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Get Out 'And Vote November 6th!


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Vol. 5, No. 44
Tuesday, October 30, 1973
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WalteI- BUl'"dlne
R.R. 3
WaynesvIlle, 0 45068
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Voters
To Seat Four On Council
CATHERINE PUMPHREY
The biggest decision Waynes-
ville voters will make at the polls
on Nov. 6 will be that of four
village councilmen to be elected
from a slate of seven candidates.
Choosing one Wayne Township
Trustee from three contestants
will run a close second.
V oters will also accept or reject
a new Wayne ' Township Zoning
three '
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CHRISTOPHER CAMPBELL MARION ANDERSON
capability.
(Mrs. Roland ). "Women take
"My only wish is for good pro more interest in public affairs."
gressive government for the Mrs. Pumphrey. 50, moved to
town and the majority of the Waynesvill e in 1965 from
people while giving consideration Washington, D.C. From 1965 to
to the minority opinion," 1971. she owned and operated a
Five write-in candidates for beauty salon at Waynesville.
council filed special registr ation A , U.S. Navy WAVE during
with the Board of Election before W.W. II, she has five children. A
Oct. 17..
son Nels remains at home,
Twenty-year-old Christopher "I simply want to be a part of
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MA,R8IlAW;"".;Io ," _'::': ' PubUc Al!airs candidate, hope-
yctUl.ngest' ': community," Mrs.
. ' "I ,like I
political o'ffjc!e is a 'junior at think' WayneSVille is a nice little
Wright State Universi t y at town."
fully pass a tax levy for a joint
vocational school and vote on
four state issues.
It,iarian Sue Anderson and
Richard H. Hull were the only
persons to file regular petitions
with the Warren County Board
of Elections at Lebanon for the
Village council openihgs prior to
the board's Aug. 8 filing
deadline.
A housewife and mother of
tHree, Mrs. Anderson, 34, is a
native of Shreveport, La., where
she received her initial educa-
tion.
Mrs. Anderson, who currently
is completing the
council terqt of Homer ' Ramby
who fUllng the same for
Larry Miranda, has been a
W,ayn98ville are!' 'resident for
'1 4j f
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Fairborn, He is a biology st.udent Uncontested for three seats on
with a major in secondary edu- the Wayne Local Board of Educa-
cation.
tion are Robert L. Bernard,
Campbell, the son of'Mlr. and Claire A. Dunkin and Dan W.
Mrs. Richard Campbell of Frank- Simpson.
lin Road, is unmarried and a Incumbent Robert L. Bernard
graduate of Waynesville High has currently completed eight
School. An active DeMolay years on the board (two terms).
member, he is a former He is presently vice-president of
Commander of Miami Valley board.
Priory.
i\ graduate of Waynesville High
"I'd like to try to do what I can School, he attended Ohio State
for the town," he commented. University at Columbus. He is
Former Waynesville council- married to the former Harriet
man, Marshall Filer, of 644 Workman and they have three
Dayton Road, is a retired children, Alan, a freshman at
employee of Southern Hills Otterbein University at West-
Supply Company Dayton. erville; Andrea, a sophomore at
Filer, 67. is a ' native of Waynesville High School and
Cynthiana, Ky. The. majority of Pau, a fourth grade student at
his life he has been a resident of Waynesville Elementary School.
' Waynesville where he attended ''I'm very interested in the
, the local schools. He is a member vocational school which is very
of the Waynesville Lions Club. much, needed so that our young
The only statement Filer had to people can compete in job work
-.,fiake was, "I'm going into it with the young people of sur
,,",'fIrlI01' council race) for the bet- rounding counties," he said. "I'm
termel)t of the town." interested in \!ontinuing good
Ota Jones, retired service schools." "
operator, has bee11 a resi- An employee of the Duriron
de,nt of the Corwin-Waynesville Company at Dayton. Bernard,
area for 26' years. 46. is a veteran of the U.S. Army.
A Corwin Mayor and He holds ' memberships in the
councilman, ' Jones, 50, owned Waynesville High School Music
and operated Jones Service Parents Association, P.T.O. and
Station for 22 years. His wife, is chairman of the council of
Violet, owns ilnd operates an Ministries of the Waynesville
_ .p,tiq!:les shop in their home at United Methodist Church.
Analyst in the
296 South Main St. have any bones to pick
and Managefllent at Willis D. Hunter, a native of with anybody." commented Dan
Defense' Electron Supply Scipio, Ind., has lived in Waynes- W. Simpson. ". have four child
has been a Federal govermnent ville for 30 years. He is a retired ren in school and I will do the
employee for 25 years. , carpenter foreman from Antioch best job I can."
Jlull, a U.S. of College at Yellow Sprin.gs. Simpson, 41, was a faculty
World War n, is martied and has Hunter, 65, resides at 608 North member at Waynesville High
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grown children. He has been Street. "Any public official In my School from 1958 to 1963. He
Il resident for 25 opjnion, should be a repre- received Ii B.S. degree in educa-

, aentative of the people and not of tion from Wilmington College in
to, grind," said he commented. 1954. He also attended Miami
' I will ' ' think there sho\lld University at Oxford and the
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" to ,IIie:,:beit,,:i( ,lDY ;).c.remuked Cathenne ,Pumphrey.
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RICHARD HULL
ORA JONES
CLAIRE DUNKIN
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Know Your Drugs
The next few weeks The Miami
Gazette will have this column on
drugs so parents ' and teenagers
can better understand some of
the real dangers of today's drug
scene.
Marijuana, drug composed of
the dried inflorescences of can-
nabil sativa, the common hemp.
Native to Asia and naturalized
throughout tropical and temper-
. ate regions of the world. The
inflorescences contain a hypnotic
resin, called cannabin, and an
essential oil. The drug is smoked
by addicts in the form of
cigarettes. Marijuana has an
extensive effect on the nervous
system, but its habit-forming
properties are a matter of
controversy among physicians.
Moderate or small doses of the
drug are stimulant in the early
stages following administration,
but act as a depressant in later
stages. Marijuana causes dilation
, of the pupils of the eyes, general
depression of the sense of touch,
and reduction of pain. It also
tends to cause a semiconscious
mental condition resulting in loss
of power to judge time and
distance, and produces a feeling
of well-being which often impels
the user to perform senseless
acts. In later stages, the drug
produces drowsiness, followed
by sleep. Moderate amounts of
marijuana are rarely fatal, but
may cause semipermanent de-
pression of respiratory and cir-
culatory functions.
Antique Car Participants
The following were the
participants in the antique car
parade held at the 4th Ohio
Sauerkraut on October
13th at Waynesville. Calien
Lorenzo 418 Franklin Ave,
Xenia; William Wilson 304 W.
Park Lebanon; Scott Remley
R.R.2 Waynesville; Kenneth
Sullivan Box 94 Kings Mills;
Gobeul Poling 711 McKinley
Pique; William Mowen 120 S.
Garland Ave. Dayton; George
Dome 3456 Woodhaven Dr.
Franklin; Cilia Knox 1333 Radio
Rd. Dayton; Carl Bishop 3020
Dahlia Dayton; Lee SuUivan
Waynesville.
R.J . Dohner 188 Reinhard
B.G. Kesly. 1075
Darlington Beavercreek; Kirk
Webb 2832 Linwood Ave.
Cincinnati; Harvey Huffman
9216 Grandview Ave. Blue Ash;
Carl Hasz 819 Milburn Ave.
Dayton; Westley Newman 77 S.
College Sabina; Bob Back 312
Crawford Middletown; DOI\
Edwards
C.H.; Bert Sheard 8406 Weath-
erfield Ln. Cincinnati.
Charles Francis 1206 Bauer Rd.
Sommerville; Donald LaPlante
417 Franklin St. Xenia; Howard
Cheadle 2902 Greenvisti Dr.
Fairborn; Cicil Real 2716 Aerial
Kettering; Charles H. Moore-
2733 Ghent Ave. Dayton.
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Seniors recently ..
The ASV AB Armed Services
Vocational Aptitude Battery test
was recently given to senior
studies at Waynesville High
School by Army Sergeant Phil
Bryan of the Lebanon Recruiting,
Office.
Student answer sheets have
been forWarded to Randolph Air
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aDd ttRrreslilts will be returned
to the High SchCl101 Guidance
Counselor David Cessna within a
period of SO' days.
The tests are a service provided
at no cost to the school or
student.
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a week prior to the meetings for pubUc:ation in the Gazette's
Community Calendar. Otherwise the meetings or events will not
appear. Listings should include the organization name or that of the
event, date, time and place of meeting. Club sec:retaries will be
responsible for phoning meetings' information and for making any
ehanges in calendar Ustings.
ROTARY CLUB-6:30 p.m., Tuesday, Oct. 30, dinner meeting, Town
Square Restaurant and Coffee Shop.
T.O.P.S. OH-I29 WAISTLINERS-7 p.m., Tuesday, Oct. 30, St.
Mary's Episcopal Church basement.
WAYNESVILLE HISTORICAL SOCIETY-8 p.m., Wednesday, Oct.
81, Mary L. Cook Public Library, Mrs. Kenneth Hough, speaker.
BOARD OF PUBLIC AFFAIRS-7:30 p.m., Wednesday, Oct. 81,
Waynesville Power House.
GmLS ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION POWDER PUFF FOOTBALL-
7:30 p.m., Nov. 1, Waynesville High School.
WAYNE TOWNSHIP TRUSTEES-7:30 p.m., Thursday, Nov. I,
Wayne Township Fire House.
FOOTBALL GAME-6 p.m. Reserve, 8 p.m. Varsity, Friday, Nov. 2,
Waynesville Spartans vs. Little Miami, Waynesville High School.
PEP RALLY-1:56 p.m., Friday, Nov. 2, Waynesville High School.
FARMER'S GRANGE NO. 138 p.m., Saturday, Nov. 8, Friends
Social Room.
SPAGHETTI DINNER-4:30 p.m.-7 p.m., Saturday, Nov. 3, Green
Knoll School, Lebanon.
LIONS CLUB-6:30 p.m., Monday, Nov. 5, dinner meeting, Town
Square Restaurant and Coffee Shop.
BOY SCOUT TROOP 40-7 p.m., Monday, Nov. 5, United Methodist
Church.
BOY SCOUT TROOP 40 WEBELOS-7 p.m., Monday, Nov. 5, United
Methodist' Church.
VILLAGE COUNCIL-7:30 p.m., Monday, Nov. 5, Mayor's office in
Wayne Township Fire House.
DEPARTMENTAL MEETINGS-2:30 p.m., Tuesday., Nov. 6, room
104, Waynesville High School.
ROTARY CLUB-6:30 p.m" Tuesday, Nov. 6, dinner meeting, Town
Square Restaurant and Coffee Shop. _
T.O.P.S. OHI29 W AI8TLINERS-7 p.m." Tuesday, Nov. 6, St. Mary's
Episcopal Church basement. .
CAESAR'S CREEK PIONEER VILLAGE. INC.-7:30 p,m., Tuesday,
Nov. S"St. Mary's Episcopal Church. " ' , ,'.'
CLt1.B-'l:30 p.m:ii '
:.ville Junior High School multi-purpos'.e'" . ", .'#-' . \
STUDEN1 COUNCDAirst period, Wedn _n Nov. J,.band room,'
,Waynesville High.School: -
SENIORS CARDS. ANNOUNCEMENTS-second period,
day, Nov. 7, order in cafeteria, Waynesville High Scllool.
BROWNIE TROOP 307-after school, Wednesday, Nov. 7, United
Methodist Church.
PROGRESSIVE WOMEN'S CLUB-6:30 p.m., Wednesday, Nov. 7,
Town Square Restaurant and Coffee Shop.
BOY ScOUT TROOP 51-7:30 p.m., Wednesday, Nov. 7, St. Mary's
Episcopal Church Parish House. .
RAINBOW NO. 140-7 p.m., Wednesday, Nov. 7,
Masonic Temple. . . -
NINE WEEKS TESTS- ,per.iods 1" and 7, Thursday, Nov. 8,
Waynesville Schoo}. : _ ., ' .'
NINE WEEKS TESTS-periods 2,4 and 6, Friday, Nov, 9, Waynes
ville High School.
PEP RALLY-1:56 p.m., Friday, N<;)v. 9, Waynesville High School.
FOOTBALL GAME-6 p.m., reserve, 8 p.m., varsity, Friday, Nov. 9,
Waynesville High School, Spartans vs. Yellow Springs.
BOY SCOUT TROOP 40-7 p.m., Monday, Nov. 12, United Methodist
Church.
BOY SCOUT TROOP 40 WEBELOS-7 p.m., Monday, Nov. 12, United
Methodist Church. .
WAYNE WCAL SCHOOL BOARD OF EDUCATION-7:30 p.m.,
Monday, Nov. 12, administration building, Waynesville High School.
ATTENDANCE RECORDS-12 p.m. noon, Tuesday, Nov. 18, au
grades and attendance records due in office, Waynesville High
School.
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University of Dayton.
Born and reared at Waynes-
ville. Simpson served in the U.S.
Army from 1954 to 1956. Cur-
rently engaged in the building
and real estate business, he is
married to the forn .er Carlotta
Brown. The Simpsons children
include, Chris, a sophomore;
Mike, eighth gradei Jackie, third
grade and Amy Jo, kindergarten.
Claire A. Dunkin,.3B, has been a
Wayne Township resident for
three years. Born and reared in
Milwaukee, Wis. she attended
Wisconsin State Teachers Col-
lege.
She is married to Don R.
Dunkin. They have three child-
ren, Donna, a freshman at Miami
University at Oxford; Tom, a
Waynesville High School junior
and David, a fourth grade
student at Waynesville Elem-
entary School.
Mrs. Dunkin, whose interest in
education was expanded during
her involvement in the Search
for Consensus in Ohio, became
Interested in school boards
several years ago. She has
attended board meetings in
many school systems.
"Due to transfers (nine times in
15 years), our children were in
many different school systems,"
Mrs, Dunkin said. "We moved to
Waynesville when my husband
went into business in Dayton and
I plan to stay in Waynesville long
e!lough to be buried under the
apple tree in my back yard."
"I feel that the most important
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problem in all school districts is .
communication. Students, par-
ents, teachers, 3dministrators
and school board members must
have a better flow of information
and ideas. They should encour-
age parents to attend school
board meetings and P.T.O.
meetings and get to know their
schools better. The schools in a
community should reflect . the
needs of the community."
Veteran Wayne Township Trus-
tee, George Henderson. will seek
re-election vieing with Robert L.
(Bob) Campbell and James
Coffman, one of whom will also .
fill a vacancy created by Virgil
Wilkerson, who is retiring. Hen-
derson, well known area farmer,
who has completed several years
on the Wayne Township Trus-
tees Board, was not available for
comment at press time.
Robert L. (Bob) CampbelJ, 44, a
Waynesville native and the son
of the late Richard Campbell and
Mrs. Marie Campbell, will
compete for the single vacancy
on the Wayne Township Board of
Trustees.
Campbell said his "main
interest" was the operation of
the Wayne Township Volunteer
Fire Department and Rescue
Squad due to his 19 years with
the department where he is cur-
rently Assistant Fire Chief.
A veteran of the Korean War,
Campbell has been employed by
Wayne Local Schools for 14
years. He is currently Supervisor
of Maintenance for the system
and is president of Waynesville
Chapter 534 Ohio Association of
Public School , Employees.
Active in civic programs he has
for the past three years served
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Umpires Association.
Campbell has a daughter,
Tuesday, who is a freshman at
Waynesville High School.
"I'd like to see us get a full time
policeman in the township,"
Campbell stated. "I think we
really need it and it would help
us."
James Coffman, 44, has been a
resident of Lower Springboro
Road since 1947. He is a machine
tooler at the National Cash Re-
gister Company in Dayton where
he has been employed since 1946.
A member of Masonic Lodge
No. 163 F. and A.M. and the
Wayne Township Zoning Board
of Appeals, Coffman is pastor of
the Pentecostal Church of God at
Dodds.
Coffman and his wife, Betty,
have seven children, three of
whom are still in school at
Waynesville.
"I would like to see all the
township roads paved, the weeds
kept mowed and work with the
villages of the township," he
remarked. "Also, I am in favor of
working with the planning board
and in favor of trying as much as
possible to keep a good fire de-
,partment which is the cheapest
forrri of insurance we can have. "
"I'd like to do as much for the
mOriey as we have and spend it
wisely." "I think a public servant
should serve the public."
Wayne Township's zoning
board will seek a favorable vote
for its new township zoning code
which will be posted at the polJs
for the convenience of voters.
The proposed new code
combines the "best features of
the old Wayne Township code,
the best features of the existing
Warren COUlity code and several
improvements made by the pre-
sent board, according to zoning
Donalsl R\cqarf,fa. . '\
The code. which 1Ul "
updated zoning map of the town-
ship has been "considerably ex-
panded," Richards said. "It is
more specific, meets the stan-
dards suggested by the state and
attempts to remove the loop
holes and weaknesses that were
evident in the old code," he
stated.
Probably most important of
local issues will be a 5.3 mills tax
1evy for a joint vocational school
which would serve Warren
County in addition to Greene and
Clermont Counties due . to
overlaping school districts.
Local school officials
for a yes vote for the levy which
would run for five ye!"" . The
badly needed facility "
defeated during
tions when Warren . County
voters turned thumbs (Jown:
State Issue No.1, a .
constitutional amendment. willl ;
permit agricultural land to be
valued for taxation in accordance
with its agricultural use.
The Constitution now requires
that all land in the state must be
taxed at a uniform rate according
to its current market value.
This amendment will permit
farm land to be taxed as farm
land instead of being taxed
according to its development
potential. , ' .
State Issue No.2 would remove
$3,000 limitation on the
of income exempt from
taxation. If the amendment is
adopted. the amount exempteid
from taxation can be determined
by the General Assembly, and
tlierefore. can be more or lel9S
than $3,000.
Three areas are touched -up()n
by State Issue No.3. According
to a .brochure on the issue, No. Si
"Allows two or more counties to .
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Cornshock Teepee
IN ADDITION TO CRISP days scented sometimes with the
pungent smoke of burning leaves, autumn also brings clusters
of cornshocks scattered throughout the countryside like golden
teepee villages. The above cornshock teepee was photographed
in the vegetable garden of the William Myers residence. Small
rural villages like Waynesville have preserved the better
aspects of yesteryear American country life.
elected from such districts,
allows creation of divisions of
common pleas courts with judges
elected to specific division and
includes municipal and county
court judges within the provi-
sions of the modern courts
amendment adopted in 1968,
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to receive in-term pay mcreases
and at the same time making
them subject -to the same rules
which apply to judges of other
courts.
A veterans bonus for Vietnam
and other military service will
also go before voters as State
Issue No; 4. This amendment
would provide a cash bonus or an
educational assistance bonus for
persons who served in the mil-
itary service during the time of
the Vietnam conflict. The bonus
will be paid for by issuing bonds
or notes not over $300,000,000 to
be repaid with .funds made avail-
able from. the general revenue
funds of the state .
The smallest of Waynesville
issues will be filling a vacancy on
the village's Board of Public
Affairs. The position. which will
be filled by write-in vote, will be
vacated by Harry Styers. No one
filed a petition for the seat.
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WARREN COUNTY COURT NEWS
MARRIAGE LICENSES
Oct. 25
James D. Banks, 19, of 335
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Main St, Apt I, Franklin, factory
worker and Patricia Ann Perry,
18. of 3953 Kenny Lane,
Franklin. '
Larry Campbell. 27, of 825
Meadow Lane, Lebanon, selfem
ployed and Loretta Ferguson, 24,
of Rt 3, Waynesville.
Charles R. Fulton, 50. of 4615
Catalpa Dr., Dayton, factory
worker, and Raney, 46, of 226
Allen St., Franklin, Kettering
Memorial Hospital.
Ronald Patrick O'Harold, 23 of 5
E. DeSales Ave" Lebanon,
U.S.Air Force and Beatrice Ruth
Hall, 21, of 2392 Jack Rd.,
Lebanon.
Milton D. Carpenter, 27. of 426
E. Fourth St., Franklin, truck
dr iver and Jo Carol Wright, 21,
of 825 E DuBois Ct., Carlisle.
cosmo. Instructor.
Oct. 24
Kenneth R. Hotard. 33, of Rt 3,
Waynesville. boat captain and
Linda Ridinger, 21, of Rt 3,
Waynesville.
Oct. 23
James Rice, 24, of 218 N.
Cherry St .. Lebanon, Construc
SCHOOL MENU
Wednesday, October 31
tion and Sarah J. Newton. 18, of
218 N. Cherry St., Lebanon.
Ralph Drummond, 49. of
Waynesville, farmer. and Geneva
Mendenhall, 52, of Waynesville.
Roger Dale Jett, 21, of 424
Harding St., South Lebanon.
stock clerk and Deborah Kaye
Moore, 17, of 9243 Columbia Rd.,
Loveland, student.
Gary Potts. 21, of 223 Westline
Dr., Mason, material control
clerk and Brenda Baxter, 22, of '
104
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accountant.
NEW SUITS
Oct. 26
Danny Joe Bussell vs. Marsh
lene Russell, David Batsche,
atty .. divorce.
William David Long, Jr. vs.
Donna Jean Long. David
Batsche, Atty., divorce.
Sandra Kay Mokry vs. Robert
C. Mokry, Dallas Powers. Atty .
divorce.
Oct. 25
::landra Joann Wiesenhofer vs.
Earl Lee Roy Wiesenhofer.
William Kaufman, divorce.
Cheryl Barrett vs. James P.
Bishop, bastardy.
Clara Belle Carter vs. unknown
heirs, et. aI., Robert Olson, Atty.,
quiet title.
Clara M. Jones vs. James T.
Jones, Mark Clark, Atty,
divorce.
Morris J. Turkelson vs. David
P. Faulkner. et.al.. Morris
Turkelson, Atty., restraining
order.
John Quinn, Atty., divorce.
Waynesville National Bank vs.
Miriam Sullivan, John Oswald.
Atty., judgement.
General Electric' Corp. vs.
Bradley R. Profitt, et.at. R. L.
Cousineau, Atty., judgement.
Sears Roebuck & Co. vs. Gilbert
Theodore, R. L. Cousineau.
Atty., judgement.
General Electric Corp. vs:
James R. Easterly, et aI, R. L.
Cousineau, Atty., judgement.
Patricia Ann Thimm vs. Carl L.
Curtiss. Irvin Zippersteilil. judge-
ment.
Sharon Louise Calvert vs.
Stewart Thomas Calvert, John
Quinn. Atty., divorce.
Beverly Kay Norman vs. Roy
Lee Norman. Ed Cranmer, Atty.,
divorce.
Jeanette Honaker vs. Jerry Lee
Honaker. Phil Pleska. Atty.,
divorce.
Sable Allen vs. Joe Harris,
et.al.. Lawson. Jr., Atty.,
judgement.
Kathy M. Long vs Kermit
Dennis Long, Dallas Powers,
Atty., divorce.
Wayne Girls Set
Powderpuff Game
Waynesville High School senior
and freshman girls will tussle
with their junior and sophomore
classmates during a powder puff
football game on the school's field
at 7:30 p.m. Thursday . Nov. 1.
Coaches for the game will be
Dan Akers. Tim Shoupe. Jeff
Richards. Bruce Ames. Jeff Ison.
Goblin sandwich !cold meat on
bun). buttered peas. assorted
Halloween deserts.
fi... 24 Jeff Morgan. Harry Crabtree and
v.:t.
Lela Mae McQueen vs. Butler Tim Patton.
Thursday, November 1
Peanut butter sandwich. bowl of
chili, pack of crackers, apple.
Beverage Company et.al . Jack The- game will be !efereed by
Marshall. Atty judgement.. . Gale, ' Cecil
David Cook VB. Davu., ilnd 'Jer:ry ' Wener-
Dorothea Irene Cook. Carl Img. .. . .
Friday. November 2
Fish sandwich. tartare
buttered corn. apple
vanilla wafers.
sauce.
sauce,
Meeker. Atty . divorce. An admlsslon will be charged
Bennie L. Davis vs. James N. for the game.
Monday. November 5
Hamburger sandwich
pickles. buttered mixed
tables. cup of orange
graham wafer.
Tuesday, November 6
with
vege
juice.
Beef potatoes and gravey. roll
and butter. slaw. cookie.
Davis, Paul N. Herdman. Atty .
divorce.
Phyllis Deskins vs. Ivan O.
Deskins, Paul N. Herdman.
Atty., divorce.
Oct. 23
George R. Pate, et.al. vS. Sally
Pate, et.al., Bert Imfeld, Atty.,
will contest.
Scott Begley vS. Ruby Begley.
TAKE CARE ON
TRICK OR TREAT
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"A GREAT MANY PEOPLE ENTRUST US.
Lwith their prescriptioD health Deeds aDd other
pharmacy product.. We coaalder tbll traat Ii
privilcl'c aDd a dut,. M.a:r we he :rour peno ... 1
family pbarmac,T"

American Legic:m
Holds Meeting
The American Legion Auxiliary
Unit 615 held its regular
monthly meeting on Tuesday.
October 17 at the American Le-
gion Hall.
Members brought Christmas
gifts for the Veterans at Dayton
Hospital. Any membHr not at
tending the meeting and wouls)
like to contribute should contact
President Joanne Stiver before
November 1.
chairman Mrs.
Earl Thompson is ask.ing
members to send their' 1974 dues
to her as SOOI) as possibte. Her
address is Box 107 Harveysburg.
Ohio 45032.
The next meeting wiJI be Tues
day November 20. at the Ameri
can Legion Hall. Meetings are
held on the third Tuesday of the
month.
REMOTEARgA
Cold Springs Camping
Grounds on Rd
Nice 3 bedroom cottage
Furnished-Electric range
Refrigerator
New roofiDg sbiJngles
About 100 CODcrete
blocks
Muy EXTRAS. Asking
56.500-MAKE OFFER.
Welsh Inc
Realtors
3727676
P.O. BOX 1
Xenia. Ohio 45385
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Marian Sue Anderson
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HELP ELECT A
COUNCILMAN NArJlED
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WA&lV4AA4T U C w,A4AWAAV-
Marillll Sue Anderson
candidate for Waynesville
Village Council
Pd Pol Adv
r-CHARLES MILLER-,
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897-5206
3542 E. St. Rt. 73 WayneSVille, Ohio
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yourseH
out-of-town within your Area Code and
save money.
Here's how to dial younel any-
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PERSONALITY
OF THE WEEK
Waynesville for 22 years.
In that time she has sold
poppy's for Veteran's Poppy
Day, and every year for the
Christmas project she makes
clothing for dolls that are
donated for needy families.
Her four sons served in the
military service. Earl and
Charles served in the army and
Ronald and Murrell in the Navy.
In her 22 years in the American
Legion Mrs. Thompson has only
missed 2 meetings in that time.
She has been a Sargent-at-arms,
Chaplain, and Historian. She will
be 80 years old on February 2.
Mrs. Thompson has been an
asset to her community.
Connie Beck
We would like to salute Mrs.
BOOKKEEPING AND
TAX SERVICE
Thompson as the
personality of the week. She has
been a member of the American
Legion Auxiliary Post 615 of
55 E. Lytle Rd.
885-2404
H. ' HULL:::::::::::::l
:lll Candidate for
I Waynesville Councilman :11

--Nov. 6, 1973--
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WAYNESVILLE MASONS WILL COURSE BACKWARD 125 years Wednesday night. Oct. 31.
at the Masonic Temlple during a dinner meeting commemorating its history. Lebanon Mason,
Marion Snyder, will be guest speaker for the 125th anniversary program. Steve Conner, Master
of Waynesville Masonic Lodge No. 163 F. and A.M., above, holds the original petition chartering
the lodge Sept. 29, H!48 by the Grand Lodge of the Most Ancient and Honorable Society of Free
and Accepted Masons. The lodge headed by Robert Hurd, its first Master. met at the Hammell
House Inn on Main Street (now Williamson Apartments) from 1848 to around 1880 when its
members purchased and remodeled the village's old Baptist Church on Miami Street. James
Brown was the first Senior Warden of the lodge in 1848 and innkeeper, Enoch Hammell. was its
first Junior Warden. In 1899, the lodge extensively remodeled its Miami Street building adding a
second floor room.
ArOltnd Town With M.B.
VISITOR
Mr. Kyu Won Cheong, Manag-
ing Director of Shin Han Engi-
neering and Construction Com-
pany, Ltd. of Seoul;' Korea was a
recent houseguest of his neice
and family, Mr. and Mrs. Sam
Haltom of Mt. Holly. Mr. Cheong
was in Cleveland recently on a
business trip. While there, he
visited his ,daughter and family
before visiting with Haltoms.
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SENIOR CUIZENS
Eighteen members of the
Waynesville Senior Citizens Club
visited Bob Evans Farms at Rio
Grande last Tuesday.
One of the central points of in-
terest after lunch was the farm
museum and its collection of an-
tique farm impliments and
equipment. The group also
watched a sorghum mill in prog
ress and visited the farms'
restored pioneer log cabin and
1825 brick "Homestead" house,
originally the home of Nehemiah
Wood and later a stagecoach inn.
Senior Citizens also enjoyed the
nature trail. deer park and duck
pond and outdoor harvest
displays.
RETURN
Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Colston of
Lytle Road are home following a
trip last week to Gatlinburg .
Tenn.
HOSPIT ALiZED
Raymond Hatton of Third
Street is a patient in the Dayton
Veteran's Administration Hos
pita!. Cards may be mailed to him
at room 217. at the hospital.
(Continued on page 6)
B IRTHDA YS TO
REMEMBER!
Birthdays of residents at
Friends Home and Quaker
Heights Nursing Home, P.O. Box
Box 437, Waynesville, Ohio.
Nov. 1 Anna Thackara
Nov. 3 Clarence Snook
Nov. 3 Addie Kent
Nov. 10 Charles Shawver
Nov. 11 Ruth Marlin
Nov. 19 William Bernard
Nov. 21 Viola Wilson
Nov. 29 Flossie Fires
Mr. Clarence Snook
received a Birthday Card
yesterday from President.
Richard M. Nixon.
..
PapS
(Continued from page 5)
Third Street, Dayton.
brother and sister-in-law, Mr.
and Mrs. Raymond Adams of
Corwin. The Adamses were in
Waynesville to visit Mr. Adams'
mother, Mrs. Maude Adams of
the Wright Nursing Home at
Mason. While here, they also
visited other relatives in the
Dayton area ..
VISIT
M'r. and Mrs. Robert Adams of
Church Hill. Tenn. were the
house guests of Mr. Adams'

GEORGE HENDERSON
Wayne Twp. Trustee
Your Support Will Be Appreciated
-ELECTION: TUES., NOVEMBER 6, 1973---
Paid Political Advertisement
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Located at 2525 Lyons Road, Miamisburg, Ohio 45342,
1st street South of Dayton Mall,left off Route 741
NOVEMBER 4,1973--
Cars
10 A.M.
1955 Packard, like new; 1959 Edsel; other cars and trucks.
Tractors
1962 -- 901 Ford, 10 speed; 1950 8N Ford; 1950 Ferguson with
belly mower, 6 ft disc with 3-point hitch; 2 - 14-in plows; 2 - 5 ft.
Bushliogs; 2 -- 6 ft. snow blades with 3-point hitch.
Trucks and Equipment
1960 Ford Dump Truck with snow blade; 1950 Jeep with snow
blade, 4-wheel drive; 1950 Jeep Pickup with 4-wheel drive and
salt spreader; approx. 250 -- l00-lb. bags of salt. 2 possible
contracts available.
1 -- 12 ft. travel trailer; 1 pole trailer.
Lawn Equipment
1 Bolens 8'(z HP I Cub Cadet with snow blades and trailers; 2 --
4 wheel wagons; lawn roller; 2 rototillers ; 1 Seahorse bird bath,
complete; 4-pc wrought iron lawn set.
Equipment
2 Salamander heaters; welding torch, hoses and gauges; bench
vises, new and used; new and used hand tools; wrenches of all
kind ; 12 horse Wisc. motors; wheel balancers; tire changer;
Homelite chain saw.
Household Goods and Antiques
1 maple desk; 1 maple chest of drawers; 1 clawfoot table,
square; 1 antique couch and chair; 1 antique round table and
bouffet, complete; 1 Philco TV and stand, like new; 1 SIC type-
writer, new; 1 Philco side-by-side Refrigerator with ice maker,
like new; 1 GE canister sweeper; 1 new medicine cabinet; lots
of paint; collection of shotguns and rifles.
MINI BIKES--Boys and girls bicycles, some like new, some
10-speed.
NEW CARPET--Remnants, rolls, throw rugs, all sizes; pillows.
"ring measurements.
Miscellaneous items too numerous to mention
L\R(a: SAtE: MUST START PROMPTLY AT 10 A.M.
Beryl Patterson, Owner
Bob Oser
849-6253
Autioneers
Don Henry
845-9741
The MIAMI GAZETrE
HOME
Rev. L. L. Young, pastor of the
United Methodist Church, is
home following recent surgery at
Kettering Memorial lIospital.
CHURCH NEWS
The Rev. Mr. Edward Smith,
Rector of St. Mary's Episcopal
Church, has organized a task
force program for the parish. The
program will be headed by
Christian education for children
and adults.
In addition, Father Smith has
announced that there will also be
programs for youth, worship,
stewardship, fellowship, social
concerns and prayer. Meetings
for all will get underway in the
near future, according to him.
A change in' worship schedule at
St. Mary' s has also been an-
nounced. Starting now, Holy
Communion will be celebrated on
the fifth Sunday of the month in
addition to the regular services.
Father Smith can be reached at
the Church office in Lebanon,
932-7691 , or at st. Mary's
Rectory, Waynesville, 897-2638.
SCOUT NEWS
PACK 40
Several awards were presented
to members of Cub Scout Pack 40
during its monthly Pack meeting'
at the United Methodist Church
at 7:30 p.m. on Oct. 16. .
Those who received the awardsl
included: Eric Hass, two year
pin; Louis Johnson, Bobcat;
Donnie Miller, Bobcat; Tony
Miller, Bobcat; Scott Gorsuch,
Gold Arrow Point and two Silver
Arrow points; Dean and
Edwards, athlete, outdoorsman,
showman and sportsman; Brian
Younker, Bobcat; Devin Youn-
ker, artist and craftsman; Robby
Ramby, outdoorsman, showman
and spOrtsman.
Allen' Wardlow, Wolf patch;
Jeff Coleman, Silver Arrow
Point; Brian Hissle, Bear patch;
Lonnie Miller, Bobcat; Brian
Koch, Bobcat; Roby Hockett,
Bobcat; Mark Adams, outdoors-
man, sportsman; Derwin Han-
sard, engineer, naturalist, out,
doorsman, showman, aquanaut,
artist, athlete, craftsman, sports-
man; Darrell Morris, Silver
Arrow Point; Jimmy Fry,
engineer, showman, sportsman:
Shawn Smith, artist, showman,
sportsman, athlete and Steve
Gingerich, Wolf patch.
Den Chiefs named during the
eving were Boy Scouts, Roger
St. John, Newt Simpson, Dennis
West, Deny Robins and Wally
Patton.
It was announced that the bake
-Vote For-
ROBERT
"BOB"
CAMP-BELL
sale' conducted during the Ohio
Sauerkraut Festival was a big
success.
A Halloween party themed the
meeting-and Cubs, Cub Master,
Ernie Smith, and adult com-
mittee members. were costumed
for the occasion. Smith enter-
tained the group with a few
songs and the group rep-
resenting all dens played games.
For
---Township Trustee ---
Graduate Wayne Local School
Life Long Resident
Nineteen Yrs. on Wayne Twp. F.D:
Feurteen Yrs. Employee Wayne Local School
Veteran Korean War
Yo" Support Appreciated
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ITHS
Ambu lance Service By Appt.
STEVE CONNER - 01 RECTOR
897-5966
.185 N. Main, Waynesville
Waynesville
Allend The fhllrch Of Your . Choice'. This Sllntja.r
Church of Christ
Third & MIamI
10100 a.m.-Sunday MornIng
6130 p.m.-Sunday I--'ng
6130 p.m.-w.do day Iwnlng
Phone 897-4462
First Baptist Church
North Main ,_
John P. 0. __ ...... tor
10100 a.m.-Sunday School
11,00 a.m.-MornIng Wonhlp
6130 p.m.-Training Union
7:30 p.m.-Ewnlng worship
7130 p.m.-We&.aday .......... MeetIng
(afRllated with Southern 1IoptIa, c_ ....
tIan)
First Church of Christ
"2 HIgh s.r-t 897-4786
Ernie SrnIfh.MI ......
9130 a.m.-"'" School
10130 a.m.-Won hlp
7,00 p.m.-Iwnlng
Friends Meeting
fourth Ito-' _ HIgh
9130 a.m.-Sunday School
10145 o.m.-Sunday MeetIng for Worship
( ........ ".d)
Sf. Augustine Church
HIgh s-t
.... JoHph H. w.n-...... tor
7 a.m. & 11 ...
0. ...... p.m.-Hafy DcIys
71. p.m.""" frtdDy .
7.45 o.m..DaIly Me..
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Sf. Mary's Episcopal Church
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HoIyC-..nlon 2nIf, 4th and 5th ......
MornIng ......... 1., and ani ......
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Third .. North
LL Young. MINa ....
00 ... m.-W .... hIp
9100 o.m.-Church School
10115 a.m.-Church Wonhlp
The Full Gospel Tabernacle
Rt. 3-'arry ...
..... Sharman Cook, .........
10130 ... m.-Sunday School
7100 p.m.-Sunday E_ SantIce
7.30 p.m..w.do daly 1_ .....
7130 p.m.-Sat E_ SantIce
First Church of God .
Lytle ... at Farry ............. tIon
..... ........ Koch
7100 p. .... w.do dca) s.wec.
... a. .... -SunaIIay School
101... m.-larvlc.-SunaIIay
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IIouta 42 at GannIawn
llaysa-......... .
91... m.' . WanhIp 1enIce
101 SunaIIay Church .......
5100 p.m. " Suna.y ' ........
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Ferry Church of Christ
WIlmington ...... Ioclal __ ...
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lOa15 a.m. - Momkag Wonhip .....
10115 o.m. - Sund.y Youth Wonhip
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7100 p.m. - ..........
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Lytle
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Tuetday. October 23. 1973
IIOALNCmCI
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AUTOMOBILES
WAYNESVILLE AUTOS 172
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more used car here.)
CARPETS
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DEPARTMENT STORES
MILLERS DEPT. STORE
61 S. Main St. 897-4946 Wear-
ing appearel for the entire
family.

WAYNESVILLE FURNITURE
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and draperies 897 -4971
CRA wF6tt1YS"' atl"rS' .. ," ,
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BEATING AND
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11.25 minimum ch.arge
over 25 words 5 cents
extra per word.
THANK YOU &
MEMORIUM:
$1.25 minimum cbarge
over 25 words 2 cents
extra per word.
FOR SALE
For Sale: 2 almost new radial
snow tires. Sears and Roebuck
No. 205. 14 inch rim.s. metal
studded; 2. E-7-8. 15 inch rim
Firestone tires. belted. almost
new; 1 6 volt battery. will fit
V olkswagon. Sears and Roe-
Buck. hardly used. 723 West
Miami Street. WaYlnesville.
Phone 897-7751. 44-C-1
For Sale: Star 8 x 12 m.ounted
Tom Tom. blue sparkl,e almost
new head. Consolette (regular)
type mount. $25 or beiSt offer.
Call 897 -5921 till 5 after till 9 call
897-5826.
Bake Sale: Saturday. Nov. 10.
Waynesville Nations,l Bank.
sponsored by St. AUlgustines
Church. starting at 9 ,a.m.
44-C-1
Wanted: good used Ziegler oil
stove. 897-6130.
Motor Route Driver, Dayton
Daily News, Waynesville area,
need car, afternoons free. Good
earnings. . Call John K08lick
1-800-762-23Q7. .toll free
rl!i W ... 48-C-tf
ICE CREAM
"THORNTONS CREAM DE:
LIGHT" and Ice
Cream Call in orders 897-4916

THE NATIONAL LlFlE & AC-
CIDENT CO.
(Grand Ole Opry People) Fred
Napier agent 897-3111
PAINTING
CHARLES MILLER' Interior
Painting, Free Estimates, 897-
5206, 3542 E. St. Rt. 73
Waynesville, Ohio.
PAINT & WALLPAPER
897-5921
Home commISSion addressers
needed. Full details for stamped
self-addressed envelope and 25
cents handling fee. Bear's 4901
Winten Ridge Lane. Cincinnati.
Ohio 45232.
Woman for poultry house chores.
Six hours daily, 4 days a week.
Apply Dunham Farms, 4751
Lower Springboro Rd. 43-C-2
LOST & FOUND
Lost: Black & White Husky.
1 blue eye. 1 brown eye,
Vicinity of Corwin. Reward.
Call 897-5430. 44-C-}
SITUATIONS
WTO
Wanted: 3 men or boys for
November and December to
assemble equipment. See Earl
Dunham 4751 Lower Spring-
boro Rd. 44-C-3
For rent Unfurnished ranch
style one bedroon apartment
electric stove. refrigerator. air
conditioning. garbage disposal.
wall to wall carpet. adults only.
Phone 897-4831 or Dayton
275-5877. 44-C-1
SYMPATHY .
The family of Clevey Connor
wishes to express their sincere
appreciation to all for the many
acts of kindness words of
comfort. and the beautiful floral
expressions of sympathy ex-
tended to them during the illness
and death of their father and
husband.
Glenna Conner
Mr. and Mrs. Tom Florence
and family
Mr. and Mrs , William
Connor and family
The family of Robert Edwards
would like to express our sincere
thanks and appreciation to all our
good friends and neighbors for
their thoughtfulness and kind-
ness shown to us during the loss
of our husband and father.
Especially. our thanks to all
those who sent food to our
homes. the many nice cards and
beautiful flowers, We thank you
for your kindness above every-
thing else_
Our appreciation is also
extended to the Stubbs-Conner
Funeral Home for their kindness
and efficiency.
Mrs, Ruth Edwards and family
KIRBY
SALES AND SERVICE
Authorized
Factorv Distributor
125 E. Mulberry St'
Lebanon. Ohio 932-6938
LEBANON PARTS Co
HOURS:
MONDAY thru FRIDAY 8:00 A.M. to 8:00P.M.
SATURDAY 8:00 A.M. to 4:00 P.M.
Wavnewille. Ohio Ph. 8976075
PRINTING
MIAMI GAZETTE
105 ' S. Main Street 897 -5921
Herman and Mary Bellman-
owners and pub. We offer fast
printing service.
PHARMACIES
LOVELESS PHARMACY
Professional Prescription serv-
ice 33 S. Main Street 897-7076
PHOTOS
V ALLEY VIEW PHOTOS
9 E. Main 8t Lebanon. Ohio
932-6307
PLUMBING AND HEATING
REAL ESTATE
WORKMAN & BELCHER
REALTY CO. Real Estate &
Auction Sales 75 S. Main St.
897-2946 Way. 223-5637 Dayton
LYNN FIELDS. 7956 Cahall P!
Waynesville; 1-885-5453 or 897-
6055; Camfield Company Inc.
433-9912 or 897-6055.
SERVICE STATIONS
Waynesville Marathon. front end
alignment. 174 S. Main St. 897-
7946
SUPER MARKETS
ELUS SUPER V ALU quality
and low prices open till nine. 7
days a week. phone 897-5001.
WAYNESVILLE MARKET
69 S. Main St. 8975941 Meat
Specialists.
TV & REPAIR
DON'S PAINT & WAll..LPAPER W. W. COVEY
CHITWOOD'S TV
107 E. MulberrY St. ) Plumbing and Heating 177 Fifth
'- bebalfonr Ohio" 982-2930. St. 897-6431
Waynesville,- in Purkey's Hwd.
Bldg. Phone 897-6496.
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OPEN 7 DAYS A WEEK
HISLE'S BUGGYWHEEL ANTIQUES
Furniture & It ems
64 SteOND STREET C ORWIN . OH IO
Evan' s Antique Shop
WA Y NESViLLE, OHIO PHONE: 932-1264
Hrs: 3:30-5:30; Mon Ihru Fri-9:30-5:30; Sal & Sun
-+--- VI'S ANTIQUES AND GIFTS ---+-
We Buy and Sell
We Have General Une anti Depression Glass
296 S Main Sf Waynesville, 'Ohio
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. Margie Dodd Lorrie Dean
S Main, WaynesvUle 513-372-06-21

, Phone 513':'897-5843 Ag ,
: J\ntiqufll _:
, S. Main at Miami St Open' Sot. & Sun. t
Noon- 6:00
t
Waynesville, Ohio 45068 Antiques of AIL Periods t
Bought & Sold
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The Village Antique ' Shop
,
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This kerosene lamp '!V'as a
familiar light fixture approx-
imately 100 years. in dining
areas ' arid ""'6;ther "P'ltts . of the
!,' ,.hoJptt. .Tbls. {ial:
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cru1&r ) a!J1,p' ,tan'
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if j ou are
98 South Main Street
Waynesville, Ohio 45068
Houn -
Saturday-Sunaay 12-5:30
CHINA - GLASS - FURNITURE
PRIMITIVES - ACCESSORIES
513897-6552 Shop
513298-2077 Residence
r/"Ilr(!e New Firms
r/,o ()pen OJfices
\\' business is again
"" lilt' upswing with leases
si).!llt' d afternoon for the
1, ... ali"11 "f hl' anl'ht' s of West-
,'111',,1 <'" ('""pural iun, of Cin-
"inn;ll i: l\ laddux Ht'aling of
:'ILI",'n :lnd Fn' d B. and
;\s,; .... ia .. s a ... .,lIl1lanl" uf Day
I<ln ill 111<' \ ilia).!, .
'1'I":IIIS; I'" i"ll s 1'111' fa"ilitating
.,hi ... ,; "f all wcr,' allllllun,',d by
th'n Ii w hll . will
move them into space in the
Washington Square Dry Clean-
ers and Laundromat, a business
coowned by him and David
Bixby.
The Westchester Corporation
will open its offices this week,
according to Kronenberger.
Smith is expected to set up shop
upon the completition of
remodeling for the accommoda-
t ion of the fir.m.
uivites you to
spend a few
minutes to
see the
biggest antique
in town ...
The 148 year old
Grist Mill
where you'l also
find a wide
IUlsortment of
contemporary
gifts displayed
in an atmosphere
reminiScent of an
old country store.
We're just a few minilltes
down the froQl
Waynesville on Rt. 42
(I/Z mile north of Rt. '13)
Come down and see us!
HAY'S
Furniture
Stripping
"REVOLUTtONARY
NEW METHOD"
THE SAFE AMITV PROCSS
FurnIture Re-l in15hlng NOw
with This Method! All Palntl and
VarniSh Removed From Wood 0 ,
Metal No Lye or HUI" ACidi l .ecI
SATISFACTION
tlOUR5--Mon .. Wed.
and Fro .. Ip. m. !;p .n.
5, .. " . m. ll p. m. nO.ln
Closed HOllcla)l Weeke .. tI.
76 F .. ,I !Hreet
CorWIn. Ohio
STORE
MAIN' STRIEET .
WAVNE;SVILLE, OHIO
.an,m
107 S. Main St.
Waynesville, Ohio
(513) 862-5181
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MON. BY CHANCE
TUES. THRU SAT. lQ.5:00
OPEN SUNDAY MP.M.
Hrs: 12 to 8 Fri, Sat. Sun.
TRY US FOR
\rOW",
SQ\lARE
A CHANGE
RESTAURANT and COFFEE SHOP
--located In--
Chicken-To-Go

Washington Square Shopping Center


Flavor-Crisp 897-7801
GOOD
FAMILY
DINING
WaynesvUle, Ohio
Don Scott--owner


"When you read a book you can paint pictures or mvent
television programs and do aU kinds of things inside your head
that you couldn' t do outside" ... "You can never take the insides
out of it."
THE OIUO STATE LIBRARY HAS RENEWED OUR LARGE
PRINT BOOKS FOR A MONTH.
Artist of the MODth, Juaette M.Ioy, Wayae"e. 'I . ,.
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4th STREET WAYHESviLU: '"qiUO PH; ' .
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Get Out And 'Vote Novembe.r 6th!
Established
Feb.
1850

Second cl ass postage paid at Waynesvill e. Ohill
Vol. 5, No. 45
Tuesday, November 6, 1973 Copy 10e
Five Cut
From Car
Friday
Thirty Appoint Committee
To Rewrite Chamber Rules
Six persons, five of whom had to
be cut out of their car, were
rushed to Kettering Memorial
and Miami Valley Hospitals at
Dayton last Friday night follow-
ing a semi trailer truck-auto col-
lision at 6:50 p.m. at the intersec-
tion of Ohio 42 and State Route
73 at Waynesville. ,
A new power saw recently pur-
chased by the Wayne Township
Rescue Squad ' payed for .
when squadsmen used it to free
Janet M. Price, 42 of 7345 Wood-
ward-Claypool Road, Morrow,
and her passengers Shirley Mur-
ray .of Morrow, Ralph Murray,
35, Jeanette Price .. 15 and Harold
Price, 13. Using the saw for the
first time, the crew was able to
cut'the five from_the wreckage of
Mrs. Price's auto after it landed'
in. Camp Creek.adjacent Miller's
Sohio Service Station.
..
'the, . to ) wist-

in the severely in-
jured to Dayton hospitals. ,
BY DENNIS DALTON
Dorothy Crawford, Waynesville
gift shop owner; Ora Jones. a
More than 30 Waynesville and retired service station
area citizens voted unanimously operator; Ron Kronenberger.
to review and rewrite the format real estate broker and Ma:ry
of the now defunct Waynesville LeMay, housewife and long-time
Area Chamber of Commerce Waynesville dry cleaners and
Monday night, Oct, 29, during a laundromat owner.
meeting hosted by the Wayne Meeting after Monday night's
Retail Merchants Association at town meeting type session, COIm-
the Town Square Restaurant. mitteemen hatched initial plans
A committee of five men and for presentation at another up-
two women were appointed to coming Wayne Retail Merchallits
study the entire Chamber of meeting. They will report the
Commerce organizational struc- findings of their study at the
ture including by-laws and mem- Town Square at 7:30 p.m. on
bership fees upgrading their Tuesday, Nov. 20.
workability for the proposed new Attempting to unify all village
group. organizations into a "working
The group, which will digest group" for a concentrated effort
every facet of the Chamber and toward beneficial community
its relevancy to the needs of tbe projects, the overall group
current plan to rename and or- resented interested individua,ls,
ganize the Wayne Retail Mer- businessmen, professional per-
e)wlts, included ponald Hawke, 'sons and civic "nd clubs.
former Ohamber Dr. _ WaYI1e RetaQ Merchants
Dahlel Be-eker loCal Association" which in the past
" , has functioned like a Chamber' of
Good Engineering Tops
Council's Needs List
Mrs. Price was .topped north-
bound Qn Ohio 42 waiting to, turn
left on State Route 78 at the time
of the accident. When the traffic
ligM changed the Morrow
woman drove her car through
the signaiand directly into the WayneSVille Village Council
path of a trailer truck driven by Monday night debated whether
Billy Ray West, 26, of 789 it "should change village
Stephens Road, Independence,' engineers in the middle of the
Ky. West was. southbound on stream."
Ohio 42. In an effort to hire a new village
contract is subject to cancellation
by either party with 60 days
notice.
Council also released its village
street improvement plans for a
period through 1976. The plans
would allow for the construction
of new curbs and gutters and
replacement of old and crumbling
ones.
officer Patrolman engineer, council,men heard
G.L. Gerstner of Ohio State Charles White and William
Higbway Patrol Post 88 at Yoakam, representatives of
Lebanon cited Mrs. Price for fail; WYCO Engineering at Spring-
ure to yield right of way. boro.
Patrolman Gerstner was as- , Mayor James Crane said that
sisted by Sergeant Thomas Ariss 'the village needed an engineer-
ofPO.!It 88 and Waynesville Police ing consultant "closer to home."
Chief Ch'8;I'les LeMay. He pointed out that the village
Hartsock '
.. lit. Lions Race
, wasn't getting the "desired re-
sults" from its present engineer
whose "past work has been sat-_
isfactory."
The village currently maintains
a continuing contract with
Marion Penick of Alpha. The
pavid bas announced
his candidacy for Junior Deputy
,District .vovernor of Lions and
'begun' a umpAign for the office.
Sponsor,ed in ,the contest by the
W' ay:1}esville Lions Olub. Hart-
sock has b&en .. Lion for the past
,eigbt yean. -
Hartaoek" an of the
National '_CUh Reg!ster CO at
Dayton, " a ' Waynesville area
. native. He is president of the
Wayne Loeal Sehool Board of
a . of the --
" 1 board for 16 ye;r. and a me.r
' of the UDited Methodist Ohureh.
Wa,'Desville . Lions
Sign Up For
Basketball
I League
The plan schedule will be: 1'974,
(Continued on page 5)
Commerce without dint of formal
organization, membership fees or
by-laws, could form the nucleus
for a new group under the title of
Chamber of Commerce or some
other appropriate name.
The Waynesville Area Chamber
of Commerce was organized in
1968 with about 65 "active"
members. Its membership fee
structure, financial expenditures
and apparent general misunder-
standing of community affiliation
and function caused a separation
of a retail merchants faction
which became a hard core com-
munity improvement group.
. A Chamber charter has been
maintained since the organiza-
tions lapse and approximately
$370 still remains in a savings
account under its name. Funds in
the account would be enough to
pay the organization's charter for
a number of years, according to
Donald Hawke, who ,' several
weeks ago suggested that Wayne
Retail Merchants consider form-
ing the nucleus for a new
Chamber.
The state membership fees
have also been kept paid from
the monies left by the defunct
Chamber and the same funds
have also been tapped to finance
the electricity bills for downtown
Christmas lighting over the
years.
"I have felt that there is a time
coming when Waynesville would
be mighty glad to have a
Chamber in town," Hawke said.
"I think it's a good organization
and one that Waynesville needs."
It was pointed out that the
Waynesville Chamber, a non-
profit chartered organization,
also eerved as ,
viee-pl'QideJ)t ' .
'club. -' .-
currently'
, is alsO
term as ,
Sign up at Hubbells
Barber Shop and Alfords
Barber Shbp. Fee $6.00 at
time of signing. League to
start 11, final '
date ,for IIgning DMember
1. 0Q. live in Wayne
Twp.-. or a graduate of
WayoC!:Ville School
Oall, D'ao SiPlPson for
intOrmafioo_,at 89'r:7886.
IT SEEMS TBA T NO MA TrER where you eat lunch you can
expect uninvited guestsl. This -was the case recently at a
drive-in restaurant in Xenia. While the staff members were
waitilil{, for the tail end o! the P,8per they were joined for lunch
by this ealijne cutie who shared lunch with them.
, .Io"t
would only have to meet its
annual state membership fees of
$25 and any bills it might incur.
National association would not be
necessary, according to Hawke.
Long,time Waynesville educat-
or, Raymond Braddock voiced
opposition to joining the National
Chamber of Commerce due to its
lobbying activities and somewhat
anti-educational thrust.
"Lobbying is the key," Brad-
dock commented. "I would not be
in favor of a lobby group." Is the
Chamber of Commerce a non-
partisan organization?"
"The Chamber is a melting pot
for all organizations," interjected
Waynesville insurance agent,
William Nell, also a former local
Chamber president. "I really
think at this time that Waynes-
ville is set for a Chamber."
Waynesville
Fire Chief
Resigns
WILLIAM SAWYER
Waynesville Fire Chief, William
Sawyer, Monday, Oct. 29 an-
nounced his resignatiun as head
of tlie Wayne Township Vol-
unteer Fire Department.
After 27 years of service to the
department, Sawyer terminated
his volunteer duties due to
increases in his work with the
water and sewer department and
as Superintendent of Streets. He
had been chief 51' veral years.
"This new disposal plant is
taking up so mnch time and this
job (street superintendent) is
getting bigger and higger every
year and I just don't have the
time fd like to to put into the fire
department," Sawyer com-
mented.
Wayne Townshi p Volunteer
Firemen will name a new fire
chief which will be subject to
approval of Wayne TowllIbip
Trustees. '
Local Curfew
Now Effective
Waynesville Village Council
took action Oct. 16 to enact a
newly revised curfew ordinance
which went into immediate
effect.
The curfew Ordinance No. 450,
will be enforced by Police Chief
Charles LeMay. Violators will be
taken to the office of Mayor
James Crane and parents noti-
fi ed to pick them up, according to
Mary Stansberry. village clerk-
treasurer.
Rules and regulations for the
curfew are stated in the fol-
lowing reprint of Ordinance 450:
SECTION 1: Definition.
A. The following words and
phrases shall have the meanings
set forth hereunder:
(1) ES-TABLISHMENT: Any
privately owned place of
business carried on for a profit or
any place of amusement or en-
tertainment to which the public
is invited:
(2) MINOR: Any person under
the age of 18 years.
(3 ) OFFICIAL
TIME: Local time.
(4) OPERATOR: Any indiv-
idual. firm. association. partner-
;hip or corporation operating.
managing or conducting any
establishment; and whenever.
used. in any clause prescribing a
penalty the term "operator" as
applied to associations or .part-
nerships shall include the
members or partners thereof and
as applied to a corporation shall
include the officers thereof:
(5) PARENT: Any natural
parent of- a minor or legal
guardian.
(6) PUBLIC PLACE: Any
public street. highway, road.
alley. park. playground. public
building. vacant lot or parking
lot.
(7) REMAIN: To loiter, idle,
wander. stroll or play in or upon_
(8) DRIVE OR RIDE AIM-
LESS L Y: To dri ve or to ride as a
passenger in or upon any public
place by an unnecessarily cir-
cuitous route or to retrace the
same route.
SECTION II: Unlawful conduct
of minors.
A. No minor shall remain in or
upon any public place or any
establishment between the hours
of 10:30 p.m. and 6 a.m. of the
following day, official village
time, except that on Fridays and
Saturdays. the hours shall be
from 12 midnight to 6 a.m.
B. No minor shall drive or ride
aimlessly in an automobile. a
truck or a motorcycle between
the hours of 10:30 p.m. and 6 a.m.
of the following da:', official
village time. except that on
Fridays and Saturdays, the
hours shall be from 12 midnight
to 6 a.m.
C. The provisions of this Section
shall not apply to any minor ac-
compained by a parent. or to a
minor upon an emergency errand
or other legitimate business dir-
ected by such minor's parent. or
to any minor who is engaged in
gainful lawful employment dur-
ing the curfew hours. All ordin-
ances or amendments inconsis-
tent herewith are hereby re-
pealed.
D. Special Exception - A special
exception will be made for any
school. church, lodge or other
supervised organization which
desires to hold any entertain-
ment for minors under eighteen
years of age and which enter-
tainment shall require such
minors to be out at a later hour
than provided in this section. The
minors who attend such enter-
tainment shall be required to-be
off the streets and public places
one hour after the entertainment
is ended.
SECTION Ill: Unlawful Con-
duct of Parents.
A. No parent shall permit any
minor to remain in or upon any
public place or any establishment
between the hours of 10:30 p.m.
and-tl a.m. of the following day,
official time, except that on Fri-
days and Saturdays, the hours
shall 00 from 12 midnight to 6
a.m_
B. The provisions of this section
shall not apply to any parent who
accompanies a minor or to a par-
ent who directs a minor upon an
emergency errand of other
legitimate business or to any
parent of a minor engaged jn
gainful employment during the
curfew hours, or to any parent of
a minor who shall attend any en-
tertainment in accordance with
the provisions of Section II (D).
SECTION IV: Unlawful Con-
duct of Owners or Operators of
Establishments.
A. No operator of an establish-
ment or their agents or em-
ployees shall knowingly permit
any minor to remain upon the
premises of said establishment
between the hours of 10:30 p.m.


