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Will Christmas come early? Commissioners ready to accept gift of Atwood property By Carol McIntire Editor Months of discussion on Atwood Lake Resort culminated with a motion Monday by Carroll County Commissioners to accept the property, based on acceptable terms of transfer. Commissioners have been in discussion with officials from the Muskingum Watershed Conservancy
Local author uses Carroll County as backdrop for suspense novel involving IRS.
Minerva and Malvern both had their football playoff seasons cut short over the weekend. Game results are on page C-1
early deadlines Due to the Thanksgiving holiday, the following deadlines will be effective for the Nov. 24 FPS: School - Nov. 17 at 5 p.m. Classifieds: Nov. 18 at 2 p.m. Public notices: Nov. 18 at noon. Letters to the Editor: Nov. 18 at 5 p.m. Accent items: Nov. 18 at noon.
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District (MWCD) for over three years about the future of the lodge and in intense conversation since the MWCD offered to donate the facility and associated acreage to a government agency at the July meeting of the Board of Directors. Commissioners have met in special sessions, in executive session and discussed the transfer in open session several times since the offer was made, working out details of the
transfer. On Monday, commissioners made a formal motion to accept the lodge and associated property (approximately 511 acres) in preparation for possible action at the MWCD board meeting Nov. 18 in New Philadelphia City Council Chambers. The meeting begins at 9 a.m. Commissioners said last week they planned to clear their calendars so they could attend
the meeting. During a meeting last week, Commissioner Jeff Ohler said he anticipated receiving offers from Chesapeake, Rex Energy and Hilcorp for oil and gas drilling leasing. Commissioner Tom Wheaton said the lodge has been shown to several parties interested in leasing it and they plan to release requests for proposals (RFPs) seeking someone to lease the property in the near future.
Wheaton said both were done as part of an agreement with the MWCD in anticipation of the possible transfer of the facility. Commissioners have been working with members of the Chartwell Group, the firm hired by the MWCD to oversee the donation of the property to a suitable donee. See COMMISSIONERS, A-8
Veterans’ Day speech focuses on loved ones left at home
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By Carol McIntire Editor Retired Marine Captain Charles Pearson chose to salute not only the veterans, but those left behind when they leave to serve their country, during a Veterans’ Day address at Westview Cemetery Friday. Pearson, who spoke to Carrollton Elementary students and members of the community, on a cold and windy morning (the 11th day of the 11th month of 2011 at 11 a.m.), said before he talked about veterans, he would like to salute those who play a big part in the life of veterans. “They are the women who wait alone for their men (or men who wait for their women) to come home in war time,” he said. He asked those in attendance to picture in their minds an empty house after relatives and friends have said their goodbyes, kissed her cheek and departed. “All that remains of their laughter and good wishes are dirty dishes, crumpled napkins and empty glasses,” he said. “When they have left, she carefully locks the door and, for a second, leans her head against the door frame. She begins to talk to herself: ‘How long will he (she) be gone? What will he experience? What will he see? Will he change? Will he even come home?’ Realizing she is talking to herself, she straightens up and thinks, ‘I have to stop that.’ But it’s just so quiet without him. Oh God, how am I going to get along without him? Then the first of many
tears fill her eyes.” Pearson said it can be months, years, they wait for them to come home, home from Valley Forge, Gettysburg, Argonne Forest, Battle of the Bulge, Iwo Jima, Normandy, Korea, Vietnam, Lebanon, Persian Gulf, Iraq and Afghanistan. He then turned his thoughts to the man or woman who left, the veteran honored Nov. 11. He noted service men and women are taught team work from basic training. “They are taught to cultivate consideration for the feelings of others and to do what they can to relieve those in stressful situations,” he said. “I have personally witnessed and took part in many acts of kindness toward those citizens living in war-torn countries. Most of these acts of kindness are not reported by our media… However, they do not perform these acts of kindness for publicity. It is part of their training. This same training is why they are willing to give their lives for us and our freedoms. It is why one will throw his body on a live grenade to save his buddies.” He noted that self-preservation is the first law of nature. However, he said service men and women are taught self-sacrifice, which is the highest rule of grace. “You see, the truly brave are soft of heart and eyes and they feel for what their duty bids,” the veteran said. “That describes those whom we honor today: our veterans. Please keep them in your prayers and make it a point to thank at least one of them today.” See SPEECH, A-8
WREATH PLACEMENT. Korean War Veterans Dave Crim (left) and John Lucas carry a wreath to the Soldier’s Memorial in Westview Cemetery during the Veterans’ Day observance Nov. 11.
Chesapeake visits council, again By Leigh Ann Rutledge FPS Reporter John Bryant of Chesapeake Energy visited Carrollton Council Monday night. Bryant spoke with council at the Aug. 8 meeting and, at that time, the question of whether the village would have more protection for their water wells with or without a lease was discussed. Council told Bryant they have received varied opinions but no one definitive answer to the question. Bryant told council the first thing they need to do is find someone to create a lease they are comfortable with and then bidding can begin. He told members Chesapeake would like to meet with them and put a lease
together that will “satisfy” both sides and the village’s desire for protection of its water wells. Members asked Bryant if the village signs with Chesapeake, would there be the possibility of Chesapeake selling the rights to another company. Bryant said when dealing with large amounts of acreage, companies all swap land. He reiterated the village’s protection is in the lease they sign. Councilman Frank Leghart told Bryant the village has not taken any formal action such as retaining legal counsel. At this time council noted they do not feel there is a rush on signing a lease. In other business, council: -APPROVED a request to close the alley next to the Ed Long building all day Nov. 25 for the annual Coley’s Reunion.
-GRANTED a request for six parking spaces to be blocked in front of the courthouse for construction vehicles during construction to begin in December. -ACCEPTED the resignation of Michael Cline from the Village Fire Department. Cline cited personal reasons. -PROCLAIMED November Pancreatic Cancer Awareness Month in Carrollton. -APROVED a sewer hook-up for Harold Nichols residence on Scio Rd., Carrollton. -MEETING with Hilcorp Energy Thursday for a tour of village well sites. -SCHEDULED a legislative meeting Nov. 28 at 6 p.m. -SET the next council meeting for Nov. 28 at 7 p.m. in council chambers.
Fire district names Castellucci chief The Village of Malvern and Brown Township have joined together to form the Great Trail Joint Fire District, which will serve both communities under the guidance of a five-person board of trustees. The joint fire district will become effective Jan. 1, 2012. The Board of Trustees announced its decision recently to appoint Ralph J. Castellucci as the new chief of the joint fire district. The board’s decision was based,
in part, on the recommendation of a panel of three fire chiefs who interviewed each of the candidates. Castellucci presently serves as the chief of the Village of Malvern Fire Department, a position he has held since 1990. He was first appointed to the village fire department in 1982, and subsequently served as a firefighter, captain, and assistant chief. Castellucci has extensive education and experience in firefighting and command operations. He is a
member of numerous county and state organizations and associations relating to the fire service. He is employed by the Carroll County Commissioners as director of BTM Sewer District, Carroll County Environmental Services. In that capacity, he is responsible for a 1.2 million-dollar budget, and oversees the entire operation from funding, personnel, and water quality. See FIRE DISTRICT, A-8
Dinner speaker outlines duties of military chaplain By Don Rutledge FPS Associate Editor Those who attended the annual Veterans Day dinner Friday evening at the VFW Post Home learned about Military chaplains and heard excerpts from six Carrollton High School students who attended the 2011 Buckeye Girls and Boys State. “How do you (military chaplains) determine spiritual needs – it’s a tough job,” said Rev. Mike Doak, the guest speaker. Doak, a former special agent in charge of the Technical Surveillance Forensic Science Division of the United States Treasury Department, explained that military chaplains go where the troops go in all branches of the military. “Starting in 2005, the military branch consolidated the chaplains at Fort Jackson where chaplains were required to complete an Officer Training school which included knowing the language, culture and spiritual needs of the military,” he said. Among the responsibilities of a military chaplain are performing weddings, conducting communion, visiting hospitals and ministering to the spiritual needs of the members of the armed forces. “Chaplains also perform various other duties and responsibilities, including giving word to families of deaths of their loved ones,” he added. “The tradition of the military chaplain goes back a long way,” Doak said in calling attention to an empty table and place setting
which is always placed at all Veterans Day dinners at the VFW in respect to those missing in action. During the program, four longtime members of the American Legion Post 428 were recognized by Bill Moore, the VFW chaplain. They included Sheldon Stocker, 35 years; Bill Barricks, 25 years, Troy Cox and Scott Patterson, both 20 years. Cox and Patterson were unable to attend the dinner. Moore also introduced Kyle Leslie, a Carrollton High School senior who attended the 2011 Buckeye Boys State at Bowling Green State University last June. Bryan Meyer, the other delegate, was unable to attend the dinner. John McLoney, past American Legion Post commander, introduced five CHS seniors who attended Buckeye Girls State last June at Mount Union University. They included Lauren Keefer, Katerina Campbell, Kelsey Cogan, Brogan Joynson and Mackenzie Bake. Each told of their experiences during their respective week-long activities at the two American Legion–sponsored events. The two Buckeye Boys State delegates were sponsored by Carroll American Legion Post 428 while sponsors of the Buckeye Girls Staters included Jay Newbold, John and Melody Campbell, Steve Barnett, Sean Speedy, Brian Shaw, Wheeler Construction, McFadden Insurance, Rosebud Mining, Lumber Service and Ron Davis. See VETERANS, A-8
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PUBLIC RECORD Common Pleas Cases New Cases Filed U. S. Bank of Simi Valley, CA, vs. Sharon O. Ott of 332 2nd St. NE, Carrollton, et al, complaint in foreclosure for $37,026.09 on a promissory note for $38,250 executed Nov. 21, 2006. National Collegiate Student Loan Trust of Boston, MA, vs. Benjamin P. Morgan of 8122 Merline Rd. NE, Kensington, complaint for money for $18,386.01 plus $1,369.44 on promissory note for $21,600 executed Aug. 3, 2006. Christina L. Beverage of 406 Murray Ave., Minerva, vs. Matthew R. Hawkins of 206 N. Main St., Minerva, petition for civil stalking order filed; temporary protection order issued until Dec. 15 and full hearing on petition set for Nov. 21 at 10 a.m. Consumers National Bank of 614 E. Lincolnway, Minerva, vs. Allen V. Morris of Box 27, Sherrodsville, et al, complaint for judgment and foreclosure for $21,383.87 on a H.E.L.P. credit agreement executed Aug. 2, 2005, for $25,000. Christina L. Smith of 4520 Packard Ave., Canton, vs. Shane A. Smith of 2840 Ivory Rd., Carrollton, petition for domestic violence civil protection order filed; temporary protection order issued until Dec. 5 and full hearing on petition set for Nov. 18 at 9 a.m.
Real Estate John H. Clark Trustee and Margaret S. Clark Trust to John H. Clark Trustee, Catherine M. Clark Trustee, John H. Clark Living Trust and Catherine M. Clark Living Trust, 12.019A, 5.893A, 81.294A, Lee Twp. Mary Klatt Trustee, Robert R. Morris Living Trust, Jeannine A. Morris Living Trust, and Mary Klatt Co-trustee to Brian A. and Susan R. Morris, Lot 621, Lake Mohawk, Brown Twp., $7,000. William A. Yoho to Lela Zickefoose, Lot 607, Yogi Bear, Harrison Twp., $500. Lela Zickefoose to Gaye Booth, Lots 606,607, Yogi Bear, Harrison Twp., $500. Jason and Michelle L. Eddy to Jamie L. Stewart, 0.27A, Center Twp., $77,500. Home Savings and Loan Company of Youngstown to Derek Toot, 2.500A, Brown Twp., $45,000. Edna M. Duke to Fred M. Lynn, Lot 621, Yogi Bear, Harrison Twp., $5,000. Merritt L. and Sandra M. Brady to Victor Harold Clark Jr. and Eddie L. Clark, Lot 65, Carrollton Corp., $53,000. Bryan A. and Jessica R. Clough to Julie R. Shives Trustee and Julie R. Shives Trust, 9.858A, Harrison Twp., $50,000. David and Susan D. Wojcik to Deborah A. Albright, Troy A. and Stacy A. Cordray, 19.602A, Monroe Twp., $81,000. Alan L. and Lois M. Miller to Mark and Marjorie Urban, 38.656A, Orange Twp., $67,500. Kenneth J. Joseph to Joseph Asset Management Company LLC, Lots 89, 32, 1, 2, 5, 22, 6, 17, 2, 11, 10, 16, 17, 70, 2, 11, 7, 28, 29, 93, 92, 14, Carrollton Corp., 17.535A, Center Twp., 5.05A, Perry Twp., Lots 21, 22, Harrison Twp., and Lot 29, Dellroy Corp. CNB Bank Successor Trustee and County National Bank Successor Trustee, Robert E. Bailey Will to Covington B&H LLC, 116.02A, 132.30A, Thomas E. Royer Dec’d to Debra L. Royer, 1.450A, Harrison Twp. Debra L. Royer to Tri-County Habitat for Humanity of Greater Stark and Carroll Counties, 1.450A, Harrison Twp. East Ohio Properties LLC to George E. Bach Jr., 80.00A, Lee Twp., Mineral Rights Only. Harold L. and Sally A. Brake to Tina M. Dorris, .80A, East Twp., $18,000. KWM Real Estate Partners LP to Charles M. Cole, 9.494A, Washington Twp., $22,132. Charles M. Cole to KWM Real Estate Partners LP, 9.494A, Washington Twp. Robert C. and Marion G. Krohn and Jeremy W. and Julie K. Weaver to David C. and Amy K. Mathie, Lots 195-197, 200-209, Rockwood Park, Monroe Twp., $98,000. Mary A. Logan and Mary A. Miser to Mary A. and Donald C. Logan Jr., Lots 1430, 1431, Lake Mohawk, Brown Twp. Donald C. and Mary A. Logan Jr. to Robert and Jeannette Jirousek, Lots 1430, 1431, Lake Mohawk, Brown Twp., $154,300. Harrison Hills Association Inc. to Jesse M. Jones, Lots 773, Yogi Bear, Harrison Twp. William Chester Riley to John Henry and Ruth Davis, 82.00A, 117A, Union Twp., $25,000. Lawrence J. Mason Trustee, Gladys J. Mason Trustee, Lawrence J. Mason Revocable Living Trust and Gladys J. Mason Revocable Living Trust, 0.362A, Center Twp., $46,000. John P. and Anita L. Rice to John P. Rice Trustee and John P. Rice Revocable Trust, 86.593A, Monroe Twp. and 40.00, Rose Twp. John P. Rice to Anita L. Rice Trustee and Anita L. Rice Revocable Trust, 5.100A, 10.00A, Monroe Twp.
Carroll County Treasurer Jeff Yeager of Box 327, Carrollton vs. James Ketchum Jr. of 149 SR 164, Salineville et al, complaint for judgment and foreclosure for $3,135.71 for unpaid property taxes on real estate in Fox Twp. Criminal Cases Original sentences have been imposed against Charles Schrader III, 22, of 3047 Mayham Rd., Carrollton, for violations of his probation in two separate criminal cases in which he was convicted of burglary, theft and breaking and entering. Schrader has been sentenced to concurrent prison terms of 11 and 9 months. Substantial evidence has been found that John E. Earley, 25, of 7144 Sandy Lane, Malvern, has violated his 5-year reporting probation imposed Nov. 26, 2007, upon felony convictions of trafficking in marihuana and corrupting another with drugs. However, the Court has elected not to revoke Earley’s community control at this time and instead has ordered a more restrictive sanction to include a 7-day consecutive incarceration in the Carroll County jail. Bond has been set at $100,000 cash or surety in the case of William D. Blackburn, 44, of 8465 Cleveland
Ave. SE, Magnolia, indicted Nov. 2 on 7 felony charges including 3 counts of burglary, 2 counts of grand theft and 2 counts of theft. A capias has been issued for the arrest of Dean A. Gulosh, 46, of 4015 Middlebranch Rd., Canton, for a violation of his 5-year probation imposed May 18, 2011, upon conviction of theft and receiving stolen property. Bond has been set at $100,000 cash or surety in the case of Cory W. Abbott, 26, of 384 Plum St., Magnolia, indicted Nov. 2 on 8 felony charges including 3 counts of burglary, 2 counts of grand theft, 2 counts of theft and 1 count of aggravated possession of drugs. The indictment returned Sept. 6, 2011, against Dorothy J. Rainsberg, 34, of 130 Goedel Ave., Newcomerstown, charged with passing bad checks, a 5th degree felony has been amended to a 1st degree misdemeanor on a motion of the Prosecuting Attorney as a result of plea negotiations. Foreclosures Referred For Mediation Separate foreclosures filed Oct. 20 and Oct. 14, 2011, by GMAC Mortgage LLC of Fort Washington, PA,
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vs. Charles C. Hodge of 751 Pleasant Ave., Malvern, et al, and Nicholas J. and Lisa A. Addessi of 6058 W. Lakeside Dr. SW, Sherrodsville, et al, have been referred for mediation with hearings set for Jan. 20. The foreclosure filed Oct. 11, 2011, by Community Savings of Caldwell vs. S. Brett and Natasha Hurst of 4195 Mayham Rd. NE, Carrollton, et al, referred for mediation with hearing set for Jan. 20. Judgments Granted 21st Mortgage Corp. of Knoxville, TN, has been granted judgment for $33,876.18 in rem only in a foreclosure filed March 29, 2010, against Denver D. and Vivian D. Teeters of 1126 Bacon Rd. NW, Carrollton, et al. Carroll County Treasurer Jeff Yeager has been granted judgment for $6,644 in a foreclosure filed June 23, 2010 against Richard Brian Standiford of 5781 Dana Rd. SW, Sherrodsville. Bond Set in Extradition Case Bond has been set at $100,000 cash or surety in the extradition case of James G. Loterbaugh Jr., 29, of 7088 Alliance Rd., Malvern, on a warrant for his arrest issued by officials of Brooke County, West Virginia,
County Municipal Court Cases Carrollton Police Department cases – Thomas W. Parker of 618 Canton Rd. NW, Carrollton, failure to cut grass, case dismissed by state. Brittany A. Varnes of 105 1/2 Market St., Minerva, drug paraphernalia offense, $150 and costs, 30-day jail sentence suspended on conditions. Terry G. Moyers of Akron, speed (50/35), $115 bond. Jennifer R. Matthews of 451 S. High St. D, Carrollton, illegal depositing garbage, $250 and costs, $100 of fine suspended along with 30-day jail sentence. David G. Bachtel Jr. of 36 3d St. NE, Carrollton, drug abuse, $150 and costs, 6-month operators license suspension suspended on conditions. Charles E. Nichols Jr. of 10007 Apollo Rd. NE, Kensington, expired license plates, $130 bond. Minerva Police Department cases – James R. Hosale of 308 W. Plain St., Minerva, drug paraphernalia, $250 and costs, 30-day jail sentence suspended on conditions. Michael W. Granger of 107 Euclid Ave., Minerva, driving under the influence, $600 and costs, 174 days of a 180-day jail sentence suspended on conditions, drivers license suspended from July 24, 2011, to July 23, 2012; failure to control, case dismissed by state. Ohio State Highway Patrol’s cases – Devon N. Huffman of 75 Sherrod Ave., Sherrodsville, speed (75/55), $130 bond. Dustin Razzle of 10035 Lee Rd. NW, Minerva, changing lanes, $130 bond. Wesley E. Day of 3369 Lunar Rd. NE, Carrollton, speed (68/55), $115 bond. Justin B. Metzger of 96 E. Mohawk Dr., Malvern, driving under the influence, $900 and costs, 170 days of a 180-day jail sentence suspended on conditions; driving under the influence and speed (67/55), both cases dismissed by state. Christine M. Wood of 9108 Lee Rd., lot 55, Malvern, faulty muffler, $60 and costs, fine suspended on conditions. Brittany A. Varnes of 105 1/2 Market St., Minerva, drug possession, case dismissed by state. Quint A. McFarland of 5228 Amsterdam Rd., Amsterdam, speed (72/55), $130 bond. Shawn B. Blymiller of 22574 Mountz Rd., Minerva, speed (70/55), $115 bond. James R. Hosale of 308 W. Plain St., Minerva, drug possession, case dismissed by state; changing lanes, no fine, $70 costs. James E. Cline of 4754 Roberstville Rd., East Canton, driving under the influence, $900 and costs, 170 days of a 180-day jail sentence suspended on conditions; driving under the influence, case dismissed by state; no tail lights, $50 fine. Amy L. Reardon of 903 Ridge Rd., Canton, driving under the influence, $600 and costs, 174 days of a 180-day jail sentence suspended on conditions; driving under the influence, case dismissed by state; changing lanes, $50 fine; no seat belt, $30 fine. Patricia K. Teis of 267 Bellflower Rd. NE, Minerva, failure to file registration, $130 bond. Jessica J. Heath of 70 Park Ave., Apt. A, Carrollton, speed (73/55), $130 bond. John S. Kiehl of 4186 Avon Rd., Carrollton, driving under the influence, case dis-
Bench Warrants Bench warrants have been issued by Carroll County Probate and Juvenile Court Judge John S. Campbell for the arrests of the following individuals for failure to appear for support contempt hearings scheduled for Nov. 10: Cory Campbell of 21073 Oakes Dr. Ext., Akron, David L. Higgins Jr. of 1418 Wabash Court NE, Canton, Richard L. Baker Jr. of 6878 Tedrow Rd. SE, Uhrichsville, and Shawn Dickey of 1111 11th St. NW, Canton.
missed by state. Justin W. Heavelyn of 6 S. Smith St., Dellroy, speed (70/55), $115 bond. Sandra M. Rodgers of 6209 Riverview Dr. NW B, Malvern, failure to file registration, $130 bond. Anthony C. Wilbert of 6906 Alliance Rd., Malvern, improper license plates, $130 bond. Christopher J. Burris of 3198 Ivory Rd. NW, Carrollton, assured clear distance, $130 bond. Douglas P. Graf of Lead Hill, AR, no operators license, $1,000 and costs, $500 of fine suspended on conditions. Sheriff’s Department cases – Daniel Canter Jr. of Canton, failure to control, $60 and costs. James E. Heinzman II of 38450 Allensworth Dr., Apt. C10, Scio, assured clear distance, $60 and costs. Alysha L. Stermer of 406 W. Line St., Minerva, underage consumption, no fine, $70 costs, case dismissed by state. Penny L. Roby of 505 E. Porter St., Malvern, disorderly conduct, $150 and costs, 30-day jail sentence suspended on conditions; theft, case dismiss by state. Jason L. Hearn of 312 E. Main St., Carrollton, criminal damages, $150 and costs, 90-day jail sentence suspended on conditions; menacing, case dismissed by state. Colton W. Shaw of 101 Scranton, Minerva, underage consumption, no fine, $70 costs, case dismissed by state. Jason R. Foster of 25548 Ridge Rd., East Rochester, underage consumption, no fine, $70 costs, case dismissed by state. Zachary T. Miller of 4189 Paris Ave., Minerva, underage consumption, no fine, $70 costs, case dismissed by state. Michael L. White of 111 Lindamore St., Minerva, disorderly conduct, $150 and costs, 30-day jail sentence suspended on conditions; criminal damages, $100 fine, 90-day jail sentence suspended on conditions. Dale K. Penster of 85941 Dodson Rd., Cadiz, failure to control, $60 and costs, fine suspended. William L. Bowman Jr. of Salem,
speed (70/55), $60 and costs. Lester P. McCourt Jr. of 17 Twp. Hwy 261, Bergholz, assured clear distance, $75 and costs. John C. Beamer of 5066 Caddy Rd. SW, Bowerston, failure to control, $130 bond. Cheryl A. Newlan of Wellsville, speed (67/55), $115 bond. Michael L. Kruprzak of 10059 SR 164, Amsterdam, assured clear distance, $130 bond. Brody L. Cannon and Nicole M. Cannon, both of 105 W. Line St., Apt. 5, Minerva, each charged with receiving stolen property, both cases dismissed by state. State’s Individuals case – Lorrin Ray of 3168 Apollo Rd., Carrollton, disorderly conduct, $150 and costs, 30-day jail sentence suspended on conditions. State’s Minerva Police Department case – David L. Howell of 23685a US Rt. 30, Minerva, physical control, $600 and costs, 177 days of a 180-day jail sentence suspended on conditions; no headlights, $100 fine. Civil Cases Randy L. Byrd of 6471 Alliance Rd., Malvern, has filed an eviction action against Cathy and Jennifer Fields of 120 Bridge St., Malvern. Contract note actions have been filed against the following: Capital One Bank of Richmond, VA, vs. Christina A. Brienza of 541 Madeline St., Carrollton, $1,032.94. Asset Acceptance LLC of Cleveland vs. Nelson Huffman of 4030 Arrow Rd., Carrollton, $3,514.99. Capital One Bank of Columbus vs. Georjeanna L. Meek of 108 W. Main St., Malvern, $740.51. Springleaf Finance Services of Salem vs. Brent Davis of 1178 Kensington Rd. NE, Carrollton, $1,977.55. Judgments Granted Harvest Credit Management VII of Columbus from Larry D. Weyandt of
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The foreclosure filed Oct. 25, 2010, by Tammac Holdings Corp. of Wilkes-Barre, PA, vs. Michael J. Shattuck of 6085 Gary Dr. NW, Malvern, et al, has been ordered removed from the active trial docket and placed in inactive status due to a stay issued by the US Bankruptcy Court. Foreclosure Dismissed The foreclosure filed March 9, 2011, by Wells Fargo Bank of Fort Mills, SC, vs. Robert D. Kunkel and Sandra Steinberg Kunkel of 7148 Gopher Rd. SW, Dellroy, et al, has been dismissed on a motion of the plaintiff. Divorce Granted A divorce has been granted to each party on the ground of incompatibility by Judge Joseph J. Bruzze Jr. in the termination of marriage action filed March 3, 2011, by Bethane Fisher of 7101 Lynn Rd., Minerva, vs. Tom Fisher of 3108 Amford St. SE, Canton. Workers Compensation Case Settled, Dismissed The workers compensation case filed July 21, 2011, by Karen A. Elliott of 1106 Kennedy St., Bergholz, vs. Flex Team, Inc. of Akron et al, has been settled and dismissed.
