 00 a.m . . ChurCh SChOOl
10:15 a. m.' Church st Wo"h, p
6 : 00 p. m . . Jr. & Sr . YOuth
Fellowshi p
Tilt! Full Gospel Tabernacle
R . 3 . Ferry Rd.
Rev. Sherman COOk. Pastor
10: 30 a. m .. Sunday School
7 : 00 p.m . . SUhday Eve. Service
7 : 30 p.'Tl . wednesday Eve.
Service
7 : 30 p. m . . Sat. Eve. Serv ice
First Church of God
49 S. Ma'n !';Ireet
Carl A . Plerce -
9 : 30 a. m . . Sunday SchOOl
10: 30 a. m . . Morning Worsh l r
6 : 30 p . m . Youth Fellow.hlp
1:00 p. m . . SundaY evenong
7 : 00 o.m . . Wednesday evening
CORWIN
Pentecostal Holiness
Church
Walter L umbo Pastor
10: UO a.m.' Sunday
7 : 30 p. m . . Sunday. Wednesday
and Saturd.y Evening
Worship Services
7 : 30 p.m . . Wednesday Youth
Sf' f VICe
MT. HOLLY
United Methodist
Church
Rev . Leonat d Ba)(ler
9 : 30 a. m . . Sunday SchOOl
II : 00 a. m . . Sunday Worsh,p
Service
7: 30 p. rn . . Wednesday . Prayer
Ser vice
HARVEYSBURG
Friendship Baptist
Church
Southern Baotul Convent ion
James Brown. Pastor
9 : 30 a. m . . Sunday SchOOl
10: 30 a. m. ' Sunday Mornmg
WOr \h,p
7: 30 P. m . . Sunday Evening
Service
7: 30 p. m . . Wednesday M i dweek
Pra yer an d B,ble Study
Jonahs Run Baptist
Church .
O h,O 73 East
10: 00 a.m . . Sunday School
10: 00 & II : O(). a.m. Sunday
Worsht p Service
7:30 p.m. Sunday Even ,ng
WorShip
United Methodist
Church
DaVid Harper , Pastor
9 : 30 a.m . . Sunday Churc h
Service
10: 30a.m. Sunday School
II : 00 ' . m . Sunday Wor Sh,p
Service
Youth Fellowsnl p anc Bibl e
Study
Harveysburg Full Gospel
Church
E. South St,eet
Rev . Jack Hamilt o n, Pal)t c'
7 ' 3 0 p. m TueSda y
7 : 30 p . .n, . F, 10 dY . Y Oli " t.:'I
People's Sef Vice
10: 00 a , Ill . Sun Od Y Scno o
7 : 00 p, m. - Suno ay Even l" "
SPRING VALLEY
United Methodist
Church
Walnut V ' nt!
Robert R . Mefedl th, Pauo r
9 : 30 a. m . . Sunday SCho-. 1
lO: JOa. m. Mo,ntngWorSllip
6 : 30 p. m. ' Youth Fellowsh,p
Jr . H'gh & Sr. H'gh
7 : 4 5 P. m, . Wed,lesday
Rehearsal
Spring Valley Church
of Christ
Glady Street
10: 00 a. m . . Morning Worship
7 : 00 p. m .. E ven i ng Worship
6: 00 P. m . . Wednesday Even ong
WorshI p
Spring Valley
Friends Church
Mound Street
E. Friend Couser , Pastor
9 : 30 a.m . . Sunday SChoOl
10: 30 a. m. ' Morning Worohip
Christian Baptist Mission
Main Street
Mrl. LOi s Dunaway. Pastor
lOa. m . . Suncuy School
11 a. m . Morning Worlhlp
7 : 30 p.m .. Even i ng Worship
7 : 30 p.m . . Prayer Meeting
Wednesday & Thursday
7: 30 p. m. - Song-felt . ust
Saturday each month.
The MIAMI GAZEJTE.
DODDS
Free Pentecostal Church
of God
R. R. 122 DOdds. Oh,o
Paltor. James Coif man
10: 30 a. m. Sunday School
7: 00 1'. m .. Sunday Evan<}I!lIst i c
Service
7: 30 p.m .. Wetln .. day p,.ayer
..
LYTLE
United Methodist
Church
John K. Smith. M i n ist er
9 : 30 a. m . . Sunda"" SchOol
10: 30 a. m . . Sunday War sh, p
Service
8:00 9 : 00 p.m.' Wednesday
Even,ng. B , b le Study
CENTERVILLE
The Centerville First
Pentecostal Church
17 3 E. Franklon Street
Ray N o rvell, Past o r
Gene Bi c knell . A ss't.
a. m.' S unday
7 : 00 p. m . . Su nday f ve il III "
7: ) 0 p. m . . We dnesda y tr V1.' 1l 1111j
GENNTOWN
Genntown United! Church
Of Christ
R0ute -1 2 at Gcn"t o wl\
qcl y St ll r !''lCOr , P,lSl tl i
9 . JO .1 rn .. W u r p Scr v ILl!
! Q . 30 SlIndJY ( 1'11 ' (11 5(1't1 Ul
t.J 00 p . 1l 1. S\.lfldJY YOu t ll
FCIIOW\t1IP
FERRY
Ferry Church of Christ
Wilmington Pike &
SoC,al Row Road
Bus Wise man. Minist er
6:00 a. m. Early Worship Service
9 : 15 a.m. Blbte School
10:15 a.m. Morning Worship Service
10: 15 a. m. Sunday Youth Worship
6 :00 p.m. YOlJth Meeting
1 : 00 p.m. Evening Servi ce
7:30 p.m. Wednesday MoIdweek
Prayer and Blbte Study
RIDGEVILLE
Ridgeville Community
Church
51. RI. 48 & Lower
Spfingboro Road
Ray L. Shelton. Past er
9 : 30 a. m .. Sunday Sc hool
10: 45 a.m . . Morning WorshIp
7: 30 P. m . Sunday Evening .
Service
7 : 30 p. m . Wednesday Evening
service
5 : 30 PorT\, Sunday Sr . Youth
Recreation
6 : 30 p.m. ' Sunday Sr . Youth
Service.
This Church Page Is Sponsored For You ThroughThe Courtesy Of Tile Following Area Merchants
WAYNESVILLE NATIONAL BANK ELLIS SUPER VALU
WAYNESVILLE, OHIO WAYNESVILLE, OHIO
MIAMI OUETTE
September 6; 1972
., .
D I. T itS
Grace Surface, age 56, of
Lower Springboro Road, Way
nesville, died Monday, August
28, at Mupson Hospital , Traverse
City , Michigan. She- was a memo
ber of the First Church of God
of Waynesville, very act ive with
the building of their new church.
She was a member of Gideon
Bible Ministry. She is survived
by her husband, Harvey Edward,
her mother Effie Carter of Ken-
tucky, one brother Elmer who
made his home with the family ,
3 half sisters and 2 half brothers
all of Kentucky.
Funeral Services were at 2 PM
Friday at the Stubbs.conner
funeral Home, Waynesville.
Rev. Carl Pierce officiated inter
ment at Miami Cemetery , Corwin.
Ohio.
Daniel B. age 25, of
R.R. I, Waynesville, died Mon
day at Kettering Memorial Hos-
pital from injuries sustained in an
automobile accident Saturday
morning. He was a 1966 gra-
dUate of Waynesville High School
and an Army veteran. He was
employed at the H&B Asphalt
Company of Dayton. Survived
by his father, David Bryant of
Waynesville, 3 sisters, I step-
sist er. 2 brothers. and several
aunts and uncles.
Funeral services were at 2:00
p.m .. Tuesday . at the Stubbs-
Conner Funeral Home. Waynes-
ville. Rev. L.L. Young offi-
ciated int erment Miami Ceme
tery.
Births
S. Sgt. & Mrs. Pat Darwin Caudill
are the proud parents of a baby
boy, Pat Darwin Caudill , Jr.
He was born August 23 and
weighed 8 Ibs. II ozs. He h.as
one sister, Michelle. The grand-
parents are Mr. & Mrs. Pat Caudill
of Route 3, Waynesville, and
C. M. Sgt. & Mrs. Allen O. Gehris
of Richards Gabour Air Force
Base , Missouri.
Mr. & Mr s. Richard B. Sandys
are proudly announcing the ar
rival of a son, Erik Morris
Sandys, born at St. Lukes Hos-
pital in Toledo, Ohio. The
young man was born on August
17 at 7:21 a.m. He weighed in
at 71b. II oz., height 21 inches.
The proud grandparents are Mrs.
Kathryn Fulkerson of Waynes
ville and Mr. & Mrs. Richard L.
Sandys of Toledo.
ATTENTION STUDENTS WANTED
Mary Alice Prendergast wishes to announce the opening of a
music studio the 3rd week in September. She will teach voice
and give piano lessons. Children and adults are welcome.
For further details c0ntact her at 897-5559
THE NELL-
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AGENCY
COMPLETE FAMILY
OR BUSINESS INSURANCE
Ph. 897-4956
23 S. Main Waynesville, O.
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FRIDAY SEPT 15 th
ICE CREAM SOCIAL
HOME MADE
SERVING 6:00 PM
Sandwiches - Cakes - Pies
LYTLE UNITED METHODIST CHURCH
STUBBS-CONNER
FUIERAl HOME
24 Hour Ambulance Service
STEVE CONNER DIRECTOR
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September 6,
po
t WANT ADS'
HAVE SELL POWER
:FQR SALE
SPEED QUEEN wringer washer
$20 - 4 man rubber life raft $55
$40 sports coats for $6 - gained
weight and can't wear wi ze 36R
pants 30-3 1 - wash & wear - girl's
and boyLs ' snow suites size 3 for
$2.50 - pair of insulated boots
size 9 $15 - Mens pants 33-30
all kinds - old 9X 12 rugs $3,50
no holes - Austin Healey Sprite
windows, fair shape , $10,00 -
right door $5 for Sprite - Phone
897-6021 after 5:00, 34 1nc
GARAGE SALES
GARAGE SALE - Rout e 73
6th house East of Route 48
Monday , Sept ember I I th
through Sat urday, September the
16th - 1955 Chevy Wagon -
sweeper - electric range - Gravely
25" riding mower - toys - clothes
and much more - open Monday
through Thursday 4 :00 until
9 :00 - Friday and Saturday 10:00
until 9 :00 36c1
, HELP-WANTED
WANTED Mechanic for school
buses at Wayne Local School
District. Send application to
Wayne Local School , Box 306,
Waynesville , or call 896-7031
35c2
WANTED woman for work in
egg processing plant. 20 to 40
hours weekly Dunham's Hat -
chery. 36c2
RELIABLE girl or woman to
care for handicaped teenage girl.
Split hours or live in - References
required-885-7015 36cl
. WANTED
WANTED -- Shallow well pump
897-5245 before 3 PM and aft er
8 :30 PM 35ctf
Instead of throwing rice, the
ancient Greeks poured flour
over newlyweds.
Part-:time jobs.
/ 1 Full-time fUtures.
Army Reserve.
It pays to go to meetings.
PLANNiNG TO REDECORATE'1
Don't touch your walls
till you see our stunning new
BIRGE MEDALLION
Wallcoveri ng Collection.
Gorgeous new styles and patterns to enhance
every decor, whether Traditional, Modem or
Contemporary. Pre-trlmmed-so easy to hang.
Vinyl coated-so easy to wash. And wait till
you see the prlcesl Hurry, see our Birge
Med . lllon book rlgt'!t away. - .
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The MIAMI GAZETTE
Sell-it
Items under III'" II d ln, .,. run
free .nd INIy run up 10 4 weelll
""te" goneelled, See ad blink Oil
1l1li PI... _
1967 HONDA CB 450 - $400 - I
1962 Honda Dream bored to
350 cc - $3 1 5 - 897-2 143 36
20 REG Duroc hogs - all ages -
897-2 143 36
HAN-D jet whirlpool thera py
used 2 times - $ 15 - Baby' s
swing-o-matic with canopy rarely
used - $10 - 897-6921 35
FOR SALE - GE refrigerator
frost free - $50 - 897-58 11 35
AKC Poodles - 2 femal es and
one male. Females both black,
male brown - $60 each - call
35
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':
BOAT 19' Penn Yan - 75 HP '
Evinrude motor - trailer - full
covers, carpeted, all equipt, extra
props - exceptional condition
$975 firm - 897-5 245 before
3PM & aft er 8:30 PM 35
1967 Dodge RT - 440 MAG-mo-
tor - 4 speed - power steering -
power brakes - new tires with
mags - price $950 - Middletown
424-3009 34
RUBBER RAFT - 2 man - air
pump- aluminum paddles - needs
apatch-$10- 897-27 12 34
FOR SALE - 5 acre home si te
with nice view - I miles north
. of Waynesville - 325 ft road
frontage - $ \0,000 - Pho ne 897-
2786. 34
HEADLIGHTS
HELPFUL ADVICE FOR
THE WOMAN DRIVER
by Kay Nicolette
Women's Service Director
Gulf Oil Corporation
Whether or 1I0t your cal'
call stop 011 a dime (and
chances are it can ' I), a ten -
cent piece can be a vi,tal thing
to have on hand in case your
auto doesn't start. The most
!mportanl tool you can carry
111 your car is a dime to make
illl
", t'
Sell.it
1'111 III h,'I"w Wil li ': "pv ;IS Y"" wlluld likl: to sec it
appl' ;ar III tli l' "SI' II -II " ( "IUIIIII. 1111, 'IIIUIIlII is I'l'sl'rvcd ror
1I 01l -( \I I11I11 CIl/ ;11. prl v, lt,' '1IIdI Vldu;ll , IIIII) . All It l' I11 S must he
pril'cu. Thi S SI'I\' II' I' IS FREF 1'11'111 III,' (.;.I/l' Iil' . No phllllC .:;lIl s.
pIl'J Sl'1 All Jds , Jlku III will III Ihl' CbssJiicd Ads
Jlld will be , il ;lIgl'd 1'1 II w l Ih ls hlall).; Wllh
your Jd 10 thc G;I/l' IIl' "rtI,,'. P. O. BI'" WJ)IIl'svllk. OhiO.
ropy: ________________________________ __
PHONE NUMBER
Your name and address shoutct a(;(;ompany your ad for our files .
It does not need to be publi shed .
DINETTE set - Formi ca table
6 '. chairs - 3 yrs old - $60 -
897-2640
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HUFFY Riding mower - 7 HP
electric start - $ 175 - Ph . 897-
5 12 2
33
FOR SALE Fender precisioll
Bass with hard shell case - $ 1 50
Call 897-592 1 - 8 am to 5 pm -
897-4056 evenings - ask for Cliff
HOUSE FOR SALE on Church
St - 3 bedrooms - large living
room - dining room and kitchen
large snack bar - birch cabinet
wall to wall carpet and one
car garage - one large lot - $'24000
Call 897-4583
32
1965 GTO - 4 spd - dark blue
black interior - bucket seats -
good condition - 4 new tires
with mag wheel s ' only $750
from 8 :00 a.m. to 5 :00 p.m,
897 -5016 ask for Milo Moore
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196 1 VOLKSW AGON with new
rebuilt engine - 2 new tires - car
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1965 PONTI AC GTO - 389 eng
Hurst 4 speed positraction
end - mag wheels - aski ng $500
will accept trail bike in trade for
part of payment 897 -4134
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. in good condition - was $325-
will sell for $250 897-6436 32
FOOTBALL shoes - Nyl on cl eats
I pair hi -tops - I pair low - $4
a pair - gd cond - 933-715 6 or
932-1218
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a telephone call to the nearest
service station. the police 01' a
friend. '
Wheh you need someone
who can either come to your
assistance or can help get as-
sistance to you, it's a good
idea to have taped two or
three dimes to the inside of
your glove compartment door
,so they'll be handy fo r such
, an emergency.
Then, before you go to a
phone, lock your car, making ,
certain there's visiblt'
on the front or rear seats
(skilled thit'ves can bn,ak into
and strip a car in minutt' s ).
Next, make a mental note or
your exact location - name
)f street, part of town, corner
you are at or near, and ap-
,lroximate distance from
prominent Then
get to a phone and call,
For helpful advice on safe
driving and maintenllnce of
your car, write to Gulf Oil
Company - U.S., P.O. Box
1519-TG, HOUlton, Texas
77001, for your free IWpy of
booklet, Talk
;or the 'Y0man Driver, ..
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Are you an ecology-conscious
consumer? You probably are.
Most people d alm to be these
days . And if you are, you
may be wondering exactly how
an ecology-conscious consumer
should eat. First of all you
should know what "ecology"
means. It is a term that is
used so loosely that everyone
has his own defi nit ion for it.
Actually , the name comes frum
"oikos". meaning house, and
" logos" , which is di scourse. E-
cology. then, is the "Study of
our House" , or in a broader
sense, our envi ronment. This
may be the total bi os phere of
the earth , cuntinent , nation , or
it could be Main Str ee t , Way
nesville , and your own back
yard .
In ge nerations past , people
lived in the happy certainty that
the ea rth was infinit e--that there
was enough air , wat er, and soil
for everyone . Today, anyone
who has nown over the haze and
brown clouds of Los Angel es
has begun to wonder about the
air , at least . The contaminated
water from the sewers of big
cities seeps it s greenish-brownish
way far int o our lakes, killing
fish and breeding algae . And if
you're trying to find a quiet
place in the count ry , you soon .
learn that a lot of other people
got there first!
Aft er you have a greater un-
derstanding of Ecology and be-
gin to develop an awareness of
solve some of them. Books have
been written on that subje(;t.
We would like to offer a few
suggestions here which we have '
found rewarding.
I. Become informed. Intro-
ductory reading on environmen-
tal problems : Ecotactics. J. Mit -
chell. New York, Pocket Books.
$.95; The Population Bomb.
P. Ehrli ch. New York. Ballan-
tine. $ .95; The Environmental
Handbook. G. DeBell. New York.
Ballantine. $.95.
2. Keep current. Newsletters
maintaining coverage of envi-
ronmental news :
National News Report (weekly)
Sierra Club
1050 Mills Tower
San Francisco, Caliv. 94104
($12 .00/yr. )
Environmental A(;tion Bulletin
(weekly)
Rodale Inc., Emmaus . Pa.
18049 ($1O.00/yr.)
3. Join groups. Membership
usually entitles you to a news-
letter , and provides an outlet
for immediate action on specific
issues:
Warren County Park District
Box 303, Lebanon, Ohio
LiHle Miami, Inc.
Box 303, Lebanon , Ohio
Zero Population Growth
367 State Street
Los Altos, Calif. 94022
its problems. the next step is to Sierra Club
become involved in helping to 1050 Mills Tower
The MIAMI GAZETTE
4. Write letters. Ele(;ted offi -
cials nearly always res pons. Ad-
dress leiters to your Senator,
Representative. and the Presi-
dent %: Senate Office Building,
Washington, D.C. 205 I 0; House
Office Building, Washington, D.C.
205 15 ; The Whit e House, Wash-
ington , D. C. 20006.
Work in political campaigns.
Support the candidates who are
willing to pass legislation which
protects our natural resources.
5. Inform If you are
informed yourself, you are quali -
fied to inform others. Education
should begin in Kindergarten and
continue for the rest of your
life. Only an enlightened public
can make the right decisions.
SCOUT NEWS
All WayneSVille area Brownie
Junior , and Cadette Girl Scout
Troops will registration on
September 11 , 1972. Registra-
tion will be at the United Meth-
odist Church (MUlti-purpose
room) from 2: 30 - 4: 30.
All girls must be registered !
This includes girls who registered
last year , girls new to Scouting,
and girls new to the area.
Girls need not be present to
register. _
If you are unable to register
your daughter on the above date
and time, please call Helen F.
Gross 897-5746 prior to Sept.
22, 1972.
All Waynes:ville area Girl
Sl:out Troops will start regular
meetings the wt:ek of September
18,19,20 and 21.
Kings Island Open Weekends
In September and October
F
AR M E 0 U I P M E .T_ I
San
Francisco, Calif. 94104
The Kings Iisiand family en-
N-G.ttertainment center, located along
Grain, fertilizer .. stake bodies;
hydraulic hOists; plckup stake
racks, tool boxes, bumpers" tops ...
1-71 north of Cincinnati , has
SALES & SERVICE
Ir,terior & Exterior announced that it will be open
Dry Wall Repair for weekends this fall.
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97 736
,Edward J. McHale, announced
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3260 L Kemper Rd" Cinc.nn,li. 0 45241
513/ 771 -3761
FRANKLIN GOP HOQ
TO OPEN
Franklin. Ohio - Saturday, September 2, 1972 - Mrs. Sam
(Pauline) Steadman, Coordinator of the Warren County
Republican's Franklin Headquarters, 235 South Main Street,
today announced that the Franklin office would open on a full
time basis, Saturday, September 9, 12:00 noon. Office hours will
be 10:00 a.m. to 4 :00 p.m. Monday through Friday.
All county and state candidates have been invited. The public
is urged to come out and meet the candidates. A get-acquainted
hour will follow the opening.
Everyone visiting is urged to register for door prizes.
daily operation on Labor Day
and be open Saturdays and Sun-
days during September and
October.
"Kings Island, however, will
be closed on two Saturdays
during that period," McHale
said. "On September 23, the
Procter and Gambel Co. will
hold a private party, its slimmer
Dividend Day celebration, for
its employees and their families.
On the second date, September
30, employees of General Elec-
tric Company and their families
in the greater Cincinnati area
will have a private GE Best Buy
Day showing. These two firms
have reserved the entire park for
their respective functions."
Other than September 23 and
30, the park will open 10 a.m. on
. Saturdays alnd Sundays until
October 29, weather _ permitting,
he said.
After a - $30 million invest-
ment and two years of construc-
tion, the 1,600 acre Kings Island
entertainment complex opened
this last spring. The center
features a tbeme park, two 18 -
hold golf courses, a 200 site
campground and a 120 unit
motor inn.
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Re-elect The President
The Lebanon headquarters of
the Oh'io Campaign to re-ele(;t
the President will be opened this
Saturday, September 2, accor-
ding to .announcement made to
day by Warren County Manager,
Mrs. Alice Fred. .
Keith McNamara, State Or-
ganizational Director , is expected
to be present for the ribbon
cutting ceremonies. The head-
quarters is located at 1 25 E.
Mulberry Street in Lebanon.
Refreshments will be served
following the opening ceremo-
nies.
The headquarters will also
serve as the Warren County Head-
quarters of the campaign to
Re-elect the President. Head-
quarters will also be opened in
several other citiC;s and towns
throughout the county.
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Mr. & Mrs. Ed Ison and sons,
Jeff and Eddie, drove to Minne-
sota last week, .
Eddie Ison 18 year old son
of the Isons entered Worthington
State College at Worthington,
Minnesota.
They visited the Campus
which is on Lake Okahena.
Ison graduated in the class of
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since people are not in a mood
elect a public official rperely
because he has been . in public I
office for years. "People want
to elect public official_s who I
want to serve the public with:
respect."
AI Hylton, Clerk of Courts,
a disabled army veteran, ex-
plained to the group he will
have some difficulty in the per-
son-to'person campaign, but he
assured the other candidates he
"will be in there the
whole ballgame". . ....
Beverly Moore, candidate for
County Recorder , and Ed law-
son, candidate for County Pro-
secutor, report.!d efforts on re-
gistration have received a large
number of volunteers to seek
voter registration beJ oTe
10th, the last day o( reg!stration.
Robert Turner and Carl Brad-
street, the party for
County Commissioners, stated
that the County Platform should
be ready by September the 15th.
Stan Kolb and Cecil Linkous,
party leaders, reported De-
mocratic Committee is il1 ex-
cellent financial shape and all
members are in gear to put
maximum effort so to receive
total victory this year.
1972 at Way nesville High School.
He played football all row
years In' high sahool.
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Vol.4 No.37
September 13, 1972 - Waynesville, Ohio
:FULKERSON 'PAINTING DONATED.
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TH:-ORNTONS' OPEN CREAM DELIGHT
edward and Roberta 'Qtornton are pictured in front of Cream J;>eUght dairy bar which they opened
on September the 3rd. It is situated on North Street in WaynesVille. It is the newest businc,ss in the
downtown ar.!a.
edward and Roberta Thorn- Thornton started ' work at (,;ommunity and he said every-
. ton have opened the new dairy Marvin's Market and latet when 'body likes ice cream.
bar on North St. in Waynesville. it changed ownership, he con-. He said he feels the cornrnu-
They opened it for business tinued with the present owner . oity is gr9wing. They will con-
on Sunday, September the 3td. Donald Ellis. -'. tinue the operation du,ring the
.. Thornton isn't a ' strumerin He will still be employed at winter months if business is good.
area" He! and wife Roberta and the marketior the present time. They are glad to be a part
-dJlujb.terTina mowd' here twelve Thornton and wife Roberta of the community- .
Bar.eed that we need morebusi- Thev Ollen for bU!iiness at
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Mrs. Kathryn has
donated football painting to
the Waynesville High Scbool ..
Hei late husband, Morris,
painted the picture of University .
of Dayton football players.
tie donated one to the ele-
mentary school, the Friend's
Home, the Waynesville National
Bank, the United Methodist
Church,and paintings are also on
loan at the Mary L. Cook
Library.
The paintings are changed at
the library every so often.
Fulkerson started painting in
1938 and continued until
death.
He and wile K.athryn were
born in Spring Valley.
He started a station in Spring
Valley in 1931.
The Sohio station at the (;or-
ncr of Franklin Road and Main
Street was builtin 1932.
Single Copy lOc
closed on June 29, 1972.
Fulkerson painted abstracts,
and landscapes.
Their daughter , Zana Sandys,
of Toledo has many of father's
paintings hanging in her home.
Mr!. Fulkerson recently be-
came a grandmother for the
first time when daughter Zana
had 2 son Eric Morris Sandys.
The Fulkersons were married
,on August 5, 1933, and have
been well known residents of the
area.
She is a member of the United
Methodist Church. the West
Wayne Advisory Council and
also active in church affairs. Ma-
ny of their good deeds have
went unnoti ced over the years.
Fulkersnn was going to do-
nate the painting at the High
School but never got it accom-
plished. So in his memory , it
was donated and now hangs in
the office of High School Prin-
cipal Irvin Pack .
Fulkerson was in business
there for 28 years retiring in
1960.
Fulkerson's works will be
The station was operated at . around for many years for his
that location by Fulkerson and family and friends to enjoy.
Miller and Son until the doors
DEMOCRATIC
DELEGATES
Warren County Democrats
met recently at the Courthouse
and elected delegates and alter-
nates who will attend the State
Democratic Convention later this
month in Cleveland.
Delegates will be: Cecil lin-
kous. Chairman of the Executive
Committee; Stan Kolb, Chairman
of the Central Committee; James
D. Ruppert, candidate for Con-
gressman from the Eighth Dis-
trict ; Sondra Blazer, Secretary
. sion of opening headquarters in
the various towns : a canvas of
Franklin Township this week;
the platform being drafted ; the
candidates' invitations to speak
at the meeting of the Maine-
ville School PTA on Tuesday,
September 12 ; and the various
Festivals being held in the area
in future months.
COMMENT
-STIRS ACTION
A comment made by EM2
of the Executive and Central
Committees; and Stella Turner
and Leon Bailey, Committeeman ..
in Franklin and Springboro, re-
spectively.
W. J. (Butch) Wolfe while he was
home on leave has stirred up
action to either fix up the ser-
viceman's board or take it down.
A fund was started on Mon-
day by .the editor and already
$ 18.00 has been donated.
Alternates who will be at-
tending the Convention arc:
Sheriff Roy Wallace; Clerk of
Courts AI ,HyIJon; and Com-
mitteeman Marjon Snyder.
Plans for the annual chicken
barbecue were also made during
the meeoll8. The event will be
at 6:30 p.m., Thursday. October
19 at the American Legion Build-
ing in Lebanon. The principal
speaker will be announced at a
later date, but all local and
district candidates are expected
to attend and give talks.
Mrs. Blazer was appointed
publicity director for the Com-
mittees and the Democratic
candidates dminl the meeting.
Other business discus-
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If enough money is raised
there will be a new one put up
honoring all men of all wars . .
At the present time, only the
names of boys serving our (;oun-
try in the Vietnam conflict are
on the board.
A new buard can serve as a
tribute and memorial to all ser-
vicemen past and present.
Wolfe's parents have donated
money for the board.
Any donation will be appre-
ciated on the fund raising pro-
ject.
The Miami Gazette kicked off
the fund drive with the first
donation.
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THE MIAMI GAZETTE
P. o. BOX 18. WAYNESVILLE PHONE 8!l7 5 9 2 1
Mary Bellman
Phillip Morga n
The Va ll e y Shopper. Inc.
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Editor
Adve rti sing Ma nager
. . publ h he rs
The MIAMI GAZETTE
Cream Delight Opens
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11 :00 A.M. and d ose at 10:00
P' M' They are open on Fri day
till 11:00 P.M.
Some of their items on the
: menu are rootbeer tl oat s. shakes.
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cheeseburger, blue plate special,
BarBQ sandwich combo, chili
dog nBig drink , french fr ies.
uni on rings , banana split s. malt s.
sundaes, soft drinks. and home
packs of Hum Dinger .
The sign says, "Bring along
the family for a HumDinger
Special .
Morrison
Lurie
Gallo
Gerson
Treehouse
The Running of Richard Nixon
The Night of Long Knives
If you haven' t been there,
.. give it a try and say "Hi" to Ed
and Roberta.
The Sunday Heroes
THELMA SMITH
ARTIST OF THE MONTH
4th STREET WAYNESVILLE, OHIO PH. 897-4826
DALLAS ELLIOTT
CONTRACTOR
FREE ESTIMATES ANYTIME
Aluminum Sldl", and Roofing For Your Home
Good luck in your new busi
'ness venture from your fri ends in,
WayneSVille.
Jimmy Crum Named State
Sight-Saver
Sight-Saving Chairman for
1972, Jimmy Crum, well known
television sports director , will
spearhead the public education
campaign of the Ohio Society
for the Prevention of Blindness.
In a series of spot announce-
. ments for television and radio,
Mr. Crum will seek to alert
Ohioans to the facts about un-
E
necessary vision loss. In ac-
20 Years Experience III!J!!!!"!/T cepting the campaign chairman-

