The Times Recorder from Zanesville, Ohio (2024)

THE WED. TIMES NOV. RECORDER FRANK L. BUTCHER BREMEN Frank L. Butcher, 41, of Junction City, died Monday, Nov.

7, 1988, at St. Anthony's Hospital, Columbus, following a long illness. Mr. Butcher was a hair stylist. Born Nov.

22, 1946, in Zanesville, he was a son of Homer F. and Mary E. (Hartshorn) Butcher. Surviving are three brothers, John "Bill." Don and Scott Butcher, all of Junction City; paternal grandmother, Lola Butcher of New Lexington; three nieces, two nephews and several a uncles. Friends may call 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m.

today at the SnyderSheridan Funeral Home in Bremen. Services will be 1.p.m. Thursday at the funeral home with the Rev. Richard H. Young officiating.

Burial will be in Old Zion United Brethren Cemetery in Junction City. Memorial contributions may be made to the American Liver Foundation. MARVIN G. WENDLAND HIGHLAND Marvin George Wendland, 58, a 28-year resident of Highland, died Sept. 25, 1988.

He was a member of Messiah Lutheran Church of Highland since 1960. Suvivors include his wife, Barbara J. Wendland of Highland, to whom he was married for 37 years; two sons, Terry R. Wendland and Tony G. Wendland, both of Highland; four daughters, Mrs.

Steve (Sheree) Redelberger of Truckee, Mrs. Leonard (Deborah) Becker of Highland, Mrs. Christopher (Sandra) Mason of San Bernardino and Mrs. Rueben (Loretta) Moya of Highland; three brothers, Robert Wendland of Balaton, Darwin Wendland of Fallbrook and Harlan Wendland of Alexandria, a sister, Marilan Hanson of St. James, two brothers, Wesley Wendland of Sioux Falls, S.

D. and Dennis Wendland of Mankato, and many nieces and nephews. LUCY M. KRAUSE Lucy Mae Krause, 91, 1854 Norwood formerly of 2755 W. Ray Drive, died at 8:20 p.m.

Monday, Nov. 7, 1988, at the Helen Purcell Home. Mrs. Krause was a member of Coburn United Methodist Church and of Eastern Star Born April 17, 1897, in Leon, W.Va., she was a daughter of John and Rebecca (Duval) Wood. Surviving are two daughters, Mrs.

Richard (Jane) Wolfe of Columbus and Mrs. Robert (Ginny) Sutton of 1190 Country Club Drive; three grandsons, -Jim Sutton of Canton, Bob Sutton of Fairfax, and Kevin Sutton of Columbus; and three greatgrandchildren. Her husband, James A. Krause, preceded her in death Feb. 11, 1980.

Calling hours are 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. today at the Bolin Funeral Home where services will be 10 a.m. Thursday with Rev. C. Richard Frasure officiating.

Burial will follow in Memorial Park. Eastern Star services will be held at 6:30 p.m. today at the funeral home. Memorial contributions may be made to the Good Samaritan Hospice Center. REBECCA TOBIAS CAMBRIDGE Rebecca Tobias, 62, of 3965 Karl Road, Apt.

113, Columbus, died Monday, Nov. 7, 1988, in Marysville Memorial Hospital in Marysville. She was a Methodist by faith. Born Feb. 17, 1926, in Cambridge, she was a daughter of the late Frank and Jane B.

(Yarnell) Sigman. Surviving are three daughters, Vicki Beard of Williamsburg, Cynthia Kroll of Cathedral City, and Dena Patton of Dublin; one son, Robert Dean Shipman Jr. of San Francisco, and two grandchildren. There will be no calling hours observed. Private funeral services will be conducted at 1 p.m.

Thursday at Scott Funeral Home in Cambridge with Dr. Terry E. Litton officiating. Burial will be in Northwood Cemetery. Memorial contributions may be made to the Capital Area Humane Society, 2770 Groveport Road, Columbus 43207.

DORA A. RODGERS Services for Dora A. Rodgers, 90, of New Lexington, who died Sunday, Nov. 6, 1988, will be 1 p.m. today at the Roberts Funeral Home with the Rev.

