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MtX .THE COURT HOUSE Injury Case Action Seeks $15,000 Here It J'"* Judgment of SI5,000 is asked \y Charles D. Ilelfrich. S19 K. Perkins-av, (Catri and Catri) in n personal • injury filed by him jn common pleas court against ; Fred Wagner, 1201 Fir-t-st. Damages sought for medical and hospital bills and for loss of wages are included in the amount. Helfrich claims that he was severely and permanently injured on Oct. 20, 1946, when an auto operated by him into the intersection of Columbus av and Boalt-st was struck by a motor \ehicle driven by Wagner in an ,,,,,allegedly negligent manner ' ' without lights. and RELEASED FRO M PROVI dence Hospital today were Mrs. Georgina Ritz, Huron; Mrs. Veronica McCreery, Bay View; Kathleen Tomich, 1335 Clinton-st; Mrs. Lucille Schmeider, 709 Tyler- st, and Mrs. Hattie Essex, 3003 Venice-rd. SANnUSKY REGISTEn-STAn-NEWS—SATURDAy, DEC. 28. 1946 Allen, Successor Sse President Truman WILLIAM STEHLE, PROPRI- etor of the Commercial Printing Co., is confined to his home, 632 E. Madison-st, with a broken wrist, sustained when he fell in his back yard Thui-sday. He will be confined to his home for several weeks as a result of his in- .iury. THE "EAGLE MERRYMAK- ers" will furnish music for the regular lodge dance tonight and also for the lodge party on New Year's Eve. FILE DIVORCE PETITIONS Two petitions for divorce were filed with the clerk of courts. Lula McCrone. 43011. Decatur- st, (Lewis L. Marquarl and Alvin F. Weichel), seeks to be divorced from James McCrone. Cleveland, whom she married here in September, 1937. She charges him ,with gross neglect and extreme cruelty and seeks a court order I to restrain him from molesting •her. . Divorce, on ground.s of extreme cruelty and gross neglect of duty, Is sought by Dorothy Mischlcr, •1010 "'i'yler-st, (Lewis L. IMarquart and Alvin'F. Weichel), from Russell Mischler, 602 Jay-st. Parties ,were mai-ried at Napoleon, O, in March, 1940, and have two minor children whose custody and support are requested by the mother. An injunction is also sought by her to restrain the de- iendant from abusing her and .irom encumbering or disposing of certain and jointly-owned local real estate. GRAND JURY TO REPORT January, 1947, term of common pleas court opens Monday, Jan '6. Members of the grand jury will report to Judge E, H. Savord that morning and members of the petit jury, on Tuesday morning Jan. 7. MEMBERS OF THE KIWANIS club will meet next Monday noon instead of on Tuesday, the regular day. The program will be presented by Secondo Williams of the Williams Accordion School and a group of his pupils. MRS. ANNA MOORE, 1006 Warren-st. will speak on "Missionary Work" at St. Stephen's A.M.E. Church. Neil-st, at 7:30 p. m. Sunday. The public is invited. ROSEMARY CHRISTIANSEN is confined to Memorial Hospital with bronchial pneumonia. She is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Christiansen, 1019 Hancock-st. ACTION TO QUIET TITLE Uncontested action for quieting of title to certain Clevelnnd-rd real estate, left to surviving spouse by the late Clarence Wagner, was filed in common pleas court. Proceedings are instituted by Jean Ellen AVagner, a minor through her mother, Anna A Wagner, 610 Columbus-av, against Anna A. Wagner, executrix of the estate of her husband, same address, Horace and Elizabeth Siggens, Cleveland-rd, et al. Attor neys Young and Young, Norwalk represent both the plaintiff and llie defendants. BIDS ARE BEING SOUGHT by the city for sale of a 1942 Oldsmobile four-door sedan used by the police department. The auto may be seen at the city garage and bids will be accepted by City Manager Karl H. Kugcl until noon on Jan. 8. A certified check of ?25 must accompany the bid. AN AFFIDAVIT FILED against Thurston Hicks, 32, colored, and Hilliard Hicker, 30, colored, both of Sandusky, by Earl Tye, colored, Sandusky, and charging them with disorderly conduct was dismissed from municipal court today at the request of the prosecuting witness. Pension Proposals Prepared For Solons COLUMBUS, Dec. 28 (UP)— The state pension program commission today backed a three- point program for guaranteed solvency of retirement pension funds for Ohio policemen and firemen. The recommendations adopted by the commission for submission to the legislature were that: 1—Policemen and firemen be required to contribute four percent of ttieir salaries instead of two percent as at present. 