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taken back to learn that of the
, 1 ,700 estimatep Ohioaas to bee.
come blind in the next year ,
half will lose their sight need-
lessly .. . "
Mr. Crum notes that Septem
ber of each year is designated as
Sight -Saving Month, marking the
Society's intensive annual cam-
paign to alert the public to the
fact s about preserving thei r
visi on.
Jimmy , well known for hi s
work with handicapped youth,
told of his firsthand knowl edge
that the child with amblyopia .
lal.y eye blindness, qualifies to
play on teams of
children. He said he hopes he
can encourage more volunteers
so more preschool children will
YOU be screened for visi on defects
. \ this coming year'
Last year the Ohio Society
for the Prevention of Blindness
,
. coordinat ed the screening of
more than 37,000 preschool
Please join us at our Thursday, September 14, meeting
at the . Lebanon Republican Headquarters, 23 East
Mechanic Street, 8:30 to 9:30 p.m., or our Franklin
Meeting, September 21, 8:30 to 9:30 p.m. at the
I Franklin Republican Headquarters, 235 South Maine
I Street, Franklin. All age groups are welcome and '
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needed. For information, please call - - - 933-6781 or i
683-0628. From left above are Possee members Phyllis
Kilburn, Donna Kilburn, Donna Carrier, Retha Kilburn J'
and Brenda Carrier_
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children in Ohi O fo r ambl yopi a
and other Vision defects. To
: help Jimmy Crum in hi s work as
Sight Saver. writ e P. O. Box
2020. Columbus, Ohio 43216.
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3rd Annual Waynesville Sauerkraut Festival
October 14, 1972
The Sauerkraut Festival Commit tee is pleased to announce
the schedul e for a complete day of fun and ent ertainment.
10:00 AM
Schedul e for the Sauerkraut Festi val
Opening Ceremoni es
Raising of the Ameri can Fl ag
Nati onal AnthemWaynesvi!le High School Band
Int roducti on of Dignit aries - Mayor Cra ne
Present ation of Fest ival Royalt y
Opening uf the Art Show
Opening of the Craft Shuw and Flea Market
Start of the Antiqu,,' Car Show and the Voting for
people' s Choice car.
11 :00
12:00
1:00
2: 00
3:00
Sauerkraut Dinner served throughout the day
Band Concert - Waynesville High School Band
Indian Dancing
Games & Cont ests
4:'00
6:00
6:30
7:00
Folk Dancing . Czeck Dancers PoLka Club
The Wienerschnet zels German Band
Antique Car Show Awards & Parade
Country Music
Judging for the largest head of cabbage
Judging for Best "Home Made" Sauerkraut
Folk Dancing Mi ami Valley Folk Dancers Assoc.
The sauerkraut Festival Committee would like to invite all
Churches, Service Clubs and other organizations to join in the
activities. A $5.00 fee is charged for those setting up booths
for the purpose of selling to help defray the costs involved for
advertisement etc. Those who are interested should eon tact :
Glynn Marsh - Flea Market
Cap Stubbs - Craft Show
Sally Smith- All other booths
Others to be contacted are:
Doris Conner - Art Show
Don Hawke - Largest head of Cabbage
Harry Styers - Home Made Sauerkraut
Bob Chapman - Antique Car Show
Many Volunteers will be needed to help make this a proud day
r'or Waynesville. If you wish to help, contact Opal St ubbs.
Thanks to all those who have helpeJ so far and we will see all of
you Oq
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VILLAGE SOLICITOR RESIGNS
Noel E. Sullivan tendered
his resignation at the village
council meeting last Tuesday
night.
Sullivan said he regreted the
action but is leaving Warren
County to teach at the Chase
Law School in Covington, Ken-
tucky.
He has been village soli citor
for the past three years replacing
William Young.
Hi s resignati on is effective
Sept ember 30th but he told
Mayor Crane and Council mem-
bers he would stay a little longer
if they did not have anybody
to replace him.
His duti es as solicitor consi sts
of advising the Council and
Board of Public affairs, prepaving
ordinances, and performing such
uther legal duti es as di rected by
Council.
Sullivan is well known in
Warren County.
He was born in San Francisco.
He received his education in San
Francisco concluding with a
Bachelor of Arts from the Uni
versit y of San Francisco.
He received hi s legal training
from Solmon P. Chase Coll ege
Schoul of Law, Cincinnati , Oii :O,
and was awarded a Doctor of
Jurisprudence from Chase il.
1962.
He saw service with the u-
nit ed States Army from 1958
to 1967 with his final assignment
being a Battery Commander with
the Cincinnati Air Defense Com-
mand.
(n 964 he the staff
of the then Attorney-General
1I OW United States Senator , Wil-
liam Saxbe, as an assistant at-
torney-general till 1968.
Sullivan was commended by'
Mayor Crane and Council mem-
bers for his faithful service ren-
dered on behalf of the village.
There are also three Zoning
changes being considered by the
planning commissiol1' and coun-
cil.
The latest zoning change reo
quested from R-3 to R-4 by
Fred and Michael Hubbell.
The property involved is sit-
usted on Fourth St. in Way-
nesvill e.
Also zoning changes have been
requested by Acy Lamb, and
Rita and Guy Elder and Phillip
Hacker .
Community Aid Meets
The Community Aid Council
met Monday night September
11 th at the Unit ed Methodist
Church.
The next meeting will be
held November 13th on Monday
night at 7:OG o'clock. All in-
terested people please try to
att end.
They are still in need of
small children and infants cloth-
ing.
You may contact Mrs. Ethel
Jones on New Burlington Road
or telephone 8974500 if you
any clothing you wish to
donate. /'
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THE DIFFERENCE IS WORTH
THE DISTANCE TO ATTEND A
BIBLE BEll EVING CHURCH
I RED OF LIBERALISM?
TIRED OF BOOK REPORTS INSTEAD OF
BIBLE SERMONS?
TIRED OF HAVING CHILDREN TAUGHT
EVERYTHING BUT THE BIBLE IN
SUNDAY SCHOOL?
rfRED OF THE NATIONAL COUNCIL
OF CHURCHES?
SO ARE WE!
ERRY CHURCH OF CHRIST
CORNER OF SOCIAL ROW ROAD &
WILMINGTON PIKE:
WE'RE DOING SOMETHING
ABOUT IT ARE YOU????
ARE YOU WILLING TO STAN'D FOR 'THE'TRUT
E YOU CONVINCED THAT THE BIBLE IS THE'
INSPIRED WORD OF GOD? "
RE YOU WILLING TO ATTEND THE CHURCH
OF CHRIST'S CHOICE?
IF SO THEN
COME SUNDAY AND WORSHIP WITH THOSE
WHO BELIVE YOU CAN BE A CHRISTIAN
WITHOUT JOINING ANY DENOMINATION
IBLE PREACHING AND TEACHINGIN ALL SERVICIES.
PREACH I'T LIKE IT IS;
o PEOPLE LIKE THEY ARE:
COME HEAR THE BIBLE PREACHED THIS WEEK.
THE END OF YOUR SEARCH
FOR A FRIENDLY BIBLE BELIEVING CHURCH
Ferry Church Of Christ
Worship with us on the Lord's Day
Early Worship Service 8:00 AM
Bible School 9:15 (Classes for all ages)
Morning Worship 10:20 (Services for all ages)
Youth Meeting 6:00 PM - Evening Worship 7:00 PM
Mid-week prayer and Bible study Wednesday 7 :30
THE DIFFERENCE IS WORTH THE DISTANCE
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AN ORGANIZATION 0,. PAO'lSSIONAl AUTOMOBILE SAl[S"'[N .
Doug Sturgill
STENGERS FORD. INC.
2110t SOUTH DIXIE DRIVE
SALES REPnCS EN(ATIVE
NEW AND USEQ CARS AND TRUCKS
LEASING AND FLEET
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SCOUT NEWS
Troop 1142 Will Meet
Troop 1142 will meet next
Tuesday, September 19th, at St.
Mary's Church.
All girl scouts in 6th grade
are welcome.
The girls in the 5th grade are
dismissed from school at 3:20
and will go immediately to the : .
meeting.
The girls in the '6th grade are
dismissed 1 hour earlier anc3 they
also go immediately to the meet -
ing.
The girls in the 6th grade
will be in Troop 1142 .
. --Scout News -----
Pack 40 will hold an orga-
nizational meeting Thursday .
September 14th at the United
Methodist Church at 7:30 PM.
All par ent s are urged to at-
tend .
Any new boys wi shmg to
join should be there.
They wi ll att end the hall
game on Sunday. Septenlber
the 17t h.
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Farm Bureau Meeting To
Be Held
The annual 1llL"l'ting ul the
Warren County Farm BurealJ wil l
he held Sept. 16. 1<)72 , al IhL"
Lebanon Hi gh School cafclerla.
Dave Umst rom, Asst. Dil ectur
of Agriculture. Stat e of Ohio-a
fa rmer fro m neighboring Butl er
County-will be the spea ker.
Dinner will be served at 7:00
With the business meet ing fol-
lowing at 8: 00. At this meeting
officers and trustees to the coun-
ty Farm Bureau bOJrd wi ll be
elected and resol utl om for the
coming year will be acted upon.
PAINTING &DC:CORATING
Ir.terior & Exterior
Dry Wall Repair
RON JONES
- 513-897-6736
FARM EOUIPMENt
Guln. fertilizer .. luke bodies;
hOists; plckup suke
tool boxes. bumper ... top ...
SALES & SERVICE
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3260 [ Kemper Ad . CineInn.". 0 4524 r
513/171 3761
HOME PROJECTS ARE EASY
AND FUN TO DO WITH
SADEl'E"
CONCRETE AND
MORTAR MIXES
You can make your
back yard the envy
of the neighborhood
... have a patio.
terrace walk, lawn
benches and flow-
er bed curbing ...
entertain around
an outdoor grill .
Fun to do and
economical too.
with Sakrete
... a mix for
every type of
job.
W A. Y N E 5 V I L L
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Ph. 897-2966
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The MIAMI GAZETTE
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char*es or' possible los?
property . .
Real Estate Tax Report
Another record - fust year
collection to exceed 8 million
dollars.
County Treasurer Russell
Dumford reports that the second
half real estate tax collection
has been completed and the tax
duplicates defivered to the Audi
tor for distribution to the. various
taxing districts.
tlement , Real E .. tate $4,252,
330.89 Special Assessment
$123,535.07, Total $.4,357, .
865.96. August Stlttlement
Real Estate $3,535,275.22,
Special Assessment $106,251.94,
Total $3.641,527.16. Grand
Total $8,017,393.12.
. 'Following are the percentage
figures of collection: 42.5%
deliquent tax for former years
collected 96.9% o( December
paid. June percentage not fi-
gured as 10% of June paid will
be returned by the State Auditor
for distribution.
The law has been to
require the Prosecutor to sen
property after two year's de-
Iiquency.
The total charge, Including
former deliquent , was $8,953,
940.80, of which
remitted.
The following is a statement
of' the collection of real estate
taxes for the year 1971 , ending
July 20, 1972: February Set-
The c'ollection was $175,
140.67 above the collection for
1970. The special assessment
was $9240.21 more than 1970.
In addition to a 10% penalty .
charge, the 10% reduction has
now been fe-instated in accor-
dance with the new tax law
passed last year.
All taxpayers with deliquent
taxes are urged to pay them at
once in order to avoid additional
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find out if YOU qualify
for a NEW HOME.
(WITHOUT SPENDING A PENNY)
NO EQUIRED
For the month of September you can find out if you qualify for your choice of the
many beautiful homes at Corwin Heights without paying a deposit. If you've never
applied before, been tUrned down in the past or aren't sure you can meet the re-
quired income; NOW is the time to find out for certain and it won't cost you a penny.
Ranch, Bi-Level & Tri-Level Homes From $23,500
All Forms of FinanCing Including; FHA, VA, &
Conventional. Open Everyday 1to 9 pm
FROM LEBANON :
Take route 48 north to
V2 mile beyond the
race track, turn left on
Lawndale and follow
the signs to models.
FROM MIDDLE-
TOWN: Take route
122 east to route 48
south. turn right on
Lawndale and follow
signs to models.
FROM FRANKLIN
AND SPRINGBORO:
Take route 73 east to
route 48 south. turn
right on Lawndale and
follow signs to models.
Phone: 932-7852
BUILDf. AS OF
More families live in National Homes
L:.l than any other homes in the world.
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Phone _________________ __
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Bi-Rite Carpet & Tile
140 So. Ma,in St. Waynesville, Ohio 45U61:1
Phone 897-5511 Open 6 Days a Week \)-5
LATEX PAINT AS LOW
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AS $2.50 per gal,
' SHAG CARPET 100% NYLON
$4.95 per yd.
SCULPTURE CARPET
100% NYLON AS LOW AS
$3.95 per yd.
MANY REMINENTS AVALIABLE
SEE AND SAVE
HT. NAME __ . __ NO. pas WT. GR.
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Tim Patton 10 OB 5'9" ISS II
John Hammonds 12 OB 5'9" ISO 9
Tim Shoup 13 OB 5' 11 " ISS 11
Dave Hatfield 21 G 5'4" 110 9
Doug Ratliff 22
FB -5;10" '" -1'6' 0' --- lr
Jeff Richards 23 HB 5'7" ISO II
Wally Patton 24 HB 5'2" j i 5 9
Bruce Ames 30 HB S'S" ISO II
Bob Keller 31 FB 6'0" 200 12
Brian Jordan 32 FB S'S" 160 10
Dan McCloud 33 HB 5'6" 130 II
Bob Porterfield 34 HB 5'10" 165 II
Jim Ryan 41 E 6'3" 175 II
Bob Bailey 42 lB 5'4" 115 9
Jesse Cullison 44 HB 5'2" 105 9
Mike Whipp 45 HB 5'7" 145 10
Garred Vinson SO G 5'2" 130 9
Bill Cullison 51 HB S'S" ISO 9
Richard Peak 52 T 6'0" ISO 10
Dave Wahsum S3 T S'S" ISO 10
Bruce Jones 54 GE S'S" 140 II
Dale Bowman 60 G 5'9" 175 II
Dan Akers 61 T 5'10" 215 II
Jeff Ramsey 62 C 5'10" 205 12
Gary Gibson 63 T 5'11" ISS 9
Warren Merris 64 HB 5'9" 175 12
Edwards 65 G 5'10" 190 12
66 T 6'3" ISO 11
70 T 5'11" 190 I I
71 G S'S" 160 II
72 T 5'11" ISO I I
73 T S'S" 215 I I
74 T 5'10" 195 I I
80 E. 5'11" 160 12
81 E 5'1 I" 140 12
82 E 5'10" ISO 12
84 E 6'2" 16S II
85 E 5'10" 160 12
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nt Coaches *Tom Barnhiser, Dave Barton, Art Fields, Jack
, Jerry Henson.
Cheerleaders - Ann Boeck, Bridget DeWine, Debbie
I Diamond, Debbie Grim, Vicki Lainhart-football cpt ., Karen
Sponsor: Connie Hooper
Director - Vernon J. Hooper
- Kevin'Conley
Cheerleaders - tharlene CaOOiU-football cpl., Teresa
Julie Mosher. Chris Walters, Sherri Rains.
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Mr. &. Mrs. Tom Runyon of
MI. Holly were week end guests
of Mrs. Runyon's brother & wife
Mr. & Mrs. Eugene Delaney of
Fairfax. Cincinnati, Ohio.
Delegates and Alternates to the Stale Democratic Convention
September 23 arc . left to right ; Clerk of Court s AI Hylt on;
Stella Turner of Frankl1l1 ; Sheriff Roy Wallace; SOlldra Bla zer of
Hunter ; Cecil Linkous l)f lebanon ; Leon Bailey of Springboro;
and Stan Kolb of Franklin .
Not are James D. Ruppert. cand id ate 1'0 1
fr olll tlt e Elghtlt Di stri ct. \)elegatL' alld MJrioll Snydrl "I'
lebanon, Alternat e.
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It pays to go to meetings .

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to think about is what temperature to set
the thermostat.
With electric heat, there's no combustion in the h,)Ine .
So there are no fumes, no smoke, no soo! . . .
nothi'ng to dirty-up walls, furniture anu
Your home and everything in it stays ckan
far longer.
That means less housework, as well as savings
on cleaning and redecorating hills.
ing a home electrically may cost than
think. And for over 20,000 families
in Ihis area, the big difference in comfort and
convenience is worth far more than
the modest difference in cost.
Like to know more about electric heat?
Get all the facts from DP&L.
Or, ask your builder.
Electric heat. Once you get the
feel of it, you'll never go back.
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The' MIAMI GAZETTE I " September 13; '
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SeD UT NEWS Real Estate Tax Report tlement , Real E .. tate $4,252; Following are the percentage . : or' possible 10!iS : 'i
Troop 1142 Will Meet 330.89 Special Assessment figures of collection: 42.5% property .
Troop 1142 will meet next Another record - first year $123,535.07, Total $4,357, . deJiquent tax for forrner years The law has been revised to
Tuesday , September 19th, at St. collection to exceed 8 million 865.96. August Sllttlement colleeted 96.9% of. December require the Prosecutor to sell
Mary's Church. dollars. Real Estate $3,535,275.22, paid. June percentage not fin property after two year's de
All girl in 6th grade County Treasurer Russell Special Assessment $106,251.94, gured as 10% of June paid will liquency.
are welcome. Dumford reports that the second Total $3.641,527.16. Grand be returned by the State Auditor
The girls in the 5th grade are half real estate tax collection Total . $8,017,393.12. for distribution.
dismissed from school at 3:20 has been completed and the tax The total charge, including Inadditioll to a 10% penalty ,
dupll'cates del'I' vered, to thO e Audi former dellauent was $8 953 h th InDf d t' h
and will go immedia tely to the ' ., ,. " c arge, e U fO re uc Ion as
tor for distribution to the various 940.80, of which $5881.28 was now beeri reinstated in accor.
meeting. remitted. '
The girls in the 6th grade are taxing distri cts. dance with the new tax law
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' d hid 'h The following is a statement The collection was $175. passed last year.
, Ismisse lour ear ier an t ey f I 140.67 above the coillectl'on for
I . d' tit the et of' the collection 0 rea estate All taxpayers with deliquent
a so go Imme La e y 0 me f h ' 1971 d' 1970. The specl'al assessment
. taxes or t e year , , en mg taxes are urged to pay them at
mg. July 20, 1972: February Set WI\S $9240.21 more than 1970. '. onc" in order to avoid addl' tl'onal
The girls in the 6th grade J "
will be in Troop 1142.
- - Scout News " - ----
Pack 40 will hold an organ
nizational meeting Thursday .
September 14th at the United
Methodist Ch urch at 7 : 30 PM.
All parent s are urged to at
tend,
Any new boys wi shing to
joi n shuuld be ther e.
They wi ll attend the ball
game on Sunday ,
the 17t h.
Farm Bureau Meeting To
Be Held
The annual 1Ill'l'I ill g (II the
Warren County Farm Bureau wil l
be held Sept. 16, at Ihc
I ,cballon Hi gh School call'lt'na.
Dave Umstrom, Ass t , Oil ectll l
of Agric ulture , Sta te of Ohiu' a
farmel from nei ghborill g Butl el
Co untywill be the spea ker.
Dinner will be ser ved at 7:00
With the business meet ing fol
lowing at 8: 00. At Ihis meeting
officers anJ trustees to the coun
ty Farm Bureau bO:Hd will be
clected alld for the
coming year wi ll be aqed upon.
PAINTING &D':CORA1ING
Interior & Exterior
Dry Wall Repair
RON JONES
. 5138976736
FARM EOUIPMENt
Grain, fertilizer & sta ke bodIes;
hydraulic hOiSts; plckup stake
racks, tool boxes, bumpers & tops ...
SALES & SERVICE
illi .g,\
3260 [ Kemper Ad .. Cincinnati . 0 45241
5tl l77t l761

. HOME PROJECTS ARE EASY
AND FUN TO DO WITH
SAKBETE(O
CONCRETE AND
MORTAR MIXES
You can make your
back yard the envy
of the neighborhood
.. . have a patio,
terrace walk, lawn
benches and flow
er bed curbing ...
entertain around
an outdoor grill.
Fun to do and
economical too.
with Sakrete
... a mix for
every type of
job.
W A. Y N E S V I L L
LUMBE R
COMPANY
Ph. 897-2966
find out if YOU qualify
for a NEW HOME.
(WITHOUT SPENDING A PENNY)
NO EQUIRED
For the month of September you can find out if you qualify for your choice of the
many beautiful homes at Corwin Heights without paying a deposit. If you've never
applied before, been turned down in the past or aren't sure you can meet the re-
quired income; NOW is the time to find out for certain and it won't cost you a penny.
Ranch, Bi-Level & Tri-Level Homes From $23,500
All Forms of Financing Including; FHA, VA, &
Conventional. Open Everyday 1 to 9 pm
FROM LEBANON:
Take route 48 north to
112 mile beyond the
race traCk, tlirn left on
Lawndale and follow
the signs to models.
FROM MIDDLE
TOWN: Take route
122 east to route 48
south, turn right on
Lawndale and follow
signs to models.
FROM FRANKLIN
AND SPRINGBORO:
Take route 73 east to
route 48 south, turn
right on Lawndale and
follow signs to models.
Phone: 9327852
BUILDERS or

More families live in National Homes
L:.I than any other homes in the world.
Bring this coupon with you and we'll give you a free BAR-B-QUE GRILL!
Just for visiting Corwin Heights, you receive a free BarB-Que Grill with no
obligation. We know you'll find it useful as you enjoy the leisure time you'll
have once you move to a new worry-free home; waiting for you at Corwin
Heights. Limit ... one to a family.
Name ______ . _______________________________________________ _
Address __________________ ______________________________ ___
Phone
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i-Rite Carpet & Tile
140 So, Ma,jn St. Waynesville, Ohio
Phone 897 -5511 Open 6 Days a Week 9-5
LATEX PAINT AS LOW
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AS $2.5'0 per gal.
. 'SHAG CARPET 100% NYLON
$4.95 per yd.
S.CULPTURE CARPET
100% NYLON AS LOW AS
$3.95 per yd.
MANY REMINENTS AVALIABLE
SEE AND SAVE
NAME _ __ POS HT. WT, GR.
Tim Patton 10 OB 5'9" 155 11
John Hammonds 12 OB 5'9" ISO 9
Tim Shoup 13 OB 5 '11" 155 11
Dave Hatfield 21 G 5'4" 110 9
Doug Ratliff "10" '"
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Jeff Richards 23 HB 5'7" 150 II
Wally Patton 24 HB 5'2" I j 5 9
Bruce Ames 30 H8 5'S" 150 II
Bob Ke\1er 31 F8 6'0" 200 12
Brian Jordan 32 F8 S'S" 160 10
Dan McCloud 33 HB 5' 6" 130 II
80b Porterfield 34 HB 5'10" 165 II
1im Ryan 41 E 6'3" 175 II
Bob 8ailey 42 LB 5'4" 115 9
Jesse Cullison 44 HB 5'2" 105 9
' MikeWhipp 45 H8 5'7" 145 10
Garred Vinson 50 G 5 '2" 130 9
Bill Cullison 51 H8 S'S" 150 9
Richard Peak 52 T 6'0" ISO 10
Dave Wah sum 53 T S'S" ISO 10
Bruce Jones 54 G-E 5'8" 140 II
Dale 80wman 60 G 5'9" 175 II
Dan Akers 61 T 5' 10" 215 II
Jeff Ramsey 62 C 5'10" 205 12
Gary Gibson 63 T 5' 11 " ISS 9
Warren Merris 64 HB 5'9" 175 12
Gus Edwards 65 G 5' I 0" 190 12
Uoyd Crump 66 T 6'3" 180 11
Harry Crabtree 70 T 5' II" 190 II
Wendell Cook 71 G S'S" 160 11
Tony DeWine 72 T 5' 11" 180 II
Tim Carnes 73 T 5'8" 215 11
Randy Whitaker 74 T 5'10" 195 11
Harless Maynard 80 E. 5'11" 160 12
Dave Cornett 81 E 5'11" 140 12
' Doug O'Banion 82 E 5'10" 180 12
, Jeff Morgan 84 E 6'2" 165 11
.1Mark Wright 85 E 5"10" 160 12
Mike Nelson 66 C 5'1" 130 9
: Head Coach - Gale Gerard
istant Coaches *Tom 8arnhiser, Dave Barton, Art Fields, Jack
, iEmusuer, Jerry Henson,
!1\I,arsity Cheerleaders - Ann Boeck, Bridget DeWine, Debbie
. Diamond, Debbie Grim, Vicki Lainhartfootball cpt., Karen
Vincent.
Sponsor Connie Hooper
Director . Vernon J, Hooper
nager -Kevin Conley
aI ...... r1 .... Cheerleaders - tharlene CaudiO-football cpt., Teresa
Il freJt,erb:ridle. Julie Mosher, Chris Walters, Sherri Rains.
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Delegates and Alternates to the State Democratic Convention
September 23 are . left to right; Clerk of Court s AI Hylt on:
Stella Turner of Franklin; Sheriff Roy Wall ace : Sondra Blazer of
Hunter; Cecil Linkous of lebanon ; l eon Bailey of Springbor o:
and Stan Kolb of Franklin.
Not shown are James D. Ruppert. c3nJ idatc for ClIngress ll la n
from the Eighth Distri ct. Delegate. and Mariull Snydc\ (If
lebanon, Alternate.
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Mr. & Mrs. Tom Runyon of
Mt. Holly were week end guests
of Mrs. Runyon's brother & wife
Me. & Mrs. Eugene Delaney of
Fairfax. Cincinnati. Ohio.
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The Army Reserve.
It pays to go to meetings.
... just as convenient, too. The only thing ynu have
to think about is what temperature to set
the thermostat.
With electric heat, therc's no combustion in thc horne .
So there are no fumes, no smoke, no soot ...
nothing to dirty-up walls, furniture and draperies .
Your home and everything in it stays ckan
far longer.
That means less housework, as well as savings
on cleaning and redecorating bills.
ing a home electrically may cost than Y('l
think. And for over 20,000 famIlies
in this area, the big difference in comfort and
convenience is worth far more than
the rhodest difference in cost.
Like to know more about electric heat?
Get all the facts from DP&L.
Or, ask your builder.
Electric heat. Once you get the
feci of it, you'll never go back.
J .
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WAYNESVI LLE
Church of Christ
T h tr d & M, a m I Str eet s
Char les P , kE: , Ev cl r"' Cll st
10' 0 0 d !n . Su n c ,)' M o r n ing
{, 300. ""'.' S u n d E\len ,n g
b JO o. m ,'/cor d dl (\lendlC;
Pnunc 897 -14 62 I ( ,,, f ormaiion
First Baptist Church
N () I tn Ma In Sl r e t: '
I f j "n D. O SDo r n e, Pa s t (v
10' 00 d . m. cay Senoo'
11 OO.:t,m . MOfn ,fl y WOf\n , p
b JO D." ). T, a1n'''9 Un,Qn
7300J'I' ) [Vt:r1I1'"1qW( )I \ f"\ . p
7 ) 00,1 Wednes da y P'cl VCI
Mec lllly
( Affdl d lec 'N l t n Suu tne , n Ba p-
- ' \1 C f)n" l' n l. 0n)
Church of Christ
152 H''ln Str ee t 89/ 4 78b
Bibl e Sch ool 9 : 00 A .M .
Wo rsh ,P . 10 : 00 A .M .
Eveni ng 7 : 00 P.M .
Friends MeetinQ
Fo urth Street ne ar Hlgn
9 : 30 a. m .. Sunday Sc hOO l
10: 45 a. m .. Sunday Meet,n g l o r
Wo r !> hl p (unpr o gfamedl
St. Augustine Church
HIgh Str eet
Re v. J o se p h H . Lutmer, Past or
7 a. m. & 11 a.m . . Masses
8 a. m. & 8 p. m .. Hoty Days
7: 30 p. m. F " st Fro day
7: 45 d. m . . Da" Y Mass
5: 30 . . Sat ur day Mass
St. Mary's Episcopal
Church
Thi rd & Matn St reets
Rev. Har Ol d Dee t h. R" etor
1 1: 1 5 a. m . . Mo rn ing r>ra yer
1st . 3r d & 5t h Sundays;
HOly Co mmunIon 2nd & 4t"
Sunday S
United Methodist
Church
Thor d & Nor t " St ree t s
L . Young. Minister
9 : 00 a.m . . Cnul cn SchOOl
10: 15 a. m, ChurCh 5t Wo rSh i p
6 : 00 p. m. Jr . & 5, . Y ou t h
Fel lOWShiP
Tht! Full Gospel Tabernacle
R. 3 Ferr y Rd.
Rev . She , man Cook, Pas t o r
10: 30 a. m . . Sunday SchOOl
7: 00 p. m . . Sunday E .e. Ser v ' ce
7 : 30 P. "' .. Wednesda yl ve.
Ser v i ce
7 , 30 p. m .. Sa t. Eve. Ser vice
First Church of God
49 S. MaIn St reet
Carl A . Plerce
9 : 30 a. m . . Sunday SChOOl
10: 30 a. m .. Mor n i ng Worsh i p
b : 30 p . m . Youth Fellowshi p
1: 00 p.m . . sunda Y evening
7 : 00 O. m . . wednesday e.eni ng
CORWIN
Pentecostal Holiness
Church
Wal ter L. Lamb, Putor
10, 00 a. m. ' Sunday !>e nool
7 : 30 p. m . . Sunday. WedneSday
Ind Sat u rday Evening
Wor Sh i p ServICes
7 :30 p. m . . Wednesda y Youth
Sf" Vi ce
MT.HOLLY
United Methodist
Church
Rev. Leo na' d Bax te r
9 , 30 d. m .. Sunda y Sc hoOl
11 0 0 a . m . S unda y WorShip
SCI II Ice
7 , ) 0 P. rn, . We dneSda y. Pr aye r
Ser v i ce
HARVEYSBURG
Friendship Baptist
Church
So uthern Baotlst Co nl/ent l o n
James B r own, Pastor
9 : 30 a. m .. Sunday SChOOl
10 : 30 a. m .. Sunday MornI ng
W o r Sh i p
7: 30 p. m .. Sunday Even In g
Service
7, 30 p. m. ' Wednesday M i d week
Pla y er and B i ble St u dy
Jonahs Run Baptist
Church
Oh IO 7 3 East
10 , 00 a. m .. Sun da y SCh Ool
10: 00 & II : m .. Sunday
Wo r shl p Servi ce
7: 30 p.m. ' Sunday Even I ng
W o rSh i p
United Methodist
Church
DaVi d Harper, Past or
9: 30 a.m.' Sunda y Chur cn
Ser v i ce
10: 30 a. m. ' Sunday Sc hOOl
11 , 00a. m. Sunda y WorShI p
Serv i ce
You th Fell OWShiP a n C Bibl e
St u d y
Harveysburg Full Gospel
Church
E. Soull' St r eet
Rev . Ja c k Hamilt on. Pa s t e .
7: 30 P. "' Tuesday
7 : 3 0 p . m , . F" OdY ' Y o u n o
People's Sef Vice .
10: 00 a.m, . Su nddY Srhoo,
7: 00 p , m, ' Sunda y EVCnIlH)
SPRING VALLEY
United Methodist
Church
Walnut V ' ne
Rober t R . M er edlt h , Past o r
9: 30 a. m. Sunday SCho, 1
10: JO a.m .. Morni n g Worsh ip
6: 30 p. m . . Y outh Fe llowshI p
Jr . HI gh & Sr. H igh
7: 4 5 p. m . . Wednesda y ': ho "
R e h ear\al
Spring Valley Church
of Christ
Glady Street
10: 00 a.m. - Mor ni n g Worship
7' 00 p. m . . Even I n g Wo rshi p
8 : 00 p. m .. Wednesday EvenIng
W o r sh i p
Spring Valley
Friends Church
Mound Street
E. Fri end Co user . Pastor
9, 30 a. m .. Sunday SChoot
10: 30 a. m . . Mor n i ng Worshl p
Christian Baptist Mission
Ma i n Street .
Mrs. LOi s Dunaway, Pa stor
10 a.m. ' Sunday School
II a. m. - Morni ng WorSh i p
7: 30 p. m.' Even i ng Worshi p
7: 30 P. m . . Player Meet i ng
Wednesday & Thursday
7 , 30 p. m . . Song-fest . Last
Saturday each month.
The MIAMI GAZETTE
DODDS
Free Pentecostal Church
of God
R. R. 122 DOdds, 0 111 0
Pastor, James Coif man
10: 30 a. m.' Sunday SChoo l
7: 00 p. m . . Sunday E,'an ge l l st ic
Ser vice
7: 30 p. m . . Wednesday Prayer

LYTLE
United Methodist
Church
JOhn K. Smi t h, M i nist. er
9: 30 a. m .. Sunda'y Sc hoo l
10: 30a. m. Sunday Wor Sh Ip
Serv i ce
8 : 00 9 : 00 p. m .. Wednesda y
EvenIng, B,bl e St u dy
CENTERVILLE
The Centerville First
Pentecostal Church
173 E. Frankl' n St ree t
Ray Nor vell, Past or
Gene Blcknc tl , Ass' l.
10: 00 a. m. Su nday SCI ) O I)I
7 : 00 p, m . . Su n day (" " enl " ,!
7 : 30 p.m. We dnesday r.Vt.: IlIIHJ
GENNTOWN
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Genntown United Church
Of Christ
Route -1 2 at Gen ll t owll
Ra y St or ,',er . P,lSl () 1
9 : J O J . n"! . - Sl"" l l l!
10: 30 . SUrldJY CIHHCh 5"'ou l
00 p , m . - SlIIld.l Y 'l out . ,
F e ll O WS hi P
FERRY
Ferry Church of Christ
Wil m i n gton Pike &
SOCIal Row Road
Bus Wiseman. Minister
8 :00 a.m. Early Wo"shlp Servi ce
9 : 15 a.m. Bible School
1 0 : 15 a. m. Morning Worship Service
10: 15 a.m. Sunday Youth Worship
6 :00 p.m. Youth Meetln9
7 : 00 p.m. Evening Servi ce
7 : 30 p.m. Wednesday M i dweek
Prayer and Bibl e Study
RIDGEVILL[
Ridgeville Community
Church
St . Rt . 48 & Lower
Spro ngboro Road
Ray L. Shelton, Pa st e r
9 : 30 a. m. ' Sunda y Sc hoot
10: 45 a.m . . Morning Worsll ip
7: 30 p.m . . SundilY .
Service
7: 30 p. m. Wedn esday E.en",g
service
5: 30 p. rn. ' Sunday Sr . Youth
Recreation
6 : 30 p.m. Sund,ay Sr . YOuth
Ser v ices
This Church Page Is Sponsored For You Through The Courtesy Of The Following Area Merchants
WAYNESVILLE NATIONAL BANK
ELLIS SUPER VALU
WAYNESVILLE, OHIO
OHIO
MIAMI
September 13, 1972
DEATHS
Charl es (Gene) Hopkins. agc
38. of R.R. 2. Way neSVill e. died
Thursday at Mercy Hospit al. Co
fro m inj uries sustained
in a harness rac ing accident.
He was the owner of Hopkins
Mo tors and was a mcmber of
Harness Racing Associa ti on and
was a former membcr of Air
Na ti onal Guards.
He is sur vivcd by hi s parcnt s.
Morr is and Daisy B. Hopkins
with whom he made hi s resi
dence, one sister Mrs. Wanda
Cox of Way nesvill e. one brother
Lcroy Hopkins of Miami sburg.
fo ur neices. seve ral aunt s. uncles.
and cousins.
Funeral services were at :2
P.M. Sat urday at the Full Gospel
Tabernad e of Way ncsvill e. Rev.
Sherman Cook and Rev. James
Lamb offici ating. Int erment at
Mi ami Ccmetery. Corwin . Ohio.
St ubbs.('onl1c r was in chargc of
arra nge ment s.
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FRIDAY SEPT 15 th
ICE CREAM SOCIAL
HOME MADE
SERVING 6:00 PM
Sandwiches - Cakes - Pies
LYTLE UNITED METHODIST CHURCH
STUBBS-CONNER


FUIIRAL HOMI
SERVING ALL FAITHS
WAYNESVILLE
24 Hour Ambulance Service
STEVE CONNER DIRECTOR
897-5966
185 N. Main, Waynesville
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Looking for something new and d l ff er ent7 How about Spani sh Styl e
Home with your own Courtyard7 So many f eatures you'll have to see
for yourself to appreciate. Call Wanda Chattin 897 4736.
LEBANON
Beautifully r enovated 2 story home In town In ex cellent locat i on. New
Plumblng
r
wiring, new kitchen cabinets. beautiful shag carpet, 3 bedrooms,
for mal d n l ng room, f i replace In living r oom, 2'1> baths. Call Wanda
Chattin 897-4736.
MC GILL MEADOWS
WOUld you )Ike a fireplace for the cold winter nights ahead? Thi s br i ck
ranch has two. 3 bedrooms with many closets, 33' livi ng ' room, family
room, carpeted , 2 car garage. Call Wanda Chattin 897-4736.
WAYNESVILLE SCHOOL DISTRICT
Let those rent payments pay for your own 3 bedroom brick home. Full
basement , beautiful eatln kitchen . 1'1> car garage. Fenced bac k yard. Air
conditioned . Call Wanda Chattin for more ,"formaflon. '
ACRES
Want your share of country air? Check on thi s frame home wit h 3 b ed
rooms, carpeted, l i vi ng room, fami ly room. Plenty of trees and shrubs
provide privacy. Call Wanda Chatt i n 8974736.
BUSINESS
Be your own " BOSS" In your own Lawn mower business. All equipment
necessary fJr repa i rs, large Inventory, Toro Franchise. Pick up truck and
trailer . Call Wanda Chattin 897-4736.
HOME UNDER CONSTRUCTION
Brick ranch near Lebanon with family room, 3 b edrooms, 2 full baths,
eat lnki tchen , 2 car garage. Call Wanda Chattin.
GENNTOWN
Older 2 story home, n eeds a l i ttle work . Not modern, 6 rooms. Barn.
Call Wanda Chattin.
3 FAMILY
Three unit apartment building w i th good net r eturns. 3 new furnaces, new
wiring. Re decorated. Call Wanda Chattin 897-4736.
MC GILL MEADOWS
Home of d i stinctIon on approximately 1/, acre. Living room, dini ng room,
kitchen, 3 badrooms, 2 baths, plus family room, 2 car 9arage. Call Wanda
Chattin today.
933-4055
127 E. Silver Street
Lebanon, Ohio
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HA,VE SELL POWER
FOR SALE
6 HOLSTEIN Steers - averaging
500 Ibs - M.D. Hackney 897-
41) I
37c l
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SPEED QUEEN wringer washer
$20 - 4 man rubber life raft $55
$40 sports coats for $6 - ga ined
weight and can't wear wize 36R
pants 30-31 - wash & wear - girl's
and boyLs snow suites size 3 for
$2.50 - pair of insulat ed boots
size 9 $15 - Mens pants 33-30
all kinds - old 9X 12 rugs $3 .50
no holes :'- Austin Healey Sprite
windows, fair shape, $)0.00 -
right door $5 for Sprite - Phone
897-6021 after 5:00. 341nc
FOR RENT
DELUXE Office space - 450 sq.
ft.x 850 Sq. fl. - w/w carpet -
air cond - panelled wall s - 897-
7886
37ctf
SERVICES
SIGN PAINTING and lettering
George Stroop - 376 High Street
Phone 897-5569 37c1
.WANTED
WANTED - Babysitting in my -
. ' home - by hour or day - Phone
897-6021 - ask for Jean Hill
37etf