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Calendar events should be phoned to the Miami Gazette at 897-5921
a week prior to the meetings , for pubUcation In the Gazette's
Community Calendar. Otherwise the meetings or events will not
appear. Ustlngs should Include the organization name or that of the
event, date, time and place of meeting. Club secretaries will be
responsible for . phoning meetings' Information and for maldng any
1 chanses in calendar UstinJs.
ROTARY CLUB-6:30 p.m., Tuesday, Nov. 6, dinner meeting, Town
Square Restaurant and Coffee Shop.
TOPS OH-I29 ,WAISTLINERS-7 p.m., Tuesday', Nov. 6, St. Mary'S
Episcopal Church basement. '
CREEK PIONEER VILLAGE,INC.-7:30 p.m., Tuesday,
Nov. 6, St. Mary's Episcopal Church.
ATHLETIC BQOSTERS CLUB-7:30 p.m., Tuesday, Nov. 6, Waynes-
ville Junior High School multi-purpose room.
SENIOR GIRL SCOUT TROOP 1941-7:30 p.m., Tuesday, Nov. 6,
Stony Brook Girl Scout Camp.
STUDENT COUNCIL-first period, Wednesday, Nov. 7, band room,
WaynesviIle High School.
and 8 a.m. of following day, SENIOR ORDER CARDS, ANNOUNCEMENTS-second period, S
official Village time, except that Wednesday, Nov. 7, cafeteria, Waynesville High School.
on Fridays an'd Saturdays the BROWNIE TROOP 307-after school, Wednesday, Nov. 7, United
hours shan be from 12 midnight Methodist Church.
to 6 a.m. except as provided in
Section II(C). PROGRESSIVE WOMEN'S CLUB-6:30 p.m., Wednesday, Nov. 7,
SECTION V: Enforcement and Town Square Restaurant and Coffee Shop.
Penalties. BOY SCOUT TROOP 51-7:30 p.m., Wednesday, Nov. 7, St. Mary's
A. Any police Officer who finds Episcopal Church basement.
a minor violatinlt any provisions RAINBOW ASSEMBLY NO.140-7 p.m., Wednesday, Nov. 7, Masonic
of Section II shall escort the Temple.
minorIs) to the Mayor's Office,
then telephone or send for ' said NINE WEEKS TESTS-periods 1, 3, 5, 7, Thursday, Nov. 8, Waynes-
minor's parent and request that ville High School.
they come after the minor im- PACK 51 WEBELOS-7 p.m., Thursday, Nov. 8, St. Mary's Episcopal
mediately. The parent would Church basement.
then be advised of the violation NINE WEEKS TESTS-periods 2, 4, 6, Friday, Nov. 9, Waynesville
and given a coPY of the ordin- High School.
ance. PEP RALLY-1:56 p.m., Friday, Nov. 9, Waynesville High School.
B. Any parent who shall violate
any provision of Section III after FOOTBALL GAME-Friday, Nov. 9, Waynesville Spartans vs Yellow
being il of 'previous Waynesville High School.
violat\Qtf, as R.rovided. m .Section BAKE SALE- 9 a.m., Saturday, Nov 10, Waynesville National Bank"
VIA) s -. ed,not - Qre-than s n!W ; bX . - . ' " ,
.$50 e;, cos ' TJie " . SOY SCOUT TROop 40-7 p.m., Monday, Nov, 12, Uiiited Methodist
penalty is for a child in Church. .
violation or tbe' Arent or guard
ian who may contirbute to the PACK 40 WEBELOS-7 p.m. Monday, Nov. 12, United Methodist
violation of the curfew. Church. .
C. Any operator of an estab- WAYNE LOCAL SCHOOL BOARD OF EDUCATION-7:30 p.m.,
Iishment and any agents or em- Monday, Nov. 12, Waynesville High School administration building.
ployees ofany o'perator who shall ATTENDANCE RECORDS-12 p.m. noon, Tuesday, Nov. 13, all
violate the provisions of Section grades and attendance records due in office, Waynesville High
IV (A) shall fined not more School.
than $50 together with costs. FACULTY MEETING-2:30 p.m., Tuesday, Nov. 13, WaynesviIle
D. Each violation of the pro-
visions of this Chapter shall con- High School biology room.
stitute a separate offense. ROTARY CLUB-6:30 p.m., Tuesday, Nov. 13, dinner meeting, Town
SECTION VI: This ordinance is Square Restaurant and Coffee Shop.
hereby declared to be an emer- T.O.P.S. OH-I29 WAI8TLINERS 7 p.m., Tuesday, Nov. 13, St.
gency measure necessary for the Mary's Episcopal Church basement.
preservation of the public health, ONIC LODGE NO 163 F AND A M 7 30
f d If f h
MAS .': p.m.,Tuesday, Nov 13,
peace, sa ety an we are 0 t e . T I
viIlage and for the further reason MaSODlC emp e. ...
that immediate regulations with MUSIC ASSOCIATlON-7:30 p.m., Tuesday, Nov 13, Waynesville
regard to minors is needed, and High School music room.
this ordinance shall take effect SENIOR GIRL SCOUT TROOP 1941-7:30 p.m., Tuesday, 13,
immediately upon its passage. Stony Brook Girl Scout Camp.
Local Woman
Wins Side of Beef
Mrs . . Frank Gibson of 7991
Oregonia Road, Waynesville
won't have to worry about the
price of beef for awhile. Last Fri-
day morning, her name was
drawn for a side of beef, a busi
ness promotion sponsored by the
Washington S(IUare Dry Clean-
ers and Laundromat.
The more than 200 pounda of
beef will _be by four
Gibson YOtUtptirs at home.
Following 'the drawing Wash
ington Square eo-owner, Ron
Kronenberger, announced that
three turkeys would be given
away at Christmas . . To be eligible
for the holiday drawing. patroll8
must regilter at the laundromat
service '. ,
The dtawing got uncle",ay im
nlediately Friday and Washing-
ton Square patroll8 may register
eaeh and every time they visit
the clothing elleanlng
FRIENDSHIP CLUB-12 p.m. noon, Wednesday; Nov. 14, Town
Square Restaurant and Coffee Shop .
BROWNIE TROOP 307-after school, Wednesday, Nov. 14, United
Methodist Church.
BOY SCQUT TROOP 51-7:30 p.m., Wednesday, Nov. 14, St .. Mary's
Episcopal Church, swim, Wilmington College.
WAYNESVILLE BlSTORICAL SOCIETY-8 p.m., Wednesday, Nov.
14, home of Dennis Dalton, 452 North 6th Street.
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GREEN THUMB
Several members of the Glreen
Thumb Garden Club met for
lunch at the Town Square JRes-
taurant Wednesday, Oct. 31
before conducting a business
meeting at the home of Helen
Barton.
This week on "KNOW YOUR
DRUGS" we have part 2 of
Marijuana. Last week we had the
scientific description and the
basic effects, now this week we'll
have a look at it from how
teenagers look at it.
Some of the more common
names of Marijuana are grass,
pot, weed, mary jane. The
actual cigarette is called joint or
reefer. Basicly the joint is just a
cigarette paper with some grass
in the middle with both ends
rolled up. The dealer usually sells
the pot to the pusher in kilos, the
pusher then divides the kilo into
ounces usually selling for around
$25 to $40. The pusher can also
sell "nickel bags" for about $5 or
individuar joints for about a $1 a
piece. A pusher usually buys a
kilo for a very low price from the
dealer, but after dividing and
selling he usually nets around
$500 per kilo. So if your children
are spending large sums of
money and seem like they never
buy anything, you have some
reason for suspicion. NEXT
WEEK ... HEROIN.
The group discussed creating
artificial floral arrangements for
individual private village shut-
ins for Christmas. They also de
cided to substitute fruit for
candy for those shut-ins who
cannot eat candy.
Green Thumb members will
meet next on Nov. 28. They will
have lunch at Dufrs Smorgas-
board at Wilmington before tour-
ing Swindler's Florist there.
Stamper In Mediterranean
HOSPITALIZED
Mrs. Rosemary Adams , a
former WayneSVille resident., is a
patient at Miami Valley Hospital
at Dayton following major
surgery. Her room number is 460
and the Miami Gazette feels that
she would appreciate cards from
her many friends in the vililage.
The near crisis in the Mediter-
ranean Sea area has become
more evident to Waynesville
citizens with additional local
servicemen being sent there.
Lance Corporal Courtney
Stamper of the U.S. Marine
Corps has been on a cruise in the
Mediterranean for thE) past six
weeks, according to his mother,
Mrs. Marjorie Stamper of Lytle.
It is not certain when the alert
cruise will conclude Mrs.
Stamper said. Mrs. Stamper was
FOR THE
NAME.
informed of her son's Mediter
ranean stay in a recent letter
from him. Stamper is stationed
at Camp LeJeune, N.C.
The first to become involved in
the Israel situation from
Waynesville was Sergeant Rus-
sell Orndorf, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Charles R. Orndorf of 898 Dayton
Road.
Sergeant Orndorf, who is serv-
ing with the U.S. Marine Corps,
left New River, N.C. on Oct. 16
for evacuation work in Israel.
GIRL SCOUTS
Judy Rye was recently elect ed
president of Senior Girl Scout
Troop 1941 which meets every
Tuesday at 7:30 p.m. at Pine
Tree Lodge at Camp Stony
Brook.
Other officers included Susie
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DEATH
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Runyon of
Mt. Holly received word of the
death of Mrs. Runyon's sister,
Mrs. Paul (Louise) Zaeh of Indian
Hill, Cincinnati last Monday, Oct.
29.
Funeral services were con-
ducted at Thomas Memorial,
Montgomery Road, Kenwood at
11 a.m. Thursday, Nov. 1. Burial
was in Rest Haven Cemetery at
Blue Ash.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Grauman are
home following a week's visit
with relatives in Altoona and
Bedford, Pa. During the trip, the
Graumans enjoyed ' the colorful
foliage, "the most beautiful" they
have ever seen, according to
them.
WARREN COUNTY COURT NEWS
MARRIAGE LICENSES
Oct. 29
Robert Combs, 21, 658 W Mason
Morrow Rd. , South Lebanon,
Fords and Constance Choate, 20,
4090 Townby Dr., Loveland,
typist.
Carl Raney, Jr., 30, 9 S Main
St., Franklin, self-employed and
Nancy A. Zinck, 36, 6942 Harriet
Ave., Franklin, waitress.
Michael N. Bowling, 22, 5839
Shaker Rd., Franklin, truck
drive and Patricia Lynne
Hubbard, 19, 5173 S. Dixie Hwy.,
Franklin.
Donald J. Richey, 25, 1100
Snider Rd., Mason, carpenter
and Patricia Pogue, 20, 1100
Snider Rd., Mason.
Oct. 30
Thomas Eugene Anderson, 21.
8623 Bunnell Hill Rd., Spring-
boro, sheet metal worker and
Regina Lynne Preston, 20, 7934
Cahall Dr., Waynesville, recep-
tionist.
James Ward, 20, 737 Turner
Ln., Franklin, mechanic and Mae
Elizabeth Collins, 23, 106 Pine
St. j Franklin, housewife.
Oct. 31
Raymond Freiberg, 22, 7903 Jill
Ln., Franklin, mill wright and
Donna De Frates, 23, 105 Shafer
St., Middletown.
Kenneth Cornelius, 19, 2278
Rose Dr., Loveland, machinist,
and Charlotte Lunsford, 18, 2299
Lilac Rd., Loveland, secretary.
Charles O. Porter, Jr., 50, 3126
Harrison St., Middletown, facto-
ry worker, and. Lynnis I. Carroll,
35, 3980 Lebanon-Franklin Rd.,
Franklin.
Ralph Jones, 36, 711 Euclid Ct.,
Middletown, steel worker, and
Teresa Williams, 22, 9216
Marcella Dr., Franklin, therapist
Nov .
Jeffrey A. Needham, 18, 1909
Hill Ave., Middletown, factory
worker and Carol Zornes, 22, 270
Dale Ave., Carlisle, cook.
Anthony T. Schwart, 22, 105 E.
Silver St., Lebanon, laborer and
Janice M. Russell, 21, 25 W.
DeSales Ave., LebanQn, clerk.
Tine Roberts, 73, 1290 E.
Second St., Franklin, retired and
Elizabeth Shultz, 71, 2723
Whittier Ave., Dayton, retired.
David M. Ware, 18, 531 Beech
St., FraDkin, factory worker and
Sherry A. DePew, 17, 48 Stadia
Dr., Franklin.
Gary L. Nunn, 29, 40
Timberwood Ln., Springboro,
foreman and Polly A. Morton, 28,
452 Ward St., Lebanon, secre-
tary.
Nov. 2
Gary L. Huddleson, 18, 118 E.
McKinley St., Lebanon, machi-
nist and Cathy Darlene Kilburn,
16, 404 Pleasant St., Lebanon.
Michael R. Taulbee, 22, 413
Kings Mills Rd., Mason,
construction and Patsy Martin
Egner, 23, 225 Forrest Ave.,
South Lebanon.
NEW SUITS
Oct. 30
Rebecca Welch, et.al. vs.
Charles Ray Welch, Morris
Turkelson, Atty, uniform sup-
port.
Bonnie E. Kesterson, et.al., VS.
Richard W. Broyer, et.al., Tom
Shackleford, Atty., judgement.
Neda J. Gee vs. Richard W.
Broyer, Tom Shackleford, Atty.,
judgement.
Frank J . Thermos, et.a\. vs.
Garland Stamper, et.a!., William
Forbes, Atty., judgement.
Sandra Kay Kuharski vs. Wade
Howard Kuharski, William
Kaufman, Atty., annullment.
Benny Mandell Produce, Inc. vs.
Potato Supply Inc., Mark Clark,
Atty., judgement.
Robert Asher v s Charles Elam,
et.al., Mark Clark, Atty.,
jUdgement.
Frank F. Ferris, executor, vs.
General Accident Group, Mark
Clark, Atty. judgement.
Ruth Lone vs. Mae Nixon, Mark
Clark, Atty., judgement.
Gary Sizemore vs. William D.
Alexander, Mark Clark, atty.,
judgement.
Hugh Lake et. al. vs. Ronald D.
Collins, Mark Clark, atty.,
judgement.
Ohio Farmers Insurance et. al.
vs. Cincinnati Gas and Electric,
James Callard, atty., judgement .
Anna F. Dotson, et, aI. vs.
Donna S. Williams, et. aI., Ted
Ensley, attorney, judgement.
Marilyn Stewart vs. Charles
Stewart, H. O. Finkleman, atty.,
divorce.
Shelby Johnson vs. Charlotte
Johnson, Paul Herdman, atty.,
on page 4)
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SALON MANAGER, Barbara Worthington, puts final touches
into hair style of Mrs. Daisy Butcher of Lebanon.
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MARIA ALFORD, left, takes time out for styling her own hair.
Seated next to her is Mrs. Connie Gates of Waynesville.
The business trend at Waynes-
ville has been given a cosmetic
treatment with the opening of
the Miami Square Beauty Salon
at 140 South Main Street.
An early americanized building,
which formerly housed Bi-Rite
Carpet and Tile which moved
next door, was extensively
rennovated and redecorated to
facilitate the new hair dressing
business owned by Mr. and Mrs.
A.V.McCloud.
The coiffure artistry of salon
manager, Barbara Worthington,
carries over into the techniques
of her staff, operators, Debbie
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Ball and Maria Alford. Mrs.
Worthington's 14 years experi-
ence molds with three years and
20 years of Mrs. Ball and Mrs.
Alford respectively.
Miami Square Beauty Salon
became a permanent part of
Waynesville's growing business
family on Sept. 26.
Connie Beck
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Scout
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TROOPSI
Bill Elcook was named the new
Scoutmaster of Boy Scout Troop
51 during a Troop Committee
meeting Sunday, Oct. 28-
A new Cub Master was also
selected. He is Estil Parks. Also
named new A waras Chairman,
was Bill Howard.
Starting Thursday, Nov. 8,
Pack 61 Webelos will meet at 7
p.m. every Thursday in the
basement of St. Mary's Episcopal
Church basement.
It was also reported that
several Scouts compIeted a
successful campout at Cricket
Hallow at Dayton during the past
weekend.
The following activities sched-
ule was also discussed during the
meeting: Nov. 14, swim at
Wilmington College; Nov. 17-18,
camp out at John Brya,n State
Park, Glen Helen Trail; Dec. 19.
carollin8' at Quaker Heights
Health Center with a troop of
Girls Scouts; Jan. 26-2'7. camp
out at Camp Hook. practIce run
for Klondike Derby; F'eb. 16.
Klondike Derby at Camp Hook;
March. Happy Hunting Trail at
Woodland Trails and April,
Super Trip, Greenfield Village,
Dearborn, Mich.
COURT NEWS--
(Continued from page 3)
divorce.
Betty Jo Booth vs. Ronald
Eugene Booth, Morris Turk-
elson, atty., uniform support . .
Peggy N'ifwdipte, VII. Terry
N.ewdigate' Scott Ray, .Tr"
divorce. :' .. :: .;;;f ' 1
Bennie Taylor , vs.
Tincher. flay. Jr . atty .
judgement.
Oct.31
Gary Rutledge et. al. vs. Arlie
Lavson. et. al. H.T. Derivan.
atty . judgement.
J . Phillip Richley VII. Nelson
Schwab, Jr. et. al, Ja(:k Quinn.
atty . appro.
J. Phillip Richley vs. Walter "(.
Wadsworth et. al. Jac:k Quinn.
atty . appro.
James Cavendish VB. Arnold
Tudor. et. al.. Scott Ray. Jr.,
atty., judgement.
Nov. 1
Delores Joan Noel vs. Eugene
H. Noel. Ja(!k Hedgfls. atty .
divorce.
Federal Home Loan Mortgage
Corporation vs. DElDnis . L.
Brummett. et. al.. Morris
Turkelson. atty., foreclosure.
Joseph Thompson vs. Gregory
A. Norton. Dave- atty.,
judgement. .
Delores Adkins vs. Hershel
Adkins. et. aI., Ron
atty . divorce.
Judy Thompson VB. Ronald
Thompson. et. al.. Ron Finkel-
man. atty . divorce.
Marilyn Gibson vs. Bradley
Gibson et. al.. Max F'inkleman.
divorce.
Personality of the Week
CARL BOOBER
We would like to salute Carl
Booher as the personality of the
week. Booher has been a member
of the Waynesville Athletic
Boosters for the past five years.
In June of this year he served as
chairman of the Waynesville
Country Fair. and has served as
co-chairman.
Booher has worked with the
local Lion's Club and the 'Rotary
Club on several occasions.
He headed the crew that
installed the new fence at our
local school system. And also
headed the crew that restored
the log cabin that sits on Miami
Street.
This past summer he and friend
Kenneth Bradley opened a
produce stand on Rt 48' with
home grown produce. known as
the B & B Produce Market.
Booher is an employee of
Proctor & Gamble in Cincinnati
in engineering design. He and his
wife Paula and three children
have resided in the area the past
six years coming here from
Dayton.
If there is any work to be done
in the area. you can see Carl
Booher there doing his part.
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Experts on IOOlevlt)' predict a "youth
pW" ma), be available wlibln our lifetime. ,
Thla could result In an ave ..... e lifespan of
1" yean.
Baldes taldnc a "youth pm" various
facton caD effect the rate of acina'. These are
_Id to Include balanced nutrition, proper ex;.-
erC!lae and relaxation. The pattern (jf modern
lOCIeQ- whicb 100ten overeaUJic. or depe.ndlnc
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The MJAMI GAZETTE
4-H Members To Receive Premiums
More than nine hundred
premiums will be presented to
4-H members at Warren
County's 4-H Achievement Night
on Thursday. November 8. at the
Lebanun High School Auditor-
ium starting at 7:30 p.m.
Highlighting the program will
be the official presentation of a
pl"emium check by Ray
Schwartz. President of the
Warren County Agricultural
Society. to a 4-H member. Some
eight hundred checks totaling
$3.165.25 will be awarded to 4-H
members who completed pro-
jects in 1973.
Another feature of the evening
will be the recognition of
outstanding 4-H Alumni. This
year Mrs. Lois Milligan. Advisor
of t he Rainbow Stitchers .and
PROCLAMATION
WHEREAS. the Continental Congress did issue a decree on
November 10. 1775. which called for the raising of a body of
Marines for service in the War for American Independence; and
WHEREAS, the imminent wisdom of our Founding Fathers
has been proven by the unrivaled record of Military Excellence
established by Marines during their almost Two Centuries of
Service to our Nation; and
WHEREAS. the Village of Waynesville has seen many of her
Sons and Daughters choose to fulfill their Patriotic Duty by
Serving in the United States Marines; and
WHEREAS. 10 November. 1973. marks the 198th Birthday
of the United States Marine Corps:
NOW. THEREFORE. I. James Crane. Mayor of the Village
of Waynesville. do hereby proclaim the week of the fifth
through the eleventh of November. Nineteen Hundred and
Seventy-Three as MARINE CORPS WEEK and urge the
residents of Waynesville join tdbute to the long years of
Dedicated and Loyal service rendered to our Nation by the
Ur.ited States Marines.
Hereunto. I have set my hand and seal
this 5th day of November. 1973.
James W. Crane
Mayor
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Decorators 4-H Club and the Sun
'N Fun 4-H Club. and Dr. Riehard
Johnson. Advisor for the sEtcond
year Veterinary 4-H Science
Club. will be honored.
Mariangela Bendel will give her
award winning safety talk . Jr.
Division.
Coordinating ' the e vening's
acti vities will be Steve Shliner.
President. Warren County 4-H
Junior Leadership Club. Assist-
ing Steve will be several Junior
Leaders from throughout the
county.
COUNCIL---
(Continued from page 1.)
Third Street to South
South Street to Main Street.
East side of Fourth Street in
front of the Paul Michener
residence and Sixth Street
blacktopped;
1975. Franklin Street at Dayton
. Road corner. both sides of
streets. High Street between
Fourth Street and Edwards
Road opposite Quaker Heights
Health Center. Miami Street
from Main Street to Ohio Route
42 and Franklin Road between
Third and Fourth Streets and
1976. resurfacing of Main Street
between Ohio Route 7a and
Franklin Road.
The North Street widening
project came under the critical
eye of council and guests.
William Stubbs. Paul
and Warren Sheehan.
Paul Michener asked council
why village streets varied from
38 feet to 27 feet since the village
maintains a mandatory street
width of 38 feetl ,Mayor Crane
explained that street
widths along North Streert were
due to poor engineering and that
the' would be
corrected by the village after
completion of the project.
Warren Sheehan pointed out
that there seemed to be
differences in the width of the
grass median on the north side of
the street and that someone
"went to an awful lot of expense
to move telephone and utility
poles six inches."
"Yes. they moved the telephone
poles right into the middle of the
sidewalks," commented Street
Superintendent of Street.s.
It was the consensus of opinion
that "lack of local interest" was
the main problem with a
situation like the North Street
project. But that the village
wasn't entirely to blame since
construction monies came from
State Issue I funds wiith the
viJIage paying only for engineer-
ing fees.
"Mayor Crane said that the
village had chosen one of the top
engineers recommended by the
state but that Carl Ericksson, the
chosen engineer of Columbus,
has done an inadequate and
shoddy job.
Village council has alresldy paid
Ericksson $20,000 for his
services and are currently
holding an additional bill from
him for another $17,000.
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Historical Program
Hidden treasure headed tne
historical vignette recalled J...y
well 'known local educator,
Minerva Harlan Hough (Mrs.
Kenneth) who was guest speaker
for a program hosted by the
Waynesville Historical Society
Oct. 31 at the Mary L. Cook
Public Library.
"Wandering through the his-
tory of the community, its
people, places and events," Mrs.
Hough related that a wagon
carrying a quantity of gold coins
to pay a detachment of Anthony
Wayne's soldiers camped in the
village in 1793 was robbed and
the money buried in a cave along
Camp Creek.
The group of soldiers. which
camped along the hillside near
the present site of the old red
brick Friends Meeting House.
were on its way to Greenville in a
final attempt to end the
American Indian wars.
Mrs. Hough pointed out that
Waynesville had the fir s t
Fri ends Meeting es tablish ed
west of the Appalachian
Mountains. Miami Monthly
Meeting of Friends built a log
meeting house in 1800 on the
northeast corner of the inter
section of Miami and third
Streets.
Keepsakes from Mrs. Hough' s
grandmother's scrapbook yielded
a n hour' s entertainment for 26
pe rsons . The s peaker cited
briefly various historical aspects
of Corwin including its school
system. the Pennsylvania Rail-
road and the village telegraph
system.
A highlight of the program was
the story of unusual fossils found
in the Waynesvill e and Corwin
areas with emphasis on the fresh
water pearls of the Little Miami
River. A crinkly yellow news
clipping from the scrapbook
stated that 900 pounds of fossils
from the ar ea were shipped from
Corwin Railroad Station in the
late 1870' s for shipment to Paris.
France.
Cider, coffee and donuts were
served to the group following the
program. Mrs. Richard Sizelove.
Mrs. John Cleveland. Mrs. Ed
ward Ha ss and Mrs . Pa ul
Mi chener were hostesses.
Waynesville Historical Society
will meet next on Wednesday,
Nov. 14 at 8 p.m. at the home of
Dennis Dalton at 452 North Sixth
Street.
G&G Restaurant
Still In Operation
The G & G Restaurant in Har-
veysburg. until recently op-
erated by the George Family is
operating under the manager
ship of Jennie Runyon of Har-
verysburg.
The restaurant never ceased
operation after the George
family moved from the village
just recently.
Mrs. Runyon is assisted by
Shirley Speaks.
The George family still has a
lease on the building located on
Main St. in Harveysburg. The
building is owned by Invest-
ments of Warren County, Inc.
consisting of County Prosecutor
Morris Turkelson of Lebanon,
Edward Cranmer, lawyer of
Waynesville, Don Workman and
Ralph Belcher. local real estate
agents at Waynesville.
They purchased the building
November 25 of last year.
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New Plastic Product
Prevents Serious Injuries
From Broken Glass
FLEX-O-GLAZE, a rigid,
safety-approved plastic devel-
oped by Warp Bros., pioneer
manufacturer of plastics, is now
being used to replace broken
glass in storm doors, windows
and in other hazardous areas
around the home. This new,
breakresistant acrylic plastic is
clearer than glass, is non-yellow-
ing and can withstand sub-zero
temperatures. It is easy to cut,
saw and trim. Is available in
three thicknesses and several
pre-cut window sizes. Flex-o-
glaze sells in the same price
range as ordinary glass.
The prime purpose of Flex-o-
glaze is to prevent severe in-
juries, and even death that may
STUBBS-
CONNER
FUNERAL HOME
SERVING ALL FAITHS
result from sharp, cutting edges
and flying glass. The U.S. Health
Service reports over 250,000
needless accidents occur each
year to people walking into or
falling against storm doors and
other glass entrances. Half of
these accidents occur to children -
under 15 years of age. Because of
this high percentage of accidents,
many states have passed laws
now making it illegal to install
ordinary glass in hazardous areas
around the home. Flex-o-glaze
meets all the rigid test standards
as required by law for safety
glazing and bears the ANSI
Z97.1 safety approval insignia. It
is sold by hardware, lumber and
building supply stores.
STEVE CONNER - DIRECTOR
897-5966
Ambulance Service By Appt.
185 N. Maln, WaynesvUle
No Sweat
Savings.
ENROUTE TO THE
WHITE HOUSE
IN THE CIVIL WAR, THE OHIO
VOLUNTEER INFANTRY REGIMENT
BOASTED TWO FUTURE
PRESIDENTS-MCKINLEY AND
HAyeS!
Call
Classified
a97-5921
1F YOU HAD YOUR
CHOICE OF THE .
COI'ITENTS OF EQUAL
aAI<!REL.S-4 FT. HI6H
AND 2 FT. IN
DIAMETER-ONE FILLED
WITH DIMES, THE
OTHER WITH
DOLLARS . . WHICH *
WOULD YOU PICK?
1)0 YOu SAVE THINGS
LOTS OF PEOPLE PO _
COINS, SILVER
FOIL, KEROSENE LAMPS
ANO 115 FLJN 700 .
Bvr IF YOU 'WANT
PRO':-IT FROM THE
SAVIN65 HABIT, JOIN THE
SAVINGS
PLAN. IT SAVES AU70-
MAT/CALLYANO
EVERYTHING IS PONE .
FOR YOII!
*****
OBITUARY
NELLIE M. BUNNELL
Mrs. Nellie M. Bunnell, 91, of
430 Williams Road, Wilmington
and formerly of Waynesville died
Monday, Nov. 5, at the Pine
Crest Nursing Home at Morrow.
. A former Matron of the Friends
Boarding Home, she was' a
retired employee of the Waynes-
ville Post Office. Mrs. Bunnell
was also. the first Matron of the
Waynesville Juvenile Grange.
She was a member of the Miami
Monthly Meeting of Friends at
Waynesville.
Survivors include two sons,
Rhodes B. of Wilmington and
George L. of Marysville; a sister,
Mrs. Edi\h Davis of Wilmington;
four grandchildren; six great-
grandchildren and several nieces
and nephews.
Funeral services will be con-
ducted at 2 p.m. Wednesday,
Nov. 7, at Stubbs-Conner Fun-
eral Home at Waynesville.
Interment will be in Miami
Cemetery at Corwin.
The family will receive friends
at the funeral home from 6 p.m.
to 9 p.m. on Tuesday (today).
One Day Dry Cleaning Service
SeN Service Laundry Featuring New Washers
Open Mon through Sat - 8:00 am to 9:00 pm
Sun - 8:00 am to 6:00 pm
.---WASHINGTON SQUARE-------,
LAUNDROMAT and DRY CLEANERS
Waynesville, Ohio
88 S. Main St.
897-5961
LEBANON PARTS Co
HOURS:
MONDAY thru FRIDAY 8:00 A.M. to 8:00 P.M.
SATURDAY 8:00 A.M. to 4:00 P.M.
Waynesville Ohio
Ph. 897-6075
A llend The Church Of Your Choice This Sunday
Waynesville
sponsored by tlte Miami Gazelle
Sometimes the hardest
work of all is trying to
save a few extra dollars.
Those everyday neces-
sities just seem to eat up
your paycheck until
there's nothing left.to
tuck away for the future.
But there is an easy
way to build a nest egg.
The Payroll Savings
Plan. Just sign up where
you work, and any
amount you specify will
be set aside from each
paycheck and used to
buy U.S. Savings Bonds.
It's 80 simple, you almost
forget your money's
there working for you.
And, pretty soon, you'll
be surprised at how your
savings have grown.
The Payroll Savings
Plan. Takes some of the
perspiration out of plan-
ning ahead.
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Church of Christ
ThWd A MIamI
10100 a.m..Sunday MornIng
6130 p.m..Sunday I-.lng
6130 p.m.-WecIo cIay l-.Ing
......... 897-4462 far ."fu ..... 1Iun
First Baptist Church
Nor1h MaIn .....,
John P. o.Ioonw, .... tor
10100 a. ...... Sunday Sc'-l
11.00 a.m.-MomIng Worship
6130 p.m.-Training UnIon
7.30 p.m.-I-.Ing ___ hlp
7130 p.m.-w..nutt.y MoetIng
(afflUat.d with Sou*-" ...... e-
tlan)
First Church of Christ
152 HIgh 897....,..
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9130 a; .......... School
1013O ........

Friends Meeting
.ourth _ HIgh
9130 a.m.-Sunday School
lOla ........ Sunday M.dng fa, WorshIp
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United Methodist Church
Third A NDrth
LL Young, MINI ..
.00 a.m.-Worship
9100 a.m...church School
lOllS a.m.-Church Wonhip
The Full Gospel Tabernacle
Itt. SoIerry ...
............... Coale, .... tor
10130 a. ...... Sunday Sc'-l
7100 p. ...... Sunday 1_ ....
7.30 p. ...... WecIo ., 1_ ....
7130 p. ......... 1_ ServIce
First Church of God
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7100 p.m.-'NeIIo tt.y .....
9130 a.m.-Iuood.y School
10130 ............... Iuood.y
7100 p. ...... 1uood.y I .... ......
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United Church of Christ
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lOllS a.m. Sunday Yauth WonhIp
6100 p.m. - Youth -.....
7100 p.m. l-.Ing IervIce
7130 p.m. WecIo "ItV I'IIIIIIw.-
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Lytle
United Methodist Church
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91. a.m.-Sunday Sc'-l
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Corwin '
Pentecostal Holiness Church
w.tt.r L ..... tor
10100 .. m.-Sunday School
7100 p.m.-Sunday WorshIp ServIce
7110 p. ...... WecIo _1liiy WorshIp ....
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'l'aeMay, November 6, 1973
THE DAYTON POWER AND LIGHT Company has built a
bicycle-generator to demonstrate how muscle power can be
converted into electrical energy, The little girl pedaling the
bike "cranks" a generator which lights the 100-watt bulb on the
handlebars. She must pedal for 10 hours if she wishes to
produce two cents worth -of electricity. The exhibit was shown
recently at the Dayton Exhibition Center.
Call
8975921
ALUMINUM SIDING AND
ROOFING
DAL ELLIO'IT
All leading brands-free esti-
mates 897-7851
AL'TOMOBILES
WAYNESVn.LE AUTOS 172
North St., (You get
more used car here.)
CARPETS
Bi-Rite Carpet " Tile, 140 S.
Main St., Carpet. ', Ooors.
ceramic. ceiling.. 89'16611
Waynesville 22Z-S608 Dayton.
DEPARTMENT STORES
MILLERS DEPT. STORE
61 S. Main St. 897-4946 Wear-
ing appearel for the entire
family.
DRY CLEANERS
Washington Square Laundromat
and Dry Cleaners 88 S. Main St.
897-5961.
FUWMITURE AND GHT SHOP
WAYNESvn.LE FURNITURE
AND GIFT SHOP wallpaper
and draperies 897-4971 '
CRAWFORD'S GIFTS
The Unusual Shoppe 57 S. Main
St 897-7136
HEATING ANI}
AIR CONDmoNJt.iG
UNIVERSAL HEATING AND
AIR CONDlTIONING Mar-
, vina Lane '.,-4988 Business. U
no anaW'er ,eall
- Tlae MIAMI GAZETTE
Classified Ads
CLASSIFIED A][)S:
S1.25 minimum charge
over 25 words 5 cents
extra per word.
THANK YOU &
MEMORIUM:
$1.25 minimum cbarge
over 25 words 2 cents
extra per-'word.
897,5921
,
FOR SALE
For Sale: Star 8 x 12 mounted
Tom Tom, blue sparkle almost
new head. Consolette (regular)
type mount. $25 or best offer.
Call 897 -5921 till 5 after till 9 call
897-5826.
Baily Was Pupil At Ohio State
September was a significant
month in the ' history of
Waynesville with recognition of a
number of centennials.
One that slipped into current
history without much notice was
that of Emmor S. Baily who was
the first student to register at
Ohio , State University at
Columbus on Sept. 17, 1873.
The lead . story in The Ohio
State University "Monthly"
Magazine for October recognized
Baily. Headed "The State of
State", it read:
"A century ago last month,
Emmor S .. Baily of Waynesville
in Warren County, signed a
leather-bound book and became
Ohio State University's first
student."
"Sixteen others registered the
same day to begin dasses at
what was then called the Ohio
Agricultural and Mechanical
College."
"Univl,lrsity Hall, the first
college building, stood in a
muddy field north of !Columbus.
It was still r construction
and months fr .; completion."
This year's 8nr: at Ohio
INSURANCE
THE NATIONAL LIFE & AC-
CIDENT INSURANCE CO.
(Grand Ole Opry PElOple) Fred
Napier agent 897-,3111
PAINTING
CHARLES MILLEn Interior
Painting, Free Estimates, 897-
5206, 3542 E. St. Rt. 73
Waynesville, Ohio.
PAINT &. WALLI)APER
DON'S PAINT & W ALLP APER
107 E. Mulberry St.
Lebanon, Ohio 932-2980
MIAMI GAZETTE
105 S. Main Street 897--6921
Herman and . Mary BeDman
OWDen. aocI pub. W4B last
printing aes:viee. -
State is again expected to be the
largest in the nation on one
campus, an interesting contrast
to its student body a century ago
-when Emmor S. Baily signed-up
for classes.
Art Shown
The Mary L. Cook Public
Library, which doubles as village
art gallery, has a new one man
art show in its lobby.
Oils by Willa Stanforth of New
Vienna will be exhibited through-
out November. Some of them will
be for sale.
An accomplished artist, Willa,
also owns and operates an
antique shop at New Vienna.
KIRBY
SALES AND SERVICE
Authorized
Factorv Distributor
125 E. Mulberry St.
leba'lon. Ohio 932-6938
PHARMACIES
LOVELESS PHARMACY
Professional Prescription serv-
ice 33 S. Main Street 897-7076
PHOTOS
V ALLEY VIEW PHOTOS
9 E. Main St Lebanon, Ohio
932-6307
PLUMBING AND HEATING
W. W. COVEY
Plumbing and Heating 177 Fifth
St. 897-6431
BEALESTATE
K.B.A. Realty 89 B. MaiD St.
88"l-8601. . ' , ,
Pap?
OR RENT
For rent: Unfurnished ranch
style one bedroon apartment,
electric stove, refrigerator, air
conditioning, garbage disposal.
wall to wall carpet, adults only,
Phone 897-4831 or Dayton
275-5877 45-c-2
Inside boat and camper storage,
$10 up, Waynesville, 885-7227.
45-c-4
Wanted: 3 men or boys for
November and December to
assemble equipment. See Earl
Dunham 4751 Lower Spring-
boro Rd. 44-C-3
Home commission addressers
needed. Full details for stamped
self-addressed envelope and 25
cents handling fee. Bear's 4901
Winten Ridge Lane, Cincinnati,
Ohio 45232.
Wanted: good used Ziegler oil
stove. 897-6130.
Motor Route Driver, Dayton
Daily News, Waynesville area,
need car, afternoons free. Good
earnings. Call John Koslick
1-800-762-2357, ext 277, toll free
43-C-tf
Help Wanted : Experienced Sec-
retary must be able to take dic-
, tation and a good typist.
Waynesville National Bank
897 -2065 54-c-l
REAL ESTATE
WORKMAN & BELCHER
REALTY CO. Real Estate &
Auction Sales 75 S. Main St.
897-2946 Way. 223-5637 Dayton
LYNN FIELDS, 7956 Cahall PI
Waynesville; 1-885-5453 or 897-
6055; Camfield Company Inc.
433-9912 or 897-6055.
SERVICE STATIONS
Waynesville Marathon, front end
alignment, 174 S. Main St. 897-
7946
SUPER MARKETS
ELUS SUPER V ALU quality
and low prices open till nine, 7
days a week, phone 897-5001.
WAYNESVILLE MARKET
69 S. Main St. 897-5941 Me'ai
Specialista
TV"REPAIR
CHITWOOD'S TV
Waynesville. in Purkey'. B.
BId&. PhoDe 88"l.... .-
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iIIvites you to
spend a few
minutes to
see the
biggest antique
ill town .. ,
The 148 year old
Grist Mill
where youll also
find a wide
assortment of
contemporary
gifts displayed
ill an atmosphere
remilliscent of an
old country store.
We're just a few minutes
down the hill from
Waynesville on Rt. 42
(liz mile north of Rt. 73)
Come down and see us!
BELMONT PATTERN
This Belmont Pattern was made
at Bellair, Ohio by the Belmont
Glass works in 1886. You will find
this in one of our local antique
shops,
OPEN 7 DAYS A WEEK
HISLE'S BUGGYWHEEL ANTIQUES
Furniture & Miscellaneous Items
64 SECOND STREET CORWIN, OHIO
98 South Main Street
Waynesville, Ohio 45068
Houn -
Saturday-Sunday 12-5:30
CHINA - GLASS - FURNITURE
PRIMITIVES - ACCESSORIES
513897-6652 Shop
513298-2077 Residence
!Tk if.
f!f>ultlt"c
We've got new carpet in the lobby, children's department a?d
reference and adult reading room. Drop by for a look and while
you're here select some reading material for those inclement
autumn days ahead. Don't miss our cartful of books on sale for
15 and 25 cents in the lobby.
Arti8t of the Month: Willa Stanforth. New VienDa
4th STREET WAYNESVILLE, OHIO PH. 891-4826
The MIAMI GAZETI'E
c;1Wf'1
STORE
107 S. Main St.
Waynesville. Ohio
(513) 862-5181
Hrs: 12 to 8 Fri, Sat, Sun.
The little Red Shed
ANTIOUES
MAIN STREET
OHIO
PHONE 8976328
eneral Line - Dealer. Welcome
MON. BY CHANCE
TUES. THRU SAT. ]10.5;00
OPEN SUNDAY 1-5 P.M.
Visit Waynesville's Other
Fine Sho s
HAY'S
Furniture
Stripping
"REVOLUTIONARY
NEW METHOD"
THE SAFE AMITY PROCESS
FurnIture Re-linilhlni NO'w E".V
with This Methodl All Paint and
Varnish Removed FrOlnWood O.
Metal No Lye or Hars" Acid. l'Yd
SATISFACTION GUARANTF:ED
HOYR5-Man .. Wed.
and Fro, . Ip.m.-6p .n.
Sat. b . m.12 p.m, nO,1n
Closed HOllda,. Weekend
"6 F .. ", Stre.t
CorWIn. Ohio
e T he V illqge AnfiC/ lie S/10P
ANTIQUES 143 E. HIGH ST.
WAYNESVILLE, OHIO @
General Line of Antiques MOI'4. & TUES. BY CHAI'4CE\;J;..::
LEI'4A SHULL WED. THRU SAT. 9-6
SUI'4DA Y 12-6 P
nes
Margie Dodd Lorrie Dean
S Main, Waynesville 513-426-8699 513-3'72-0621

, Phone 513-897-5843 t
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I S. Main at Miami St. t
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Waynesville Ohio 45068 Antique. of All Period. t
' . Bought & Sold

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VI'S ANTIQUES AND' GIF1S
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We Buy and Sell
We Have General Une and Depr.ession Glass'
296 S Main St Waynesyille, Ohio
-897-6886
Evan"s -Shop
WA YNESVILLE, OHIO PHONE: 932-7264
Hrs: 3:30-5:30; Mon thru Sat & Sun
TRY US FOR A CHANGE
and COFFEE SHOP
, --locatecllD--
.' Washington Square Shopping Center
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"Little 8 p.m. , Nov. 15, High Schoot
Walter Burdine
R.R.3
Wa:vnesville, 0.
45068
Secund class pustage paid at Way nesvill e. Ohi u
Vol. 5, No. 46 Tuesday, November 13, 19'13 Copy lOe
V ote Light But Local Citizens Elect
F our Two Trustees
Nort h Street Nears End
ASPHALT ROLLED DOWN Nort h St reet last week as t he
$184,000 widening project moved into t he final stages of its
Nov. 30 deadline. Work is shown aboye at t he intersection of
Dayton Road.
Last Tuesday's election brought
a light vote fr om Waynesvill e
cil izens who cast a total of 273
ball ots filling village a nd Wayne
Towns hi p poli t ica l vaca ncies
with four councilmen. t hree
school board members and two
l r ustees.
Councilma n Hich a r d Hul l
grabbed t he largest vote from
those who we nt to the polls
chalking up 253, according t.o an
unofficial tall y of t he Wa. rren
Co unt y Board of El ecti ons.
Hulls's largest vote came from
Waynesville North precinct No. I
wher e he received 87 votes. His
s ma ll est count was 80 at
Way nesville Sout h precinct.
Marion Sue Anderson slid into a
second council seat wit h a com
fortable 208 votes. Her strongest
point was Waynesville North
precinct No. 2 whioh r ecorded 75
votes in' her favor. Waynesville
Sout h precinct tallied only 63
votes, her smallest amount ..
An adequate 103 votes put Ora
Jones into office. Jones was most
popular in Waynesville North
precinct No. I where he received
37 voles. The small est vole for
J ones was 30 in Waynesvill e
North precinct No.7.
Wi ll is Hu nter compl eted t he
counci l foursome wit h 83 votes.
Voters in Way nesvill e Nort h
preeinct No. 1 fa vored hi m with a
top 30. In the village's Sout h
precinct he gained onl y 28 votes.
Rober t L. Campbell ra n away
with t he majority of votes for
Way ne Towns hip Trus t ee.
Ca mpbell , appar e ntl y t he
people's choi ce, garner ed a total
726 votes.
Campbell gai ned t he biggest
fa vor of the voting public wit h
136 votes at Way ne Township
East preci nct wit h a close second
at Wayne Townshi p Nort hwest
precinct where he received 130
yeses. Waynesville's two North
precincts totall ed 174 votes.
North precinct No.2 recorded a
low count of 80.
Ca mpbell, a loca l favor ite,
received congratulations from
. t hroughout t he area. Former
Waynesville councilman. Tom
Wi lliams of Eusti s. Pi a. phuned
his feli citat ions to Campbf' 11
during an ele<:t ion day party al
the home of E: ll pn Gadd.
New Wayne Tuwnship Tr uster
J a mes Coffma n ret ri evpd l hl'
second Trustee sea t up for grahs.
H is total 581 votes s4 uf'e ked by
t he 579 vot es of defeated in
cumbent George Henderson.
Vil ters in Way ne Township
East precinct cast 133 votes for
Coffman , t he largest numlwr
gai ned by him in any precirll't.
Waynesvill e South and Wa yn('s
vill e Nor t h No. I precinct i(,d
for t he lowest vole with a Lal ',v " f
55 each.
Three uncontested
for Wayne Local Boarci of
Ed ucat ion had no plcc t in n
worries. They included Robert
Bernard. 764; Claire Dunkin, 623
and Dan Simpson, 866,
Gilbert Fr ye, well known
Way nesville agricul t uralist, was
one of t hree Warren Count y
School Board members uncon-
tested for t heir posi t ions. Frye
(Continued on page 2)
Ohio State Grads Comment. On Alma Mater
Waynesville's Ohio State Uni- the distinction of having their combine, Earl Rye, prominent
versity this week son be the first to enroll at Ohio Waynesville agriculhlralist,
mirrored their famous Alma State. Emmor S. Baily, father of commented that he didn't believe
Mater during a man on the street 92-year-old Mary Baily Chapman, that Q.hio State needed to get
inteview concerning the univer- above, (second from left), a "any larger." A 1952 graduate of
first '1!entury. The finer resident of Quaker Heights the university's agriculture
and importances of poth Health Center, registered for school, Rye said that wbien he
and higher education classes Sept. 17, 1873. Mrs. attended the university there
- w:ere bred into Waynesville. by Edwin Surface, an employee of were only '20,000 or so pteople."
ftAriionef!l' (JIIIAIIrAI' . stock. F,rienos. Waynesville NationAl left. ' , "I had to run about a mile to my
surprise me that Ohio State is
the largest in the country," said
the young vetrinarian. "In pro-
fessional school. there were 86 of
us and we were on a first name
basis." Mrs. Miller, an elemen-
tary education major and
teacher, pointed out: "classes
were large and there were a
great many activities but you
.eal;aDlll8neolmefirst sent a daughter Sandy to . Qhio mJlitary class," he recalled. Dr. -
in 18f)1 and backed State. "Sandy got a average and Mrs. S. G. Miller, both Ohio were strictly on your own, no one
' learriing methods at Ohio state and' now a State grads, gave son, Joshua's was going to help you." Well
One of seience Mrs," .edueation. some serious t hought. known Waynesville agricultura-
"'moat . fin, T' The JOI!lhua . list, Michener, learned his
. t.. Ifi - expertise at Ohio' State. 'II- -feel ,'
I. II I ..,'
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that Ohio State is too large and
that all farmer!! are being pushed
out by large farmers and corpo-
rations," he stated. "Ohio State is
getting too large. Everything has
to get larger and I don't think
that's good." This year the
lar Columbus university has the
largest student residence on a
single campus in the United
States with a student body of
47,269 a far cry from the handful
that tramped through a muddy
field to University Hall in 1873.
(Wa. McClure photos)
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Town Meeting Revived
As Challlber Plans Go
Revival of the old fashioned
town meeting has been stimu-
lated at Waynesville by members
of the Wayne Retail Merchants
Association and inactive
Waynesville Area Chamber of
Commerce which are pooling
their energies to re-work exist-
ing Chamber by-laws to involve
the entire community.
A second town meeting has
been slated for Tuesday, Nov. 20
at 7:30 p.m. at the Town Square
Restaurant and Coffee Shop.
An eight member committee
chaired by Dr. Daniel Becker,
local dentist, for the past two
weeks has been preparing a "new
rendition" of Chamber of Com-
merce by-laws using Waynesville
and Lebanon Chamber of Com-
merce by-laws as a guide.
The results of the teamwork
will be brought to a vote of
existing members of the
Waynesville Area Chamber at
the upcoming village meeting.
"In essence, what will happen
will be that if the town people
want a Chamber under this set of
by-laws then the existing Cham-
ber members will vote to revise
the by-laws," said Dr. Becker.
"By-Iaws don't have to be
perfect at this point," he con-
tinued. "For expedience sake, if
they are close to good, the town
should accept them This would
provide a decent starting point.
It would also get the ball rolling.
By-laws could later be revised by
the membership."
Dr. Becker said that under the
present proceedings old Cham-
ber officers wouldn't be valid for
the reorganization and the
..
Chamber would be completely
restructured with new officers
and directors.
"A board of directors will re-
present a cross section of
Waynesville encompassing ag-
riculture, civic groups, indiv
iduals, professionals and the
retail and commercial areas,"
Becker commented. "The gov
erning body of Chamber of Com
merce will be made up of every
facet of Waynesville."
Wayne Retail Merchants Assoc-
iation got the preverbila "ball
rolling" a few weeks ago when
they aroused enough interest
from the community for a town
meeting.
They agreed to consider joining
the village's existent Chamber
which has maintained a state
charter and membership fees
throughout the past five years
not to form a new one.
"The Wayne Retail Merchants
really got the ball rolling on this
whole idea," remarked Dr.
Becker. "They deserve a lot of
credit for community improve-
ment. They are to be com-
mended."
HAWKRIDGE STABLES
English Hunt Seat
Saddle Seat
TEAC BOARD TRAI
HAWK
The MIAMI GAZlE'M'E
LETTER TO
THE EDITOR
To the Editor:
The "polution solution" socalled,
is like so many other things our
government has undertaken, just
another bunch of garbage. I'll
agree that something should be
done and the laws enforced, but
the whole conceptiolD of the way
the idea is being carried out em-
bodies no reason or logic about it.
For instance, we are told to not
burn any leaves, any wood, sticks
or trash that always accumulates
around your place, particularly if
you have any trees at all. In my
book, I am persuaded to believe
that such things all leaves and
wood are nature's growth and if
that were the only polution that
we had there would be none.
While we are forbidden to do
this, yet the factoriEls continue to
let the smoke roll, and in some
areas it is so dense that you can
hardly see any distnnce, and the
smell is so bad that it makes you
wonder how in the world can
anybody have a sOllnd lung and
work there, or even live close to
it.
The craziest thing about it all is
the so called anti-polution on our
automobiles. . . You only get
maybe a little more than balf the
mileage from your gas than you
did before. Now, with burning
twice as much gas IlS before, tell
me, does tbis make a lick of com-
mon sense?
We still not only have tbe same
polution by burning twice as
much gas, the of gas will
double before long .. So, you see,
with our gas shortage. 'we need
tbe gas much worse thsn we
need the fouled-up anti-polution
system on 'cars. I could cite you a
case or so wbere if you knew the
right party, that for five dollars
you could get a PEtrmit to burn
stuff. This is no gooo, but. it just
goes to sbow how loud a .dollar
talks.
There was a time when they
urged people to clean-up, paint-
up, let's keep things looking nice!
And now, no burning! no smoke!
If you ask me, burning leaves,
burning limbs and maybe a little
trash off your yard and garden
wouldn't be nearly so bad as
having it laying around every
where and in the way.
Findley F. Brown
Waynesville, Ohio
VOTE LIGHT ---
Tuesday,' November '13; 1973
Calendar events should be phoned to the Miami Gazette at 897-5921
a week prior to the meetings for publication in the Gazette's
Community Calendar. Otherwise the meetings or events will not
appear. Listings should include the organization name or that of the
event, date, time and place of meeting. Club secretaries will be
responsible for phoning meetings' information and for making any
changes in calendar listings.
ROTARY CLUB6:30 p.m., Tuesday, Nov. 13, dinner meeting, Town
Square Restaurant and Coffee Shop.
T.O.P.S. OH-I29 WAISTLINERS 7 p.m., Tuesday, Nov. 13, St.
Mary's Episcopal Church basement.
MASONIC LODGE NO. 163 F. AND A.M.7:30 p.m., Tuesday, Nov.
13, Masonic Temple.
MUSIC ASSOClATION7:30 p.m., Tuesday, Nov. 13, Waynesville
High School music room.
SENIOR GIRL SCOUT TROOP 1941-7:30 p.m., Tuesday, Nov. 13,
Stony Brook Girl Scout Camp.
FRIENDSHIP CLUB-12 p.m., noon, Wednesday, Nov. 14, Town
Square Restaurant and Coffee Shop.
BROWNIE TROOP 307after school, Wednesday, Nov. 14, United
Methodist Church.
BOY SCOUT TROOP 517:30 p.m., Wednesday, Nov. 14, St. Mary's
Episcopal Church basement, swim Wilmington College.
WAYNESVILLE HISTORICAL SOCIETY-8 p.m., Wednesday, Nov.
14, home of Dennis Dalton, 452 North 6th Street.
CHARITY CIRCLE-12 p.m. noon, Thursday, Nov. 15, Town Square
Restaurant and Coffee Shop.
"LITTLE NELL"-8 p.m., Thursday, Nov. 16, Waynesville High ,
School gym.
WAYNE TOWNSHIP TRUSTEES7:30 p.m., Thrusday, Nov. 16,
Wayne Towship Fire House.
LOVE CIRCLE-9:30 a.m., Friday, Nov. 15, home of Mrs. Opal Stubbs.
LIONS CLUB6:30 p.m., Monday, Nov. 19, dinner meeting, Town
Square Restaurant and Coffee Shop.
BOY SCOUT TROOP 40-7 p.m., Monday Nov. 19, United Methodist
Church.
PACK 40 WEBELOS-7 p.m., Nov. 19, United Methodist Church.
ST. MARY'S VESTRY-7:30 p.m., Monday, Nov. 19, St. Mary's Epis
copal Church Parish House.
ROTARY CLUB-6:30 p.m., Tuesday, Nov. 20, dinner meeting, Town
Square Restaurant and Colfee Shop.
T.O'p.S. 08129 WAI8TLINERS-7 p.m., Tuesday, Nov. 20,
Mary's Episcopal Church basement. .
CAESAR'S VILLAGF?, INC.-7:30 p.nio. Tuesday,
Nov. 20, St. Muy's Episcopal Church if
AMERICAN LEGION AUXILIARY UNtr p.m., TueSdiy,
Nov. 20, American Legion Building.
VILLAGE COUNCIL-7:30 p.m., Tuesday, Nov. 20, Mayor's Office,
.wayne Township Fire HoUse.
SENIOR GIRL SCOUT TROOP. INI7:30 p.m . Tue8(1ay, 20, . '
Stony Brook Girl Scout Camp.
COMUNITY MEETING-7:30 p.m., Tuesday, Nov. 20, Town Square
Restaurant and Coffee Shop, Reorganize Chamber of Commerce.
LEBANON PARTS Co
HOURS: '
MONDA Y thru FR IDAY 8:00 A.M. to 8:00 P.M.
SATURDAY 8:00 A.M. to 4:00 P.M.
Wavnesville. Ohio Ph. 8978076
Men 18-24
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THE MIAMI GAZETTE
P.O .ox all. WAVNUVILLa PHON 7.ltll
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received a total 4.825. His
associates, Leonard Harbaugh
and Karl Spaeth gluned 4,460 and
6,258 votes respedively.
Waynesville voters and those of
Clear Creek Township were tbe
only ones in County wbo
favored the COUf,lty's proposed
vocational scbool whicb was de-
feated for tbe fifth time 7,262 to
6,741.
u.s. Army will guarantee training in con
struction and utilities, or heavy equipment
operation and maintenance. with full pay
while learning. No experience or special
education required. Three-year enlistment.
$326.10 a month to start. Excellent benefits.
932-7690
All State issues were passed by
Ohio votera. Results of the
Waynesville and Wayne Town-
sbip vote on tbe issues weren't ---------- --------------
a vailable from tbe Warren I
County Board 0: Elections at I
presstime. I
MAIL TO: u.s. ARMY RECRUITING
20 W. MaJIIerry Street OhIo .soae
Only one Waynesville office I
wasn't filled by l4>C&1 votera. No I
one declared intent for running I Name .-..;. _____________ --.; __ --
for Waynesville Board of Public I
Affairs with an official write-in I Address
registration at tbe Board -of I ---------------.,.. ........... -
Elections. Severlll names were I Date
written-in by Waynesville voters ____ _
but none could be counted due to '. I
tbe election bc:aard's require- I
for the filiJlll of a wt;te-Jn I
fonD. ',._,,'
Tllelda)" November 13, 1973 The MIAMI GAZETTE.
Around Town With M ..
-r ,
Soc:iaI notes and Items of
personal Interest should be
phoned to the Gazette offices at
897-5921 no later than 10 a.m.
Saturday prior to the date of
publication.
GARDEN CLUB
Fun with old time foods
flavored the pre meeting pro
gram Cor 17 Waynesville Garden
Club members and guests who
toured Hickory Farms shop at
the Dayton Mall on Thursday,
Nov. 8.
While browsing the shop, the
group was served tea and given a
smorgasbord of samples of
Hickory Farms products to taste.
Following the tour, the group
went to The Forum for lunch. A
business mee tin g was lat er
conducted at the home of the
Marianna Ames.
NEW WRITERS
A group of Girl Scouts from
Troop 1107 are earning a writer' s
merit badge by founding their
One Day Dry Cleaning Service
Self Service Laundry Featuring New Washers
Open Mon through Sat - 6:00 am to 9:00 pm
Sun - 6:00 am to 6:00 pm
r---- WASHINGTON SQUARE-----,
LAUNDROMAT and DRY CLEANERS
Waynes ville, Ohio
88 S. Main St. 897-5961
Get off to a
Flying Start in 19741
It's like a magic carpet c.J"'
... that .. .
Club check. You off on a gifts shopping!"!'lllll
tour, and presto, you've got the cash' . Join now
Christmas '74 will be a breeze
$ .60 a week pays you $ 26.00
$ 1.00 a week pay. you $ 60.00
$ 2.00 a week pays you $100.00
$ 3.00 a week paYJ you $150.00
$ 5.00 a week pays you $260.00
$10.00 a week .you .$500.00
own newspaper, The 'Mini
Gazette slated to be off the press
for the first time in about a week.
Las t Thursday nine members of
Troop 1107 were coached on the
fundamental s of newspaper story
writin g a nd composition by
Mi ami Gaze tt e s t a ff write r,
De nni s Da lton, who a lso
ex plained book publi shing and
how it is done.
The Scouts a nd t heir Leader',
Mrs. Sam Anderson, will put
their tal ents into action during a
r egion a l Girl Scout " Mad
Ha ppe ning" at Middl etown
Campus of Mi ami Uni versity.
Th ey will publi s h a dail y
newspaper with events scooped
from the Happening news beat.
Ann Wardlow will be editor OIf
the Mini Gazette which will carry
a variety of items of interest to
Girl Scouts including an "Echo
Action" column.
Mil/(Jr Army
Sergeant Phil Bryan, Army
Re pr es entative in Lebanon
announced today the enlistment
of James M. Miller. Sergeant
Bryan said Miller will take basic
training at Fort Leonard Wood
Missouri.
James will the n receive advance
individ ual training in supply
operations. Following his ad
vance individual training, James
will serve with the Army at Fort
Monmouth, N. J . James is the
son oC Mr. and Mrs. Norris T.
Miller, 176 E. Main Street,
Harveysburg.
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What about living .
expenses while It's I
being repaired?
Sure, lire 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 addilional
living expenses while repairs
are being made. Yes , it's
altogether :nore than just fir J
insurance! Home. conten' 3
personal liability and mar y
more coverages aie altc,J ,ther
now in one convenient ,.lolicv.
Give us a call.
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or 897-6011
23 S. Main
WayMlYiIIl, Ohio
Personality
We would like to salute William
Sa wyer as the personality of the
week.
Sa wye r compl et ed 27 years
with the Wayne Twp. Volunteer
Fire De partment on October 29,
servin g as chi ef for the past
several years.
He has been in public service for
th e past 22 years with the Village
of Way nes vill e. He is the
Sup erinte ndent of st reet s, and oC
t he wat er and sewer depart
ment.
Sa wyer is a World War II
vet eran and a member of the
Waynes viUe Ameri can Legion
Post 615.
This familiar fi gure ca n be seen
every day of t he week on one
project or in the village
or at th e viUage wat er works. He
has been honored as the Citizen
of th e Year. A nd he also has been
involved with the American
Legion Chri stmas Project to help
needy famili es in the area at
Christmas time.
Pqe3
of the Week
WILLIAM SAWYER
Grand Jurv Indicts 14
The November session of the
Warren County Grand Jury has
returned 14 indictments in 26
cases involving 20 deCendants. Of
the total indictments, one person
was charged with more than one
offense.
Grand Jurers returned the
Collowing including two secret
indictments: Clarence Edward
Liarson. 1324 Reynolds A venue,
Middletown, unarmed robbery;
Thomas Russell Belcher, 2729
Vance Road, Dayton, unarmed
robbery; Charles Short, Jr.,
Pleasant Plain, two counts,
breaking and.: entering uninhab
ited building; Kim Meenach,
Route 1. Pleasant Plain, breaking
and entering uninhabited build
ing; Lonnie Carpenter. River
Arms Apartments, Carlisle, em
bezzlement ; Steven Howard
Cook, State Route 122,Lebanon,
grand larceny;
Bill Ray Carrier, 418 Pleasant
Street, Lebanon, statutory rape;
James Ronnie Sumner, 2351
.Hickory Street, Mainieville,
assault with intent to rape; Jerry
D. Napier , 339 Sellers Road,
Moraine City, illegal procure-
ment of narcotic drug; Ronald E.
Cox. 2037 Drill A venue, Dayton,
illegal procurment of narcotic
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drug; and Charl es M. Combs,
4090 S ha ron Pa rk La ne,
Sharonville, ill egal procurement
of nar coti c dru g.
Five cases includin g thr ee
armed robbery offense, an auto
theft and a secret were ignored,
The second degree murder case
oC Magie Ward Lamb was con
tinued to the January term.
The Grand Jury also made a full
inspection of the Warren County
Jail finding its existing condition
"deplorable". J urers found that
the jail lacked safe storage space
for evidence or conCiscated items
and noted that officers' working
facilities were "extremely inade
quate". They also pointed out the
absence oC recreational facilities
for -prisoners. The jail's com
mun ications system was found
the building'S "only modern and
uptodate Ceature".
A further recommendation was
that smaU villages and munici
palities be required to conduct
court sessions a minimum oC
three times a week in order that
arrested persons be more
expediently processed to Warren
Coun ty courts.

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WARREN COUNTY COURT NEWS
MARRIAGE LICENSES
Nov. 9
David Lee Brown, 35, 7988
Wah len, Maineville, shipping and
receiving foreman and Betty Jo
Baker, 27, Box 29, Mason, payroll
accoun tant.
Jon W. Cannava, 35, Morrow,
government employee and Jac-
queline Canna va, 30, Morrow,
secretary.
Donald G.Ostholthoff, 23, 2490
Schon Dr., Cincinnati and
security and Charlet Bailey, 25,
Route 1, Pleasant Plain,
secretary.
Nov. 8
Aaron B. Shaw, 20, Box 551,
Waynesville, heavy equipment
operator and Teresa L. Hobson,
17, Oregonia.
Nov. 6
John Thomas Schleehauf, 18,
Route 1. Pleasant Plain, factory
worker and Linda Sawyer, 18,
2131 Ford Rd., Morrow, cashier.
Henry S. Hall, 39, 9440 McGuire
Lane, Franklin, student and
Priscilla Lane, 31. 9440 McGuire
Lane, Franklin, clerk.
Ronni e Glenn Wilson, 18, 7023
Taylorsville Rd. , Maud, mechanic
and Charlene Sizemore, 18, 931
Meadow Lane, Lebanon, book
keeper.
Nov. S
Mel W. Hagemeyer, 25, 201
Miller Rd., Apt 4, Lebanon,
proofreader and J acq ueline
Marshall, 19, Route 1, Oregonia,
clerk.
Jeff Fueston, 19, 906 Stanwood
Dr., Lebanon, stock clerk and
Melinda List, 17, 1412 Wardmier
Dr., Ce nterville, none.
NEW SUITS
Nov. 9 _
Carvel Gibson vs. Darlene
Gibson, Paul Herdman, divorce.
Robert W. McDonough, Jr. vs.
RobertF. Amburgy, et.a!., David
Schneider, Atty., foreclosure.
Betty Williams vs. Ralph
Williams, H. O. Finkelman,
Atty., divorce.
Robert Michael West vs. Susan
West, Fred C. Hubbell, Atty.,
divorce.
Nov.8
Paul Clarkson vs. Bertie
Clarkson, David Batsche, Atty.,
divorce.
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JAMES E
SPARGUR
98 S Third St
897-5936
I . t. C. 'mr.&n \
te.otlh \Ubu' t. ,.tum,",,, . Uhlo'
Ruth Daley vs. Charles Daley,
Fred Ross, Atty., divorce.
Katherine Prendergast vs.
James N. Prendergast, Robert
Olson, Atty., will contest.
Harry D. Roberts vs. Chester
Leever, Mark Clark, Atty.,
judgement.
Barber Corporation vs. Magna-
vox Company, Mark Clark,
Atty. , judgement.
Nov. 7
Susan E. Blevins vs. Larry D.
Blevins, Clinton Boyd, Atty.,
divorce.
Shell Oil Company vs. Eugene
Livesay, Eddie Lawson, Atty.,
judgement. .
Madgene Stepper, et.al., vs.
Mark Bedwell, Scott Ray, Atty.,
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W edoesday, November 14
Toasted Cheese Sandwich,
Tomato Soup, Crackers, Peanut
Butler Cookie, Chocolate or
White Milk.
Thursday, November 15
Ham Sandwich, Fried Tators,
Apple Butter Cookie, Chocolate
or White Milk.
Friday, November 16
Fish Sandwich, tartare sauce,
Buttered Potatoes, Finger
Salad, Cookie, Chocolate or
White Milk.
Mooday, November 19
Coney Island Sandwich,
Buttered Hash Brown Potatoes,
Apple, Chocolate or White Milk.
Tuesday, November 20
Turkey with Dressing, buttered
green beans, roll and butter,
Jello with strawberries, Choco
late or White Milk.
Wednesday, November 21
Ham Sandwich, Potato chips,
letluce, carrots, butter fruit
cake, chocolate or white milk.
judgement.
John Wetzig, Sr. "s. Opal
Wetzig, Scott Ray, divorce.
Catherine Lee Woodmancy vs.
James L. Hazelwood, Morris
Turkelson, Atty. , uniform sup
port.
Lena C. Schaney vs. Phillip R.
Schaney, Mark Clark, Atty.,
divorce.
Nov. 6
E.rnestine Wiseman vs. James
E. Wiseman, Paul Herdman,
Atty., divorce.
Ohio Farmers Co. vs.
Glen Engle, a minor,
Utz, Atty., judgement. ...
Nov.S
Ada Lee Hensley vs., Wardie
Hensl e y, Herbert Eikenbary,
Atty., divorce.
Citizens Mortgage Corporation
vs. Thomas E. Dudle!y, et.al.,
Michael Fletcher, Atty., foreclo-
sure.
L. M. Primack, Inc. vs. Arthur
Mitc hell, Michael Fletcher,
Atty., foreclosure.
NEW ARRIV AlLS
Mr. and Mrs. John Evers of
Evers Studios at Genntown are
announcing the birth of a son,
Reese Daniel, born at 12:19 a.m.
Monday, Nov. 5 at Kettering
Memorial Hospital.
Reese weighed 8 lbs. and 4 oz.
He has two brothers, John and
Scott. Grandparents al'e Mr. and
Mrs. George Current of Waynes
ville and Mr. and Mrs. Arthur
Evers of Westchester.
KIRBY
SALES
Au orized
Factorv Distribtiltor
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125 E. Mulberry ::it.
Lebanon, Ohio 93:2-6938
$2&00 Is J01IrS
for the
If you're a high school graduate and carn
meet the challenge of the Army's Combat Arms
branches, you can earn a $2500 bonus. Enlist
for four years in Armor, Artillery or Infantry, com-
plete basic and advanced individual training,
and the $2500 cash bonus is yours.
And the cash bonus is only part of the story.
You'll start at $326.10 a month base pay before
deductions. Then jump to $363.30 in about four
months. Add free meals, free housing, free med-
ical and dental care, 30 days paid vacation each
year, and other Army benefits, and you'll halle
aR excellent total compensation package.
But you' ll earn it. Combat Arms is tough. On
both your mind as well as your muscle. You'll
have to prove yourself in both basic and ad-
vanced training. But then you'll be off to join a
crack outfit in Europe, Hawaii, Panama, Alaska
l
Korea, or almost anywhere in the States. Your
choice of unit or location will be guaranteed,
in writing, before you enlist.
If you think you can make it in Armor, Artillery
or Infantry - and earn a $2500 cash bonus-
see your nearest Army Representative.
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932-7692
United Cites Ruth Osborn
The United Telephone Com-
pany at Lebanon last Friday
Night recognized Mrs. Ruth
Osborn of W lIynesville for 20
years service during the firm's
annual awards dinner at the
Eaton Country Club.
Mrs. Osborn was presented a
gold pendant accented by a
diamond flanked by two
emeralds. The presentation of
the award was handled by Dis-'
trict Manager, Bradley Knapp. r
Service Representative for
Waynesville nine years, Mrs.
Osborn began her telephone
company career as an operator.
She also held positions in the
company's trouble and repair
departments.
Connie Beck
BOOKKEEPING AND
TAX SERVICE
55 E. Lytle Rd.
885-2404 RUTBOSBORN
THANKS
For Your Support _
in the November 6th election
It was appreciated
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'Little' Nell' Slated .At Wayne "The 4migos" Heads Bill
Old fashioned mellodrama is in
store for Waynesville theatre
goers who will be treated to a
performance of "Little Nell" on
Nov. 15 at- Waynesville High
School auditorium.
of villan in a dramatic tussle for
the affections and favors of
"Little Nell."
For Big Gospel Sing Nov. 24
A cast of Waynesville High
School Drama Club members will
roll up the curtain at 8 p.m. Tick-
ets will be available at the door.
A "Dudley Doright" type here
will match scruples in an 18M;!!
setting with a Simon Lagree kind
Rodney Cradel will direct the
following cast: Little Nell, Cathie
Vint; Hector Skyscraper, Wen
dell Cook; Carlton Bainbridge,
Tim Nowlin; Ma Wilkins, Kathy
. Ingram; Pa Wilkins, Loyd Crump
and Queenie, Ann Robinson.
Rheda Rigney will be stage
manager for the performance
and Vicki Lainhart will be
prompter.
Gospel music with a !Latin
American accent will receive top
billing during an evening of
religious music to be presEmted
at Waynesville Junior High
School auditorium at 8 p.m. on
Saturday, Nov. 24.
Child Feeding Topics Program
Sponsored by the youth of
Waynesville's First Baptist
the program will also
spotlight local talent including
Billie and Keneeta Counts, Rev.
Ernie Smith of the First Church
of Christ and the First Church of
Christ' s popular "S'lul Searchers
Trio" (Vivian Planck, Norma
White and Mary LOll Ramp).
The Warren County Coopera
tive Extension Service will spon-
sor a special interest program
entitled "Feeding the Young
Child" on Wednesday, Nov. 28, at
Franklin and Lebanon.
Dr. Evelyn Gray, Extension
Nutrition Specialist from Ohio
State University, will be the
guest speaker for the program
which will 'be presented at St.
Paul's Lutheran Church, 500 E.
2nd Street, Franklin, from 10
a.m. to 12 p.m. noon and at the
Lebanon United Methodist
Church, Silver Street, from 7:30
p.m. to p.m.
Topics will include meal
planning for children, food prep
aration, table setting, and moti-
vation. Both sessions are open to
the public and free of charge.
bean
operator
Formerly of the "Galileans,," the
"Amigos," Mexi can Ame:rican
gospel singers, began in Mexico
City, Mexico and evolved from a
meeting of Robert De La Torre
and David Velasquez.
"Robert, who sings teno:r and
plays bass, has been singing
before audiences since the age of
14," said the "Amigos" publicity
agent. "With his soul stirring
voice, he radiates a warmth and
spiritual beauty rarely found in
gospel music. His voice brings to
life his ministry of the 'Gospel In
Song.'
"David, who is twice gift ed in
his anointed speaking voice and
unusually beautiful singing voice
is lead singer, spokesman and
rhythm guitarist for the gTOUp.
He brought with him his talented
younger brother, EU "Chico"
Velasquez. "Chico" is the group's
You can find the telephone number of anyone anywhere by calling
. Universal Information,
. Within your Area Code: First, dial access code. Then, dial 555-1212.
OutSide your Area Code: dial code. Then, dial the Area
Code of the city you're calling. (See the.first few pages of your telephone
book for list of area codes.) Finally, dial 555-1212.
You'll get the number fast and the service is free. Be sure to write down
the Universal Information gives you.
UNITED TELEPHONE
COMPANY DF OHIO
THE AMIGOS OF DALLAS, TEX. will head the entertainment
list at Waynesville Junior High School auditorium Nov. 24.
baritone singer, composer
arranger and the best lead guia
tarist in the gospel music.
"Richardo Qumiba, who plays
the drums, congas and timbales,
gives the music a truly Latin
flavor by combining his fantastic
sense of rhythm and his zeal for
God."
Before God touched their lives,
David and "Chico" traveled the
night club circuit as professional
entertainers tasting all the fruits
of success in that glittering,
glamorous empty life. Their
moving testimonies of how God
delivered them from a life
centered around alcohol, drugs
and jealous ambition to a life
centered around life, hope and
the good news never fails to
touch scores of young people .
The "Amigos" have brought this
message of God's love with their
soft Spanish accents and festive
WE INVITE YOU
TO SEE OUR
Latin guitars to schools, colleges,
universities and churches here
and abroad.
"Apart from the fact that the
"Amigos" is a professional
sounding dynamic group, their
ministry in song has led over four
thousand souls to the Lord the
first six months of this year.
Formerly of "The Galileans," this
group has appeared on nationally
syndicated television shows such
as "Gospel Singing Jubilee" and
"America Sings."
The "Amigos" have traveled a
national spiritual singing circuit
and have appeared in 22 foreign
countries, The group makes its
performances dressed in Mex-
ican costume for a new flair in
gospel music.
Tickets for the program Nov. 24
will be available locally at the
Bi-Rite Carpet and Tile Center.
FULL SERVICE
BEAUTY SALON
PERMANENTS -
FROSTINGS -
PERMANENT LASHES
For You Working Girls
Evening Hours
On Thursdays
MIAMI SQUARE
BEAUTY SALON
140 S. Main
Waynesville, Ohio
897-3876
.. ..
,
Lions To Hear Trittschlth
EVERETT TRITTSCHUH
Lions District Governor Ev-
erett Trittschuh of Lewisburg
will be guest speaker for a
meeting of Waynesville Lions
Club at 6:30 p.m. on Monday,
Nov. 19, at the Town Square
Restaurant and Coffee Shop.
Trittschuh's topic of discussion
will be "Who Are We?". The
Lions official heads District 1314
which includes clubs encompas-
sing Butler, Clermont, Hamilton,
Montgomery, Preble and Warren
Counties.
"District Governor Trittschuh
believes Lionism can be a greater
service to the community and to
mankind if fellow Lions de-
termine more specifically their
existance and reason for being,"
commented H. Glynn Marsh,
secretary of the Waynesville
club.
Tritlschuh, an insurance agent,
owns and operates a large grain
and cattle feeding farm" near
Lewisburg.
:vI r. Edwin Ramby child welfare off at the Le gion Post
l' hairm an fo r th e American headquarters or they can phone
Ll'g- inn Pos t 615 of Way nesvill e the Post at 897-4991 after 7:00
has ,Innounced the annual toy p.m. and a legion member will
pr oj !'r t is underway for the pi ck them up.
l' omin g Chr is tmas season. I n the past they have collected
They ar e as king for good used " clothing but no longer have a
or re pa ir ab le t oys t o be place to keep them so' if anyone
distributed to needy famili es in has any good clothing they
t he ar ea. The project has been in should donate them to the local
l'x ist Pn('(' for several years and Community Aid Council. Rev.
hu nd J'l' d s of fa mili es ha ve Walter Lamb can be contacted
bl' nei'it l' d fr om t he generosity of for th is project.
t h! Legion Pos t and Auxiliary. To make this a successful
;,nd ar ea r es ident s who have project they a re asking for
I'On tri hut ed t o the worthwhile everyone's help to assure the
;1" ujN't. needy a better Christmas. They
r r a nyone has t oys to donate will also deli ve r food for these
;{ ;,m hy said they may drop them families.
t w w W
:;:;:;:;:;:;:;:;:;:;:;:;:;:; THA N K YOU :;:.:.:.:;:;:;:;:;:;:;:;:;:;:;:;:
for your vote and support in Tuesday's election
I most appreciative
Robert L Campbell ;:;:;:;:;:;:;:;:;:;:;:;:;:;:;:;:;:;:':':
i:;:;:;:;:;:;:;:;:; Wayn e Town sh ip Trustee ,:;:;:;:;:;:;:;:J!
DO YOURSELF A FAVOR
YOU DESERVE IT!
Everyone acrees that It you have your
health you are a very lucky person. But, how
many of you are plannin so that you better
your chances of staying healthy? The most
Important single factor to consider Is havlnr
a physical check-up on an annual basis.
The best way to avoid future problems is
to catch them before they are so apparent that
they are already troublesome. II you want to
do yourself the one most important favor you
can ever do, make yourself a promise today
to have an annual check-up very soon.
. "A GREAT MANY PEOPLE ENTRUST US
<with their prescriptions, health needs and other
products. We eoDSIder tbla trust a
prlvllere and a duty. May we be yoar penoaal
family pharmacy?"

The' MIAMI GAZETTE
Tue.', November 13, 1973
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Jordan To Leot,e For Army Duty.
Douglas C, Jordan, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Richard Jordan, 695
Franklin Street, Waynesville will
report ,for duty on January 8,
Rotary Club
Giving Up
Tree Project
The Waynesville Rotary Club
will not be selling live Christ. mas
trees this year, aocording to an
announcement from David Bix-
by. This has been an annual
project for several years.
If any other organization wants
to sell them they can phone
Bixby at 8g]6841 for information
on where to purchase them.
Town Sketches
Shou'" At ll.D.
Way nesvUle will epitomize
"Spoon River'" this weeken.d at
the University of Dayton
Theatre where the noted play
will be performed at 8 p.m.
Thursday to Saturday.
A portfollio of pen and ink
sketches by local artist Joan
Hass will be exhibited in the
thea tre lobby to symbolize the
fictitious play village.
1974. ..
Private Jordan attended the
Wayne Local High School. He
will report to Fort Leonard
Wood for Basic Combat Training
before receiving training to
become a truck driver. .
He has joined under the Army's
delayed entry program, DEP
which enables an eligible young
man to join the Army, but not go
on active duty for up to 180 days
after the date he joins.
It features the opportunity to
select a choice of training,
schooling and, in some cases,
location for service in the Army.
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WA YNESVILLE MARATHON]
Front End alignment
174 Main Sf --897-7946

I THANK YOU I
I For Your Support 1
t It was greatly appreciated t
lOra Jones I
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STUBBS
CONNER
FUNERAL HOME
SERVING ALL FAITHS
STEVE CONNER . ' DIRECTOR
897-5966
Ambulance Service By Appt. 185 N. Matn, Waynesville
aynesville
.'"1,,,t/ '/'lit' {,'''''''I"'' Of ro",. ( :IIO.il'I' T"i." s""t/tl\-
Church of Christ
Third & Miami Streets
10:00 a.m.-Sunday Morning
6:30 p.m. Sunday Evening
6:30 p.m.-Wednesday Evening
Phone 897-4462 for Information
First Baptist Church
North Main SO... _,
John P. Osborne. Pastor
10:00 a.m.-Sunday Sc'->I
11:00 a.m. Mornlng Worship
6:30 p.m.. Training Union
7:30 p.m.. Evenlng worshlp
7:30 p.m. Wednesday Prayer Mnetlng
(affiliated with Southern BaptIst Conver>-'
lion) -
First Church of Christ
152 High Street 8974716
Ernie Smith-Minister
a.m.Blble School
a.m.-Worship
p.m. E venlng
SI. Mary's Episcopal Church
Third & MIamI S"-"
..... EdwwcI SmIth. I18ctor
ServIc_ 11115 A.M.
Holy Communion 2nd. 4th and 5th SUndays
MornIng Prayer- lat and 3nI Sunol'ays
United Methodist Church
Third & North Streets
LL Young. MInister
8:00 a.m.Worship
9:00 a.m.,C"'n:h Sc'->I
10: 15 a.m.-Chun:h Worship
The Full Gospel Tabernacle
Rt. 3-Feny ReI..
..... Coole. Pastor
10: 30 a.m.Sunday School
7:00 p.m. Sunday h . ServIce
7130 p.m.-WecI.-day E_. Sentk.
7130 p.m.-Sat E-. Sentk.
First Church of God
Friends Meeti ng Lytle ReI.. at Ferry lid. In .... ectlon
Fourth S __ High Pastor RoMrt Koch
9:30 a.m..Sunday Sc'->I 7:00 p.m.-Wedo .. day 1enIk ..
10:45 a.m. ..Sunday MeetIng few Worship 9:30 a.m.-Sunday Schao!
(unprogramed) 1(1130 a.m.-Servlc_SundDy
7100 p.m.Sunday Iwnlng ServIces
Sf. Augustine Church
HIghS_
..... JoHph H. wm-. Palb'
7 a.m. & 11 a.m..""'_
a.",- & p.m.-Holy Day.
7130 p.m.Flrst 'rIcIay
7145 a."",DalIy MaN
'.
,:. ! .. ,
Genntown
United' Church of Ckrist
ROut. 42 ot' o-.town
Ally seom-, PaI_
9:30 a.M. - Wonhlp ServIce
1(1130 - IunIIIIy ChurCh ...

Ferry Church of Christ
Wilmington Plk. & Social Row Rei.
..... Wls_n. Mlnh_
9: 15 a.m. - BIble Sc'->I
10: 15 a.m. - MornIng Worship Sentlc.
10115 a.m. . Sunday Youth Worship
6100 p."'- - youth Meeting
7100 p.m. E".,.Jng ServIce
7130 p."'- - Wectn.day - MldwMk Prayer
and BIble Study
lytle
United Methodist Church
..... 51_II
9:30 a.m..Sunday School
10130 a.m.-Sunday Wonhlp ServIc.
8ICJD.9:00 Evening alble
Study .
Corwin
Pentecostal ' Holiness Church
Wa ..... L ...... PaI_
10100 a.m.-Sunday Schao!
7100 p.M.-Sunday Wonhlp ServIc. -
7130 p.m..Wedn day Wonhip ServIce
, .
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1
Tuetday, Noyember IS, 1973
Obituaries
HOWARD E. McGUINN
Howard E. McGuinn, age 76, of
Harlan Carroll Rd, Waynesville,
passed away Tuesday November
6 at Clinton Memorial Hospital.
He was a retired farmer and a
member of the St. Augustine
Catholic Church in Waynesville,
and a former member of
Harveysburg Grange. He is
survived by his homemaker,
Ruth Wolfe; 4 first cousins, Miss
Helen Taylor of Wilmington,
Mrs. Rosalia Gordon, of Harveys-
burg, Mr. Lew Foley, of
Lancaster, Ohio, Miss Nellie
McGuinn, of Kansas. Prayer
services -were held at 10:00 a.m.
at St. Augustine Catholic Church
Rev. Joseph Lutmer officiated.
Interment was at Miami
Cemetery.
MRS. LONNY SCHOLZ
Scholz, Mrs. Lonny, age 69, of
565 W. Rahn Rd., Dayton
formerly of Waynesville, passed
away Friday at Kettering
Memorial Hospital. She was a
mem ber of the Ridgeville
Community Church. She is
survived by 1 sister, Mrs. Olga
Kupsch, of East Germany; 2
nieces, Mrs. Helen Scholz, with
whom she made her home, and
Mrs Miriam (Scholz) George, of
West Carrollton; 1 nephew,
Rudolph Scholz, of Marion, 0.; 2
sisters-in-lllw. Mrs. Hildegarde
(Scholz) Kral1sche of Dayton and
Mrs. Elsa (Scholz) Swabb of
Gre'en ville. Funeral services
10:30 a.m. at the Stubbs-Conner
Funeral Home, Waynesville,
Pastor Ray Shelton officiating.
IntennentMiami Valley Memory
. Gardenr.
Call
897-5921
ALUMINUM SIDING AND
ROOFING
DAL ELLIOTT _
All leading brands-free esti-
mates 897-7851
AUTOMOBILES
WAYNESVILLE AUTOS 172
North St., 897-4036. (You get
more used car here.)
CARPETS
Carpet & Tile-; S.
'. - Main St., Carpet, floors,
.. 897-6611

The MlAMI' GAZE'JITE
HOWARD F. SHUTI'S
Shutts, Howard F., age 76, of Old
Stage Rd., Waynesville, passed
away Thursday at the Lebanon
Nursing Home. He was a
mem ber of the First Church of
Christ in Waynesville. Survived
by 1 daughter Miss Marjorie
Shutts of Waynesville; 1 son
Robert Shutts of Waynesville; 1
sister Mrs. Irma Beckett of W.
Manchester, Ohio; 1 brother
Ernest Shutts of McConnelsville,
0., and several nieces and
nephews. Funeral services 2 p.m.
at the Stubbs-Conner Funeral
Home, Waynesville, Pastor
Ernie Smith officiating. Inter-
ment Miami Cemetery.
Classified Ads 897-5921
SIIfUATIO N S
WTO
Supports
Message
The Dayton Power and Light
Co supports the recommenda-
tions and actions announced in
President Nixon's energy mes-
sage.
About 100;0 of DP&L's gene-
rating capacity comes from
burning oil, the remainder from
burning coal, which is in
adequate supply. The company'
has already been conserving oil
as much as possible. DP&L is
working with local environ-
mental authorities to continue to
burn coal at the Tait Generating
Station units which were being
converted to oil.
Unfortunately, DP&L has had
to burn more oil than usual in
recent weeks because of several
generating units being out of
service. This will continue
through December. However,
every effort is being made by the
company to cODflerve oj.!.
DEPARTMENT STORES
MILLERS DEPT. STORE
61 S. Main St. 8974946 Wear-
ing appearel for the entire
family.
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DRY CLEANERS
Washington Square Laundromat
and Dry Cleaners 88 S. Main St.
897-6961.
FURNITUREANDGHTSHOP
WAYNESVILLE FURNITURE
AND GIFT SHOP wallpaper
and draperies 897 -4971
CRAWFORD'S GIFTS
The Unusual Shoppe 57 S. Main
St 897-7136
HEATING AND
AIR CONDITIONING
F.OR SAL
For Sale: Polaroid Colorpack III
camera, like new,. very
little, $15, phone 897-5609.
For Sale: one gelding and one
mare, $100 each, call 897-6681.
Enlistment Statistics
Army enlistment statistics for
the first six months wiithout the
draft indicate that the all-
volunteer Army will be success- '
ful, according to Sergeant Phil
Bryan, Army representative.
Sergeant Bryan reported that
as of June 30, the end of the last
fiscal year, the Army missed its
manpower goals by only 1.7
percent.
"That's a very small percent-
age," he said, "especinlly when
you consider the problems
involved in making the transition
from a draft-dominated force to
one which relies on volunteer
enlistments. "
One of the factors expected to
contribute to the success of the
volunteer Army in future years
is the need for fewer
replacements each yeBlr. Volun-
teers are signing up for longer
enlistment terms and are
expected to have a high reenlist-
ment rate. "Then," Sergeant
Bryan observed, "the only prob- '
lem will be to find and retain I
specialists with critical skills."
As reasons for thE! Army's
recruiting success, Sergeant
Bryan cited the substantial in-
crease in starting pay, guar-
anteed choice of training and
duty location, and improvements
in the quality of militnry life.