2—The state make a financial contribution toward the pension funds. 3—The full three-tenths of a mill levy on real estate be levied locally for pensions and any surplus derived set aside in a reserve fund. President Truman (left) shakes hands with Gaorge E. Allen (right), presidential adviser, at the White House after Allen's announcement of his resignation as a director of the Reconstruction Finance Corporation. John D. Goodloe (center), now RFC general counsel, was named as Allen's successor. (AP Wirephoto) -••J ..O HALVEY FRANK, 52, COLUM- hus, today pleaded guilty to an intoxication charge by police and was fined and costs in municipal court and Waldo Halloch, 21, Sandusky, forfeited $ir) bond v.'hen he failed to appear on a .cjmilar charge. MRS. KATHERINE HINGERI,E Mrs. Katherine Hingerle, 79, widow of Joseph, and residing at 1010 Maple-av, died Saturday morning at Good Samaritau Hospital after an illness of one month. She is survived by three sisters, Mrs. Louise Henkel and J j\lrs. Simon Reis, both of San-' || dusky, and Mrs. Emma Ziegler, Toledo. Her lui5 :band preceded her in death .April 5, 1917. Services will be Monday at 2 p. m. at tlie Frey Funeral Home, the Rev. J. A. Griffith, officiating. Burial will be in Oakland Cemetery. Friends may call at the funeral home after 7:30 p. m. Saturday. DERBY SET FOR MAY 3 LOUISVILLE, KY., Dec. 123 i^T')—Date for the 1947 Kentucky Derby v/ill be May 3, Col. Matt J. Winn, president of Churchill Downs, announced today. Held In France RICHARD H. IIARTEN, 19, Sandusk.v, forfeited $15 bond in municipal court today when he failed to appear on a police charge of speeding on Columbus- av. PROBATE COURT Edward J. Voight appointed administrator of the estate of John Meyers, and Martha Hartman. ad­ ministratrix of the estate of John Hartman. Petition for distribution of assets in kind in the estate of Hattie (a. k. a. Mrs. George) Rathbun, Schedule Changed For Social Security Agent N. C. Syracopoulos. manager of the Lorain office of the Social Security Administration announced that the Social Security representative's visit to Sandusky will be cancelled on Jan. 1. A representative of the Social Security .Administration will be at the Sandusky posto'fice on Friday of that wee* 'betsften the hours of 10 to •*12 'nopij to receive persons having dealings with the Social Security Administration. After Jan. 1, the regular schedule will be resumed and a representative from Lorain will br at I the Sandusky po.stolfice Wedncs- , ,day and Friday of each week bo- " tween the hours of 10 to 12 noon. WALTER B. FARMER, 32, Sandusky, pleaded not guilty to a police charge of speeding 70 mph on Tiffin-av today v.'hen he was arj-aigned before Judge Lewi.s L. Marquart. The case was continued until Jan. 2, and bond set at S3?. He pleaded guilty to a police charge of fail- ng to ob.serve a stop sign and was fined $5. MRS. EARL O'BRIEN, 813 W. Washington-st, said today that her husband fell and broke his arm at Decatur and W. Market-sts instead of the place previously announced. WILLIAM BRIOEST William Bi-eest, former Sandusky resident, died at his homo on 'iemple-av, Detroit, Friday night; Survivors include lus widow, Tina; four sons, Frederick, Lewis, Edward and the llev. Christopher Breest, and several nieces and nephews i-esiding in Sandusky. Services will be at 3 p. m. Monday at the Oakland Cemetery chapel here. Services for Mrs. John Speir were held this afternoon at the Quick Funeral ITome, the Rev. A. R. Von