Judge Gary L. Willen 3347 Salineville Rd. NE, Carrollton, $3,595.73. Affinity Medical Center of Cincinnati from Richard J. Briggs of 3250 Mayham Rd. NE, Carrollton, $681.12. Alliance Community Hospital of Alliance from Scott Davis of 7900 Mark Rd. NE, Kensington, $506.82. Rab Performance Recoveries of Paramus, NJ, from Michael Shine of 4062 Milo Rd. NW, Carrollton, $1,725.08. Portfolio Recovery Association LLC of Norfolk, VA, from D. Jason Ely of 11177 Brass Rd. NW, Mineral City, $5,658.46.
Discover Bank of New Albany from John D. Erwin of 9090 Polo Rd. SE, Scio, $4,772.89. Midland Credit Management, Inc. of San Diego, CA, from Chad Shortland of 550 2nd St. NW, Carrollton, $2,858.96. Eviction Actions Dismissed Barbara K. Edwards of 86 Arbor Rd., Minerva, vs. Joe and Amy Dotson of 44 Gallo Rd. NW, Carrollton. Robert and M. Joann Baughman of 5121 Waynesburg Rd., Carrollton vs. Shawn and Kristy Swager and Occupants of 4124 Waynesburg Rd., Carrollton.
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AREA NEWS INVESTIGATIONlog CARROLL SHERIFF Nov. 5 – Deputies were called to a Graph Rd., Dellroy residence for a disturbance between two neighbors. A woman told deputies the neighbor’s dog came onto her property and began chasing her chickens. She said she was going to shoot the dogs with a BB gun to get them to go home. She chased the dogs home and got into a yelling match with the neighbor and his sister. The woman claimed she was hit on the hand by the sister and called names. The man said the neighbor came to his house and began yelling about his messy yard. The woman was told to stay on her property and the man was told to keep his dogs on his property. Nov. 5 – The owner of a Post Rd., Jewett home said the front door was kicked in and two lights left on. Nov. 5 – A Canton woman reported being threatened by an Ivory Rd., Carrollton man. Nov. 5 – A Holly Rd., Mineral City man told deputies he was struck in the face twice during a dispute. Nov. 5 – A GPS, radar detector and a case of miscellaneous CDs were reported missing from a vehicle parked at an Alliance Rd., Malvern property. The GPS and radar detector were found tossed in another vehicle. Nov. 6 – An Antigua Rd., Sherrodsville man reported receiving threats from an Akron woman. Nov. 8 – Several items were reported missing by an Aurora Rd., Mechanicstown man while his vehicle was parked at an Arrow Rd., Minerva business. Nov. 9 – Copper water lines were removed from a vacant Waynesburg Rd., Carrollton home. Nov. 11 – A Mechanicstown woman sent a letter to the Sheriff reporting a neighbor woman has been trespassing on her Ruby Rd., Carrollton property. Nov. 11 – A W. Canal St., Malvern woman told deputies someone opened an American Express account in her name. CARROLLTON POLICE Nov. 7 – While on patrol Oct. 7 officers found damage at Ann Green Park. Officers received a statement Oct. 25 from a Lawrence Dr., Carrollton man stating he saw a Camaro and a Red Dodge Dakota at the park doing donuts but did not know who the drivers were. He noticed another vehicle at the park but not doing damage being driven by a W. Main St., Carrollton man. The 18year old male told officers he went to the park to watch kids box and everyone was leaving when the two vehicles began to do donuts. Officers spoke with the owner of the
Camaro who at first denied he was there but then told them his Camaro had broken down and only the red Dakota was doing donuts. Officers went to the home of the owner of the Dakota and spoke with a 19-year old Wood Rd., Carrollton man. He told officers he went to the park to watch a fight and his brother was driving the Dakota and he and the other man decided to race around the park and tore up the grass. The twin brother is supposedly living in Dover and is on probation. Nov. 7 – A S. High St. woman was cited for littering and deposit of garbage after officers saw numerous bags of trash that appeared to have holes torn in them by animals. Nov. 9 – The father of 13-year old female told officers she is being unruly and he is not sure if she is attending school. Nov. 9 – Officers were called to a 2nd St. business for a bad check. The business sent a letter of dishonor to a Key St., Sherrodsville woman but it was returned marked “not deliverable.” The amount due including fees is $51.44. Nov. 11 – Officers were questioned about the whereabouts of a Beaver, PA, man who is supposedly in the area. The man has gotten several prescriptions of controlled substances filled in the area. Nov. 11 – Officers were called to Mercy for a 10-year old boy receiving seven stitches. The boy’s grandmother said she told the 10year old to wake his 15-year old brother for school. The brother kicked the younger boy, knocking him down and causing his injury. The boy also had several other bruises. The mother said she has been having trouble with her older son. The older son was going to stay with grandparents in Malvern until the situation is resolved. Nov. 12 – While on patrol, an officer observed a Ford pickup travel over the center line twice on N. Lisbon St. The driver turned onto N. High St. and stopped in a 2nd St. parking lot. The Greensburg, PA, man was given field sobriety tests and could not perform them. He was given a breathalyzer test which showed he was over the legal limit. He was transported to county jail. Nov. 12 – A summons was issued to a 4th St. man regarding a junk vehicle on the property. Nov. 13 – A Clinton man locked his keys in his car at Circle K. When an off-duty officer suggested the man contact police to open his door, he told him he didn’t want to do that due to having drugs in the vehicle. The K-9 unit was called and the man admitted having drugs, which the dog located in the trunk. He was issued a summons for drug abuse and drug paraphernalia after officers found marijuana and a pipe and two different types of pills.
ACCIDENTreports CARROLL SHERIFF Nov. 5 – Zachary T. Tolley, 17, of Louisville, was traveling south on Canton Rd. when his vehicle went off the right side of the road and struck a guardrail. The 1994 Cutlass traveled across the centerline and off the left side of the road striking a utility pole. Tolley was transported to Aultman Hospital by EMT Ambulance. He was cited for operating a vehicle without reasonable control. Nov. 7 – Donald A. Nape, 39, of 1544 Canton Rd., Carrollton, was eastbound on SR 39 when he struck a deer with his International Harvester truck. The vehicle went off the right side of the road and into a ditch. The truck rolled onto its right side. Nov. 8 – Randy L. Dewitt, 51, of 23 Penny Rd., Carrollton, slowed/stopped to turn from SR 43 onto Salineville Rd. Michael L. Kruprzak, 24, of 10059 SR 164, Amsterdam, was unable to stop and struck
the Dewitt vehicle. Kruprzak was cited for assured clear distance. Nov. 10 – Donna L. Baldwin, 80, of 8099 Leopard Rd., Malvern, was parked at Dorsey’s Market on Canton Rd. when an unknown vehicle backed into her vehicle. Nov. 11 – Mildred R. Norris, 72, of 1050 Major Rd., Minerva, was stopped along Alliance Rd. near Blade Rd. for a vehicle turning left. Lindsay J. Haynam, 19, of 1120 Morningside Dr., Minerva, stopped behind the Norris vehicle. Dustin A. Rzucidlo, 17, of Homeworth was unable to stop and struck the Haynam vehicle pushing it into Norris’s vehicle. Rzucidlo was cited for speed. CARROLLTON POLICE Nov. 8 – Travis Stephens, 17, of 2557 Bramble Rd., Carrollton, was backing from a parking space at the Carroll County library when he struck the driver’s door of the vehicle of Raymond H. Alloway, 69, of 105 Dillon Court, Amsterdam.
Jon Humphrey appointed to fill vacant Leesville council seat By Jacquie Humphrey FPS Correspondent Leesville Council can once again conduct village business following the appointment of Jon Humphrey to fill a vacant seat at the November meeting. Mayor Ed Alsept appointed Humphrey to the seat vacated earlier in the year by Bob Stauffer and the appointment was unanimously approved by council. For the past two months Leesville has had only four of the six available council seats filled and, with the absence of Councilman Joe Perko from three of the past four meetings, council was having difficulty obtaining a quorum. Village Solicitor Jason Jackson administered the oath of office to Humphrey. The term of this appointment expires Dec. 31, 2011. Jackson discussed the property research and contract negotiations he has being doing on the Village’s behalf for the sale of its mineral rights.
He said the village will receive approximately $3,800 per acre, but additional research needs to be done prior to council approving the action. Councilwoman Sally Bernhart offered to visit the Carroll County Courthouse to confirm the village’s property records. Bernhart will contact Jackson prior to the December meeting of council. Alsept asked Jackson what financial fund mineral lease money could be deposited into. Jackson said he has researched this issue for other villages and any monies received would go into the General Fund for unrestricted use. In other business, council: -HEARD Councilman John Traxler report the youth group from Faith Community Chapel assisted in cleaning up leaves in the circle and around the village. -AGREED to recommend Willoughby & Associates for the next audit cycle. -APPROVED a one year contract with Jackson for 2012 legal services in the amount of $3,000 to be
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cocoa. Those who are able should bring cookies to share. -ANNOUNCED a public meeting regarding the possible closing of the Leesville Post Office will be held Dec. 1 at 7 p.m. in Leesville’s First United Methodist Church on Market Street. Community residents are encouraged to attend. -REMINDED residents the last leaf pick up of the year will be held on Nov. 17. Residents wishing to have their bagged leaves collected should place them near the curb. -SET the next meeting for Dec. 13 at 7 p.m. in village hall.
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OPINIONS & VIEWS Readers Write To the Editor: Freedom is not free. These were the words that resonated about the grounds of the Tuscarawas County court house during the Veterans’ Day celebration. The county square is home to soldiers of past wars, and their stone, stern faces portray bravery and determination. They have stood strong throughout time as a reminder of this truth. On this day, old glory joined them by whipping in the cool, crisp breeze— showing patriotism at its best. Individuals, young and old, gathered to mark the significant day following an election with high voter turnout. Later this month, we will gather around the table with family and friends to give thanks. Together, this is a season of being grateful for our freedom and those we love. Back at the court house, we saluted military veterans—living and deceased—for the sacrifices they gave for our country. This December, we will also mark the 70th anniversary of the tragic Pearl Harbor attack. On that devastating day, history changed the world as we knew it. It pushed our nation to the brink. However, we circled the wagons and embraced the words of FDR after the deadly assault. He declared, “There is nothing to fear but fear itself.” This memorable account fueled a remarkable movement in our country’s past. It led to new optimism and formation of the greatest generation. Today, we need to take a moment to pause to remember those who served and those currently serving. Are we on the verge of the next greatest generation? Only time will tell, but in the meanwhile, we must not forget to make that simple gesture—say thank you. Chad Conrad Director American Red Cross Carroll, Harrison & Tuscarawas Counties
To the Editor: The Carrollton Football Moms would like to thank the owners of Warrior Transport, Mr. and Mrs. Scott Reed, for driving the team in the Carrollton High School Homecoming Parade. We would also like to thank Heartland Hill Restaurant for the donation of ham to help feed the team before the game. Carrollton Football Moms
Looking Back 60 YEARS AGO (From 1951 Files) Carrollton Village Council accepted a tract of five acres purchased by the Planning Commission from Wayne Walton at a price of $100 and located near the site of the proposed swimming pool. The park is now known as Ann Green Memorial Park. Winners of the local Prince of Peace contest were Janet Boggs and June Gallaher. Cpl. Ray Mahaffey, son of Mr. and Mrs. George Mahaffey of Rt. 1, Sherrodsville, has completed a year of service in Korea as a driver in the I corps engineering section. Inducted into the armed services and filling Induction Call No. 19 from Carroll County were William Franklyn Rush, leader, of Carrollton, Riley Dean Taggart of Kilgore, Chester LaMoine Moreland of Carrollton, assistant leader, and Howard Eugene Hull and John Robert Barber, both of Rt. 2, Salineville. Members of Carrollton High School’s 1951-52 cheerleading squad were Jackie Dever, Pat Allison, Muza Steeves, Shirley Guy and Sandra Fultz. 50 YEARS AGO (From 1961 FPS Files) Taking part in the 1961 Veterans Day ceremony at Westview Cemetery in Carrollton were Leasure Fox, Robert Tasker, Charles Nichols, Willard Beckley, Jay Myers Jr., Victor Tack, Kenneth O. Boggs, Leroy James and Ralph Karns. Carrollton High School’s senior class was presenting the play “A Connecticut Yankee in King Arthur’s Court” under the direction of Sam Vasbinder. John Pothorski, son of Mr. and Mrs. George Pothorski of Rt. 1, Amsterdam, and a 1960 graduate of Carrollton High School, signed a contract with the Detroit Tigers baseball team. Six young men filled Carroll County’s 139th Selective Service (draft) call. They included J. Leonard Hutson of Rt. 4, Carrollton, leader; Harold T. House of Minerva, James W. Campbell of Rt. 1, Minerva, Ronnie C. Wilson of Rt. 2, Carrollton, Paul E. Moore Jr. of Carrollton and Allen J. L. Everhart of Rt. 1, Hanoverton. 40 YEARS AGO (From 1971 FPS Files) Merle Edie, operator of a 550acre farm in Perry Twp., received the Goodyear Conservation Award at the Carroll Soil and Water Conservation District and Carroll County Dairy Association dinner meeting. Thomas L. Cummings, vice president and loan officer of The First National Bank at Carrollton, was appointed a bank director. The popular musical “The Music Man” was being staged by the choral department of Carrollton High School under the direction of Mrs. Archie (Mary Anna) Hutchison. Pattersonville Telephone Company officials announced the
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change to dial switching equipment. The Carrollton Warriors ended their 1971 football season with a 7-2-1 record under the coaching of Head Coach Jim Render. 30 YEARS AGO (From 1981 FPS Files) Rick Pfanneschmidt, superintendent of Carroll Hills School and workshop, announced the possibility that the charter for Carroll Hills School might be withdrawn by the state due to the failure of a one-mill additional tax levy at the November 1981 election. Receiving awards at the annual Grange banquet were Mary Hunt of Harlem Springs Grange, and Mae Bortz of Brown Twp., each 38 years; Matt Morvatz of Perry Twp. and John McAllister of Brown Twp. Members of the cast staging the musical Oklahoma at Springfield High School included Doug Brownfield, Karen Kelly, Patti Streblo, Alan McElwain, Marcy Buxton, Pat Willison, Love Onduski and Jeff Cline. Don Power was named the Most Valuable Player of Carrollton High School’s 1981 football team. 20 YEARS AGO (From 1991 FPS Files) Carrollton Village Council accepted a bid of $467,474 from William Richardson of Waynesburg for improvement on Carrollton’s Honey Run storm sewer. A brief ribbon cutting ceremony was held for a four-mile plus stretch of a bike lane on both sides of resurfaced SR 542 from Dellroy to Falls Rd., past the Atwood Resort. Mrs. Pat Rutledge received a Community Citizen Award at the annual Ohio State Grange convocation held in Hudson. Carrollton High School’s Speech and Drama Department was staging the musical “You’re a Good Man Charlie Brown”. Cast members included Wendy Roudebush, Jason Desper, Jeff Bentley, Shane Meek as Charlie Brown, Stephen Reed, Joy Weyand, Kelly Rice and Mike McIntosh. 10 YEARS AGO (From 2001 FPS Files) Voters approved an issue paving the way for a 9-1-1 emergency system in Carroll County. Brian Davis, a former US Marine and Carrollton High School’s wrestling coach, was guest speaker at the 2001 Veterans Day dinner held at the VFW Post Home. Longtime VFW members honored for 10 to 50 years of membership included Ray C. Hull, Bert McIntire, Bill Shafer, John Lucas, Howard Drake, Ronald Davis, Glenn George Sr., Joe McIntire, Jay Newbold, Gerald Jones and Wayne Davis. Larry Gardner and Lisa McCauley were named Runners of the Year as members of Carrollton High School’s boys and girls cross country teams while CHS Cross Country Coach Kevin Spears was honored as Coach of the Year.
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In their words... By Bradley Whitehead President Fund for Our Economic Future Fuel Northeast Ohio’s Future and Innovation Pipeline with Shale Growing evidence that Northeast Ohio will see billions of dollars in new investments and tens of thousands of new jobs as a result of increased oil and gas drilling has a lot of people talking about something that hasn’t been seen in these parts in generations – an economic boom. For a region that has earned global attention for its tough-as-nails approach to hanging onto every job possible and long-term commitment to building new industries, the prospect of rapid economic growth can be disorienting. But now, more than ever, we as a region need to think, plan and act in ways that position Northeast Ohio to benefit in both the short term and long term as the promised economic bounty of the Utica and Marcellus Shale arrives. Three principles should guide our civic strategy: committing to environmentally and socially responsible extraction; ensuring that our region does more than pump the gas; and leveraging royalties for sustained economic growth. First and foremost, we must commit to developing the opportunity “right”. While the boom promises much in terms of jobs and incomes, there also exist legitimate concerns about environmental and social impacts. Rather than fall into polarized positions that tear us apart, let us engage in meaningful civic dialogue about how best to realize this opportunity while safeguarding our people and our resources. Such discussion should set forth the principles that guide public policy and ensure scrupulous business practices. One plausible outcome of civic engagement would be agreement to set aside a portion of expected revenues to prevent and mitigate potential negative consequences. Second, Northeast Ohio must capture the full range of supply chain and job opportunities associated with the shale opportunity – with the vast majority of jobs going to Northeast Ohio residents. Economic history is littered with stories of places that failed to turn natural resource wealth into broader economic growth and shared prosperity. Think Libya and oil, South Africa and diamonds, or Indonesia and hardwoods. Ohio must aim higher than simply inviting outsiders to pump the gas. Ohio companies must mobilize to capture ancillary business opportunities that can be created including construction, metal fabrication, downstream refining and production. Ohio workers need to be trained quickly to fill these jobs. The $650 million V&M Star expansion in the Mahoning Valley is a wonderful, but not isolated, example of the opportunities ahead. In addition to ancillary businesses and jobs, the shale opportunity can provide a financial platform for sustained economic growth. The Shale boom, as promising as it is, will be an economic windfall with a finite life. We must use it to build for the long term. Northeast Ohio has made remarkable progress over the last decade in nurturing new industries driven by innovation, entrepreneurship and the region’s distinctive assets. But this transformation requires resources and a portion of the new revenues should be directed towards our economic future in these promising arenas. Sweden may have launched its economic growth on timber, but they ultimately transitioned to an advanced and broad-based economy. As a local example, the Center for Entrepreneurship at Ohio State University estimates that more than $5 billion will be needed over the next decade just to fund the high growth start-up companies already in the pipeline. Imagine if shale royalties funded growth capital for entrepreneurs or existing companies moving into new markets; royalties could also be used to prepare the region’s workforce for the future. The shale boom – and the creation of a shared funding pool from royalty revenues associated with oil and gas extraction - can provide the critical investment capital to sustain a healthy environment, create new industries and prepare the work force for the future. To develop and execute a thoughtful extraction strategy that leads to long-term benefits, the region needs to work together. The private sector plays a critical part as do regional and local economic development entities. Philanthropic entities, like the Fund for Our Economic Future, must commit to engaging wisely and supporting efforts to sustain the economic competitiveness of the region. Environmental, labor and other groups need to help shape this growth strategy. It is not often that a community is presented with a multi-billion opportunity; much is at stake. If we think, plan, and act together towards a common vision, ours can be a story of shared and sustained economic ascendancy.