THE NATIONAL LIFE & AC-
CIDENT INSURANCE CO.
(Grand Ole Opry Pei)ple) Fred
Napier agent 897-3>111
PAINTING
CHARLES MILLER' Interior
Painting, Free Estimates, 897-
5206, 3542 E. St.. Rt. 73
Waynesville, Ohio.
PAINT & WALLPAPER
DON'S PAINT & WAl.LP APER
107 E. Mulberry St.
Lebanon, Ohio 932-2930
PRINTING
MIAMI GAZETTE
UNIVERSAL HEATING AND 105 S. Main Street 897-5921 .
AIR CONDITIONING Mar Herman and Mary Bellman-
vina Lane/ 897 -4936 If owners and pub. We offer f.,t
. uU' -982-4323 ,. . , .printil)'It li6J'viee: '
CLASSIFIED ADS:
51.25 minimum charge -
over 25 words 5 cents
extra per word.
THANK YOU&
MEMORIUM:
$1.25 minimum charge
over 25 words 2 cents
extra per word.
For Sale: Star 8 x 12 mounted
Tom Tom, blue sparkle almost
new head. Consolette (regular)
type mount. $25 or best offer.
Call 897 -5921 till 5 afLer till 9 call
897-5826.
SPINET CONSOLE PIANO may
be purchased by small monthly
payments, see it locally, write
Carlyle Piano Company, P.O.
Box 156, Cortland, Ohio 44410.
For sale: 1950 Dodge truck, 3/4
ton. 885-5349
liHWM
Thank you: I would like to thank
everyone for the flowers, gifts,
and visits, and prayers while I
was a patient at Kettering
Memorial Hospital and since my
return.
Mrs. Minnie Miller
CARD OF THANKS
I wish to thank all my friends,
neigh bors for the lovely flowers,
gifts, cards, visits, prayers. and
acts of kindness during my stay
at Kettering Hospital and since
my return home and special
thanks to:
Rev. and Mrs. Roy Hogan,
Rev. and Mrs. John P. Osborn,
Rev. and Mrs. Sherman Cook,
for their visits and prayers .
Beulah Taylor
PHARMACIES
-.-----_.---
LOVELESS PHARMACY
Professional Prescription serv-
ice 33 S. Main Street 897-7076
PHOTOS
V ALLEY VIEW PHOTOS
9 E. Main St Lebanon, Ohio
932-6307
PLUMBING AND HEATING
W. W. COVEY
Plumbing and Heating 177 Fifth
St. 897 -6431
REAL ESTATE
I
Employment Opportunities:
Motor Route driver Lytle,
Waynesville area 2 hours each
morning Monday thru Satur-
day good pay. For more infor-
mation call Mr. Purk, Dayton
Journal Herald 223-1111 Circu-
lation Dept.
OR RENT
For Rent: spaces for camper
storage, call 8976681.
I
For rent: Unfurnished ranch
style one bedroon apartment.
electric stove, refrigerator , air
conditioning, garbage disposal ,
wall to wall carpet, adults only,
Phone 8974831 or Dayton
275-5877 45c2
Inside boat and camper storage,
$10 up, Waynesville, 885-7227.
45-c-4
Wanted: 3 men or boys for
November and December to
assemble equipment. See Earl
O'unham 4751 Lower Spring
boro Rd. 44-C-3
Home commission addressers
needed. Full details for stamped
self-addressed envelope and 25
cents handling fee. Bear's 4901
Winten Ridge Lane, Cincinnati,
Ohio 45232.
Wanted: good used Ziegler oil
stove. 897-6130.
REAL ESTATE
WORKMAN & BELCHER
REALTY CO. Real Estate &
Auction Sales 75 S. Main St.
897-2946 Way. 223-5637 Dayton
LYNN FIELDS. 7956 Cahall PI
Waynesville; 1-885-5453 or 897-
6055; Camfield Company Inc.
433-9912 or 897-6055.
SUPER MARKETS
ELLIS SUPER V ALU quality
and low prices open till nine, 7
days a week. phone 897-5001.
WAYNESVILLE MARKET
69 S. Main St. 897 -5941 Meat
Specialists
TV 4 REPAIR
------- CHITWOOD'S TV
K.S.A. Realty 88 S. Main St. iii" Purkey's Hwd.
W;.:ssol. . . - . - - :---1Jldg:-p1\'i>1ie8VI=641J&. ' .
t>' _ _
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invites you to
spend a few
minut es to
see the
biggest antique
in town . . .
The 148 year old
Gr ist Mill
where you'll also
lind a wide
assortment of
contemporary
gifts di splayed
in an atmosphere
reminiscent of an
old country store.
We're just a few minutes
down the hill from
Waynesvill e on Rt. 42
(l i z mile north of Rt . 73)
Come down and see us!
W A VECREST . The glass is
made of opal or milk glass and
has a satin finish. It was made in
France but was imported ' into
the United States and deco-
rated in The Servres Manner by
the C.F. Monroe Co., Meriden,
Connecticut from 1894 to 1905.
OPEN 7 DAY S A WEE K
HISLE' S BUGGYWHEEL ANTIQUES
Furnitur e & "fis cellaneous Items
84 SE COND STREE T CORWIN , OHIO
98 South Main Street
Waynesville, Ohio 45068
Houn -
SaturdaySunday 125:30
CHINA - GLASS - fURNITURE
PRIMITIVES - ACCESSORIES
513 8976552 Shop
513298-2077 Residence
:7k ! ceook
f!lultlic ffilt1la/Jf/jf
We've got new carpet in the lobby, children's department and
reference and adult reading room. Drop by for a look and wh.ile
you're here select some reading material for those inclement
autumn days ahead. Don't miss our cartful of books on sale for
15 and 25 cents in the lobby.
ArUlt of the Month: Willa Stanforth. New Vienna
4U. STREET WAYNESVILLE, OHIO PH. 897-4826
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The mark is Wavecrest with the
initials of the company C.F.M.
Co. Some items bear the name
Nakara and C.F.M. Co. This is a
Marked Jewel Box.

STORE
107 S. Main St.
Waynesville. Ohio
(513) 8625181
Hrs: 12 to 8 Fri, Sat, Sun.
The Lttle Red Shed
ANTIOUES
MAIN STREET
WAYNESVILLE, OHIO
PHONE 8976321;
tnrral Line - Dtaltrs Wtlcome
MON. BY CHANCE
TUES. THRU SAT. 105:00
OPEN SUNDAY 15 P.M.
Vi,it WaynesYllle', Other
Fine Antique Shel S
HAY'S
Furn'iture
Stripping
"REVOLUTIONARY
NEW METHOO"
THE SA .. E AMITY PROCF.SS
Furniture R.linilhlnl Now
with Thll Method! All Paint and
Varni'" R em owed Fro.n WOOd Or
Meta' No Lye or H .. II: ACich l' ....
SATISFACTION GU"RANTF.EO
HOUR5-Mon .. Wed.
and Fri. . lp. m .6p ;n .
Sat. .a. m.12 p. m. no.'"
Closed HOlkla)l Weekelld.
76 Fllnl Sireel
C or",,", Ohio
iW. Tlle Vil/oge Antiqlle ShOP
A 1\/ TIQU E S 143 E. HIGH ST.
i J" - , WAYNESVILLE. OHIO .
General line of Antiques MON, 8. TU ES, BY CHANCE>' }< 5
LENA SHULL WED. THRU SAT, 9-6
SUNDA Y 12.6 i
ill'S
Margie Dodd Lorrie Dean
S Maln, Waynesville 513-426-8699 513 -372-0621

t . '
I !-ntiqUtS : .
t
S. Main at Miami St. Open Sat. & Sun. .
Naon- 6:00 t
t
Waynesville, Ohio 45068 Antique. af All Periad. t
Bought & Said

VI'S ANTIQUES AND GinS
We Buy and Sell
We Have General Line and Depression Glass
296 S Main Sf WaynesYille , Ohio
897-6886
Antique Shop
WAYNESVILLE, OHIO PHONE: 9327264
Hrs: 3:305:30; Mon fhru fri9:305:30; Sat & Sun
TRY US FOR ' A. CHANGE
RESTAURANT and COFFEE SHOP
'. --located in:'-

Washington Square Shopping Center


Chicken-To-Go
"",'tf:. 89'77801.. :
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VOl. 5, No. 47
Santa To Be
Air-horne
At I..ebanon
Santa will get air-borne this
season for his arrival at about
9:20 a.m. Friday, Nov. 28 at Leb-
anon's Colony Square Shopping
Center where he has already
been billed "the greatest Santa
Claus in the world."
Described by the Cincinnati
Enquirer as "a rotund man about
Waynesville," Santa, who would
much prefer a sleigh and eight
tiny reindeers, will be helicop-
tered to Colony Square where
extensive care has been taken to
construct a cozy Santa house that
hopefully will become a warm
nook where children can pri-
vately chat with Santa who will
also be telling stories of his re-
lationship to the true Chirstmas
story and the real meaning of
Christmas.
Traditional Christmas goodies
will be secondary only to the love
and of.. Santa, who
iii a ' newspaP,er
and . cp1. fill ,ab
room With 'his jovial noise,
Cathy and ,piarke Nolte of
Valley View .Phots will be at
Santa's gayly decorated house at
Colony Square to photograph all
visitors in Christmas colors.
Santa's daily hours will be
Monday to Friday, 12 p.m. noon
to 4 p.m" photographer's hours,
5 p.m. to 9 p.m.; Saturday,
photographers hours, 12 p.m.
noon to 9 p.m. and Sunday,
photographer's hours, 12 p.m.
noon to 5 p.m.
45068
Second postage paid at Waynesville. Ohio
Tuesday, November 20, 1973
Copy lOt
Area Becoming Deer Playgr!!.'!:!!:!!:,h.ttheP;,
Waynesville citizens are won- ' struck and killed a doe on OhIO door of her home on State turesque animal walked over to dering why so many deer Route 73 one and a half miles Route 73 about a, mile west the fence adjoining the Erwin sightings in the area during re- west of Harveysburg at about 12 o,f Waynesville s corporate Ellis residence_ She immediately cent weeks. Could it be a round- p.m. noon Saturday. The deer limIts. . phoned the Ellises and a up for the annual trip for a jumped a fence and into the was a bleak. mIsty gray house guest, Roy Ellis was able to rotund, red suited old gent at the auto's path, according to Har- wmter day, Oct. 24, when Mrs, watch the handsome creature North Pole?
verysburg Policeman, Larry Hartsock happened to before it disappeared, Sunday, Nov. 18, Raymond Stevens.
a, rear window her Just!n An animal lover. Mrs_ Hartsock Adams, Superintendent of Miami Perhaps the best and most ex- time to see an buck m has been worried by local hun- Cemetery at Corwin, spotted a citing deer sighting in th,e area the pasture behmd the hous? ters and the environs around her deer in a soybean field on Clarks- was made by Betty (Mrs. Owen) The and Hartsock s home have been posted and she ville Road near the Gilbert Frye Hartsock 350 feet from the back father, retired, banker, Ross lets it be known that anyone with residence.
Qu Sc Hartsock, who hves next door, a gun is highly unwelcome. Three weeks ago one of the shy artet OreEI raise registered Arabian horses. Local theory is that the area's critters ambled into Miami
"The horses acted so r?- deer population is due to the Cemetery sauntering almost up Robbery ChOnIS marked Betty Their nearby Caesar's Creek Reservoir to the barn adjacent Adams' A quartet of youths who scored ears up as if they Project where the animals find residence. The doe appeared to a chorus of burglaries in the bronzed. It (the deer) sure dId refuge but at the same time may weigh about 170 to 200 pounds, Waynesville area in recent me. It was a gorgeous also be driven out by the noise of according to Adams. weeks were aprehended Satur- buck,
heavy machinery.
Adams said that his dogs chased day, Nov. 17, by a team of law "Coach Liffick, what do you think of LebanOD'S team?" the deer away from the barn and officers including local Police
through the cemetery before he Chief Charles LeMay, Sergeant
could observe how far it would Charles Reedy of the Springboro
venture.
Police Department and Lieuten-
Omar Pelfrey of Springboro ant D. L. ErtIe of the Warren
Tonight
A town meeting has been slated
for 7:30 p,m. Tuesdar' Nov. 20
(tonight) at the ToW'D Sqllare
Restaurant and Coffee ' Shop at
WaYnesviUe.
The purpose of the meeting will
be further discussion of reviving
and restructuring the Waynes-
ville Area Chamber of Commerce
which has maintained a charter
and Ohio membership fees but
inactive in recent years.
An eight member committee
headed by Dr. Daniel Becker,
Waynesville dentist, is encour-
aging all "business, professional
and interested citizens" of the
area to attend the meeting.
County Sheriffs Department and
a number of policemen from
Clinton County.
Warren County Sheriff. Roy
Wallace, reported in a news re-
lease . type Mon- _. r
day that three juveniles and one
other person were arrestE!d for
five cases of breaking and Imter-
ing in the Waynesville vicinity.
Two of the burglaries occured in
Clinton County, according to the
news release.
"Most of the property" stolen
by the group was recovered
Sheriff Wallace said in his report.
Wallace's news release didn't
identify the burglary victims,
relate the methods of e1ntry,
specify value or quantity of items
stolen or charges filed.
"rm Seared,"

"I HAVE GREAT RESPECT Lebanon's Coach and Team,
but we'll give them a good game Friday night." More of the
interview with Coach Liffick and photos of the preseason
scrimmage on page 4.
Villagers Comment On E.nerg.y Crisis, Gas Shortage
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THE IMPENDING ENERGY CRISIS and gasoline rationing issue last we@k
brought a number of comments from Waynesville citizens. "People don't knb,W
there is an energy crisis until it's right up on them," puffed Tim Brooks as1ie
helped push the car of a friend, In Chae Cho to a local service atation.
Burton, second from left, an employee of the W&1'l'en County Jlecorder's Office,
tak,en a firm stand to do he,r part. "If that!s whatiUakes to help the country,
I'll manage,'! she commented. Susan Burke said that ,he, will probably use the
Mary L: Coolt Library, less and, ' to walk her miltl'long country lane.
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tion. The) may make it a little unhandy." Kronenberger stated that he felt that
organizations such as Scouts and civic clubs including Rotary and Lions. "The,
whole entertainment economy will be affected," Kronenberger remarked. Town
meetings, sports and recreation would also be hampered by the situation, accord-
ing to him. "It's definitely going to affect the economy," he stressed. Some
Waynes.villians feel that the gasoline shortage especially wW cause people to stay
at home and get to inow each other, a trait they've all but lost in the age of
super automation. Possibly families, ftiends and neighbors in the village will
begin visiting again, a rural entertainwent concealed in history. Wilbur Fricke,
tallking to Kronenberger, rides a bicycle to keep fit. He'll be in shape for
_ rationing w'ben it
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BROWNIE TROOP 307-after school, Wednesday, Nov. 21, United
Methodist Church.
BOY SCOUT TROOP 51-7:80 p.m., Wednesday, Nov. 21, St. Mary's
Episcopal Church Parish House.
STUDENT COUNCIL-second period, Wednesday, Nov. 21, Waynes-
ville High School music room.
PEP RALLY-10:03 a.m., Wednesday, Nov. 21, Waynesville
School.
NEW CENTURY CLUB-1:30 p.m., Friday, Nov. 23, home of Mrs.
Keller Hoak.
THANKSGIVING DAY-No school until Nov. 26.
BOY SCOUT TROOP 40-7 p.m., Monday, Nov. 26, United Methodist
Church.
P.T.0.-7:30 p.m., Monday, Nov. 26, Waynesville High Scbool cafeter
ia, question and answer session, tentative speaker.
WAYNE RETAIL MERCHANTS ASSOCIATION-7:30 p. m.,
Monday, Nov. 26, Town Square Restaurant and Coffee Shop.
ROTARY CLUB-6:30 p.m., Tuesday, Nov. 27, dinner meeting, Town
Square Restaurant and Coffee Shop.
T.O.P.S. 08-129 WAISTLlNERS-7 p.m., Tuesday, Nov. 27, St.
Mary's Episcopal Church basement.
SENIOR GIRL SCOUT TROOP 1941-7:30 p.m., Tuesday, Nov. 27,
Stony Brook Girl Scout Camp.
BROWNIE TROOP 307-after school, Wednesday, Nov. 28, St. Mary's
Episcopal Church basement.
RAINBOW ASSEMBLY NO. 1-'7 p.m., Wednesday, Nov. 28,
Waynesville Masonic Temple.
CUB SCOUT PACK 517 p.m., Wednesday, Nov. 28, St. Mary's
Episcopal Church Parish House.
BOY SCOUT TROOP 51-7:30 p.m., Wednesday, Nov. 28, St. Mary's
Episcopal Church basement. .
WAYNESVILLEHlSTORICAL SOCIETY-8 p.m., Wednesday, Nov.
28, home of Mr. and Mrs. William Stubbs, Fourth Street.
BOARD OF PUBLIC AFFAIR8-7:30 p.m., Wednesday, Nov. 28, old
village Powerhouse.
MARY L. COOK PUBLIC LIBRARY BOARD OF TRUSTEE8-8:80
p.m., Wednesda" Nov. 28. library.
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BBBMA1ttfi MARY.BELLMAN .. ;
Publ.l$hera
[ would like M thank
the people of
Wayne Toumship
who
supported me in
the election
JAMES E COFFMAN
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K.lO", our Drugs
This week in know y.our drugs
we're dealing with some of the
dangers and affecta of helroin.
Heroin is familiar to all esti-
mated 65,000 addicts iII this
country who depend on ilta ef
fects to escape, the realities of
life. .
This drug is also variously
known as H, boy, white stuff,
harry, Joy powder, and scot. It is
actuaUy synthesized from mor-
phine, although it is several
tUDes more powerful tha.D the
mother drug. While many argue
that marijuana does liUle to
barm the body or mind
permanently, few people are
willing to grant wide berth .
to heroin because of ita capacity
to lead the individual to a life of
social and physical self-delterior-
ation. Strangely' enough, and
unlike marijuana, beroin Clan be
judged most harshly by tbose
who have fallen prey to ita Istrong
addictive powers.
It is reported that herclin ad-
dicta steal over $1 billion worth
of goods each year to support
tbeir habita. This merchandise is
sold to a fence who pays only
about one-fifth of ita aeutal
worth. It is easy then to imagine
how much a "junkie" as' henon
addicts are known, must steal to
finance a habit that may easily
Thanksgiving
Services Annow1c.ed
run to as mucb as $60 or more a
day.
Parents: [Phy'" Symptoms)
Stupor/drowsiness, needle
marks on body, watery eyes, loss
of appetite, bloodstain on 8hirt-
sleeve, running nose. [Look For]
needle or hypodermic syringe,
cotton, tourniquet-string. rope,
belt, burned bottle cap8 or
spoons, glassine envelope8.
[Daager8] Death from overdose,
mental deterioration, de8truction
of brain and liver.
CREATIVE GLASS
722 Columbus Ave
Lebanon, Ohio
Blown & Spun gla$$ creatiOM
demOMtratiOM daily
Hour: Won - Fr l 9 - ,
United community Th.Dks- Sat _ Sun 12 _ 6
'Jiving worship services ,rill be t-.55==5Ia ____ a_.iiiiEEEi ___ ..
comlueted at the Full Gospel .
Church of God on Ferry Road at .. -----______ ... __
7:80 p.m. on Wednesday. Nov,
21.
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. man Cook. . Rev. s.,.
jlutor 01 the
. Meth04ill Oluueh .. Lytle, ...
lie the guest sp8iker. .Ana
.dergymen will partjdpat.e" tM
service. . ..
IIDIJ Communion wiD be ' Cl8Ie-
bra&ed by The Rev. Mr. Edwani
Smith at St. Mary's EpIi.Ieopal
Church on
Nov. 22, at 10:16 a.m.
Father Joeeph Lutmer ,rill be
the celebrant for a ThanltlilgiviQg
Day mass at St. Augul8Wle's
Catholic Church at 7:46 a . m.
Masons Elect
Officers
New Officers for Waynesville
Masonic Lodge No. 168 F. and
were elecled Nov. 18 at the local
Masonic Temple.
Pete Duffey, Audio Visual
Technician for Wright Pa1tterson
Air Foree Base Museum lit Fair-
born, was named Master alnd will
be officiaUy instaUed during
public ceremonies on Dec. 7. The
installation will be handled by
Omar Meloy of Lebanon Masonic
Lodge No. 26.
Duffey, a Mason four years,
resides at 8052 North State
Route 48, Waynesville \lllritb bis
wife, Elaine and their daugbters,
Gina and Dawn.
Other officers elecled during
the meeting included: Robert
Maybury, Senior Wardenii Frank
Gruber, Junior Warden; Earl
Conner, Treasurer; Steve Con-
ner, Seeretary; Seldon Health,
Chaplain; Robert Worthington.
Senior Deacon; Don Duffey,
Junior Deacon and Harold
Purkey, Tyler. . .
lutaI1atioll of offieers . at tbe
..... _ .. 1 ... at 7:80 p.m. on Dee;. 7
betl'm'lllle .
Steve CoDDler, .
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Thanksgiving
Day!
The GAZE'ITE
Local 4-Hers Get Awards
Several Waynesville 4-Hers
were among approximately 200
who received awards during a
regional "Achievement Night"
November 8 at Lebanon High
School.
Simplicity Pattern Company; Safety Speaking ContElst
Awards, Dakin Insurance Com-
pany, Young Junior Boy, Wan'en
County ' Showmanship Swe1ep-
stakes;
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Local youth recognized during
the evening included the
following: Cindy Kier, Ohio State
Fair Food and Nutrition,
International Foods, Warren
County Food-!'lutrition, General
Foods Corporation; Ohio State
Fair Outstanding of the Day
Junior Host and Hostess, Junior
Girl Winner, Safety Speaking
Contest; Ohio State Fair
Outstanding of the Day, Inter-
national Foods, Safety Speaking
Contest Award, Dakin Insurance
Company, Junior Girl Winner.
Julie Kier, Ohio State Fair
Junior Host and Hostess,
Warren County Food-Nutrition,
General Foods Corporation, Ohio
State Fair, Outstanding of the
Day, Junior Host and Hostess.
Julie Snoddy, Ohio State Fair,
Do Your . Thing With Food;
Warren County Food-Nutrition,
Gene-ral Foods Corporation, Ohio
State Fair, Outstanding of the
Day, Do Your Thing With Food;
Martha Peters, Ohio State Fair
Style Review, Sports Clothes;
Ohio State Fair Sheep Exhibiter,
Warren County Dress Review,
Karen Bergerding, Ohio State
Fair Style Review, Formal
Dress; Warren County Clothing,
Coats and Clark, Incorporated,
Warren County Dress Review,
Simplicity Pattern Company;
Cheryl Hamm, Ohio State Fair
Style Review, Tailored Outfit,
Warren County Clothing, Coats
and Clark, Incorporated; Warren
County Dress Review, Simplicity
Pattern Company, Seven Year
Tenure Award;
Theresa Drais, Ohio State Fair
Decorama, Refinished Furniture,
Ohio State Fair Demonstrations,
Warren County Conservation of
Natural Resources, John Deere,
Warren County Home Enviro-
ment, The S. and H. Foundation,
Incorporated, Ohio State Fair
Outstanding of the Day, Re-
finished Furniture, Conservation .
Camp, Camp Ohio, Public Speak-
ing Trip Award, Union Oil Com-
pany of California, Seven Years
Tenure Award, Safety Speaking
Contest Award, Dakin Insurance
Company;
Susan Shutts, Home Manage-
ment Tupperware Home Parties;
Barbara Vincent, S.wine, Moor-
man Manufacturing Company;
Karen Vincent, Seven Years
Tenure; Brenda Wood, Seven
Years Tenure Award; Robert
Rye, Safety, General Motors,
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Front End aliGnment
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Susan Thill, Ohio State Fair,
Photography, ' Ohio State Fair
Outstanding of the Day Photo-
graphy, Citizenship Short
Course, Washington, D. iC.,
Photography, Eastman Kodak
Company;
Richard O'Banion, Livestock
Judging Team, Warren County
Beek, Celanese Chemical C(Jlm-
pany, Ten Years Tenure Awalrd;
Safety Speaking
A wards, Dakin Insurance Com-
pany, Senior Boy Winner; Liz
Self, Warren County Achieve-
ment, Ford Motor Company,
Warren County, Clothing,
and Clark, Incorporated, Warren
County, Dress Review, Simplic-
ity Pattern Company, Citizen-
ship Short Course Washington,
D. C., Leadership, ReadElr's
Digest, Nine Years Tenure
Award;
Pete Wical, Warren County,
Agriculture, International Har-
vester Company; David O'Ban-
ion, Warren County,
Celanese Chemical Company;
Judie Rye, Warren County,
Dress Review, Simplicity Pat-
tern Company, Junior Leader-
ship, Camp Ohio; Beth Snoddy,
Warren County, Health, Eli L.illy
and Company; Kay Shutts,
Seven Years Tenure Award;
Jeff Watkins, Club Congress
Trip Award, Columbus Sponsors,
Ohio 4-H Foundation and Warren
County Agricultural Socielty,
Swine, Moorman Manufacturing
Company; Rosemary Keethler,
DORIS CONNER
We would like to salute Doris
Conner as the personality of the
week.
Mrs. Conner is a well known
artist in the area, and has been
painting for approximately 15
years.
She has served as chairman of
Warren County, 4-H Garden
Winners, Hidden Valley Fruit
Farm; David Hisey, Safety
Speaking Contest Awards, Dakin
Insurance Company, Junior Boy
Winner; Safety, General Motors
and Doug O'Banion, Nine Years
Tenure Award.
the art festival for Waynesvilles
Ohio Sauerkraut Festival held in
October esch year.
She serves on the board of the
Mary L. Cook Public Library.
And her civic duties are taking
care of the art display each
month at the library.
This busy Waynesville Mother,
and Grandmother has also
worked for years with the
Waynesville United Methodist
Church holiday bazaar.
Mrs. Conner is the wife of
President Earl Conner of the
Waynesville National Bank. Her
son Steve is the loea1 Funeral
Dirctor, and daughter Rebecca
Hoak is employeed at the
Waynesville Bank. The Conners
have 3 grandchildren. Mrs.
Conner is a Waynesville native.
KIRBY
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STANLEY SCORES on a
fast-break against Twin
Valley North.
A "STUFF?" No. not quite.
Cornett scores agaiDst
Twin Valley North.
JOE KID' scores a balnk
shot against Ross.
CORNETT SCORES again
against Twin Valley North.
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PLUMMER SHOWS Ross
player Gary Smith bow to
dribble.
"Spartan Basketball Lookin'
Good," Says Coach Liffick
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Nov. 23-Lcbanon
Nov. 30- Springboro*
Dec. 7-Clinton Massie*
Dec. 14--Blanchstcr*
Dec. 15-Greenview
Dec. 21-Little Miami*
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PHOTOS AND STORY BY
GARY BELLMAN AND
LILA M'cCLURE
Friday night at 8 o'clock the
Waynesville Spartan Varsity
Sign Up For
Basketball
League
Sign up at Hubbells
Barber Shop and Alfords
Barber Shop. Fee $5.00 at
time of signing. League to
start December 11, final
date for signing December
1. You must live in Wayne
Twp. or be a graduate of
Waynesville High School.
Call Dan Simpson for
information at 897-7886.
Booster Volley
Ball To Begin
Waynesville Boosters
Volley Ball will begin
December 12. Every Wed-
nesday night at 7:30, at the
Waynesville High School
Gym. A fee of ".00 per
week is what you pay.
Show up play.
Basketball Team opens its
197374 season at the Waynes
ville high Schoo! Gym. The re-
serve game starts at 6:45 p.m.
Last Saturday, in a double
scrimmage, the Waynesville
School Menu
Monday, Nov. 26
Hamburger sandwich with pic-
kles, potato chip, carrot stick,
apple sauce, cookie and white or
chocolate milk.
Tuesday, Nov. 27
Sloppy Joe sandwich, cabbage
Salad or buttered carrots, home-
made brownie white 01' choco-
late milk.
Wednesday, Nov. 28
Bowl of chili, crackers, bread
and butter, celery chunk, apple,
white or chocolate milk.
Thursday t Nov. 29
Fish sandwich, tartar sauce,
buttered corn, jello, white or
chocolate milk ..
'Friday. Nov. 30
Pizza with cheese. green beans
with bacon, bread and butter.
pineapple, white or chocolate
milk.
Connie Beck
BOOKKEEPING AND
TAX SERVICE
55 E. Lytle Rd.
885-2404
Come to this Christian Science Lecture
II More Than a Superstar /"
By: George L AghamaZian, CSB
of New York City, New York
Monday, November 26, 1973 at 8:00 pm
Lebanon High School
St Rt 48 N at M111er Road, LebaDoil,Ohio
UDder FIRST CHURCH OF CHRIST, SCIENTlBT
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Spartans showed promise of a
good season-maybe even a great
season.
Team morale was high and
when the Gazette started taking
pictures the team shouted
"smile!" to its playing members.
They got one smiling basket
after anotl1er Ross from
Hamilton and Twin of
Dayton.
During a break we asked Coach
Liffick about the good and the
bad of the Spartan teamwork.
"We haye height. In past
scrimmages turnovers have been
our worst problem. Today. I
think we got it together pretty
good." he said.
"We don't have a starting line
up because I don't 'have five
dominant players, I have more
than five which is good. This will
be important later in the season."
The coach flashed a big smile.
"Lebanon?" he asked, "I'm
"'ill your
I i Ie i .isu rancJ
I)ay thc
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PERHAPS. But there prob
ably wouldn't be much
money left for your fam
ily's living expenses. A
Nationwide 20-year Morl-
gage Protection Plan taken
out when you are 30, say.
costs just $4.33 a month,
Yet il will payoff a SIO,OOO
mortgage, completely and
immediately if you die. Can
today.
JAMESE
SPARGUR
98 S Third
897-5936
The man (rom 1'\:'11011", ,11:: 1\ oa your ,.ide,
r)at iOnw ide
N.' ..... idc lir.I .... ""'" c .... r.ny
HOIII< 0tIIcr: CuI... bui, OhIO
scared!"
"I have great respect for
Lebanon's Team and Coach," he
continued smiling as if he had an
eight foot seniQr stashed away
,someplace.
"The townspeople think I do."
he laughed.
W e 'Some Kinchf
a Game' thIS F.riday .nlghrwllen
the Smiling Super Spartans meet
a rich, experienced Warrior
team. Come out and root for the
Spartans, maybe they'll be the
next Fort Ancient Valley Con-
ference Champs. We think they
will.
Jan. II - Mason
Jan. 15- East Clinton
Jan. 19--Springboro*
Jan. 25- Clinton Massie*
Jan. 26-Ccdan'il\e
Feb. I- Blanchpstcr*
Feb. 5- Carlisle
Feb. 8-Littl e Miami*
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* League Games
-You can stili. _'st
lor just
Uhder th'e new volunteer Army program, mc;>st
young men and women are enlisting ,for three I
or four years. They take advantage of guaran-
teed training schools, and lhelr choice of unit
or location assignment.
But many enlistees choose the two-year pro-
gram. If you're like them, maybe you're .not
ready for college now, but plan to start in a
couple of ' years. Perhaps you just want 'tQ be
on your own for a while, to experience life and
gain maturity. Or you could be interested in the
job training available in the Army.
Regardless of why you choose the two-year
enlistment option, you'll get the same fine pay
and benefits package. Starting pay is $326.10 a
month before deductions. You'll get a raise to
$363.30 in about four months. Add free meals,
free housing, free medical and dental care, 30
days paid vacation each year, and your ' t.)ase
pay goes a long way,
So if you want to get out of the routine, travel,
and find out what life is all about, see your near-
est Army Representative, He has your ticket.
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G08PELSING
The youth of Waynesville's
First Baptist Church will bring
the community Gospel music
with a Latin American flavor at
Waynesville Junior High School
Auditorium at 8 p.m. on Satur-
day, Nov. 24.
Tickets may be purchased at
the door or at BiRite Carpet and
Tile.
The evening's show bill will in-
clude "The Amigos" of Dallas,
Tex., "The Singing Regents" of
Cincinnati and local talent
including Billie and Keneeta
Counts, of the First Baptist
Church; Rev. Ernie Smith of the
First Church of Christ and the
First Church of Christ's "Soul
Searchers Trio" (Vivian Planck,
Norma White and Mary Lou
Ramp.
P.T.O.
Waynesville parents will be
able to get answers to school
questions during a meeting of
P.T.O. at 7:30 p.m. on Monday,
Nov. 26 at the high school
cafeteria. Superintendent of
Schools, Paul Schwamburger and
principals of the system will form
a panel fdr a question and answer
session.
A guest' speaker has also been
tentatively scheduled for the
program.
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to the New Officillis of Waynesville
and Wavne Town$hiP
Thmtk You for Your Support in the
Nov 6 Election PI Pd Ad

ibis to belp yoa save
OD yoar gu bIDs.
1. Clean or replace air
filters several times during
the heating season. Keep
Fadiant heating units free
of dust and lint.
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2. Remember each degree
over 72' will add 3% to your total heating bill .
3. Set thennostat within normal temper
ature range, 72 to 7S" . Make gradual
adjustment only if needed to maintain
desired comfort level. Avoid frequent
adjustment. .
4. If you set back the thermostat at night
don't set it lower than 6S" . When resetting
the thermostat the next morning, avoid
setting it above the temperature desired. It
won't heat any "faster, and by "over-
shooting" you may waste more heat than
you have saved by "setting back."
S. If you are going to be away from home
for an extended period, turn heat .dqwn but
nOt off. With no heat in the house, water
pipes may freeze and burst. \
6. Draw draperies over
windows to prevent heat
loss. The windows facing
the sun should be uncov-
ered to let in the sun's
radiant heat.
7. Avoid unnecessary opening of outside
doors which lets heated air escape. Keep
stonn doors and windows tightly closed.
8. Inner doors connecting _
to unheated area (base-
ment, attached garage,
attic) should be left closed
9. If you have a fireplace, close damper
when it is not In use to prevent loss of
heated air.
10. Repair loose or broken windows.
11. It will cost less to heat
your home if it is uisulated
and if windows and doors.
are properly. weather
stripped.

. .. The, Se",;ee
u"llt., . .,. .
HOSPITALIZED
Ed Greenstein of Franklin Road
was taken to Grandview Hospital
last Saturday. He will be in the
hospital for approximately lan-
other week and he may receive
visitors. Cards may be sent to
him on the fifth floor at Gralnd-
view.
It has been reported that
Raymon Hatfield is a patient at
Kettering Memorial HospitaL
Donald Lamb last Thursday reo
turned home from Christ
Hospital at Cincinnati where he
underwent a series of tests.
Others in the community bo,me
from various ho8pitals
Connie Gates, Phyllis Hartsock
and Delbert Knisley.
.. ILL
Mrs. Maude Adams, a former
long-time Waynesville resident,
has been seriously ill at Wright
Nursing Home at Mason. Mrs.
Adams, 91, has spent most of her
lifetime in the Waynesville-Cor-
win area.
NEW suns
Nov. 9
Carvel Gibson vs Darlene
Gibson, Paul Herdman, divorce.
Robert W. McDonough, Jr. vs.
RobertJ. Amburgy, et. ai, David
Schneider, foreclosure.
Betty Williams vs. llalph
Williams, H. O. Finkelman,
divorce.
Robert Michael West vs. Susan
West, Fred C. Hubbell, divorce.
Nov. 12
Ernest Russell vs. Edmond
Henry, John Crist, judge.
Margaret Joanne Creech vs.
Lowell Creech, Dallas Powers,
divorce.
Em Williams vs. Brencla Wil-
liamB, L. E. Ritz, divorce.
Mitchell vs.
Sandra J;lfMitchell, Julia A.
Crist, divorce.
Providence Bank vs. Dieter
Ritzkaupt, et. al.. Don Gardner,
foreclosure.
Nov. 13
Richard R. Noles et. al. vs.
Dwight E. Brickley, Harry
WA YNE TOWNSHIP FIRE
AND RESCUE SQUAD RUNS
Oct.
3
5
5
6
9
9
11
11
12
13
14
17
19
19
22
Overdose
Difficult Breathing
Motorcycle-Car Accident
Auto Accident
Fall
Heart
Auto-Truck Accident
Illness
Asthma Attack
Gun Shot Wound
Illness
Illness
Unconscious
Possibl.e Broken Ankle
Broken Leg
Clinton
Clinton
Kettering
Clinton
Clinton
Clinton
Kettering
Kettering
Kettering
Kettering
Kettering
V.A. Cincinnati
Clinton
Clinton
Middletown
Ebeling, judgement.
William E. Smith vs. Gelena
Smith, Vernon Wilson, divorce.
Shirley A. Freeman vs. Gerald
A. Freeman, Ed Cranmer,
divorce.
Shirley A. Bailey vs. David R.
Bailey, Mark Clark, divorce.
John Carson, Jr. et. al. vs.
David Joseph Renniclt, Mark
Clark, judgement.
Nov. 14
Arvill L. Paul vs. (A)leman C.
Catron. et. al. Paul N. Herdman,
judgement.
Mary Ann Isaacs vs. James Roy
Isaacs, Bobby Scearce, divorce.
Cora lee A. Shapert va. David H.
Shupert, Fred &ss. divorce.
N..15 .
Ruth Alma Ratliff va. William
A. Applepte. I. A. Casper,
judgement.
Allen Tomlinson vs. Mary Lee
Tomlinson. James C.lt, divorce.
Mary Tomlinson vs. A.IIeo Tom-
linson, Ed Crammer, "vorce.
Lewis Ingle vs. Dave Coy, Phil
Pleska, judgement.
Nov. 16
Mary Jane Johnson vs. David
W. Johnson. Fred Ross, divorce.
Walter O. Lowery et. al. vs.
Mobil Oil Corp., Wm. G. Fowler,
judgement.
Betty Gwin vs. Charles Gwin,
Mark Clark, divorce.
Ronald Eugene Powell vs. Cheri
Ann Powell, Clinton Boyd ,
divorce.
Ova O'Haer, Jr. et. al. vs. Sun
Oil Co. et. aI., Lawrence Rab.
judgement.
Linda Sue Collins vs. Jack
Collins, Jack Quinn. divorce.
MARRIAGES
Nov. 9
Duane Keith Turner. 20. 3606
Roosevelt Blvd.. Middletown,
Construction and Rebecca Lynn
Horsley, 19, 2652 South State Rt.
42. Lebanon. clerk.
Nov. 12
Kenneth Richard Saunders. 20,
2257 N. Rangeline Rd., Pleasant
Hill, truck driver. and Rebecca
'--- . 21, 1021 Dubois Rd .
James F. Wiehoff. 38, 940
HOURS: Butler. Warren Road. Mason,
MONDAY thru FfHDAY 8:00 A.M. to 8:00P.M. inspector and Betty J. Neat. 39,
SATURDAY 8:00 A.M. to 4:00 P.M. 670() ButlerWarren Rd., Mason.
Ohio Ph. 897-6075 clerk typist.
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carpenter and Temple F. Lowe.
17, South Lebanon.
Nov. 13
Danny D. Combs. 21, R.R. 111.
Morrow, installer, and Berneda
Webb. 18. 10159 Beacon Hills.
Cincinnati, student.
Les Dale Stacey. 21. 800 Frank-
lin Rd., Apt. 45. Lebanon.
construction, and Kathy J 0
Lamb. 17. 273 South Main St .
Waynesville, student.
Nov. 14
Gregory York. 25, 606 Hudson
A ve . South Lebanon, body man
and Sylvia Lynn Crabtree, 23.
6451 Far Hills Ave., Dayton, food
service.
Nov. IS
Fred Chenault, 22, 55 W.
Factory Springboro. truck driver
and Cathy England. 18, Box 64.
Oregonia. sales clerk.
Charles Douglas Moore. 24,
2129 Imperial Road, Miamisburg,
Ohio, Montgomery, laborer, and
Lori Lynn Laishley, 18, R.R. 113,
Waynesville, Ohio, student.
Gerald R. Hutzel, 21, 479 W.
223, Mainville, Ohio, none and
Rose Marie Hayden. 22, 6899
Lake Road, Morrow, Ohio, none.
John Mockabee. 19. 1095 E.
Lower Springboro Road, opera-
tor. and Anita Cook . ,18. 505 B.
Drive. Apt. 2, Spring-
bol'D, .Ohio. reeeptioniit. .
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Board Hires New Coach
Wayne Local Board of Educa
tion members meeting in regular
session at Waynesville Schools
Administration Building Nov. 12
voted to hire James Davis for
junior bigh school track coach.
Board members also agreed to
grant Special Education Teacher,
Ura Grover a leave of absence to
teach for a period of time in
Rhodesia. Grover will temporar
ily terminate his faculty duties
here in January.
Discussion of the current
energy crisis played a part in the
business agenda. "At present no
immediate threat to the normal
operation ' of the school program
exists," commented Paul
Schwamberger, Superintendent
of Waynesville Schools.
"Energy saving guidelines have
beeD released to, the personnel
and those directions request the
lowering of thermostats to sixty
eight degrees where feasible and
conservation of electricity and
gasoline. Other measures may be
necessary if the condition con
tinues to become more serious
across the nation."
The Board decided to schedule a
meeting later in the month with
local boards of education, the
Warren County Joint Vocational
Board and Ohio Department of
Education officials for discussion
of alternate directions that might
be available to the school district
due to the recent defeat of the
Warren County Joint VoCational
School. Vocational education
headed the topics of discussion at
last Monday's Board meeting.
Happy
Thanksgiving! !
We Have Your Holiday NeeM
FRESH OYSTERS TURKEYS
We will close Wed at 7:00 It ali day
Thanksgiving
Waynesville, Market.,.,..
&9 S Main St Wayl18lv 0 117-6941
STUBBS-
CONNER
FUNERAL HOME
SERVING ALL FAITHS
STEV CONNER - DlRECTOR
897-596&
Ambulance Service By Appt. 185 N. Main, WaynesvUle
YOU CANNOT EVALUATE A
MEDICINE BY ITS LOOKS
TbU .. wby so many doeton .tUl prefer
to prelCrlbe product. made by manufacturers
whOle reputation they are closely famlUar
wltb rather tban thOlle made by a company
thaa hal copied a formula after It has proven
luCOMdaL
Uke COpaH of anytbln" from mediclnes
to famoDi art, some reproductlonl are very
faithful to tbe oria'lnal. But also like art. with
. medicine. you often can't tell wbicb il which
JDlt by looldq. Your doetor IDIIlrH you ,e'-
tlq what be want. you to bave by exactl,
lpecif,lna' a product In whicb he ha. confi-
deD.,
Telephone Book .To Dean '8 List
Thomas R. James of Wayne8- ' who earned a grade point aver
Gives Road ffistory ville has been named to the age of 8.4 or more for the quar
dean's list of the University of ter.
The Germantown Indeptandent
Telephone Company has opened
new highways into phone direc
tory publication with its just off
the press "Turnpike Issue'" which
features an historic cenUlr sec
tion of mid 19th century toll
roads through the village.
The directory, which also
covers Farmersville and Gratis,
is the literary genius of tele-
phone company vice' pre:sident,
Richard O. Kern whose literary
artistry has made the book a
collectible item for area antiques
buffs.
It encompasses the history of
the Dayton and GermllDtown
Turnpike Road, in
1845; the Hamilton, Middletown
and Germantown Turnpike Road
Company, 1846; the German
town, Farmersville and West
Alexandria Company, 1847 and
the Franklin and Germ:antown
Turnpike Road Company, 1849.
The "Turnpike Issue" is avail
able for 75 cents at the telephone
company offices or through the
mail at $1.35 for single copies. A
collector's multiple copy rate
offers the books at $2.65 for two
and $3.95 for three. Mail re-
quests may be sent to German
town Independent Telephone
Company, 32-36 North Plum
Street. Germantown, 45l127.
Library Gets
Atlas Combo
Among Mary L. Cook.Public Li
brary's recent book acqlliisitions,
is a big volume combinntion re-
print of the 1875 Warren County
Atlas 19Q8 CenUannial
Atlas of Warr.en County. .
The' new hiStorical lIeferenC8
book may be found in thl several
local histories shelved in the li
brary office. It is available upon
request at the circulation desk.
An almost miniature version of
both county history oolOks, the
atlas includ&3 drawulIgs and
photos of Warren County homes
and public buildings. county and
village maps and historical facts.
Cincinnati for the Summer Quar James, the son of Mr. and Mrs.
ter. James was among several Charles James, is a Waynesville
full time undergraduate High School graduate.
name
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on the
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protec
tion!
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FORCHES & BREEZEW FLEXIBLE


Homes
protected with
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save up to 40% in fuel costs.
GENUINE FLEXOGLASS is far
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W.'P 8'0\ Ch,C'lo 6065'
Plonu'" In PI"'I(," SlflCf' 1974
At Your H.rdw.re. lumber .nd 8ulldlnl Supply Store
Waynesville Lumber & Supply Co
% block South of Penn Railroad Depot
Corwin, Ohio 897-2966
Lebanon Lumber Co
Purkey's Hardware
.. . ... ..-... -. , ...,. --.r> ....- . .....
1 fa . W Mairi--Sf ---
Lebanon, Ohio 932-7065
Lingo True Value
Hardware
Lebanon, Ohio
3 S Broadway
932-1866
R R 1 - WaynesYille, Ohio
897-2060
BraHain Lumber Inc
513 N Broadway
Lebanon, Ohio :932-1841
.r----. - Attend The Church Of Your Choice This Su,.day
aynesville !!ponsored by the Miami Gazette
of Christ
T ....... MIamI "'-
10100 a.m..a....Iay MarNng
6c3O p.m..Sunday 1-.1118
6c3O p.m..w.In 1--"
....... 897-4462 for 1nfomm1lon
First Baptist Church
Nor1h MaIn "-
John P. a. ............ tor
10100 a.m..Sunday School
11100 a.m.-MornIng Worship
6c3O p.m.TralnI,. UnIon
7130 p.m.-IwnIng __ hlp
7130 p.m.-w.. .. dory tMetIng
(aHllIciI.d with Ioutt.m ..... e-
tlan)
Church of Christ
HIgh ......
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a.m.-aIe School
a.m.-w .....
p. ....... --.
........ "u Meeting
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Sf. Mary's Episcopal Church '
ThW .. ,.,..,.. ......
.... I ...... SmIth. IIKtor
...... 1111SA.M.
HoIyc-.lan 2nd, ....... 5th ......
Momng 11 ..... w ......
United Methodist Church
Third .. Nor1h "'-
LL Young. MInI8 ..
.00 a.m..WorshIp
.. 00 a.m.-Ch..-ch School
10115 a.m.-Church Wonhip
The Full Gospel Tabernacle
Rt. 3-I'erry ...
.... Ihwman CcIoIr, .... tor
10130 a.m.-IurtIIIIy Ie'-'
7100 p. ...... ......., 1_ ...,..
7130 p.m.-w.Io 1._ 1_ ....
71. p.m.-... 1_ ...,..
First Church of God
Lytle ...... .,., ...... _1Ion
....-...,1Cach .
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Ferry Church of Christ
Wilmington ....... Sac ... Ad.

.. 15 a.m. - BIble School
10115 a.m. MonIIng Wonhip ...,..
10115 a.m. - SunIIDy Youth WcnhIp
6100 p.m. - Youth tMetIng
7100 p.m. 1--., ...,..
71. p.m. w.Io alar MIcIw.eII
and ... 5tucIy
Lytle ,
United Methodist Church
.... llwall ..... =_ .
... a.m.-1unIIIIy School
101 ......... WcnhIp ...,..
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IIUIIy
Corwin
Pentecostal Holiness Church'
10145 .. ..... for WcnhIp
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Sf. Augustine Church
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United Churcb of Christ
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United Methodist
Well' Known Bellbrook
Resident Dies
Former Sugarcreek Twp.
School Superintendent Carl A.
Wright died Thursday at Ketter-
ing Memorial hospital after a
short illness.
Wright was a native of the Bell-
brook area and had a master's
degree from Miami University.
He had taught in the Sugarcreek
schools for several years before
becoming superintendent in
1932. '
He was also a principal and a
teacher in the Sugar Creek-
Bellbrook School System for
many years and also had worked
for 5 years at Master Electric.
Wright is surVived by his wife
Ruth Edith (Gibbons): one
daughter Mrs. James Bourne of
Waynesville; one son Carl J.
Wright of Bellbrook; one brother
Paul Wright of San Diego, Call-
fornia: six grandchildren; one
great grandchild.
Funeral services were held yes-
terday at 11 a.m. from the Bell-
brook United Methodist Church.
The Rev. John Beers officiated.
Interment at Bellbrook Ceme-
tery.
One Day Dry Cleaning Service
SeN Service Laundry Featuring New Washers
OPEN Mon thru Fr1 - 8 am to 6:00 pm
Saturday - 8 am to 7 pm
Sunday - 10 am to 6 pm
--WASHINGTON SQUARE-----.
,LAUNDROMAr ... DRY CLW4ERS
Waynesville, Ohio
88 S. Mlin St. 897-5961
Winter Hours
7:00 A.M. till 8:00 P.M.
Wins Bike
LINDA TINNEY KING-
AN, above, rode 35 miles
recently during a Bike A
Thon promotion sponsored
by the Warren County
Unit of the American
Cancer Society. Linda's
104 sponsors contributed
'372.14 and boosted hel'
pedalling energies which
took her throughout the
Wilmington, LibertyKeu-
ter and Oregonia Roads
area. Her bicycling efforts
woo 'her first prize, 81
10speed bicycle from
Lebanon New Car Dealers ..
Linda, 23, a graduate o1i
WaYDesville High School,
is , the motbitr of iii
She is at
tending' night classes at
F,airmont West High
8<!hool at Kettering where
,the j8 stud)'iq bOokkeep.
Ing ':
Classified Ads 897-5921
CLASSIFIED ADS:
11.25 minimum charge
over 25 words 5 cents
extra per word.
THANK YOU &
MEMORIUM:
11.25 minimum ch&l'ge
over 25 words 2 cents
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FOR SALE
For Sale: Star 8 x 12 mounted
Tom Tom, blue sparkle almost
new head. Consolette (regular)
type mount. $25 or best offer.
Call897 -5921 till 5 after till 9 call
897-5826.
SPINET CONSOLE PIANO may
be purchased by llmall monthly
payments, see it locally, write
Carlyle Piano Company, P.O.
Box 156, Cortland, Ohio 44410.
For Sale: Women's Square
Dance shoes, special Christmas
clearance sale. assorted sizes.
black. '9.50. gold and silver,
$10.50. Penrod Enterprises.
5819 Benner Road. Miamisburg.
For Sale: Straw wreaths for
Thanksgiving and Christmas. $4
and up. can be seen at The Lions
Den, 109 N. Main Street. Phone
897-6636.
For Sale: Two avoeado green
brocade satin loveseats, $95
each or trade for bookcases or
breakfront, 3 table leaves
(extenders), $8, phone
lOST & fOUND
Lost: En!lish pointer, male,
white with brown spots, 108t in
the Harve,-sburg area, phone
collect 856-4252. liberal reward.
PERSONALS
Our sincere thanks to all our
, friends and neighbors for the
prayers. cards. visits, and food
during my recent accident and
home confinment.
Gladys McFadden
and family
We want to thank all the neigh
bors. friends and relatives for
all their kindnesses they have
done for our mother and father.
Charles and Nellie Charlton,
while they have been on the dis
abled list. We really appreciate
it very much.
Doris, Margie Don
THANK YOU
For the visits, cards, flowers and
prayers during my stay at
Grandview Hospital. A special
thanks to Rev. Eddie Bates of
Franklin. Mrs. Geneva Elam
SITUATIONS
WTO
Employment Opportunities:
Motor Route driver Lytle.
Waynesville area 2 hours each
morning Monday thru Satur
day good pay. For more infor-
mation call Mr. Purk, Dayton
Journal Herald 223-1111 Circu-
lation Dept.
Inside boat and camper ltorage,
$10 up, Waynesville, 1J86..7227.
4fH:-4
Call 897-5921
ALUMINUM SIDING AND
ROOFING
DAL ELLIOTI'
All leading brandsfree esti
mates 8977851
AUTOMOBILES
WAYNESVILLE AUTOS- 172
North St., 8974036. (You get
more used car here.)
CARPETS
BiRite Carpet & Tile, 140 S.
Main St., Carpet, floors,
ceramic, ceilings, 8975511
Waynesville 2225608 Dayton.
DEPARTMENT STORES
, J
DRY CLEANERS
Washington Square Laundromat
and Dry Cleaners 88 S. Main St.
8975961.
FLORIST
CEDAR CITY FLORIST, Finest
Flowers & Gifts, 123 E. Mul
berry St., Lebanon, Ohio
9322916
FURNITURE AND GIFT SHOP
WAYNESVILLE FURNITURE
AND GIFT SHOP wallpaper
- and draperies 897 4971
CRAWFORD'S GIFTS
The Unusual Shoppe 57 S. Main
St 8977136
BEATING AND
AlRCONDmONING
INSURANCE
THE NATIONAL LIFE & AC
CIDENT INSURANCE CO.
(Grand Ole Opry People) l"red
Napier agent 8978111
PAINTING
CHARLES MILLER-
Painting, Free Estimates, 897
5206, 3542 E. St. Rt. 73
Waynesville, Ohio.
Dick Campbell - interior, exte-
rior, commercial, residential.
Phone 8975644
PAINT &. WALLPAPER
UNIVERsAL HEATING AND -
, AIR ONDITIQNING Mar. DOl'fS & WALLPA1fJER
vina Lane 89'1-4986 BUJin ... If,. 107 E, " .
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PRINTING
MIAMI GAZETTE
105 S. Main Street 897-5921
Herman and Mary Bellman
owners and pub. We offer fast
printing service.
PHARMACIES
LOVELESS PHARMACY
Professional Prescription servo
ice 33 S. Main Street 8977076
PHOTOS
V ALLEY VIEW PHOTOS
9 E. Main St Lebanon, Ohio
932-6307
PLUMBING AND BEATING
REAL ESTATE
WORKMAN & BELCHER
REALTY CO. Real Estate &
Auction Sales 75 S. Main St.
897-2946 Way. 223-5637 Dayton
K.S.A. Realty 88 S. Main St.
897-3501.
See us for your Real Estate
needs. Jean Younce 897-4433.
Associate Elder Realty 885-5863
LYNN FIELDS, 7956 Cahall PI
Waynesville; 1-885-5453 or 897
6055; Camfield Company Inc.
438-9912 or 897-6055.
SUPER MARKETS
, ELLIS SUPER V ALU quality
and low prices open till nine, 7
days a week, phone 8975001.
W. W. COVEY , MARKET
177'Fifth Mu ... ain 'la.:8, t.'
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THIS HANDSOME MID Victorian, cottage, washstand may be
found in one of Waynesville's colony of antique shops.
Constructed of walnut, it is accented by burled walnut veneer
door panels and door front. Lettering on the back of the
washstand shows that it was shipped by train to T. Welsh,
Corwin Station, Ohio.
OPEN 7 DAY S A WEEK
HISLE'S BUGGYWHEEL ANTIQUES
Furniture & Items
64 S ECOND STREET CORWIN, OHIO
5lw Y. CCook
(J/JuJfic
We've got new carpet in the lobby, children's department a?d
reference and adult reading room. Drop by for a look and while
you're here select some reading material for those inclement
autumn days ahead. Don't miss our cartful of books on sale for
15 and 25 cents in the lobby.
Artiat oftbe Month: wma Stanforth, New Vielma
4th STREET WAYNESVillE, OHIO PH. 897-4826
CAN ""OU
FIND
THE
ANTIQUE?
invites you to
spend a fiew
minutes jiG
see the
biggest antique
in town ...
The 148 "ear old
Grist Mill
where also
find a wiide
assortment of
contemp'lrary
gifts disiliayed
in an atlnosphere
reminisc4mt of an
old country store.
We're just a few minutes
down the hill from
Waynesville on Rt. 42
(1/2 mile north of Rt. 73)
Come down 81lld see us!
The little ReJ SheJ
ANTIC)UES
MAINSTRE:E:T
WAYNESVILLE, OHIO
PHONE 18976326
eneral Line - Dealer. Welcome
MON. BY CHANCE
TUES. THRU SAT. 10.5:00
OPEN SUNDAY 15 P.M.
Visit Waynefi yille', Other
Fine Antitlue Shof'
HAY'S
Furniture
Strippin'g
"REVOLUTIONARY
NEW MIETHOO"
THE SA .. E A""TV PROCESS
Furnltu .. ".tlnislllni Now
wi'" T"I, "et"ad! All Paint and
Varni'" "emo.,.el From Wood O.
"etal Lye or Hard: Acilh " ' MId.
GUARANTEED
HOUR5-Mon .. Wed.
, and Fr ... 1.,.11'1.6., .n.
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Vol. 5, No. 48
Church Bazaar Set
EARLY CHRISTMAS SHOPPERS will get a preview of
what's new in the area handcrafts Saturday. Dec. 1. during
Harveysburg United Methodist Church's annual bazaar.
Ernestine Moore, is shown above with some of the craft
goodies. The bazaar, which will be from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., will
. allio inchlde a bake sale, Christmas gifts, handmade jewelry and
a special table of quality items.
Tuesday, November 21, 1973
Local Lions
Celebrate
15th Year
Waynesville Lions are roaring
this week over plans for the 15th
anniversary of their club Mon-
day, Dec. 3.
The club's guests for the
anniversary commemorative prcr
gram will be Springboro and
Clinton-Massie Lions Clubs.
Springboro Lions spons.ored the
Waynesville club 15 ago
and assisted with the club's
charter. Just recently the
Waynesville Club launc:hed the
Clinton-Massie group becoming
its sponsors.
Anniversary recognition cer-
emonies will get underway Mon-
day with dinner at 6:30 p.m. at
the Town Square Restaurant and
Coffee Shop.
,At .
. - speed lliilii in the sehool had the-sehool traffic speed limit
pdlice Oommitteemen have given traffie zone. under consideration for a number
greer) light to 'Chief Police Committeemen, Sue of months.
:Charles .'.J,.eMay to "strictly" (MrS. Harold) Anderson, Earl "What this will actually mean to
enforce--the 20 miles per 40ur Woolard and Lonzq Gibbs, have motorists is that the" will no
. . longer have the extra JIIliles over
LCI Christmas
Collection Underway
The annual . LCI Christmas
collection is underway to assure
the men who are confined there a
happy holiday.
They are in need of homemade
or purchased cookies. candies,
cup cakes. fruit cakes. fruit.
cakes, peanuts (no shells) regular
. alld instant coffee, sugar cubes
and coffee mate. canned meats,
crackers. gum. pastries,
etc. Hundreds of dozens are
needed, but any amount will
help.
The time- to deliver them is
6, through December
24. They are to be delivered to
the front lobby in care' of
Chaplain Brown. from 8 a.m. to 4
p.m. week days. Drive up to the
front gate and ask tor Chaplain
Pick-ups will be made if
necessary.
Also 7,000 eight cent stamps
and 7.000 Christmas cards are
needed by December 1st if
possible. Anything we can do
toward their Christmas project
will be greatly appreciated.
The total prison population is
1.300. The institution is located
on St. Rt. 63 off 1-75 between
. Monroe and Lebanon.
The Mislni Gazette office will
again serve as a collection point if
one wants to donate articles.
Society Meet At Library
Richard O. Kern, Vice President of the Germantown
, ' Independent Telephone Company; will be guest speaker at a
meeting of the Waynesville Historical Society at 8 p.m. on
Wednesday, Nov. 28, at the Mary L. Cook Public Library.
The public is cordially invited to hear Kern speak on 'mid-19th
century turnpikes and toll roads of the Germantown and
Franklin areas.
Kern, who was instrumental in organizing Germantown's 150
member historical society, will also give the group a few
pointers on organizational structures. .
Waynesville Historical Society is to any interested
There are no membership fees and meetinga are held in
memba",' .homes at '8 p.lQ. on Wednesday every two
..... interestedJn.joining should eontaet DeriDia llaltOil at
and the 20 miles per hour
limit before receiving a speeding
ticket," commented Mrs. Ander-
son who has taken a IE!ad in the
school zone traffic legislation and
worked diligently on the project.
"With the opening of North
Street and the increased traffic
on the street plus the fact that
many of the children have grown
extremely careless we feel this is
necessary for their After
all. they are the future citizens of
Waynesville. "
ADVENT PROCESSION
The annual Advent Procession
of Saint Patrick's Episcopal
Church, 232 East Main Street.
Lebanon, will be presented Sun-
day. December 2 at 7:30 p.m. The
is an adaptation of the
Advent Procession of Kings
College, Cambridge, England.
There will be an offering
designated for the Emily Jones
Home.
FAVC GAME FRIDAY
Waynesville's first F'AVC test
comes Friday night when Coach
Dave Liffick's Spartans host
Springboro Coach H8lI'ry Hall's
Panthers at the Waynesville
Gym. The game is 8 p.m.;
Reserve game, 6:45.
Both teams have good, tall
players capable of making high
points in the scorin.g column.
Both teams have had their best
gaDles in the last half of the
game. ,
We predict a wonder-filled.
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Chamber of Commerce
Holds Membership Drive
The Waynesville Chamber of
Commerce is holding a member-
ship drive to begin immediately.
Dues are $5 per year per person
and payable to Mary LeMay. The
Chamber is encouraging every
one to join and they do not have
to live in the immediate area, but
anywhere in Wayne Township.
Their first meeting will be in
approximately two weeks at
which time officers will be
elected.
Nominees must be informed of
their nomination and accept it
before their application for offiee
will be considered.
Following is the purpose of the
Waynesville Area Chamber of
Commerce:
THE CRUCIBLE
Salem, Mass., the year 1689. the
time of the great witch hunt. is
the setting of thtt Lebanon High
PJ9'
duction Of' "The 'Crucible" by
Arthur Miller. Curtain time is 8
pm at the Lehatton High School
Auditorium.
Ms. Robin McCutchan and Mr.
Wayne Dunn of the Drama
Department produced and di-
rected the play. Ms. Kim Rowe
and Ms. Amy Fields serve as
student directors.
Leading roles include Carolyn
Morrison as Abigail Williams,
Steve Walker as John Proctor,
Wes Bausmith as the Rev.
Samuel P",rris and Nancy Nixon
as Elizabeth Proctor.
Section 1: The name of this
organization, incorporated as a
non-profit corporation under the
laws of the State of Ohio, shall be
The Waynesville Area Chamber
of Commerce.
Section 2: The Waynesville
Area Chamber of Commerce is
organized for the purpose of
advancing, and protecting the
civic, retail, professional. agri
cultural and commercial in-
terests of this area, and to unify
the public for the general welfare
of its citizens. The area consists
of Waynesville, Corwin and
Wayne Township.
Section 3: The Chamber of
Commerce in its activities shall
be non-partisan, non-sectarian
and shall take no part in or lend
it's influence to the election 'or
appointment of any candidate for
any national, state. county or city
office.
. Gr:-ange
To Meet
The Farmers Grange will meet
in regular session on December 1
at the Red Brick Social Room.
There will be an oyster supper at
7 p.m.
The program for the evening
will be presented by Steve Huff-
man with a selection of Christ-
mas music on the organ.
A Christmas party will follow
the business meeting. Guests are
welcome to attend.
Santa 'He'licopte.red'
TED CROWD OF 400 children outlined the graaay
strip m front of Colony Square Shopping Center at Lebanon
Friday at 9:30 a.m. to greet Santa Claus who arrived via'
helicopter. Among those who made their Cbristmu wanta
Santa, were several Waynesville youngaters. Saata '
will be In his house at Colony Square until Chriatmu Monday
through Friday. 12 p.m, to 4 p.m. with photographer's hours
,frolP Ii p.m. to t p.m.. Saturday. photographer'. hourS. \2 p.m.
to 9 p.m. aDd 12 pom. to 6 p.m. Lila MeCIure,Pboto
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ROTARY CLUB6:30 p.m., Tuesday, Nov. 27. dinner meeting, Town
Square Restaurant and Coffee Shop.
T.O.P.S. OH-I29 WAISTLINERS--7 p.m., Tuesday, Nov. 27, St.
Mary's Episcopal Church basement.
SENIOR GIRL SCOUT TROOP 19417:30 p.m., Tuesday, Nov. 27,
. Stony Brook Girl Scout Camp.
BROWNIE TROOP 307--after school. Wednesday, Nov. 28, St. Mary's
Episcopal Church Parish House.
RAINBOW ASSEMBLY NO. 140-7 p.m., Wednesday, Nov. 28,
Masonic Temple.
BOY SCOUT TROOP 51--7:30 p.m., Wednesday, Nov. 28, St. Mary's
Episcopal Church basement.
CUB SCOUT PACK 51 .. 7:30 p.m., Wednesday, Nov. 28, St. Mary's
Episcopal Church Parish House.
WAYNESVILLE HISTORICAL SOCIETY--8'p.m., Wednesday, Nov.
28, Mary L. Cook Public Library, guest speaker, Richard L. Kern,
"Mid 19th Century Tollroads and Turnpikes."
BOARD OF PUBLIC AFFAIRS .. 7:30 p.m., Wednesday, Nov. 28, old
village powerhouse.
EPISCOPAL CHURCIIWOMEN--8 p.m., Wednesday, Nov. 28, home
Mrs. Donald Hawke, Robindale Drive.
MARY L. COOK PUBLIC LIBRARY BOARD OF TRUSTEES--3:30
p.m., Wednesday, Nov. 28, library.
FIRST CHURCH OF CHRIST YOUTH GROUp .. 3:45 p.m., Friday,
Nov. 30, kindergarten to fourth grades, at the church.
FARMER'S GRANGE NO. 138 p.m., Saturday, Dec. I, Friends
social room.
FIRST CHURCH OF CHRIST YOUTH GROUP--5:30 p.m., Sunday,
Dec. 2, fifth to eighth grades at the church.
LIONS CLUB-6:30 p.m., Monday, Dec. 3, dinner, 15th anniversary,
Town Square Restaurant and Coffee Shop.
ROTARY CLUB .. 6:30 p.m., Tuesday, Dec. 4, dinner meeting, Town
Sqaure Restaurant and Coffee Shop.
T.O.P.S. OH-I29 WAISTLINERS--7 p.m., Tuesday, Dec. 4, St. Mary's
Episcopal Church Parish House basement.
SENIOR GIRL SCOUT TROOP 1941 .. 7:30 p.m., Tuesday, Dec. 4,
Camp Stoney Brook.
CAESAR'S CREEK PIONEER VILLAGE, INC ... 7:30 p.m., Tuesday,
Dec. 4, St. Mary's Episcopal Church Parish House.
SENIOR CITIZENS CLUB .. 12 p.m. noon, Tuesday, Dec. 4, Town
Square Restaurant and Coffee Shop.
THE LAST PUFF
IS A NEW START!
You may be surprised to learn that even
the lungs of a very heavy smoker can In time
return to a "clll8n" state. It may take a couple
of years, but as soon as you stop smoking
you are on your way. And if illness has not
affected your lungs yet they can be as good
as new aeain.
Why not give yourself an extra special
present this year? Stop smoking, don't Just
"cut down", stop. If will power alone won't
do It and you nef'd some extra help, we do
have many products that can aid you.
"A GREAT MANY PEOPLE ENTRUST US
with their preKrlpUou. bealth Deeda uul other
pharmae), prodacta. We eoDlider Uaa. traat a
prlvlleee aDd a dut)'. Ma)' we be JOur peaoaal
family pbanDacJ,"

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4-H News
The Wayne 4 Leaf Clovers had
the November meeting at the
Brewer home.
Beth Snoddy gave a safety talk
on "Guide to Holiday Safety."
. Devotions were read by Sundy
Sheehan on "Steady licks Kill the
Devil."
Beth Snoddy was appointed to
give devotions next month.
The main part Ilf the meeting
was the Brainstorm. Several
ideas were mentioned for each
month. The chairma .1 of the pro-
gram buok is Kay Shutt's.
The members making or
treats, mari e apple crisp and was
served as a refreshment.
The Christmas party will Ibe at
the Sheehan home on North St.
in Waynesville.
Each member is to bring 25
cents for the Ruth Lyon's Christ-
mas Fund.
Legions Announ
Christmas Plans
Wayne Township Post No. 615
and Auxiliary are now 'accepting
letters from people in the area
who know of needy families for
its annual Christmas prog1l'am.
The letter must contain the
name, age and sex of the needy
children and the correct adldress
and name of the sender.
The post still needs usable
clothing and toys that can be reo
paired. In the near future, there
will be boxes placed at Wllynes
ville schools for canned g0400S to
be used in the baskets for the
Christmas project.
"I know all of your will be glad
to help your less fortuD!tte nmgh-
bors and friends," said W.
Ramby, Child Welfare offiice.
School Menu
Monday, Dee. 3
Peanut Butter Sandwich,
French Fries, Apple Crisp, Slice
of Cheese, Chocolate or White
Milk;
Tuesday, Dee. 4
Spaghetti with Meat and Toma-
to Sauce, Roll and Butter, Fruit
Cocktail for Dessert, Choco-
late or White Milk .
. Wednesday, Dec. 5
Toasted Cheese Sandwich,
Baked Beans, Tossed Salad,
Apple, Chocolate or White Milk.
Thursday, Dec. 6
Beef and Noodes, Roll and
B'utter, Buttered Peas or
Tossed Salad, Fruit Cookie,
Chocolate or White Mille
Friday, Dec. 7
Fish Sandwich with Chips, Tar:
tare Sauce, Finger Salad, Peach
Cobbler, Chocolate or White
Milk.
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New Carpet
NEW WALL TO WALL CARPET in Mary L. Cook Public
Library'S children's department and adult reading room and
reference center makes some library users feel like kicking off
their shoes and flopping on their stomachs for the casual
enjoyment of shelves of good books at an arms reach. For Greg
Polly, above, it was a comfy seat for a serious browse of
planitary material. Ir. addition. the library has the same
of bright a aqua carpet in its lobby. foyer and around its main
card catalogue. Lila McClure Photo
Whole Fryers
ADDITIONAL
PURCHASE
Whole Chicken Breasts
Whole Chicken Legs '
Chicken Wings
Backs & Necks
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Ib 39
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Best Deli Buysll
Salami or Pickle Homemade Sandwich
Loaf
Ib 99 Spread Ib 790
Beil Bacon Ib $1.09
Sunshine Krispy Crackers 1 11147
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Beef PRICE INCLUDES PROCESSING
Waynesville' Market
69 s. MAIN STREET
WAYNFSVILLE, 0
Mooday through saturdaf - . 8 to 7 p.m. - Closed sJaz.,.
. Frlday - 8 Lillo to 9 P.m.
Tuesday, November 27, 1973 The MIAMI GAZETfE Papa .
Around Town With M.B. Membership Meeting Held
SENIOR CITIZENS
Waynesville Se ni or Citize ns
Club members last Tuesday
made plans for a Christmas
luncheon to lie hosted at 12 p.m.
noon Dec. 4 at t he Town Square
Restaurant and Coffee Shop.
Persons planning to attend the
luncheon should phone Lucille
Armitage for reservations. They
should take a one dollar gift for a
Christmas exchange.
GREEN THUMB
Choosing an appropriate Christ-
mas gift idea for local shut-ins
will be the object of the Green
Thumb Garden Club's Nov. 28
meeting which will begin at 12
p.rn. noon with luncheon at Duffs
Smorgasbord Restaurant in
Wilmington.
Gr een Thumbers will to ur
Swindl er' s Floris t foll owing
lunch for a browse for shut-in
floral gift ideas.
VISITS
Jim Orndorf has returned from
a few days visit wit h his sister-in-
law, Mrs. Russell Orndorf of
Jacksonville, N.C.
Mrs. Orndorf returned t o
Waynesville with Jim for a visit
with Mr. and Mrs. Charles
Orndorf of Waynesville and her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ivan
Donley of Bellbrook.
THANKSGIVING GUESTS
Mr. and Mrs. Alton Earnhart of
Chesterton, Ind. were Thanks-
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FRUITCAKES
The annual holiday Benson fr uit
cake sale sponsored by t he
Waynesville Lions Club is now in
progress. Cakes may be pur-
chased from any member . They
will be available throughout t he
upcoming holidays.
PACK 40
It was awards night for several
members of Cub Scout Pack 40
during its monthly meeting at
7:30 p.m. Tuesday, Nov. 20 at the
Waynesville United Methodist
Church.
New Bobcats, Davy Montag and
Paul Bernard, were officially
recognized. Pat Cassidy and
Andy Engel were presented
Wolf patches.
Other awards included: Jimmy
Gates, Silver Arrow Point; Scott
Arnold, Silver Arrow Point; Paul
Robbins, One Year Pin; Shane
Shively, One Year Pin; Darrell
Woods, One Year Pin; Steve
Begely, Summer Patch; Pat
Cassidy, Summer Patch, Gold
and Silver Arrow Points, One
Year Pin; Andy Engel, Summer
Patch and Gold Arrow Point;
Andre Roeder, Summer Patch;
Scott Woollard, Summer Patch;
Greg Adams, Summer Patch;
Jeff Coleman, Silver Arrow
Point; Louie Esselman, Summer
Patch; Jimmy Fry, Artis t,
Athlete, Citizen, Naturalist and
Scholar; Mark Adams, Citizen
and Shawn Smith, Athlete,
Showman.
A plaque was presented to Den
Mother, Mrs. Judy Woods, who
is concluding her service to t.he
Pack. Mrs. Woods was praised
for her work with Scouts.
Pack 40 Webelos gave demon-
strations of the methods used to
earn some of their awards. They
also exhibited some of their
awards. Cubs also displayed
items which they had made.
The Warren County Adult
Activity Center held t heir seconp
annual members hip meet ing
Wednesday, November 14, 1973
at the Center on Snider Road,
Mason, Ohio.
Mr. Harold Deeth, Chairman,
welcomed approximately eighty
member s, clients, staff members
and guests. Chuck Adomitis,
workshop supervisor, gave a
progr(!ss report on the work-
shop's expansion. The largest
production contracts are candle
mold assembly and paper recycl-
ing. Do to the increase in con-
tract work and the number of
clients and additional 1.600 sq. ft.
has been added to the Center's
work area. At the present there
are sixty-five clients at the
Center with ten on the waiting
list.
The new Board members
elected to a four year term each
Bob Rowe of Lebanon enter-
tained the group of boys and
parents with several magic tricks
with assistance from some of the
Cub Scouts. His performance
was much appreciated by the
group, according to a Pack
spokesman.
A Den Mother replacement is
being sought for the position
vacated by Mrs. J udy Woods.
Interested persons may contact
Mrs. Maggie Engel at 897 -4147 or
Mrs. Ernie Smith at 897-4786.
are: Gene Owen of Franklin. Ed
Gingerich of Waynesville and
J a net Dunl a p and Robert
Hamil t on of Mason. Board
members whose terms have ex-
pired are: Don House and Kyle
Cook of Franklin and Marilyn
Slorp of Lebanon.
A Board meeting followed the
annual membership meeting.
The new officers are: Ted Rape,
Chairman, Vivian Fryman, Vice-
Chairman, Jack Tracy, Secretary
and Jean Morgan, Treasurer.
This is the Board of Directors for
the Center and is a twelve
member Board. The Warren
County Adult Activity Center
serves the entire County and
provides a sheltered work situa-
tion for 'he mentally and physi-
cally handicapped.
Ask The
Gazette
I received a call from two
Waynesville mothers Friday
asking me when Santa Claus is
coming to town.
Since I don't know t he answer
who would like to be the one to
tell them? Please tell it to S.L.
and J .K.
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What was the most interesting
Christmas gift that you ever re-
ceived? Did you ever want any-
thing that you didn't get for
Chrstmas? How do you plan to
spend Christmas? '
Don Scott was busy decorating
his restaurant for the yule season
answered "I got a brand new
Pontiac back in 1955, that was
kind of unusual for me., and if
anyone is listening, I'd like to
have one this year." Sheryl-
Marsden, left and Yvonne Camp-
beU, right, thought for a minute.
Sheryl remembered' that she got:
a pony when she was seven. "1
never thought that I would get
anything as nice as a pony," she
said. "I got a doll last year," said
Yvonne, "This was unusual be-
cause I thought that I was too old
for dolls. It is a nice doll and I put
it on the wall in my room."
Owen Hartsock, Postmaster of
Waynesville, already noticing an
increase of activity at the post
office noted that he bad ' always
wanted a B-B gun when he was a
kid. Did he ever get one? "Yes,"
he said with a quiet grin, "I
bought my wife one." .
The are stores
share of j uinisual I gutS. . For
example . how. about a Benning-
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CHRISTMAS GIFTS AND APPLIANCES
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Lebanon, Ohio
Phone: 932-1881
Open ttl 8 pm Mon & Frl
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Seasons Greetings
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Onyx Carvings Chess Sets
Delftware from Holland
Walnut Bowls trom Missouri
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Tue"y. November 2'1. 1973 The MlAMLGAZETTE
-hioned Christmas
II
ton cuspidor? 'or a glass knitted
schooner under full sail? or a
cigar store Indian, or electronic
treasure hunting equipment? or
a toy antique cement mixer that
works?
Mrs. Winifred Whitaker tried to
recall an unusual gift or event
that happened to her
Christmas but couldn't. "I have
always had my family with me
and enjoyed a quiet Christmas
with' them," she said.
"The 'most unusual gift I ever
got was a !lock ful,l money from
mY- ' husband," ,sail . Mrs. Ruth
Osborne, "I don't know how he
saved the money, there was over
a hundred dollars and that was
pretty unusual for him."
Brad Knapp got a wig from his
father for Christmas one year. "I
was iIi boot camp at the Great
Lakes Naval Training Station,
we were bald. Dad met me at the
the station and gave me the wig.
I never wore it. It really wasn't
the kind of wig that you could
wear."
So, as you hunt through area
shops, stores, or centers for
those special people you may be
able to come up with something
that they will remember ' for a
long time, something just a little
unique.
HAWKRIDGE STABlE$
English Hunt Seat
and Saddle Seat
TEACH BOARD THAI
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KIRBY
SALES AND SERVICE
Authorized
Factorv Distributor
125 E. Mulberry
Lebanon, Ohio 932-6938
2Piece Living Room .. $88
Stereo-Console ....... $79
Mattresses .... . .... . $18
Recliners ............. $48
Bunk Beds ........ . .. $48
9'x12' Rugs ............ $5
Cocktail and 2 Step Tables
(set of 3) ......... . $18
Gifts See the Following Merchants

:Finders

Keepers!
Find: Coins, Rings,
Gold, Silver and
Relics.
Je1cD
THE MUS
"330"
The best buy for the dollar on
the market
Sound off loud speaker
Sensitive tuner control
Solid State Circuitry
Detects a' penny to
5" 'inches (larger
-items "
much
Treasure can be
yours with the Jetco
Treasure Finder.
All units made
in USA . ... .
Other models
'U9.95, '69.95,
$89.95'

48 E. Mulberry St.
Lebanon 932-22<&6
Monday-Friday 10-9 pm
Saturday 10-6 pm
Sunday 12 nooo-5 pm
CREATIVE GLASS
122 Columbus Ave
Lebanon, Ohio
Blown & Spu,n glass creations
demonstrations daily
Hour:
QUESTION: "In general of the brands
you are famiUar with. which ene would
you say requires the fewest repairs'"'
ANSWERS:
Zenith ' 35""
BrandA 14%
BrandB 11""_
Brande 5%.
Brand ()-' 3"".
Brand E 3'\.
Brand F' 2%.
BrandG 2%.
BrandH 2%.
Brand I 1%.
OdWf B.and" About Equal I]". Don'I Know 11-;'
NOTE Answers IOMI more than 1(1)',;", bee dUW
W! M ce I{>c holnans named m<>ftt' Ih.m Or",
brclnd Survey dfl tclii s on ' ...
Beatty's
Television
27 N. Broadwa,.
LEBANON,"O.