Gruenigen, officiating. Burial, was iii Oakland Cemetery. Pallbearers were Fred Hoffman, Henry Brown, Paul Trummer, Gaylord Loth, John Maus and Clarence Gerlack. PVT. JERRY-^ A. DEINZER, 15216428, Sqd. K-2, Boca Raton A. A. Field, Florida, is now visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Nelson Welschenbach, Meig.s-st and Arthur Deinzer, Perry-st. He is a radar instructor at the field. Four Persons Burn To Death Aboard Bus Club Secretary Urges Care By Auto Drivers The theme of the Christmas season has ever, been Peace On Earth, Good Will to Men, but it is unfortunate that the tiieme .'.eems to be confined to that particular season, savs Fred Volmer secretary of the Erie County Automobile Club. The close of 1940 will again •find nearly 30,000 persons on the .roll of those who have lost their ;iilives in traffic accidents during ; I the year—yet at Christmas time ' one hears again the theme of Peace on Earth, Good Will to Men', the secretary declared. I "A practical solution to the over-increasing traffic toll of in ijjury and death would be the year-round application of the ! Golden Rule by^all motorists. No one wants to be label(>n a I killer, but .apparent refusal to practice the Golden Rule, to ishare the highway with others, to be tolerant of the rights of j I others, adds to the list each year. Why not practice the Golden Rule and carry the theme of Christmas Jn our hearts every day and STOP THIS Salvation Army Has Christmas Programs For Several Places The traditional Christmas Eve to New Year's Day yuletid-e is in full swing as far as the Salvation Army Is concerned. A series of programs featuring the sound film "The Child of Bethlehem", is being conducted in various institutions. A special kiddies' yule program will be presented in the hall, 619 Camp-st, Sunday evening at 7:45, after which children will be privileged to visit a veritable (oyland, where gifts and treats will be given. On Monday evening at G:30, t holiday program with refresh ments will be presented to the children in the Children's Home. Other programs will be presented in the Erie-co Home for the Aged, the Soldiers' Home and the Osborne Farm. NEIGHBORING DEATHS AND FUNERALS ROY HILLER BERLIN HEIGHTS, Dec. 28 — Roy Hillcr, about-50, died suddenly Saturday morning of a heart attack at the hptac of his father and mother-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. William Stratton, South-st. He was a resident of Almont, Mich., and was visiting here for the holidays. Sutviving are his widow, Mabel, a teacher in the Berlin Heights school. She had been called home some time ago by serious .Illness in the family and is filling in as a relief teacher. Funeral seryices will be Tuesday at 2:30 p. m. in the Hinman Funeral Home. Burial will be in a local cemetery. MRS. MARTHA LOGAN CLYDE, Dec. 28—Mrs. Martha Logfn. 78, widow of Albert Logan dted at her home on Bertha-av. She had been in ill health only 11 days. Mrs. Logan was born Aug. 17, 1868 at Oxford, Delawarc-co, and was married August 22, 1886, to Albert Logan who preceded her in death. She was a member of the church of the Nazarene. Surviving is one daughter, Mri>. Ruth Dayringer, Clyde. Funeral services will be Monday at 2 p. m. at the Church of the Nazarene, the Rev. Paul J. Miller, officiating. Burial %vill be in Oakwood Gametery, Fremont. The body will remain at the Mitchell Funeral Home until time of services. their son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Lowell Holloway and family of Cleveland. Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Schlbley and children, Milan-st, . spent Christmas with Mr. and\ Mrs. Anthony Schlbley of Norwayt. The wedding of Miss EsmeJean m Henry, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. ffi Arthur P. Henry, Route 20, E; and John Burrer, son of Mr. anc Mrs. John Burrer, Rldge-sli wil be an event of Saturday evening^ The ceremony will take place at ' the Henry homo at 7:30 o'clock with the Rev. Paul MglHsh, pastor of the Presbyterian Ch"urch, Norwalk, officiating. Attendants will be Miss Jasqueiine and Frederick Henry, sister and brother of the bride. Announcement was made of j the coming marriage of Miss Ruth ' M. Schild, daughter of Mr* and Mrs. Clarence Schild, Route 99, N., to Arnold Lively, of Sandusky, who was discharged from tne army last April after 35 months' service. The ceremony will take place on Friday evening, Jan. 17. in the Congregational Comtnunity Church here, with tlie Rev. Elmo Ray Paff, officiating. The ctistom of open church will be observed. STOCKS Sr BONDS NEW BIDS ASKED ON BIG PIPELINES WASHINGTON, Dec 28 CP)— The War Assets Administration today asked new bids for outright purchase of the $147,000,000 Big and Little Inch pipelines running from tlie Texas Panhandle to the New York-Philadelphia area. The government-owned lines were offered for use in transporting natural gas or petroleum and its products, or a combination of both. 1 CATAWBA ISLAND f BOYS' STATE DATES SET DELAWARE, O., Dec. 28'(^i— The annual Buckeye Boys' Stale will return to the Ohio Wesleyan University campus June 14-25, Ohio American Legion trustees announced today. More than 700 boys arc expect'cd to attend. GEORGIA MAE MIGALA PORT CLINTON, Dec. 28—Services for Georgia Mae, three and a half year old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George Migala, who dijd at Magruder Memorial Hospital, will be held from the Russian Orthodox Church, Marl)lehead, Sunday at 2 p. m. with burial in Riverview Cemetery here. Besides her parents she is survived by grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Michael Migala, Sr., here, and Mr. and Mrs. George Elchisco. Marblehead. The J. A. Ncidecker Co. is in charge. I KILLING said. IN 1947?," Volmer WEATHER REPORT PROGRESS LODGE NO. 85, F.| and A. M., and Lake View Chapter, No. 65, will hold their annual Christmas party Sunday from 3;30 to 5:30 p. m. at the Masonic Temple on Columbus-av. All chil-J drcn are invited. AVORLAND, WYO., Dec. 28 (UP)—A .lammed safety door was believed today to have caused the flaming deaths of four passengers aboard a Wyoming-to- Montana bus which collided head-on with a truck on a snow- packed bridge near here late yesterday. At least 14 others suffered in- .iuries, and the bus driver remained in a critical condition today. '. Expensive cattle, horses, other animals sometimes are I rayed like humans to dia.i^nose diseases or to discover incipient ' causes of lameness. Best Dressed p . MRS. ROY SHOEMAKER, 1515 ^^|N . Forest - dr,- undeiwent an ' emergency appendectomy Friday at Good Samaritan Hospital. Her condition is reported as satisfactory and she is able to receive visitors. AKRON TRAFFIC TOLL 46 AKRON, Dec. 28 (UP) — Mrs. Anne Deyton, 25, Garden City, Tenn., died in City Hospital to bring the city's traffic death toll today to 46 for the year. 1 By U. S. WEATHER BUREAU I 5 ft SANDUSKY AND VICINITY: Cloudy, probably snow flurries to• night and Sunday; colder tonight with low temperature near 18 high temperature Sunday about 28". Fresh northwest shifting to northeast winds this afternoon, diminishing slowly tonight and becoming 20-25 mile northeast to cast Sunday. 9 Mr. and Mrs. Richard Bredehoft and children, Denny and Patricia Ann, spent a day in Sandusky with Mr. and Mrs. Millar Semon, who entertained with family dinner. Mr. and Mrs. Nels Petersen entertained at a family dinner in honor of their son Richard's birthday. Officers elected at the meeting of the Mothers Club are as follows: Mrs. Willard Grover, presi-! dent; Mrs. Arthu- Disher, vice president; Mrs. George Schafer secretary; Mrs. Wilburt McRitchie, treasurer. Names for Cheer Chums were drawn for 1947. Joe Von Thron, upper classman at the Merchant Marine Cadet Academy, Kings Point, Long Island, is enjoying a holiday visit ISABELLE ASHBOLT OFFORD NORWALK, Dec. 28—Mrs. Isabelle Ashbolt Offord, 89, died at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Emily F. Ward, 5 E. Washington- st. Mrs. Offord, the last of a family Of 12 children, was married Oct. 31. 