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Thursday, February 7, 2019

Sherry’s Book Corner Hello everyone! Are you staying warm enough? I hope so! Just remember, when you go outdoors, layer, layer, layer. I learned that a long time ago and it works. And, the less flesh exposed the better. For those of you who love the outdoors like I do, you know what it takes to enjoy the gifts of nature whatever it may bring. As I see it, there is no reason to stay in the house if you don’t want to! Last July, our son Zach flew to San Juan on business. He purchased this book to read on the plane. He passed it on to me to read. I have read many books in my lifetime, but these characters will live in my heart forever. I was deeply moved in mind and spirit for each one. This is a love story, of life and freedom, whatever the cost. The Bible teaches us, Greater love hath no man than this, that a man lay down his life for his friends. (St. John 15:13.) Anne Frank wrote, “How wonderful it is that nobody need wait a single moment before starting to improve the world.” Until next time, a warm Valentine wish to you from me.

Your friend, Sherry Sherry Kline Bolitho

Adult Book:

Author: Anthony Doerr Publisher: Simon & Schuster, Inc. Price: $17.00 Available at the Carroll County District Library

event is for ages 12 and up. Puzzled by what to do when you’re stuck indoors as winter grinds on? Jigsaw puzzles are fun for everyone. Share your old puzzles and pick up some new ones at the library’s jigsaw puzzle exchange, Saturday, Feb. 23, from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Bring in a puzzle to trade and take another one home. Bring in several much-loved puzzles and take a few home with you to try out. Jigsaw puzzles for any age and of any number of pieces are welcome for trade,

but please make sure they are complete. The library accepts puzzle donations to help stock up the exchange so feel free to drop them off at the library anytime. The Minerva Public Library is located at 677 Lynnwood Dr., one block from US Route 30 in Minerva. For more information about programs or to register, please stop by the library or call 330-868-4101. Visit the library online at www.minervalibrary.info and follow the library on Facebook and Instagram.

Reunion set for CHS class of ‘54 Carrollton Class of 1954 will hold a reunion Saturday, June 15, at 1 p.m. at Carrollton Ponderosa and a breakfast Sunday, June 16, at 9 a.m. at Ponderosa. Anyone knowing the current addresses for

The Minerva Area Chamber of Commerce’s Roxy Theatre will show “Say Anything,” rated PG13, Saturday, Feb. 9, at 7 p.m. In this 1989 romantic comedy, starring John Cusack, Ione Skye, and John Mahoney, a noble underachiever and beautiful valedictorian fall in love the summer before she goes away to college. Admission is $3 per person and doors will open at 6:15 p.m. The Roxy Theater is located at 120 N. Market St. in Minerva’s historic downtown. Other movies scheduled include: March 9, “Bohemian Rhapsody” (PG-13); April 6, “Big” (PG); May 4, “Ferdinand” (PG); and June 8, “Independence Day” (PG-13). For info, contact the Chamber at 330-868-7979 or denise.freeland@minervachamber.org.

Title: All The Light We Cannot See

Marie-Laurie LeBlance is 12 when the Nazis occupy Paris. At the age of six. she is blind. She lost her eyesight due to congenital cataracts. Bilateral. Irreparable. Marie-Laurie lives with a father who adores her. And she him. He is the principal locksmith for the Natural Museum of Natural History. He and his work are her world. Werner Pfenning will be 14 in May. The year is 1940 and no one is laughing at the Hitler youth now. He has one more year. Then they’ll give him a helmet and lamp and stuff him in a cage with the other boys. He grew up with his sister in a two-story orphanage outside of Essen, Germany.  These two lives meet at the end of the war. What happens to them and the world in which they live will enlighten you, inspire you, and give you a whole new meaning about love and the human spirit. “The craftsmanship of Doerr’s book is rooted in his ability to inhabit the lives of Marie-Laurie and Werner.” ---Steve Novak, Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

Pat Gottsman-Ramsey, last known address of Salesburg, N.C., and/or Pat Staley-Osburn, last known address of Ila, Ga., are asked to please contact Vickie Nign at 330-627-4734 or Bill Campbell at 330-627-5099.

