The News-Messenger from Fremont, Ohio on September 12, 1962 · 11
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The News-Messenger from Fremont, Ohio · 11

Fremont, Ohio
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Wednesday, September 12, 1962
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Catholic Diocese Striving For Improved Understanding Toledo Catholic Diocese will cotv duct a campaign to provide lay. men with a better understanding 01 utthoiic education and its problem!, Joseph-H. Luebbe, Jr., Toledo, chairman of the special steering committee in charge, said the campaign will open Sunday, September, 16, with the first in a series of four sermons in the 162 parishes of the 19-county diocese. Other sermons are scheduled for September 23, October 7. and October 14. Four different leaflet presenting material related to the sermons will be distributed to worshipers on the same Sundays. The sermon series will be followed by two general meetings in each parish. These meetings will be conducted by men and women who will receive special briefing at one of three workshops September 22 at Mc-Aiiley High School, Toledo; September 29 at St. Joseph School, Tiffin, and October 6 at St. Mary School, Leipsic. Open house at each parish school will conclude the campaign. Luebbe said some parishes will have their open house as part Of their second general meeting. First of the four sermons will be on the philosophy of Catholic education. The leaflet, "The Catholic School System in Ohio" will be distributed. Other sermons will deal with the right to educate, financing Catholic education, an America's religious tradition in education. Leaflets to be distributed on these . respective Sundays re "Serving the Nation as a Partner in American Education",' "Catholic Education in Our Parish," and "Religion, Education, and the Constitution." . J First of the two general parish meetings will cover the topics, "Catholic Education a Complete System" and "Education in Our Parish"'. The second meeting will deal with "Education in Our State and in the Nation" as well as the legal status of private schools. Chairman Luebbe is a former Ohio district governor for Serra International, an organization o! laymen who work to encourage vocations to the religious life. Other committee members are Msgr. Richard J. Gabel, Tiffin, representing Bishop George J. Rehring; Msgr. N. M. Shumaker, diocesan superintendent of schools; William J. Syring, president of the Toledo Diocesan Council of Catholic Men; Mrs. Donald C flalpin, president of the Toledo Diocesan Council of Catholic Women, and Donald O'Brien, Toledo Serra Club vice president. Ford To Boost Fleet On Lakes CLEVELAND, 0. - Ford Motor company is adding a fifth vessel the second in therlast six months to its Great Lakes fleet, Charles H. Patterson, vice president basic manufacturing group, announced today. Patterson said the company has purchased the 500-foot S.S. W. H. McGean from the Pioneer Steamship company of Cleveland, O. In March, Ford acquired the S.S. Ernest R. Breech formerly the S.S. Charles L. Hutchinson from Pioneer. The McGean has a capacity of 10,000 net tons and will be readied by Ford for winter service hauling coal between Toledo and the Rouge manufacturing area in Dearborn starting December 1. The vessel was built in 1909, modernized and converted to oil firing in 1954. It has a triple-expansion steam engine rated at 1600 horse power and presently is tied up at the C. & O. coal dock in Toledo. Pioneer operated the vessel in the grain trade until June of this year. The McGean joins the 639-foot Ernest R. Breech, the 612-foot Henry Ford II and Benson Ford, and the 647-foot William Clay Ford in the Ford Steel Division's Marine Service. Drought Damage Shown ByTrees" If the prolonged heat of late summer mottles your trees with yellow or brown, don't rejoica that you're seeing the first touches of fall color. , Instead, chances are your trees are flashing the danger signals ol drought damage. The dog days that oppress humans also take the starch out of your greenery. For weak trees the one-two-three punch of heat, dryness and oven winds may be the knockout. Drought mars trees in various ways, but whatever the symptoms the best medicine generally is the same. Namely, long deep watering plus nitrogen-rich feeding to restore vigor. Each kind of tree has its own way of telling you it's thirsty. Your sugar maples' leaves brown where they get " the most sun. Norway maples, however, shed foliage while still green. Elms may yellow all over and discard all but tip leaves. Oaks keep a stiffer lip and it may take the expert to point out the clues. , What looks like drought distress may have other causes, such as girdling roots or a smothering land fill Or the tree may need pruning. A tree doctor will know and can correct these ills. In any case, early Fall is the ideal time for your tree checkup. It is early enough to fortify the tree for Winter's onslaughts but too late to start soft new growth1. Generally severity of drought injury varies greatly depending upon the species of trees, its age, size and local conditions. TRACTOR HURTS FARMER BOWLING GREEN, O. Donald Fry, 37, Cygnet road,, is in fairly good condition in Wood County hospital, following a tractor ac cident Monday on his farm which his