WANTED - I cook & I wai tr ess
full or part time -apply ill persun
to Morn's Kountry Kit chen - Rt
42 , Spring Valley 37c I
WAITRESS wanted - experience
necessary - needed immediat ely
apply at Town Square Restau-
rant 897-7801 371.: 1
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DEPENDABLE lady to do li ght
housework and babysit for one
child in my home - Waynesvill e
area - hours 7 -4 - above average
wages - Summers free - call 1-
862-605 I 37c1
WANTED woman for work in
egg processing plant . 20 to 40
hours weekly Dunham's Hat -
chery.
36c2
MUSCULAR DYSTROPHY
Brush-Arbor
Meetin'!
September 164 to 10 P.M.
Five Miles South Of
Waynesville On St_ Rt . 42
ANTIQUE DISPLAY
LANTERN LIGHTS
NO ELECTRICITY
For Furth. Information
C.II Kenny Shively 223-0166
DONATION $1.00
Tonite thru Sun.!
3 Adult Hits 3
WEEKEND
WITH THE
BABYSlmR
Start 8 P.M.
The MIAMI GAZETTE
Sell-it
Item' under thh hUdln, run
fre nd run up 10 week,
.. See .d blink 0"
1000 GALLON oil tank S75
at MI. Holly 37
.1 PI ECES SAMSONITE luggage
silver gray . Si luuett e (k sign -
complet e set $5 0 . ori g S 133 .
26' men' s twu suit er S30 (was
S55 ) men's overnight (a r
ryun $20 (was $43) . woman '>
uve rni ght train case SIS (was
S35 ) - call 8974046 37
AKC registered SI. Bernard -
male free to good home large
Swiss type - gentle beautifull y
marked - call 897-5474 eve nings
37
1967 HONDA CB 450 - $400 .
1962 Honda Dream bored to
350cc-$315-897-2143 36
20 REG Duroc hogs all ages -
8972143
36
HAN-D jet whirlpool therapy
used 2 times . $15 . Baby's
swingo-matic with canopy rarely
used $10897-6921 35
AKC Poodles . 2 females and
one male. Females both black,
male brown - $60 each call
897-2876
35
1967 Dodge RT - 440 MAGoomo
tor - 4 speed - power steering
power brakes - new tires with
mags - price $950 - Middletown
424-3009 34
"RUBBER RAFT . 2 man . air
pump- aluminum paddles needs
a patch - $10 897-2712
34
FOR SALE - 5 acre home site
with nice view - 1\1 miles north
of Waynesville . 325 ft road
frontage $10,000 Phone 897-
2786.
34
HUFFY Riding mower 7 HP
electric start . $175 . Ph . 897-
5122
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Your name and address should accompany your ad for our files ,
It does not need to be published.
DINETTE set . Formica table I HOUSE FOR SALE on Church
(, - chairs . 3 yrs old . $60 _ St 3 bedrooms . large livin!-
897-2640
room dining room and kitchel
__ large snack bar birch cabinet
1965 PONTI AC GTO . 389 eng wall to wall carpet and one
Hurst 4 speed positrac ti on rear car garal!e . one large 101 $'24000
end mag wheels asking $500 Call 8974583 '
will accept trail bike in trade for
32
part of payment - 897-4 134 1965 GTO . 4 spd dark blue
33
FOOTBALL shoes Nylon cleat;
1 pair hi-tops - 1 pair low . $4
a pair - gd cond . 933-7156 or
932-1218
FOR SALE - Fender precision
Bass with hard shell case - $1 50
Call 897-5921 - 8 am to 5 pm
8974056 evenings - ask for Cliff
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black interior . bucket seats .
good condition . 4 new tires
with mag wheels . only $750
from 8 :00 a.m, to 5:00 p.m.
8975016 ask for Milo Moore
32
1961 VOLKSWAGON with new
rebuilt engine - 2 new tires car
in good condition - was $325-
viii sell for $250 897-6436 32
Chinese mice will not eat
cheese .
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Robel t South . candidate for CU l1lllli ss illll er. Joh n Kilbilin . can
didat e 1'01 sherif! and Har ry ' Dll l ' CUIIl elt candida te lor
co III 111 issil1llcr .
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All inCreasingly common
sight on afea country roads and
village streets is the bicycle , and
a new br\;ed of rider s . . the
and' ,over crowd. Bicy
cling is the fastest '.growing sport
in the t:ountry : In 1971 , 8
million bikes sold - more
than twice the number sold in
19.<> ,1.' 'Thi s bike boom has
given us an estimated 70 million
"ycrllsts in Amerka. Much of
. the for this recent rise
in popula,rJty caD be attributed
to >the automabile, or lTlor ac-
duately t to .cqntempt for that
hydrocarb.on spewing beast , the
Arnerican auto. In addition to
being not\-pulluting, the bicycle
has it ov1n the car in that it is
22 times .as energy-efficient as
the auto. This fa ct should not
be taken lightl y for the auto-
mobile is responsible for more
than 2S% of the United States'
ene rgy consumption.
Interestingly enough, the bi -
cycle was a major contribut or
t o the invention of the auto-
mobile. The bicycle "craze"
reached its peak in the U.S. in
the 1890's. Nearly everyone
owned and rode a bike. The
League of American Whec\men
membership in 1880 was a re-
ported million. These were serio
ous cyclists. Wheel to wheel
traffic on major bike routes in
1900 was not uncommon. In
Ohio alone there were listed
thirty-four bicycle manufac-
turers. Of ' these Dayton's
Wright Brothers used the bicycle
as a springboard to great er
achievements.
Baron Von Drais invented the
cycle in 18 16. but the name
"bicuc1e" was not applied until
1869, when the vehicle received
a British patent. This ' cycle
had a very large wheel in front
with a smaller rear wheel. Many
suprised cyclists sustained broken
bones and skinned noses after
flying over the handlebars as a
result of that awkward arrange .
ment. 1880 brought the SIIfety
cycle with Wheels of equal size.
The 1900 U.S. Census reo
ports that, "Few articles ever
used by man have ever created
so great a revolution in social
. conditions." Bicycles influenced
shorter skirts, better roads, the
invention of the automobile, as
well as innovations in the pneu-
matic tire, wire wheels, chain
drive difftrential gears , ball bear
ings, variable 'speec transmissions,
and others.
Although the bicycle gave
way to the automobile in the
early 1900' s, a trend to the con-
verse is apparent today. The
competition for space on roads
and streets has made bicycle
riding a bit hazardous. The
National Safety Council pre-
dicts 880 bicycle fatalities this
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ELVIS PRESLEY SINGS & SWINGS IN
A "FRANKIE & JOHNNY"
NO
"FOLLOW THAT DREAM"
TheMI
year. With this in mind, bicy-
cling must be taken seriously.
Safety are not adequate
for today's bike ril!er; nor are
there adequate facUities , a pro-
blem that is b\!ing ,explored by
the Warren County Irark District.
A statement by Mark Twain
summarizes today's situation
rather well : "Get a bicycle.
You will not regret it, if you
live."
If you'd like informatl on or
assistance rcgilrding the p'urchase ,
repair , or proper riding of a bi-
cycle, Bill and Barb Sluiner , at
the Lebanon Cycie Shop, Can
help. Proper . 'car'e and mai'l1-
tenance of ,Kessen-
tial to safe Hilillg .. Bi"e ' riding
i$ exceUe,llf exe,clse, efficient
transportation, and fun .- - \)ut
take it scri\)usly', .
HARVEVsrauRQ:, :
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Friendship Baptist' Church to
hold revival.
The Friendship Baptist Church
will hold a Youth Revival Sept.
IS , 16 and 17th at 7:30 PM
nightly. Conduct.ing the Revival
will be Rev. Fred Campbell, 21
of the First Baptist Church of
Fairfield. The Young Apostles,
a singing group will assist.
The Church luiS a new pastor
James Brown formerly of Char
lest.on, W. Va. He attended
Beckley College in Beckley,
West Voirginia. He took seminar
training at Central Baptist School
in Cincinnati and also attended
Wright State University. His wife
is the former Ruth Comer of
Charleston, West Virginia, and
they have three children ages 21,
14 and 13.
Thursday night guests of Mrs.
Mary Willis weff: her three grand-
children from New York State.
In honor of Frank Turner's
birthday, Sunday guests of Mr.
& Mrs. Lewis Hoagland were Mr.
& Mr5. Frank Turner and children
of Dayton and Mrs. Charlotte
Maloney of Vundalia.
Masters Tommy and Jeff
Haendel spent the weekend with
their grandparents Mr. & Mrs.
L. L. Haendel of Dayton camping
at Hueston Woods.
Mr. & Mrs. Charles Ellison
and children spent the weekend
in Zanesville, Ohio.
Mr. & Mrs. George Wall re-
turned Tuesday from a three
week trip in the West. They
visited Virginiia City, Montana,
Lewis & Clark Cavern State Park
in Montana, Grand Tetos Park
in Wyoming, Yellowstone Na-
tional and other points of in-
terest.
OES Past Matrons meeting
was held Wednesday night at the
home of Mrs. Doris Conley in
Wilmington. Co-hostesses were
Mmes. Alma Plummer, Mary
Boerstler and Atha Andrew.
The regular monthly board
meeting of the United Methodist
Church was held Thursday night
at the Church.
Mrs. Charles Beck was on a
business trip in Chicago Wednes-
day and Thursday.
Mr . & Mrs. Lennert Henson
of Atlanta. Georgia, spent the
weekend with her father, Mr. &
Mrs. Harold Gillam.
Mr. & Mrs. Jerry Brown and
Mr. & Mrs. Beck were
Sunday evening dinner guestl of
Mr. & Mn.. Thomas Haendel.
Mrs. 1Catthleoo 80IlD. ,Gwen,
the MIAMI GAZET
Second class postage paid at Waynesville, Ohio.
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Vol.4 No.38 September 20,1972 - Waynesvill e. Ohio
SCOUTS KICK OFF NEW SEASON
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the. bus to take them to the Cincinnati Reds ball game
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"",.", .. ".to boyal Order of Moose Lodge 129'1 from Lebanon. American Legi on
Post 615 of Waynesville donated Pack 40 Committee Chairman Dale Lander a check for $50.00 for the
bus .rental: On hand to present the check to Lander was Child Welfare Officer Edwin Ramby and Post
615-Cpriunander Herbert (Gene) Edwards.
Pictured are Scouts Dale Edwards, Pat Lander, Louie Lander and Robert Kronenberger.
Dale Lander receJving check from Ramby and Gene EJwards _ -
Cub)cout Pack No. 40 kicked
off a new season of scouting
with its first meeting at Way-
nesville Methodist Church on
Thursday evening, Sept . 14. Den
No .2 opened the meet ing with
the flag ceremony followed by
an invocation by Rev. L. L.
Young, the Pack sponsor.
The meeting was conduded
by member s of the new Cub-
scout Committ ee who were in-
troduced as follows Dale Lander
Committee Chairman, Bill Madi-
son - Cub master , Walter Rathweg
Awards Chairman . Dave Zeh .
Publi cit y Chairman . Sall y Lan-
der - Secret ary/Treasur er. JuLl y
Kronenberger Pr ogr:11ll Chair -
man .
The Den Leader Coach and
Den Leaders were also
tcd : Sue Anderson - Dl'n Ll'ader
Coach. Jan Zeh - Ikn I:
Carol Ghearing - Leadcl . DI! II
Jll Edwards - Leader. DC'n .3.
Marolene Fry - Leader, Den 4:
Jeanne Yonkers - Leadel , Den 5:
Susa n Whit e - Leader , Den 6.
Ron Kr onenbergel and Dave
B(xb'y ' will - serve as Webelos
Leaders.
Cubscuut s who were elevated
to the order of Webel os after
their tenth birthday were: Tim-
my Francisco, Ryan St aplet on,
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SHOPPiNG CENTER
SPORTING NEW SIGN
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the ShopplnS Center a.re easily identified with the erection ot' their
center. '. ' .
melrcbiantl paid -for the ereqion of the sign: Alfords Barber Shop, Ellis Super Valu,
Clothing. C!U'e Center, 'ti>wn Square Restaurant"and, Wiynesville
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MONDA'Y NIGHT
The Waynesville P.T.O. meet-
ing will be held Monday night
at 7:30 in the High School
gymnasium.
There will be an introduction
of teachers at the meeting.
The highlight of the evening
will be the entertainment by
"Margo" the singing school tea-
cher from New Carlisle who in
real life is Mrs. B.:tty Smith.
She accompanies herself on
the guitar. She IS also making
records and writes her own mu-
sic.
Also on hand to entertain
Hul Tman
playing the organ.
These two young people are
well known in the area.
A baby sitter will be furnished
for pre-school children.
There will be refreshments
served after the program.
The orticers for the coming
year are President Mrs. Billie
James, First Vice President Mrs_
Carol Hatton, Second Vice Presi-
dent school superintendent Paul
Schwamburger, third Vice Presi-
dent Mrs. Judy IGer, Secretary
Mrs. Evelyn Pringle and Treasurer
Mrs. Claire
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Single Copy 10c
Gary Howard . Darry l Sizelove
and Chris Smead.
Mike Anderson was proudly
inslalled as Dl' lI ChicI' and pre-
sent ed the DL'n ChicI' Cord .
Spring Roulldup Slide'S were pre-
sent ed III St eve Alldl' rsoll . Way Ill'
Zeh. allu Mall GheJlill ),! 1'01'
siglling up Il ew scOUI S.
Den leadel patches W('r l' pie-
, elll cd 10 Jealllle Yllllkcrs . Su-
sa il White and Jail leh. A
highlight was Ihe prL' SL' lllali llll
l lf the three-yea r servin' pill 10
Suc Andersll ll 1'1)[ hCI i'Jilhl'tti
service 10 the de n.
;\fln JII Ihl' bU' lll c"
wa, lakell ca rl' ur. I he ,'ubs
IH'le Ic, ld y I'll I rUIl . Tltl' hall
cl llllPCll liulI was W'I II hy IhL'
Il'JIll lIf Bruce alld J,II!
Ml'L'k"1 repr,:sl'llI lllg ()coIl NII . I .
Thl' Cubby aW;IIL1 1\ol'II1 ' II Dell
Nu. 1'1)1 havll1g Ill l'
llul11bc! ul 111 atlt:l1dil ll c'C.
hftv cub, alld II ICIf Dado;
will ;111l'11U Ihl' Reds-Sai l Dl l'l!11
Baseba ll ga l11 e al Ri vcrfl'\llll Sla-
diu m 011 Sunday. Sept. 17th .
The American Legion Post 6 ' 5
of Waynesvill e Gracioll sly Llo-
nated the money to fund the
bus fare for this even l .
The meeting was closed with
the letiring of the colors by the
Webel os.
New Deadline Schedule
The new deadline s(; heu ulc
for all news items will be no
later Ihan 5:00 P.M. Monday.
The deadline for ALL
tisi ng will be 10:00 A.M. on
Tuesday .
COMMENT
STIRS ACTION
A fund ' has been stall ed at
the Waynesville National Bank
to either repair or purchasc <J
new board for our a rca service
men.
Anyone who want s 10 donat e
Illay send their contributions 10
the Waynesville Bank in care lI"
the "Serviceman's Fund" .
Virginia Bunch and Mary
Bellman are in charge of Ihe
fund .
Waynesville PTO Membership
Drive Starts September 25
The WayneSVille PTO. memo
bership contest starts on Monday
September the 25th through Oc-
tober the 23rd.
A tree will be placed on each
door in the local school system.
A leaf will be added for new
members.
Join. Put a leaf on your
child's tree.
The winning room for ele-
mentary, Junior High, and High
School will receive a $5.00 prize .
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ous cyclists. Wheel to wheel year. With this, in mirid, bi.:y-:.
All increasingly common
sight on area country roads and
village streets, is the bicycle, and
a new of riders - . the
ilOd .,over crowd. Bicy-
is tht faStestgrowing sport
in the \:bont'ry: In 1971 , 8
miJIion bikes sold . - more
than the number sold in
I This bike boom has
given us an estimated 70 million
cYo1ists in. America. Much of
. the reaSl')ll for this recent rise
In , pop ulitr,ty be atttibuted
to : the automabilc , or f)10r BC-
to .cqnterrtpt for that
Ilytiro-carbph s.pewing beast, the
American In addition to
being the bicycle
has it ov/Jr'the car in that it is
times' energy.efficient as
the auto. This fact should not
be taken for the aut o-
mobile is responsible for more
than 25% of the United States'
energy consumption.
Interestingly enough, the bi-
cycle was a major contributor
to the invention of the auto-
mobile. The bicycle "craze"
reached its peak in the U.S. in
the 1890's. Nearly everyone
owned and rode a bike. The
League of American Wheclmen
membership in 1880 was arc
ported million. These were seri-
traffic on major bike routes in cling must be taken seriously.
1900 was not uncommon . . In Safety devices, are not adequate
Ohio alone there were listed for today's bike ri4er; nor are
thirty-four bicycle there adequate facilities, a pro-
turers. Of ' these Dayton's blem that is explored by
Wrig.ht Brothers used the bicycle the Warren County Park District.
as a springboard to greater A statement by Mark Twain
achievements.
summarizes today's situation
Baron Von Drais invented the rather well : "Get a bicycle.
cycle in 1816. but the name You will not regret it, .if you
" bicucle" was not applied until live." .
1869, when the vehicle received If you'd like ioformatlon or
a British patent. This ' cycle assistance the p'urchise,
had a very large wheel in front repair , .vr proper riding of a bi-
with a smaller real wheel. Many cycle, Bill and Barb Shriner, at
suprised cyclists sustained broken the Lebanon 'Can
and skinned noses after help. Proper 'car:e and maio-
flying over the handlebars as a tonance of .'is.essen-
result of that awkward arrange- tlal to safe tiii'iltg. riding
ment. 1880 brought the safety b exceUe.uf exefcjse, efficient
cycle with wheels of equal size. transportatiqri, 1.lfld fun ,- . \1ut
The 1900 U.S. Census re- take it :, '
ports that , "Few articles ever ".
used by man have ever created HAAVEVSIURQ': : ",
so great a revolution in 'social By .;e .. ..... ;'; .
conditions." Bicycles influenced ..... ..,-8t72 .
shorter skirts, better ' roads, the Friendship Baptist' Church to
invention of the automobile, as hold revival . .
well as innovatIOns in the pneu- The Friendship Baptist Church
matic tire, wire wheels, chain will hold a Youth Revival Sept.
drive difftrential gears, ball bear- 15, 16 and 11th at 7: 30 PM
ings, variable 'speec transmissions, nightly. Conducting the Revival
and others.
will be Rev. Fred Campbell, 21
Although the bicycle gave of the First Baptist Chun;)l of
way to the automobile in the Fairfield. The Young Apostles,
early 1900's, a trend to the eon- a singing group will assist.
verse is apparent today. The The Church has a new pastor
competition for space on roads James Brown formerly of Char
and streets has made bicycle leston, W. Va. He attended
riding a bit hazardous. The Beckley College in Beckley,
National Safety Council pre- West Voirginia. He took seminar .
dicts 880 bicycle fatalities this training at Central Baptist School
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in Cincinnati and also attended
Wright State University. His wife
is the former Ruth Comer of
Charleston, West Virginia, and
they have th ree children ages 21 ,
14and 13. r
Thursday night guests of Mrs.
Mary Willis were her three grand-
children from New York State.
In honor of Frank Turner's
birthday, Sunday guests of Mr.
& Mrs. Lewis Hoagland were Me.
& Mrs. Frank Turner and children
of Dayton and Mrs. Charlotte
Maloney of Vandalia.
Masters Tommy and Jeff
Haendel spent the weekend with
their grandp,arents Mr. & Mrs.
L. L. Haendel of Dayton camping
at Hueston Woods.
Mr. & Mrs. Ellison
and children spent the weekend
in Zanesville, Ohio.
Mr. & Mrs. George Wall re-
turned Tuesday from a three
week trip in the West. They
visited Virginia City, Montana,
Lewis & Clark Cavern State Park
in Montana, Grand Tetos Park
in Wyoming, Yellowstone Na-
tional and other points of in-
terest.
OES Past Matrons meeting
was held Wednesday night at the
home of Mrs. Doris Conley in
Wilmington. Cohostesses were
Mmes. Alma Plummer, Mary
Boerstler and Atba Andrew .
The reg,ular monthly board
meeting of the United Methodist
Church was held Thursday night
the Church.
Mrs. Charles Beck was on a
business trsp in Chicago Wednes
day and Thursday.
Mr. & Mrs. Lennert Henson
of Atlanta, Georgia, spent the
weekend with her father, Mr. &
ELVIS PRESLEY SINGS 8& SWINGS IN Mrs. Harold Gillam.
A "FRANKIE & JOHNNY"
NO
"FOLLOW THAT DREAM"
Mr. & Mrs. Jerry Brown and
Mr. & Mrs. (;harles Beck were
Sunday evening dinner guests of
Mr. cl Mrs. Thomas Haendel.
Mrs .. "'Jcatble.
The MIAMI GA
Second class postage paid at Waynesville, Ohiq .
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Vol.4 No.38 September 20, 1972 - Waynesville. Ohio
SCOUTS KICK OFF NEW SEASON
the:b::l!S take 'them the Cincinnati Reds. ball game
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tbe boyal Order of' Moose Lebanon Lodge 1291 from Lebanon. Amerkan Legion
Post 615 of Waynesville donated l'ack 40 Committee Chairman Dale Lander a check for $50,00 for the
bus .rental. , On hand to present the check to Lander was Child Welfare Officer Edwin Ramby and
615.Commander Herbert (Gene) Edwards,
Pictured are Scouts Dale Edwards, Pat Lander, Louie Lander and Robert Kronenberger ,
Dale Lander rt:ceivmg check from Ramby and Gene EJwards, -
Pack No. 40 kil'ked
off a new season of scout ing
with it s first meeting at Way
nesvill e Methodist Church on
Thursday evening, Sept. 14. Den
No , 2 opened the meeting with
the nag ceremony followed by
ari invocation by Rev, L. L.
Young, the Pac k sponsor.
The meeting was conducted
by member s of the new Cub
SCOllt Committee who were in-
troduced as follows : Dale Lander
Committee Chairman, Bill Madi -
son - Cubmaster , Walt er Rathweg
Awards Chairman. Dave Zeh -
Publi city Chairman . Sa ll y lan-
der - Secretary /Treasurer. Jud y
Kronenberger - Pr ogl :1111 Cha 11 -
man .
The Den Leader Coach ami
Den Leaders were also ple,ell'
ted : Sue Anderson - Dl.'n L,'adel
Coach . Jan Zeh - Lea d'::l. l)en I :
Carol Ghear ing . Leadcr. Dcn :.
Jo Edwards - Leader . De'n _'.
Marolene Fry Ll'ad er , Den 4 :
Jeanne Yonkers - Leadel , Den 5:
Susan White - Leader. Den 6.
Ron Kronenbergel and Dave
Brxb-y - 'wili . serve as Webelos
Leaders .
Cubscout s who wer.:: elevated
to the order of Webelos after
their tenth birthday were : Tim-
my Francisco, Ryan St aplet on,
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SHOPPiNG CENTER
SPORTING NEW SIGN
MONDA'Y NIGHT
The Waynesville P.T.O. meet-
ing will be held Monday night
at 7:30 in' the High School
gymnasium.
There will be an introduction
of teachers at the meeting.
The highlight of the evening
will be the entertainment by'
"Margo" the singing school
cher from New Carlisle who tn
real life is Mrs. Smith.
She accompanies herself on
the guitar. She IS also making
records and writes her own mu
sic.
Also on hand to entertain
HUlTman
playing the organ.
These two young people are
well known in the area.
A baby sitter will be furnished
for pre-school children.
There will be . refreshments
served. after the program.
The officers for the coming
year are President Mrs. Billie
James, First Vice President Mrs.
Carol Hatton, Second Vice Presi-
dent school superintendent Paul
Schwamburger, third Vice Presi-
dent Mrs. Judy Kier, Secretary
Mrs. Evelyn Pringle and Treasurer
Mrs. 'Claire Dunkin_
Single Copy IOc
Ga ry Howard . Darryl Sil.l'IllVl.'
and Chris Sn1l'ad.
Mike Andersun was prv ldl y
installed as D,' n Chll'!' and 1'11.' -
sc nt ed til l' 01.'11 ('Im'i" Cu, d.
Spring Round up Slides \VL' I t' pll' -
sen ted tu Stl.'I'C Andl'l SOil. Wa ynl'
Zell . and Mall I'll!
signing up new scout s.
Dcn leadcl patl'ilcs Wl'I'l' I' ll"
sent ed to kallne YlInJ..cls . Su-
san White and Jail Zl'Il . A
highlight wa s till' prl'Sl'ntatlll1l
of the th rce-Yl'al servicl' pill tll
Sue And ersoll fur hel faithful
se rvice to thl' den.
After all Ihl'
II'J " takcli PI". Ihl' ( ub,
\\l' le Icatl y Ill! 11111 . flr l' hall
' ''l lIpctlt lll ll \\<i' Will i 11) Ihl'
team of BI II,'C Il llga n .1 . ,1.'
MlL'J..L'1 II'PICSl'llling l)l'lI NI l I .
Til,' awa ld \\<.'111 III Ikll
Nu. fU I haVi ng tlr l'
IIl1lllbc'l 1)1 ;dult <; III atl lntl an(l'.
Fifl v (uh, and 11r l'1! Datl s
will altl.'nd tilt' Rl' tIs-Sall
Baseba ll gaillc at Rivcri"roll l Sta-
dium on Sunday . Sept. 17th .
nle Ameri can Legion Pust 6 15
of Waynesville Graciou:;ly do-
na ted the money to fund the
bus fare for this event.
The meeting was clused wi th
the retiring or the colors by tl1l'
Webel os.
New Deadline Schedule
The new deadline schedul e
for all news it ems will be no
later than 5: 00 P.M. Mund<J Y
The deadline for ALL advcl-
ti sing will be 10:00 A.M. on
Tuesday.
COMMENT
STIRS ACTION
A fund has been stalt ed at
the Waynesvill e National Bank
to either repair or purchase a
new board for our a rea servi ce
men.
Anyone who wants II) donate
may send their contributions to
the Waynesville Bank in care (I"
lhe "Serviceman's Fund" .
Virginia Bunch and Mary
Bellman are in charge of the
fund .
Waynesville PTO Membership
Drive Starts September 25
The Waynesville P.T.O. mem-
bership contest starts on Monday
September the 25th through Oc-
tober the 23rd.
A tl ee will be placed on each
door in the local school system.
A leaf will be added for new
members.
Join. Put a leaf on your
child's tree.
The winning room for 'ele-
mentary, Junior High, and High
School will receive a $5.00 prize_
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THE MIAMI GAZETTE
EVENING CLASSES

P . o . BOX 78. WAYNESVILLE PHONE 8 9 7 59 2 1
Mary Be llman
Phillip Morgan
The Va ll e y Shopper. Inc .
Editor
Adve rti sing Ma nager
Publishe rs
TO
The purpose of these classes
is to provide the student wi th
the basic skills necessa ry to func-
ti on successfull y in the home.
; on the job, or in the communit y.
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abilit y to read and to understand
Morrison
Lurie
Gallo
Gerson
Treehouse
The Running of Richard Nixon
The Night of Long Knives
The Sunday Heroes
THELMA SMITH
ARTIST OF THE MONTH
4th STREET WAYNESVILLE, OHIO PH. 897-4826
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SERVING ALL FAITHS
24 Hour Ambulance Service
STEVE CONNER - DIRECTOR
897-1:)966
185 N. Main. Waynesville
C.oke 8
160Z
Bottles
79C
Plus Deposit
JONES SERVICE
t'h. 897-5016
7 Days A Week.
'356 So. Main St.
O.
do basic arithmeti c. Dri ver
trai ning is offe red as an elective
for those enr oll ed in Adul t Basic
Educa tion. There is no charge
for thi s course except for the
act ual dr iving lessons, whi ch are
$5 .00 per hour .
The student Ill ay work for the
General Educati on Development
Football Officials Needed
The schools of Warren County
are in need of afternoon foot-
'ball offi cials fo r games involving
teams fr om Waynesvill e, Mason.
Little Miami , SOlU th Lebanon
and Kings Mills . Juni or High,
fr eshman and reserve teams will
be involved in these games with
two offi cial s to be used for most
games and thr ee offi cial s being
used for some reserve games.
This will be an excellent oppor-
tunity fo r new official s and in-
terested people to become in-
volved in a game enjoyed each
year by millions, become more
knowledgeable of the game and
rules of football and at the same
time be paid for offi Ciating.
For further information
please contact Robert Young,
Warren County Board of Edu-
:ation, 932-3851 or 933-3851
)r 683-3193.
Department Of
Highway News
State Highwa-y Director J.
Phillip Richley has a rproved ,
effective Sept. 12, abandonment
of portions of old Ohio 48,
old Ohio 73, old Ohio 122 and
old Ohio 123 in Warren County.
Abandonment'S were discussed
during department public hear-
ings at Lebanon for proposed
relocation of corresponding por-
tions of the and were to
be effective upon department
acceptance of the improvements
on new location and proper en-
try in the director's journal .
Affected sect ions:
Old Ohio 48, from a half
mile south of Turtle Creek-Un-
ion Rd. (TR 77) to the Main St.
:Broadway intersection in Leba-
non. Section reverts to the
county highway system.
Old Ohio 73 , from the North
St. to Main St. intersection in
. Waynesville, easterly through
Corwin to relocated Ohio 73,
east of Corwin. Section reverts,
. in part, to the county highway
system and, in part , to the
Waynesville and Corwin street
systems.
. Old Ohio 122, from .16 mile
southwest of Weisenberger Rd.
(TR 129) in Clear Creek Twp.
to .06 mile southeast of Weisen-
berger Rd. Section reverts to
the county highway system.
Old Ohio 123, from intersec-
tion with Hart Rd. in Turtle
Creek Twp. , !ioutherly to relo-
: cated Ohio 1 23 . Section re-
verts to the county highway
'$)Istem . '
(GE D) Certifi cate if he chooses.
Classes will be held on Tues-
Jay and Thursday frolll 6:30
p.m. to 9:00 p.m. beginning
Tuesday. Sept ember 26.
Sevent een credits, excluding
physical education, are required '
for graduation from Adult High
School. Credit s earned in other
accredit ed high schools may be
applied toward evening high
school graduat ion. An accre
dit ed hi gh school diploma is
awarded on graduation.
Classes are open to anyone
who is over sixteen yea rs of
age and who is not att ending
regular day school and can pro-
fit frolll further study in adult
SCOUT NEWS
Weblos will meet Tuesday
evening at 7:30 P.M. at the
United Methodist Church.
New Weblos leaders are Ron
Kronenberger and Dave Bixby.
Tuition' is $35.00 pel' unit of
credit fo r residents of Wayne
Local School Distri ct and $40.00
for student s out side the Wayne
Local School District. Registra-
ti on is $10.00. If enrollment
is twent y or more. total fees
will not exceed $15.00. There
will be a $ 5 .00 deposit for ma-
terials which will be refunded
when books are returned.
For fu rther information con
tact Andrew S. Churko. AE co-
ordinator . Adult Education Of-
fi ce . Waynesvill e Hi gh School.
Way nesvill e. Ohio 45068. Hi s
otTi ce phone is 897-7011 and
and hi s residence phone is 8c)7-
4091.
From left, Mr. and Mrs. Don Workman ofWaynesvllle, discuss
the Miss South Western Ohio padgent with Miss Carolyn Kramer
of Franklin.
The Warren County RepUblicans turned out in full force for
the third annual Warren County GOP Picnic held on Sunday,
September 10, 1972,.at Waynesville. More than 300 paid 'guests
attended.

Vacant - Move right in. Nice 3 bedroom Brick. ,in the C9UJltry .-
with full basement . : living room, .built in kitchen; 1.
All this on '% acre. Call Wanda Chattin 897-4736.
Waynesville
'Brand-new Spanish home in excellent location. 3 large bedrooms,
Family room, sunken dining room, living room with
fireplace. Yo 'acre, 2 car garage. More land available. Call Wanda
Chattin 8974736.
Lebanon North
Roomy Brick Ranch with 3 bedrooms, large 33' living room,
family room, 2 fireplaces, 2 baths. large lot in good neighbor-
hood. Call Wanda Chattin 897-4736.
Waynesville
Beautiful Brick ranch in tip-top shape. Out of town on 'h acre.
City gas, air conditioned with full basement. 3 bedrooms, large
living room, eat-in kitchen, carpeted. Call Wanda Chattin
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The MIAMI GAZETTE
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YOU'RE INVITED TO
ATTEND HOMECOMING SUNDAY
FERRY CHURCH OF CHRIST
CORNER OF SOCIAL ROW ROAD &
WILMINGTON PIKE
Schedule Of Activities
FIRST SERVICE 8:00 A.M.
BIBLE SCHOOL 9:15 A.M.
SECOND WORSHIP SERVICE 10:15 A.M.
BASKET DINNER IN FELLOWSHIP HALL 12:00
CHRISTIAN MESSENGERS QUARTET SINGING 1 :30
SPECIAL HOMECOMING SERVICE 2:00 P.M.
BUS WISEMAN SPEAKING
BUS WISEMAN SPEAKING
ARE YOU CONCERNED ABOUT YOUTH4?
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SO ARE WE
CHRIST WAY IS THE
ONE WAY FOR
YOUNG PEOPLE!
ONE WAY
BRING THE WHOLE FAMILY SUNDAY
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THE END OF YOUR SEARCH .
FOR FRJENDL BELIEVING CHURCH
. F.ify Chit r: c b 0 f C h r i s t
WOrship with us on the Lord's Day
Early Worship Service 8:00 AM
Bible School 9:15 (Classes for all ages)
Morning:W0rship 10:20 (Services for all ages)
Youth Moeting 6:00 PM - Evening Worship 7:00 PM
prayer Bible study Wednesday 7:30
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AROUND TOWN
WITH DAVE
by Dave Eaton
As I stand behind Mill
View Park's pizza count er ,
watching the cool rain and wait-
ing . .. waiting ... wai ting for
the first customer to dash in and
order thirty six pizzas, it occurs
to me that now would be a good
time to hunt-and -peck-out my
fir st column for the Miami
Sazette.
It' s all Mary Bellman's Idea.
She figured that, what with my
children's T.V. show, "fantastic
wit and unequal charm" . I
couldn't fail at keeping you on
the edge of yuur cuffee cups.
Oh yeah?
The truth IS, whi le winding
up an imprumptu one minut e
tuur uf the paper's uffi ces and
press room. I was gi ven the
chance tu scuop my fe lluw rca
ders by previewing a cupy of the
next issue. As Mar y. my
gUIde, passed up yet anuther ad-
ve rti sment , it struck her that
Waynesvill e's cunt ribut iun tLl
j()urnalism excell ence wa s fast
approaching a shuppi ng guide
with pr eciu us lillie spare de-
vo ted to news, views and the
stutl whi ch makes newspapers
news papers.
A shrewd businesswuman WIth
the ability to make snap execu-
tive decisiuns. Mary wasted lit tie
time in recruiting me as a col-
umni st. (Had you been standing
in the sa me place a t the sa me
moment , you'd probabl y be
writing thi s column instead of
me. )
Despit e her welcumed flat-
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fARM EQUIPMENT
Grain, fertilizer & stake bodies;
hydraulic hol.t.; pick-up .take
rack., tool boxes, bumper. & top .. .
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You can make your
back yard the envy
of the neighborhood
. . . have a patio .
t errace walk. lawn
benches and flow-
er bed curbing .. .
entertain around
an outdoor grill.
F un to do and
economical too.
with Sakr e t e
.. amixfor
eve ry type o f
job.
WAY N E S V I L LE
L UMBE R
'::OMPANY
Ph.
tery, I realized Dave Eaton cer-
tainly wasn't hired because of
his aJledged wit or charm, Ac-
tually , my price was right. What
I'm being paid and two cents
will purchase matches at any of
the nations foremost hotels.
Regardl ess , I felt truly obli-
gated to buy a new ribbon for
my typewriter when Mary , look-
ing for all the world like Marlon
Brando, solemnly planted her
hand un my shoulder and said,
"Dave , I'm going to make you an
offer you ca n't refuse ." But
enough 0(_ exposition.
What I sincerely hope to ac-
. 4_'. _ 1 -- 4,
The MIAMI GAZETl'E
complish with this periodic in
vasion into your mail box is
simple. From where I stand 3ft
the bottom uf the hill, I see
Waynesville . as a community
which lies in the middle of the
inevitable path of progress.
Sounds stuffy I know. but it's a
fact. It pleases many folks and
irks some. But the majority of
people, 1 think , are really un-
aware of the signposts.
Waynesville is and will con-
tinue to grow ... dramati cally.
Why am I so certain? Maybe
it's because 'I'm a newcomer and
don't take Waynesville' s assets
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for granted. Familiairity breeds
Maybe it's because of Ceasars
Creek Lake, Kings Island and
Waynesville' s increasing popula-
rity among young families luok
ing for the remaininl! vestiges of
our country's heritage. Maybe
it's because Waynesville sits
smack dab in the middle of two
major interstate highways con- .
nected by St . Rt. 73 .. . that
big business is purchasing land
near the Village. Maybe it's be-
cause there's a move on for his-
torical zoning to preserve what
can't be replaced. Maybe it's the
rising migration to Waynesville
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FROM LEBANON:
Take route 48 north to
V2 mile beyond the
race track, turn left on
Lawndale and follow
the signs to models.
FROM MIDDLE-
TOWN : Take route
122 east to route 48
south, turn right on
Lawndale and follow
signs to models.
FROM FRANKLIN
AND SPRINGBORO:
Take route 73 east to
route 48 south, turn
right on Lawndale and
follow signs to models.
Phone: 932-7852
BUILDERS Of
More families live in National Homes
l.E.I than any other homes in the world.
Heights
Bring this coupon with you and we'll give you a free BAR-B-QUE GRILL!
Just for visiting Corwin Heights, you receive a free Bar-B-Que Grill with no
obligation. We know you'll find it useful as you enjoy the leisure time you'll
have once y'ou move to a new worry-free home; waiting for you at Corwin
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- Seetember 20, -1972
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,Art Show At Festival
. An art show will De netQ al
Waynesville Third Annual Saijer
kraut festival on October 14th
in downtown Waynesville.
The show begins at 9:00 A.M.
according to an announcement
by Mrs. Doris Conner Chairman
of the event.
All artists are welcome and
there will be different categories.
There will also be cereamics.
Ribbons will be given. We
will have a Jist of the categories
next week.
The show will be held at the'
WaynesviJle Furniture and gift
shop.

WhaJ about living I
while It's
being repaired?
Sure. fire damages in your
mobile home can be repaired.
Insurance will take care of that.
But what about living expenses
elsewhere, while they fix It?
It can all be down In black
and white In our Mobile
Homeowners Policy so that we
would pay those additional
IIvlrig expenses while repairs
are being made. Yes, it's
altogether more than just fire
Insurance! Home, contents,
personal liability and many
!'fIore coverages are altogether
now In one convenient policy.
Give us a call.

'The
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INSURANCE AGENCY
Ph 897-4956
or 897-6011
23 S. Main
Waynesville, Ohio
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Dale
Book
The New Century Club will '
meet at ' I :30 P.M'. Friday at the '
Town Square Restaurant in
Washington Square.
HOSPITAL NEWS'
Mrs. Imo Bradley is again
confined to Miami Valley Hos
pital in Dayton. Her room
number is 547B. She would
. appreciate cards and letters from:
her family and friends. Lets
all remember her with cards and
prayers during her stay.
Waynesville Republican
Headquarters Open
Mayor James Crane of Way
nesville officiated at ribbon cut
ting ceremonies on Thursday
evening, September 7, marking
the official opening of the Way
nesville headquarters of the cam
paign to re-elect the President.
The Waynesville headquarters
is located on South Main Street
and will be open through No
vember 6. Many Waynesville
residents are involved in the
campaign, including, Gordon
Lamb, Waynesville chairman,
John and Carl Engel, county
youth co-ordinators and Barbara
Irons, election day chairman.
Members of the Nixon com
mittee who attended the opening
include AJice Fred, manager ,
Zola Kindred, county phone
chairman, Barbara Clark, Leba
non headquarters chairman, and
Melissa Humphrey, Franklin
phone chairman.
Local candidates present for
the opening included John KiI
burn candidate for sheriff, Ro
bert South, candidate for com
missioner and Dr. Harry Cornett ,
candidate for commissioner.
Mrs. Fred said that the com
mittee will be opening addi
tional offices in Franklin and
Mason soon.

