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Repella defeats Olivito in race for Common Pleas judge Republican Michael Repella II defeated incumbent Democrat Dominick Olivito Jr. for Carroll County Common Pleas General Division judge in Tuesday’s general election. Repella received 6,573 votes, while Olivito received 3,338. “Thank you. To all those who supported my campaign by donating their time, money and words of encouragement, I couldn’t have won without you,” said Repella in a statement. “Thank you to everyone who put their trust in me and gave me their vote.” “To my wife, Sarah, I love you. I will be forever grateful for the sacrifices that you and our children have made over the past year,” he continued. “I look forward to serving everyone in the county as your judge,” he said. Repella said he will focus on establishing a drug court and hopes to amend the county’s rules regarding child custody within the first month in office.

Veterans Day services planned throughout Carroll County area

MICHAEL REPELLA II

DOMINICK OLIVITO JR.

Repella’s term will begin Jan. 1, 2019. Olivito had served as common pleas

judge for 12 years. He did not provide a statement before press time.

Friendship Center levy passes 3-1 Several Carroll Countians were happy to see the .5-mill tax levy renewal for the Friendship Center approved at Tuesday’s Nov. 6 General Election. The levy reportedly was approved by an unofficial vote of 7,234 for and 2,879 against. Commenting on the levy approval, Tonya Myers, director of the Carroll County Council on Aging/Friendship Center, said: “I would like to offer a heartfelt thank-you to Carroll County voters for your continued support of the Friendship

Carrollton’s annual Veterans Day service will be held Monday, Nov. 12, at 11 a.m. at Westview Cemetery. The speaker will be Charles (Chuck) Pearson, a US Marine Corps retired Captain and former conductor of the U. S. Marine Corps band. The service will be conducted by members of Fighting McCook Post 3301, Veterans of Foreign Wars, who will have a color guard and firing squad. Malvern’s Valley Post 375 of the American Legion is inviting veterans, their families and the public to attend an open house and meal Monday, Nov. 12, from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. in the canteen at the Post Home, 203 S. Bridge St., Malvern. Minerva Middle School will host a service for veterans at 9 a.m. Monday, Nov. 12, in the gymnasium.

Center’s 0.5-mill renewal levy for the support of maintaining senior services and facilities.” “We are blessed to live in a caring and giving community. We will continue to offer the same services and grow as much as we can these next five years. We look forward to paying you back with services offered to the Seniors of Carroll County,” she noted. “Please stop by and see YOUR ‘Friendship Center,’ have lunch and see more of what we do,” Myers said.

ELECTION 2018 November 6, 2018

Candidates Carroll County Auditor

(Term Beginning 3-11-19)

Republican

Lynn Fairclough

8,233

Commissioner

(Term Beginning 1-1-19)

Republican

Jeffrey Ohler

8,242

Court of Common Pleas Judge General Division

(Term Beginning 1-1-19)

Democrat

Dominick Olivito Jr. Republican

3,338

Michael Repella II 6,573 Issues Carroll County: Renewal, 1.7 mills,

general construction, reconstruction, resurfacing and repair of roads and bridges, five years, commencing in 2019. For 6,099 Against 4,032 Carroll County: Renewal, 0.5 mill, providing and maintaining senior citizens services or facilities (Friendship Center), five years, commencing in 2019. For 7,234 Against 2,879 Carroll County: Renewal, 3.6 mills, operation of community programs and services authorized by County Boards of Developmental Disabilities (Carroll Hills Program) for the acquisition, renovation, financing, maintenance and operation of developmental disabilities or for both, 10 years, commencing in 2019. For 6,523 Against 3,639 Village of Dellroy: Renewal, 1.26 mills, fire equipment for the Dellroy Community Fire Department, five years, commencing in 2019. For 87 Against 19 Village of Minerva: Renewal, 1.2 mills, recreational purposes, five years, commencing in 2019. For 833 Against 395 Village of Minerva: Renewal, 0.3 mill, providing and maintaining senior citizens services or facilities of the Minerva Senior Center, five years, commencing in 2019. For 624 Against 505 East Township: Renewal, 1 mill, general construction, reconstruction, resurfacing and repair of roads and

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bridges, five years, commencing in 2019. For 209 Against 95 Monroe Township: Renewal, 2 mills, benefit of Monroe Township Dellroy Fire District 1 (excluding the Village of Dellroy), providing and maintaining fire apparatus, appliances, buildings or sites therefor; or sources of water supply and materials therefor; or the establishment and maintenance of lines of fire alarm telegraph, or the payment of part-time or volunteer firemen or firefighting companies to operate the same, or to purchase ambulance equipment, or to provide ambulance or emergency medical services operated by a fire department or firefighting company, five years, commencing in 2019. For 362 Against 85 Orange Township: Renewal, 0.9 mill, general construction, reconstruction, resurfacing and repair or roads and bridges, five years, commencing in 2018. For 206 Against 112 Rose Township: Renewal, benefit of Rose Township (excluding the Village of Magnolia), general construction, reconstruction, resurfacing and repairs of streets, roads and bridges, five years, commencing in 2018. For 314 Against 208 Center Township: Local Option – Sale of wine and mixed beverages and spirituous liquor be permitted for sale on Sunday between 11 a.m. and midnight by Fighting McCook VFW Post 3301, an applicant for a D-6 liquor permit authorizing on/off premise sales who is engaged in the business of operating a community and veterans service organization at 2291 Chase Road, SE, Carrollton. For 285 Against 212 Center Township: Local Option – Sale of beer, wine mixed beverages and spirituous liquor be permitted by Carroll County Park District dba Bluebird Farm Park, an applicant for a D-1, D-2, D-3, D-5 D5i liquor permits authorizing on/off premise sales who is engaged in the business of operating a restaurant and special event venue at 190 Alamo Road, SE, Carrollton. For 305 Against 193 Center Township: Local Option – Sale of wine and mixed beverages and

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spirituous liquor be permitted for sale on Sunday between 10 a.m. and midnight by Carroll County Park District dba Bluebird Farm Park for a D-6 liquor permit authoring on/off premise sales who is engaged in the business of operating a restaurant and special event venue at 190 Alamo Road, SE, Carrollton. For 269 Against 228 Overlapping Issues Buckeye Joint Vocation School:

Renewal, 1 mill, improving school building facilities, together with all necessary appurtenances, and providing equipment, furniture, furnishings and site improvements therefore, and providing for the current expenses of the school district, five years, commencing in 2019. For 18,874 Against 12,286 Edison Local School District: Renewal, 5.9 mills, current expenses, five years, commencing in 2019. For 3,598 Against 2,268 Stark County Library District: Additional, 2.2 mills, current expenses, eight years, commencing in 2018. For 41,267 Against 45,603 Puskarich Public Library: Renewal, 1 mill, current expenses, continuing, commencing in 2019. For 3,844 Against 1,395 Sandy Creek Joint Fire District:

Additional, 2 mills, providing and maintaining fire apparatus, mechanical resuscitators, underwater rescue and recovery equipment or other fire equipment and appliances, buildings and sites therefor, or sources of water supply and materials therefor, for the establishment and maintenance of lines of fire-alarm communications, for the payment of firefighting companies or permanent, part-time or volunteer firefighting, emergency medical service, administrative or communications personnel to operate the same, for the purchase of ambulance equipment, for the provision of ambulance, paramedic or other emergency medical services operated by a fire department or firefighting company or for the payment of other related costs, continuing, commencing in 2018. For 1,743 Against 1,812

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John Howlett proudly salutes during the Star Spangled Banner at Minerva Healthcare. Howlett was one of those honored by Community Hospice of Carroll County for their service to our country. Howlett served in Korea in the U.S. Army. Learn more about Hospice’s ceremony on Page 8

Fairclough, Ohler unopposed in races Carroll County Auditor Lynn Fairclough and Commissioner Jeffrey Ohler were unopposed in their quest for re-election to their respective offices Tuesday, Nov. 6. Fairclough, a Republican, received 8,233 votes. “I am grateful to have been unopposed and I appreciate your votes of support,” she said. “I will continue to serve as your county auditor with the same diligence.” Ohler, also a Republican, received 8,242 votes. “Thank you to the voters of Carroll County. I have been honored and proud to serve you for the last eight

years,” he stated. “I will meet the challenges in the next four years. I am thankful to have your confidence in my service by your votes of support. My goal for the next four years is to keep the county solvent. We need to make sure officer holders and department heads have the funds they need to do their jobs,” he continued. “I am looking forward to starting the water and sewer project finally. It looks like we have the funding and the paperwork in place to move forward and we hope to have it finished by the end of the year,” Ohler said. “I will continue to do my best for the voters of Carroll County.”

Residents pass Carroll County Board of DD levy Carroll County residents passed the renewal levy for the Carroll County Board of Developmental Disabilities 6,523-3,639 Tuesday. The 3.6-mill levy is for the operation of community programs and services through the Carroll Hills Program. “We are so thankful for the wonderful support shown for our program through the voters passing this levy. I am so proud to live in such a great community,” said Matt Campbell, superintendent of the Carroll County Board of DD. “This community rallies together to support those who are in need. The passage of this levy and so many oth-

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er DD levies throughout the years is evidence of the love and support from the community. I am also impressed with the community support through donations of time, money, and belongings to those in need. Thank you to all the staff, parents, family members, advocates, guardians, businesses, and friends of the program who donated money, items, talent, and time to pass this levy,” he continued “The passage of this levy means 314 individuals with disabilities will maintain services for another 10 years. Nu-

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County service building has structural issues By NANCY SCHAAR FPS Correspondent

Building Maintenance Supervisor Ed Eick updated commissioners about the condition of the service building located at the Route 9 communications tower owned by the county. Eick said that structure issues have been discovered with the walls and the floor. It was reported there is a 1/8 inch to 3/4 inch gap with the walls. The floor has developed a crack that runs throughout the building. The largest crack is in the middle of the room but many cracks extend from the center. Crack sealers have not worked and Eick discovered that ground hogs digging under the building is the cause for damage. “Moisture is into the building and will be a major issue. The next concern is the floor of the building,” said Eick. He advised that commissioners get quotes to build a new structure stating the current building is beyond repair, in his opinion. There is a 1/4 inch to 3/4 inch gap in the corners. All the corners are broke and there is a one inch wide crack in the floor, according to Eick. Commissioners agreed to seek quotes with estimates of repair costs and the cost to build a new building. Spencer Bendle returned to commissioners regarding the vacating of a township road that was never developed. The area under debate runs behind a group of homes on Breezewood Drive. The engineer’s office has been to the site and placed stakes to mark the road right of ways for

the county. The road was never developed and never planned to be developed, according to Bendle. The new owner of one of the homes in the development had been using the area as a road, driving on it and tearing up the turf and yard areas of his neighbor. His deed states that it is a township road, according to Bendle. Bendle did turn in a petition to commissioners from all the homeowners in the neighborhood except for the new resident. Commissioners advised the next step would be for Bendle to pay to have the road surveyed. If the road is vacated by the county, the land contained in that area would legally become the property of the homeowner. “It hasn’t been used in 75 years (since the neighborhood was developed),” said Bendle. In other business commissioners: - ADVISED the courthouse will be closed Monday, Nov. 12 in observance of Veteran’s Day. - SIGNED the grant application for the Victims Assistance Program for a total of $67,500. The grant is through Sept. 30. - WILL accept bids up to 9:30 a.m. on Dec. 3 for Project 3 for the installation of three septic systems through the Water Pollution Control Loan Fund. - SIGNED the lease agreement for four new vehicles for the sheriff’s department with Huntington Bank. - RECEIVED the dog pound report with eight impounded, three adopted out, five redeemed, none destroyed, one citation issued for no license and no citations issued for running at large.

Carroll County Police Report Police Incident/Crash Reports Nov. 2 – A South High Street, Carrollton, resident reported her daughter’s bike was stolen. It was a Disney ‘Frozen’ themed bike with training wheels and fringe. Nov. 2 – During a traffic stop at the intersection of Canton and Bacon Road, the officer called for the K9 unit and two hypodermic syringes, a glass

pipe, and other drug related items were found in the wheel well. The drive admitted the items were his and he was transported to the county jail. Nov. 3 – A car was stopped on Canton Road for a very loud exhaust when the officer smelled marijuana. The driver from Bolivar was issued a summons for marijuana and for the vehicle equipment violation.

Thursday, November 8, 2018

COMMON PLEAS COURT (Addresses as listed on Court records) Special Prosecutor Appointed by Olivito

On a motion of Carroll County Prosecuting Attorney Steven D. Barnett for the appointment of a Special Prosecuting Attorney, Carroll County Common Pleas Court Judge Dominick E. Olivito Jr. has appointed Atty. Jeffrey R. Jakmides and/or any assistants of his Alliance law firm to handle the second Ohio Supreme Court Case No. 20181495. The appointment involves a new Ohio Supreme Court case of Jeffrey Mangun, Chairman of the Carroll County Republican party, vs. Honorable Dominick (sic) Olivito Jr., Judge, Carroll County Court of Common Pleas regarding a public records request. Criminal Cases

Tiffany A. Sullivan, 36, of Cambridge Springs, PA, has entered a not guilty plea to a May 2, 2018, indictment charging her with theft from a person in protected class, theft and misuse of credit cards; bond set at $50,000 cash or surety and case continued to Nov. 8 for pre-trial. Lloyd W. Winemiller, 44, of 714 Prospect Ave. SW, Canton, has entered a not guilty plea to a Sept. 5 indictment charging him with aggravated possession of drugs, possession of drugs, driving under suspension and possessing drug abuse instruments; bond set at $50,000 cash or surety and case continued to Nov. 15 for pre-trial. The case of Andrew W. Foster, 26, of 224 2nd St. NW, Carrollton, indicted Sept. 5 for receiving stolen property, has been continued to Nov. 20 for a change of plea and sentencing; $25,000 recognizance bond set Sept. 13 continued. In a separate case in which Foster’s address is listed as 107 W. Main St., Salineville, the matter has been continued to Nov. 29 for a merits hearing on a violation of a five-year probation imposed June 19, 2015, upon conviction of theft from an elderly person or disabled adult. The case of Mark A. Hiner, 51, of 9500 Chalon Rd. SE, Scio, has been continued to Nov. 8 for a merits hearing on a violation of a five-year probation imposed Oct. 14, 2016, upon conviction of failure to comply with an order or signal of a police officer, tampering with evidence, possession of heroin, resisting arrest, driving under the influence and operating a motor vehicle bearing an invalid license plate or ID mark; $10,000 recognizance bond set

Oct. 12 continued. Brandon Lee Pool, 26, of 125 Forest St., Salineville, has withdrawn a former not guilty plea to a Sept. 5 indictment charging him with possessions of heroin, a 5th degree felony, and possessing drug abuse instruments, 2nd degree misdemeanor, and has entered guilty pleas to an amended indictment charging him with aggravated possession of drugs, also a 5th degree felony, and possessing drug abuse instruments. Pool was sentenced to seven months in prison on the felony conviction and 90 days in jail on the misdemeanor conviction, both to be served concurrent with credit for 39 days jail time served. The sentence also is to be served concurrent with a criminal case in Jefferson County. Angela W. Dupal, 31, of 1641 Sandwith Ave. SW, Canton, has entered a guilty plea to a Bill of Information charging her with aggravated possession of drugs, a 5th degree felony. Dupal also has withdrawn a former not guilty plea to a Sept. 5 indictment charging her with aggravated possession of drugs and possessing drug abuse instruments, and entered a guilty to plea to an amended indictment charging her with aggravated possession of drugs, a 5th degree felony while the 2nd degree misdemeanor count was dismissed; defendant sentenced to a five-year community control program on 18 conditions on both convictions, which includes a 4-6 month incarceration in the Eastern Ohio Correction Center. The $10,000 cash or surety bond set and posted Sept. 13, has been ordered canceled and revoked in the case of Joshua D. Kirkpatrick, 37, of 4152 Bonnie Dr., Malvern, who failed to appear at a Nov. 1 pre-trial hearing on a Sept. 5 indictment charging him with aggravated possession of drugs, drug paraphernalia offenses and driving under the influence; case continued for further proceedings upon apprehension of the defendant. Tyler R. E. Baitinger, 26, of 6 E. Main St., Apt. B, Dellroy, has withdrawn a former not guilty plea to a Sept. 5 indictment charging him with felonious assault, a 2nd degree felony, and domestic violence, a 5th degree felony, and has entered a guilty plea to an amended indictment charging him with aggravated assault, a 4th degree felony. Baitinger was sentenced to a five-year community control program on 16 conditions, which included a 16-day jail sentence with credit for 16 days

