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Holiday displays sought for listing in paper Carroll County is all aglow for the upcoming Christmas and holiday season. It is well worth one’s time to take a drive around the county and view the various holiday displays. The Free Press Standard is seeking a listing of the local and area holiday displays for publication in upcoming issues. Residents are encouraged to send information to The FPS listing the location and full address, a brief description of the display, along with nights and times the displays will be lighted. The suggested locations thus far are: • First Christian Church in Malvern, every night starting at 5:30 p.m., turn the radio to 88.3 and enjoy the show. • Private display near Pattersonville on Arbor Road, west (left from Carrollton) of state Route 9 just after the railroad tracks. The house is located near the end of the road on the left. Be cautious of Amish buggies in that area. Information can either be emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org, faxed to 330-6273195 or dropped off at The FPS business office at 43 E. Main St., Carrollton.
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A Christmas on the Square program will be held at 6 p.m. Sunday, Dec. 16, in Carrollton’s Public Square Park. Theme of the evening is “God with Us”, according to Rev. Kimberly Arbaugh, associate pastor of Carrollton First United Methodist Church and The Bridge.
Proposed Atwood Joint Ambulance District holds informational meeting By NANCY SCHAAR FPS Correspondent
Sherrodsville EMS coordinator Kevin Vandegrift met with those interested in the forming of an Atwood Ambulance District at the Dellroy Elementary school Monday night. About 10 people attended. Vandegrift introduced Attorney and Firefighter Chip Comstock who presented the legal steps needed to form such a district in the area. Sherrodsville EMS used to provide coverage to a large area around Sher-
rodsville. Response time was normally five to ten minutes. But that service has not been available for over two years. The seven entities that are being asked to join in the ambulance district are Sherrodsville, Leesville, Roswell, Dellroy, Monroe Township, Orange Township, and Warren Township. Each group would elect one member to serve on the ambulance district board to represent them. The board would be responsible for placing a levy on the ballot that would fund the district to provide ambulance service to the area. Currently, two private ambulance
companies try to provide service for the Sherrodsville area but average wait times for a squad to arrive is more than 45 minutes, according to Vandergrift. “Medically, this misses the golden hour when treatment for heart attacks, strokes, or serious injury or illness is the most important,” said Comstock. Items discussed were where the district equipment would be located, the number of squads needed, the number of personnel to respond to each call, insurance, and billing. Sherrodsville has a virtually new EMS squad with only 18,000 miles on it. The village has offered to lease the squad and equipment and also the
squad building at Sherrodsville to the new district if it is formed. This would save the district thousands of dollars of startup costs, according to Vandegrift. Jeff Caldwell, a long time police office and firefighter, had many questions for Comstock regarding the formation of the district. Caldwell questioned what the cost would be to a homeowner on taxes if a levy was passed. Vandegrift said that was not clear because it depends on if the cost is divided between seven entities or if more areas are added into the district. The more included would reduce the cost. Vandegrift gave as an example the Quad Ambulance district that serves
Waynesburg, Sandy Township, Rose Township, and Magnolia. Their budget per year is $850,000. They offer 24/7, 365 day service. Vandegrift said it is estimated it would take 6.5 to 7 mills from a levy to provide funding for the Atwood Ambulance District. Six mills would cost the owner of a $100,000 home $210 per year, $17.50 per month, or 57 cents per day, according to Vandegrift. The next meeting to provide information about the possible formation of the district will be held Thursday, Dec. 13 at Conotton Valley High School from 7-9 p.m.
Commissioners learn people are hunting on landfill property By NANCY SCHAAR FPS Correspondent Game Warden Scott Cartwright met with Carroll County Commissioners to discuss hunting issues at the former county landfill. Commissioners agreed several years ago that absolutely no hunting by anyone is permitted on the property. This was upon the advice of county insurance and the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA). Cartwright checked out the property Nov. 26 and found two adults and one juvenile hunting on the property. Neither man had a hunting license or a deer permit but had just shot a deer.
The man with the buck said he was the owner of the property but Cartwright discovered that he was from Florida and didn’t own any land in Carroll County and didn’t live here either. Citations were issued and the deer was confiscated by Cartwright. Cartwright said he was surprised to find several hunting blinds, tree stands, numerous game cameras, and a boat. There is even a camper and a van Cartwright thought was on county property as well as several well-used ATV trails. Commissioner Bob Wirkner was quite surprised by the photos he had been shown of some of the tree stands. Wirkner said it wasn’t what he would qualify as a simple tree stand. He felt
they were meant to be permanent structures as were some of the hunting blinds. Cartwright suggested commissioners might want to consider a “Good Neighbor Program” for the property. With that program, permits would be given from commissioners to hunt on the property. It would give commissioners control as to how many hunters are on the property and they could insure that only county residents are on the property. A youth hunt program and even a program for Wounded Warriors was also proposed.
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CIC confirms water and sewer development to SR 9 , 171 By NANCY SCHAAR FPS Correspondent Carroll County Community Improvement Corp. met in commissioner’s boardroom recently and was pleased that enough funds have been raised to move forward with the water and sewer project from the village to the junction of State Route’s 9 and 171. The project is estimated at $1.9 million. The CIC announced that The Ohio Department of Transportation will contribute $1 million, the CIC is contributing $200,000 plus the $300,000 they received from the sale of 20 acres at the SR 9 and SR 171 intersection, the Board of Developmental Disability will contribute $100,000, and Muskingum Watershed Conservancy District will contribute $300,000. The funds from MWCD are the
amount commissioners turned back to MWCD when they sold the Atwood Lake Lodge and property two years ago. Any funds remaining in that account were required to be returned to MWCD. But MWCD made good on their promise to return the funds to the county if it was to be used for a good project. Attorney Sean Smith said the preliminary survey of the property at SR 9 and SR 171 and has been sent to the map office. There is about 1200 feet of road frontage. “The survey costs, the environmental study, the title searches were all done by ODOT,” said Smith. The contract will close in December or January. The 20 acres is part of a 200 acre parcel. But Smith said he expected to close by Christmas. Engineering costs to cover change orders is estimated to be $87,625 which will be paid by the county. All monies are to be collected by the end of the year, according to Smith.
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All new businesses built along the corridor will have tap on fees. The project will begin at Centreville Village. Current businesses such as Golden Age Retreat, the dog pound, County Transit, and Carroll Hills will be grandfathered into the system. During the vote to give final approval for the project, five members abstained. They were the three commissioners and Carrollton Mayor Bill Stoneman and Carrollton Village Administrator Mark Wells. Eight votes approved the project. In other business the CIC: - NAMED Christopher Modranski to a seat on the CIC in place of Tait Carter. - ALSO named Modranski as secretary pro tem. - STATED the land sale for Carroll Columbiana Harrison Environmental Group is a dead issue. - AUTHORIZED President Denny Roudebush to negotiate a new lease for farm lands for the Jenkins farm.
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Ellie Bake holds a letter she received from President Donald Trump this summer, thanking her for her support.
Carrollton woman receives letter from President Trump After her grandson’s employment with DLH/Bowles ended because of his job’s move to Mexico earlier this year, Ellie Bake of Carrollton wrote to President Donald J. Trump regarding the matter. She received a letter from the U.S. Department of Labor with recommendations for job assistance. Bake wrote another letter in support of Trump, decorating it with flags and stars front and back. “I spent $23 to send it overnight. It took a week for him to get it,” she noted. “I think the FBI thought it was suspicious and checked it out. I would never hurt my dear president.” In June, she received a letter from Trump on White House stationary. It read: “Thank you for your kind letter and generous words of encouragement.
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Your unwavering faith and support sustain and inspire me in my efforts to strengthen and protect our Nation. “Since my first day in office, I have taken actions to keep Americans safe and restore the rule of law. Americans are living in communities that are safer, stronger and more secure. “My administration is making a real change in Washington and creating a land of freedom and opportunity. Our nation’s economy is experiencing tremendous growth. Our country is roaring back more quickly than anyone could have predicted. From coast to coast, there is a renewed spirit of optimism, and the American Dream has never been more attainable. “Thank you again for your steadfast support. As President, I will continue to fight for and uphold the American values that you and I both cherish.”
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COMMON PLEAS COURT (Addresses as listed on Court records) New Cases Filed
First Bank of Ohio at Tiffin, vs. Homer Greenlee of 8103 Magnet Rd. NW, Minerva, complaint for money and replevin in which plaintiff is seeking judgment for $3,242.36 due on a variable/simple interest note for $6,245.36 executed April 8, 2015, and replevin of a 2004 Suzuki GS motorcycle which was offered as security interest of collateral. Ditech Financial LLC of Tempe, AZ, vs. David F. and Stephanie A. Schmidt, Butch and Deborah A. Riggle, all of 200 Maple Ave. NW, Carrollton, complaint on action for replevin regarding a Manufactured Home Retail contract and security agreement executed July 21, 2000, for $21,154.50 on which $8,531.69 is now due. Ditech Financial LLC of Tempe, AZ, vs. Jacky and Tara Locker of 6053 Glen Dr. SW, Sherrodsville, et al, complaint for foreclosure for $107,278.86 due on a promissory note for $113,265 executed July 26, 2015. Judgment Order Vacated
The judgment entry of May 11, 2015, has been ordered vacated in the foreclosure action filed May 22, 2014, by Farm Credit Mid-America FLCA of Louisville, KY, vs. Paul K. Gregory II of 2261 Bedrock Rd. NW, Dellroy, and Opal L. Gregory of Murphy, NC, et al, on a motion of the plaintiff to vacate the judgment entry decree. Criminal Cases
Probable cause has been found that Derrick L. Coulter, 31, of 9122 Nelson Lane, Malvern, has violated a five-year probation imposed Aug. 7, 2018, upon conviction of aggravated possession of drugs,
resisting arrest and driving under the influence of alcohol or drugs; bond set a $25,000 cash or surety and matter continued to Dec. 13 for a pre-trial conference. Probable cause has been found that Ann M. McHenry, 30, of 3130 Jasmine Rd., Carrollton, has violated a three-year probation imposed Jan. 5, 2018, upon conviction of attempted possession of LSD; bond set at $20,000 cash or surety and case continued to Dec. 13 for a pre-trial conference. Probable cause has been found that Christopher S. Perry, 30, of 3021 Daleford Ave. NE, Canton, has violated a three-year reporting probation imposed Dec. 2, 2016, upon conviction of possession of heroin and drug paraphernalia offenses; bond set at $25,000 cash or surety and case continued to Dec. 13 for a pre-trial conference. The three-year probation imposed Dec. 16, 2016, has been terminated in the case of Craig W. Yeager, 31, of 8097 Salineville Rd., Mechanicstown, who was convicted of attempted trafficking in heroin in 2016. Tiffany A. Sullivan, 36, of Cambridge Springs, PA, has withdrawn a former not guilty plea to a May 2 indictment charging her with theft from a person in a protected class, a fourth degree felony; theft and misuse of credit cards, both fifth degree felonies, and has entered guilty pleas to each of the felony charges. Sullivan was sentenced to a five-year community control program on 17 conditions. Lloyd W. Winemiller, 44, of 714 Prospect Ave. SW, Canton, has withdrawn a not guilty plea to Sept. 5 indictment charging him with ag-
Judge Dominick E. Olivito
gravated possession of drugs, a fifth degree felony; possession of drugs and driving under suspension, both first- degree misdemeanors, and possessing drug abuse instruments, a second-degree misdemeanor, and has entered guilty pleas to an amended indictment charging Winemiller with attempted aggravated possession of drugs, a 1st degree misdemeanor, possession of drugs, and possessing drug abuse instruments, while the driving under suspension charge was dismissed. Winemiller was sentenced to 180 days in jail on Counts 1 and 2 and a concurrent 90-day jail sentence on the possessing drug abuse instruments. However, the Court suspended all but 55 days with credit for 55 days previously served. Andrew W. Foster, 27, of 224 Second St. SW, Carrollton, has withdrawn a former not guilty plea to a Sept. 5 indictment charging him with receiving stolen property, a fifth-degree felony, and has entered a guilty plea to the fifth-degree felony. Foster was sentenced to 11 months in prison and assessed a $500 fine plus all court costs generated by his prosecution. He also was given credit for 73 days jail time served. In a separate case against Foster, a five-year probation imposed June 19, 2015, was revoked due to a probation violation and the original sentence of 11 months in prison and a $750 fine was imposed, which is to be served concurrent with the previous sentence. In that case Foster was convicted of theft from an elderly person or disabled adult. He also was given credit for 16 days local jail time. Derrick A. Burchett, 23, of 10075 Manor Rd. NE, Minerva, has withdrawn a former
not guilty plea to a Nov. 9 indictment charging him with breaking and entering and petty theft and has entered guilty pleas to the fifth-degree felony and first-degree misdemeanor charges. Burchett was sentenced to 10 months in prison on the breaking and entering conviction and 180 days in the Carroll County jail on the petty theft conviction with credit for 92 days jail time. The sentence is to be served concurrently in another case in which Burchett’s five-year probation imposed June 5, 2015, upon conviction of grand theft of a motor vehicle and breaking and entering was revoked and the original sentence of 17 months in prison plus a $750 fine and all court costs generated by his prosecution was imposed with credit for 370 days local jail time. Foreclosure Action Ordered Reactivated
The foreclosure action filed June 26, 2017, by Ditech Financial LLC of Tempe, AZ, vs. Patria H. Pietrowsky of 9078 Leopard Rd. NW, Malvern, et al, has been ordered reactivated on a motion of the plaintiff due to a federal stay that has been removed. Foreclosures Dismissed
The foreclosure action filed Aug. 16, 2018, by Muskingum Watershed Conservancy District of New Philadelphia, vs. Philip D. Kaufholz of 72453 Downey Rd. SW, Sherrodsville, et al, has been ordered dismissed due to the filing of a joint stipulation of dismissal by the parties involved. The foreclosure action filed June 18, 2018, by Residential Bancorp of Lake Zurich, IL, vs. Jamie K. Secrest of 22 Oneida Trail, Malvern, et al, has been dismissed on notice of the plaintiff.