Noah Gray graduated from Malvern High School in May of 2015. In 2016, Damascus Friends Church (previously Malvern Schools) entered into a cleaning contract with the Carroll County Board of Developmental Disabilities Employment Department. Since Noah was very familiar with the site, it was the perfect place for him to begin job training. Noah did a great job while cleaning the church. After the initial job was complete, he was offered a permanent cleaning position two days a week. Noah accepted and has been working there for two years. Mayle Homes staff provide transportation and job coaching services for Noah. He takes great pride in the work he does and has become part of the Damascus Friends Church family and also participates in church activities when he is not working. Noah is always willing to help wherever he is needed. Great job Noah!

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By Sherry Kline Bolitho

February fun set at Minerva Library Tired of all the hearts and flowers? Think you’ll scream if you hear one more sappy song? Then Minerva Public Library’s Anti-Valentine’s Day Party might just be for you. Come play games, create anti-Valentine’s Day cards, make (and eat) edible cookie dough, and more in the Minerva Public Library Youth Department Monday, Feb. 11 from 5:30-7:30 p.m. Drop-ins are welcome, but to ensure a spot, please register by calling 330-868-4101 or stop by the Youth Services desk. This

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Felton crowned as Southern queen Southern Local High School senior Riley Felton was crowned the 2019 winter homecoming queen during the Jan. 29 basketball game against Lisbon. Felton of Salineville, is a daughter of Stan Felton and Jennifer Weston.

Bowling Highlights Men’s Thursday Civic 1/3/19 (Carroll Lanes) – Guess Motors 27-8, H&M Tire 23-12, Noramco 21-14, Minor’s Mobile Homes 17-18, Leggett’s Auto 16-19, Smith Piping 1619, Carroll Lanes 14-21, JK Logging 6-29. High bowlers: T. Thompson 696, K. West 687, D. Findling 669, C. DeFord 652, P. Spears 637, R. Sauers 628, S. Kruprzak 628, D. Gilland 613, L. Mogus 603, S. Spears 603. (L. Evans, Sec.) Men’s Monday Industrial 1/7/19 (Carroll Lanes) – Hamilton Insurance 20-5, Carroll Lanes 18-7, Fair Vision 15-10, Noramco 11-14, Columbiana Napa 11-14, McFadden Insurance 0-25. High bowlers: K. West 712, D. Ulman 671, G. Fair 637, Z. Roberts 636, D. Gilland 624, D. Bright 624, D. Tinlin 613, M. Carpenter 601, M. Miller 601, S. Natcher III 601. (L. Evans, Sec.) Men’s Thursday Civic 1/10/19 (Carroll Lanes) – H&M Tire 28-12, Guess Motors 27-13, Noramco 25-15, Minor’s Mobile Homes 21-19, Carroll Lanes 18-22, Leggett’s Auto 17-23, Smith Piping 17-23, JK Logging 7-33. High bowlers: D. DeFord 692, D. Bright 671, D. Findling 668, C. DeFord 662, S. Bright 658, R. Sauers 641, K. West 625, D. Tinlin 602, M. Johnston 602. (L. Evans, Sec.) Men’s Monday Industrial