Steeple to Street Look how close we are to Thanksgiving. Now is the time to give God thanks. This month we are looking at the ABC’s of Thanksgiving. Last week we looked at A: America; this week, B: the Bible; and next week we will look at C: Christ and His Creation. The Bible is God’s Holy Word. It tells us, “Thy word is a lamp unto my feet and a light unto my path,” (Psalm 119:105). God’s word will illuminate our footsteps and lighten our paths. His word will always lead us in the paths of righteousness. “Thy word have I hid in mine heart, that I might not sin against thee” (Psalm 119:11). The Bible is good for teaching. “All scripture is given by inspiration of God and is profitable for doctrine, for correction and for instruction in righteousness” (II Timothy 3:16). Plus, the Bible teaches us how much God loves each of us. “For God so loved the world, that He gave his only begotten Son, that whosoever believeth in Him should not perish, but have everlasting life” (John 3:16). Very simply, “Jesus loves me this I know, for the Bible tells me so.” This Thanksgiving, I thank God for the Bible, don’t you? May God bless you and may God bless America. Rev. David Krankovich Carrollton United Presbyterian Scroggsfield Presbyterian
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Readers Write To the Editor: I have heard excuse after excuse from Frontier saying I can’t get Internet from them because I’m inches away from their service. How is this when the Internet comes on phone lines to hook up the modem? We have to put filters on all phone lines except modem line coming off the regular phone line. It doesn’t matter that all of the southeast side of Mayham Rd. has high speed Internet. If you live on the northeast side of Mayham or from mile marker 18 on SR. 39 East, it is in the Bermuda Triangle zone of Carrollton. I don’t know about the rest of the neighbors, but my daughter is a starter on the Methodist University of Fayetteville, NC, basketball team and I can’t get the game on my computer with dial up and the library is closed after 7 p.m. so I can’t see the games. I’ve been told all of these excuses about being inches from receiving a signal from the office but lines are run to my home and I get telephone service. My friend had high speed Internet from August to October and since they can’t give me high speed Internet, they won’t let them have it. I don’t want to wait until 2012 when every other person except the northeast side of Mayham Rd. has high speed Internet. I want to see my daughter’s games for the cheap price of Frontier high speed Internet. I can’t afford satellite prices. I asked someone on live chat why we are the only road that doesn’t have the pleasure of cheap high speed Internet. I asked them if Washington Twp. had anything to do with this problem after they graded our road about five years ago and took the phone lines out. This is when live chat told me to have a nice day and hung up. When do we have someone fix this so I can watch games online when I can’t get there? Denise Schrader Carrollton, OH
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Youth hunters take to the woods this weekend Ohio’s youth deer-gun hunting season will be held Saturday and Sunday, Nov. 19-20, according to the Ohio Department of Natural Resources (ODNR), Division of Wildlife. The youth deer-gun season is open statewide to hunters 17 years old and younger. Plugged shotguns using slugs, muzzleloaders .38 caliber and larger, handguns .357 caliber or larger, and bows are legal. All participants must wear hunter orange, possess a valid Ohio hunting license and a $12 youth-deer
permit, and must be accompanied by a non-hunting adult in the field. Last year youth hunters killed 8,445 deer during the two-day season. The Division of Wildlife anticipates more than 60,000 youth hunters will participate in the upcoming hunt. Youth hunters can commemorate their achievement with a First Harvest certificate available at wildohio.com. Upload a photo and type in the youth hunter’s information and a certificate will be emailed within a few days to you for print. Hunters can also share photos of their success in the field online
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Carroll County Auditor E. Leroy VanHorne has received an Auditor of State award from Ohio Auditor Dave Yost for a clean audit report. VanHorne says this is a new award presented to local government and school districts upon the completion of a financial audit. Entities that receive the award meet the following criteria of a “clean” audit report: - The entity must file timely financial reports with the Auditor of State’s office in accordance with the Generally Accepted Accounting Principles (GAAP); - The audit report does not contain any findings for recovery,
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AUGUSTA By Donna Tucker Augusta’s Community Thanksgiving service will be held at 7 p.m. Sunday, Nov. 20, at Mt. Zion United Methodist Church on the corner of Bellflower and Aurora Rds. to which the public is invited. Shirley Whitacre of San Antonio, TX, has returned home following a visit with her mother, Mary Knight. Enroute home she planned to visit her son, David and his family, in Shelbyville, KY. Stillfork Presbyterian Church elders met Saturday at the church and set meeting dates for next year. It was announced Hanging of the Greens will be held following the Nov. 27 worship service. Rev. Ryan Hale closed the meeting with a prayer.
Christmas parade set for Nov. 26 “A Christmas Treasure” is the theme of Carrollton’s annual Christmas parade to be held Saturday, Nov. 26. Sponsored by the Carrollton Rotary Club, the parade will include seven judging categories. Line up will begin at noon on 3rd St. NE (high school street) and the parade will step off at 1 p.m. Parade categories are best walking group, best business float, best non-profit float, best antique tractor, best fire truck, best antique vehicle and Judges’ Choice. Anyone having questions should contact Jeff Yeager, parade chairman.
Sandy Valley board changes meeting to accommodate gas and oil session The regular meeting of the Sandy Valley Local Schools Board of Education will be held at 5 p.m. Nov. 21 in the board meeting room. The meeting has been changed to accommodate the Oil and Gas Lease community meeting, hosted by Sandy Valley Local Schools, scheduled for 6:30 p.m. in the Sandy Valley High School auditorium. The meeting, open to the public, will feature Bob Rea, founder of Buckeye Mineral Development Company that serves and educates landowners in Ohio. Rea, who operates a specialty farm in Columbiana County, south of Salem, has been involved as an orchestrator and key player in the formation of the Associated Landowners of the Ohio Valley known as ALOV. The landowner pool has negotiated on behalf of landowners in eastern Ohio terms and conditions for landowners benefitting the landowners. Rea has been instrumental in assisting for more favorable terms for over 200,000 acres to date.
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The Carroll County Sheriff’s Department is investigating a robbery at Gordon’s Graphics in Malvern Monday. Sheriff Dale Williams said his department has a person of interest they believe may be involved in the robbery. However the investigation continues. Williams said a man wearing a green hoodie and a mask entered the store, located at 123 Reed Ave., and demanded money from a store employee. Williams said the man did not show a gun, but the store employee believed he might have had one tucked inside the hoodie he was wearing. The man got away with $80 in cash and fled the store on foot, heading toward Lake Mohawk. A dog from the Carroll County Sheriff’s Department Canine Unit tracked the scent, but lost it before a suspect was located. Williams said his department and a deputy from Lake Mohawk responded to the call.
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by visiting wildohio.com and clicking on Photo Gallery. The photo submission process is easy and posted photos may be e-mailed to a friend. All other regularly scheduled hunting seasons will continue during the two-day youth season. However, other hunters, including deer-archery hunters, are required to wear hunter orange during this period. This year, Ohio’s deer-gun season runs Nov. 28 through Dec. 4, and the weekend of December 1718. Details regarding Ohio’s various hunting seasons, including those exclusively for young hunters, can be found in the 2011-12 Ohio
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Election official canvas set for Nov. 19 According to the Carroll County Board of Elections, 9,328 or 50.13% of the 18,607 registered voters exercised their voting privileges at the Nov. 8 general election. A total of 1,313 cast absentee ballots and the Election Board reported 119 provisional or walk-in ballots cast on Election Day. The absentee votes were included in the unofficial canvass, but not the walk-ins. The official canvass of votes cast at the Nov. 8 general election will be conducted at 9 a.m. Saturday, Nov. 19. However, that count will probably not be certified to the Ohio Secretary of State’s office until after the Stark County Board of Elections conducts their official canvass Nov. 29, according to Mrs. Amanda Tubaugh, director of elections in Carroll County.
Legion members, CHS students honored at dinner Program participants at the Veterans Day dinner held Friday evening at the VFW Post Home are shown in the above photo. Seated (from left) are John McLoney, who introduced the five Buckeye Girls State delegates; Sheldon Stocker and Bill Barricks, who were recognized as being 35 and 25-year members of the American Legion Post 428; VFW Chaplain Bill Moore who presented pins to Stocker and Barricks, and VFW Post Commander Shawn Glasure. Standing behind (from left) are Buckeye Girls State Delegates Lauren Keefer, Katerina Campbell, Kelsey Cogan, Brogan Johnson and Mackenzie Bake; Buckeye Boys State Delegate Kyle Leslie and Rev. Mike Doak, guest speaker.
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Florence Mae Beckley, 90, of Carrollton died Saturday evening, Nov. 12, 2011, in Carroll Healthcare Center in Carrollton following an extended illness. Born Aug. 9, 1921, she was a daughter of the late Edwin and Mathilda Hicks Haladay. She was a 1940 graduate of Perry Township High School, Carroll County. She was a retired employee of the former Surety Rubber Company in Carrollton and was a member of Carrollton First Presbyterian Church at Carrollton. She is survived by her husband, Kenneth C. Beckley, whom she married Jan. 17, 1950, and many nieces and nephews. Funeral services were held Nov. 16 in Sweeney-Dodds Funeral Home of Carrollton with Rev. Burt McGlown officiating. Private interment will be in Westview Cemetery at Carrollton.
Daniel C. Little, age 70, of Carrollton, formerly of Dellroy, died suddenly Tuesday evening, Nov. 8, 2011, in C a r r o l l Healthcare Center where he had been a resident since 2002. The late Born Dec. 11, Daniel C. Little 1940, in Canton, he was the son of the late Irvin and Faye Huffman Little. When Danny was younger, he worked with his family on their chicken farm they owned outside of Dellroy. He attended the Dellroy United Methodist Church. He had a preference for Country-Western music and was a fan of old westerns on television. For many years, he was a fixture in the Village of Dellroy where he visited his many friends on his bicycle. Danny loved animals and always had faithful companion dogs, especially his coon dog, “Old Smoke”. He was a member of Carroll Hills Bowling Team and placed first several times in the Special Olympics Bowling Tournament. His bowling activities were a source of pride for his mother who was an accomplished bowler herself as she had been inducted into the McCook Area Bowler’s Hall of Fame. He is survived by his two aunts, Genevieve Wallace Spittle and Bunny Huffman, both of Dellroy; a number of cousins, with whom he had close relationships, and the combined staff of Carroll Healthcare Center and Carroll Hills Workshop, who were all a special part of his life. In addition to his parents, he was preceded in death by his grandparents, Walter and Sarah Little and Alice Huffman. Funeral services were conducted Nov. 12 in Baxter-Gardner Funeral Home at Sherrodsville with his cousin, Mr. Roy Huffman officiating. Interment followed in Leavittsville Cemetery where he will be laid to rest next to his parents. To honor Danny’s memory, contributions may be made to the Carroll Healthcare Center Activities Department, 648 Longhorn Street N.W., Carrollton, Ohio 44615. To leave an online condolence message, visit www.baxtergardner.com.
Paul D. Harsh, 77 Paul David Harsh, age 77, of Carrollton passed away Monday, Nov. 14, 2011, at Carroll Golden Age Retreat after a courageous battle with cancer. Born Oct. 9, 1934, in New Harrisburg, he was a son of the late Homer Franklin and Jennie Marie (Gallon) Harsh. He was a truck driver for 38 years and worked as a maintenance groundskeeper at Ponderosa Park in Salem and Cutty’s Sunset Resort in Louisville. He was an avid camper and woodworker. He is survived by his loving wife, Nancy Louise (Furbee) Harsh of the residence, whom he married July 1, 1956; two sons, Dave (Nancy) Harsh of Boardman and Scott (Debbie) Harsh of Port Richey, FL; two daughters, Beth (Harold) Cain of Carrollton and Tracey (David) Gibson of Ravenna; 14 grandchildren; and 22 great grandchildren. The family would like to thank the personnel at Carroll Golden Age Retreat and Crossroads Hospice for the excellent care they gave Paul during his battle with Cancer. Funeral services will be Friday, Nov. 18 at 11 a.m. in AllmonDugger-Cotton Funeral Home. Burial will follow at Harlem Springs. Calling hours are Thursday at the funeral home from 6-8 p.m.
Donald S. Miklovic, 77 Donald S. Miklovic, age 77, of Dellroy died Saturday, Nov. 12, 2011, in his home. Born Oct. 25, 1934, in Akron, he was a son of Paul and Helene (Benko) Miklovic. He retired as a machinist and tool and die maker having worked for Goodyear Aerospace and Flex Technologies. He was a US Navy Veteran. He is survived by his wife, Daisy (Innings) Miklovic, whom he married Sept. 20, 1958; daughter, Julie (Bill) Soliday of Minerva; sister, Carol (Mike) Quattrocchi of Akron; sister-in-law, Martha Miklovic of Akron; two grandchildren, Billy Soliday and Amber (Bryan) Zwick, both of Minerva; great grandson, Aaden Zwick; and nieces and nephews, David, Sharon, Patty, Stephanie, Wendy, Tammy and Michael. He was preceded in death by a sister, Helen Hahn, and a brother, Paul Miklovic, Jr. Funeral services were held Nov. 15 in Gotschall-Hutchison Funeral Home with full military honors. Those unable to attend may sign the register at www.gotschallfuneralhome.com.
Robert E. Ruegg, 80 Robert E. Ruegg, age 80, of Carrollton passed away Saturday, Nov. 12, 2011, at Carroll Health Care Center. Born Oct. 24, 1931, in Sandyville, he was a son of the late Eugene Oscar and Helen Vivian (Wiggington) Ruegg. He was a truck driver for 31 years with Kopp Clay and worked for 15 years for Ruegg Brothers in Waynesburg. He attended First United Methodist Church in Carrollton. He loved antique cars, Nascar, and deer hunting. He is survived by his loving wife, Anna “Jean” Bland of the residence, whom he married Dec. 30, 1978; four sons: Richard (Debi) Ruegg of Indiana, Roger ( Nori) Ruegg of Magnolia, Ronald (Rebecca) Ruegg and Rusty (Vicki) Ruegg, both of Waynesburg; two sisters, Marlene (Vernon) Brumbaugh of Medina, and Nancy (Tom) Tam of Texas; a brother, Jim (Debra) Ruegg of Carrollton; eight grandchildren; two great grandchildren; three step children and six step grandchildren. He was preceded in death by a sister, Margaret Brewer. Funeral services were held Nov. 16 in Allmon Dugger Cotton Funeral Home with Pastor Daniel Loomis officiating. Burial followed in Westview Cemetery.
Juvenile charged for unruliness The father of a 13-year-old Carrollton girl has filed charges of unruliness in Carroll County Juvenile Court. An initial hearing was scheduled for Nov. 17 before Probate and Juvenile Court Judge John S. Campbell.
Musical at Edison is this weekend The Edison High School vocal music department will present its annual musical “Footloose the Musical” this Friday and Saturday, Nov. 18 and 19. Under the direction of Mrs. Dani Carroll, the cast and crew includes Shawn Wilson (Ren), Savannah Snyder (Ariel), Zachariah Zdinak (Rev. Shaw), Brittany Foit (Vi Moore), Nicholas Carte (Willard), Morgan Brown (Rusty), Melia Baker (Wendy Jo), Josie Goodwin (Urleen), Brennan Baker (Chuck Cranston), Pamela Kinkead (Ethel McCormick), Daniel Bell (Lyle), Joshua Higgins (Travis), Michael Markert (Garvin), Austin Barrett (Jeter), Tyler Stagani (Bickle), Elizabeth Boggs (Eleanor Dunbar), David Watkins (Coach Dunbar), Florida Garr (Lula Warnicker) and Zachary Sansone (Wes Warnicker). Matthew Sutton is the stage manager, assisted by Emilee Weaver. Tickets can be purchased at the Edison High School cafeteria between 10:30 a.m. and 1 p.m. Doors for the production open at 6:30 p.m. and the show begins at 7:30 p.m.
Youth facing charges after domestic dispute Assault and unruliness charges have been filed by Carrollton police against a 15-year-old Carrollton boy accused of assaulting his younger brother Nov. 11. According to a Carrollton police department report, the younger boy was told to wake his older brother for school. The youth reportedly kicked the younger boy, knocked him down and caused injuries which required medical treatment. An initial hearing is scheduled for Dec. 8 before Carroll County Probate and Juvenile Court Judge John S. Campbell.
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Leland G. Smith, 86 Leland George Smith, age 86,of Carrollton, passed away Sunday, Nov. 13, 2011, at Carroll Health Care Center. Born April 24, 1925, in Carrollton, he was a son of the late David E. and Ola B. (Gotschall) Smith. He was a co-owner Cox & Manfull Lumber. He lived his entire life at his present residence and was a 1943 graduate of Carrollton High School. He was a member of First United Methodist Church of Carrollton, where he was an organist for 34 years. He belonged to Fraternal Order of Eagles #2185; Carroll County Veterans Club; and American Federation of Musician Union for approximately 40 years. He withdrew in good standing in 1992. He is survived by a sister, Coyla Seck of Rancho Mirage, CA; six nephews and three nieces. He was preceded in death by two brothers, Carl E. Smith and Moyne E. Smith; two sisters, Pearl E. Slaughter and Maxine V. Ross, and a nephew, David Smith. The funeral will be held at 2 p.m. Thursday, Nov. 17 at First United Methodist Church with Pastor Daniel Loomis officiating. Burial will be at a later date in Westview Cemetery in Carrollton. Calling hours will be held Nov. 17 from 12-2 p.m. at the church. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to either Carroll Health Care Center or First United Methodist Church. Allmon-Dugger-Cotton Funeral Home in Carrollton was in charge of arrangements.
David A. Staley, 72 David A. Staley, 72, of Wa y n e s b u r g Rd., Carrollton died early T h u r s d ay morning, Nov. 10, 2011, in his home. Born Dec. 8, 1938, in Midvale, he was The late a son of the late Albert D. and David A. Staley Corinne C. Ricketts Staley. He was a retired employee of the Carroll County Highway Department and collected and built Black Powder long rifles. He was a member of New Harrisburg Presbyterian Church, Carrroll Masonic Lodge #124 and Ohio Long Rifle Collectors Association. He is survived by his wife, Donna Jean Shull Staley, whom he married Sept. 15, 1957; two daughters, Cheryl Daughdrille of Dover and Cathy (Allen) Corbett of New Philadelphia; a granddaughter, Leah Corbett; and special friends and neighbors, Leonard and Kathy Hutson and Dr. Donald Braden. Funeral services were held Nov. 12 at 1 p.m. in SweeneyDodds Funeral Home at Carrollton with Rev. Elaine Dutton officiating. Burial followed in New Harrisburg Cemetery. In lieu of flowers, memorial donations may be made in Dave’s name to Community Hospice Assoc., 1040 Trump Rd., Carrollton, OH, 44615.
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Criminal damage charges have been filed by Carrollton police in Carroll County Municipal Court against two Carrollton area men accused of damaging Ann Green Memorial Park Nov. 7. Charged are Jeryd J. Wright, 19, whose last known address is listed as 143 Wood Rd., Carrollton, and Ralph W. J. May, 18, of 45 Gallo Rd., Carrollton. Wright has been released on a $525 cash bond set Nov. 14 by Carroll County Municipal Court Judge Gary L. Willen and May was released the same day on a $5,000 recognizance bond. Separate hearings for the two men are scheduled for Dec. 15 before Judge Willen. According to a Carrollton police department report, two vehicles were observed doing “dough nuts” at the park.
Support report In a report for October the Carroll County Child Support Enforcement Agency collected a total of $338,603.34. From this amount, $332,134.56 was paid out for child support and spousal support (alimony) while $6,468.78 was paid to the county treasurer for poundage. The 2,301 disbursements included 58 checks, 1,180 Edisbursements (E-Quick pay cards) and 1,063 EFT (direct deposits). The Agency also paid out $17,201.59 to the Ohio Department of Job and Family Services as reimbursement for public assistance. Filed during the month were 13 new cases, 43 contempt citations and 21 administrative review hearings for enforcement of cases. The Agency is currently handling 1,796 open/active cases.
Trushel elected to lead fairboard Ed Trushel of 3830 Peace Rd. SE, Carrollton, and Jim Long of 2147 Antigua Rd. SW, Carrollton, were re-elected president and vice president, respectively, of the Carroll County Agricultural Society at the fair board’s annual reorganization dinner meeting Nov. 12 at the Loudon Township Fire Hall. Trushel has served as president of the past 10 years. Re-hired and reappointed as secretary and treasurer were Tammy Sanderson and Margaret Mesler, respectively. During the business meeting, the board voted to increase the cost of membership and exhibitor tickets from $16 to $20 for the 2012 fair. Gate admission for the 2012 expo has not been determined, she noted. Regular fair board meetings will be held at 7:30 p.m. the third Tuesday of each month with the next meeting being Dec. 20 at the secretary’s office at the Carroll County fairgrounds.
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CHURCH NEWS David McClintock to perform at Carrollton Bible Chapel this Sunday David McClintock of Pleasant Garden, NC, will present a piano concert at 6:30 p.m. Sunday, Nov. 20, at Carrollton Bible Chapel, 365 Steubenville Rd. SE, Carrollton. A love offering will be received
and those planning to attend are requested to take two food items to be donated to the Loaves and Fishes, a local food pantry in Carrollton. McClintock is a former resident of the Carrollton area and has per-
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Free meals served last two Mondays of month Free meals under the Sharing Bread program at Carrollton First Presbyterian Church are served the last two Mondays of each month from 4:30 to 6 p.m. with carryouts available after 5:15 p.m. The church is located on the corner of N. Lisbon St. and 2nd St. NE in Carrollton.
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Donations sought for local Food Pantry on Nov. 26 The parking lot of Trinity Lutheran Church will again be blocked off during Carrolltonâ€™s Christmas parade Nov. 26 to accept donations for the Loaves and Fishes food pantry. Donations of nonperishable foods, laundry, bath or dish soaps or toiletries, peanut butter, tuna, spam, paper products or a monetary contribution will be accepted for entry.
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Pastor Mike Doak 353 Moody Ave. S.W. Carrollton Phone 627-4451 Worship 10:00 A.M. Sunday School 9 A.M.
Fr. Anthony R. Batt 616 Roswell Rd. N.W., Carrollton P.O. Box 155 Phone 627-4664 Mass.-8:30 A.M. Tues., Thurs., Fri. Mass Saturday 4:30 P.M. Mass Sunday 8:30 A.M. Confessions Sat. at 3:30 P.M.
Rev. Doug McFadden, Pastor Green St., St. Rt. 212, Leesville 740-269-9024 Worship 9:30 A.M. Church School 11 A.M. Bible Service Wednesdays 7:00 P.M. Choir Practice Wednesdays 8:00 P.M.
First Presbyterian Church Rev. Burt McGlawn 200 N. Lisbon St., Carrollton Phone 627-4330 Sunday School 9:30 A.M. Church Service 10:30 A.M.
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Rev. Andrew Riggs 275 N. Lisbon, Carrollton, O. Phone 627-4840 Worship 11 A.M. Sunday School 9:45 A.M.
First Christian Church of Malvern George Keralis, Senior Minister Mark Black, Associate Minister of Worship & Music Thurman Culpepper, Jr./Sr. High Youth Minister Kevin Crater, Associate Minister for Children 4046 Coral Rd. NW., Malvern, OH 44644 Phone 330-863-1303 Sunday School 9:00 A.M. Worship 10:15 A.M. Call the church office for Sunday evening details.
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Bergholz Faith Community Church Rev. Rick Chappell - Pastor Rt. 524, Bergholz, Ohio Phone 740-768-2835 Sunday School 9:30 A.M. Worship 10:45 A.M.
Dellroy Church of the Nazarene 7 Liberty St., Dellroy, Ohio Rev. David Kessell Phone 735-2609 Sunday School 9:30 A.M. Worship 10:35 A.M. & 6:30 P.M. Wed. 7:00 P.M.
Carrollton Church of God Pastor Carl Fry 371 Moody Ave., Carrollton Phone 627-5222 Sunday Worship 10:35 A.M.
Carrollton Baptist Temple Pastor: David L. Powell 1211 Lincoln Ave. N.W., Carrollton Phone 627-5124 Sunday School 10:00 A.M. Worship 11:00 A.M., 6:00 P.M. Wed. 7:00 P.M. Wed. Kings Kids & Youth 6:30 P.M. Free transportation for all services
Trinity United Presbyterian Church Rev. Alan Jeffries 2nd St. & Lincoln, Bergholz, Ohio Phone 740-768-2511 Sunday School 9:30 A.M. Worship 10:45 A.M.
Sherrodsville Calvary U.M. Church Pastor Clarke Hogue III Worship 9:00 A.M. Sunday School 10:15 A.M. Choir - Wednesday 6:30 P.M.
Amsterdam Covenant Church Mike Thurston, Pastor 8427 Amsterdam Rd., Amsterdam, Ohio Sunday Worship 10:00 A.M. Sunday School 9:00 A.M. Intercessory Prayer 6:30 P.M. Friday Wednesday Bible Study 7:00 P.M. Menâ€™s Prayer Breakfast - 1st Saturday of each month - 7:00 A.M.
Chestnut Ridge United Methodist Church Rev. Steve Anderson Cinder Rd., Carrollton, Ohio Phone 740-768-2330 Sunday Worship 11:45 A.M.
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The dinner includes turkey, mashed potatoes and gravy, dressing, corn, rolls, desserts and drinks. The church is located at 620 E. Line St., Minerva. Further information can be obtained by calling the church office at 330-868-6117.