COUNTY MUNICIPAL COURT Carrollton Police Department cases – Stefan Lab of
3223 Arrow Rd., Carrollton, physical control, $1,000 fine, $82 costs, 180-day jail sentence suspended on conditions; driving under the influence, case merged; unsafe vehicle and tail light violation, both cases dismissed by State. Joshua Golding of 8020 Merlin Rd. NE, Kensington, no operators license, $100 fine, $70 costs; unsafe vehicle, case dismissed by State. Corley Brean of Canton, driving under the influence, $100 fine, $70 costs; fictitious license plates, case dismissed by State. Ray Duell of 14511 Lincoln St. SE, Minerva, failure to control, $130 bond. Sandra Reardon of 2376 Bacon Rd. NW, Carrollton, starting/backing vehicle, $130 bond. James Oliver Jr. of 2296 Waynesburg Rd. NW, Carrollton, assured clear distance, $25 fine, $70 costs. Julia Garcia of Moundsville, WV, no operators license, $100 fine, $70 costs; no license plate light, $50 fine. Game Warden’s case – Brent Dean of Stow, more than 3 shells violation, $140 bond. Ohio State Highway Patrol’s cases - Kimberly Stone
of 9190 Metro St. SW, Minerva, no seat belt, $68 bond. Jerry Smith of 6005 Alamo Rd., Carrollton, no seat belt, $68 bond.
Andrew Whaley of 178 Airport Rd. SE, Carrollton, speed (59/55), $25 fine, $70 costs. Brandi Phillips of 650 Courtview Dr., Carrollton, no seat belt, $68 bond. Brice Wervey of Alliance, failure to control, $130 bond. Mark Ullman of Alliance, speed (68/55), $115 bond. Samantha Stage of 2220 Alliance Rd., Malvern, no seat belt, $68 bond. Avery Petro of 8145 Elson St. SE, Waynesburg, speed (67/55), $115 bond.
State’s Carrollton Police Department case – Alan
Ratka of 1304 Cole Ave. SE, Canton, no operators license, $100 fine, no costs. Sheriff’s Department cases – Anthony DePalmo of 2000 Paris Ave. SE, Paris, theft, $100 fine, $186 costs, 165 days of a 180-day jail sentence suspended on conditions; criminal trespassing, $50 fine. Sandra McRobie of 9883 SR 164, Amsterdam, drug paraphernalia offense, $100 fine, $117 costs, 27 days of a 30-day jail sentence suspended on conditions. Donna Comtois of 23132 US Rt. 30, Apt. A, Minerva, drug paraphernalia offenses, no fine, $92 costs; driving under suspension, $100 fine, $70 costs; marked lanes violation, $50 fine. Dustin Maple of 4044 Milo Rd., Carrollton, disorderly conduct, $100 fine, $117 costs, 15 days
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Sherrodsville Lions host Lunch with Santa Saturday, Dec. 1, marked the fourth annual Lunch with Santa at the Sherrodsville Lions’ Club. The Lions offer invitations to Conotton Valley, Tuscarawas Valley and Dellroy Elementary schools to attend the event. With some generous donations from local businesses, the club members provided a soup and sandwich lunch for families. Wendy’s in Carrollton, The Western Grill, Dave’s Diner and McDonald’s in Uhrichsville all made lunch item donations. Cost of the lunch is a donation, which benefits the club’s scholarship fund. For the past 3 years, the Lions have partnered with the US Marine Corps Toys for Tots initiative. Santa offers a couple of early presents to each child who pays him a visit. The Sherrodsville Lions’ Club is the only Lions’ Club in Carroll County. Each Tuesday evening, they sponsor a bingo game. As required by state law, the Lions must donate a percentage of those bingo profits to non-profit organizations and agencies. To date this year, they have made contributions to the following: $180 to HARCATUS Retired and Senior Volunteer Program; $250 to Sherrodsville Volunteer Fire Department, Inc.; $500 to Hands Across Sherrodsville Food Pantry; $500 to Sherrodsville Salvation Army; $100 to HARCATUS Family Support in Carrollton for their blanket drive; and $250 to Conotton Valley Share-A-Christmas. The Lions are always looking for new Lions who might be interested in helping them keep the mission of community service alive and well in Sherrodsville and Carroll County! Judge Gary L. Willen
of a 30-day jail sentence suspended on conditions. Derrick Coulter of 1022 Antigua Rd. SW, Carrollton, failure to comply with a police officer, $150 fine, $127 costs, 120 days of a 180-day jail sentence suspended on conditions; operators license suspended from Nov. 20, 2018, to Nov. 19, 2019; driving under suspension, $150 fine, 120 days of a 180-day jail sentence suspended on conditions; speed (80/55), case dismissed; failure to control, $50 fine; fictitious registration, case dismissed by State. Anthony Bunnell of Massillon, speed (80/55), $150 fine, $70 costs. Evan Morckel of 306 W. High St., Minerva, reckless operation, case dismissed by State; speed (110/55), $150 fine, $70 costs.
State’s Minerva Police Department cases – Melinda
Norris of 1427 Piper Ct. SW, Canton, driving under the influence, $600 fine, $105 costs, 177 days of 180-day jail sentence suspended on conditions, operators license suspended from Oct. 28, 2018, to Oct. 29, 2019; driving under the influence and lane violation, both cases dismissed by State; failure to obey light, $50 fine. Minerva Police Department case – A 17-day jail
sentence has been imposed against Karla L. Harsh of 233
Edwin Ave., Massillon, for a violation of a one-year probation imposed May 20, 2017, upon a drug instrument possession conviction due to Harsh not completing her required community service and treatment and being non compliant with payments. Her probation also has been terminated as unsuccessful and the case closed. Civil Cases New contract note actions filed during the past week included:
LVNV Funding LLC of Greenville, SC, vs. Tynne Heavelyn, also known as Tyne M. Karcher of 7112 Roswell Rd. SW, Sherrodsville, $644.22. Consumers National Bank of Minerva vs. Pn LLC, % Penny Newman statutory agent, of 902. E. Porter St., Malvern, $571.79. Midland Funding LLC of San Diego, CA, vs. Stephanie Johnson of 349 Lawrence Dr. SW, Carrollton, $838.66. Bank of America at Newark, DE, vs. Randy L. Strawder of 217 W. Main St., Malvern, $7,956.49. Midland Funding LLC of San Diego, CA, vs. Mark Cannon of Box 251, Carrollton, $1,541.25. Judgments Granted
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Canton, from Donald W. Hall of 7568 Hilltop St. NW, Carrollton, $12,518.91. United Ohio Insurance Co. of Columbus from Devonte M. Starkes of 1062 Lois Court, Youngstown, and Bobbi Jo Dickson of 525 Canton Rd., Carrollton, $1,030.75. Capital One Bank of Columbus from Cheryl L. Baxter of 302 Lawrence Dr. SW, Carrollton, $2,865.14. Synchrony Bank of Draper, UT, from, Nathan Evans of 7154 Sandy Lane NW, Malvern, $6,929.46. Midland Funding LLC of Columbus from Jennifer Passmore of 1218 Glory Rd. NW, Carrollton, $816.93. Maple-Cotton Funeral Home & Ambulance Services, Inc. of 104 2nd St. NW, Carrollton, from Tracey Myers of 1262 Mace Rd. NE, Carrollton, $10,596.27. Stark State College, % State of Ohio Collections at Columbus from Jessie V. McRobie of 3254 Bay Rd. SE, Carrollton, $3,007.34. Eviction Action Judgment
Joseph Asset Management Co. of Box 6, Carrollton, from Emma Walters of 5591 Autumn Rd. SW, Carrollton, $6,500.
Adult Probation A total of 143 cases were handled during November by the Carroll County Adult Probation Department, according to Byron Fairclough, chief probation officer. Fairclough said this included 138 probationers, 20 warrants, 15 commitments to the Eastern Ohio Correctional Center and jail, 129 reportings and 40 bonds. Restitution paid in totaled $665 while restitution paid out amounted to $550, Fairclough reported.
Clerk of Court Reports Collections during the month of November in the legal and title departments of the Carroll County Clerk of Courts office totaled $565,308.78. This included $18,343.12 receipted in the legal department, $772.87 collected and paid to the state of Ohio, and $6,156.95 collected and paid to the Carroll County treasurer, leaving $61,574.53 being held on deposit in the legal department. Motor vehicle and watercraft tax collected in the title department and paid to the state amounted to $529,026.01, while fees and taxes collected and paid to the Carroll County treasure amounted to $17,939.65, according to Clerk of Courts William R. Wohlwend. Filed in the legal department last month were 19 civil cases, 13 criminal cases and 9 Notary Public applications. Processed in the title department were 1,168 motor vehicle titles, including 847 Carroll County and 319 cross county; 9 salvage titles (8 Carroll County, 1 cross county); 257 memorandum certificates, (103 Carroll County, 154 cross county); 300 liens (145 Carroll County, 155 cross county); 20 watercraft transactions (7 Carroll County, 13 cross county); 3 cross county memorandum certificates and 3 cross county liens.
In the Dec. 6 issue, it is Dodds Funeral Home that provides the mailbox for Santa’s letters, not Dodd’s. It should have state Ben Pasiuk has he would be attending the U.S. Military Academy at West Point.
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Village signs approval Real for water, sewer project Estate NANCY SCHAAR to see in their town. She also asked them what would they Transfers By FPS Correspondent want. Melvin W. Borland to Robert Lon, Kimberly A. and George Robert Bowling, 0.958A, Harrison Twp., $45,000. Deborah J. Martinez to Kelly L. Crouser, Lots 178, 180, 199, 201, 203 and 205, Vo-Ash Lake, Perry Twp., $65,000. Brian P. Walton to Brian P. Walton Trustee, Walton Family Revocable Living Trust, 2.206A, Rose Twp. Michael L. Hopkins to Joan M. Safreed, Lots 1023-1026, Harrison Twp., $8,000. David H. Davies to James L. Cook , 0.252A, Union Twp., $16,000. Lucille P. Michel Estate, dec’d., to Robert T. and Regina M. Stover, 3.922A, Harrison Twp., $79,800. Sally J. Manning to George H. and Nancy R. Niarchos, Lot 1416, Lake Mohawk, $121,300. Robert H. and Amanda C. Weaver to Nancy Trbovich, Trustee, Daniel Scott Trbovich Revocable Trust, 5.00A, 24.900A, 12.146A and 8.00A, Harrison Twp., $225,300. Colt Investments LTD to Darlene and Charles D. Milligan, 67.396A, Brown Twp., $215,000. Wiley J. Patrick to Keith D. and Judith A. Burgett, Co-Trustees, Keith D. and Judith A. Burgett Revocable Living Trust, 15.38A, Monroe Twp., $91,900. Wiley J. Patrick to James S. Elifritz Jr., 5.79A, Monroe Twp., $20,600. Richard K. Rummell to Mark E. and Jeanette M. Wise, 15.389A, Lee Twp., $12,000. Midcon Compression LLC, Chesapeake Royalty LLC, Chesapeake Energy Marketing LLC, Chesapeake Land Development Company LLC, MC Mineral Company LLC, Chk Utica LLC, Chesapeake Appalachia LLC and Chesapeake Exploration LLC to EAP Ohio LLC., 770.28A, all Lee Twp.; 239A, all Union Twp., and 1.000A, Perry Twp. (minerals only). Dallas G. Mayle Sr. Estate, dec’d., to Nelson Kennedy and Kathy McKain. Anthony M. and Jordan Bolin to Michael J. Crawford, 7.472A, Brown Twp., $24,300. Mace Road Property LLC to David L. McKarns, Trustee and Trust, 8.39A, Center Twp. Mace Road Property LLC to Robert H. and Kimberlee Galbraith, 8.39A, Center Twp. Mace Road Property LLC to Bryan and Barbara Rutledge, 8.39A, Center Twp. William B. and Julie A. Richards to Marc A. and Rebecca L. Petrie, 10.214A, Orange Twp., $69,000. David A. and Helen Way to David Scott, 9.331A, Harrison Twp. and 1.668A, Washington Twp., $375,000 Joel and Steffany M. Tilmant to Timothy M. Tilmant, 2.000A, East Twp., $75,700. Rodney G. and Tina L. Miller to James L. and Lydia Ann Hostetler, 1.000A and 1.000A, Augusta Twp., $26,000.
HUNTING from PG. 1 Cartwright asked commissioners for a list of absolute rules that apply to the property so he is clear as to what citations can be issued. Commissioner Jeff Ohler will check with the county’s liability insurance as well as the EPA to determine what would be permitted. Commissioners agreed to learn more about a youth program, Wounded Warriors and other ideas, after checking with county insurance to determine what is permitted and what would not be a good idea.
Marriage Licenses Robert A. Oney, 63, and Darlene M. Britton, 64, both of 44 Pueblo Trail, Malvern. Cory Allan Offenberger, 26, and Andrea Rae Smith, 25, both of 240 Brady St., Magnolia.
Council approved an ordinance for the village with Engineering Associates, Inc. of Wooster and Carroll County Board of Commissioners. The ordinance states they will provide construction administration, construction observation, construction staking, as Built Drawing Services for the development of water and sewer lines from the village to St. Rt. 9 and St. Rt. 171. The contract with Engineering Associates cannot exceed $124,000. Commissioners have been planning this development with the village, Community Improvement Corps, and the Ohio Department of Transportation for some time. The project will be water and sanitary sewer that will run from Centreville Village out to the Rt. 9 and Rt. 171 intersection. Council also approved a new five year contract for village administrator Mark Wells. Wells will receive $56,000 the first year of his contract with an additional $1,000 per year increase. He will also receive five weeks of vacation per year with one year carry over approved. An ordinance will be prepared authoring the contract. Deb Brown of Great Lakes Community Action Partnership asked council members to email her with what they would like
Brown is visiting eight different towns in the state to gather information about small businesses. Brown said she will be visiting with four classes at the high school and is there to encourage new ideas and ways to start a business. “Gather a crowd, build connections, and take small steps,” said Brown as she advised village council as to how they can encourage small business development in the village. In other business council: - READ the resignation of office clerk Natasha Hoover. The village is seeking applications for her replacement. The position is a full time job that starts at $13 per hour. - ANNOUNCED the next meeting will be held Thursday, Dec. 20 at 6 p.m. - AWARDED DiPietro Excavating the contract for the Rt. 9 and Rt. 171 water and sanitary sewer project with a bid of $1,606,545. - APPROVED pay raises for Police Chief Robert Ellington and Police Sergeant Gene Cook of 72 cents per hour. - PASSED an ordinance providing Valerie Yost a $1 per hour increase in salary. - WILL hire one full time police officer for the village. - ANNOUNCED the Carrollton Business Women purchased eight poinsettias from “Pottsy” and they have been installed in the downtown area.