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previously served. Jason A. Cottrell, 35, of 9173 Jams St. SE, Lot 2, Waynesburg, has withdrawn a former not guilty plea to a Sept. 5 indictment charging him with domestic violence, a 4th degree felony, and entered a guilty plea to an amended indictment charging the defendant with domestic violence, a 2nd degree misdemeanor. Cottrell was sentenced to 90 days in jail, a $200 fine, and ordered to pay all court costs generated by his prosecution. However, the sentence was suspended in part and Cottrell was placed on a three-year probation on 18 conditions, which included a 20-day jail sentence with 2 days credit previously served while the remaining 18 days are to be completed before March 1, 2019. Substantial evidence has been found that Douglas W. Arkenburgh, 49, of 1217 Clover Rd., Minerva, has violated a five-year reporting probation imposed June 8, 2018, upon conviction of aggravated possession of drugs. However the Court has elected not to revoke Arkenburgh’s community control sanctions at this time and instead ordered a modification to include 30 days in jail with credit for 30 days previously served. The Sept. 5 indictment returned against Kara A. Betleyoun, 30, of 1433 14th St. NW, Canton, charging her with aggravated possession of drugs, has been amended to attempted aggravated possession of drugs on a motion of the Prosecuting Attorney as a result of plea negotiations. Betleyoun is also charged with possession of drugs, obstructing official business, failure to disclose personal information and possessing drug abuse instruments in the indictment. Matthew M. Pallaye, 32, of 718 Garfield Ave. SW, Canton, has withdrawn a former not guilty plea to a Sept. 5 indictment charging him with aggravated possession of drugs, a 5th degree felony, and possessing drug abuse instruments, a 2nd degree misdemeanor, and has entered a guilty plea to an amended indictment charging him with attempted aggravated possession of drugs, a 1st degree misdemeanor, and possessing drug abuse instruments. Pallaye was sentenced to 180 days in jail, ordered to pay a $100 fine, and all court costs generated by his prosecution, plus a 90-day jail sentence on the drug abuse instruments possession conviction, both to be served concurrently. However, the sentence was suspended in part and Pallaye was placed on a three-year probation on 18 conditions. Leona R. Hoopingarner, 33, of 378 Industry Rd., Atwater, has withdrawn a former not guilty plea to a Sept. 5 indictment charging her with possession of heroin, a 4th degree felony, and possessing drug abuse instruments, a 2nd degree misdemeanor, and has entered a guilty plea to an amended indictment charging her with aggravated possession of drugs, a 5th degree felony, and the drug abuse instrument possession conviction. Hoopingarner was sentenced to seven months in prison and ordered to pay a $100 fine on the felony conviction, and 90 days in jail on the

misdemeanor conviction with credit for 31 days of local jail time; defendant’s operators license was also suspended for six months commencing Oct. 31. Kimberly L. Muttersbaugh, 52, of 5100 Autumn Rd. SW, Carrollton, has withdrawn a former not guilty plea to a Sept. 5 indictment charging her with possession of heroin, a 5th degree felony, and possessing drug abuse instruments, a 2nd degree misdemeanor, and has entered a guilty plea to an amended indictment charging her with possessing heroin only. Muttersbaugh was sentenced to six months in prison at the Ohio Reformatory for Women at Marysville; defendant given credit for 25 days of local jail time and operators license was suspended for six months commencing Nov. 1. A capias has been issued for the arrest of Jessica D. Moser, 38, of 6807 Whitetail Dr., Dennison, for repeated violations of a five-year probation imposed June 12, 2015, upon conviction of illegal conveyance of drugs onto the grounds of a detention facility. Foreclosure Returned To Active Status

The foreclosure action filed March 1, 2018, by United States of America, through Rural Housing Service US Department of Agriculture at Columbus vs. Kurt A. Lumley of 1056 Orchard Ave. NE, North Canton, and Shelley J. Lumley of Colorado Springs, CO, et al, has been ordered returned to active status for completing the proceeding on a motion of the plaintiff. Dissolutions Granted

Casey R. Ramey of 16 Sherrod Ave., Sherrodsville, and Kevin S. Ramey of 5183 Brocade Rd., Amsterdam; petitioner restored to her former name of Casey Rae Stein. David P. Tozzi of 206 E. Carrollton St., Magnolia, and Dina J. Tozzi, same address; petitioner restored to her name of Dina Jane Picciano. Leigha C. Hartshorne of Box 333, Carrollton, and David J. Hartshorne of 7875 Mark Rd. NE, Kensington. Joseph H. Finnicum of 9229 Deacon Rd. SW, Bowerston, and Teresa R. Finnicum of Makinaw City, MI. Settlement Reinforced

Upon affirmation by the Seventh District Court of Appeals, the Court’s decision of July 17, 2017, enforcing the Global Settlement agreement between Mike Wynn of 3029 Brenner Rd. NE, Carrollton (plaintiff) and Defendant Wynn and defendants Waynesburg Rd. LLC of Hinckley, OH, et al, has been ordered enforced regarding a current amount of $651,390.19 due to Wynn. Protection Order Issued

A protection order has been issued against Donald A. Morgan Jr. of 11 N. Smith St., Dellroy, until Oct. 30, 2019, in a domestic violence petition filed Oct. 19 by Nikole A. Brinkley, anonymous address, against Morgan. Child Support Case

The balance of a previously suspended 90-day jail sentence has been reimposed with credit for time served in the child support case of Sue E. Finn of East Sparta, whose child support arrearages amount to $24,700.76.

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Oct. 25 - Deputies responded to a report of domestic violence at an Autumn Road residence. Oct. 28 - An unknown driver hit a light post in the driveway of a Harding Drive, Malvern, resident. Oct. 28 - A rooster was reported killed by a dog at a South Church Street, Sherrodsville, property. Oct. 29 - A report was filed about a domestic disturbance at

a Cumberland Road, Sherrodsville, residence. Sheriff Crash Reports

Oct. 27 – A New Philadelphia man was charged with failure to control after he swerved to avoid an animal while on Bachelor Road, near Magnolia. The man lost control causing the vehicle to spin around and he drove off the right side of the road, hitting a mailbox, fence and fence posts.

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Carroll County Recorder Patricia Oyer reports 595 instruments recorded in the month of October 2018. The monthly receipt for filings, uniform commercial code transactions and copies total $38,481.30. Armed

Services 2; Assignments 127; Deeds 197; Federal Tax Liens 4; Leases 14; Liens 7; Miscellaneous 3; Mortgages 98; Plats 1; Power of Attorney 14; Releases 116; UCC Filings 12. Totals: 595


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Free Press Standard | AREA

Looking Back

General Election by the Precinct Common Pleas Court

Compiled by Don Rutledge 60 YEARS AGO From 1958 FPS Files

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Roy A. Tressel defeated his Republican opponent D. J. Newbold to win the county commissioner’s race at the Nov. 4, 1958 election. Norma Bright was crowned Carrollton High School’s 1958 homecoming queen by Sandra Allmon. Members of the queen’s court were Carole Noble, Linda Marshall, Martha Herron and Thelma Jones. CHS Quarterback Homer Barnett received the games trophy following the Carrollton-Wintersville football game and also the trophy for outstanding player on the local team. 50 YEARS AGO From 1968 FPS Files

Elected to the four county offices at the 1968 November election were Harold Haun and Roy A. Tressel as County Commissioners; Perry J. Vasbinder, Recorder, and Fredrick Hemming, Clerk of Courts. Seven state highway projects were proposed for Carroll County in the Ohio Department of Transportation’s $1.9 billion budget, which included $4,255,000 as Carroll County’s share. Carrollton High School’s freshman football team whipped Minerva 22-6 for a 7-0 season record. The proud coaches were Gary Roof, Stan Wilamowski and Jim Clelland. Robert E. Young of Sherrodsville filled Carroll County’s Induction Call No. 223 for November into the Armed Services. 40 YEARS AGO From 1978 FPS Files

Winners in the November 1978 election included Dale Williamson, County Commissioner; Arthur Bowers, State Representative 98th District; William Hinnig, State Representative 96th District, and Douglas Applegate, U. S. Representative 98th District. Malvern High School Sophomore Stephen Foster placed fifth in a state candy making contest. The Carrollton Garden Club placed several new ‘Welcome’ signs at strategic locations throughout Carrollton. The Carrollton High School choir, under the direction of Mrs. Mary Anna Hutchison, scheduled the production of the musical “Brigadoon” for Nov. 16, 17 and 18. The Carrollton eighth grade football team, coached by Ralph Manos, ended the 1978 season unbeaten. 30 YEARS AGO From 1988 FPS Files

County office winners in the November 1988 election included Robert A. A. Smith and Richard Walton, County Commissioners; John T. Smiley Prosecutor; William Offenberger, Sheriff; Bryan Grubbs, Clerk of Courts; Patricia Oyer, Recorder; Charles A. Johnston, County Court Judge; William J. Martin, Common Pleas Court Judge; John Yeager, Treasurer, and John McClain, Engineer. A record of 72% of the registered voters turned out to vote. Michael A. Ward, 34, of Salem was hired as Carrollton High School’s new principal to succeed Assistant Superintendent Michael Maiorca, who served as interim principal since August, 1978. Jean Martin was appointed executive director of the Carroll and Tuscarawas County Drug Abuse Prevention and Treatment Agency. Dan Radalia, who led the Warriors during the past four seasons, resigned as Carrollton High School’s football coach. 20 YEARS AGO From 1998 FPS Files

Winners in the 1988 November election included Robert Herron and Terry Wagner, Commissioners; Ron Hood, Ohio House; Robert Hagan, Ohio Senate, and Bob Ney, U. S. Congress. Pat McAbier was welcomed as the new health commissioner/director of nursing by the Carroll County Health Department. Harry Hortsman, who served as director of Camp Aldersgate on Leesville Lake for the past 36 years, was honored at a retirement dinner at Atwood Yacht Club. Dawn Cogan and Brian Cogan, cousins and seniors, were named Students of the Month for October at Carrollton High School. The Minerva Lions upped their record to 8-1 overall and 5-1 in the Northeastern Buckeye Conference with a 77-6 win over Canton South while Southern Local held on for a 35-33 win over Crestview. 10 YEARS AGO From 2008 FPS Files

Nearly 70% of the registered voters went to the polls in Carroll County at the 2008 November election. Winners included Tom Wheaton and Doyle Hawk, Commissioners; John Campbell, Juvenile-Probate Judge; Mark Okey, State Representative, and Zac Space, U. S. Congress. The five Carrollton High School students who earned Advanced Placement Scholar awards included Karen Byrd, Kayla Borland, Christopher Hogan, Kelsea Mapes and Ethan Naylor. Carrollton freshman Kelsey Cogan placed 30th in the state cross country race for her first time and was among 147 runners who took part in the girls Division II race. The Malvern Hornets won their first playoff game ever by rolling over Bridgeport 49-14 to compete in the Division VI regional semi-final game.

County Road Levy

Repella

For

Against

County Friendship Center For

3

County Board of DD

Against

For

Against

Augusta

154

356

309

210

351

162

328

192

Malvern Minerva Brown A Brown B Brown C Lake Mohawk

134 185 131 103 109 219

225 290 208 224 260 435

239 275 185 174 188 388

127 183 171 160 187 310

284 333 216 207 238 466

82 144 139 121 136 230

290 309 207 191 214 439

80 168 152 142 164 258

Carrollton A

135

348

338

138

386

95

347

134

Carrollton B Center Twp. East Twp. Fox Twp.

175 127 86 108

430 366 207 221

452 332 170 207

160 163 130 126

509 393 195 224

106 104 102 103

443 326 178 205

171 170 124 124

Harrison A Harrison B Lee Twp.

218 127 113

394 286 243

346 239 191

283 170 166

434 315 252

190 93 103

379 269 222

249 142 129

Loudon Twp. 124

228

187

166

238

114

210

143

Leavittsville 127 Monroe Twp. 163

183 291

201 337

132 148

239 375

92 103

209 357

123 127

Orange Twp.

192

243

278

174

325

129

296

160

Perry Twp. Rose Twp. Union Twp. Washington Twp. Totals

129 198 131 150

241 357 298 239

212 341 279 231

156 255 152 165

277 388 330 259

94 198 104 135

245 353 283 223

127 239 151 170

3338

6573

6099

4032

7234

2879

6523

3639

County voter turnout Carrollton man killed by train-pedestrian accident exceeds 56 percent A Carrollton man died after being struck by a train shortly after his shift ended Thursday night, Nov. 1. According to a statement by the Salem Police Department Friday, Nov. 2, Carroll County resident Frank Leasure had just ended his shift at American Standard on South Ellsworth Avenue in Salem just before midnight. He and other workers at the plant use a parking lot that is across the train tracks from the company. According to the police report, it is a common practice for employees to cross these tracks to and from their vehicles. Leasure had reportedly stopped and waited for a westbound Norfolk Southern train to pass. It appeared Leasure had allegedly went inside the gate which was down, with red lights flashing on the signal at New Garden Avenue. When the westbound train had passed, Leasure allegedly

stepped out and into the path of an eastbound Norfolk Southern train that he did not see or hear, according to the Salem Police Department’s report. Leasure was struck by the second train. Salem First Responders were first to the scene with KLG Ambulance arriving shortly after. Leasure died at the scene. Salem Police are still investigating the incident and Norfolk Southern has an investigator at the scene, as well. An autopsy was to be conducted by the Columbiana County coroner. The Carrollton Police Department assisted with the notification of the family. The Salem Police Department advised all drivers to stop at railroad crossings that have red lights flashing, and if the railroad crossing arms are down, do not go across or through them. Please wait until the arms are raised, the lights are off, and traveling across the railroad tracks is safe, officials asked.

Apply now for winter HEAP The State of Ohio HOME ENERGY ASSISTANCE PROGRAM (HEAP) has been helping low income households reduce heating expenses during the winter months for more than 30 years. Application forms are available at area Senior Centers, Post Offices, Libraries, Social Service Agencies (DJFS, Salvation Army, etc.) and Foodbanks. The HEAP Winter Crisis Program may help those households who have disconnect notices on their gas or electric bills

or those that have less than 25 percent supply of fuel oil, propane, coal or wood. Income eligibility guidelines begin with $21,245 for a one-person household and increases by $7,560 for each additional household member. The program runs from Nov. 1, 2018 until March 31, 2019. If you or someone you know needs help to stay warm this winter, call the HARCATUS Family Support Toll-Free Appointment Hot Line at 1-855806-9650.

Carroll County voters turned similar to the rest of the state and country for Tuesday’s mid-term general election. According to the Carroll County Board of Elections, a total of 10,385 cast ballots – representing 56.7% of the 18,315 registered voters. Election officials also said the unofficial results included a total of 3,004 absentee ballots. An additional 147 provisional ballots are to be counted during the official canvass scheduled for Monday, Nov. 19, at 9 a.m. DD from PG. 1 merous jobs were maintained for Board staff, provider staff, and individuals with disabilities,” Campbell explained. “I know how valuable these services are to DD individuals and their family members. Thank you Carroll County voters for providing quality care for Carroll County citizens with disabilities.”

Edison levy OK’d by voters The Superintendent of the Edison Local School District is happy that the community supported the 5.9-mill tax levy renewal at Tuesday’s Nov. 6 General Election. The unofficial vote in Jefferson County was 3,598 For and 2,268 Against while the Carroll County unofficial figures were 70 For and 34 Against. “We are appreciative for the support for our students and staff,” Supt. Bill Beattie said. “We look forward to prepare with our next round of renovations at John Gregg and Stanton schools that has been made possible by the support of the community,” he added.

Find out what newly-elected Common Pleas Judge Michael Repella II has to say about winning the election on Facebook. Chris Modranski interviewed Repella after the polls closed.

The Free Press Standard will close Thursday & Friday, Nov. 22-23, for the Thanksgiving holiday. Early deadlines will be in effect for the Thanksgiving issue. Classified: noon Friday, Nov. 16. Legals: noon Friday, Nov. 16.

Editorial: 10 a.m. Monday, Nov. 19. Advertising: noon Friday, Nov. 16.

News items may be e-mailed to fps44615@yahoo.com or faxed to 330-627-5195. The office will re-open Monday, Nov. 26, at 8 a.m. The FPS staff wishes everyone a blessed Thanksgiving.