wife, Virginia, witnessed. Fry was working on the battery, and had disengaged the clutch without realizing the tractor was in gear. It rolled forward and passed over him. He suffered two broken vertebrae and a leg injury. His son, Mark, 3, who was riding on the tractor, was not injured ?v f in PENNEY'S cm V I J tk n .4 OPEN FRIDAY and MONDAY Until 9:00 P.M. a III LAST 33 AVS t: m If': I V:: reduced ti'Q iiiiiBiik iiiiiiiiiiiifiA - 13 s pairs Count on Penncy's Gaymodes to be sensational -value at regular prices but more than you bargained for at this special price ! Come pick from a raft of fashion-right versions twin-thread styles that reduce run-risk, actions sheers with two-way welts that let you bend and stretch, service weights with cool cotton foot . a dainty treat for fall. Micro-mesh knits . . almost invisible, demi-toe and nude foot styles to'suit sandal and evening wear! AND MORE . . . MORE.. . . MORE Jn up-to-the-minute colors and pprportioned-and-contoured sizes for all! . ; : Charge A Full Supply :t.;-4-!SSM-v":)MX':5- il I ::-&m ;4 t4 K . : ..1 1 B. 1 i i k' fir A. ' - i "!-..-. HOPES TO KNOW OUR OATS Agriculture Secretary Orville Freeman and Soviet Agriculture Minister K. G. Pysin seem to be in animated conversation tn Washington, fsin is in the U.S. with a party of six . Soviet agriculture experts to see If they can learn from us how to close the farm gap. Class Officers Set At Bettsville By MRS. SARA M. B. SMITH BETTSVILLE, O. Names of class officers and student council leaders are released, by David Rinehart, Bettsville school super intendent. Student council officers are: Dave Garn, president; Ruth Chapman, vice president; Judy Baker, secretary-treasurer; Dan Rowe, parliamentarian, and Larry Lanning, reporter. Class officers are: " Seniors Dan Rowe, president; Dave Garn, vice president; Susie Baker, secretary; Charlet Stef-fanni, treasurer; Denny Dantuono, reporter; Jo Andrews, student council. Juniors Larry Lanning, president; Margaret Lynch, vice president; Paul Steffanni, secretary; Ralph Kizer, treasurer; Jane Stover, reporter; Sandy Straub, student council. Sophomores Bob Chapman, president; Barbara Blue, vice president; Sue Andrews, secretary; Arden Craun, treasurer. Freshmen Mike Brickner, president; Larry Nighswander, vice president; Janice King, secretary; Terry Hade, treasurer; John Soto, reporter; Judy Swartzmil-ler, student council. Grade 8 Grace Baker, presi- Safety Award Goes To NKP CLEVELAND, O. - Nickel Plate's more than 10,000 employes again have won the top safety award in the railroad industry. The American Museum of Safety announced today in New York City that the Nickel Plate had won the Gold E. H. Harriman Memorial Award for the outstanding safety record fn 1961 among dent; Richard Mader, vice president; Fred Rollins, secretary; Wayne Bintz, treasurer; Roberta Thomson, reporter; Ricky Mow-ery, student council. Grade 7 Robert Straub, president; Mary Ann Stahl, vice president; Judy Ann Stahl, secretary; Marsha Kieffer, treasurer; Page Mader, reporter; Sue DeVanna, student council. Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Durett of Silver Springs, Md., were over Sunday guests in the Andrews home. Mr. and Mrs. Ned Weber and family and Carl Fritz of Bucyrus on Sunday visited Mr. and Mrs. Otto Weber. Mrs. Blacque Lambright is a surgical patient in Fremont Memorial hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Johnny Long and daughter Rene of Tiffin were Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Rus-sel Baker and daughters, Mr. and Mrs., Delmar Green and children, Brenda and Todd McNally of Fremont, were Sunday guests in the Baker home. Dr. and Mrs. M. S. Huber and son Stanley entertained for Clifton Gibbs, Mrs. Cora Gibbs of Columbus, Miss Dorthy Samson and Miss Lorene G. Gibbs of Sandusky and Dr. and Mrs. E. A. Baker of Clyde. - the larger railroads in the country. On receiving the announcement, F. S. Hales, president of the railroad, said, "All of us on the Nickel Plate are honored. Such recognition reflects the splendid teamwork of our people. The importance of this cooperation is better understood when one considers the vast amount of human suffering avoided through preventing accidents." "Safety is built on good habits, and winning Harriman awards is a habit all of us work diligently to continue," he said. This is the fourth time in five years Nickel Plate has won Harriman awards for its safety program and results. The railroad won the Gold Award for the industry in 1957, and for 1958 and again in 1960 was awarded the Harriman Memorial Certificate of Commendation for its safety performance among the railroads in the East. Harriman awards are based on over-all safety records compiled by the Interstate Commerce Commission. The ratings include casualties to employes on duty in The Fremont News-Messenger J J Wednesday, September 12, 1962 - train, train . service and non train accidents, ' and casualties to passengers on trains and in train and train-service accidents. -The gold medal award will be presented to the Nickel Plate on Wednesday, September 19, at the annual E. H. Harriman Memorial Awards dinner in New York City. Commissioner Everett Hutchinson of the Interstate Commerce Commission will make the presentation. MORE MONEY NEEDED SANDUSKY, O. 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