Day: November 1, 2022

Clyde Singer artwork on display in his hometown

By Thomas ClapperReporterMalvern Historical Society hosted a Clyde Singer art open house on Oct. 22 featuring art collector Jose Rizo and Singer family members Brandon and Cindy Foster.Singer was born on Oct. 20, 1908, in Malvern to Andrew and Margaret (Sorg) Singer. The family was renting part of the former Donald Kraft home on East Main Street which at that time had been broken up into apartment-style living.Clyde Singer was

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Gordon’s Graphics under new ownership

By Thomas ClapperReporterGordon’s Graphics, Inc. in Malvern is continuing under new owners Pat and Tiffiny Howell.“We are going to continue to offer the same services that the previous owner Jerry Hinton has offered,” said Tiffiny Howell, who has worked at Gordon’s Graphics for nine years and trained under Malvern native Diane Yost. “We plan to add some upgrades and updates such as an apparel line of local schools themed shirts,

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Pastor Chuck Naylor joins Herrington Bethel Church in Augusta

Pastor Chuck Naylor of Carrollton has been chosen to lead Herrington Bethel Church (HBC), located south of Augusta on Arbor Rd.Naylor comes to HBC with 35 years of ministry experience and an excitement to serve the congregation and community.Pastor Chuck has ministered in several churches during his career, including Carrollton First UMC from 2001-08. He graduated from Asbury College and Seminary and Ashland Seminary.He and his wife of 38 years,

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Brace, Rinkes are CHS students of the month

Molly Brace and Jaxon Rinkes were named the Carrollton High School October Students of the Month.Brace is the daughter of Marissa and Beau Brace of Carrollton. She has a brother, Evan Brace, a sophomore.At school she is involved in youth to youth group, CHS Club, volleyball and outside of school is a member of youth group.In her free time, hobbies include arts and crafts with her mom and grandma and

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Area runners advance to state’s top meet

Minerva and Carrollton girls cross country teams finished first and third in the Division II regional meet at Pickerington Oct. 29, punching tickets for the state meet this Saturday at Fortress Obetz.The ladies will be joined by the Minerva boys team, which placed sixth in the Division II boys race.Minerva tallied 68 points and Carrollton 166 in the girls race and the Lion boys tallied 197 points. Fairfield Union won

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The final chapter: Dan Ries, Tina Parker close the book on D&D TV and Appliance’s story

By Carol McIntireEditorA business partnership that’s spanned 25 years is coming to an end Dec. 31.Dan Ries, one half of that partnership and the ownership team of D&D TV and Appliance, announced the closing in an email to The Messenger last week.His business partner and longtime friend, Tom Parker, died of cancer in July.One day after the announcement, Ries and Parker’s wife, Tina, sat down at the desks the two

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