The News-Messenger from Fremont, Ohio on November 29, 1957 · 20
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The News-Messenger from Fremont, Ohio · 20

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Friday, Ni r mhfr ?9. 1957 Msg Few Visitors To Ohio Fair Found Anything Out Of Order among them 5.8 per cent came uoiu oui (it uie siaie. The eight-day exposition was hold in August. COLU&PUS, Oluo UPv-Four out of every CVe visitors to the 1937 Ohio State Fair couldn't- find a thing wrong with it., Of '3,000 'persons, .-interviewed, only 20 pir cent found something they dishked. PJchard Newburg a j ui HaroJd Ecker of Ohio State more value by far Your Want Ad Number FE 2-5511 Getviia! COMPLETE protein in TONY'S 7 protein 1 JSKKAD AT YOUR (JROCER'S OR FROM YOUR TONY SALESMAN Two At Norwalk University's Department o( Agri-J-iApiUMUIl I lUilb cultural tconomics and Kural N , cioLgy reported. The two conducted a survey, for tlie State Fair Study Committee. Some of the specific dislikes; listed in the study were "comfort lactors, . too commercial, poor information service," "buildings too crowded," "midway complaints," and "grandstand and coliseum complaints." State Fair manager D. Robert Jones said the purpose ' of the study is, to "check public opinion regarding various aspects of the fair." . . About fiO per cent of tlie fair-goers said they were there because of "general interest and habit." The report said 18.7 per cent of the visitors liked the livestock exhibits most of all, and 13.9 said they liked the grandstand or coliseum shows best. ' Jones said 54.6 per cent of the visitors came from outside Colum bus NORWALK, O. -r- Charles I. Layton, 31, east Iroquois street, Bayview, and his nephew,' James L. Carpenter, 19, Castalia, were burned in an explosion Wednes day at Johnny and Don Motor Sales on Route 250, just north of the Norwalk city limits. Carpenter suffered only slight burns about the hands and face, but, Layton, an employe of the New Departure plant in Sandusky, was severely burned and was admitted to the local hospital. ' Cause of the blast was not determined. It seared the northeast interior -of the concrete block building and did considerable damage to equipment and the car on which Layton and Carpenter were working. Carpenter suffered his burns in all boxed ready for instant set-up if needed. The first field hospital will arrive next week and U assigned to Oak Harbor. Headquarters of the hospital will be at' Town hall. Hleirinmoini ' Aoirkeft 121-125 W. Madison Gibsonburg QUALITY GROCERIES and MEAT FOR 76 YEARS WEEKEND SPECIAL -loan ot Arc Kidney Beans No. 2 Size 15c 7c Off Deal Spry, 3 lb. Can 79c Weekend Special MAZOLA Gallon $2.39 Mission or Goody Goody Peas, No. 303, 2 for .... 25c Weekend Special Hunt's No. 2' i Whole, Unpeeled Apricots, 2 for 59c Bowman, No. SOS Applesauce, 2 for .. 25c and Franklin .County, and j smothering the fire on Layton's clothing. Layton was burned on 90 percent of his body. Carpenter told Fire Chief Bill Lohman he was working under the car at the time of the blast, and could not say just what happened. The sales agency is owned by Johnny Farmer, north Foster street, and Roy Cooper, Corwin street. They reportedly had given Layton and Carpenter permission to work all night on the car Carpenter had purchased. Weekend Special Cavern, 8 oz. Stems Pieces Mushrooms, 2 for .... 59c Del Monte W. K. or C. S. Golden Corn, No. 303 2 for . .... 29c Weekend Special Hoffman House Dill Pickles, quart .. 27c 1 lb. Box 10X Powdered Sugar,, 2 for 25c Weekend Special Hoffman House Sweet Pickles, Quart 39c 25 lb. Sack Pillsbury Flour 1.79 MEAT DEPARTMENT SPECIALS 890 Lean, Sliced Canadian Bacon pound Skinless' Wieners 00 pound 05 v Farmsweet Sliced Bacon, lb. 490 Fresh Ground Hamburg, lb. . . U. S. Good T-Bone Steaks, lb... Semi-boneless, defatted, precooked Hams, CQ4 whole or half, lb. .. 390 890 Fresh Fish Chickens Oysters New! Pumpkin Spice Cream .v. - : v :: '. Fresh pumpkin pie flavor smooth and gently spiced and it's yours in this new ice cream. Watch their faces light up at first taste. QualityVChekd Ice C ream Sales Tax Total Down In County Sales of prepaid state sales tax receipts in Sandusky county totaled $15,648 the wwk ending November 16 as compared with J17,-704 the same week a year ago, according to a report by State Treasurer Roger W. Tracy. Total for the period July 1 through November 16, 1957, was $361,576, as compared with $390,-309 the same period in 1956. Comparisons with neighboring counties for the weeks ending November 16, 1957 and 1956, are as follows : Erie $31,909 and $26,537, Huron $17,756 and $17,497, Ottawa $8,895 and $8,680, Seneca $20,493 and $18 205 and Wood $18,775 and $15,236. Ohio total for tiie week ending November 16 was $3,510,337, which was $506,440 r 12 6 npr rprit Ha. now $4,016,777 collected the same week in 1956. Clyde News Hems (Continued from Page 14) ters, were Thanksgiving guest of Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Sherck. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Kauble and family, Mr. and Mrs. Rich ard Everhart and family and Mr. and Mrs. A. M. LeFever were guests of Mr. and Mrs. iJalph Tichenor on Thanksgiving Mr. and Mrs. S. E. Green-slade, and family, W. S. Smila and Mrs. W, H. Smila of Detroit were holiday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Hall and John Green. Mr. and Mrs. Ivan Harvey ot Toledo will spend Sunday in Clyde, guests at the Hall-Green home. Mr. and Mrs. Harkness Daven port and daughters entertained Otto Heyman and son LaMar on Thanksgiving. Mr. and Mrs. John Dawley, Jr., and daughters; John Dawley, Sr., and Dr. and Mrs. R. C. Fox and family of Green Springs were guests of the Dr. C. L. Foxes in Fremont on Thanksgiving. Mr. and Mrs. Lauren Jones and family were guests of Mr. and Mrs. LaMar Jones on Thanksgiv ing enjoying dinner at the Boyer Restaurant in Lindsay. Mrs. James Bond and son Jim and Mrs. Pauline Miller will spend the Thanksgiving week end in Detroit with relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Edgar F. Miller and son David spent Thanksgiving in Columbus with Mrs. Miller's parents and sister, Mr. and Mrs. A. K. McFadden. Mr. and Mrs. William Fawcett, jr. ana son Boooy naa as Thanksgiving guests, her mother, Mrs. Mabel Wise of Pittsburgh. lur sister and family, Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Wilkinson of Chicago, son. Scott who is home from Ohio State University and M r . and Mrs. William Fawcett. 'TU. CD. HOSPITALS ASSIGNED PORT CUNTON. O. - Ottawa county will get a $22,000 Civilian Defense field hospital next week and three more similar hospitals are expected to be assigned to the county soon with Elmore to receive a field hospital , also. The equipment weighs 13 tons and is Airplane Crash Basis For Suits SANDUSKY, O. - Mrs. Kathryn E. Semon has filed suits in Erie county for companion judgments of $250,000 and $300 for wrongful death of her husband, Millard R. Semon, who was killed in April in an airplane crash near Frack- ville, Pa., during foggy weather conditions. Action for $250,000 was brought against Marilyn Landin, widow of tiie pilot of the plane, which crashed into a mountain. Landin also lost hit life in the crash. ! Mrs. Semon presented her claim to Mrs. Landin as administratrix of her late husband's estate and it was refused. Judgment of $300 is sought from co-defendant, the American Mercury Insurance company, Cleveland, which is said to have insured individual occupants of the plane against injuries. 1 Mrs. Semon was in partnership with her late husband in a local business and is, the mother of four minor children. INFLATED STORY GREAT FALLS, MorK, IT A1 visitor to Great Falls reported to police that two young men beat him up and took $60 from him while he was walking through the city's railroad yards. Police were skeptical, however, when he told them the $60 consisted of four $20 bills. Moore's Giant Over 2300 Toys To Choose From! Bicycles, Tricycles, Pull Toys, liemote Control Toys, Dolls, Musical Toys, Games, Hobby Horses, Black-boards, Tt ble ajid Chair Sets, Wagons, Tractors, many many others. Open Friday and Saturday To 9 . 132 S. Front Fremont CLASSIFIED ADS CET QUICK RESULTS l Famous Jug MILK 15 BUT-TERFAT JRADE A GALLON i GAL. 35' VV. State A Arlington E. State & St Joseph - It 8:309:30 t m FEATURES WHERE YOU SAVE CASH... THE BEST KIND OF SAVINGS! SUPER RIGHT" QUALITY Pork LDini SALI! RIB END ROAST LOIN END ROAST CENTER CHOPS lb. lb. lb. Bi)e u iromnd if mimt Fillets "SUPER RIGHT" QUALITY FRESH FROZEN U. S. NO. I GRADE, TOP-QUALITY P TAT AGJ5 50-LB. BAG MAINES .69 MICHIGAN 50-LB. BAG $1 .49 Fresh Tomatoes Oranges RED RIPE 12 OZ. pkg. ave CALIFORNIA 113 SIZE doz. 25 49 A&P's OWN PURE VEGETABLE die no SHORTENING 3-LB. CAN EQUAL TO THE BEST TET COSTS YOU LESS ti;A. 1 Pllr irs-irilif . J 1W Frozen Sweet Peas Frozen Orange Juice OPEN FRIDAY 'TIL 9 SATURDAY 'TIL 6 A&P BRAND A&P BRAND 2io. OCi Pkgs. fafj 6 s. 79 AmtKftt muiofT moe muut . . . ma i Prices Effective At All A&P Stores In This Area Thru Sat., Nov. 30 VT

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