Fire departments’ consolidation discussed By NANCY SCHAAR FPS Correspondent
Carrollton Village Fire Department Chief Shane Thomas and Carroll County Volunteer Fire Department, Station 12, Chief Jack Swinehart met with county commissioners to discuss the details regarding their upcoming consolidation into one department. Last month the Chiefs met with Carrollton Council and presented the decision to consolidate. Thomas said it just made fiscal sense to join the two departments. Thomas will remain as chief of the new department and Swinehart will be a captain. Swinehart told commissioners that they will terminate their use of the county fire department building by June 1, 2019. “We hope to have the legal part of all this out of the way in a couple months,” said Swinehart. Currently the county HAZMAT vehicle is stored at the village department, and Commissioner Bob Wirkner questioned when it needed removed from the village building. The chiefs assured him there was no rush, that the consolidation of equipment will take some time to accomplish. The chiefs plan to sort out all the equipment both departments currently have and keep the best and most updated equipment for the newly combined department that will increase by 16 firefighters. Swinehart said there are many old items and pieces of equipment that are no longer needed. He said those would all be sorted out at the county building where there is room in the meeting room. Items not needed by the new combined department will probably be sold at auction. “We need a little time to sort it all out. Our stuff is limited as to how we can get rid of it. There are a lot of small items. An auction will probably be best,” said Swinehart. Commissioner Jeff Ohler said there would be a great deal of public interest in the auctioned items. “This station will be closed with honors. We will have a retirement ceremony. We will invite past members. And the station will be given a final tone out by the sheriff’s department,” stated Wirkner. Wirkner said they want to show their respect for Swinehart and the many years he has served as Chief as well as a firefighter. Wirkner continued that
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they also want to honor Roy Swinehart, who gave more than his blood, sweat, and tears. A plaque will be made and presented with the names of the fire department members from the county department. County funds cannot be used by law for the purchase of a plaque but Thomas said his department will take care of the costs. Each member of the county fire department will be presented with a framed certificate honoring their services. The expense of those items will be shared by Commissioners Ohler and Wirkner. The combined department will not only add 16 firefighters to the roster but will give the department three engines, two UTVs and five sets of jaws of life.
Officers elected for township association
The 2019 officers for the Carroll County Township Trustee Association are (from left) Calvin Carl Mangun from Augusta Township, executive committeeman; Debra Meister from Fox Township, secretary; Joseph Owens from Rose Township, vice president; Mark Walters from Center Township, president. Treasurer Pamela Berardinelli from Center Township is not pictured.
Dellroy Council hires new solicitor By JACQUIE HUMPHREY
FPS Correspondent At the December meeting of the Dellroy Village Council, Mayor Doug Ruby inquired of council as to their intentions for replacing Solicitor Jason Jackson. Jackson had notified council earlier in the year of his intentions to resign at the end of 2018, and recommended A. Jenna Hokes as his replacement. Clerk Candice Ruby read to Council a contract she had received from Hokes, who had addressed Council earlier in the year. Hokes will work for the same salary as Jackson, $3,600 annually. Clerk Ruby asked Council about paying Hokes as an independent contractor, which was suggested to her in a recent audit, as opposed to being paid on the Village’s payroll. Council discussed the matter and voted unanimously to hire Hokes at the rate of $3,600 per year, as an independent contractor. Mayor Ruby, and all of Council, thanked Jackson for his service to the Village. Hokes will begin her duties in January, 2019. In other discussion, Emmerson Huffman, the Village’s Volunteer Fire Department Chief, was present to discuss with Council the certified letter that the Village had received from
the State, advising that the Fire Department was delinquent in filing required forms with the State. Huffman told Council that he did not feel that the Fire Department was in violation of their contract with the Village, and that the Fire Department is working to bring their reporting current with the State. Resident Dave Jones was present at the meeting to request that council consider putting a 4-way stop in place of the current traffic light. Jones said that he has watched traffic approaching the Village on SR 542 from the Lake and believes that when this traffic encounters a green light, they do not slow down to the Village’s posted speed limit. Mayor Ruby advised that the Village pays for the electric of the traffic light, but that he is unsure if a traffic light versus a 4-way stop is mandated by ODOT or up to the Village’s discretion. Ruby said that he would research the situation. In other business, Mayor Ruby inquired of council if they intend to purchase a new tractor or have the old one repaired. Ruby reported that he had a quote from Ed Long of Carrollton to repair the current tractor for approximately $1,500, where a new one would cost around $20,000. Council unanimously decided to opt for the repair. Other Action: - Approved purchase orders in
Leesville hires new solicitor By JACQUIE HUMPHREY
FPS Correspondent At the December meeting of the Leesville Village Council, A. Jenna Hokes was hired to replace current Solicitor Jason Jackson. Jackson had notified Council earlier in the year of his intentions to resign at the end of 2018, and recommended Hokes to Council for consideration as his replacement. Council hired Hokes as a contractor at the rate of $3,600 per year, the same salary Jackson has been receiving. Hokes will begin her duties in January, 2019. During the Mayor’s report, Mayor John Traxler told Council that he had received notification for the Carroll-Columbiana-Harrison Solid Waste District that they will be recycling Christmas trees again this year. Council discussed and voted unanimously to participate in
this program. Residents may leave their Christmas trees beside the Village Hall until Jan. 31, 2019. Other Action: - Approved October minutes. No meeting was held in November, due to lack of quorum. - Approved reallocation of money and purchase order in the General Fund, in the amount of $100, to pay Fiscal Officer’s bond. - Set time and date for a Special End of the Year meeting to set 2019 appropriations and finalize 2018 business, for Thursday, Dec. 27 at 6 p.m. in the Village Hall. - Learned that Traxler has reviewed a problematic area for water run-off and heard that he believes that this is from the hill on the neighboring property. - Learned that the truck light-
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ing is complete. - Was advised that the catch basin at Wayne Street and Bordon Alley needs cleaned, repaired and flushed. - Learned that the CDBG grant paving project is complete. - Heard that a street light on West Market goes off and on continuously while a light at Water Alley and Green stays on constantly. - Discussed a tax renewal needed for 2019 and learned that the first reading for this levy will take place in January of 2019. - Learned that sand is still needed at the sanitary sewer plant. - The next regular meeting of the Leesville Village Council will be held on Tuesday, Jan. 8, 2019 at 7 p.m. in Village Hall.
the amount of $5,854.07 and checks and electronic payments totaling $22,160.05. - Heard fund balances reported as follows: $55,256.75 in the General Fund, $6,789.83 in the Street Fund and $2,009.19 in the Fire Fund. - Approved Resolution 122018 to amend appropriations in the Fire Protection Fund. - Heard receipts of the Community Building at $275 with expenses of $430.98. - Agreed to make no changes to require additional insurance for Community Building rental. - Approved Resolution 112018, temporary appropriations for 2019, in the amount of $35,305.00. - Learned that the Village has a Western salt spreader that can be sold. Heard Jackson advise that if no offers are received in excess of $1,000, bids do not have to be solicited. - Heard Mayor Ruby report that he has received a letter of resignation of employee Gary Fedeli, effective Jan. 1, 2019. - For Your Info: Christmas Fun Night will be held Saturday, Dec. 15 at 5:30 p.m. at the Community Hall. Sloppy Joe’s, coneys, hot dogs, chips and drinks will be served. Santa will be present and there will be games, crafts and caroling. - The next regular meeting of the Dellroy Village Council will be held Monday, Jan. 14, 2019 at 7 p.m. in the Village Hall.
Consultant to tour Carrollton this week An economic development consultant will be visiting Carrollton Dec. 10-13 for an Embedded Community Experience. Deb Brown, co-founder of Save Your Town, will meet with groups and organizations, tour the community and visit with business owners and residents for this project. This is part of an economic development in which the Carroll County Chamber and the Village of Carrollton are participating in and is funded trhough the Great Lake Community Action Partnership. Brown’s visit will culminate with a community presentation Wednesday, Dec. 12, 7 p.m., at the Friendship Center.
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Obituaries Daniel Everett Wells
Daniel Wells fell asleep in death due to complications of heart failure Dec. 2, 2018. He was preceded in death by his parents, Raymond and Philena Wells. Mr. Wells is survived by his wife of 50 years, Koren; a daughter, Amber (Kenneth) Calderhead; a granddaughter, Joan Calderhead; a son, Daniel (Denise) Wells; grandchildren, Nathan Scott and Rachel Scott; a brother, David (Debbie) Wells of Tenn.; a sister, Marcia (Cleveland) Frost of Cuyahoga Falls; four nieces and nephews, three great nieces, and a great nephew. Dan enjoyed Bible study, working outdoors, his lawns, and projects in his woodshop. A longtime member of the Carrollton Kingdom Hall of Jehovah’s Witnesses, he will be greatly missed by his family and many friends. There will be a memorial service held Dec. 16 at 3 p.m. in the Carrollton Kingdom Hall of Jehovah’s Witnesses, 515 Steubenville Rd. SE, Carrollton, Ohio.
A Christmas Message Guest Column
On behalf of the administration and Board of Education, I wish to extend my sincere appreciation for the work that the entire Carrollton Schools educational and support staff team does in fulfilling our mission of pursuing excellence through high-quality instruction to enrich all students’ academic growth. We have a great deal to be thankful for this holiday season, including a new future 6 thru 12 facility, effective programming at each building, and a caring staff and supportive community just to name a few. It is an honor to be given the opportunity to serve our nearly 2,000 students and their families. I am grateful for the opportunity to work with such a dedicated staff who are focused on making sure our students have the best educational expeIn Memory of John W.W. Bake Sadly Missed On What Would Have Been Our 65th Wedding Anniversary
rience possible. I am in awe of the generosity and kindness extended by our students, staff, and families; whether it be with their time volunteering in our classrooms and community or with their resources, such as giving to the local food pantry and toy drives. Community members and local businesses join in the spirit of giving by supporting many of our academic, arts and athletic programs and special projects like our Blessings in the Backpack program that provides snacks and meals for children over the weekend. I hope that every one of you have an enjoyable holiday season with family and friends and that we all reflect upon the opportunities that we are provided to positively impact the lives of others every day. Happy Holidays and Go Warriors!
Cookie Walk set for Dec. 15
A Cookie Walk is planned Saturday, Dec. 15, 9 a.m.-noon, at the Church of Christ Christian Disciples, 353 Moody Ave., S.W., Carrollton. The cost is $10 for small and $20 for large.
Auditor’s Office to close Dec. 21 Sept. 19, 1953
Love your wife, Ellie, sons Bill, Bob, Mike, & John David (deceased) & daughter Jeannie Lynn (deceased)
By CAPT. CHARLES PEARSON
U.S. Marine Corps, ret.
Dec. 24, 1946-Dec. 2, 2018
By DAVID QUATTROCHI Carrollton Exempted Village Schools Supt.
Lest We Forget
The Carroll County Auditor’s Office will be closed Friday, Dec. 21, from 11:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m.
During World War I, the British and the French were grateful for the presence of the American troops, but they used them only to fill in for wounded or dead Allied soldiers. General Pershing, the commander of the fighting forces in Europe, violently opposed this area. He wanted the Americans to fight together, under American officers. He had no intention of letting them be used as fillers. Pershing got his way in June 1918. The Germans had taken over a small, kidney-shaped area called Belleau Wood in northern France. Belleau Wood had to be regained by the Allies, and the French troops were exhausted. Ferdinand Foch, the French commander, gave the go-ahead to Pershing to order American troops to take back Belleau Wood. Belleau Wood was an important location because it was a good observation post with a highway nearby linking Paris with the front lines. Whoever controlled Belleau Wood also controlled the highway. The troops Pershing sent to Belleau Wood were marines, or leathernecks, as they called themselves. The French troops urged the marines to retreat. The French kept motioning with their hands to go back, but the American troops were not interested in retreating. “Retreat hell,” one of them is quoted as saying. “We just got here.” The Germans who controlled Belleau Wood were well hidden. There were ravines, boulders, and tens of thousands of trees. Although the wood was only one square mile, there seemed to be millions of places where German machine gunners were waiting. One June 6, the marines began their assault. They were
led by Sgt. Dan Daily, who urged them on by asking them, “Come on, you sons of bitches – do you want to live forever?” Not waiting for an answer, he waved his rifle overhead and the men followed him into combat. The fighting in Belleau Wood went on for 20 days, 24 hours a day of hell. Marines who lived through the experience said that they survived on “pure nerve.” There was a lack of water and no hot food. The marines survived on cold uncooked bacon and on potatoes they dug out of gardens nearby. None of the men were able to change out of his wet, cold uniforms during the long battle. The Americans had refused Marshal Foch’s suggestion that they dig trenches to give themselves defense. They did not want to dig in. They wanted to attack. Gaining a yard at a time, crawling over the backs of fallen comrades in front of them, the marines gradually took over the woods. On June 26, U.S. generals at headquarters received the following message: “Belleau Wood now U.S. Marine Corps entirely.” The price of victory was high. One thousand and eighty-seven marines, more than half the men fighting, were killed or severely wounded. The Americans proved to the French and British, and especially to the Germans, that they were in Europe to fight. The Americans gave hope to the French and British. Their courage, energy and sheer numbers were appreciated by the war-weary Allies. As one French officer remarked, “You Americans are our hope, our strength, our life.” We must never forget those who fought for our freedom and for the freedom of freedom-loving people throughout the world. Please keep them in your prayers. Charles Pearson is the chaplain for the Malvern Legion Post 375 and Carrollton VFW Post 3301.
Minerva UMC to hold Christmas Shop Dec. 14-15 The Minerva United Methodist Church Christmas Shop will be held Friday and Saturday, Dec. 14-15, 9 a.m.-5 p.m. The shop offers gently used and new toys, games, books, holiday decorations, housewares, clothing, gift-wrapping supplies, and other items at affordable prices. Nothing costs more than $5. Fill a bag for $3. After 3 p.m. on Saturday, shoppers can fill a bag for $1.
Complimentary hot chocolate, coffee and cookies will be available for all shoppers. All funds raised go to the Minerva Police Department Kids for Christmas program. Minerva United Methodist Church is located at 204 N. Main St., Minerva, and the shop is held downstairs in Wesley Hall. Ample free parking is available behind the church.