I
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The Waynesville office wiII be
open weekdays from 10:00 A.M .
to 5:00P.M.
SUPERFLAME
HEATERS
GAS, Oil, COAL & WOO
AUTOMATICAl y.
,CONTROlED HEAT
. FAIRLEY.
HAR.DW ARE-
.. ,r
The MIAM1 GAZETTE'
Little Miami Inc. Receives
$20,000 donation
a $20,000 donation, the larg
est single contribution to Little
Miami Inc., will be used pri
marily for buying land to help
preserve the Little Miami river.
The LMI executive board ac
knowledged the gift at its meet
ing Wednesday night and ear
marked $15,000 to land acqui
sition and $5,000 to a reserve
for emergencies.
The board passed a resolut ion
thanking the donor , Daniel T.
Gleason of Wilmington, and
named him an honorary board
member.
In a letter accompanying ahe
gift , Gleason said the money
represents nearly aU of a recent
inheritance from his late aUlnt ,
Katherine Bergin.
The 45-year-old high school
history teacher, currently on a
leave of absence for graduate
work, said he learned about the
activities of Little Miami Inc.
through articles in the Dayton
Daily News.
"I am personalIy happy that
I am able to help in the work of
protecting our natural heritage
which Little Miami Inc. is carry
ing forward so effectively."
Gleason said.
I
"My aunt loved the out of
doors and fresh air, and through
out her life she was useful and
helpful to others. It seems to
me that taking an active part in
preserving the river for people is
a fitting memorial to her." \
Board member Glenn Thomp I
son praised Gleason "for waring ,
our devotion to preservation of
the great natural resource we
think the Little Miami is. "
Culter said every dollar con
tributed by private sources for
The Board Meets
The Wayne Local Board of
Education met in regular session
SepUI and conducted the fol
lowing items of business:
The Minutes of the previous-
meeting and the Monthly Fi
nancial Report were approved as
presented by the .cIerl<.
The board approved the pro.
posed refinish project of the
high school gymnasium floor -
This project will be financed by
' funds from the general con
tractor who was responsible for
installing the floor.
Students to attend Ohio
School Boards Convention at
Columbus in November. Four
students will be selected from
the high school to represent
the Wayne Local Board. The
theme for the convention this
year is "Students". This should
give the students an opportu-
nity to get some insight into
various phases of school orga
nization and operation.
Mr . Pack, the high school
principal, has submitted the stu
dent handbook for the boards
edification and consideration.
The supplemental duty assign
ments as presented by the super
intendent were approved.
The following individuals were
presented for employment and
'were approved: Mrs. Gail Pack,
to teach science in the 7th
gr ide for one-half day. Mr .
Clyde Lamb as Bus MechaJ'llc.
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Girl Scouts Appoint Director
river preservation will be matched
by three dolIars in state and
federal money.
He urged the organization's
fundraisers to continue their
efforts to obtain donations to
pay IMI operating expenses.
"Just because we get a wind
fait like this , it should not ail e
viate the responsibilities of our
three area councils from meeting
their quotas for our budget ,"
Culter said .
Mrs. Robert Haley (Kathleen)
has been appointed Girl Scout
Field Director for eastern Cin
cinnati , and Franklin County,
and northwest Warren County
according to Miss Barbara
O'Byrne. Executive Director of
the Great Rivers Girl Scout
Council
Mrs. 'Haley's distri cts will in
c1ude Mt. Washington : Anderson
Newtown; Wooster ; Mat eria ; In
dian Hill ; Pioneer and Hopewell.
Mrs. Haley att ended Webster'
(Continued on Page 8)
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140 So. Main St. Waynesville, Ohio
Phone 89755 II Open 6 Days a Week 9-5
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WAYNESVILLE
Church of Christ
Third & M i a m i Street\
P , k:, Ed' '' 'C J, \t
IO ' OOa ,n Su n o l, M o , nlr1G
6 30 O,m, SIr n a E\lcn ll ' Y
6 JO o.m, Wedr OJ, r .... en , nQ
8 1)7 ... 4(, 2 ' I , n l o r mc11 tO n
First Baptist Church
N o rtn Ma in St,et: '
l o h n P , ( .. H OOrne. Pa')t o r
IO OOd . rn Sun Od yScnOo.
11 00 d.n . MOl n, ng WOf., n p
() 100. nl T 'd , nny U n,on
/ JO D. p , l .... enlnq Wo, p
I 3 0 u .rn 'NC d nr\ Oay n' <l Y(!'
MCC tHlq
ll ll tl, dl'C wdh SlJldhC11l E:j,jp-
. "I ("'l ,,(''' lilln)
First Church of Christ
89/4786
Bi bl e School 9 : 0 0 A.M.
Wo" hlp . 10 : 00 A.M.
Evenlnq 7 : 00 P.M.
Friends MeetinQ
Fourth StfP.ct ned. Hi gh
9 : 30 a.m. ' SunddY SChOOl
10: 45 a. m. ' Sun da y Meeting f o r
WOn,hrp ( un pr ogr amed)
St. Augustine Church
HIgh Street
Re v. J ose ph H. Lutme" Past o r
7 a. m. & 1 1 a. m, . Masses
8 d.m. & 8 p.m .. H Ol y Days
7 : 30 p.m . . Forst Froday
7 : 45 a.m. ' Dally Mass
5 : 30 . . Sa t ur day Mass
St. Mary's Episcopal
Church
T hird & Main Strcets
Rev . HarOld Deet h. Rector
11 : 15 a. m . . Morn ing
1st . 3rd & 5th Sun days ;
H oly Communi on 2nd & 4th
Sundays
United Methodist
Church
hlrd & Nort h Streets
. Young, Ministe r
..1 : 00 a. m. ' ChurCh SChOOl
10: 15 a. m.' C hUi Ch st WOr Ship
6: 00 p. m. ' J, . & S, . Youtn
F ellowshiP
Tht! Full Gospel Tabernacle
R . 3 . Ferry Rd .
Rev. Sherman COOk. Past or
10: 30 a. m .. Su nday Sc haal
7 : 00 p.m. SUh' da y Eve. Service
7 : 30 p.m, WedneSday Eve.
Service
7 : 30 p . m . Sat. Eve. Serv ice
First Church of God
49 S. Main C;trcct
Car l A . Pierce
9 : 30 a. m . . Sunday Sc hOOl
10 : 30a. m. M urnlnq Worsr.lr'
6 ' 30 p . m Yout n FellOWShiP
! : 0 0 D. nl . . Sunda v e ven I n Q
7 : 00 c .rn . ' w ednesd.lY e veni ng
CORWIN
Pentecostal Holiness
Church
Walter L. Lamb, Past o r
10: UO a.m. Sunda y
7 30 p. m .. Su nda y. WedneSda y
and Sa t u rda y Evelling
Wo rSh ip Services
7 : 30 D. m, wednesda y You I h
Sf'! Vice
MT. HOLL Y
United Methodist
Church
Qev . LeoncH d Ba)(ter
9 : )0 a. m. Su,.day Schaal
11 00 t'I . m . Sunda y Worship
Se, \,lIce
7 30 D. m. WedneSday, Prayer
Ser v Ic e
HARVEYSBURG
Friendship Baptist
Church
Southern Baotlst Conventi o n
James Brow n, Pastor
9 : 30 a. m .. 5unday Schaal
10: 30 a. m .. Sunday Morn i n g
WOr'io h lp
7: 3 0 p.m . . Sunday Evening
Servi ce
7: 30 p.m. Wednesday Mi dweek
Praye, and B,ble Study
Jonahs Run Baptist
Church
OhiO 73 East
10: 00 J. m .. Sun day Schaul
10: 00 & 11 : Oo.a. m .. Sunday
Serv Ice
7 : 30 O. m . . Sunday EvenIng

United Methodist
Chur'ch
DaV i d Harper, Pastor
.. Sunda y Chu'cn
Servi ce
10:30 a. m.' Sunday Sc haal
1 1: 00 . m .. Sun da y WO'Sh , p
Servi ce
Yout h FCllowsn l p BlblC
5tud y
Harveysburg Full Gospel
Church
Rev . JaC k Hamil t on. Past e"
7: 30 p . rn T uesda v
7 ' JO 0 'n. F r 0.1\ ' Y e li lHI
Peo ple's Se \,I ' C'
10. 00 .\ . ' ll .. S un ddV Sr l1 0('l
7 : 00 P. IT"! .. SunOity E.VC1l 1l101
SPRING VALLEY
United Methodist
Church
Wa lnut V nt!
RObert R . MCledl l h, Pas t ol
9 30 a.m. Sunday Scho-.I
10 30 it . m .. M or ni ng Wa rSl lip
6 : 30 o. m . YOU I n FC IIOWSh l P
Jr . High & Sr . H .gh
7 ' 45 p.m. We d .1C'iodav"::hotr
Renear sal '
Spring Valley Church
of Christ
Gi ddy Street
10 . 00 a . ln . Mo rning WOI Sh l n
700 p. m . Even rng Worsn , p
1i . 00 p.m. WedneSday E ven,nq
Spring Valley
Friends Church
Mound Street
E. Frten o Couse, . Pa stor
9 30 a. m . Sunday SChOOl
10: 30 a . m . . M o rning Worsh 'D
Christian Baptist Mission
Main Street
Mrs. LO iS Dunaway. Pastor
lOa. m .. 5unday Schaal
II a. m .. Morn ing Worshi p
7 : 30 p. m .. E ven ing Worship
7 : 30 p. m. Prayer Meet i ng
Wednesday & Thursday
7 : 30 p. m . Song. fest . Last
Saturday each month.
The MIAMI GAZETTE
DODDS
Free Pentecostal Church
of God
R. R. 122 DOdds, OhiO
Pastor, James Coffman
10: 30 a. m .. Sunday School
7: 00 p. m .. Sunday EV<lngelistic
Service
7: 30 p. m. We dnesday Prayer

LYTLE
United Methodist
Church
John K. Smith,
9 : 30 a. m .. Sunday Sc hOOI
10: 30 a. m .. Sunday Wo, sh, p
Service
8 : 00 9 : 00 p. m. Wednesda y
E. ven l ng. Bibl e Study
CENTERVI LLE
The Centerville First
Pentecostal Church
17) E. F'ankl,n Stree l
RelY N o r veil. Pasl u r
Gene Bicknell, Ass'l,
t o : OO a . m . ' S"n dJ Y
7 : 00 p. m. Sunday f vetllll q
7 : )0 p. n1 .. I IICtlll)(1
GENNTOWN
Genntown United Church
Of Christ
RC'lI t c -1 2.lt G cn nl"wl1
4 J \ Sl ll ' '''CI. P,l\t O'
9 JO J In .. Wd. 'itl.p Sl.' f Vll.l'
1030 SUnO.lY ( .".,( 11 5l "UOI
000. 111 . . SlllldJY Y {lI tt r l
r\. I IOwSI1 IO
FERRY
Ferry Church of Christ
W,Iming t OIl Pike &
SOC ial Ro w Road
Bus Wi se man,
8:00 a. m. Early Worship Service
9 : 15 a.m. Bible School
10: 15 a. m . Morning Worship Service
10: 15 a.m. Sunday Youth Worship
6 : 00 p.m. Youth Meeting
7 : 00 p.m. Evening Service
7 : 30 p.m. Wednesday Midweek
Prayer and Bible Study
RIDGEVILLE
Ridgeville Community
Church
51. RI. 48 & L ower
Sprtngboro Roa d
Ra y L. Shelton, Past f. r
9 : 30 a. m . . Sunda y Sc. hoOI
1'0: 45 a.m . . Morning
7: 30 P. m . . .
Service
7:30 p.m. Wedn e sday E vening
service
5:30 P.rn. Sunday Sr . You th
Recreation
6 : 30 p.m. Sunday S,. 'y outh
Services
ThiS Church Page Is Sponsored For You Through The Courtesy Of The"Foliowing Area Merchants
WAYNESVILLE NATIONAL BANK ELLIS SUPER VALU
WAYNESVILLE, OHIO
WAYNESVILLE. OHIO
MIAMI GAZETTE
September 20, 1972
. .
DEATHS
Mrs. Martha F, Sauter, age 53.
ofSett lemier Rd. , Oregonia. died
suddenly Friday at the Colony
Square Shopping Center in Le
banon. She is survived by hus
band Bernard J" 4 daughters .
Mrs. Melva Walkendorf of Cin
cinnat i, Mrs. Molly Johns of Ket
tering, Mrs. Diane Stacy of Mid-
dlet own . Mrs. Martha Horseman
of Maryland. 3 sons Jack of
Middl etown. Jerry and Randy
M. both at home. 3 brothers
Leon Pennington of Michigan .
Ralph Pennington of Tennessee,
Don Pennington of Newark.
Ohio, and 13 grandchildren.
Funeral services 1:30 P.M,
,Monday at Stubbs-Conner Fu
neral Home, Waynesville. Rev.
L. l. Young officiated int er n
ment at Miami Cemetery in
Corwin, Ohio.
Mrs. Mollie Kitchens, age 84
of State Route 73 \Jest of Way
nesville . died Sunday at Clint an
Memorial Hospital. She is sur
vived by 4 daughters. Mrs. Bunie
Rowe of Waynesville . Mrs. Ruby
Stubblefield 01' Michigan. Mrs.
Katie Carpenter of Kentucky.
Mrs. Addie Ludlow of Alabama .
one son Brilliant B. Kitchens of
Waynesville II grandd1ildren.
and 8 great grandchildren.
Funeral services at P.M
Wednesday at Stubbs-Conner 0'
Way nesvi ll e. Rev. Joh n Osborne
officiat ed internment at Miami
Valley Memory Gardens at Cen
terville, Ohio.
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UNITED TELEPHONE
COMPANY OF OHIO
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September 20, 1'972
,t WANTADS'
HAVE SELL POWER
: F<>R SALE
FOR SALE - 12" gi rl 's bi cycle
fair conditi on - S5 - 897-6021
,after5:00P,M, 38nctf
'69 OLDS Cutl ass Supreme -
excel cond 897-4806 38ctf
SPEED QUEEN wringer washer
$20 - 4 man rubbe r li fe raft $55
$40 sports coats for $6 . gained
weight and ca n' t wear wizc 3ti R
pants 30-31 - wash & WCar - girl's
and boyLs snow suit es size 3 for
$2.50 - pair or insulat cd boots
sizc <) $15 - Mens pant s 33-30
all kinds . old 9X 12 rugs $3,50
no hules . Austin Hcal ey Sprit e
windows, fair shape, $10.00 .
right dour $ 5 for Spritc . Phone
897-6021 aft er 5:00, 341nc
FOR RENT
DELUXE Office space 450 sq.
ft.X 850 Sq. ft. . w/w carpet
air cond - panell ed wall s 897
7886 37ctf
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j
SlIble Island is known as "the
I of the Atlantic. "
Adult Classes Offered
In Warren County
. Free adult education classes
are being uffered this year to
anyone living in Warren County
and surrounding counties, The
program is sponsored by the
Warren County Board of Edu-
cation. Robert Young is the
coordinator for the program.
Evening classes will be held
. ' in Lebanon , Franklin, Waynes-
. ville, South Lebanon and the
Lebanon Correctional Institut e,
Adults must be sixteen years or
older and have not completed
high schooL Students from non-
readers to high school levcl may
attend. Basic subjects such .as
English. reading, math & social
studies will be stressed . How-
ever, in some centers. arts and
crafts, physical education, con-
. sumer economics. typing,-short-
hand and driver training will be
included.
The basic subjects are de-
signed to prepare the student to
take the General Educational
Development test given by the
Ohio State Departments of Edu-
cation. The student will be
given a high school equivalency
certificate upon successful com-
pletion of the GED examination.
This certificate is recognized by
employers as a high school di-
ploma and most colleges. uni-
versities and technical schools
will accept it as a high school
diploma.
HELP' WANTED
HELP WANTED - Recepti onist
10 do light bookkeeping & typing
part time day huur s - apply in
per son Miami Gazelle , 105 S.
Main , Waynesville , Ohio. 38tfnc
CLEANING LADY - general
house work 897 742 1 38c I
NOTICES
FEELING FAT? Weigh t Wat
chers is where it s at. Juin us
now. Tuesday 7:00 P.M. Fri ends
Meeting Hall Cor ner uf 4th and
High . 38c l
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AUCTIONS
AUCTION: Sat. , Sept. 23 - II
A,M. - 441 3 Social Row Road
Antiques - fold out ca mper -
household goods - items suitabl e
for Flea Market Operat ors - Auc-
tioneer Ed Pottinger 885-7364
Lee Bail ey 898-2468 38c I
GARAGE SALES
GARAGE SALE: clothing
dishes and many other items
priced reasonable - Thursday all
day - Bellman's on North Fifth
Street 38c Inc
.WANTED
,
. WILL 00 baby sitting in evening
8.97 -6624 38cl
WANTED Babysitting in my
home - by hour or day - Phone
897 -6021 - ask for Jean Hill
3-'ctf

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heart of a hummingbird
beats 20 times faster than a
human heart . I
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Annual Meeting of Warren
County Farm Bureau
The annual meeting of tht
Warren County Farm Bureau
was held at the Lebanon High
School cafeteria Saturday even-
ing. Sept. 16. Pres. Myron
Baker chaired the meeting of
nearly 100 farm people. At the
business session Earl Gorsuch
was named delegate to the Ohio,
Farm Bureau convention to be'
. held in Columbus, Ohio, in
October with Jim Cobb as al -
ternate.
Trustees elected for the en-
suing year were as follows : Bill
Phillips, Hamilton Twp.; Earl
Gorsuch. Harlan Twp. ; Mrs.
Leisz, woman trustee-at-Iarge;
Charles' Stiles, trustee-at-Iarge;
Don DeSiersey, Massie Twp. ;
Charles Groocey, Salem Twp.;
John Elam. Turtlecreek Tw.p. ;
Roy Furnas, Wayne Twp. ; Chris
Hisey youth representative.
The MIAMI
Sell-it
Item, under th" hel d."I, I'. ru"
free lind mllY fun up to 4 week'
.. "lell Sre .dl blan .. on
I"',
DEXTER Roll er Skat es bla.:k .
size 6 - I 0 - 2 boy' s CPO
S3 each bird cage & stand $10
Black swivel chair S I 0 . electrIC
cor n popper $3.50 Helena Cur
tis hair dryer S35 . Cub Scout
clot hes H97-5604 3H
F REI:: . Wanted - ni ce home 1 ur
sl11all female Shepherd I yr old
897758 1 3X
TWO 14" 5 lug & snuw
tires . all for S I 0 . une gas
hea ter 65000 BTU - like new
$75 . one gas heater 20000 BTU
like new $40 - new albums Clas-
sic & big time bands $1 each
897-2627 38
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1000 GALLON oil tank $75
at Mt. Holly 1862-4 159 37
3 PI ECES SAMSONITE luggage
silver gray - Silouette design .
PI .. : 7
Sell.it
I ill II I hl.ll ll.. I" I,,v. \\ 111i .1' you WIIldd 1, l.. l III \l'l' II
.II'l'l,11 III l i n' " \1' 11 11" 1 ,, 111 11111 1111 ' " , 1l11 1I11 I, lI'sl'rvl'd l'iI
Ih1l 1-\ " llll111 I , I, II . 1" II ,ll l' 111 " IVl dll ,d, " II" 1\11 11"11\\ 111l1 , t hI'
p" ..- ,' J . fill S SI'l llll' 1\ I RI I 11 "1 11 Illl' C ,l l l ' lll' :-.J .. ph""'" ..- ;d"-
AlI .IJ, ,.dkJ I II \\d l .IIII" III .III, .dl<. c:" 111111 1' el.l " lt'l l " '\d,
JIIJ \\ill he ... 11 .l l gl'd HIIII C: ,' I 111.111 1111 , hl.lll l.. Willi
I II till' G,l /l' tt , 11i'I'''-' ' 1' . O. II" , W.I\ Ill',v llk. 0111 , 1
r opy
PHONE NUMBER ____________ _
Vour name and address shuuld a.:company your ad fur ullr tiks.
It does not need to be publi shed.
I-IAND jet whirlpool therapy
used 2 times - $15 . Baby' s
swing-omatic with ca nopy rarely
used:$ 10 897-692 1 35
DINETTE sct . Formica tabk
'6 -chairs . 3 yrs old . -
8l}7-2640
33
\
compJete set $50 . orig $133 . -AK- C Poodl es . 2 fe mal es and
26' men' s twu suit er $30 (was one mal e. Females both bl ack,
1965 PONTIAC 3X'I eng
Hurst 4 speed pusit ra et ion
end - mag wheel s asking $500
will accept trail bikc in trade for
part uf payment . tiCJ7 -4134
$55) - 21' men's ove rnight L:ar mal e brown _ $60 each . ca ll
ryon $20 (was $43) . woman' s 897-2876 35
overnight train case $15 (was
$35) - call 897-4046 37 1967 Dodge RT - 440 MAGmo-
AKC registered St . Bernard -
mal e - free to good home - large
Swiss type - gentle - beautifully
marked - call 897-5474 evenings
37
1967 HONDA CB 450 - $400 -
J 962 Honda Dream bored to
350 cc - $315 - 897-2143 36
20 REG Duroc hogs all ages -
8972143 36
Gas Shortage Cause
Price i Hike
There is a shortage of na
IUr al gas and prices may gu up.
To protect the reliability of ser
vice to present customers. DP&L
has adopted the foll owing pro
cedures authorized by the Public
Utilities Commission of Ohio.
(I) Only those new loads
for which a firm service com-
mitment has been made , and
which are connected in accor-
dance with procedures of PUCO
will be served.
(2) Present customers are
limited in their use of gas to the
amount required for normal op-
eration of presently inst alled
equipment.
The demand for natural gas
has increased. Over the years,
while prices of most other com-
modities have cI.imbed steadily
upward, the of natural gas
tor - 4 speed . power steer ing
power brakes . new tires wi th
mags - price $950 . Middletuwn
424-3009 34
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RUBBER RAFT - 2 . man . air
pump- aluminum paddles - needs
a patch - $10 - 897-271 2 34
FOR SALE . 5 acre home sit e
with ni ce view - I miles north
of Waynesvill e - 325 ft road
frontage - $10,000 . Phone 897- '
34
to encourage mure exploratilln.
fhe end result will be that the
consumer will pay more as na-
tural gas prices come in line wi th
other fuels.
In additi on to efforts un the
national level, DP&L IS tak ing
steps to assure an adequate
supply for it s customers. The
company is building al,other fa
cility for mixing liquified pe
trol eum (LP) gas with natural
gas. During peak usage, the com
pany mixes LP gas with natural
gas. DP&L has a huge cavern
to hold and store propane and
three above ground storage faci o
lities. The fifth facility , un
Derby road near Dayton, will be
completed this fall.
DP&L will also continue tu
inform customers on ways tu
conserve on their heating bill s
this winter.
33
FOOTBALL shoes Nylon cleat s
I pair hi -tops - I pair low $4
a pair gd cond . 933-7156 or
932- 1218
33
FOR SALE - Fender precision
Bass with hard shell case $150
Call 897-592 1 8 am 10 5 pm .
897-4056 evenings - ask for Cliff
----.ll
HUFFY Riding mower . 7 HP
elect ri c start . $175 . Ph . 897-
51 22
33
Ridgeville Christian School
The Ridgevill e Chri stian
School Buard announCL:S an in
crease in enrollment of IIvcr
last year's enrollment. P, esent Iy
165 st udL: nt s arc L: IHuli eLi in prL:'
school through bt h grade pm
gram. Student s frum 26 d1l'
ferent churches and 15 dilTc rcn t
denuminatiuns arc represent ed .
Enrollment is lI pen to all
dcnb regardless of race , del\lInll'
nation, ur natural origin .
Recently the board hil ed Mrs .
Miriam Taylur uf Curbin, Ken
tucky . Taylor graduated
from Cumberland Cullege. She
hulds a standard Ohio teaching
certificate and will be teaching
in fourth and fifth grades. Her
hubbies include sports and dra
matics. Her husband is Wayne
Taylor of Waynesville , Ohio and
currently they reside in Middle-
town where Mr. Taylor is work
ing on his master's degree.
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has been kept artificially low by
Federal government regulation. r-
Use of this premium fuel, at a
bargain price, has increased!
greatly in competition with other I
fuels.
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Government price regulation
has failed to provide incentives i
for the exploration and develop-l
ment of new gas sources. Thus,
reserves are being depleted. II
DP&L is a " retailer" of na-
tural gas, purchasing the fuel I
from pipeline companies.
S3
00
annual
subscriotlon
o NEW o
THE MIIMI 6IZET'E
P.O. BOX 78
WAYNESVILLE, OHIO 45068
,
RENEW
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Training received through
adult education classes in Ohio
in 1970-1972 produced a poten-
tial savings to the state of more
than $1 million annually.
Through adult education some
.475 adults were able to dis-
continue their dependence on
public welfare.
For further :information con .
tact , .Robert(:, Young, ; Warren
. ' ColUlt}', Bdlra' ot. .Edl;K:itio'o.
After a report of county Farm
Bureau activities by Jerry Os-
born, Pres. Baker introduced the '
speaker, Mr. Dave Umstrom,
Asst. Director of Agriculture,
state of Ohio, who explained
,that the Ohio dept. of Agri
culture is only' a regulatory a- .
geney for agriculture - the largest,
stDgle industry in Ohic?:. ..
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The entire gas industry is I
looking for new ways to solve 11
the supply problem. The FPC
has revised somelwhat, and may .:1_.
fwther. its p'ic\\ ng policies
NAME
ADDRESS
CITY
DATE ____ ._
STATE
PHONE ______ . __ . L
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by Richard Workman
President Nixon has issued a
proclamation designating Satur-
day , Sept ember 23, 1<) 72 as Na -
ti onal Hunt ing and Fishing Day.
In pursuit of thei r sport . hun-
ters and anglers spent over
$230,000,000 last year for con-
servation and wildli fe restoration.
Locally, the Warren County
Conservation Associati on is plan-
ning an all day open house at
their conservat ion and nature
cent er. Hob Camp is a I 13
acre wi ldl ire and recreati on pre-
serve located un State Rout e 123.
four miles east of Lebanon.
The public is invit ed and thc
foll owing activities are planned
for your enj oyme nt :
I . Casting and fishing con
tests with pnl.es furnished by
the Cortl and Line Cumpany. The
fi shing bke b being re-qocked
especi all y ror thi s day.
2. Field Trial. mulZle loader
and gun safety demun, tra tions.
3. Conservation and Nature
exhihih With cduca til lila l hand-
oub .
4. Natule Walks an d pussi ble
hay ride,.
S. Outdool II lovies ill the
evelll il g. weather pernll tling.
6. \J ume ru u5 (lt her llut UUI I[
activi t ie, .
Yuu are invited to hl lng yo ur
fami ly and a' pi cni C lunch and
share a day in the uut of
wi th uther Warr l: n Count y
Sport smen.
The Dayt on chapt er of Ducks
Un li mi ted. a conser vat ion-or ien-
t(!d sport smen's organizatiun, has
scheduled their annual dinner
for Tuesday. September 26,
1972 , at the Morai ne Country
Club. This, the second annual
dinner will mean an enjoyable
eveni ng wi ' h duck hUi1ters anu
other sport smen. The
llt'fer\ dour pfl/es. a raffl e. and
an aUdi on. with shutgum and
an Eastern Shore hUliti ng triP
among th e pr lles. Mar k thi s
date un your calendar and help
Ifl the eflllrt to preserve wild -
life habitat and preserw the
sport. Tickets may be obtained
by Wi lti ng thi s coluliln . 'i? The
Miami Ga7.et te.
Last Monday I1 lght . select
IllL'mber s I II Little Miami . Inc.
attended ;1 special pre-premiere
ShlllVlll g III (' IIlL' innall or Ihe
lll11vie . .. Delivcra nee" . Thl' film
was set on a wil d II Vcr in Georgia
that is bei ng destl oyed hy the
constructi oll of a dam (sound
familia f'l4 )_ Fo ur
armed With ca noes set Oll t til
ride tillS beautiful wild strCIITI
while it still lives. The human
drama that ensues is exhilaratlll g.
alarming . disgusting. and frigh-
tening. The film is rated loR"
but all the "raw" part s arc a
rea l part or the story , and es-
sential tu the reality of the
drama .
Reminder : With the political
pot boiling, wat :;h carefully for
what '"the candidates say about
natural resources and the envi-
ronment.
Opfm letter ToT elephone
Subscribers
At approximately 2:0 I a.lll ..
Sunday morning, September 17,
the new Lebanon exchange was
pl aced into service. The switch-
ing equipment is of the most
modern design and represent s
an investment of approximately
S2. 3 million . In addition , the
swit chboards used by the opera-
tors wer e replaced with new,
modern, push-button positions
call ed Traffic Servi ce Desks.
I am the first to recogni ze
huwever, that t his will not solve
all of the tel ephone problems
faci ng our customers. For exam-
pie , as is true with any new
equipment , a shake-down period
is necessary. There will be,
hopefully, a minimum number
of tro ubl es which will occur
immediately after placing this
new equipment into service. We
ha ve a full complement of main-
tenance personnel standing by
tu rectify these problems in the
peri od possible. Natu-
rall y, we wo uld appreciate any
custome rs experiencing diffi culty
tu con tact us immediately either
th ro ugh repair servi ce or the
buslncss offi ce.
The second poi nt , whi ch I
feel shoul d be noted, is that the
new, modern equi pment will not
neccssaril y olve all telephone
pwblems. For example.
the kngtli uf lime it takes to
install a new telephone wil l not
be affected by the provision of
.thi s new equi pment. It is rather ,
a respunsibility of management
to properly schedule installation
personnel to meet reasonable
due da tes for the installation
of new service and other changes
in a cust omer ' s present service,
such as the connection of an
extensiun or the move of a tele-
phone from one location to ano-
ther within the home.
After the shake-down period,
whi ch may be approximately
tell to twe nty days, the number
uf troubl es occuring in our new
swi tching equipment should be
substantially less than occurred
in the old equipment. It should
bC recognized , however, that
truubles due to cable and wire
fa cilities may still m:cur and
that our obj ective is to put all
plHl nes that go out or se rvi ce
hack int o service III no more than
24 hours. Ir such troubles are
reported before 5 :00 p.m. , it
is our goa l to piace such
phune back int o service before
midnight tlie same day.
Thl: investment in this new
equipment represent s approxi -
mat ely $ 1.5 million . The new
building huusing this equipment ,
including the new central office
eq uipment , represents an invest-
ment of approximately $840,
000. The installation of this
new equipment will replace pre-
sent switching equipment some
of which dates back many years.
In addition to bringing new,
modern service to the telephone
customers in Lebanon, the long
distance service will be improved
for the surrou, iing communities
of M' " . Sou h Lebanon, Mor-
row ;> . Wayrl! ville_ Subscri-
bers h ing and two party
service ,ill, (UmaticaUy have
lance " ehmi.oating the neces-
sity of loam . , operator ask
The MIAMI GAZETTE
you . the !:ustlll11el. your number .
This provides the advantage uf
speeding lip the !:oll1pletion of
lung di stance ca ll s. or reducing
the ..:osts ur providi ng operators
to manuall y key thi s inrormation
into our billing machine, and
eliminates the possibility of in-
correct keying in or this infor -
mat ion.
New services provided to all
of these communities have the
capability of dialing long di s-
tance person- to-p'erson, collect ,
and credit card calls yoursel f,
rather than having the operator
handle the call in its entirety.
These calls are pluced by dialing
"0" plus the area code and the
desired number. Then telling
the operatrr your credit card
number, the person to whom
you wish to speak , .the fact
that the call is collect, or if
you wish to bill it .to a third
number , what that number is.
The provision of these services
have given Warren County t
l
-
most modern telephone service
available in the country.
Our management team is de-
voting its full time to improving
the administration of the service
for our customers in Warren
County and throughout the
stat e_ Whil e sub!;tantial improve-
ment has taken place, I am
personally convinced that we
have real opportunities to further
improve service to our customers.
Just as a coach is not able to
dc:velop . a top-flight football
team overnight , it Will take our
management a period of six to
eighteen months to develop a
top-flight telephone company.
While the improvements to date
are substantial, it won't be until
the middle of 1974 that I per-
sonally feel we will approach
the quality of service which will
be equal to , or better than. that
provided by any other telephone
company in the United States.
The installation of the new
switching equipment and toll
service desks will certainly im-
prove service, but I personally
recognize, as does our manage-
ment team in Warren County,
that good service is a function
of not only modern, well-main-
tained equipment . but well
trained , highly motivated, highly
skillful telephone employees
with effective management co-
ordinating the day-to-day opera-
tions to assure superb service to
every customer. That is our goal
that is what we are committed
to, and that is what our sub-
scribers will receive!!
Don Shoemaker, Lebanon Dis-
trict Manager , requests that cus-
tomers experiencing service prob-
lems promptly report them to
Repair Service, 611. I f further
assistance is needed call the Dis-
trict Manager' s office, 932-1015.
. .,
, Richard Ball
Attending Meeting
...
Richard Ball of the Waynes-
ville Lumber Company, Waynes-
vill e, is in Chicago this week
att ending the Annual Manage-
me{lt Meeting of Armstrong
Ceiling Centers. The event is
being' held at the Regency Hyatt
House in Chicago_
The two-day meeting includes
previews of new products and
marketing plans for the Arm-
strong ceilings line in 1973. This
is the first year that Armstrong
building products retailers. in
addition to wholesalers, have
been invited to participate.
Armstrong--is leading producer
of ceiling materials, floors, car-...
pets, and furniture for the resi -
dential and commercial construc-
tion markets.
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College in St. louis, Md.
she waS '3 Spanish major_
studied in Spain for a
worked Vista, and has served as
Day Camp Counselor. Sti.e and
her husband recently mov6Q to
Cincinnati.
Miss Leslie Lynk has been
named Assistant Director
Service and Special S.ervices Di
rector for the
Scout Council , according to. Miss
Barbara O' Byrne.
Dire.ctor.
Miss Lynk has a B,A. degree
in sociology from Purdue Uoi-
veristy and a Masters degree in
Community Planning 'from the
University of Cincinnati.
Her experience includes ser-
vice as a Juvenile Court Coun-
selor, market research analyst,
and working with the Indiana-
polis Redevelopment' ' Co,!,-
mission.