PIP 6 The MIAMI GAZETTE
Tuesday, November 27, 1973
TIP OFF 3rd Quarter.
MARK STANLEY No. 42. siDb
one for Spartans.
LEBANON'S Meinsbatt loob
for an opening.
SP ART AN Steve Stanley
shoots.
Lebanon Warriors Scalp
Spartans 55 To 54
Lebanon Warriors win 55 to 54
in last three seconds of
game.
The Waynesville Spartans
dropped their opening game 55
to 54 as a result of what appeared
to be a case of first game jitters.
The first half saw clumsy. flat
ball on the Spartan side with well
organized. fast, and c()-ordinated
playing on the Lebanon side.
They controlled the game with
the special exhuberance only
short men must feel when
beating tall men in a tall man's
sport and while piling. up a
sizable lead.
The second half was different.
The Spartans scored and began
smiling again. The ' spectators
stood most of the second half
watching the Spartans gain on
the Warriors. Ray Lamb, The
Spartans number one fan yelled.
"Careful! We need that point."
over and over.
And to the home town's delight,
The Spartans narrowed the
Warrior lead to two points.
Coach David Liffick called time.
The Spartans huddled. Coach
Liffick scratched a play on the
floor. Play resummed with the
Spartans controlling the ball,
slowly, looking confident. Liffick
then called another time.
Another huddle. more scratching
on the floor. The play resumed
and the Spartans pumped in the
needed basket, then disaster,
Lebanon player Barry George
was fouled. He shot and missed
midst the roar of a totally packed
totally standing crowd. Then he
shot and made it Lebanon's
second victory of the season.
Statistics of the game follow:
Lebanon--22-11-55; R. Mein-
shatt, 6-4-16; J. Ruetschle,
6-2-14; J. Strider, 4-2-10; B.
George. 0-3-3; T. Amburgy,
5-0-10; D. Dunn, 1-0-2.
Waynesville--24-6-54; S. Stan-
ley, 7-1-15; S. Hofacker, 6-1-13;
M. Stanley, 4-2-10; M. Cornett,
3-0..,; L. Crump, 2-0-4; S. Kidd,
1-2-4; C. Plummer, 1-0-2; T.
Borgerding; D." Blair.
Connie Beck
BOOKKEEPING AND
TAX SERVICE
55 E. Lytle Rd.
885-2404

Colony Square -..-.- Lebanon, Ohio
Open 24 Hours. PHONE 932-7682 (See us atter the game)
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-Franklin Electronics -ll:
40 E. CENTRAL AVE.
SPRINGSORO. OHIO 45066
.' COMPLETE LINE Of" CB RADIOS AND .'.
:: ACCESSORIES - T . V . ANTENNAS - TOWER ::
:: ROTORS - AUTO - HOME STEREOS - B TRACK TAPES ::
, ,
'. . .U .U ............ OJ",_ '.' . <;.
Hale's Farm Equipment
NEW IDEA, GEHL, BUSHHOG &
QUALITY USED EQUIPMENT
3099 Hart Rd., Lebanon, Ohio
--Tel. . 513-932-4925-'-'"
Panthers . Gobble
Blanchester 73-64
The Springboro Panthers won
7364 in a Fort Ancient Valley
Conference game played at
Springboro last Saturday night.
Coach Harry Hall's Panthers
only overpowered Blanchester in
the second half, which began
30'31 for Springboro.
Mike Flynn, a 6-5 junior for-
ward, scored a total of 27 points .
(11 free throws,) played a con-
sistantly good game in all four
quartets. Mike Charlton got 13
total points.
Blanchester's Terry Burns led
their scoring column with 14
points. This was Blanchesters
opening game.


II Honor Roll I
12th Grade: Deborah Allen,
Bruce Ames, Ann Ron
Buxton, Harry Crabtree, Denise
Davis, Rhonda Evans,. Arcena
Foust, Cheryl Green, Debbie
Grim, Bart Heath, Sandy
Morgan, James Orndorf, Gwen
Perdue, Dorothy Tim
Shoup, Karen Vincent, Cathy
Vint, Gary Weltz.
11th Grade: David Blair, Sharon
Bursey, Vicki Dakin. Tom
Dunkin, Terry Irons, Rosemary
Keethler, Daniel Powell, Belinda
Rosell, Cheryl Snyder.
10th Grade: Kurt Andres,
Patricia Barney, Tad Barney,
Andrea Bernard, Rebecca Boal.
Melinda Conley, Kenneth Dun-
away, Sharon Elde:r, Allen
Hannah, Donna Lemaster. Kim-
berly Linebaugh, Carole Potten-
ger, David Sharp, Sandra Shee-
han, Greg Smallwood, Elizabeth
Snoddy, David Stubbs, Jay
Wendling.
9th Grade: Lorie Bixby, Mark
Boeck, Laura Bromagen, William
Cochrane, Robert
Kara Fricke, Jeffrey Jones.
Pamela Jones, Cynthia Kier,
Vanessa Lambert, Ma:rcia Law-
less, John Maloy, Dennis Merris,
Dale Miller, Barbara Nell, Lynn
Pack, Frances Peters, Karen
Ritchie, Louann Self, Christine
Shelton, Cheryl Spencer, Frank
STUBBS-
CONNER
FUNERAL HOME
SERVING ALL FAITHS
STEVE CONNER - DIRECTOR
897-5966
Ambulance Ssrvice By Appt. 185 N. Main, Waynesville
Waynesville
Church of Christ
Third & MIamI SIr-...
Allend The Church
Of Your
Choice This Sunday
101110 a.m.-SundDy MDmIng
6130 p.m.-SundDy 1--.
6130 p.m.-Wechulav 1--.
....... 197 .... 2 far liI''IiiiU!Icwi
First 'Baptist Church
North MaIn s_
John P. a.t.on.. "-tar
101110 a.m.-SundDy School
".110 a.m..Niomang Worship
6130 p.m.-Training UnIon
7.30 p.m.-I--. wwnhIp
7.30 I'nIyw MeetIng
laffllIatecI with ......... IIaptIa, e-
tlan)
First Church of Christ
152 HIgh "'-' 197-4716
I ..... .. -
9130 a.m. ...... School
10130 a.m.-Wenhlp
71110 p.m.-Iv.llng
Friends Meeting
.CM1h ""-' _ HIgh
9130 a.m.-SundDy School
sponsored'by
the Miami Gazelle
First Church of God
Lytle .... CIt'eny'" ..,....tIan

71110 p.iIL-WecIi -clay ......
9130 a.m.-Iunday School
10130 a.m.-s.mc.-.....,.
71110 P.iIL-SundDy 1--. ServIc_
Genntown
United Church of Christ
Aoute 42 CIt o.r-
amy Stam.r, "-tar
9130 a."" - WonihIp ServIce
10130 - SundDy Church "'-'
P.iIL - SundDy Youth Fellowship
Ferry
Ferry Church of Christ
101a a.m.-$undDf MeetIng far Wonhip WlImI ............ & Social __ ...
I ......... ...., .. MInk_
Sf. Augustine Church
HIgh "'-'
..... JoHph H. "-tar
7 a.iIL & 11 a.iIL"",,--
a.iIL & P.iIL-HoIy Days
7130 P.iIL-.... ' Frtdey
7ta a.m.-DaIly Mau
p.m.-Saturday Mill.
Sf. Mary's Episcopal Church
TI*d & MIamI ....--.
..... 1 ....... 1niIth, ......
....... 11t15 A.M.
HDlyc-tlan 2M. 4th .... 5th ......

United Methodist Church .
Third & North a-..
LL Youna MINI_
.110 a.iIL-Wonihip
9l1lO a.iIL-Church School
10a15 a.m.-Church WonihIp
The Full Gospel Tabernacle
... a..eny ....
..... II.-..ft CoaIr, ... tor
10130 a. ..... School
71110 P.iIL-SundDy lwi; s.vIce
. fa30 p. .......... ..., 1_ s.vIce
71ao p.m.-lot 1_ s.vIce
9115 a.m. - ..... School
10115 a.m. Mamng Wonhip s.mc.
10115 a.m. - SundDy Youth Wonhlp
6dlO p.m. - Youth MeetIng
7.110 p.m. 1--. ServIc.
7130 p.m. - - MWw.Ir I'nIyw
........ SIUify .
Lytle
United Methodist Church
......................
9130 a.m.-SundDy School
101ao a.m.-SundDy Wonhlp SenrIce
.CJO.9l1lO p.m.-.. iIav Iv.llng
Ituity
Corwin
Pentecostal Holiness Church
WoItw L l8Nt. "-tar
101110 a.m.-SundDy School _
7tllO P.iIL-1uniiay WonihIp ServIc.
7t30 p.m.-WecIi IliIay WonihIp s.vIce
United Methodist Church
..... '-'1 ......
9130 a.iIL-1uniIrIy Ic'-I .
111110 &m.-1uniIay WoftNp ...... .
71ao p. ......... -,)." .. ......
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Tuesday, November 27, 1973 The MIAMI GAZETfE
Pap 7
WARREN COUNTY COURT NEWS
LEBANON PARTS Co
NEW SUITS
Nov. 16
Linda Sue Collins. vs Jack
Collins. Divorce. Jack Quinn.
Ronald Eugene Powell. vs Cheri
Ann Powell. Divorce. Clinton
Boyd.
Beverly June Muennich. vs
Donald C. Muennich. Divorce.
atty. Jack Hedges.
. Nov. 19
Ova OHair. Jr . vs Sun Oil Co.
et al. Judgement . Lawrence Rab. Karen Brooks. vs Thomas
I
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I
I
THE NELL
INSURARC
AGENCY
COMPLETE FAMILY
OR BUSINESS INSURANCE
Pt. . 897-4956' ,
23 S. Main Waynesville. O.
WE'LL TRAIN yoU
IN LAW ENFORCEMENT
FOR A JOB OVERSEAS
OR IN THE STATES
Today's Army will pay you full salalj while
you lear.n to. be a Military Policeman. Then'
we'll give you a job overseas or in the States.
You'll also get 30 days paid vacation a year to
see a little of' the' world. Plus many other '
benefits. 932-7690
------------------------
MAIL TO: U.S. ARMY RECRUITING
20 W. Mulberry Street - Lebanon, Ohio 45036
II Name
.. --------------------------------------
I
I Address ____________________ _
I
I Date Date of Birth
I ------------ ------------
I Phone Education ___________ _
I .
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Brooks. Divorce. Paul N. Herd-
man.
Charles Peace et al. vs Marsha
Ann Apitzsch. Judgement. Paul
N. Herdman_
Mary Ann Alexander vs Lonnie
Alexander. Divorce. atty. Fred
Ross.
Robert L. Edwards et al vs.
Richard D. Weston. certified
copy. Atty. James Hickey.
Lona Tooley. vs Daniel C.
Tooley. Divorce. Clinton Boyd.
Atty.
Hubert J. Lynch. vs Susie A.
Lynch. Divorce Paul N. Herd-
man. Atty.
Nov. 20
Yonkers Savings Bank vs
Gordon Richard Burrows. et al
(foreclosure) Don Lerner. Atty.
Coleman C. Catron vs Arvill
Paul et al. Judgement. Haskell
Bazell. Atty.
Freddy Johnson vs Billie L.
Johnson. Divorce. James Rup
pert. Atty.
Deborah Rose vs Donald Ro:se.
Divorce. Atty. Clinton Boyd.
Lebanon Citizens National Bank
vs Lebanon Farmers Cooper a-
tive Co. et al. Judgement.
Warren Young. Atty.
Maurice 1. Williams et al vs
Glovina Harte. quiet title. Ral.ph
Gentry. Atty.
Margie Pilkenton vs Larry
Pilkenton. divorce. Eddie Law-
son.
Nov. 21
Jackie L. Buckland vs Betty A.
Buckland Divorce. Fred Hubbell.
Atty.
Household Finance Corp.. vs
Larry D. Brown. etal. Judge-
ment. Edward Utz.
Dollar Sa.vings Bank of New
York. vs Edward R. Terry et al.
foreclosure. Don Schornak. Atty.
Charlotte Ann Kennedy, vs
Larry Lee Kennedy. Divorce.
Jack Marshall atty.
Darlene Montgomery vs. David
Leslie Montgomery. Divorce.
Fred Ross. Atty.
Doris Ann Hubbard vs. Ernest
Bruce Hubbard. Divorce. Tom
Kirby Atty.
Stella M. Adkins. vs William D.
Adkins. Divorce Clinton Boya.
Atty.
Lonnie Hatfield vs Ruby M.
Hatfield. Divorce. Clinton Boyd
atty.
HOURS:
MONDAYthru FRIDAY 8:00A.M. to 8:00P.M.
SATURDAY 8:00 A.M. to 4:00 P.M.
Waynesville Ohio Ph. 8978076
Classified Ads
CLASSIFIED ADS:
51.25 minimum charge
over 25 words 5 cents
extra per word.
THANK YOU&
MEMORIUM:
$1.25 minimum charge
over 25 words 2 cents
extra per word.
FOR SALE '
For Sale: Star 8 x 12 mounted
Tom Tom. blue sparkle almost
new head. Consolette (regular)
type mount. $25 or best offer.
Call 897 -5921 till 5 after till 9 call
897-5826.
SPINET CONSOLE PIANO may
be purchased by small monthly
payments. see it locally. write
Carlyle Piano Company. P.O.
Box 156. Cortland. Ohio 44410.
For Sale: 1964 Clevrolet SS.
conv. V-8 engine. auto.
air shocks. and two new tires.
white with red interior. Extra
sharpl! $450. phone 897-4191.
For Sale: 7 dresses. 2 evening
dresses. 5 slack suits. 14. 16. 18.
Excellent. condition. $3 and $5
also 6 ft balsam tree very full.
45 ornaments. ' tinsel and etc.
$11. 885-7259.
For -Bale: Ford Tractor hay
mower blade. side mounted. for
sale or trade for bush hog, ph.
897-2701 after 4 p.m.
For Sale: Registered German
Shepherd pups. white. four
weeks old. Call 885-7402.
For Sale: 21 inch Admiral colored
television Early American styl-
ing. beautiful. cabinet. excel-
lent. $125. phone 897-5474 even-
ings.
For Sale: Women's Square
Dance shoes. special Christmas
clearance sale. assorted sizes,
black. $9.50. gold and silver.
$10.50. Penrod Enterprises.
5819 Benner Road. Miamisburg.

LOST & FOUND
Lost: English pointer. male.
white with brown spots. lost in
the Harveysburg area. phone
collect 855-4252. liberal reward.
FOR RENT
Inside boat and camper storage.
$10 up. Waynesville. 885-7227.
.45-c-4
I Uif1MM
CARD OF THANKS
I would like to thank all of my
friends and relatives and neigh-
bors for the cards. and cakes for
my 97th birthday on November
26. Ernest Butterworth
THANK YOU
To the Waynesville Lumber
Company for materials donated
for the Ohio Sauerkraut festi -
val at Waynesville_
Waynesville Music
Parents Association
SITUATIONS
WTO
PARK SUPERINTENDENT.
Working supervisor. Exper-
ienced and successful in park
maintenance. outdoor work.
supervision and with equip-
ment. Centerville-Washington
Park District. 294-4008 for in-
formation ..
Employment Opportunities:
Motor Route driver Lytle.
Waynesville area 2 hours each
morning Monday thru Satur-
day good pay. For more infor-
mation call Mr. Purk. Dayton
Journal Herald 223-1111 Circu-
lation Dept.
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ALUMINUM SIDING AND
ROOFING
DAL ELLIOTT
All leading brands-free esti-
mates 897 -7851
AUTOMOBILES
WAYNESVILLE AUTOS 172
North St . 897-4036. (You get
more used car here.)
CARPETS
Bi-Rite Carpet & Tile. 140 S.
Main St., Carpet, floors.
ceramic, ceilings. 897-5511
Waynesville 222-5608 Dayton.
DEPARTMENTSTOREB
MILLERS DEPT . STORE
61 B. Main St. 897-4946 Wear-
109' apparel for the entire
u:,. .. to .-I! , " ... It ...
Business and Professional Directory
Call
897-5921
DRY CLEANERS
Washington Square Laundromat
and Dry Cleaners 88 S. Main St.
897-5961.
FLORIST
CEDAR CITY FLORIST. Finest
Flowers & Gifts. 128 E. Mul-
berry St . Lebanon, Ohio
932-2916
FURNITURE AND GIFT SHOP
WAYNESVILLE FURNITURE
AND GIFT SHOP wallpaper
and draperies 897 -4971
eRA WFORD'S GIFTS
The UnuSl14.1 Shoppe 57 S: Main
__ S.t." ....8Wl718&. ." . .
HEATING AND
AIR CONDITIONING
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UNIVERSAL HEATING AND
AIR CONDITIONING Mar-
vins Lane 897-4936 Business. If
no answer call 932-4323

INSURANCE
THE NATIONAL LIFE & AC-
CIDENT INSURANCE CO.
(Grand Ole Opry People) F'red
Napier agent 897-3111
PAINTING
Dick CampbeU -- interior, exte-
rior. commercial. residential.
Phone 897-5644 .
PAINT & WALLPAPER
PRINTING
MIAMI GAZETTE
105 S. Main Street 897-5921
Herman and Mary Bellman-
owners and pub. We offer fast
printing service.
PHARMACIES
LOVELESS PHARMACY
Professional Prescription serv-
ice 33 S. Main Street 897-7076
PHOTOS
V ALLEY VIEW PHOTOS
9 E. Main St Lebanon. Ohio
932-6307
PLUMBING. AND HEATING
REAL ESTATE
WORKMAN & BELCHER
REALTY CO. Real Estate &
Auction Sales 75 S. Main St.
897-2946 Way. 223-5637 Dayton
K.S.A. Realty 88 S. Main St.
897-3501.
See us for your Real Estate
needs. Jean Younce 897-4433.
Associate Elder Realty 885-5863
LYNN FIELDS. 7956 Cahall PI
Waynesville; 1-885-5453 or 897-
6055; Camfield Company Inc.
433-9912 or 897-6055.
SUPER MARKETS
ELLIS SUPER V ALU quality
and low prices open till nine, 7
days a week, phone 897-5001.
DONS PAINT & W ALLP AlPER W. W. COVEY WAYNESVILLE MARKET
101 E. Mulberry St. Plumbing and Heating 177 Fifth - 69 S. Main St. 897-5941 Meat
l;e'banon, Ohio' 982-2980' St. 897-6481 , '- Specialists
... .
,
Produce Market Opens
In Downtown Area
The newest business venture to
move in the downtown area at
105 S. Main St. is God's Produce
and Market, dealers in
wholesale fruits and vegetables.
The owners Lee and Miriam
Sullivan opened for business on
Friday of last week. The building
also houses the Miami Gazette
Newspaper office, Sullivan's
Paint and Body Shop, and Covey
Plumbing and Heating.
Among the items you can pur-
chase are corn, squash, cucum-
bers, egg plant, peppers,
mangoes, lettuce, cabbage, car-
rots, tomatoes, potatoes" grape-
fruit, tangelos, onions, celery,
turnips, oranges, tangerines,
radishes, bananas, nuts, lemons,
apples, and also potted mums.
The produce is shipped in fresh
from Florida, Texas, California.
Wisconsin, Maine and Ohio.
Fruit baskets will be made to
order for the holiday season. The
market will be open Monday
through Thursday, from 9 a.m.
till 6 p.m. and Friday and Sat- '
urday from 9 a.m. till 8 p.m. and
Sunday from 1 p.m. to 6 p.m.
We would like to welcome the '
Market to the business district.
Tiae MIAMI GAZE'lTE
Co.qile To
Celebrate 25th
Annivepsa;ry
Mr. and Mrs. James Alexander
of St. Rt. 73 East Waynesville
will celebrate their 25th wedding
anniversay on Tuesday, Nov. 27.
Mrs. Alexander is the former
Opal Turner. The couple were
married'in Covington, Kentucky.
They have been Waynesville
residents the past 25 The
couple are natives of RE!d Lick,
Kentucky.
They are the parents of two
children Deborah and Randy at
home.
Alexander is an employee 01
Frigidaire in Dayton. An open
hoUse is planned for the couple at
the United Methodist Church
social room in WaynesviUe on
December 2 from 3 to Ii p.m.
Lttle ReJ
ANTIOUES
MAIN STREET
WAVNESVILLE, OHIO
PHONE 897-8328
,.._ ... "", Line - Dealer. 'Welcome
Mrs. Jeanette Zech, DaytOn,
Ohio. examines a kerosene
hanging lamp at one of the area
antique stores. The lamp ia
complete and is approximately
100 years old. Perhaps she is
thinking of beating the energy
crisis' in real style.
98 South Main Street
Waynesville, Ohio 45068
Houn --
Saturday-Sunday 12-5:30
. CHINA - GLASS - FURNITURE
PRIMITIVES - ACCESSORIES
,513 897-6652 Shop .
513298-2077 Residence
fJk !l:
f!J>uNio
We've got new carpet in the lobby, children's department and
reference and adult reading room. Drop by for a look and while
you're here select some reading material for those inclement
autumn days, ahead. Don't miss our cartful of books on sale for
15 and 25 cents in the lobby.
Artist of the Meath: WDIa StaDfortb, New Vienna
4th STREET WAYHESVI1.LE, OHIO Pit. 897-4826
MON. BY CHANCE
TUBS. THRU SAT. 105:00
OPEN SUNDAY M P.M.
Visit Wayntlvill.', Oth.r
Fin. AntlqUl
iIIvitea you to
speDd a few
miDutes to
see the
biggest antique
ill toWIt;
The 148 'year old
Grist MiU
where youl1 also
find. wide
assortment of
contemporary
displayed
ill an atmmosphere
reminiscent of an
old country store .
We're just a few minutes
down the hill from
WaynesvUle on Rt. 42
(I/Z mile north of Rt. 73)
Come down and see us!
HAY'S -
Furniture
Strippin'g
.. R Y
NEW METHOD"
THE SAFE AMITY I"ROCESS
Furniture R.Unilhinl rllow
with Thll Method! All lI'alnt and
Varnilll Removed From Wood 0.
Metal No Lye III' Harah AciCIl l ...
SATISFACTION GUARANTEEO
HOUR5-Mon . . Wee!.
, and FfI.. 1 p.m.Ip .n .
Sat. h..m::112 p.m. no;>n
CloMCI HOljdal' W .. kend.
...
JI Firat St, .. t
Cor n, 0,"0
Evan's Antique Shop
WAYNESVillE, OHIO PHONE: 9321264

Hrs: 3:30-5:30; Mon thru fri-9:30-5:30; Sat & SU"
OPEN 7 DAYS A WE;EK
HISLE'S BUG.GYWHEEL
Furniture & <t. :.,
84 SECQND STREET :,. 1
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M . . S Opel1 .set. &' $Un:.
, al" at lGlftl t. MiiOft. ., >-
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Second class postage paid at Wilynesville, Ohio
Taeaday,- Deeember 4, 1973
kept W.aynesville parachutists from jumping, so they
'parasled' ,to the of " pickup, car!",
6&IM:tllebiilnt a:the 25 to SIr tni18 an hoW" windS, '9ver the W
Irvin rides the "sled," in photos one, two, and three. ' Jiltl Diu soars high
airport iu photo 4. Joe Wells and Guy Heiyl were the other 'sled' crew members.
Loe81 Chamber To Hold First Meeting
Jerry Crisp Gets
Key To City
The Waynesville Area
of COmmerce will hold its first
meeting TUesday Deeember 11,
at 7!80 p.m. at the Town Square
Restaurant.
TIle Chamber will elect officers
and a Board of Directors at this
meeting.
, Membership in the Chamber is
available to any interested
person .
. Yearl,- dues are $5 per person
can' be ' paid to Mrs. Mary
LeMay orMn. Becky McFarland
Iii the ' loCal license bureau
, ,ai:ily.\ime before December 11.
. Holds Brief Meeting
1 .. 1 ""; ' v "
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,." ,.. Council held a brief
Monday eve,ning.
of the S.tate
;Rl"'l"mo ... -Department postponed
.diileQISIIi(ln concerning the plans
light at Ohio 42 and
Interested persons may also
join at this mee.ting. The
Cham bet urges everyone inter-
ested in our community to be-
come part of this progressive
organization.
Planning Commission
To Hold Citiz,n's Meeting
The first of a aeries of meetings
of citizens with the Warren
County Regional Planning Com-
mission will be held December 12
at the Clearereek Elementary
School in Springboro at 7:30 pm.
Residents and land owners of
Clearcreek and Franklin Town-
ships are invited to attend the
meeting to qiscuss the develop- .
ment of Warren County's first
Master Plan. The Citizens. are
asked to belp determine the
planning goals for the area.
Lebanon Mayor Lou Romohr
presented Lebanon businessman,
Jerry Crisp, with the Key t(J. the
City of Lebanon, at a
businessmen's. luncheon held at
the Golden Lamb, Friday,
November 30.
Crisp has served as the
, President of the Honey Festival
for five years, is vice-president of
the rotary, past Lebanon
busine'ssman director and past
president of the Lebanon Area
Chamber of Commerce.
Paper Diive
Announced
Scout Troop 40 will ma,ke a
collection of paper and cardboard
in Waynesville and vicinity this
weekend, Friday evening and
SatW"day, December 7 and 8.
Lotal Artist Has
Scouts will appreciate it if items
, can be bundled or boxed and
Art Work On DI
'sP' lay placeq,at the curb or on polrches.
U this is not convenient, call
LocAl artist Mrs: Doris 8976869; 897-4661 or
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.I!:.t'lo.,. ... '" sale at the-XenbCCinema Main of the Scoutmaster s home
'Lobby December. .. . .... . 0J)
The Cinema is . r
and Sunday' from .!HS Choit
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To Light Or Not To Light
KATHY V AN NUY8
Since President Nixon has made
the request that we refrain from
doing any outside Christmas
lighting the following towns-
people were asked if they were
goj.!,g to honor his request.
..... Don Ellis local superm,arket
owner said "I hate to see it
happen, but said it was the least
we could do."
Dorothy Sherod, cashier at
Ellis' Market said, "If we knew
the truth about everything we
would be willing to sacrifice."
Mary Hammonds, cashier at
Ellis' Market said, "It's a shame
we can't light them but if there is
a real energy crisis then we
should go along with it."
A WayneSVille housewife,
Harriet McMillan, said, "I was
willing to go along with it if
everyone else dOes."
John Loveless ' owner . of
Loveless Phal-macy says every-
body should comply with his
wishes. "But," he said, "I don't
Wiltole heartdly agree with him! I
feel we as adults have to set an
example for the younger genera-
tion. It's the only way to restore
confidence in the administration,
and it could be forced upon us if
we don't comply."
The Ora Jones family have been
lighting their home on the out-
side for the past thirteen years.
Violet Jones said, "We won't
decorate this year but we would
like to see at least one outdoor
scene preferrably a manager
scene somewhere in the Village."
Their 14 year old son Jeff told his
father since he was going to be
on the coucil January 1 that they
shouldn't put up any lights.
Another Waynesville house-
wife, Connie Gates, said "I think
it is a shame but it's a necessary
vil." e .
Dennis Louderback, co-owner of
the Waynesville Market, said "I
think everyone should do every-
thing they can to cooperate with
the President,"
Hazel Fox, cashier at the
Waynesville Market, said, "U it's
necessary we should all co-
operate."
When five year old Kathy Van
Nuys was asked if Daddy and
Mommy were going to decorate
she said no but her Grandmother
Filer would. Grandmother quick-
ly had an answer and it was DO
they weren't going to decorate
this year.
Best Looking Truck In The Valley
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DAVID STUBBS. 80ft of Mr. aDd)ln. William Stubbe aDd Mike
Banas. son of Mr. aDd Mrs. JohD Banas reeeive- -their Eagle
Award.
Scouts David Stubbs and Mike
Banas won recognition as Eale
Scouts at the November Court of
Honor and Eagle Kward Cere-
mony conducte4 by Scout Troop
40 at the Waynesville Uded
Methodist Church.
Paintings by Mike Banas. which
had been part of the Troop Gate-
way at Jambaree East last
summer. were displayed. .
Scoutmaster Robert Stansberry
welcomed everyone and in-
troduced special guests. Lewis
(Bud) Hursch, Advancement
Board member; Harold Shrack.
former scoutmaster of Troop 40.
and Burdette Garrison, ranger at
Camp Hook.
Chairman John Banas. com-
mended the Scoutmaster for the
time and energy devoted to the
t.J:oop. A Certificate of
tion and engraved statuette were
presented by Fred Grauman, In-
stitutional Representive.
During the Court of Honor.
Tenderfoot badges were pre-
sented to Gregg Branneek. Eddie
Haas. and Marcus Elliott. Philip
Brannoclt reeeived Sec:ond
Claaa badge and Roderick St.
John and Danny Robbins First
Class badges.
Others who received Merit
badges were Alan Davis. David
Hendrickson. Jack Stubbs. Ron-
ald Briggs. Paul Banas. Marcus
Elliott, Gregg Brannock and
Mike Banas.
Fifty Miler Awards were pre-
sented to David Stubbs, Mike
Banas. Wally Patton. Jack
Stubbs and Roger St. John. for
hiking the Appalachian Trail.
Harold Shrack gave the
"Charge To '
Fueston-List Vows Said
Mias Melinda Lou List dlughter
of, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph List.
Centerville, Ohio became the
bride of Mr. Jeffery Hoyt Fues-
ton son of Mr. and Mrs. Jasper
Fueston of 906 Stanwood Dr.
Lebanon, Ohio on Saturday
November 17 at 7:30 p.m. at the
Lutheran Church in Lebanon.
Pastor William Makley offici-
ated at the double ring
ceremony. The ceremony was
preceded by a program of organ
music. The bride wore a long
white satin gown with wide
sleeves and lace around sleeves
bottom, and down front. She
wore a long veil and carried a
bouquet of white mums.
The matron of honor Debra A.
White wore a gown of dark blue
velvet and carried a whitt mum
The brides mother wore a long
dark blue gown with Dowered
puffy sleeves. She wore a white
mum corsage.
The grooms mother wore an
ankle length white and black
double knit long sleeve with a
gold belt. She also wore a white
I
mum corsage.
A reception was 'held immedi-
ately foUowing the cereQlony at
the parish house.
Mrs. Fueston graduated from
'Centerville High School in 1973.
and the Groom graduated from
Lebanon Hilfh School in 1972. He
is employed at the Imperial Food
Town in Centerville.
The couple are making their
home at the Coneord Square
ap .... in Lebanon. Ohio.
The 120 peice Lebanon High
School Marching Band will
present a concert DeeElmber 11.
at 7:80 at the Lebanon High
School Auditorium. The band '
will be directed by Mr. William
DOnovan. Steve Walker and
George Van Harlingen are drum
majors and Paula Wel,ch is
head majorette. Student director
is Nancy Nixon.
Stanforth Art al
Mary L Cook Library
Mrs. Willa Stanforth artist of
New Vienna will continue to have
her work on display and for sale
at the Mary L. Cook Public
Library through the month of
December,
Obituaries
PAULINE V .IILACIKSBA W
Pauline Varner Blacltshaw age
76 of Atlanta. Georgia passed
away Friday SO in an
Atlanta bo8pital after an ex-
tended illness. She was born May
5. 1897 in Deluth. Minnesota to
Wilfred W. and Flora Varner
Blackshaw both of 'I'bom pre-
ceded her in death. She is sur-
vived by a brother .Y.L. Black-
shaw of Atlanta. a niece and
nephew. Funeral services were
held in Atlanta with creamation
foUowing. A memorial service
will be held at 10:80 A.M. thurs-
day December 6 at the Friends
Meeting House in Waynesville.
Interment of the ashes will foUow
at Miami Cemetery. Stubbs-
Conner Funeral HCllme is in
of arrangements. .
Protection For Eveuythinl
LIFE HEALTH
HOMEAUTO
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98 S. Third St
897-5936
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2-Pieee Living Room ..
- Stereo-Console ...... ".$79
Mattresses .... .. .... : $18
Recliners ..... . .. "
Bunk Beds . ........... $48,
9'x12' Ruga ............ $5 ,
CocktaU and 2 Step
(set . , . $18
HONOR BOLL "FIRST 8EMEM8TEa. 1975:74 ,
6da Grade; Sherry Atkins. Roberta Clark, Dana 'Cochrane,
Maria Banas. CoUeen Bromagen. Jody Cornett. Rebecca
Debbie CampbeU. Donna Carter. Marcus Elliott. Susan Fritts,
Shara Cherryholmes. Stelanie Pam Charles Gates.
Clark. CoUeen Conley, Mark Philip Gibbs. Kim Madison,
Creekmore. Carolyn Elliot. Tim Deborah Matter. Darla Morgan.
Francisco. Cindy Gross. ' Debra Kim Purkey. Sherry Roark;
Hall. Tamera Jones. Roger Robert Rye. Dennis West. .
Kronenberger, Dana Lamb. Greg 8th Gredel Mike Anderson.
Lamblin. Janet McKalip. Claudia Andres. Darren BaUard.
Micheael Moreley. Tim Osborn. Branda Barrett. Amy Boal.
Charles Overbee. Dhlne Peters. Charlotte Campbell. Mark Cor-
Greg Polly. Rhonda Purkey. nett. Terri Francisco. Dottie
Steven Rains, Donald Ramby. Hannah. Carla Hansard, Todd
Seidl. Christine Sheehan, Hofacker. Liz Huffman. Charles
Deborah Smith. Julia Snoddy. Irons. Julie Kier. Charlotte
Jeff Vanderpool. Kruer. Cathy McKinney. Karen
7th Gruel Elizabeth Atkins. ODell. Pam Purkey. RQbin
David Bixby. Brian Burke. Smith.
Quaker HelPb Birthdays For December .
December 4 Seth FurlWtSr.
December 15 James Moore
Corrine Brattain
December 16 Vera Fultz
Nannie Freeze
December 17 Goldie Bernard
December 26 Mary MarshaU
God's Fnit Vag Malket
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Whittamore-Meredith Vows ExchOnged
..... Karen Sue Meredith,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert
E. Meredith of 83 Brookwood
Dr., Bellbrook became the bride
of Mr. Harrison W. Whittamore
of Waynesville, son of Mrs. Ruth
Whittamore of Dayton and Mr.
Roscoe Whittamore of Rich-
mond, Kentucky Saturday No-
vember 24 at 2:30 p.m. at the
Bellbrook United Methodist
Church.
The Rev. John Beers officiated
at the candlelight double ring
ceremony. Single candalabras
lined each aisle with full
candalabras and baskets of blue
mums at the altar.
The ceremony was preceded by
a flute solo-Color my World by
Janet Stites flutist of Bellbrook,
Ohio, and a vocal solo-We've
Only Just Begun and the Lord's
Prayer by Janet Edwards of
Oolumbus, Ohio, vocal and
quitar, Lady and the Wedding
S g by James Kays of
QlDo. .
The bride given in marriage by
her father, wore a formal length
dress of ivory dacron organze
over bridal taffeta, designed with
empife bodice, sheer yoke, sheer
full sleeves gathered to fitted
English lace cuffs extending to
elbow. A-line skirt bordered at
hemline with wide banding of
English balloon lace Cathedral
lenghth mantilla edged with wide
banding of English lace, mantiUa
, attached to bow. Juliet form.
She carried a formal bouquet of
yellow rosebuds, blue carnationa,
white stephanotis and baby"
breath.
The matron of honor was Mn
Elaine Taylor Rickett of Rich-
mond, Kentucky, ' the bridee-
maids were Miss Kathy Meredith
sister of the bride, and Mise
Rhonda Duff of Bellbrook.
Best man was James Davidson
of Annapolis Maryland. Ushers
were William Davis cousin of the
groom of Waynesville and Lon
Schear of Waynesvills.
Bride's mother wore formal
length empire walsl dress; pale
blue polyester chiffon trim at
neck and hem; carried nosegay of
yellow roses and blue carnations.
The groom's mother wore formal
length tailored jacket-dress of
rose-pink polyester, worn with a
corsage of pale pink roses and
carnations.
The reception was in the Recep-
tion Hall of the church after
ceremony. Decorations included
candle and floral arrangements
of yellow and blue.
The trip will be south (over
Christmas vacation).
They will reside at 273 Main St.
Apt I, Waynesville.
The bride graduated from Bell-
brook lijgh School, and V niversi-
Charioteers
To
Neeo a DaDy81tteN J ou CAn cau
the Waynesville Charioteers.
They will be babysitting now
through December 14 to ealm
money for new uniforms. Twenty
members are at your service.
You can call Mrs. Charles Thill at
897-5164 and expect a babysitter
at your service.
ty of Dayton with a BS in
Secondary education and is a
leacher (Social Studies) at
Bellbrook High School. The
groom graduated from Waynles-
ville High School (1967). then
attended Cumberland
Williamsburg, Ky and Anne
Arundel College, Annabolis
Maryland. He is employed by
Power-trol Systems, Inc,
Carrollton. Has spent 2 years in
the and 1 year in
Around Tuwn Wah M.8.
NEW ARBIV ALS
Mr and Mrs Bobby Head are
proudly announcing the arrival of
their first child, a son. Nathan
William born Nov. 27th at St.
Elizabeth hospital. The baby's
paternal grandparents are Mr
and Mrs Robert Head of Waynes-
ville and maternal grandparents
are Mr and Mrs Charles Foote of
Springsboro. The new baby is a
first grandchild for both sets ' of
grandparents. This lucky little
boy also has two sets of
Great-grandparents, Mr and Mrs
Claude Coffman of Waynesville
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and Mr and Mrs Carrol Foote of
Blanchester.
NEW ARRIV AL8
Mr and Mrs Charles Line of Re-
no, Nevada are proudly announc-
ing-the arrival of their seventh
child, a girl Hiedi Jean, born
Wed. Nov 28th at 8:38 a.m.
Three brothers and three sisters
eagerly awaited their baby sister
at borne. Grandparent.s are Mr
and Mrs McMillan of
Waynesville, 0 and Mr and Mrs
Roy Line of R.R. "1, Oregonia,
Ohio.
One Day Dry Cleaning Service
SeH Service laundry Featuring New Washers
OPEN Mon thru Frl - 8 am to 6:00 pm
Saturday - 8 am to 7 pm
Sunday - 10 am to 6 pm
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Waynesville,Ohio
BB S. Main St. B97-5961
Kash D. Amburgy
announces
$400,000.00
Year-End Clearance Sale
Save 10% - 25% up to 50%
Half-Price Floor damaged & discontinued itemS.
Ka.h D . Amburgy
True Savings of $25.00-$50,,00 up to $100.00 on" Major
Admiral, Motorola & Zenith Color TV's
200
BEDROOM AND LIVING
200
ROOM SUITES
KIMBALL 'PIANOS AND ORGANS
Portables, Consoles & Combination Stereos
129.50 to 799.50
... Portables, Black and White TV's Early
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American, ProvinCial, Spanish & Walnut GQrden Tractors - Travel Trailers
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200
CHAIRS, ROCKERS
Ranges, Refrigerators, Washers, Dryers,
RECLINERS AND
Campers
200
Dlshwashers, Admiral, Corning,
MIS9ELI..ANEOUS ITEMS
Gibson, Kltchen-Aid, Magic Chat, Maytag, Norge,
200
PIECES OF EARLY
Colerman Tropic-aire.
Sunray, Speed Westinghouse, ava1lable in
AMERICAN SOFAS, LOVE
Warm Morning Heaters
White, Copperiooe, Avocado,. Harvest Gold, Poppy Red.
SEATS, TABLES, ETC.
coupon
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FREE $1500 FREE
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Brand E 3%.
Brand t 2%.
Brand G 2%.
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Christmas is a creative time of
the year for artists and
n craftsman. ThElir skills are in
demand to provide elegance,
beauty and richness for the
holiday season. They are hard t!>
work.
Pam Lewis sat isolated by the
hissing of the firery torch. Her
eyes were shielded by dark
safety glasses, as she deftly wove
arid twisted glass rods into
minature puppy dogs and tiny
reindeers in the flaIne.
Pam learned glass weaving
from Wayne and Jim Benner, of
the Creative glass studios in
Lebanon, Ohio, where she works .
She lives in the village of
Harveysburg.
Glass ships sail with sunlit,
sparkling sails, glassy hoot owls
stare, deer and turtles and even
tiny unicorns canter on the
display shelves of the studio.
Over in
lowered a
painted
dark depths
the first step
the hanl(Jsornl
piece. It w
dippings to
Patience is
Mrs. Doris
painting
some for a
Church
of iand.scap'et
several of
between
landscape
display at
studio
miniatures
table. The
to her
miniatures.
For An Unusual Sele'f
Don's Paint & Wallpaper
107 E. Mulberry Lebanon. Ohio
'"-___ Phone 932-2930 ____ _
ART SUPPLIES
KEYS MADE' , .. ,--,.,..,..
ICTURE FRAMES
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ioned Christmas"
soon go on
UIf .... n.'n .. ' Bank.
in her
paints the
her kitchen
farm scene
one of these
Art students at Waynesville
High School under the supervi-
sion of artist-art teacher. Mrs . .
Diane Wilson Hisey. made huge.
hand lettered signs reading.
"Merry Xmas" in Christmas
colors and decorated with holly
leaves. Student Arthur Karmack
painted candy cane striped
letters on his sign. while Gene
Bllidwin and Dobbie Allen
showed their signs to their
classmates.
Whatever your skills. whether
you are a glass knitter; furniture
stripper. painter. ca1riographer.
sculpter. potter. wood-worker.
tinner or tailor. your craft will
probably be- engaged this
Christmas Season. Maybe you
will be turning out a major
source of your livelihood or
perhaps just making a gift for
your family or friends.
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Sat 9:30-5:00
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Dec 9th and 16th only
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materials lost . accurately. Ideal lor drilling in ceramics
or metals as well as wood. Capacity: 3/ 8" steel. 3/4"
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$30
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Picture 1: Ted BorgerdiDg puaee to Steve Hofaeker; Pieture 2: Spartan
Plummer shoots; Mike Charlton Spikes the Shot; Picture S: Spartan Steve
Hofacker' Shoots; Pieture 4: MIke Comet Shots, N43 MIke Flynn Ready to
into Action; Pieture 5: Steve Hofaeker moves down court, Chuek Moekabee
dashes to set up defense.
Smiling Spartans Stomp Springboro 67-58
I t was a good game, a very good
game, with neither team ever out
of the game. Springboro pressed
the Spartans all the way but
couldn't hold the Spartans.
Spartan Mark Cornet improved
his game and teamate Mark
Standley fired his usual . good
shots. Each totaled 18 points.
Steve. Hofacker cleared 17
points.
Panther Mike Burnett also shot
18 points. Waynesville's sharp
defence held Panther Mike Flynn
to 2 total points.
Waynesville Coach Dave Liffick
said Monday that the Clinton
Massie game will be a tough
game. He didn't comment much
on the Springboro game because
"You know, we play them again."
"The ClintonMassie Team can
shoot and they have good size.
They will pose a problem for our
defence," he stated Monday.
The Clinton Massie Waynesville
Game is Friday night at the
Waynesville Gym. Reserve game
is at 6:45 pm, Varsity at 8 pm.
This is a Fort Ancient Valley
Conference Game so you better '
come early to get standing room
and earlier to get a seat.
Statistics of the game follow:
Springboro 14-18-6-20=58
Mike Burnett 8218,
Russ Chesney 0 1 I,
Dennis Hall 5 6 16,
Mike Lambricht 1 1 3,
Chuck Mockabee 2 2 6,
Mike Charlton 5 0 10,
Brad Delaney 1 0 2 and
Mike Flynn 0 2 2.
Waynesville 13-2212-20=67
Mark Cornett 41018,
Mark Stanley 7 4 18,
Steve Hofacker 4 9 17,
Phone: 746-8900
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Local Residents
Candidates For Degrees
Miami University lists 313
candidates for degrees for fall
quarter commencement exerci-
ses December 11 at 3 p.m. in
Millett Hall on its Oxford
Campus.
Two local candidates for
degrees are Ellen L. Earhart
Gadd, of 15 South Third Street,
Master of Education and Gary
Michael Kuntz, 726 South line
Drive, Bachelor of Scien<:e in
Business.
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Taeeclay, DMelaIler 4t 19'tS \ Tlte MIAMI' GAZETI'E
Pirates Scalp Warriors 70-68 Springboro' Is
Back Home For
Two Games
I
West Carrollton' s Pirates
played hot-handed ball against
the Lebanon WarMors Saturday
night, securing their Yiin ' in the
last few seconds of the game.
The score was 68-69, when
Pirate Jeff Mumma was fouled
and made the first of two foul
shots. The Pirates called time.
Mumma missed the second shot
and the Warriors captured the
ball but were unable to do any-
thing with it in the remaining
four seconds.
Pirate Ron Fridley, a 6'4
1
/z"
senior, who played a good offen-
sive and defensive game scored a
total of 21 points. Lebanon junior
Rob Meinshatt got a respectable
20 point total.
Lebanon Reserve Coach John
Armstorng's squad beat the
West Carrollton Reserve Team,
V 't ta' .
e arsl y game s tlStiCS
follow:
Lebanon 17-17-20-14=68. John
Ruetschle 16, Rob ltJeinshatt 20,
John Strider 12, Barry George 7,
Terry Amburgy 5, Steve Tester-
man 8.
West Carrolton 22-17-22-.9=70.
Scott Barker 12, Mike Edmund-
son 10, Ron Fridley 21, Jeff
Mumma 11, Roger Sflmpter 12,
Craig Frost 2, Mike Price 2.
Lebanon's next game is Friday
night, December 7_ The Reserve
Game starts at 6:30 pm, the Var-
sity at 8 pm. Lebanon hosts
Miamisburg.
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HOURS:
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SATURDAY 8:00 A.M. to 4:00 P.M.
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front End alignment
174 Malri Sf
STUBBS-
CONNER
FUNERAL HOME
SERViNG ALi. 'FAITHS- -
STEVE CONNER - DIRECTOR
897-5966
Ambulance Service By Appt.
ALUMINUM SIDING AND
ROOFING
DAL ELLIOTT
All leading brands-free esti-
mates 897-7851
AUTOMOBILES
WAYNESVILLE AUTOS 172
North St., (You get
more used car here.)
CARPETS
Bi-Rite Carpet & Tile, 140 S.
Main St., Carpet. floors,
ceramic, ceilings, 8976611
\ Waynesville 222-5608 Dayton.
185 N. Main, Waynesv11le
Call
\
897-5921
DRY CLEANERS
Washington Square Laundromat
and Dry Cleaners 88 S. Main st.
8975961.
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FLORIST
CEDAR CITY FLORIST .. Finest
Flowers & Gifts. 128 E. Mul
berry St., Lebanon, Ohio
982-2916
FlJRNrrURE AND GIFT SHOP
WAYNESVILLE FURNITURE
ANi> GIFT SHOP wallpaper
and draperie. "-4971 .
. ',.1
RON FRIDLEY blocks
Lebanon's shot.
The Springboro Panthers re-
turn home for two games this
weekend. The first game is with
Kings High Friday night.
"Kings will have four men re-
turning so they will have an
improved team from last year,"
commented Coach Harry Hall
Tuesday, "Playing two games is
hard but we're glad to be back
home. "
Springboro plays Franklin
Saturday night. Game time is
6:45 pm for the reserve games
and 8 pm for the varsity.
Connie Beck
BOOKKEEPING AND
TAX SERVICE
. 55 E. Lytle Rd.
BB5-24M
English Hunt Seat
Saddle Seat
BOARD TRA
HAWK
Classified Ads 897-5921
CLASSIFIED ADS:
S1.25 minimum cbarge
over 25 words 5 cents
extra per word.
THANK YOU &
MEMORIUM:
S1.25 minimum cbarge -
over 25 words 2 centEI
extra per word.
, FOR SALE I
For Sale: Star 8 x 12 mounted
Tom Tom, blue sparkle almost
new head. Consolette (regull8r)
type mount. $25 or best offer.
Call 897 -5921 till 5 after till 9 call
897-5826.
. - - -
SPINET CONSOLE PIANO may
be purchased by small mont.hly
payments, see it locally, wr ite
Carlyle Piano Company, P.O.
Box 156, Cortland, Ohio 44410.
HEATING AND
AIR CONDITIONING
UNIVERSAL HEATING AND
AIR CINDITIONING, welding
and repair, portable equipment.
Marvins Lane 897-4936 Busi-
ness, If no ans'wer caU 982-4323
INSURANCE
THE NATIONAL & AC-
CIDENT INSURANCE CO.
(Grand Ole Opry People) Fred
Napier agent 897-8111
PAINTING
Dick 9IPDpbeU - interior. eXle-
riOI', . commercial, residential.
Pl:tone 8975644
For Sale: Firewood - delivered
and stacked, good hardwood
and splitwood. Call 8974688
49c-2
For Sale: 12 inch Black and
White panasonic T.V. in good
condition $39.00. Call 897-6451
49e-l
PERSONALS
Thank You: For the visits, cards,
flowers, prayers, food, and care
of the children during my recent
operation and convalescence.
Connie Gates
49c-1
Thank You: Thank you to friends
and neighbors for their kind-
nesses extended during the
death of our Mother and Grand-
mother. 49c-1
The Ralph Allford's and Family
PAINT & WALLPAPER
DON'S PAINT & WALLPAPER
107 E. Mulberry St.
Lebanon, Ohio 932-2930
PHARMACIES
LOVELESS PHARMACY
Professional Prescription serv-
ice sa S. Main Street 897-7076
PHOTOS
V ALLEY VIEW PHOTOS
9 E. Main St Lebanon. Ohio
982-6807
LOST & FOUN D
Found: A deep brown possibly
short haired German Sltepberd
dog, has been hurt, found Nov
29. Call Larry Riddle 897-5419
49c-l
Lost: Friendship ring with leaves
and Dowers' design. Keepsake
gift frem deceased Mother. Call
897-6551. 49c-l
SITUATIONS
WTO
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Help Wanted: Texas Refinery
Corp. offers Plenty of Money
plus cash bonuses, fringe bene-
fits to mature individual in
Waynesville area. Regardless of
experience, airmail A.T. Pate,
Pres., Texas Refmery Corp.,
Box 711, Fort Worth, Texas.
49c-1
REAL ESTATE
WORKMAN & BELCHER
REALTY CO. Real Estate &
Auction Sales 75 S. Main St.
897-2946 Way. 223-5637 Dayton
K.S.A. Realty 88 S. Main St.
897-3501.
See us for your Real Estate
needs. J ean Younce 897-4433.
Associate Elder Realty 885-5863
LYNN FIELDS, 7956 Cahall PI
Waynesville; 1-881).5453 or 897-
6055; Camfield Company Inc.
433-9912 or 897-6055.
SUPER MARKETS
ELLIS SUPER V ALU quality
and low prices open till nine, 7
days a week. phone 897-6001.
Hundreds Helped By Legion 'Project
Sinee the American Legion Post boxes of food and toJ! for the
615 started their Christmas younger chlldren. There were 77
ject in 1949 hundreds of families adults and approximately 180
have benefited from their children.
generosity. Boxes were placed at tne 10ClU
Last year 67 families received school and canned goods
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WAYNESVILLE, FURNITURE
Open Sundays Till Christmas '
1 6 For Your Christmas Shopping
Convenience
Master Charge
BankAmerlcard
1897-49711
30
Day
Charge
SAUCY TOBY JUGS DISPLAY
Toby Jugs were probably in-
spired by a farmer, Paul Parnell,
of Yorkshire, England, who
according to historians, was a
jolly fellow who drank 2000
pounds sterling worth of strong
Yorkshire beer in his lifetime.
Although he died in 1810, his
they were manufactured by
craftsman at the Salamander
Works at Woodbridge, New
Jersery.
This rich shelf of Toby Jugs is
shown at a local antique shop.
deed is immortalized in the song, 'J-----------
"Old Toby Philpot, The little ReJ SheJ
A thirsty old soul,
As e'er drank a bottle ANTIOU ES
Or fathomed a bowl"
The Toby Jugs were made of
pottery or porcelain, decorated
with a sculpted figure or bust.
Often these were caricatures of a
contemporary personality, Re-
cent Toby Jugs have featured
Winston Churchill and Dwight D.
Eisenhower,
At first British potters, Wedge-
MAIN STREET
WAYNESVILLE. OHIO
PHONE 897-6328
Line - Dealer. Welcome
MON. BY CHANCE
TUES, THRU SAT. 10-5:00
OPEN SUNDAY 1-5 P.M.
wood, Davenport, Pratt, and Visit Waynesville', Other
Royal Doulton manufactured the Fine Antique Sho,s
drinking jugs. As early as 1838 .. ---------..
collected by the students and
parents of the area.
The Waynesville Boostelrs Club
donated candy for the project,
and the local Community Aid
Council donated money. .
Residents of the Friendll Home
and Quaker Heights also 're-
ceived boxes of food. Tho boxes
will be delivered the weenend
before Christmas.
If anyone knows of a needy
family they are to write to the
Legion Post with the details.

STORE'
107 S. Main' St.
Waynesville, Ohio
1(513) 862-51 fIT]
Hrs: 12 to 8 Fri,
THE 183S HOUSE
TIl ISlS IW'l
55 South Malo Sit
Springboro, Ohlo
"BROWSE THROUGH
THREE SHOPS"
featuring
Country furniture
Early Accessorie:s
Victorian an'd Glanware
IHB&MEI
invites you to
spend a few
minutes to
see the
biggest antiqu4&
in town
The 148 year old
Grist,Mill
where youl1 also
find a wide
assortment of
contemporary
gifts displayed
in an atmosphere
reminiseent of an
old COUDtry store.
WUdmans Splces--66 VarUies
Hard Candy--Extract
We're just a few minutes
down the hill from
Waynesville on Rt. 42
(I/Z mile north of nt. 73)
Come down and see usl
HAY'S
Furniture
Stri ppin"g

NEW METHOD"
THE SAFE AMITY P'ROCESS
Furniture R.llnllhing Now
with This Method! All Paint and
Varnillt Removed From Wood 0,
Metal NO. Lye or Hard: Acldl I.' sad'
SATISFACTII;)N GUARANTEED
HOUR5-MPIII" Wed.
, and p,t. 11,.m.-Ip I n ,
SaL b.m.-1Z p.m. no.)n
Closad HOliday W .. kend '
Personality Of The W,eek
We would like to salute Kevin ,
Miranda as the personality of the
week.
Young Miranda recently re-
ceived a three year patch from
Dayton Daily News for his
service as a young businessman.
He is a member of Waynesville
Jr. High School Band.
His sports activities have
included playing in the Major
League this past summer and
als(' on t he football team just
recently.
Kevin lives with his parents,
Mr. and Mrs. Larry Miranda and
sister Kelly at 409 N. Fifth St. in
Waynesville.
Santa will arrive Sunday, Dec. 16th
at 1:00 P.M. at the
Three Centuries Swim_Club.
98 South Main Street :---1
I WaynesvUle, Ohio 4506!- I
HRS: Baturday-Bunday 12-5:30
CHINA - GLASS - FURNITURE
PRIMITIVES - ACCESSORIES
Of WASHINGTON SQUARE
e.!The Village -Anti</l.e Shop
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. ' AN TlQVES 143 E. HIGH ST.
WAYNESVILLE, OHIO ,
General Lint! of Antiqu-:s MOH. & TUES. BY
LEHA SHULL WED. THRU SAT,
, SUHPA.Y 126 ,
Evan's Anti/que, Shop
WAYNESVILLE, OHIO PHONE: 932'1264'
Hrs: 3:30-S:30; Mon thru Fri-9:30-S:30; Sat & Sun

t Phone 513-897.58"3 g t
I <ilen-JIIar . _:
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S Main at Miami St Open Sat. & Sun. ' t
Hoon 6100
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WayneSVille, Ohio 45068 Antique. of All P.rlod. t
Bought & Sold

OPEN 7 DAYS A WEEK
HISLE'S BUGGYWHEEL ANTIQUES
Furniture & Miscellaneous Items
84 SECOND STREET CORWIN. OHIO

'PJJuJiic cPiJ1fO/Ijf
We've got new carpet in the lobby, children's
reference and adult reading room. Drop by lor a and whlle.' ,
you're here select some reading material for, Itb01Je
autumn day" ahead. Dou't miss our cartfuI Of boob ODI .ar. .fc)r." :
16 and 26 cenis in the lobby. ' , ,,' -.. :,'(;>j.i,'
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Sel:ond dass postage paid at Waynesville. Ohio
Vol. 5, No. 50
Tuesday, December 11, UI73
' Copy 10e
Oub Captures Christmas Caboose
Wayne Board Opts For New Vo-Ed Plan
BY LILA MCCLURE
The Wayne Local Board of Edu-
cation adopted a resolution
calling for disolution of the
Warren County Vocational
Scl)ool District and the forming
of a new vocational district with
those school districts where
voters have favored the project.
The note came after lengthy dis-
cussibn. The Board is required by
law to provide vocational sub-
jects for its students. If they did
not join with the other Warren
County schools, they faced the
alternative of buying into
existing vocational districts
outside the county.
"Students would have to t.ravel
25 to 30 miles to these schools,"
stated Supt. Paul &chwamber-
ger.
TIUS CABOOSE IS making its last whistle stop at Three One Board member said "'That
Centuries Swim Club in Waynesville. William LeMay on the left sorta puts us between a roc:k and
and David Eaton, right, are two of the Club owners. a hard spot." Four members
There's a blue caboose on a mouth where LeMay bought the voted for adoption of the resolu-
Penp-Central siding at Corwin colorful old timer at auction tion; Tom Hatton voted nay.
ready .and to make its nearly two months ago. Supt. Paul pre-
;., _ The
, its destinatiqlt: j .',l'he r .hree clacked from . - to-:"' "of Inter .
Centuries ' 'gwnn Club here at Cincy _ from Cincy to 'Oayton _ national r;n:t
ng
. There are two,
Waynesville.
from Moraine to Xenia and plans: The first, the T.eache.r Am-
Two of the Club's owners, finaUy to Corwin in its three week bassador Plan, provl?es (or. an
William LeMay I!nd David Eaton, swan song to the rails of the exchange teacher; ThIS provld.es
say the track is laid for the 45,000 Penn-Central.
a .language teacher at the
pound, 30-foot caboose and the LeMay said yesterday that of mng of the
move will start this week. the total cost of $5,000 for The district prOVl?eS residence
Its permanent stop will be ' in purchase and moving, the and transportatton for the
front of the old mill where the moving represented the greatest teacher.
pizza parlor and dairy bar have expense.
The second plan is for a student
given way to the relic of an Muth Brothers of Dayton, who- aide. The aide is a university
earlier age.
have the heavy equipment to trained language student. with
Here it will be painted red -- a tackle the project, will begin the fluent English. This aide serves
color more fitting for a caboose -- two-day move this week across as an assistant to the local
and the glamorizing process of the "Avenue" to the Swim Club. language teacher and makes re-
renovation begun. It will be a snail's pace for the cordings of discussions of things
And here the little car that was veteran caboose, accustomed to of local cultural interest in the
'''always last" will take a starring whipping along the rails. foreign language with st.udents
role as an old time ice cream LeMay and Eaton say that the for future use. This plan costs
parlor. complete with potbellied caboose ice cream parlor will be $1725 or about $2 per hour of
stove and other quaint acces- in operation this spring. It's to be actual classtime.
sories.
operated by Connie Ann LeMay "We get so much more from the
It's been a long wait and a long. and will be known as "Sweet program than you can measure,"
roundabout way from Ports- Cal's Confections." said John Barney. Blanchester
has a language aide now. Barney
volunteered to discuss the pro-
gram with Blanchester school
officials to see how the program
is working for
Mrs. Ross Mitchell and Mrs.
Arlene Robins tendered their
resignations to the Board. Mrs.
Mitchell resigned because she is
moving from the district; Mrs.
Robins resigned in order to be
accepted for the vacancy created
by Mrs_ Mitchell's leaving. The
Board accepted the resignations
and rehired Mrs. Robins unani-
mously.
school in the dark, the upsetting dissolution of the Warren County
of the schedules of parents, and Vocational School District.
the conservation of energy in the Be it further resolved that this
operatio'n of schools_ board requests that a new voca-
A new Board policy: School tiona I district be established con-
busses must be parked on school sisting of those school districts
property when not in use. School that seem likely to support or
bus drivers have had the option have sUIJported vocational educa-
of driving t.he busses home if tion in the past.
they had a safe place to park Be it further resolved that any
them.
school district within Warren
A plan to permit emergency County that would be excluded
decisions concerl ing fuel cut r. ;(>m such a vocational school dis-
backs to be made by the tribt would be provided vocation-
Superintendent subject later to al services for their school dis-
Board approval, got Board trict either by contracting such
consent.
services, or to be accepted into
Mrs. Don Dunkin, Board the vocational school district
member elect, was present with all rights and privileges of
during the meeting. Reorganiza- member schools if and when the
Lion of the Board will take place proposed vocational issue is
January 14 at 7:30 pm. passed by the electorate of the
Mrs. Dunkin and Dan Simpson member districts.
will join the Board. Dave Be it further resolved that
Hartsock, who has served on the copies of this resolution be sent
Board 16 years, and Tom Hatton to the present Warren County
will retire.
J oint Vocational Board of Educa-
After a brief executive session, tion.
the Board approved a salary./ Voting by Board members:
consideration for the clerk, who Dave Hartsock, yes; Bob
is also supervisor of Transpor- Bernard, yes ("Don't like it);
tlItiw, at $10,000 per year with Tom Hatton, No, John Barney,
additional supplementary pay- yes; Harold Purkey, yes.
ments totaling . $2700.
Riggs Roofing and Sheet Metal
Company of Lebanon, Ohio
received a contract for a Dust
Collection U nit. Riggs Roofing
will install a Torit Dust
Collection Unit and duct work at
the High School for a total of
$4335. The unit meets standards
of the state inspector.
Leo Terry appeared before the
Board requesting relief on the
matter of an easement to permit
him access to land locked prop-
erty west of the school on Rt. 73.
The complete Wayne Local
Board of Education Resolution
pertaining to vocation education
for high school students follows:
"Whereas the Warren County
Joint Vocational School District
. by mandate of the voters is not
able to provide vocational edu-
cation for high school students as
required by state law
Be it resolved that the Wayne
Local Board hereby requests the
Santa To Arrive
Santa Claus will arrive at the
H.B. and Me Gift Shop located at
the Three Centuries Swim Club
on December 16 at 1:00 p.m. He
will arrive at the Community
Christmas tree located in the
Waynesville National Bank park-
MRS AGNES PURKEY
will bake prettier cakes for
the holiday season. Her
classmates chose her aake
number one in the cake
decorating class at
Waynesville's Adult Edu-
cation Mini-Course. Mrs.
Purkey is decorating the
number one cake. The in-
structors demonstration
mirror reflects th(' decora-
tion above the cake.
Officers Elected .'ur
Altar Society
ing lot on December 22 at 3:30 A meeting was held on Ntvem-
p.m. A program of Christmas ber 28 at the Redury to revive
The Board noted that the music will precede his arrival. the St. Augustine Altar :;ociety.
Boosters have reimbursed the The public is invited to meet him New officers ('lected "" ' f{, Mrs.
Board for their share of $3500 of
Peter Viot, Presi Mrs
the $8500 spent on the track - ------- Harold Krabecher. 'ce Presi-
field.
The Waynesville Athletic dent, Mrs. ',$11les, Secre-
The Board discussed but Boosters Men's volleyball will tary, and Miss Tpresa Vinl. Trea-
decided to table any action on start December 12 at Waynes- surer.
possible (llf school ville High School. The game gets Money making projects for the
hours until after Daylight underway at 7:30 pm. new year were discussed. Plana
Savings. is adopted. They You must be a Waynesville also were made for a Cbristmas
the possibility ' of graduate to play or live in the party to be beld on Deeember .19,
ebildren. .. aiUng for area. .
at the Robert MoaN bome in
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Brazilian Student Leaves For Home
STUDENT JOYCE CAPELLI says good-by to friends at
Waynesville High School. Left to right. Miss Capelli. Bud
Ingram. Mr. Ervin Pack, principal, and Kathy Ingram.
Students and faculty at courtrooms and trials," she said.
Waynesville High School said an "I want to become a heart sur-
early good-by to Brazilian stu- geon. I believe I have the
dent, Joyce Capelli, last week. patience to make heart surgery. I
"I have loved being here," she admire Dr. Zerbini who is a
said, "But I must go home to get great Brazilian heart surgeon
ready for the examination for ' and I admire Dr. Christian
medical school." Miss Capelli said Benard."
that half of the students entering Miss Capilli came to Waynes-
the six year program at the Uni- ville last January. She ranked as
versity of San Paulo are women. a senior and took college prep
The program combines college courses. Physiology was her
with medical school and enables favorite course even though she
the student to get his or her MD had had more than four years of
in only six years. biology.
"The examination is very diffi- "When I began the course, I
cult," she stated, "There are 3000 spoke no English," she admitted
applications and there are 100 and said that it was easier to
places at the school." Both of learn the language while
Miss Capelli's parents are studying subjects that you like.
la wyers, although her mother is The examination will take place
working as a high school princi- in January 1974. All of the stu-
pal. dents at Waynesville High
"I don't believe I would like the School wished her good luck.
Check your Christmas list and come & see the large
selection of gifts to fill all your needs for your Christmas
giving.
---We offer free gift wrapping. __
We also have Christmas cards, wrapping paper and
candles, arrangements and tree ornaments
JIT urniture & (f) ift
Hours: Mon, Tues, Wed, Sat 9:30 a.m.-6:00 p.m.
Thurs, Fri 9:30 a..m.-9:00 p.m.
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SOMEONE IS SNEAKING
UP ON YOU
Old man winter is on his way with his
usual bagful of dirty tricks. Coughs, sneezes,
sore throats, stuffy noses, chest colds and the
like. Staying out of his path is a tough job
and chances are all of us will be affected at
one time or another.
Professional advice on "over-the-counter"
non-prescription medicines for simple colds
is a most Important part of our pharmacy
service. Naturally, for anything more serious
you should consult with your physician. He
can prescribe more potent medication to help
you recover quickly.
"A GREAT MANY PEOPLE ENTRUST US
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mE MIAMI GAZETrE
P .. O.80x 325, Waynesville - Pboae 897-5921
This Wlue ecIlted by Lila MeClure
Mary Bellman Denaia DaItoa EdltoriaI8taff
The MIAMI GAZETTE
Tuesday, December 11, 1973'--
WARREN COUNTY COURT NEWS
November 21
Charlotte Ann Kennedy vs,
Larry Lee Kennedy. divorce.
Atty . Jack Marshal
Darlene Montgomery ve. David
Leslie Montgomery. divorce.
Atty . Fred Ross
Doris Ann Hubbard vs. Ernest
Bruce Hubbard. divorce. Atty .
Tom Kirby
SteUa M. Adkins vs. William D.
Adkins. divorce. Atty . Clinton
Boyd
Lonnie Hatfield vs. R.uby M.
Hatfield. divorce. Atty . Clinton
Boyd
November 23
Linda Lee Stearns vs. William
Edwin Stearns. divorce. Atty .
William Kaufman
Obituaries
Mrs. Winifred Prendergast, age
78, of 4269 Williamson Pl., Cin-
cinnati, Ohio and formerly of ,
Waynesville, passed away
Wednesday at her residence, She
was a member of the St. Mary's
Episcopal Church in Waynes-
ville, and attended the Calvary
Episcopal Church in Cincinnati.
She is survived by a daughter,
Mrs. Alma (Penny) Bylfls, of Cin-
cinnati; a son, James N. Prender-
gast, of Cincinnati; a sister, Mrs.
Helen Secrist, of Harveysburg;
three brothers, James and
Charles Starr, both of Wilming-
ton, Clark, of Xenia; three grand-
children, and several nieces and
Funeral services were
held 10:30 a.m. Saturday at the
Stubbs-Conner Funeral Home,
Waynesville. Rev. Alvin Hanson
officiated. Interment, Miami
Cemetery, Corwin, Ohio.
Leroy A. Hendricks vs. Bessie
L, Hendricks. divorce. Atty .
Vernon Stiver
November 26
Colleen S. Spaeth vs. George W.
Spaeth. Corporal. divorce. Atty .
John Zopff
Nancy E. Tolson vs. Oscar N.
Tolson. divorce. Atty., James
Kirkland
Nannie M. Abney vs. Benny
Abney. divorce. Atty . Stan Kolb
Betty Lou Gilbert vs. Herschel
Gilbert. divorce. Atty.. Jack
Marshall
James D. Conley vs. Kathleen
P. divorce. Atty . Paul
Herdman
Gary N. Sheritt' vs. Carolyn L.
Sheritt. divorce. Atty . Fred C.
Hubbell
Ruth Ann Thomas vs, James E.
Thomas. divorce. Atty,. Morris
J. Turkelson
Shirley N. Bryant vs. Paul E.
Bryant. divorce. Atty . Robert
Hudson
John O. Sandlin vs. Vivian C.
Sandlin. divorce. Atty . Robert
Hudson
City of Mason vs. The John
(Continued on page 7)
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Tuesday, December 11, 1973
WAYNESVILLE HIGH SCHOOL ACTIVITIES
Dec. 12 Assembly for
Freshmen at 1:36 in the
gym.
Dec. 16--Seniors purchase
portraits in room 102
(10:33-11:57) .
Dec. 13--Drill Team Boo-
sters meet at 7 in room 102
Christmas Concert (Music
Dept.) 7:30, Gym.
Dec. 19--Faculty Christ-
mas Dinner, Kings Inn.
Dec. 21--LitUe Miami H
(Pep Rally 10:03-10:33)
school dismissed at 1:21. Dec. 14--Blanchester A
No pep ralIy. Dec. 24-31-- No School--
MERRY CHRISTMAS. Dec. 15 Greenview H;
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TEAS and JAMS
OLD FASHIONED
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Frl 11-9; Sat & Sun 11-6
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The MIAMI GAZETfE
Around Town With M.B.
PACK 51
Pack 51 held their monthly
meeting Nov. 28 at 7:30 pm at St.
Mary E. Church. Lots of fun was
had by all the boys with games
and competition between the
Cub Scouts , and Wuebblo. The
coIlages were judged by Carolyn
Elcook selecting Churck Parks as
winner . Congratulates Chuck.
Those boys receiving Scout
awards were: Weblow-- Patrick
Lander received his Engineer
Pin; Cub Scout--Mike Fox
received his Gold Arrow, Scott
Lander received his Gold Arrow,
James Grice received his Bob
Cat, Estil Parks received his Cub
Master Patch, Rob Rickt..y re-
'ceived his Den Chief Cord, Ron
Kronenberger received his
2-Year Den Chief Star. Anyone
interested in working with Pack
51 in any small way please con-
tact Mrs Carol Ghearing 897-7401
or Mr, Estil Parks 897-6115.
We have three new boys
r egister in the paS{> several
weeks were: Kevin Elcook,
James Grive and Ty Craycraft.
The Pack and our sponsor the
WaynesvilIe Rotary Club wish to
welcome you boys into Scouts.
Own Committee: I.R. -- Craig
Francisco, Committee Chairman-
Judy Kronenberger, Cub Mast-
er-- Estil Parks, Sec. Treas. --
Carols. Ghearing, Den Leader--
Carol Ghearing, Weblow Lead-
er-- Lonnie Thracker, Refresh-
ments-- Nancy Thracker and
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Carole Parks, Weblow Den
Chief--Ronnie Kronenberger, and
Den 1 Den Chief--Rob Rickey.
A special Christmas Pack
meeting in which alI parents and
interested boys are cordiaIly in-
vited to attend Dec 19th at St.
Mary at 7:30 pm.
TROOP 40
Troop 40 Committee and Scouts
wishes to thank all those who
brought in their paper or saved it
for our pick-up on Sat. Dec. 8th.
Anyone who has papers accumu-
lating too much for their own
storage, before the next colIec-
tion, please call 897 -5369 or
897-5861.
The Troop held a campout at
Camp Hook on Dec. 1 and 2, This
was for Second Class Advance-
ment and service projects.
During an Order of the Arrow
meeting. in November, Mally
Patton was elected Chief of O.A.
of Wischixin District. Roger St.
John became chapter vice-chief.
New Arrival
Lance Corporal and Mrs.
Courtney Stamper are announc-
ing the birth of their first child a
daughter Jennifer Louise on
December 4 at Kettering
Memorial Hospital. The young
miss tipped the scales at 5 Ibs 15
ozs. The proud grandparents are
Mrs. Marjorie Stamper of LytIe
and Mr. Maynard Stamper of
Waynesville, Mr. arid Mrs. Fred
Stewart of Kettering and Mr.
Will Ross great-grandfather of
LytIe. Corporal Stamper is servo
ing aboard ship in the Mediter-
renan.
Sheeting Needed by
Cancer Society
Sheeting is needed by the
American Cancer Society for
cancer pads and dressings.
Deliver them to the office at 126
E. Mulberry St. in Lebanon.
Phone 932-6899 for information.
The Faith and Hope Circle
joined in having the December
birthday party for residents of
Quaker Heights. A resident of
the home Mrs, Mary MarshaIl
will be 100 years old on
December 26. The group met on
Monday December 3 .
The Progressive Women's Club
met December 5 at the Town
Square Restaurant,
Mildred Foster a retired
teacher from YelIow Springs
gave an informal demonstration
on candle making.
All members are urged to get
their money donation or gift for
Christmas giving for shut-ins. It
can be left at the Red Shed
Antique Shop or at the license
bureau with Mrs. Becky McFar-
land.
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With ne utfal be i ge tone s
WAYNESVILLE '
Lumber and Supply
897-2966
'LEBANON PARTS Co
HOURS:
MONDAYthru FRIDAY 8:00A.M. to 8:00P.M.
SATURDAY 8:00 A.M. to 4:00 P.M.
nesvilla Ohio Ph. 891-6015
Many items for $1.00 and up
Layaway Master Olarge
Crawford's Gifts
The UnusuolShoppe
57 South Main ST. W.yn ..... Ohio
(513)
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BELLF AIR COUNTRY STORE
SUMMER OF 74
Tee Cream Parlor early opening
featuring Gem City Ice Cream
22 FLAVORS
Ellis Super Valu
Mon 9 pm .
G' ';. Sundays 10 am to 7 pm
.....
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I Colonial Pure Cane I
: SUGAR Fryers I .
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FLORIDA ZIPPER SKIN
DINNERS
Tangerines
2 f f oz PKG 8
2 doz
Chlcken, Salisbury Steak,
Turkey, MeatLoaf
176 size Ib
The MIAMI GAZETTE Tuesday, Deeembe, 11, 1973 , I
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If "Just AnOld-Fasli;
,
Christmas is a time of family
reunions and of Christmas
parties of large and small gifts.
Its a time of fruit cakes, socks
filled with oranges and hard rock
candy.
Maybe this year candy canes
and strung popcorn will make a
big return as Christmas tree
decorations.
Old fashion treats, ice cream
and penny candies are the
specialty of local grocer, Pete
Deis. Pete deals in jaw breakers
and licorice with the younger set
at his country store in
ForAn