STATEPOINT CROSSWORD PUZZLE THEME: WAR MOVIES ACROSS 1. Guns N’ Roses guitarist 6. Pep rally syllable 9. Third H in 4-H, sing. 13. Conversation starter 14. Victorian period, e.g. 15. Dugout glider 16. Nun’s attire 17. Winter condition 18. Mad hatter’s act 19. *1970 biopic, winner of 7 Academy Awards 21. *Story of 1940 evacuation 23. Station wagon/off-road vehicle, acr. 24. Aware of 25. Busy airport 28. *”...How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the ____” 30. Julian Barnes’ “The Sense of an ____” 35. Double reed woodwind 37. Cleanse 39. Rope-making plant fiber 40. Traditional learning method 41. Willow twig 43. Choir voice 44. Sacred, in Italian 46. “____ and hearty” 47. *Kurosawa’s “Ran” based on this Shakespearean king 48. Ethanol, a.k.a. ____ alcohol, pl. 50. Russian autocrat 52. Stallone’s nickname 53. Penny-farthing, e.g. 55. Variable, abbr. 57. *”All Quiet on the ____ Front” 61. *Kelly’s who? 64. Binary digits code 65. Lamb’s momma 67. Master of ceremonies 69. Sudden growth 70. Canal locale 71. Unbroken
72. Jekyll’s counterpart 73. Heavy-duty cleanser 74. You shall, contraction DOWN 1. “Be quiet!” 2. Lambeau Field jump 3. “Fantastic Four” actress 4. Buttonholes, e.g. 5. Small pool 6. Bit attachment 7. ___ de Triomphe 8. Father of the String Quartet 9. Baseball’s Hammerin’ ____ 10. Those against 11. Kind of film 12. 52 cards 15. Rules 20. Convex molding 22. Beehive State native 24. Render unnecessary 25. *Joey was a “War ____” 26. *”U-571” vessel 27. Mess up 29. *It lead to a popular wartime comedy series 31. Call, in the olden days 32. Keys 33. Birth-related 34. *Story of first African-American regiment 36. Inspiring fear 38. Aquatic snakes 42. Ransack or plunder 45. Even though 49. *____ Richard Attenborough of “The Great Escape” 51. Make less dense 54. Rest on patellas 56. Young Montague 57. Done in loads 58. ESPN award 59. Gulf War missile 60. Michelin product 61. *From where to eternity? 62. Light beige 63. *Lone Survivor, e.g. 66. Path 68. Building extension
Thursday, December 13, 2018
Looking Back Compiled by Don Rutledge 60 YEARS AGO From 1958 FPS Files
Cong. Wayne Hays was principal speaker for the dedication of Dellroy’s new Post Office at a program held in the school auditorium. Carol Haun, a Carrollton High School senior, won the Carroll County Prince of Peace declamation contest. Dr. Glenn C. Dowell, a Carrollton physician, was elected president of the Mercy and Timken Mercy hospitals. John Pothorski led the Warriors with 49 points in Carrollton’s 7566 cage win over Scio. 50 YEARS AGO From 1968 FPS Files
Promotions at The First National Bank of Carrollton included Harry Lynn Shotwell to senior vice president and cashier, and Thomas L. Cummings to vice president and loan officer. James Bendle was employed as vice president and manager of Sherrodsville’s branch. Joseph R. Carlisle was elected president of the Carrollton Chamber of Commerce. U. S. Air Force Captain George A. Knight Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. George Knight of Augusta, received his second award of the Distinguished Flying Cross at Clark AB in the Philippines for heroism in military operations in Southeast Asia. Hospitalman Alan R. Rininger of the U. S. Navy and son of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Rininger of Rt. 2, Carrollton, received the Bronze Star Medal for heroic achievement in connection with operations against the enemy in Vietnam. Charles (Chuck) Hutchison, a 1966 graduate of Carrollton High School, was the first athlete to represent Carroll County as a member of the nation’s No. 1 team, Ohio State University, when the Buckeyes were scheduled to play No. 2 team, Southern California, in the Rose Bowl classic on New Year’s Day (Jan. 1, 1969) in Pasadena, Calif. 40 YEARS AGO From 1978 FPS Files
Gary Roof of R &N China was elected president of the Carroll County Chamber of Commerce. A concept plan for a new high school was presented at the December meeting of the Carrollton Board of Education by two representatives of the architectural firm of Marr, Knapp and Crawfis of New Philadelphia. Marian Abel was installed as worthy matron of Carroll Chapter 315 Order of Eastern Star. Walter Brumbuagh was installed as president of Carrollton Ruritan Club. Members of Carrollton High School’s reserve varsity basketball team included Perry Fenton, Larry McGonagle, Roy Johnson, Barry Schofield, Carl Saltsman, Donnie Haines, Todd Kohler, Tom Seich, Terry Peterson, Brian Rutledge, Stan Tinlin, Phil Spears and Andy Passwaters. 30 YEARS AGO From 1988 FPS Files
Carrollton Board of Education members were faced with three major decisions for 1989. They included: 1.) Continued operation and development of the Carroll County Veterans Memorial Swimming Pool; 2.) redistricting the school district with a goal of consolidating all seventh and eighth graders at Carrollton; 3.) the future direction of the school district in regards to its amount of involvement in the Classroom of the Future project. Shirley (Singer) Moreland was the subject of a front-page photo story upon receiving her General Equivalency Diploma for having completed her high school education despite being a victim of multiple scleroses. Tammy Hawkins, a senior at Carrollton High School, was the winner of the local Voice of Democracy contest. Mrs. Kenne Hartong was re-elected president of the Carroll County Agricultural Society (fair board). The Carrollton Warriors squeaked out a 48-47 cage win over Claymont. 20 YEARS AGO From 1998 FPS Files
Road improvements were underway at the intersection of SR’s 43 and 183 near Malvern. A manger scene built by Mark McCourt and the McCourt house was judged as the Best Overall Christmas display in Amsterdam’s second annual House Lighting contest. Harsh Memorial Church in Harlem Springs celebrated its 150th anniversary of a Methodist Church in the village. Mandi Fazekas, Mike Curry and Tana Fox each took first places in their respective categories at a speech tournament held at Dayton High School where the Carrollton speech team won first place in the team competition. Three top academic students from Malvern High School competed against two other northeast Ohio schools on the Ohio Lottery’s “It’s Academic” television show on WEWS-News. The Malvern students included Megan Kocher, Andrew Anderson and Joanne Gamber. The Carrollton Lady Warriors ran their record to a perfect 3-0 with a very close 48-47 win over host and defending Northeastern Buckeye Conference champions, the Minerva Lady Lions, with Beth McAbier scoring 25 points for the Warriors. 10 YEARS AGO From 2008 FPS Files
Mrs. Christine Vernier was appointed director of the Carroll County Board of Elections. Dr. David Frew was re-elected president of the Carroll County Township Association of Trustees and Fiscal Officers. The staff of David Bodo and Associates surveyors moved into their new building at 5175 Tongo Rd. (corner of Tongo Rd. and SR 43) between Carrollton and Malvern. The Carrollton Warriors hit a century mark in a triple digit 10072 win over the Claymont Mustangs. Ryan Kirkpatrick, bowling in the Wednesday Mixed League at Carroll Lanes, rolled his first ever perfect 300 game.
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Newly-elected officers of Carroll Chapter 315 Order of Eastern Star for 2019 are (front, from left) David Rainsberger, Treasurer; Jean Rainsberger, Worthy Matron; Dwight Williams, Worthy Patron, and Tom Rainsberger, Sentinel; (second row) Debra Walko, Ruth; Cleo Young, Organist, and Glenda Carter, Secretary; (third row) Donna Tucker, Electa; Susan Smead, Adah; Lisa Phillis, Associate Matron; Wendy Rainsberger, Associate Conductress, and Becky Rainsberger, Marshal; and (back) Ron Romans, Warder; Joe Phillis, Associate Patron; Carol Boggs, Martha; Fred Boggs, Chaplain, and Millie Romans, Conductress.
Order of Eastern Star installs new officers
Officers of Carroll County 315 Order of Eastern Star for 2019 were installed at the Nov. 9 meeting held at the Carrollton Masonic Temple. The include: Jean Rainsberger, Worthy Matron; Dwight Williams, Worthy Patron; Lisa Phillis, Associate Matron; Joe Phillis, Associate Patron; Glenda Carter, Secretary; David Rainsberger, Treasurer; Millie Romans, Conductress; Wendy Rainsberger, Associate Conductress; Fred Boggs, Chaplain; Wendy Rainsberger, Marshal; Cleo Young, Organist; Susan Smead, Adah; Debra Walko, Ruth; Cheryl Gotschall, Esther; Carol Boggs, Martha; Donna Tucker, Electa; Ron Romans, Warder, and Tom Rainsberger, Sentinel. Nancy Jugenheimer was the installing officer, assisted by Dor-
Pleasant Grove to hold ‘A Christmas Journey’
Pleasant Grove United Methodist Church will hold a “A Christmas Journey” on Sunday, Dec. 16, at the church’s pavilion, 5230 Arrow Road, Minerva. The Journey is an outreach ministry of the church and is the setting for outdoor services and live productions. During the church’s Christmas Journey, visitors will be invited to walk along the illuminated path, meet the shepherds and experience the nativity story. They will also get to see the animals, like Miriam the Donkey, and experience the sights and sounds of a Christmas journey. For info, e-mail thejourneyproductioninformation@gmail. com.
Masons Fred Boggs and David Rainsberger, along with 50-year members Frances Mahmoud, Mary Huffman, Jean Rainsberger, Glenda Carter and Mary Anna Cotter. Susan Smead finished 16 blankets for shut-ins and several Christmas gifts were delivered to the widows. A Christmas party for Masons and Stars will be held at 6 p.m. Dec. 21 at the Masonic Center. Those planning to attend are to take a covered dish and a wrapped gift for exchange. Soup and sandwiches will be served by the Sperbers at the Jan. 3 meeting when the Obligation will be renewed by all.
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Hi kids! Only 12 more days until Christmas! Are you ready? I am! And... if you are not, that’s alright, just get BUSY! As I write you this column, the snow is falling outside my window. Sometimes the wind drives the snow on my windowpane and never leaves a trace. As my deck and the ground which surrounds it is covered in a blanket of white, it reminds me of my childhood winters. I have been blessed with many things in my life, but now that I am older, one of the things I treasure most is the chance to give to someone else. When I saw this book displayed at our library I knew it was a book to share with you now. Years ago Marlo Thomas played in a long running television hit series “That Girl.” We used to watch it every week! It was fun. Her father, actor Danny Thomas, founded the St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital in 1962. St. Jude is free to everyone. No family ever has to pay for the treatment they receive at St. Jude if they cannot afford it. The costs of their care, their medications, and even their travel and housing are fully covered. Many places in our community supports St.
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Jude and their efforts. Just look around! You’ll see the silhouette of a little child representing St. Jude. Even this book helped St. Jude. When the book was purchased, the money went to St. Jude and their research! Why not check it out? http:// www.stjude.org. They have a special kids webpage where you can share with them some of your ideas about how to help the children of St. Jude. Until next time, have fun thinking of someone else! Your friend, Sherry Sherry Kline Bolitho
Children’s Book: Title: Marlo Thomas and Friends Thanks & Giving All Year long Edited by Marlo Thomas and Christopher Cerf Publisher: Simon & Schuster Books For Young Readers Price: $17.95 Age group: 8-adult Available at the Carroll County District Library A fun and colorful collection of poems, songs, and stories from many people we know. The illustrations are cool too! Maurice Sendak, Shel Silverstein, and Eric Carle are just to name a few. As you read you will enjoy each adventure. They are food for thought and very lighthearted reading. So have fun and enjoy!
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Thursday, December 13, 2018
Unique stocking stuffer is on sale now for $5 If you are looking for a unique and affordable Christmas stocking stuffer, consider the one being offered for only $5 by St. Francis Xavier Catholic Church in Malvern and St. Gabriel Catholic Church in Minerva. Their colorful stocking stuffer packages include a movie ticket to the Roxy Theater in Minerva for Saturday, January 26, 2019, a complimentary box of popcorn and a soft drink. Also, the first 250 stocking stuffers purchased will include a coupon for a free hamburger and French fries at McDonalds in Minerva. Purchasers will have a choice of two movies. The popular, animated Disney movie, â€œFrozenâ€?, will play at 11 a.m. Frozen tells the story of a kingdom trapped in perpetual winter.Â It features fearless, comedic and mystical characters who bravely push onward in a race to save their kingdom from winterâ€™s cold grip. At 2 p.m. and 6:30 p.m., there will be showings of the PG rated comedy/drama, â€œSecondhand Lions,â€? starring Robert Duvall, Michael Cain, Kyra Sedqwick and Haley Joel Osmet.Â
It is the story of Walter, a shy boy whose greedy mother leaves him for the summer with his eccentric grand-uncles. It is rumored the uncles have a great fortune and she wants Walter to find it. Walter isnâ€™t happy about being left with two old men, while the uncles arenâ€™t pleased to be stuck minding a boy. When Walter hears gossip about his unclesâ€™ wild and wooly pasts, he begins asking questions, and while the old guys donâ€™t enjoy having the boy poking into their pasts, as they start telling tales of their youthful adventures, they find themselves itching for some new adventures. Film critic Roger Ebert wrote: â€œThis is about the uncles every boy should have, and the summer every boy should spend.â€? The churches are also offering a $20 patron ticket to the event.Â It will include a ticket to the movie, popcorn, a soft drink and a Grand Dessert Buffet at St. Gabrielâ€™s meeting rooms from 4â€“6 p.m. The names of patrons will be listed on the screen prior to each movie. To purchase a patron ticket, call 330-868-4498 or 330-863-1185.
The Catholic Womenâ€™s Club from St. Francis Xavier Catholic Church and St. Gabriel Catholic Church are selling movie packages for the Roxy Theater as stocking stuffers. Members are (front, from left) Mary Lou Fischer, Marty Reed, Mary Kay Huth, Jan Prevot and Anna Krucek; and (back) Aggie Willison, Jackie Contini, Janet Casper, Anita Tokas, Pat Wackerly, Mary Scott, Marilyn Marmo, and Betty Castellucci.
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SPORTS Four inducted into Malvern Athletic Hall of Fame Thursday, December 13, 2018 P. 7
By JORDAN MILLER
MALVERN – Four Malvern High School graduates were inducted into the Malvern Athletic Hall of Fame at Friday’s (Dec. 6) basketball game against Claymont. Members of the 2018 Athletic Hall of Fame Class include Shawn Ball, Vince Larson, Doug Schmidt and Mike Larson. Doug Schmidt Doug is a 1970 graduate of Malvern. He lettered three times in both football and track and field, and was selected to the IVC first team in football in 1969. He went on to coach three sports at Malvern – football for three years, girls basketball for four years, and track and field for 16 years. Under his direction, the girls track and field team won five IVC Championships, three District Championships, was IVC runner-ups four times, and was the regional runner-up in 1983. The boys track and
field team were IVC runner-ups twice. Doug spent 26 years as a teacher and administrator at Malvern, retiring as the high-school principal in 2009. He and his wife Kathi have two children Dustin and Katie. Vince Larson Vince graduated from Malvern in 2009. He earned four varsity letters in
baseball, two in basketball, and two in football. In football, Vince was selected to the All-Ohio first team, East District first team, and IVC first team in 2008. He graduated with seven school records. His senior year yielded 225 points, 22 touchdown receptions, 1,363 receiving yards and 76 extra points.