Violet Mosher officiating. Burial will be in New Lexington Cemetery. Pd. Notice. BUYING ENTIRE HOUSEHOLDS AND ESTATES.

We Haul. TROUT'S AUCTION SERVICE IN THE OLDE TOWNE ANTIQUE MALL MR. TROUT 452-1527 or 453-6042 Deaths Funerals, News JOSEPH W. PLANT Joseph W. Plant, 76, of 2630 Ohio 13 NE, New Lexington, died Monday evening of an apparent heart attack while hunting.

He lived in New Lexington since 1955 and was formerly from Moxahala. Mr. Plant retired Sept. 15, 1973, from the Perry County Home where he was superintendent. He was a member of the First United Methodist Church of New Lexington.

Mr. Plant also belonged to Carnation Chapter No. 167 OES where he was a past patron; New Lexington Lodge 250 New Lexington Chapter 149 R.A.M.; New Lexington Council No. 75 and New Lexington Commandry No. 57 K.P.

He was born Oct. 31, 1912, in Oakfield, a son of the late George H. and Hannah (Smith) Plant. Surviving are his wife Edna Plant of the home; a son, James J. Plant of Lancaster; a daughter, Hannah Bowman of Johnson City, five grandchildren; two great: grandchildren; a brother, Cecil Plant of Route 2 Corning; and two sisters, Sarah Ann Wright of Corning and Doris Peal of Columbus.

Friends may call 3 to 5 and 7 to 9 p.m. today at the Roberts Funeral Home where Eastern Star services will be 7:30 p.m. today. Funeral services will be 1 p.m. Thursday at Roberts Funeral Home in New Lexington with the Rev.

Elford Hoff and the Rev. Raymond Lemity officiating. Burial will be in Oakfield Cemetery. MARY JOHNS Carpet Health Care Center, died at 4:33 p.m. Monday, Nov.

7, 1988, at Bethesda Hospital following a long illness. Mrs. Johns was a retired licensed practical nurse and a member of Second Presbyterian Church of Cambridge. She was born Feb. 13, 1900, in New Concord, daughter of Hugh McClurkin and Bertha Lorena Mackey Speer.

Surviving are one sister, Ruth Speer Turner of Racquet Club Court; two brothers, David M. Speer of Bowerston and Robert John Speer of Broadview Avenue. Two sisters, Sara Speer Hunt and June A. Speer, are deceased. may call 9 to 10 a.m.

Thursday at Mock-Miller Funeral Home in New Concord, where services will be 10 a.m. Thursday. Dr. Ronald Fleming will officiate and burial will be in New Concord Cemetery. Mary Speer Johns, 88, of Red LYNETTE A.

BOWDEN Mass of the Christian Burial for Lynette Ann Bowden, 17, of 5990 Dresden Road, who died Sunday, Nov. 6, 1988, will be at 10 a.m. today at St. Thomas Catholic Church with Father J. O'Donnell 0.P.

as celebrant. Burial will be in Hope Cemetery. Bolin 'Funeral Home is in charge of arrangements. Paid Notice ADA B. COLEMAN CHESTERHILL Ada Bennett Coleman, 69, of Route 3 Stockport, died at 9:40 p.m.

Monday, Nov. 7, 1988, at her residence. She was a homemaker and a member of the Dale United Methodist Church. Mrs. Coleman was born June 11, 1919, in Buchannon, a daughter of the late William and Cora (Daniels) Bennett.

Surviving are her husband, Warrior Coleman; four sons, Richard Coleman, Donald Coleman, Ronald Coleman and James Coleman, all of Route 3 Stockport; 17 grandchildren; 12 great-grandchildren; two brothers, Harold Bennett of Cincinnati and Bob Bennett of Pennsville; eight sisters, Sylvia Burgger and Mrs. Wilden Jarvis, both of Canton, Georgia Watson of Dayton, Naoma Barnett and Leona Nolan, both of Zanesville, Shirley Miller of Lancaster, Adaline Barnett of Newark a and Minnie Clem of Coolville. Friends may call 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 today at Stone-Matheney Funeral Home in Chesterhill. Services will be 10 a.m. Thursday at Faith Assembly in Dale with the Rev.