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The MIAftI GA
Second class postage paid at
Vol.4 " .,, 9
September 27 , 1972 - Waynesville. Ohio
WELCOME TO
GLEN MAR ANTIOUES
I, Manit are seated on an seat in their shop on Main Street in downtown
WayneSville. : Ail(f in' the I;ackground are just a few of the items in the Glen-Ma{ Antique Shop.
- . ! ,j .'
Glynn and Phyllis Marsh 'are
owners of .the Glen-Mar Antique
Shop on Main Street in 90wo-
town '
!fbey have been operating the I
shop for the.past year.. '
Marsh said they came here , i
J '. from Dayton to get out of the I
noise and confusion.
They are both with
the charm and magnetism the
community has.
They feel there is a tremen'l
dous future for the Village.
They are members of the
Wayne Retail Merchants Asso-
ciation and Marsh is a Illcmber
of the Lion's Club.
Marsh is employed thc the
Midwest Graphic Supply COlll'
pany in Dayton, Suppliers of
offset printing.
They have been open on Sun-
(Continued on page 2)
,WAYNESVILLE FURNITURE
.IN SPOTLIGHT-
VETERAN
REPORTER'S
HOME ROBBED
' Tragedy has struck the home:
of veteran reporter Martha Ed-
miston for the second time in
less than a year.
,When she returned frolll work
at the JOLirnal Herald In Dayt on
on Monday, she discovered her
home had been robbed of several
valuable items.
Some it ems taken belonged
to the Frye brothers who are
building her new home.
Tragedy struck last Nobember
3rd when her log rabin home
was gutt ed by fire. She was
abl e to save some of her pos-
sessions whi ch were alllong the
items taken from her horne yes
(Cont inued on page 2)
WHAT IS
UNITED APPEAL
The United Appeal is a coun
try wide organizati on of con-
cerned citizens whose purpos' is
to SUppOI t and financially assist
cOlll munit y need meeting ser-
vices.
The United Appeal operates
within Warren County and ser-
vices supported by the United
Appeal arc available to persons
(Continued on page 2)
New Deadline Schedule
The new deadline schedule
for all news items will be no
later than 5:00 PM, Monday.
The deadline for ALL adver-
tising will be 10:00 A.M. on
Tuesday.
Have you ever thought about
what makes a Community what
it is?
The people living in the com-
munity and being a part of it.
The businessmen in our com-
munity need our support to
continue in business.
The same thing . applies to
your local newspaper.
Each week we will put you
the businessman in the spotlight.
The Waynesville Furniture &
Gift Shop is featured this week.
Owners Glenn and Sally
Smith invite you to come in
and see their selection.
They have owned the store
for approximately four years pur-
chasing it from Albert (Cap)
, Stubbs.
They have a wide selection
to choose from in every depart-
ment.
Their furniture includes Tra-
ditional, Colonial and Jhey will
take special orders on any furni-
ture item at a discQunt price.
They have an added feature
by going to y our assist
Single Copy 10c
AN
EDITORAL
Publishing a newspaper has
become an extr emely cost ly busi-
ness.
losts of labor. admi ni stration.
services . supplies a) ld d ist ribut ion
have escalat ed like every thing
else .
If readers of thi s newspaper
had to bear the ent ir e cost nr
its publi ca tion. they wlwld pay
many times the present per cupy
rat e.
They actuall y ray less than
:t I hird of the aClUal CllS t.
Advert ising Ihe di f"
lerence .
Adverti sing is a helpful and
wanted service for newspaper
leaders.
People long ago recogniLed
lI ewspapers were an id eal mea ns
of bringing buyers and sel lers to-
gether.
No newspaper has existed for
long without adverti sing, al-
though some have tri ed.
Time after time polls have
shown that , glve-n a preference,
people prefer newspapers with
advertising.
I t's an essential and informa-
tive part of this and every other
newspaper .
MERCHANTS
WORK FOR
COMMUNITY
BETTERMENT
The Wayne Retail Merchants
Association was started over
three years ago by the mer-
chants and any interested person
working for the good of the
community.
Anyone may beco me a mem-
(Continued on page 4)
you in your decorating.
Some of the items you may
choose from are hut ches, di shes
vases, doll s. carpet s. lamps. all
kinds of card s and ribbons, calen
dars, clocks and all kinds of
what not s for the last minut e
gift buying.
It also consist s of a pi cture
gallery . bedroom furniture, mat
tresses, coffee tables , men's tics,
travel accesories and candles and
many other items ,
The Smith family are well
known residents. They are the
parents of four children.
Smith is employed at the
Thorobred Company and wife
Sally operates the store during
his absence,
They are members of the
United Methodist Church and
Smith serves on the board.
is a member of the
Wayne Twp fire departmen.t.
They are also members of
,the Wayne Retail Merchants As-
sociation being active members
working for the betterment of
ou( .C.OJ'OQ'lpptty, .
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THE MIAMI GAZETTE
P. O. BOX 18, WAYNESVILLE PHONE 8915921
Mary Bellman
Phillip Morgan
Editor
. . AdvertisIng Manager
The Valley Shopper, Inc.
. . . publishers,
Morrison
Lurie
Gallo
Gerson
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The Running of Richard Nixon
The Night of Long Knives
The Sunday Heroes
THELMA SMITH
ARTIST OF THE MONTH
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GRATIEFUL CITIZEN PAINTS FIRE H:OUS'E, II'
Walter (Walt) Frasure was caught in the act while painting the Wayne Twp fire house Friday. He
donated the patint for the project as well as his time. Frasure received high praise from Fire Chief
William Sawyer for his good deed.
Walter Frasure is a man with
some time on his hands since he .
retired eight years ago.
Frasure said he loves to paint
so he has taken on the job of
painting the Wayne Twp Fire
house. He is sprucing up the
front of the building.
He not only is donating his
time, he also is donating the :
(Continued from page I)
What Is United Appeal?
who either live or work in this
area.
United Appeal agencies pro-
vide a range of s,ervices. You do
not have to be i.ndigent to have
a retarded child. You do not
have to be poor to have familv
problems or want I:haracter
building services for your child
' ren. It is a primary goal of
United Appeal to serve all people.
paint for the project.
He was quick to tell the
reason he was doing the one
man project. He said the fire
department might have to save
his house sometime.
He planned to have the pro
ject finished on Saturday.
He has been painting since he
retired and said that he paints '
about every day. .
Frasure was in the grocery
and meat business for sixteen
years in Waynesville.
He is an elder at' the First ,
Church of Christ , on High St.
His son Keith is the minister
at the church.
Fire Chief William Sawyer
had high for Frasure for
his good deed.
The present building was
built in 1952 and houses all the
fire equipment as well as the new
life squad ambulance.
Thanks to good samaritan
Frasure it will be neat and clean
looking for the Annual fish fry
the department will hold on
October. 14th.
Waynesville High School
Class Officers .1972-1973
SENIORS
PRESIDENT: Gus Edwards
VICE-PRES.: Jim Goode
SEC.: Debbie Diamond
TREASURER: Debbie Purkey
BUSINESS MANAGERS: leff
Ramsey and Mike Roller '
CLASS SPONSOR: Mrs. Polly .
h j .
JUNIORS
PRESIDENT: Rick Hazen
VICEPRES.: Pam Young
SEC. : Harry Crabtree
TREASURER: Ann Boeck
BUSINESS MANAGERS: Dale
Bowman & Debbie Grim
CLASS SPONSOR: Mr. Smith '
SOPHOM9RES
PRESIDENT: Tom Rickey
VICE-PRES.: Belinda Rosell
SEC.: Roberta Thiele
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The United Appeal unites in
one fundraising campaign cer
tain established organizations
dealing with health , welfare , reo
habilitation, recreation, and di
saster relief. It does not en
compass all fund raising in the
community. Some organizations
prefer to have their own cam-
paigns, others do not meet cer
tain minimum standards, and
many fall outside the scope of
health and welfare.
The Third Annual Sauerkraut
Festival will also serve the food
at the fire qouse on that date.
TREAS.: Chris Walters
The United Appeal raises
funds solely through voluntary
contributions. The annual cam-
paign takes place in October with
hundreds of volunteer cam-
paigners participating.
The United Appeal receives
. contributions from individuals
and corporations. Individuals
are encouraged to give at their
place of employment through
payroll deduction. Success of
, the campaign depends upon each
person ana eaclll corporation con-
tributing in relation to ability.
Funds received from contribu
tors are allocated by the United
Appeal to participating agencies.
Each agency's 'budget is examined
carefully by volunteers, your
. ' neighbors, before any money is
given to the agency. The com-
munity is, in effect, purchasing
services for its cittzens through
. its United Appeal.
The festival is sponsored by
the Wayne Retail Merchants
Association.
(Continued from 1)
Welcome To Glen-Mar Antiques
day only at the shop but will
announce new hours soon.
Phyllis Marsh will be on hand
to serve you during the week
when the new hours begin.
They bought the home on
Third Street that was occupied
for several years by Charlie and
Bess Anderson, well known re-
sidents.
Since buying the home two
years ago they have done exten-
sive remodeling inside and out.
They spent a year working
on it before moved in last
year.
They both are proud to be
a part of our growing commu-
nity where they say 'people have
both been friendly and warm.
Welcome Glynn and Phyllis
to our Community.
BUSINESS MANAGER: Terry Iror
CLASS SPONSOR: Mrs. Town-
send
FRESHMEN
PRESIDENT: David Stubbs
VICE-PRES.: Gary Gibson
SEC.: Sandy Gooch & Teresa
_ Lamb
TREAS: Susan Wientjes
BUSINESS MANAGER: Keith
Ratliff
CLASS SPONSOR: Mr. Brunton
(Continued from page 1)
Veteran Reporter's
Home Robbed
terday.
She has also suffered a con-
cussion and was at a car wash
with her sister Florence Beattie
when the windshield of her car
was smashed out all in the last
several weeks.
It seems that tragedy follows
her wherever she goes .
It had to be the meanest
person in the world to <:pmmit
this act at her home. ,
What can happen to this g06.d,
Samaribn oext no' one knows:"}"
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The MIAMI GAZETTE . Page 3
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THE 81 STEP
FORWARD
TO . BEGIN SUNDAY MORNING
PLAN TO BRING THE WHOLE
FAMILY
PARENTS TAI(E THE BIG STEP
FORWARD DON'T SEND YOUR
CHILDREN TO CHURCH ... BRlNG THEM
11 a chi l d li ves w i t h critici sm , he Icar n s t o c o nde mn .
If a ch i l d lIves w i t h host il i ty . he lear n s to fI g h t.
If a child li ves w ith f ears , h e learns t o b e app rehenSll/ c.
If a ch il d l i ves wi th p i t y. h e learns t o f eel so ny f o rh i m sell .
If a c hil d li ves Wi t h Jea l Ou SY , h e Icar n s t o fecI gUi l ty ,
If a chi ld l i ves w i th enco u ragement , t1C leat ns t o be con l ' d ent .
11 a chil d li ves w i th tOlera n c e , he I carn s t o be pat Ient.
If a Chi l d III/ CS Wi th p raise , h e Ica,ns t o b e appr ec lat , ve.
If a chil d l i ves Wi th ac cepta n ce , tlC lea r ns t o l o ve.
: 11 a ch ild l i ves Wi t h approval, ne t o li ke hllll self .
If a c h i ld li ves w i t h r ecog nit i on, he l earns t u have a qaa l .
It a ch i l d li ves w i t h fa ir n ess, n e lear n s w hat Ju st ' ce IS.
It a Ch il d l I ves. Wi t h fri en d lI n ess, he l ear n s t hat t he ....... 0', 0 IS
a go o d p l ace I n wruch t o li ve .
The Wa tCh ma n E xami n er
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REMEMBER. YOU CAN BE A
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Early Worship Service 8:00 AM
Bible School 9:15 (Classes for all ages)
Morning Worship 10:20 (Services for all ages)
Youth Meeting 6:00 PM - Evening Worship 7:00 PM
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... .
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AN ORGANIZATION 0' PROfESSIONAL AUTOMOBILE
Doug Sturgill
STENGERS FORD. INC. SALES REPRESENTATIVE
NEW AND USEQ CARS AND TRUCKS
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Merchants Work for,
Community Betterment
ber by attending the meetings
and taking an active part .
The meetings at the present
time are being held every Wed
nesday at 7:30 at the Town
Square Restaurant or the town
ship house .
There is no charge for being
a member.
Several people have asked
what do they do with the money
they raise.
The group at the present time
is working on the 3rd Annual
Sauerkraut festival to be held
in downtown Waynesville on Oc
tober the 14th.
The event will be all day and
is cosponsored by the Wayne
Twp Fire Department with an
all day fish fry .
. The money they have made
has been spent for wme of the
fo ll owing civic improvement s.
They were responsible for the
175th Anniversary book being
published, spent money for
Chri stmas tree light s. Santa Claus
treat s for kiddies , Christmas tree
in parking lot. purchased trash
cans and bags.
They also send flower s to
new business places . they paid
for the roof. nails and lumber for
the log cabi n situated on Miami
Street: they sponsored . the first
muzzle loading shoot that was
at the Country Fair and the ad
vertising for the shoot.
They promote the Sauerkraut
Festival for the betterment of
the Community and for your
enjoyment.
They have slides that are dif
ferent scenes of the village that
can be shown at meetings by
club groups for a fee.
They were instrumental in
erecti ng the street signs in the
downtown area with the help
of the Lion's Club.
They have expressed a desire
t o help donate money to erect
the new sign for our local ser
vicemen . .
If you would like to be a part
of the organization. you are in
vited to attend any meeting to
offer your advice or assistance in
order to make this a better Com
munity for all.
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AND FUN TO DO WITH .

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of the neighbor hood
. have a patio.
t errace walk, lawn
benches and flow
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an outdoor grill.
Fun to do and
economical too,
with Sakrete
... a mix for
every type of
job.
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Persons who had natural gas
commitments with the Dayton
Power and Light Company as
of February 16 of this year
will now have until February 1,
1973 to make service connec
tions, providing they obtained
building permits as of September
1,1972.
Those With Gas CCJmmitments
laSt February. Previously, 'those
with gas commitments had until
October 31 to make their con.'
nections to DP&L lines. .
DP&L this week announced
that the freeze on all new gas
loads is still on for its residen
tial , commercial, and industrial
users, however, it expects to
have enough gas to supply the
needs of its existing customers
this winter for normal operation
of the presently instulled eqUip.
ment .
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: Diy Wall Repair
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14 by the Public Utilities Com
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previous order placed in effect
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. 27; 19'72
- County Junior C?andldates .
Wanen 0Mmty .-.or ... :ncttdatn - tIOIIt row: UaDOIe
Hammock. SaDy Furner, Soodra VanHoose, Kathy ColHns, Dora
Mae HUI, Rae Lynn Davis, Becky Young. Second row: Gail
Handcock, Barbara Megie, Angela Schuester, Jean Baker, Marlene
Brown, Sheila Bolin, Mollie Petsch. Back row: Ardenea Fugile,
Lori Laishley, Tonya Smyth', Pam Kruse, Kathy Manning, Cathie
Snowden, Beverly Mount and Monica Suttmiller.
"This was the most difficult
Warren County Junior
Miss, Inc. has ever experienced."
said Carolyn Kramer of Middle-
town, President of the organiza-
tion_ "A special Board Meeting
was called after tryouts Sunday,
September 17, and it was de
cided that 22 girls would be al-
lowed to participate instead ')f
the usual tWenty."
Girls from eight Warren Coun
ty Schools who were named fi
nalists are: "From Carlisle High
School Marlene Brown, daugh
ter of Mr. and Mrs. Alden Brown
6224 Cedar Lane, Miamisburg,
O.
FrQm Franklin High School .
Sally Farmer, daughter of Mr:- .
and Mrs. Herbert Farmer, 1 Nob
Hill, Franklin; Debbie Hammock
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Donald
Hammock, 6559 Bevis Lane,
Franklin; Gail Hancock, daugh-
ter of Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Han-
cock, 8463 Clearcreek Rd.,
Springboro; Pam Kruse, daugh-
ter of Mr. and Mrs. Roy Kruse,
6940 FranklinLebanon Rd.,
Franklin; Tonya Smyth, daugh
ter of Mr. and' Mrs. James D.
Smyth, 4986 Todd Rd., Frank
lin; and Sondra VanHoose,
. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ran-
dall VanHoose, 3260 Penny-
royal Rd., Franklin.
From Kings High School
Sheila Bolin, daughter of Mr.
and. Mrs. Clifford Bolin, 436
Dr . South Lebanon, O.
and Mollie Petsch, daugh!er of
Mr. and Mrs. Robert E. Petsch
Kings Ave., Kings Mills.
From Lebanon High School
Kathy Collins, guardians Mr. and
Mrs. James Motsinger, State
Route 63, Lebanon; Dora
Garden Club Meets
The Waynesville Garden Club
met at the home of Mrs. Mar
garet Hadley Sept. 14, 1972.
After refreshments were
served, eighteen members re.
sponded to roll call by telling
of their summer vacation.
The Program books were
given out with plain covers.
Each member is to decorate
her own. . A prize will be given
for the molt artistic cover.
Plans were discussed for a
visit to Cox Arboretum loOc
Hill, daughter of Mr. and Mrs_
leRoy Hill, 59 East Ave., Leba-
non; and Beverly Mount, daugh
ter of Mr. and Mrs. Victor
Mount, 2906 Keever Rd., Leba
non, 01.
From William Mason High
School . Monica Suttmiller, 130
South East Street, Mason.
From Little Miami High
School in Morrow - Jean E.
Baker, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Myron C. Baker, Rural Route 2,
Morrow; Argenea Fuglie, Rt. 1,
Morrow; Barbara Jo Megie,
daughter of Elmore E. Megie,
103 Dallasburg Rd., Loveland,
0.; and Angela Lynn Schuchter,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ken
neth Schuchter, Rt. 2, -Morrow;
From Springboro High .
School - Kathy Manning, daugh
ter of Mr. and Mrs. ' Amos E.
Manning, 8675 Bunnell High Rd
Springboro; and Cathie Snow
den, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
James C. 'Snowden, Rt. I,
Franklin.
From Waynesville High
School Rae Lynn Davis, daugh
ter of Mr. and Mrs. James E.
Davis, Rt. 3 Ferry Rd., Waynes
ville; Lori Laishley, dauldtter of
Mr. and Mrs. Charles R. Laish
ley, 97 I3 Lytle Ferry Rd.,
Waynesville; and Becky Young,
Rt. 2, Waynesville.
The Warren County Junior
Miss Pageant will be held Satur-
day, October 28, 1972 at 8:00
p.m. in the auditorium of the
new Lebanon High School,
State Route 48 at Miller Rd.,
Lebanon, O. Top awards will be
college scholarships. The Pageant
is NOT a beauty contest, but a
program to honor ideal high
school senior girls.
tobeL
Nellie Clu:rleton, Judy Wo,:,ds,
Alma McAfee, and Margaret Had-
ley were named as winners in the
Flower Show at the Warre.n
County Fair.
The Club was pleased to reo
ceive third prize on the niche
'depicting the Waynesville Sauer-
kraut Festival.
Alice Morgan gave an inter- .
esting talk on Minature Gardens
and passed pictW'es to illustrate
her talk.
Tt..-MtAM1-GA2ETTE: -
DAVE'S RAVES
"
by Dave Eaton
---:Warren County is on the
move again!!
You've probably heard by
now that King's Island is ex
paneling it's operation to include
mammoth new theme park
UON COUNTRY SAF ARl. Well,
keep your eyes on Mill View
Park folks! No, there wOln't be
lions roaming in the bath house,
but there will be a whole new
ball game by spring of 1973 .
Some ver ' dramatic changes
will be taking place in the next
several with the total
development extended over the
next three years. Ron Hall and
myself, the owners, are bursting
at the seams to tell the world
about the plans but that will
have to wait a week until con
tracts have been fInalized and
several planning details ironed
out : The next issue of this
paper should tell the story_
Anybody want to be a star?
Anybody want to be a cabbage
head? The retail merchants need
one individulll willing to sink his
or her identity into a Mr. Cabbage
costume complete with leafy
head. Mr. Cabbage will act as an
official host during the upcoming
Sauerkraut Festival and can
be expected to receive
lots of attention from the
news media. If you're interested
in this important role call me
at 8974906 for details. And
remember, every star mu.st start
someplace. Look what happened
to Chiquita Banana.
py the way ... Familiari-
ty bi't&1s apathy. that's the
sentence I typed to be included
in my column last week. Due to
a typegraphical error , however,
the sentence read . . .. Famil-
iarity breeds. Just thOUght I'd
mention it in case anyone thOUght
I was bent on producing " X"
rated material.
4 H NEWS
The members of the Wayne
4-Leaf Clover's 4-H club enjoyed
.heir field trip to Proctor and
Gamble in Cincinnati, and then
in Lebanon, the Emily Jones
Home for retarded and handi-
capped children and Pasquale's
Pizza House on August 28.
On September 16, the club
had a weiner roast at Sandy
Sheehan's farm with each mem-
ber bringing part of the meal.
Following the meal we went on
a hayride on a truck loaned for
the occasion by Mr. Don and
Bill Asbury. The new members
present were Cindy Ponder, Mi
chelle Kronenberger and Pamela
Shutts.
The next meeting will be held
at Frances Stam'per's house Mon
day, October 9 at 7 :()O P.M.
Susan Shutts will have :a safety
talk. Posters will be made for
the following week which is
officially National 4-111 week.
Also at this meeting there will
be a discussion on what our
4-H club would like to do to
help the Emily Jones Home and
to sign up for winter projects.
;.PaF S.
Mary', Episcopal Church Events
ST. MARY'S SERVICE TIME will revert to 11: 1 5 a.m.,
Sunday, October 1st.
CONFIRMATION INSTRUCTION for young people and
adults will begin the latter part of October. Adults already con-
fumed may receive instruction as a refresher course. Please con-
tact me now so that plans may be concluded. H. R. D.
ACOLYTES are beginning their year with a combined supper
and instruction session to be held in Odober. Anyone of
confirmation age who wishes to be an acolyte, please contact
me H. R. D. (Current acolyte schedule is on the bottom of this
column).
ST. PATRICK'S BOYS CmOR rehearsals will be resumed
after school on Fridays , beginning September 22nd . Any boy,
through 6th grade, interested in singing, may obtain informa-
tion from Mrs. Donovan, 9327376.
CHURCH DIRECTORY is being revised. Please help out by
notifying the office of any change of address or phone number.
EVERY MEMBER VISITATION plans are under way and
details will be sent to all parish members as to budget, goals, and
programs. Watch for the next issue of the Diocesan "Interchange"
which will be devoted to funding of the church.
FINANCIAL POSITION is tight but solvent. With all bills
paid, we have a small surplus. Thanks are extended to those who
have cooperated by keeping their pledges paid through the
summer. The situation will be critical for the remaining months
of this year, so please keep your pledge paid up to date.
HONEY FESTIVAL booth officials wish to extend their
thanks to all who participated in the work of selling and handling
d<!tails. The preliminary report indicates that a profit of approxi
mately $700 will be realized.
SAUERKRAUT FESTIVAL will be held in Waynesville on
Saturday, October 14th_ Don Richards is the chairman of the
Episcopal Church booth.
LOBSTER ORDERS - Due to the demand from previous
purchasers, (as well as for the need of additional revenue),
fresh lobsters are being made available for this season.
Live lobsters will be flown in from Maine, and can be picked
up, alive or boiled , at the Middle School in Lebanon, on
September 30th, between noon and 5 p.m. The deadline for
orders is this Sunday , September 24th. The proceeds will assist
with the financial needs of the church , and we will appreciate
your soliciting orders from neighbors , friends , and relatives, and
calling the orders into the church office during the morning
(9327691) or to the Loebers during the evening (932-1555).
These are top quality choice lobsters, and the price for this .
sale is $4.00 alive Or boiled. The lobsters are boiled at the Middle
School upon arrival from the airport.
Schedule of Services and Acolyte Schedule
Starting October 1 st: 9: I 5 a.m. at St. Patrick's
II : 15 a.m. at St. Mary's
Sept. 24 - St. Mary's 9: 15 a.m. Holy Communion - J. Richards
SI. Patrick's 9: 15 A.M. Morning Prayer - M. Umble
Oct. 1st - Holy Communion - S1. Mary's, T. Henderson
S1. Patrick's. D. Allen
Oct. 8th - Morning Prayer - St. Patrick's, P. Marts & B. Marts
St. Mary's - Holy Baptism(Kathryn Renee Mahaffey)
D. Bixby
Oct. 15 - Holy Communion .- St. Mary's, J. Richards
St. Patrick's, S. Walker
Oct. 22 - Morning Prayer - S1. Mary's, D. Vinson & B. Vinson
St. Patrick's, D. Plantiz
Oct. 29 - Holy Communion - St. Mary's, T. Henderson
SI. Patrick's, S. Bale
Any acolyte unable to serve, will please arrange for a substitute.
Vestry Meeting - St. Mary's at 10:30 a.m., Sept. 24th after service.
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WAYNESVILLE
Church of Christ
Third & M,aml StreeB
C harle\ P IMe, Evar " Cll st
10: 00 .l , m ,' Su nOJ I Morn i n g
6 ' ) 0 O. m . . Sound Evenu" 9
6 - :'0 P. m .. Wedr ' '''Del ', E"cn.ng
Phone 8 97 4 4 6 2 ' n In ' o r ma t ion
First Baptist Church
N ort h M ain St r et: '
Jo nn P, O\ oo rne, Past o r
10 ' 0 0 a. m. 5 un Oay 5ChOOI
11 0 0 a,m . M o r n i ng Wor s. h l D
6 : 30 p, m . T r a i n in g U n ion
7 ' 3 0 p, rn . E vening W o rShip
7 ) 0 p . m .. We dnesday P raye r
Mee l lng
( A fl iI 'at ec! Wi t h Su u the r n Bap-
Co n venti o n) .
First Church of Christ
15 2 High 51r ce l 89/ 4786
Bible Schoo l - 9:00 A.M.
Wor ship - 10:00 A .M .
Evening - 7 : 00 P.M.
Friends Meetina
F o urth Stree t near High
9 , 30 a. m .. Sunday 5choo l
10, 45 a.m. ' 5unday Meeting f o r
WOr , nIP (unpr o g'amed)
St. Augustine Church
Hi gh Street
Hev . Jo seph H . Lutmer, Pastor
7 a. m. & 1 1 a.m . . Masses
8 d . m. & 8 P. m . . HOly Days
7 , 30 p. m. ' Flrsl Friday
7 , 45 a. m . . Daily Mass
5 ,30 p. rr. 5alurday Mass
St. Mary's Episcopal
Church
Thi rd & Main 5lree" .
Rev. Har ol d Deeth, R '1 ct o r
11 : 15 a. m . . M or ning "rayer
lSI . 3rO & 51h 5undays;
Hol y Co mmuni o n 2nd & 4t h
5unday s
United Methodist
Church
Tnlrd & North Streel S
L. Young. M i nister
9 : 00 a.m . . Chur ch 5chool
10 : 15 a, m. Church st WOrShip
6 : 00 p. m.' Jr. & 5r . Y OUlh
Fellowsh i p
Full Gospel Tabernacle
R . 3 - F""y Rd.
Rev. Sherman Co ok, Pasto,
10, 30 a. m. ' 5unday SchOOl
7 : 00 p. m . . sun'day Eve. Service
7 , 30 p.'ll. ' WeOnesday Eve.
Serv i ce
7 : 30 p. m . . Sat. Eve. Service
First Church of God
49 S. MaiO Streel
Carl A. Plerce -
9 : 30 a. m . . Sunday 5choo I
10: 30 a. m. ' Morning Worsh i r
6 : 30 p.m. Youth Fellowship
1 : 00 p.m . . sunday evening
7 : 00 O. m , . Wedn"s<lay evening
CORWIN
Pentecostal Holiness
Church
Walt .... L. Lamb. Pastor
10, 00 a. m . . 5unOay
7 , 30 p.m .. 5unday. W"dn"'day
and Saturday Evening
Worship Services
7 : 30 p, m, ' wednesday Youth
Service
MT. HOLLY
United Methodist
Church
Rev. Leona' d Baxter
9 : 30 a. m. ' Su"day 5choOI
11 : 00 a, m . . Sunday Worship
Servi ce
7: 30 p. m . . Wednesday, Prayer
Serv Ice
HARVEYSBURG
Friendship Baptist
Church
Southern Baotlst Convention
James Brown . Pastor
9 : 30 a, m . . Sunday Schaal
10: 30 a. m . . Sunday Mo.nl ng
WorShip
7 : 30 p.m. Sunday Evenin g
Service
7, 30 p. m. Wednesday Midweek
Prayer and Bible 5tudy
Jonahs Run Baptist
Church
OhiO 73 Easl
10: 00 a. m, . 5 unday 5 c hool
10: 00 & 11 : Oo.a. nl . Sunday
Worshl p Service
7 : 30 p , m . Sunda y E ven l llg
W o rSh i p
United Methodist
Church
DaV i d Harper , Pastor
9 : 30 a.m, 5unday Chu ' c n
ServIce
10: 30 a. m .. Sunda y SChOOl
11 : 00a. m . Sunda y Wo ' Sh,p
Ser'v lc e
Y outh F e llowsn , p dnc B l b lC
Sl u Oy
Harveysburg Full Gospel
Church
1::. . SOU l n Stree t
Rev . Ja c k h am 'ton, DJSh '
7: 30 p. nl T u eS da v
7 : 30 O . ln . F, d d ) . Y OU " l:
Pe OPle ' s SCI \lIce
10: 00 a , Ill , ' Sun Od Y S l " Cll
7 : 000. 1",. S u n O,l y t-VCP l ll OJ
SPRING VALLEY
United Methodist
Church
Walnut - V ' ne
Robert R . M CleOlth, Pels-t Of
9 : 30 a. m. 5unday SChO-' 1
lO: JOa. m. - MornIng Wo rSll l p
6: 30 p, m .. Youl h Fellowsh.p
Jr . H i gh & Sr . High
7 : 45 p, m . Wed,lesda y

Spring Valley Church
of Christ
Glady 5treel
10: 00 a.m . . Morning Worshi p
7' 00 p. m. Evenmg Worship
8:00 P.m . . Wednesday Even,ng
Worship
Spring Valley
Friends Church
Mound Slreet
E. Friend Co user, Pastor
9 ' 30 a. m .. Sunday Scnool
10: 30 a. m . . Morning Worship
Christian Baptist Mission
Main Streel
Mrs. LOis Dunaway. Paslor
10 a.m. - SChOOl
11 a, m . Mornrng Worship
7 : 30 p.m . . Evening Worship
7 : 30 P. m . . Pr ayer Meet Ing
WedneSday & Thursday
7 : 30 p. m. - Song-I"". Last
Saturday each month .

The MIAMI GAZETTE
DODDS
Free Pentecostal Church
of God
R . R. 122 DOdds. Ohio
Pastor. James Collman
10, 30a.m. - Sunday School
7: 00 p.m .. 5unday Evangelistic
5ervlce
7 : 30 p. m . . Wednesday Pr ,ayer
:.tr 'w' ;;::':
LYTLE
United Methodist
Church
John K . Smith, Minist er
9 : 30 a, m . . 5unda'y 5chn o l
10: 30 d . m , . Sunday WUf !.hl P
ServI ce
8 ' 009 . 00 p.m. Wednescl av
[ ventn q, BlblC Study
CENTERVI LLE
The Centerville First
Pentecostal Church
1 7 3 E. Firank',n S tr eet
Ra 'y' N o rve l" PaSf o r
Gen e B Ic knell , Ass' ,
10 OOa. m . 5 uno" y
7 . 00 p m. S unday f 11 (:1\ 111 11
7 : ) 0 O, rT1 .. I ",,- 11 111'1
GENNTOWN
Genntown United Church
Of Christ
R0 1.1 t(' -1 2.H
.... 51 \1 11 '\(". P ,l ,)! ,II
\) JO ..I I1\
. 030 SI,,' d.l Y CI1 \1' ( 11 SC l 'utl l
'J 00 j) Ill , S lIIl O.lY "I Hl t '.
r t f0 W') ' \J P
FERRY
Ferry Church of IChrist
'iYllmlnqton Pike &
SOCial Row Road
Wiseman,
8 : 00 a.m. Early Worship Service
9:15 a.m. BIble School
10,15 a.m. MornIng Worship
10: 15 a.m. Sunday Youth Worship
6:00 p.m. Youth MeetIng
7 : 00 p.m. Evening Servl,ce
7:30 p.m. Wednesday - Midweek
Prayer and Bible Study
RIDGEVILL[
Ridgeville Community
Church
st. Rt. 48 & Lower
5prlngboro Road
Ray L. Shelton. Pastc r
9 : 30 a.m.' Sunday Schaal
lU: 4S a.m . . Morning Worship
7:30 p.m. Sunday
Service
7 : 30 p.m. - WedneSday Evening
service
'S: 30 P.m.' Sunday Sr . Youth
Recreation
'6:30 p.m. - Sunday Sr _ Youth
Services
This Church Page Is Sponsored For You Through The Courtesy Of The' Following Area Merchants
WAYNESVILLE NATIONAL BANK ELLIS SUPER VALU
WAYNESVILLE. OHIO WAYNUVILLE. OHIO
MIAMI GAZETTE
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September 27,1972
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DEATHS
Burgoyne Whitta\llore, age
) I , of 1153 Old Main Street,
. .iiamisburg, Ohio, died Wednes-
day at Kettering Memorial Hos-
pital.
He was an employee of Fri-
gidaire Division of General Mo-
tors in Mo'raine City and a mem-
ber of the FuU Gospel Taber-
nacle, Waynesville.
He is survived by his wife,
Lucille; 1 daughter, Mrs. Pauline
Welsh of Hamilton; 2 sons,
Charles L of West Carrollton,
John Edward, Richmond, Ky;
1 step daughter, Mrs. Gladys
Jean Morelan, West Carrollton;
I step son, Millard
Dayton; 2 sisters., Mrs. Vernon
Horn ; Mrs. Lionel Hill, both of
Richmond, Ky; 2 brothers, C.
Thomas of Miamisburg, Roscoe
of Richmond. Ky; 16 grand-
children; several nieces and ne-
phews.
Funeral services were at 10
AM. Friday at the Full Gospel
Tabernacle. Re.v. Sherman Cook
officiated. Internment was at
Richmond Cemetery, Richmond,
Kentucky.
Arrangements were conduc-
ted by Stubbs-Conner Funeral
Home in Waynesville.
STUBBS-CONNER
FUNERAL HOME
ITHS
24 Hour Ambulance Service
STEVE CONNER - DIRECTOR
897-5966
185 N. Main, Waynesville
Waynesville High School Activities for October 1972
Oct. 3
4
6
10
13
17
18
20
24
25
26
27
Departmental meetings at 2:30 in Room 104
Assembly at 8:00 (morning assembly schedule)
Progress Reports due in the office by 12 :00.
Kings - - Home - - Homecoming
Pep Rally at 1 :55 - - pep schedule
Progress Reports mailed to parents
Faculty meeting at 2:30 in Room 104
Greenview - - Away (no pep rally)
Departmental meetings at 2:30 in the Biology Room
School pictures will be taken for grades 9, 10 and 11
Springboro - - Home - - Parents Night
Pep Rally at 1 :55 - - pep schedule
Faculty meeting at 2:30 in the Biology Room
Seniors order cards and announcements at 8 :00 in the
cafeteria
Sophomores order rings at 12:30 in the cafeteria
Powder Puff FootbaU Game - - 7:30
SWOT A - - No School
Clinton Massie - - Away
Mary Pringle Installed As Worthy Advisor
Miss Mary Pringle was installed as Worthy Advisor for
Rainbow Assembly 140 Saturday afternoon.
Mary Pringle was installed as
Worthy Advisor for Rainbow
Assembly 140 Saturday after-
noon. Line officers installed
were: Worthy Associate Advisor,
Judy Strouse; Charity, Janet
Crutchfield; Hope, Gwen Perdue;
and Faith Protem, Susie Pringle.
Installing officers were: Sher-
ry isaacs, instaUing officer;
Sullivan, First Marshall; Diane-
West, . Second .Marshall; Cheryl
Hart, Chaplain; UVerne Caudill,
Recorder; Soloist, Judy Strouse
and Diane West; and Musician
Liz Self.
"Mom" Grace Prendergast ia
Mother Advisor for the Assem-
bly.
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" WANTADS'
HAVE SELL POWER
:FOR SAL!;
USED TV - 897-5227 39c1
FOR SALE - 12" girl 's bi cycl e
fair conditi on - $5 - 897-6021
after 5 :00 P.M. 38nct f
SPEED QUEEN wringer washer
$20 - 4 man rubber life raft $55
$40 sport s coats for $6 - gained
weight and can' t wear wi ze 36R
pant s 30-31 - wash & wear - girl ' s
and boyLs snow suit es si ze 3 for
$2.50 - pair of insulat ed boots
size 9 $ 15 - Mens pant s 33-30
all kinds - old 9X 12 rugs $3.50
no hol es - Austin Healey Sprite
. 'windows, fair shape, $10.00 ,
right door $5 for Sprite - Phone
897-6021 after 5:00. 341nc
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FOR RENT
GARAGE FOR RENT 897-2560
39c1
DELUXE Office space - 450 sq.
ft.X 850 Sq _ ft. - w /w carpet .
air cond . panelled walls 897
7886 37ctf
HELP-WANTED
HOME CommiSsion Addresse rs
needed. Full detail s for stamped
self-addressed envelope and 25c
handling fee - Bear's 71 4 Froome
Ave., Cincinnati , Ohi o 45232
39c3
GENERAL Factory Work - ex-
perience desired. Appl y at the
Thorobred Company , Waynes-
vill e, Ohi o 39c l
GARAGE SALES
GARAGE SALE furnitur e, an-
tiques ' cl othing & miscelaneous
fhursday , Friday , Saturday and
Sunday . located behind Farmer's
Exchange in Corwin 39c I
.WANTED
WANTED - Babysitting in my
home - by hour or day - Phone
897-6021 - ask for Jean Hill
3'7ctf
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GOVERNORS' AIM,
BETTER POLICE PROTECTION'. .
funds from the Ommbus Crime
Control Act to local communi-
ties since the beginning of fi scal
1971 to correspond with the
communications pl an. COIll -
munications equipment has al-
ready been purchased in com-
muniti es throughout Ohio_
It's 3 a.m. and your family
is tucked away in bed. You
hear the sound of footsteps in
your home and see a shadow
creeping through your living-
room.
If you are fortunat e enough
to live in a large community
you may receive immediat e as-
sistance from your local law
enforcement officials. But , ac
cording t o Governor John J .
Gilligan, "far too many citizens
in both urban and rural areas
are isolated from police protec-
tion just at the time when they
need assistance most _"
Governor Giiligan directed the
Ohio Criminal Justice Super.
visory Commissiori i.moer the
Department of Economic and
Community Development to
study this' communications prob-
lem which has resulted from the
efficient communications equip
ment.
After a year-long study, the
commission aims to centralize
dispatching offices to provide
immediate assistance to citizens
in danger.
"We are making an all-out
effort to establish Mobile Radio
Districts to overcome the f!1ech-
anical problems and staff shor-
tages which lead to poor com-
munications with our- local law
officers when we need-immediate
attention in our homes and
neighborhoods," Gilligan said. .
"During Fiscal year 1971 we
8Ilve $1 million to community
law enforcement agencies to es-
tablish communications systems
and we will distribute another
$3 million during this fiscal
year," he added. -
Gilligan explained that .the
commiss!on has
" Our goal is to divide t he
state into radio di stri cts and
designate a central office such
as the Sheriffs offi ce to rece ive
all emergency calls," Gilligar.
said .
" In doing thi s, the citizer.
would have direct contact with
a law officer even in his local
. a law officer even if his local
policeman is cr uising in a squad
car or on another assignment."
central communications
office would then be able to
locate the officer nearest to the
call for help and him
there immediately ," Gilligan said.
The GQvernor explained that
the would also allow for
police officers to receive im
mediate assistance from other
law enforcement agencies. Some
police departments are forced to
use the telephone as their only
means of com'munications be-
tween neighboring agencies be
cause of outdated and inefficient
radio equipme.nt.
Gilligan sald the plan will
need the full cooperation of all
law enforcement officers
throughout the state.
"We hope to not only pro-
vide a quick means of access to
the police officers and sheriffs
departments, but to foster a
cooperative relationship among
all law enforcement agencies to
assist in seeking escaped cri-
,ritinals and settmg up reinforce-
.- Gilligan said_
Sell. i1t
Items under '''is rur>
f,ee ,un up '0 'wee".
AI"len c:.ncelled. 5" 1l1a",1I 0 1\
. tllh pa,..
1966 EL CAMINO wi th 1970
302 engine - new exhaust -
brakes - pa int - many mi les -
good condi t ion - asking S 1000
897-4673 39
FOR SALE - Twin size bed with
ivory vinyl head boa rd - box
springs - int erspring malltress -
like new $35 - call 891-4277
evenings 39
SPINET PIANO w/ bench - full
key board - excell ent condit ion
$275 - call 897-52 14 39
LOT 120xl 25 ft. - OCALA,
FLORIDA - $3500 - 897-4415
39
2 AKC Reg German Shorthaired
Pointers - $75 w/papers - Phone
897-7551 39
BRAND NEW whit e Crossbuck
storm & screen door - still in the
cart on - size 36 left - $30 - 897-