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Commissioners consider clock tower repairs By NANCY SCHAAR FPS Correspondent County Commissioners are considering their options as to what course to take to make badly needed repairs to the courthouse bell tower. Lauren Burge and Alice Sloan of Perspectus Historical Architecture of Akron shared with commissioners and Building Maintenance Supervisor Ed Eick the results of their findings after inspection of the clock bell tower at the courthouse. Commissioner Bob Wirkner said commissioners have been making repairs as funds were available in recent years but they seemed to be only applying band aids and not addressing the basic issues of repairs needed. The inspection of the tower was done not only by physically climbing the tower and inspecting visually, but the architects also used a drone to provide video footage of the numerous problems found with the structure. Commissioners have struggled for several years to find ways to keep the rain and run off from draining into the tower causing more damage. The actual size of the tower is very misleading to most residents. The tower sits on the roof and is five stories high. But the way the outer edges of the roof are constructed, only the top three stories are clearly visible. The structure is 64 feet tall. The bottom story is below the visible roof line from the street. The third and fourth floor stories are where the bell is located (covered by large louvered windows), and the top story is the clock and dome. Photos, drone footage, and a PowerPoint presentation showed commissioners that there are gutters with standing water, deteriorated windows, most areas with peeling paint, holes at the clock base, broken downspouts, a line of crushed masonry at the bottom of the top level, rotting timbers, masonry repairs, and much more. The good news is that the team was able to identify the source of water getting in and under the louvered windows that has caused a great deal of damage. And it is fixable. The estimated cost of all repairs is between $932,489 and $1,072,362. “The problem with that is we

have sticker shock. We don’t have a million dollars,” said Commissioner Bob Wirkner. “The biggest part of the cost is getting up there to the highest point. I think you should tackle as much as you can at one time due to the high cost of the equipment needed to get up there,” said Burge. The largest share of the budget is for the crane for workers to reach the top. The lower levels can be repaired using scaffolding. The cost would be about $250,000 to rent the equipment needed to reach the top levels. “This was much more than anticipated,” said Eick. “The bid climate is terrible right now. Contractors are really busy and costs are coming in high right now,” advised Burge. Burge said it would be best if the county did the work that was at the top of the tower all at the same time in order to save money and not have to rent all the big equipment a second time. Wirkner questioned if the project could be divided into phases to make it more affordable for the county budget. “We need options at this point. The courthouse is the hub of all activity. We have to preserve it. But until the auditor certifies our budget for next year, we don’t know what we will have available,” said Wirkner. Wirkner said the average citizen doesn’t realize how tall that tower is. He would also like to do what is needed all at once but if the money is not available that isn’t an option. “It’s a lot. But we do need to preserve it,” said commissioner Lewis Mickley. The courthouse was built in 1885 and replaced a small brick courthouse that was built in 1835 and sat in front of the current courthouse location. When the courthouse was built in 1885 some residents objected to the size and the cost, which was $109,900 and they called it the “Palace of Justice”. The tower’s dome has four clock faces and on top of the dome was a statue of a woman called the Goddess of Liberty. The statue was removed and replaced with a tall spire by the WPA in 1935. The spire was removed in 1949 and replaced with a county-village police radio tower. Following further discussion, Wirkner asked Burge to provide them with a list that prioritizes the repairs that are needed.

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. 1: Russell Pniewski of 3044 W.

Prospect Road, front, Ashtabula; Beverly Close of 808 Columbus Ave., Ashtabula; Michael Ingledue of 117 Summit Dr., Salineville; Joshua Plessinger of 1805 9th St. SW, Canton, and Michael Sizemore of 8150 Blade Road NW, Malvern.

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Obituaries Robin Jo Bloom

Robin Jo Bloom, 65, of Carrollton, died peacefully, Friday, Oct. 26, 2018, at Mercy Medical Center in Canton following a period of declining health. Born in the former Twin City Hospital at Dennison on July 31, 1953, Robin is the daughter of Wilma Engstrom Bloom of New Philadelphia and the late Robert A. Bloom. Robin was a 1973 graduate of Claymont High School. She loved bowling, shopping, eating out with family and friends, making trips to Tappan Lake, and drinking Diet Pepsi and playing Bingo. She enjoyed being with her friends and “family” at Country View Manor in Carrollton where she had resided for the past 12 years. She worked in the kitchen and gift shop at St. John’s Villa and most recently worked for Mayle Home Services helping with various secretarial duties. Above all, Robin loved holiday gatherings with her family and spending time with each of them. She always made sure that no one forgot her birthday as reminders and hints of the upcoming celebration would begin months in advance. In addition to her mother, Robin will be missed by her siblings, M. Jane (Bill) Erikson of California, Cindy (George) Armstrong of Uhrichsville, Robert “Bobby” (Renee) Bloom of Brewster, Rose King of Dover and Paula (Dave) Hill of Newcomerstown, as well as numerous nieces and nephews and their families. In addition to her father, Robin was preceded in death by a sister, Julia Ann Bloom and a brother-in-law, Robert King. A memorial visitation was held Saturday, Nov. 3, 2018, in the Linn-Hert-Geib Funeral Home & Crematory at New Philadelphia from 1:30-2:30 p.m. A celebration of Robin’s life was led by Rev. Dennis Rohn beginning at 2:30 p.m. Private inurnment will take place at a later date in Union Cemetery at Uhrichsville. Memorial contributions in Robin’s name may be directed to Countryview Manor 2193 Commerce Dr., Carrollton, OH 44615. The family would like to express deep gratitude to the doctors and staff of Mercy Medical Center in Canton for their care, compassion and attention to Robin during her illness. Those wishing to do so may send the family a personal condolence and light a candle in remembrance of Robin by visiting the funeral home’s website at www.GeibCares.com.

Mary Sanderson Marjorie L. Sanderson, 81, of Carrollton, Ohio, passed away Tuesday, Oct. 30, 2018, surrounded by family. She was born Sept. 4, 1937, to Mark and Connie Ferrall Barnes in Bergholz, Ohio. She worked at several local jobs and volunteered at the Algonquin Mill. She got a great deal of joy from helping others as a volunteer for Community Hospice for 20 years. She was a member of the First Presbyterian Church in Carrollton, where she served as a deacon, Sunday school teacher and superintendent on the church session, and along with Cicely Worthington, provided the church’s clown ministry. Marjorie has traveled to AK, HI, CO, FL, TX, CA and NC to celebrate special occasions. She was preceded in death by her son, Steven; grandson, Matthew Sanderson; granddaughter, Nichole Moser; grandsons, James and Jeremy Phillips; and son-in-law, Jeff Phillips. She is survived by her husband, Glenn Sanderson; 4 daughters, Rhonda (Greg) Sanderson, Sonja (Wayne) Moser, Connie (Jeff) Phillips, Heidi (Mike) Lafferty; 6 grandchildren, Scott, Jenna, Devon, Jeffrey, Eric and Adam; 5 great grandchildren, Clayton, Nichole, Tristan, Delilah and John. A memorial service is planned for Saturday, Nov. 10, 2018, at 2 p.m. in First Presbyterian Church with the Rev. Dr. Michael Doak officiating. In lieu of flowers, donations can be made in Marjorie’s name to the National Parkinson’s Foundation or Aultman Hospice.

Frank E. Leasure Frank E. Leasure of Carrollton, went to be with the Lord Oct. 31, 2018. He was born in Steubenville, OH to Ora D. and Etna (Knoup) Leasure. He is survived by his wife of 10 years, Bertha Leasure; three children, Angel Hines, Phillip Leasure and Ashley Lererance; several grandchildren, including two step-granddaughters, Brandy Brother and Gabby Irwin. He was preceded in death by his parents, a stepdaughter, Melissa Hawkins and a brother, Robert Leasure. Calling hours will be Saturday, Nov. 10, 2018, 10 a.m.-12 p.m. with the service to follow at the Allmon Dugger Cotton Funeral Home. Military services will be provided by the D.A.V. American Legion and the V.F.W.

Jerry R. Hendershott Jr.

Jerry R. Hendershott Jr., 32, of Waynesburg, passed away Thursday, Oct. 25, 2018. He was born Oct. 12, 1986 in Steubenville, Ohio. Jerry is survived by his parents, Jerry Sr. and Melissa Hendershott; brother and sister-in-law, Josh and Danielle; nephew, Nolan; his children, Alyssa, Khloie, Aliah, Carter and Brantley; and several aunts and uncles. He will be greatly missed by his family. There will be no formal public services. A private family service will be held at a later date. Dodds Funeral Home assisted the family with arrangements.

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The Free Press Standard will close Thursday & Friday, Nov. 22-23, for the Thanksgiving holiday. Early deadlines will be in effect for the Thanksgiving issue. Classified: noon Friday, Nov. 16. Legals: noon Friday, Nov. 16. Editorial: 10 a.m. Monday, Nov. 19. Advertising: noon Friday, Nov. 16. News items may be e-mailed to fps44615@yahoo.com or faxed to 330-627-5195. The office will re-open Monday, Nov. 26, at 8 a.m. The FPS staff wishes everyone a blessed Thanksgiving.

P. Blaine ‘Blackie’ Albaugh

P. Blaine “Blackie” Albaugh, 94, of Amsterdam, passed away Thursday afternoon Nov. 1, 2018, at Trinity Medical Center West in Steubenville. He was born May 13, 1924, in Amsterdam, son of the late Harry and Beryl Polen Albaugh. Blackie was an Army veteran of the European Theater in World War II and was a recipient of the Silver Star. A retired coal miner with the Y&O Coal Mine, he was also a member of the Amsterdam VFW. Surviving him are his son, John (Barbara) Albaugh of North Carolina; daughter, Martha (Paul) McKibben of Amsterdam; five grandchildren, Sean (Tina) Myers, Jonathan (Natalie) Albaugh, Erik Myers, Trevor Albaugh, Laura Dean; six great grandchildren, Vanessa, Maread, Hailey, Nathaniel, Evelyn, Blaine; and a sister, Sara Fankhousen of Minerva. Along with his parents, he was preceded in death by his wife, Charlotte, in 2005; two brothers and two sisters. Funeral services will be Thursday, Nov. 8, 2018, at 11 a.m. in Dodds Funeral Home of Amsterdam. Burial will follow in Simmons Ridge Cemetery. Visitation will be Wednesday from 2-4 and 6-8 p.m. in the funeral home.

Larry E. Miller

Larry E. Miller, 79, of Dellroy, passed away suddenly, surrounded by his family Oct. 31, 2018, in Aultman Hospital. Son of the late Paul E. and Pauline Miller, he was born Aug. 22, 1939, in Pennsylvania. His family moved to Ohio in the 1950s. He retired from the railroad where he was an engineer for Conrail, previously Penn Central Railroad. Together Again He was preceded in death by his wife, the love of his life, Nellie M. (Geiser) Miller, whom he married Nov. 28, 1959; his son, Randy M. Miller; and his infant great-granddaughter, Jocelyn Starr Hamann. His surviving children are Dixie (Phil) Pavick, Jeff (Jan) Miller, Debbie Handy (Adam Bowman), Julie (Scott) Stallman, Tracy (Randy) Wright, Becky Miller (Ray Myers); daughter-in-law Cheryl (Ron) Berard; 15 grandchildren; and 27 great-grandchildren. Survived by his sisters Tammy Williams, Clara Smith, and Margaret Givens. He loved the outdoors and was an avid fisherman and hunter. He especially loved bow hunting and the shooting sports. Calling hours were Sunday, Nov. 4th, from 6-8 p.m. at Allmon Dugger Cotton Funeral Home. Funeral services were Monday, Nov. 5th, at 11 a.m. Burial took place at Union Valley Cemetery in Dellroy.

Mary L. Morckel (May) Mary L. Morckel (May), 71, passed away Friday, Oct. 26, 2018. She was born in Carrollton, OH, Sept. 16, 1947, the daughter of the late Clarence B. and Flora (Williard) Walton. She was a teacher and retired from London City Schools where she taught mathematics and served as department chair.   She is survived by her son and daughter-in-law, Kenneth C. “K.C.” and Molly (Cahall) Morckel of Batavia, OH; daughter and son-in-law, Karmen and Shannon Griffith of Colorado; stepdaughter and husband, Jennifer and Scott Benner of Indiana; grandsons, Kenneth Christian Morckel, Hudson Joseph Griffith, and Andrew Benner; granddaughters, Aerin Carol Morckel and Gracyn Mary Griffith; sister and brotherin-law, Sue (Walton) and John DeFord of Carrollton, OH; and several nieces and nephews.   She was preceded in death by her husband Francis L. May; brothers, Richard Walton, Robert Walton, John H. Walton, James W. Walton, George E. Walton; and sister, Joan (Walton) Harsh.   In accordance with her wishes, there will be no services.  Richards, Raff & Dunbar Memorial Home has been entrusted with the final arrangements. Expressions of sympathy may be made at www.richardsraffanddunbar.com.

Helen L. Repella Helen L. Repella, 94, of Mt. Vernon, Ohio, formerly of Amsterdam, died Wednesday, Oct. 31, 2018, in Mt. Vernon. Born Nov. 12, 1923, in Bergholz, she was a daughter of the late James and Winnis Champion Carter. Helen was retired as a postal clerk in the Amsterdam Post Office. She was a member of All Saints Orthodox Church in Wolf Run. Helen is survived by two sons, Michael (Roseann) Repella of Minerva and Peter James (Michelle) Repella of Grand Prairie, Texas; a daughter, Thomas (Winnis) Wilks of Mt. Vernon, Ohio; seven grandchildren and twelve great grandchildren. She was preceded in death by her husband, Pete Repella; a grandson; two brothers and three sisters. Funeral Mass will be 10 a.m. Saturday, Nov. 10, 2018, at All Saints Orthodox Church in Wolf Run. Burial will follow in All Saints Church Cemetery. In lieu of flowers, memorial donations in Helen’s name may be made to the All Saints Church, the Alzheimers Association or the donor’s favorite charity. Dodds Funeral Home of Amsterdam assisted Helen’s family with arrangements.

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Applause We would like to take this opportunity to say thanks so very much to the individuals and businesses who not only sponsored but supported the Carroll County Fair Royalty Contest and donated items for the visiting royalty who came from other counties, as well. We had royals from Columbiana,  Harrison, Mahoning,  Stark,  Tuscarawas and Wayne counties, as well as visiting state and county beef, dairy and pork princesses and queens. We say this every year, but, first and foremost, thanks to the young ladies and men from ALL areas of our county, who took the time and cared enough about our county and fair to participate in this contest!  We are so blessed to have such excellent candidates for Fair Royalty, and just like previous years, it was a very difficult decision for the judges who felt that any one of the candidates was worthy of being a member of this year’s court. It seems that every year the judges comment on how tough the decision is and how close each candidate is to the winner’s score. That says so much about these amazing Carroll County youth!! We  have had the pleasure of being invited to other counties and their Fair Royalty contest events and without a doubt, these teens across the state of Ohio are all extraordinary individuals who are outstanding in their achievements at this point in their lives and our Carroll County youth were, once again NO exceptions this year!! They have been high achievers throughout their years of 4-H, FFA, Boy/Girl Scouts, etc and were all phenomenal and must be commended for these outstanding achievements over the past years, as well as the wonderful characters that they brought into this contest. They enjoyed showing Carroll County hospitality to Fair Royalty attending our fair from the other counties and they truly make all of us proud to be a “Carroll countian”! Next, I would like to thank Adele Canestraro-Velazquez (of the former Russell Jewelers in Minerva), Sheriff Dale and Lee Williams, Commissioner Robert and Diane Wirkner, Carrollton Country Flowers  (all Carrollton) for graciously sponsoring and donating  tiaras; Lion’s Den Sports Shop (Minerva) for donating the queen, king and their runner-ups and the princess and prince’s monogrammed T-shirts and ball caps for the king and prince. Also,  Pieces with Purpose (Renee Sprague and Emily Ulman, Carrollton) for donating monogrammed T-shirts for the entire fair court; Tinlin’s Print on Things (Dale and Bobbie Tinlin, Carrollton) for donating  monogrammed T-shirts; Mrs. Richard C. (Barb) Walton (Carrollton) and EmbroidMe (Alliance)  for donating the court’s sashes; Carrollton Country Flowers (Carrollton) for creating the court’s stunning floral  bouquets, given by the Suburban Garden Club of Carrollton; the  Carrollton FFA Alumni, BW Auto Wrecking and Sales (Bill and Cyndy Wells) (Carrollton) and EmbroidMe (Alliance) for sponsoring the queen and king chairs and Guess Motors Inc /Guess Ford Inc (Carrollton) for sponsoring

the queen, princess and prince’s chairs respectively. Also, the Carroll County Senior Fair Board and Prosecuting Attorney Steve and Jennifer Barnett (Malvern) for donating the Court’s trophies; Stoneman Law Office, Judge Dominick E. Olivito Jr., Martha Jones, Sean and Michelle Speedy, Judge Gary and Syndy Willen, Judge  John and Melanie Campbell, Workhouse Fitness, McFadden Insurance Agency,  Joe and Rose Seck, Georgette Huff, Carroll County Auditor Lynn Fairclough, Jeff, Darla and Devin Tipton (all of Carrollton), Sherman and Patti Oyer and Allmon Dugger Maple Cotton Funeral Homes and Ambulance (Kensington ), Dr. Ted A. Rath,  Minerva Vision Clinic (Minerva), and Prosecuting Attorney Steve and Jennifer Barnett and Sheckler Excavating (Malvern), as well as the Carroll County Senior Fair Board for the court’s savings bonds monies. Also, Ponderosa Steakhouse, Jimmy’s Backyard BBQ and Gioninos Pizzeria, Wendy’s and Carrollton Ace Hardware  (all of Carrollton) and Woods Grocery (of Malvern),  for donating gift certificates;  Jo Anne Truman, Dean and Donna Ott, Mark and Karla Wells, McDonalds, Riegle’s Auto Sales -Salvage and Repair, Huntington National Bank, Happiness is Homemade (Jessica Hale),  Carroll County Chamber of Commerce and Carroll County Engineer Brian Wise, Allstate Insurance, Guess Motors, McFadden Insurance Agency, “Jamby” Styles by Carol Tice and 2017 Carroll County Fair Queen Eliza Days (all Carrollton), EmbroidMe (of Alliance), DFC-Malvern (Damascus Friends Church, Malvern),  and Kishman’s IGA (of Minerva), as well as “Sencegence Consultant, Bobbi Jo Andes of Wisconsin  for gift bags for the court and our out-of-county royal guests, as well as Betty Kaye Bakery and Robert and Diane Wirkner, Barb Walton and Mark and Karla Wells  for the cookies and treats enjoyed by all at the royalty’s crowning ceremony! Many thanks also to the Junior and Senior Fair Board members and employees, the 4-H Honor Court and the panel of 2018 Judges: 2017 Fair Queen Eliza Days, Wilma Lambert, Violet (Vicki) Nign (Carrollton), 2017 Fair King Jacob Romeo (Bowerston) and John Ryser (Salem). Special thanks to Gordon’s Graphics, Inc. of Malvern for donating its time and talents to the fair royalty signage, Rodney and Connie Days, Guess Ford/ Guess Motors, Lozier Implement (all Carrollton) and Sarchione Ford of Waynesburg for the use of their vehicles for the royalty court to drive in parades this past year. Without all these individuals and businesses, this contest would not have been possible and we so appreciate their gracious donations and time! We look forward to working on this contest again and would welcome any assistance, donations, comments or suggestions. Contest Coordinators Karla and Mark Wells Diane Wirkner Carrollton

Malvern Park to receive major upgrades to the track By NANCY SCHAAR FPS Correspondent Brown Local Schools Superintendent Scott Bowling confirmed plans with Malvern council to make major upgrades to the track in the park in the spring. Bowling says the plan is to have the track rubberized beginning in March. They will construct a fence around the track and many trees will also be taken down that are around the track. He said he had a quote of $3,200 to take down the trees and to chip the limbs and stumps. “The school district is paying for it. If we’re spending $40,000 for the fence, we are going to make sure it is protected and no tree limbs are going to fall on it,” said Bowling. Bowling agreed to submit a written plan with the specific details about the project to council at the next meeting.