1876, to Eugene C. who preceded her in death. She was a member of the Calvary Baptist Church. Besides Mrs. Ward, .she is sur-I .Meacj Corp '.Null Dairy Na.'ih KeJi'inator J C Pcnnc.v Procier & Gamh'.c Parnmount Pic New York stock and curb quola- tions furnished by Bache & Co. (Closing Prices.) RAILS B & O IS^i N Y Central ,. IT'* C & O 53=i Uelawate & Hudson 'ilVn Illinois Central 2ii ;,4 yenna 25'-,n Pullman Co ^>-iU Atchison 00'J So Railway , ^^'.i So Pacific 4.^) Alleghany •* I.NUUSTRIAI.S Amcr Con Allied Chem Air Reduction .Arner Tobacco Co Meeker Prod & Best Foods Briggs MfC Natl Biscuit Com Solvents Corn Prod Cont Can Cont Baking City Ice & Fuel DuPont Nail Distillers Amer Rad Greyhound Gen Baking Gen Elec Glidden Co Inter Harvester Inter Paper J I Case L M Sc Libby Amer Loco Lorillard Tob Allied Sloies Libb.v Ov.ens Ford ..... Mont W .Trd son, Ralph E., San vived by a Diego, Cal. Funeral services will he Monday afternoon at the Orcbaugh Funeral Home, the Rev. E. F. Davison, pastor of the Calvary Baptist Church officiating. Friends are aisked to omit flowers. Burial will be in Woodlawn Cemetery. The Countess Marguerite D'Andurian, pictured above in France in 1933. is held by French national police at Nice for questioning in the poisoned candy death of her cousin in 1945. The countess, whose international career of romance left a trail of poisoned husbands and suitors, once escaped beinff stoned to death only by intervention of King Ibn Saud of Arabia. (NEA Telephoto) Foods have been frozen by industrial processes since the beginning of this century, with the greatest strides made in the last few years. FOLLOWING ARREST BY Chief of Police John Strouso, Cadalia, on a charge of being I AWOL from military service, a ; local 26-ycar-old paratrooper is being held in the county jail for I disposition by federal authorities. ASKEL JENSEN, JR.. HURON, and Richard Dalhofer, 211 Bogart- rd, were discharged today from Good Samaritan Hospital, Title of the best dr .sed woman in the world, l ,iis. d o,, a poll of 150 fashion idiii.IS stylists, and social celebnins {u-m iliis year to Mrs. Hov.;,ra Hawks, wife of the HoUy>w)U(i nim pro- <lucer. Charles H. Bickley Rites Held Today Relatives here have been Informed of the unexpected death in Detroit of Charles H. Bickley, former well-known resident of .Sandusky, and at one time a ^member of the local police de- 'l paitnienf. \i Mr. Bickley was a retired .) memlier of the pcUce department j^'.n Detroit, hv.'ing served there lor many years. He frequently ii 'luint-i here to'visit friends and rcl.'itivc:. Sur\i'.ing are his v/idow; two on.':, .M .-aiu -icc =md Harmm Ekk- '.vy. of Detroil: seven grand- (iiilurtn three brothers. John ;iid N'orbert Bickley of Sandusky, •nd I 'lUvsell of Danbtiry; three islcis Wrs. A. ,1 Horrell, St. Loui'--, Mo., Mrs. Russell Morris. \\'ayl,-jnd. O, -md Mrs,' \S illiam Cast of Sandusky. liiirial wos iii D«'(ro!t thi.s :n ')i-nin:;. and local relatives al- lendtd K'rvices, TODAY'S LOCALS COOK WANTED Experience not necessary Apply in person Cameo Nite Club Monroe & Fulton Sts. WETALENE For Washing Dishes For House Cleaning It's Kind To Your Hands. Mrs. E. H. Mack Phone 1236-J. Hoover Sales & Service. Phone 4692 and 861 DUNLAP'S FINE FOODS 627 Tiffin Avenue "Everything in Food" Choice Beer, Wines—Open Evenings and Sundays OHIO: Partly cloudy in south, his'mother. "Mrs. Verdi Von Thron. His sister, Miss Judy Von Thron a student at Ohio University, Athens, is also home for the holidays. Home for the holidays are, John Rofkar, from Ohio State Univerity, Miss Marcia Lemmer-, man, Wendell Felshaw and Weldon Sheerer from Bowling Green University and Miss Rose Lemmerman from Parma. Miss Matilda Mengel is spending the holidays with relatives in Toledo. Mrs. J. H. Bellows, is a guest of her son, Randall and family in Munster, Ind. Miss Jessie West is