1/14/19 (Carroll Lanes) – Hamilton Insurance 24-6, Carroll Lanes 19-11, Columbiana Napa 16-14, Fair Vision 15-15, Noramco 16-14, McFadden Insurance 0-30. High bowlers: M. Miller 759 (300 game), K. West 649, R. Stephens 637, M. Carpenter 627. (L. Evans, Sec.) Men’s Thursday Civic 1/17/19 (Carroll Lanes) – H&M Tire 32-13, Guess Motors 31-14, Noramco 26-19, Minor’s Mobile Homes 26-19, Smith Piping 21-24, Carroll Lanes 1926, Leggett’s Auto 17-28, JK Logging 8-37. High bowlers: T. Thompson 616, S. Kruprzak 601, C. DeFord 600. (L. Evans, Sec.) Men’s Monday Industrial 1/21/19 (Carroll Lanes) – Hamilton Insurance 28-7, Carroll Lanes 23-12, Noramco 21-14, Fair Vision 16-19, Columbiana Napa 16-19, McFadden Insurance 1-34. High bowlers: K. West 679, D. Gilland 669. (L. Evans, Sec.) Tuesday Nite Dellettes 1/22/19 (Atwood Lanes) – Advance Auto 108-32, Taggerts 86-54, Tinlin’s Atwood Lanes 80-60, Hume Farms 74-66, J-Pa’s Pizza 72-68, Neighbor Dan’s 67-73, Here 4 the Beer 61-79. High games: H. Tinlin 208, N. DeFord 202, A. Kennedy 202. High series: H. Tinlin 586, A. Kennedy 552, N. DeFord 533, P. Hume 510, B. Leggett 508.

Senior Center Menus Feb. 11-15 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 –Cabbage rolls, mashed potatoes/gravy, corn, mixed fruit, gold fish crackers, 2 bread/margarine. Tuesday – Cooks choice. Wednesday – Beef stroganoff, green beans, spiced peaches, tomato juice, bread/margarine. Thursday – Chicken legs, mashed potatoes/gravy, carrots, fruit, 2 bread/margarine. Friday – BBQ pork chops, baby bakers, spinach, coleslaw, apple, bread/margarine. Minerva Senior Center

All meals are served with bread and butter, beverages, milk, and dessert. Diabetic salads and desserts are available upon request. Please call the senior center at 330-868-6004 by noon on the day you plan to attend. Carryout meals are available daily until 6 p.m. The cost is $6. Monday – Meatloaf, scalloped potatoes, pea salad, cinnamon surprise. Tuesday – Baked turkey, bread dressing, oriental coleslaw, fruit. Wednesday – Homemade mild chili, hotdog on bun, plentiful p’s salad, cherry cheesecake. Thursday – Baked lasagna, garlic bread, tossed salad, red velvet cake. Friday – Pork roast regular or BBQ, potato salad, ranch beans, fruit salad.

SWCD sets Backyard Homesteading Workshop The Carroll County Soil and Water Conservation District will hold its first Backyard Homesteading Workshop this year on Thursday, Feb. 14, 6 p.m., at the Friendship Center, 100 Kensington Road N.E., Carrollton. This month’s topics are “Backyard Layout for Homesteading,” “How Much Food Do You

Need?,” “Vegetable Growing Calendar,” and “Successful Seed Selection.” To register for this free workshop, call 3.30-627-9852. Those interested may register up to the day of the workshop. For a full list of upcoming meetings, see www.carrollswcd. org/backyard-homesteading. Future workshops include:

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March 14 - Raising Small Animals, such as Rabbits: Meat and Marketing; Chickens: Various Uses for Small Scale; and Other Small Animals to Consider. April 11 - Raised Bed Construction; Successful Seed Starting; Companion Planting; and Peas and Leafy Greens. May 9 - Effective Transplanting; Weed ID and Management; and Keeping Wildlife Out. Note this workshop will be held at the Community Garden at the Carroll County Fairgrounds, 106 Kengington Road, Carrollton.

Birth Announcements Jan. 21 - Brittany and Christopher Tangler of Carrollton, a boy, Aultman Hospital. Jan. 23 - Amaris Eltringham and Brady Barrick of Minerva, a boy, Aultman Hospital. Jan. 24 - Sonja Boron and Michael Herrington of Waynesburg, a boy, Aultman Hospital. Brianna and Albert Dalton IV of Waynesburg, a girl, Aultman Hospital. Jan. 27 - Alex and Hunter Logan of Carrollton, a girl, Aultman Hospital.

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