Grand jury to meet Friday A total of 20 cases are scheduled to be presented to the Carroll County grand jury which convenes at 8:30 a.m. this Friday, according to Carroll County Prosecuting Attorney Steven D. Barnett.

The construction of a dog park was brought up again by the park committee chairman Matt Moreno. It was reported insurance has been contacted and council learned there would be no extra charge for having a dog park. Street superintendent Steve Felton asked if water was going to be made available for a potential dog park, because that would limit where the park could be located. The issue was brought up before, but questions about who will clean up the dog park, how will different sized dogs and varying breeds using the park at the same time be handled, and other issues were not addressed. It was also questioned if dogs are not allowed in the actual park, how will they have access to the dog park which is proposed to be located within the park. In other business, council: - WILL be picking up leaves that are left on curb strips

through the end of November. No trash, brush or limbs will be picked up. Leaves that are raked into the street will not be picked up. - HEARD that medical insurance will increase $30 a month for 2019 which is a 5 percent increase. The cost will be split between the village and the employees. - APPROVED on the third reading an ordinance to regulate trees and shrubbery within the public streets and sidewalks of the village. It details what is permitted to be planted in the curb strips and how trees must be maintained. - LEARNED 70 tons of salt has been delivered. - DISCUSSED keeping a seasonal employee through the winter at reduced hours. - HEARD that the new climbing wall has been installed at the park. Two other new pieces of play equipment will be installed soon.

Marriage Licenses Kasey Brandon Jones, 33, and Tammy Renee Newbold, 33, both of 3064 Bergholz Road NE, Mechanicstown. Joseph S. Hostetler, 21, of 4080 Marble Road NE, East Rochester, and Lena J. Yoder, 20, of 9201 Andora Road NE,

East Rochester. Matthew James Hogue, 32, of 5804 Avalon Village Blvd., Vienna, and Kasie Rene Bush, 35, of 5201 Willow Dr., Malvern. Dale A. Lute, 55, and Maria L. Lewis, 54, both of 1212 Moccasin Road NE, Carrollton.

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On behalf of the Carroll County Animal Protection League’s Officers, Board of Directors and awesome members, we wish to thank all the attendees, the following individuals and businesses for their silent auction items and their monetary sponsorships to cover expenses for our 10th Annual Benefit Dinner and Silent Auction, held Oct. 27, 2018. We raised over $14,000 towards the continuing interior construction of our no-kill animalshelter located at 4901 Canton Road NW, Carrollton. We will have the total figures at our Dec. 6, annual meeting at the Friendship Center, located at the Carroll County Fairgrounds at 6:30 p.m. Carrollton - Stoneman Law Office & Stoneman Title Agency; Sunset Beach Tanning, LLC; Classy and Sassy Boutique; Tom and Wendy Willey; Ace Hardware; McBane Insurance and Financial Services, Inc; Carrollton Family Dental; Atty. Thomas Cranston Law Office; Matthew and Erica Zeedyk family; Sherman and Patti Oyer; Fred and Eileen Rohrer; Doug and Vicki Stephens; Murphy’s Russell Terriers and Boarding; Pizza Hut; Subway; Betty Kaye Bakery; Ulman’s Bakery; ELEM Electronics-Radio Shack; Advanced Auto Parts; Ashton’s Ben Franklin 5&10; Candlewood Suites; Consumer’s National Bank; Dr. Greg – Fair Vision; M&M Tobacco Store; CMR Automotive Repairs, Inc.; John Walters, DVM; Denny & Pat Roudebush; Touch Free Car Wash; Huebner’s Chevrolet-Subaru; D & D TV & Appliance; Bud’s Farm Toys; Tom Konst; Wendy’s; Family Video; Bill and Cyndy Wells - BW Auto Sales and BW Auto Wrecking; Ed and JoAnn Hilliard; Anonymous donor; Curt Adams, CPA; Gary Nist - Raymond James Financial Advisors; Jeff, Shelley and Brock Albaugh; William Martin; Newell Realtors and Auctioneers; Danny’s Detailing; NAPA Carson’s Auto Parts Supply, Inc.; Dave Bodo and Associates; Shane and Melanie Beohm; Sandy Russell; Rosalee Davis and Matt Davis; Mike and Michelle DiMura; Paul and Sharon Klein; Donald “Pete” Slates; Solstice Equine Therapy; Paperworks & More; A New Creation - Lisa McLean; and Lumber Service, Inc. Malvern - Jukebox Pizza; Crossroads Pizza; Furey Motor Company; Peggy Jocek; Sandy Schmucker; Grand Rental Station; Dona Young; Karen Polony; Mark & Cathy Cawthorne; Lake Mohawk Property Owners Association; Minerva Veterinarian Clinic; Crowl Lumber Co. Inc; Crowl Interiors & Furniture; Woods’ Grocery; Sonny & Lorna Whaley; AAM Metal Forming - Malvern Manufacturing Facility; Ray & Sharon Morgenstern; Sheila Sheppler; Sheryl Sheckler - Sheckler Excavating, Inc.; Janice Bungard & David Chociej; Debbie Border; Fox Auto Salvage & Parts, Inc.; West End Inn & Pizza; and Pastor Mark Wells - Damascus Friends Church.

Guest Column - Student Led Conferences By Todd Herman Superintendent,

Conotton Valley Schools

Students at Conotton Valley Schools participated in Student Led Conferences on Nov. 1. This approach will be replacing the traditional Parent-Teacher Conferences that we are all used to. This model will focus on the student’s perspective of learning. Each student has a Leadership Binder which will include goals, examples of work, a personalized education plan and assessments that help to illustrate where the student is currently and where they hope to be in the spring. The following are a list of reasons for using Student Led Conferences: 1. Growth is emphasized. 2. Important communication skills are developed. 3. Student Led Conferences empower students to take more ownership in the learning process. 4. Students learn how to self-assess and self-reflect. 5. We can learn from listening to the students’ point of view. The Conotton Valley Union Local School District is in their third year as a “Leader in Me” District. Student Led Conferences are a natural progression to the students becoming better leaders and taking control of their learning. We are very excited for this opportunity for our students to showcase their talents this year.

Minerva - Kelsey Edwards; Normandy Inn; Que Pasa Restaurant; Tropical Paradise Pet Shop; Grinder’s Restaurant; Kishman’s IGA; Kohmann Motors; Gordon’s Furniture; Rae’s Jewelry; Philip & Beth Zbasnik; Auto Zone; Three Sons True Value Hardware; Great Clips; and Subway. Waynesburg - Ziffycat Cat Condos; Bruce & Shari Hiller; Cibo’s Restaurant; Chris and Michelle Baum - Baum Trucking Co. Mineral City- My Pink Truck - Billie Huth. Sherrodsville- Shane, Mandie and Aiden McCort. Parma- Steven Smith. North Canton - Patricia Jacoby. East Canton - Vivian Jury. Canton - Quass Sheet Metal - John and Joyce Angerer. Kensington- Tamara Morrow. Greentown- Bruce and Rané Lane. Dellroy - Anonymous Donors. Louisville - Anonymous Donor. Salineville - Cheryl’s Crafts. Uniontown- Behr Cabin Crafts. Homeworth - Jay Ray’s Sweet Treats, Etc. LLC. Beloit- Mary Lou Godsey. Melbourne, Florida -Wynn and Su Arnold. Indianapolis, Indiana - Greg and Valorie Herman, and Sterrett. Alabama - Richard and Jerrilynn Evanson. We thank Marti McQuiston of Minerva, for donating her half of her winnings back to us in the 50/50 drawing! We thank Jay Gray, executive director of Pilot Dogs, Inc. of Columbus, for giving a very informative presentation on the Pilot Dogs, Inc. which give guide dogs to the blind and for donating our donation to him for speaking at our event back to us! Plus, the heartwarming and wonderful presentation of Ms. Rhea Dessecker of Canton, a graduate of Pilot Dogs, Inc. and for the story of her life as a blind person, and of her companion and guide dog, “Mystery”, who was by her side. We thank all our hard-working committee volunteers for organizing this huge event, collecting silent auction items, sponsorships, and to our awesome bakers for supplying the wonderful and delicious desserts. Thanks to one and all for all the support of our event! To keep abreast of our progress of our interior construction for the no-kill animal shelter, for Carroll County, visit our website at: www.ccapl. webs.com or our Facebook page. Any and all donations are welcome and appreciated to help us keep going! Eileen Rohrer Eileen Rohrer, President Carroll County Animal Protection League P.O. Box 353 Carrollton, Ohio 44615-0353

Clerk of Courts Report A total of $429,784.07 was collected in the legal and title departments of the Carroll County Clerk of Courts office during October. According to Clerk of Courts William R. Wohlwend, this included $18,743.31 receipted in the legal department, $1,076.56 collected and paid to the state of Ohio and $9,202.79 in fees collected and paid to the Carroll County treasurer, leaving $59,706.97 held on deposit in the legal department. Motor vehicles and watercraft tax collected and paid to the state amounted to $396,195.64 while fees and taxes collected and paid to the Carroll County treasurer totaled $14,845.12, Wohlwend said.

Filed in the legal department last month were 17 civil cases, 9 criminal cases, 1 appeal case and 2 Notary Public applications. Processed in the title department were 1,183 motor vehicle titles, including 845 Carroll County and 338 cross county; 3 salvage titles (1 Carroll County, 2 cross county); 266 Memorandum certificates (117 Carroll county, 149 cross county) and 282 liens (136 Carroll County, 146 cross county). Water transactions included 51 titles issued (15 Carroll County, 36 cross county; 16 Memorandum certificates (3 Carroll County, 13 cross county); and 15 liens (3 Carroll County, 12 cross county).

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FEELING STRESSED as a Caregiver? Powerful Tools for Caregivers is an educational series designed to provide you with tools you need to take care of yourself. Classes will be held at The Carroll Healthcare Center from 2-3:30 p.m. every Monday now through Nov. 26. Along with the class you will receive a book developed especially for the class, “The Caregiver Handbook”. Class sizes are limited and pre-registration is required. Contact Pat at (740) 435-4901 or toll-free at (800) 945-4250 ext. 4901 or Krystal at ext. 4719. BLUE CREW Prayer Walk in Dellroy every other Wednesday at 6 p.m. Check Christ Community Church calendar at loveled.org or Facebook posts for specific Prayer Walks. Have a prayer request? Contact 330735-2127 or cccmsa@loveled. org. THIS WEEK EVENTS

SCOTT TAGGART Veterans Salute Class at C.C. Arts Center, Nov. 9 from 6-9 p.m. Limit is 12 people. $35 or $ 25 for veteran or veteran’s spouse. Includes everything needed. AUGUSTA TWP. Tire Collection at the Twp. Maintenance Garage, Nov. 9, 8 a.m. - 2 p.m. Passenger car and light truck tires only. No tires on rims accepted. SWISS STEAK Dinner at Minerva Senior Center, 1200 Valley St., Nov. 10, 4:30-6:30 p.m. Adults $12; children 3-12, $6; and children under 3, free. For tickets call 330-868-6004 or stop at the Center. CRAFTERS NEEDED for Dellroy Fire Dept. Craft Show, Nov. 10 from 10 a.m. – 3 p.m. For more info. Contact Denise

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at 330-904-9389. 3RD ANNUAL Souper Bowl 5K Run/Walk & Kids 1K Fun Run at Atwood Lake Park, Nov. 10 at 11 a.m. and Kids Fun Run at 11:15 a.m. $25 pre-registration on or before Nov. 1, $30 after that date. $10 registration for kids. SPAGHETTI DINNER Nov. 10 at the Loudon Township Community Center. Dinner served with salad and beverage from 4-7 p.m. A free will donation will be accepted and all funds will be used to fund improvements at the center. THE MARK Dubbeld Family will be in concert at the Dellroy Nazarene Church Nov. 11 at 6 p.m. They are an awesome Southern Gospel Group with great family harmonies.  This is a free Concert. BAKED STEAK and Baked Chicken Dinner at Jewett VFD, Nov. 11, 11 a.m. - 1p.m. $10 adults, $6 child. Includes salad bar, bread, dessert & beverage. CARROLL COUNTY Democratic Central & Executive Committee will hold its regular monthly meeting at the Friendship Center on Monday, Nov. 12 at 6 p.m. VETERAN’S DAY Service at Westview Cemetery, Nov. 12 at 11 a.m. with speaker Chuck Pearson. Public is invited. COOK BOOK Club, Nov. 14 at 6:30 p.m. at C.C. Dist. Library. Theme is Soup & Sides. UPCOMING EVENTS

HERB Class 101 Make-NTake, Nov. 15 at 6:30 p.m. at C.C. Dist. Library. Cost is $5.00. Sign up and pay by Nov. 12. CHRISTIAN COMEDIAN Brad Stine will be at Mt. Pleasant UMC (89 Canyon Rd.) on Nov. 17 with his “The God

Experience” tour. This is a free event but a love offering will be collected. Any questions, contact Janice Lane at 330627-2219 or by email: mtpleasantumc@yahoo.com. LOUDON TWP. Community Center Annual Pie Sale Nov. 17, 10 a.m. – 1 p.m. Anyone wanting to donate pies or for more info. call Donna at 330739-4193 or Judy at 330-3235610. FISH FRY at Carrollton VFW, Nov. 17, 5-8 p.m. DJ from 8-11 p.m. LOUDON TWP. Community Center is holding its Annual Pie Sale, Nov. 17 from 10 a.m.1p.m. or until pies are sold out. Pies will be sold at Carrollton Dollar General Market. If you wish to help or donate pies, contact Donna, 330-739-4193 or Judy, 330-323-5610. CHRIST COMMUNITY Church to hold a Community Harvest Dinner at Dellroy Community Hall, 4 E. Main St., Nov. 18 at 5 p.m. Free to all. ADULT COCOA & Coloring, Nov. 19 from 10 a.m. – 2 p.m. at C.C. Dist. Library. CHRISTMAS GNOME Class with Lori Baughman at C.C. Arts Center, Nov. 27. Class limit is 8. Supplies included. $35. BOOK DISCUSSION, Nov. 28 at 6:30 p.m. at C.C. Dist. Library. Book is ‘Miracle on 34th Street’ by Valentine Davies. DEBBIE BARR Holiday Penmanship Class at C.C. Arts Center, Dec. 1, 1-4 p.m. $35. Supplies provided. CHRIST COMMUNITY Church children’s choir to present ‘Go Tell It on the Mountain’ Dec. 16 at 10 a.m. at the church in Dellroy.

Veterans invited to special service All veterans and those who are serving in the Armed Services are invited to a special Veteran’s Day service at 10:30 a.m. Sunday, Nov. 11, at Sherrodsville Wesleyan Church. It will be a special time for

honoring our veterans, those who have served and those who are serving, according to Pastor Dan Parson. The church is located at 73 N. Church St. Sherrodsville.