with her brother, J, C. West and family during Mrs. Bellow's absence. mostly cloudy in north portion and sntyiV flurries near the Lakes and much colder tonight, temperature falling to 10 to 20 degrees tonight. Sunday mostly cloudy and quSte cold, with snow flurries near Lake Erie. LAKE ERIE: Northwest winds veering to northeast by late this afternoon, velocities 30-35 mph this afternoon, diminishing slowly tonight and becoming 20-25 nortlr- east to east Sunday. Snow flurries this afternoon and tonight, cloudy Sunday. SHIPPERS' FORECAST: Protect shipments for next 36 hours froiTi temperatures as follows: North and northwest 10°, south 12°, east 15°. A Toast To the New Year! By CU.-VRLOTTE ADAMS (.Associated I'ress Food Editor) AVE a party on New Year's Eve in which young and old can join. The drinks are long and cold, the refreshments to go with them are professional - looking l)elit foiu'S, made by you, there are plenty of good noise-makers and good wishes and everybody has a good time! Here are some simjjle and popular drink recipes for youi- New Year's Eve party. All arc equally delicious, and good for young or old. Fruited Ess Nosg Froth Juice of 1 lemon teaspoon salt 'i cup evaported milk Sparkling water 2 eggs, well beat-cn cup light corn syrup Juice of 2 oranges Combine eggs, corn syrup, orange juice, lemon juice, salt and evaporated milk. Beat thoroughly. Pour over ice in four tall glasses. Fill glasses with sparkling water. ScrvtE four. Sparkling Cherry Smash 2 cups grapefruit 4 teaspoons honey juice Maraschino cup Maraschino cherries cherry juice Sparkling water Combine grapefruit juice, Maraschino cherry juice and honey. Blend well. Pour ovet ice In tall glasses. Fill glasses with .sparkling water garnish with two or three Maraschino cherries. Serves four. Sparkling Spiced Cider 1 quart cider G allspice berrieb 1 2-inch stick 2 tablespoons cinnamon honey 6 whole cloves Sparkling water Combine cider, spices and honey. Bring to boil, lower heat, simmer 15 minutes. Strain and chill. Fill tr.ll glasses half lull of cider mixture. Add ice cubes. Fill with chilled sparkling water. Serves 10-12. CAPT. RICHARD .MOSS. U.S.N. NORWALK, Dec. 28—Word was received here of the ivagic death of Captain Richard Moss, 45, of the United States naval air corps, in a plane crash over Guantanamo Bay Cuba, Dec. 26. The body was recovered and will be flown to Washington for burial in Arlington Cemetery. No other details are available as Captain Moss was flying alone at the time. His father. Col. James A. Moss, retired army officer, who with Mrs. Moss has /been living in Sarasota, Fla., is flying to Cuba and' will return to Washington with the body. In the meantime his mother, Mrs. Moss, formerly Kate Kellogg will go to Fayetteville, N. C. where her other son, Romaine win accompany her to Washington. Captain Moss graduated from Norwalk High school with the class of 1920, and from the Annapolis Naval Academy in 1925. On the day of his graduation, he was united in marriage to Miss Louise Bean, Baltimore, who also survives. There are no children. During World War II, he served on the airplane carrier. Block Island and for the past nine months has been commander of the naval base at Guantanamo. A month ago, he was decorated by the Cuban government for saving the town of Guantanamo from destruction by fire. S)_ — ffi . 173 3.'i>,« 01'a 2G'a 33'i, 2TU 22-'H . 7.5'* • 37^4 18 31 'A 187 22 U IG 37 1 J > i • :i j', 10'„ 2 .'):'4 20^ -.-•A T,V.', (iO -4 20'a 30', 14 '4 42'^ fiO • 1 . 32 ^4 9' • 37. <4 3.