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Daily Record, The Wooster, OH, July 09, 2010

Vacation Bible School

Week of July 11 WOOSTER -- High Seas Adventure is the VBS theme July 11-15, 6- 8:45 p.m. by Church of the Cross United Methodist and Salem Lutheran Church. For ages 4-12, take a white T-shirt to decorate. Mission project is People to People's "Back to School." Classes will be at 5100 Cleveland Road.

Community Record

Sunday, July 11 Mount Zion Cemetery Association, 1 p.m., Mount Zion Church of Christ. Take a dish to pass, beverage and table service. For more information, 330-669-3970.

Bits and Pieces Early Occupants of College Hills Plaza

Not long ago Don Cicconetti asked if readers could remember any of the original College Hills Shopping Center business establishments. He also asked if anyone knew the name of the celebrity who came to Wooster to preside over the grand opening of the plaza. Fred Bowen called to say he believed Loblaw's (now Canada's biggest grocery store chain) had a grocery store in the northern- most spot while Woolworth's was located somewhere in the middle. He remembered there was an A&P Grocery one or tw...

Land Transfers

WAYNE COUNTY Baughman Township -- Thomas E. Kettlewell to Bank of New York Mellon, 45 Park St., $74,667.

West Holmes Seniors Receive Academic Awards

W. HOLMES DISTRICT -- West Holmes High School held its senior awards program May 26. Seniors awarded are: Honor Students -- Lindsey Arnold, Lacey Austin, Kyle Barnett, Denise Boyd, Brock Bucklew, Kyle Buente, Joseph Bukosky, Alexx Dial, Olivia Finney, Shelbie Geib, Tyra Geiselman, Benjamin Grove, Morgan Guthrie, Brittany Hartman, Jennifer Holcomb, Melody Hostettler, Annie Jaeb, Aaron McKee, Aaron Miller, Brant Miller, Laura Miller, Bethany Molnar, Bryce Norman Ashley Ohse, Derek Reusser, Char...

Shreve Elementary Students Noted for Achievements

TRIWAY DISTRICT -- Students at Shreve Elementary School were given awards for their accomplishments throughout the school year on June 7. They are: Perfect attendance -- Kindergarten: Lylian McCoy, Madeline Kline; first grade: Cheyanna Burkholder, Sam Miller, Andrew Miller, Noah Kinney; second grade: Kaden Campbell, Desi Straw, Christopher Calvert; third grade: Ryan Sigler; fourth grade: Clay Miller, Nathaniel Sturgin; fifth grade: Allyson Stephenson, Ronald McGowan.

Wayne County Community Foundation Awards Scholarships

WOOSTER -- The Wayne County Community Foundation) awarded 173 scholarships totaling more than $380,290 to high school and college students for the 2010-2011 school year. The recipients are:

Carol Barnes

CUMBERLAND, Md. -- Dr. Carol R. Barnes, 81, passed away Friday, May 28, 2010, at Western Maryland Regional Medical Center in Cumberland, Md. She was born Dec. 25, 1922, in Columbus, the daughter of Earl and Florence (Marsh) Barnes. Her formative years were spent in Wooster. After graduation from Wooster High School, she earned a B.A. in journalism from Stanford University (1952), an M.A. in sociology from Kent State University (1969) and a Ph.D. in sociology from the University of Texas at Au...

Boccieri Encourages Abs Materials


Three Crashes in 10 Minutes Leads to Dui Arrest


H. Alberta Colclaser

WOOSTER -- H. Alberta Colclaser (1911-2010) A pioneer in the field of aviation law and a graduate of The College of Wooster, Case Western Reserve University Law School, and Columbia University Law School, H. Alberta "Bert" Colclaser died Wednesday, July 7, 2010, in Wooster, Ohio. She was 99 years old and had resided in Wooster for more than 35 years.

Creston Still Looking for Part-Time Police Chief


Richard Currens

ASHLAND -- Richard Eugene "Dick" Currens, 81, passed away Wednesday, July 7, 2010, at Good Shepherd Home, Ashland. He was born Dec. 10, 1928, in Akron, to Ralph and Alberta (Bradbury) Currens, and grew up in Loudonville, graduating in 1948. He was a sergeant in the Korean War, where he engaged in front line combat as a tank gunner. In his early life, he was a turkey farmer just south of Jelloway. After leaving the farm, he worked in various aspects of sales.

Dalton Rolls to Bronze Crown

Dalton completed a phenomenal Wayne-Holmes Hot Stove Bronze Division season Thursday night when it won the tournament title 12- 6 over Wooster in Rittman. The victory capped a 23-1-1 season and undefeated run through the Bronze Tournament. "The kids played well together, like each other and like baseball," said Dalton Bronze coach Scott Huth. "Last year we played in the Silver Division, but we lost some players to travel ball, and they were pretty good pitchers.

Region Briefs

Angel Food orders being taken SMITHVILLE -- Smithville Brethren Church is taking orders for Angel Food on Saturday and July 17 from 10 a.m.-noon and Wednesday from 5-6:30 p.m. Distribution will be July 24 from 8-10 a.m. There are no income guidelines and no applications.

Paul Hecker

SUGARCREEK -- Paul E. Hecker, 87, 530 Spring St., Sugarcreek, died Wednesday July 7, 2010, at Walnut Hills Retirement Home in Walnut Creek after a one-year illness. Born Oct. 16, 1922, in Holmes County, he was the son of the late Melvin and Elva (Immel) Hecker and married Virginia Bair on April 10, 1943. She preceded him in death on May 7, 2001.

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