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Orchestra to perform WWI music Friday at Roxy Joseph N. Rubin’s Orchestra pays tribute to the music that won “The Great War” in “Over There: The Music of World War One” in commemoration of the centennial of the Armistice: Nov. 11, 1918. “Over There” comes to Minerva’s Roxy Theatre, 120 N. Market St., Friday, Nov. 9, 7:30 pm. Tickets are $20 each or two for $35 and are available at the Minerva Area Chamber of Commerce office, 203 N. Market St., or on www.eventbrite. com. Tickets are general admission only, and the Roxy Theatre is not handicap accessible. For more information, call 330868-7979. This concert will transport audiences on a musical journey through popular music of the war years of 1914-1918 by some of the greatest American composers of all time, including George M. Cohan, Jerome Kern, and Victor Herbert. Immortal songs “Over There,” “K-K-K Katy,” “Smiles,” “How Ya Gonna Keep ‘em Down on the Farm,” “Goodbye Broadway, Hello France” and more will be brought to life again in

Sherry’s Book Corner Hi kids! I am going to share a cool book about Thanksgiving with you! What makes this book one of a kind is the author used the alphabet to share such an event. For example, P is for Pilgrims. I think you’ll have fun reading it. And it is most colorful due to the illustrations. When you think about it, many people worked together to create a fine Thanksgiving Day. One woman thought it was important for a national Thanksgiving Day. Her name was Sarah Josepha Hale. She was a magazine editor. Every fall she filled her magazine with Thanksgiving recipes, stories, and songs. After many years in 1863, President Abraham Lincoln declared a day of Thanksgiving for the whole country. It was set on the last Thursday of November. And, just so you know, in 1941, Congress declared Thanksgiving a federal holiday. That is why you do not have school on that day! Also, on that day all government offices are closed. Until next time, have a fun and exciting Thanksgiving Day!                                                        Your friend,

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Lunch is served at 11:30 a.m. daily. Cost is $2. For reservations, call the Friendship Center a 330-627-7017.; Malvern Senior Center, 121 Wood St. (inside United Methodist Church, Malvern, 330-205-6654 – dial “1” if using a landline; Sherrodsville Center at 740-2692200, all before 8:30 a.m. Monday - Closed. Veteran’s Day.

Tuesday - Cream chicken/biscuits, mashed potatoes, lima beans, coleslaw, peaches. Wednesday - Spaghetti & meatballs, cauliflower, tossed salad, Mandarin oranges, juice, garlic bread. Thursday - Chicken fajitas, red beans & rice, Mexican corn, apple sauce, 2 small fajita shells. Friday - Beef noodle soup, cottage cheese, pea salad, apricots, juice, bread/margarine. Minerva Senior Center

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Monday - Gourmet pork chops, baked southwestern or sweet potatoes, Greek salad, fruit. Tuesday - French’s crunchy onion chicken, scalloped potatoes, pea salad, cake. Wednesday - Pot roast w/ potatoes, carrots, onions, coleslaw, raisin bread-pudding. Thursday - Stuffed peppers, mashed potatoes, tossed salad, yummy dessert. Friday - Baked turkey, bread dressing/gravy, green bean casserole, cranberry sauce salad, pumpkin pie.

Calvary’s Love to perform at Baxter’s Ridge Akron singing group, Calvary’s Love, will be in concert Sunday, Nov. 11, 6 p.m. at Baxter’s Ridge United Methodist

Church. The concert is open to the public and a love offering will be taken.

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Church of Christ (Christian Disciples) to hold Veterans Day service Sunday A special service to honor veterans will be held Sunday, Nov. 11, at 10 a.m. at Carroll Church of Christ (Christian Disciples), 353 Moody Ave. SW, Carrollton. Along with special recognition of veterans past and present,

there will be special music and hymns by Steve and Lisa Ball of Columbus, who dress in Civil War period clothing and present their music on genuine Civil War era instruments. Presenting the message will be Dr. Mandal Haas, who will

bring his own Civil War cannon to fire off several rounds following the morning service. An invitation has been extended to the public by the church Pastor Mark Statler and the congregation to join them in honoring area veterans.

Big Brothers Big Sisters to host gala auction Nov. 15

Hyssongs to perform Nov. 24 at Carrollton Bible Chapel

Big Brothers Big Sisters of East Central Ohio invites the public to its 17th annual gala auction on Thursday, Nov. 15, at The Tool Shed at Breitenbach Winery. The event begins with food, drinks and the silent auction at 6 p.m. with the live auction beginning at 6:30 p.m. Tickets are $60 for individuals or $100 for couples.

The Hyssongs will perfom Saturday, Nov. 24, at the Carrollton Bible Chapel at 6:30 p.m. Admission is two food items for the Loaves and Fishes Food Pantry. A love offering will be taken and a door prize will be drawn. For more information, please call Richard and Judy Cunningham at 330-323-9253 or 330-323-5610

Organizers are hoping to reach their goal of 100 baskets this year. Anyone interested in donating items or baskets are asked to call Olivia Scally 330339-6916 or e-mail oscally@ bigs4kids.com. For information about purchasing tickets call 330-3396916 or 888-364-5965 Monday through Friday, 8 a.m.-4:30 p.m.

BCC offering Veterans Day specials Nov. 6, 12 Buckeye Career Center is honoring local veterans by offering specials in the Joe Carlisle Café & Marketplace throughout the week. Veterans can take advantage of daily meat and floral specials in the Joe Carlisle Marketplace, while they can also receive a free piece of pie in the Joe Carlisle Café Friday,

Nov. 9. A free cup of coffee will be offered to veterans in the Marketplace Monday, Nov. 12. The Joe Carlisle Café at Buckeye Career Center is open Wednesday-Friday for lunch and the Marketplace is open Monday-Friday, 8:30 a.m.-1 p.m.

Tickets still available for ‘Our Town’ Nov. 9-10 ‘Our Town’ will be presented at Bell Herron auditorium on this Friday, Nov. 9 and Saturday, Nov. 10. Both performances will begin at 7 p.m. Advance sale tickets are $5 each and can be reserved by calling Mrs. Domer at 627-8228. There are 39 students present-

ing this year’s play. The theme of Our Town is looking at everyday life and seeing all the simple moments together that truly mean the most according to Alzana Nuzzilillo. Landmarks of Carrollton are featured as backdrops and many of you will recognize the historical images to be found on stage.

Christmas in the Village craft show is Nov. 24-25 A Christmas in the Village, featuring local crafters, artists and vendors will be held Saturday and Sunday, Nov. 24 and 25, from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. at St. James School, 400 W. Lisbon St. in Waynesburg. Special attractions will include free restaurant gift card giveaways every hour, a 50/50 raffle, Holiday Café with food and beverages and a Chinese raffle with prizes for several local artists and vendors.

Gotschall family celebrates five generations Bertha Gotschall (second from left) of Carrollton welcomed her third great-great grandchild recently. Evelyn Rose Patton, now 4 months, was the center of attention in this photo taken of the Gotschall family when she was 6 weeks old.

Evelyn’s mother (far left) is Brittany Patton of New Bern, N.C. She is joined by grandmother Dawn Fulton, (second from right) also of New Bern, N.C., and great-grandmother Carol Dorsey (far right) of Carrollton.

Mt. Zion Church to hold annual Thanksgiving dinner The smell of turkey will fill Mt. Zion Church Sunday, Nov. 18, for the annual free Thanksgiving dinner. Church officials said everyone is invited for some good food and fellowship starting at 4:30

to 6 p.m., where music and

comedy videos will be playing until the Community Thanksgiving service at 7 p.m. Mt. Zion Church is located at 2004 Bellflower Road at the intersection of Aurora and Bellflower roads.

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Mark Dubbeld Family to perform The Mark Dubbeld Family will be in concert at the Dellroy Nazarene Church Sunday, Nov. 11, at 6 p.m. This Southern Gospel group features great family harmonies.  This is a free concert.

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Veterans invited to Carrollton HS, MS Veterans Day assemblies will be held Monday, Nov. 12, at Carrollton High School and Bell-Herron Middle School. An invitation has been extended by school officials to all area veterans and their families to attend either or both of the events. Veterans, as well as any active duty servicemen and servicewomen, also are welcome to attend the assemblies at both schools. Fruit and coffee will be served to veterans and their families in the high school gym beginning at 7:30 a.m., followed by an assembly at 8 a.m. An assembly will also be held at 9 a.m. in the Bell-Herron Middle School gym where donuts and coffee will be served prior to the 9 a.m. assembly.

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Honored at the Minerva Healthcare and Rehabilitation Center are (from left ) Wilda Stone, wife of Gary Stone who served in Vietnam in the Navy; Blanche Wright, wife of George Wright who served in Korea in the Army; Nancy Howlett and her husband John Howlett who served in Korea in the Army; Pat Blaine, wife of Bill Blaine who served in the Army stateside; and Wilma Shafer, wife of Willard Shafer who also served in the Army.

Hospice honors veterans at Minerva Healthcare By NANCY SCHAAR FPS Correspondent

Pixie Furbee, Veterans Service coordinator for Community Hospice of Carroll County, recently honored Veterans at Minerva Healthcare. Spouses of veterans were also honored.

Furbee said Hospice always honor all veterans and their families for the sacrifices that were made on behalf of our nation. Furbee presented a brief program that included the Pledge of Allegiance and patriotic music. Each veteran or spouse was presented with a brass lapel pin and a framed certificate. They were also each given a hand held flag that had flown on a veteran’s

Edison Local sets Veterans Day services Friday, Nov. 9 Edison Local Schools will be honoring those who bravely served our country during Veteran’s Day programs Nov. 9. Edison High School will host its 29th annual event at 10 a.m. and feature students, faculty and local veterans. Classes will assemble in the gym to view the Boy Scout Troop Nos. 3, 20 and 41 leading the Color Guard, a performance of the National Anthem by the high school band and choir, and guest speakers from the Richmond American Legion Post 740 Honored Seven and U.S. Army SSgt. James

Gorrell, a 2005 EHS alumnus. The program continues with more patriotic music and readings and concludes with a performance of “Taps� and remarks from Principal Matthew Morrison. Meanwhile, John Gregg elementary school, between Amsterdam and Bergholz, will conduct its event that day with students inviting local veterans to take part in breakfast around 8:30 a.m., followed by an assembly. Stanton elementary school in Hammondsville will hold its own activity at 2 p.m.

Veterans Day program slated at Southern Local SALINEVILLE - Local veterans will be honored during the annual Veteran’s Day program at Southern Local Schools Nov. 12. It all begins with a free breakfast for past soldiers and sailors

in the cafeteria at 8:30 a.m., followed by a program in the high school gym at 9:30 a.m. Presentations include musical selections and speeches by students in all grade levels and the event is free and open to the public.

grave, a gift from one veteran to another, according to Furbee. They also each received a letter from Congressman Bill Johnson in which he stated “they were deserving of honor from a grateful nation�. “It’s a great day for us to honor you. We say thank you. Your stories need told so your legacy lives on,� stated Furbee. The pins were presented by Rusty McDevitt.

Barnhouse painting to celebrate Ohio Farm Bureau’s centennial Popular Jefferson County artist Dave Barnhouse has been commissioned to help Ohio Farm Bureau celebrate its 100th anniversary. Carroll, Harrison, Jefferson and Tuscarawas County Farm Bureaus originated the idea, and Barnhouse’s painting will be auctioned off at the Farm Bureau’s centennial celebration and annual meeting in December in Columbus.  A limited number of prints will be available for $125.  Anyone interested can reserve a print by contacting their county Farm Bureau office. The money raised will be split evenly between Ohio Farm Bureau Foundation’s County Impact Funds for Carroll, Harrison, Jefferson and Tuscarawas County Farm Bureaus. The oil painting, created for Farm Bureau, is representative of Barnhouse’s work. The scene depicts the softly lighted end of

Dave Barnhouse painting to celebrate Farm Bureau Centennial. Limited number of prints available for $125 by contacting Carroll County Farm Bureau office at carroll@ofbf.org.

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Whether our fathers, uncles, mothers, aunts, sons, daughters or friends, their dedication paved the way for our freedom! We’re taking this opportunity to say,

a calm seems to settle just before the dew. Windows are aglow in the feed mill typical of the period just after World War I. People gather in the gentle twilight. But there’s also a hint at what’s to come. Pickup trucks, a 1920 Mack on the left, and a 1919 Ford on the right, became icons of rural America. Barnhouse, a Jefferson County Farm Bureau member, was following his father’s footsteps as a steelworker when art beckoned. He went from being a “two week winter painter,� steelworker and singer in gospel groups, to full-time artist. He took early retirement 24 years ago to launch his new career. “I would have loved to have

sat at the feet of some great master or instructor, but I was totally self taught, learning as I went along,� he said. “I decided to paint rural farm scenes. Growing up in the country, I was surrounded by what you see in my work,� he said. “To my surprise there seemed to be a real interest in this subject,� Barnhouse added. To reserve a print contact Harrison/Jefferson Farm Bureau at 740-266-6603 (harrison@ofbf.org or jefferson@ ofbf.org) Carroll/Tuscarawas at 330.339.7211 (carroll@ofbf. org or tuscarawas@ofbf.org). For more information on Ohio Farm Bureau’s centennial celebration, visit ofbf.org/centennial.

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Local Eastern Buckeye Conference athletes honored By JORDAN MILLER

Sports Editor

LOUISVILLE – The Eastern Buckeye Conference (EBC) concluded the fall sports season with their annual awards banquet Monday night at Skyland Pines Golf Course in Louisville. Honored at the banquet were firstteam fall sports athletes from around the league. The Minerva girls cross country team headlined local athletes with a league championship, Runner of the Year (Nelle Yankovich) and Coach of the Year (John Williams). Minerva senior Taylor Lowmiller was named the boys soccer player of the year. The Carrollton Warriors were represented by 11 first-team recipients, 12 first-team athletes attended for the Minerva Lions. First-team Football Carrollton: Calob Dalton, Connor King and Brandon Daniels. Minerva: Dom Slentz Boys Cross Country Carrollton: Jon Russell Minerva: Joey Stafford and Nick Bledsoe. Girls Cross Country Carrollton: Camryn Barker Minerva: Yankovich, Sarah Carver and Jenna Cassidy.

Boys golf Carrollton: Jimmy Birong Girls golf Carrollton: Abby Shockey Minerva: Jordan VanMeter and Baeli Waller. Boys Soccer Carrollton: Oriol Farres Minerva: Taylor Lowmiller and Reece Calett. Girls Soccer Carrollton: Layna Pasiuk Minerva: Abby Chaddock and Alyssa Markins. Volleyball Carrollton: Sadie Green and Mac Tubaugh.

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Boys Soccer Carrollton: Jordan Poracky Minerva: Travis Brown and Christian Canonico. Girls Soccer Carrollton: Addison Irwin Minerva: Olivia Williams and Gina Slentz. Volleyball Carrollton: Allison Davis Honorable Mention Football Carrollton: Ryan Walker and Trevor Boggess.

Minerva: Logan Williams and Cam Givens. Boys Cross Country Carrollton: Alex Carrothers and Connor Rutledge. Minerva: Trevor Kirkpatrick. Girls Cross Country Carrollton: Ella Little and Emma Russell. Minerva: Kenzie Fountain. Boys Golf Carrollton: Coby Weiland and Josh Shepherd. Minerva: Charlie Bolanz and Lucas Kimble. Girls Golf Carrollton: Mallory Fox and Lexxus

Grimes. Minerva: Sadie Blum and Danielle Weiss. Boys Soccer Carrollton: Gus Pesta and Jacob Ford. Minerva: Nick Chaddock and Ashton LaCaze. Girls Soccer Carrollton: Kyra Bodo and Addison Ramey. Minerva: Audra Burman and Alex Ault. Volleyball Carrollton: Cailyn Bright and Chloe Glass. Minerva: Shelby Wheeler and Jayde Chuckalovchak.

Second-team Football Carrollton: Brady Benner, Connor Clark, Teagin Mohn and Bryce Carte. Minerva: Garrison Markins and Jimmy Common. Boys Cross Country Carrollton: Evan Days Girls Cross Country Carrollton: Micah Donley, Cindy Lewis and Mary Lewis. Minerva: Kala Eddy and Madeline Crissman. Boys Golf Carrollton: Drue Moore Girls Golf Carrollton: Erin Shockey and Regan Weiland. Minerva: Megan Keister and Makayla

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Carrollton athletes hold their first-team EBC plaques. CHS athletes from left are: Jon Russell, Abby Shockey, Jimmy Birong, Mac Tubaugh, Sadie Green, Camryn Barker, Layna Pasiuk and Oriol Farres. Not pictured: Calob Dalton, Brandon Daniels and Connor King.