In baseball, Vince was selected to the All-Ohio second team, IVC first team and East District first team in 2009. He graduated with four school records. He went on to play four years of football at Geneva College. Vince resides in Valencia, Pennsylvania with his wife Jamie. He works as a civil engineer at Crown
The Lions only trailed by nine points with under six minutes left in the game, but Dover pulled away down the stretch. Along with his 14 points, Williams pulled down five boards and blocked three shots for the Lions. “Brice Williams really battled for us tonight,” Green said. Minerva’s second leading scorer, Phil Boord, only played 12 minutes due to early foul trouble. Boord scored four points. In Minerva’s second game of the season, against Alliance, Boord made up for the lack of points in game one as he scored 29 points. He went 13-for-16 from the foul line, swiped the ball from Aviators three times and blocked a pair of shots. “He is as efficient a player as we have had since I've been here and I'm happy for him and all the work he has put in to his game,” Coach Green said. “He attacked their press all night long. He shot the three well, and made 81%
from the foul line.” Minerva lost the game 73-64 despite Boord’s scoring fest and another 23 points from Williams. “We did a good job against their pressure (only nine turnovers), but missed too many shots at the rim and gave up too many second chance points (16) on the other end,” Green said. “We need to find a way to rebound better as a team if we want to win games in our league.” Green reassured us that despite the Warriors two losses to open the season, they will put it past them and move forward. “We have tough kids who will continue to work and learn and these adversities early in our season will help prepare us for the rest of our schedule.” Minerva is 0-2 on the season will host the West Branch Warriors Friday, Dec. 14. JV action tips off at 5:30 followed by the varsity.
Mike Larson Mike is a 1975 graduate of Malvern. He earned four varsity letters in baseball, three in football, and two in basketball. See HOF , P. 8
Minerva falls to Dover, Alliance back-to-back By JORDAN MILLER
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Minerva senior, Reece Catlett (10) holds the ball away from a Dover defender in a game against the Tornadoes last Tuesday.
MINERVA – For the first time in four seasons, the Minerva Lions opened their season without a key player on the quarter, and it showed in their first two games. Connor Wright, last season’s conference player of the year, graduated in the spring. With the loss of Wright, it’s put other Lions in a position to step up to the plate. Minerva senior Brice Williams led the Lions with a 14-piece against the Dover Tornadoes, but the Lions still fell 5030 to open their season. “This was a tough match-up for us against one of the premier defenses in our area,” Minerva coach Shawn Green said. “Dover is a D-1 school who has had 27 straight winning seasons and they do it with physicality and defense. We battled and really hung around, but couldn’t find enough offense to stay in it for all four quarters.”
Malvern takes the cake in Carroll County clash By CHRIS MODRANSKI
The Malvern Hornets came out victorious in "The Battle of Carroll County" as they defeated the Carrollton Warriors last Tuesday at Malvern High School, 67-57. The game was Malvern’s first win of the season, and Carrollton’s second straight loss. Malvern started the game with a 6-1 run but Carrollton quickly answered back with a 15-3 run of their own, thanks to some turnovers, strong rebounding and a few foul shots. The momentum had shifted in their favor. Malvern’s Kenneth Martin (14) scored a layup off a fast break drawing a foul, swing the momentum again. The Hornets got a quick defensive rebound on the ensuing play and Trent
Severs (3) hit a 3-pointer in transition from the right wing on a dime from Martin, tying the game at 16 points with 1:29 left in the first quarter. With under one minute left in the opening quarter, Carrollton's Drue Moore answered back with a threepointer of his own, extending Carrollton’s lead to 22-18 with 44 seconds left. Malvern's Davair Williams scored a quick bucket in the paint. Carrollton missed their ensuing basket allowing Martin to drive into the paint but Carrollton’s Adam Chaney sacrificed his body drawing a charge. Malvern drew a personal foul with 4.1 seconds left but Carrollton's Moore stole the inbound pass and sunk a three-pointer from the top of the key as 1st quarter time expired giving Carrollton a 25-20 lead in the opening frame.
Carrollton took advantage of Malvern’s defensive adjustment in the second quarter. They were able to score three baskets in the opening two minutes of the quarter, including a jawdropping reverse layup by Moore. Carrollton's shooting went dry after that as they only scored 2 points in the last 3 1/2 minutes of the half as Malvern went on a 10-2 run bringing the Hornets within three. Carrollton led 33-30 at the half. When asked what adjustments Malvern made at the half that swung the game in Malvern’s favor Head Coach Dennis Tucci said, “In my opinion it started in the second quarter. We guarded a lot better. We had no answer for Chaney and we knew it was going to be a struggle because he’s a heck of a player.” “He got in foul trouble early in the
second quarter which was big for us because we couldn’t guard him,” Coach Tucci said. “We ended up face guarding him and went soft on everyone else in the third quarter which helped keep them to 7 points and that was the difference in the game.” Malvern took the lead with 4:14 left in the 3rd quarter and never gave it back. The Hornets led 50-40 entering fourth quarter, after scoring 20 points in the third compared to Carrollton's 7 points. Both teams tallied 17 points in the fourth giving Malvern a 10 point advantage for the game for a final score of 67-57. "I thought the boys really sold out effort-wise, taking two charges and out rebounding a team again that had a clear size advantage,” Carrollton Head Coach Mike Aukerman said. “The
effort is there, now we just need to steer it in the proper direction. We are growing as a team, and will improve daily." Chaney led all scorers with 25 points and six rebounds; Drue Moore scored 14 points, six boards and five assists. Connor King added seven points, seven rebounds and two steals. Malvern’s Derk Hutchinson led the way for the Hornet’s with 22 points and 4 rebounds. John Browning contributed 16 points and grabbed seven boards. Kenneth Martin finished one assist shy of a triple double with 12 points, 10 rebounds and nine assists. Malvern is now 2-1 on the season. Carrollton (0-2) will travel to Marlington High School on Friday as they open Eastern Buckeye Conference (EBC) play. Junior varsity begins at 5:30 PM with the varsity game to follow
Carrollton came out and outscored the Lady Tornados in the third quarter nine to seven but Dover answered back in the fourth quarter, scoring eight points compared to Carrollton’s four points. Carrollton senior, Chloe Glass, led the way for the Warriors with 13 points, going a perfect five-for-five from the foul line. Malina Moore contributed 10 points and Abby Laizure chipped in eight points. Dover’s Samantha Blair led all scorers with 22 points. Alana Belknap scored
three baskets and added a foul shot to give her nine points for the game. Both Megan Kiser and Hannah Neff contributed six points for Dover. The Junior Varsity teams played an abbreviated two-quarter game, which Dover won 15-9. On Saturday, the Lady Warriors opened up Eastern Buckeye Conference play when they hosted the Marlington Dukes. The Lady Dukes outscored the Warriors 14-7 in the first quarter, and again in the second quarter with a 19-9 run to take a 33-16
advantage into halftime. The Lady Dukes came out hot in the third quarter outscoring the Warriors 22-9, taking a 55-25 advantage into the fourth quarter. Carrollton gained some ground in the fourth quarter outscoring the Lady Dukes 18-9, but they came up short with the final score of 65-43 in favor of the Lady Dukes. Glass led the Warrior scorers with 15 points and went seven-for-eight from the free throw line. Laizure added eight points for Carrollton and Grace Leslie finished with seven points. As a team,
the Lady Warriors pulled down 23 rebounds. Marlington’s Alivia Lesley led all scorers with 23 points and was four-forfive from the free throw line. Allison Lacher knocked in nine field goals for 18 points while Leah Spring contributed 11 points. Carrollton (1-4) (0-1) will host the West Branch Warriors Saturday, Dec. 15. Junior varsity action starts at noon with the varsity game to follow.
Lady Warriors fall to Tornadoes, Dukes; drop to 1-4 By CHRIS MODRANSKI
The Carrollton girl’s basketball team played host to the Dover High School last Wednesday, falling to the Tornadoes 44-32. The Tornados outscored the Warriors in the first quarter 16-9 and again in the second quarter 13-10, taking a 10point (29-19) advantage into halftime. The Lady Warriors Head Coach, Chanda Myers, made an adjustment during intermission.
CHS bowling teams defeat Massillon; Nape records 435 series By JORDAN MILLER
CARROLLTON – The Carrollton girls bowling team won two match against Massillon and Triway to improve to 3-1 (1-0) on the season. The Lady Warriors defeated Massillon 2,111-1,908. Cailyn Bright led Carrollton with a series total of 418, including games of 193 and 225. Rickee Stidom bowled two games of 181 for a series total of
362. Mallory Fox recorded games of 189 and 114 for a total of 303. Bowling individual games for the Lady Warriors were: Olivia Ellington (149), Haley Bittaker (137), Mehgan Harsh (136) and Chelsea Hawk (121). The CHS Lady Warriors beat Triway by a score of 2,400-1,873. Fox led Carrollton to victory with a match-high series total of 378, with games of 201 and 177. Ellington recorded a pair of games (179 and 189) totaling 368. Stidom finished with a
series total of 356, including games of 181 and 175. Bright bowled games of 159 and 171 totaling 330. Nikki Rummell bowled a 156 and Bittaker recorded a 153. The Carrollton boys team defeated Massillon and narrowly lost to Triway. The Warriors routed Massillon 2,3001,977. Kaleb Nape led Carrollton with games of 209 and 226 for a series total of 435. Brycen Carter recorded a series total of 387, including games of 204 and 183.
Aaron Clark bowled games of 190 and 156 for a series total of 347. Fred Tessanne finished the game with total score of 333, including games of 157 and 176. Coby Weiland bowled a 161 and Trevor Burkhart finished with a single game of 150. Triway edged Carrollton by a score of 2,729-2,692. Nape led the Warriors once again, this time with games of 217 and 243 for a series total of 460.
Clark rolled games of 193 and 207 for a final score of 400. Carter recorded a series total of 395, including games of 182 and 213. Tessanne finished with games of 213 and 177 for a score of 390. Burkhart recorded an individual game of 149 and Coby Weiland bowled a 121. The Carrollton Warriors bowling teams will be back in action Saturday, Dec. 15 at the Youngstown State University tournament.
Thursday, December 13, 2018
Free Press Standard | SPORTS
Banta wins Malvern Hornet Holiday tournament By JORDAN MILLER
BERLIN CENTER – The Malvern Hornets wrestling team picked up a pair of wins at a trimatch at Western Reserve against the Blue Devils and Cardinal. The Hornets defeated Cardinal 42-24, relying on wins from four of their fourteen wrestlers. Winning for the Hornets were: Johny Walker, who pinned his opponent Tyler Zeigler, in :27; Trevor Hendershott pinned Chase Simak in :45; and Trentyn Skinner won by fall over John Avalon in :49 seconds. Malvern wrestlers winning by forfeit include: Spencer Catlett, Olivia Daniels, Sam Foster and Alex Skinner. Malvern routed Western Reserve 52-18.
Daniels (182 lbs.) pinned her opponent, Nate Farelli, :15 into the second period; with three seconds remaining in the opening period for Malvern’s Trentyn Skinner (220 lbs.), he pinned Western Reserve’s Cameron Hartzell; Foster won with an 11-7 decision over Wyatt Baird. Malvern’s Myles Barnett, Hendershott, Colin Green and Tommy Thompson all won by forfeit. “It was good for us to come out and get two wins as a team,” Malvern Head Coach Robbie Wilson said. “We had a rough start to the season, but we are quickly making progress.” “Trevor Hendershott and Sam Foster have made tremendous strides so far this season,” Coach Wilson said. “They are really stepping up to make out lineup stronger.”
The Malvern Hornets hosted the Malvern Hornet Holiday tournament Dec. 8. Four wrestlers placed for the Hornets: 106 lbs. – Johny Walker (second); 132 lbs. – Tyler Banta (champion); 160 lbs. – Tommy Thompson (second); 220 lbs. – Trentyn Skinner (second) and Ricky Shundry (fourth). “I was very pleased with how we wrestled today,” Wilson said. “The quality of teams increased this year and I thought we competed very well.” “Tyler Banta was able to get on the mat for the first time this season and he looked great,” Coach Wilson said. “I’m really excited for him this year.” The Hornets will be back in action Friday and Saturday (Dec. 14-15) at the Waterloo Invitational. Matches are slated to begin at 4 p.m. Friday.
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Malvern’s Kaden Grinder (green singlet) wrestles an opponent Saturday Dec. 8 at the Malvern Holiday tournament.
Minerva bowlers finish second at Dover invitational MINERVA – The Minerva Lady Lions bowling team narrowly beat the Dover Torandoes on Dec. 5 2,3882,320. Skylar Timmerman led the Lady Lions with a series total of 414, including games of 179 and 235. Carly Koontz bowled games of 190 and 184 for a grand total of 374. Megan Keister recorded
games of 180 and 163 for a total score of 343. Hannah Hawes finished with a series total of 322, including two games of 149 and 173. Jessica Whaley bowled games of 125 and 166 for a final score of 291. Kayla Davis led Dover’s team with scores of 235 and 169 for a series total of 404. On Dec. 8, the Lady Lions
competed in the first ever Dover Invitational, placing second to Indian Valley. Keister led Minerva with games of 224, 233 and 192 for a series total of 649. Koontz bowled games of 188, 171 and 203 for a final score of 562. Hannah Hawes recorded games of 210, 173 and 164 for a series total of 547. Timmerman finished with a
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series total of 514, including games of 156, 176 and 182. Whaley bowled a 468 series with games of 155, 167 and 146.
The Lady Lions demolished the Canton South Wildcats 2,224-1,486 Dec. 10. Keister led Minerva with a
score of 437. The bowling team will be back in action Dec. 15 at HOF Lanes.
are expecting their eighth. Mike has worked at Malvern Manufacturing for 36 years and is scheduled to retire this January. Shawn Ball Shawn graduated from Malvern in 2012. He earned two varsity letters in both football and basketball. Shawn excelled as a quarterback on the football field. He earned All-Ohio first-team honors in 2011 and third-team honors in
2010. He was twice selected as the Inter-Valley Conference's Player of the Year. He graduated with nine school records and has career totals of 5,086 passing yards, 32 touchdowns and 310 completions. He went on to play one year of football at Bethany College. Shawn resides in Zanesville with his wife, Susan. They have three children, Liam, Sophie and Preston. Shawn works at George Igel Company in Columbus.