New Rumley United Methodist Church will hold a community Thanksgiving service at 9:30 a.m. Sunday, Nov. 20. The Colonial City quartet will present the message of Christ in song.
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Great Trail Community Church of God will host their 10th annual free community Thanksgiving dinner from 4:30 to 6:30 p.m. Saturday, Nov. 19, in the churchâ€™s Family Life Center. Everyone is invited to enjoy the meal and fellowship.
Baxters Ridge United Methodist Church Rev. Richard Wallace Office 330-735-3187 4006 Jade N.W., Carrollton, Ohio Sunday School 9:30 A.M. Worship Service 10:30 A.M. (Handicap Accessible)
First United Methodist Church Rev. Daniel Loomis, Pastor Seth Filburn, Youth Director 253 S. Lisbon, Carrollton, Ohio 627-7671 Sunday School 9:30 A.M. Worship 8:20 A.M., 10:45 A.M.
Mt. Pleasant United Methodist Church Rev. Carl H. Orphanides Church - 89 Canyon Rd. S.W., Carrollton Worship 9:45 A.M. Sunday School 11 A.M. Office and Church - Phone 330-627-2219
Herrington-Bethel United Methodist Church Pastor Lee Iden 4009 Arbor Rd., Phone 330-627-5291 wwwHerringtonBethel.com Sunday School 9:30 A.M., Worship 10:40 A.M.
Dellroy-Leavittsville United Methodist Church Rev. Carol McCartney Dellroy Dellroy, Ohio 735-2329 Worship 9:30 A.M. Sunday School 10:45 A.M. Wed. Bible Study (With Leavittsville) 7:00 P.M. Leavittsville Leavittsville, Ohio 735-2329 Sunday School 10:00 A.M. Worship 11:00 A.M. Wed. Bible Study (w/Dellroy) 7:00 P.M.
Kilgore-Harsh Memorial United Methodist Church Pastor Kimberly Arbaugh Kilgore Kilgore, Ohio Worship 9:30 A.M. Sunday School 10:30 A.M. Harsh Memorial Harlem Springs, Ohio Phone 739-3472 Sunday School 10:00 A.M. Worship 11:00 A.M. Tuesday Contemporary Praise and Worship Service, followed by small groups and youth group - 6:30 to 7 P.M.
Pleasant Grove-Mt. Zion United Methodist Church Pastor Mark Thomas Pleasant Grove 5230 Arrow Rd. N.W., Minerva Sunday School 10:00 A.M. Worship 11:00 A.M. (Chair lift available) Mt. Zion 2004 Bellflower Rd., Minerva Phone 895-2016 Sunday School 10:45 A.M. Worship 9:30 A.M. Bible Study every Wednesday at 10:30 A.M. & 7 P.M. Intercessory Prayer Wednesday at 9:30 P.M. (Chair lift available)
Perrysville-Pleasant Hill United Methodist Church Rev. Kurtis Thomas Phone 330-614-5068 email: firstname.lastname@example.org Perrysville Rt. 164, Perrysville, Ohio Sunday School 9:30 A.M., Worship 10:30 A.M. Pleasant Hill Scio Rd. S.W. (Rt.332), Carrollton, Ohio Worship 9:00 A.M. Sunday School 10:00 A.M.
Pastor Kerry Green 400 Steub. Rd. Carrollton, Ohio Phone 627-3266 Sunday School 9:30 A.M. Worship 10:30 A.M. & 6:00 P.M. Wed. 7:00 P.M.
Augusta Christian Church 8150 Andora Rd., NE, Augusta, Ohio Pastor Joe Sabella Phone 330-205-4441 Sunday School 9:30 A.M. Worship 10:30 A.M. Youth - Sunday evenings at 6:30 P.M.,
The Family Worship Center Full Gospel Church Pastor Diana Bowling 225 N. Lisbon St., Carrollton Phone 330-627-5589 Sunday Worship 10:00 A.M. Childrenâ€™s Church after Praise & Worship Wed. Night Prayer 7-8:00 P.M.
Kilgore Evangelical Church Minister Terry Will 8114 Germano Rd. S.E. Amsterdam, Ohio Sunday School 10:00 A.M. Worship 11:00 A.M. Eve. 6:00 P.M. Wed. Bible Study 7:00 P.M.
Seventh Day Adventist Pastor Lori Whitted 450 12th St., Carrollton Office Phone 330-627-7777 Home Phone 330-317-5217 email@example.com Sabbath School 1:30 P.M. Church Service 3 P.M.
Amsterdam Community Church of God Pastor Bob Davis Amsterdam, Ohio Phone 740-543-3927 Sunday Worship 10:30 A.M. & 7 P.M. Childrenâ€™s Programs Wednesday 10:30 A.M. and 7 P.M.
St. Mary Catholic Church 8012 Bachelor Rd. N.W., Morges Fr. Anthony R. Batt Weekday Mass - Wednesday 9:00 A.M. Saturday - 6:00 P.M. Sunday 11:00 A.M.
Harrison Hills United Pentecostal Church Pastor Kirt Denney 87800 Cadiz-Jewett Rd. Phone 740-946-2851 Sunday School 9:30 A.M. Worship 10:45 A.M, 6:30 P.M. Tuesday Bible Study 7:30 P.M.
Carrollton Church of The Nazarene Rev. Grace Baughman 274 Fifth St., N.W. Carrollton, Ohio Phone 330-862-8016 Sunday Worship 11:00 A.M. Sunday School 10:00 A.M.
Christ Community Church Pastor Ron Silver 20 East Main St., Dellroy, Ohio Phone 330-735-2127 Sunday School 9:00 A.M. Worship Service 10:00 A.M.
Harvest Christian Center Pastor Charles F. Brown 204 W. High St., Minerva 330-904-4424 Sunday School 9:30 A.M. Sunday Worship 10:30 A.M. Midweek Service Thursday 7:00 P.M.
Greenbrier Non Denominational Church Harold Barber, pastor 330-738-3301 5207 Apollo Rd., Salineville, Ohio 43945 Worship Service 10 A.M.
Waynesburg Free Will Baptist Church Pastor Raymond Stanley 8600 Waynesburg Dr., Waynesburg, OH Ph. 866-3317, Pastorâ€™s Ph. 330-837-2494 Sunday Service 10 A.M. & 7 P.M. Thursdays 7 P.M. Gospel singing - 3rd Saturday of month at 7 P.M.
North Suburban Church of Christ Minister: Steve Wilsford 1067 N. Lisbon, Carrollton, Ohio Phone 330-627-1111 Sunday - Bible Study 9:45 A.M. Sunday Worship 10:55 A.M., 6:00 P.M. Wednesday Bible Study 7:00 P.M. Free Bible Study Correspondence Course - P.O. Box 613, Carrollton, OH 44615
Sherrodsville Wesleyan Church
Rev. David J. Paul, Pastor Rt. 39, 73 N. Church St. Sherrodsville, OH 44675 13353 Lincoln St., Minerva, OH 44657 Church Ph. 740-269-5724 Pastor Leamon R. Whitehead Sunday small group training 9:30 A.M. 330-868-1016 Sunday Worship 10:30 A.M. Sunday morning service 10:00 A.M. Sunday Incredible Kids 10:30 A.M. Sunday evening service 6:00 P.M. Living Water Fellowship (Nursery provided) Thursday evening service 7:00 P.M. 9610 Muckley Dr., Men Moving Mountains 5 P.M. Waynesburg, Ohio 44688 Harsh Bible Church Sunday Discipleship Hour 6 P.M. Phone 330-866-5511 Minister Ed Good Wednesday Youth Dialog 7 P.M. Sunday School 9:00 A.M. 4236 Lunar Rd., Carrollton, Ohio Wed. Believerâ€™s Talky-Walky Session 7 P.M. Phone 330-494-7559 Sunday Celebration 10:00 A.M. Sandy Valley Sunday School 9:30 A.M. Wednesday Bible Study 6:30 P.M. Baptist Church Worship 10:30 A.M. Carroll United Johnnie Crawford, Pastor Sunday Evening Service 6 P.M. Presbyterian Church 530 Elson Street, P.O. Box 482 Wednesday Bible Study 7 P.M. Rev. David Krankovich Magnolia, Ohio 44643 Ph: 330-866-3254 Rileyâ€™s 265 2nd St. S.W. Carrollton Sunday School 10 A.M. United Methodist Church Phone 330-627-4109 Sunday Preaching 11 A.M. Pastor Patrick Smith Sunday Evening 6 P.M. Sunday Worship 9:15 A.M. Rt. 39, Salineville Wednesday Evening 7 P.M. Adult & Children Worship 9:30 A.M. Carrollton Believers Sunday School 10:30 A.M. Everyone Welcome Fellowship Healing Stream Four Square New Harrisburg â€œA God Experience for the Whole of Waynesburg Presbyterian Church Familyâ€? Pastor - Dr. Shawn Archer Pastors Frank & Fran Leghart 3006 Waynesburg Rd. 8763 Elmfort Ave., Waynesburg 1001 Canton Rd. NW, Carrollton Phone 330-627-4294 Phone 330-324-5777 Phone 330-627-4848 Sunday School 9:30 A.M. Sunday Worship 10:00 A.M. Mailing address: PO Box 146, Worship Service 10:45 A.M. Wed.Evening Bible Study 6:00 P.M. Carrollton, OH 44615 Carrollton Bible Chapel Services: Sunday 10 A.M. â€œCommunity Fellowship in Jesus Christâ€? Wednesday 7 P.M. Heavenâ€™s Edge Senior Pastor Dr. Chuck Wilson Childrenâ€™s classes & Nursery Apostolic Church 365 Steubenville Rd. S.E. at all services Pastor Bill Grimes Carrollton BLAZE Youth Ministry - Weds. 7 P.M. 1196 Brenner Rd. NE, Carrollton Phone 627-7376 Malvern United Phone 330-627-7079 Sunday School 9:30 A.M. Methodist Church Sunday Service 10 A.M. Sunday Worship 10:30 A.M. Pastor Allen Hill Thursday Bible Study 7 P.M. 121 Wood Street Youth Groups Wed. 6:30 P.M. Phone 330-863-0009 Wesley Community Chapel Old Path Bible Baptist Worship: 9:30 A.M. Rev. Gordon Warner Sunday School: 11 A.M. Pastor David Crisco 569-12th St. N.W. Carrollton Youth: Sunday evenings at 6:30 P.M. 110 Public Square, Carrollton Phone 627-2917 New Rumley United Phone 330-575-4773 Sunday School 9:45 A.M. Methodist Church Sunday Bible Study 10 A.M. Worship 10:45 A.M. Phone 740-945-1341 Sunday Service 11 A.M. Sunday Evening Service 6:00 P.M. Pastor David Lee Wednesday Bible Study 7 P.M. Wednesday 7:00 P.M. Phone 740-942-9622 Youth and children ministries Sunday Morning â€œWhatâ€™s Brewinâ€? Simmons Ridge Church (Breakfast) 8:30 - 9:15 Bergholz Pastor Julie Eddy Sunday Morning Worship 9:30 A.M. Church of Christ Bear Rd., Amsterdam, Ohio Sunday School: 11 A.M. Minister Dave Miller Sunday Worship 11:00 A.M.-12 Noon Wednesday Bible Study 7 P.M. 1000 Jefferson St. Adult and childrenâ€™s Bible Study Handicap Accessible/Nursery Provided Phone 740-768-2745 www.gbgm-umc.org/newrumley Sundays at 10 A.M. Sunday Worship 9:30 A.M. New Vine Resurrection Lutheran Church Sunday School 10:30 A.M. Baptist Church (LCMS) Lutheran ChurchWed. Services 7:00 P.M. 423 East Porter St., Malvern Missouri Synod Pastor Steve Gilreath 105 S. Reed Ave.; PO Box 632 St. James Church Phone 330-627-5972 Malvern, OH 44644 Rev. Joseph Zamary, Pastor Sunday Morning Worship: 11 A.M. (location formerly the Village Florist) 400 W. Lisbon St., Waynesburg, Ohio Sunday Evening Worship: 6 P.M. Services: Sunday at 5 p.m. Phone 330-866-9449 Adult Bible Study and Sunday School follows Worship Service Mass Saturday 4:30 P.M. Youth Group: 330-205-2359 or 330-863-0178 Mass Sunday 8 A.M. & 10:30 A.M. Thursday at 7 P.M. www.resurrectionlutheranonline.com
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Commissioners Curt Schneider, vice president of Chartwell group, previously stated “terms of the structured donation would include land, buildings, fixtures and mineral and timber rights of the lodge property.” He said the agreement would include provisions to protect the water quality of Atwood Lake, including prohibiting industrial use of the property, mining and large-scale “factory farm” operations. In other business, commissioners: -APPOINTED Laryssa Beatty to the Carroll County Developmental Disabilities (DD) Board to fill the unexpired term of Angie Miller, who resigned. The term ends Dec. 31, 2012. -PROCLAIMED November Pancreatic Cancer Awareness Month in Carroll County. -APPROVED an agreement allowing Chesapeake Energy to use Bay Rd. from SR 9 and 43 to Panda Rd. (1.42 miles) and Panama Rd. .5 miles north of SR 43 and 9 for ingress and egress for the development of oil and gas on leasehold property beginning Oct. 25, 2011. -WERE visited by Attorney Vince Slabaugh who asked the board if there was any additional material he could provide in regards to the Joseph Ayers delinquent sewer charges. Commissioners advised they planned to meet in executive session to discuss the matter and would have a resolution by the
end of day. Commissioners agreed to contact Slabaugh regarding the outcome. -ESTABLISHED an Atwood Lodge fund in preparation for a possible transfer of the property to the county. -MET with Jack Swinehart and Cason Leggett of the county fire department regarding the department’s agreement of usability for the station, located at 1101 N. Lisbon St. The agreement expires Dec. 31, 2011. Commissioners Wheaton and Ohler said they willreview the agreement. -LEARNED Engineer David Miskimen sent a letter to the Army Corps of Engineers stating he planned to begin work on the Dove Rd. project in Perry Twp. and assuming the project was satisfactory since he had not heard anything since an email he sent in April. -APPROVED the scheduling of a meeting Dec. 1 at 6:30 p.m. in the Senior Friendship Center so Miskimen can meet with township trustees to sign the Wheeler Act and certify road mileage in the county. Cost is not to exceed $780. -MET in executive session with Burns and Economic Development Director Glenn Enslen to discuss real estate negotiations. Upon returning to session, commissioners approved a motion to transfer all available land at the Commerce Park to the Community Improvement Corporatin (CIC) for future development.
In announcing its decision, board chairman Jeff Kapron stated the committee unanimously chose Castellucci as the district’s first chief based upon his ability to oversee a budget process, his ability to produce results in light of budget restraints, his vision for the future, including recommendations for department education and training, automatic mutual aid, and reductions in homeowner insurance ratings for district residents. He has a history of strong leadership, and a great
Veterans From A-1 Harold Moreland, American Legion commander, served as Master of Ceremonies and recognized Lt. Bethany Barnett and Shawn Glasure, commander of Fighting McCook Post 3301 Veterans of Foreign Wars. Entertainment was provided by Richard and Cathy Small, who sang several patriotic numbers.
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ability to motivate employees. He is married to his wife, Erin, and has three children, Adrienne, Jacob and Grace. The District Board of the Trustees also announced its selection of Thomas Borton as the District’s Assistant Chief. Borton currently serves as assistant chief of Brown Township Fire Department, a position he has held since 1997. He first joined the township fire department in 1979, and has held the positions of firefighter, lieutenant, and captain. Like Castellucci, Borton has an extensive history relating to fire service education and training, including the area of hazardous materials response. Kapron stated Borton was chosen for the position due to his visions for the future of the District, his ability to delegate work, and his overall ability to work with other individuals both on the department and in the community. Borton will bring the necessary skills to the table to help merge the two departments. Borton is employed full-time as a machine operator and is a safety steward at Colfor Manufacturing in Minerva. He has been a substitute bus driver since 1995 for Brown Local Schools. A life-long resident of the township, he is married to his wife, Lisa, of 35 years and has two daughters, Haley and Hillary.
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ACTIVITIES Monday - Note change of address! Narcotics Anonymous meeting at 7 p.m. at Our Lady of Mercy Catholic Church basement at the corner of Roswell Rd. & Moody Ave., Carrollton. 1888-GET-HOPE. Nov. 17 - Carroll County District Library Board of Trustees will meet at 6:30 p.m. at Malvern Branch Library. Nov. 18 - Muskingum Watershed Conservancy District Board of Directors meeting at 9 a.m. in New Philadelphia City Council Chambers, 150 E. High Ave., New Philadelphia. Nov. 19 - Aultman Bloodmobile at Minerva Fire Dept., 506 E. Lincolnway, Minerva, 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. Nov. 19 - Pie Sale at Dollar General Market 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. Proceeds benefit Loudon Twp. Community Center. For info or to donate, call Judy at 330-739-4005 or Donna at 330739-4193. Nov. 19 - Author Wayne Vinson will hold a discussion and book signing at Malvern Library from 2-4 p.m. Nov. 19 - Square Dance 8-11 p.m. at Loudon Twp. Community Center with Dan Kirk, caller. Cost $5 per person. Food stand. Info, call Judy at 330739-4005 or Donna at 330-7394193. Nov. 20 - Carroll County Historical Society general membership and post-festival meeting at 1 p.m. in the Algonquin Mill Dining Hall on SR 332. Nov. 25 - Carrollton High School Class of 1982 - 30th class reunion committee meeting at 6 p.m. at The Depot, 203 2nd St., Carrollton. Anyone wishing to help with reunion, which will include all CHS 1980s classes, is invited. Tentative reunion date is July 21, 2012. For info, call Jeff Hockenberry at 330-488-5257 or Carolyn (Cernava) Saltsman at 330-477-5202. Suggestions welcome. Nov. 26 - 43rd annual Jewett Craft Show at Jewett Fire Station, Jewett Wildcat Community Center 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Over 100 crafters. $2 admission. Nov. 26 & 27 - 31st annual “Valley Merry Christmas” Craft Show featuring over 150 crafters at Sandy Valley High. Strollers not permitted. Hours: Saturday 10 a.m. to 5 p.m., Sunday 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. Nov. 27 - Turkey Shoot at Leesville Property Owners, 5480 Autumn Rd., Carrollton. Doors open at 10 a.m. Kitchen opens at 11 a.m. Nov. 28 & Dec. 3 - Free Deer Hunter’s Breakfast 5:30-7 a.m. at Harsh Memorial UM Church fellowship hall, 3167 Apollo Rd., Carrollton. All deer hunters welcome. Dec. 4 - Carrollton Music Study Club annual Christmas Vespers service at 3 p.m. at Church of Christ (Christian Disciples). Theme is “The Gift of Christmas Music.” CHURCH Nov. 19 - 10th annual free Community Thanksgiving Dinner 4:30-6:30 p.m. at Great Trail Community Church of God in the Family Life Center, 620 E. Line St., Minerva. For info, call 330-868-6117. Nov. 20 - David McClintock piano concert at Carrollton Bible Chapel at 6:30 p.m. Love offering and two food items for Loaves & Fishes. Cookie reception following. For info, call 330739-4005.
Carnahan benefit set An All-You-Can-Eat Spaghetti Dinner will be held Nov. 26 at 6 p.m. at the Minerva Community Building to benefit the Sam Carnahan family of Minerva. Donations are needed to pay for a lifesaving surgery for Sam, who is married with four children. The surgery is needed due to a variety of health-related issues. According to the family, the family’s insurance covers all but $23,000 for the surgery. There will be a silent auction of baked goods, baskets and other donated items, live entertainment and a 50/50 raffle. Tickets are $15 per person and are available before the event and at the door. Anyone wishing to donate items for the auction or purchase tickets, can call Jodi Carnahan at 330-312-8990. An account has been established at Consumers National Bank. Donations may be made at any CNB location to the Carnahan Family Benefit.
Wayne Vinson creates suspenseful read using Carroll County, IRS as backdrop By Leigh Ann Rutledge Accent Editor Readers should strap into their five-point harness and prepare for a thrilling ride! “Tax Collectors...and Other Sinners” is a novel written by Wayne Vinson, who lives outside Minerva. Reviews on Amazon call the novel “Riveting,” “Gripping Fast Paced Novel!” “A Must Read,” and “A Book You Won’t Want to Miss!” The story revolves around the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) and begins in 1956, on a farm outside Salineville near the Carro l l - C o l u m b i a n a - Je f fe rs o n county line. Thirteen year-old Bobby Bain idolizes his dad, Curt, the owner of Bain Welding, located in the barn on their family farm. A series of events send Bobby into a tailspin and bring out the dark side of his nature. Fast forward to April 1973, in Lima, OH, where someone is killing ROs (revenue officers) in unspeakable ways while leaving no clue to the killer’s identity. A chase across Ohio involving several “shady” characters and the first female RO, will keep you up into the night turning pages. You meet Stub and Fannie and Willard, an old-timer who spends his days in a rocking chair on his front porch, feeding chickens and tending his garden. The three play a central part in young Bobby’s life. The stunning climax in an abandoned coal mine will have you
scratching your head, wondering how that happened. Vinson, 74, who grew up in Indiana, has lived on a farm outside Minerva since 1972. He was employed by the IRS for eight years as a tax collector and 25 years as a supervisor. His intimate knowledge of the inner workings of the IRS brings the agency to the forefront of the book. “I thought of the idea of how the impact of hard IRS policy affects tax payers,” he said. Having worked four years in Lima, he used it as the backdrop for the agency. Throughout the book, Vinson sprinkles everyday activities he enjoys and has knowledge in, such as running. He competed in 10Ks and in a “Sheriff’s Run” from Massillon to Minerva. Researching coal mines was very interesting to Vinson. Connected to an Ohio Department of Natural Resources employee who was enthusiastic about old mines, Vinson learned about a real mine in Salineville and received a map of the mine. During the mining days, mine owners were required to send maps of their mines to the state. The one in Salineville was closed in 1895 due to the “ceiling being down.” Miners would dig a vein of coal and stack the coal in pillars to hold up the ceiling. Vinson figures as the mine was closing and workers were removing the coal, the ceiling began to come down, possibly on them. Partially set in Carroll and sur-
rounding counties, Vinson said it wasn’t hard to imagine the fictional element, such as creating Carroll County Sheriff Joe Burns. “That’s the good thing about fiction. You can write what you want as along as it doesn’t hurt anyone,” he explained. Vinson wrote his book eight to 10 years ago and has been trying to get it published since then. He worked with a local agent and finally decided to publish the book himself. He is holding a book signing at the Malvern Branch Library Nov. 19 from 2-4 p.m. Cost for the book is $17 for softcover and $23 for hardcover. Vinson said he has started a sequel titled “A Tax Protector.” He also wrote a non-fiction book titled “Inside IRS.” He calls his work “ a labor of love,” stating he just loves to write. “If you like thrillers, you are going to like this one,” he said. Vinson and his wife, Mary, reside on 53 acres outside Minerva. They raised beef cattle but now have two horses and dogs and cats. They have five children. Malvern Branch Library is located at 710 E. Porter St., Malvern, and can be reached by calling 330-863-0636. “Tax Collectors...and Other Sinners” is also available at Amazon.com, Barnes & Noble and offers a Kindle version. Vinson will visit the Steubenville Library April 14, 2012, for a book signing.
Wayne Vinson (above) prepares to autograph a copy of his novel “Tax Collectors...and Other Sinners.” He will hold a book signing Nov. 19 at Malvern Branch Library from 2-4 p.m.