FREE - Wanted - ni ce horne lor
small female Shepherd - I yr old
38
Church News
" It ' s Home Coming Sunday"
at Mt. Holly Unit ed Methodi st
Church , 'Rout e 42, Sunday , Oct.
1, 1972.
Morning Worship and COIll-
mUllion ;.[ 11 :00 A.M.
Bdsket Dinner at 12:00 noon.
Aft ernoon Servi ce at 2:00 PM.
Rev. Leland C. HeavenriL'k
vf Oldt own Unit cd Methodist
Church and a former Pastor of
Mt. Holl y Church will bc guest
speaker at the .aft ernoon service.
Remember the day and enjoy
it with us.
- Rev. Leonard P. Baxter. Pastur
Notice From
Registrar of Motor Vehicles
C. Donald Curry , Regi strar
of Motor Vehicl es, today an
nounced that January I. 1973,
is the date on which all snow-
mobiles and "all purpose! ve-
hicles" must be registered for
1973.
"Public awareness of this new
requirement has been low", Cur-
ry said , "So we will include with
each registration, a booklet .
thoroughly explaining the re-
quirements of the law".
Mr. Curry explained that one
Deputy Registrar in each county
seat will be responsible for is-
suing registrations on these ve-
hicles, Decals and Ikense
identification purposes. Appli-
cations for the registration of
snowmobiles and all purpose ve
, hicles will be accepted anytime
lafter September I , 1972.
H. B. 214, passed by the
'Legislature last December, also
requires that all merchants en-
gaged in the sale of snowmobiles
and aU purpose vehicles must
!also obtain a .iealers license from
the Bureau of Motor Vehicles,
'on or before January 1', 1913.
. Sell. i t .
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PHONE NUMBER _____________ ___ _
Your name and address accompany your ad for our li les.
It does not need to be published.
TWO 14" 5 lug rims & snow
tires - all for $10 - one gas
heater 65000 BTU - like new
$75 - one gas heater 20000 BTU
like new $40 - new albums Clas.
sic & big time bands $1 each
38
. 20 REG Duroc hogs - all ages -
897-2143 36
BABY's swing-o-mati c wi th ca ll -
opy - rarely used - $10 - 89 7-
692 1 . 35
, AKC Poodl es - 2- femal es and
DEXTER Roll er Skat es - black - :.: one male. Females both bl ack,
size 6 - $10 - 2 boy' s CPO jackets male brown - $60 each - call
$3 each - bird cage & stand $10 , 897-2876 35
Bl ack swivel chair $10 - electri c
corn popper $3 .50 - Helena Cur - ' 1967 Dodge RT - 440 MAG-mo-
ti s hair dryer $35 - Cub Scout tor - 4 speed - power steering _
clothes - 897-5604 38 - power brakes - new tires with
AKC regist ered St. Bernard -
mal e - free to good home - large
Swiss type - gentle - beautifull y
marked - call 8975474 evenings
37
1000 GALLON - oir turlk - $75
at Mt. Holl y 1-862-4 159 37
1967 HONDA CB 450 - $400 -
1962 Hontl a Dream bored to
350 cc - $3 15 - 89 7-2 143 36
mags - price $950 - Middl etown
4243009 34
RUBBER RAFT - 2 man - air
pump- aluminum paddles - needs
apat ch $10 - 897-271 2 34
. FOR SALE - 5 acre home sit e
with nice view - 1!-2 mil es north
of Waynesville - ft road
fr ontage - $ \0 ,000 - Phone 897-
2786. 34
GOSPEL MEETING
CHURCH OF CHRIST
3RD & MIAMI STREETS
WAYNESVILLE
SPEAKER
WM ROBERT EMSIVELLER
TIME FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 29
SAT. SEPT. 30 at 7:30 PM
& SUNDAY, Oct. 1, 10:00 AM & 6:30 PM
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NAME
ADDRESS
CITY
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By Dick & Judy Workman
Overpopulation , with all its
inherent problems , is much in
take part in this effort. With the
cooperation of local concerned
pet owners, a community spaying
program could easily be orga-
nized. Individuals and groups
should write for further infor-
mation to : The Humane Society
of the United States, 1604 K St. ,
N.w., Washington, D.C. 20006,
lheMIAMI
SCOUT NEWS'
Cincinnati Councilman Jerry
Springer was the speaker "lit the
annual "Scout;()ut" for Seniors
of the Great Rivers Girl Scout
Council on Saturday, September
23 at Camp Stonybrook, near
Waynesville, Ohio.
the news these days. America's Working in the effort to pre- Mr. Springer's Subject was
"The Girl and Her Place in Her
Own Community Government ,"
.His talk was scheduled for 3
P.M.
household pets are serve and properly manage na-
their own "population explo- tural areas is a task adopted by
sion", and it is causing needless an increasing number of orga-
starvation, thirst, and suffering nizations and agencies. Because
on the part of unwant.ed cats and there is no "rule book" to fol Camp Stonybrook is located
on State Route 73, one mile
west of Waynesville. The "Scout-
Out" was held Friday, Saturday
and Sunday, September 22-24.
dogs everywhere. There is a cur- low, an important event for per-
rent surplus of nearly SO million sons who can share skills, know
of these animals, and puppies ledge, and experience. The Ohio
and kittens continue to be born Environmental Council and the
at the rate of 10,000 per hour . Ohio Biological Survey Co-spon
There just aren't enough homes sored a Natural Areas Symposium
Personnal Property
Taxes Mailed
to go around . What happens. you last weekend at Glen Helen in
ask , to these "orphans" left Yellow Springs. It was generally
homeless? A few of them arc agreed that probably the most
fortun ate enough to be found important factor affecting the
by a humane animal shelter , task of preserving natural areas
County Treasurer Russell
Dumford announces that the se-
cond half personal property tax
bills have now been mailed. The
last day for payment will be
October 13. In accordance with
the law, there will be a 10%
penalty added on all payments
not made er postmarked before
midnight of this date.
where at le ast they are guaran is the education of the general
teed a painless death. The ma- public to the importance of na-
jority arc simply abandoned - ture left undisturbed. Public edu
later to be hit by cars or 10 die cation is one of the unending
from starvation , disease, or poi jobs of the Warren County Park
son. Mrs. Thomas St oner or 'District , and one that is of the
Waynesboro , Pa., wr ote the fol- greatest importance 10 all. The
lowing to a Pennsylvania news- quality of life depends upon the
paper : preservat ion and maintenance of
"1 want to tell you what hap natural The preser
ThiS is not to be confused
with real estate ta>(, as those
books were closed July 20.
pened 10 your cat after you vat ion of life should be con
dropped her off (abandoned sidered a priority task for every-
her) . The first few days she one to support : consider the
stayed just about where you
dropped her wait1l1g for you 10
come back . Then hunger drove
her on along the road , ing
for food and shelter. By now
she eats anything she can find ,
and it is a ratton, wormy , di-
sease-laden diet. Dogs and other
animals chase her. She is almost
hit by passing cars. Exposure to
freezing night s almost kills her ,
but your cat is tough ...
" .. . 1 found your cat today.
She was beside my mailbox,
right where you wanted her to
go to that farmhouse in the
country. Only trouble was your
ca.t couldn't see me because her
eyes were pasted shut with in-
fection . every bone showed
through her dirty hide. and she
couldn' t eat because her stomach
was already full, distended with
worms arid by starvation. Too
weak to stand , she made a little
noise at me--but it was for you.
her rightful OWller , to hear. She
is dead now, but can yuu still
believe that you took care of
her the humane way?"
Where the blame lie for
thIS massIve suffering of pets?
Clllllmercial interest s, such as
pet simps. arc parllally rt: spon-
sible . in prupaga t ing t he view
that breeding IS a profitable hob-
by . Veterinarians who charge
high fees for spaying females or
altering males deserve some of
the blame . Even humane societies
are not faultless when thay a-
dopt out unneutered dogs and
cats. But the greatest fault lies
with misguided animal owners
who permit surplus breeding.
The Humane Society of the
United States is working dili -
gently to educate the pUblic,
and to promote animal control
regulations and subsidized
and neuter clinics for low-income
pet owners. But much remains
to be done . Local organizations
can help. Boy and Girl Scouts,
cat and kennel clubs, wildlife
conservation groups, etc., all can
alternative . . .
AUCTION
Located l'Il. miles north of Lebanon, Ohio on State 42 at
Genntown, Ohio
WED. OCT. 4, 1972
AT 12:30 P.M.
Due to i.1I health I will have a complete dispersal of my
Household Goods and Antiques at Auction.
HOUSEHOLD GOODS & MISC.
RCA 21" color television in good condition; two piec:e living
room suite; studio couch newly covered ; upholsteredi chairs;
foot stools ; square pedestal stand; card table; base rocker;
metal telephone stand ; Domestic sewing machine; table
lamps; feather ticks ; Frigidaire refrigerator with deep
freeze in top ilke new; nice Hardwick apartrrient size gas
range; breakfast table and 4 chairs; roll away metal serving
cart; May tag wringer type washer; ironing board; flower
stands; new bed comforts; misc. dishes and cookllng uten-
sils; sausage grinder; 2 metal lawn chairs; paper hanging
equipment ; step ladder ; straight ladders; 3 house jacks;
pair iron fence stretchers; fencing tools; C clamps; bench
vise; wheelb:rrow sprayer; sickle grinder; long tree
trimmers ; 2 garden plows; tool boxes; large assor'lment of
yard, garden, and hand tools; many other small items.
ANTIQUES
Early kitchen cabinet with small drawers in top; kitchen
safe ; small oak drop front desk; hall tree; 3 piece painted
oak bedroom suite with double bed, dresser with mirror and
wash stand with towel rack; single walnut Jenny Lind bed;
solid end wash stand; early Howe sewing machine; nice New
Haven weight clock; Seth Thomas mantel clock; rocker;
library table; set of 4 chairs; other odd chairs; two large
iron kettles with trivets; copper tea kettles; tin spice cans
and other pieces of tin; console radio; pictures.; child's
rocker ; set of 4 irons with handle; shaving mirror-; cream
can; gal. glass churn; stone crocks of all sizes; milk crocks;
jugs; wire top jars, some dated; grindstone; Iron wall coffee
grinder; lard press; lantern; copper wash boiler; tin boiler;
wooden wheel; pair Iron wheels; tin comb box; ,,"on bean
pot; 8 new handmade quilts; 2 white bedspreads; decorated
milk glass lamp fount; 2 kerosene lamps; 5 piece decorated
milk glass dresser set, extra good; covered milk glass dish.
Dewey; carnival sugar bowl; pressed. pattern. and
depression glass; blue hobnail cruet; sugar bowl; pickle
dishes; painted deep bowls; cake plates; vases; pitchers;
several pieces of Ironstone; blue decorated bowl and pItcher;
meat cleaver; augers; corn grinder; adze-; single trees;
several old tools; many other small Items not listed.
TERMS Cash on day of Auction.
CLEMMA WEBSrER _ .. -,
Joe Paul Auction Service. PII. Lebanon t32-6fSl
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SURVIVOR BENEFITS . dents shOUld he die".
Today Congressman Walter E. Present : retirees. of w.,-lCh
Powell was invited by President '. there are over 800,000, _ hive
Nixon to join in the signing' of one yea{. to enter into .
the Sutvivor benefits Bill. All future retirees will bautOo
In his remarks at" the White wticaUy ... uDl,u' th9J.
House. Powell _that this elect ' not to entet m. '
law represents an important : Retirees will s9are in ,of
milestone for career military; . the annuity by dedl,l\!tions fr'QID
personnel which affects all pre- theit
sent anJ future military retirees of "the I first of 'the b4,Se
. and their dependents." amount and 10% of anY'portion \:'
Powell, who voted for the .above $3,600 up to a rnax,btlum
bill, said: "Wives and depen- of member's fun reti,i'ed, pay. ,
dents of our military men can There was -also good news 'for
finally rest secure in the know- retired reservists. They' viU! be ,I
ledge that they can be provided eligibie tQ ""in.the'-jro- '
for". gram a't the time
According to Powell, "this to receive reserve ref a'PlY:
legislation provides for our ser- . .' . .
vicemen the kind of survivor's
benefits that members of the
Civil Service have enjoyed for
several years. The bur allows a
serviceman to designate up t6
55% of his : retirement pay as
payment, to' his wife and
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The MIAMI GA
Second class postage paid at Waynesville, Ohio
Vo\.4 No.42
October 18, 1972 - Waynesville , Ohio
Single Copy 10c
_lEE OTIS A 1 FESTIVAL DALTON COOKBOOK ON SALE
Uhto, n YctcJDer th 8th It. " ' -I'-"Wofnte' i:luJd>ld' I:,ove Her
and is walking to Nashville, Ten- Anymore" and "I'm Just Smart
nessee to fulfill a lifetime dream Enough To Know How Dumb I
of being on the "Grand Ole Really Am".
Opry".
He had walked to Cincinnati
Otis decided to go for broke but came back to Waynesville
and walk to Nashville. Saturday to sing at the 3rd
He was born in Middleboro, Annual Sauerkraut festival.
Kentucky, in 1940. He is married His records were on sale at
and the father of two children. the Festival.
During 1969, Otis formed his He is expected to be in Nash-
band which is known as the ville at 12:00 noon on October
"Buck Horns" .
23rd.
They have played several night This young man was an asset
spots in Cleveland, Ohio. to the festival and we would
The National JUbilee, The . like to welcome him back.
'Lake County Jamboree, Moose Otis won't be going for broke
and Eagle Lodges, Democratic after hearing his record I think
picnic for the Governor of Ohio, he has a promising future.
and countless benefits for V A Good Luck Lee Otis on you
Hospitals, and mentally retarded walk to Nashville.
.. .". .... "'e - All news items
be in this office by
P.M. Monday and .all
'Qijlfilid' Ads and Display
_.Wnlll ft)UIl be in by
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Attention Kids
Beggars night has been set
for Friday, October the 27th,
from 4:00 P.M. to 6:00 P.M.
Notice
pon't forget the Annual Boos-
ters Auction to be held on Oc-
tober the 211t,at'the,.Waynemne
School aroundi. .
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, .,1.,1. ,ofllhe 3'td ' Annu3'1 Festlval ' was
attended by ' approximately

The Wayne Twp Volu'nt eer
fire depaJ tment completely sold
cookbook author from
aring with the Kenley
lizabeth, II of Great
Juliana of The
js and Mr . James Wei-
nued on page 2)
,UCCESS
sandwiches.
Queen of the festival
, Mrs. Ralph Hastings
lille.
_ Hawkins was
crowned the new Mi ss Sauerkraut
(Continued on page 2)
MR .. CABBAGE MAKES THE SCENE
,
BriaJI! Stephens 4 years old of Lebanon, Ohio, was very il.nptesaed with Mr. Cabb.., :who lppeared on
the ICeDe fOf"the fitst tbhe. the 100 ofMr . Stephens of Lebanon . .
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the MIAMI GA
Second class postage paid at Waynesville , Ohio
Vo\.4 No,42
October 18 , 1972 - Waynesville , Ohio
Single Copy 10c
_LE OTIS Al FESTIVAL DALTON COOKBOOK ON SALE
OUs, CountrY and Western . from Ohio,
is wi1ldng to' Nashville, Tennessee, to fulfill a lifetime dream of
being.on Grand Ole Opry'. He appeared at the
Fes.tivaf on
County and Western singer
Lee Otis has been in the news
.recently.
,Otis left his home in Cleve
land, Ohio, on -October the 8th
and is walking to Nashville, Ten-
nessee to fulfill a lifetime dream
of being on the "Grand Ole
Opry".
Otis decided to go for broke
and walk to Nashville.
He was born in Middleboro,
Kentucky, in 1940. He is married
and the father of two children.
During 1969, Otis formed his
band which is known as the
"Buck Horns" .
They have played several night
spots in Cleveland, Ohio.
The National Jubilee, The
'Lake County Jamboree, Moose
and Eagle Lodges, Democratic
picniC for the Governor of Ohio,
!lnd countless benefits for . VA
ijoapitals, and mentally retarded
children.
Otis made his first recording
in Nashville early in 1972 of
two songs which he coauthored
"I Wonder Could I Love Her
Anymore" and "I'm Just Smart
Enough To Know How Dumb I
Really Am".
He had walked to Cincinnati
but came back to Waynesville
Saturday to sing at the 3rd
Annual Sauerkraut festival.
His records were on sale at
the Festival.
He is expected to be in Nash
ville at 12:00 noon on October
23rd.
This young man was an asset
to the festival and we would
like to welcome him back.
Otis won't be going for broke
after hearing his record I think .
he has a promising future. .
Good Luck Lee Otis on you
walk to Nashville.
Attention Kids
Beggars night has been set
for Friday, October the 27th,
from 4:00 P.M. to 6:00 P.M.
Notice
pon't forget the Annual Boos-
ters Auction to be held on Oc
tober the 21st.at 1ho:WaynesVille
SchOO11l0urids. '. . .
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Of oughout the U.S. and elghf
foreign countries. He correspon-
ded with some of the world's
most f'!mous Monarchs including
.
Queen Elizabeth, II of Great
Britain, Queen Juliana of The
Netherlands and Mr. James Wei -
(Continued on page 2)
fESTIVAl & FISH FRY BIG SUCCESS
The Sauerkraut Festival and
Firemen's Fish Fry a joint effort
was a big success in an announce-
ment by Festival Chairman Wil-
liam Stubbs.
The 3rd Annual Festival was
attended by - approximately
10,000 people according to
Stubbs.
There were 1,550 children
and adults who purchased sauer-
kraut dinners.
The Wayne Twp Volunteer
fire depa,tment completely sold
out of fish sandwiches.
King & Queen of the festival
were Mr. & Mrs. Ralph Hastings
of Waynesville.
Miss Jennifer Hawkins was
crowned the new Miss Sauerkraut
(Continued on page 2)
MR .. CABBAC7E MAKES THE SCENE
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Brian Stephens 4 'yein (llid o( was very itnpreised with Mr. Cabbage who appeared on
the ICene (or die first time. Briail . the son of Mr. ChIrles Stephens of1.ebanon .
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Phillip Morgln
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' The Villey Shopper, Inc.
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Yes, Married
Viorst
Bingham
High Smith
Hone
Coronet Among The Grass
A Dog's Ransom
The Sector
ARTIST OF THE MONTH
LINDA RAMBY DYE
4th STREET WAYNESVILLE, OHIO PH. 897-4826
Waynesville
Need more room for that growing family with an oppor
tunity for gracious living. This spacious brick home has
everything. Living room, Dining room, Family room, Re-
creation room in full basement, 3 bedrooms, 3 baths.
Call Wanda Chattin for more information 897-4736.
Waynesville
Small Brick Ranch on * acre. 3 bedrooms, full basement.
Large kitchen, newly carpeted living room, 1 car garage.
Call Wanda Chattin 897-4736.
Waynesville School District
2 Acres with a lovely .4 home. Located on a
country rOi!(with ' b4:a4ti1ul; view: .Family. r!?Om Ihung'
room, 2 baths, 2 car garage and much' more. Call Wanda
Chattin 891-4736. " _ .' -
Waynesville
Neat 2 bedroom home in town. Perfect for that first home.
Carpeted living room, built-in kitchen. Extra lot goes with
home_ Call Wanda Chattin 897-4736.
lebanon
1 % Acres with a 3 bedroom frame home. Large family
room, carpeted living room with firep'lace. kitchen. Call
Wanda Chattin.
932-7050'
127 E. Sil.ver Street
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Nation Under Sauerkraut"
by Dennis Dalton
Director General of the Federal
Govt. of The Republic of China,
and Der Bundeskanxler of Bonn
Germany. Dalton was presented
a Chinese cookbook from the
Govt. of The Republic of China,
a gift directed by Pres. Chiang-
Kai-Shek. Three years of research
I also garnered Dalton a 700 page
Manuscript which yielded the
information for has new cook-
booklet.
One of the first persons to
contribute a recipe to Dalton
was actor-comedian, Paul Lynde
who gave Dalton a private 'inter-
view at Dayton last year when
he made an appearance there
with the Kenley Players. Lynde's
recipe is among ,the famous ones
to appear in "One Nation Under
Sauerkraut" .
Dalton is a' native of Waynes-
ville -, The son of Mr. & Mrs.
Hn"",,"'" of North 6th
.:'W'a9IriesviUe. A free-lance writ-
er, he has been involved in news
paper work for 11 years. At one
time he was the youngest news-
paper Editor in Ohio.
"One Nation Under Sauer-
kraut" was born from Dalton's
interest in cooking, both the
gourmet and gourmand, and a
recognition of the finer culinary
qualities of cabbage and Kraut.
His grandmother's antique
pickling crock and her stories of
Kraut making furthered the
book.
w e
winning smile has something in
common with millions of other
kids all over the world. Her 'total
wardrobe consists of the clothes
she is wearing.
Common sense tells you that
this shouldn't be: that no child" . .
should lack for dothes to sustain '
warmth. protection and peace of ' .
mind.
And, hopefully. common
compassion will move you to
contribute whatever clotliing
you can to the Catholic Relief
Services' ThalAksgiving Cloth
f:o .

Pat Raves Back
As a part of the "bedroom"
community of Waynesville. I feel
that 1 must "rave" back at Dave.
It. doesn't -t!lat .
people -in :a:lld .GtJieJ Uf- . ,
ban areas don't know much a-
bout Waynesville, except that it
has antique shops and a park.
Did it ever occur to your
columnist that perhaps we BR
people moved here from Day-
ton, Kettering and Centerville
because we wanted to raise our
children in a quiet , conserva-
tive, historical area and not a.
City?
As for ' sale of liquor iSS'Ue
(unemotionally speaking) since
most do work outside the area
it isn't too inconvenient fo;
. those who want it to grab their
booze in Dayton, Kettering or
Lebanon. So you see, the people
do have a freedom of choice.
I'd rather pay the taxes to
help pave the streets and have a
police department.
It will be a sorry day in this
world when we have to depend
upon the sale of liquor to bring
growth to a community. If that's
what it takes, all I can say is
"H
'
ooray for decay."
Patricia Hazen
Ferry Road
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Festival and Fish Fry Big
Success '
frlncess ' by last years winner
Miss June Rye.
Miss Hawkins is a 13 year old
eighth grader at Waynesville Jr.
High School.
She ' is the daughter of Mr. &
Mrs . . H . . L. Hawkins of Third
Street ' 'in -Waynesville.
Waynesville High School
Bana played tlie Star Spangled ' r
Banner in opening the cere
monies.
The Boy Scouts raised the
flag.
The Waynesville Music Asso-
ciation is several hundred dol-
lars richer thanks to the Way-
nesville Lumber. Compa_ny' s ge-
nerous donatic)n of a red barn
that was bid for.
Mr. John Drake of Dayton .
was the highest bidder.
Plans will be under way Wed-
nesday night for the 4th Annual
Sauerkraut Festival.
Notice
Joint Vocational School tour
to Montgomery County on Oc-
tober 19th.
The Wayne Local School bus
will leave the High School at
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.DAVE'S 'RAV.ES
by Dave Eaton
Last Thursday receiv.ed a
phone call from a local house-
wife ' who. along with son.
was sincerely concerned
my apparently negative attitude
toward WayneSVille.
I assured her that nothing
could be further from the truth
apologized for giving .. her and
perhaps others that impression,
chatted for a few minutes and
thanked her for calling. The fact
is, I'm for Waynesville one hun-
dred and one per cent-.
A man doesn' t pour 'all his
money and energy into some-
thing he considers a failure from
the start. Of course, money and
energy can be misguided but,
again, I believe in Waynesville
and think a better investment
for the present and future-would
be hard to find.
Perhaps it's my which
is being mistaken for ridecule .
Maybe it's because I'm a "new-
comer" who has been lucky
enough to receive a column in
the local newspaper and takes
every opportunity to express his
thoughts about a town he's just
been introduced to. There are
lots of possible maybes. I
But, I feel my concern is
well founded and I know it's
positive not nega,tit e. I've said
and will continue'- ,t<> say, Way-
nesville is a great place to live ...
to work , , . to raise a family.
Strive to keep it that way as
much as humanly possible. Hold
on to that, kndwing full well
that many mQre peQlde are com-
ing here to live , . people are
conilng to open bUsiness here. , .
to shop
here, skiers and Campers
are coming to romp-here' .. . not
just a few people, but a million -
and more. Look, we can't stop
the people from coming ... we
qtn prepared for them and
. turn ' their l'lUmbers into an asset.
past was fine and per-
haps beautiful. The ftlture can
be too. But the first step in
making ti so is to admit that
there are dramatic changes afoot.
1 challenge anyone to show me
one community which closed it's
eyes to or turned it's back on
progress and lived to brag about
it. At worst, communitys which
stand still while everyone around
them makes merry, have one
heck of a mess on their hands
when they are forced in the
name of progress to make rapid,.
ill and unpopular chan-
ges affecting zoning, schools,
merchants, home owners and
so on.
So: by all means, lets strive
to keep the best of the past,
maintain the best of the present
and work with hope and assur-
ance for the best possible future.
Let us never delude ourselves
7:00 P.M.
. into thinking that the past is good
. _ yIQugh and thal th.e islhe
people l)!Js :-can .go. ' -best of .all possible See
Contact P,aul -Schwambergtjr you on Main Street. '.: .. ;
school supenntendent or any
other official.
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If you care, be there_
ing in progress . . - .
during NOvember.

The clothing you donate to '
your local church will - . '
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be distributM to the needy, In " " . , ' - . .

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Doug Sturgill
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STENGERS Fo r, D,
2901 SOUTH DI XIE DRIVE
DAYTON , OU I O 4 ' 409
SALES REI'RESENTATIVE
NEW AND u S'o CARS ANO TRUCKS
LL\SING AND ,.LEET
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Sunday 11 a.m. - 8
Phone 897.7801
GOOD FOOO
69e: Breakfast Spee:lal.
WHAT ON EARTHy ARE YOU DOING,
FOR HEAVEN'S SAKE?
TAKE A BIG STEP FORWARD
THIS SUNDAY AND BRING THE
WHOLE FAMILY TO CHURCH
tI,., .. fl ' . ' -
. CHURCH HUNTING?
THE END OF YO R EARCH FOR A fRIENDLY
BIBLE - BELIEVING CHURCH
LOOKING FOR A NON-DENOMINATIONAL,
LIVE GROWING CHURCH? LIKE MUSIC?
HOW ABOUT MESSAGES THAT OPEN THE BIBLE
TO SEE WHAT GOD SAYS?
DO YOU HAVE CHILDREN?
HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS?
WANT TO HELP CHANGE THE WORLD?
DID YOU KNOW?
'YOU CAN BE A CHRISTIAN
WITHOUT JOINING ANY
DENOMINATION!
COME ..... SEE
BmJ, s./J, l>
fJI.Me J" (JfaJH ()4
.D-UH4 V.u.,
THE DIFFERENCE
IS WORTH
THE DISTANCE
FERRY CHURCH OF CHRIST
CORNER OF SOCIAL 'ROW ROAD &
WILMINGTON PIKE
Worship with us on the Lord's Day
Early Worship Service 8:00 AM
Bible School 9:15 (Classes for all ages)
Morning Worship 10:20 (Services for all ages)
Youth Meeting 6:00 PM - Evening Worship 7:00 PM
Mid-week prayer and Bible study Wednesday 7 :30
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FARMERS GRANGE OFFICERS
INSTALLED
The Officers of Farmer's
Grange No. 13 were installed
Saturday evening, October 14,
with Horace Shaner being in
duct ed into the Master's chair.
Others taking office were: Over-
seer - Ernest Cook, Lecturer -
Sara Cook, Steward - Ed Mich-
ener , Secretary - Grace Prender-
gast , Treasurer -Virginia Hardin,
Gate Keeper - Ada Bolender ,
Assistant Steward - Loren Hough,
Lady Assistant Steward - Deloris
Hough, Chaplin - Edna Wood,
Pianist - Mary Michener , Ceres -
Atha B. Furnas, Pamona - Jean
PAINTING &D:CORA lNG'
ll"lterior & Exterior
Dry Wall Repair
RON JONES
513-897-6736
Shaner , Flora - Ruth Shoup.
The installing team was head-
ed by Floyd Palmer "Of Massie
Grange at Harveysburg and Mar-
garet Ary of Springboro. Others
on the team incluaea l:.Velyn,
William, and Erma Palmer of
Massie Grange ; Lew Ary, Norman
and (jeneint! Frankenstein of
Springboro ; Dale , Calvin and EI:
rnabelle Ruefner, Steve Steiner
and Mary Biehle of Mason Grange
and Elmo and Felecia Wilson of
Lebanon Grange.
During the social hour ham
sandwiches, salads, and coffee
were served.
If you slip and dial a wrong nllmber on an out-
of-town call, don't worry about it. Just tell
the "wronged" party it was a mistake ... ask
for their number and hang up. Then report it
to your local operator. She'll make sure
you don't get billed.
Of course, you should also tell the operator if
our switching equipment connects you wrong.
We don't charge for our mistakes either.
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UNITED TELEPHONE
COMPANY OF OHtCI
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This accident came to the Miami Gazette very conveniently
last Thursday. Not much leg work was involved for it was on the
corner of Main and Miami.
Immediate
Occupancy
from only
$23,500
You can move In right nowl Corwin Heights has a number of new _
homes already built and waiting for you. Come Ol;Jt and drive
through the development. Select the home that suits your family
or pick out a lot. We'll build the home of your choice. Three
beautiful models to choose from, with many options available.
Katherine Road has been completed th.ru to Miller Road, -so
Corwin Heights is that much .easier to reach, Come out todayl
Your new home Is ready'
ranch, bi-Ievel & tri-Ievel homes
all forms of financing: including"
fha, va, & conventional.
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FROM LEBANON:
Take route 48 north to
V2 mile beyond the
race track, turn left on
Lawndale and follow
the signs to models.
FROM MIDDLE-
TOWN: Take route
122 east to route 48
south, turn right on
Lawndale and follow
signs to models.
FROM FRANKLIN
AND SPRINGBORO:

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Take route 73 east to
route 48 south, turn
right on Lawndale and
follow signs to models.
Phone: ')32-7852
BUILDERS OF

More families live in National Homes than any other hOmes in the world.

regular hours now 1 to '9 PM daily
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Bring thle coupon with you and we'll give you a free BAR-B-QUE G-.ILLI
Just for visiting Corwin Heights, you receive a free Bar-B-Que Grill with no
"" obligation. We know you'll find It useful as you enjoy the leisure time you'll
have once you moye to a new worry-fretl IIpme; waiting for you at Corwin
Heights. Umit . . . one to a family.
Name ________________________________ __ __ _
______________________ ____________
Morris Turkelson
Morris J. Turkelson, part-
ner in the Law Finn of Cran-
mer and Turkelson, 14 East
Silver Street, Lebanon, candi-
date for Prosecuting Attorney
brings to his candiacy a wide
range of legal', educational,
political and ci vic experier.ce
and pledges that if elected,
the voters will never need to
be ashamed nor sorry they
supported him and that he
will be . a full-time prosecutor .
Justice Robert E. Leach
Jotm M. KUbum
Sheriff
As one who believes
strongly in the lawful,
social and religious rights
of every U. S. citizen, Kil-
burn pledges to do everything
in his power to protect the
citizens of Warren County
from criminal elements, while
keeping open his heart and
mind to the lawfUl, social
and religious rights and
needs of the pemODS in
trouble with the law.
William Bowers
Robert E. Leach has been a Probate-Juvenile Judge H.
member of the Ohio Supreme William Bowers, incumbent
Court since {)eptember. 1970. candidate has held his
. Prior to 197O::-<>n . . Judleship.
. 2, 1969, 10! 11, X'
to tbe !I'enth' District CouIt of tirst came 10 <the otfiM in
Appeals by GovemO'r James ' 1988 when he succeeded the
A. : Rhodes. : He. served as 'late Clifford Swan, and In
Franklin County Common 1988 he won handily over
Pleas Judge from '1954- his oDPonent. .
1969, having started with
election to a two-year .un-
expired term and. being elect-
ed three times ' to full six
year terms, the last time in
1968 .
JUS'I'ICE WARREN C. YOUNG
Justice Warren C. : Young,
427 Lake Avenue, Franklin,
native of Warren
briiliS more than 15 'Years
experience to his candidacy
for Justice of the 'First Dis-
trict 90urt of Appeals .
fUDGE P. DANED. FEDDERS
Judge P . Daniel Fedders,
35, 318 Elm Street, Franklin,
candidate fDr Common Pleas
Judge, appointed in 1971. to
succeed Judge Warren C .
Young the Commop PlefS
bench, brings youth and ex-
tp his candidacy.
s&anley 11. Markey
Stanley M. Markey candi-
date for Warren County En-
gineer, brings 8 years 0 f
experience to his candi-
dacy for Warren County En-
gineer. He first came to
office in 1964. In addition
he serves as County Sanitary
Engineer.
'- - RUSSELL DUMFORD
Russell Dumford, incumbent
candidate for Warren County
Treasurer '
. a member of .the Ohio Com-
mittee of county oCficials
Mr. . Dumford cites the ef-
ficient and economical opera-
tion of his Office: He has
alwa.ys operated the office
for several thousand dollars
less than the fees ell,l'ned. In
1971 this figure was $23,
983.00.
Justice Louis J. Schneider
Justice Louis J. Schneider,
Jr . is a Senior Associate
Justice of the Ohio Supreme
Court, having served contin-
uously as a member of the
. Court sInce being elected in
November, 1964, for the un-
expiredtermending December,
1966. '. " .
Paul W. Brown
Pa.ul W. Brown brings more
than 25years legal experience
to his candidacy for Justice
of the Ohio Supreme Court.
He served on the supreme
Court beginning in 1964
when he was elected to an
unexpired two year term.
In 1966 he was elected to a
full six years
Co",,* NtKaft,
. candId... 73,.. DI.arleL
ReP. Corwin Nixon brings
10. years experience to his
candidacy (or State
selitatl V8 . .
Be began his first tem of
oft1ce in 1962 and has been
re-elected every two ye,ars