Cards get blanked in playoffs, 35-0

CHS athletes recoginized at sports banquets

Boys golf

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Pictured above are Carrollton boys golf members who won awards at their banquet last week. Pictured from left: Josh Shepherd (Most Improved), Jimmy Birong (Lowest Average, Putting Award, and Coach’s Award), Drue Moore (Captain’s Award), and Coby Weiland (Rookie Award).

Girls soccer

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Pictured above are Carrollton girls soccer members who won awards at their banquet last week. Pictured from left: Kyra Bodo, Emma Bodo, Makinsie Phillips, Layna Pasiuk, Alivia Bentley and Katlynn Miller.

Boys soccer

AKRON - It was an sad ending to what turned out to be a historic season for the Sandy Valley Cardinals. The Cardinals advanced to the playoffs for the second time in school history, their first time being in 2015. For the first time since 1956, 62 years ago, the Cardinals were conference champions, winning it outright with a 41-6 win over their rival, the Malvern Hornets. As the No. 7-seed in the playoffs, Sandy Valley squared off against No. 2seeded Akron Manchester. It took them half of the first quarter to get on the board, but once they did, their was no keeping Manchester off it. Ethan Wright ran in a six-yard touchdown to put his team up 7-0. Manchester struck again, picking off a Cam Blair pass and returning it for a touchdown. Sandy Valley trailed 14-0 with 4:33 left in the first quarter. Akron Manchester increased their lead to 21-0 on the first play of the second quarter and added another touchdown with 2:52 left in the half. Sandy Valley trailed 28-0. Sandy Valley held Manchester scoreless in the third quarter, but they got the wheels turning for one more play in the fourth quarter. Akron Manchester broke off an 85yard touchdown run for the final score of the game, making it 35-0. Sandy Valley finished the season 9-2 with an Inter-Valley Conference North Championship.

Sandy Valley senior Dakota Clark (15) receives a hug from sophomore Reece Franks (4) at the end of the game.

COLUMBUS, Ohio – The Ohio High School Athletic Association has postponed Saturday’s (Nov. 3rd) state cross country tournament and is moving the championships to Saturday, Nov. 10, due to flooding conditions on the course at National

Trail Raceway in Hebron, Executive Director Jerry Snodgrass announced late last week. “While I wholeheartedly understand the impact this move has for all those involved in the event, this is the best solution for the safety and well-being of

Photo courtesy of Beth Lampe

OHSAA cross country state tournament postponed

our participating student-athletes,” Snodgrass said. “National Trail Raceway has closed the course due to flooding with the on-going rain we have had in central Ohio, so the conditions will hopefully be much better by next weekend.”

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Pictured above are Carrollton boys soccer members who won awards at their banquet last week. Pictured from left: Jordan Poracky (2nd Team EBC and 2nd Team East District), Jacob Ford (honorable mention EBC and East District), Gus Pesta (honorable mention EBC and East District), Oriol Roset Farres (1st Team EBC and 1st Team East District).

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Touchdown Club presents check for turf

Pictured above: The Carrollton Touchdown Club President, Carl Leonard, far right, presents Carrollton Superintendent, Dave Quattrochi, with a check for $39,150 to go towards Carrollton’s turf field. This was the fifth season the Warriors played on turf at community field.

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Youth wrestlers participate in novice wrestling clinic, tournament

The annual Novice wrestling clinic and tournament was held Oct. 30, 31, Nov. 1 & 3. Some of the high school and junior high staff, as well as wrestlers, helped to make it a success, says coach Ken Pasiuk. The purpose of this camp was to introduce the sport to first and second year wrestlers by teaching the basic fundamentals and rules of wrestling.


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Ohio to implement new law to deter distracted driving

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Attending the ribbon cutting for Cedar One Realty in Carrollton were (front, from left) Carroll County Chamber of Commerce Director Amy Rutledge; Tait Carter, agent; Grant Bake, agent; Joe Luckino, broker; and Carrollton Mayor William Stoneman; and (back) Deb Rodriquez, agent; James Lash, agent; and Luke Clay.

Cedar One Realty celebrates grand opening with open house

By CHRIS MODRANSKI FPS Correspondent

Carroll County has a new full-service brokerage and property management company. Cedar One Realty opened its current location in September 2018 and celebrated with a grand opening this past Saturday. The company offers a wide range of services for buying and selling real estate as well as providing rental homes and apartments in the Ohio Valley. In addition to Carrollton, the company has offices located in Wintersville (main office), Ohio and Weirton, West Virginia. The Carrollton office is managed by agent Grant Bake. Agents Tait Carter, Hunter Johnson and Luke Clay also work out of the Carrollton location. The group is eager to assist the citizens of Carroll County with their real estate needs. Bake, a 2014 Carrollton High School graduate, has been quite busy in his young real estate career. Bake obtained his real estate license from Hondros college of Business in 2016 and received the Million Dollar Producer and Cedar One Star award in his first year as an agent.

Carter, a 2010 Carrollton High School graduate who is currently serving her first term as a Carrollton school board member, is the former Carroll County economic development director. Carter will utilize her vast knowledge of Carroll County and the surrounding Ohio Valley region to assist her in the real estate field of both commercial and residential real estate. Carter obtained her real estate license from Hondros College of Business in 2018. Johnson, a 2015 Carrollton High School graduate, obtained his real estate license from Hondros College of Business in 2018. Johnson, who grew up in the area, is very familiar with Carroll County. Johnson will rely on his motivation and networking abilities to provide the best experience for his clients. Clay, a 2014 Carrollton High School graduate, obtained his real estate license from Hondros College of Business in 2018. Clay will rely on honesty, integrity, commitment, passion, accountability, perspective and his knowledge of the local real estate market as he develops his real estate career. Cedar One Realty is owned by Broker Joe Luckino of Wintersville, Ohio. The Carrollton office is located at 8 W. Main St. in Carrollton and can be reached by calling 330-476–6077.

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Learn about Ohio’s Manufacturing Extenion Program on Nov. 14 Representatives from area businesses are invited to attend a presentation about Ohio’s Manufacturing Extension Partnership on Wednesday, Nov. 14, 11:30 a.m.-2 p.m. in Ponderosa’s back room. The event is sponsored by the Carroll County Chamber of Commerce, Carroll County Commissioners and Economic Development. Reservations are requested by 4 p.m. Monday, Nov. 12, by calling the chamber at 330627-4811 or e-mail amyk@carrollcountyohio.com. Lunch, which includes the hot and cold bar and a drink, will

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Carrollton High School Honor Rolls Students in grades 9-12 named to the Carrollton High School Honor Roll for the first nine weeks grading period of the 2018-19 school year have been reported by school officials as follows: Distinguished Honor Roll 4.0 GPA Alex Adkins, 9th Grade

Students experience history on trip The seventh- and eighth-grade students of Bell-Herron Middle School had a great experience on their trip to Gettysburg, Pa. Students paid their respects at the Flight 93 Memorial in Shanksville, Pa. The memorial was built in the spot where the plane crashed on 9/11. The students also toured the battlefields at Gettysburg to learn about the important bat-

tles of the Civil War. These included Pickett’s Charge and students stood on the spot where President Abraham Lincoln delivered the historic Gettysburg Address. Above are some of the students on the trip. They also traveled to Annapolis, Md., and had a tour of the Naval Academy. The trip ended with some fun for students at the National Aquarium in Baltimore, Md.

BCC to host sophomore visitation days Nov. 12-14 Nearly 1,000 sophomores from Tuscarawas County, Carroll County and Holmes County will be exploring careers and programs at Buckeye Career Center Nov. 12-14. The Sophomore Career Exploration Days allow high-school sophomores to tour Buckeye Career Center and see the 35 high school programs offered to them for their final two years of high school. According to BCC Marketing representative Heather Coletti, the visits expand on recent presentations conducted by the BCC Marketing team to all local high-school sophomores during the month of October. “This gives the students an idea of whether the career center has programs that fit into their future goals, or maybe just peak an interest for expanding their knowledge. We recommend for students to join us for the visitation day so they are able to see it in person after getting a glimpse of what it’s about,” said Coletti. She believes an in-person visit is the only way to truly showcase all that Buckeye has to offer prospective students. “Smelling the oil, working on an engine, designing a t-shirt, cutting hair, these are all things that sophomores will see and do while visiting. I feel after they can physically experience their career options, sophomores are more confident in the decision of whether the career center is the right step for their future,” said Coletti. The students will pick five programs to visit during their oneday trip and will participate in various activities with current

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Sophomores throughout Carroll County will have to opportunity to explore the offerings of Buckeye Career Center this month.

Buckeye students and lab instructors. Buckeye will host more than 300 students each day during the sophomore visits. School districts participating include Newcomerstown, Conotton Valley, Claymont, QDA, Hiland, Indian Valley,

New Philadelphia, Strasburg, Garaway, Dover, TCC, Carrollton, Tusky Valley and STAR. The career exploration days culminate Thursday, Nov. 15, with the Buckeye Career Center Fall Open House from 5:30 – 7:30 p.m.

Nominations sought for CHS Alumni HOF Want to nominate someone for the Carrollton Schools Alumni Foundation’s Hall of Fame (HOF)? Nominations are open for any alumni or alumnus from Carrollton Exempted Village School District and former high schools within the school district (Dellroy, Augusta, Perrysville) who graduated at least ten years prior to the nomination (2007 or before). All nominations are due Friday, Nov. 30. The various fields in which awards for the HOF are given, including posthumously, but not limited to, include the

Camryn Barker, Josie Burgett, Jessi Cramer, Lindsay Hendon, Erin King, Kendall Mallarnee and Gavin Rininger. 10th Grade Emma Bodo, Cailyn Bright, Kail Campbell, Cecelia Corbin, David Hanson, Maddie Hoogstraten, Micah Hutchison, Elijah Lutton, Justin Naylor, Jocelynn Nuske, Justin Richardson and Rebecca Stoneman. 11th Grade Grace Barnhart, Jimmy Birong, Caleb Davala, Lexianne DeLeon, Olivia Ellington, Erin Green, Summer Long, Michael Schaar and Kylee Smith. 12th Grade Victoria Atkinson, Brycen Carter, Hannah Casto, Allison Davis, Olan Domer, Piper Eckenrode, Sadie Green, Olivia Kienzle, Connor King, Jaret Lane, Diana Luyster, Kira McHale, Ben Pasiuk, Makenna Penick, Samuel Pesta, Makinsie Phillips, Sadie Pozderac, Connor Rutledge, Samantha Soisson, Rickee Stidom and Mackenzie Tubaugh.

arts, athletics, business, community service, education, entertainment, health, industry, law, medicine, military, music, philanthropy, politics, public service, religion, scholarship and science. Nomination forms may be downloaded from the Carrollton schools website at www. carrolltonalumni.org. Click on the alumni link located on the left side under the main links. Forms and information may also be obtained by contacting Lori Bryan, a member of the Carrollton Schools Alumni Foundation Board of Directors, at the Carrollton

High School main office or by email at lori.bryan@carrolltonschools.org. Persons wishing to submit nominations by mail may obtain a form at the board office by calling 330-627-2181 to request it be mailed to them. Anyone may submit nominations and should designate what category in which they wish to submit their nominee. All nominations should be given to trustee members (listed on the website) or mailed to the Carrollton Schools Alumni Foundation, Post Office Box 616 prior to the Nov. 30 deadline.

Kadun Babe, Makayla Ball, Angel Bower, Lindsey Cox, Torryn Cross, Jordan DeCarlo, Hannah Dickson, Gage Escott, Blake Feiock, Freedom Green, Spencer Grindstaff, Austin Haney, Brandon Haney, Kellyn Harsh, Caydence Hartman-Shultz, Hunter Henry, Aleigha Higgins, Maya Keyser, Kristy Koenitzer, Jayden Lacey, Shaun Lebbano, Blake Lee, Faith Lewis, Scott Lewis, Henry Moore, Pheobe Moore, Olivia Nist, Tara Oberlin, Masyn Ohler, Logan Owens, Morgan Phillips, Douglas Rininger, Tenley Schott, Emily Sheppard, Domanick Speelman, Allison Stackhouse, Daniel Stephenson, John Tuckosh, Parker Varney, Keerah White, David Woolever, Ryan Worth and Kara Zacapala-Diaz. 10th Grade Jacob Baker, Jaden Barkan, Gustav Barnes, Kyra Bodo, Tessa Bodo, Elizabeth Bolanz, Brandon Brown, Aaron Clark, Faith Dillon, Anissa Flanagan, Jacob Ford, Victoria Frazee, Noah Fry,

More lessons in character and good decisions are coming to Southern Local Elementary with a lineup of programming throughout November. Guidance counselor Larry Rudloff kicked things off Nov. 1 by reading “John’s Choice: A Lesson in Honesty” to second-graders. The story tells of a boy who must make a decision when faced with a situation, and ultimately he takes the right path. Rudloff also explained five important tenets including honesty, responsibility, reputation, conscience and character. Two programs initially set for last month are taking place this week. Nickie Ostick of the Christina Shelter will host a program on “Good Touch/Bad Touch” for third-graders Nov. 8 while the Deputy Phil pro-

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gram is slated for Nov. 9 and will teach grades 1-3 about safety and good choices. The programs continue with The Great American Smoke Out Nov. 15 to help youth learn to live tobacco-free. Preschoolers to sixth-graders will receive special pencils to mark the occasion. On Nov. 16, they will have a special visit from Scott Phillis of Norfolk Southern Railroad, who will give a presentation on railroad safety to third-grade students in the school cafeteria. Subsequent events include a visit from the Ohio Optometric Association on eye care, including programs on “Sammy Safe-Eyes” for kindergarteners, “The Adventures of Rhet and Tina” for second-graders and “The Case of Vinny Vision” for third-grade classes. T

hose programs will include video presentations for the children. Cathy Grizinski will then speak to fourth-graders about the Help Hotline/Phone Friend Nov. 20, explaining the 24-hour service that is available if a student has issues and needs someone to talk to. After Thanksgiving break, the month will conclude with “Bullies Are Not Welcome in Our School” and wristbands will be distributed to sixth-graders as a memento.

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Mya Fuller, Jade Green, Mary Keane, Haven Krichbaum, Abby Laizure, Troy Lane, Ella Little, Nicholas Martin, Elizabeth McNutt, Isabella Meek, Kylee Mills, Rachael Mills, McKinzie Mitchell, Nicole Rummell, Thomas Rutledge, Jocelyn Sellers, Caden Smith, Alisabeth Steele, Frederick Tessanne, Talen Timberlake, Devin Tipton, Caydence Trussell, Joseph Ulman, Ashlee Vipperman and Luke Warner. 11th Grade Amber Bajornas, Haili Baker, Susanna Baker, Melina Bell, Brady Benner, Amanda Bentley, Lexi Brink, Abbygail Burkhart, Matthew Carlton, Alexander Carrothers, Adam Chaney, Carly Ferren, Brooke Fritz, Andrew Gotschall, Chyanne Grimm, Kayla Grubb, Mehgan Harsh, Kaylee Hartshorne, Charity Howard, Sarah Kean, Jessi Lautzenheiser, Felicity McDaniel, Mason Miller, Caitlyn Moon, Malina Moore, Lauren Mossor, Zachary Oboy, Shelby Rhodes, Jillian Rinkes, Neo Ruiz, Jett Russell, Emily Schaar, Montana Schmidt, Joshua Shepherd, Abigail Shockey, Haidyn Shuman, Britney Stallman, Macey Stevens, Jennie Stine, Logan Taggart, Harli Ulman, Hunter Varansky, Skylar Vipperman, Branyan Wade, Shelby Whaley, Kara Williams and Michelle Zheng. 12th Grade Kyleigh Ash, Kenneth Barkan III, Jaden Batty, Connor Baxter, MaKayla Bolanz, Brianna Burkhart, Raymond Crawford, Sydnii Davisson, Lacey Deem, Jared DeGarmo, Micah Donley, Caitlin Elliott, Lynden Ferguson, Brooke Geis, Chloe Greaves, Madison Grubbs, Olivia Harkless, Mason Henry, Zachary Hutson, Cole Hutt, Kinzey Imes, Shyanne Kirkpatrick, Pacen Koah, Erinn Leggett, Cynthia Lewis, Madison Long, Faith Loy, Kaiya Maple, Becky McRobie, Katlynn Miller, Leeanna Mitchell, Haley Moses, Lyndsay Mossor, Layna Pasiuk, Michaela Spahr, Miranda Stonemetz, Joseph Thompson, Alexis Tweedy, Maci Ulman, Spencer Varney, Regan Weiland and Kaylee Wyman.