HOF FROM P. 7 In football, he was named to the IVC first-team in 1974, and was quarterback of the first IVC Championship team in 1973. In baseball, he was twice selected to the IVC first team, and threw a perfect game against Tusky Valley in 1975. He was captain of all three sports his senior year. Mike and his wife Michelle have five children, Brittany, Mara, Nick, Tony and Vince; and seven grandchildren; they
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y t i n u m Com Trinity Lutheran Church Rev. Andrew Riggs 275 N. Lisbon, Carrollton Phone 627-4840 Worship 11 A.M. Sunday School 9:45 A.M.
First Christian Church of Malvern Kenny Thomas, Senior Minister Brandon Schwartz Jr./Sr. High Youth Minister Kevin Crater, Children’s Minister 4046 Coral Rd. NW., Malvern Phone 330-863-1303 8:30 a.m. - Heritage Service 10 a.m. - Connection Service 11:30 a.m. - Connection Service
Shown with some of the bikes repaired and donated by Buckeye Career Center’s students are (from left) Gabe Gump, Dana Miller, Becky Amistadi, Jordan Yoder (Garaway/Ag & Diesel), Justin Kieffer (Garaway/Ag & Diesel and Com. Truck), and Isaiah Wheatley (Carrollton/ Ag & Diesel).
BCC adult, high-school students repair and donate 50 bikes Buckeye Career Center’s annual bicycle drive to benefit T-4-C’s Share-A-Christmas has received a boost for the 2018 campaign. Community members and students donated 30 used bikes that have been repaired by Agriculture & Diesel Technology and Commercial Truck Technology students, just in time for toy distribution. New this year was the contribution of 22 brand-new bicycles from the BCC Adult Education Basic and Advanced Emergency Medical Technician classes. EMT instructor Dana Miller, who also has a son in the high school Ag & Diesel program, explains that she challenged her Basic EMT students to contrib-
ute a couple bikes. “I have a class of 20 students and thought they could put their money together and then it snowballed,” said Miller. It wasn’t long before the Basic class asked the Advanced class to join the fun. “They either went and bought the bikes on their own or gave us money to make the purchases,” said Miller. Emergency responders typically have caring hearts, so Miller isn’t surprised by the generosity. “They’re in EMS so they are already givers,” she said. One student stood out the most to Miller as she gave up her daily sweet tea purchase for a month to contribute to the bike drive. “I know it’s just sweet tea but it is something,” said Miller. “A
lot of these students are single people, struggling and working hard taking this class. I know they don’t have the extra money but they still brought in bikes.” When asked which class won the bike drive, Miller’s assistant instructor Becky Amistadi simply replied, “The kids.” As the bike drive comes to a close, students are making final repairs to the donated used bikes, which now await distribution to those benefiting from this year’s Share-A-Christmas effort. In addition, BCC students will also repair any bikes that were donated during the annual WJER Radio Toy Drive. In total, Buckeye students have donated 5,177 non-perishable food items and 437 toys, as well.
Sherrodsville Wesleyan choir to present ‘O’ Little Town of Bethlehem’ The Sherrodsville Wesleyan Church Choir, under the direction of Pastor Tara Parson, will be presenting the Christmas Cantata “O Little Town of Bethlehem” this Sunday morning, Dec. 16, at 10:30 a.m. On a quiet, calm night in Bethlehem, heaven›s light broke through the darkness with the birth of Christ. Shepherds, and later wise men, joined a host of angels to rejoice in this divine arrival on earth. Two thousand years later, Christians reflect on how this single event in a humble stable would change the rest of history. Join them as they take a journey back in time to this incredible story. The Sherrodsville Wesleyan Church is located at 73 N. Church St., Sherrodsville (on state Route 39).
Dellroy Church of the Nazarene Pastor Damon Spurgeon 7 Liberty St., Dellroy Phone 735-2609 Sunday School 9:30 A.M. Worship 10:30 A.M. Wed. Kids ROCK 5:30-7 p.m. Ladies Bible study 6-7:30 p.m Youth group 6:30-8 p.m. Carrollton Church of God Pastor Jarron Fry 371 Moody Ave., Carrollton Phone 330-627-4406 Sunday Worship 10:30 A.M. carrolltonchurchofgod.org Carrollton Baptist Temple Pastor: David L. Powell 1211 Lincoln Ave. N.W., Carrollton Phone 627-5124 Sunday School 10:00 A.M. Worship 11:00 A.M., 6:00 P.M. Wed. 7:00 P.M. Wed. Kings Kids & Youth 6:30 P.M. Free transportation for all services Sherrodsville Calvary U.M. Church Pastor Ken Ogg Worship 9:00 A.M. Sunday School 10:15 A.M. Choir - Call church for current days and times Chestnut Ridge United Methodist Church Pastors Lee Iden 1177 Cinder Rd. NE, Carrollton Phone 330-614-4395 Sunday Worship 11:45 A.M.
Mt. Pleasant United Methodist Church Rev. Steve Smith Church - 89 Canyon Rd. S.W., Carrollton Worship 9:45 A.M. Sunday School 11 A.M. Office and Church Phone 330-627-2219 Herrington-Bethel United Methodist Church Pastor Allen Hill 4009 Arbor Rd., Phone 330-627-5291 wwwHerringtonBethel.com Worship Service at 9:30 A.M.
concert is free and open to the public. Also performing will be guest singer Kyla Higgs of Carrollton and accordionist Bobby Moser of Minerva. A love offering will be taken and a covered dish luncheon will be provided after the concert.
Kilgore-Harsh Memorial United Methodist Church Rev. Mark Thomas Kilgore Kilgore, Ohio Worship 9:30 A.M. Sunday School 10:30 A.M. Harsh Memorial Harlem Springs, Ohio Phone 739-3472 Sunday School 10:00 A.M. Worship 11:00 A.M. Tuesday Contemporary Praise and Worship Service, followed by small groups and youth group - 6:30 to 7 P.M.
MARK ALLEN CHAPMAN
Sunday, Dec. 16 at 6 p.m. The Hallelujah Chorus will also be performed during this evening’s entertainment, that
is a free event and everyone is welcome to attend. All church information can be obtained at www.calvaryumcohio.org.
Pleasant Hill, Perrysville UMCs plan ‘A Christmas Celebration’ cantata
Pleasant Hill and Perrysville United Methodist Churches combined choir will perform the Christmas cantata “A Christmas Celebration,” on Sunday, Dec. 16, at 10:30 a.m.
Bergholz Faith Community Church Pastor Chad Thompson Rt. 524, Bergholz, Ohio Phone 740-768-2835 Worship 10:45 A.M.
First Unted Methodist Church Rev. Daniel Loomis, Senior Pastor Rev. Kimberly Arbaugh, Associate Pastor 253 S. Lisbon, Carrollton, Ohio 627-7671 Sunday School 9:30 A.M. Worship 8:15 A.M., 10:45 A.M. yellowbrickchurch.org The Bridge (Carroll County Fairgrounds) Sunday Worship 10 a.m.
Calvary UMC to present Bethlehem Morning Christmas Cantata Dec. 16
Sherrodsville’s Calvary United Methodist Church Choir & Friends will present Bethlehem Morning Christmas Cantata on
St. Martin Lutheran Church 301 West Main St., Malvern, OH Sunday School 9 A.M., followed by coffee Worship 11:00 A.M. Communion 1st & 3rd Sunday www.lutheransonline.com/stmartinmalvern 330-863-1375
Baxters Ridge United Methodist Church Rev. Richard Wallace Office: 330-735-3187 4006 Jade N.W., Carrollton, Ohio Sunday School 9:30 A.M. Worship Service 10:30 A.m. (Handicao Accessible)
Chapman to perform Christmas concert in Bergholz Sunday Mark Allen Chapman of Medina will perform a Christmas concert on Sunday, Dec. 16, at 10:30 a.m., at the Bergholz Fire Station House, 724 Monroe St., Bergholz. The concert is sponsored by the Bergholz United Methodist Church and Chestnut Ridge United Methodist Church. The
Arranged by Tom Fettke, the cantata will be performed at the Pleasant Hill United Methodist Church on state Route 332, 3003 Scio Road, Carrollton.
Liz Stackhouse is the soloist and Carol Walter will be the accompanist. Dixie Hendricks is charge pastor. The community is invited to attend.
Pleasant Grove-Mt. Zion United Methodist Church Pastor John Carpenter 330-895-2011 (Cell) 740-262-8103 Pleasant Grove 5230 Arrow Rd. N.W., Minerva Sunday School 9:45 a.m. Worship 10:45 a.m. Mt. Zion 2004 Bellflower Rd., Minerva P.O. Box 163, Augusta, 44607 Phone 330- 895-2016 Worship 9:30 a.m. Sunday School 10:45 A.M. Bible Study every Wednesday at 6:30 p.m. (Vertical chair lift available, elevator like)
Perrysville-Pleasant Hill United Methodist Church Pastor Dixie Hendricks Rt. 164, Perrysville Sunday School 9:30 A.M., Worship 10:30 Pleasant Hill Scio Rd. S.W. (Rt.332), Carrollton Worship 9:00 A.M. Sunday School 10:00 A.M. Church of Christ (Christian Disciples) Mark Statler 353 Moody Ave. S.W. Carrollton Phone 627-4451 Worship 10:00 A.M. Sunday School 9 A.M. First Presbyterian Church Rev. Mike Doak 200 N. Lisbon St., Carrollton Phone 627-4330 Church Service 10:30 A.M. Augusta Christian Church 8150 Andora Rd., NE, Augusta, Ohio Phil Fairchild Phone 330-738-3302 Sunday School 9:30 A.M. Worship 10:30 A.M. The Family Worship Center Full Gospel Church Pastor Diana Bowling-Ruoff 225 N. Lisbon St., Carrollton Phone 330-627-5589 Sunday Worship 10:00 A.M. Children’s Church after Praise & Worship Wed. Night Prayer 7-8:00 P.M. Kilgore Evangelical Church 8114 Germano Rd. S.E. Amsterdam, Ohio Sunday School 10:00 A.M. Worship 11:00 A.M. Eve. 6:00 P.M. Wed. Bible Study 7:00 P.M. 330-739-5035 Seventh-day Adventist Pastor William Rodriguez 450 12th St., Carrollton Office Phone 330-627-7777 Cell Phone 440-465-4299 firstname.lastname@example.org SaturdayServices Sabbath School 2 P.M. Church Service 3 P.M. Thursday Bible Study @ 6:30 p.m. Handicap accessible Carroll United Presbyterian Church Rev. Lewis Johnston 265 2nd St. S.W. Carrollton Phone 330-627-4109 Sunday Worship 9:15 A.M. Adult & Children Sunday School 10:30 A.M. Heaven’s Edge Apostolic Church Pastor Bill Grimes 1196 Brenner Rd. NE, Carrollton Phone 330-324-7969 Sunday Service 10 A.M. Thursday Bible Study 7 P.M. Old Path Bible Baptist Pastor David Crisco 295 E. Main St., Carrollton Phone 330-575-4773 Sunday Bible Study 10 A.M. Sunday Service 11 A.M. WednesdayBibleStudy6:30P.M. Resurrection Lutheran Church (LCMS) Lutheran Church-Missouri Synod Pastor Kevin Mcleod 105 S. Reed Ave. Malvern (location formerly the Village Florist) Services: Sunday at 9:30 A.M. Sunday School follows Worship Service 330-205-2359 or 330-863-0178 www.resurrectionlutheranonline.com Amsterdam Community Church of God Pastor Steve Anderson Amsterdam, Ohio Phone 740-543-3927 Sunday Worship 10:30 A.M. & 7 P.M. Children’s Programs Wednesday 10:30 A.M. and 7 P.M. Harrison Hills United Pentecostal Church Pastor Phillip Spellman 87800 Cadiz-Jewett Rd. Phone 740-946-2851 Sunday School 9:30 A.M. Worship 10:45 A.M, Youth Service 5 P.M Tuesday Bible Study 7:30 P.M. St. James Church Rev. Joseph Zamary, Pastor 400 W. Lisbon St., Waynesburg Phone 330-866-9449 Mass Saturday 4:30 P.M. Mass Sunday 9 A.M. Carrollton Church of The Nazarene Rev. Grace Baughman 274 Fifth St., N.W. Carrollton Phone 330-862-8016 Sunday Worship 11:00 A.M. Sunday School 10:00 A.M. Christ Community Church Pastor Scott Welch 20 East Main St., Dellroy, Ohio Phone 330-735-2127 Men’s Group 8 A.M. L4 - Learning for Life 9 A.M. Worship Service 10 A.M. Kids Church 10 A.M. www.mychristcommunity.org Grace Chapel 22797 Ellsworth Ave., Minerva 330-868-6700 www.gracechapel.cc Sunday services meet at Minerva High School (501 Almeda Ave) Visit website for times and details
Mt. Zion Church of God 13353 Lincoln St., Minerva Pastor Leamon R. Whitehead 330-868-1016 Sunday morning service 10:00 A.M. Sunday evening service 6:00 P.M. Thursday evening service 7:00 P.M. Harsh Bible Church Minister Ed Good 4236 Lunar Rd., Carrollton, Ohio Phone 330-494-7559 Sunday School 9:30 A.M. Worship 10:30 A.M. Sunday Evening Service 6 P.M. Wednesday Bible Study 7 P.M. Carrollton Bible Chapel “Community Fellowship in Jesus Christ” Senior Pastor Dr. Chuck Wilson 365 Steubenville Rd. S.E. Carrollton Phone 627-7376 Sunday School 9:30 A.M. Sunday Worship 10:30 A.M. Y outh Groups Wed. 6:30 P.M. Wesley Community Chapel Rev. Gordon Warner 569-12th St. N.W. Carrollton Phone 627-2917 Sunday School 9:45 A.M. Worship 10:45 A.M. Sunday Evening Service 6:00 P.M. Wednesday 7:00 P.M. Youth and children ministries Greenbrier Non Denominational Church Harold Barber, pastor 330-738-3301 5207 Apollo Rd., Salineville, Ohio 43945 Worship Service 10 A.M. Waynesburg Free Will Baptist Church Pastor Raymond Stanley 8600 Waynesburg Dr., Waynesburg, OH Ph. 866-3317, Pastor’s Ph. 330-837-2494 Sunday Service 10 A.M. & 7 P.M. Thursdays 7 P.M. Gospel singing - 3rd Saturday of month at 7 P.M. North Suburban Church of Christ Minister: Steve Wilsford 1067 N. Lisbon, Carrollton Phone 330-627-1111 Sunday - Bible Study 9:45 A.M. Sunday Worship 10:55 A.M., 6:00 P.M. Wednesday Bible Study 7:00 P.M. Free Bible Study Correspondence Course - P.O. Box 613, Carrollton, OH 44615 Sandy Valley Baptist Temple Pastor Matt Smith 530 Elson Street, P.O. Box 482 Magnolia, Ohio 44643 Ph: 330866-3254 Sunday School 10 A.M. Sunday Preaching 11 A.M. Sunday Evening 6 P.M. Wednesday Evening 7 P.M. Carrollton Believers Fellowship “A God Experience for the Whole Family” Pastors Frank & Fran Leghart 3006 Waynesburg Rd., Carrollton Phone 330-627-4848 Mailing address: PO Box 146, Carollton, OH 44615 Services: Sunday 10 A.M. Wednesday 7 P.M. Children’s classes & Nursery at all services BLAZEYouthMinistry-Weds.7P.M. Malvern United Methodist Church Pastor Frank Zugaro 121 Wood Street Phone 330-863-0009 Worship: 9:30 A.M. Sunday School: 11 A.M. Youth: Sunday evenings at 6:30 P.M. New Vine Baptist Church 423 East Porter St., Malvern Pastor Steve Gilreath Phone 330-627-5972 Sunday Morning Worship: 11 A.M. Sunday Evening Worship: 6 P.M. Adult Bible Study and Youth Group: Thursday at 7 P.M. Damascus Friends Church Malvern Campus Malvern High School, 401 W. Main St. Mark Wells, Campus pastor 330-605-8435 Contemporary Sunday Services: 9:30 Adult Sunday School 9:30 A.M. High-middle school 11 a.m. Children’s Reign Forest, both services VoAsh Lake Chapel Non-Denominational Church 6702 Morningside Dr. SW Carrollton, OH Pastor Ben Boggess Worship: Sunday, 10 a.m. Bible Study: Monday, 6:30 p.m. Catholic Community of Minerva and Malvern Pastor Rev. Fr. Victor Cinson Office 330-868-4498 P.O. Box 275, Minerva, OH 44657 St. Gabriel 400 W High St., Minerva Saturday: 6 p.m. Sunday: 10:30 a.m. Weekday: Tuesday & Thursday 9 a.m. St. Francis Xavier 125 Carrollton St., Malvern Saturday: 4 p.m. Sunday 8:30 a.m. Weekday: Monday & Wednesday 8 a.m. Riley’s United Methodist Church Pastor Patrick Smith Rt. 39, Salineville Worship 9:30 A.M.