Thomas Fulmer officiating. Burial will be in Dale Cemetery. Friends may call one hour prior to service time at the church. The right bloomin' curel Just call or visit us today to send the Chicken Soup Bouquet. Reg.

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452-5496 LUCY H. FLOWERS NEW LEXINGTON Lucy H. Flowers, 91, of Main Street, New Lexington, died at 8:20 a.m. Tuesday, Nov. 8, 1988, in Good Samaritan Medical Center after a long illness.

Mrs. Flowers was a member of St. Rose Catholic Church in New Lexington, where she also belonged to the Altar and Rosary Society. She was born March 14, 1897, in Perry County, daughter of the late Andrew and Mary (Clements) Harris. Her husband, Joseph Flowers, died in 1958.

Mrs. Flowers is survived by several nieces and nephews. Friends may call 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. today at Chute-Wiley Funeral Home, New Lexington, where Rosary services will be held at 7:30 p.m. today.

Mass of the Resurrection will be 10 a.m. Thursday in St. Rose Catholic Church, New Lexington, with Father Mark Ghiloni as celebrant. Burial will be in New Lexington Cemetery. JESSIE F.

WILSON CORNING Services for Jessie F. Wilson, 87, of Corning, will be 11 a.m. today in Wiley Funeral Home, Corning, with the Rev. Carolyn Hoskinson officiating. Burial will be in Oakfield Cemetery, Oakfield.

Pd. Notice DONALD L. GERMAN Donald L. German, 71, 3450 Wayne Ridge Road, died 5:54 a.m. Tuesday, Nov.

8, 1988, at Bethesda Hospital following a a brief illness. He was retired from Shellly Sands Co. Mr. German was born Dec. 1, 1917, in Muskingum, a son of the late Harry and Lucinda (Thomas) German.

Surviving are his wife, Josephine Roll German whom he married June 15, 1966; three daughters, Mrs. Sam (Dolly) Wade of Grove City, and Mrs. Ed (Rita) Stalnaker and Kathleen S. Woods, both of Zanesville; a son, James R. Pyatt of Zanesville; a brother, Carl German of Zanesville; three sisters, Dorothy Paul and Blanche Nee, both of Zanesville and Louella Swingle of Columbus; 13 grandchildren; and 7 greatgrandchildren.

Friends may call 7 to 9 p.m. today at the Hillis Funeral Home. Memorial services will be 2 p.m. Friday at 2560 Dietz Lane with William Montgomery officiating. AGNES SAULTERS Agnes Saulters, 86, of 306 Abington died Tuesday, Nov.

8, 1988, at home. Arrangements are pending at DeLong and Baker Funeral Home. Man Pleads To Assault Of Officer A man charged in July with assaulting New Concord Police Chief Bob Watkins pleaded guilty in Common Pleas Court last week, according to a spokesperson from Prosecuting Attorney Allen Wolfe's office. Kevin Addison, 29, of 15 W. Main Apt.

2, New Concord, pleaded guilty Friday, to felonious assault and intimidation in the July 24 altercation at Pizza Plus, on Main Street in New Concord. Judge Richard Hixson ordered a presentence investigation. Watkins suffered a broken jaw and ankle and dislocated shoulder in the incident. Watkins was called to the scene where A Addison was allegedly harassing his ex-wife. MUDGETT'S MONUMENTS ME GRANITE BRONZE MONUMENTS Open: 9-5 Mon.

Thru Fri. 9-12 on Sat. 5775 E. Pike Ph. 872-3304 CARD OF THANKS Kirk's Upholstery wishes to thank their friends, employees, neighbors and business associates for their help support during the recent illness and death of the owner Dewey Kirkbride.