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Follow these Thanksgiving travel safety tips this year The week of Thanksgiving is a busy time of the year to travel that’s marked by a large number of people traveling to see loved ones. In 2017, AAA projected 50.9 million Americans would journey 50 miles or more from home on Thanksgiving. While many people look forward to seeing their loved ones, the sheer volume of cars on the road during Thanksgiving week makes it a dangerous time to travel. A 2013 study examining the previous five years of data on traffic crashes in Alberta, Canada, found that long weekends have 18 percent more deadly accidents than non-holiday weekends. According to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, Thanksgiving is the most dangerous holiday for driving. The most recent data available from NHTSA’s Fatality Analysis Reporting System indicates that there were 764 crashes involving a fatality during Thanksgiving 2012. In comparison, there were 654 crashes involving a fatality during Christmas that year. This Thanksgiving, drivers should make it a point to follow these tips to ensure they get to their destinations safely and soundly. • Check the forecast before you go. Weather can be unpredictable around Thanksgiving. Conditions may be sunny one day and then cold and icy the

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next. Stay up-to-date on the latest weather forecasts and road conditions as you prepare for your trip, making sensible decisions about traveling if there is inclement weather. • Get your vehicle inspected. Have your vehicle inspected in the days before you hit the road. A mechanic’s diagnostic checkup and routine servicing, such as topping off fluids and changing windshield wipers, can make driving safer. • Keep your fuel tank more than half-full. FEMA suggests keeping the tank full when temperatures are extremely cold. This is because condensation can build up in near-empty gas tanks, potentially freezing fuel lines and leaving you stranded. • Opt for airline updates. Flights can be delayed or can-

celed when weather is poor. Many airlines will now text travelers who are subscribed to updates or frequent-flyer programs and apps. That’s a convenient and free bonus. • Plan for stops. Drowsy driving and distracted driving are extreme dangers across North America. Take breaks to avoid drowsiness, and only use a mobile device when safely pulled over at a rest stop. • Leave plenty of time. There are bound to be many travelers come Thanksgiving week. Build extra time into your trip so you don’t have to speed or rush to make it on time. Thanksgiving is a big travel holiday. Make it to family dinner safe and full of smiles by following various safety trips during your travels.

Stay safe this holiday season The holiday season is an exciting time of year, and it is easy to get swept up in the decorations, crowds and social engagements. Despite the joviality and revelry of the holiday season, there is also the potential to become a target of theft. Allstate Insurance says break-ins, package theft, online hacking, and pick-pocketing incidences increase around this time of year. As a result, it’s imperative that celebrants exercise caution come the holiday season. Stop the “porch pirates”

Shoppers are not the only ones eagerly awaiting the arrival of packages come the holiday season. Thieves are ready and waiting to snatch up items once they are delivered. Dubbed “porch pirates,” these criminals take packages off of porches when the delivery services leave them behind. According to a study by Blink, a video security company, residents of rural areas have a higher chance of being victimized by these crimes, which can occur anywhere. A 2016 survey from InsuranceQuotes. com found that roughly one in

10 adults has had a package stolen from his or her home before they were able to open it. To avoid such crimes, consider having packages sent to a business location where there are more people around to receive them or to a neighbor who is home all day. Other suggestions include requiring a signature through the shipping service upon deliver or requesting the package be dropped off in a concealed area. Be alert of your surroundings

While shopping in busy malls and other stores, keep track of the people close to you. Consider keeping credit cards and cash in an inside pocket rather than a back pocket or in a purse, which is more easily snatched. Exercise caution at ATM machines, guarding PIN codes and retrieving and storing withdrawn funds quickly. When checking out at the store, ensure that your card never leaves your hand. Many retailers now have chip-imbedded card readers that enable customers to complete transactions without handing over their cards.

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Because digital theft and identity theft spike this time of year, be sure to cross-reference purchases made against banking and credit card statements frequently. Alert banking institutions to any fraudulent purchases immediately so you will not be responsible. Then have new cards issued and prior accounts closed. Shop from secured sites, and only use secure WiFi connections. Keep gifts and purchases out of sight

Do not leave bags in the back seat of a car in plain sight of thieves. Hide purchases in the trunk or under a cargo cover in an SUV or truck. Also, do not advertise what you’ve bought or received to thieves by leaving the empty boxes outside. That big-screen TV box is a big giveaway that you now have expensive electronics in the house. Shoppers must be vigilant during the holiday season to avoid being victimized by thieves.

Tips for preparing for visiting elder guests for the holidays Homeowners may find themselves hosting senior guests several times throughout a typical year. These occasions can be wonderful opportunities for making memories, but homeowners may need to take certain precautions to ensure that guests are safe and comfortable. This may involve making some minor modifications around the home. Mobility and comfort needs for seniors may differ those necessary to accommodate other guests. Meeting the needs of senior guests may involve any of the following. • Make sure pathways leading to and from the home are level, cleared and easy to see. • If possible, add a ramp over stairs that lead to the front door. Ensure handrails are sturdy. • Remove clutter and excess furniture if a guest visiting will be using a walker or a manual/

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motorized wheelchair. • Remove accent rugs from a home, and be sure that any mats are secured with nonslip material. • Increase lighting in entryways, staircases and hallways, especially areas leading to kitchens or bathrooms. • If guests will be staying overnight, arrange sleeping accommodations on the first floor and/or in a room closest to the bathroom. • Well-placed grab bars in the bathroom can be an asset. See

if you can borrow a portable shower seat to make bathing or showering easier for overnight senior guests. • For long-term guests, consider replacing round doorknobs and other pulls with lever-action ones that are easy to grab. • Concessions may need to be made concerning interior temperature, noise levels and television viewing. Several easy modifications can be made to make senior guests feel comfortable when visiting others.

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The Free Press Standard will close Thursday & Friday, Nov. 22-23, for the Thanksgiving holiday. Early deadlines will be in effect for the Thanksgiving issue. Classified: noon Friday, Nov. 16. Legals: noon Friday, Nov. 16. Editorial: 10 a.m. Monday, Nov. 19. Advertising: noon Friday, Nov. 16. News items may be e-mailed to fps44615@yahoo.com or faxed to 330-627-5195. The office will re-open Monday, Nov. 26, at 8 a.m. The FPS staff wishes everyone a blessed Thanksgiving.

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COUNTY MUNICIPAL COURT Carrollton Police Department cases – Joseph Gar-

man of Lakewood, failure to yield road, $130 bond. Jason Dufrene of Houma, LA, speed (64/45), $130 bond. Cesar Ajtzac of Canton, no operators license, $125 fine, $70 costs; traffic signal violation, $50 fine. Todd McPerson of 1015 Emerald Rd. SW, Carrollton, drug abuse, $100 fine, $70 costs; expired license plate, $50 fine, $70 costs. William Shepherd of 439 High St. NW, Carrollton, dogs running at large, $50 fine, $70 costs. A four-day jail sentence has been imposed with credit for four days served in the case of John R. Heinzman of 7100 Dial Rd. SW, Carrollton, for a violation of a one-year probation imposed last Jan. 24 when he was convicted of driving under the influence/breath high.

Magnolia Police Department cases – Joseph Rafferty

of 22 N. Arch St., Dellroy, speed (29/25), $25 fine, $70 costs. Brian Breining of Canton, no seat belt, $68 bond.

Ohio State Highway Patrol’s cases – Freda Daven-

port of 2515 Bellflower Rd. NW, Carrollton, speed (67/55), $115 bond. Lucas Shipper of 9241 March Rd., East Rochester, speed (64/55), $95 bond.

State’s Carrollton Police Department case – Josh-

ua Morris of 2016 Arbor Rd., Malvern, driving under suspension, $100 fine, $95 costs.

Sheriff’s Department cases - Jeffrey Walters of Canton,

driving under suspension, $100 fine, $139 costs; lighted lights violation, $50 fine. Amanda Eberly of 206 ½ Penn St., Minerva, speed (67/55), $170 bond. David Buchman of 154 N. Main St., Magnolia, obstructing business, case dismissed due to defendant currently incarcerated. Timothy Stallman of 7117 Waynesburg Rd. NW, Waynesburg, disorderly conduct, $100 fine, $95 costs, 29 days of a 30day jail sentence suspended on conditions. Michael Christner of 5071 Citrus Rd. NW, Lot

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20, Malvern, assault, $200 fine, $127 costs, 159 days of a 180day jail sentence suspended on conditions; criminal damages, $150 fine, 69 days of a 90-day jail sentence suspended on conditions. Johnnie Nicholas of Akron, driving under suspension, $250 fine, $95 costs, 167 days of a 180-day jail sentence suspended on conditions, operators license suspended from March 30, 2018, to March 29, 2019; speed (67/55), $100 fine. Jason Ryder of Canton, driving under suspension, $100 fine, $95 costs, 27 days of a 30-day jail sentence suspended on conditions. John Heinzman of 7100 Dial Rd., Carrollton, driving under suspension, $200 fine, $95 costs, 177 days of a 180-day jail sentence suspended on conditions; failure to file registration, $50 fine. Earl Hasseman of Minerva, speed (74/55), $130 bond. Timothy Lanham of 7247 Lotus Rd. NE, Minerva, speed (66/45), $130 bond. Harold Vance of 3176 Mark Rd., Carrollton, assured clear distance, $20 fine, $70 costs. Eugene Burch of Salem, assured clear distance, $130 bond. Todd McPherson of Dover, failure to file registration, $50 fine, $70 costs. Allen Babe of 2035 Alamo Rd., Carrollton, failure to control, no fine due to defendant’s driving record, $70 costs. Timothy Waggoner of Louisville, driving under suspension, $150 fine, $70 costs; no tail light, $25 fine. Stephanie Favri of 54 N. Smith St., Dellroy, assured clear distance, $130 bond. State’s Individual’s case – Jeffrey Hinkle Jr. of 3027 Rowford Ave. SW, Massillon, receiving stolen property, complaint ordered dismissed.

ates of Norfolk, VA, vs. Robin Brady of 5216 Canton Rd. NW, Carrollton, $1,611.09. Portfolio Recovery Associates of Norfolk, VA, vs. Keith Brady of 5216 Canton Rd. NW, Carrollton, $1,879.17 Credit Acceptance Corp. of Southfield, MI, vs. Marcus McConn of Hannibal, OH, $7,264.05. Credit Acceptance Corp. of Southfield, MI, vs. Dustin R. Natcher of 8532 Bay Rd. SE, Carrollton, $6,911.67. Barclays Bank Delaware of Columbus vs. Michael Anthony Celano of 7146 Sycamore Rd. NW, Malvern, $6,179.01.

New contract note and money actions filed during the past week included:

Damages Action Dismissed

Civil Cases

Contract Note Actions

Portfolio Recovery Associates of Norfolk, VA, vs. India V. Mottice of 511 Amelia St., Malvern, $855.76. Portfolio Recovery Associ-

Money Action

Credit Acceptance Corporation of Columbus vs. Caleb Sweet of 1150 Lorric Rd. NW, Malvern, $9,714.51. Judgments Granted

Discover Bank of New Albany, OH, from Delores J. Scott Jr. of 770 Jones Ave. NW, Lot J, Carrollton, $1,280.87. Capital One Bank of Richmond, VA, from Todd E. Davis of 9354 Linden Rd. NW, Minerva, $2,331.31. Eviction Action Judgment

Roy Dailey of 7036 Red Brush Rd., Ravenna, from Larry Elkins of 1012 Canton Rd. NW, Apt. 7, Carrollton, $2,386. Contract Note Dismissed

Claim for $1,471.59 filed March 14 by Midland Funding LLC of San Diego, CA, vs. Johnny Stephenson of 9072 Salineville Rd., Salineville. Eviction Action Dismissed

Eviction action filed Sept. 21 by E. A. D. Enterprises, LLC of 94 E. Mohawk Dr., Malvern, vs. Michael Klein and Unknown Occupants at 115 N. Reed St., Apt. 1, Malvern. Damages action filed Oct. 17 by State Farm Mutual Automobile of Atlanta, GA, vs. De AnDre Tucker of Copley and Fedex Ground Package Systems of Coraopolis, PA, has been dismissed.

Legals ADVERTISEMENT TO BID Sealed Bids for the construction of SR 9 Waterline & Sanitary Sewer Extension for the Village of Carrollton will be received by the Village Administrator in Carrollton Village Hall at 80 Second Street SW, Carrollton, Ohio 44615 until 12:00, local time, November 30, 2018, and at that time and place will be publicly opened and read. The work for which Bids are invited consists of the furnishing of all materials and labor for the construction of approximately 1,632 feet of 10-inch waterline, 10,075 feet of 8- inch gravity sewer, 1,923 feet of 4-inch force main and 1 pump station. The estimated construction cost for this project is $1,680,000.00. Copies of the Contract Documents are on file in the Carrollton Village Hall at 80 Second Street SW, Carrollton, Ohio 44615; in the office of Engineering Associates, Inc., 1935 Eagle Pass, Wooster, Ohio 44691; and in the Dodge and Builders Exchange offices and are available for inspection by prospective bidders. Contract Documents must be purchased from the office of Engineering Associates, Inc. for a cost of $100.00 per set, none of which is refundable. Bidders are required to register with and obtain Bidding Documents from the office of Engineering Associates, Inc. The right is reserved by the Council of the Village of Carrollton, Ohio, to reject any and all Bids, to waive informalities or to accept any Bid which is deemed favorable to the Village of Carrollton, Ohio. By Order of Council, Village of Carrollton, Ohio Darla Tipton, Clerk/Treasurer Village of Carrollton, Ohio Published in The Free Press Standard November 8 and 15, 2018. NOTICE TO BIDDERS SEALED PROPOSALS WILL BE RECEIVED BY: Board of Commissioners of Carroll County, Ohio 119 S. Lisbon Street, Suite 201 Carrollton, OH 44615 FOR THE FOLLOWING PROJECT: WPCLF/HSTS Project C Sealed bids for the WPCLF/HSTS Project C will be received by the Board of Commissioners of Carroll County, Ohio, at their office in the Courthouse, 119 S. Lisbon Street, Suite 201, Carrollton, Ohio 44615, until 9:30 a.m. Local

Time on December 3, 2018, and then at 9:30 a.m. at said office opened and read aloud. PRE BID MEETING: All Bidders are strongly encouraged to visit each homeowners’ residence. Please contact each homeowner to schedule an appointment prior to viewing the property. The owner’s contact information is provided in the package. Plans, specifications and bid forms are on file in the Commissioners’ Office where they may be obtained or examined during the hours of 8:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m., Monday through Friday. Upon receipt of a $20 non-refundable fee, a printed copy of the bid package may be provided. Checks shall be made payable to Carroll County Commissioners. An electronic version of the bid package may also be provided at no charge by calling the Commissioners’ office at 330-627-4869 or by emailing a request to jleggett@carrollcountyohio.us and cmodranski@carrollcountyohio.us. The work covered by the plans and specifications includes: installation of 3 septic systems. Work shall commence on a date specified in the Notice to Proceed but all work shall be completed within 60 Calendar Days of that date. The terms of the proposed contract are outlined in the bid package. Bids must be made on the Bid Form prescribed by the Com-

missioners, shall be mailed or personally delivered in a sealed envelope at the place and time designated above and shall clearly indicate “WPCLF/HSTS Project C” on said envelope. Facsimile or electronic transmissions are not permitted. Each bid must contain full name and address of party submitting the bid and shall be accompanied by cash, certified check of the bidder, or a bid bond prepared on the form of the bid contained in the bid package. The Commissioners reserve the right to reject any and all bids, to waive any informalities or irregularities if it is deemed in the best interest of Carroll County to do so, and to determine the lowest and best bid. This notice is posted on Carroll County’s internet site on the worldwide web at http://www.carrollcountyohio.us/ commissioners/publicnotices.ht ml. Bidders may access this Notice via the internet by typing in the address bar www.carrollcountyohio.us and clicking on the button titled “Quick Links” at the top of the page, and selecting the link for public notices. BY ORDER OF THE BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS OF CARROLL COUNTY ~s~ Janice E. Leggett Clerk Supervisor Published in The Free Press Standard November 8, 2018.

LEGAL NOTICE Sale of Real Estate Carroll County Foreclosure Auction. Case# 2018CVE28997. Lakeview Loan Servicing vs Detchon, Barbara, Detchon, Michael A., et al. .The description of the property to be sold is as follows: Property Address: 7149 Sycamore Road Northwest, Malvern, Carroll, Ohio, 44644; Legal Description: Full Legal Listed on Public Website; Parcel Number:03-0000924.000 Bidding will be available only on www.Auction.com opening on 11/27/2018 at 10:00:00 for a minimum of 7days. Sales subject to cancellation and postponement.The deposit required is $5000.00 to be paid by wire transfer within 24 hours of the sale ending. Purchaser shall be responsible for those costs, allowances, and taxes that the proceeds of the sale are insufficient to cover. To view all sale details and terms for this property visit www.Auction.comand enter the Search Code 2018CVE28997 into the search bar. Published in The Free Press Standard Nov. 1, 8 & 15, 2018


Place your ad on the FPS website for only $2 per week! To place your classified ad call (330) 627-5591 Monday through Friday 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.