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Waynesville.
Looking like deli
these are reaUy cal
decorate his moth' l
Dave . Hisey m .'
industrial arts cla."
ville High. Mrs. 1:;
Donna Huffman .
them.
Miriam Sullivan
Supply Company I
State University af
potatoe users se'
basket packing
store dispay
occupied by

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Ph 746-4461
Open 7 am
6 Days A Week '
Next Door To King Kwlk
BAKER'S--
House of F abr ie
and Uniforms
153 S Main st
Springboro, Ohio
746-1836
SPECIAL CHRlSTMAS HOURS
Mon - Frl . 9:30-5:30
Sat 9:30-5:00
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DEC 16th ONLY
from 12:00 to 5:00 pm
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Pecans Ib aoc
Salted Peanuts Ib 69c
Peanut Clusters Ib 79c
Chocolate Drops ': Ib 69c
Assorted Bon Bons . ' Ib 69c.
Miriam SulliVan fa paeldllU fruit basketslD her old fuhioDeci fruit and veptable muket. ODe .....
beeD ill the produce buaiDe .. for 18 years. She fa aIeo aeIIfag brNd, bas, auadI. and Data
preseDt time. She is of the FiratChareh of Christ ID this ...... iowa. feels we .,._
put ChrI.t Drlt ill Chriatmu Uld ill o_ar everyday Uv ... U you are IDterelte\lfa bujlaa these &,It,
basket. wholeule to re8l11e for orpaiutioDS, tnata for ehJIdna or sChOof .
make mooey for their clus treuary or RalDbow ...... or Boy ad Girl Seoat.jiashd
talk with Mr SuDiVUl .lIld abe will help you. She fa authoriaecl to take food atuaps. I have"
noticed there are lot of the towa,re I haYeD" _yeti Why? Jut Ip the ...... ;
the Miami Gazette aDd 'ura. " _ J' ,I l>. ,. . .
:" .
Tue"" iI, 1973'
ned Christmas"
sundaes,
made to
table.
them in '
at Waynes
left and
admire
antique cars.
She put Waynesvillians to work
packing the baskets and
packaging fruit and nuts for
Bengal's games.
Over at Waynesville High
School, Mrs. Kathleen Barnhouse
gave her final in cake decoration;
a cake decorated as a basket with
flowers. Left to right are: Mrs.
Warner Mitchell, Mrs. Bill
Hadley. Mrs. Barnhouse and
Mrs. Anthony Vint are in the
midst of the flowery finals. At far
right. Mrs. Hadley decorates her
cake.
I Selection of Christmas Gifts See the
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Tueaday, December 11, 1973
THE WAYNESViLLE SPARTANS downed Clinton-Massie 71 to 52. Ted
Borgerding playing hUi best game of the season sparked an early lead. The scoring
was prolific (in Waynesville that's pronounced Pro-Liffick). In photo one Spartan
Steve Stanley soars to pass. Photo two shows David Blair shooting; the rebound was
made by Ted Borgerding 1112. In photo three, Spartan Cris Plummer shoots.
Statistics of the game follow: Clinton Massie--D. 2, S, 7; DellI, 0, 2; George 2,
0,4; Benett 9,3,21; Wilkinson 5, 2 12; Lewis I, 0, 2; H. McVay 2, .0, 4. Waynesville--
Hofacre 7,0,14; Kidd 2, 6,10; Cornett 7, 3,17; Stanley 3,2,8; Crump 4, 1,9; Borger-
ding B, 2, 8; Plummer I, 3, 5. Waynesville's Reserve Team won 42 to 37.
SPRINGBORO DEFEATED FRANKLIN 71-65 at Springboro gym Saturday night.
The reserve game was also Springboro's 68-52. A lot of fouling in the reserve game
caused the varsity game to start one-half hour late. In photo one Springboro Mike
Burnett #22 looks for a receivers, Chuck Mockabee, #44. In photo two, Springboro' s
Dennis Hall sinks another two points. Totals for the game Springboro 71. Burnett 6,
Chesney 16, Hall 10, Mockabee 17, Charlton 4, Delaney 2, Mike Flynn 7, Tony Keen 9.
Fra nklin 65, Collins 2, Boal 8, Carpenter 14, Spencer 16, Williams 9, Allen 8, Ritz 6,
McDale 2. Lebanon dropped a painful Wrestling meet with Fairfield, 37 to 10. In
photo three, Mark Esselmal l, Lebanon Warrior and Joe Peacock, Fairfield Indian,
angle for a take down. Their match ended in a draw 2-2. Warriors wrestle Talawanda
6:30 p.m. Dec. 15 at Oxford. The Lebanon Varsity Basketball Team ,defeated Miamis-
burg 50-41 Friday night. Totals for the game: Lebanon 50, Meinscatt 0, Reutschle 10,
Strider 9, Amburgy 2, George 18 and Testerman 2, Miamisburg 41, Cook 14, Imes 7,
Stuck 2, Hatner 5, Schmitz I, Thompson 24, Bartlett 6 and Mote 2.
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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 downin black
and white in our Mobile
Homeowners Policy so that we
would pay those additional
living expenses while repairs
are being made. Yes, it's
altogether more than just fi n
insurance! Home. conten' 3
personal liability and mar y
more coverages are altc,J ,ther
now In one convenient ;:lollcy.
Give us a call.
INSURANCE AGENC
Ph 897-4966
or 897-6011
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Waynesville, Ohio
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ROOFING
DAL ELLIOTT
All leading brandsfree esti-
mates 897-7851
WAYNESVILLE A UTOS* 172
North St., 897-4036. (You get
more used car here.)
CARPETS
--------------- . -....... --.-_ .... __ ..... _ .. _-
Bi-Rite Carpet & Tile. 140 S.
. Main St.. Carpet, floors,
ceramic, ceilings, 897-5511
Waynesville 222-5608 Dayton.
DEPARTMENT STORES
MILLERS DEPT. STORE
COURT NEW$--
(Continued from page 2)
Mueller Co . Appropriation by a
Public Agency. Atty., Paul
Weber
November 28
Shirley W. Shepard et.al. vs.
John M. Sawyer. judgement.
Atty., Fred Ross
Preferred Risk Mutual Ins Co ..
vs. William Fee, jUdgement,
Atty., John Breidenbach
Wash Pennington et.al. vs.
William Woods. jUdgement,
Atty., Mark Clark
Ronald D. Conger vs. Helen I.
Conger. divorce, Atty., Mark
Clark
Suzanne Taylor vs . John
Taylor. divorce, Atty., Mark
Clark
James Oliver Salyer et.al. vs.
Eugene Frederick Wright,
STUBBS-
CONNER
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The MIAMI GAZETTE
judgement, Atty.. Marshall
Massie
November 29
Margaret Y. Burton vs. Norman
Burton, divorce. Atty., L. Ritz
Judy Kay Adkins vs. Terry
Gene Adkins, divorce. At.ty.,
William F. Clinard
Carol Savage vs. Grover
Savage. divorce, Atty., H. O.
Finkelman
Russell Plymate, Jr. vs.
Marcella N. Plymate, divorce.
Atty., Neal Bronson
Cynthia A. Lakes vs. Jade L.
Lakes, divorce, Atty., James
Ruppert
Marguerite J . Corwin vs. James
B. Corwin, divorce, Atty., ;Jack
Marshall
November 30
Emmett Arnold Eltzroth vs.
Jo Ann Eltzroth, divorce, Atty.,
Paul Herdman
STEVE CONNER - DIRECTOR
897-5966
Ambulance Service By Appt.
185 N. Main, Waynesvllle
Frank Norman vs. Ethel
Norman. divorce. Atty.. Paul
Herdman
Patricia Combs vs. Charles
Combs. divorce. Atty . Clinton
Boyd
Joseph Terry et.al. vs. Wilma
Testerman et.ai., judgement.
Atty., Scott Ray
December 3
Danny L. Holliday vs. Kay
Holliday. divorce. Atty.. John
Zopff
Patricia Ann Morgan vs. John
Charles Morgan, divorce. Atty ..
James Ruppert
R. L. Baumann eLal. vs
Nationwide Ins. Co .. eLal.,
judgement. Atty . Morris Turkel-
son
Nationwide Mutual Ins. Co. vs.
Dorsey Fox. judgement, Atty.,
Mark Clark
Deeember4
McKinley Federal Savings &
Loan Assoc., vs. Ronald Johnson.
et.al.. foreclosure. Atty_. James
Hickey
George Tye vs. Dorothy S. Tye.
divorce, Atty . Ed Cranmer
Lowell L. Statton vs. Bette J.
Statton. divorce, Atty.. Fred
Hubbell
Gary Stoddard vs. Coates Sales
& Service Inc . et.al., judgement,
Atty . John Quinn
Josephine Wampler vs. Charles
Cecil Wampler. divorce, Atty ..
John Quinn
Calinda Sue Anglin vs. William
,.. .... ___ - ... .. _____ ,-.._, J. Anglin, et.al.. divorce, Atty.,
-
Max Finkelman
0Tj // (I.J ( L? / Mary E. Williams vs. A.
J h,e C::Z;. ToOOR Johnson. et.al.. judgement,
(/
Atty., Robert Hudson
f&
Cheryl Patterson, a minor vs.
/J7)U I Thelma Bowshier, judgement,
Yt r.;oU./ (/
Atty., Stanley Kolb
We've got new carpet in the lobby, children's department and
reference and adult reading room. Drop by for a look and while
you're here select some reading material for those inclement
autumn days ahead. Don't miss our cartful of books on sale for
15 and 25 cents in the lobby.
Artist of the Month: Willa Stanforth, New Vienna
4th STREET WAYNESVILLE, OHIO PH. 897-4826
HEATING AND
AIR CONDITIONING
Charles W. LeMay, et.al. vs.
Ron R. Kronenberger, judge-
ment. Atty .. Mark Clark
Joseph Reeves vs. Kathleen L.
Reeves. divorce, Atty.. Mark
Bogan
Brenda Moore vs. Jeffrey
Moore. divorce, Atty., Mark
Clark
December 5
Carol Boger vs. Raymond
Boger. divorce, Atty.. Mark
Clark
PAINT & WALLPAPER
Pqe 7
December 6
Robert L. Maybury, et.al. vs.
Michael F. O'Donne.U, judge-
ment. Atty . Ed Cranmer
State of Ohio, Dept of Mental
Health vs. Louis Chamberlin,
Admin . judgement. Atty., Rob-
ert F. Kobee
Buckeye Union Ins. Co. vs.
Ernestine Elder. et.al.. declara-
tory jUdgement, Atty., William
Kaufman
Lana J 0 Orth vs. Carl R. Orth,
divorce, Atty., Vincent Sisson
Waynesville Natl. Bank vs.
Charles Price, et.al. , foreclosure,
Atty., John Oswald
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over 25 words 2 cents
extra per word.
FOR SALE
For Sale: Firewood - delivered
and stacked, good hardwood
and split wood. Call 897-4683
49c-2
For Sale: Star 8 x 12 mounted
Tom Tom, blue sparkle almost
new head. Consolette (regular)
type mount. $25 or best offer .
Call 897 -5921 till 5 after till 9 call
897-5826.
...
FOR RENT
For bedroom apt. with
stove, refrigerator, total carpet,
electric heat, children accepted
also private entrance. Phone
4352359.
SITUATIONS
WTO
Wanted: Park Grounds Manager.
Working supervisor. Experi-
enced and successful in park
maintenance, outdoor work,
supervision arid with eq uip-
ment. Centerville-Washington
Park District. 513-294-4008 for
information.
K.S.A. Realty 88 S. Main St.
897-3501.
Call
897-5921
DON'S PAINT & W ALLP APER See us for your Real Estate
MOORE'S STORE
Downtown Lebanon. toys. gifts,
auto parts.
25 E Mulberry Phone 9326966
DRY CLEANERS
Washington Square Laundromat
and Dry Cleaners 88 S. Main St.
897-5961.
FLORIST
CEDAR CITY FLORIST, Finest
Flowers & Gifts, 123 E. Mul
berry St., Lebanon. Ohio
932-2916
UNIVERSAL HEATING AND
AIR CINDITIONING. welding
and repair. portable equipment.
Marvins Lane 897-4936 Busi-
ness, If no answer call 932-4323
INSURANCE
THE NATIONAL LIFE & AC-
CIDENT INSURANCE CO.
(Grand Ole Opry People) Fred
Napier agent 897-3111
PAINTING
107 E. Mulberry St. needs. Jean Younce 897-4433.
Lebanon, Ohio 932-2930 Associate Elder Realty 885-5863
PHARMACIES
LOVELESS PHARMACY
Professional Prescription serv-
ice 33 S. Main Street 897-7076
PHOTOS
V ALLEY VIEW PHOTOS
9 E. Main St Lebanon, Ohio
932-6307
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PLUMBING AND HEATING
W. W. COVEY
Plumbing and Heating 177 Fifth
St. 897-6431
LYNN FIELDS, 7956 Cahall PI
Waynesville; 1-885-5453 or 897-
6055; Camfield Company Inc.
433-9912 or 897-6055.
SUPER MARKETS
ELLIS SUPER V ALU quality
and low prices open till nine, 7
days a week, phone 897-5001.
WAYNESVILLE MARKET
69 S. Main 8t. 897-5941 Meat
Specialists

Dick Campbell -- interior. exte-
rior. commercial, residential.
Phone 897-5644
REAL ESTATE ' WESTERN SuPPLIES
61 S. Main St . 897-4948 Wear- WAYNESVILLE FURNITURE
ing apJ)lU'el 'for the ANp 'GIFT waiIpaper
CHARLES MILLER, Interior WORKMAN & lJELCHER HORSE AND BUGGY SHOP.
painting, free - estimates REALTY CO. Real Estate & . Corner of Broadway and Silver,
": , ' , . ,. ,.-, , ';""'''and drap,ries - 897-4971 .
E ... Salea,. 75 S. MaiD St.., 4eJ:anon ..
WiynesVtlle,O'irio. 897-2946 Dayton and your horse.
..
PaceS
TinS UNUSUAL OAK
drop front desk with
carved oak design is on dis-
play at a local antique
dealers. The doll shown on
the desk is a Shirley
Temple. The cream and
pitcher are Bavarian
marked and show an Arab
design.
WAYNESVILLE ANTIQUE DEALER Bill Stubbs teaches a
course in antiques at the Adult Education Mini School. Here he
di scusses art glass with student Art Schwarz. Other interested
students are Clara Head and Marge Coffman.
The little Red Shed
ANTIOUES
MAIN STREET
WAYNESVILLE. OHIO
PHONE 897-6326
c; 1 U F
STORE
I Line - Dtalers Welcome
MON. BY CHANCE
TUES. THRU SAT. 10-5:00
OPEN SUNDAY 1-5 P.M.
107 S. Main St.
Waynesville, Ohio
1(513) 862-51811
VISit W.yno .. illo, Othor
Fino Antiquo Sho"
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THE 70 YEAR OLD Oregonia Bridge is being renovated. Seout Troop W38t from the Salem and
Hillcrest area of Dayton paused during their Silver Moccasin Trail hike to admire the Bridge
which spans the Little Miami River on Oregonia Road in Warren Copnty.
HAWK
Old lie ...
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THE 1835 HOUSE
11IE 1835 trol
55 S. Maln St. Springboro. Ohio
Tues, Thurs. Sat & Sun
1 - 5 pm
"BROWSE THltOUGH
THREE SHOPS"

COUNTRY FURNIITIJRE
EARLY ACCESSORIES
VICTORIAN and GLASSWARE
HAY'S
Furniture
Stripping
"REVOLUTIONARY
NEW METHOO"
THE SAFE PROCI:.SS
FurnIture Now
with This Method! All Paint and
Varnish Removed Froln Wood 0
Metal No Lye or Harst: AClCh t'.eel .
SATISFACTION GlJARANTFEO
Phol1le .97-3513
IHB&MEI'
invites to
spend. few
minutes to
see the
biggest antique
in town
The 148 )Iear old
Grist Mill
where you" also
find. wide
8880rtmellt of
contemporary
gifts displAyed
in au atmosphere
reminillCent of au
old country store.
Wlldmans Varlt1es
Hard Candy--Enract
W tl're just a few minutes
down the hill from
WaynesviIle on Rt. 42
(III mile north of Rt. 73) ,
c..e \JI'"
TRY US \FOR
A CHANGE
RESTAURANT and COFFEE SHOP
--located in--
Washington square Shopping Center

0000
. I Chicken-To-Go 8911801 FAMILY
...... - Flavor:'Crisp - ' DINING
WaynesvUle. Ohio Don Scott--owner
r." South Mo'n Street ,...--,
Ohio 45062
a. .... ."... HRS: Saturday-Sunday 12-5:30
AlUA CHINA - GLASS - FURNITIJRE
PRIMITIVES - ACCESSORIES
OF WASHINGTON SQUARE

, Phon. 513-8975843
D' .
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, Open 50'., & Sun. t,
t s. Main at MiamI St. Noon- 6:00 . ,
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Waynesville Ohio 45068 Antiqu of All P.rlod. t
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Bough. & Sold

iW. The Villoge Antique Shop
ANTIQUES 143 E. HIGH ST.
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WAYNESVILLE, OHIO
General line of Antiques MON. & TUES. BY
WED. THRU SAT. 96 J
LENA SHULL SUNDAY 12.6 5
OPEN 7 DAYS A WEEK
HISLE'S BUGGYWHEEL ANTIQUES
Furniture & Miscellaneous Items
84 SECOND STREET CORWIN, OHIO
Evan's Antique Shop
WAYNESVILLE, OHIO PHONE: 932-7264
Hrs: 3:30-5:30; MOD Ihru Sat & Sun
Vol. 5, No. 51
"Hallelujah Chorus"
Sung Tonight At Springboro
'The Springboro High School
Music Department will present
the Junior Choir and Senior
Choirs in a Christmas Concert to-
night at Springboro High School
at 8 pm.
"The Hallelujah Chorus" from
the Messiah by Handel will be
featured by the Senior Choir.
The Junior Choir will sing "How
Many Miles To Bethlehem" by
Ingram.
David P. Leist, vocal music
director will direct the concert of
religious music associated with
the Christmas holiday. Jeff
Storie Choir president will con-
duct "The Little Drummer Boy"
by Simeone.
Featured solists include Sopran-
o Shirley Purkey and Sheri Rey-
nolds, Alto Sheryl Perrin, and
Tenor John McCollor.
Linda Stahl and Teresa Hirsch-
bach accompany the Senior
Choir; Karen Hirschback, the
junior Choir.
There is no admistion charge:
the public is cordially hlvited 'to
attend.
ALTO SHERYL PERRIN
will sing "Give the Gift of
Christ" in concert tonight
at Springboro High School.
Miss Perrin, who has sung
in choirs since she was
four, is a member of the
Far Hills Youth Choir at
Far Hills Baptist Church.
She plans a career in
Christian Vocal Music after
graduation. She is the
daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
James T. Perrin, S'pring-
boro.
Historical Society Sets CommunHy Program
\ The Waynesville Historical
Society met on December 12 at 8
p.m. at the Mary L. Cook
Library. The group held a
business meeting with the main
item of business being the up-
coming Christmas program in-
volving the entire community.
Members Bill Stubbs, Betty
Cleveland, and Ed Hass are in
charge of the program.
The community program will
get underway at 8:30 Christmas
Eve at the Log Cabin on Miami
St. next to the Waynesville Post
Office.
The log cabin will be the scene
lighting luminarias the lighting
of candles iii big brown bags.
Following will be the living
picture of a pioneer Christmas in-
side the log cabin. A small coral
group will be leading and singing
a community sing. Rev. Ted
Smith of St. Mary's Episcopal
Church will read the Christmas
story. There will be an optional
gift exchange for the public with
a maximum price of $1.00.
A committee has been set up to
write the by laws, constitution,
and prepare necessary details for
their charter. To serve on the
committee are Ted Smith, Betty
Cleveland, Ann Clenny, Ed Hass,
and Glynn Marsh.
The speaker for their meeting
was Raymond Braddock who
spoke about Quaker History.
St. Patrick's And St. Mlly's To Hold
Dvistmas Eve Services
The Episcopal Church in War-
ren County will celebrate the
birth of Christ with candlelight
services at eleven thirty on
Christmas Eve. \
At St. Patrick's in Lebanon the
combined choirs' under the direc-
tion of Mrs. William Donovan
will sing "On Christmas Night,"
"Hodie Christus Natus Est" and
"Sing Gloria" as anthems.l>uring
the communion of the people
they will sing "In the Bleak Mid-
wiDter," "Christmas Commun-
ion;" and "StUI, Still, Still." Con-
will include
"0 Come: .. "God
Re!S,\ , Ye Gentlemen,"
"The;1 . n r IJttle
Night, Holy Night," and "Joy to
the Worldl" The Rev. EdwardJ.
Smith will celebrate the Holy
Communion and deliver the
Christmas message, "What ChUd
is This?"
At St. Mary's in Waynesville
the congregational singing will
include "0 Come, All Ye
Faithful," "It Came Upon the
Midnight Clear," "The First
Nowell," "SUent Night, Holy
Night," "AngellJ We Have
Heard," "Hark! the Herald
Angels SQlg" and "Joy to the
World." The Rev. Donald Farrow
will celebrate the Holy 'Commun-
ion and deliver the sermon. Miss
Denise Davis is the orppist.
On Christmas , Day the Holy
CommulUon will be c;elebr.ted by
Fr. at 9, ' AM at St.
Patrick's and at-l0:16 AM at St:
'M4I'1's.: .' '.... . ,;
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Established "
Feb.
1850

Second class postage paid al Waynesville. Ohiu
Tuesday, December 18, 1.973
DR DAN BECKER, newly elected Waynesville Area ChAmber
of Commerce President led a group of young Waynesvillians in
decorating the towns tree. For more photos and story see pages l '
4 and 6.
STEVE SHUTTS and John Shaw helped decorate the down-
town area of Lebanon with scenes and Christmas posters
painted on the glass windows. This painting took 12 hours to
complete and is on Steve's father's store on Mulberry Street in
Lebanon.

Copy tOe
Sheriff Wallace's
Xmas Surprise Is
IIHideaway Weekend"
Employees of the Warren
County Sheriffs Department
surprised Sheriff and Mrs.
Wallace with a certificate for an
all expense paid "hideaway
weekend" during the employee's
party held Sunday at the Ameri-
can Legion in Lebanon. Seventy
persons attended the annual
event.
The Chief Dflputy, CoL Ferrell
Baker, received luggage as his
gift from the department. Em
ployees received hand made ce-
ramic ashtrays. bearing the
Sheriffs Department emblem.
the handiwork of Mrs. Millie
Settlemire. also a deputy. Her
talents were further displayed in
the catered dinner. which in
cluded cakes she baked.
The party committee included:
CoL Baker, Capt. Bill Montgom
ery; Sgt. and Mrs. Don Settle
mire; and John Lawhorn, a
Special Deputy who was in
of The
dinner was followed by a gift ex
change and dancing to the music
provided by Charley Sidebottom
and his country and western
group.
Special guests were: Captain
Mel Ray, who heads the Sheriffs
Posse, and Mrs. Ray, and CoL
Ralph Todd, head of the Warren
County Emergency Police, and
Mrs. Todd.
Waynesville C of C
Holds Election
The Waynesville area Chamber
of Commerce held its first
election of officers Tuesday, De
cember 11, at the Town Square
Restaurant.
Dr. Dan Becker was elected
president; Bill Stubbs. vice pres
ident; Mrs. David Eaton, secre-
tary and Clyde Hale. treasurer.
Sally Smith and Earl Conner
were elected to the Board of Di-
rectors for one year; Bob
Chapman and Charlie Morgan,
two years. Two more directors
will be appointed.
Letters To Santa
Dear Canta Sauz (Santll Claus),
My nanie is Trevar. I've been
good. I want Canta Sauz bring
me two trUcks, .two calrs, a big
cycle, a treen that goes round
. and round in circle and I don't
want a baby doll Please bring
pap-pa)V and daddy a lbeer and
mommy a popsi. .
Trevar Gasaway
.w,.t three
near Santa Claus,
My name is Debby WUson and I
I live in WayneSVille, Ohio. Please
bring me
1. Record player
2. Big Wheel
8. Baby Doll
4. Game of Life
Please Santa give all the kids
nice toys too--I like share.
Debby Willson
Dear Santa Claus,
My name is Molly Willson and I
live in Waynesville, Ohio. Please
send me
1. Big Wheel
2. Game of Life
8. Baby Doll
4. Telephone
Please /pve toys to all the kids-
I share.
. Molly WDlson
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Waynesville High School
Presents Program
LLOYD K BLEVINS directs the Waynesville High School Band
in a program of Christmas Music given by the Music Depart
ment December 13.
RIGHT, BETH SNODDY turns pages for accompanist Denise
Davis. Left, the choir sings under the direction of R. L. Gradel
at the Waynesville High School Christmas Program.
WANTED: FUGITIVE
IN RED SUIT AND BEARD
This man was last seen violating all speed
limits, driving a sled-like vehicle pulled by
various animals. Subject In question was rath-
er rotund, clad In a red suit and cap, black
boots, has a white beard and was carrylnr a
large bar. He was headinr north. '
Due to his great speed and large sack, he
Is wanted for questioning. We have also been
notified that he has been spreading cheer and
&,ood will. Reward for making contact with
this subject will be a Merry Christmas and
an Happy New Year.
"A GREAT MANY PEOPLE ENTRUST US
t..wlth their preKriptiona, heal&h needs aDd other
pharmaey product.. We conalder tbla tnut
prlvllere aDd a duty. May we be your penoaal
ramUy phanD&c:y'"

THE MIAMI GAZETTE
P.O.Bo1l325, WaYDeaville - PboDe 897-5921
Thil Illue edited by Lila McClure
The MIAMI GAZE:TTE
'7- t.;.. .
MARY ALICE PRENDERGAST
was on her way to pt lckup the
new car a (Duster) she won on
the Bob Braun T.V. Show. She
had never won anything in her
life until last week. Miss Pren
dergast is a music teacher, teach
ing piano and vocal lessons to
children and adults in the
Waynesville area. attended
Wright State University.
Late Christmas
Eve Service
There will be a 11 p.m. Christ
mas Eve Service at the United
Methodist Church again this
year.
The service will f'eature the
Chancel Choir and several special
numbers interspersed by short
messages by the pastor.
PLEADS GUIL.TY
Warren County Common Pleas
Court Judge DaniEll Fedders,
Monday, heard Ricky R.
Marsden, 21, 122 S. Main St.,
Waynesville, enter guilty pleas
to two counts of breaking aQd
entering an inhabited dwelling
and one count of larc,eny of a
arm.
Sentencing was deferred pend
ing completion of a presentence
investigation.
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EdI;"1tt:!"" to
M . AND MRS. C. P. (TOOT) ELLIS will celebrate their 60th
wedding anniversary on December 27. They reside at 822 N.
East St in Lebanon. The Ellis family were former Waynesville
residents. They resided here for several years. They have one
son Eldon (Tootie) Ellis of Lebanon, and one daughter, Mrs.
Freda Miller who resides in Dayton. Mr. Ellis celebrated his
84th birthday on December 17. The couple plan no celebration
for the occasion.

964 W Main St ':.:.
DANCING 10 PM - 2 AM . I
$12 Per Couple - Lunch RESV 932-5901
L-.. ____ Music by the Niteliferi-----I
How
tQ11
Cau
Cbitstmas
It seems everyone wants to ph(\ne out-of-town
friends and relatives .on Christmas Eve and
Christmas night. That's fine, except . .. with
everyone calling around the same time, long dis-
tance circuits get overloaded and many calls are
either delayed or fail to get through at all. This is
why United offers holiday ratesa# day Christmas.
When you call Christmas this dial direct
anytime during Christmas Day. Your calls will
go through faster and you'll save money too.
Helping you say Merry Ch,istmas to is
one way United says Merry Christmas to you. .
"If
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Taelday, Deeember 18, 1973
Meny Christman and Happy Hunting
TERRY HISLE, Springboro, readied his arrows for the Deer
Season in Northern Pennslyvania. He expects to hunt during
the holidays in an area where the deer are overpopulated.
"There are several struck and killed on the Pennslyvania roads
daily. The reason for, this is that the farmers, because of the wet
weather, were unable to harvest their crops last winter and the
deer had 'an abundant food supply," he stated. Hisle makes his
own arrows. He is shown here mounting a convertable tip to the
arrow which will enable him to convert easily from hunting to
target points. The arrow is feathered with dyed turkey
feathers.
The Episcopal Church WelcomBs You
St Patrick's - Lebanon St Mary's - WaynesYille
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STUBBS-
CONNER
FUNERAL HOME
SERVING ALL FAITHS
STEVE CONNER - DIRECTOR
897-5966
Ambulance Servlce By Appl. 185 N. Maln, Waynesv1lle
20 LB Potatoes
59
,
Armour Salami
89'
LB
Ham Salad '79' LB
QUEEN CITY
Pork & Beef Loaf
$1
79
LB
BONELESS
Beef Roast
$1
35
I LB
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Order' your Hams, Turkeys,
and Oysters now!

CLOSED
Christmas Eve 5 pm
The MIAMI GAZETrE
Show Boat Ferry Gals
Win Achievlements
The Show Boat Ferry Gals LJ -H
Club met on November 27, at the
Waynesville United Methodist
Church for their achievements.
Approximately thirty parents
and members attended. Cindy
Kier, Jr Girl Safety speech
winner, gave her speech -- Safety
In the Home. Judi Rye, Jr.
Leadership Camp Ohio winner,
gave a resume of her camp we:ek,
encouraging junior leadership
' enrollment. Liz Self also
attended Citizenship Short
Course in Washington, D.C.
The following membE!rs were
recognized. County Fair winners
were Jr. Host and Hostess, Julie
Kier. International Foods, Cindy
Kier. Honorable memUon,
Louann Self, Louise Anderson,
Judie Rye, Denise Davis.
The Outdoor Cookery A ward
was also won by the Club.
Overall County Fair Foods
winner was Julie Kier. Out-
standing of the Day at State
Fair, Julie and Cindy Kier.
Family vegetable garden, Rose-
mary Keethler. Clothi ng winners
were: Clothing Compliments,
Cheryl Hamm, and Honorable
mention, Liz Self.
The Tailoring went to Cheryl
Hamm. Formal was Karen
Borgerding. Honorable mentions
were Rosemary Keethler; se-
cond, Judie Rye. Miss Unique
A ward was Liz Sell. And for
Lounging Clothes, Honorable
mention, Louann Self.
School Clothes winners were
Carla Hansard and Julie Kier.
The Club's "good cooks'' pre-
pared a lovely punch and cookie
party for their guests.
Club Advisors are Mrs. Sally
Anderson, Mrs. Lawrence
Keethler, and Mrs. John R. Self.
MARK "TREE" STANLEY took time out to admire the art
work of Lee Buckle a second year art student whose giant
Christmas card was displayed at the Christmas Concert Thurs-
day night.
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WA YNESVILLE MARATHON]
Front End alignment
J74 Main Sf
One Day Dry Cleaning Service
SeN Service Laundry. Featuring New Washers
OPEN Mon thru Frl - 8 am to 9 pm
. Saturday .. 8 am to 7 pm
SundiLY - lOam to 6 pm
r----WASHINGTON SQUARE -----,
LAUNDROMAT and DRY CLEANERS
Waynesvi/le,Ohio '
88 S. Main St. 897-5961
Pap'S .
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Mrs. Nannie Freeze is shown
looking at her birthday card she
received from President Richard
M. Nixon on Monday, December
10. She celebrated her 91st
birthday on Sunday, December
16.
President Sends
Birthday Greetings
A Friends Home resident Mrs.
Nannie Freeze received a special
birthday card on Monday,
December 10. It was a greeting
from the President of the United
States Richard M. Nixon and
Mrs. Nixon.
Mrs. Freeze was very excited
about receiving the greeting. She
celebrated her 91st birthday on
Sunday December 16.
The card said, "I wish to extend
my warmest congratulations on
the occasion of your birthday.
Mrs. Nixon joins me in extending
best wishes that health and
happiness may always be YOUI s.
Richard Nixon."
Nannie Freeze returned to the
Friends Home two years ago, but
was first there in 1905 at the age
of 23. She was the first cook
hired by the Friends Home. She
said she also "done her share of
dishes." She went from cook and
dishwasher to dining room girl
-waitftig on tables but still
couldn't escape the task of doing
the dishes.
The salary she received in 1905
amount to about $4.00 per week.
She said that was quite different
from what the pay would be now.
Mrs. Freeze was born in
Westboro in Clinton County and
came to Waynesville at the age of
23. She is the only family
member left of a family of nine
children.
The room she now occupies was
the former parlor where she
courted in her younger days. She
was in her thirties when she
married her late husband Ray
Freeze who was a blacksmith in
the Utica, Ohio area for several
years. His family are also aU
deceased. The Freeze's had no
children.
She is busy making a quilt for
her niece who is furnishing the
material, for she admits she
doesn't like sitting around doing
nothing after leading an active
life.
In the evening the residents
keep themselves busy by
1
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cards and bingo. Nannie Freeze
on (1/. (' L? / is right in there still leading an
J h,e eA't oZ. ToOl#C active life, admitting that she
doesn't feel like she is 91 years
fg"61fU/Jf/U ... Old_.
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Meny Christmas 9JemlltJ SIuJp
SPRINGBORO, OHIO
Open 7 am
and Ph .746-4461 6 Days A Week'
Nest Door To Kwlk
A Happy New Year
Closed Dec 2,4 & 25 Dec 31 & Jan 1
4th STREET WAYNESViLLE, oHIO PH. 897-4821
1., " . '
Connie Beck
BOOKKEEPING AND
TAX SERVICE
55 R4.
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CHRISTMAS GIFTS AND APPLIANCES
Good Housekeeping Shop
9 N. Broadway
Phone: 932-1881
Lebanon, Ohio Open til 8 pm Mon & Fri
Don't Forget!
Prepare for those Christmas

: pictures with the right supplies
from
BASHFORD'S
Film Batteries 'flash Bulbs
Polaroid Film Movie Lights Movie Film
Check Your Camera Now
-----Then Come To
BASHFORD'S
12-16 S Broadway Lebanon, Ohio
OPEN 9:30 AM to 8:30 PM
WEEK DAYS TILL CHRISTMAS
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TASTY CHEESES
and Salamies
RED FARM NOTES
TEAS and JAMS
OLD FASHIONED
CANDIES
TOYS
IT'S 'FUN'
to SHOP
at a
COUNTRY
STORE
.'-t;30
Christmas Hours:
Mon, Wed, Thurs, 11-5
Fri 11-9; Sat & Sun 11-6
(Hard Tack-Peanut Brittle CLOSED TUESDAY
Chocolate Drops)
The MIAMI GAZETTE
"Just AnOJd .. Fas
Waynesville's Christmas tree
got decorated Saturday in spite
of the cold and snow and the fact
that the Scouts couldn't find the
lights and some of the decora-
tions fell apart and the cherry
picker scheduled to help with the
tree couldn't make it.
Dr Dan Becker, local dentist
and newly elected Chamber of
Commerce president, led local
Boy Scouts and several other
children who joined the group in
decorating the tree. The tele-
phone company lent its cherry
picker to top off the job.
Dr. Becker stood on the ladder
and someone trying to steady it
I
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For An Unus;
. ... strnas
CJ'he best of hopes are extended to you for a
warm, happy holiday with friends you- hold
near and dear. And it is time to thank you
for your loyal patronage.

ALBUMS S3
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Crawford's Gifts
The Unusual Shoppe
57 South Main St, Waynesville (513) 897-7136
Lebanon Bicycle Shop
Vista
- Nishiki -
Azuki
lifetime Guaranlees
Concord
- Murray -
And Others
Assembled and custom adjusted
FreedeUvery Christmas Eve and
A Happy New Year of Free Service
555N Broadway 9323089
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Hours: 98 Diaily Except Wed & Sun
of Christl!
I
Following
Don's Paint
THIS WEEK OPEN ,
Till 8. .
Thurs, Fri, Sat;
Dec 24 - 8 pm
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TWi.tay . IS; 19'13'
TIle MIAMI GAZETTE
ioned Christmas"
... .
quiped "it's o.k. you can still
practice dentistry with a broken
leg" "How about with a broken
neck?" he replied ..
Someone made hot chocolate
and it didn't seem so cold any
more.
Scouts Mike Anderson. Jeff
Howard and Dave Prjngle founl,l
the chocolate pot made a great
hand warmer.
And tossing an occasional snow
ball was an interesting diversion.
Matt Engle took a turn on the top
of the ladder.
Everyone pitched in and soon
all the decorations made by local
school children decorated the
tree.
2 ml East of Lebanon on Stubbs Mill Rd
* Apples For Christmas *
MON-SAT 8 am - 6 pm- SUN 12 - 6
ual Selection
Gifts
erchants
'Wallpaper
-101 'E. ' Mlillany
at Christmas.
S2S
00
Discount on Z-SO's with this Ad
SEE ALL SEVEN "LlTTLE HONDAs!"r
RADER'S VILLAGE HONDA-I
1 002 W Main Sf. Lebanon, Ohio
(St'Rt 63 at city limit)
932-4004 Open til 8 Mon & Fri
Christmas is a special time
Have a most dei season . . .
and sincerest thanks for your loyal patronage.
Waynesville lumber I Supply Co Call
liz block S. of Penn. Railroad Corwin, Ohio
1\lIi======= STOP AND SAVE ====0'71
LARGE DISCOllNT on
EVERYTHING in Our Store
Furniture, Appliances, TV
Serta mattress
Reclining Chair
Microwave ovens at
Eyler's Furniture & Appliance
70 NORTH MAIN ST. SPRINGBORO
Doll y 9 am - 8 pm except
Wed 9 am - noon Sat 9 am - 5 pm
filled. with merriment for everyone. We hope yours;s exceptionally happy '
since .you -made us happy by beinA a customer and .becominA a Aood friend.
ThfJ Waynesville National Bank
wavnl!IAVlIIIA, MEMBER F.D.I.C. 897-2065
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WA YNESVILLE EASILY WON over Blanehester Friday night, 71-46. Left to right,
Spartan Mark Cornett passes to Hofaeker; WaynesviUe's David Blair is about to pass
to Ted Borgerding; Spartan Steve Stanley moves the baU down court; Mark Stanley
and Mark Cornett, 6'5", WHS senior, claims the baU for the Spartans. Just
visible behind Cornett is Blanchester's Tony Johnson, 5'10" junior; Mitch Oster-
meier, 6'1" BHS senior peers over the shoulder of "43, 6'6" senior Mark Stanley who
scored the 24 of Waynesville's 71 points. Total points statistics follow:
16-33-48-71. Borgerding 2, Cornett 12, Crump 8, Hofacker 12, Kidd 4, Mark Stanley
24, Steve Stanley 9. Blanchester 8-14-28-46. Crup 12, Tony Johnson 12, Burn'Ii' 6, Sam
Johnson 8, Ostermeier 6, Jiodgers 2. Saturday night Waynesville almost lost to
Grennview with everyone pitching in to save tbe game, 47-44 for Waynesville.
statistics follow: Waynesville 14-27-8&47. Cornett 15, Crump 6, Hofaeker 8, Kidd 2,
Marik Stanley 12, Steve Stanley 4. Greenview 7-19-80-44. Murry 4, Lining 10, Pierson
8, J ames 18, Fulk 9.
HELLO WRESTLING FANS. Here's the results of the 80-80 Lebanon-Talawanda
meet fought Saturday at Oxford. Lebanon wrestlers names are first, matches by
weight and points follow: 98 lb. Richard Bush (Pin) - Bob Simpson, 105 lbs Jimmy
Ballard II - J esse Rogers 1. ll2 lbs, Dale Hiteman (pin) - "Lucky" Foust, ll9 lbs,
Jimmy Hiteman 2 - Darrell Johnson 5, 126lbs, Rick Noble 7 - Mike Wilhelm 4,132lbs,
Mark Esselman 0 - Dave Teckman 4,138 lbs, Chuck Henderickson 2 - Scott Kinder 5,
145 lbs, Paul Ballard - Stewart Shephard (pin), 155 lbs, Nevin Essex (pin) - Danny
Abrams, 167 lbs, Herb Nally 2 - Andy Doukas 3,175 lbs, George Kirby - Phil Auble
(pin), 185lbs, Greg Harville (pin) - Rick Sayers and HWT Jeff Lewis - Keith Rogers
(pin)" One teehnical penalty point was charged against Lebanon. In the photos left to
right Dale Hiteman going for the pm; Riek Noble tries for the pin; Essex pins
Abr ams (no relation to the Coach); and Greg Harville hand held high after he pinned
Sayers in difficult round. Below right: Coach Greg Abrams of Lebanon, brother
Barry Abrams (on crutches) showed up to root for Talawanda. Both "coached"
wrestlers with big baritone commands that at times drown the screaming of the fans.
I Coach Abrams attended THS before he attended Notre Dame. He wrestled at both
schools_
.
A Joyous & Blessed
Christmas
& a prosperous
New Year
from the Evans FamUy


EVANS ANTIQUES
All lin .... dise
2-Piece Living Room . . $88
SterecrConsole .. . .... $79
Mattresses .... .. . ... $18
Recliners . .. .. . ... ... . $48
Bunk Beds .... . .. . . .. $48
9'x12' Rugs . . ....... . . . $5
Cocktail and 2' Step Tables
(set of 3) . ... . ...... $18
48 E. Malbeny St.
Lebuea 932-2246
.... ,-Frida, 10.9 ...
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JEFF BRUBAKER a junior art
student at Blanchester did this
mighty cCllrlcature, at right, of
the Fort Ancient Valley Coh-
ference Football family which
is displayed In the Blanchester
Gym.
Pizza
Farm - awn - Garden SuppUes
====::::=- HARDWARE
Colony Square -----,. Lebanon I)hio
!l.W..il4.iUA.
Open 24 Hours. PHONE 932-7682 (See us after the game)
Phone: 746-8900
RALPH E. WADE INSURANCE
COMPLETE INSURANCE SERVICE
INSURANCE IS OUR ONLY BUSINESS
Ed Wade, John Wade - Agents
66 West Central Avenue
Sprlngboro, Ohio
CJ ---

Hale's Farm Equiprr,ent:
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NEW IDEA, GEHL, BUSH-HOG &
QUALITY USED EQUIPMENT
3099 Hart Rd., Lebanon, Ohio
--Tel. 513-932-4925-,--
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Electronics -,i
: 40 E_ CENTRAL
SPRINGBORO, OHIO 45066
COMPLETE LINE OF" CB RADIOS AND
ACCESSORIES - T.V. ANTENNAS - TOWER
ROTORS - AUTO - HOME STEREOS - B TRACK T "'PES
SUPPLIES - PARTS - KITS
EVERTHING IN ELECTRONIC
AT Law DISCOUNT PRICES
513-746-5121.,-----.
Water Softener - Salt I
Mon - Fri 7:30 am - 5: pm Sat 8:am - 4 pm
9321060
Ellis Super Valu
.. Mon 9 pm'
.. ' Sundays 10 am to 7 pm


: Self Rising 69 c
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Redeem at Super Valu
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Void after Dec 22,1973
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FlavORite Grade "A"
BUTTER
1 LB Pkg 69
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With
$'1.50 purehase '
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The MIAMI GAZETTE Pap '1
WARREN COUNTY COURT NEWS
Classified Ads
Clil 897-5921
DONNA HUFFMAN, Waynes-
ville High School, letters the
Business Directory head for the
Gazette. Miss Huffman is an ad-
vanced art student of Mrs. Ben
Hisey, an honor student, and will
create new heads for the Busi-
ness Directory each month.
Deeember'1
C.E.Bauer vs. Doug Kingery.
judgement, Atty., Robert Olson
Frank Johnson vs. Henry
Daniels. judgement. Atty . John
Zopff
Jack Wayne Smith vs. Pamela
Jean Smith. divorce, Atty .
Vernon Stiver
Ralph Cook et.al . vs. James C.
Clinton et.al.. judgement. Atty.,
Tom Shackleford
Deeemberl0
XYO Quip Inc. vs. Willard
Barnhart et.aI . replerium. Atty .
Donald W. Bodenburg
Hammelore Sisco vs. Gene W.
Linville, uniform support. Atty.,
Morris Turkelson
Peoples Savings and Bldg. Loan
Co. vs. Joseph D. Woods. Jr .
forec., Atty., John Oswald
December 11
Joan B. Roberts vs. William V.
Roberts, divorce. Atty.. Paul
Herdman
WISHING YOU
THE BEST!
Merry
Christmas
wCHUCK'S
"'IgJ"

Full nne of snow tires arid
I 7:00 P.M. II
* CHUCK LAMB - Owner ::;:
S. Main St.:;:;:;:;: Waynesville, Ohio ;:;:;i,
ALUMINUM SIDING AND
ROOFING
DAL ELLIOTT
All leading brands-free esti-
mates 897-7851
AUTOMOBILES
WAYNESVILLE AUTOS 172
North St., 897-4036. (You get
more used car here.)
CARPETS
BI-RITE CARPET & TILE, 140
S. Main St., Carpet, floors,
cellamic, ceilings. 897-5511
222-5608, Dayton.

DRY CLEANERS
WASHINGTON SQU ARE
LAUNDROMAT AND DRY
CLEANERS. 88 S. Main St.
897-5961.
FLORIST
CEDAR CITY FLORIST. Finest
Flowers & Gifts. 123 E. Mul-
berry St., Lebanon, Ohio
982-2916
FURMITUREANDGUTSBOP
WAYNESVILLE FURNITURE
AND GIFT SHOP . wallpaper
and draperies 897-4971
BEATING AND

William B. Kusler vs. Doris
Frances Kusler. divorce. Atty .
William Chatfield
December 12
Bella R. Jones vs. Daniel E.
Jones. uniform support. Atty .
Morris Turkelson
Gail Hite vs. Willard Lee,
uniform support. Atty . Morris
Turkelson
Marvin Edward Mills vs. Marcia
Ann Mills. divorce, Atty . John
Quinn
Miamisburg Savings & Lo:an
Assoc. vs. Wayne L. Bond et.al.,
forec, Atty . Vernon Wilson
Deeember13
Virginia Smith vs. Albert
Smith. uniform support , Atty.,
Morris Turkelson
Dorothy L. Brown vs. Earl J.
Brown, divorce, A tty.. Ed
Cranmer
December 14
Ohio Farmers Ins. Co. et.al., vs.
Kenneth E. Harrison, judge-
ment, Atty . Ed Utz
MARRIAGE LICENSES
December 12
Jerry M. Cathcart, 24, journey-
man, Village Drive, Franklin nnd
Toni L. Holloway, 22, secreta.ry,
Village Drive, Franklin.
Jack Richard Minnich, 25, horse
trainer. Latonia Race Track,
Latonia, Ky. and Clarissa Mae
Bolser. 17, Corwin Rd., Oregonia.
John W. Gilbert, 19, pipe fitter,
N. 5th St . Toronto,Ohio and
Rosetta Clifford, 16. Route 1.
Oregonia.
Marvin Byrd. 41, punch press
operator. Mary Lane Circle,. S.
Lebanon and Delila M. Brewster,
41, accountant, Koehler Hd.,
Reading.
Danny L. Neal. 22, technician,
Lawn St . Middletown and Li.nda
Gail Thornton, 17, S. Main St.,
Franklin.-
Michael Barry Bullock. 19.
carpenter. Locust Drive. Love-
land and Darlene Peyton, 16. E.
Mason-Morrow Rd . Morrow.
Dennis R. Wooley. 20. U.S.
Army, Ft. Knox. Ky. and Sharon
Whitacre. 25. press operator. 15
N. West St.. Dayton
Mark ElvinLykins. 19. student.
McCall Rd . Germantown. and A.
Carol Bowlin. 19, student, W.
Lomar Rd . Carlisle.
Anthony Wayne Willis. 17.
laundry. W. 5th St . Franklin and
Betty Lou Abner. 15. S. Main St .
Franklin.
Edward Hollingshead. 28.
assembler. Box 83.
and Carolyn W. Garren. 25.
assembler. W. Loveland Ave .
Loveland.
Ernest Alvin Harrison. Jr . 18.
factory worker. Indianwood Dr .
Mason and Connie Lynn Jones.
16. student. Cincinnati-Dayton
Rd.. West Chester
Dalmus G. Hall. 19. U.S.Navy.
Corpus Christi. Texas and Susan
Kay Brown. 17, Wilson St ..
Mason
Steven J . Scherle. 19. cook.
Morrow and Virginia May
Gilbert. 18. Oregonia Rd.,
Oregonia.
Richard Lee Schoonover. 20.
builder. Cornell Drive. Lebanon
and Karen Sue Epp, 19.
Wilmington Rd . Lebanon.
Layman Clark. 33. inspector.
Roberts Drive. Franklin and
Linda Kay Lamb. 26, Roberts
Drive. Franklin.
Jerry E. Muchmore.
student. Crescent Lane. Carlisle
and Sally Kay Millard. 19.
student. S. Union St.. Miamis-
burg.
Floyd Denny. 78. retired.
Schlottman Drive. Maineville
and Loretta Emsuer. 60. retired.
Harrison Rd.. Loveland.
LEBANON PARTS Co
HOURS:
MONDAY thru FRIDAY 8:00 A.M. to 8:00P.M.
SATURDA Y 8:00 A.M. to 4:00 P.M.
Wavnesville Ohio Ph. 8976075
Call 897-5921
INSURANCE
THE NATIONAL LIFE & AC-
CIDENT INSURANCE CO.
(Grand Ole Opry People) Fred
Napier agent 897-3111
PAINTING
DICK CAMPBELL :- interior.
exterior. commercial. resident-
ial. Phone 897-5644.
CHARLES MILLER. Inlterior
painting. free estimates
897-5206,3542 E. Street, St. 73.
Waynesville, Ohio.
PAINT & WALLPAPER
PHARMACIES
LOVELESS PHARMACY
Professional Prescription serv-
ice 33 S. Main Street 897-7076
PHOTOS
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V ALLEY VIEW PHOTOS
9 E. Main St Lebanon. Ohio
932-6307
PLUMBING AND HEATING
W. W. COVEY
Plumbing and Heating 177 Fifth
St. 897 -6431
REAL ESTATE
CLASSIFIED ADS:
S1.25 minimum charge
over 25 words 5 cents
extra per word.
THANK YOU&
MEMORIUM:
SI.25 minimum charge
over 25 words 2 cents
extra per word.
,
FOR SALE
For Sale: 1968 Chevolet 1/2 ton
ton pickup 307 Engine. standard
transmission. new tires. runs
good. $1295.00. Call 897-5426
after 6:30 p.m. during the week.
and anytime during th e
week-end. 51-C-l
THANK YOU
would like to take this
opportunity to thank aU of my
wonderful friends and relatives
for th-: cards. flowers. gifts.
visits and food sent to me and my
family during my stay at Miami
Valley Hospital and since my
return home.
Thanks Again.
Phyllis Hartsock
Obituaries
Mrs. Eliza Ann .Tanney. age 67,
of 2270 Franklin St., Toledo, Ohio
and formerly of Rockcastle
County. Kentucky passed away
Tuesday. December 11 at the
Toledo Health and Retiree
Center. She is survived by one
sister. Mrs. Mary McQueen. of
Fla; four brothers. Dean Mullins.
of Michigan. Russell and C.F.
Mullins. both of Livingston.
Kentucky. Luther Mullins of
Waynesville. Funeral services
were 1:00 P.M. Thursday.
December 13 at the Stubbs-Con-
ner Funeral Home. Waynesville.
Interment Miami cemetery.
K.S.A. REALTY. 88 S. Main St.
897-3501.
See us for your Real Estate
needs. JEAN YOUNCE,
897-4433. Associate Elder
Realty. 885-5863.
LYNN FIELDS. 7956 Cahall PI
Waynesville; 1-885-5453 or 897-
6055; Camfield Company Inc.
433-9912 or 897-6055.
SUPER MARKETS
ELLIS SUPER V ALU quality
and low prices open till nine. 7
days a week. phone 897-5001.
WAYNESVILLE MARKET
69 S. Main St. 897 -5941 Meat
Specialiats
WESTERN SUPPLIES
WORKMAN & BELCHER 'HORSE AND BUGGY SHOP
REALTY CO. Real Estate & Corner of Broadway and Silver,:
.. .... S. LebanoD ........Stetittdui 'loa
"- Way: Dayton ,. ,.our hone. : ' .
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"RS PRUSSIA" Is Popular Porcelain
In the early 1700's the secret of
how to make porcelain was
brought to Europe from China.
The practice of marking each in-
dividual piece by factories who
were proud of their work was
established by the early 19th
century.
In the mid 19th century, in the
town of Suhl in the region of
Thuringia, Germany a man by
the name of Erdmann Schlegel-
milch built a porcelain factory
and began manufacturing utility
and luxury ware. His brother,
Reinhold, worked with him and
then moved to Tillowitz, a veQ'
small town in upper Silesia, and
began making his own ware in
1869. Both brothers used the R S
mark, the best known of which
r was the initials R S with a red
wreath around them. This was
designed to honor their father,
Rudolph Schlegelmilch.
The porcelain was imported into
the United States where it was
very popular for wedding gifts
and used for special occasions.
The most popular pieces with
collectors are the senic ones.
There are at least 25 known pat-
THE CEDAR CITY MUZZLE LOADERS shoot the 2nd and
4th Sunday each month (until May) at the Iron Fruit Farm on
Stubb Mill road near Lebanon. The Club is associated with the
National Muzzle Loaders Association . .
i1P.The Village AntiC/lie Shop

143 E HIGH ST
'I ANT 1 QLl E 5 WAYNES'VILLE, OHIO
General line of Antiques MON. & TUES. BY CHANCP)< I ,f
"I f'
LENA SHULL WED. THRU SAT. 96
SUNDA Y 12.6

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Waynesville Ohio 45068 Antlqu of All P.rlod. t
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Bought & 50ld

" 98 South Main Street :;--,
Waynesvllle, Ohio 4506!
HRS: Saturday-Sunday 12-5:30
CHINA - GLASS - FURNITURE
PRIMITIVES - ACCESSORIES
513 897-6552 Shop
513 298-2077 Residence
RS MARKED PRUSSIA: lefit to right, top roW: we plate, chOcolate pot, bowl mm
scene cabinet rOSEl, deep bowl; bottom row: celery dish, pettfeoat, ci'acker jar, footed hair re-
ceiver and hat pin holder. This display of fine porcelain is presented througli tlie courtesy of a
local antique dealler.
terns. The four seSLsons, the
Melon Boy series, Mill, Castle
and Cottage scenes, The Lorelei,
portraits, animal and birds in
natural habitats, and florals, are
popular patterns, !Ieveral of
which were probably ]painted en-
tirely by hand, because of slight
variations which occur from
piece to piece.
THE BEST KNOWN OF
THE BROTHERS MARK

55 S, Main St, Springboro, Ohio
Tues, Thurs, Sat & Sun
1 - 5 pm
"BROWSE THROUGH
lHREE SHOPS"

I- COUNTRY FURNITURE
Ia EARLY ACCESSORIES
I- VICTORIAN and GLAsSwARE
S1UF
STORE
107 S. Main St.
Waynesville, Ohio
((513) 862-5181 I
Hrs: 12 to 8 Fri, Sat, Sun.
IHB&MEI
invites you to
spend a few
minutes to
see the
blgest antique
in town, .
The 148 year old
Grist Mill
where youll also
find. wide
assortment of
contemporary
gifts displayed
in an atmosphere
reminiscent of an
old country store.'
little ReJ
, A'NTIQUES
MAIN STREET
WAVNESVILLE, OHIO
PHONE 8978328 _
WUdmans Spices --66 Varitles
Hard Candy--Extraet
eral Line - De.len' Welcome
MON. &Y CHANCE ';.,
TUES. THRU SAT. 1()'5:00
OPEN SUNDAY 1.' P.M.
"
We're just a few minutes
down the hill from
W on Rt. 42
(liz mile north of Rt. 73)
Come down and see usl
TRY US FOR
"Isit Waynnvilla', Other
....
Fin. AnllQIII Sho.
A CHANGE -
RESTAURANT and COFFEE SHOP
,
--located In--
Washington Square Shopping Center
I
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Furniture
Stripping
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THE SA .. E AMITV PROCESS
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1973 A Highly Year
The "ear was full of shocks for
, both thereturning POW and the
common citizen going about his
0tdinafY business. Whether you
were a politician out of a 'job, a
'trucker out of gas or ' someone
seeing a saucer from outer space,
you' probably 'Yill remember 1973
- as a "far out"' year. Thermostats
,were turned tempers were
UJ'; coar ?las "in" and oil
Will 'out."
Locally-the "on again, 'off again"
Caes8r's - Creek ,Dam Project
which create 'a aooo acre
lake. area in
. County.
ward side of the main dam per
mitted by court order. At the end
of the year was already attrac-
tive hundreds of sightseers at
the overlook.
Caesar's Creek Pioneer Village
a group dedicated to saving log
structures in the area of the lake
was organized during 1973.
The Village of be-
came the "Antique Capital" of
Warren County during 1973, as
more and more antique shops
moved into the village. The
empty shops and store were gone
and the streets of Waynesville
filled with antique hunters
gleefully loading their cars with
their finds.
The festivals of Warren County,
(he Sauerkraut Festival of
,Waypesville, the Honey festival-
. , of Lebanon, the Bicycle Festival
of ana the Wine Festivlll
', of all brought tourists
WayneSVille
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Second dass postage paid at Waynesville. Ohiu
Wednesday, December 26, 1973
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The single wheelers with
the giraffe necks
in the Ohio SauerkJraut
Festival's first unicycle
race. In spite of a drizzling
and downpour of rain, the
Festival attracted large
crowds, Saturday October
13.
HAPPV NEW VEAR!
MAJORnvt
Copy lOe
Waynesville Honor Society
Sponsors Korean Youth
YOO lUNG YUL
Waynesville High School Honor
Society students are the
sp,onsor:s of a young Korean
'youth' oo Jung Yul in an an-
noUncement from Society mem-
ber Denise Davis. Miss Davis
said "the group did not
enough service projects," and
they felt that since they had the
money they should be using it for
a worth while project. The spon-
of the youth costs $12.00
a month.
Jung Yul was born November 8.
1959. and is a 2nd year, middle
school student. His favorite
subject is mathematics, with pro-
gress average. He has fair
health, and his chores are helping
to sweep, and his favorite play
being soccer:
His father dies some time ago.
leaving the family in dire
circumstances. Since that time,
life has been a continuous
struggle for the mother as she
worked to provide a living for
her family and give them food,
clothing and shelter. But hard
work is no guarantee against
poverty in so many parts of the
world. It was soon clear that the
family must have help.
Kings Island to hire
student performers
In a drive to recruit more than
200 high school and college
students, Kings Island "live
shows" personnel will be holding '
special auditions in Cincinnati
next month.
Paul Kreft. the park's director
of live shows. said the auditions
will beheld on Friday. Saturday
and Sunday. Jan 18-20. at the
College Conservatory of Music
on the University of Cincinnati
campus. added that an
audition application must be
obtained from the park before
Jan 1.
"We will be employing singers.
dancers. actors, and musicians to
perform in more than 15 ar'eas of
the theme park." be added. "For
our stage' shows oe.rt year. we
are looking for singer-dancers
who have bad musical theater
experience. We are also qui\e
anxious to auditioa a wide
variety of performing groups and
individuals."
Kreft said groups. such as
barbershop quartets. pop vocal
groups, folk gro&p5. and
western groups, Dixieland
(Continued 011 page 7,
Local Resident Wins
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1978 was a planting yeu.for farmers. Those that got their crops plantea on time harvested a
.good crop. Here Bob Niehola harvests came and Dale Deardorf builds one of the talleflt silos ip the
county at the Loeb Dairy Farm near Red Lion.
Turkey Winners
Announced
Mrs. Deall Johnson of Waynes
ville . Mrs . Faye Bunch of
Harveysburg. and Mrs. Darlene
Dunn of Oregonia were an
nounced as the winners of the
three turkeys that were given
away by the Washington Square
Laundromat a'nd Dry Cleaners.
The drawing was he ld on
Monday morning. December 17.
A patron at the laundromat.
Mrs. Lucille Armitage drew the
three lucky winners names.
Coowner David Bixby notified
the winners by telephone after
the drawing. Bixby and partner
Ron Kronenberger tool< over the
operation on October 1. The
winners picked up their turkeys
that weighed approximately 15
pou nds each. on Tuesday.
December 18.
Winners of the 1973
Waynesville. Ohio County
Fair Midwest Regional
Division Cow Chip Throw
ing contest. Sam Ander-
son. Men's Division; Jeri .
Vinson. Women's Division;
VIP Division, County Com-
missioner Bob Turner.
["GWEN'S
146-3111
25 W MARKET STREET. SPRINGBORO, OHIO 45066
FLOWERS & GIFTS
GIVE THE KIDS
A BREAK IN 1974
The future belongs to the young, that is
if they are around long enough to enjoy it!
This coming year resolve to give your children
better odds on growing up happy. healthy and
with a chance to reap the full of life.
You can start off in the car by promising
to keep doors locked and safety belts fastened.
Follow fhis up with home safety. Keep things
out of reach that potential harm. Cer-
tainly foremost on this list would be any and
all medicines and poisonous substances.
"A GREAT MANY PEOPLE ENTRUST US
'-with their preac:rlpUODa, bealtb needs aad otber
prodDcta. We coulder Uda &nut
prlvilece aDd we be penoDal
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THE MIAMI GAZE'ITE
P.O.Bo. 325, W.yneeviOe Phoae 897-5921
. ..... iMae edited by Lila MeCIve .
Mary ...... EdIterW Stall
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Waynesville Farmer's Grange No. 13 celebrated its tOOth
Grange Master James Ross of Columbus (left) presents a
commemorating the event to Horace Shaner:, .Farmet:'s Gr.ange
Butterworth joined the Farmer's Grange ill 1890 recallS tJie n ... t ...
former Edna Janney of Waynesville). holds ar.inrlri ....... nt ....... .. , . .... , ..
Farmer's Grange I<'ounders.
, .
Charlie Morgan
and
Bill Hus;sey
We"ve
Been .Atauna
fat a Lans
Our thanlks for your Time
in
and as enter a new year
Nancy Keller, Randy Head, and Nancy Wientjes look at Halloween
masks made in their art class at Waynesville High School.
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, To faithful friends old
and new, hearty tl,1gnlcs ' for your
.' - good will. and best wishes
lor a wonderful holiday season.
..-:. JIf urniture
Located in WASHINGTON SQUARE SHOPPING CENTER
891-4971
The MIAMI GAZETrE
YOUTH ACTIVITIES ENCOMPASS a big program in
Waynesville civic life. One of the most active of the village's
young persons' organizat ions is Rainbow Assembly No. 140.
Rainbow members turned chili cooks for their first such supper
here recently. Shown above are Bess (Mrs. Andy) Henderson.
Mother Advisor. left. Vickie Richards, Fidelity and Gwen
Perdue. Worthy Advisor. Lila McClure Photo
Warren County Farm Bureau
John Wells. a native of Coshoc-
ton Co .. has been named Farm
Bureau Organization Director for
the counties of Hamilton.
Clermont, Montgomery. and
Warren. He replaces Jerry Os-
borne. who has moved to a simi-
lar position in northern Ohio.
Mr. Wells was born and reared
on a dairy farm near Coshocton.
where he was active in 4-H Club
work. In 1968-69 he was in Thai-
land as an International Farm
Youth student during
which time he lived with six dif-
rent rural and urban Thai
families.
Upon graduation from Ohio
State Univ. he taught high school
athletics at West Lafayette.
Ohio; and while he was there. he
was inducted into the military
service. For his foreign service
he was once more sent to the
Orient. this time to Korea for
thirteen months.
Earlier this year he accepted
employment with the Ohio Farm
Bureau Federation and was as-
signed to this district.
Mr. Well's responsibilities will
be to coordinate the various
Farm Bureau activities and pro-
jects. Presently. the early
planning for the several 1974
county membership drives is
claiming his attention.
Around Town
St. Augustine Altar SOCiety en-
joyed a meeting and Christ mas
exchange party at the home of
Mrs. Robert Moore.
Plans discussed for youth
activities. .
It was decided that an
raffle will be held in the near
future.
Next meeting at the Rectory
Jan. 30, 1974 at 8:00 p.m.
With M.B.
Mr. and Mrs Robert L. Frye
entertained a few young friends
Sunday. December 9. in honor of
their daughter Barbara's twelfth
birthday. Those attending were
Sheria Holmes. Tammy Jones.
Janet McKalip. and J enifer
Jordan.
As hell proclaim the
New and
,over may find peacl' "
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Waynesville, 'Ohio
.897-2065
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NEW ARRIVAL
Mr. and Mrs. David Richards of
122 S. Main St. Waynesville are
announcing the arrival of a son
Brent Wesley born at Kettering
Memorial Hospital on December
5 at 4:28 a.m. The young man
tipped the scales at 7 Ib 9 oz.
Former Mr. and Mrs.
John Richards of Flint. Michigan
and Mr. and Mrs. Sam Bombell of
Flint. Michigan are the proud
grandparents.
Obituarips
Dr. L. Connor Moss age ' 72 of
23467 S. Pierce St. Arlington.
Va. and formerly of Mai nevill e.
O. passed away Dec. 22. 1973 in
the Arlington Hosp. He was an
ophthalmologist in the Wasing-
ton D.C. Area si nce 1943. He was
a graduate of the University of
Cinci nnati and Columbia Univer-
si ty. He was also a member of the
Am. Ophthalmologist Society
and a member of the College of
Sugeons. He is surived by 1
daughter Mrs. Marian Kazmier-
ski of Chicago, Ill. and 1 son.
Jerry L. Moss of Indianapolis.
Ind .. 2 sisters. Mrs. Ruth Greely
of Maineville, and Mrs. Irene
Grandin of New Jersey, and 5
grandchildren. Services were
held Thusday, Dec. 27. at Miami
Cemeter y Corwin. O. Rev. L. L.
Young officicated and the Stubbs
Connor Funeral Home handled
the arrangements.
Naomi L. Gray age 73 of 35 N.
Main St. Waynesvi lle passed
away Friday, Dec. 21. at
Kettering Memorial Hospital.
She was a member of the Maimi
Monthly Meeting of Friends in
Waynesville. and Miami Chapter
# 107 O.E.S. in Waynesville. She
was preceeded in death by her
husband. Orville. She is survived
by one daughter, Mrs. William
(Barbara) Sawyer of Waynes-
ville. one granddaughter, Mrs.
Dal e (Carla) Linebaugh of
Peoria. Illinois. Two sisters. Mrs
Katherine Neal of Florida. and
Mrs . Pauline Townson of
Franklin. one brother. Pau.l
Bowman of Franklin and several
nieces and nephews. Funeral
services were held at 10:30 a.m.
Monday. December 24. at the
Stubbs Conner Funeral Home.
Waynesville. Rev. L.L. Young
officiated. Interment at Miami
Cemetery.