Reporter’s Note: A voracious reader, when I learned of Vinson’s book, I had to read it. I found it really hard to put down and highly recommend it for anyone who loves mysteries and thriller genre. It is an easy and enjoyable read. I admit it was strange reading about local
landmarks in Salineville that aren’t really there or a Sheriff and deputies who don’t exist, but the fact that Vinson was able to make them seem real was part of the fascination. Plus I learned some tidbits about the IRS and running I didn’t know.
County Fire Department hosting Toys for Tots breakfast Nov. 26 The annual Toys For Tots Pancake Breakfast is set for Nov. 26 from 7:30-11 a.m. at Station 12, Carroll County Volunteer Fire Dept., Inc. Ray Seals, a retired member
of the Pittsburgh Steelers, will be on hand for autographs and photos. All kids will receive a special gift from football players. See TOTS, B-2
Officers installed at the Nov. 3 Carroll Eastern Star meeting are shown above. Front row (from left): Anita Rutledge, Brenda Sperber, Donna Tucker, Larry Rutledge, Millie Romans, and Joe Phillis. Row two: Lisa Phillis, Carole Myers, Carol Boggs, Ruth Moledor, and Ron Romans. Back row: Fred Boggs, Ray Shepherd, Wayne Sperber, Cheryl Gotschall, and Barbara Lumley. Shirley Thorn and Glenda Carter were absent when the photo was taken.
Eastern Star installs new officers Carroll Chapter of the Order of the Eastern Star held the annual installation of officers Nov. 3 at the Carrollton Masonic Center with 56 present. Installing Officer was Carol Jones, past grand matron of Canton, who was assisted by Kate Oesch, Sandy Morgan, Diane Phillips, and Mary and Dewight Friend. Officers installed included: Donna Tucker, worthy matron; Larry Rutledge, worthy patron; Millie Romans, associate matron; Joe Phillis, associate patron; Barbara Lumley, secretary; Carole Myers, treasurer; Brenda Sperber, conductress; Anita Rutledge, associate conductress; Fred Boggs, chaplain; Shirley
Thorn, marshal; Ray Shepherd, organist; Glenda Carter, Adah; Ruth Moledor, Ruth; Cheryl Gotschall, Esther; Carol Boggs, Martha; Lisa Phillis, Electa; Wayne Sperber, warder; and Ron Romans, sentinel. Honored guests present were: Carol Jones, past grand matron; Nancy Jugenheimer, deputy grand matron; Paula Johns, grand representative of Saskatchewan in Ohio and Don Jugenheimer, Ray Shepherd, Fred Boggs, Joe Phillis, and Larry Rutledge, honored masons. The sunshine fund of $60 was given to Ohio Eastern Star Home Operating Fund. The Charter was draped in memory of the late Helen Truesdale.
Joe Phillis and Millie Romans presented gifts to Donna Tucker and Larry Rutledge from the Chapter and officers. Reported ill were Charles Carter, Shirley Thorn, and Ed Ondusko. A young nephew of Millie Romans recently died of accidental gunshot wounds. All veterans present were honored. The Worthy Matron is using the theme of “Memories are What Families Are About.” The flower is yellow jasmine, color is yellow and symbol is Star. Everyone is to wear Christmas attire and bring finger foods for lunch at the Dec. 1 meeting. Refreshments were served by Mary Huffman and Shirley Phillis.
Arts Center plans holiday events The Third Thursday Art for Everyone is set Nov. 17 from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. Artist Joanne Heestand from
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Minerva will be demonstrating her artistry in painting original Christmas ornaments. This is one of the “SmART” Shopping Nights with a chance to see decorated Christmas trees and boutique items on display. Arts members enjoy a 10-percent discount for the months of November and December. The Arts Center is open Thursday from 1 to 8:30 p.m; Monday, Tuesday and Friday, 10:30 a.m. until 4 p.m. and Saturday 11 a.m. until
2 p.m. There is no admission charge to Art for Everyone and it is open to the public. The Carroll County Chorale will present their annual Christmas Concert at the First Methodist Church in Carrollton Nov. 27 at 3 p.m. The Handbell Choir from Christ Memorial Church in Robertsville will also perform. There is no admission charge although there will be a free-will offering. See ARTS, B-2
Denise Schrader holds the three male puppies she found abandoned. They are (from top): Socks, Bandit and Red.
Lucky puppies! Three male Chihuahuamix puppies are lucky to have a new warm home, thanks to a local woman. Denise Schrader of Mayham Rd. found the puppies Nov. 8 at a vacant home near the intersection of Mayham and Solar Roads. “The house sold at auction in October and I saw a truck there that shouldn’t have been there,” Schrader said. “Later, I went over and saw the puppies jumping around in a fenced-in area the previous owner’s kept a dog in.” Schrader took the 4-5 week old puppies home and began to care for them. One of the pups was sick, and she has been nursing him back to health. “I can’t believe someone just dumped them without food or water,” she continued. “And it has been so cold at night for
these little guys.” Schrader contacted the dog pound and said an employee told her a man stopped with a cage in the back of his truck to drop off puppies. When asked for proof he resided in Carroll County, he couldn’t provide it and left. The employee thought it was possible the three were the same pups. Schrader’s 60-pound Black and Tan Coonhound, Shooter, is babysitting the puppies, which Schrader said go in their cage at night without any problems and are getting house trained. She plans to keep the pups but wants people to know there are other options besides just dumping dogs off without food and water. “Take them to the Carroll County sale barn on Monday,” Schrader explained. “People will take them and take care of them.”
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Hello everyone! A few months ago, Leigh Ann from The Free Press told me about this book. When I left her office, I was eager to read it. This story takes place in Canton, OH, in the year 1933. You will be moved by this man’s heart of kindness. I like what Dave Isay, founder of StoryCorps said about this story, “A Secret Gift is a timely and powerful work. During these difficult days when we thirst for stories of kindness, decency and selflessness, A Secret Gift is just what the nation needs. By expertly untangling this Depression-era mystery, Ted Gup delivers a fascinating story and an important piece of reporting.” When we are able to help one another, it is like a gift in its self. We are living in hard times. We do not have to go outside our own backyards to realize that. But we can make a difference. Maybe once you’ve read this story, it will give you some of your own ideas. Until next time, may you all have a blessed Thanksgiving. Your friend, Sherry Sherry Kline Bolitho Adult Book: Title: A Secret Gift Author: Ted Gup Publisher: The Penguin Press Price: $25.95 Available at the Carroll County District Library On June 24, 2008, the author and his son, Matt, drove to Bucksport, ME, to surprise his mother, Virginia. It was her 80th birthday. After dinner, they went to her storage room under the attic eaves. She found just what she was looking for. It was her father’s old black suitcase. Once opened, it released a musty smell. Inside was a large and tattered 10x13-inch yellow envelope written in her father’s hand “pertaning xmas gift distribtion.” The author’s grandfather was not much for spelling. Ted Gup’s grandfather was better known as “B. Virdot.” This is his story.
Hart-Ray to wed Dec. 3 Christy Hart of Westerville and Bryan Ray of Dellroy have announced their engagement. The bride-to-be is the daughter of Carol and Dave Hart. She is a 2001 graduate of Westerville North High School. She earned a Bachelor’s Degree from Miami University in 2005, and a Master’s Degree in Speech Language Pathology from The Ohio State University (OSU) in 2007. She is employed as a speech pathologist in Columbus and is pursuing a PhD at OSU. The future groom is the son of Dan Ray and Karen Ray. He is a 1998 graduate of Carrollton High School. He earned a Bachelor’s Degree from Muskingum University and a Master’s Degree in Statistics and Business Administration from The Ohio State University. He is employed by Batelle in Columbus as a process improvement specialist. The wedding and reception
Seniormenus Minerva Senior Center Call 330-868-6004 for reservations (before noon) the day you wish to attend. Meals are served at 5 p.m. in the senior center south of Minerva on SR183. All adults 55 years of age or older are welcome to attend. All meals are served with bread or rolls, butter and milk. Diabetic dressings and dessert available if requested at the time
The Carroll County Retired Teachers Association (CCRTA) is dedicated to supporting education and improving the lives of both active and retired teachers and administrators. Officers and committee chairpersons discussed ways to promote these goals when they met Nov. 2 at the home of Marlyn Warner, club president. Phyllis Newell, vice president and membership chairperson, and Darlene Smith, informative services chairperson, presented information on a web page they are setting up for the organization which will be linked to the Ohio Retired Teachers Association website, www.orta.org. A service project for 2012-13 was decided on. The CCRTA will collect donations throughout the
Carrollton Friendship Center and Sherrodsville Lions Club Lunch is served at 11:30 a.m. daily. Cost is $2. For reservations, call the Friendship Center at 330-627-7017, Malvern Center at 330-863-2202, or the Sherrodsville Center at 740269-2200 (before 8:30 a.m.). Free coffee & donuts weekdays after 8 a.m.
Monday - Salisbury steak, gravy, mashed potatoes, mixed vegetables, peaches, dinner roll. Tuesday - Pork patty, baked sweet potatoes, winter blend vegetables, apricots, bread. Wednesday - Oven fried chicken, augratin potatoes, succotash, pears, bread. Thursday - Closed - Thanksgiving. Friday - Closed - Thanksgiving.
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Saturday, December 3 teria. Included will be representatives from Avon, Celebrating Home, Froggy Bottom Wood, Pampered Chef, Premier Design, Scentsy Candles, Tastefully Simple, Thirty-One Gifts, Tupperware, and more. A portion of sales/orders during the event will be donated to help the 4-H club. A bake sale will be held and goodies provided by vendors will be raffled during the event. Drawings will be held at 7:30 p.m.; winners must be present. Sales for Carroll County 4-H Frozen Food fundraiser totaled $5,808. The program will receive about $700 of the total sales. Payton Randal from Brown Frame Round-up 4-H Club was the top seller. She will receive a portable DVD player. Carroll County 4-H will take frozen food orders in the spring.
cated at 1102 N. Lisbon St., Carrollton. If you are a Carroll County resident and wish to sign up for Toys for Tots program, contact Chrystal Day at Carroll Hills School at 330-627-7651. Toys for Tots program assists those in need providing you are not receiving assistance from another organization.
tour. Advance sale tickets will be $6 for Arts members, $8 for nonmembers and $10 the day of the tour for everyone. The Silent Auction bidding for the Tree Xtravaganza will be open until 5 p.m. Dec. 4. All trees are at the Carroll County Arts Center and available for bidding when the Center is open.
Garden club prepares for holiday season The Carrollton Garden Club met Nov. 7 at the Ashton House Museum in Carrollton with 15 members present. The meeting was called to order by President Mary Huffman. Hostesses Sonny Swartz, Helen Schrader, Mary Jane Senften, and Diana Thomas served refreshments from tables decorated for fall. Joanne Coad read a poem entitled “My Prayer.” Election of officers was held and those elected for 2012 are: Mary Huffman, president; Shirley Phillis, vice president; Elizabeth Braun, secretary; and Jean Ondusko, treasurer. Committee reports were given. Thomas explained current and forthcoming projects the club is doing at Golden Age Retreat. Members will work with resi-
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The Chorale is directed by George Cazan and accompanied by Judy Capper. The Holiday Tour of Homes will be Dec. 4 from 1 to 5 p.m. in the Malvern-Brown Township area. The homes of Pam Stimmel on Lee Rd., the Zeiger and Logan residences on Avalon Rd., and the Clark residence on Lander Rd., will be open for the
year to help fill backpacks distributed by the Carroll County Health Department at the annual Back to School Extravaganza held each August at the fairgrounds. This event benefits all needy children in the county. Carroll County residents as well as teachers are invited to make donations to the cause. Donations may be sent to: Alice Jacobs, 4280 Edgewood Rd., SW, Carrollton, OH, 44615. CCRTA has scheduled four general meetings for 2012 to be held in various locations in the county. Each meeting will begin with an $8 luncheon followed by an informative program and short business meeting. Meeting dates are April 13, June 8, Aug. 10 (covered dish picnic and garden tour) and Oct. 5.
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A Chinese auction is also planned. The menu consists of pancakes, French toast, sausage, coffee, orange juice and milk. Cost is $5 adults; $3, children ages 412 and under three, free. Carryout will be available. Donations will benefit Toys for Tots and go toward equipment for Station 12. The fire house is lo-
reservations are made. Monday - Beef roast, alfredo noodles, vegetable tray, peaches. Tuesday - Ground turkey stroganoff, peas, applesauce, cherry crunch. Wednesday - Stuffed peppers, mashed potatoes, vegetable pizza, spiced pumpkin cupcakes. Thursday - Closed Thanksgiving. Friday - Closed Thanksgiv-
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4-H News Carroll County 4-H is hosting a benefit dinner and auction Saturday, Dec. 3 at Carroll Hills School. Doors open at 6 p.m. for silent auction bidding. Dinner starts at 6:30 p.m. and a live auction starts at 8 p.m. “All proceeds go towards the Carroll County 4-H Program and benefit our county’s most valuable resource, our youth,” said Ryan Pape, 4-H program coordinator. Tickets are $15 a person and are presale only. Tickets may be purchased from the OSU Extension Office, located at 613 N. High St., Carrollton, prior to Dec. 1. Anyone wishing to donate or wanting more information should contact Ryan Pape at 330-627-4310. The Pioneer 4-H Saddle Club will host an evening of favorite vendors Nov. 29 from 5-8 p.m. in the Carrollton High School Cafe-
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dents to make small floral arrangements with fresh flowers provided by the club. A Christmas gift project is being planned. Mums were purchased and planted in planters at the McCook House and replanted in the garden beds on Public Square. Spring bulbs were also planted. Members will decorate for Christmas at the McCook House and are participating in Holly Pine Lane at Canton Garden Center Nov. 17-20. The club will provide favors for Meals on Wheels once during December. Following the meeting, members toured the Ashton House Museum with Coad as guide. A holiday dinner, program, raffle and officer installation is set for Dec. 9 at Dellroy Community Center for members and guests.
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December 13 and 14TH 9:00 A.M To 2:00 P.M. At the Carroll County YMCA If you are unable to make it to distribution day please call Darla, Tom, or Craig at 330-627-3092 If you would like to make a donation of new or slightly used coats you can drop them off at Consumers National Bank, Allstate Insurance or Ashton’s 5 & 10 Store. Please send all monetary donations to: Carrollton Lions Club C/O Bev Newell 1017 Canton Rd. NW, Carrollton, OH 44615
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Carrollton FFA fruit sale fundraiser underway The Carrollton FFA chapter has begun its annual fruit, nut and BBQ sauce sales funding event. This year, local FFA members are selling citrus and nuts from Florida Farm Bureau, apples from Fruit Growerâ€™s Marketing in Ohio and BBQ sauce from DB Yummers in Ohio. Choices include navel oranges, tangelos, red grapefruit, pears, pineapple, mixed fruit boxes, red delicious, gold delicious, granny smith and fuji apples, along with assorted nut selections and a sweet, spicy and island varieties of BBQ sauce. Fruit may be ordered until the first week of December by contacting any FFA member or calling the Agricultural Education department at Carrollton High School at 330-627-8442.
Blood drive this Friday at Carrollton High School A scholarship blood drive, sponsored by the National Honor Society, will be held from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. Friday, Nov. 18, at Carrollton High School. The goal is to collect 75 units which will earn more student scholarships. LifeShare tee shirts will be presented to each donor and a photo ID is required.
Odd Couple to be staged this weekend at Carrollton Neil Simonâ€™s timeless comedy â€œThe Odd Coupleâ€? will be presented by the Carrollton High School Speech and Drama Department at 7:30 p.m. Nov. 18 and 19 with a 1 p.m. matinee performance Nov. 19. Tickets at $8 for the evening performances and $5 for the matinee may be purchased at the high school office or at the box office prior to the shows. Cast members include Gabriel Miller as Felix Unger, Chandler Meek as Oscar Madison, Savannah Harris and Lexie Kilgore as the â€œCoo-Cooâ€? Pigeon Sisters, Caleb Devitt, Bradley Miley, Isaac Ornouski and Zac Tinlin as the Poker Players.
Estimated 100 attend Family Fun Night In a Student Achievement report given by Board Member Helen Skinner at the Nov. 8 meeting of the Carrollton Board of Education, she reported the elementary schools held their annual Family Fun Night Oct. 20 in the Carrollton High School gymnasium where 13 outstanding exhibits (23 presenters) were on display. The event, attended by an estimated 100, was coordinated by Darin Abel, Dean of Students at Carrollton elementary school.
Carrollton JROTC unit hosts competition The Junior Reserve Officers Training Corps at Carrollton High School hosted a drill competition with Akron Kenmore and Canton Timken, Oct. 29. The competition included 5 events that lasted 4 hours with an award ceremony at the conclusion. The five events included a color guard, drill team, cadet knowledge, drill knock-out and cadet athletic events. The Carrollton Warrior cadets came in first in the drill knockout and the athletic competition, according to Major Randy Miller, local JROTC advisor. The three local winners in the knock-out event were Joey Harter, Joel Newell and Mike Bryant. CHS cadets in the athletic event were Joey Harter, Michael Bryant, Hunter Lumley, Devin Granger, Connor Mosley, Joe Newell, Justine McDermott, Miranda Hess, Ali Graham and Jenna Smith. Miller said Carrollton won overall and each school went home with winning at least one event.
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Fine Arts Booster Meeting Next meeting of the Friends of Forensic & Dramatic Arts is Dec. 5 at 6:30 p.m. in the CHS Fine Arts Room
Columbus firm presents proposal for energy savings at Carrollton By Don Rutledge FPS Associate Editor The need for building improvements within the Carrollton Exempted Village School District was brought to the attention of the Carrollton Board of Education once again by its superintendent. At the Nov. 8 meeting held at Augusta elementary school, Carrollton Schools Supt. Palmer Fogler told the Board â€œour current maintenance plan is actually a reaction plan to problems.â€? Among her current concerns are fears of a roof collapsing, a boiler breakdown and forced light retrofits going out of date within two years. â€œHow does the Board and community want to address the needs of Carrollton schools facilities?â€? she asked. During previous presentations, Supt. Fogler had advised the Board that energy savings will result in cost savings under House Bill 264 which offers a lower rate of interest on school loans, resulting in energy savings. The Superintendent explained the project implementation will take 8 to 9 months from the time the Board makes a decision. Also on hand to further explain an energy savings plan were two representatives of Plug Smart, a Columbus firm which can handle the project. David Zehala, executive vice president of the Energy Services
Group at Juice Technologies and a Certified Energy Manager, explained how his firm has helped school districts save from 20 to 60% of their energy costs by implementing self funding, cash flow positive projects. Plug Smart, a Columbus based firm, recently completed an energy audit in five Carrollton Exempted Village School District buildings. Some of the energy efficient opportunities for the Carrollton schools were explained by Rich Housh, president and CEO of Plug Smart. They include lighting at Augusta, Dellroy, Bell-Herron, Carrollton High School and Carrollton elementary, plus boiler recommissioning at Bell-Herron and CHS. Other proposed energy improvements include the energy management systems at Bell-Herron, CHS and Carrollton elementary, the AHU VFDs at Bell-Herron and Carrollton elementary, vending controls at Bell-Herron and CHS and a dedicated gym heater at the high school where only 1 of 4 units is working. Housh said the total project cost is $592,914, which represents a savings of $81,480 or 6.7%, an operations and maintenance savings of $15,669, utility savings of $65,811 and a rebate of $46,603. Zehala estimated total savings for this project at approximately $81,000 per year or $1.2 million over a 15-year period. The firmâ€™s representatives offered two proposed project bundles.
Bundle 1 would include core energy efficiency projects such as new lighting at Augusta, Dellroy, Bell Herron, CHS and Carrollton elementary, boiler recommissions at Bell-Herron, CHS and Carrollton elementary, energy management system at Bell-Herron, CHS and Carrollton elementary, AHU VFDs at Bell-Herron and Carrollton elementary, vending controls at BellHerron and CHS and a dedicated gym heater at CHS. Bundle 2 for longer term energy projects would include all of No. 1 plus roof repairs at Bell-Herron, CHs and Carrollton elementary and new computer controls at CHS. Over a 15-year period, the Carrollton schools would pay an extra $1.2 million to their utilities and operations and maintenance if no action is taken on these projects, assuming electric and gas rates remain constant, the two Plug Smart
representatives told the board. According to Zehala, Plug Smartâ€™s proposal allows the school district to finance these improvements directly from the utility bill savings created by implementing more energy efficient equipment. â€œThis is a cash friendly way to finance these projects without having to raise taxes through a levy,â€? Zahala said. DURING THE meeting, the Board approved the following under a consent agenda (1 vote): - ACCEPTED a retirement resignation from Paul E. Smith, custodian, effective Dec. 31, and a resignation of Renae Cunningham, a teacher effective Nov. 11. - APPOINTED Linda Maney and Robert A. Nichols as custodians. - APPROVED an unpaid leave of absence for Sindy Findling, a cook, from Jan. 16-20, 2012. - APPROVED a field trip request for Carrollton High School students to attend a speech tournament Nov. 11 and 12 at Princeton High School. - ACCEPTED donations totaling $76,471.21.
- AWARDED supplemental contracts for the 2011-12 school year to the following: Kenneth W. Pasiuk, wrestling varsity head coach; Eric C. McCort and L. Eric Hilty, both wrestling varsity assistant coaches; Ronald A. Hepner, wrestling middle school head coach, and Bradley J. Barker, wrestling middle school assistant coach. - APPOINTED the following substitutes for the 2011-12 school year: Ryan E. Hale, teacher; Paige N. Hay, Rose M. Kienzle and William E. Reed, all classified. - APPROVED the Preschool policy and guidelines to confirm with state statues. - APPROVED advance returns of $110,025.06 from Title 1-2012 fund to the general fund and $11,707.05 from Title IIA-2012 to the general fund. - APPROVED the payment of bills totaling $678,655.47. - HELD a one-hour executive session to consider the employment of a public employee or official. - SET the next regular meeting for Dec. 13 at 7 p.m. in the Carrollton High School Fine Arts multi-purpose room.
Board member explains three House bills in legislation report Three Ohio House bills were explained in a Legislative Report given by Carrollton Board of Education Member Rose Seck at the Boardâ€™s Nov. 8 meeting. House Bill 136, which would create a new statewide voucher program, continues to be a hot issue at the Statehouse, Mrs. Seck reported. Even though legislators were not in session for most of October, the House Majority leadership has been polling members. This will have an influence on whether or not the bill goes to the full House for a vote, she pointed out. This bill is not about academic issues, but about subsidies for privatization in the name of â€œchoiceâ€? and represents a bigger movement toward the privatization of public education, she noted. Mrs. Seck also reported Gov. John Kasich has signed House Bill 318, which creates a new primary/special election date on June 12, 2012, for the purpose of selecting party nominations for the U. S. House of Representatives seats and presidential candidates. This bill also eliminates the August 2012 special election date. The
March 6, 2012, primary election is for party nominations for U. S. Senate and state and local races, she explained. â€œThe reason for the two primary election deals with debate over the redrawing of congressional district boundaries based on the most recent census data,â€? Mrs. Seck said. House Bill 153 involves changing how teachers and principals are evaluated and asks that the state Board of Education and local school boards work as partners to achieve this goal. Each school district, in consultation with its teachers, will need to adopt a standard based teacher evaluation policy based upon a state framework. The teacher evaluation framework will be adopted by the state Board of Education by Dec. 31, 2011, she said. A system for evaluating principals, based upon similar concepts, has already been designed. The evaluation systems have four components: goal-setting, assessment of teacher performance, communication and professionalism, and student growth measures, Mrs. Seck pointed out.