They wish to thank their customers of this area and surrounding areas for their many years of loyal patronage. The family firm wishes to announce that Kirk's Upholstery will continue to give the same fine workmanship and dedication to their customers as they have done in the past. Feel free to call us at 453-6925 for any of your upholstery needs and furniture repairs. Thank you. A Helping Hand The Salvation Army is taking applications from 10 a.m.

to 2 p.m. today at the Citadel at 515 Putnam Ave. for their Christmas baskets and toy program. The makeup days for those who miss today will be 1 10 a.m. to 2 Two men were sentenced Tuesday to one year in jail on drug charges in front of Judge Ray Miller in Common Pleas Court, according to a spokesperson from Prosecuting Attorney Allen Wolfe's office.

John A. Sletzer, 26, of Duncan Falls, who pleaded guilty to one count each of trafficking in marijuana and aggravated trafficking in cocaine, was sentenced one year in the Ohio Reformatory on each count. The sentences are to run concurrently. Sletzer was charged with the offenses Dec. 1 and Dec.

18, 1987. Rick L. Hines, 30, of 5880 East Pike, who pleaded guilty to two counts of trafficking in marijuana, was sentenced to one year in a state penitentiary on each count. The sentences are to run concurrently. Hines was charged with the offenses Dec.

15, 1987, and March 21, 1988. Judge Richard Hixson Tuesday sentenced a husband and wife to jail. The pair had earlier pleaded guilty to drug charges. Richard M. McCoy, 21, of South was sentenced to one year in the reformatory on each of four counts of trafficking in marijuana.

McCoy also received a six-month sentence on four counts of permitting drug abuse. The sentences will all run concurrently. Lista McCoy, 19, was given a suspened one-year sentence and was placed on probation for five years. She was charged with four counts of permitting drug abuse and one count of complicity to trafficking in marijuana, the spokesperson from Wolfe's office said. The couple was charged in incidents that occurred Sept.

4, 1987, and Jan. 28, 1988. Sentencings on Theft Charges Five people were sentenced on Lottery CLEVELAND (AP) The winning number drawn Tuesday night in the Ohio Lottery's daily game, "'The Number," was 389. In the "Pick 4" game, the winning number was 7729. NEW YORK CITY MAGIC" Nov.

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All WHIZ AM, FM and TV and children ages 15 and younger Salvation Army, Last year will have their names placed on than 3,000 Zanesville area the angel tree at the Colony dents were assisted by the Square Mall. The angel tree rams. (TR Photo by program is sponsered by the Rich) mall, The Times Recorder, Court News theft related charges by Judge Miller. F. Richards, 30, of Semi Valley, who pleaded guilty Oct.

13 to one count each of burglary and petty theft, was sentenced to 3-15 years in the penitentiary. A six-month sentence for petty theft will run concurrently with the burglary sentence. Richards stole a TV cable box Aug. 10 from Brenda Towning. R.

Gibson, age not available, of 462 Pine had his sentence of 5-25 years to the reformatory suspended Tuesday after pleading guilty earlier to one count of aggravated burglary. Gibson stole a video cassette recorder from the residence of Virgil Ramey on June 3. Edward Brooks Allender, a codefendant in the case, also had his 5-25 year sentence suspended when he appeared in court Oct. 13. A.

Martin, 19, of 151 E. Main South Zanesville, was sentenced to a total of two years in the penitentiary on one count of breaking and entering and two counts of grand theft auto. Martin was charged in a Sept. 11 incident when he stole a Fresh From Holland Paper Whites Amaryllis Bulbs At Florafino's 452-8285 1343 Ohio liber rifle from the office at South End Tool and Equipment Rental Sales, 2400 Maysville Pike. Martin drove from the premises in a company truck and was later arrested by sheriff department deputies.

A. Stevens, 20, of Chesterhill Route 1, was sentenced to one year in the penitentiary on a charge of theft. Stevens stole a purse owned by Mary A. Williams while at Bob's Pizza, Main Street, on Sept. 3.

Stevens was arrested by Zanesville Police. W. Featherstone, 39, of Columbus, who was sentenced to six months in jail for a June 29 incident at Western Sizzlin', Underwood Street, was released Tuesday. Featherstone was charged with one count each of breaking and entering and possession of criminal tools. He had spent his sentence time in jail since the offense.

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