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Thursday, December 13, 2018
John Gregg planning holiday activities for break
Frank D’Ambrosio will perform with the Tuscarawas Philharmonic’s Adult and Children Choruses on Saturday, Dec. 14, at the Kent State Tuscarawas Performing Arts Center.
Tusc Philharmonic, Frank D’Ambrosio to reprise hit holiday concert Dec. 15 The Tuscarawas Philharmonic welcomes back the legendary Franc D’Ambrosio for his musical memoir, “Christmas in New York.” On stage at the Kent State Tuscarawas Performing Arts Center, the reprise performance of last year’s holiday hit will begin at 7:30 p.m. on Dec. 15 and will feature the Philharmonic’s Adult and Children’s Choruses. Fresh from an appearance at Carnegie Hall, where D’Ambrosio performed with The Four Phantoms, he is best known for his portrayal of the Phantom in Andrew Lloyd Webber’s award-winning musical, “The
Phantom of the Opera.” His resume also includes an Academy Award-nominated film, an Emmy Award-nominated television show, a four-time Tony-nominated Broadway show, two Grammy considerations and a National Theatre Award nomination. Since leaving Broadway, D’Ambrosio has toured extensively throughout the United States, Europe and South America with his critically acclaimed one-man shows, and in 2011 he debuted a new show, “Christmas in New York.” Philharmonic conductor Eric Benjamin collaborated with
D’Ambrosio to orchestrate the holiday show, and the work was first performed by the Philharmonic in 2017. “So successful was the premiere that we immediately decided to repeat it,” said Benjamin. “Our combined efforts will provide, I hope, the experience of hearing this beloved music with some of the wonder of hearing it as though for the first time.” Tickets are still available at www.TuscarawasPhilharmonic.org or by calling the Performing Arts Center box office at 330-308-6400. Tickets range from $24-$36, with student and senior discounts available.
It’s beginning to look a lot like Christmas at SLHS
It’s beginning to look a lot like Christmas at Southern Local High School, where classes will be decking the halls with holiday décor. The school leadership committee, which includes about 11 SLHS students, is spearheading the project and each corridor has a corresponding theme. Hopes are to have the decorations ready so students - and staff - can start counting down to Christmas break. Leadership committee member Aubrianna Mellott said the idea was to do something fun
and festive to ring in the season. “We came up with the idea to try to show how we can work together as a school and make something the elementary kids can come and see, as well as something we can put on for the community.” The original plan was to decorate for Halloween, but organizers opted to get into the Christmas spirit. Teachers became involved and holiday themes were selected for areas of the building including “Candy Land,” “Gingerbread,” “The Grinch” and “Winter Won-
derland,” “Frozen,” and “Santa and His Elves.” Students signed up to decorate and have been spending time before and after school getting the hallways ready. Hopes are to showcase their designs to the public during the school basketball game on Dec. 15. Mellott noted that it was not a competition, but rather a show of cooperation. “We wanted to bring everyone together and make it uniform. Everyone can do something and be included.”
CHS to present ‘The Last Curtain Call’ The CHS Speech and Theatre department is proud to present “The Last Curtain Call, a Tribute to the Past” in place of the annual “Home for the Holidays Cabaret.” The reunion of students, alumni, and supporters is scheduled for Dec. 15, at Bell-Herron Audito-
rium. A reception will begin at 6 p.m. with light refreshments, photo displays, and items up for auction. 7 p.m. will begin performances from a selection of musicals, all performed by original cast members of that CHS production. Admission is free to the
community. All donations will benefit the students of the CHS Speech and Theatre Department. Please contact the CHS Friends of Forensic and Dramatic Arts Booster Club or Alzana Nuzzolillo at 330-627-8245 with any questions.
Events Calendar ON GOING EVENTS
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 330-735-2127 or email@example.com. CAREGIVER SUPPORT Group at C.C. Dist. Library Dec. 17 from 2:30-4:30 p.m. and every 3rd Monday of each month. For more info. call Pat Lake, RN at 800-945-4250 ext. 4901. THIS WEEK EVENTS
SCOTT TAGGART Northern Lights painting series at C.C. Arts Center, Dec. 14, 6-8 p.m. Registration required. Purchase ticket at Eventbrite or the Center. Prepayment of $35 required.
CHRISTMAS PICS with Santa at Carrollton Tractor Supply, Dec. 14 & 15, 10 a.m.-2 p.m. and Dec. 16, 11 a.m. – 2 p.m. Sponsored by CCAPL. A 4x6 photo for $10 is offered at time of sitting. All proceeds go to the nokill animal shelter building fund. CHILDREN’S ART Series: Christmas Workshop at C.C. Arts Center, 204 W. Main St., Dec. 15, 10:30 a.m. – 12 p.m. Make 2 special ornaments. $10 per child. Reserve your space now. Younger children must be accompanied by an adult. 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. PLEASANT HILL and Perrysville UMC combined choir will
perform the Christmas cantata “A Christmas Celebration” Dec. 16 at 10:30 a.m. Performance to take place at Pleasant Hill UMC, 3003 Scio Rd. (SR 332). Community invited to attend. UPCOMING EVENTS
LORI ELLEN Event ‘Acrylic Pours Couture by Lori’ to be held Jan. 11, 6-9 p.m. at the C.C. Arts Center, 204 W. Main St. Cost is $40. Register at Eventbrite or the Center. Space is limited. SCOTT TAGGART Event ‘Monarch of the Forest’ to be held Jan. 25, 6-9 p.m. at the C.C. Arts Center, 204 W. Main St. Registration required. Purchase tickets at Eventbrite or at the Center. Prepayment of $35 required and includes all supplies. Space is limited.
Senior Center Menus Dec. 17-21 Carrollton Friendship Center Malvern Nutrition Site Sherrodsville Lions Club
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 – White chili, cottage cheese, pickled beets, banana, juice, bread/margarine. Tuesday – Baked chicken, mashed potatoes/gravy, succo-
tash, pears, corn bread, margarine. Wednesday – Birthday dinner. Baked ham, sweet potatoes, green bean casserole, cranberry relish/dessert, dinner roll/ margarine. Thursday – Country fried steak, mashed potatoes, carrots, Mandarin oranges, bread/margarine. Friday – Breaded fish sandwich, potato wedges, peaches, coleslaw, juice. Minerva Senior Center
Call 330-868-6004 by noon on the day you plan to attend. Dinner is served at 5 p.m. Diabetic salads and desserts are
available upon request. Monday – Sauerkraut w/pork, mashed potatoes, chunky applesauce, cake. Tuesday – Beef roast, mashed potatoes/gravy, marinated carrots, yummy dessert. Wednesday – Creamed turkey over biscuits, pea salad, ice cream/cookie. Thursday – Gourmet pork chops, baked sweet or white potatoes, broccoli/grape salad, cinnamon surprise. Friday – Ham loaf, scalloped potatoes, green beans, tossed salad, cake. The Minerva Senior Center will be closed the week of Dec. 24-28.
John Gregg Elementary School is celebrating Christmas with a variety of activities slated before the holiday break. The month began with a toy drive until Dec. 7 to benefit the Just Be Clause charity in Bergholz, which distributes gifts to needy local kids. New toys, books, wrapping paper and tape were collected in each classroom and given to the organization. Subsequent events included a Christmas Candygram Sale with items to be dispersed Dec. 19; a Santa’s Workshop held by the school PTO on Dec. 3-7 to give students some holiday shopping ideas; a visit from Santa and Mrs. Claus on Dec. 6 to distribute candy canes and collect Christmas wishes from the kids; and an Ugly Christmas Sweater Contest for staff and students Dec. 17. There is a $1 cost to participate in the contest and proceeds go to the Friendship Room in Steubenville. The school will hold its Christmas program Dec. 18. Music teacher Kathy Ramsey said this year’s theme is “Christmas on Broadway” and two performances will be held at 9:30 a.m. for grades PreK-6 and 1:30 p.m. for grades K-6. Parents of students with last names beginning from A-M are to attend the morning show while those with letters N-Z are to attend the afternoon performance. Another performance is slated for staff and students on Dec. 20. “We will be using a common reading strategy and compare and contrast for this event,” Ramsey said. “The entire school will be singing two songs per grade level with lots of extra entertainment between performances.” Kindergarten and first-graders will celebrate Christmas Around the World Dec. 14 with classrooms being transformed into such countries as Spain, Brazil, Ireland and Canada. First-grade teacher Amy Sinicropi said students will travel between rooms with special passports and learn songs and stories about the countries as well as watch videos and make crafts. Second and third-grade students will then take part in similar events Dec. 19 and learn about global yuletide traditions. Organizer Tiffani Roush, a second-grade teacher at the school, said students will get to learn the customs of Ireland, Jamaica, Mexico and even the North Pole. “This is a fun way to teach the kids about our world as we look at the culture and traditions of different countries,” she said. “They also love the opportunity to go into different classrooms
Fourth-graders Kayla Koehnlein and Bella Evans browse among the gift items during Santa’s Workshop at John Gregg Elementary. The seasonal event was conducted by the school PTO to help complete students’ shopping lists.
Santa and Mrs. Claus visited John Gregg Elementary School Dec. 6, where they ventured through classrooms to collect Christmas wishes and distribute candy canes. Pictured are the Clauses with sixth-grader Mya Keenan.
and get to know the teachers better.” Leading up to the big day, second-graders will also have a special Gingerbread Day and receive packets of mix to make at home with their families. “They choose a country for their gingerbread man to travel to, research that country and fill out the information on a passport. Then they decorate their gingerbread to show the customs of the country they chose. These will be displayed in the hallway,” Roush added. “We will set aside one day to make and decorate gingerbread cookies. The kitchen staff helps by baking the cookies and students also analyze the characters and compare the many different versions of the Gingerbread Man.” Meanwhile, students can also enjoy a holiday movie that day
while raising funds for a good cause. Fifth and sixth-grade teacher Tally Pasiuk said kids will pay $1 to attend the movie, $1 to wear pajamas and 50 cents for popcorn to help generate some money for the Pediatric Cortical Visual Impairment (PCVI) Society and Just Be Clause. “PCVI will help advocate for improvement in the quality of life of children with vision loss due to a brain disorder, disease or injury,” she explained. “Just Be Clause is a local organization that provides local children with gifts this holiday season.” Pasiuk said donations to PCVI may also be made online at www.pediatriccvisociety.org. The celebration winds down with Christmas parties Dec. 20 and school dismisses early for the holiday break. Classes will resume on Jan. 3.
Edison Junior, Senior High School to present Christmas concerts
Edison Jr./Sr. High School band and choir members will be making holiday music during Christmas concerts slated for mid-December. The Christmas choir concert is set for Dec. 14 with seventh and eighth grade singers taking the stage at 6 p.m. and grades 9-12 and the A Cappella Choir performing at 7:30 p.m. Vocal music director Dani Carroll said the choirs will perform a collection of holiday, secular and winter songs to ring in the yuletide season. Admission is free but donations will be accepted to benefit the music program. A potential snow date has been scheduled for Dec. 16 at 2 p.m. and 3:30 p.m., respectively, in case of inclement weather. The junior high band will host its concert Dec. 18 at 7 p.m. in the school auditorium. Band director Marc Sansone said admission is by donation only and proceeds benefit the band program. The seventh and eighth grade bands, as well as the jazz band, will perform a variety of hol-
Carroll County Veterans Service changes meeting The Carroll County Veterans Service Commission will hold its commissioners meeting on Monday, Dec. 17, 4 p.m., at the office, instead of Dec. 24 because of the holiday.