Thursday, November 8, 2018 Household

Misc. Wanted

Dark gray cloth sofa & love seat, like new, used less than 6 mos. Very good shape. Paid $900, asking $500 for both. In Carrollton. Call or text 330-458-9714. (38tfcweb) ___________________ Chair sale! All the brands! ORT, Jackson, Catnapper, Ashley, Best Chair & more! Gordon’s Furniture, Minerva, 330-868-1099. (45tfcweb) ___________________ Mattress & box blowout! Save on Ashley Sleep, Serta Perfect Sleeper, Symbol & more! Gordon’s Furniture, Minerva, 330-868-1099. (45tfcweb) ___________________ Sofas $339, $399; sectionals from $699. Great, honest deals. Gordon’s Furniture, Minerva, 330868-1099. (45tfcweb) ___________________ TV stands, all on sale! Sold assembled too! Large in-stock selection. Gordon’s Furniture, Minerva, 330-868-1099. (45tfcweb) ___________________

WANTED: Remington 1100 shotgun. Call 330575-4928. (45,46cweb) ___________________ WANTED: Standing Timber & Walnut Trees – Call Carroll County Logging, 330-738-2050 or 440-897-0863. (01tfcweb) ___________________ Guitars wanted! Local musician will pay up to $12,500 for pre-1975 Gibson, Fender, Martin & Gretsch guitars. Fender amplifiers also. Call toll-free, 1-800-9951217. (38ncb) ___________________ Old motorcycles wanted, 1901 – 1979. Any condition, any location. Call 614-260-6560. (45ncb) ___________________

Antiques & Collectibles Buying Estates! Buying antiques, furniture, primitives, small items – Anything old! Call 330-627-3276. (45cweb) ___________________

Misc. For Sale Bronco woodburner for sale, call 330-627-1793. (45,46cweb) ___________________

Real Estate 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 ___________________ COMMERCIAL PROPERTIES – Newell Realty & Auctions, 330-6272350. (01tfcweb) ___________________ CARROLL CO: Lee Twp. 56 acres, $154,900. Off Bay Rd. (C.R. 27) on Torch Rd. just outside of Carrollton. JEFFERSON CO: Ross Twp. 59 acres, 8acre well pad, $134,900. On T.R. 283 just outside Bergholz. BRUNER LAND COMPANY, INC. (740)630-6724 or (740)685-8138. www.brunerland.com (44tfcweb) ___________________

Help Wanted RETAIL STORE MANAGERS/TRAINEES: Discount Drug Mart, a leading retail chain in Ohio for almost 50 years with over 75 locations in Ohio, is in search of manager trainees in the Carrollton area. We are looking for energetic and self-motivated team players. Qualified candidates will have prior retail experience along with retail management career goals. We offer a competitive starting salary based upon experience and education. In addition, we have an excellent benefits package which includes medical, dental, disability, life insurance, 401k and Employee Stock Ownership Program. Please email resume to: Lcroft@discount-drugmart.com. Discount Drug Mart is a drug-free workplace. (45cweb) ___________________ NOW HIRING: Hilltop Learning Center has an immediate need for CHILDCARE WORKERS who have achieved their CDA certificate or associates degree in ECE or are in the process of obtaining one of these credentials. Please contact the director, Patsy, at 330-8630444. (45cweb) ___________________

fpsclassified @gmail.com PG. 13 Jomac LTD, a leading manufacturer of aluminum truck bodies and hydraulic cranes, is seeking a person with aluminum or steel welding (TIG or MIG) and fabrication skills. Must be able to read drawings and work independently. Also have a general labor position. Hourly wage, insurance, retirement & other benefits. Please reply to Jomac LTD, 182 Scio Rd., Carrollton, OH 44615 or e m a i l : email@jomacltd.com. (45cweb) ___________________ Nice’s Services now hiring group home weekend staff, providing services to ladies in the Waynesburg area. Call 330-546-5820. (4547cweb) ___________________ OFFICE POSITION: Looking for a PARTTIME RECEPTIONIST for a fast-paced office position. Must be energetic with great people skills. Must have general office skills with computer knowledge. Contact Carrollton Chiropractic Center at 330-627-7611 or email resume to: carrollchiro1@gmail.com. (43-46cweb) ___________________ Now hiring Class B CDL Drivers full & part-time. Also Mechanic wanted. Call Diversified Concrete, 330-627-1100. (44-47cweb) ___________________ Line Operators needed at plastic manufacturing plant. Full benefits, tiered pay scale, must pass drug test. Apply at 750 Garfield Ave., Carrollton, OH. (08tfcweb) ___________________ Schneider opportunities available in van, dedicated, tanker & intermodal. Team and solo. Local, regional and over the road. Driver benefits: $6,000 tuition reimbursement, paid orientation and training, medical, dental, vision, 401k. Sign-on bonuses up to $7,500! Call 80044-PRIDE or 800-28LEASE. (31ncb) ___________________ CDL-A Drivers: New pay & weekly home time! Earn up to $.49 cpm with

bonus pay + $5,000 sign-on bonus. Call 866979-1402 or SuperServiceLLC.com. (34ncb) ___________________ Drivers: Flatbed owner operators or company drivers with steel experience, home often. Industry leading pay & benefits. $1,500 sign-on bonus. Call 855-4006939. www.adslogistics.com (34ncb) ___________________ CDL-A Drivers: Great pay & bonuses + up to $10,000 sign-on bonus! Weekly home time. Call 877-277-7298 or DriveForSuperService.com. (42ncb) ___________________ Looking for self-starters with experience in media agencies, advertising, print, digital and/or B2B sales for a lucrative commission-based contractor opportunity. Commissions on every sale! Great income potential. No high-pressure sales. Sell when you want, how you want. To apply please email your resume & contact information to: jpark@adohio.net. (38ncb) ___________________ Brown Trucking is looking for Company Drivers & Owner Operators. Brown requires CDL-A, 2 years of tractor-trailer experience OTR or regional (multiple states) in the last 3 years, good MVR and PSP. Apply ay www.driveforbrown.com. Contact Randy Harris at 423-280-6206. (38ncb) ___________________

tions 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 ___________________ Carrollton – Furnished apartment. Cable, internet, trash pick-up & all utilities included. Call or text 330-418-3784. (45cweb) ___________________ 3 BR, 1 ½ BA totally remodeled mobile home w/added-on LR & WA/DR hook-ups. All electric (must go in tenant’s name). Non-smoking. No pets. First month rent, deposit & references required. Please call 330-324-3682 or 330-324-2268. (45,46cweb) ___________________ 2 BR, 1 BA mobile home in country setting located 5 minutes from town, $500/month + $500 deposit & utilities. No pets. Non-smoking. Propane heat. Well water, sewer, trash & lawn care provided. Stove & refrigerator included. Nice covered

porch. No washer/dryer hook-ups. Located off Rt. 43 North at 2418 Melody Lane, Carrollton. Call & leave message w/FIRST & LAST NAME & number or text 330458-9714. (42tfcweb) ___________________ 2 BR, 1 BA mobile home in country setting located 5 minutes from town, $500/month + $500 deposit & utilities. No pets. Non-smoking. All electric. Well water, sewer, trash & lawn care provided. Stove & refrigerator included. No washer/dryer hook-ups. Located off Rt. 43 north at 2422 Melody Lane, Carrollton. Call & leave message w/FIRST & LAST NAME & number or text 330-458-9714. 45tfcweb) ___________________ Downtown Carrollton upstairs 1 BR apartment, includes heat & water, $435/month. Security deposit required. Call Donna, 440-5903842. (44tfcweb) ___________________

Lost and Found FOUND: Dog in Mechanicstown area. Call 330-738-4600. (45cweb)

Classifieds work!

Garage Sales Multi-Family Garage Sale at 4030 Andora Rd. NE, Nov. 8, 9 & 10. Twin car bed for boys, 4 pc. queen bedroom set, new queen log bed frame, oak china cabinet, table & 4 chairs, Precious Moments collection, home décor, clothes & toys. (45pweb) ___________________

KENSINGTON GREENE

216 Kensington Road Carrollton, OH. 44615

330-627-0401

Now taking applications for ALL units. Gas heat, central air and washer/dryer hook-ups. Metropolitan vouchers accepted. Call today for an application.

ASK US ABOUT MOVE-IN SPECIALS “This institution is an equal opportunity provider and employer”

Place your ad here! Call us today! 330-627-5591 Large 4 or 5 Bedroom 2-Story Home w/Barn and 3.92 Acres Carrollton, Ohio

Family wants immediate sale and will sell on location at

2173 Arrow Rd., Carrollton, Ohio 44615 Directions: From St Rt 43 take Arrow Rd south to auction From Rt 39 take Arrow Rd. north to auction on Saturday, y, November 10, 2018 @ 10:30 am

Cash For Your Farm Or Acreage – Call toll-free, 866-893-5263. (01tfcweb) ___________________

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, limita-

I would like to thank all of our wonderful friends and neighbors for their thoughtfulness in time of my wonderful, most beloved husband, Delmar Burkhart’s death. Would also like to thank Allmon Dugger Cotton Funeral Home for the amazing job they did. Thank you to everyone from the bottom of my heart. Everything and everyone was greatly appreciated.

Thank you all, The Burkhart family (45c) ___________________

ABSOLUTE ESTTA ATE AUCTION Lucille P. Michel Estate

Real Estate Wanted

For Rent

Card of Thanks

Sale by Order of Co-Executors, Thomas Michel,

Auction Narbey Auction

Beautiful 71-Acre Farm With Quality Ranch Home – Built 2014 – 40’ X 75’ Insulated Steel-Frame & Beam Shop With Finished Living Quarters Built 2007 – Open & Wooded Land – Young Timber – High Tensile Pasture Salem Twp. Columbiana Co.

Janet Michel and JJuulia Lane Carroll Co. Probate case#20181126 SOLD BY DIMMERLING Auctioneer – Rick Dillon

Go To www w..dimmerling.com ffoor more details Dimmerling Realty & Auctioneers 1736 Cleveland Av Ave NW, Canton, OH 44703 Offfice 330-452-4640 Fax 330-452-4727 Residence 330-875-3357 Email: soldbydimmerling@sbcglobal.net Website: Dimmerling.com Member of both the National and Ohio Auctioneers Association

WE ARE HIRING! Also Selling: Tractor – Brush Hog – 150 Bales Of 1st Cutting Wrapped Baylage – Skid Steer Attachments Absolute auction, all sells to the highest bidder on location: 36129 Eagleton Rd., Lisbon, OH 44432. Directions: Take Rt. 45 north of Lisbon, OH or south of Salem, OH to Saint Jacobs Logtown Rd. and west to Eagleton Rd. and north to address. Watch for KIKO signs.

Saturday – November 17, 2018 – 10:00 AM

ONE DAY ONLY Friday, Nov. 9, 2018 Job Fair at the Candlewood Suites Carrollton, 1296 Canton Road, Carrollton, 10 am - 2 pm * Manifold Attendants * Laborers * Welders* * Other varied positions with any previous Oil & Gas experience *

Real Estate Sells First Auctioneer/Realtor: Randall L. Kiko, ext 158, 330-831-0174 Realtor: Stephanie L. Kandel, ext 116, 330-705-9880 Auction By Order Of: Daniel & Susan Narbey KIKO Auctioneers (330) 455-9357 www.kikoauctions.com

AUCTION

Russell Youtz Auction

Quality Line of Good Used JD Tractors Combine & Equipment – Firewood Also Completely Restored 1941 Chevy Pickup Having suffered the loss of her husband Russ, Marsha will sell at absolute auction, all sells to the highest bidder on location: 3660 Ravenna Ave. SE (St. Rt. 44), East Canton, OH 44730. Directions: Take Rt. 44 south of East Canton or north of Rt. 43 in Waynesburg to farm. Just north of Mapleton. Watch for KIKO signs.

Saturday – November 17, 2018 – 2:00 PM

JD 4020 D – JD 3020D – Oliver “66” – JD 4400 diesel combine – JD 435 round baler – JD 224T sq. baler - 18’ kicker wagons – NI 5209 9’ discbine – JD 7000 no-till – Bearcat 12’ cultimulcher – White 5 auto reset plow – gravity boxes – JD 8300 drill cultivator – ditch flail-type mower – Farmall A - sprayer – 6” X 45’ grain auger– firewood – welder Trucks: 2006 Chevy Silverado 4 X 4 – 1941 Chevy step-side pickup completely restored, Hi-performance eng., photos on website. Preview sale day only 10 AM to sale time. Auctioneer/Realtor: Russell T. (Rusty) Kiko, Jr., C.A.I., ext 115, 330-495-0923 and Douglas L. Milano, 330-205-2196 Auction By Order Of: Marsha Youtz KIKO Auctioneers (330) 455-9357 www.kikoauctions.com

Carr Auction

TRACTORS -TOOLS – HOUSEHOLD YAMAHA CONCERT GRAND PIANO

5224 Desert Rd SW Carrollton, OH 44615 All sells without reserve on site. From Carrollton Public Square, go South on St Rt 332 approx 4.5 miles to right on Autumn Rd & then left on Desert Rd. Newell signs posted.

SATURDAY NOVEMBER 17, 2018 10:AM

TRACTORS - EQUIPMENT: Ferguson 30 gas tractor, 3pt, PTO, 12V, 4sp, runs good; 3pt 5’ brush hog; 3pt 6’ blade; 2- Craftsman 22.5 HP 50” lawn tractors, 934 & 1250 hrs; Craftsman DYT4000 20HP 42” lawn tractor; 30” lawn sweeper; 2 steel dump lawn tractors; lawn roller; Cub Cadet ST100 push string trimmer; Craftsman 9HP 21” rear tine tiller; Craftsman 19” elec mower; gas push mowers; Warrior 12 ton gas wood splitter; 4’x8’ trailer TOOLS: Werner 40’ alum & 8’ fib step ladders; 2 & 3 ton fl jacks; acetylene torch set; 7’ steel workbench on casters; B&D chop saw; Reddy Heater 150K BTU; engine stand; engine crane; Poulan chain saws; Stihl 023 saw; Craftsman 8-1/4 mitre saw; Chicago 900W generator; Coleman 5000W generator; elec air compressor; ½ ton chain hoist; NIB tool sets; Craftsman wrench & socket sets; log chains & binders; impact sockets; air tools; 16 gal shop vac; ext plank; Craftsman tool chest; steel wheelbarrows; many hand tools; elec saw chain sharpener; alum ATV ramps; etc COLLECTIBLES: Yamaha concert grand piano; yellow chrome table; Seth Thomas mantle clock; mens rings; framed art; 33 records; Dickens Village pcs; German steins; etc HOUSEHOLD & MISC: nice Whirlpool 30” elec stove; GE & Frigidaire refrigerators; white Kitchen Aid mixer w/att; good small kitchen appliances; Insignia 32” LED flat TV; 3 nice swivel bar stools; maple bed & chest; full sz BR suite; tan elec lift chair; blue recliner; stereo equip; Corning; Pyrex; pans; soft goods; like new Jenn-Air stainless propane grill; Eden Pure heaters; 2 elec roasters; Brother sewing machine; patio chairs; 2-250 gal poly tanks; overhead fuel tank; 2-100 gal oil tanks; 4-6’ poly tables; jack posts; bicycles; water cooler; dog cages; etc TERMS: MC, Visa, debit, cash or check w/4% buyer’s premium on all sales. 4% BP waived for cash or check. ID required. Lunch & porta jon on site. Auction Ordered By: Jami Smith, Successor Trustee for Dale V Carr Rev Living Trust Auction Conducted By: Newell Realty & Auctions LLC William Newell, CAI; Robert Hall & Adam Weyandt, Auctioneers 330-627-2350 newellrealtyandauction.com


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Thursday, November 8, 2018

Sheriff gives out treats at Dellroy’s Halloween Trunk or Treat

Children enjoy treats in Dellroy

Kinzy Wiegand, age 6, talked the sheriff into a few extra treats. The sheriff had no objections to the princess at Dellroy’s Trunk or Treat held at Dellroy Community Church of Christ.

The Trunk or Treat night held on Halloween at the Dellroy Community Church of Christ had lots of interesting characters finding treats even from spooky treat givers.

Congratulations

Centreville Village staff for receiving your Ohio Department of Health Deficiency Free Survey for 2 years in a row!!

A unicorn was prowling the streets of Sherrodsville on Halloween looking for treats. Ricky Sibila, age 11, said his mom helped with the costume.

HOPEDALE VFD

GUN BASH NOVEMBER 10, 2018

At The Hopedale Social Hall In Hopedale, Ohio AV TICKETS AILABLE AT Doors Open at 1 p.m. and First Drawing is at 3 p.m. THE DOOR $20 TICKETS GETS YOU FREE FOOD AND DRINKS ALL DAY AS WELL AS A CHANCE TO WIN ANY OF THE GUNS AND PRIZES LISTED BELOW ($15,000 IN PRIZES)

Tickets available at the following locations: www.hopedalefire.com, Country Store Hopedale, Ormes Hardware Cadiz, Dawes Welding Supply Cadiz, Kerri’s Hair Hopedale, American Legion Hopedale

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