TakinĘź It to the Schools Fourth grade students at Carrollton elementary school are receiving free counseling from professionals of the Personal & Family Counseling Services (PFCS) of Tuscarawas Valley, Inc. about alcohol and drug abuse prevention. Four class representatives are shown in the above photo meeting with Fran Gerbig of PFCS during a recent counseling session. From left are Justin Ott, Haley Jenkins, Aletha Wagner and Ryan Walker. The Takinâ€™ It to the Schools program includes weekly counseling sessions for any 4th grader who wishes to participate. The sessions are being conducted by Trenna Parsons, the PFCS facilitator at Carrollton elementary. Goals of the program are to improve self-esteem, increase ability to identify and appropriately express feelings, improve problem solving and decision making skills and provide accurate, age-appropriate information about alcohol and drugs. Groups meet with no more than 10 children and learn about the above skills by participating in fun activities. Weekly one-hour meetings are being held for 10 weeks with a graduation set at the end of the ten weeks to which parents and other individuals in the childâ€™s life are invited.
Assistant superintendent reports on state presentation In her Assistant Superintendentâ€˜s report at the Nov. 8 meeting of the Carrollton Board of Educa-
tion, Leigh Ann McCray reported on a presentation she was asked to give at a Battelle For Kids â€œRe-
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Southern board approves supplementals Six supplemental contracts were approved by the Southern Local Board of Education at its
Holiday fruit sales now underway at Sandy Valley Sandy Valley band and Band Boosters are conducting their annual fruit sales through Nov. 21 with fruit delivery set for Dec. 9 and 10. Fruit sale choices include both large and small boxes of pink grape fruit, navel oranges and tangelos, as well as red and yellow delicious, Washington state apples and pears. Small, medium and large baskets of mixed fruit may also be purchased. Anyone interested in ordering holiday fruit should contact any band member in grades 4-12, Nannette Nutter at 330-866-9131 or the Sandy Valley band office at 330-866-3105.
Nov. 7 meeting. They include Cory Leek, assistant basketball coach and varsity girls basketball coach; Aaron Blatch, reserve boys basketball coach; Brittany McElroy, 8th grade basketball coach; Mike Boyle, junior high boys basketball coach, and Emily Ramsey, 7th grade girls basketball coach. The Board also accepted the retirement resignation of Larry Rudloff, elementary guidance counselor, who has 38 years of service with the school district. IN OTHER business, the Board: - ADOPTED the 2012-13 school calendar with classes beginning Aug. 27 and ending May 30 for students.
- APPROVED the transfer of Venus Raffle to afternoon custodian in the senior high school wing. - ACCEPTED the Memorandum of Understanding with the Ohio Association of Public School Employees union dealing with co-pay insurance provisions. - ADDED Paul Zelich as a certified substitute and Vicki Biggio and Terry Vest as non-certified substitutes for the 2011-12 school year. - APPROVED the payment of bills totaling $338,537.19. - SET the next regular meeting for Dec. 12 at 6:30 p.m. in room E136 at Southern Local High School.
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made because of the Carrollton Exempted Village School districtâ€™s dramatic academic improvement from a ranking of 507 to number 3 in the value added category of the State Report Card in one year out of a total of 610 school districts. â€œI asked principals and staff for what they believe to have been the districtâ€™s top three strategies implemented last year to contribute to our success,â€? she said. â€œThe overwhelming majority of opinions pointed to 3 key strategies â€“ putting the right people in the right positions, more time on task and using data to guide instruction. These three key strategies were what I shared with these 150 school districts,â€? Mrs. McCray added. Since then, she said Discovery Education officials have been in touch with her to set up a national press release for them to share the Carrollton school districtâ€™s improvement story with others.
â€œIt appears that our story is circulating through the state and into other states. Iâ€™m beyond delighted with the academic improvement Carrollton School District has obtained through collaboration and hard work and challenge all with keeping the momentum moving forward,â€? Mrs. McCray commented.
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Chesapeake Energy honored for hiring American veterans Oklahoma-based Chesapeake Energy Corporation, the nation’s second largest producer of domestic natural gas, was recognized in Washington, D.C. for its efforts to hire American military veterans. An industry leader in veteran hiring, Chesapeake employs more than 350 former military personnel in positions ranging from engineers to rig hands. This commitment caught the attention of the U.S. Chamber of Commerce’s Hiring Our Heroes program. “While the Chamber’s recognition is certainly an honor, our real reward has come from hiring candidates with strong work ethics, commitments to teamwork and leadership skills,” said Martha Burger, Chesapeake senior vice president of Human and Corporate Resources. “The oil and natural gas industry has thousands of jobs currently available, and military men and women, many who already have engineering or manufacturing skills, are ideal for these positions. We look forward to growing our veteran hiring program and encouraging our corporate colleagues to do the same.” Chesapeake is one of the finalists for the Post-9/11 Veteran Employment and Internship Award. The chamber will announce the winner at the first annual Lee Anderson Hiring Our Heroes Awards event, a dinner recognizing businesses that have gone above and beyond to honor the sacrifices of our military families. The new Veteran Employment
Advisory Council (VEAC), on which Chesapeake will serve, will also be announced at that time. The VEAC will include a select group of corporate and nonprofit partners working toward the goals of promoting veteran hiring, easing veterans’ transition into the workplace and increasing the number of veteran-owned small businesses. Since starting a dedicated program to recruit military service men and women in 2008, Chesapeake’s veteran hiring efforts continue to grow. The company initially recruited only junior military officers, lieutenants and captains retiring from service for specialized positions within the company. Often these individuals have engineering or business backgrounds and work in the field or at the Oklahoma City corporate office as engineers, business analysts or office supervisors. However, in the past two years, Chesapeake expanded its efforts to include hiring former enlisted personnel to work in the field. The company partners with Troop Transition, a program that trains returning veterans to work in the energy industry. Chesapeake also hires candidates and participates in recruiting fairs on military bases. They provide immediate employment to troops returning from Iraq and Afghanistan, helping smooth the transition from military to civilian life. Last year, GI Jobs magazine designated Chesapeake as a 2011 Top 100 Military-Friendly Employer.
Family Video teams up with customers to entertain troops Family Video has teamed up with customers to form “Operation: Entertain the Troops.” The video chain, based in Glenview, IL (with a store in Carrollton), plans to ship 1 million movies before the end of November to entertain members of the Armed Forces stationed overseas. Already, a large supply of DVD movies has been in heavy rotation at numerous U.S. military bases throughout Iraq and Afghanistan, according to Keith Hoogland, Family Video owner and president. “We want to maintain that relationship by duplicating the Family Video experience for them. This is our sincere thank you for their dedication to our country’s safety and freedoms.” Movies are collected and distributed by Family Video person-
nel to military bases to transport overseas. U.S. soldiers in Bagram, Afghanistan, were happy to receive a generous selection of movies from the Family Video location in Sumter, SC. Ed Sebbas of the Houghton, MI, Family Video said, “My brother served in Afghanistan and told me the best part of his day was the movie before bed.” Family Video has created a number of options for customers who would like to participate in the program. Customers may donate films from their own collections, or purchase movies for only $2. All participants have the opportunity to add a personal touch to their donation with a handwritten note for the troops to read. The Carrollton Family Video is located at 704 Canton Rd., Carrollton.
A new rehabilitation gym and private rehab suites for senior citizens opened recently at Sunnyslope Nursing and Rehabilitation at Bowerston. Melissa Greco, administrator, said Sunnyslope has been a leading provider in the area for assisting senior citizens in physical, occupational and speech therapies for decades. “I am really pleased with these additions,” she said. “This is something the community has been saying they want and I am happy we can deliver. The new additions will allow us to help more members of our community and surrounding areas rehab from surgeries or general weakness before they return home.” She said they are also thankful they were able to support the local economy by contracting with Benchmark Construction of New Philadelphia, to complete the $450,000 project. Between $25,000 and $30,000 in new equipment was purchased for the gym. Most of the people utilizing the gym at Sunnyslope will be candidates who are coming from a hos-
AT LEFT: NEW GYM OPENS. Mindy Madzia, a licensed physical therapy assistant at Sunnyslope, provides assistance to Charlene Eddy on the parallel bars in the new rehab gym at Sunnyslope.
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involvement and professional accomplishments. Confidential nominations will be accepted from patients, Aultman employees and fellow medical staff members between Nov.14, 2011 and Jan. 6, 2012. Nomination forms can be found online at www.aultman.org. Simply click on “Our Doctors” under the “Hospital Information” tab to access the form. The inaugural winners will be chosen by the Medical Staff Ethos Committee to be inducted into the Hippocrates Honor Society in April 2012. For more information, please call the Medical Staff Office at 330-3633134.
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Western Reserve carries off 29-20 Division VI regional semifinal win; Hornets finish at 10-2 By Bob Evans Sports Editor LOUISVILLE – The Malvern Hornets saw another excellent season come to an end last Saturday night in the Division VI regional semifinal as they fell 29-20 to the Western Reserve Blue Devils. The Hornets end their 2011 season with a record of 10-2. Malvern jumped out to an early
14-0 lead by halftime, but failed to take advantage of two other scoring opportunities they had in the first half. The Hornets fumbled twice deep in Blue Devil territory. Malvern scored in the first quarter on a 1-yard run by senior quarterback Shawn Ball and in the second period on a 15-yard pass from Ball to senior tight end Clay Davis. The second half was another
story for the Hornets as the Blue Devils came storming back behind senior tailback Donnie Bolton. Bolton scored twice in the third quarter and added a two-point conversion run to knot the contest at 14-14 going into the fourth quarter. The point after kicking attempt following Bolton’s second touchdown run was blocked. Blue Devil quarterback Jeff Clegg scored in the opening moments of
the fourth quarter to give Western Reserve a 21-14 lead after the extra point by Clegg was good. Malvern mounted one last drive that ended with Ball taking it in from 5 yards out with just over two-minutes left in the game. However, the try for the extra points was missed. Bolton then added an insurance touchdown with just seconds remaining in the game. Malvern fumbled six times in the game, losing four of the bobbles. Ball ended his high school career hitting 17-of-29 passes for 242 yards and added 103 yards on the ground. Bolton finished with 24 carries for 242 yards. MALVERN – 7 7 0 6 – 20 WESTERN RESERVE – 0 0 14 15 – 29
After rolling past the line of scrimmage, Malvern quarterback Shawn Ball (7) looks for open ground against the Western Reserve secondary. The Malvern senior finished off his high school career with a 242 yard passing and 103 yard rushing night Saturday.
SCORING FIRST QUARTER MALVERN: Shawn Ball 1-yard run (Anthony Ruegg kick) SECOND QUARTER MALVERN: Clay Davis 15-yard pass from Shawn Ball (Anthony Ruegg kick) THIRD QUARTER WESTERN RESERVE: Donnie Bolton 14yard run (Donnie Bolton run) WESTERN RESERVE: Donnie Bolton 17yard run (kick failed) FOURTH QUARTER WESTERN RESERVE: Jeff Clegg 6-yard run (Clegg kick) MALVERN: Shawn Ball 5-yard run (kick failed) WESTERN RESERVE: Donnie Bolton 12yard run (Bolton run) FIRST DOWNS: Malvern 22, Western Reserve 16. RUSHING: Malvern 38-123, Western Reserve 45-314. PASSING: Malvern 17-20207, Western Reserve 3-13-59. FUMBLES/LOST: Malvern 6/4, Western Reserve 0-0. PENALTY YARDS: Malvern 26, Western Reserve 101.
Malvern senior Clay Davis elevates to pull down a second quarter scoring pass from Hornet quarterback Shawn Ball. The TD put the Hornets up 14-0 over Western Reserve. Covering on the play is Western Reserve’s Mitch Shahaden (4).
Dover prevails in hard-fought game with Minerva Lions tremendous season comes to an end as Tornadoes come away with 41-35 playoff win By Bob Evans Sports Editor CANTON - A great season came to an end for the Minerva Lions Friday. Dover quarterback Derek Swinderman passed for 431 yards and rushed for another 72 to lead the Tornadoes to a 41-35 win over the Lions at Canton Central Catholic’s Lowell Klinefelter Field in a Division III, Region II semifinal game. Minerva ends an amazing season with a school record 11 wins against only one loss. They are the only Minerva football team to win a playoff game. Dover, which improved to 11-1 for the year, advanced to play Cardinal Mooney this Friday night at Fawcett Stadium in Canton for the Regional championship. Mooney defeated Steubenville 24-22 on a field goal with nine seconds left in the game. In their team huddle immediately following the game, Minerva head coach Dale Soles told his team, “You guys have nothing to hang your heads about or be ashamed of. You have accomplished so much this season. You have a lot to be proud of.” Senior running back and wide receiver Zach Wade rushed for 122 yards on 26 carries and had seven catches for 100 yards. That was just on offense, on defense he returned an interception 94 yards
that set up the Lions’ first touchdown. He also played on special teams. Minerva was without the services of 1,000-yard rusher junior running back Jake Riley, who injured his knee in the Lions’ win over Poland Seminary a week earlier. Senior quarterback Eli Maurer wouldn’t let the Lions go away quietly. Maurer hit 14-of-25 passes for 194 yards and a pair of touchdowns. He also rushed for 130 yards, including a 91-yard touchdown run in the third quarter to keep the Lions in the game. “They (Wade and Maurer) are great football players,” said Dover head coach Dan Ifft. “I can’t say enough about them.” Ifft was very proud of his defense. “I was very proud of the way our defense kept playing and came up with some big plays, some that did not look big at the time, but would be big later when we needed them.” The Minerva defense had trouble stopping the Dover receiving corps. Logan Maholm finished with 10 catches for 165 yards, Damon Bennett added six catches for 109 yards and Mason Mamarella three passes for 78 yards. The Lions led 7-0 after the first quarter, but the Tornadoes stormed back in the second quarter to take a 21-14 lead at halftime.
There was plenty of scoring in the third period as each team crossed the goal line twice. Each team added a score in the final period. DOVER: 0 21 13 7 - 41 MINERVA: 7 7 14 7 - 35 FIRST QUARTER MINERVA: Zach Wade 1-yard run (Nate Smith kick) SECOND QUARTER DOVER: Damon Bennett 18-yard pass from Derek Swinderman (Felipe Bravo kick) MINERVA: Tyler Kimko 11-yard pass from Eli Maurer (Nate Smith kick) DOVER: Mason Mamarella 63-yard pass from Derek Swinderman (Felipe Bravo kick) DOVER: Logan Maholm 32-yard pass from Derek Swinderman (Felipe Bravo kick) THIRD QUARTER DOVER: Damon Bennett 41-yard pass from Derek Swinderman (Felipe Bravo kick) DOVER: Hunter Schneeberger 6-yard run (kick failed) MINERVA: Eli Maurer 91-yard run (Nate Smith kick) MINERVA: Zach Wade 1-yard run (Nate Smith kick) FOURTH QUARTER DOVER: Mason Mamarella 6-yard pass from Derek Swinderman MINERVA: Zach Wade 23-yard pass from Eli Maurer. TEAM STATISTICS FIRST DOWNS: MINERVA - 17, Dover 25. RUSHING: Minerva - 39-267, Dover 21-112. PASSING - Dover 23-34-2 421, Minerva - 14-251-174. TOTAL YARDS: Dover - 533, Minerva - 441. PENALTIES: Dover 6-77, Minerva 5-41. FUMBLES/LOST: Dover 0-0, Minerva 1-0.
Minerva senior running back and wide receiver Zach Wade had a tremendous night against Dover as he rushed for 122 yards on 26 carries and pulled in seven passes for 100 yards. On defense he returned an interception for 94 yards.
Golfers cap off big year The Carrollton High School boys golf team recently held its annual banquet at Knickers Restaurant. The Warriors enjoyed a very successful season, finishing with a record of 17-2 and advancing to the District Tournament. Head Coach Gary Cogan presented players with special awards and varsity letters. Senior Tony Pozderac was the big winner, receiving four awards - Low average, 38.73, Low Round 34, Putting average, 14.1 and the Captain’s Award. Freshmen Cale Pozderac received the Birdie Award, 19, and Zach Riggins the Coaches Award. Tony Pozderac received his fourth year letter, while junior Brady McClure and Riggins each received their third year letters. Sophomore
Dan Tobin was awarded his second year letter and Cale Pozderac and Tyler Shuman their first year letters. As a team, the Warriors averaged 161.21 for nine holes and 321.33 for 18 holes while their opponents averaged 173.43 per nine holes. Receiving Certificates of Participation were juniors Forrest Patterson and Zach Wallace; sophomore Matt Yoder and freshmen Mason Albrecht, Austin Brooks, Luke Cosart, Troy Fairclough and Austin Weary. Riggins and Cale Pozderac were each named to the All-Northeastern Buckeye Conference team. Tony Pozderac earned second team honors and McLean honorable mention.
Receiving special awards at this year’s post-season banquet are Carrollton golfers (from left) Cale Pozderac, Tony Pozderac and Zach Riggins.
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2011 STANDINGS Leaders Division Big Ten Overall W L W L Penn State 5 1 8 2 Wisconsin 4 2 8 2 Ohio State 3 3 6 4 Purdue 3 3 5 5 Illinois 2 4 6 4 Indiana 0 6 1 9 Leaders Division Big Ten Overall W L W L Michigan 4 2 8 2 Michigan State 5 1 8 2 Nebraska 4 2 8 2 Iowa 3 3 6 4 Northwestern 2 4 5 5 Minnesota 1 5 2 8
BIG TEN SCHEDULE SATURDAY • Penn State at Ohio State • Indiana at Michigan State • Iowa at Purdue • Minnesota at Northwestern • Nebraska at Michigan • Wisconsin at Illinois TOP 25 • LSU at Mississippi • Georgia Southern at Alabama • California at Stanford • Boise State at San Diego State • Oklahoma at Baylor • USC at Oregon • Clemson at N.C. State
Ohio State Statistics PASSING YARDS Braxton Miller ............ 679 RUSHING YARDS Carlos Hyde .............. 525 Braxton Miller..............490 RECEIVING YARDS Devin Smith..............241 Jake Stoneburner.......150 INTERCEPTIONS Bradley Roby ................. 3 C.J. Barnett ...................2 Travis Howard.................2
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An inside look at Ohio State football PENN STATE AT OHIO STATE
The Adversity Bowl By JIM NAVEAU
COLUMBUS – Anyone who believes in bad omens might have sensed that the breaks weren’t going to bounce Ohio State’s way long before it 26-23 loss to Purdue on Saturday went to overtime. On the game’s opening kickoff, the ball bounced off Carlos Hyde in the end zone, erasing any possibility of an OSU return. Then two plays later, Braxton Miller’s first pass of the game bounced off the hands of both T.Y. Williams and Jake Stoneburner before falling to the ground for an incompletion. Ohio State (6-4, 3-3 Big Ten) will try to rebound from that loss in its final home game of the season when Penn State (8-2, 5-1 Big Ten) comes to Ohio Stadium at 3:30 p.m. this Saturday. Penn State, a 17-14 loser to Nebraska on Saturday, went through one of the most tumultuous weeks ever in college football last week. Coaching legend Joe Paterno was fired and the Nittany Lions’ reputation as one of the most respected programs in the country, along with the university’s reputation, was tarnished by allegations of sexual abuse by former defensive coordinator Jerry Sandusky. Nebraska jumped out to a 17-0 lead before Penn State fought back to score twice in the second half and had the ball near midfield when the game ended. Penn State is still is on top of the Big Ten’s Leaders Division, one game ahead of Wisconsin. So the Nittany Lions have a lot more to play for than just restoring their reputation. Ohio State’s goals will have to be adjusted after its chances to win the Leaders Division and play in the first Big Ten championship game were all but vaporized in the shocking ending
of its loss at Purdue. Tailback Silas Redd (1,059 yards) “We’ve just got to win the rest of leads the offense. Quarterback Rob them. That’s our mentality,” offensive Bolden (1,386 yards, 7 touchdowns) lineman Jake Mewhort said after the gets most of the playing time, but Rob loss at Purdue. “We’re not going to Bolden (526 yards, 1 TD) also plays. work any less, we’re not going to give any less effort.” Effort has never been in question, but as Saturday’s loss showed, Ohio State is thinner in both talent and experience than it has been in the last several seasons. The quasi-military sounding phrase, “Next man up,” which Ohio State’s players and coaches use, is great in theory. But in reality, not all replacements are created equal on the football field. OSU offensive tackle J.B. Shugarts couldn’t play against Purdue because of a knee injury, which broke a streak of 24 consective starts. The Buckeyes started a true freshman, Antonio Underwood, in his place. But after gaining fewer than 100 yards in the Ohio State first half, guard Jack head coach Mewhort was moved out to Luke Fickell tackle and Corey Linsley came in to play guard. On the other hand, during Saturday’s game, linebacker Andrew Sweat had to leave with a head injury in the first half and his replacement Ryan Shazier was one of the standouts of the game with seven tackles and OSU’s only sack. Penn State leads the Big Ten in scoring defense at 12.9 points a game but is eleventh in scoring at 21.0 points a game.
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Sept. 3 ..... Akron 42-0 Sept. 10 ... Toledo 27-22 Sept. 17 ... at Miami 6-24 Sept. 24 ... Colorado 37-17 Oct. 1 ....... Mich. State 7-10 Oct. .......... at Neb. 27-34 Oct. 15 ..... at Illinois 17-7 Oct. 29 ..... Wisconsin 33-29 Nov. 5 .........Indiana 34-20 Nov. 12 ..... at Purdue 23-26 Nov. 19 ..... Penn State Nov. 26 ..... at Michigan
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Who did Ohio State play in the first night game at Ohio Stadium in 1985? What was the first season that freshmen, including Archie Griffin, werre able to play college football? What was the first bowl game that an Ohio State football team ever played in?
ANSWERS: 1. Pittsburgh; 2. 1972; 3. Rose Bowl in 1921.
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Lion hookup LEFT: Minerva quarterback Eli Maurer (10) hit 14 of 25 passes against Dover in Friday’s Division III Regional semifinal contest. Maurer also rushed for 130 yards, including a 91yard TD scamper. RIGHT: Minerva senior wide Receiver Kyle Crum, who will play football at Kent State, scoops in a Maurer pass against Dover.
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Hornet action TOP: Junior running back Brady Weber (32) takes the handoff from Malvern quarterback Shawn Ball during action from last Saturday’s Division VI regional semifinal game at Louisville against Western Reserve. RIGHT: Malvern head coach Dave Tucci reacts to a play on the field. He’s flanked by Hornet receiver Clay Davis (42).
Antique Tractor Club pull results, 2011 show winners listed A large number of pullers were on hand last month when the Carroll County Antique Tractor Club held it’s annual pull and show at the Carroll County fairgrounds. Results of the pull are as follows: Friday, Oct. 14 deadweight winners include: 3,500 lbs.-Austin McIntire, first; Charlie Carter, second and third; 4,500 lbs. - Jim Tubaugh, first; Ron Phillips, second; Jason McIntire, third; 5,500 lbs.-Joe Gallon, first; Dave Brown, second; Amanda Tubaugh, third; 6,500 lbs. - Chris Palmer, first; Jim McIntire, second; Todd Everett, third; 7,500 lbs.-Todd Everett, first; Mike Cline, second; Chris Palmer, third; Red Power 7,500 lbs.-Mike Cline, first; Chris Palmer, second; Chris Howell, third; 10, 500 lbs.-Bud Mercer, first; Todd Everett, second; Mike Cline, third; 12,000 lbs. - Todd Everett, first; Rex Magee, second; Shawn Beckley, third. Saturday, Oct. 15 transfer sled winners include: 3,500 lbs. Antique-Charlie Carter, first; Zeb Casper, second; Jesse Manbeck, third; 4,500 lbs. Stock-Ken Hutson, first; Rick McCoy, second; Zeph Casper, third; 4,500 lbs.