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Legals NOTICE BY PUBLICATION OHIO CIVIL RULE 4.4(A) Legal Notice as follows: To the Defendant: William R. Wiandt, whose address is unkown: In the Carroll County Clerk of Courts 119 South Lisbon St., Suite 401 Carrollton, Ohio 44615 Carroll County, Ohio Court of Common Pleas Plaintiff: 21st Mortgage Corporation Defendants: Duane P. Bowyer, et al. Case No. 18CVE29029 Judge Dominick E. Olivito, Jr. Plaintiff has brought this action naming you as the Defendant in the above-named court by filing its Complaint on 03/22/2018. The object of the Complaint is to foreclose the mortgage against Defendants. The prayer is that Plaintiff be found to have a good and valid first lien on the within described premises in the amount as set forth in the complaint and accrued interest and penalties, if any; that each of the Defendants be required to answer setting up their interest, if any, in said premises, or be forever barred from asserting same; that unless the amount found due the Plaintiff be paid within a reasonable time to be named by the Court, the equity of redemption of said Defendants shall be foreclosed and an order of sale issued to the Plaintiff for it to be directed to sell said premises as upon execution, and for such other relief as Plaintiff may be entitled. Situated in the Township of Perry, County of Carroll and State of Ohio: Being part of the Southeast Quarter of Section 5, Township 13, Range 6 and further described as follows: Beginning at the Southeast corner of said Southeast Quarter of Section 5; Thence North 84 deg. West along the section line a distance of 17.7 feet to a point; Thence North 6 deg. 30' East, a distance of 1346.00 feet to the true place of beginning and said point being located in the center of County Road #61; Thence North 12 deg. 54' East a distance of 613.3 feet to a point; Thence North 87 deg. 33' East a distance of 655.3 feet to a point in the center of County Road #61; Thence with said County Road #61 South 16 deg. 47' East a distance of 225.5 feet to a point; Thence South 6 deg. 30' West a distance of 506.3 feet to a point at the true place of beginning, containing an area of 11.56 acres, more or less, but subject to all legal highways. You are required to answer the Complaint within
twenty-eight days after the last publication of this notice, which will be published once each week for three successive weeks, and the last publication will be made on December 27, 2018. In case of your failure to answer or otherwise respond as permitted by the Ohio Rules of Civil Procedure within the time stated, judgment by default will be rendered against you for the relief demanded in the complaint. David J. Demers, Esq. (0055423) Michell L. Polly-Murphy (0072091) Cooke Demers, LLC 260 Market Street, Suite F New Albany, Ohio 43054 614-939-0930 614-939-0987 (fax) Attorney for Plaintiff Published in The Free Press Standard December 13, 20 and 27, 2018. PUBLIC NOTICE FOR RENEWAL OF COAL MINING AND RECLAMATION PERMIT Leesville Land, LLC, P.O. Box 415m 86900 Sinfield Rd., Hopedale, OH 43976 has submitted a renewal application for surface and underground coal mining permit D-2385 to the Ohio Department of Natural Resources, Division of Mineral Resources Management. The surface permit contains 53.0 acres and is located in Section 8, Harrison County, Monroe Township, Range T14-N, R-7-W and located on the property of Leesville Land, LLC. The renewal application will allow Leesville Land, LLC to continue the mining operations on D2385 for up to 5 years past the expiration date of 2/9/2017. The underground portion of the application are ia located in Harrison County, Monroe Township, Sections 2, 3, 7, 8, 9, 13, 14 and 15, Range T-14-N, R-7-W, and Sections 26, 27, 31, 32 and 33 Range T-13-N, R-6-W, Carroll County, Orange Township, Sections 4, 5, 6, 10, 11, 12, 13, 16, 17, 18, Range T-14N, R-7-W, Sections 28 and 34, Range T-13-N, R-6-W and Section 7 & 13, Range T-15-N, R-7-W and Tuscarawas County, Union Township, Section 24, Range T-14-N, R-7-W. The application contains 9,360.2 underground acres and is located on the Uhrichsville and Bowerston 7 1/2 Minute U.S.G.S. Quadrangle Map(s), and the surface affectment area is approximately 3 miles South-West of Bowerston. The underground areas will be Room and Pillar. The application is on file at the ODNR, DMRM office at 2271 Reiser Ave., New Philadelphia, Ohio44663 in Tuscarawas County, The Harrison County Recorder's Office at 100 West Market Street, Cadiz, OH 43907 and the Carroll County Recorder at 119 South Lisbon Street, Carrollton, OH 44615 for public viewing. Written comments or requests for an informal conference may be sent to the Division of Mineral Resources Management, 2050 E. Wheeling Avenue,
Cambridge, Ohio437252159 within thirty (30) days of the last publication of this notice. Published in The Free Press Standard December 6, 13, 20 and 27, 2018 BID NOTICE The Board of Lee Township Trustees, Carroll County, will be accepting bids for a Ford 5600 diesel tractor with tiger boom mower. Contact Dale Tinlin for more information (330) 575-4225. Bids will be opened at the regular meeting on December 18, 2018 at 7:30 p.m. at Lee Township Community Hall, 3160 Apollo Rd. SE, Carrollton, Ohio. Bids may also be mailed to Lee Township, 2294 Steubenville Rd. SE, Carrollton, Ohio 44615. Lee Township Trustees reserve the right to refuse any and all bids. Published in The Free Press Standard December 6 and 13, 2018. BID NOTICE The Board of Lee Township Trustees, Carroll County, will be accepting bids for an International tractor with year round cab. Contact Dale Tinlin for more information (330) 575-4225. Bids will be opened at the regular meeting on December 18, 2018 at 7:30 p.m. at Lee Township Community Hall, 3160 Apollo Rd. SE, Carrollton, Ohio. Bids may also be mailed to Lee Township, 2294 Steubenville Rd. SE, Carrollton, Ohio 44615. Lee Township Trustees reserve the right to refuse any and all bids. Published in The Free Press Standard December 6 and 13, 2018. PUBLIC NOTICE The Fox Township Trustees will change the regular meeting scheduled for December 25, 2018 to Wednesday, December 26, 2018. The meeting will be held at 8:00 p.m. at the township garage. Any questions can be addressed to the fical officer at 330738-2132. Debra Meister Fiscal Officer Fox Township Trustees Published in The Free Press Standard December 13, 2018. PUBLIC NOTICE Lee Township Trustees will hold their year-end meeting on Thursday, December 27, 2018. The 2019 reorganizational meeting will be held Thursday, January 4, 2019, followed by the regular bimonthly meeting. Our regular meetings will resume on the first and third Tuesday of each month. The meetings will be held at the Harlem Springs Community Hall at 7:30 p.m. Nancy Knox Fiscal Officer Lee Township Trustees Carroll County Published in The Free Press Standard December 13, 2018.
is accepting applications for the position of FULLTIME PATROLMAN with the Carrollton Village Police Department. Successful applicants must have current OPOTA Certification, possess a valid Ohio driver’s license, and have the ability to successfully pass a drug screen and criminal background check. Applications are available either on the village website or may be picked up at the City Building located at 80 Second St. SW during the hours of 7:30 a.m. thru 4 p.m., Monday thru Friday. The starting wage for this position is $17.00 per hour and all applications must be received at the City Building no later than 4 p.m. on Friday, December 21, 2018. (49,50cweb) ___________________ Position opening for C o m m u n i t y Relations/Special Projects Coordinator. Applications will be accepted Dec. 3 thru Dec. 13, 2018. Qualifications: High school degree or equivalent, journalism, marketing or related field preferred. Five (5) years of related experience in public relations, staff training, marketing, grant development or volunteer coordinating. Resume to be submitted to: firstname.lastname@example.org or Carroll County Board of DD, PO Box 429, Carrollton, Ohio 44615. Attn: Amy Swaim, Executive Secretary. (49,50cweb) ___________________ The Village of Carrollton is seeking to fill a fulltime Office Clerk/Accounting position. Starting wage is $13.00 per hour with a great benefit package. Duties
include accounts payable, payroll, and monthly reconciliation. Payroll experience is preferred. Applications can be picked up at the Municipal Building, 80 2nd St. SW or send resume to: email@example.com. Deadline to apply is Dec. 24, 2018. (50,51cweb) ___________________ Line Operators needed at plastic manufacturing plant. Full benefits, tiered pay scale, must pass drug test. Apply at 750 Garfield Ave., Carrollton, OH. (08tfcweb) ___________________
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For Rent 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 thatall dwellings advertised are available on an equal opportunity basis. The Free Press Standard ___________________ Furnished apartment in Carrollton w/all utilities, cable, internet & trash
provided. Call or text 330-418-3784. (50cweb) ___________________ Large 2 BR side-by-side duplex in Carrollton with washer, dryer & appliances included. Large yard w/storage building & private parking. No pets. $600/month + deposit. Call 330-7386921. (50cweb) ___________________ Plan your party with us! Large room w/kitchen in the Waynesburg area. Call for details, 330-8630339. (50,51cweb) ___________________ 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. New furnace. 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. New furnace. Well water, sewer, trash & lawn care provided. Stove & refrigerator included. No washer/dryer hook-ups. Large shed w/electric. Located off Rt. 43 north at 2422 Melody Lane, Carrollton. Call & leave message w/FIRST & LAST NAME & number or text 330458-9714. (45tfcweb) ___________________ Downtown Carrollton upstairs 1 BR apartment, includes heat & water, $435/month. Security deposit required. Call Donna, 440-5903842. (44tfcweb) ___________________ Vacation cabins for rent in Canada – Fish for walleye, perch & northerns. Boats, motors & gas included. Call Hugh at 1-800-426-2550 for a free brochure or visit www.bestfishing.com. (07ncb) ___________________
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*** ATTENTION: Plugging of Oil and Gas Wells *** Orphan Well Program Public Notice
Ohio Department of Natural Resources Division of Oil and Gas Resources Management Dec. 6, 2018 -This notice will run for ﬁve (5) days-
Do you have a valid interest in one of the oil and gas wells listed below, or the equipment attached to, or used in, anyy of these wells? The Orphan W Weell Program is responsible for plugging improperly abandoned oil and gas wellss when no owner or other responsible party can be located. Additional information may be found at http:// oilandgas.ohiodnr.gov/citizens/orphan-well-program. If you believe that you have a valid interest in an oil and gas well or the equipment attached too, or used in, a well listed below, contact the Division off Oil and Gas Resources Management within 10 days off the posting of this notice. Claims of ownership, along with proper documentation demonstratinng a valid ownership interest, should be sent to the following: Ohio Department of Natural Resources Division of Oil and Gas Resources Management 2045 Morse Rd., Bldg. F-3 Columbus, Ohio 43229 614-265-6866 The wells listed below are being considered for plugging by the Division:
Free Press Standard | BUSINESS
Thursday, December 13, 2018
Carrollton salons now offering mani-pedi services By GEORGETTE HUFF FPS Contributor
Few things seem more elegant than having a manicure. Not the haphazard filing followed by the hurried application of clear polish during commercial breaks of “NCIS” that my nails are lucky to get about once in a blue moon. No, I mean the real deal: a warm soak, careful shaping
and artful polishing. Experiencing that kind of attentive service is much easier with the addition of skilled nail technicians at Hair Gallery and New Creation, both in downtown Carrollton. When Shaina Elifritz decided to attend cosmetology school she only wanted to do hair and wasn’t at all interested in nails. That changed, she said, during the first month of training, when she did her first set
of acrylics and knew instantly that she “just loved it.” Shaina graduated from the Raphael School of Beauty Culture in Alliance in July 2018, and joined the staff of Hair Gallery upon receiving her cosmetology license in Sept. 2018. Hair Gallery is located at 60 N. Lisbon St., Carrollton. Manicure services include full sets of acrylics, including shellac, $40; acrylic fills, including
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Tracy Dixon changed careers earlier this year and opened a nail studio inside New Creation, located at 230 W. Main St., Carrollton, next to the Arts Center.
FPS Photo/Georgette Huff
Shaina Elifritz offers manicures and pedicures at Hair Gallery, located at 60 S. Lisbon St. in downtown Carrollton.
CNB adds new loan manager Consumers National Bank has announced that Jason Dougherty has joined the bank as assistant vice president and consumer loan manager. He will manage the growth and operations of the bank’s consumer loan portfolio. Dougherty will report to Scott Dodds, executive vice president and senior lender. “We are excited to add Jason to this new position on our
growing lending team. His experience and knowledge of consumer credit and lending operations will help us grow the bank’s consumer loan portfolio through product and process innovation. Jason will help Consumers improve the customer experience by streamlining processes and by implementing new technology and delivery channels,” said Dodds.
Dougherty has several years of consumer lending experience including underwriting, compliance, systems, and operations. Dougherty earned a Bachelor of Business Administration and International Business from the University of Akron. He is a member of the Wadsworth Young Professionals organization and resides in Wadsworth with his wife.
shellac, $30; and shellac polish, $20. Pedicures, including soaking, pedi-scrub, filing, clipping, massage and polish, are $35. Gift certificates are available. Shaina’s hours are Mon., Wed. and Fri., 9 a.m.-5 p.m., or by appointment. Walk-ins are accepted as time permits. Call 330-605-5002 or 330627-3400 for appointments. Tracy Dixon was a stay-athome mother when she became friends with Lisa McLean, quite a number of years ago, and it was with encouragement
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established Tracy’s Nail Studio inside Lisa’s salon, New Creation, now located at 230 W. Main St., Carrollton. Manicure services include $30 for shellac and $15 for standard manicures. Complete pedicures are $25. A toenail soak and trim is $8. Gift certificates are available. Tracy’s hours are Monday-Friday, 9 a.m. – 5 p.m. Appointments are suggested for weekday hours and also can be scheduled for evening hours. For appointments, call 330312-3034 or 330-627-3868.
Mercy Health Center of Carroll County, located at 125 Canton Road, Carrollton, is looking for a few friendly, outgoing volunteers to help out daily from 8 a.m. until noon. These volunteers must possess basic computer skills to assist patients with using a kiosk and must also be able to greet patients and visitors and direct
and/or escort them to the appropriate area. These volunteers should also be able to promote Mercy programs, services and special events. For more information about this exciting volunteer opportunity, please contact Rose Brace, manager, Mercy Health Center of Carroll County, by calling 330-627-8869.
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from Lisa that led Tracy to enroll in the nail technician program offered at Tusco Beauty School in New Philadelphia. For a short period of time after receiving her license, Tracy did nails at Lisa’s salon, previously located near Kilgore. Tracy then worked as a mail carrier for the Postal Service for more than 10 years, all the while keeping up with cosmetology licensing requirements. She is an advanced manicurist and has a manager’s license. Tracy left the Postal Service earlier this year and recently
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