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SPRINGBORO, OHIO
Open 7 am
Ph 746-4461 6 Days A Week
Next Door To King Kwlk
All lew Ier .. dise
2-Piece Living Room .. $88
Stereo-Console .... . .. $79
Mattresses . ... . .... . $18
Recliners ........ . .. .. $48
Bunk Beds ........... $48
9'xI2' Rugs ......... .. . $5
Cocktail and 2 Step Tables
(set of 3) ........... $18
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SONNY'S DRIVE-IN Restaurant
10 N Main St
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Chicken Dinner
I For CARRY
MON-WED I 897-7966
we wish our
customers much
happiness. Many
thanks
to yau, all!
Crawford's Gifts
The Unusual Shop
57 South Main St. Waynesville (513) 897-713&
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Auto Repair
Amos Jones Owner
COMPLETE AUTOMOTIVE WORK
Formerly Crane's Garage .
264 NORTH MAIN STREET,
WAYNESVILLE, OHIO
Now serving my neighbors
in the Waynesville area.
Open daily 8 till 5
through Friday
Saturday 8 til 1
Your Patronage
Appreciated
Call
897-3521
The MIAMI GAZEI'TE
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Walter' and Mildred Sheen reigned throughout the Ohio Sauer-
kraut Festival held at Waynesville during October. The aU day
showers that da91pered the 'Kraut festival didn't seem to
interfere with the crowd.
The MIAMI GAZE'ITE
The facade of the New Three Centuries Swim Club
during 1973.
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One Day Dry Cleaning Service
SeH Service Laundry Featuring Naw W .... .,.
OPEN Mon thru Frl - 8 am to -9 pm
Saturday ..: 8 am to 7 pm
Sunday - 10 am to 6 pm
,----WASHINGTON SQUARE -----.
lAUNDROMAT and DRY CLEANERS
Waynesville/Ohio
88 S. Main St. 897-5961
WA YN ESVILLE'
Lumber and Supply
897-2966
dial
yourseH
fllilbi" your Area Code aad
savemooey.
Htre's bow to dial younelf out-of-lOWn to any-
ODe within your Alp Code. First, dial aa:as code.,
Then, dial the a:1ephooe number of me penoa
you're calling. It', juat that easy. We call it ''J)i.
tea DiacaDce DilJinS.' -
For cxber long-cljaraDce calls within your Ala
Code - Pmoft.1b-Penoo, CoUec:t. CncIit CUd
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TIt. MLUO GAZETTE
WAYNESVILLE LOST TO LlTILE MIAMI FRIDAY night. Little Miami showed a lot of hustle
and accuracy. In photo left to right. Joe Kidd passes Doug Crombie caught by whole. Spartan
team (and incidently Ray Lamb. and Erwin Pack. not shown in the picture) cleverly calls time out.
Joe Kidd moves the ball down court. With 5 seconds left. the ball goes into play but neither team
was able to score so they shook hands and Spartans vowed to do better when they travel to Kings.
Jan. 4. The game was carried live on WLMH-FM 88.1. Total points follow. Waynesville 14-24-36-53.
Cornett, 10, Crump 4, Hafacker 16. Kidd 7, Mark Stanley 10. Steve Stanley 6. Little Miami
15-29-44-59 Crombie 4, Howard 16. Kayser 21. Robinson I, Wright 10. and Crosley 7. The crowd .
wasn't numerous. The principal, a parent or two. 3 or 4 fans. half a dozen girlfriends. a few varsity
and the cheerleaders. The scoring wasn't high and Frosh Coach Gorden Rodgers of Lebanon said "I
think both teams had their minds on Christmas Vacation or Santa Claus." Still there was plenty of
action when Lebanon's Froshteam beat Springboro's Freshman 26-21 last Thursda.y at the Spring-
boro gym. Total points follow Lebanon 26, McKinney 6. Parker 4. Rhoden 8. Butler 6. Layer 2.
Spri ngboro 21. Messmore 11. C. Hall 4, Blair 2, Crocker 2. In the photos left to right. Butler puts the
ball into play Rhoden shoots, Gray puts the ball into play. Fish (on floor) grabs the ball and passes to
Hall, C. Hall shoots, Crocker shoots last shot of game. blocked by McKinney_
Honor Society Inducts New Members
CLASSIFIED ADS
NEED
Twenty six new members have Jay Wendling, Tom Hillman.
been inducted into the Waynes- Kurt Andres. Becky Boal.
ville High School Honor Society Andrea Bernard. Sandy Shee-
for the coming year. The induc- han, Greg Smallwood, Beth
tion for the new members was Snoody, Melinda Conley, David
held on December 18. A recep- Stubbs, David Sharp. Karen
tion was held for the parents. Shafer, Joe Ryan. Devela Robin-
Seniors inducted were Debbie son. Carole Pottenger, and
Allen, Debbie Grim, Donna Huff- Juanita O'DelL
We Can Finance You Up
To 36 Months On
FURNITURE, COLOR TV,
STEREO
Protection For Everythinl
man, and Tim Shoup. New members inducted must
Juniors inducted were Vicki have a 3.0 average, and must
Dakin, Tom Dunkin, Rosemary have four virtues to beco:ne
Keethler, and Mike Whipp. members. They are scholarship,
Sophomores inducted were leadership, character, and servo
Kenny Dunaway, David Vint, ice.
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Mon - Fri 7:30 am - 5: pm Sat 8.: am - 4 pm
932-1060
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COMPLETE INSURANCE SERVICE
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66 West Central Avenue
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FUTURE

to the
y,ar ahead,
'we hold
high hope.
for ..
community
,and all the'
wonderful . ,
In .'t. To
grat'ltu. and '
Waynesville High School
Honor R'oD
Firat Nine Weeks
Cook-Grade 2
Allen Begley, Kathy Eakins,
Lynn Riddle, Debra Shuler,
Blake Smallwood, and Alan
Wardlow;
Mrs. Hod80n-Grade 2
John Kidd, Philip Lamb, Angela
Scott, David Sheehan, and Darla
Taylor; ,
Mra. VanNuya-Grade 2
Alan Cook, Kevin Elcook,
Phillip Hubbell, Amanda John-
son, Pauline Lamb, Holly Ratliff,
and Lynn Scott;
Miss Farquer-Grade 2
Rhonda Burnell, Loretta Case-
bolt, Ricky Davis, Colleen Hat-
ton, Roby HockEttt, Melissa Ken-
dall, Daniel Peters, Deanna Rice,
Vicki Vair, and Mark Wampler;
THREE GIANT WILDFLOWERS dominate this
painting of a flowering field by Willa Stanforth, New
Vienna; Ohio. The work is now on display at the Mary
L. CQpk Public Library, Waynesville, Ohio.
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WAYNESVILLE MARATHON]
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174 Main St ---897-7946
FUNERAtllOME
SERY-ING-'ALL FAITHS '. -
'ST'EVE CONNER DIRECTOR
897-5966 -' ,
ALUMINUM SIDING AND
ROOFING
DAL ELLIOTT
All leading brands-free esti-
mates 897-7851
AUTOMOBILES
W.AYNESVILLE AUTOS 172
North St., 897-4036. (You get
'more used car here.)
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CARPET & TILE. 140
St.. Clrpet. ' Doors.
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185 N. Maln, Waynesv1lle
DRY CLEANERS
WASHINGTON SQUARE
LAUNDROMAT AND DRY
CLEANERS. 88 S. Main St.
897-5961.
FLORIST
CEDAR CITY FLORIST, Finest
Flowers & Gifts, 123 E. Mul-
berry St., Lebanon, Ohio
932-2916
FURNITURE AND Gn:T SHOP
WAYNESVILLE FURNITURE
AND GIFT SHOP wallpaper
.and draperies 897 -4971
, '.
Mrs. Oavia-Grade 2
Tom Carter. Morgan. ;Jim
Peters. and Rhoachel Smith;
Mrs. Sloae-Grade 3
Debpie Cook, Phillip Gib!lon.
Sharon hofacker, and Sc:ott
Kleski, Cathy Phipps, Phiillip
Simmons, Sherry Simpson, ,and
Kelli_ Stroop;
Mrs. Skaggs-Grade 3
Lisa Hazen, Jennifer Keller,
Pamela Koehler, Douglafl Per-
due, Kristina Rathweg, Donna
Ruse, and Jacklyn Simpson;
Mrs. Courtoey-Grade 3
John Ghearing, James Grice,
Janna Jones, Rose Mary
Melissa Marconet, Rae Marie
Townsend, and Julie W31dell;
Mrs. Click-Grade 3
Cheri Bayes, Chad Boal, .Jodi
Buckland, Andrew Engd, Lori
Foust, Jeff Harrison, MElinda
Kronenberger. Cheryl R :e. and
Rodney Robbins;
Mrs. Pack-Grade 4
Kathy Booher. Kim ":akins
Billie Peters, Mike Gadd. Kevil
Rathweg, Cindy Allen, an
Rasnake;
Its not a flying saucer seen in the area during 1973. It's possibly the
old Waynesvill e water Countai n at t he cemetery with Supt. Raymond
Adams s tanding behind it.
Mrs. Palko-Grade 4
Lisa Campbell, Becky Cook.
Sheila Freeze, Janet Haltom,
Bryan Longacre, Steven Roark.
Jennifer Jordan, and Kim Kidd;
Mrs. Wardlow-Grade 4
Steve Boggs, Patrick Cassidy.
Chris Chenoweth, Glenda Cher-
ryholmes, Lisa Elder, Pat Frye.
Scot Gorsuch, Bryan McKinney,
Jennifer Powell, John Wiseman.
and Scott Woollard;
Mrs. Sawyer-Grade 4
Craig Campbell, Melissa Eng-
land, Bobbi Leyes, Janet Rush.
Tracy Shelton, and Carla Taylor;
Mrs. Perry-Grade 5
Dorothy Blakeley, Mary Davis,
Michelle Gihbs. and J eff Seidl;--
Mrs. Gadd-Grade 5
Connie Laird, Sharon Pettit.
Ann Wardlow, a nd Melodie
White;
Ms. Francisco-Grade 5
Steve Anderson, Sherri Bales,
Melissa Benner. Patricia Garrett.
Greg Patterson. and Tom Simp-
son;
Mrs. Vanderpool-Grade 5
Leigh Ann Bursey, Ceyrrae
Foust. and Calvin Mayne.
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House of Fabric and Uniforms
153 S Main St
OHIO
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Monday - Frlday
9:30-5:30 i746-1836
lEBANOIN PARTS Co
HOURS:
MONDAY thru FRIDAY 8:00 A.M. to 8:00 P.M.
SATURDAY 8:00 A.M. to 4:00 P.M.
Wa nesville Ohio Ph. 897-6075
/
Calli 897-5921
INSURANCE
THE NATIONAL LIFE & AC-
CIDENT INSURANCE CO.
(Grand Ole Opry People) Fred
Napier agent 897 -3111
PAINTING
DICK CAMPBELL -- int4erior,
exterior. commercial, resident-
ial. Phone 897-5644.
CHARLES MILLER. Interior
painting. free estimates
897-5206.3542 E. Street, Rt.73.
Waynesville. Ohio.
PHARMACIES
LOVELESS PHARMACY
Professional Prescription serv-
ice 33 S. Main Street 897-7076
PHOTOS
V ALLEY VIEW PHOTOS
9 E. Main St Lebanon. Ohio
932-6307
PLUMBING AND HEATING
W. W. COVEY
Plumbing and Heating 177 Fifth
St. 897-6431
KINGS ISLAND --
(Continued Crom page 1)
ha nd s , s tage band s, ba nj o
pla ye r s anti ragtime piano
players, are urged to audition.
He sa id the park wi ll also be
looki ng Cor a gr oup to play "soft
rock" in a special section of Kings
Island.
"Actors will be used in three
basic sit uati ons," Kreft said.
"They will be cos tumed Hanna-
Barbera characters, like Scooby
000, the Banana Splits or Fred
Flinstone, or be settlers or
bandits on the unique train ride
or he heroes or villains in an old
fashioned melodrama. "
Individuals and groups wishing
to participate in the auditions
must obtain an application by
contacting the Live Shows Dept,
Kings Island, PO Box 400, Kings
Mill s, 0 45034.
Kings Island, located along 171
north of Cincinnati, is a $40
million. 1,60\Jacre entertainment
complex consisting of the theme
park, two golf courses. a
campground and a motor inn.
The park att racted 2.4 million
visitors during the 1973 season.
K.S. A. REALTY, 88 S. Main St.
897-3501.
Set: us for your Real Estate
needs . JEAN YOUNCE,
897 4433. Associate Elder
Realty, 8855863.
LYNN FIELDS, 7956 Cahall PI
Waynesville; 1-885-5453 or 897-
6055; Camfield Company Inc.
433-9912 or 8976055.
SUPER MARKETS
ELLIS SUPER V ALU quality
and low prices open till nine, 7
days a week. phone 897-5001.
WAYNESVILLE MARKET
69 S. Main St. 897-5941 Meat
Specialists
little Red
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Vol. 6, No.1 Thursday, January 3, 1974 --r"

Telephone Bills Reduced

United Telephone Company of In the 1960s several attempts Take Oath
Ohio customers receiving their were made to reduce and/or
bills after January I, 1974 may eliminate the Excise Tax on com- Waynesville Mayor Jim Crane
notice that their bills are slightly munications services but Con- swore in four newly elected
less than in previous months. gress repealed the reductions councilmen January 1 at the
Tills reduction in customer's before they could become effec- Mayor's office. '
bills is a result of reducing the tive. Ora Jones, Sue Anderson,
Federal Excise Tax rate appli- Finally, in 1970 Congress Willis Hunter and Richard Hall
cable to charges for communica- passed the Excise, Estate, and took the oath of office. They
tions services from 9% to 8% on Gift Tax Act of 1970 which has replace Jack Gross, Ray Davis
January I, 1974. resulted in the present 1% per and Earl Woolard. Mrs. Ander-
This reduction in phone bills is year reduction in Excise tax on son replaces herself, having been
the second step of a ten year re- communications services. elected to council from appoint-
duction schedule, wherein there ment to council last year.
will be successive 1 % rate reduc- Mayor Crane said that the two
tions on the first of each year Tax Bills Mailed major problems facing the village
until January I, 1982. At that this year will be the continuing of
time, the Federal Excise Tax on the street improvement program
communications services is County Treasurer Russell and the Edwards Road sewer
scheduled to be fully repealed. Dumford announces that real line.
Federal Excise Taxes on com- estate tax bills for the first half of "Another problem," he said "is
munications services have been 1973 have been mailed tG-all the upgrading of the manpower
around longer than many of us taxpayers except those in Mid- at the Water and Sewage Plant.
would care to remember. With dletown. Carlisle, Miamisburg, 'The requirements for the meIl
the exception of .the periods in Sugarcreek and Xenia City whQ back up superintendent
.... .. and 1924-32, some form school districts. These districts increase year."
_.of Excise .:tax has been are in over-lapping counties and
iinpO$ed f!P for CQmmuni- the' rates nave hot been J;1 R "de t
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graph, and ' radlo ':!'bruary lO, 1974. , . .
time lOCal tele- This 'year's bill is slightly dif A.ccident
'phone was added to the ferent than last, as the net tax is .
liSt of taiable services. the only figure shown; the 10 Former resident Douglas Scot-
War tax. rates imposed by the percent rollback having aJfeady field, 31 years old. has been killed
Revenue ' i\ct ' of 1943 increased been The same pro- in a train accident in Dlinois.
rates to 25% on long distance cedure applies to taxpayers en- Scotfiled was the son of Mrs.
caUs and 15% on local service. titled to the homestead credit. Elsie (Miller) Scotf:ield who
Although these wa.r tax rates preceded him in death.
were scheduled 19 terminate -When the on the other Ite is the nephew of Everett
'tli th t' f h till't' school districts are received' we
WI e cessa Ion 0 os les, ' , Miller Sr. and George Miller of
they were continued in effect will immediately mail these bills, Waynesville.
until the Tax Reduction and, if necessary, give final Services are pending nnd will be
Act of 1954 which reduced the date without penalty on tllem. held at the Stubbs-Conner
rates on local and long distance The final date will be stamped on Funeral llome in Waynesville.
service 10
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Al_ eaeh tax bill. '
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becarne"d
member of the Centliry C',i,i) last
She celebrated her 100th
birthday with friends at the Quaker
Heights Nursing Home In Waynesville.
She I ived most of her I ife on Social
Row Road south of Centervilleo Her
husband, a mail carrier, died In 1918
while watching a bal,lgame In Cin-
c Innatlo Most of her life has been
lived with out the convtences of mod-
ern Ilfeo She lived with and cared for
her sister after me. death of her
band. Her brother, Will Pine, was a
at Quaker Heistlts Nursing
Home until he died at 96, three months
ago. She is alert and reads large print
wIth the aid of a magnifying glass.
She must have conversations printed
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Legion Project Ails Rfty Familes
Edwin child welfare
director of The American Legion
Post 615 has announced that the
Christmas project that has been
an annual event for the past sev-
eral years was very successful.
Ramby said "thanks to the gen
erosity of the community" that
fdty families received boxes of
food and the smaller children reo
ceived toys.
He said he would like to say a
special thanks to the Community
Yoga classes
to begin Jan 27
Beginning Jan 27 Marianist
Center. 4435 E Patterson Rd.
will oHer eight week courses in
introductory and advanced yoga
and meditation on Sunday
evenings.
Teaching the classes will be
Joyce Beason of Cincinnati. a
42-yearold woman. who contino
ues to find both physical and
spiritual benefits through yoga.
She says yoga helps persons
achieve relief from tension and
overweight through completely
natural means. Though not a
religion it is a means of reaching
union with the total self and
leads to the formation of a
"prayerful personality." "Each
student comes for a different
reason. a different purpose" says
Mrs Beason. "wherever the
intention is given in yoga. that's
where the growth will be."
Reservations can now be made
in advance by calling the Rev
John Tonry; SM. at Marianist
Center. 426-2363. Ext 46.
Sharon Robinson
Completes Course
Sharon Robinson. an employee
of Quaker Heights Health Center
in Waynesville has completed the
Food Service Personnel Course I
sponsored by the Ohio Depart
ment of Health. Nutrition
Division.
The ten weeks course was held
in the Park Hills High School and
conducted by Beatriz Dykes. a
registered dietitian.
Topic covered in the course
included Nutrition with emphasis
on geriatric needs . Menu
planning. Diet therapy. Quantity
Cookery. Sanitation and Safety.
Job Description and Schedules
and Human Relations/Communi
cation. A reception followed the
awarding of certificates (from
the Ohio Department of Health)
on Tuesday. December 11.
4-H News
4-H Agent Charles Stiles an
nounced that seventyeight clubs
were active in Warren County
last year. 1260 club members
completed 1900 projects. he said.
The 4-H horse projects con
tinued to be one of the most pop-
ular interests of club members. A
Warren County 4-H club mem-
ber. Kay Osborne. served on the
State Horse Juding Team during
1973.
Aid Council. Mr. and Mrs. Max
Hartsock. Mr. Elwood Wass. Mr.
Everett Sears. Mrs. Anna F.
Ramby. Mr. Guy Burroughs. Mr.
Ken Delaney. and Mr. and Mrs.
Seldon Heath for their cash do-
nations. .
The project of packing the
boxes on Friday. 21.
was handled by Auxiliary mem-
bers Mrs. Liz Hull. Mrs. Joanne
Stivers. Mrs. Mildred Furnas.
and Mrs. Mary Bellman. Post 615
members were also on hand to
help.
Cecil King could easily pass for
one of Santa's elrs in his role of
repairing toys that are donated
each year by, the people of the
community. He was assisted by
Carl Booher.
On Monday. December 24.
Legion members were busy di
stributing boxes in the Waynes-
ville and Harveysburg area.
Of the fifty boxes of food and
toys that were delivered a total
of 123 children were helped.
Students from the Wayne Local
School system play a very big
role in the project by donating
canned goods.
Another successful Christmas
project has been completed
thanks to the efforts of Comman-
der Chester Carey and Legion
Post 615 and its auxiliary mem-
bers. says Ramby.
Historical Society
sponsors Look reprint
The well-known Indian Chief.
Tecumseh. is a person who
played an important part in the
history of the Miami Valley area,
especially in Greene County. On!}
of tlie major books ,written" abou't -
Tecumseh and his era is "Old
Chillicothe." The author is Dr
William A Galloway. and since
the publishing of the book in
1934. copies have been scarce
and in great demand.
The Greene County Historical
Society is sponsoring the
re-printing of this book. It is well
illustrated and includes a fold-out
picture of the site of Old Chilli-
cothe. now Oldtown. Highlighted
by . an introduction by Thomas
Wildcat Alford. a great-grandson
of Tecumseh. the book includes
chapters on the Shawnee
early Miami Valley
history. Tecumseh. pioneer
stories about Gen Worthington.
Josiah Hunt, Waynesville. Simon
Kenton. Daniel Boone and
others. Indian stories relating to
the Shawnee and Wyandotte
tribes. and other topics. "Old
Chillicothe" is also one of the
prime sources of authentic
materials which was used by
Allan Eckert when he wrote his
excellent book. "The Fron-
tiersman."
"Old Chillicothe" may now be
ordered from the Greene County
Historical Society, 74 West
Church St. Xenia. 0 45385. when
accompanied by a check for $7.95
made out to the Society. The
price of the book. after
prepublication will increase to
$9.95 after Jan 31. 1974. A gift
certificate with the donor's name
will be mailed out after receipt of
the name and address of the
and a check to cover.
The books will be mailed directly
to the people from the printers
sometime in February.
THE MIAMI GAZETfE
P.O.Bos 3Z5. Wa,..nDe PIIoae 8975921
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The MIAMI GAZlm'E
Letters to
the Edit(].r:
To the Editor.
Season greetings to, our friends
who are always complaining
about stuff being in my yard or in
front of our garage. We really
appreciate all your eoncern in
helping to clean our yard up; by
helping yourself to our wood. We
wouldn't mind it so much if you
left a reasonable donation for the
wood or even if you went out to
help cut it.
Robert Stansberry
Scout Leader
Editor's Reply:
Dear Sir.
When we found out you were a
scout leader and your Troop are
cutting and splitting the wood to
earn money for a trip., we had to
agree that those wood thiefs are
meaner than two skunks.
Possibly you could set a watch
and see who is rippilng off the
kindling. It has to be sorriness on
the part of the thief because
obviously your Troop would
probably give wood to some
poor, desperate. cold soul who
needed it; as a good deed.
Perhaps if people <!rdered wood
ahead of time it wouldn't have to
be stacked there so long. If any-
one needs wood. cont act Robert
Stansberry.

MRS ADDA B. KENRICK
Mrs. Adda B. Kenrick. age 93.
of Quaker Heights Nursing
Home passed away Friday at the
Home. She graduated from
Waynesville High School in 1900.
She was a member (llf the Ferry
Church of Christ where services
were held Monday December 31
at 2 pm. Bus Wiseman officiated.
Interment followed at Miami
Cemetery. Corwin. O. She was
preceeded in death by her hus-
band Lester. Survh'ed by: one'
Foster Son Orville Savage of
Waynesville. two Grandchildren
Diane and Steve Savage.
Sister-in-law, Mrs. Jt!sse Thpmas
of Lebanon. one Sister. Mrs.
Elizabeth Hole of Mt. Healthy.
0., a Nephew. Ralph Jones of
Waynesville and several other
nieces and nephews,.
Arrangements wer.! in the care
of Stubbs-Conner Funeral Home
Waynesville.
Thandaf,. January a. 1914
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Baptists Head TIw Bible
NORMA WAYNESVILLE. reads the King
James Version of the Bible . while Richard Casebolt of
ready to take over. About 40 BaptiSts read the
Bible from cover to cover in a Bible Marathon held at the First
Baptist Church in Waynesville from December 26 to December
29. a total of 69 hours and 50 minutes. 72 hours is the known
record set last year in Dayton.
Miami Gazette Gets New Owner
Herman and Mary Bellman.
publishers of the Miami Gazette.
sold that local weekly newspaper
to Lila McClure. January 1.
Ms. McClure stated that Mrs.
Bellman would remain as adver-
tising manager and continue her
column "Around Town with
M.B."
Sandee Blazer. former editor of
the Warren County Reporter .and
former religious editor of the
Middletown Journal will join the
staff as a .columnist and con-
tributing editor.
a senior art
student al }'Waynesville, High
School. will serve as' staff' artist.
Gary Bellman. Eric Hass. and
Evelyn Frye complete the cur-
rent publication staff. Later this
year. upon retirement from the
Journal Herald. Martha Edmin-
ston will join the staff.
"It is hoPed that the Miami
Gazette can continue and expand
its lively coverage of local events
and its services to the local com-
munity." said Ms. McClure.
"Everyone is interested in local
ne\.Ys and. of course. the local
weekly newspaper is the best
way a merchant can keep his or
her name and services before the
public."
After graduating from LebaPQn--
High' School and Miami Univer:
sity at Oxford. Ms. McClure
attended graduate sclrbOl ' at
Long Beach State . worked as a
biologist for the {fSPHS and
USN. She served as a technician
at UCLA Brain Research Center
and at the University of Chicago
Medical School. As a photogra-
pher .and free lance writer. she
has worked for the Cincinnati
Enquirer. Cleveland Plain Dealer
and numerous publications. She
is a former associate editor of the
, Warren County Reporter. Ms.
McClure owns and operates a
"dirt" farm near Red Lion.
Chest Clinic
Changes Course
Benton Wahl. administrator for
the Warren County Chest Clinic.
said that during 197;i the
emphllsis on fiildingTB jSatients
chanled from - massive ' ,8 f'. en-',
ings of'
possible 'FB cases.
"One county has actually hired a
detective to find the persons who
came in contact with carriers."
he said. . .
The Warren County Clinic did
not have final totals on the
services offered during 1973 but
based on 1972 reports. approx-
imately X-rays made; ap
proximately 150 prospects were
further examined with fewer
than 10 cases repor:ted.
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Tom Sawyer Li1{es
AFTER THE POLICE-FIRE game last week, John Ruetschle,
a member of the Lebanon Varsity Basket ball Team, was
suppose to mop the basketball court. He played a good game of
mop. He looked like he was enjoying it so must that soon a
group of small children begged to take {)ver the game and Jim
was able to stand on the sidelines and tal k to the coaches. The
rumor that Tom Sawyer is dead is greatly exagerated.
Frozen garden and fields N. of Waynesville.
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WA YNESVILLE MARATHON]
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-OUT WITH THE OLD
,.IN WITH THE NEW!
This freQuen*ly heard expression can be
applied to more th ' the out 01
anei the In 01 197 It can In lact be
a brlel descrlp&ion 01 many mediCines we
.tock In our pharmacy. For. most 01 the new
drap y,our physician Is prescribln, today were
Dot around a lew years alO. And many druls.
10 popular - Just a short while alO are Dot
even belnl made anymore.
But - we do leel compelled to add that
not all tbe "old" are on the way out. We
still let calill to compound many medicines
and lor druls tbat have bec.ome old standby .
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pbal'lll&CJ' procluc... We eoDIIeJer _ tnd
prJ\'Uep uuI. do&7. "7 we ... 10111' peaoaal
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Humane Sc)ciety Replies To Questions
A question and answer sE,ssion
at the recent meeting OIf t he
Humane Association of Warren
County provided some lively ex-
changes, with president Lorene
Steele and association attorney
Mark Clark fielding queries.
Bernard Eichholz, Franklin city
manager, sought information
concerning a possible contract
with the Humane Association for
stray animal pick-up in 1974.
Eichholz pointed out that it
hardly seemed fair for Franklin
to have to pay a fee for a.nimal
pick-up when Franklin residents
already paid county taxes, and
county residents had this service
without fee. However, Clark
replied that municipal areas also
paid for their own police, fire,
road, and other expenses despite
the fact that residents paid
county taxes.
Clark stated that the associa-
tion hoped to be able to wOlrk out
contracts with Lebanon, Mason
and Franklin for 1974. Eiehholz
expressed doubts that the asso-
ciation would carry out its duties
successfull y, both Clark and Mrs.
Steele replied that t hey were
confident that t he Humane Asso-
ciation would perform as ex-
pected. Mrs. Maynard Hawke, a
member of the association, spoke
from the floor t o remind Eiehholz
that the association had formed
just for that purpose and was
dedicated to the service of the
public in controlling stray
animals, as well as offering
humane services to the animals.
this was not an imniediate pros-
pect, but would remain a long-
range goal of t he association.
Ot her queries brought forth the
aim pf the association to be open
every day of the week and to
take calls day or night, and to
hold adoptable animals for as
long as necessary to find a suit-
able home. Licensed animals
running at large would bring a
warning to the owner the first
time and a fme for subsequent
offenses. Obviously sick stray
animals would be euthanized im-
mediately, to avoid infection of
the other animals in the shelter.
County Commissioner Bob
Turner spoke briefly, saying that
the commissioners "look forward
to the time when we can get
squared away and get moving."
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Questioned about the Humane
Association offering a neutering
service. Mrs. Steele replied that
Scene along Bellbrook Rd, north of Waynesville.
Mr. and Mrs. Richard Tener and
daughter Tammy of HiUsboro.
Ohio were Christmas eve guests
of Mr. and Mrs. Vivan Frye of
Lincoln Rd . Waynesville, Ohio.

Mr. and Mrs. Edward Frye and
children were Monday, Decem-
ber 24, afternoon guests of Mr.
Frye's parents Mr. and Mrs.
Vivan Frye of Waynesville. Ohio.

Miss Edna Frye of WaYnElsville,
Mr. and Mrs. Richard Tener and
CHOPPED
daughter Tammy of Hillsboro.
Ohio and Mr. and Mrs. Vivan
Frye of Waynesville were the
Christmas dinner guests of Mr.
and Mrs. Robert Frye and chil-
dren. The group later visited
with Mr. and Mrs. Henry Frye
and daughter Thelma of Xenia,
Ohio.

Mrs. Raymond (Mae) Hollings-
head. Mother of Estey Pringle of
Waynesville, is now recuperating
after being seriously ill. She is
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now at the Hospitality Home in
Xenia. Ohio.

Mr. and Mrs. Estey Pringle of
Waynesville entertained their
children on Christmas Day.

Mr. and Mrs. Estey Pringle and
family of Waynesville and Mr.
and Mrs. David Furnas and
daughter Pam of Waynesville
were guests New Year's Day of
Dr. and Mrs. Edwin Payne at
Lancaster. Ohio .

Mr. and Mrs. Alton Earnhart of
Chesterton, Indiana are visiting
their parents, the A. H. Earn-
harts of Oregonia, Ohio .

Mrs. Bessie Thompson is a
patient at Kettering Memorial
Hospital, Room 252.
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Revisited
A FARM DIARY
by D. J. FRAZIER
(Editors note: D. J. Frazier was a popular local columnist with the
Miami Gazette for many years, Until her death in 1971, her column
about life on her farm and in her community appeared regularly and
was called Dry Ridge, A Farm Diary. It was a favorite of students.
service men, regular readers as weU as many of the members of the
press with whom the Gazette exchanged issues.
I first read her column in some old issues of the Millmi Gazette that
I bought at a farm sale. I was eager to use the column in a local
magazine I was going to publish and 80 I went to see the "young"
author (I imagined her to be in her late twenties or maybe
mid-thirties. )
At 84 D. J. Frazier was as enthusillstic about writing as anyone I
have ever met. She was overjoyed because the Millmi Gazette was
being published again. She had an idea for a column about "how to get
into farmi:ng" for all the many people who wete coming back to the
country life. We hit on the name. "Out \n the Country, Some
Adventures of City Farmers . .. This is one the columns reprinted from
McClure's Magazine and Journalism Review, January 1971.)
There are two kinds of farmers:
B&B, that is BornandBred,
farmers to whom farming is a
life-long business and way of life.
They may have inherited the
family farm and are working to
get the proper machinery and
hope eventually to buy land
enough to support a really
modern setup. Modern machin-
ery is expensive and takes a lot
of land' to support it. We read
about them in the farm
magazines.
City-Farmers are those who
have read all those fascinating
books about those who have
bought farms complete with an
old house to fix up and moved
there either as a good place to
raise a family or as something to
do after retirement. Among
them are the rich who buy farms
for investments. Some of them
build lovely hOuses and actually
live there part of the time when
they are not in Florida or
traveling around the world on
cruises. They often hire the
bright young men out of agricul-
ture college to manage the farm
or some good B&B neighbor.
They are the ones who are
accused of buying the latest
inventions and expensive pure
bred stock so that they can take
their loss off their income tax.
They have their place in the
economy but they are not the
ones I am talking about.
The ones I know are trying in all
good faith to make a success
either financially or as a way of
life. Those who have bought
them to retire often find that it is
after all hard work and required
more capital than it did when you
could start with an old plow and a
horse or a mule. One barber I
know bought a farm before he
retired and commuted to town to
his old job and worked with the
help of a B&B in his spare time
feeding hogs. He set his wife up
in the veal calf business with a
barn fixed up with ten nice little
stalls. all ready to feed them with
a milk substitute. His wife was a
good conscientious person and
the calves grew and thrived but
ten buckets of feed twice a day
carried from the house to the
barn is hard work and I heard the
project had been discontinued. I
do DOt know the whole story but
the last time I went by there
there was a For Sale sign on the
fence.
lt doesn't always work when
families move to the country as a
good place to raise their
boys,-sometimes it works in re-
verse. When we bought our ,
farm, our lawyer, Mr. George
Ozias, a very successful Dayton
lawyer, said, "You know. I some- -
times think that lowe my
success in life to the fact that
when I was about ten years old
our family moved to a farm. I
hated it. Everything that bit. bit
me. Every insect that stung,
stung me. Every thing that
kicked, kicked me. I was
miserable. I hated it, so I worked
very hard to do everything to get
away from it and I succeeded."
We belonged to that other class.
We moved to the country
because I thought it would be fun
to find an old house to fix up and
my husband wanted to raise
brown Leghorn chickens like his
uncles had. We f(lund a nice old
LEBANON PARTS Co
HOURS:
MONDA Y thru FR IDA Y 8:00 A.M. tQ 8:00 P.M.
SATURDAY 8:00 A.M. to 4:00 P.M. ,
Ohio Ph. 897-6076
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CONESTOGA
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Embo ... d I Iured .neel
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WAYNESVILLE
Lumber and Supply
897-2966
The MIAMI 'OAn:TrE ..
I School Men=l
Wedoesday, January 2
Wiener Sandwich. French
Fries, Apple Crisp.
Thursday, January 3
Peanut Butter Sandwich, Scal-
loped Potatoes & Ham, Celery
Chunks, Jello with Fruit.
Friday, January 4
Fish Sandwich with Tartar
Sauce, Tomato Soup, Crackers,
Apple.
Monday, January 7
Barbecue Sandwich with C!!ips,
Buttered' Corn, Fruit Cookie.
Tuesday, January 8
Fried Chicken, Butter,!!d
Beans, Cranberry Sauce, Roll &
Butter. Cookie.
Wednesday, January 9
Peanut Butter Sandwich, Bowl
of Chili, Crackers, Apple.
Thursday, January 10
Hamburger Sandwich, Mashed
Potatoes & Gravy, Orange
Juice, Vanilla Wafers.
Friday, January 11
Pizza, Peanut Butter Sandwich,
Finger Salad, Orange Juice,
Cookie.
house on a pretty piece of land
and rented it but when we
wanted to buy we found' that 0\l1'
landlord messed up the title in
some way and the day he went to
our lawyer he was to drunk to
make himself understood. We
had no telephone and by -the time
I heard about it he had sold to the
other man so we waited and later
bought the place ,where I now
live. I loved it and we tried all the
old things farmers used to
do and all our m.iStakes became
adventures. Like many other
City farmers we found things, to.
write about or talk and
make the garden club m.embers
laugh about, and I am stm at it.
We have worked with a series of
B&Bs and always hoped to really
make some money next year.
Some years we only lost the
depreciation. As a way of life we
have loved it. Without the B&Bs
we couldn't do anything but we
have always been lucky in
finding some B&B who is now
working in town to make a living
and working for us for re(:reation
and to make a little extr;a. They
are expensive and makle more
than we do but without Utem we
could not use our land and find
'each new project and adventure.
So we go on telling about what
one woman B&B called "all that
tripe about the bull getting out
and our neighbor helping us . . . "
All lew IercUldlse
2-Piece, Living Room . . $88
Stereo-Console. . . . . . .$79
Mattresses .......... $18
Ftecliners ........... . . $48
Bunk Beds ......... ... $48
9'x12' Rugs .. . ... .. ... $5
Cocktail and 2 Step Tables
(set of 3) .. . ; .... .. . $18
48 E. M......,. Sit.
Lebuoa 9S2-ZZt6
UI-9 PIll
8etarday ...
8aaday 11 _,-5 ...

Fire Chief. Retires

WD..LlAM RAINEY
Lebanon Fire Chief William
Rainey retired January 1.
Rainey, who has been chief for
the past ten years, said that he
resigned to devote more time to
his business.
The hiring of full time men and
the establishment of a substation
are the most important problems
for the future. Rainey said last
week.
"The city is growing,", he com
mented. He has seen the Fire
Department grow from 16-17
firemen to 30 firemen and women
in the 10 years he has been chief.
"There are several different
plans for full time firemen," he
stated. "One plan calls for the
policeman to become fireman off
duty. This doesn' t work too well.
When you have a disaster or
large fire you need police as well
as firemen." Other plans are
building of bachelor quarters
and/or quarters for firemen who
work jobs with diffflrent shifts.
Some arrangement will hllve to
be worked out.
- Rainey commented t hat t he LCI
fire where the damages were
over a million dollars was his
most expensive loss.
The Lebanon Farmers Co-op
fire was the fire that worried him
the most. "There were a lot of
buildings close to t hat fire . the
bulk storage tanks and the
Power Plant," he said.
There was anot her fire that he
remembers. t he Old Laundry
Plant Fire. In this fire, Roy
Yinger, a fireman, died of a heart
attack. During that fire, Rainey
severed a finger. It hung by a
tiny piece of skin. He wrapped it
with a rag and continued fighting
t he fire. Doctors were able to
save it.
Rainey replaced Dick Brant,
who had served as fire chief after
Clarence Durham. Jack Whit
aker is Lebanon's new Fire Chief.
COMMUNITY CALENDAR
The Warren County Ftetired.
Teachers will meet on January 7
at the Otterbein Home in
Lebanon. There will be a dinner
at 12:00, followed by a business
meeting and program.
Be SJI'8 .... let 0 .. tellers
know how mlllY more place settings
you need.
The' Waynesville -
Nation. IJank
Ohio .
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Tburld.,. Jaaaa& 3. 1974
Anend
Church
Waynesville
Church of Christ
Third & MIamI S1rMtI
lOtoo a.m..Sunday MornI""
6130 p.m..Sunday 1-.1""
6130 p.m..w......, 1-.1""
"-- 897-4462 for Infoiilulkw'I
First Baptist Church
North MaIn ""-
Weekly
Att en.d The Church
Of Your
Choit'e This Sunda.y
sponsored fl y
'he Mi" mi Gazette
First Church of God
John P. OIbome. Paltor Lytle Rd. at Ferry Rd. l ....... tIon
lOtoo a.m..Sunday School Paltor ..., Koch
11100 a.m.-MornI"" Wonahlp 7100 p.m..Wedlluday ServIc.
6130 p.m..Tralning UnIon 9130 a.m.-Sunday School
7130 p.m.-I-.Ing _hlp lOt3O a.m..s.mc-.Sunday
7130 p.m..W......, Prayer ........ "" 7100 p.m.Sunday 1-.1""
(affiliated with ......... llaptlst eon-.. . .
tIon)
.First" Church of Christ
152 HIgh Itr'Mt 897-4716
Irnle Snt/thoMI .. ..
9110 .. m. ... School
10. ... m.Wonhip
7100 p.",,-I-.Ing
; United Church of Christ
..... 42 at Genntown
IIicIy Stom.-. Paltor
9130 .. m. ServIce
lOt Sunday Church Itr'Mt

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Sf. Augustine Church
HIgh Itr'Mt
...,. JoMph It. Lutrnw. Paltor
7 .. ""&11 ..
. ... "" &. p.""-Hoty .,.
7130 p.",,""'t
7I4S .. m.-Dally
p.m..Satuntay MaY
. '9115 ......... kt-.
'10115' .. "" MamInt 'WorshIp ......
10115 .. m. Sunday Youth WanNP
6ICID p.m. Youth ..... .
7Ioop."" ........... .
7130 p.m. Wed! MIotw.Io Prayer
cnI .... Study .
. Lytle
United Methodist Church
SI. Mary's Episcopal Church I Jliw. SIvoJI SloAN.. , ........
9130 a."".Sunday School
1NnI & ,.,..... ...... I 10130 a."".Sunday Warship ServIce
...,. I ....... IIIIIth. IIKtDr .01).9100 p."".W......, 1-.1""
...... 11115 A.M. Study
HoIyc:-.nlon 2nII, 4th .... 5th ......
MamInt Prayw- 1at .... 3nI....... I Corwin
United Methodist Church P ttl H I' Ch h
Thin! & Harth ItrMts en ecos a 0 mess . urc
LL Y-.. MInk.. Walter L a.Nt, Paltor
.00 .. "".WorshIp 10100 a.m.-Sunday Ichool
9100 a.",,'(:hurch School 7100 p.m.-Sunday Wonhlp ServIce
10115 a."".c::hurch Wonahip 7130 p.m..Wednuday WonahIp ServIce
The Full Gospel Tabernacle
. ... "'erry ...
...,. ___ Caalr, Paltor
10110 .. m..Sunday Ichoal
7100 1_ ServIce
7130 p.m.-Wednu.., 1_ ServIce
7130 p.m.-lot 1_ ......
United Methodist Church
. ...,.a-.... .......
9130 .. "".Sunday Ichool
1 hoo .. "".Sunday WonahIp ....
7Iao p.m.-Wed; I Praw- ServIce
Waynesville fII11ibn
Washington Square Shopping Center
Waynesville, CIllo 897.-4971
Town RestaunI1t
Washington Square Shopping Center
Waynesville, 897-7801
Waynesvile National Iia1k
Waynesville, CIllo
NrIBllli . _' ;', .
Waynesville, Cillo '0 .'
, .
The creellc at Middle Run Rd and Waynesville Rd.
Irley Bingham (twC) bottom photos) shovels her way through the snow.
One Day ClaaningService
Self Sentice Laun'dlry Featuring New w.hers
OPEN Mon thru Frl - 8 am to 9 pm
Saturday .: 8 am to 7 pm
SUnday - 10 am to 6 pm

LAUNDROMAT ... DRY CLEANERS
Waynlesvllle,Ohlo
.' . ,.e. $; Main. '8915961

CORRECTION NOTICE
Somewhat' larger than average
size gremlins invaded the Miami
Gazette last week and tabled tlie
panoramic view of Caesars
"Sugarcreek Valley." We
hope Sugarcreek Valley is as
pretty and we hope the gremlins
wUl "re.nder unto Caesars Creek
what is Caeaar's Creek."
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..... The MIAMI GAZI:'ITE Thursday, January 3, 1974,
.
Lebanon Men In, Blue Be,at Fireballs 90-68
VISTA and
Peace Corps to
enroll volunteers
ACTION, the federal volunteer
agency, will hold its Dayton
recruiting campaign for Peace
Corps and VISTA Jan 14 through
18 in room 235, Community
Services Building, 184 Salem
A ve, Dayton.
Anyone interested in Jommg
ACTION' s Peace Corps or
VIST A should contact the
recruiters at the Dayton head
quarters from 9 am to 5 pm
during the campaign. The
recruitmnt phone is 4615810.
Springboro
School
Jan. 1 New Year's Day -
NO SCHOOL
Jan. 2 Return to school
after Christmas vacation
Jan. 3 Sr. Hi. St. Council
7 -8 Basketball, Madison-H
Fresh Basketball,
Lakota (A)
Jan. 4 Varsity Basketball
Little Miami (A)
Pep Assembly
Jan. 7 Chess Club
Fresh Basketball
Edgewood (H)
Jan. 8 French Club
Alpha Baters
7 -8 Basketball
Little Miami (H)
Jan. 9 FT A Meeting
Jan. 10 Fresh Basketball
Mason (H)
Jan. 12 Varsity Basketball
Bellbrook (A)
LAST WEEK the Lebanon Police Department beat the Fire De-
partment 90-68 in a benefit bout for the Boosters Club. Ptl. Steve
Herrick was high point man with 31[) points to his credit. The game
revived the fast walk, the slow break, t he hilarious foul and the
ankle pass. At times the game actually looked like basketball, good
basketball. Left to right Ptl. Fred Jiacobs blocks a shot by Fireman
Richard Lakes; Fireball Jack Bays fires an ankle pass to Richard
Lakes; Fireball Harry Campbell shoots; and Fireballs Richard
Lake, Harry Campbell and Warre'n Conner try .a new basketball
play-the flying wedge. At left PIt. A.M. Scott and Fireman Jack
Bays move the ball down court. At right Fireman Warren Conner
and J ohn Washum "box" PIt. Fired Jacobs, Informal statistics
follow: Police 90, Jacob 4, Toller 6, Herrick 30, Elling 8, Ferrell 14,
Bitzer 2, Scott 20, Holdebaum 2, and someone else 4, Fireman 69,
Campbell 14, T. Bayes 2, Gillen 2, Washum 2, Lakes 18, Leland 6,
Conner 16 .

J _
WaynesviDe High School Activities
Jan. 1 New Year's Day -
NO SCHOOL
Room
Jan. 9 Seniors order caps
and gowns on !ltage at
9:45 ($6). (payable when
ordered)

BRANT'S INC ---.....
Jan. 2 First day of school
after Christmas Holidays
Jan. 4 Kings A Pep Rally
at 1:56
Jan. 8 Faculty Meeting at
2:30 in Room 104
Athletic Boosters-7:30-Jr.
Jan. 10 Drill Team So-
osters-7:30-Music Room
Jan 11 Mason A
Farm - awn - Garden Supplies
======- HARDWARE'
High Multi-purpose Rm.
Band Parents-7:30-Band
Jan 15 Departmental
Meetings at 2::10, East
Clinton H (Tues., night)
Calendar events should be phoned to the MIami Gazette at 897-5921
a week prior to the meetings for publication in th'B Gazette's
Community Calendar. Otherwise the meetings or events will not
appear. Listings should include the organization name or' that of the
event, date, time and place of meeting. Club seeretaJries will be
responsible for phoning meetings' information and for :maIdng any
changes in calendar listings.
.' T.
Electronics -
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SPRINGBORO, OHIO 45066 :::
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CH UCK'S

Full line of snow tires and batteries
x
Hours
,
7:00 A.M. till 8:00 P.M.

CHUCK LAMB - Owner *
z
5---*355 S. Main St.v;:.xWaynesvllle, <Jllo;:.:;ii
Water Softener - Salt
Mon - hi 7:30 am - S: pm Sal 8:am - 4 pm
___ ....
BIRITE CARPET & TILE'
140 S Main Sf
Waynesville, Ohio
Warehouse ,Remnant Sale
Many '0 Choose From
Also
.100% Nylon Carpet $6
50
per yd
Installed $7
50
per yd
Free Estimllllis 'In The Noms
CALL
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"
Thursday, January 3, 1914 The MIAMI GAZETI'E
Waynesville Township
Life Squad Run
Color Photo Drivers Lice:nses Issued
November 2
Auto Accident
Kettering & Miami Valley
Springboro Life Squad assist.
November 2
Foorball injury
Clinton
November 3
Abdominal Pains
Miami Valley
November 4
Difficulty Breathing
Miami Valley
November 5
Auto Accident
Kettering
November 8
Head Injury
Miami Valley
November 9
Football Injury
Kettering
November 9
Head Lacerations
kettering
November 10
Fall
Clinton
November 15
Cut Foot
Clinton
November 22
Back Injury
Kettering
November 25
Head Injury
Miami Valley
November 26
Difficulty Breathing
Kettering


-FUNER)ii 'HOME
SERVING ALL FAITHS
Several months ago the Ohio
Bureau of Motor Vehicles
announced that Ohio will convert
to a completely new driver
license issuance system as of Jan.
t. 1974. The new system will
feature a streamlined network of
speciallyequipped deputy regis-
trars, who will issue photo
licenses directly over the
counter.
In an effort to provide the
public with accurate information,
this 'Factsheet' has been
prepared.
QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS
ON OHIO'S NEW PHOTO
DRIVER LICENSE
Q: Why is Ohio converting to a
photo driver license?
A: The purpose of a driver
license is to identify its holder as
a qualified motor vehicle
operator. Driver licenses are also
used by most citizens as proof of
their identjty for business pur-
poses (credit purchases, check
cashing, etc.). The addition of a
color photo to Ohio's driver lic-
ense will increase its reliability
as an identification document.
Q: When will the state begin
issuing photo licenses?
January 2, 1974. Any qualified
person who applies for an Ohio
driver or chauffeur license on or
after that date will receive a
photo license. Only temporary
S'TEVE CONNER - DIRECTOR
'891-5966
Ambulance Servlce By Appt.
ALUMINUM SIDING AND
ROOFING
t!
DM. ELLIOTT
All leading brands-free esti-
mates 897-7851
AUTOMOBILES
WAYNESVILLE AUTOS 172
, North St., 897-4086. (You get
more used car here.)
CARPETS
BI-RITE CARPET & TILE, 140
S. Main St., Carpet. Doors,
ceramic, ceilings, 897-5511_
Waynesville 222-56()8, Dayton.
DEPARTMENT STORES
. 185 N. Maln, WaynesvUle
- DRY/CLEANERS
WASHINGTON SQUARE
LAUNDROMAT AND DRY
CLEANERS, as S. Main St.
897-5961.
FLORIST
CEDAR CITY FLORIST, Finest
Flowers & Gifts, 123 E. Mul-
berry St., Lebanon, Ohio
982-2916
I FURNITURE AND GIFT SHOP
WAYNESVILLE FURNITURE
AND GIFT SHOP wallpaper
and draperies s97 -4971
BEATING AND
AIR CONDmONING
instruction permits will be issued
without a photo.
Q. Where will photo liceosefil be
avnable?
A: Photo licenses will be issued
through 205 specially-equipped
deputy registrar ageM:ies
strategically located to serve
every part of the state. For a list,
write the Ohio Bureau of Motor
Vehicles, P.O. Box 11.99,
Columbus 43216, attention: Ac-
counting Division.
Q: Why only 205 photo licEln8e
agencies when there are 500
deputy registrar8 curr,elltly
doing busine8s in Ohio?
A: A two year efficiency study
showed that the low volumte of
drive license transactions han-
dled by many deputies did not
justily the expense of
them to handle photo licmse
issuance. In order to provide
Ohio citiznes with convenient,
over-the-counter photo
service, every designated pihoto
license agency must be equipped
with both an "instant process"
camera unit aM. a computer
terminal which provides diirect
access to the state's central
record bank in Columbus. These
cameras and field terminals are
highly sophisticated machiines,
and each unit installed re-
presents a significant investment
of tax dollars.
Q:What about the agenciesl not
chosen to issue photo license8?
wm they still issue lieense
plates?
A: YES. Everyone of Ohio's 500
current deputy registrars will
remain the state's appoi.nted
agent to register motor vehicles
. and issue license plaws.
Q:wm there be a pboto Uc:eDse
ageDCY located in every Ohio
county?
A: Yes, in those counties where
only one photo license agency has
been appointed, that agency will
be located at the county SE!at.
Call
897-5921
INSURANCE
THE NATIONAL LIFE &r AC-
CIDENT INSURANCE CO.
(Grand Ole Opry People) Fred
Napier agent 897-8111
ltAINTING
DICK CAMPBELL - interior,
exterior, commercial. resident-
ial. Phone 897-5644.
Q: I hold a valid paper-plutic
UeeDse that WOD't expire for
some time yet. Am I supposed to
vi8it a deputy raight away to
obtain a new photo UceDse?
A: No. If you now hold a valid
Ohio driver or chauffeur license,
that license will remain valid
until its scheduled expiration
date.
Q: Do I bave to obtain my photo
licen8e in my bome county?
A: No.
Q:What about a central
negative me? Is the state going
to keep a 'mug shot' of every
liceDsed driver?
A: No.
Q: Are driver Hcense -fees being
mcreased?
A: No.
Q: How long will photo UceDses
be valid?
A? They will be valid for four
years, and will expire on the
licensee's birthday.
Q: Will renewal liceDses be
i8sued 'over the counter' &Ii of
Jan.2?
A: Yes. When a qualified
applicant surrenders his expiring
license for renewal, the deputy
will take his picture, collect the
proper fee, and issue a finished
photo license on the spot.
Q: What about first and
duplicate license8?
A: Until computer terminals
have been installed (July, 1974),
first and duplicate licenses will
be produced by the deputy on the
spot, then forwarded to Colum-
bus for verification before being
mailed to the applicant. This is
the same procedure followed for
years with non-photo licenses.
Once the terminals are opera-
tional, each specially-equipped
deputy will be able to verify
applications in his own office--and
issue first and duplicate licenses
directly over the counter.
PHARMACIES
LOVELESS PHARMACY
Professional Prescription serv-
ice 33 S. Main Street 897-7076
PHOTOS
V ALLEY VIEW PHOTOS
9 E. Main St Lebanon, Ohio
932-6307
PLUMBING AND HEATING
W. W. COVEY
Plumbing and Heatmg 177 Fifth
St. 897-6431
Classified Ads
elil 8975921
CLASSIFIED ADS:
$1.25 minimum charge -
over 25 words 5 ceDts
extra per word.
THANK YOU &
MEMORIUM:
$1.25 minimum charge -
over 25 words 2 cents
extra per word.
FOR SALE
For sale: Frigidaire electric
range. Good condition. $50. Call
897-6248.
For sale: RCA Stereo with AM-
FM radio. Perfect condition.
$100. Call 897-6248.
For sale: 68 Nova - 4-dr, 6 cylin-
der, standard shift. air, one
owner. $700 or best offer. Must
sell. 897-7381.
I WANTED.
Wanted: Home for . German
Shepherd pup (male). Black
with fawn markings. Call
897-4811.
THANK YOU
Card of Thanks: We would like to
express our thanks and appreci-
ation to relatives, neighbors,
and friends during the loss of
our beloved Mother and Grand-
mother. Thanks for the lovely
flowers, cards, food, visits and
donations. We wish to express
special thanks to Rev. L. L.
Young and to the Stubbs-Con-
ner Funeral Home.
Mr and Mrs William Sawyer
Mr and Mrs Dale Linebaugh
K.S.A. REALTY, 88 S. Main St.
. 897-8501.
See us for your Real Estate
ntoeds. JEAN YOUNCE,
897 -4433. Associate Elder
Realty, 885-5863.
LYNN FIELDS, 7956 Cahall PI
Waynesville; 1-885-5453 or 897-
6055; Camfield Company Inc.
438-9912 or 897-6055.
SUPER MARKETS
ELLIS SUPER V ALU quality
and low prices open till nine, 7
days a week, phone 897-5001.
WAYNESVlliLE MARKET -
89 S. ,MainSt. 8iT-&Ml o; Yeat
8pecll""'-. . r .......L
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The MIAMI GAZE'ITE

I 'WayneSvllle, Ohio 4506!'j ' .
.. . HRS: Saturday-Bunc:tay 12-5:3Q
'CHINA - GLASS - FURNITURE
. PRIMITIVES - ACCESSORIES'
OF WASHINGTON SQUARE
OPEN 7 DAYS A' WE EK
.,
HISLE'S BUGGYWHEEL ANTIQUES
Furniture & Miscellaneous Items
84 SECOND STREET CORWIN. OHIO
Evan's Antique Shop
--
WA YNESVILLE, OHIO PHONE: 932-7264
Hrs: 3:305:30; Mon thru Fri-9:30-5:30; Sat & Sun

, Phon. 5;3-897.583 ,
I . 1 1UF
STORE \ -
i . ' .
t s. Main at Miami St. . ,
L Waynesville, Ohio 45068 Antlqu of All P.rlod. t
.. Bought & Sold
-.,",,:z;;p;ov./' ...
107 S. Main St.
Waynesville, Ohio
1(513) 862-51811
Hrs: 12 to 8 Fri, Sat, Sun.
The liUle ReJ Shed
ANTIOUES
MAINSTAI:ItT
WAVNESVILLE, OHIO
PHONE 8976328
Line - Dealen Welcome
MON, BY CHANCE
TUES. THRU SAT. 105:00
OPEN SUNDAY 15 P.M,
Visit Waynnville', Other
Fine Antique Sho,1
HAY'S
Furniture
Stripping
"REVOLUTIONARY
NEW METHOD"
THE SAFE AMITY PROCESS
Furn,ture R.I,n .. h,ng Now
with This Method! All Paint and
Vnnish Removed Froln Wood 0,
Metal No Lye or Harst: Acid. t sed
SATISFACTION GUARANTFED
Phone .97-3563

'-'choice
AREA ANTIQUE STORES ca-rry a. var'lety
of tool s that the pioneer farmers used to
prepare and season their, meat .. A1t. the top
left Is a smoking box used tQ sfY!Oke, cand .
cure meat, In' front of the 'box Is
a hlrd press'. Hot lard pour ed fromthe'"
press! crackUngs remained. At -the Is ' ,.
a sausage grinder; on the bottom o' sausage
stuffer. Sausage was ground and stored in
cans sealed with lard or stuffed into the
castngs by the stuffer.
THE\i'SE
55 S. Main St, Sprlngboro, Ohio
Tues, Thurs, Sat & Sun
1 - 5 pm
"BROWSE THROUGH
THREE SHOPS"
featuring
COUNTRY FURNITURE
EARLY ACCESSORIES
VICTORIAN and GLASSWARE
HAWK
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Vol. 6. No.2
First Born In Waynesville
JAMES DANiEL SHUMAKER was the first baby born in
Waynesville for 1974. He arrived January 1 at 2:05 AM at
Clinton Memorial Hospital. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. James
Shumaker. RR 1. Waynesv.iUe. His father works at Sullivans
Boby Shop in Waynesville. The Shumakers have one other
. _child. RoSeanna Marlene who is one. The grandparents are Mr.
. ,and M'is. Marlin Gaffin. RRI. Waynesville. Left to right. Mrs.
G"ilffin. James Shwiliker. Sr . James Shumaker. Jr. and Mrs.
.: Ji . . Shumaker. 'Sr. . '..
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Wed. January 9. 1974
Vietnam Bonus Ready
The Constitutional amendment
providing for a slate bonus to
Vietnam Veterans took effect
January 1. 1974. The administra-
tion of the bonus is a function of
the Commis s ioner s of the
Sinking Fund: the Governor.
Auditor of State. Treasurer of
State. Attorney General. and
Secretary of State. Until the
Commi ss ioners complete the
necessary preliminary adminis
trative tasks. the AuditOJ' of
State will handl e all questions.
Inquiries should be submitted to
The Honorable Joseph T.
Ferguson. Auditor of State.
State House. Columbus. Ohio
43215. Attn: Vietnam Bonus.
Telephone inquiries should call
1-614-4664858 or 1-614-466-2813.
Wayne School Board
Holds Meeting Thulrs.
The Wayne Local School B:oard
wUl meet this Thursday
at 7:30 p.m. They had planned to
hold the reorganization meeting
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MOltTGAGES
; AMT .QF MORTGAGES
, MORTGAGES RELEASED
.. MIS'CELLANEOUS
- FINANCING STATEMENTS
SOLIDERS DISCHARGES
RECORDlNGS
December!73
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Warren County Women Participate
In New Breast Cancer Center
Mrs. Angela Berninger. Chairman. announces that women between
35-75 years. fr om Warren County are now participating in the fr ee
Breast Cancer Det ection Center at General Hospital in Cincinnati.
The Center is the onl y one in Ohio and one of nineteen in the United
States. "We are lucky to have the Center located so close to us." Mrs.
Berninger stated. "The Center has been granted $200.000.00 by lhe
Nati onal Cancer Institute and The American Ca ncer Society."
Three screening methods will be used with every woman. They
are:
A xeroradiograph of the breast. which is a picture capabl e of
showing tiny lesions a physician would not find on examination.
Thermography, which is a photograph of heat emission from the
surface of the breast and can show cancer cells. which give off more
heat than normal tissue.
A clinical examination by a physician. who sometimes finds the
beginnings of cancer not seen in the xerograph or thermograph.
Please fill out the following or call 932-1758 or 932-6899 for appoint-
ments.
Mail to: Warren County Unit
American Cancer Society
126 E. Mulberry St.
Lebanon; Ohio 45036

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Centenarian Breaks Hip
Mary Marshall. who celebrated
her 100th birthday December 26
at the Quaker Heights Nursing
Home in Waynesville. fell last
Thursday and broke her hip. She
was rushed to Clinton Memorial
Hospital by the Wayne Township
fire squad.
Doctor!! operated and set the
hip. A t press time her condition
was listed as fair and her floor
supervisor said that she was
"doing very welt"
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'. , ,';,6asollne Pr:lee 9Arb
Daylight Savings - Does It Really Save Energy?
ongrssman William a.
sha. tile sixth District, 'of Ohio,
. ..' : ''today urged the Cost of" Living:.-
'. "j. ' Council to impose a ceiling on .
-, .. price of gasoline,
. . "The current price levels are
.. sufficient to provide additional
income for exploration and
- dr.illingby domestic oil com
; panies,'. said Harsha.
"Individuals relyini on fixed
r incomes such as Social Security
, ," .. , Veteraps: pensions. ; are
'. severly . handicapped by _ the
recent increases."
. supplies have been Sharply
-"liEttlUleed through the business
of corporations. of
large quantities of gas
fuels for future \JSe. As
stands ... stated Harsha.
and
filled to capacity.
freeze will
:GETTINO: UP one- hoJU' earUer DOe.
time really, .... v,e any .. gy? A.t iln,incredibly
. early hour Monday mOJlniqg 'we' askW"y'pesvillians .they .
thought change. Sillipg-'iras':!>!l biS w.rto
':work.;at NC!l ae said, "I h)y"it. i liave. horses :10 like carll of .
WOlr.k lll'ld 1 wouldn't have to' go in -
w'nn;"WJUI oUt '
..use ,.-of .J. supplies _ .
.. . and ttlaJte:.,, .'
"' ..... '" -faclli- \ , . chilldl'e ..
night."-Harold Purkey. who was busi'pumping gas in the early
. ttlornmg darkness. said "I like it. I'd just as soon have the light
in the evening." Ann Wardlow,an elementary student. said she
had trouble getting up and ready for school. She rode to
s9hool her Sheri Anderson walked to WayneSVille
.- Elementary School in the dark. "Well. it was different/' she
. said. Mary G.illiam got up late-and missed the bus. :'Mottl.had ,to
. . to School they
.1 adopted "wait,and poliCy w;ith
,., .!lehool hours. . . ' .r . - ,.... ," ... , .
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WAYNESVILLE GYMNASTS started work on their show for the PTO January
28. Janet McKalip easily does a Russian Leap while Karen Brunton. Kim Madison
and Lori Marriott "spot" or watch for ways for her to improve her performance.
Jack Empsure and Della Hagemeyer. teachers. discuss plans for the show;
student Kelly Shelton, rests, in the background. Bill Cullison gets the upmost co-
operation from his fellow gymnasts in a feat called "Suicide;\' He has "bounced'! ,
over nine students at a time.
Planned Parenthood Association
To Hold Open House
The Planned Parenthood Assoc-
iation of Miami Valley invites the
Miami Valley community to an
Open House to be held from 2:00
p.m. to 7:00 p.m. on January 10.
1974 at 224 North Wilkinson.
Dedication ceremonies will
begin at 2:00 p.m. with an
address by Mr. John C. Robbins.
Chief Executive Officer of
Planned Parenthood-World Pop-
ulation based in New York. Mr.
Robbins currently directs the
activities of a national staff of
more than 100 families.
Tours of the modern two-story
facility will begin after the
opening ceremonies and continue
until 7:00 p.m. The new family
planning center boast six
examination rooms. two surgery
rooms. a large patient classroom,
five private interview rooms, a
childrens' playroom and a
spacious Community Room. A
library for browsing, reference
and research will be open to all
visitors of the Center.
Around Town With M.B.
The youth of the Waynesville
First Baptist Church attended
the McCook theater in Dayton on
. Saturday, January 5. They saw
the showing of Gospel Road, a
Johnny Cash production of the
Life and Cruxifiction of Christ.

Diane Washum. a member of
the First Baptist Church of
Waynesville, will receive an
award in the 12-14 age category
for three months perfect
attendance and perfect score on
Bible Study and Sunday School
lessons on Sunday, January 13,
preceding worship services.
Her Sunday School teacher.
Obituaries
JOHNSON, Hugh W . age 52. of
Haines Rd . Waynesville, passed
away suddenly Saturday. Janu-
ary 5. enroute to Kettering
Hospital. He is survived by his
wife Myrtle and two stepsons.
Larry Mills of Waynesville and
Kenneth Mills of the U.S.A.F.
Funeral services will be held
Wednesday. January 9. at the
Stubbs-Conner Funeral Home in
Waynesville with Rev. John
Osborne officiating. Interment at
Miami Valley Memory Gardens.
St. Rt. 48 and Lytle-Five Points
Rd.
Mrs . Marilee Jordan, will
present the award.

The Dunlavy P.T.O. will
sponsor ' a Square
Saturday, January .19, from 8."
p.m. to 11 p.m. at the Berry
Middle School in
Lebanon. Caller will be Larry
Parrella. Admission $2.50 per
couple. Proeeeds wiU ,help
purchase a piano 'for DunlavJ,
School.

Troop 40, Scouts and adults,
held a Christmas camp-out at
Hueston Woods. on December
14th.

On December 29, Order of
Arrow members attended the
Father-Son Bowling Party,
Banquet and business meeting at
the Sports bowl. Middletown.
Ohio.
Wally Patton. District chapter
chief. had high game in the 14 to
17 age bracket. with a score of
145.
Committee chairman, John
Banas. had high score in the -::
adult group. Both received"
trophies.
One Day Dry Cleaning Service
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OPEN Mon thru Frl - 8 am to 9 pm
Saturday .: 8 am to 7 pm
Sunday - 10 am to 6 pm
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LAUNDROMAT and DRY CLEANERS
Waynesville,Ohio
88 S. Main St. 897-5961
THE MIAMI GAZETfE
P.O.Box 325, Wayoesville . PhoDe 897-5921
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New Year's Special
1965 Mustang
9-7 Daily except Wed. & Sat.
Closed Wed. Sat. 9-4
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Buy What WaYDesviUe SeUs
All lew Mer.dlse
2-Piece Living Room .. $88
Stereo-Console ....... $79
Mattresses ...... . ... $18
Recliners ........... " .$48
Bunk Beds ........... $48
9'x12' Rugs. _ ... ; ...... $5
Cocktail and 2 Step T:ables
(set of 3) . $18
48 E. Mulberry St ..
Lebaaoo 932-2246
109 pm
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Sunday 12 DOOD-5 PIlI
Government Committee." The
committee goal is to encourage
Mr. Harsha to seek an eighth
term.
Mr. McEwen stated, "Congress
man Harsha is the ranking
Republican Member of the
powerful Public Works Commit-
tee. He has 'championed the
cause of the little man."
Bob McEWen, returned tQ
Highland County from Washing-
ton at the close ()l the 92nd
Congress to pursue a legal
degree. . "
Letters of support should be
sent , to: "Citizeqs for Good
" Government," P:O: ' 159,
Hillsboro, Ohio 4.5133. -
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IF YOU ARE
Divorced .. .
Bankrupt .. .
Credit Problems . .
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Be SIn .... let 011' tellers
know how m .. y more pIic8 settinp
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The Waynesville
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MEMBER F.D.I.C.
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Unemployment Benefits Increased
What Ohio Bureau of Employment Services (OBES) Administrator
William E. Garnes has termed "the most Unemployment
Compensation Law in Ohio history" went into effect Monday.
Gardes said the new law, which was signed by Governor John J.
September 17, 1973, will:
payments to claimants.
' :piO-vjde for annual adjustment of the maximum payments
based On t.he average weekly state-wide wage.
-Allow employers to eligible for reduced tax rates after
one year instead of waiting for three years.
-Reduce the number of weeks a claimant has to work in order to
secure the maximum number of weeks of Unemployment Compensa-
tion.
The law also provides mandatory Unemployment Compensation
coverage for employees of local government and school districts with-
out requiring those political subdivisions to pay administrative costs
of OBES.
" Garnes explained that under the new law, claimants with no
dependents receive 50 percent of their average weekly wage up to the
maximum permitted, while claimants with dependents receive 55 per-
cent of their average weekly wage up to the maximum allowed by the
law.
The duration of time for which Unemployment Compensation can
be claimed remains at 26 weeks. However, the new law requires 26
weeks work to qu,alify for the maximum length of time. The old law
required a claimant to work 32 weeks to collect Unemployment Com-
for 26 weeks.
SONNY'S DRIVE-IN Restaurant
10 N Main Sf
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Coupon good for
25
c
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Chicken Di.nqer
MON-WED

KalIl's -Hislire
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Saasage $1
Ham -BONELESS
Slices $1 ,:
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Service
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Kn's .$109
Wieners Ib
BONE IN
Ham $1
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Slices Ib
BONELESS CUBE STEAK>$1
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BoNELESS ROUND STEAK Ib
BONIj:LESS
RUMP ROAST
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HIHO
CRACKERS 10 oz pkg
White Vllla'Bread
1 Ib loaf
.KRISPY . 47
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CHEESE
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The MIAMI GAZETI'E
by
Sand ..
In this issue, I begin a more
formal association with the
Miami Gazette. For some years, I
have been contributing news
items from time-to-time, but now
I have the opportunity to "bar.e
my soul" and to know. toa
greater degree, those of you who
live in this lovely section of
Warren County.
Much about people of this
community I know--I know a
most congenial police chief with
tremendous dedication who
combines a sincere interest in
making the community a safe
place to live with a down-to-earth
attitude of understanding of why
many people "go wrong"; I know
a bank president who hilS
devoted many. many hours to
civic interests; I know an owner
of a one-of-a-kind business helre
who, like me. came from one of
the not so great sections of
Middletown. from a not-so-very-
well-to-do family, who came to
his present position out of sheler
hard work and business
know-how. a man who has a
heart as large as his potential
(and who. like many individuals.
will probably never reach
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greatness, but even better, has
"goodness"); a journalist who has
lived with tragedy and coped,
been a part of intrigue and
suspense but chooses not to
capitalize on writing about her
experiences because it might
jeopardize the country's security
(rare. indeed. she); I remember a
"sing-out" group that gave
hundreds of people hours of
entertainment and helped main-
tain the good image youth should
rightfully have; and I know a
countryside with virgin beauty.
part of which will be the site of
our next family home. I'm sure
there is much greatness and
much goodness in the Waynes-
ville area that I am not yet aware
of and this offers me an incentive
to invite you readers to
correspond with me. This will be
your column. too. an opportunity
for you to express yourself
through me,
Many of you have read another
column that I wrote for many
years. Since newspapers are
copyrighted and I am prevented
from using the same title. I spent
some days deciding on a name for
this one. "Kitchen Corner" is
representative of the setting I
write in--since it is indeed. a little
corner of our kitchen; but it is
also meaningful in other ways. I
attend college. I am employed
outside the home, I involve
myself in civic. political and
charitable activities. But a
of me maintains a wifely and
bel)i: 'I ' take pride in
" prepaPJBi a ' buffet or my own
special nut bread and received
great satisfaction during the
years I made pickles and jellies
and canned our vegetable for the
winter months. Nearby are the
plants that I nurse and worry
about and the straw flower
arrangement that I made--a
do-it-yourself project that was
just as expensive, but not so
attractive as one I could have
purchased. Sometimes. I am
ready to march for women's
rights. such as the right to have
charge accounts in my own name.
the right to sign up for schooling
without by husband's presence
(more about that in a future
issue) and the right to be a
person rather than a chattel. But
like many women these days. I
also enjoy the courtesies offered
by a man who holds my car door
open. helps me with my coat,
guides me in making big
decisions and helps soothe me
when I am depressed. rm not
sure I want to give up all that for
other gains.
Through the months, I may
bore you. I may amuse you. I
may wring you out emotionally
as I recount personal tragedy. I
may anger you as I express my
views. I can promise only that I
will be "me" in this column even
though many times. I may be
putting together the thoughts of
friends and relatives and
strangers who write to me. The
new owner of your paper shares
with me a belief of "personal
freedom" to express oneself.
Never. never will I intentionally
write anything that will cause
harm to an individual. but I do
believe in calling a "spade a
spade," I believe that some of the
greatest changes in our social
history have come through the
written word that often controls
the heart strings that move
individuals to action.
I am. I think. an activist.
involved in life to the fullest
extent. ijut I am also. I ,hope, a .
"weaver of words" creates
mental pictures ' frOm observa' ,
"tions and insights one simply
gains by being a "people
watcher." Like bird watchers. we
sometimes have our quiet
moments of observation and
meditation.
There is a saying that
comments on man and his
tendency to laugh and cry by
pointing out that he is the only
animal aware of the difference
between the way things are and
the way they ought to be. Will
you laugh and cry with me?
DO YOU HAVE
t:NOUGH ENERGY?
Although the world is experiencin,. an
energy crisis and It has Imposed difficulties
in the way most of us lead our everyday
lives, there are still a few areas where enerlY
should be plentiful. Do you wake up each
morning with tbat personal ",.et-up and ,.0,"
"I'm ready to face "tbe day?" Or, do YOU feel
tired out before you start?
Sometimes, a lack of enerl')" can possibly
be due to certain deficiencies in your system.
Your physician can usually determine what It
Is and recommend a vitamin preparation or
tonic to help you overcome It. We always have
on hand a very lar,.e supply of these products.
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The MIAMI GAZETJrE
Waynesville CODllDunity
I
Obituaries'
THOMPSON. Mrs. Bessie L .
age 79. of 92 Main St . Waynes-
ville. Ohio.. pass ed away Sat-

SCHEDULE OF CLASSES
The Waynesville Community Education is self-supporting project
of the Wayne Local School District. Registration is open to anyone re-
gardless of ages. residence. previous schooling or
ART-No experience necessary. Beginners welcome I Draw. paint
by a variety of art techniques and materials. Bring sketch pad and
pencils. Tues. 7-9. 10 weeks-$10 fee Jeanette Maloy.
CIIAUt CANING-Here is an opportunity to learn the art of re-
weaving or caning a chair that you have put aside for repair. Bring
your chair and join the class. Tuesday 7-9.10 weeks-$10 fee plus sup-
plies Marshall Filer.
KNm'ING n (lntermediate)- Knitting with double pointed
needles. knitting patterns using bobbins (ex. argyle socks). following
directions for more complicated patterns. joining several pieces with
uneven edges such as sleeves to armholes. knitting buttonholes and
making yarn buttons. making decorative motifs applied to simple
items. 10 weeks-$10 fee plus materials. Thursday 79 Adah Andres.
LlNGERIE--Make your own and your family's nylon tricot gar-
ments. Garments that can be made are: nylon tricot haH slip. panties.
pettipants. basic full slip. nightgown. shorty pajamas etc. Tuesday
7-9. 10 weeks-$10 fee Georgis House.
SEWING (Beginning)-For those who have little or no previous
sewing experience. Make attractive and economical clothing with ef-
ficient and time saving methods. Do not purchase pattern or material
until after first class. Bring tape measure. pencil and paper to first
class. Limit to 12. 10 weeks-$10 fee. Thursday 7-9 Diann Purkey.
SLIMNASTIC8-A program of group exercises designed at attain
. weight control. improve muscle tone. 10 weeks-$10 fee. Tuesday .. ,5.
Thursday 45 Betty McKinney.
ACCOUNTING--Elementary accounting skills will be stressed and
will prepare the student for a position in a small buainess. 10 weeks-
$10 fee plus $10 for materials . . Tuesday 7-9 Linda Wheeler.
TYPING- Introductory. An introduction to touch typing. emphasiz-
ing correct techniques and keyboard mastery. 10 weeks-$10 fee,
Thursday 7-9 Linda Wheeler.
TYPING-Intermediate. For those without experience or wishing to
brush up. 10 weeks-$10 fee. Thursday 7-9 Linda Wheeler.
HORSEMANSBIP--Parts of horse. digestive system. gro:oming.
feed and how bedding. worming and first-aid. stable management.
shoeing. saddlery. training your horse or pony. how to break bad
habits and equitation. Dr. H. Dye D.V.M. will be at tlie first-aid class
and other speakers. 10 weeks-$10 fee. Tuesday 7 -9 Hawk.
,WOOD WORKlNG--Each student will build a item of ni:a choolling"1
Little class instruction is stressed. All materials _
provided by the student. Tuesday 7-9.10 weeks-$10 fee cecil
SMALL GAS ENGINES-Repair and instructions on smaU 2-cycle
and 4-cycle gas engines such as mowers. scooters. outboards. Learn
operating principles. carbureters. trouble shooting. tune-up. recondi-
tioning. Bring your lawn mower etc. 10 weeks-$10 fee. Thursday 79
Bob Campbell.
BATON TWIRLING- (For grades 1-2-3) Basic finger and wrist
twirls. also timing and marching practice. After school 3:30-4:30. 10
weeks-$7.5O fee Melody Diamond. (Day to be decided by the group).
ART-(For grades 45-6) Draw. paint. try a variety of art techniques
and materials. After school 3:304:30, 10 weeks-$7.5O Jeanette Maloy
(Day to be decided by the group).
BRIDGE-BEG. For those who wish to learn basic principles ' of
bidding. scoring, and playing cards. 10 weeks-$lO fee. Tuesday 7-9
Jean Sackett.
BI-RITE CARPET & TILE
140 S Main St
Waynesville, Ohio
Warehouse Remnant Sale
Many To Choose From
100% Nylon
Carpet
Shag
Installed
per yd
$6
50
peryd
Discontinued Samples
each
Seyeral to choose from
". &titnBttIs In The Home
CALL
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891-5511
222-S608
Waynes,ille
Dayton
GENERAL EDUCATION DEVELOPMENT [GED)
This is for persons who have not completed their formal high school
training. '
The Statement of High School Equivalence shows that the holder
has the equivalent o( a h!gh school education. The Statement is NOT. a
high school diplima. nor can it be exchanged for a diploma.
The Statement is awuded to eligible applicants on the basis of
their performance on thl!l Gilneral Education Development (GED)
Tests. These tests checlk skills in understanding and explaining
materials considered to be a part of the cornmon background of most
high school graduates. Most colleges aceept this Statement as
meeting their entrance requirements and many employers require
the Statement for employment or promotion.
Persons who are interested must be at least 16 years of age at the
, time they apply and be a resident of the State of Ohio.
and Thursday evenings 7-9 p.m. .
The program is continlllous. Persons may enter at any time. There
is NO CHARGE.
GENERAL
FEES ,
Enrollment fees are payable at the time of registration or pre-oregi-
stration by mail. Full remittance by check or money order for course
or kit (if needed) must registration blank. You are not
registered unless FULL PAYMENT is received. No. receipts mailed-
your cancelled check ot money order stub is your receipt. Early regi
stration will help assure sufficient class membership to offer the
course. Courses will be filled on a first come first served basis. In the
event the class is filled or cancelled. your remittance will be promptly
returned. No Refunds will be made after the first class meeting.
MiDimum Class Size: 8 students .
Classes 8eP.I: All begin the week of Jan. 22nd ending Mar.
28th. Note the day of the week and time for each class on the course
description sheet. Unless otherwise indicated clssses are 7-9 p.m.
MAIL TO: Waynesville Community Education Phone: 897-7011
Andrew S. Clhurko. Coordinator
Waynesville High School
Waynesville. Ohio 45068
Enclosed is remittanctl in full by money order or check made pay-
able, to: Waynesville COimmunity Education.
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Way,neivnle"t(Wanen. Or ubtyh Oliio 46068
urday at Kettering lI08pifal.She
was a member of theville First
Church of Christ and the Wayne
Township Post 615
Ladies Auxiliary. Survived 'by
four daughters. Mrs. Ellen Barr.
of Kettering. Mrs. Lucile Sarns .
and Evelyn Bolanger. both '-
of Arizona; Mrs. Janet Breeze. of
Waynesville; four sons. Charles
(Tommy) of. Lebanon. Murrel of
Miamisburg. Earl of Harverys-
burg. Ronald of Penn . 22 grand-
children and 23 great-grand-.
children. Funeral services 2 p.m.
Tuesday at the Stubbs-Conner
Funeral Home. Waynesville.
Keith Frasure officiating. Inter-
ment Miami Cemetet:y. ViBita- .
tion 35 and 7-9 p.m. Monday at
the funeral home.
SCOFIELD. Douglas M . 81. ,

of Palatine. Ill and formerly of
Waynesville passed away TUea- , t
day. Jan 1. in the NW Cornmun)
ity Hospital. Arlingt,Op Heights;
. Ill. from injuries suB.tained in ,a
car-train accident. survh!ed -
by his wife L . ,biB :
and & Mrs: ' 'J ,
Harry Perkins of. Half Day. 'Ill:; ,.' t ,
three uncles. and . "
Miller both of WayIiesvilI' and ,'. .'
Carl Miller of Covinpn. Ky.. '
two aunts. Mrs. .RoIing .. .'
and Mrs. Mary C?L '''t' . "
Day ton. Funet"al ' Ii-ttrviees ',. ,-,;t;.,.
conducted Saturday.
fifth at the , 'Waynesville
Church of- ) PastOI:'
'Smith Ttl f-:A'm:r '
at