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Judie Clull Ja unopPosed.
He won bis present seat in
1910. WJonin. over t.'o
Fellow Republlcans in the
November election.
Paul E. Harrison
Harrison has served as
chief deputy Warren County
anditor since 1963. He
served a four year stint as a
municipal state examiner
under the former Ohio Audi-
tor James Rhodes after an
:initial two years as a deputy
auditor at the Warren County
auditor's office. He was with
the U.S. Air Force finance
and ac counting between
1951 and 1954.
Harrison notes his
Harrison notes his experi-
ence in bookkeeping and
admInistration as something
needed in the Clerk of
Courts office.
Dr. HIU'TY Cornett
He cites thr: growth in
. Warren County as interesting
and chaUenglng and would
like to continue to be in-
volved.
Ralph W. YOUDC. incumbent
cudidate for Wanen County
Coroner.
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Mis. Edna L. Bowyer
Miss Edna L. Bowyer,
incumbent for Warren County
Recorder'l ' has held
the office of Warren County
Recorder since 1965. Prior
to winning the Recorder's
office, she was secretary to
the Warren CommJ s-
sioners.
As one . who belleves
stron&iy in our political and
social heritage Miss Bowyer
has worked hard in these
fields
Robert K. South
RobE\rt K. South, 105 West
Centrlil Ave., . Springboro. a
native Warren countian with
almost 12 years experience,
emphasizes his experience
and pledges to be a full
time Commissioner.
W1Wam H. MU8sey
: ,
Rep. William H. Mussey, of
Batavia, candidate for the
14th District Ohio State
Senate
Pd Pol Adv
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The MIAMI GAZETTE
Fedders Cites New Programs Waynesville High School Activtties for October 1972
Judge P. Daniel Fedders con-
tinued his program of neighbor-
hood meetings in the Franklin
area with his talk at the Jack
Thornton residence on Monday
at 11 :00 AM. Mrs. Jack Thorn-
ton is servll1g as Judge readers'
Franklin Coordinator .
Fedders. a Franklin resident
who previously served as cit y
soli citor and prosecutor, pointed
out that the court 's backlog of
cases. and better investigation
and supervi sion of convi cted cri -
minal s.
Fedders reminded hi s audience
that , I"judge Bill Young and I
feel that the court was in a
strong position when we took
it over from Judge Warren Young
two years ago. Nonetheless, the
monthly rate of new cases has
increased significantly, and we
have had to adopt numerous
new procedures in order to en-
hance the efficiency of the
court ."
Oct . 3
4
6
10
13
17
18
20
24
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27
Departmental meetings at 2:30 in Room 104 .
Assembly at 8:00 (morning assembly schedule)
Progress Reports due in the office by 12:00.
Kings - - - -
Pep Rally at 1: SS - - pep schedule
Progress Reports mailed to parents
Faculty meeting at 2:30 in Room 104
Greenview - - Away (no pep rally)
Departmental meetings at 2:30 in the Biology Room
School pictures will be taken for grades 9, 10 and 11
Springboro - - Home - - Parents Night
Pep Rally at 1 :SS - - pep schedule
Faculty meeting at 2: 30 in the Biology Room
Seniors order cards and announcements at 8 :00 in the
cafeteria
Sophomores order rings at 12: 30 in the cafeteria
Powder Puff Football Game - - 7:30
SWOT A - - No School
Clinton Massie, - Away
New Sauerkraut Princess for 1972 Miss Jennifer Hawkins and last years winner Miss ,Julie Rye.
Other contestants are in the background.
JUDGE P. DANIEL FEDDERS
Fedders Coffees Begins
Judge P. Daniel Fedders of
Warren County Common Pleas
Court began his program of neigh,
borhood meetings in Mason and
Deerfield Township last week.
Mrs. Herbert Wilkens of Irwin
Road hosted Fedders' first area
campaign meeting on Tuesday
night. Mrs. Wilkens is also ser-
ving as the Judge's area cam-
paign chairman for outlying
Deerfield Township areas.
Judge Fedders led a similar
discussion at a Thursday night
meeting sponsored by Mrs. Betty
Marlow. Mrs. Marlow, a resident
of Westtrn Row Road, is coor-
dinating Fedders' campaign in
Mason.
Judge Fedders stated that he
was "very pleased at the interest
citizens have shown in the opera
tions of our court and in the
new programs Judge Bill Young
and I have made in the past
two years."
Judge Fedders, .a resident of
Fqmklin, was app.ointed to the
vacancy create.d on the Common'
Pleas Court when: Judge Warren"
C. Young stepped up to the
District Court of Appeals two
years ago.
Ready for the
.Trlck or Treaters?
. October 18, 1972
'RECIPE OF THE
This day has' been planneo' bv
God - let us say;"Father, what
do you have planned for this
day - what can I do to help?"
There are So many good peo..-
pie in this world. Like our neigh-
for instance. They have
sho'wered us with good gatden
vegetables this summer & fall .
For those of you who must
. be weight ' conscious, have you
tried using brown sugar substi-
tute and butter salt on your
baked squash. Honestly, you'll
love it .
Pumpkin's and squashs
to be in abundance this year.
As a child. I remember my
sister & I planted pumpkin seeds
in our father's cornfield. Then
we started to dream of selling
our crop for a lot of money.
We had a good sized wagon load
of nice pumpkins that fall but
no . buyers. It 'seemed that all
our friends and neilzhbors had
plenty. Finally one lady came to
visit our mother and after hearing
our sad story she gave us Twenty
cents for a large one - our first .
last and only sale.
Try making the face on your
pumpkin with a magic marker
this year . Add some cornsilk
for hair , '. make a hat but can't
cut holes. Of course you can't
put a candle in it but that is a
dangerous practice anyway. Each
yea" I gel conoerned about the
'lighted' pumpkins in our town.
Let's have a safe
POP CORN BALLS
1 cl,lp white corn syrup
I cup sugar (white)
I tablespoon vinegar
1
1 espoon ...
1 teaspoon butter '" . ",::' "
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Boil'till hard ball is for:ilJeq, hell : ..
a small amount -is dropped into .
cold water. Pour over freshly
popped corn.
Mr. Ura Grover and students busy making apple butter for
Sauerkraut Festival.
.The MIAMI
. Waynesville's largest cabbage head has been parti.uy d.estroyed by someone bent on destruction. It
took a lot of time and approximately $50.00 to make it. The Merchants plan net. to save it for next year.
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From left. Stella Hage ill eyer. Warren Count y Chairwoman,
Ldnil Bmvye r and Wil li il ln Ohio State Senate Candidate
il li ght frolll CillilVilll Cilillpalgil [3u ' in Waynesvi ll e area , on
Thur , day' , (';tl ilVJIl tlllli (Ii' the .:ount y.
Wal rCIl (\.u Ilt Y
reall y lived l've lY Ill lllUtl' 01 Thl'
Thur,Uil Y CarilVJ 11 whl.: h Illl ill U
StiltC il li d ("11 1111 ), Rl'plIhll l' all
l'illlulLia le, III l' VCI Y-llll' k'illld -L' la-
Il y of WilllCIl ('(lUIII Y.
All III il ii. Ih l' Cill aVJl1 IUlil
WC llt (If! wlI llI'lit hll L' h. \\lth
IIIIC l'X':ClltIUIl It \ll' l fl,( t.
The GOP Bus 11 1I 1ll C(l llIlilbus.
JrrlveLi lat c and lI lle s.:hed ul eLi
collee III Malllcville had to be
ca nce led. however the CilraVJIl
did tour Mainevi ll e and the JrCJ
at around 6:30 p.m.
Highlight s uf the day included
J stup at Nixon Hdq's in Way
nesville, a visit with Earl Maag
at his home in Morruw, an open
house luncheon at Lebanon
Hdq's - with over 80 guests
for lunch, a wffee at the Frank
lin Hdq' s, a Coffee at Spring
boro - hosted by Robert South
and the Clearcreek GOP Women,
Artist Of the Month
The artist of tlie month for
October is Mrs. James Dye (Lin
da Ramby) . She has several
paintings now on exhibit in the
library.
Mrs. Dye studied for three
years, while li ving in New Yurk
State , with MI SS Helga Edge of
Cooperstown. N.Y. Mi ss Edgc is
a for mer rcsident of London,
England.
Mr s. Dye cUlltll1ued her in -
structi un wit h several teachers
thr uugh the New Berlin. New
York Adult EJuc:a ti li ll Prograill .
She uses bUlh anylics and ui ls
In It er wlirk and has J stated
IHcfl' rc ll ce fur Jl'ryli cs when do-
Ill g stillltfc pll'l ures.
The 111lln thl y exhibll uf 'IIt
and re latcJ suhj ec ts is under the
sllpcrvisiun uf Mr s. Dnris Cun-
ncr. trustee llf The M<Jry L.
Cuok Publi c Libr ary.
Internal Revenue Service
In the ne xt few days. more
than 78,749 employers in the
Cincinnati IRS Di strict will re-
ceive a newly redesigned Form
W-4_ "Empluyees' Withholding
Certificate", Paul A. SchusteL
District Dir ector for southern
Ohio today annoulll:ed.
The IRS has reVised Form
W4 to make it more under-
standable to employees and
thereby encourage them to ad-
just their tax withholding Mr.
Schuster said. In most cases these
adjustments will result in in-
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Dinner at Dufrs in Suuth Leba
IHlll allLl il Rall y at Mason, alsu
a VIsit tll the Masun GOP Hdq's.
III additilln the Republican
(J1lLlidJt cs visited shopping cen
tcrs, busi ncss and residcntial di s
111(t S 111 Sl luth Lcbanon, Mur
10\\, RuL'ill:stcr , Way nesvill c,
Spri ngburo, Franklin , Carlislc ,
Leba non, Kings Mill s, and Ma
Slin, with stops along thc route,
The day endcd around 10: 00 a.
111. The tir ed but not wcary
Republican candidates had been
on the road for 13 hours.
The Caravan was under the
direction of Fred Hubbell, Co
ordinator of the Mussey for Ohio
State Senate Campaign, howe
ver Mr. Hubbell was able to
spend only a short time with the
Caravan due to the fact that he
was on a case at the Court
House and couldn't get away.
GOP Notes
Maineville GOP Rally, Wed-
nesday, October 18, 7:30 p.m.
at the Maineville Elementary
School , Maineville. Hostesses, all
ladies of the Club.
Pursley Coffee in Ridgeville
on Thursday, October 19 _ All
' GOP Candidates invited.
John Williams Coffee in Ma-
son . Wednesday , October 18,
all candidates Welcome ; come
at 2:00 p.m.
Opal Kenderick Coffee. Car-
li sle Town Hall. Oct ober 25, all
candidates invited.
Otterbein Home , October 31 ,
11 :00 a.m. All ca ndidates in
vit ed.
Edna Bowyer , Scheduling
Chairman. for all GOP Party
Ca ndidates meetings. For infor
mati un on any meeting involving
all GOP candidates (Not indi-
vidual campaigns) please con-
tact Miss Bowyer.
Millers Host Coffee
Mr. and Mrs. Jerald Miller.
hos ted a Coffee for all GOP can
didates Sunday, October 15 ,
fr om 2:00 to 5:00 p.m. All
Warren County Candidates visi
ted during the afternoon also
representatives of Congressman
Walter Powell and William Mus-
sey . Attendance was good, And
hostess Mrs. Miller servcd a va'
riety of cookies, cakes, mints,
coffee and tea from a table
decorated in pa triotic theme.
The GAZETT'E
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CLUB NEWS
Thc Majors n Minor s C'.C'.L.
wil l meet October 19th at the
hume of Mrs. hlll CS Bourne on
Sixt h Street.
After a short business meetillg
they will journey to the Wayne
Twp fire hOll se for the eve nings
program.
Denners and Assistant Den-
ners gathered around as the Web-
clos demonstrated the proper
folding of the nag under the
direction of their Den Chief,
Scott Elcook .
Pack 40 is celebrating its 20th
year of serving boys in scouting.
Ron Kronenberger, Assistant Dis
trict Commissioner, congratula-
ted thc Pack on its many years
of working together to bring
the fellowship and of
scouting to these boys who arc
our young men of the future.
Mr . Kronenberger presented the
Committee with its new charter
and the den leaders with regis
tration cards for their scouts.
The coveted Cubby Award
was joyfully received by the
boys in Den I for having the
most adults in attendance.
Den 5 retired the colors to
close the meeting and free the
:tioys to enj9Y .ap<;i donuts.
The Cradles to College Chap-
ter C,C.L. met on October. the
10th at the home of Mrs.
(Susan) Stroop. Mrs. Wanda
Woolard and Mrs. Lois Elliott
were in charge of refreshments.
Mrs. Rose King of the Old
Mill Ceramic studio gave the
program.
Each member started a cera
mic project.
The November 13th meeting
will be at the home of Mrs.
Kathy Anderson.
The speaker for the meeting
will be Mr. John Loveless pharo
macist of the Loveless Pharmacy.
United Appeal Reaches
Halfway Mark
With barely two weeks to go,
the Warren County United Ap
peal Campaign for 1972 has
reachcd the halfway mark.
Campaign Chairman Hewett
Mulford, Jr. informed a Board
of Directors Meeting, held on
Wednesday, October II , that
the enthusiasm of the vulun-
. teers in every division was eli
citing a response which gave
every reason to believe the goal
would be met. The strong com
pet ition between divisions is very
evident. At the present time the
leadcr is the Divi
sion headed by Fred Hubbell.
Mr . Mulford expressed the
hope that volunteers would reo
port results frequent Iy so their
individual divisions (;an be cre
dited prior to the next Report
Mer ting on October 17.
October 18, 1972:
NEW PARKING LOT 1FOR .
STUBBS CONNER :' -
Stubbs.conner is using thcir ncw parking lot. The tlrst one to
be in operation for the funeral home. Conner purchased thc
former James home for the par king lot .
Stubbs.conner Funeral Home
for the first time is now offering
off street parking.
Conner purchased the proper-
ty formerly owned by Mr. and
Mrs. Charles James J r.
There will be parking for ap
proximately 75 cars.
The parking lot is now in
use and will be blacktopped in
the spring.
Conner announced that the
improvement will cost approxi
mat ely $5 ,000 when wl1Ipil:tcu.
Thc home on the proper ty
will be used as a re nta I.
Conner purchased it with thc
intention of using the back end
of the property for a parking lot.
In the past scveral years, it
has created a problem for people
to find a parking place when
attending a funeral.
Conner purchased the funeral
home in January of 1970 fmm
Albert (Cap) Stubbs.
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SCOUT NEWS
Cubscouts of Den 1 visited /.
the State Highway Patrol in Le
banon on October 10th with
Jan Zeh, den leader, Carolyn
Williams, assistant. and Dave Prin,
gle, Den Chief. Sgt. Anson de-
monstrated the sophisticated e.
quipment used in crime detec-
tion and showed the boys the
guns and riot equipment carried Meeker and Wayne Zeh from
in the patrol cars. Den I; Matt Ghearing, Steve
The cubscouts will be col- Anderson, Danny Mercer, Allen
lecting pop bottles on Saturday, Carter, Pat Lander and ' Allen
October 21 st to help finance Wisecup from Den 2; Dale ' Ed-
the Pack. Scouts are to meet ' wards, Dcan Edwards, and Billy
at Ellis' Supermarkct at 9:00 ' Madison from Den 3; Jimmy
a.m. (In the event of rain the Fry and Kenny Lowc from Den
collection will be postponed un 4; Jimmy Gates, Michael Gadd,
til Novembcr 4th.) Help the Kenneth Osborne, Kevin Rath-
scouts in this effort by donating weg, Kenneth Meadows and Ke
your empty pop when vin Younkers from Den 5; Joe
they call. It will save you a White, Jon Whitc, Stephcn
trip to the market. Roark , Julian Farley and Jefr
The Octobcr mceting of Cub- Watkins from Dcn 6; and Timmy
scout Pack 40 was held on Thurs- Francisco, Robcrt Kronenberger
day , October 12 at the Waynes- and Vincent Leycs from the
ville Methodist Church with a Webelos. The Den Mothers ac
great turnout of nearly 50 adults cepted Summer Time Award Rib'
and many scouts. New cubs and bans for locir dens.
their parents were givcn a spe- Several new cl,lbs received
cia I welcome with a hiphooray their first award in Cubbing.
cheer for Nathan Lawless, Greg Proudly wearing their ncw Bob-
Adams. Darryl Woods, Rodney cat pins were : Kenny Hepner,
Isaacs, Louie Esselman, Jeff Flo Scott Woolard, Nathan Lawless,
renee, SctHt Woolard, Jeff Greg Adams, Louie Esselman,
George , Kenny Hepner, Steve Jeff -Florence, Rodney Isaacs,
Pope and Mark Clark. Bryan Hisle, Mike Gadd and
The cubs and Webelos wcre Jeff Watkins.
not idle (Juring the summer Robbie Johnson reccivcd his
months and many worked at OneYear pin while Mark Adams,
thc Country Fair and marched in Derwin Hansard and Jimmy Fry
the parade through town, They of Den 4 were awarded Gold and
attended the picnic at Mill Run Silver Arrow Points.
Park, the fishing derby at Kro Den Leader patches were gi
nenberger's Lake or the Reds' ven to Sally Lander and Doro. '
game at Riverfront Stadium. To thy Carter. Bruce Hogan, Aile!}
recognize their participation in Wisecup, Bryan Hisle and
these activities many scouts were Smead received Denner Awards
eligible to receive special sum- and assistant Denner patches
mer Patches' for their 'uniform. were given to Mike Smea.d,Dan-
Accepting Summer'Patches were: ny Merce ... , Matt
Frank Chris '. I.:qj.te, Kevin Ralhweg llOd' Joe
Mike Smead, Bruce 'Hogan, 'Joey ' White. _. '\." "" '<
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BOOSTERS 'CLUB
AUCTION OCTOBER 21st
The Waynesvill e Annual Boos-
ters Club AUction will be held
Saturday, October 21st at Way-
nesvill e High School starting at
11 :00 A.M.
There will he household
goods, cl othing, tools and mi s-
cellaneous items. Anything and
everything will be sold at thIS
aucti on.
Trucks will be avail abl e to
pi ck up articles you have to
sell anytime before sell date.
Anyone having consignment
items will be charged a com-
mi ssion. Or they would be glad
for you to give your things for
a wor thy cause.
Plan to att end and support
your school.
Anybody and everybody '
we lcome.
For pIck up service call : Ken-
ny Bradley 897-2389, Carl Boo
her 897-6 11 9, Torn Florence
228467 1 or Frank Powell 897-
4498.
Don Wor kman and Ralph Bel-
cher will be the auct ioneers.
They can be reached at 223-
5637 or 897.2946.
See you at the Booster's
Aucti pn Sall'rday.
SPRINGBORO COFFEE
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at left , front and back row, wer.e
hosts q_ a Springboro Thursday evening for candidates
and' at lesfd'ent'S. -
Showo 'fi r$t row, next to Mrs. Wade, are: Bob Turner Candi-
date for Commissioner ; Otis Cook, candidate fo'r trea-
1\1rer; Ron candidate for State Senator from the 14th
District_; Jim Eyler, Maypr of Springboro; Cecil Linkous, chair-
man of the Warren County Democratic Executive Committee'
and- Kolb, chairman of the Warren County
Central Committee.
Left to right, next to Mr. Wade, top row, are: Carl Bradstreet ,
for County Commissioner ; Clerk of Courts Al Hylton,
who seeks re-election; Sheriff Roy Wallace, incumbent candidate'
and Ed Lawson, candidate for Prosecuting Attorney. At far righ;
is Jerry Massey who spoke for George McGovern, Presidential
candidate.
Beverly Moore, candidate for County Recorder , was present
for the Coffee, but had to leave before photo was taken because
of the hospitalization of her husband, Dan, a Franklin Councilman.
No punches were pulled dur- woman dispatcher for the Frank
ing the Springboro Coffee hosted lin Police .departmentl and as
by Ralph and Libby Wade at Deputy Registrar for Franklin
Clearcreek Elementary School Township had taught her the
Thursday night. Warren County value of proper record keeping
. Democrats expressed their rea- , but that she felt a good recorder
sons for seeking offke and pro- should be more than just a
mises of better government and record-keeper.
Cecil Linkous, Warren County "If I'm elected," Mrs. Moore
Democratic Executive Chairman promised," you need not worry
who served as emcee, used the about your politics or what part
time between speeches to advise of the county you are from. I
the audience of questionable con- intend to give good service to
duct of some present offiCe ALL the people. I simply have a
holders. desire to serve."
Warren County Superinten- ' Carl Bradstreet, candidate for
dent of Schools Orin Souther 'County Coinmissioner, pointed
spoke frrst, asking the 'voters to out that although the present
0' pass the issues for vocational Commissioners said that the new
. edue&$lon for the county. administration building would be
"We are surrounded by cpun built at "no cost to the tax-
ties that have vocational educa payers" that the Commissioners
tion," Souther said, "and we had recently floated bonds for
I)eed to accept this wholly new $480,000 for the $312,000
concept. It can lead to great structure. .
thin..... . Unkous explained that two
Beverly Moore, candidate for County Commissioners would be
CqUDty Recorder. empbuized elected. before introdUCing
that her exper __ II the f1nt Turner, the other Democrat
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Wayne Local Board
O'f 'Education
The Way ne Local Board of
Ed ucat ion met in regular session
Oct. 9. and conducted the f 01-
lowing items of business.
The min utes of the previ ous
meeting and the monthly fi nan-
cial report were aporoved as
present ed by the Clerk.
I . Refi'fl ishlOg of high school
gy m fl oor has been post-poned
unt il after the basketball season.
2. Agreed to install an inter-com
system in the element ary buil d-
ing.
3. The High School Handbook
was approved as present ed by
rhe High School Principal.
Employment :
I. Wil!TIa O' Banion - placed on
contract fo r cafeteri a position.
2. Walter Lamb, Judy Crutch-
field, Carol Myers employed as
bus drivers.
3. Susan Cook as part-time se-
cretary.
4. James Conway, Gale Gerard,
Al ex Brunton were approved to
teach one extra Industrial Arts
Class per day.
Speci al Educati on - Pl aceme nt
procedures and cooperative ser-
vi ce agreement s with local school
discussed. No action re-
quir ed at this time .
Next regula r board meeting
will be Nov. 21st at 7:00 p.m.
seeking a seat , who advocated '
long range planning for zoning to
benefit the people rather than
just large business interests; the
people' s right to vote on taxa-
. lion, in contrast to the extra
Iicens.e 'tag fee imposed by' Com-
missioners; and Commissioners'
meetings in various areas of the
County, including one each week
on Saturday, to give the working
man an opportunity to at t end.
"I believe that it's important
for Commissioners to issue news
happenings in the department
and to hire county busi nesses
for studies, etc. , when possible,
instead of firms from other coun-
ties, and I believe that we must
be familiar with computer sys-
tems which are the coming
thing," Turner stated. "I would
also like to make another cam-
paign promise - when the Elec-
tion is over, I will take down all
the signs that I have put up and
. help to restore the scenic beauty
of Warren County."
Ed Lawson, for Pro-
secuting Attorney , reported that
he was the county's first full
time Prosecutor' s Assistance and
that he had tried every type
of case from the civil ones to
the most serious criminal ones.
"When Prosecutor Ruppert
took office," Lawson said, "there
were 120 pending criminal cases
and no office in the Courthouse.
In just one year, 1971, the re-
of the Prosecuting
Attorney's Office 700
court appearances ; processed 143
criminal cases; conducted three
Grand Juries; and provided legal
assistance to many of the SO
agencies it represents."
. "The position of Prosc:cuting
Attorney offers a monumental
job," Lawson admitted, "but I
promise that if elected,. I will
keep a Prosecutor's Office in
the Courthouse it an
ef 'ective one ' ir I have to
II A Day, For The President"
St ell a Hagemeye r, War re n
County Republica ll Chairwoman _
tlus week announced that the
Warren Count y Republica n Clu bs
wo uld part icipate in the Na ti on
Wide recognition of "A Day For
The Pres ident " on Sa tu rday, Oc,
tober 21. 197::!.
She is urging al l GOP Women
to wear their Nixo n Buttons.
display Nixon signs. or other
it ems in support of the Presi-
: dent on Sa t urday , October 21.
Just what special activit y the
Clubs will initi ate is being left
up to the indi vidual Clubs.
Hamilt on Townshi. p Clubs
will vi sit Shopping Centers and
di stribute Nixon Lit erature and
wea r butt ons and other Ni xon
identifi cat ion.
The Ni xon Day is being pro-
moted and sponsored by the
Nat ional Federati on of Republi -
can Women . Mrs. Hage meyer
urges all Warren Clubs to pl an
and promote the Ni xon Day in
whatever ma nner best fil S their
schedul e. Al so, she advises that
it can be tied in with other
<.:a mpaign meet ings, programs or
projects.
there every weekday and close
down my private law practice . If
you vote for me, it is because
you consider that I have the
exper ience and the ability to do
the job. 1 did not ask you to vote
for me I had the en-
dorsement of a war hero, as my
opponent has done."
Clerk of Courts Al Hylton,
who seeks re-election, pointed
out that the Clerk of Common
Pleas Court must operate the
business for a profit and that
he had $3 mill ion come in
through the Title Dept. ; $600,
000 through the legal depart-
ment ; and one half million dol-
lars through the Bureau of Sup-
port.
"When I took office," Hyl -
tOil revealed , "The Warren Coun-
ty Clerk of Courts that proceeded
me was rated 87 of 88 in the
state. Now, our offi ce is rated
second in the state. In regards to
my opponent , a Deputy Auditor
who claims to keep accurate
records, I have to ask - why
did the State Auditor's examina-
tion reveal that the department
couldn't account for $182; had
to seek a way to make up for
an overpayment to the County
Auditor ; and have a loss of re-
venue of over $SOO?"
Before introducing incumbent
candidate Sheriff Roy Wallace,
Linkous said that he thought the
voters should know that Wal-
lace's opponent had been ar-
rested three times. Linkous said
the arrest record indicated ar-
rests as follows : March, 1968,
insecure load; October, 1968,
cutting with intent to wound;
and November, 1968, assault.
,Sheriff Wallace chose to com-
ment only on the function of
his office during the past four
years.
"We have been handicapped
in the put by lack of funds,"
waUace said, "b'Ut War-
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Perry Hosts Candidat es
Meeting
Frankl in D. Per ry, GOP Exe-
cut ive Chai rman of McClean Dr. ,
Fra nklin hosted a Candidates
Pl anning Session Sunday al
12:30 p.l1l .. for the purpose of
establishing ground rul es for
"GOOD CAMPAI GN PRAC-
TI CES" dur ing the next three
All candidates were pre-
sent. In addi tion tll the ca m-
p:J igning pradices. a report was
give n on the recent poll , which
showed all ca mpaigns fairing bet-
ter than anl icjpa ted .
Mr. Perry ad vi sed the candi-
da tes and those prese nt to make
eve ry effort to ta ke down . <.:a 111 -
pa ign posters right aft er the
elec t ion.
DEPT. OF EDUCATION
Dr. Everett L. Jung, who
. represent s the 24t h Congres-
sional Distr ict on the non-par t i-
san State Board or Educat ion.
has bee n named to the Board's
highly-responsible Legisla t ive
Commi tt ee.
Dr. J ung is a well known
ort hopedic surgeon in Hal11 i1t un.
A graduate uf Washington Uni-
ve rsity in St. Loui s. he is a past
member of the Hami lt on School
Board Citizens Commit tee.
State Board of Educati un
Preside nt Bryce L. Weiker . al1 -
(Cont inued on page I !)
ren County is coming out of the
poor stale and I have been able
to hi re 12. additional men under
EEA - all but one a vetcra n.
Just as I have had extra training
in human relations, psychology
and investigati ve work, so also,
do I seek to train my men in
these fi elds in addition to the
training they receive at the Ohio
Peace Officer's School. Last year ,
we placed 2500 in jail: haul ed
3500 compl aint s; and served
more than 2500 civil papers. In
addition, we operat ed the Peace
Offi cers School which has grad-
uat ed 511 under the Sheri fr s
guidance."
The 'Sheriff added, "When we
get more funds, we can offcr
even bett er servi ce."
Otis Cook, <.:a ndidate for
Count y Treasurer , sta ted that
in 1971 , his opponent was quot-
ed as saying that he "didn' t
know anything about data pro-
cessing" _ Cook cited hi s training
in data processing as important
and said that "the pencil is no
longer as feasible as in the past "
And although we need com-
put ers ," Cook said , " they are no
better than the people that oper-
ate them. We must have qualifi ed
people working in the Treasurer's
Office and we must change "the
Hierachy that exists there now."
Other speakers were Ed Wade
who spoke for hi s unde, James
D. Ruppert, who is running for
the Eighth Congressional Dis-
trict seat: Ron Shoemaker, who
promised to open an office in
each county if he is elected as
State Senator from t he 14th
District and to sel!k ' more funds
for law enforcement and drug
abuse problems; and Jerry Mas-
sey of Hamilton who outlined
McGovern's qualifications and
contended that President Nixon,
who once promised to end in-
flation, is now saying he will
"slow it down" but isn't even
doina that.
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WAYNESVILLE
Church of Christ
Thord & Miami Streets
Charles Pike. Evar--eliSt
10: 00 a.m .. Sunn,' Mornlrig
6 : 30 P. m .. Sund Evening
6 : :S0 P. m .. Wedr 'tIa, E.en,ng
Phone 89 7 4462 ' 0 ' InformatIon
First Baptist Church
North Main Stree!
Jonn p . Pastor
10: 00 a. m. Sunday SCl1001
11 : OO a.m. Morn tngWorsn, p
6 : 30 p.m. lrijlrltng Union
7: 30 p,m. Evening WorShlO
7: 30 p. m .. Wednesday Pra ye r
Meellnq
(Affiliat ed With Souther"
!t\t Convent Ion) .
First Church of Christ
152 High Street 89 ' 4786
Bible School - 9 : 00 A .M.
worship - 10: 00 A.M.
Evening - 7:00P.M.
Friends MeetinQ
Four th Street near HIgh
9 : 30 a.m. - Sunday SchOO\
10: 45 a. m. - Sunday MeetIng l or
Wors,hlp (unpf o gramed)
St. Augustine Church
H l 9h Street
Joseph H. Lutmer . Pastor
7 a. m. & II a. m. - Masses
8 d.m. & 8 P.m. - HOly' Days
7: 30 p. m. ' Fltst Friday
7: 45 a.m.' Dally Mass
5: 30 p. m . . Saturday Mass
St. Mary's Episcopal
Church
Th ir d & MaIn Street'
Rev. Harald Deet h. Rector
11 : 15 a.m. - MornIng jOrayer
1st, 3rd & 5th Sundays ;
HOly CommunIon 2nd & 4th
Sundays
United Methodist
Church
Third & North Streets
L Young. Minister
9 : 00 a.m. - Church Schaal
10: 15 a.m. - Church st Worship
6 : 00 p.m . . Jr . & Sr . Youth
Fellowship
Thtt Full Gospel Tabernacle
R. 3 Ferry Rd.
Rev. Sherman Cook. Pastor
10: 30a.m. - Sunday School
7:00 p.m . Sunday Eve. Service
7 : 30 p.m. - Wednesday Eve.
Service
7: 30 p. m. - Sat . Eve. Service
First Church of God
49 S. Main !'it r'!8t ... _
Carl A. Plerce - _
9 : 30 m. - Sunday School
10: 30 a.m. - Morni ng Worshlr
6 : 30 p.m. Youth Fellowship
7:00 p.m. - sundaY evening
7: 00 o.m. - WednMday evening
CORWI.N
Pentecostal Holiness
Church
Walter L umbo Pastor
10:00a.m. - Sunday SCl1001
7: 30 p_m. - S"nday. wedneSday
and Saturday Evening
Worship Services
7:30 p. m. Wednesday Youth
Service
MT. HOLLY
United Methodist
Church
Rev. Leonard Baxter
g : 30 . m . . Sunday Schaal
II : 00 a. m. - Sunday WorShIp
Serv ice
7: 30 P. m. - Wednesday. Prayer
Service
HARVEYSBURG
Friendship Baptist
Church
Southern Bapt,st Convention
James Brown. Pastor
9:30 a.m. - Sunday Schaal
10: 30 a. m .. Sunday Morning
WorShIp
7: 30 P. m . . Sunday EvenIng
Service
7: 30 p. m. - Wednesday Midweek
Prayer and Bible Study
Jonahs Run Baptist
Church
Ohio 73 East
10: 00 a. m .. Sunday School
10: 00 & II :OQ.a. m. - Sunday
WorShi p Service
7: 30 P. m .. Sunday Evening
WorShi p
United Methodist
Church
DaVid Harper. Pastor
g: 30 a.m. - Churcn
Serv ice
10: 30 a. m. - Sunday School
II : 00 a. m . Sunday Wor,hl p
Ser v ice
Youth Fellowsl1i p and Bi ble
Study
Harveysburg Full Gospel
Church
t:. Sou t h Street
Rev . Jack Hamilton , Paste,
7: 30 p. m .. Tuesday
7 : 30 p , m. FrlddY' YOllfl()
People's Service
10: 00 a.lll . - SunddY Schoo
7:00 p. m. - Sunday Evenlllg
SPRING VALLEY
United Methodist
Church
Walnut V !ne
Robert R. MeredIth, Pastor
9 : 30 a. m . Sunday Scno."
10:30 a.m. - Morning Wor.shlp
6: 30 p. m . . Youth Fellowship
Jr. High i. Sr. High
7:45 p. m. - Wednesday ':hoir
Rehursal
Spring Valley Church
of Christ
Glady Street
10: 00 a. m. - Morning WorShIp
7: 00 p. m. - Even I ng Worship
8 : 00 p.m .. Wednesday
Worsnip
Spring Valley
Friends Church
Mound Street
E. Fr i end Couser. Pastor
9: 30 a. m .. Sunday Schaal
10: 30 a. m.' Morning WOrship
Christian Baptist Mission
Main Street
M". Lois Dun.way, Pastor
lOa. m. - Sunday School
II a. m. - Morning Worship
7: 30 p. m. - Evening Worship
7: 30 p.m. - Pr.yer Meeting
Wednesday & Thursday
7: 30 p.m. Song-fest . Last
Saturday Uch month.
DODDS
Free Pentecostal Church
of God
R.R. 122 - Dodds. Oh'l o
Pastor, James Colima"
10: 30 a.m. - Sunday School
7: 00 P.rn. - Sunday E\fdngellstlc
Service
7:30 p. m. - Wednesday Prayer

LYTLE
United Methodist
Church
John K. Smith, Minisler
9: 30 a. m. - Sunda'y Schaal
10: 30 a. m. - Sunday Wor shl p
Service
8 : 00-9 : 00 p. m. - Wednesday
Evening. BIble Study
CENTERVI LLE
The First
Pentecostal Church
17'3 E. Frank;,n Stre'et
Ray Norvell, Pastor
Gene BIcknell, Ass't _
10: 00 a. m . - Sunday Schn,"
7: 00 p. m .. Sunday 'Even"",
7: 30 p.m. - Wedl1J!sclay r.VC""'9
GENNTOWN
Genntown United Church
Of Christ
R(\ute .12 at Gcnntowl1
Ray Stor ,' , er. Pasl o l
9 : 30 J . m .. WOf sh. '] SCf v ICC
10: 30 Sunday Ctl Io. HC!1 5(1' 001
5: 00 p . m .. Sund.lY 'V out"

FERRY
Ferry Church of Christ
Wilmington Pike &.
Social Row Road
Bus Wiseman, t-1inlster
8:00 a.m. Early Worship Service
9 : 15 a.m. Bible School
10:15 a.m. Mornln!1 Worship Ser
10:15 a.m. Sunday Vouth Worship
6:00 p.m. Vouth Meeting
7:00 p,m. Evening Service
7:30 p.m. WedneSday Midweek
Prayer and Blbll. Study
RIDGEVILLE
Ridgeville Community
Church
St . Rt. 48 & Lower
SpringbOro Road
Ray L Shelton. Pastc r
9 : 30 a. m. - Sunday Schaal
10:45 a.m. - Morning Worsllip
7: 30 p. m. - Sunday Evenin.,.
Ser'vice
7:30 P.m. - Wednesday Evening
service
5: 30 p. m. - Sunday Sr. Youth
Recreation
6:30 p.m. - Suncl.:ly Sr . Youth
Services
This Church Page Is Sponsored For You Through The Courtesy Of The Following Area Merchants
WAYNESVILLE NATIONAL BANK
WAYNUVILLE. OHIO
ELLIS SUPER VALU
WAYNESVILLE. OHIO
MIAMI
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Carol Aim WUson, age 29,
221 N. -Jrd St., Waynesville',
Ohio, dieo: Simday at her resi
dence. She is survived by her
parents Alben & Hazel Hawke
with whom she made her home.
one brother Phillip Ray of Way
nesville. one sister Mrs. Patsy J.
Bradley of London, Ohio.
Funeral Services are at 2 P.M ..
Wednesday at Stubbs-Conner Fu
neral Home, WayneSVille.
Rev. L. L. Young officiating
interment at Miami Cemetery.
Corwin, Ohio.
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Mr. & Mrs. Marc Le Bac of
Miami. Florida, are announcing'
the of a daughter born
Septeniber 19'. Mrs. Le Bac is the
daughter of Mrs. Walter Calla
han and the late Walter Callahan.
Mrs. Callahan is the daughter
of Mr. & Mrs. Thomas Runyon
of Mt. Holly. The new baby is
the granddaughter of .the
Runyons.