Open-Brian Sponaugle, first; John Tubaugh, second; Ron Phillips, third; 5,500 lbs. StockHutson, first; Carter, second; Jack Albrecht, third; 5,500 lbs. Open-John Tubaugh, first; Sponaugle, second; Phillips, third; 6,500 lbs. Stock-Dexter Dorris, first; Daryl Hilliard, second; McCoy, third; 6,500 lbs. Open-Bill Spencer, first; Tom Witts, second; Ken Tinlin, third; 7,500 lbs. Stock-Tinlin, first; Spencer, second; Jim Tubaugh Jr., third; 8,500 lbs. Non-Turbo Stock-Tinlin, first; Spencer, second; Hilliard, third. Show winners at the event are: Best of Show- International Tractor - Chuck & Patsy Anguish of Minerva, Farmall C. Best Restored- John Tubaugh, Massey Harris 44. Best of Show - Dale Dowdell, 1953 Worthington. IH 404 Tractor Winner - Kathleen Carman of Mineral City. Pedal Tractor - Tim Tarbet of Minerva 1/16 Scale Tractor - A. Rhiel of Minerva. Miniature Barn - Bob Miller of Carrollton. Custom Stone - Harpet Family of Manaway.
BOWLINGresults Men’s Monday Industrial (Carroll Lanes) 10/31/11 – Dave’s Diner 99.5-60.5, KCS 92-68, Gionino’s Pizza 91-69, NE Ohio Natural Gas 89.5-70.5, Minor’s Mobile Homes 87-73, Carroll Lanes 81.5-78.5, R & L Auto Service 76-84, Carroll Lanes Restaurant 67-93, Turn Cuff 62-98, McFadden Insurance 54.5-105.5. High Bowlers: Matt Miller 788, D. Hirschbach 720, G. Fair 666, B. Whaley 639, B. Carrick 633, L. Mogus 628, J. Veigel 624, M. Pyles 611, J. DeFord 609, D. Howell 600. (L. Evans, Sec.) Men’s Thursday Civic (Carroll Lanes) 11/3/11 – JK Logging 127.5-97.5, The Lockouts 124.5100.5, Carroll Lanes 121-104, Grubbs Chiropractic 120-105, Miller Light 118-107, Water Professionals, Inc. 115.5-109.5, Fair Vision 110115, H & M Tire 107-118, Guess Motors 103122, Smith Piping 78.5-146.5. High Bowlers: Matt Miller 757, R. Kirkpatrick 701, D. Shockey 670, C. Shockey 662, C. McCauley 657, K. West 651, D. DeFord 644, J. Rainsberger 643, S. Kruprzak 630, K. Stack 626, B. Smith 622, G. Hauenstein 617, D. Bright 617, C. Leggett 616, J. DeFord 610, L. Evans 608, L. Mogus 603. (L. Evans, Sec.) Men’s Monday Industrial (Carroll Lanes) 11/7/11 – Dave’s Diner 105.5-74.5, Gionino’s Pizza 105-75, KCS 98-82, Minor’s Mobile Homes 97-83, NE Ohio Natural Gas 96.5-83.5, Carroll Lanes 94.5-85.5, R & L Auto Service 86-94, Carroll Lanes Restaurant 81-99, McFadden Insurance 71.5-108.5, Turn Cuff 65-115. High Bowlers: C. McCauley 705, D. Hutchison 650, H. Holland 639, L. Mogus 622, G. Fair 621, Matt Miller 616, B. Whaley 608, J. Ritchie 601. (L. Evans, Sec.) Monday Nite Men’s Industrial (Atwood Lanes) 11/7/11 – Profab 24-12, Hilltop Outdoor Supply 24-12, Dellroy Market 22.5-13.5, The Loners 20.5-15.5, Flip Side Grill 17-19, J-Pa’s Pizza 1521, K & B Greenhouse 12-24, JA’s Auto Svc. 614. High Bowlers: S. Tinlin 648, T. Indorf 625, R. Tolaro 622. Tuesday Morning Earlybirds (Atwood Lanes) 11/8/11 – Geiser’s Garage 35-13, Krantz Trucking 29-19, Pattersonville Telephone 27-21, Rocky Ridge Apiary 23-25, Days Inn 23-25, Charlies Angels 23-25, Patti’s Gifts 22-26, Buds Flowers 20-28, Atwood Lanes 19-29, Dellroy Market 1929. High Scores: S. Clark 564, C. Steinmetz 535, C. Shuman 523, B. Leggett 513. (D. Krantz, Sec.)
Tuesday Night Ladies (Carroll Lanes) 11/8/11 – MTSI 28-12, PP’s Girls 23-17, Heartland Hill Rest. 22-18, Huntington Bank 22-18, Power GMC 22-18, Al-Bi Winery 18-22, Cedar Corner Farms 18-22. High Bowlers: K. Pore 508, K. Crawford 478, S. Clark 458. (C. Bright, Sec.) Tuesday Night Dellettes (Atwood Lanes) 11/8/11 – Tinlin’s Atwood Lanes 56-21, Lighthouse Bistro 47-30, Genet Boys Ent. 43-34, Hume Tree Farms 39-38, Taggart’s Ice Cream 36-41. High Bowler: L. Bittaker 550, P. Hume 505, B. Twaddle 504, B. Leggett 500. (K. Tinlin, Sec.) Liberty Belles (Garson Lanes) 11/8/11 – The Bug Busters 30-18, The Diamonds 27-21, Good-N-Plenty 25-23, The Hart Farm 24-24, The Gamblers 24-24, Dixie Chiks 14-34. High Bowlers: D. McCourt 539, B. Cingolani 520, S. Jett 464. (J. Ujcich, Sec.) Thursday Nite Industrial (Atwood Lanes) 11/10/11 – Parkway Nissan Lincoln 32-8, Dave’s Diner 27-13, Haas Barbershop 24-16, Main Course Murder 23-17, Snap-On Tools 2020, Ridge Pump & Supply 20-20, Bear Electric 19-21, Atwood Boats 16-24, Hahn Motors 1624. High Bowlers: K. Penso 668, C. Tinlin 618, D. Hoopingarner 614, M. Carpenter 611. (D. Nape, Sec.) Men’s Thursday Civic (Carroll Lanes) 11/10/11 – The Lockouts 145.5-104.5, Grubbs Chiropractic 138-112, Miller Light 132-118, JK Logging 131.5-118.5, Carroll Lanes 128-122, Water Professionals, Inc. 126.5-123.5, Fair Vision 126-124, Guess Motors 118-132, H & M Tire 116-134, Smith Piping 88.5-161.5. High Bowlers: C. Shockey 750, D. Findling 678, Matt Miller 678, D. Hutchison 665, K. Stack 663, J. Strawder 663, G. Hauenstein 656, D. Shockey 649, C. Leggett 649, J. Hafner 631, K. West 620, J. Rainsberger 619, S. Spears 609, J. DeFord 606, T. Peterson 605. (L. Evans, Sec.) Sunday Nite Alleycats (Atwood Lanes) 11/13/11 – Tinlin & Kennedy 66-25, Maurer & Nape 50-41, Wolford & Kennedy 48.5-42.5, Rainsberger & Herman 47-44, Ujcich & Miller 47-44, Miller & Shuman 41-50, Rosenberger & Humphries 38.5-52.5, Patterson & Morckel 2665. High Men’s Bowler: C. Tinlin 667. High Women Bowlers: W. Rainsberger 521, A. Kennedy 515. (J. Rainsberger, Sec.)
In pursuance of an Order of Sale in the above entitled Action, I will offer for sale at public auction, in the lobby of the Sheriff’s Office, in Carrollton, in the above named County, on TUESDAY, the 6th day of DEC., 2011, at 10:00 o’clock A.M., *LEGAL DESCRIPTIONS MAY BE OBTAINED FROM THE CARROLL COUNTY RECORDER’S OFFICE, 119 PUBLIC SQUARE, SUITE 205, CARROLLTON, OH *Said Premises Located at: 10 KIOWA TRAIL, MALVERN OH 44644 16-0000139.000 *Said Premises Appraised at: ONE HUNDRED TWENTY THOUSAND & 00/100 — ($120,000.00) TERMS OF SALE: Property must sell for two-thirds of appraised value. 10% deposit of the appraised value required at time of the sale. Personal, Certified or Cashier’s check accepted. Balance due 30 days from date of the sale upon confirmation by the Carroll County Common Pleas Court. Note: Appraisal does not include an interior inspection or viewing by appraisers. DALE R. WILLIAMS, SHERIFF CARROLL COUNTY, OHIO LERNER SAMPSON ROTHFUSS 513-241-3100 Attorney Published in The Free Press Standard November 10, 17 & 24, 2011. SHERIFF’S SALE of REAL ESTATE The State of Ohio, Carroll County CASE #10CVE26269 BAC HOME LOANS SERVICING, L.P. Plaintiff vs. ROGER EVERETT, ET AL Defendant In pursuance of an Order of Sale in the above entitled Action, I will offer for sale at public auction, in the lobby of the Sheriff’s Office, in Carrollton, in the above named County, on TUESDAY, the 6th day of DEC., 2011, at 10:00 o’clock A.M., *LEGAL DESCRIPTIONS MAY BE OBTAINED FROM THE CARROLL COUNTY RECORDER’S OFFICE, 119 PUBLIC SQUARE, SUITE 205, CARROLLTON, OH *Said Premises Located at: 10065 OLIVE ROAD, SALINEVILLE, OH 43945 12-0000451.002 *Said Premises Appraised at: TWO HUNDRED SIXTY-ONE THOUSAND & 00/100 — ($261,000.00) TERMS OF SALE: Property must sell for two-thirds of appraised value. 10% deposit of the appraised value required at time of the sale. Personal, Certified or Cashier’s check accepted. Balance due 30 days from date of the sale upon confirmation by the Carroll County Common Pleas Court. Note: Appraisal does not include an interior inspection or viewing by appraisers. DALE R. WILLIAMS, SHERIFF CARROLL COUNTY, OHIO CARLISLE, MCNELLIE, RINI, KRAMER & ULRICH CO. 216-360-7200 Attorney Published in The Free Press Standard November 10, 17 & 24, 2011. SHERIFF’S SALE of REAL ESTATE The State of Ohio, Carroll County CASE #11CVE26848 THE BANK OF NEW YORK MELLON Plaintiff vs. CRYSTAL I. LAMBERT, ET AL Defendant In pursuance of an Order of
Sale in the above entitled Action, I will offer for sale at public auction, in the lobby of the Sheriff’s Office, in Carrollton, in the above named County, on TUESDAY, the 6th day of DEC., 2011, at 10:00 o’clock A.M., *LEGAL DESCRIPTIONS MAY BE OBTAINED FROM THE CARROLL COUNTY RECORDER’S OFFICE, 119 PUBLIC SQUARE, SUITE 205, CARROLLTON, OH *Said Premises Located at: 319 SECOND ST., NW, CARROLLTON OH 44615 10-0000310.000 *Said Premises Appraised at: THIRTY THOUSAND & 00/100 —($30,000.00) TERMS OF SALE: Property must sell for two-thirds of appraised value. 10% deposit of the appraised value required at time of the sale. Personal, Certified or Cashier’s check accepted. Balance due 30 days from date of the sale upon confirmation by the Carroll County Common Pleas Court. Note: Appraisal does not include an interior inspection or viewing by appraisers. DALE R. WILLIAMS, SHERIFF CARROLL COUNTY, OHIO JOHN D. CLUNK 330-436-0300 Attorney Published in The Free Press Standard November 10, 17 & 24, 2011. SHERIFF’S SALE of REAL ESTATE The State of Ohio, Carroll County CASE #10CVE26221-3 BAC HOME LOANS SERVICING, LP Plaintiff vs. ETHEL R. RITCHEA, ET AL Defendant In pursuance of an ALIAS Order of Sale in the above entitled Action, I will offer for sale at public auction, in the lobby of the Sheriff’s Office, in Carrollton, in the above named County, on TUESDAY, the 6th day of DEC., 2011, at 10:00 o’clock A.M., *LEGAL DESCRIPTIONS MAY BE OBTAINED FROM THE CARROLL COUNTY RECORDER’S OFFICE, 119 PUBLIC SQUARE, SUITE 205, CARROLLTON, OH *Said Premises Located at: 400 SOUTH MARKET ST., MINERVA, OH 44657 08-0000180.000; 080000181.000 *Said Premises Appraised at: SIXTY & 00/100 —($60,000.00) TERMS OF SALE: Property must sell for two-thirds of appraised value. 10% deposit of the appraised value required at time of the sale. Personal, Certified or Cashier’s check accepted. Balance due 30 days from date of the sale upon confirmation by the Carroll County Common Pleas Court. Note: Appraisal does not include an interior inspection or viewing by appraisers. DALE R. WILLIAMS, SHERIFF CARROLL COUNTY, OHIO LERNER SAMPSON ROTHFUSS 513-241-3100 Attorney Published in The Free Press Standard November 10, 17 & 24, 2011. SHERIFF’S SALE of REAL ESTATE The State of Ohio, Carroll County CASE #09CVE25748 COUNTRYWIDE HOME LOANS SERVICING, L.P. Plaintiff vs. MELISSA A. SKIPPER, ET AL Defendant In pursuance of an ALIAS Order of Sale in the above entitled Action, I will offer for sale at public auction, in the lobby of the Sheriff’s Office, in Carrollton, in the above named County, on TUESDAY, the 6th day of DEC., 2011, at 10:00 o’clock A.M., *LEGAL DESCRIPTIONS MAY BE OBTAINED FROM THE CARROLL COUNTY RECORDER’S OFFICE, 119 PUBLIC SQUARE, SUITE 205, CARROLLTON, OH *Said Premises Located at: 8158 BEAR ROAD SE, AMSTERDAM, OH 43903 21-0000140.000; 21-
0000141.000 *Said Premises Appraised at: THIRTY-THREE & 00/100 — ($33,000.00) TERMS OF SALE: Property must sell for two-thirds of appraised value. 10% deposit of the appraised value required at time of the sale. Personal, Certified or Cashier’s check accepted. Balance due 30 days from date of the sale upon confirmation by the Carroll County Common Pleas Court. Note: Appraisal does not include an interior inspection or viewing by appraisers. DALE R. WILLIAMS, SHERIFF CARROLL COUNTY, OHIO LERNER SAMPSON ROTHFUSS 513-241-3100 Attorney Published in The Free Press Standard November 10, 17 & 24, 2011. SHERIFF’S SALE of REAL ESTATE The State of Ohio, Carroll County CASE #11CVE26831 DEUTSCHE BANK NATIONAL TRUST COMPANY, AS TRUSTEE Plaintiff vs. CARL VANDEGRIFT, ET AL Defendant In pursuance of an Order of Sale in the above entitled Action, I will offer for sale at public auction, in the lobby of the Sheriff’s Office, in Carrollton, in the above named County, on TUESDAY, the 6th day of DEC., 2011, at 10:00 o’clock A.M., *LEGAL DESCRIPTIONS MAY BE OBTAINED FROM THE CARROLL COUNTY RECORDER’S OFFICE, 119 PUBLIC SQUARE, SUITE 205, CARROLLTON, OH *Said Premises Located at: 106 S. GRANT STREET, MINERVA OH 44657 08-0000825.000 *Said Premises Appraised at: TWENTY-ONE THOUSAND & 00/100 —($21,000.00) TERMS OF SALE: Property must sell for two-thirds of appraised value. 10% deposit of the appraised value required at time of the sale. Personal, Certified or Cashier’s check accepted. Balance due 30 days from date of the sale upon confirmation by the Carroll County Common Pleas Court. Note: Appraisal does not include an interior inspection or viewing by appraisers.
this publication. Published in The Free Press Standard November 10, 17, 24 and December 1, 2011. SHERIFF’S SALE of REAL ESTATE The State of Ohio, Carroll County CASE #10CVE26433 BAC HOME LOANS SERVICING, L.P. Plaintiff vs. CANDICE L. WOOD, ET AL Defendant In pursuance of an Order of Sale in the above entitled Action, I will offer for sale at public auction, in the lobby of the Sheriff’s Office, in Carrollton, in the above named County, on TUESDAY, the 6th day of DEC., 2011, at 10:00 o’clock A.M., *LEGAL DESCRIPTIONS MAY BE OBTAINED FROM THE CARROLL COUNTY RECORDER’S OFFICE, 119 PUBLIC SQUARE, SUITE 205, CARROLLTON, OH *Said Premises Located at: 112 12TH ST. NW, CARROLLTON, OH 44615 10-0001661.000 *Said Premises Appraised at: SIXTY THOUSAND & 00/100 —($60,000.00) TERMS OF SALE: Property must sell for two-thirds of appraised value. 10% deposit of the appraised value required at time of the sale. Personal, Certified or Cashier’s check accepted. Balance due 30 days from date of the sale upon confirmation by the Carroll County Common Pleas Court. Note: Appraisal does not include an interior inspection or viewing by appraisers. DALE R. WILLIAMS, SHERIFF CARROLL COUNTY, OHIO LERNER SAMPSON ROTHFUSS 513-241-3100 Attorney Published in The Free Press Standard November 10, 17 & 24, 2011. COURT OF COMMON PLEAS CARROLL COUNTY, OHIO GMAC Mortgage, LLC Plaintiff, v. Rex A. McArtor aka Rex McArtor, et al. Defendants. CASE NO.: 11cve26902 Judge: Dominick E. Olivito, Jr.
DALE R. WILLIAMS, SHERIFF CARROLL COUNTY, OHIO
LEGAL NOTICE IN SUIT FOR FORECLOSURE OF MORTGAGE
FELTY & LEMBRIGHT CO., LPA 216-588-1500 Attorney
Rex A. McArtor aka Rex McArtor, whose last known address is 296 2nd Street Northwest, Carrollton, OH 44615, and the unknown heirs, devisees, legatees, executors, administrators, spouses and assigns and the unknown guardians of minor and/or incompetent heirs of Rex A. McArtor aka Rex McArtor, all of whose residences are unknown and cannot by reasonable diligence be ascertained, will take notice that on the 3rd day of October, 2011, GMAC Mortgage, LLC filed its Complaint in the Common Pleas Court of Carroll County, Ohio in Case No. 11cve26902, on the docket of the Court, and the object and demand for relief of which pleading is to foreclose the lien of plaintiff’s mortgage recorded upon the following described real estate to wit: Property Address: 296 2nd Street Northwest, Carrollton, OH 44615,and being more particularly described in plaintiff’s mortgage recorded in Mortgage Book 29, page 2511, of this County Recorder’s Office. The above named defendant is required to answer within twenty-eight (28) days after last publication, which shall be published once a week for three consecutive weeks, or they might be denied a hearing in this case.
Published in The Free Press Standard November 10, 17 & 24, 2011. LEGAL PUBLIC NOTICE REQUEST FOR BOND RELEASE OXFORD MINING COMPANY, LLC PERMIT NUMBER D-2014 PHASE III, MINING YEAR 6 DATE PERMIT ISSUED: 10/21/99 Oxford Mining Company, LLC, P.O. Box 427, Coshocton, Ohio 43812, is requesting a Phase III Bond Release, Year 6, for 11.7 acres, affected by the aforementioned coal mine and reclamation permit, located in Section 27, Union Township, Carroll County. The property owner is Daniel L. Wright. Successful Reclamation on Year 6 was completed on June 22, 2011 in accordance with the approved reclamation plan. $4,387.50 bond is on deposit for Year 6, of which $4,387.50 is sought to be released. Written objections, comments or requests for a bond release conference may be submitted to the Chief of the Ohio Department of Natural Resources, Division of Mineral Resources Management, Building H-2, 2045 Morse Road, Columbus, Ohio 43229-6693, Attn: Bonding Section, in accordance with paragraph (F) (6) of Revised Code Section 1513.16. Written objections or requests for a bond release conference must be filed with the Chief within thirty days after the last date of
LERNER, SAMPSON & ROTHFUSS Attorneys for Plaintiff P.O. BOX 5480 Cincinnati, OH 45201-5480 (513)-241-3100 email@example.com Published in The Free Press Standard November 10, 17 & 24, 2011.
