Daily Record, The Wooster, OH

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Daily Record, The Wooster, OH, October 12, 2012

Holmes County Bookmobile

Monday -- Winesburg Elementary School, 9:30 a.m.-2 p.m.; South Bunker Hill School, 1:15-2 p.m.; Winesburg public, 2:30-6:30 p.m. Tuesday -- Nature View School, 12:30-1:30 p.m.; Oak Grove School, 1:45-2:30 p.m.; Mount Hope Post Office, 3:15-5 p.m.; Hiland Bike, 6- 7 p.m.

Anniversary Celebrationsecond Baptist to Mark 120-Year History On Sunday

WOOSTER -- The city's first black church, known for helping out those in the community who have fallen through the cracks, is celebrating its 120th anniversary this month. Second Baptist Church, at 245 S. Grant St., will play host to special guests at its Sunday services in honor of the congregation's hard work and devotion to the community through its years.

Dear Abbywoman Feels Guilt Over Two Families She Helped Shatter

DEAR ABBY: Two men have left their wives for me. The relationship I had with the first one ended very badly (his choice). The second started shortly thereafter, and I am still with him. When the first man found out, he tried to resume seeing me and became verbally abusive and harassed me when I wouldn't. He hasn't returned to his wife and has tried twice to commit suicide.

Community Record

Saturday, Oct. 13 Mount Eaton/Paint Township Historical Society museum, 10 a.m.-4 p.m., 15966 E. Main St., Mount Eaton (next to the bank).


Saturday, October 13, 2012 You'll be extremely lucky in the year ahead when it comes to fulfilling an ambitious objective, so it's important that your goals are clear-cut. Success becomes more probable when you know exactly what you want.

An Island of Weakness in a Sea of Strength

ORRVILLE -- You could almost hear the brain cells popping and nerves fraying as participants in a dyslexia simulation made their way through a veritable mental chamber of horrors. About 125 people, mostly women, participated in a dyslexia simulation called Walk in the Shoes of a Dyslexic, which was presented by the Northern Ohio Board of the International Dyslexia Association on Oct. 3 at Orrville Elementary School.

Library Programs

-- Wiggles & Rhymes, Oct. 19, Oct. 26, Nov. 2, 10-11 a.m., Orrville Public Library. Story time sessions will be held for ages 3- 5; call 330-683-1065 to register for the free program. -- Check Out the Illustrator, Nov. 2, 10-11 a.m. and 2-3 p.m., Wooster Library. Highlighted will be Lois Ehler's creative use of objects from an autumn environment. The program will focus on Ehler's book, "Leaf Man," where the illustrations are created from nothing other than real leaves, seeds and tree bark. Pa...

Letters to the Editor

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Land Transfers


Meeting Note

Evergreen Garden Club The Evergreen Garden Club met Sept. 26 at the home of Marianne Boggs, with co-hostess Doris Zaugg. In the absence of president Linda McHenry, vice president Caroline Markley welcomed everyone and opened the meeting by reading a "September Poem" by Helen Hunt Jackson.

Fredericksburg Residents Asked to Bag Leaves

FREDERICKSBURG -- For a second autumn, residents will pick up and bag their own leaves, rather than raking them to the curb for maintenance workers to vacuum. Council decided Monday to ask residents to again pick up and bag their leaves as they did last year because the village lacks a service truck it can mount a vacuum unit on. The village has ordered a new service truck at a cost of more than $30,000, but delivery is not expected until late in the year.

Behind the Unemployment Number

The big news last week was the official unemployment rate dropped below 8 percent for the first time in almost four years. Any time jobs are created that is good news, and 114,000 jobs were created in September. However, that is not enough job growth to keep up with population growth. So how did the unemployment rate drop? There are a couple factors at play.

Wayne has Impressive Representation in Civil War

WOOSTER -- Since the nation is in the midst of commemorating the 150th anniversary of the Civil War, it is completely fitting this series look at services of the soldiers of Wayne County in that conflict. While there is not space to enumerate the many acts of courage and patriotism on an individual basis, it is possible to do an overview of the units that were mustered out of Wayne County, and briefly focus on their major exploits.


WILLIAM S. NOTTINGHAM of Creston is celebrating his 90th birthday today. He was born in Harrison, W.Va., in 1922. Nottingham is a World War II veteran, serving five years, eight months with the U.S. Army. He was a truck driver, retiring in 1984 with 33 years of service with P.I.E. He is a member of the Masonic Lodge No. 74 in Seville.

Religion Briefs

Hillsdale CARES coat give-away begins JEROMESVILLE -- Hillsdale CARES (Churches Actively Responding to Emergency Situations) annual Coat Giveaway will be held today (Friday) from 6-8 p.m., and Saturday from 1-3 p.m. in the basement of Jeromesville Christian Church, 75 N. High St. (dtate Route 89). New and gently used coats and other winter-wear, including hats, gloves, pants and sweatshirts, will be available to persons of all ages living in the Hillsdale School District. There is a huge sele...

Living Briefs

Orrville Lions Club to honor Wayne County Teachers of the Year during awards dinner ORRVILLE -- Orrville Lions Club will honor Ron Dobson, Waynedale High School; and Elaine Hess, Norwayne Middle School; as the 2012 "Wayne County Teachers of the Year."

Bits and Pieces'automobile Laundry' Opened in 1919

A Nov. 12, 1919, Wooster Daily News article sent to me by Susan Zimmerman reported that two young men were about to embark on a new business venture in town. They were opening Wooster's first car wash or -- as it was called back then -- Wooster's first "automobile laundry." The Wooster Auto Laundry Co. was located at the rear of the American Hotel, "at the alley intersection and opposite the Johnston and Yarman garage." Operating the new business were John Sheehan and Clarence Koontz.

Fern Leatherman

WADSWORTH -- Fern L. Leatherman, 95, of Wadsworth, passed away Wednesday, Oct. 10, 2012. She was born Sept. 22, 1917, in Medina to the late James and Elsie Rickert and was one of 11 children. Fern remained a life resident of Medina County. She loved life and cherished time with her family. She also enjoyed crocheting and was an avid card player.

Teens Get Prison Time for String of Crimes

WOOSTER -- Previously sentenced in Wayne County to probation, an Apple Creek teen was handed a four-year prison term in Holmes County for a spate of crimes that wreaked havoc on both sides of the county line. Roy A. Troyer, 19, of 9979 Lautenschlager Road, previously pleaded guilty in Holmes County Common Pleas Court to one count of theft of a firearm, five counts of breaking and entering, one count of theft, two counts of trafficking in marijuana, one count of trafficking in marijuana within...

Thinking Past 'Me, Myself and I'

SOUTHEAST DISTRICT -- In honor of National Breast Cancer Awareness Month, John R. Lea Middle School held a Pink Day rally to increase understanding and tolerance for people affected by cancer. To kick off Pink Day on Thursday, the seventh and eighth grade students gathered in the gym where they were greeted with the middle school cheerleaders holding pink pom-poms. Technology education Teacher Dale Lemon spoke about the importance of recognizing people who are affected by, fighting and have d...

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