THE NELL
I"NSURA-NCE
AGENCY.
COMPLETE FAMILY
OR INSUflANCE
Ph.
23 S, Main
For Sheriff
drren nty,
Ohio In 1931 ' .
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Education: Morrow High School
Affiliation.: Prote.tant
Training:
V.' F Po.t 8202. MOI'ro\l\,.
American L.glon Post.,..
186 Lebanon, Ohio
MilJtary Police Academy
Camp 'Georgia
18 2nd Dlv. Mili.
tory Pol ice in' Korea \"
John M. Kilburn
2 year. Military Police,
Fort Eusti., Va.
Clardml
Richard H. Elliott
SALES REPRESENTATIVE
Administrative Office
2111-1407
Dr. DANIEL E. BECKER, DDS
Announces Opening of Practice at
581 North Street, Waynesville, Ohio
For the Practice of General Dentistry
Hours by Appt.
Phone 8972001

fUIIll1 HIIE
24 Hour Ambulance Service
STEVE CONNER DIRECTOR
897-5966
185 N. Main, Wa,,,n ullli.
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October 18,
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' f<)R.SALE
AUSTIN Healy Sprite windows
fair shape . $10 . right door $5
for Sprite . coil over load car
car springs $5 . 4 man rubber
life raft $55 . $40 sports coat
for $6 36R . pant 29-30 to 31-
30 wash & wear $ 1 to $3 . boys
&girls snow suits size 3 for $2. 50
pair insulated boots $10 size 9 .
old 9xl2 rug $3.50 . high chair
$2 . plastic gas can $2 . potty
chair $1.50 . bird cage $1.25 .
tricycle $3.s0 small . Phone
897-6021 after 5:00 P.M. 40cntf
2 Dehumidifiers . elect clothes
dryer . 100' new chicken wire
fence call 885-7204 between
5:30 pm . 7 pm 40nctf
SERVICES
NEWL1FE Furniture Stripping
Give New Life to your old fur
niture , antiques, anything wood
or metal. 6330 Georgetown Lane
adjacent to McGee's Supermar
ket No.2 - on the Trenton-
Franklin Rd. just off Route 4
Open 9-6 phone 422-3436 Mid
dletown, Ohio. 42ctf '
Safety CoUncil Organizes
A council for Warren
County is being organized and
wilL- be asking support from the
community to ' get its various
projects started.
In the. , next ,year-,
representatives from the Ohio
Department of Highway Safety
Director Eugene P. O'Grady.
Miss Lauralee Sawyer, who re-
sides in Cincinnati, is responsible
for organizing Warren County,
with 11 other counties.
A I!3fety council is a citizens'
,-organization made up of both
individuals and groups who want
to reduce accidents arid promote
safety. Areas of safety and typical
committees for the councils to
consider are: traffic , home, Ie-
gislttion, enforcement, pedes-
trian , youth , education , and wo-
men's activities.
Warren County citizens who
are members of the nominating
committee are: Mrs. MozeUe
Ross, Oregonia, Ohio chairman
for WRAP (Women Responsible
for Accident Prevention); Mrs.
' Peggy Fisher, Loveland, chair-
man of the Myrtle Village Civic
Association; Mr. Raymond Brad-
dock, Waynesville , retired insu-
rance agent; and Warren County
Sheriff Roy WaUace. Chairman
of the nominating committee is
Mrs. Betty Clark, Dayton, pre-
sident of the Ohio Child Con-
. servation League.
According to Lt. D.L. Everett ,
State Highway Patrol Post Com-
mander, Warren County has 17
fatalities up to S.eptember 7,
which was the entire total for
last year.
Anyone interested in knowing
more about plans for a Warren
County safety council should
contact Miss Lauralee Sawyer,
2515 Burnet Ave., Cincinnati
45219, or Mrs. Peggy Fisher, 24
Townsley Dr., loveland 683-
0973.
TRUCK DRIVER TRAINING
a high paying career - Writ e
Tri-State Inc ., Middletown , Ohio
45042 - GI approved traini ng
fadliti es at Middl etown. Phone
1424- 1237 42c3
LOST
LOST - mmtture female red
Dachshund vi cinity of Corwin
Saturday , October 14 . Child's
pet phone 897-5347 42cl
.WANTED
WANTED - Someone to quilt
3 quilts - I full and 2 twin size -
would like them done by Christ-
mas if possible - Phone 8977698
42cl
WANTED - Babysitting in my
home - by hour or day - Phone
897-6021 . ask for Jean Hill
37ctf
FOR RENT
EFFICIENCY Apartment - sin-
gle or young couples - heat &
utilities furnished -call 897-5871
41ctf
(Continued from page 8)
Internal Revenue Service
creased take-home pay.
The new Form W4 being
sent to business fmns is part of
an information packet which in-
cludes a tetter to chief payroll
officers and a notice to employ-
ees, both from the Commissioner
of Internal Revenue Johnnie M.
Walters.
The letter to payroll officers
emphasizes to employers that
although new rules
have been in effect since early
this year, many employees have
not filed W4 to all
the allowances to which they
are entitled. According to Mr.
Schuster the letter urges em-
ployers to distribute the new
Forms W4 to all employees and
ask them to check their with-
holding situation.
The notice to employees, in-
tended to be posted on company
bulletin boards, points out to
employees that too much federal
income tax may be withheld and
the employees' take-home pay
reduced unnecessarily unless they
file a new Form W4 with their
employers.
Mr. Schuster emphasized that
an employee who has only one
job and does not have a or
husband who works shotifd file
a new W4 and claim the "Spe-
cial Withholding Allowance. "
But, an employee who has two
or more jobs may not claim the
"Special Withholding Allow-
ance."
Employers may secure sup-
plies' of the new Form W4 from
their IRS District 0 ffice in Cin-
cinnati, Ohio beginning October
I, Mr. Schuster said. The ad-
dress for orders is Tax Forms
Unit, P.O. Box 1818, Cincin-
nati, Ohio, 45201. Employees
should obtain FormsW-4 from
their payron office; or ,the
na1 Revenue Service.
Sell.i1t
' Item, uncle, '''I. "eadln, .". ,un
I," and mal' 'un up '0 4 .... It.
Mn .... cancel .. d. S .. ad Oil
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AUTO REVERSE - sound on
sound stereo tape recorder and
speaker s - 7" reels - $250 - call
8974056 after 5:30 p.m, 42
TWO end tables and coffee table
Walnut finish - with formi ca top
like new - $30 - Ph , 897-2627
42
MOVIE Projector 8 mm - works
good - $15 - 7 HP 1acobson
riding mower 36" cut - electric
start - A-I $350 - - Aerator
Spiker mower attachment $25
Roller Attachment $20
6217 42
I CASE 800 Terra-matic Crawler
Loader - 897-5349 or 897-7495
42
POWER CUSHION - pol y glass
tires - 578xl5 - $100 - 897-
5347 42
STEWING HENS - on foot -
50c each - each Saturday during
October - Harold o. Allen -
Corner Haines and Middle Run
Roads - pnone 885-7888 40
(Continued from pagle 8)
Department of Educa1tion
nouncing the appointment to-
day, explained Ohio law directs
the Board to submit recommen-
dations for improving elemen-
tary and secondary education
to the Governor and members of
the General Assembly. The re-
commendations are usually sub-
mitted in December.
"Now is the time," Weiker
said, "to build upon advance-
ments as are evidenced in the ex-
cellent start of schools this fall,
which were made possible by
the significant actions taken by
the recent session of the Legis-
lature."
Weiker said, " the charge that
I have given the committee is to
build upon the bright outlook
we have in the schools of Ohio
at this time."
Dr. Jung has taken an active
part in the Department of Edu-
cation's responsibilities in the
medical aspects of physical edu-
cation and interscholast ic ath-
letics. A series of statewide con-
ferences on sports medicine was
the direct resuilt of a resolution
encouraged by the Hamilton
phYSician.
In addition to hi s interest in
education, Dr. Jung has lIsed his
professional skills in working ex-
tensively with Miami University
athletic teams as well as the Cin-
cinnati Bengals professional
football club.
Chairman of the
Committee, Weiker said, will be
Wayne E. Shaffer, an attorney,
of Bryan. Other memb,ers are
William Cossler , vice president
of the Youngstown Building
Material and Fuel Company ;
Mrs. Mildred Madison, a house-
wife, of Cleveland; John Meck-
stroth, an attorney, of Cincin-
nati; Robert Walker, an engineer
who heads his own general con-
struction firm, of Adena; and
Robert Williams, of Xenia, as-
sociated with the Delco Corpor-
atioll.
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your ad I II Ih.: G;\I.Cl h ,,!'Ii'l. p, O. B,l\ 7';1.. Ohi" .
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PHONE NUMBER
Your name and address should accompany your ad for our files.
It does not need to be published.
FREE KIITENS . 7 weeks old
897-2736 . Andres end of lane
3rd & Franklin 40
FREE - Want ed ni ce home lor
small female Shepherd - 1 yr old
897-758 1 38
FOR SALE - 26" length Muskrat
fur coat - size 16 . cleaned and
glazed - perfect condition - $25.
Man' s medium grey suit - size 40
regular - dry cleaned . $10 - Call
evenings 8974277 40
BRAND NEW white Crossbuck
storm & screen door - still in the
carton - size 36 left - $30 - 897-

2 AKC Reg German Shorthaired
, Pointers - $75 w/papers Phone
897-7551 39
FOR SALE - Twin size bed with
ivory vinyl headboard - box
springs - interspring mattress -
like new $35 - call 8974277
evenings 39
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LOT 120xl25 ft. - OCALA,
FLORIDA - $3500 - 8974415
39
MAKE HERS THE
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1000 CALLON oil tank - $75
at Mt. Holly 1-8624 159 37
AKC registered St. Bernard -
mal e - free to good home - large
Swiss type - gentle - beautifully
marked - call 897-5474 evenings
37
TWO 5 lug rims & snow
tires - all for $10 - one gas
heater 65000 BTU - like new
$75 - one gas heater 20000 BTU
like new $40 - new albums Clas-
sic & big time bands $1 each
897-2627 38
DEXTER Roller Skates - black -
size 6 - $10 - 2 boy's CPO jackets
$3 each - bird cage & stand $10
Black swivel chair $10 - electric
' corn popper $3.50 - Helena Cur-
tis hair dryer $35 - Cub Scout
clothes - 897 -5 604 38
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V ICTIMS OF WAR
During thl! s pring fi g ht ing
na re up in Vietnam. Ca tholi c
Heli d Sen ' ices pro"ided cl oth-
ing. hla nket s. food and ot hl'r
tu u, 'l'r 110.000 refug, .. ,
i n Ihl ' I )il nilnv an'; 1 ill onl '
IF I'M REALLY
YOUR BEST
mIENO-
YOU'll GIVE ME

DOG FOOD!
St ay out of t he doghouse. feed
your canine pet s LANDMARK
Nugget s or Granula t ed (meal
t ype) dog Food They' re ta st y.
they' re loaded vnt h nutr it IOnal
f ac t o r s t o ,keep yo ur p et s
hea lthy and happy . ' , and the
pr ice wil l keep you happyl Try
some.
AGRI-URBAN INC . .
Corwin Road, Waynesville
DOG

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FARM EQUIPMENT
Grain, fertilizer .. sta ke bodies;
hydraulic hOists; pick-up steke
racks, toot boxes, bumpers" tops ...
SALES & SERVICE
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3260 E Kemper Rd . CinCinnati , 0 45241
By Dick, & Judy Workman
Di ck & Judy Workman
There is a legend whi ch pur-
por ts that Clifton Gorge is the
sit e of a most incredul ous leap
perfor med by an Ohio fr ontiers-
man in night fr om pursuing In-
dians. The exact location of the
'1 "Grea t Leap" and the identity
of the fr onti ersman are unknown,
according to Fred F. Marshall ,
of Cli fton. The time of the epi-
sodc is sa id to be the lat e 1700' s
dUring the days of Daniel Boone
and Simon Kent on. In fac l. both
heen ([edit ed with the
Cil ftll ll Leap at llll e time
(I I' Jnll tlwr. Buth men were ca p-
tl ll l' d hy ,rnd both
di d till' authenti c
kapcl . Bil l thL'rl' is 110 ('vidence_
Il l il lt' 11 " I ll lhcrwisc. to prove
that <'l th l'l mall III ac tuality. per-
fOIIlI l' d the' rea l. Anl1 thcr more
crc uihk thl'lny has it that a
thir d and Ll therwi sc unknown ,
gCll t leman. named Cornelius Dar-
ncll. diu. in facl. leap Clift on
Gorge . thercby escaping a pur-
suing band of Shawnees. Ac-
cording to Greene County his-
torian M. A. Broadstone , Darnell
was held captivc, along with Dan-
iel Boone , at old Chillicothe.
After escaping from the Shawnee
town, he is said to have shot the
young chief, Uttle Fox, who
led the party in his pursuit.
With the Indians close behind
him and the gorge ahead block-
ing his flight , he was left with
no other choice but to jump the
ominous chasm in one great un-
precidented leap. Whether or not
this legend is fact perhaps will
never be known. Unfortunately,
it was never substantiated either
by Daniel Boone or by any of
the Indians known to have been
pr csent . The fact remains that
wcre it not for the legend of
" Darnell' s Leap". Cornelius Dar-
ncll would remain just anothcr
u nk now n fro n t iersman .

If you are cont emplating what
Stl f 17t l761


sD, to do w;th th' oom;", '"tu","
, wcekcnd . you might bc intcrest-
- --><-.,. , ed III making the short trip to
HOME PROJEOS ARE EASY
AND FUN TO DO WITH

CONCRETE AND
MORTAR MIXES
You .:a n make your , _
hack yard the envy
of the nei ghborhood
, . hav e a pati o .
t errace walk. lawn
benches and flow-
er bed curbing . . .
entertain around
an outdoor grill .
Fun to do and
economical too.
with Sakrete
. . . a mix for
every type of
job.
WAYNESVILL
LUMBE R
COMPANY
897-2966 -
th e Clift un Fall s area to invest i-
for yuurself the possibility
of a Clift on Gorge Leap. Perhaps
yuu will enjoy speculating as to
the loca ti on of the Great Leap.
And whil e you're there , enjoying
the scene amid the changing
Autumn colors. don't forget to
Visit the Clifton Mill. You can
enj oy a tour through the pic-
-turesque mill and perhaps acqUire
sume stone ground whole wheat
flour or Old fashioned rolled oats.
You may be certain of finding
the journey well worth your
timc.
The MIAMt A,zETt'E
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RONALD, J.
SHOEMAKER
family
RONALD J.
SHOEMAKER
36 Years Old -... lJfelollq Resident 'of Southern Ohio
S'9I'Ved 2 Yean on Waverly City CouncU
14 Year Teacher and Admlnlstrator
B. S. Deqree In Education - Ohio Univenity
Master of Education - Xavier
4 Yean PrIncipal of Waverly Hlc;rh School
C:hairman 1969 Pike County United Fund Driv,
. PubUc Education Chairman PIke County Cancer Sodety
Active in Fund Ralainq for Boy Scouts
Member of Waverly Service Club
Member of Waverly Jaycees
Member of National State. and Local Education Auoclatlon
IJfe Member Ohio Education .Auod_on
Married - 3 ChlldNa for
STATE SENATOR<
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The MIAMI GA
Second class postage paid at Waynesville, Ohio
VolA NoA3 October 25 , 1972 Waynesville. Ohio
FAIRlEYS IN SPOTLIGHT
Hardware has been in approximately 44 years.
. . Hardware _, C .. J:I. m$ Sluoughf, Jim Arthur,
i t9 yo g" d' 0l 0: . ... .. ItnuI, .. lJ4..ve Mc-
," 1 Ii' '. ',: ,;; /' .. : .. me.' .. . Pefe Run-
.... -_ . er" ... , t '. Jiave Jf . complete line yon, - P.uJ urtis, - lBot).. .Leach,
. are fil bii)i8r ivitlHhe df ,appliance's" . ahd hardware, Clarence Suo'up, ' Clharles Hay,
ware store that has been here gifts 'and many other items, also Har01d McFarland, Elias Poole,
approximately 44 years. farm and garden supplies. Eva Wharton Routzahn, Audrey .
_ The present manager is Mort Edwin Surface is a present . Burton, Alberta Surface, Ray-
Martin with wife Lola as the employee but do any of these mond Morgan and Wanda
office manager.
other names sound familiar to Holmes.
Vernon Fairley Sr. is the sole you?
They have been at their pre-
owner with Vernon Fairley Jr. Stanley Bailey, Russell Wil- sent location approximately 20
who is now the President. son, Virgil lsaccs, Israel Scott, years.
They also have stores in Blan- Virgil Doam, Hershel Lovely,
chester, Wilmington, Sabina, John Woollard, Ernie Mackey,
HALLOWEEN CANDY SALE
LION'S CLUB PROJECT
Last chance for Halloween
Candy from'a Lyon's Club mem-
ber. Help support this worth
while project.
The Lion's Club for the com-
ing year will spend $400.00 as
for eye exams for needy children.
Also $300.00 for a scholar-
ship fund for a deserving senior.
__ !,he Scouts will receive $150
and Buckeye Boys and Girls
State $50.00
The pilot dogs for the blind
will also receive $50.00.
A $100.00 ad will be put in
the year book. another project
FESTIVAL WINNERS NAMED
The following people were for $2.75.
winners in the different cate Don Hawke of Waynesville
gories at the 3rd Annual Sauer- was the chairman for the largest
kraut Festival held October 14th. head of cabbage.
For the largest head of cab- The chairman for the Best
bage the frrst prize went to Jim Homemade sauerkraut was Harry
Carter of Waynesville. His cab- Styers of Waynesville.
bageweighed in at 23 Ibs and The winners were 1st place
12 ounces.
Mrs. Gerry Simison of Waynes-
The second place winner was ville.
Gene Bogan of Waynesville with' Second place went to Murray
a cabbage weighing 19 lb. and Davidson of Corwin.
5 oz.
And third place winner was
The third place winner was Mrs. Kathy Conner of Waynes-
Arthur Sewell with a 16tb. 4 oz. ville.
cabbase;
Honorable mention went to
The. largest heM! of cabbage Judy Davidson.
was donated by and sold The judges were.. Gall Gordon
to Mf. C. L Johnson qf ". of Harve)'sbWB., of
is the band calend.ar and the
atheltic program.
The Lions Club president is
Harold (Andy) Anderson, Ed-
ward Andres is treasurer, and
Dave Cessna is secretary.
Don't forget yowr Halloween
candy any member can help you.
The Club meets the I st and
3rd Monday of the month at the
Town Square Restaurant at 6:30
P.M.
Corwin, Joe Shank. of Spring-
field, and Martha Southworth
of Enon, Ohio .
Their kraut was chosen for
color, taste and texture.
Dennis Dalton was in charge
of the craft booths.
The first place winner was
Mrs. Connie Crabtree of Frank-
lin with corn husk dolls.
Second place winner was Phil
Hilliard, Mark Rademacher, John
Roat for macrame.
'fI:lese young men came the
farthest distance coming here
from Chicago.
Third place went to Mrs. Don.
. aid Hunter of Dayt.on for quilts.
R. J. Bohner drove a 1937
Plymouth from Columbus to re-
ceive . the shows Furthest dis-
Powder Puff Football Game
Thursday, October 26
The Annual Powder Puff
Football Game will be held , un- -
der the lights. on the H. S. Foot-
ball Field, Thursday , Oct. 26,
1972. For rea l excit ement and
some lancy fuotball slradegy
wat ch the gi rl s in actIOn. The
Freshmen and Senior giris will
play the Sophomore and Junior
girls. Admissiun is 75c for adult s,
SOc fu: student s. ofT time
will be 7:30 P.M.
Attention All Warren
County Residents. Any news
item you have will be ac-
cepted for the Miami Ga-
zette ir. the future. We are
expanding County wide. We
need your help
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Attention Kids
Beggars night has been set
for Friday, October the 27th,
from 4:00 P.M, _to 6:00 P.M.
NOTICE - All news items
I1)Ust be in this office by
5':00' P.M. Monday and all
Claaiflad Ad. and Display
muit be in by
10:00 A.M. Tuesday.
PLEASE CO-OPERATE!
Notice
Ohio's Junior Miss for 1972
will be a guest at the Warren
County Junior Miss Pageant on
Friday, October the 28th at
8:00 P. M. at Lebanon High
School located at State Route
48 and Miller Road, There will
be $2,000 in College scholar-
ships. Three girls from Waynes-
ville are participating in the pa
geant.
Attention
Warren County Junior
Miss. Susan Workman. will
be on the Rosemary Kelly
Show on WLW-T ChannelS
at 8:25 A.M. Friday. Octo-
ber the 27th.
tance trophy.
Other car show winners in-
cluded Best of Show, a 1930
Packard owned by Lester Oeder
of Morrow Route 2, Peoples
Choice, frrst a 1930 Phaeton
Packard owned by W. Blakesly
of Xenia, second, a 1942 Rolls
Royce owned by Don Gingerich
of Franklin and third, a 1929
Dodge owned by Mike Bunting
of Lebanon.
The Czeck Dancers Polka Club
of Ohio, near the
Michigan border chartered a bus ,
for approximately 100 people
. at a cost of $400.00.
Festival Chairman William
Stubbs said he would like to
. thank . the following people for
. .helping to make the festival the
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Single Copy lOc
WELCOME
DR. BECKER
Dr. Daniel E. Becker opens
General Dentistry Office.
Thomas Cooper, Administ ra-
tor of Quaker Heights is an-
nouncing the opening of a gen
eral dentistry office by Dr.
Daniel E. Becke.r in
Heigltts. S81
Waynesville, Ohio.
Dr. Becker was rear.ed in
Spring Valley, attended Xenia '
High School where he was a
class officer and member of the
Student Council. After complet .
ing high school he attended Ohio
Univ. at Athens, and there he
was team mascot for three years
and served as dorm officer and
floor counselor. This year he was
graduated from the Ohio State
Univ. College of Dentistry where
he worked for the Buckeye Boys
Ranch System and was on the
Dean' s advisory Committee at
the Dental College.
Dr. Becker had a number of
opponunities at other places but
chose Waynesville because he
has always liked this general area,
the community, and its nearness
to Dayton and Cincinnati.
Appointments can be made
by calling 8972001.
success it was:
Included are the Village of
Waynesville, Mayor James Crane,
Bob Stansberry and Troop 40,
Len Geahring and Troop 5 I ,
WayneSVille Band and Drill Team
and High School, Methodist
Church, Committee Chairman
Mary Lemay, Helen Preston, By-
ron Ames, Harold Purkey, Bob
Chapman.
Harry Styers for all his work,
Don Hawke, Cap Stubbs, Glynn
Marsh, Sally Smith, Dennis Dal-
ton, Jim Crane for speaker sys-
tem and platform duties, Town
Square Restaurant, Opal Stubbs,
Cooks at school, Charlie Morgan,
Joe Bailey, Dave Eaton, Diane
Hisey, Margaret Ann Chapman,
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THE MIAMI GAZETTE
P. O. BOX 78 , WAYNESVILLE PHO"lE 8975921
Mary Bellman
Phillip Morgan
The Valley Shopper, Inc.
Editor
Advertising Manager
Publishers
Bench
McGovern
Swanberg
Levin
From Behind the Plate
McGovern: The Man and His Beliefs
Luce and His Empire
The Stepford Wives
ARTIST OF THE MONTH
LINDA RAMBY DYE
4th STREET WAYNESVILLE, OHIO PH. 897-4826
WAYNESVILLE
Good neighborhood close to school beautiful 3 bedroom
Brick Ranch on corner lot large kitchen with dining area
utility room 1';' baths living room 2 car garage Vacant
Call Wanda Chattin 8974736.
WAYNESVILLE - Investment Property
3 Family apartment Brick 4 rooms bath & utility room
each Call Wanda Chatt in for more information.
COUNTRY LIVING
2 Wooded acres with a 4 bedroom Ranch home . large
living room family ro'om with WBFP . 2 baths partial
basement . 2 car garage . mature trees and a view . call
Wanda Chattin 8974736.
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feffets f 0
lite
We as a gro up would like to
expr ess our thanks and apprecia
ti on to Mr. Jim Ryan , of the
Way nesville Lumber Co. for the
int erest he took in the High
School Band during the Sauer
kraut Festival. Mr. Ryan donated
the 8'x IO' Red Barn which was
used as a band booster booth and
then later sold to the highest bid
der , also all the "do it yourself'
wood it ems in the booth were
made & donated by him. The
full proceeds were donated to
the Waynesville Musi.c Assn. to
further the needs of our High
School Band which we are most
proud of. It takes in terested
citi zens to support the band anJ
stimulat e the interest to con-
tinue the pride and quality our
local band now has. Thanks from
all our community and students
for your interest and hard work
Mr. Rvan .
Wa ynesvill e Hi School Band
l
and
Waynesville Music Parents
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LEGAL NOTICE
Call No. 483 Charter No. 2220 National Bank Region No. 4
CONSOLIDATED REPORT OF CONDITION
InCl udIng domestic SUbsi di aries, of Ihe Waynesv ill e Nat ional Bank of
Wavnesville In th e st ale of Ohio, at the close of on October 10,
1972 published In response to call made bY comptrOller of the currency,
under T itl e 12, Uni ted States COde, Sect i on 16l.
ASSETS
CaSh and due from banks (in cl udi ng $none unpost ed debits)
U.S. Treasury sec urit ies . . ... . .. .. . . ......... ...
Obligat ions of Statlls and pOlitical sUbd lvls.ons . . . . . .
Other securities (Including $none corporate stock) . ..
Federal funds SOld and securities purchased under
agreements to resell ... . ... .. .. .. ........
Loans ..... . ... . . . . .. .... .. ... . ...... . . .. . . .
Bank pr emises, furniture and fi)(tur es. and other assets
representing bank premises ..... . .. . . .. . .... . .
Other assets (inclUding $none d i rect lease financ i ng) . .
. TOTAL ASSETS ... ... .. . . .... ........ . .. . .
LIABILITIES
Demand deposits of Indi vidual s. part nerships, and
cor porations . . . . . ... ... .. .... .. . . . ... . ... .
Time and savings deposi ts of Individuals, part nerships,
and corporations ... . ...... .. . . ..... .. . . ...
DepOSits of United States Government .. ..... . . .. .
Deposit s of St ates and pOlitical subdivisions . . . . . ' . .
Certified and officers' checks, et c. ... . ......... . . . .
TOTAL DEPOSITS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. . . . . . ... . .
(a) Total demand deposits . . . . . . . $10,119,503.96
(b) Total time and savings deposits $ 3,487,556.70
$ 1,081,310.73
1,349,992.25
1,263,850.73
12, 000.00
1, 300 ,000.00
6, 017,666.96
207,030,58
10,579.66
$11,242,630 .91
$ 2.838,909,37
6,431,947.26
53,963.67
515,296 . 18
279,387 .48
Other liabil i ties .... . ...... . . .. . .. . $ 6,631,94 7 .26 241, 132 . 08
TOTAL LIABILITIES ...... ... .... .... ... .. . .. . $10,360,636.04
RESERVES ON LOANS AND SECURITIE
Reserve for bad debt losses on " oans . (set up pursuant to
I RS rulings) ...... . . . .. . ... ... . . . ... .. ... .. .
Othel reserves on loans . ... . .. . . ........ . .... .. .
Reserves on securities. . .. . .. . ... ...... .. .... . . .
TOTAL RESERVES ON LOANS AND SECURITIES
CAPITAL ACCOUNTS
Equity capltaHotal . .. . ..... . ... .. ...... . ..... .
Common Stock total par value ..... . . . ...... . .
No. shares authorized 10,000
No. shares outstandi ng 10,000
Surplus . _ . .. .... .. . .. . . . . .. . . .......... .
Und i vided profits . ... . .. . ... .. ......... . .. .. .. .
76,896. 37
45, 000.00
10,000.00
131,896.37
750,098 .50
100,000.00
300,000.00
350,098.5"0
75 0,098 .5 0
TOTAL CAPITAL ACCOUNTS .... . .... . .. . .
TOTAL LlABILI r lES, RESERVES. AND CAPITAL
ACCOUNTS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ' $11,242,6 30.91
MI:. MORANDA
Average of total d eposits for the 15 calendar d ays end ing
9,754,833.00
with ca ll dat e .... . ....... . . . . . .... . .. . .... .
Average of total loans for the 15 ca l endar days end i ng

with call date .... ... .. .. ........... . . . ..... .
I , Earl W. Conner, PreSi dent , of t he above named bank do hereby de-
cillre that this report of condition Is true and correct to t he best of my
knowledge and belief,
EARL W, CONNER
We, the undersigned d irectors attest the correctness of this r eport of
condition and declare that It has been e)(amlned by u s and to the best
of our kn owl edge and belief ts true and correct.
ROSS H . HARTSOCK
OWEN F . HARTSOC K Directors
SETH E. FURNAS
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Festival Winners Named
Wilma Watson, Doris Conner,
Rall'h. Flore,n"c.e.: ):las\,ings,

4-H memberS', Girl Scouts, Char-
les Thill , Miami Gazette, Bob
Kathryn. Ann Baker, Lion' s Club,
Bill Purkey, Pat Rye, Lynn Baal ,
and Don Hockett.
PTO HALLOW E
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CARNIVAL
CT 28THsUPPER 5

8 PM
BINGO 7 PM
(CHARLIE GOODTIMEJ
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l.: CARVED PUMPKIN CONTEST
Animal Character
Devil
Hobo
YOUNGEST IN COSTUME
Most original (2 categ.)
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OlDE$T IN' COSTUM
Clown
Indian
Pirate
Most Patriotic
Ghost
Gypsy ;,: .' .
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Witch
0-7 YEARS .'
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LGsT. FAMILY. IN COSTtJME
All O AIlIZATlON 0' r"UIIOIiAL AutOIlOllLI SALUIIIII
Doug Sturgill
STENGERS FORD. INC:.
21101 IIOUTH DIXI" DRIVE
DAYTON. OHIO 45409
8ALS REPRESENTATIVE
H&W AHD USEO CARS AHD TRUCKS
LIlAIIIHG AND 'LEn
The MIAMI GAZETTE
Sunday ' 11 a;m. - 8
Phone 897-7801
GOOD FOOD
WHAT ON EARTH ARE YOU DOING,
FOR HEAVEN'S SAKE?
TAKE A BIG STEP FORWARD
THIS SUNDAY AND BRING THE
WHOLE FAMILY TO CHURCH
'l: I ,_ . . f,J 0 ..
HUNtiNG?
. . .., ,;.. ". .. . . ".If.!
't,o ' JHE END OF YOUR SEARCH FOR ,A FRIENDLY
LOOKING FOR A NON-DENOMINATIONAL,
LIVE GROWING CHURCH? LIKE MUSIC?
HOW ABOUT MESSAGES THAT OPEN THE BIBLE
TO SEE WHAT GOD SAYS?
DO YOU HAVE CHILDREN?
HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS?
WANT TO HELP CHANGE THE WORLD?
DID YOU KNOW?
YOU CAN BE A CHRISTIAN
WITHOUT JOINING ANY
DENOMINATION!
COME ... SEE
BWf. $.ii,

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THE DIFFERENCE
IS WORTH
THE DISTANCE
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BIBLE - BELIEVING CHURCH
FERRY CHURCH OFCHRIS1
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CORNER'OFSOCIAL ROW ROAD &
WI,LMINGTON PIKE
Worship with us on the Lord's Day
Early Worship Service 8:00 AM
Bible School 9:15 (Classes for all ages)
Morning Worship 10:20 (Services for all ages)
Youth Meeting 6:00 PM - Evening Worship 7:00 PM
Mid-week prayer and Bible study Wednesday 7:30
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Tle ftlfn
bV.Mary Bellman

Mr. & Mrs. Alton Earnhart
son Ryan and daughter Ruth uf
Chestertun. Indiana, were week-
end guests of hi s parents Mr. &
Mrs. A. H. Earnhart.
Mrs. Viola Smith of Tuscan,
Ari zona, and Mr. & Mrs. Alfred
Hay uf Medway, Ohio, visited
Mr. & Mrs. A. H. Earnhart Tues-
day eve ning October 17tIL
The MIAMI GAZETTE'
JUNIOR MISS CONTEST
Two Thousand dollars in a total uf $400 in college scho-
college scholarships will be a- Iarships to be dunated by Leba-
warded the .top five finalists in non Electric Supply. Inc. -
the 1972-3 Warren County Ju- and Warren County Junior Miss.
nior Miss Pageant to be held on Inc. - S200.
Saturday, October 28, 1972 at Second Runner-up will re-
8 P.M. in the Lebanon High ceive a total of $300 in scho-
School Auditorium located at larships to be donated by Le-
State Route 48 and Miller Road. banon Trotting Club , Inc - SIOO.
Three hundred dollars in and Hamilton Racing Associa-
bonds will be given winners in tion , Inc. - $100, and Warren
Ihe categories of Poise and Ap- County Junior Miss. Inc - SI 00.
pearance. Youth Fitness, Crea- Third Runner-up will receive
tive and Performing Arts, Scho- a total of $200 in scholarships
lastic, and Miss Personality. from Middletown Federal Sa-
The new Warren County Ju- vings & Loan Association - $100
nior Miss will receive a total of and Warren County Junior Miss,
S 1,000 in scholarships to be Inc. $100.
donated by Kings Island - $600 Fourth Runner-up will re-
and Warren County Junior Miss, ceive $100 in scholarships from
Inc. - $400.
Richard A. Walker Insurance in
Each willner in the Poise and
Appearance. Youth Fitness. and
Creative and Performing Arts
categories will receive a total of
SSO in bonds. Every Runner-up
in each division will receivc a
Bond.
The Scholastic winner will
receive a SSO Bond and the
"Miss Personality:' voted on by
the contestants. will receive a
Bond .
Lawnmower & EqUipment Com-
pany.
In addition to her $1.000
College Scholarship. the Junior
Miss will receive a flying course
from Lane's Lebanon Air Ser-
vice. and Celebrity Jewelry from
Linda Jack and Dorothy Law-
will of Middletown. a tiara frolll
Gray's Jewelry of Lebanon. red
roses fwm Cedar City Florist of
Leb:!non. and a large trophy
from The Warren County Junior
Miss. Inc.
In addition to scholarships,
the four runnersup will receive
l 'elebrity necklaces from Linda
Jack and Dorothy Lawwill of
Middleiown. and each will reo
ceive trophies from Warren Coun-
ty Junior Miss. Inc.

___ ___ Mason - $50. First Mason Bank-


CA R L
' $25 and The People's Building
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Loan & Savings Company in
Mason IGA Foodliner dona-
ted the SSO Bond for the Schoo
lastic winner. vI' $ 25
Bonds are Dakin Insurance A-
gency . Inc. of Lebanon. The
Waynesville National Bank. Wort-
co. Inc. uf Franklin. Wood Bro-
thers Party Pantry of Franklin.
Franklin Burger Chef. Cookies
Grocery of Franklin. and Kesling
Camera Shop of Franklin. Of-
fice Outfitters , Inc. of Lr.banon
and Middletown , and Springboro
Winners and Runners-up in
the various categories will rc-
ceive trophies in addition to
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BRADSTREET
A MAN YOU CAN TRUST
FOR
COUNTY COMMISSIONER
Issued By Stan Kolb, Franklin, Ohio
RE-ELECT
RUSSELL DUMFORD
WARREN COUNTY
TREASURER
"RUSS" DUMFORD Is:
Capable - Thrifty
Honest and Efficient
Qualified by Ability
and Experience
There is No Substitute for Experience, Honestly Appliedl
You Are Invited and Urged to Check "Russ" Dumford's
Record and at the Polls next Tuesday,
Support His Candidacy_'
Paid Political Advertisement
Issued by Dumford for Treasurer
Committee
Dr. Frank H. Batsche, Mason
Carl D. Stiles, Lebanon
Clayton C. Hollon, Chainrian
126 E. Bryant, Franklin
Mason - $25.
Immediate
Occupancy
from only
$23,500
You can move in right now! Corwin Heights has a number of new
homes already built and waiting for you. Come 'out and drive .
through the development. Select the home that suits your family
or pi.ck out a lot. We'll build the home of your choice. Three
beautlfu! models to choose from, with many options available .
..... has been completed thru to Miller Road, so
Corwin Heights IS that much easier to reach. Come out today!
Your new home is ready!
ranch, bi-Ievel & tri-Ievel homes
all forms of financing: including
fha, va, & conventional.
FROM LEBANON :
Take route 48 north to
V2 mile beyond the
race track, turn left on
Lawndale and follow
the signs to models.
FROM MIDDLE-
TOWN: Take route
122 east to route 48.
south, turn right on
Lawndale and follow
signs to models.
@
FROM FRANKLIN
AND SPRINGBORO:
Take route 73 east to
route 48 south, turn
right on Lawndale and
follow signs to models.
Phone: 932-7852
BUILDERS or

regular hours now 1 to 9 PM dlJily

Jus., for visiting Corwin Heights. you receive a free Sar-S-Que Grill with no
' .r- J obligation. We know you'lI find it useful as you enjoy the leisure time you'll
once you move to a new worry-free home; waiting for you at Corwin
HeIghts. Umlt ... one to a family.
Name __________ ______________________________ __
Address ________ :-_______ ____________ _
Phone. ________ _
7034
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Valley Hosp; Oct. S - two car ingHosp.;Oct.12 -iniury _
WAYNE 1WP FIRE & LIFE
The Wayne Twp. Squad
began serv:e September 8th.
They mad, 15 emergency runs
in Sept. Th, 'have already made
16 runs this month. Runs are
. also made in Massie Twp. and
Oregonia, which are paid under
contract by those trustees to our
trustees. This service is strictly
an emergency service only. All
other calls will be directed to
the Stubbs-Conrier Funeral
Home as before. Anyone need
ing emergency service should
contact the Wayne Twp. Fire &
Rescue 897-6006.
Beside the Ambulance Runs,
Fire Runs and Annual Firemen's
Fish Fry this month; the fire
r:len have been busy with talks
and tours of the Firehouse &
Equipment for Fire Prevention
Week. During the past few weeks
they presented programs for the
Progressive Women's Club, Ma
jors ' n Minors C.C,L. Club and
Troop 40 Boy Scouts.
Anyone wishing a program
presented by a fireman , may
contact Allie Carter , Jr. . 897
4395.
Wayne Twp. Fire Runs - Oct.
I . 19 - Oct. 5 . False Alarm
Run ; Oct. 7 - Malfunction in a
larm system at Quaker Heights
Nursing Home ; Oct. 8 . House
fire - Wayne Twp. Life