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Household Items Due to early printing of The Free Press Standard in observance of Thanksgiving Day, the deadline for classified ads will be Friday, November 18th at 2:00 pm. â€”â€”â€”â€”â€”â€”â€”â€”â€”â€”â€”Fall Savings! Save on all Ashley, Broyhill, and England sofaâ€™s, Symbol mattress sets, bedrooms, dinettes & more! Gordonâ€™s Furniture, Minerva. 330868-1099 (46tfc) â€”â€”â€”â€”â€”â€”â€”â€”â€”â€”â€”Sofaâ€™s for $299 & $399? Yup! Gordonâ€™s Furniture & Ashley â€“ Cash & take-with. Rocker-recliners $259 & up. Gordonâ€™s Furniture, Minerva. 330-868-1099 (46tfc) â€”â€”â€”â€”â€”â€”â€”â€”â€”â€”â€”-
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Misc. for sale Due to early printing of The Free Press Standard in observance of Thanksgiving Day, the deadline for classified ads will be Friday, November 18th at 2:00 pm. â€”â€”â€”â€”â€”â€”â€”â€”â€”â€”â€”Great Christmas Gift! Ludwig 5 piece drum set Complete w/throne, hardware and all cymbals. Silver sparkle finish. Nice looking kit! $500 or make offer. Possibly interested in trades. Carrollton. Call and leave message at 330-458-9714. (46cweb) â€”â€”â€”â€”â€”â€”â€”â€”â€”â€”â€”Cemetery & Holiday Wreaths for sale. Reasonably priced. Call 330-627-4711. (46,47pweb) â€”â€”â€”â€”â€”â€”â€”â€”â€”â€”â€”Carrollton â€“ Selling out all misc. fuel oil furnace parts! Call 330-312-1468 or 740543-3781. (46cweb)
observance of Thanksgiving Day, the deadline for classified ads will be Friday, November 18th at 2:00 pm. â€”â€”â€”â€”â€”â€”â€”â€”â€”â€”â€”Real Estate advertised herein is subject to the Federal Fair Housing Act, thus making it illegal to advertise any preference, limitation or discrimination based on race, color, religion, sex, handicap, familial status or national origin, or the intention to make any such preferences, limitations or discriminations. The Free Press will not knowingly accept advertising for real estate which is in violation of the law. Be informed that all dwellings advertised are available on an equal opportunity basis. The Free Press Standard â€”â€”â€”â€”â€”â€”â€”â€”â€”â€”â€”Carrollton â€“ 3 BR, 2 BA ranch w/appliances, attached 2-car garage & deck on 2 town lots. $89,900. Call 330-627-7950. (45-48cweb) â€”â€”â€”â€”â€”â€”â€”â€”â€”â€”â€”CARROLL CO: 6 + acres, nice laying, electric, $18,900. Blossom Rd. at Mechanicstown. Bruner Land Company, 740-4353434 or 740-260-1378. w w w. b r u n e r l a n d . c o m (46tfc) â€”â€”â€”â€”â€”â€”â€”â€”â€”â€”â€”â€œHAPPY THANKSGIVINGâ€? from Bruner Land Company, Inc. w w w. b r u n e r l a n d . c o m (46tfc) â€”â€”â€”â€”â€”â€”â€”â€”â€”â€”â€”-
Mobile Homes Due to early printing of The Free Press Standard in observance of Thanksgiving Day, the deadline for classified ads will be Friday, November 18th at 2:00 pm. â€”â€”â€”â€”â€”â€”â€”â€”â€”â€”â€”Carrollton: Mobile home for sale â€“ You move. $800 OBO. Call 330-401-6592. (46cweb) â€”â€”â€”â€”â€”â€”â€”â€”â€”â€”â€”-
Equipment for Sale Due to early printing of The Free Press Standard in observance of Thanksgiving Day, the deadline for classified ads will be Friday, November 18th at 2:00 pm. â€”â€”â€”â€”â€”â€”â€”â€”â€”â€”â€”6,000 lb. Clark forklift, $600; 20 hp. air compressor on tank, $500. Hall Machine Company, Carrollton, OH. 330-627-2119 (46cweb) â€”â€”â€”â€”â€”â€”â€”â€”â€”â€”â€”1992 Woodmizer LT40 Hydraulic Sawmill w/new 25hp. Kohler engine. All manuals, batteries, alter, debarker & single setter cat claw. Excellent condition. $12,000 OBO. Toronto. Call 740-457-9245. (46,47cweb)
Miscellaneous Wanted WANTED: Standing Timber & Walnut Trees â€“ Call Carroll County Logging, 330-738-2050 or 440-8970863. (46tfcweb)
Due to early printing of The Free Press Standard in observance of Thanksgiving Day, the deadline for classified ads will be Friday, November 18th at 2:00 pm. â€”â€”â€”â€”â€”â€”â€”â€”â€”â€”â€”Needed Immediately! Experienced STNAâ€™s & HHAâ€™s for weekend & day shift in Dover & surrounding communities. Call 330364-9698. Start working next week! (45,46pweb) â€”â€”â€”â€”â€”â€”â€”â€”â€”â€”â€”B Loco Mexican Grill coming soon to Carrollton, next to Verizon! Hiring all posiReal Estate for sale tions. Send resume or qualifications to: Due to early printing of The BLOCO224@gmail.com. Free Press Standard in (46,47cweb)
â€”â€”â€”â€”â€”â€”â€”â€”â€”â€”â€”Vision Wireless Communications is now accepting applications for experienced & inexperienced tower workers. Health insurance offered after 90 days. Please call 330-2054105. (46,47cweb) â€”â€”â€”â€”â€”â€”â€”â€”â€”â€”â€”Immediate opening for parttime RN supervisor. Please call Joyce at Carriage Inn of Cadiz, 740-942-8084. EOE (46,47cweb) â€”â€”â€”â€”â€”â€”â€”â€”â€”â€”â€”Attention driving professionals! Primeâ€™s extensive freight network offers ample miles & earning potential. Stable, strong, growing company needs you! Call 18 0 0 - 2 7 7 - 0 2 1 2 . www.primeinc.com (46ncb) â€”â€”â€”â€”â€”â€”â€”â€”â€”â€”â€”CDL-A experienced OTR drivers â€“ Up to $3,000 bonus! Up to $.39 cent per mile. 6 month OTR experience & CDL required. Call 8 8 8 - 4 6 3 - 3 9 6 2 . www.usatruck.jobs (46ncb) â€”â€”â€”â€”â€”â€”â€”â€”â€”â€”â€”Experienced CDL-A Drivers â€“ OTR, regional & dedicated runs. Up to 50 cents per mile. Class-A CDL & Hazmat required. Call 800942-2104 ext.7307 or 7308. www.totalms.com (46ncb) â€”â€”â€”â€”â€”â€”â€”â€”â€”â€”â€”Drivers â€“ No experience, no problem! 100% paid CDL training. Immediate benefits. 20/10 program. Trainers earn up to 49 cents per mile. CRST Van Expidited, 8003 2 6 - 2 7 7 8 . www.joincrst.com (46ncb) â€”â€”â€”â€”â€”â€”â€”â€”â€”â€”â€”-
Real Estate Wanted We need land! Paying top prices for farms or acreage in Ohio, West Virginia and Pennsylvania. Call Bruner Land Company at 1-740685-3064. (01tfc) â€”â€”â€”â€”â€”â€”â€”â€”â€”â€”â€”Cash For Your Farm Or Acreage â€“ Call toll-free, 866-893-5263. (18tfc) â€”â€”â€”â€”â€”â€”â€”â€”â€”â€”â€”-
For Rent Due to early printing of The Free Press Standard in observance of Thanksgiving Day, the deadline for classified ads will be Friday, November 18th at 2:00 pm. â€”â€”â€”â€”â€”â€”â€”â€”â€”â€”â€”Real Estate advertised herein is subject to the Federal Fair Housing Act, thus making it illegal to advertise any preference, limitation or discrimination based on race, color, religion, sex, handicap, familial status or national origin, or the intention to make any such preferences, limitations or discriminations. The Free Press will not knowingly accept advertising for real estate which is in violation of the law. Be informed that all dwellings advertised are available on an equal opportunity basis. The Free Press Standard â€”â€”â€”â€”â€”â€”â€”â€”â€”â€”â€”Summitville area â€“ 1 BR house w/nice yard in country setting. $350/month + deposit & utilities. Call 330223-0400. (46cweb) â€”â€”â€”â€”â€”â€”â€”â€”â€”â€”â€”1 BR, 1 BA house w/LR & Â˝ basement in Malvern â€“ Call 330-863-1105. (45,46cweb) â€”â€”â€”â€”â€”â€”â€”â€”â€”â€”â€”Carrollton â€“ 2 large 1 BR apartments w/full basement & garage. Call 330-6275019 after 5:30 p.m. (4446cweb) â€”â€”â€”â€”â€”â€”â€”â€”â€”â€”â€”3 BR, 2 BA trailer for rent â€“ Call 330-340-6398. (45,46cweb) â€”â€”â€”â€”â€”â€”â€”â€”â€”â€”â€”2 BR house w/garage & basement, $550/month + utilities. Non-smoking. Gas heat & water. Call 330-4191002. (45,46cweb)
QUOTES / CARROLL COUNTY ELECTRICAL/LIGHTING PROJECTS Sealed quotes will be received by the Board of Commissioners of Carroll County, 119 S. Lisbon Street, Suite 201, Courthouse, Carrollton, OH 44615, up to and opened at 9:30 A.M. on Monday, November 28, 2011 for electrical/lighting upgrades throughout (12) various county owned buildings. Quotes in excess of $38,000 shall be accompanied by a certified check made payable to the Board of Commissioners in the amount of not less than 10% of the bid amount, or a bond in the full amount of the bid that substantially complies with all applicable requirements of Section 153.54 (B) ORC and 153.571 ORC. Any bid submitted contrary to these requirements may be rejected by the Board of Commissioners. Each contractor must insure that all employees and applicants for employment are not discriminated against because of race, color, religion, sex, handicap or national origin. Each proposal must contain the full name of the party or parties submitting the proposal and all persons interested therein. Each contractor must submit evidence of its experience on projects of similar size and complexity, and a complete listing of all subcontractors to be used. Successful contractor shall furnish Workersâ€™ Compensation Certificate; Certificate of Insurance, Delinquent Taxes Affidavit and enter into a contract. The Board of Commissioners reserves the right to waive any informalities or irregularities, accept or reject any or all quotes, and to determine the lowest and best quote. All quotes shall be submitted in a sealed envelope clearly marked â€œCARROLL COUNTY ELECTRICAL/LIGHTING PROJECTSâ€?. BY ORDER OF THE BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS OF CARROLL COUNTY /s/ Sonja G. Leggett Sonja G. Leggett / Clerk Posted November 10, 2011 Published in Free Press Standard November 17, 2011
â€”â€”â€”â€”â€”â€”â€”â€”â€”â€”â€”Beautiful, secluded 1 BR, 1 BA lodge-like house, south of Harlem Springs. $750/month. Call 330-2055161. (44-47cweb) â€”â€”â€”â€”â€”â€”â€”â€”â€”â€”â€”2-car garage for rent in town, $100/month. Easy access. Call 330-499-2855. (45-47pweb) â€”â€”â€”â€”â€”â€”â€”â€”â€”â€”â€”Atwood Lake â€“ 1500 sq. ft. 2 BR lakefront, ideal for couple! All utilities paid. No outside yard maintenance. Trash taken away. All appliances included. FREE internet. FREE cable. No pets. $750/month + security deposit. Call 330-316-6794. (44-47cweb) â€”â€”â€”â€”â€”â€”â€”â€”â€”â€”â€”Atwood Lake Area â€“ 3 BR, 2 BA house w/garage. $700/month + deposit. Call 330-705-4018 or 330-7054027. (46,47pweb) â€”â€”â€”â€”â€”â€”â€”â€”â€”â€”â€”Newly remodeled 2 BR, 2 BA manufactured home w/range, refrigerator & A/C. Country setting. Call 330627-5573 or 330-627-2368. (46,47cweb) â€”â€”â€”â€”â€”â€”â€”â€”â€”â€”â€”1 BR, 2 BA large apartment located in Minerva, $300/month + electric only. Call 330-633-9373. (4548cweb) â€”â€”â€”â€”â€”â€”â€”â€”â€”â€”â€”1-2 BR apts. Arbor Grove. $380 - $445/mo. w/W/S/T. Furnished option avail. Call 330-455-HOME (4663). www.ClearSkyProp.com (45-48pweb) â€”â€”â€”â€”â€”â€”â€”â€”â€”â€”â€”2 BR townhouse apartment located at Port Circle, Carrollton w/stove & refrigerator furnished. Rent + deposit & utilities. No pets. Call 740-768-2305. (42tfcweb) â€”â€”â€”â€”â€”â€”â€”â€”â€”â€”â€”3 BR, 2 BA, includes lot, trash pick-up & sewer. No pets. $500 to $740/month. Free month rent w/new lease. Sandy Valley Estates, 330-866-3873. (44tfcweb) â€”â€”â€”â€”â€”â€”â€”â€”â€”â€”â€”3 BR, 2 BA mobile home. Rent + utilities & deposit. Call 330-627-7837. (45tfcweb) â€”â€”â€”â€”â€”â€”â€”â€”â€”â€”â€”Commercial garage space and large lot at 343 2nd St. SE, Carrollton. Former Center Twp. Garage. 14â€™ garage door with opener plus office space & restrooms. 48x40 building with 120â€™x150â€™ lot. $1,500/month w/lease. Drive by then call Joseph Properties at 330-484-8888. Other commercial property also available! (41tfc) â€”â€”â€”â€”â€”â€”â€”â€”â€”â€”â€”1 BR house in nice location in Malvernâ€™s west end. Call 330-863-0964 for more info. (45-48c) The family of Ruth Weir
Cards of Thanks would like to thank everyone who sent cards, flowers, and food during Ruthâ€™s illness and passing. A special thanks to Rev. Ryan Hale and Rev. Virginia Birks for their lovely service and to Lester and Drew Dodds for assisting the family in every area. And a very special thank you to Jeannie, Judy, and Cheryl. We could not have done it without you. John Weir Alan and Leanna Weir Tom and Kitty Weir Barb Poulburn Dwight and Vicki Roseler (46c) â€”â€”â€”â€”â€”â€”â€”â€”â€”â€”â€”-
LOST DOG: Tan Lab/Shepherd/Rot mix w/brownish red ears & markings. Large dog. Lost Nov. 10th in Sherrodsville area. Please call my family! 330-903-5921 or 330-4916128 (46p) â€”â€”â€”â€”â€”â€”â€”â€”â€”â€”â€”-
Notices 250 Antique Mall â€œ The best little mall in Ohioâ€? â€“ 7 piece dining room set only $145! Open 10-5, closed Wednesday. Located 2.5 miles east of Dennison on Rt. 250. (46pweb) â€”â€”â€”â€”â€”â€”â€”â€”â€”â€”â€”-
at:firstname.lastname@example.org , or check out our website at: www.adohio.net. (46ncb) â€”â€”â€”â€”â€”â€”â€”â€”â€”â€”â€”-
Garage Sales Due to early printing of The Free Press Standard in observance of Thanksgiving Day, the deadline for classified ads will be Friday,
November 18th at 2:00 pm. â€”â€”â€”â€”â€”â€”â€”â€”â€”â€”â€”Garage Sale at 3040 Waynesburg Rd. NW (white brick house next to New Harrisburg church), Nov. 18 & 19, 9-4. Lots of girls infant & toddler clothing, baby furniture & toys, many other misc. items. (46cweb) Classifieds Work!
ATWOOD LAKE AREA RANCH HOME FOR RENT
3 BR., 2 BA., 2 CAR ATTACHED GARAGE. NEAR ATWOOD LAKE REGION! FOR $1,000 MONTH RENT + SECURITY DEPOSIT RENT
Services Due to early printing of The Free Press Standard in observance of Thanksgiving Day, the deadline for classified ads will be Friday, November 18th at 2:00 pm. â€”â€”â€”â€”â€”â€”â€”â€”â€”â€”â€”Will do house or office cleaning, experienced. Call 330-260-3891. (45,46cweb) â€”â€”â€”â€”â€”â€”â€”â€”â€”â€”â€”Reach 2 million newspaper readers with one ad placement! Only $295.00. Ohioâ€™s best community newspapers. Call Kathy at AdOhio Statewide Classified Network, 614-486-6677, or e m a i l
216 Kensington Road Carrollton, OH. 44615
Now taking applications for ALL units. Gas heat, central air and washer/dryer hook-ups. Metropolitan vouchers accepted. Call today for an application. â€œThis institution is an equal opportunity provider and employerâ€?
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PART TIME - COULD LEAD TO FULL TIME Local business Malvern - Waynesburg Area Loading & unloading equipment, maintenance work, power washing, hauling and equipment inspection check-off. 2-? DAYS A WEEK/FAIR WAGE/PART TIME Send resume to Free Press P.O. Box 37 GR Carrollton, Ohio 44615
FOR SALE BY OWNER
3 BR., 2 BA., Brick Ranch Home, Master BA. completely remodeled, Family RM./Stone Fireplace, Sky Lite, full basement, new energy gas furnace, new roof, 3 car detached garage, 2 car attached garage, all new plumbing, 220 electric service, 2 bay windows, 1,428 Sq.Ft., Minerva School district, Columbiana County. Additional info 330.868.5332 or 330.205.8313
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1-888-900-7356 MINERVA LTD. (OAKS) 360 Carolyn Court 25 Minerva, OH 330-868-3959 One or two bedroom apartment. Water, sewer and trash removal included in rent. Fully carpeted with refrig. and stove. Possible availability of rental assistance. TDD 800-750-0750 This institution is an equal opportunity provider and employer.
COMPLETE DISPERSAL AUCTION OF A VERY LARGE FIREARMS SHOP
SAT. - NOV. 19 @ 9 AM
Due to death of Tom Van Buren everything has been moved to GarnerĘźs Auction Center 3 miles SE of Carrollton on SR 43. Inventory: 72 firearms, 3 BB Rifles, Winchester 10 ga Cannon, 330 lots of ammunition, scopes, clips, grips, barrels, sights, chokes, stocks & forearms. Browning & other gun cases, pistol cases, reloaders & dies; holsters, shell belts and much more. Approx 200 boxes of gun parts of all makes. Note: This was a very large shop. Bring a friendwe will be running two rings. Auction by order of: Joan Van Buren
GARNER AUCTIONEERS LLC Larry W Garner auctioneer 330-627-5573 - cell 330-806-0145
GARNERĘźS 25TH ANNUAL FARM TOY-TRUCK SHOW & AUCTION SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 26, 2011
Show opens @ 9am with approx. 65 Dealer Tables including parts. 4:15 P.M. - 450 pc. Toy Tractors & Trucks plus PEDAL TRACTORS Watch www.garnerauctioneers.com for pictures.
GARNER AUCTIONEERS LLC 1186 Canyon Rd., SE, Carrollton, Oio 44615
LARRY W. GARNER AUCTIONEER
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HUD RENT ASSISTANCE Immediate Opening for 1 BR unit in Carrollton Must be 62 or older Income must be less than $12,250 /year for 1 person or $14,000/year for 2 people. Rent only 30% of adjusted income with free utilities. On site laundry and activities
Call 330-627-2233 or TTY 300-750-0750 Equal Housing Opportunity. Handicap Accessible
4 Bedroom Home â€“ 1 1/2 Baths
Absolute Auction, all sells to the highest bidder on location: 104 Custer Way Scio, OH 43988. Located west edge of town on Rt. 151 to Custer Way then north to auction. Watch for Kiko signs.
Larry Garner- Auctioneer/Broker WV Auctioneer No. 378 - www.garnerauctioneers.com
In Loving Memory of Richard E. Days September 18, 1931 â€“ November 20, 2006
LOST: Reading glasses. Reward. Call 330-627-4513. (46pweb) â€”â€”â€”â€”â€”â€”â€”â€”â€”â€”â€”-
November 22, 2011 5:PM
1186 Canyon Rd., SE, Carrollton, Ohio 44615 â€˘330-627-5573
Lost & Found
Selling lots of Christmas decorations, misc household items, boxes & boxes! TERMS: cash or check w/photo ID. Auction ordered by: Neva Locker Auction conducted by: Newell Realy and Auctions LLC (46) William Newell, Auctioneer 330-627-2350 www.newellrealtyandauction.com
Two lots close to to 2 acres Rt 30, only 2 miles from Minerva
Looking to rent or have a home to rent?
Near a shady wall a rose once grew, budded and blossomed in Godâ€™s free light. Watered and fed by morning dew, shedding its sweetness day and night. As it grew and blossomed fair and tall, slowly rising to loftier height. It came to a crevice in the wall, through which shone a beam of light. Onward it crept with added strength, with never a thought of fear or pride. It followed the light through the crevice length, and unfolded itself on the other side. The light, the dew, the broadening view were found the same as they were before. And it lost itself in beauties new, breathing its fragrance more and more. Shall claim of death cause us to grieve and make our courage faint or fail? Nay, let us faith and hope receive â€“ The rose still grows beyond the wall. Scattering fragrance far and wide. Just as it did in days of yore. Just as it did on the other side, just as it will forever more. Your memory, Dad, is my keepsake, with which Iâ€™ll never part. God has you in His keeping; I have you in my heart. Been a long five years. Sadly missed by wife, Shirley Days & families (46c) â€”â€”â€”â€”â€”â€”â€”â€”â€”â€”â€”-
All sells at Lockers U Lock Bldg. located approx 4 miles north of Carrollton, OH, on SR 43 (Canton Rd.) Newell signs posted.
$VUMFS)PNFTDPN (FUBVEJPJOGP DPEF LISTINGS by JoAnn Clark 330.323.3362 & 800.221.9182 â€œCheck it out with Clarkâ€? @ www.joannclark.cutlerhomes.com
OPEN HOUSE Sunday November 20, 2 to 4 PM 4176 Lunar Rd. Carrollton, Ohio Quality built home on 5.1 acres! Features whole house generator, 3 car att. garage w/ lots of storage, 3-4 BR, 3 full baths, spacious & fantastic great room, living, plus rec. rooms! Beautiful kitchen boasts new stainless appliances! Original owner. $189,900.00
INTEREST RATES AT AN ALL TIME LOW! GIVE ME A CALL! NEW LISTINGS! $79,900 Raised Ranch in the country on 1.5 acres. Nestled in a wooded setting. 2 BR, 1 BA. $125,000 Brick ranch home on approx. 12 ac. 3BR, 1.5 BA, in-law suite with separate kit. & ba. plus enclosed sunroom. Mineral rights included. Stark Co. $375,000 2 HOMES, barn/workshop, storage shed, pavilion, gazebo, pond, park like setting with over 400 periennials, fruit trees, hardwoods, and more! IN TOWN! $34,900 RESTORE the beauty on main street- 2 sty w/original woodwork. 3br, 1ba $69,900 HOME w/HISTORY- Recapture the beauty of this Victorian owned the Dr. Dowell family since the early 1900â€™s. 4BR, 2BA, Lg. rooms w/beautiful woodwork. These two homes are priced together and owners reserve rights to sell Victorian first. Qualified buyers w/proof of funds for showings please. $64,900 OFFICE/Duplex.Comm or Res. Newer furn. Lots of parking Code90836 $64,900 RANCH home, 2BD, 1 BA, lg level lot. Att. Gar. & carport Code 90236 $ 85,900 2009 RANCH-never occupied! 2BR, 1BA, all on one floor! Code 90136 $ 89,900 STUNNING 2 sty. Victorian, 3 BR, 2BA, Res. or comm. Code 90826 $179,900 CONDO-sunroom, loft, handicap accessible, 4 bathrooms! Code90386 COUNTRY SETTINGS! $116,900 COZY Ranch w/ 2-3 BR, 2BA, jetted tub,Det. Gar. 2 ac. Code 90796 $134,900 RANCH HOME on 6.1 ac. 3BR, 3BA, Det. Gar. 1st flr lndry Code 90816 $199,900 LAND! $31,900 $14,500
BEAUTIFUL Kitchen, 3BD, 2BA att. & det. garages. Pool
Lake Mohawk double lots, slightly sloped, some woods. 1.25 ac. Corner lot with septic. Call for more details.
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Monday â€“ November 21, 2011 â€“ 5 PM Two Story Home features: Vinyl siding, Thermopane windows, recent roof shingles. Large country kitchen â€“ Large living room â€“ 1st floor bedroom & half bath â€“ Upstairs has three bedrooms & full bath. Public water & sewer. Immediate possession. Great home or investment â€“ Open for inspection 1 hour before. AUCTIONEER/REALTOR: EuGene F. Kiko, C.A.I., ext 112 KIKO Auctioneers 2805 Fulton Dr. NW, Canton, OH. 44718 (330) 455-9357 www.kikoauctions.com (45,46)
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$ 32,500 3 bdrm 2 ba dbl wide to move Nice! $ 39,500 2 bdrm 2 bath M. home 7568 Hilltop St. SW 44615 $ 47,200 2 bdrm CABIN (nice!) 2053 Wedge Rd. 44615 $ 49,900 2 bdrm 1 bath NICE! 3078 Alliance Rd. 44644 $ 59,900 3 bdrm 1 bath Colonial 26840 St Rt 30 44427 $ 68,500 4 bdrm 2 bth Farm House on 2 AC 1043 Mobile Rd. NE 44615 NEW LIST! $79,900 3 bdrm 2ba b-level NICE! 4040 Paris Ave. 44657 NEW LIST! $99,900 3 bdrm 2ba Ranch w/bldgs 6286 Germano Rd. 44615 NEW LIST! $107,000 3 bdrm bungalow, bldg, NICE! 3119 Apollo Rd. 44615 $130,000 3 bedrm 3 bath Ranch on 2 AC 4055 Jade Rd. NW 44615 REDUCED! $120,000 5 bdrm 2 bath, poss offices 55 2nd St. SE 44615 $147,000 8 AC MINI FARM! w/minerals 6252 Germano Rd. NEW LIST! $169,900 2 bdrm 2ba CONDO 1169 Lake Dr. NW 44615 MAKE OFFER! 3 bdrm 3ba 17AC Log Home 8248 Hickory Nut Run 43903 $359,000 4 bdrm, 4 bath, 39 Acres NW Carroll Co. Secluded
BUILDING LOTS & ACREAGES
$ 11,400 3.08 Acres Lot #25 Claybrook Ridge $ 11,300 2.965 Acres Lot #24 Claybrook Ridge $ 25,900 .7 AC Lot w/UTILITIES Overlook Acres $ 32,500 1.2 AC Lot w/UTILITIES Overlook Acres $ 39,500 15.67 Acres Lots #26&27 Claybrook Ridge $ 45,000 20 AC w/pond Perry Twp. $111,900 15 AC free gas Atwood Lake Jarrin 330-324-7734 - Carole 330-627-5717 Alan 330-260-0315 - Eric 330-704-7166 Patti 330-223-1492 - Bill 330-323-4832 Broker: Bonnie 330-863-0265 - Brenda 330-705-6221 330-627-2350 Office www.newellrealtyandauction.com