The 01 .. buck' .

ain't what it used to
Because of ,9 thing called inflation,
your dollar bill just won't buy as much as
it did a few yeall's ago-or even one year
ago. Right?
Well -believe us, our dollar bill isn't any
'.
better than yours. It won't buy as much
today as it did last year at this time.
We're hit just 88 hard by inflation as
anybody else. Maybe even harder be-
cause it's a ICing, drawn out process
when we have to react to inflation.
To adjust oUlr prices, we must get ap-
proval from the 'state regulato,ry commis-
sion, ana that's no' easy matter. We hive
to prove we,.were hurting a year or more
-
r ,
ago Iwhich means we're now hurting
even more) if we hope to be allowed
, relief today.
Costs to our custo",ers. have gOne up
very little over the years compared with
costs of other commodities-food; cloth-
ing, . housing and other necessities. ' And
we're proud of that . .
But it's taking more 'No'h" year-:'
to telephone service to you.
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BIRTHDAYS FOR JANUARY
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. January 6
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January 18
January 19'
January 26
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waynesville
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Nor1h MaIn __
John P. o.IIome, IIWtar
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Mila ...... MeetIng for wonhlp
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Josephine Gons
Hortense Hall
Roxie Skilling
Edna Broum,
Mary Chapman
Miriam Logan
Clara [m boden
The Full ,Gospel Tabernacle
at. Uenyti
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101. &m.-Sunday School
7100 Pom.Sunday ._ s.mc.
71. Pom,.Wedo .. ..y 1_ s.vke
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7'100 Pom.Wed! .., IarwIc8a
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10130 &m..-...... Sunday
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9130 & ..... Wonhlp s.vke
10130 IunJIay Church ItrMt
5100 Pom. SundaIy Youth .ellowship
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Ferry Church of Christ
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9115 &"". __ let-!
10115 &"" . IIo'Iom!ng ,WorshIp SanIc:e
10115 a.m. Sunday Youth Wonhlp
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932-1866
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3'71 N., Main St, Waynesville
897-7236
Rrst Baptist ChIl'Ch
North Main Street
W esViIltr fIInibn
.'- ayn .
Washington Square' .Shopplng q,nter
. Waynesvf.He, CIII'o "89:7-.4971
Town Squire RestanIt '
WII'.hll"rrtt,n , Square Shopping -Center _
"Wayneivllie, .
School Menu
Moaday, Jaaaary 14
Wiener Sandwich, Baked
Beans, Apple Crisp.
Tuellday, Jaauary 15
Turkey & Gravy Manhattan
Sandwich, Mashed Potatoes,
Cranberry Sauce, Orange Juice,
Vanilla Wafer.
Wedaesday, Jaauary 16
Hamburger Sandwich, Catsup
& Pickles, French Fries, Ricle
Krispie Square.
Thursday, Jaauary J7
Fish Sandwich, . Scalloped
Potatoes, Tossed Salad or
Orange Juice, Cookie.
Friday, Jaauary 18
Pizza, Peanut Butter Sandwich,
Green Beans, Pineapple &
Banana.
Waynesville
Junior High
Activities
Jaauary 8
Basketball . Mason
Away 4 pm
Jaauary 10
Out On Th'e Back Forty .
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BY LILA McCLURE on any color in the snowy, winter
scene,
There are two fields on my farm I followed the stickery paths
just across the creek that have along the stream leaving several
an almost magical quality. threads from my scarf banging
Standing there, you know there on the thorns. Occasionally, I
is something different. You see would stomp a particularly
only farmland and trees. Even viscous plant.
the farm house is hidden in Suddenly. something moved
summer by the trees along the from the nearest bramble
creek. This land. we call "the pile-one of my barn cats out
back forty." foraging or maybe it was one of
In summer, one field is striped my neighbor's cats. They have
with clover, corn. soybeans, a grown to resemble' each other
patch of halfrunners. sweetcorn through the years. '
and kentucky wonders. pump- Just over the next fence, I saw
kins, zuchini, watermelon. toma signs of fresh rooting. I climbed
toes and radishes, some for us through the fence, preparing for
and some for the groundhogs. a fast retreat. and continued
It has a kind of medival look. along the path.
like an early European town field About 75 feet downstream. in
(if you try to forget that they front of a downed tree. the brood
wouldn't have had corn. you sow was rooting in a little
could almost imagine an ox pasture by the stream. She was a
, pulling a hay cart with villagers beautiful big. red sow with a
cutting the hay with sickles in snow white band around her
one part of the field and in ' middle. Behind her. and in front
another part of the field loading of the uprooted tree. was a pile of
it with wooden forks). twigs. weeds. and dried leaves.
In the other field. the angus and One little pig was dead and lay
Basketball . Kings
Away 4 pm.
. the pigs roam the pasture. The just outside the nest.
. resting angus darken the I worked my way around the
Jaauary 11
Sixth Grade on y .
4H Film . 12 Noon
JaauAry 15
P,ep Assembly 1:50 pm
Basketball . Springboro .
Home4 pm
Jaauary 17
Basketball .' Clarksville .
Home 4 pm
Jaauary 18
Si'xth Grade Only
4H Fihn . 12 Noon
What about living j
expenSes while It's
being repaired?
Sure. fire damag,a In your
mobile home can be repaired.
Insurance will take care 01 that.
But what about IIvhig expense:9
. elll8where, whlle they fix It?
It,can all be downin black
and white In our Mobile
HOQ1eo\Nners'Pollcy so that we
would PIilY those additional
lIylng ellP,enses while repairs
are being made . . Yes, It's
altogether more trian Just lira
Insurancel Home. conten'3
personal liability and mary
more coverages ere alto ,pthelr
now In one 'convenient policy.
Give us a call.
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summer shade. flick flies, chew tree and crawled upon its trunk.
their cud and watch the pigs run I could look right into the nest
up and down the old fence which was twenty to thirty feet
between the fields. testing it away.
with their snouts. Two more little pigs were
In winter, the back forty is snuggled into the steaming side
frozen, up rooted by the hogs and of the nest.
by freezethaw action. The angus For more than a week, I took a
are away in winter pasture. The bag of corn and pellets to the
back forty is exclusively pigland. sow. One of the pigs died and the
Last January, I walked the remaining little pig lost part of
length and breadth of the back bis tail from frost bite.
forty. I was. looking for a .brood I realized it was wrong to give a
sow that the .comforts I name to an animal . tl\Jtt . you
,of het; pigs ' would. to .. ,
in some wtld frozen gully or some send to market, but I.talled the
old cold Weed patch. tough little pig, pOrk,"
A brood sow will find some which was short for "the pork
place where she can heep up a crop for January."
" nest of leaves and weeds My neighbor evicted "the pork'"
have her young. You won't find and his mother during a
this nest unless you practically relatively nice stretch of weather
step on it. (And you certainly and fixed the flood gate so
wouldn't want to disturb a 350 Ib they couldn't stray from the back
nervous. mama hog.) forty again. Mama hog took up
She evidently had her pigs. She residence in an isolated duplex
hadn't been to the barn yard for hog house. Each day she traveled
corn. For two days, I searched slowly to the barn yard for corn
the back forty and another field, and supplement usually with her
in the freezing wind. Searching hardy little pig. "the pork."
on foot and with binoculars, I
tried to find the sow or her nest.
The sow wasn't in sight.
I followed the creek down
stream and over the floodgate to
my neighbor's property which
includes perhaps the largest wild
blackberry patch in the country.
My neighbor. who has picked
blackberries for sale for years
orice told me that she has the
timed for . _
Now the patch with hundreds of
stickery branches, has a warm
tone of red brown; the eye feasts
Sclerosis Meeting
T-o Be Held '
The Cincinnati Chapter of
National Multiple Sclerosis will
hold their Annual Meeting on
Tuesday. January 15th, at 5:30
p.m. at the Vernon Manor Hotel,
400 Oak Street. Cincinnati.
Tlie speaker will be a national
volunteer. L. Palmer Brown TIl,
President of the National
Multiple Sclerosis Society.
LEBA.NON PARTS Co
H;OURS:
MONDAY thn.; FR IDAY 8:00 A.M. tQ 8:OOP .11.
SATURDA Y 8:00 A.M. to 4:00 P.M
W Ohio
STUBBS-
CONNER
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"What's 'It Like To Grow A Tree?"
WAYNESVILLE BEAT KINGS High Sehool 56-48 Friday.
They play Mason Friday. is a 'must' game'! said
Waynesville Coach Dave Liffick. Statistics for the Way-nesville-
Kings game follow Waynesville 66: Mark Stanley 18, Hofacker
12, Steve Stanley 12, Kidd 8, Cornett 6, Borgerding 4, and Blair
1; Kings 48: Hanna 6, Ed Testaman 8, Gilbert 9, Buchwald 2, D.
Testaman 6, Shivelitt 6, McFarland 6. Bolling 2. L to r Hofacker
passes, Borgerding passes, Kidd looks for an opening (he made
the point), Blair , shoots.
BY GARY BELLMAN
Staff Writer
What's it like to grow a tree was
the question asked of Mrs.
Harold Stanley, mother of Mark
("Tree") Stanley and Steve
Stanley, starters on the WHS
Spartan basketball team.
She commented, "Well, rm just
proud of him and have been
throughout his basketball play-
ing years."
When asked how the name
"Tree" got started she replied,
"One day, Mark was standing on
a corner somewhere and Ron
("Turtle") James walked by and
said, "Hi, Tree," and it just
caught on."
As for Mark's ball _ playing
career, his mother said, "He's
been playing ball since he was a
baby, but 'as for basketball on a
team, his first was in 1968, on th8-.
NCR Traveling Team which had
a championship season that
year."
"During, Junior High," she
continued. "he played on both the'
seventh and grade teams.
After graduating, he went on tq
high school where he then played
ball. As a sophomore,
he played under coach Barton on
the , reserve or junior varsity
team.
"4st year," she added, "as a
junior he played his first year on
the varsity team under ex-coach
Hooper. gaining great exper-
ience he came back this year
better than ever."
Steve played on the same
championship NCR Traveling
Team that Mark did and was a
year younger (5th grade) than
normal for a team of that caliber.
Steve also played on both teams
in the junior high. During his
first year in high school. he
passed up freshman ball to play
reserve. This year, as a junior,
he's playing the best ball of his
life, on the yarsity team.
As for some of the highlights of
each of their basketball careers,
in 1970, Steve won the "hustler"
award at the Fred Taylor Basket-
ball School in Bambridge, Ohio.
In 1971, Mark also won the
"hustler" at Fred Taylor's. In
1972, Mark received the most
valuable player award.
reserve. He was not quite ready CLASSIFIED ADS
for varsity in his sophomore year CAL L _ _ 897-5921
so he played another year of
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MOD - Fri 7:30 am - 5: pm Sat 8:am 4 pm
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897-2966
Both have won jackets and
trophies during the clbampion-
ship season ' at NCR.
If you're . a new parent and
sports nut, and have a nlew son; if
you'd like tQ have your son grow
up to be a "'tree," talk to Mr. and
Mrs. Harold Stanley and ask
them what kind of "super-food"
they fed him when he was a
baby. Feed your son the same
and poof, instant "tree."

.aynesviDe High School Activities
January 9
Seniors order caps and
gowns on stage at 9:46
($6) (payable when or-
dered).
January 10 ,
Drill Team Booster.s
1:80 - Music Room
January 11 .
Mason A
TAMMY COOPER prac-
tices routine on ' the
trampoline for the i PTO
show, January 28 at
Waynesville Higb School.
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January 15
Departmental Meetings -
2:30
Erl'st Clinton H.
Tuesday night.
Januu:y 16
Student Council' Meeting-
6th period - Room 102
Janll4l'Y 18
Pep Rally 8t 1:66
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o FIRE INSURANCE
o LIFE INSURANCE
0 ' HOMEOWNERS
o EDUCATION
o MORTGAGE
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aft'ord. Ihe plan
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Wed, Jain .... , 9, "1974
WARREN' COUNTY COURT NEWS
. December 26
Bren<,lJl:;J;>. Wilhite \ . . John L.
!,.bivorce, Atty., Paul
Herdib ..
Je " - r ' fr vs. Marie Porter,
Divo c, ty., Fred E. Jones
Lewis Ingle vs. Glen Bullock,
Judgement, Atty., Phil Pleska
Owensville Electric Service vs.
Vernon H. Hildebrant, Judge-
ment, Atty., Phil Pleska
December 27
Betty L. Rickert vs. Wm. A.
Rickert, Divorce, Atty., Dave
Batsche
December 28
In the Matter of: J. L. Smith,
Jerry Smith, Robert Baker &
Roy McKinney, the Trustees of
Loveland Park Baptist Church,
Loveland, Ohio -- Complaint for
authority to sell real estate,
Atty., Richard Martin
Clifford Meece, eta!., vs.
Herbert H. Combs, eta!.,
Judgement, Atty., John Zepff
James Ossie Blevins, etai., vs.
Ohio Marine District Inc.,
JUdgement. Atty., Tom Lazaren
January 2
Kathleen Giffen vs. Robert D
Miller', Bastardy-- Transcript
from Mason Municipal Court
Yvonne Ward vs. Dan Day, Jr.,
Bastardy--Transcript from Ma-
son Municipal Court
Vern A. Westfall vs. Sandra S.
Westfall, Divorce, Atty., Garry
Gessee
Chester Leever, etal., vs. Harry
D. Roberts, Judgement, Atty.,
Ed Utz
Royal Empress Homes, Inc., vs.
Missim Comforti, etal., Judge
ment, Atty., Alan Biegel
Marcia Martin vs. Garry
Martin, Divorce, Atty., H.O.
Finkelman
January 3
Richard Smith vs. Geneva K.
Smith, Divorce, Atty., L.E.Ritz
January 4
Lana Brown VB. Larry Brown,
Divorce, Atty., Mark Clark
Wanda Wichterman vs. Allen
Wichterman, Divorce, Atty.,
Mark Clark
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The MIAMI 'GAZETrE
King Appointed To Telephone Post.
The appointment of David D.
King as Vioe President of
Operations for United Telephone
Company of Ohio has been
announced by the firm's
President, Robert H. Snedaker.
King, a veteran of thirteen
years with Ohio Bell Telephone
Company, will officially join
United at their headquarters in
Mansfield on January 15, 1974.
A, native of Cleveland, Ohio,
King holds a Bachelor of Science
degree from the University of
Dayton. Upon graduation, King
entered Officers' Candidate
School for the United States
Coast Guard. Upon being
discharged, he joined Ohio Bell iIll
the Management Development
Program.
While with Ohio Bell, King heidi
positions in the Plant, Market-
ing, Traffic and Personne'!
Departments. Most recently he
was Division Plant Manager,
DAVID KING
Canton-Youngstown Division.
King and his wife, Janice, and
their three children, Carrie,
Shelly and Matthew will be
relocating to Mansfield.
Springboro School
January 9
F.T.A. meeting
January 10
Fresh. Basketball
Mason (H)
Juuary 12
Varsity -Basketball
Bellbrook (A)
Juury 14
Chess Club
Juuary 15
7-8 Basketball
Waynesville (A)
Juuary ,16
Jr. Hi St. Council
7th Period '
N.H.S. Meeting
January 17
Community and Business
schools
7-8 Basketball
Lakota (H)
Fresh. Basketball
Little Mianu,..(A)
January 18
Varsity Basketball
Blanchester (A)
End - 2nd 9 weeks
41 days due
End 1st semester
, 88 days due
Juaary 19
Varsity Basketball
Waynesville (H)
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Cli/ ' 897-5921
CLASSIFIED ADS:
$1.25 minimum charge
over 25 words 5 ceots
extra per word.
THANK YOU&
MEMORIUM:
$1.25 minimum charge -
over 25 words 2 cents
extra per word.
I WANTED.
Wanted: Ride to Lebanon to
Mulford's Greenhouse, 7 a.m. to
4 p.m. Call 897-6200.
OR
For Rent: Now open (near Calser
Creek) Boat and Camper stor-
age, space available, cheap
rates. Harveysburg Boat Stor-
age, Main and Cross St.
Harveysburg, Ohio, Phone
513-897-6217.
Unfurnished ranch style one bed-
room apartment, electric stove,
refrigerator, air conditioning,
garbage disposal, wall to wall
carpet, adults only, Phone 897-
4831 or Dayton 271).5877.
FOR SALE
For Sale:' firewood, you haul,
$17.50 per rick, $SO.OO per cord.
1\.11 season hardwood. Call 897-
2395. .!
Connie Beck
BOOKKEEPING AND
TAX SERVICE
55 E. Lytle Rd.
885-2404
Profes.iottalDirecto .. y
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AIiUMINUM SIDING AND.
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All brands-free esti-
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CARPETS FURNITURE AND GIFT SHOP
BI-RITE CARPET & TILE, 140
S. Main .St., Carpet. floors,
ceramic, ceilings, 897-5511
W 222-5608, Dayton,
DEPARTMENT STORES
.w A YNESVILLE FURNITUHE
AND GIFT SHOr wallpaper
and draperies 897 -4971
HEArING AND
AIR CONDITIONING
. UNIVERSAL AND
MILLERS DEPT. STORE" AIR CONDITIONING. welding '
61 S. Main St., Waynesville . and portable
897-4946. Wearing apparel for MarvlOs '!aynesville,
the entire family. . , 897-4936 BUSUlesa, .if no answer
. , call 932-4823
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PAINT & WALLPAPER
DON'S PAINT & WALLPAPER
107 E. Mulberry St.
Lebanon, Ohio 932-2930
PHARMACIES
LOVELESS PHARMACY
Professional Prescription serv-
ice 33 S. Main Street 897-7076
PHOTOS
WASHINGTON SQUARE
LAUND1tOMAT AND DRY
CLEARNERS. 88 S: fwiain
Waynesville,
"THE NATIONAL LIFE & AC- > VALLEY VIEW PHOTOS
INSURANCE CO: 9 E. Main St Lebanon, Ohio
(Grand Ole Opry I'eople) Fred 932-6307
Napjer agent 897-3111
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REAL ESTATE
WORKMAN & BELCHER
REALTY CO. Real Estate &
Auction Sales, 75 S. Main St.,
897-2946 Waynesville, 223-5637
Dayton
K.S.A. REALTY, 88 S. Main St.,
Waynesville 897-3501
LYNN FIELDS. 7956 Cahall PI
Waynesville; 1-885-5453 or 897-
6055; Camfield Company Inc.
433-9912 or 897-6055.
SUPER MARKETS
ELLIS SUPER V ALU quality
and low prices open till nine, 7
days a week, phone 897-5001.
WAYNESVILLE MAlUCET .
69 S. Main St. - .. t
Specialiats ' . 1
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The little Red Shed
ANTIOUES
MAIN STREET
WAVNESVILLE, OHIO
PHONE 8916326
ner,,1 Line - Dealers Welcome
MON. BY CHANCE
TUES. THRU SAT. 10.5:00
OPEN SUNDAY 15 P.M.
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STORE
107 S. Main St.
Waynesville, Ohio
((513) 862-51811
Hrs: 12 to 8 Fri, Sat, Sun.
THE 1835 HOUSE
TIl 1835 !ruE
55 S. Main St, Springboro, Ohio
Tues, Thurs, Sat & Sun
HAY'S
Furniture
Stripping
. "REVOLUTIONARY
NEW METHOO"
THE SAFE AMITY PROCESS
FurnIture RtHonlshin, Now
with This Method! All Pilint and
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DUSTER GLAZE has been used _
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It is a mlxture of
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appearlt metallic and
P9Uery {a1etories- made
tWQ one witb lines .and
,and the otber. withl wide
bands of bubbling luster. The'
pink lus'ter por,celain was
because of the shape of
cup bandIes, made about
1890. The small plate with the
school house design ' was
probably made about 1850.
E STABLES
English Hunt Seat
SaddUe Seat
BOARD TRAI
HAWK
IHB&MEI
invites you to
spend a few
minutes to
see the
biggest utique
in town ...
The 148 :year old
Grist Mill
where you'll 81so
find a wade
assortme,nt of

gifts displayed
in an atmosphere
reminiscent of aa
old coUJItry store.
Wlldmans Splc-es--66 Varlt1es
Hard Candy--Extract
We're just n 'few minutes
down th,e hiP (rom
WaynesvliUe on Ri. 42
(I/Z mile Dtl,t1h.of Rt. 73)
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Red Heart ,Winluk . " $
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Many to choose from
MILLER'S DEPT STORE
OPEN 9-9 Mop-Slit 1-5 Sun
61 S Main
OMING SOON - NEW
W A
'PUPPET . THEA TER
We will present two shows
Riding Hood AND Wonis
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WOnts
To. Make Your March Beautlful
(We would have opened sooner but the
wolf has been overdoing his part again)
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R.R.# 3
Waynesville
Ohio
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V.ol. 6, No. 3
Wednesday, 16, 1974
Fire Destroys Davis Trailer
.WHILE THE RAY DAVIS FAMILY was at church Sunday, fire destroyed their trailer home on
Lythe Road. nor,th of Waynesville. Tlie flames had just broken through the front of the trailer
when ftremen arrived. The interior was gutted by the 'flames. Lester Rasnick Cries smold,ering
, plastic cov.e! through living room; Ed Micliener;-dlill Carter and Roy Miller help remove flaming
_ furniture.
CoPy tOe
Dennis V. Colston Named
Account Executive For WLWD
DENNIS V. COLSTON
DENNIS V. COLSTON
has been named account
exec utive for WLWD
TV2's sales staff, effective
January 14. The announce-
ment was made by Donald
E. Meineke, General Sales
Manager, WLWD. Colston
has been Community
Ser vices Director for
WLWD si nce 1969. Before
that he was Community
Services producer and
assistant for two years.
Colston. a graduate of In-
diana Uni versity, is from
Waynesville, Ohio. He and
his wife Karen live at 524
Duberry Place in Center-
vill e and are the parents of
Cy ndi Lynn. two years old.
Harsha Wants Stop _1"0
Rising Gas Prices
Congressman William H. Har
.. sha-of the SixLh District of Ohio
today demanded an immediate
halt to rising prices for gasoline
and heating oil and a full investi-
gation of the reports that the oil
industry stockpiled jet fuel.
"By shutting off a few li ghts and
presenting a parade of energy
czars, the administration has
shown little positive action."
Harsha said in letters to energy ,
chief William E. Simon and Cost
of Living Council John
T. Dunlop.
He charged, "If has allowed the
oil companies to continually raise
their prices .
"These companieQi,l"e gnes
which have reportedly stockpiled
jet fuel while the airlines cut
fli ghts and workers because of
shortages.' Whe this fuel was
sold. the price had increased
from 50 percent to 100 percent.
"My investigations have reo
vealed one company has at least
100 million gallons of gasoline in
storage at one refinery.
"If this is the kind of free
market which is supposed to get
us through the energy shortage,
I want it stopped," Harsha con-
cluded.
E. Koib Seeks Nomination
"Walking TaU" Hero Is Sheriff Wallace's Guest
Stanley E'. KDlb. a
a,!d,"Ornt:y and
tod!'y t-hat . will
seek nomination
Jor ' tate Representative for the
73rd disCrit t ip the May'. primary ..
Kolb, the:.. Wilfren _ County
Democratic . Central Comnuttee
chairman; was ' the :'-ProS-ecuting
Attorney of WIlrr'en CQunty from
1961 ,to 1965. ':. ,
with"his fainity at
300 Elm Street. Frl!nklin.He waS
bornin Butler and reared
in Carlisle, Franklin and' Clear-
creek Township.
Kolb JJtated -thll't he has
resigned: 'as a me.mber of the
Warren:. County ' Board of
" Education when he , took out a
Pet,ltUlD Qn He is also
the
9.n Januarj :30th, since .
4nd
STA,NLEY E. KOLB
State Ohio.
UniversitY " .
Kolb is- 'in&rried to -the forl1ler
Janet Ilis';of and they
have iwosOns. 'l'qm;.ill and Jobn,
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BY SANDEE BLAZER
Buford Pusser. the Tennessee
Sheriff who has a legend
in his own time, was "walking
," but very carefully. last week
on icy Lebanon streets as he was
escorted about by Warren
County Sheriffs Deputies who
arranged for' his personal
appearance here. (pro-
nounced Pus-ser) was here
Thursday and Friday during the
showing. of -the movie his
life, "Walking Tall," at the
Lebanon Cinema.
Warren County Deputies.
Arnold, Smith and Larry Gould
made'.anangementa witit{Wood-
row Wilson. managoi-- at the
Cinemaq. to have a
movie at
:'i
. frOm the area who are
to a' and answer
sesslon' $ith 'Pusser ' &rter the
. min. r '- " .
indicates he has no desire to seek
the office .of Sheriff again, but
might consider being a candidate
for a higher level office, although
not in the near future.
"I really did carry a big stick, as
the movie shows,' Pusser said.
"After I was beaten and robbed, .
I got a stick to get attention."
He said that the movie is basic-
ally accurate except for the final
scene when the townspeople
react with an en mass march on
the "Lucky Spot: The home
used to represent his father's
place is the real one in Tennessee
but the home used to depict
Buford's family home is not--the
. real McCoy was burned down. he
said. I
Buford's wife was killed. as the
movie shows,.but only three men
were involved in the death. he
said. TWo of the three are now
dead and the third is serving
time .
Although Pusser seems to enjoy
touring the country and
as he has for nine months now.
his . entry into fame was - a
surpriSe to bim.
'''File mo,le i(iea eame from a
.t ;,;.". ,' "., .!,. oj , ,.t
.," .
CBS special in 1969," Buford ex
plained. "A Hollywood producer
saw the show and called to ask
about making a movie from it. I
thought someone was pulling my
leg, so I asked him to send a
telegram of confirmation and I
began checking him out in Holly-
wood. I later found out that he
was checking me out at the same '
time."
Pusser told law enforcement
personnel that he believes cor-
ruption came to his county
because of its proxintity to dry
areas in nearby ' Mississippi and
Alabama. Organized crime
brought with' it a "plague" 'of
robberies at businesses. ,he
thinks. because after the "cleah-
up," the number of robberies at
banks, supermarkets. jewelty
stores. etc.. dropped ae-

Sheriff took office . there wu -no
budget, and he the
deputies
illegally;
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CUSTER GLAZE has been used _
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It is a mixture of
pt,ltinuni. copper or gold salts.
luster appears metallic. and
glosy., factories- made
one with lines ,and
arid the other with' wide
bands of bubbling luster. The
pink lus'ter porcelain abovl was
because of the shape of
the cup handles. made about
1890. The small plato with the
school house design - was
probably made about 1850.
ESTABLES
English Hunt Seat
Sadd'eSeat
BOARD TRA
HAWK
\HB&MEJ
invites you to
spend a few
minutes to
see the
biggest anUque
in town ...
The 148 year old
Grist Mill
where you'll 81so
find a wide
assortment of
contemporary
gifts displayed
in an atmol,phere
reminiseent; 0' an
old country store.
Wildmans Bplces-,-66 Varlt1es
Hard Candy--Extract
We're just a JE!W minutes
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Sale on Boots and Shoes
Many to choose from
MILLER'S DEPT STORE
OPEN 99 MO!l-SIlt 1-5 Sun
61 S Main
OMING SOON - NEW
W A YNESVILLE-' .
PUPPET . THEA TER
We will present two shows
Riding Hood AND Wonts, Wonls
TQ. Make Your March Beautiful
(We would have opened sooner but the
wolf has been his part again)
Wal tar Burdine
R.R.# 3
Waynesville
Sewnd cl ass pustage paid at Waynesvill e. Ohiu
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Destroys Davis Trailer Dennis V. Colston Named
,WHILE THE RAY DA VIS FAMILY was at church Sunday, fire destroyed their trailer home on
Lythe Road, north of Waynesville. The flames had just broken through the front of the trailler
when firemen arrived. The interior was gutted by the 'fiames. Lester Rasnick carries smoldering
plastic cover through living room; Ed Michener. ill Carter and Roy Miller help remove flaming

Account Executive For WLWD
DENNIS V. COLSTON
DENNIS V. COLSTON
has been named account
exec utive for WLWD
TV2's sales staff, effective
January 14. The announce
ment was made by Donald
E. Meineke. General Sales
Manager. WLWD. Colston
has been Communit y
Ser vices Director for
WLWD since 1969. Before
that he was Community
Serv ices producer a nd
assistant for two years.
Colston. a graduate of In
diana University. is from
Waynesvill e. Ohio. He and
his wife Karen li ve at 524
Duberry Place in Center
vill e and are the parents of
Cyndi Lynn. two years old.
Harsha Wallts _To
Rising Gas Prices
Congressman William H. Har
'Sha of the Sixth DistTict of Ohio
today demanded an immediate
halt to rising prices for gasoline
and heating oi l and a full in vesti
gation of the reports that the oi l
industry stockpiled jet fuel.
"By shutting off a few li ghts and
presenting a parade of energy
czars, the administration has
shown little positive action."
Harsha said in letters to energy
chief William E. Simon and Cost
of Living Council Chairman John
T. Dunlop.
He charged, "If has allowed the
oil companies to continually raise
their prices.
"These companie".are .!>nes
which have reportedly stockpil ed
jet fuel while the airlines cut
flights and workers because of
'shortages: Whe this fuel was
sold. the price had increased
from 50 percent to 100 percent.
"My investigat ions have reo
vealed one company has at least
100 million gallons of gasoline in
storage at one refinery.
"If this is the kind of free
market which is supposed to get
us through the energy shortage,
I want it stopped," Harsha con
eluded.
SiQn.le.r E. Kolb Seeks Nomination
,'t'
"Walking TaU" Hero Is Sheriff Wallace"s Guest
.:.. .. " ;-" .,.
Stanley E. ,1{olb, ' a Frllnklin - . ' I ., '
att.orney and ' Solicit-pr, .'
today . thAt he will
seek the nomination
for State- Representative for the
73rd dist rict in the May primary.
Kolb, the_ Warren _. County
Democratic Central ComMittee
Chairinan, was the
Attorney of Wa.rren County from
BY SANDEE BLAZER
1961 to 1965. .
Kolr reIJides with' his falllily at
300 Elm Street. Frtinklin.He waS
born in Butler County and reared
in Carlisle. Franltlin and' Clear- '
creek TQwnship. ,
Kolb ) Jtated th,,'t he has
resigned, 'as a of the
Warren . County Board ' of
E:ducatioJ) when he took out a
petition on Tuesday: Ite is also
resigning the Chair-
man JanuarY,30th inee
and
Buford Pusser, the Tennessee
Sheriff who has become a legend
in his own time, was
," but very carefully, last week
on icy Lebanon streets as he was
escorted about by Warren
County Sherifrs Deputies who
arranged for ' his personal
appearance here. (pro-
nounced Pus-ser) was here
Thursday and Friday during the
showing of ',the movie hi!!
life, "Walking TaU," nt the
Lebanon Cinema.
Warren County
Arnold l Smith and Larry Gould
. STANLEY E. kOLB made,-aJ.rangements
State row Wilson. manage'" t ,the
, Cinemall . to ,have a
Kolb is married to the former showing of the movie at 0 a.m.
'and they TbuNdayV-ti "' law enfor<eement
T9Iq;:i!tandJohn. the area who are
9, ' - ". " treated to<a' questioQ.&J!d answer
of:- seilalon witb dter the
_ .,-- , '. ' ," .
indicates he has no desire to seek
the office ,of Sheriff again, but
might consider being a candidate
for a higher level office, although
not in the near future.
"I really did carry a big stick, as
the movie shows," Pusser said,
"After I was beaten and robbed, '
1 got a stick to get attention."
He said that the movie is basic
ally accurate except for the final
scene when the townspeople
, react with an enmass march on
the "Lucky Spot." The home
used to' represent his father's
place is the real one in Tennessee
but the home used to depict
Buford's family home is not--the
real McCoy was burned down, he
said' L
Buford's wife was killed, as the
movie shows ..but only three men
were involved in the death. he
said. Two 9f the three are now
dead and the third is 'serving
time.
Although Pusser seems to enjoy
touring the country and abroad.
as he baa for nine months now.
his ('ntry into fame was a
M I; ..' year surprise to him.
He ., '''Ph, m,oyie iCiea came from a
'" .'.f\.1 ' .. .... I
CBS special in 1969," Buford ex
plained. "A Hollywood producer
saw the show and called to ask
about making a movie from it. I
thought someone was pulling my
leg, so I asked him to send a
telegram of confirmation and I
began r.hecking him out in Holly-
wood. I later found out that he
was checking me out at the same
time."
Pusser told law enforcement
personnel that he believes cor-
ruption came to his county
because of its proxinnty to dry
areas in nearby Mississippi and
Alabama. Organized crime
brought with' it a "plague" of
robberies at businesses. .he
thinks, because after the "clean-
up," the number of robberies. at
banks, supermarkets. jewelry
stores. etc.. dropped 'ac-
cording to his figures, '
Before tbe 6'6". 250 ppund
Sheriff tooft office. there ,vu ftC)
budget. and he sUlm* _ ...,. _ ....
deputies
illegally. be said.
Sheriff. there
r
(ContinUW .
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ALTHOUGH PUSSER HAS been subjected to hundreds of
interviews, like this one, with a young man who wants to do a
recording about the exSheriff and law enforcement in general,
he still maintains a lack of egotism and seems embarrassed
from time-to-time by all the hullabaloo surrounding him.
CPL. ARNOLD SMITH, right, Chief Dispatcher for.the Warren
County Sheriffs Department, started the ball rolling for the
appep-ance tiere of Buford Pusser,' second from righi, the
exSheriff of MeNairy County, Tennessee, about whom the
movie "Walking Tall" was made. Sgt. Larry Gould, second from
left, helped Smith escort Pusser about the county during his
two-day visit here. At left is special deputy John Lawhorn, one
of hundreds of area law enforcement officers who met the
famous Pusser.
THE LINGERING COLD
IS BAD N'EWS
How does your cold usually start out -
cough, sore throat, snilne? For each of us it
Is most often the same symptom for each cold.
And usually your cold wUl run Ita courle, in
about the same way every time. H U'. not
really a severe one you ..u.ht even get rid
of it without seem&, your physician.
The cold you want to be extra careful
with is the one that does not foliow your
usual pattern. Either it starts off differently
or It does not respond to your efforts to treat
it. Don't let this klod hanl" 00, see your phy-
sician before somethln&, serious develops.
"A GREAT MANY PEOPU: ENTa178T 178
with their )II"eKI'IP.... beallb __ .... etIler
pbarmae,. prodaca.. We eomIder .... tnst
prlYilep aacl did)'. Ma,. we ... ,. .. penoaaI
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BY GARY
If you ever talk to anybody
about the movie . "Walking Tall'
and they say that not true,
just a bunch of bunk. well, don't.
let Buford Pusser them. .
Standing at 6'-6" froin head to
toe and an exwrestle!', it would
not be healthy to fight him. Yes,
folks believe it or not Buford
Pusser is rea!. Buford is the sub-
ject of the now popular movie
"Walking Tal!." The movie tells
of how he and a handful of
deputies cleaned up all the illegal
gambling, prostitution and boot
legging in McNairy County, Ten
nessee.
If you have seen the movie you
know the old saying "Walk softly
. and carry a big stiek" is true.
My first question tlO BUford was
"Mr. Pusser. when did you fll'st
start wrestling (waillting to take
it.. slow, considering this was my
first press conference)". His
(Continued from page 1)
time and 12 part time deputies.
"In response to a question about
the Judge," Pusser said,
"Evidently, Ute .Judge owned a
number of machines in the area,
pinball machines; E!tc. and juke
boxes."
"Nothing was done about the
situation for years because
everybody was afr,aid to get in
volved," the former Sheriff said.
Although one would assume one
so devoted to law enforcement,
and so effective if) his field,
would have been f1l1lfilling a life-
time dream. Buford Pusser
claims he was never interesied.in
law enforce:ment while . a ;
"As a matter, of. the
former Sheriff saiid, "I. was an
ordinary boy. I even stole water
melons."
Democrats Vote
For LInkous
Warren County Democrats
voted last week to recommend to
Secretary of State Ted W. Brown
that he reappoint Cecil Linkous
of Lebanon as Ollle of the two
Democratic members of . the
Warren County Board Qf Elec
tions.
.
Linkous, chairman Qf the
Warren County Democratic
ExecuHve Committee, I was
recommended foil' another four
year term, beginning March 1,
1974. The oth4er Democratic
member of the Board is Stanley'
Kolb of Franklin who is chairman
of the Warren County Demo-
cratic Central Committee.
The Executive Committee met
in special session this month to
consider the BoaJrd recommenda
tion.
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reply went something like this So that night- I read bopk
"While I was. in' high school. I fro>m cover to cover and the next
gave no thought to wrestling, so moriung I did something I re-
naturally right after high school I member I changed his off!ce
went into the service. I never _ from a plus room upstairs to an
went overseas, I.was stationed at old men's restroom downstair/l.
South Carolina. It was' there that And the funny part is the judge
the thought of Professional couldn't do a thing about it. I had
Wrestling hit me. After I got out legal right and when he
of the service. I went to Chicago said "you can't do that" I said
and started taking wrestling 'Judge, you better read up on
lessons. After that, I went into your law some."
pro wrestling."
When McClure asked Mr.
Coming back home in 1964, with Pusser howt he idea for the
his wife and two children, Buford movie came about he gave us this
thou,h it was time to start answer. "It aU .started back in
settling down. With the fll'st 1970, when Roger Mudd of CBS
thing on the family agenda being news d.id a special report on me,
a house, they bought one. the producer of the movie' (name
When we asked Mr. Pusser - -not mentioned) saw it and
what made him run for sherriff would ' make a good
he said "It . was because of the movie. so he hired Mort . Briskin
corruption. I thought it all had to to be in charge of Pre-prOduction
stop, so I sherriff and planning: This pJanning . all in all,
won." So in 1964 Buford Pusser 'with the scrip being written and
became sherriff of McNairy everything took approximately 3
County, Tennessee. For the next years.
6 years (3 two year terms) it was "Before the movie was filmed
Buford's fate to rearrange this "commented Mr; Pusser" Joe
entire county, from rotton with Don _ Baker lived with my
corruption, to great and good children and myself trying to get
with law; .
the . feel pf playi)lg me." "He
Naturally ' in every !Dovie with us for about three
there's afways at least one-super" weeks," he replied.
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funny . super funny when I asked he' : felt wl1ile the movie was.
Buford about it he told us this filmed he said "For me it was like
"The judge I was having trooble a- 'totally different experience."
with wasn't a bad judge, just a "It was a feeling I just can't
sassy one. He told me that I explain."
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1973
This column of questions and answers on federal
tax matters is provided by the IQcal office of the U.S.
Internal Revenue Service and is published as a public
service to taxpay.ers. The column answers questions
most frequ'ently asked by taxpayers.
Your Ohio Laws
by
.'\ fcw wo:ck ,- ago I un-
vcikd a no: w wcapon
in t hc war on onll! -
n; w \egi sla ,
tinl1 that will bc intnllJul: cd
inlll the (i o: no: ral As,,; clllbl y
b y a hi -pani ..;; ,n group nf

-Ellery I:it y. town ano 11 11 -
lage in Ohi o has hao fir st-
hano o: xperi enl:e with
abuse. Drugs I:an oestroy
mental ;1110 physical of
our young peoplo: . ruin thei r
futures ano kill tho:m. T hefl
by drug
56. million a day allll thc il -
legal use of cosh our
nation bet ween SIX and
hillion annuall y in propert y
damage. lost productivit y and
drug-relateo nimo: .
As Attorno: y G eneral I
have seen what orug abu..;,t.'
can do amI I know that par-
cnt..; . law cnforcement lI ffi-
ciab and man y ot"her, ar e
deepl y about thi,
prohlem.
I know these thing' be -
cause I hi lve been
the prohlem for three
The Ohio Bureau of Crimi -
nal Identification and
tigation. which is part of my
office . handled more than
6.000 drug-related case, i n
1973.
Ohio' s current
laws are simply not the pow-
erful weapons we need 10
control the situation. I
lieve the proposed legi slation
is a key to the ultimate vic-
tory over drug abuse.
The present patchwork of
drug-ahuse laws are inell'ec-
for three hasic reasons:
Firs\. the classilication of
drugs is confusing and out of
date. Drugs are classified ac-
cording to their chemical fam-
ily and each family its
own controls. Drugs cannot
he added or recl(lssified e'x-
cept through thl! time -
I:onsuming Iegislati vl! pro-
cess.
my travel expenses to come in
for a job interview_ Is payment
of these expenses taxable in-
come to me?
A. The amount you receive is
income only to the extent that
it exceeds your actual expenses.
Attorney General
William J. Brown
Se(;ono. urug pu, her, get
oIl too I! a..; il y. T hey are re-
ga ro eu in , ome ar ea, a'
who have heat en the
, ystem because they are hac k
0 11 the , treeh in a mail er of
after being pi ckeu up for
,elling
T hiru. thl! rl! are no incen-
tives for urug users to 'ieek
voluntary treatment ano re-
hahilitation either before or
aft er entning th l! crimi nal
ju, til:e
T hl! new legi slation I havl!
oraft l!u oeals specili call y with
thl! ' O: probll!l1h. It 1:0111, hl r
1111111 .1,1/" n . " , 1/1 - /1/ ,,1>111 i" 11111
jail rangi ng from 6
to I :! year s for certai n
. ' e-xce pti onall y har mf ul ur
dange rous i nvol v-
ing l: oITupting another with
orug, . trafli cking in or selling
orugs . IIlU the theft of drugs.
I n addi tion. the legi slation
would encourage voluntary
treatment and re habilitat ion
and res tructure methadone
treatment progmms under the
Department of Mental Health
and Mental Retardation.
My nex t two columns will
deal with ,pec ifi c provi sions
of the proposed legi,lati on.
Blais to belp yoa sawe
OD yoar g .. 1dIIs.
Clean or replace air
filters several times during
the heating season. Keep
radiant heating units free
of dust and lint.
Set thermostat at mini- _
mum temperature required for comfort. Make
gradual adjustment only if needed to maintain
desired comfort level. Avoid frequent
adjustment.
Remember each degree lower wi \I save 3 %
on your heating bill.
By turning down the thermostat at night,
as much as 10 degrees, you can save even
more. Be careful not to overheat in bringing
the temperature up to the daytime level , as this
can waste more fuel than you have saved .
If you are going to be away from home
for an extended period, turn heat down but
not off . With no heat in the house,water
pipes may freeze and burst.
Draw draperies over
windows to prevenl heat
loss. The windows facing
the sun should be uncov-
ered to let in the sun's
rad iant heat.
Avoid unnecessary opening of outside
doors which lets heated air escape. Keep
storm doors and windows tightly closed.
Inner doors connecting
to unheated area (base-
ment, attached garage,
attic) should be left closed.
If you have a fireplace, close damper
when it is not in use to prevent loss 0(.'"
heated air.
Q. I had a lot of dental 'work
done recently. and I ukeel 'my
itentiat to biD me after the
is a tax-free gift, Q. What are some of the typ-
Repair loose or broken windows.
of the year. Can I still deduet
these medieal expenses on .y
, 1973 retum 7 . , .... _ ... . _
ical records that a tax .. ,er
might use in opentin, a .amall
business 7 . , .
A. A typical recor\ikeeping ly ....
tern for a small busin(!Js might
include: a daily summary of
cuh a monthly incollle
a .
'v, .... ,... a business checkbook, .
depreciation record. and an
ci)m)ltenlatlc)n record.
It will cosl loss 10 heal
your home if it is insulated
and If windows and doors
are properly weather
stripped.
_ TIHI Service People
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O' ... ReDort Ol ,lhe lanuary Session Ol -The 1914 llerm 01 Grand Jury
TO: ,The Honorable P. DaDie}
Fedders. JUdge of'the Court of
Common Pleas, Warren County,
Ohio '
The Grand Jurors for the Court
of CommOD Pleas in and for
Warren County, Ohio, the
January. 1974 Term, do hereby
report to the Court, that it has
been in session for TWO (2)
DAYS: Morris J. Turkelson,
Prosecuting Attorney having
been in attendance and herewith
by the Foreman, James W.
Smyth, presents to the Court the
Indictments found by the said
Grand Jury.
During our session we have
diligently examined into all
matters presented to us and
brought to our attention. We
have considered for Indictment
45 offenses involving 27
defendants. During our session
we examined ,approximately 70
witnesses and as a result of our
examination of said witnessp.s,
we hereby present 25 Indict- ,
ments. The 25 persons indicted,
represent 40 different offenses. 4
cases presented to the Grand
Jury for , examination were
ignored and 1 case was continued
to the March Session of the
January, 1974 Term of Grand
Jury. As a result of our
investigation. we have found no
indictments in the following
cases:
1. Marjorie LambMurder,
Second Degree, 10067
2. Thomas Allen, Possession of
Hallucinogen for Sale, 10117
3. Jean Dwayne Adams,
Receiving & Concealing Stolen
Property, 10128
After due' consideration, we
returned 25
Indictments in the following
cases:
1. Dennis Alcorn, 9579 Home
stead Drive, Franklin, Uttering a
Forged Instrument, 10107
2. Earl Key, Jr., 726 Julia Dr.,
Franklin, Burglary, Inhabited
WARREN COUNTY, OHIO
Funeral- services held ,
Friday, January 11, at , .the
Stubbs-Conner Funeral llome for
Claude Napier, age 50, of 8519
Old Stage Rd. Mr. Napier passed
away Tuesday, "January 8, at
Miami Valley Hospital in Dayton.
He is survived by one daughter,
Mrs. Sandra Jo Geering of
6. Michael Bruce Schlotman,
4177 Crystalview Court, Gimlin
nati, ' Armed llobbery, 1011i)
7. Thomas Allen, 6180 Snider-.
crest Drive, Mason, Giving away
and seQi,ng an Hallucinogen (4!
counts), 10117
8. Richard Cornish, 8873
Princeton-Glendale Rd., Port
Union, Purchasing Exempt
Narcotic, 10118
9. Roy Lee Prater, 524
Thompson St., Morrow, Burgla
ry, Uninhabited Building, Night
Season, Grand Larceny, Forcing
Entry into Vending Machine,
10119
10. Willard Roberts, Box 71 L,
St.Rt. 123, Morrow, Carrying
concealed weapon, 10120
11. Samuel Earl Stone, 506
Spring Ave., Franklin, Burglary,
Uninhabited building, Night
Season, 10121
12. Lloyd Whisman, 101 W. 7th
St., Franklin, Burglary, Uninha-
bited building, Night Season,
10122
13. David Penrod" R.R.H2,
Lower Springboro Rd, Waynes
ville, Burglary, Uninhabited
building, Night Season (2
counts), Burglary, Inhabited
building, Night Season (1 count),
10123
14. Marvin Hensley, 715 E. 2nd
St., Franklin, Possession of an
Hallucinogen For Sale, 10124
15. Everett Dakin, R.R.H2, New
Burlington Rd., Waynesville,
Burglary, Uninhabited building,
Night Season (2 counts);
Burglary, Inhabited building, into the discipline and treatment
Night Season ' of prisoners and accommoda-
16. Ronnie Caldwell, 109 Main tions. The general consensus of
St,, ' Morrow, Burglary" Uninha- opinion among the Grand ' Jury
bited building; Night Season, was that the condition of the jail
10127 was in extremely poor condition
17. Jean Dwayne Adams, 23 and a new facility is required.
John St., Carlisle, F(]Irgery (2 Special comment was made to
counts), 10128 the fact that everything was
18. Ronnie Caldwell, same as generally clean. especially in the
above, Burglary, Uninhabited kitchen area. Further ,notation '
building, Night Season, (2 was made that the working
counts); Grand larceny (2 counts) quarters for the officers were
19. , Everett Tolson, 15 E. extremely inadequate and that
Broadway, S Lebanon, Rape, there were no recreational
10130 facilities for persons or
20. Ronald Leslie Brock, 158 being held within jail.
Linwood Dr., FrankJiJll, Cutting ...
with Intent to Maim. 10131
21. Robert Sizemore, Catskill
Dr., Franklin, Burglary, Uninha
bited building, Night Season.
10134 '
22. Secret
23.
24. Secret
25. Secret
James W. Smyth, Foreman
January Session, 1974 Term
of Grand Jury
Warren County, Ohio
Morris J. Turkelson,
Prosecuting Attorney
Wtlrren County. Ohio
-Dayton, two sons, Kenneth ,Ray
of New Carlisle and Claude Jr. of
Dayton, seven sisters, Mrs. Dale
Taylor of Mississippi, Mrs.
Deloras Coilley and Mrs. Erma
Gayhart both of Kentucky, Mrs.
Pauline Carrier and Mrs: G1actys
Brackney both of Lima, Mrs.
Annette and Mrs.
Glenna Chambers both of
Florida, three brothers, Vernon
Napier of Waynesville, Elmer. A.
Napier of Florida. Gregory E.
Napier of Indiana, one Grand
daughter and one grandson a'nd
several nieces
Rev. James Brown of the
Friendship Baptist Church in
Harveysburg officiated the
service and Interment was at
Miami Cemetery, Corwin.
The folluwing case was
continued to the Mar(:h Session
of the January. 1974 Term of
Grand Jury: SEEGERS MARKET
1. Steve Miller, Llarceny of
Firearms, 10108
The January Term of the 1974
Warren County Grand Jury,
visited and examined the Warren
County Jail in Leballlon, Ohio,
pursuant to the requirements of
Section 2939.20, of the Ohio
Revised Code. We have exam
ined its conditions and inquired
State Rt 122 at Drake Rd. Lebanon, 0

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3. David N. Hartness, 1143
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Third & MIcimI 5hets
10100 .. "".1unIiIIy NiamIng
6130 p.m.-1unIiIIy Iv.llng
6130 p."".WtMIn .. oIIry Iv.llng
"-897-4462 far 1 .. ,o"" .. 1Ion
First Baptist Church
Nai1h MaIn __
John P. a.t.on.. PWtar
10100 .. m.-SunIIay IchooI
11100 .. m.-MomIng WorshIp
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152 HIgh.sn.t ..., ... .,..
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10130 .. m.-Worahlp
7Ioop."" ......
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.ourth s ...... _ HIgh
9130 .. "".SundIIy School
10145 .. "".SunIIay MeetIng far Wonhip
(Ui ... .." .... '"
St. Augustine Church
HIgh StrMt
..... JoHph H. 1.utrNr. Pw ....
7 a."" & 11 a.",,MaI ..
I a."" & p.""-HoIy Day.
71" p."" ...... , .ricItoy
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p."".1Irtur*Iy NIDal
St.
ThInI ;. MIeIN SIir.atI
Rt. s..any Ad.
..... S'- CoaIo. Pw ....
10130 .. m.-Sunday School
7100 p.m..Sunday ._ s.mc.
7130 p.m.-'- llday 1_ Senttce
7130 p.m.Sat 1_ ServIc.
First Church of God
Lytle Ad. at.any ......... tIon
Pw ....
7100 p."".... .." .....
9130 .. m.-1unIiIIy School
10130 _.,.,....Sunday
7100 p."" ....., ..... IervIceI
United Church of Christ
IIDute 42 at o.wwtown
lay StonMr. Pw ....
9130 .. m. . Worship Senttce
10130 IunIIIIy Chufth SIr-'
5100 p."" SunIIay Youth ''''-hlp
Ferry
Ferry Church of Christ
Wilmington Pike & Soc:lal Row ltd.
.. WIs.-", MInk ..
91 15 .. "" ..... School
10115 .. "" MornIng Worship ServIc.
10115 .. "" Sunday Youth 'WorshIp
6100 p.m. Youth .....
7100 p.m. 1-*'8. ServIc.
7130 p."" MIdw.Ic
and IIble study
Lytle
United Methodist Church
..... Slvall "*-nian
9130 .. m..Sunday School
101 .... "".SunIIay Worship. ServIc.
.19100 .p,"'-''NJMIlloIIry Iv.llng
... etucty - !1"
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IIi.ctor Pentecostal Holiness Church
w 4th .... 5th ...... , walter L. I.-.b, ......
.....,... ls' .... 10100 a.m..Sunday School
United Methodist Church
ThInI & Nar1h "'-II
LL"Youne. MInk ..
MDnIIIIy 7100 p."" .... StuIIy
T..-., 10100 _ .... StuIIy
. 9tCIO .. "" C'-ch School
10115 .. ",, a..dI WonhIp .'
7100 p.m.-SurIIADy Worahlp ServIce
71" p."" ...., .. .." Worshlp ServIc.
United Methodist Church
..... &.eotward .....
9130 .. m..Sunday IchooI
11100 a."".Sunday Worship ServIc
7130 p."" .... II.." s.mc.
hy - 'IUngo's 'Hardware .
.3 S. -Broadway, Lebanon, Ohio
- 932-1866
'Ed Michener-Tax Senrice Ins
311 N. Main St, Waynesville
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398 S. Main 'St,
897-4966
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. North Main .Street
'wlynesvie I1nittn .
Wash\ngton Shopping . Center
Waynesville, ' Cllio
f
Atoltnd Town With M.
Dr. Myron Moskowitz, director
of the Breast Cancer Detection
Center. will speak to the Warren
County Nurses Assocnation
Thursday. January 17. at the
Golden Lamb Inn. Dinner will be
served at 6:3; p.m. Dinner
reservations must be made by
Wednesday morning. They are
$4.25 and you should contact
Mrs. Carolyn Lambert at
9324739.
Dr. Mostkowitz will at
7:30 p.m.
, **.
The following students have
attained honors at Wright State
University during the
quarter. HONORS designates'
those receiving a 3.0 to 3.499
average for the quarter; IflGH
HONORS designates a 3.5 to a
3.999 average; and IflGHEST
HONORS denoted a 4.0 or
straight A average. .
Larry D. Bargo. 8662 Bellbrook
Rd.. Waynesville. SR. HON.;
Michael A. Cornett. 8320 Lytle-
Ferry Rd.. Waynesville. SR.
IflGH HON.; Jane H Smith. 289".
." . . ., .;:;r.::= .
E. Lytle 5-Pta., WaynesYUle .m:.
BON,; Ronnie B ,Ba.rPt .
Bellbrook Rd. WayiieeviUe, Sit
BON.; .Jeff R. Bermer, R.R.J,
Waynesville, FR., HOJlt; Vernon
D. Marriott, 5598 Elbon Rd.,
Waynesville. JR., HoN.;
Baker. 210 Bramtile Bu.h.
Springboro. JR., ' BON.; Lisa M
Carey. 55 W. Central, Spring
boro. FR.. BON.
**.
Mr. Lamar Earnhart of
McConnellsville. Ohio and daugh
ter. lleth. of Boulder$. Colorado
were the r;uests Wednesday.
... .... ---------............. ,... ... --...... ___ -...., January 2. of his parents. Mr.
on ,//""'''''''' (' iJ and Mrs. A.H. Earnhart of
J'k J//l/U/PY cZ. CCook Oregonia. * * *
-(' iJ. Winners of the Waynesville
/JZ)u /,it"c Junior High School dress up day
Yt t7 were: 6 grade . Jim Stapleton
and Maria Banas; 7 grade Roger
A ... f th ... th Pressley and Darla Morgan; 8
I1T 0 'IJ IriOn grade - Chuck Irons and Claudia
Andres.
Myra
Hollingshead
4th STREET WAYNESVILLE, OHIO PH. 897-4826
*****
The Way nesville Historical
Society will meet January 23 at 8
p.m. at the Mary L. Cook Public
Library.
The guest speaker will be Mrs.
Harold Berryhill of the Benbrook
Historical Society .
*.*
Waynesville Pack 51 will hold
their next meeting on January
Call No. 411
RlPOIII' OF CONDITION, CONSOUDATING
DOMESTIC SUMlDIAB" Of T ..
Tt. way... ..... NIItIonaI ... ofway...vllle
INT .. STATE Of CHo. A"" CLIOSE Of IUSlNESSON Dec ..... 31. 1973 IN
RlSPONSI TOCAU MADE.., COMPT.auJROf T .. UNDIRTITLI 12, UNITID
"ATIS CODI. MCTION 161.
ASSETS Dol ... CIL
(Ineludllng "-unpoated ...... ).... . . . . . . .. .... .....
U.s. T..e.."y .. ..ttI.. ............ -:7:7: ..... .. ..................... 1.4IO,02S.Ia
OIoIIgatioo. of u.s. 0--..,... agenc ....... corpoI_tIoo.. .100.000.00
Obllgatlonl of .......... poIItIcal .... 1onL '1,675,41t3.OO
........................ 12,000.00
..... 1 fundi soW ..... pure ...... unoIer .... _1 .. ' .. to ..... L 'l.lso.000.00
LooInI. ... . ............................................. . ......... M,993,617.s2
........... .."",... .... f ....... _ ott.. ...... 1 ... _,110
....................................................... '144,622.00
..... tate-.dott..tt.n ...................................... Ml.l73.40
...... (1nc ....... .!!!!!!!.!.cIIrect .... flNftCIng)......... . M,tOO.M
TOTALASaTS '12,516,'11.10
UADITIIS
0-..1 deposits of IlIIIvIduaII, ,.,..... .......... _poo_""" ......... """".76
T ........ savings depos'" of and _pooatloo ... '7.5.733.10
DepoIItI of UnIteoI ...... o.w.ll ... ,L.. . .. .. .. .. . . . . . . . . .".so10
DepoIItI of StaIeI .... paIttICIeI .. .....ac... . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .,.,as&.44
c.tIfIecI and afIIc8rs' cl.e.... ..... .. .. .. . . . .. . .. . . . . . . . . ....510.52
TOTAL DIPCSn'S '11.14a. lM.92
(.) TOIIII.............. ... .... 761.82
(It) TOIIiltlme ................... 7 ...... 10
0tIwr ........................... .. ................................ ""1 .... .
TOTALUMUr.1 '11,414,451.1'
INIS ON LOANS AND IIC:uRITIIS
___ ......... _Iaarw ( ............. to IllS .".,...) 106,4M.
0tIwr ___ -........ . ........................ .. "'000.00
____ 011---.:............ ................. .. . . . . . . . . . . . . . .10.000.00
TOTAL IIVII ON LOANI AND IICu.T1II .1.1 ......
............ ..... ....... .... . . .. UJQ,371.a
C-lladc ........... vaIue.. ....................... .100.000.00
No. ................ l0.000
........... GUll ..... 10.000
........................................................ ......... .... 000.00
........................ ..... ... . .... ........... .. ...... *47Q,mA2
TOT ALCAPITAl. ACCOUNII I8JQ,m.a
TOfAL UAIUfIII, _suvu. AND C""rAL ACCOUNTS .12,516,'1&10
MIMOIIANDA
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A ..... of toIIII ...... far .'" 15 ............... with call .... .... l.9l",.uZ.
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23.

The Annual Pine Wood Derby
will be held on February 2 from
12 p.m. till 3 p.m. at the multi
purpose room at Waynesville
School.

, January 23 has been proclaimed
School Nurse Day by Governor
; John Gilligan.
I
The purpose of the proclama-
tion is to acquaint the public with
. the role of the school nurse.
New Pastoral Leadership
The WaynesviJIe First Church
of God which is situated at the in
tersection 'of Lytle and Ferry
Road has been experiencing
signs of growth and development
under new Pastoral Leadership
in the persons of Rev. and Mrs
Robert E. Koch formerly of Mor-
. row. Ohio.
Rev. Koch has been with the
Waynesville Church since Sep
tember 1973 after serving the
Morrow First Church of God as
Pasotr for over ten years .
He and his wife now reside at
5748 Fairfield Rd. southwest of
Corwin.
The Sunday School superin
tendent is Garfield Boward. who
also teaches the adult class.
Robert Hatfield teaches the
youth class and Debra Hatfield
teaches the younger children. .
Mrs. Steve Smith is the pianist .
The church is planning to
organize an choir soon.
Sunday evening the Missionary
Society of the Church organized
Mrs. Robert Koch was elected
preSident; Mrs. Jack Koper and
Mrs. Corteous Ambergy were
elected secretaries and Mrs.
Steve Smith was elected
treasurer.
The Pastor wishes' to anDounce
that Rev. Earl Harmc)n. afonnel!
of the area, .
will be their guest speUeiojh ,
sunday Eve Serine"
January '2() at' '
Mrs. Koch WiSh to en.tilMll to
and ne"

...... Ileal Wayaenllle .... Total IItatUtIea
follow: WayaeevDle 1727-39-49; 7,
Coraett 8, CI'1IIIlP 6, Bofuker 9, lUcid 2, Mark
StaDley 8, Steve StaDley 9. Maaoa 10-24-39-5&.
Beatley 7, Bn .. 4, Cowaa 7, Pruhier 9, ...... 19,
Spaeth 4. In photos I. to r. Stn'e StaDley shoots but
ball .. spiked away from hlmi CI'1IIIlP shoots (he
made both shots Ji Bofuker puts ball into play.
-
Waynesville Basketball Team Averages - First 7 Games
Waynasvila High
School, Activities
School Menu
Name FGA FG
Stanley, M. 75 39
Hofacker, S. 81 40
Cornett, M 75 33
Stanley, S. 70 24
Crump,L. 31 16
Kidd, J. 22 8
Borgerding, T. 16 7
Blair, D. 4 0
Buxton, R. 0 0
Watkins, J . 0 0
Jones,M. 0 0
Other 7
2
Totals 381
169
Carlos Montoya To
Perform In Dayton
Wild, magin Flamenco guitar
artistry will fill Memorial Hall on
Saturday, January 19th begin-
ning at 8:30 p.m. as W. James
Bridges presents CarIbs Montoya
in concert. One of the fU'St
Flamenco guitarists ever to dare
display his artistry in a solo con-
cert, he is noted for his advanced
technique, flair for inventive in-
novation and varied repertoire.
Born of gypsy heritage in
Madrid, Montoya has been ab-
sorbed in the world of Flamenco
since the age of eight. Taught by
local Spanish masters. ; .then
meshing into the "Cuadros
Flamencos" scene. . .Montoya
emerged as a brilliant Flamenco
artist.
Connie Beck
BOOKKEEPING AND
TAX SERVICE
55 E. Lytle Rd.
885-2404
2-Piece Living Room. . S88
Stereo-Console ..... $79
Mattresses ....... $18
.......... $48
Bunk Beds ........... US
9'xl2' Rugs ........ Sf;
Cocktail and 2 Step Tables
(set of 3) .......... S18
FG% FTA FT FT% TP Ave Q
52% 25 17 68% 95 13.6 28
49.4% 18 12 67% 92 13.1 27
44% 23 18 78.8% 84 12.0 27
34.3% i3 6 46.2% 54 7.7 28
52% 9 3 33% 35 5.0 21
36.4% 22 19 86.4% 35 5.0 19
48.8% 5 2 40% 16 2.8 26
0% 4 1 25% 1 .14 8
- I 0 0% 0 - 3
0 0 - 0 - 3
- 0 0 - 0 - 4
28.6% 6 3 50% 7 1.8 10
44.4% 126 81 64.3% 419 59.9 28
Comedy Scheduled At Unlvo of Clnno
The U.C. Theater will present
Tom Stoppard's brilliant comedy.
"Rosencrantz and Guildenstern
'Are Dead," on January 17th
from Shakespeare's "Hamlet."
The production is being
directed by David Hirvela alild
the elaborate costumes are being
January 19
Springboro A
Jaauary 22
Faculty Meeting at 2:30 in
the Biology Room
Nineweeks tests .. 1st.
ard, 5th & 7th periods ..
January 23
Nine-weeks tests - 2nd,
4th & 6th periods.
Jaauary 24 ' .
Semester tests - 1st, 3rd.
5th -& 7th periods.
Jaauary 25 .
Semester tests - 2nd, 4th
& 6th periods.
End of Second nine-weeks
of school (46 days)
End of First Semester
(94 days)
Clinton Massie A
Moaday, January ZI
Hamburger Sandwich, Pickles,
Mashed Potatoes & .
Cookie, Orange or grapefruit
Juice.-
Tuesday, January 22
Barb'ecue Sandwich, Potato
Chips, Carrot Sticks, Pine-
apple Upside Down Cake.
Wedaeaday. January 23
Peanut Butter Sandwich, Bowl
of Chili. Crackers, ;lello with
Fruit . .
Thursday, January 24
Salisbur,. Steak, Buttered Peas,
Cranberry Sauce. Roll &
Butter, Fruit ,Cookie.
Friday" January
Pizza, Peanut Butter Sandwich,
Green Beans. with Bacon, Carrot
Sticks. Cookte.
through 20th in the Patricia
Corbett Theater on the U.C.
campus.
designed by Annie Warner. .
For performance times' alnd:: QRANT'S INC --......
Rosencrantz and Guildenstern
are two of the minor characters
ticket prices, interested persona Farm _ lawn - Garden SuppUes
may call the U.C. Ticket Office at HARDWARE
476-4553. Water Sc:itener - Salt .
_--------Ii!II. -----. Mon - Fri 1:30 am -S: pm Sat 8:am 4 pm
@mstrong. .. ______ _932.1060 ______ -'
. , ..... :, .. . . .. _ .... : 'i CONESTOGA
TEMLOK TILE
..... ;;.,;- ;;.,. ........ . _ . _ I. .,., . .. ..
- I . :: '.: ". -.:, :.: _-:: Emboased t ",erl _"eel
. . .. -. L .. . . 'Of#.... _ : ... ' " . with neulr.1 beige Ion .
1m ...... .. .....
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WAYNESVILLE'
Lumber and .Supply
897-2966
Franklin Electronics
.. 0 E. CENTRAL AVE.
SPRINGBORO, OHIO 45066
COMPLETE LINE OF' CB RAOIOIS AND
ACCESSORIES' T.V. ANTENNAS - TOWER
ROTORS - AUTO " HOME STEREOS " B TRACK TAPES
SUPPLIES - PARTS KITS
EVERTHING IN ELECTRONIC
AT Low DISCDUNT 'PRICES '
513-746-5121
, " ................................. ";' .. , .............:--..........
STUBBS-
CONNER
I .
FUNERAL HOME'
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WA /tMRATH9N]
Front End ' alignment '. -
. 174 Moln Sf
__.. )I ..
'CLEARANCE SALE
. '
On All Winter
, J.;I
Merchandise
KEEVER'S,' MEN'S
,. . . .
SHOP
'. .16 E. St..
J. GILLIGAN (center) signs the proclama-
tIOn deslgnatmg Jan_ 21-28 as "Youth Traffic Safety Week in
Ohio." With the Governor are. at left. Ken Bingle, Rt. 1. Rising
Sun. Chairman of the Youth Committee of the Governor's Traf-
fic .Safety Committee; and riglit, Doug Loudenslager. 3678
lrvm-Shoots Rd., Morral, FF A representative, who is chairman
of Youth Traffic Safety Week. In the proclamation. the
Gov.,ernor Cl\l1ed on. all, Ohioans to join a "concerted effort to
reduce the terrible 'waste of human life and resources"--the
needless slaughter of youths on Ohio highways. From January
through November of 1978.746 persons aged 15-24 were traffic
victims in Ohio.
JONES
Auto Replir
Amos Jones - OWNER

Now featuring a
Complete line of
U-Haul Trucks
and Trailers
': ::; :C6.iriPfete Wcrrk
Formerly Crane's Garage
264 N. MAIN STREET
WAYNESVILLE, OHIO
OPEN DAilY 8 liII S Mon, Thurs, Frj
Saturday till 1 pm
: YOUR PATRONAGE APPRECIATED
Call 897-3521
THANK YOU
Thank You: I want to express my
thanks t " the people who sent
cards. flowers and gifts while I
was in the hospital and sin.ee my
return home. A special thank
you to Rev. L.L.Young and all
who visited me. It meant so
very much.
Mrs. Emma Gearhart
IRS Tax -AssIstGnee
Made Available
Wesley L. Page, Representa-
tive of the District Director for
the Middletown office of the
Internal Revenue Service, today ,
announced that increased tax-
payer assistance will be available
during the 1974 tax filing season.
Assistance will be offered on
Thursdays from 8:00 a.m. - 4:45
p.m., the following Saturdays
from 9:00 a.m. - 1:00 p.m.:
February 9. 23. March 9, 23.
April 6. 13. and on Monday, April
15 from 8:00 a.m .. 8:80 p.m.
The office is locatE:d in the
Schmidt Building at 1680 Central
Avenu.e. Middletown. Ohio.
THANK YOU
Thank you. We wish to thank all
of our friends and relatives for
the lovely cards, flowers. and
other gifts that were sent to us
on our 60th anniversary. All
were greatly appreciated. 6-c-1
C.P. and Ethel Ellis
Thank You: We want to express
our sincere appreciation to the
many friends and neighbors
who have been so kind and
generous at the time of our
great loss.
We especially thank the women
of the American Legion
Auxiliary 615. the Stubbs-Cor-
ner Funeral Home, and Rev.
Keith Frasure for their
kindness. God Bless You all and
grateful, we remain,
The Family of Bessie L.
Thompson
C HUCK'S AR

Full nne of snow tires and batteries
Wlinter H ours
a

.:. 7:00 A. ,M. till 8:00 P.M. .:.:
CHUCK LAMB - Owner
l:;:;:' 355 S. Main eJalo;:d
LEBANON PARTS 'Co
HOURS:
MONDAY thru FR IDAY 8:00 A.M. to 8:00 P.M.
SATURDAY 8:00 A.M. to 4:00P.M.
Ohio Ph. 897-8076
CItJssiIitJd Alii .
.
CIII ' '897-5121
CLASSIFIED ADS:
11.25 minimum diup -
over 25 words 5 eeat&
extra per word.
THANK YOU &
MEMORIUM:
11.25 minimum charge -
over 25 worda.. 2 ceat&
extra per word.
SERVICES
Services: Septic Tank Cleaning.
Special 10 days only. 180 open
and closing included. Also
outdoor toilets. 24 hr service
licensed. call collect 424-6411 '
6-c-1
FOR SALE
For Sale: firewood. you haul.
$17.50 per rick. $80.00 per cord.
All season hardwood. Call 897-
2395.
For Sale: 1964 . 12x60 Roycraft
mobile home. three bedrooms.
tip out in living room. In good
condition. Save a thousand
dollars by l)uying direct from
owner. Make offer call 398-2213.
6-c-1
I WANTED.
Wanted: Home for a male dog.
medium size, brown and white.
has its shots. Call 897-5208. 6-c-1
For Rent: Now open (near Calser
Creek) Boat and Camper stor-
age. space available. cheap
rates. Harveysburg Boat Stor-
age. Main and Cross St.
Harveysburg. Ohio. Phone
518-897-6217.
For Rent: Furnished brick apt
for rent in Waynesville.
apartment 1. call 748-0466 6-c-l
Businell aft.!
Directo .. y
C'all ;
897-59,2l

, ,
ALUMINU8IDING AND'
DEPARTMENT STORES
MILLERS DEPT. STORE
61 S. Main St., Waynesville
897-4946. Wearing apparel for
the entire family.
'DRY CLEANERS
, , ftAl>...ri.'G' ': . , , ,
.m.I\I1'"1A r -------
'., ,! WASiHNGTON:' SQUARE
, AND 'DRY
All .;(flPEARNERS; 88 S. Main St.,
&Waynes.ville.
HEATING AND
AIR CO:NDITIONING
UNIVERSAL HEATING AND
AIR CONDITIONING, welding
ana repair, portable equipment.
' Marvins Lane. Waynesville,
897 -4936 Business. if no answer
' call 982-4323
INSURANCE
NATIONAL LIFE & AC-
, CIDENT INSURANCE CO:
(Grand Ole Opry People) Fred,
' Napier agent 89'7.3lllL
. .
PHARMACIES
LOVELESS PHARMACY
Professional Prescription serv-
ice 33 S. Main Street. Waynes-
ville 897-7076
PLUMBING AND HEATING
W. W. COVEY
Plumbing and Heating 177 Fifth
St . Waynesville 897-6431
REAL ESTATE
WORKMAN & ' -BELCHER '
RE.t\LTy QO. Real Estate &
A,uetion Sales. 75 S. St..

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K.S.A. REALTY"88 S. Main St
Waynesville 897-3501
LYNN FIELDS, 7956 Caball PI
WayneSVille; 1-885-5458 or ,897-
6055; Camfield Company Inc.
433-9912 or 897-6055. '
SUPER MARKETS
ELLIS SUPER V ALU quant)'
and low prices OPeD nine. <7
days a week. phone
, .,':'f
.
'-
MRS JAMES Bo"sbe!:, ber d .... ter Barb aud th . pest Helbe Supr aD ell-
chauge student from Hambq, West Germauy spent Sunday in Wayneavflle,
getting an informal lesson in Americau History. was fascin.ted with the
cigar store Indian. "00 the glasses come with the Indian?" she asked. An
dealer had impishly put a pair of bifocals OD the cigar store indian . .
,J . .: . '.
Reihi tried to play -aa made in "Me' Mrs' Bowalier aitd
Barb IisteDed. TheD, m.ybe with some coDcern .bout iettiDg around' .iD tbe
SDO", they looked over a pair of SDOW shoes made by early settlers of Nova
Scotia. ''This is fun," said the girls, both studeDts at CenterVille High. "We'l be
back."
HAWKRIDGE STABLES
English Hunt Seat
and Saddle Seat
BOARD TRAI
Old s c. ... Roed
.... I_ Oh.o
I!l'" ) . ,.'
Cf,1UF
STORE
107 8. Main 8t.
Waynesville, Ohio
1(513) 862-51811
Hrs: 12 to Fri, Sat, Sun.
IHB&MEI
invites you to
spend a few
minutes to
see the
biggest antique
in town . .
The 148 year old
Grist Mill
. wbere youll also
find a wide
assortmeDt of
coDtemporary
gifts displayed
in an atmosphere
relqini&eeDt of an
old coaatry store.
Wlldmans Spices--66 VariUes
Hard Candy--EJtract
We're just a few minutes
down the hiU from
. WaynesviUe on Rt. 42
(II. mile Dorth of Rt. 73)
Coae dowa ad Me"'!
Picture I, left-Judy Dodd, Cincinnati, lIeft) aud
Mary Hollis, LexingtoD, Ohio [rigbt) look at .. old
clothes in an area store. Judy holds 1& wedding slip
from the 'teens while Mrs HoWs measure!!
1920's swim suit for size. Her son Kris, 3, tugs at
ODe leg of the bloomers. Picture 2 [above)-WarreD
countiaa, Mrs Robert Cooper, Butler-Warren Rd,
CincinDati, ties on a winter hood from the 1890's at
an area antique store. "It's warm," she commeDted.
One of the more unusual pieees of
area antiqae stores is this baud-
crafted melon seed baud bag.
The meloD seeds, in groups of
four are held tosether in net of
strung steal beads. It is a product
of the 1920's.
The little Red Shed
ANTIQUES
MAINSTAIlIiT
WAVNESVILLE. OHIO
PHONE 71321
neral Line - DealenWe
MON. BY CHANCE
TUES. nmu SAT. 10-5100
OPEN SUNDAY 1-5 P.M.
,
\tiait. W.ylllSvllll'. Other. .
THE 1835 HOUSE
1lI111lS..a
S. Main St, SI)ringboro,
Tues, Thuru, Sat & Sun
1 - 5 pm
, "BROWSE THROUGH
THREE SHOPS"
featuring
COUNTRY FURNITURE
EARLY ACCESSORIES
VICTORIAN and GLASSW
HAY'S
Furnit'ure
Stripping
"REVOLUTIONARY
NEW
THE SAFE AMITV PROCESS
Furnltu .. R.ttnullln, NO'W E;:sy .
wltll Tills M.tlla,dl All Paint and
V.r ...... It_ow FromwO'Od Or .
Met.1 NO' Lye or H.rlti Acid. l'MCI.
SATISFACTION GUAltANTF.ED
HOU"S--Mcm . WecII.
and FrI . 1p.m.-.p ,no
5.1. "'",.-1'2 p,m. ,nll.1n
CIO'MICI HOliday W."elld.
. -n Sir ...
CO'rwi", '01110'
,"' .
98 South Main Street - ........
Waynesville, Ohio 46068
I
HRS: Satu (lay-Sunday 12-5:30
A1IT . CHINA - GLASS - FURNITURE
. - PRIMITIVES : ACCESSORIES
WASHINGTON SQUARE
,...-- VI 'S and (;If''fS
General Line
We now do furniture stripping,
repair and refinishing
897-6886
296 S Main St, Waynesv1lle, 0
7 DAYS A WEEK
HiSLE' S BUGGY\VHEEl ANTIQUES
Furniture & Mise lIaneous items
. 84 SE'C9ND S.TREET
CORWIN, OHIO

t Phone
,
I !-ntiqufs _-I
t s. Main at'Miami St.
t
t
Waynesville', Ohio 45068 Antiques of All P.,iOd:t
- Bought f. SO'Ic/
....
Evan's 'Antique Shop
WA YNESVILLE, OHIO PHONE: 932-7164
Hrs: 3:305:30; Mon thru Sal &. Sun
"
t . "1.."
IDO
qutlJfIt
Resh .. rllnt and Caffee Shop
- -Located In--
. Washi",ton 5110'.'" Sheppi", Cerffer
8'7-7801 . 7.m-ttpm

, VVeekday.
Chlclten-TO'-Go Open- I 8 .
. - I .,., - pm
Flavor-Crisp
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. Suncley
OhIo . S _ - -
nco, -- .r
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Ma r y L'
. ' Cook
Box 245 Libra ry
W
RYnes vi 11
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45068
Second class postage paid al Waynesville, Ohio
Vol, 6, No. '4
Wednesday, January 23, 19741
Two Prominent
Citizens Die
Bernard To Head Wayne
Local School Board
R088 B. Hartsoek, a descendent
of one of Warren County's
earliest pioneer families passed
away Thursday, Jan; 17 at the
age of; 81, in Tucson, Ariz. He
was the present Chairman
and former President of the
WayneSVille Nati'onal BanK. He
was ,QC
Wam!n) Coq,IJ\f,
.UP Mt. fffSUten of
,Ohi6 i\r,bian. Horse AssOeiation
and a' or.;, , Warren
"C-oq. t;y,
BYPAULSCHWAMBERGER
SUPERINTENDENT '
Robert Bernard was elected
president and Harold Purkey,
Vice-President in the Jan, 14,
1974 Annual Board Reorganiza-
ional Meeting_
John Barney was appointed as
the local board's Vocational
Representative.
The, oath of office was
,administered to Claire Dunkin
a,!d Dan Simpson, newly elected
board members.
The board agreed to meet on
the second Monday of each
month at 7:30" p.m. at the
Administration Building for the
regular monthly meetings.
The board approved the clerk's
request to secure from the
auditor an advance draft on taxes
and to. bon:ow money to meet
Jaqul\l"y expenses. .
, 4PPfQp,o.t{Q9s for 1974 were
, considered appro:ved. Total
for 1974
approved. Total
f(lt the year ate
$1.421,386.00. The general fund
appr.opriation, exclusive of fixed
charges is $1.029.242.00.
Vocational education proposed
plan that has been submitted to
the State Board for consideration
was discussed. The board will
take final aetion on the proposed
plan when it is approved by the
State Board.
Also liability insurance, mem-
bership in the Ohio School Board
Assoc. and the news and
legislative publication "The
ariefcase" was approved and will
be provided for each board
member.
The superintendent was re-
approved to act as board agent
for all federal programs.
Transportation for non-pUblic
school children will be provided
when necessary and reasonable.
Secion 3327.01 of the Ohio,
Revised Code requires the local
school board to provide transpor-
tation within the guidelines of
regulations and law.
The school nurse will be plaeed
on the certified salary scale at
her present' level of experience.
The effective Clate will be
prescribed by law.
The clerk was authorized to lIay
Mr. Grover in full for teaching
services to date. Mr. Grover
'leaving the system ,on a leave of
absence.
Salary adjustments were ap-
proved for the bus mechanie to
align with previously granted
increase for other non-certiflied
personnel.
The school luneh. program
The
was- djiid.ed to and
researcH" the effect tbat recent
reimbursement changes ,will
have on the financiaJ.conditioln of
t.he program. .
Indications are that _more
families prefer to have school
starting time to remain as it is
presently. Legislation has been
submitted to move the school
starting times back one hour
across the state .. however. the
local board will take a wait and
see position, It is the board's
opinion that any changes of ,
schedules would create as m.any,
if not more problems by having
children alone at home or at bus
stops due to working schedules
of parents.
Bill Would Return Standard Time
Seda E. FurDu. '84, a resident of
Quaker Heights Nursing Home
in Waynesville the past several
montbil, away Wednes-
dayi Jan. 16 at Clinton Memorial
aospital in Wilmington after a
brief illness, Furnas retired
years' ago as a farmer, his
J}opte being on Social Row Rd_,
Centerville, Ohio: He. walJ a
:ctitector Emeritus of the
W.Ynesville National Bank. A
birthright Quaker and a member
of . Mifmi Monthly meetings
of friends in Waynesville.
. .',
, Columbus. O ... State Represen-
tative Corwin M. Nixon (R-Leba-
non) today co-,sponsored a bill for
introduetiOn whieh would put
Ohio back on standard time
during the winter.
"With the danger to children
goitlg to school in the the
increased energy usage 10 the
early morning bouse and the fact
that Ohio is on the western edge
'of the time zone, it is logical and
good publie policy for the state to
stay on standard time," Corwin
--'Nixon noted.
.... "The passage of a state law,"
Whit: ':'Ope" Hous.. State Nixon said.
" 1 "may precipitate a court case
d M
;t S 3"1 30 hecaust! we shan have 8tate and
'IR ea.:.,.:. feder-allaws iii But
given the absurc,lity the
,,-,daylight savings time ,Juring
in O.,iQr it is worth
the- battle." , " '
bill .: wol,M
t4ne froJD the. last
... un ...... 1n OCtober ' to the last
,i:l1Q:IQaJ'_. lD',_ with
Among bills passed by the
Legislature last week were the
following:
SB173, passed by the House, is
aimed at d'ecreasing case loa.ds in
common pleas courts by raising
the jurisdiction of municipal
courts to $10.000. A lot of the
cases that went to the common '
, pleas eourts will now go to the
municipal courts because of the
higher monetary jurisdiction.
HB233. passed by the House. is
a comprehensive divorce reform
bill. Alan Norris. chief sponisor of
the bill. said that passage ,of his
bill would help "avoid much of,
the deep emotional antago$m
associated with the pr'esent
system," but in no event would it
"makt, divorces easier to attain."
Where both parties agreet to a
divorce, they may petition the
court for a dissolution 01 the
baving to
t1le other of the
parties ,Ii only
Copy lOe
An Amaryliss Grows In Wa.ynesville
MRS ETHYL DUNHAM received an African Amaryllis for
Christmas. It had already started to grow. She put the plant
near her window "It grew an inch and a half one day" she said.
"It grew to about 26 inches and then it bloomed." The blooms
are fire-red. It takes about a day for the bloom to open. They
are nine inc.hes or better across,
A COUNTRY ROAD, gently wending its way through a peace-
ful bucolic scene is the subject of one of Myra Hollinghead
paintings now on display at the Mary L Cook Library in
Waynesville.
Springboro DE Class Gives Bike
_,'UQ,. tUDe du'iiDg the .ummer
-:ml9Q',DIt" \) . 1-; .
, ODe " party wanta the di.voree,_.
, the,re can .be no

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"LEFT TO RIGHT: Mike Wesley, Mr. lkDerkoe-te&elier. Da'!id
Qetz. Randy Hauier ride the new three-wheel bieyde peat tel
Green KnoUs School by the Distributive Education CIuIes of:
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CONTINUED FROM LAST WEEK'S ISSUE
Then we asked Mr. Pusser
where the movie was filmed and
he replied. "Well the movie was
filmed on location in Tennessee,
we were very lucky the 8 weeks
it took to film it, there wasn't any
rain or anything and we never
missed a day of filming."
"While the movie was filming
the producer hired about 800
local people. some with talking
parts just a few words, but
mostly there were just used for
crowds." he said.
We then asked Mr. Pusser how
the movie was doing and he said
"Well. so far. the movie has
gros sed around 27 million
dollars. but the movie hasn't hit
the biggest cities like L.A., New
York. and San Francisco yet, and
when it does, it'll probably gross
about 35 million more."
)Vhen we asked Mr. Pusser
what he thought of the movie he
replied. "It seems so real that I
still cry w hen I see the movie."
When we asked him if he
thought they'll make another
movie he said "Yes, they'll
probably film a sequel this
Obituaries
ROSS H. HARTSOCK age 81 of
Old Statl'! Route 73 Waynesville
passed away suddenly Thursday,
January 17 in Tucson, Arizona
while on vacation. He was the
present Board Chairman and
former president of the Waynes-
ville National Bank. He was
Postmaster from 1922 to 1935 in
Waynesville and Warren County
Treasurer from 1935 to 1937. He
was past president of the Warren
County Bankers Association and
Past President of the Ohio
Arabian Horse Association and a
member of the Warren County
Sheriffs Posse. He was a 60 year
member and Past Master of the
Waynesville Masonic Lodge No.
163 F&AM, a 33rd Degree
Mason, a member of the Scottish
Rite Valley of Dayton, Antioch
Temple Shrine in Dayton,
Lebanon Chapter No. 5 Royal '
Arch Masons, Lebanon Council
No. 134 Royal and Select Masons,
Miami Commandery No. 22
Knights Templar, Past Patron of
Miami Chapter No. 107 Ohio
Eastern Star in Waynesvi11e and
Past Patron of Warren Chapter
No. 224 OES in Harverysburrg.
He was a member of the Miami
Monthly Meeting of Friends in
Waynesville, and a veteran of
WW I and a member of Wayne
Township American Legion Post
615. Services were held Monday
at the Friends Meeting House
with Interment at Miami
Cemetery. The scottish Rite ring
service was performed pre-
ceeding the service. Mr.
Hartsock is survived by his wife,
Edna, two daughters Mrs. Jean
Palmer of Newtown, New York
and Mrs. Jane McCulloch of
Waynesville, two sons, Wilton H.
and Owen R. both of Waynesville
and two grandsons and one
granddaughter. Stubbs-Conner
Funeral Home was in charge of
the arrangements.
summer covering the rest of the
time I was in office as sheriff."
Then we asked Mr. Pusser how
often do you talk to the movie
people and he said "usually just
once a week, but sometimes 2 or
3 times and even 2 or 3 times a
day."
Getting away from the movie
some we asked Mr. Pusser what
he thought about the public
crime and he replied, "I think
that the public should help the
police more by getting involved
and telling the police all that they
know."
Mr. Pusser was asked, "what do
you think of the police shows on
television? "Well, some are all
right but one show I cannot
stand," he said. "I think the
F.B.1. show is so phoney, it
disqusts me to watch it."
After this we told Mr. Pusser
thank you and said goodbye. But
he didn't leave in the same
fashion that all heroes do, riding
off into the sunset, especially
since it was only noon, instead he
just rode off in an ordinary, plain
unmarked police car, believe it or
not.
SETH E. FUNAS age 84, of
Quaker Heights Nursing Home,
Waynesville passed away Wed.,
Jan. 16 at Clinton Memorial
Hospital in Wilmington 8 (ter a
brief illness. He retired several
years ago as a farmer, his home
being on Social Row Rd, Center-
ville, O. Mr. Furnas was a
birthright Quaker and a member
of the Miami Monthly Meeting of
Friends in Waynesville. He was a
member of the Warren County
Farm Bureau and an honorary
member of the Wayne Township
Farmers Club. He was past
president of the Friends Home
Board o{Trustees il1 Waynesville
and past president of the Warren
County ' Historical Society and
Director Emeritus of the
Waynesvi11e National Bank. His
wife, Sara, preceeded him in
death in 1970. He is survived by
one daughter Mrs. Sara Cook of
Waynesville and one son Seth,
Jr. of Centerville, one brother Eli
K. of Waynesvi11e and six grand-
children. Funeral services were
held Saturday at the Friends
Meeting House in Waynesville
and interment ,was at
Cemetery. Stubbs-Conner Fun-
eral Home W8!l in charge of the
arrangements.
Horsemen To Meet
The Warren County Chapter of
the Ohio Horsemen's Council will
hold its first general membership
meeting of 1974 on January 30 at
7:30 p.m. The meeting will be
held at the council room of City
Hall in Lebanon, Ohio. The
purpose of this meeting is to
elect officers for 1974. A nomi-
nating committee composed of
Dan Heaberlin (932-3897) and
Lara Mummert (932-4503) has
been appointed. Anyone wishing
to volunteer to run for an office
or recommend someone else
should call either of the above
members. All Warren County
horesemen are urged to attend
this important meeting.
THE MIAMI GAZETI'E
P.O.Box 325. WaynesviDe - Phoae 897-5921
Lila McClure
EdItor ad PubliMer
Mary BeUman
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Doaaa Haffmaa
Staff AriUt
Gary BeUman
Staff Writer
Erie H .... Evelyn Frye
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Ohio Association war{f
COLUMBUS--The Ohio Bank-
ers Association (OBA) has re-
ceived the annual Agricultural
Award of The American Bankers
Association, OBA Prlllsident,
Willard I. Webb, m, announced
today.
The award, for outstanding
service to agriculture, repre-
sent.s the thirty- second year that
Ohio bankers have earned special
recognition from the naltional as-
sociation, indicative of the em-
phasis Ohio banks place on a
sound agricultural economy,
In presenting the award,
Robert L. Walton, p,resident,
Farmers and Merchants State
Bank, Bushnell, Illinois, and
Chairman of ABA's Agricultural
Banker Division, said:
"State association a,ctivities
through the years have played a
prominent role in helping banks
remain t.he largest lenders to
agriculture.
"This award is presented in
recognition of Ohio banks' effort.
t.o provide that. 'extra' service to
the stat.e's farmers."
Walton said t.he award is based
on Ohio banks' leadlership in
serving the needs of
as well as on their achievements
in the following areas:
Keeping banking informed on
the changes in agriculture and
agricult.urally related businesses
and how t.hese changes influence
sound credit requirements and
services.
Keeping banking informed on
up-to-date procedures and prac-
tices which will enable the in-
dustry to provide a complet.e and
profitable financial service to
farm families and agri-business,
Informing farmers and the agri-
business complex of the various
financial services available
Obituaries
Funeral services were held
Friday, January 11, at the West
Pineville Baptist Church, Pine- '
ville, Kentucky for Elbert
Rogers, age 69 of 61'1 Mt. View
Ave., Pineville, Kentucky.
Mr. Roglrs, a former resident
of 140 S. Main St., WaynesVille.
passed away Tuesday, January 8
at Pineville Community Hospital.
He was a charter member of the
First Baptist Church of Waynes-
ville and retired in uno after 23
years wiLh Frigidaire.
He is survived by his wife,
Effie, one sister Laura Rogers of
Balkan, Kentucky, two brothers
Luster Rogers of Corbin,
Kentucky and Monroe Rogers of
Pineville, Kentucky.
Rev. J phn Osborn ,of the First
Baptist Church of Waynesville,
and Rev. Lewis Jennings of West
Pineville Baptist Church in
Pineville officiated. The service
and interment was lit Roselawn
Cemetery in Middle,sboro, Ken-
tucky.
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through banks and, by so doing,
increased the effectiveness of
banking in local communities,
thus contributing to the overall
financial security of agriculture.
Engaging in community service
programs and public relations ac-
tivities designed to improve ef-
ficiency in farming and agri-busi-
ness, point the way t.o better
living, and promote a favorable
impression of banks as good
neighbors and friendly agricul-
t.ural service agencies.
Last. year OBA agricultural pro-
. jects included publication and
distribution of over 42,000 copies
of accounting and record books to
state farmers and 4-H clubs,
sponsorship of community lead-
ership awards in cooperation
with the Ohio Young Farmers
Association, and development of
the Ohio Farm Loan Guaranty
Fund in cooperation with the
Ohio Department of Agriculture.
The Agricultural Award is pre-
sented each year to state
bankers 'Associations whose pro-
grams and activities have been of
notable service to agriculture
during the preceding year .
Worthy Advisor Installed
MISS SUSAN PRINGLE
Miss Susie Pringle was installed
as Worthy Advisor of Rainbow
Assembly 140 Saturday after-
noon at the Masonic Temple in
Waynesville. Miss Pringle's
theme was "The Lord's Prayer."
Other officers installed were
worthy associate advisor, Cheryl
Green; Charity, Nicki Gomph;
Hope, Kara Fricke; and .Faith.
Lynn Pack.
Mrs. Robena Eggleston, Grand
Deputy to District 20 installed
Mrs. Geneva Davis as Mother
-Advisor for the ensuing year.
Mrs. Stella Hagemyer, Grand
Oeputy to District 17 also
attended.
, Miss Judy Strouse was the
instaUing officer. Shl! is also the
Grand Prompter to the State of
Ohio. First marshall was Gwen
Perdue, second marshall, Jan
Crutchfield; installing chaplain,
Denise Lewis; installing record-
er, Cheryl Kennedy; installing."
musician, Cheryl Delk, and
installing soloist, Marth Cor-
nelius. Presentation of flowers
was made by Gary Young,
nephew of the installed Worthy
Advisor,
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SAFETY CONTAIN'Efts"
CAN WEAR OUT
new year we are moat hopeful &hat
deaths due to accidental "klnl' of ..
by smaU cbUdren will , he drastically" reduCed.
The one major realOn for thla. bOIle is the
Increaalnl'ly widespread use 01 the new safety
containers lor mOlt m,edlclnes.
But, this major development
In packaainc coma a new daa-
rer. A false aenae of security that the aafei7
cap will automatically Itop aceldeat.l. But,
after prolonred uae the cloiare mechaalam 08
the salety tops can wear out. aware of UU
and do not reuse these coatalnen.
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Aroun-d-'Town With M.B
Pack 51 and Waynesville Rotary would like to welcome
Mrs. Bonnie Schmidt as Den Mother for Den 1, also a new
committee member is Harold Schmidt.
The Sr. M.Y.F. of the Waynesville
United Methodist Church will hold a
bake sale on January 26 at the Waynes-
ville National Bank.
Den I meetings will be held on Tuesday January 29 after
school at Mrs. Schmidt on Elbon Rd.
Those attending will be Tim Craycraft. Ty Craycraft.
Mike Fox, Scott- Lander, David Ward. Mike Gilliam, Mike Hull
and Chip Schmidt.
Den 2 will meet at Mrs. Carol Ghearing on Wednesday
January )0 after school arriving on the school bus. Those
attending will be Kevin Elcook, Tim Hoffer,Eric Kuras,Chuck
Parks, John Ghearing. James Grice,Johnny Kidd.
Pack 51 wants to express their appreciation to all
Waynesville people who donated for their pop bottle drive
that was held Saturday January 19.
A committee meeting was held Sunday January 20, for
PaCK 51 at Mrs. Carol Ghearing.
The Pinewood Derby model for Pack 51 Boy Scouts and
Webble boys were donated by their sponsor the Waynesville
Rotary Club. The Pinewood Derby will be held in February in
the Waynesville Jr. High multipurpose room. Weigh in at 121
P. M. race starts at 1100 P.M. The den winners may compete
in the District Pinewood Derby run off February 2).
The Pack 51 meeting Will be held Wednesday January 2)
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Raymond Hatton is still a patient
at the Veterans Administration, Brown
Hospital Ward 2 Room 217 at 4100 W.
Third St. in Dayton, Ohio. Let us rem-
ember him with cards.
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Auxiliary Membership Drive
Underway
The Wayne Twp Unit 615 American
Legion Auxiliary of Waynesville is
having a membership drive.
Mrs. Earl Thompson is in charge
of the membership drive or you may
contact any other member for informa-
tion.
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at 71)0 all are invited. Attention all scouts and parents The membership dues are $4.00
Sunday is February 10 at St. Marys Church at 11:15 A.M. per year. And for her to qualify a
service. All attend in uniform. family member would have had :to serve
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The regular ' monthly meeting of Cub
Scouts ' Pack 40, met on Tuesday January 15.
. in , tne :Methodist Church at 71)0 P.M. Den
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a"V,la1itention as the Amer1can Flag
was carried' in. The Star Spangled Banner
' was played everyone said the Pledge of
, to the Flag. Ernie Smith. scout-
master, made a few announcements. One con-
cirning our Pinewood Derby corning up on
Saturday January 26. Weigh _in time is from
12100 to P.M. Races start at 1100 P.M.
at the Multipirpose at the Jr. High
,School. Boys have your cars in tip top shape
Everyone played a game including parents.
'Each den performed a skit about the different
'kinds of transportation. Trains, airplanes,
and emergency equipment. Very
90Ys Den M.otl),ers.
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"',,, Awaz.ils were giv'en t ,Ol steve Gj.ngerich
( Gola ' Arrow' Pt. Gregg Adams-Wolf and- Go lA, ,
-Arrow Pt.Scott VI,oollard-Wolf and ,2 'year pin.
< Brian Younker-Wolf. Sh,ane Smi t h:-:Wp.lf.' and '
Gold Arrow Pt. Kevin Maloney-Wel'f and Gold
- Arrow ft. ,'Rodney ' Gruber-Wolf ' and I, 'year pin.
'K:ennedy-l year pin. Dean . Benton";'Wolf.
,Aridra Roeder-l year pin. Andy Engel-l yea'r
' during the following time honorably
in the military forces of the United
States in one of these periodsl April
6,1917 to November 11, 1918; or Dece-
mber 7. 1941 to September 2, 1945. or
June 25. 1950 to July 27, 19531 August
5, 1964. to Cessation of hostilities.
:,; pay;ng our day-to-day
operatmg expenses-wages, taxes, de-
preciation, office supplies plus related '""----------
, Scott Gorsuch-l year Darwin Hans- ' expenses incurred in providing service to vestment money will buy the equipment
and build the facilities necessary to keep
pace with your expansion demands.
Without it, telephone service would
deteriorate.
traveler. Mark
. athlete, engineer, geologist. and, showman.
Kevin Younker-Scholar.
', snowman, citizen, traveler. Shawn Sm.i
, .;.,cr.aftsman" citizen. ' engineer, geologist,
' scholar. aquanaut, scientist, and forester.
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But your payments also help provide a
, return on m(Jlney invested in the phone
company - a, very important part of
"what you're J?aying for".
Why? Because there are literally thou-
Brian Hisle-citizell,geolosist. Dale Edw- '
... ci tizen. geologist. Dean cit-
iz'en. and R,dbby Ramby-citizen. sands of companies competing for in-
, sch.olar. geolog.ist. Cubmaste'r . Ernie Smith vestment money. And we must be able
r-&ce-ived a 1 year rec'eiveQ .. to provide al competitive return if we
Wolf patches had a special hope to be successful in that intense
competition.
It was investment money that bought
So when you pay your telephone bill,
you are paying for service today, But
you're also helping us guarantee there
will be service tomorrow.
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JoIus Bolo" Owner
For over 25 years we have arranged to please . .
AREA BUSI
When your heart has a
message, say it with Dowers. Be
sure to remember the one you
love with flowers on an
anniversary. birthday, or any
special occasion. For Dowers to
suit the occasion. go to Cedar
City Florist located at 123 E.
Mulberry in Lebanon. phone
932-2916. for flowers by wire.
For over 25 years this florist
In this area a farm that is
widely respected for their
knowlede and ability in horse
breeding and training is the
Shaker Hill Farms located at
2210 St. Rt. 63, 11/: miles west of
Lebanon, phone 932-6956. C.A.
Stanley and his wife, ,ijelen,
acquired their first Arabian
horse from Ross Hartsock, who
has served the people of this
trade area and come well
recommended by all of its
patrons.
Whether it is a corsage.
bouquetl funeral design or
Dowers for the sick. you will find
exactly what you want here.
They always have a wide variety
of the most popular flowers and
colors that are beautiful. They
Shaker Hill Farms
C A Stanley Owner
E L Speers Trainer
in the early 1950's, had the only
Arabian horse in Warren
County. Shortly after Mr.
Stanley's fIrst brood mare in
1955, they continued to breed
and expand , Arabians of the -
classic type finest bloodlines
primarily Raffles through famous
sons, Indraff. Garaff and Rasden.
C. A. Stanley and Helen after
William Freeze
Excavation Contractor
William Freeze - Owner
William Freeze Excavation Con
tractor is located on Morrow
Waynesfield Rd, in Lebanon.
phone 932-5856. is equipped for
any job, large or small.
He has all the equipment
necessary for back hoeing. land
leveling and all types of exca
vating work.
He is equipped with the know
ledge and modern machinery to
accomplish these jobs in the
shortest time possible and still
guarantee satisfaction. AU you
need do is phone him and he will
gladly come and look over your
location and give estimates.
For all sewer and water lines.
demolition plus street construc,
tion contact a true professional in
his field.
When you contact William
Freeze Excavation Contractor on
a job, you can rest assured that
you get top quality work and,the
best possible materials.
Muennich Moiors
Ralph Neal &. Roy MuelUlieh
Owaers
You'll "See the Light" when you
stop in at Muennich Motors in
Lebanon. located at 749 Colum
bus Avenue, phone 932-1010. for
a look at the "Better Idea Cars
From Ford." Today with the fuel
shortage as critical as ever it be
hooves you to own a dependable
economical car and Muennich
Motors gives you many to choose
from. The exciting new Mustang
with its thrifty 6 or 4 cylinder
engine, or the ever popular
Maverick. and the imports great-
est threat, the Pinto. If it's a
truck you need, their slection has
never been greater. Look over
the exciting Mercury for 1974.
With many beautiful models. you
can choose from. including the
Marquis, Montego, the all new
Cougar and economical Comet.
Their "Quality Car Care" and
Motorcraft parts will give your
car that new car feeling for years
to come. Their trained service-
men offer this area one of the
most expert repair centers
around.
In this 1974 Review we, the
editors, offer our praise to this
wellliked dealer, who has served
this area honestly and faithfully,
and suggest to our readers that
they make Muennich Motors
their headquarters for new and
used car purchases. "Take a
quiet break in a Ford."
invite you to stop on yc)ur next
trip to town and see what a
beautiful selection you can get
here at a price you can afford.
We suggest you remember the
name Cedar City Florist when
you need flowers for any
occasion.
Remember that noth.ing better
expresses your thoughtfulness
than flowers.
much work, established Shaker
Hill Farms in 1961.
Here. you will find stallions at
stud to approved mares. They
keep on record the of these
fine registered stallions and will
be more than happy to discuss
any questions you might have.
Visitors are welcome or write
P:O. Box 310.
We, the writers of this 1974
Review, are more than pleased to
bring to the attention of our
readers this well rE!spectable
farm and their abilities in horse
breeding. Without hesitation, we
give our complete recommenda
tion to Shaker Hill Farms.
Reade, ad. In Ihl. HCllon
Rader's Village Honda
Freedom, fun and excitement
can be accurately defined as a
ride on a new Honda. More and
more people, both young and old
are finding this to be true today.
Rader,'s Village Honda invites
you to come in and you'll become
a believer too. A new Honda will
get up to 100 miles per gallon,
which will get you through the
fuel crisis. Rader's Village Honda
located at - 1002 W. Main in
Lebanon, phone 932-4004, is your
authorized dealer for Honda
motorcycles and offtheroad
PhD, MoDy & Scott Rader
Owner
minibikes. They are also dealers
for Ossa, Penton, Husqvarna,
and Hodaka dirt and racing
bikes.
On the street or on the track,
these muscle 'machines can hold,
their own. They cose mere
pennies a day to operate and yet
perform well enough to satisfy
even a professional cyclist. If
you're budget can't stand the
strain of a new bike, look over
their fine selection of used
machines. All ofihese bikes have
,been serviced and checked by a
Lebanon Electric Service '
The Lebanon Electric Service
located at 308 Walnut in Leba
non, phone 932-7886 specializes
in house wiring, commercial
wiring contracts apd lighting fix
tures and they have the quip
ment and experience to complete
any job. No job is too small and
no job is too large for this well
known firm. .
At this firm are lighting and
Bon Dragoo Owner
power specialists that will know
exactly how to contend with your
wiring problems. They have
proved their ability during the
time they have served this entire
community. No electrical con-
tractor in this section h&S met
with more success than this out,
standing firm of contractors.
Their policy has been fair to ItJI
without sacrificing quality. Know
Horn Sf Jones Construction Co.
M Runel ' Bora . Pruident
'l'he Horn & Co,nstruction prop.erly process any. that
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all th,e detaUs of
Co. is located at'519 'Mll)unt Ct. in r they' " - . ", ' tbe4.vor'k
Leban(jn, phone '932-5881. The lowest bid is not always the and in accOrdance witlfthe
The' fIrm is well known in tbis cheapest. If the work you have fieations desired before the. work
section for their emc:ient busi. done is not as you desired it and is started. .
ness methods. Contracting. is repairs must be made in a short This fll'm has built an enviable
their business, and they have the while. perhaps you called tbe reputation and the editors of this
experience and equiipment to wrong contractors.' You get the 1974 Business Review are happy
finest work that can be had when to recommend them to all In this
you call Horn & Jones. They section who "are in need of. eon
tractor. '
Hi-Rite Centers, Inc.
Here they carry 8l complete
stock of notions. toilet articles,
housewares, dishes, hardware
items, stationery, in fact almost
any item a wellstocked variety
store should carryall at discount
prices.
It is a pleasure to shop at
Bi-Rite Discount Cen1ter., located
at 15 E. Main in Lebanon, phone
Many people nowadays have
come to enjoy the sa'tisfaction of
knowing their place of business is
Alfene Baker Maaapr
982-5830. the customer feels that
he is welcome to browse around
and look for articles that he
might need.
They always have a wide
variety and a large selection
from which to choose. It saves
going from store to store. This
convenience is appreciated, in
this day when one's time is an
important item to consider.
The merchandise is of, a good
quality, and is arranged so that it .
is easy to find just what you
want. .
The writers of this 1974
Business Review are pleased to
invite -all our readers to shop at
the Bi-Rite Discount Center for
the best in values.
Bellamy Alarm Co.
Chari.,. M ......... ,. Owner
protected \r..itb oniy just a
good lock ,on the front door, but
with an alarm system guarding
their business with the utmost of
best suited for each individual
need.
Coates Sales Sf Service, Inc.
dependability for only pennies a
day.
We invite our readers to look
into the proper alarm protection
system for their home or
bUSiness:, You will enjoy doing
business with this reliable fIrm
who has served this ' seetion
In the Roaring Twenties the
"Tin Lizzy" took Grandfather
where he wanted to go and that's
about all. Cars then were drab
and uncomfortable. and there
were no options available to
make things easier or more eon
venient. But today, people have a
wide choice of options, colors,
makes and models and often
wonder where to go to buy their
new car. In thia community, we
are fortunate to have a firm in
our midst that can help the
Beary C GOl ... Maua-
average car buyer make up his
mind.
The fIrm to see in this area for
old fashioned courtesy. and
modern-as tomorrow service be-
fore and after the sale is Coates
Sales & Service, Inc., located at
105 E. Main, telephone 932-1326.
They are dealers for the aU new
1974 American Motors auto-
mobiles, featuring the exclusive
"Buyers Protection Plan."
Stop soon and test drive one of
The folks to see in thia seetion
are the Bellamy Alarm Company
in Lebanon at 118 E. Mulberry,
the new models. See their choice phone 932-7712 for estimates on
selection of previously owned your alarm, needs.
automobiles and towr their up-to- With sales and rentals including
date service departments where both residential and eOlDmercial
they have tbe latest diagnostic plus custom designed' and
equipment and sldUed auto- engineered to fit needs,
motive technicians to service any modern alarm .,stelDl are tbeir
make or model car. They also specialty.
offer International They offer many different types .
faithfully and ' well. .
You'D soon see why we tbe of alarms, not only :Ior: bU8\De .. '
authors of tbis 1974 and industr1, . but for, hCMn8 "
regard this fine finll as a leader ' '. ..' "
in their field. - , Their experience la ;thia : flf!ld-
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-TIle MIAMi"GAZE'lTE
SS" REVIEW
Hales Farm Implement
or other, everything
requires an adjust-
or repair, so if your
should require a tune-up
bring it in to Rader's
They also offer a
-line of street and dirt
mend that our
stop in at Rader's Village
and rediscover the
world of wheels.
receiving the best that is
and call the Lebanon
Service the next time
building, remodeling or
you have the need of
electrical contracting
1974 Review and its
completely endorse this
contractor.
Downtown Motel
John and Evelyn Red - Owners
Motels have become a favorite
type of accommodation of
travelers. The Downtown Motel
is located at 115 N. Broadway in
Lebanon, phone 392-1966. Here
you will find clean, comfortable
rooms. Every effort is made to
make your visit pleasant. When
you find a place that is
comfortable and you have
enjoyed your stay, you will want
to return to the motel where
were a guest.
The management here realizes
the basic principle of good
business and spares no effort in
making available to you a high
class motel where you will want
to return. Downtown Motel is
modern and can accommodate
one person or a group. You will
be surprised at the reasonable
rates offered by them. They
feature air conditioning, color
TV, phones, honor major credit
cards, are Triple A approved.
We highly recommend to all our
readers the Downtown Motel as
your home away from home in
this section. Also, your out-of-
town guests will appreciate
reservations made for them here.
Sherwood's Market
E Sherwo.od - Owner
,c; of . . '
_., market is located at '147 Cincin-
nati A venue in Lebanon, phone
932-1944. This is the store to
which you will want to come if
yo,u ar,e in keeping
, that grocery bill down. They sell
on a close margin of profit and
give you the advantage of lower
prices. People {rom this area
have found the values to be as
gre,t here t9wn. ,
You can' t go wrong by shopping ,
at this store.
Also featuring meats cut to
order, and a fresh selection of
produce d,aily. The only store in
the county with delivery service.
It is a great help to know you
can stop at one store and buy
most all the food and household
items that you need in one trip. It
To get the job right, a piece of
farm machinery must be built to
stand the rough use neCElssarily
involved in the working of farm
lands.
Hale's Farm Implement fea-
tures the famous New Idlea-Gehl
& Bushog line of farm ma,chinery
which has stood the test of years
of rugged usage and has proved
satisfactory in every phase. They
also feature a complete parts and
repair department so that when
Don't let anyone kid you about
who has the best pizza, in the
area. People around these parts
know from past experience that
the finest pizza is ser'ved by
Mary's Pizza located at. 726 E.
Main in Lebanon, phone
932-7682,
Through the use of their
guarded recipes and only quality
ingredients, this pizza parlor
is, no . to, keep
shelves stocked with.Jrdesirable
food, but this has done a
great job in the past 25 yellrs and
will continue with their progres-
sive business policy.
We are happy to re,commend
this fine supermarket and sug-
gest you drop in and select some
of their bargains. You'll enjoy
their friendly service.
Lebanon Electric Supply Inc.
Have you visited the Lebanon
Electric Supply, Inc. at 602 E.
Main in Lebanon, phone
932-40151 If you haven't, you
have missed a treat because this
firm handles a complete selection
of lighting fixtures and accesso-
ries that' wUl suit your needs
perfectly. Visit this up-to-date
concern and let them counsel you
on your needs.
They have a most adequate
inventory of lights and lighting
equipment, and they can handle
any size electrical installation job
and have experienced electri-
cians to do the job correctly.
A tremendous stock of lighting
fixtures, both incandescent and
flourescent, is on hand for those
who intend to build new homes,
remodel or redecorate. They also
have available and
industrial fixtures and they
invite home owners and business
people to inspect this stock for
their electric fixture supply
needs.
We are pleased to present this
reputable firm, the Lebanon
Electric Supply, Inc. to the
people of this section.
Charlie Hale - Owner
your equipment needs repair,
they can give you the best
service in the shortest time
possible at the least possible
expense to you.
Be sure to contact them when in
the market for any type of farm
equipment. Just call for
information or stop in the next
time you are in the area and let
one of their representatives
show you the advantages of
using quality equipment to put
Mary's Pizza
, offers this area authentic old
world pizza in numerouse
delicious varieties that you can
either eat there in the quaint
atmosphere or take out.
The owner has made it a point
to hire people she can count on to
give you friendly service and the
prices are very reasonable,
They also ha ve for your pleasure,
hoagies, and other sandwiches. If
your farm on a really paying
basis. Be sure and stop in at
Hale's Farm Implement or call
932-4925.
They also feature a complete
line of used farm equipment.
We suggest you depend on
Hale's Farm Implement at Hart
Road in Lebanon, phone
932-4925, for all your farm
equipment purchases. repair and
service.
you like, they also have many
soft drinks, Mary's Pizza now
serves breakfast and lunch, and
they' re open 24 hours for your
convenience.
For delicious pizza you'll return
for again and again, you are
heartily urged to visit Mary's
Pizza. They are to be
complimented for their fine food
and courteous service,
Frisch's Big Boy
D Higgins - Manager
This well known drive-in rest
aurant is located at 745 North
Columbus Avenue, phone
932-7010, in Lebanon. Be sure to
stop here for a cold drink and a
bit to eat the next time you are
shopping in the area. They
provide curb service for your
convenience. If you don't feel like
going in, just drive up and you
will be pleased with the efficient
service they give you right in
your own car ,
Their food is delicious and
served from a clean, sanitary
kitchen, You are sure to enjoy
your meal here.
We wish to commend the
management of the Frisch's Big
Boy for serving really good food
at such fair prices. Be sure you
try this fine drive-in the next
time you want good food well
prepared.
Warren County Chrysler
Charles Robertson - Owner
Once again the Chrysler car
manufacturers have proved their
superior knowledge of automo-
bile engineering by giving the
people what they want and what
they have been looking for since
the beginning of the automobile
industry. They offer smoother
and faster performance and at
prices within the reach of all.
The dealership to see is the
Warren County Chrysler at 518
W. Main Street in Lebanon,
phone 932-5951 for a d('al to beat
the others.
When you purchase a car from
this well known agency it does
not mean that the transaction is
closed, for they realize, that
pleasing a customer means
success to them. They have at
their disposal of the public one of
the most modern and up-to-date
service departments and most
complete parts department in
the area.
We highly recommend that you
make the new and exciting
Chrysler, Dodge, Plymouth your
next ear from the Warren
County Chrysler, a dealer who
regards each customer as a
friend before and after the sale.
They also offer a good selection
of quality used ears.
Fred Kibbey Chevrolet-Olds,
Building Loan & Savings Co
CharI. A Corn - Treuurer
In this dllY and age when every ,
ear maker has such a wide selec-
tion of models to choose from. it
problems over with, them .. The morning go to The , Peoples is really difficult for you to decide
management has always had at Building Loan & Savings Co. and where to go for a new ear. All the
heart the best interests of the open your savings account with
community and baa done ita best even the smallest amount, Then companies advertise that their
all lm
- th I add- to it re ' gularly and-watch I't cars are the best, but who is to
at , t es to serve , e peop e.
say which ear really is. Obviously
:rhey offer an savings grow. ' all the can on. the today
- &, ,x service. MaI,lY. pf UII have We tUe gr!'&t pride in pointibg must have t,heir, pomta or
'S. " promised and ,- out this ud _ they have the
De', jpm 'to itUt savmg." Butt lOme.: ' hilttiJy"reeOmmend OUr reader. .-ups anij dOWDI of. t'-e .
real ' We, therefore. concluae that
....... .. _..:. ... : ' Don!t latWattio.n 8ervices: the .real ,in a
J ", ",..', I, ." .. , ' - '., car.1.S th., dealer you buy it from.
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Freel Kibbey - Deal Owner
The ideal dealer to buy a car
from offers a fair price on the
new unit as well as an honest
dollar for the ear you trade in.
However, the most important
factor is the service that you re-
ceive on your new ear year after
year.
We would' like to point out a
dealer that considers the most
important part of selli.ng a car
the quality service he can offer
you after the We are talking
about Fred Kibbey ChevrOlet &
Oldsmobile at 201 S. Broadway
for new cars and 725 Columbus
for used cars in Lebanon, phone
932-5015 dealers for the famous
Chevrolet & Oldsmobile auto-
mobiles. See them today for a
new or quality used car, and
you'll see why we say "Customer
Consideration" is their byword.
And remember, with the fuel
shortages as apparent as ever
stop by and see aportY
economical Vega. aDd you'll be
glad -you did.
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Pap 10
AREA BUSINESS REVIEW
Today with the fuel shortage as
critical as ever it pays you to
have your car in tip top running
condition to save the utmost on
every gallon of gasoline.
This efficient station is ready
. and willing to serve you. They
endeavor to care for your car in a
manner you will appreciate. For
honest to goodness service. stop
at Broadway Sunoco in Lebanon
at 122 North Broadway. phone
Broadway Sunoco
DemUs Meaer Owaer
932-1921. featuring the famous
Sunoco products.
The patrons of this station nev
er have to worry whether or not
their car is properly cared for.
They know that this station
employs only cOQlpetent men .
They excel in engine repairs.
tune-ups. brake service . and
wheel balancing. and offer 24
hour road service.
Also included here is an
authprized dealer for U-Haul
Rental Trailers and Tru.eks.
You may be assured that they
carry only the best in gasoline,
oils and other products. Remem
ber their business is serving you,
and they are glad to do it. Visit
this friendly station the next
time you are in town.
In this 1974 Business Review,
we the editors assure our
readers the best in ser'l1ice if they
stop at Broadway Sunoco while
they are in Lebanon .
. Pat Sibcy Real Estate
The Pat Sibey Real Estate lo-
cated at 127 E. Silver in Leba-
non. phone 932-7050 offers pro-
fessional real estate service to
the people of this and the sur-
rounding territory. If you're
thinking of selling your home or
Pat Sibey . Realtor
farm. you can do no better than
to engage the services of this
firm. They have access to many
people interested in buying and
are sure to find someone looking
for a home or farm just like
yours.
They also have contacts on
Beatty's TV Sales Service
Television today is more than
an industry. It to keep us
informed about events at home
and around the world. It teaches
our children and it serves as the
focal point of home entertain-
ment.
To enjoy the benefits and pleas-
ures of this miracle medium. see
Beatty',s Television Sales & Ser-
vice located at 27 N. Broadway in
Lebanon or phone them at
932-3075.
Zenith is one of the leading
names in television. and is engi
neered for years of trouble free
service and highest ifidelity in
both sound and picture. One
demonstration will convince you.
Beatty's Television Sales &
Service not only sells. but their
technicians are fully qualified to
service what they sell. Their ser-
vice department is equipped with
all the imp)ements and equip
ment necessary to test your set's
circuits and locate trouble in
short order. Contact this repu-
table sales and service dealer and
rest assured of quality work at
realistic prices.
. Today, see Beatty's TV and
Zenith for the finest in television.
radio and stereo sets of depend
. able service.
Landmark
W G SDider Mauger
It is a known fact that there is
no one institution in this area
that has done more toward the
development and progress of this
section than has this reputable
cooperative. They operate one of
the finest establishments in the
community and it came into
existence to fill the need for a
place where farmers could go for
their feed, seed and farm supply
needs and be sure they were
getting the best and most for
their money.
Through their service. many of
the farmers in the surrounding
communities and rural districts
have been supplied with quality
feeds and farm supplies at lower
prices and have thus been. en
abled to operate more efficiently
and at greater profit. They also
have a new fertilizer blend plant
for added convenience,
Landmark with 'its office in
Lebanon at 222 S. Sycamore is
owned and controlled by the
members who use its services.
Through democratic processes
the members meet each year to
select their oWil choices for the
Board of Directors. Landmark
also has locations in Waynesville
on Corwin Road and in Mason at
508 Western A venue_
Weare glad to call the attention
to their very complete and com
prehensive service. Phone
932-2015 for informatiJn.
Gray's Jewelry
Zaue Gray o,raer
Of all the gifts. whatever the
occasion. the most appreciated
and long-lasting is the gift of
jewelry. Gray's Jewelry carries a
complete line of the quality
jewelry that is bought for a
lifetime of use and beauty. then
handed on to the future
generations.
Our community is fortunste in
having Gray's Jewelry because
here the buyer can be assured of
the best value and fairest price.
They carry a fine line . of
"Keepsake" diamond rings. All
offer you great value and fine
quality.
They have jewelry at different
prices and a beautiful selection of
name brand watches and unusual
gifts that will bring happiness for
years to come.
Gray's Jewelry located at 12 :E.
in (Bank
Bldg.), phone 932-3916, does
jewelry, watch and clock repair.
We, .the Editora of this 19'14
Busine.. Review suggest to all
our readers that if they are
looking for a special gift that will
be treasured for lifetime, they
stop in at Gray's JewelrJ IOOD.
people moving in from out of
town. So if you're genuinely
interested in selling your home
or farm, be sure to list with Pat
Sibcy Real Estate.
When it comes to buying, you
will be impressed with the selec-
tion they can providle. All you
need to do is let these e,xper-
ienced people know what type
and what price you are
interested in. and they will find a
home or farm to fit your needs
and your budget.
Pat Sibey is included on the
Dayton and Cincinnati Real
Estate Boards for the mUltiple
selling services.
Remember, for the highest type
of service for both the buying
and selling pUblic, the Real
Estate is unsurpassed. Be sure to
call them first.
Connie Blec'
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55 E. Lytle Rd.
885-2404
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Charlton 8, Delaaey Z. FI)'IlIl 17, Keeil 4, WayaelViDe 54, McStaDely 16, S
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two the team. eeramble for the ball. Ia pboto three Irvin Pad pate tile baD
bac:k lato play after a '"throwaway." Lebanon Wrelltllni fan810t a doable treat "
New Year's Special
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9-7 Daily except Wed. & Sat.
Closed Wed. Sat. 9-4
897-4036
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in photo two. Ia photo three raul Ballard pln8 hi. opponent from North
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STEVE CONNER - " DIRECTOR
897-&6
Ambulance Service By " 185 N. Waynesville .
JONES
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Amos Jones - OWNER
Now featuring a
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264 N. MAIN STREET
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Your Ohio Laws
by
Attorney General
William J. Brown
(Editor ' s Nllte : This is the
second of three articles by the
Attorney General of Ohio
dealing with current and pro-
\ posed state laws in the area of
/ drug abuse.)
./" .
Drug reclassification under
Ohio' s existing laws simply
takes too much time. This is
time in which millions of lives
may be endangered by traf-
ficking and <Ibuse of illicit
drugs. That is one reason why
the pre.sent laws should be reo'
placed by a statute that per-
mits reclassification to be ac-
complished easily and
quickly.
Existing laws do not clas-
sify drugs according to their
potential for harm. but ac-
cording to chemical families .
These are narcotics. amphet-
amines. barbiturates. hallu-
cinogens. and dangerous
dru-gs and less potent nar-
cotic preparations.
Each "family" is subject to
its own control under Ohio' s
present law which was based
on the Uniform Narcotic
Drug Act of 1927. Because
Ohio's laws have beef)
amended so many times. they
are now a patchwork that
does not take a modern ap-
proach to drug control.
Drugs of abuse .. under the
proposed will be
classified for purposes of
criminal law amI regulation
into five schedules to corre-
spond with the Federal Com-
prehensive Drug Abuse and
Control Act of 1970 and the
Uniform Control Substance
Act which has been adopted
by over 30 states. Drugs will
be scheduled according to
their medical use. safety. and
potential for abu se or de-
pendence.
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Photo, of Ohio Beef Marketing Program .
RECIPE OF THE WEEK
' Broiled beef club steaks as you like them - rare, medium
or well done. To complete the menu anything goes.
Broil them on the outdoor grill for a. festive backyard
"party or in your range broiler for indoor eating.
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. Broiled- Beef Club Steaks
Beef club steaks, cut I to 2 . Salt
inches truck Pepper
Allow charcoal to burn until coals \Ire covered with a
fme gray ash . -flace steaks on grill so that a I-inch steak is
2 to 3 inches from the heat, and 2-inch steaks are 3 to 5
inches from the heat. When one side is browned, turn,
season witbsalt and pepper. Finish cooking on second side
and season. Steaks cut I inch thick require approximately
1-5 minutes 'tolaI ' cooking time for rare and 20 minutes for
. medium. Steaks' 2 inches truck require 35 minutes for
and 45 minutes for .medium. .
broil in the oven: Place steaks on broiler rack in
' . broiler pan . Broil so top of I-inch steaks is 2 to 3 inches
froin heat; 2-inch steaks 3 to 5 inches from' heat. Steaks
in the oven reqUire- approximately same total
cooking time as when broUe4-over charcoal.
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Other than the time-con
s uming legislative process.
there is no way under existing
Ohio law to add or re-
classify drugs to reflect rapid-
ly changing abuse patterns .
Under the proposed legisla-
tion. a Controlled Substance
Board (CSB) would determine
when the use or development
of a substance warranted add-
ing it to the schedules for
control. The CSB would
comprise the Directors of the
Department of Mental Health
and Mental Retardation. De-
partment of Rehahilitation
and presidents of
the State Medical amI Phar-
macy Boards. ano the Attor-
ney General. Eight specific
criteria would aio the CSB in
making their decisions .
Drugs in all live
woulo be termed "controlled
substances . " Some will he
singled out as " dangerous
controlled substances . "
These include narcotics with
out established and safe medi-
cal uses (morphine). hal-
lucinogens (LSD and hashish.
but not marijuana which is
simply a controlled sub-
stance) : cocaine and injecta-
ble forms of central nervous
system stimulants (am-
phetamines).
This progressive and flexi
ble approach. through a sys-
tematic and expert screening
process. would be a tremen-
dous improvement for today's
society where new drugs are
discovered daily and in which
patterns of use change so
quickly. I am thoroughly con-
vinced that new legisla-
tion for drug reclassification,
and a comprehensive revision
of Ohio's present drug laws.
will improve control of illicit
drugs and contribute to better
law .enforcement for all
Ohioans.
(Next : Mandatory penalties
for "heroin herQes" and im-
proved treatment programs.)
.. If you haven't had your
blood pre.sure checked
lately. You could have high
blood pressure and not
know It. It can- 'e-ad to
. "troke, heart and kidney
failure. See your ctoctor-
,. only he. can tell.
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Koont z, De an - Hanging 0 n
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Hodge, Jane - Shadol'T of a lady
Christie, Agatha - Postern of fate
Edvard - Dancing man
Boulle, Pierre - Desperate games
Shipway, George - The paladin
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Pope, Dudley - Governor Ramage, R. N.
Creasey, John - Inspector " fest at home
Gann, Ernest K. - Band of brothers
O'Brian, Patrick - HHS Surprise
Brome, Vincent - The ambassador and the spy
Brough, James - The fabulous Fondas
Fish, Robert L. - A handy death
Charriere, Henri - Banco
Shannon, Dell - Spring of violence
Marric, .J. J. - Gideon I s press
t. ronson, Harvey - The killing of Joey Gallo
Toma, David - Toma
19ren, Helson - The last carousel
Helville, Jennie - castle
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LITTLE WILD
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When it's cold
and snowy, our feathered friends
have a tough time finding a meal! Help them out, fill your
feeder with LANDMARK Wild Bird Feed. They'll flock
around and you'll enjoy it! Buy In Dulk and save. We
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(Editor's note: D. J. FrOzir was a popular local columnist with the
Miami Gazette for many years. Until her death in 1971, her column
about life on her farm and in her community appeared regularly and
was oolled Dry Ridge, A Farm Diary. It was a favorite of students,
service men, regular readers as weU as many of the members of the
press with whom the Gazette exchanged issues.
au.thor. imagined her to be in her late twenties or maybe
midthirties.)
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I first read her column in some old issues of the Miami Gaze tte that
I bought at a farm sale. I was eager to use the column in a local
magaziRe I was going to publish and so I went to see the
At 84 D. J. Frazier was as enthusf,astic about ";;';'ting as anyone I
have ever met. She was overjoyed because the Miami Gazette 'was
again. She had an ideafor a column about "how to get
mto farnatng for aU the many people who were coming back to the
country life. We hit on the name; "Out ,n the Country. Some
Adventures of City Farmers . .. This is one the columns reprinted from
McClure's Magazine and Journalism Review. ' 1971. )
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One pl ace where Ihe cilyfarmer and
Ihe B&B. horn and hred farlll er, get In
gelher Ihe farlll sale. Ihe aucli on.
The\ ('Ol1l t' frulll all direclions even fr om
lown when Ihe\ Ihe sal es bill s or
newspaper ads which starl "Having sold
111\ farlll elc."' And so lI t' cume, cars.
Iru('b. bi g and lilli e. and Irailers uf all
kinek This is where Ihe puur cil),
fanll er;; "el up ill II ilh
tilt' ju;; 1 Oil Ilwir olin . :\11'
liqul' hUlll er;; alld anlique hu ye rs are
Ihn, fOl r ti ll' lill lt, passeJ when " u
C'u ul.! hllpt' I" find a Ihal OU
"" ul ,1 ["r a fe ll' Tht"
ROM THF
,. i"nal" ;trl ' Il wre ill "' 11 a rill S I,ul l\'t' (, li n
, I ill hilI"',
Thl' lIa;!,, " I"ad of jUllk al IIIl" harn
IIr IIIl" lal,It, full of "dds and elld,. of
Iwu,t' h"ld is where Ihe sale slart".
Tid,: i,. ill'llllrlalll. \"f'n: r hal t' a !'al p.
II ilh"UI 1'1"1111 IIf jUllk, It gel " IIII' hit!
01, ,1' ,. in Ihe 111111111. It gil't's Iht' lall' l: lIlll t! r,.
lilllt , III IlwH' fur Ihe gllod Ihill gs.
J IIl1k . 111 .\1 ',. IIf "It! lIuls and 11011,:. "It!
1,, "1 . call :' half full of old paill!. box('s
II f kill"lll' n "pice;; or old pans Ul' china'.
g" nl f' 1l 1111,1 ... II ilh a gllot! onl' or 1110
IlIi.\I ,d in. "It! rol''' . 1.ld l' ha in,; . (,Id paris
II f III "chilll' n II ilh a good pi ece or tW;l,
h:r ok!'! n dHlir" III fix up, old milk cans
I" h" I",hl .. d allli Illude inlll umbrell a
... Ialld" IIr f1"\\I ' r old Ihing clln
Iw ""Iii and Ihl' "f il is Ihal the
"!llyn lak(,,, il al\'ay .
I wl'nl "ne' lillie 10 a of g"lId
farm implt'lll enls hUI nu junk, All
guod Ihings Wl'lIt for hardly half lIf what
Ihey should have brought for Ihere was
no junk III gel Ihe crowd warmed up
ami give lilll!'! for Ihf' lal l:' ('oll!t'rs. Therf'
were peoJ.lle still coming whell e"f'r\ '
Ihing \i'as sold allol pl'ople II'l:'r"
hOll1e.
The audi'''l l'I ' 1' l!"I.':' dO\I'1I I!.,. IiiII'
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hlalJalaed lay THE WARREN COllNTY HISTORICAL SOCIETY
Plteae 9H.817 - Mama, .. , a. . 223. Leb."oa, Oltlo
THE TREASURER REPORTS: Income - Projects and 1973 have netted these amounts for the
Society: 2 Antique Shows, $6600; Flea Market, $900; Membership dues, $1530; Museum income (door and
sales) 511,680; Special Activities - Seminar and Workshop, $1535; Christmas program 5100; Ice Cream Social,
$230; Special Donations, $1391; Memorial Fund (used for microfilming) $290. Expenses: Historicalog 5342;
Museum expense (salaries, utilities, repairs, painting, etc.), 513,185; Security System; 52737; microfilming
county newspapers (3 years) S8; Insurance $403; chairs, 5270; Office and $1432.
PERTINENT FACTS: The museum has 25 full time volunteers (1 day per' week), 5 part time volunteers
about 35 people who work on special assignment ... Memorials for the ylear were given in memory of Hazel
Brookes, Carl Ranker, Blanche Nixon, Robert Whitacre, Nettie Rye, Walter Goodhue, Helen Powell, Florine
Sausser Yingling, Bertha D. P. Downey, Ella Sears, India Ranker, Lynn Decker, Glen Lintner, Harold C.
Gillam, Dorothy Mittelstedt, Mocella Bailey, Grover C. Conner, Randall George, James Foley, D.
Harvey, Arretta Eger, Helen Epp, Olive Parshall, Arthur Rogers, Charles Sellers, Thomas Hutchinson in the
amount of $290 ... , More than 20,000 visitors have toured the museum, of whom 6000 were children . . , Our
membership now exceeds 685 ... many valuable documents, papers, clothing, articles of furn'iture and farm
tools have been given to the museum this past year .. , The museum now olwns enough chairs to seat" 130 people
in the Vi lIage Green.
THIS AND THAT ... Mrs. Hazel Phillips announces that she has reprints of her book "Traditional Ar-
chitecture" available and they can be purchased ftom her or from the n1useum, The price is 510.00 ... New
Shaker books recently acquired are, liThe Gift to Be Simple," Andrews; "The Simple Spirit", Thomas arid
Thomasi "Community Industries of the Shakers" Andrews and Rubin; "Shaker Music", Harold Cook and
"Hands to Work", Klamkin ... We are grateful to the Kroger Co. for thleir gift of candy canes for our young
visitors, .. Elva Adams, Museum Director was recently elected to the executive board of the Chamber of
Commerce.
EARL Y AMERICAN SEMINAR ... Be saving either February 12th or the 13th for our second annual
seminar. Because of the demand for reservations last year we are planning a repeat program on each of the
two days. Mr. Robert Bishop from the Henry Ford Museum, Dearborn, Michigan will speak on Early
American Furniture with emphasis on Country Furniture. Dr. Carol Macht from the Cincinnati Art Museum
will be the afternoon speaker and her subiect will be Early American Folk Art; A special luncheon will. be
served at the Golden Lamb. A brochure will be in the mail soon with a reservation blank - - be sure to return it
as soon as possible as space is limited.
THE ANNUAL MEETING - will be held on January 28,1974 at 7:30 o'clock at the museum. The nominating
committee composed of Orville Keever, ci.airman; Virginia Hardin all1d Jack Banta will give their
New officers will be installed. The revised constitution has been ,printed clnd is available. A delightful program
is promised. Speaker will be Mr. JO.hn Deihl, president of the Cincinnati HistoricatSociety. The,intriguing title
IIIIlI' ill g hi s lilli e ;; 10,,1 a fill Iht" d (' rk got!s
1Ii0llg lakillg alld IlOlt' s 1111 II
the arli(' I" and Ih" hu\t'r for Ihe ,'ashil'r
to lakt' ('(Ire of laler 1111. HI' cardu!.
;'\lever \\' a\'e to a friellcl nr scralch yuur
1I0"e, YtllI filltl ou lravt! hought a
,' 01\' or a pil'lure ill all aillique fralll e,
It has huppt'lwci. TI\l' II"UIlIt'II of ;; "lIlIt'
dUInh or gralll!t' nr hut
do!!,; and hOlll e' lIIade pit,S ill Ihe garage ,
or kilchl'1I of Ihe hunse. Everyone talks
ani grl:'l:'ts Ihe people Iher havl'n' t seen
sincc Iht' last sale and il is a greal sheial
uccasiun, Deals arc lIlade and juLs plan.
II"" anti problems discusselJ, A big sal e:
i.< a c\'ellt.
, ',,\\, Ihe problelll is lu gel your things
)"alkd alld gel Ihrlll I",nlt! t''' peeially if
ou Iran: 1111 Iruo-k. Olll't' 10llg ago we
hought " ',lIlIt' (l111 "cli i( 'kt:n ('001''' (llf . .firc
\1 nod alld II e dr\lvC Ii o Ill'; wilh scvelltCl'1I
"""P" I it'" i'll {Inri 1J \,I'r Ill e l'ar. ,.IJ was
hiH:k 11"111"11. (' ur'; .Jl a' f
1\ (' lIl'va 1'I;ul,1 dOlle il. arl:'
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II 11" :1\ , 1I1l'II I len' I rllI'k", I,ltlkiirl!
fi!l' j':lI ilil i)! , h!)t ""'- ,a\' tWII di,l
.. r lila \ ' /1(" ' fil 'I: \t; '!H ,l \ ;,u
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'I' ill"k ill IIr " li P /till . I rl'l'l hwl. v
11,,11 Iltal 1111 farmer a" a' lrlll'k :1,,01 ' 4'(1;1
Illa,1 ;",,1 h.-lUI f"r III C fJl llll' r dia
.I lt ,furl' Itilll ' I,ur
" n' r II", ) cars alit! 1"IIU;!hl "" " !I1('1I
runk lirul I h'1\ r'I'! "Ia(',> III J lllt
I,ut .al I!'ast in JNIltl \ 't'lllir& I still
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ft,,'1 Ilw' anll gi; til rll;.k things over
and eal II ' piere,' (If pir;
'eanuts By Charles Schulz
FEBAUARYiS
WELCOME 'fOUR HfAm'
FUND VOLUNTEER .
of his talk will be "Dear Ida" i it will include excerpts .rom letters which will bring history to IifethroU"gh. the
personal feelings of the correspondents. will follow the This is a .spa,ciar ","ting r '- ' , '
don't miss it! We need everyone's cooperation to make 1974 an even bigger year than 1973. \e're cOJlhting,
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lVedDesday, January 23, 1974 mE...M1AM1 GAZEtTE
by
Kitrhen Corner
than extensions of their
husbands.
Sand
THE MARRIAGE CODE
Somewhere. someplacll. there
must exist a law-a woman loses
her identity as an adult.
free-thinking individual when
she takes on the wedded state.
I like' being a wife. I really do.
and NO WOMEN'S LIBBER. I.
in most respects. but I rather
resent the treatment a woman
gets when she becomes a Mrs.
During the three years of my
widow hood. I was treated as an
adult, mature, intelligent being.
capable of judging my own
indebtedness and my own ability
to undertake special education or
projects. As a widow. I could
write for a charge account. in my
very own name. However, when
I remarried, and asked to have
the accounts put in my married
name, with my giv.en name. I was
told that I could apply for a
charge account only in '
husband's name or ASK him to
apply for an additional charge
plate for me, if he already had an
account. This was true even
though my credit rating was
excellent and my personal
income had not changed.
WINTER SAVINGS
BARRE
GUILD
BEAUTIFUL
I
COMPANION MEMORIAL $295
JOS,lPR BYRD
.i963 ....... 1969
SINGLE MARKER
FROM $69
50
Lebanon Memorial Co'
19 N SYCAMORE, LEBANON, 0 932-5876
As a widow, I could register for
special education, all by myself,
with no questions asked. Not
long ago, however, I responded
to one of those magazine ads
about a speed-writing course.
and was called on by a
representative who saidl he
would talk to me about
enrollment whenever he <:ould
"get together" with ME AND
MY HUSBAND. Needless to say,
I will never make the
arrangements for the interview
and my husband backs me in this
stand for equal rights.
Some years ago, I changed the
spelling of my nickname from
"Sandy" to "Sandee" to accentu-
ate my feminity, since many
people assume "Sandy" to be
masculine. and since I am happy
to be a member of the female
species. However, I will be a lot
happier when women are
thought of as "people" rather
ALPHAS AND OMEGAS
(From time to time, in this
column, I shall attempt to write
short poems, or prose if you like.
about "beginnings and endings"
since such events are vsally so
emotion-charged. It seems appro-
priate, then, to entitle this
section of the column with the
terms from the Greek alphabet--
alpha and omega.)
I had loved and lost and thought
new dreams would pass me by;
wrapped in a work cocoon, I
treaded time and lefy my soul to
slowly die. Then, suddenly, there
was silent wings in a sunlit sky.
What is love that it could come
twice to one so unworthy as I?
YOUR OPINION COUNTS
Would you like to comment on
any of the things mentioned in
this column? Your opinions are
welcome. Write "Sandee" c/o the
Miami Gazette. Box 87, W aynes-
ville, Ohio 45068.
PARTS Co
HOURS:
MONDAY thru FRIDAY 8:00 A.M. to 8:00 P.M.
SATURDAY 8:00 A.M. to 4:00 p.M.
WayneSVille. Ohio Ph. 897-6075
SONNY'S DRIVE-IN
Restaurant
For a meal or a snack
Bring the family
. Try Sonny's Delicious Fried Chicken
10 N Main '$t
Waynesv1l1e, Ohio CALL: 897-7966
For CARRY OUT Service
CH UCK 'S AR
Full I ine of snow tires and batteries ;:::
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355 S.Maln St.:;:;:;:;: Waynesville, Q'tlo ;:;:;j
Busine$I attJ
Classified Ads
Clil 897-5921
CLASSIFIED ADS:
$1.25 minimum charge
over 25 words 5 cents
extra per word.
THANKYOU&
MEMORIUM:
51.25 minimum charge
over 25 words 2 cents
extra per word.
FOR REN
For Rent: Now open (near
Caesar Creek). Boat and camper
storage, space available, cheap
rates. Harveysburg boat stor-
age, Main and Cross St.,
Harveysburg, Ohio_ Phone 513-
897 -6217. 6-c-4
FOR SALE
For Sale: Hay for sale. Phone
897-2263. 6-c-l
LOST & FOUND
Lost Dog: Full blood miniature
poodle, apricot. 2 years old with
red collar. "Rufus" Call 897-4583
Reward. 6-c-l
I WANTED.
Wanted: Caesar Creek Dam
supervisor would like to rent
trailer space for 65 x 12 mobile
home_ Near pasture for three
horses ideal. Can give refer-
ences. Call 897-5015 days,
897 -3231 evenings. 6-c-3
THANK YOU
Thank You: I would like to say
thank you for the many cards
and flowers received during my
stay at Miami Valley Hospital.
Also a thank you to our
neighbors for their kind deeds
and to Pastor Rev. Leonard
Baxter. 6-c-l
Thomas Runyon
__ Directo .. y
Call
8975921
ALUMINUM SIDING AND
ROOFING
DAL ELLIO'M'
All leading brands-free ' esti
mates. Waynesville 8977851
DEPARTMENT STORES
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MILLERS DEPT. STORE
61 S. Main St.. Waynesville
897-4946. Wearing apparel for
the entire family.
DRY CLEANERS
WASHINGTON SQUARE
LAUNDROMAT AND DRY
CLEARNERS, 88 S. Main St.,
Waynesville, 8975961.
CARPETS. ' _ FLORIST
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BI-RITE CARPET" TILE.- 140 CEDAJ\ CITY rwmsT, Firiest
.;" S: Main St.. & Gifts, 123 E .. Mul
"ceramic: cellings.. . berry :St.. Lebanon, Ohio
WaYnesville 222'-6608. . - '98U916
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HEATING AND
AIR CONDITIONIN'G
UNIVERSAL HEATING AND
AIR CONDITIONING, welding
and repair, portable equipment.
Marvins Lane, Waynesville,
897 -4936 Business, if no IInswer
call 932-4323
INSURANCE
THE NATIONAL LIFE & AC-
CIDENT INSURANC.E CO.
(Grand Ole Opry People) Fred
Napier agent 897,31ll
W ALloP,AP'ER
DON'S PAINT" WALLPAPER'
107 E. MulbetrY St.
Lebanon, Ohio 9822980
PHARMACIES
LOVELESS PHARMACY
Professional Prescription serv-
ice 33 S. Main Street, Waynes-
ville 897-7076
PLUMBING Al .. D HEATING
W. W. COVEY
Plumbing and Heating 177 Fifth
St., Waynesville 897-M31
REAL ESTATE
" BELCHER
REALTY CO. Estate "
. Auction Sales, 75 S. Main St.,
8972946 Waynesville. 223-5637
Dayton
K.S.A. REALTY, 88 S. Main St.,
Waynesville 897-3501
LYNN FIELDS. 7956 Cahall PI
Waynesville; 1-885-5453 or 897-
6055; Camfield Company Inc.
4339912 or 897-6055.
SUPER MARKETS
. .
ELLIS SUPER V ALU quality
and low prices open till nine. 7
days a week, phone 897-5001.
WAYNESVILLE MARKET
69 S. Main St. 897-5941 Meat
Specialists
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United Telephone Co. Of Ohio
Assessed Va'uation Increases
United Telephone Company of
Ohio's assessed valuation for
1973 property taxes
increased by $12.5 million over
the prior year, it was announced
this week by Brad Knapp,
Lebanon District Manager for
the Company.
Knapp said, 40 of the 56 contries
-served by the Company
experienced higher assesed
valuations, which will conse
quently result in increased tax
dollars for the local taxing
districts. Here in Warren County
United property tax for the 1972
was $39,717. In 1973 United paid
$54,553, which is an increase of
37.3 per cent.
The $12.5 million increase in
assessed valuation reflects the
1972 constructed additions to
customer service facilities.
United's 1973 property tax bill
was $5,219,000. This was an
increase of 10.8 per cent over the
$4,711,300 United paid in 1972.
With the increased assessed
valuation combined with higher
tax rates in most areas of the
state, United expects its state
IHB&MEJ
invites you to
spend a few
minutes to
see the
biggest antique
in town ...
The 148 year old
Grist. Mill
where youll also
find a wide
assortment of
contemporary
gifts displayed
in an atmosphere
remiDiKellt of an
old country store.
WUdmans Spices--66 Varltles
Hard Candy--ElCtract
We're just a few minutes
down the hill from
wide 1974 property tax bill to be
substantially higher.
ST ANDARD TIME
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dissolution and the court must
determine if a divorce should be
granted. In such an instance,
fault must also be proven.
S8407, passed by the Senate,
designates November 11 as
Veteran's Day. The federal
government several years ago
set up the three-day weekend
standard by moving many
holidays to Monday. The states
were given authority to change
the dates of such holidays back to
their original day. There is much
support, particularly among
veterans, to move Veteran's Day
back to November 11 instead of
the fourth Monday in October. A
similar bill passed the House last
week as well.

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WAYNESVILLE. OHIO
PHONE 897-6328
Genr.;!1 Line - Dealer. Welcorru
MON. BY CHANCE
TUES. THRU SAT. lo.,lOO
OPEN SUNDAY.., PM.
Waynesville on Rt. 42 Visit W.y" i1.. Other
('I. mile north of Rt. 73)
The 1850 vUlage gwreen of the WarreD County Wstorical Museum, Lebanon has its drug store
sUver shop, photo,vapher, general store, shoe repairman, newspaper and other shops. At
right the modern \rilIage of WaynesvUle, seems little changed exr.ept, perhaps, the c:arriages
move faster and its near a good gnU course, swim club and airport. There is one exception to-
the richness of viRage life. The doctor is missing. Doctors disappeared from the vUlages and
this scene of the patient receiving local medical care is fortunately preserved in a museum.
THANK YOU
I want to- express my sincere
to the many relliltives and
friends for the many acts of
kindness. 'for flowers, . beautiful
cards and expressions of
sympathy. during my r,ecent stay
in, the hospital.
Also. my thanks to Rev. Y
for his visit and kind words.
When I have these unusual ex-
periences I can not avoid
reevaluating the priviledges we
have today. The avaiJatiility of
our modern hospitals. the
wonderful advancements of
science. the kind. gentle
and epcpert care of the nurses.
and Ilbe skill and knowledge of
our . doctors and surgElons. _
I am also greatful to the
governing bodies who are re-
sponsible for the efficient and
continuous operation of the
various facilities.
I still contend that it is great to
be alive and I am fighting hard to
return to normal health and
activty.
Again. thank you.
Harold B. Earnhart
THE 1835 HOUSE
1m I\OO5l
55 S. Main St, Ohio
Tues, Thurs, Sat & Sun
1 - 5 pm
"BROWSE THROUGH
THREE SHOPS"
featur.1ng
COUNTRY FURNITURE
EARLY ACCESSORIES
VICTORIAN and GLASSWARE
HAY'S
Furniture
Stripph1'g

NEW METHOO"
THE SA .. E AMITY PROCf:SS
Furnltu ... R.llnI.lllnl Now
wlttJ This Method! All P.lnt
Varni ... RemGWM F'OI1n WoOd Or
Met.1 No Lye Of' Hult:: ACidl l''''',
SATISFACTION