-. ROLLER SKATING RoUerdrome, Venice Rd. Wed., Fri., Sat., Sun. evening. Sunday matinee 2 to 4. My office will be closed from Mon. Dec. 23 to Mon. Jan. 6. Dr. W. C. Panning Baked ham, German style potato salad. Plenty of beer & wine to take out. George's - Few food plants in Hawaii are ^ „ „ n..,r.i tAi' Wirephoto) believed to be of native origin. Gate Cor. E. Jefferson & Meigsj Blue Moon Punch 2 cups grape juice juice cup lioney 2 cups cider 2 quarts sparkling 1 cup grapefruit water Combine grape juice, cider, grapefruit juice and honey. Mix well. Pour over ice in punch bowl. Just before serving add sparkling water Yield: 35 punch cup servings. Making petit fours isn't half the chbre you may think. Just bake the recipe given below, cut it into little squares, and ice each as prettily as you know how. Here's the basic recipe. MONROEVILLE Petit Fours Cake 4 egg yolks 2>/a teaspoons bak- 2 egg whites Ing powder L cup sugar >4 teaspoon salt 'li cup milk 5 tablespoons 2 cups sifted melted butter or cake flour margarine Beat egg whites and yolks together until thick and light. Gradually beat in sugar, a few tablespoons at a time. Mix and sift flour, baking powder and salt. Add flour mixture alternately with the milk, finishing with flour. Stir in melted butter or margarine. Turn into greased, floured uhallow oblong pan. (Cake batter should be about 1 2-3 inches deep.) Bake at 350 degrees 35-40 minutes. Cool cake on a wire rack. UAPPi' NEW YEAR With the trimmings I PROMINENT DEMOCRAT DIES CLEVELAND. Dec. 28 fUP) Services were pending today for George J. MeGuire, ijrominent Democralic party worker," who died yesterday. He served in the stale auditor's department for 14 years. Mr. and Mrs. Homer Schild left Mom-oeville airport for Winter Park, Fla., where they were holiday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Wagner, Mrs. Sehild's parents. Mrs. Charles Lord, Monroe-st, entertained the following guests Christmas: Mr. and Mrs. Edward Eby, son Charles, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Lord, Mr. and Mrs. Clayton Lord, daughter Kaye Francis and Mr, and Mrs. SaUiUel Gorills of Toledo. Mrs. H. C. Sparks entertained the Original Club at their annual Christmas party at her home on Main-st. Mrs. Guy Latham assisted. Mrs. John Burrer spoke on "Christmas Through The Ages." Mrs. Otto Erf, son Bernard, left for Oak Park, 111., to spend the holidays with Mr. and Mrs. Harold Erf and family. Mr. and Mrs, Charles and family of Columbus and Mr, and Mrs, James Horn and family, of Elyrla were guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Philip Horn, Monroe-st. Week-end guests of Mrs. Augusta Lepley, Monroe-st, were: Mr. and Mrs. Richard Hogan and baby, and Richard Lepley, of Columbus. Mr. Lepley will be at home for his holiday vacation from Capitol University. Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Halloway, Chapel-st, spent Christmas with Radio Corp .Sears Roebuck Stand Brands Schenley Dlst Simmons Co 40 20th Century Kox 33 U.-iion C & Carb nfi_ Warner Brop 17'a Westing Elec 2.'5 -4 Woolworth Co 47'« Allis Chalmeis 35'a Baldwin Loco 21 U Burroughs 14'j Colgate Palm ' , Kresge 3ii Lambert '12 U Murray 11 Natl Cash Reg 33 Rem Rand 3H R J Reynolds Tob B 41 United Drug H'l MOTORS Boeing .Airplane 21 Bendix 3G ''ii Chrysler SO-'H Curtiss Wright •'>•« Cont Moiors 10-k Elec Auto 57 = 4 Gen Motors ' 52'^a Goodrich 02 ',2 Goodyear 5' Packard O'i Lockheed l^^s Glenn L Martin 32 !i Mack Trucks 42 "4 N Amer Aviation 15'i U S Rubber 52^a Sperry I'J-'A .Studebakcr 21 Tiniken Detroit Axle 20>i Timken Roller 44'2 United Aircraft 18U White Motors 25',i STEELS Bethlehem 91',i Amer Steel Fdy .13'.k Interlake Iron 11'if Amer Rolling Mills 36U Republic 27irf Vanadium 18% U S Steel ,: 71'i Crucible 30 Wheeling Steel 39'i Young.stown .' 67 COPPER AND MINES Anaconda 40 Amer Smelting 58 Kennecott Cop • 5H4 Int Nickel 34-!'& OILS Atlantic Ref 35',i Barnsdall A 23T8 Cont Oil of Del 42 Stand of N J B!» Consolidated & Stand 15s« Ohio Oil 24',i Phillips Pet .'i7 Plvnioulh 223 /8 Pure Oil ,,23',. Stand of Cal ' 50 Stand of Ind , , Stand of Ohio 2t '8 Socony Vac 14''ri Shell Union • 29^,4 Tidewater 19'* Texas Oil ^^'^ UTILITIES Amer Power & Light 13^* Col Gas & Elec •„ 11^" Cons Edison ^Jl « Inter T & T J'J',-* Elec Power ^ Light I'^a Amer T & T CURBS Arkansas Gas Cities Service Amer Water Works Western Union .... 27 17 22 1 i 500 $l.t'0 tl.SU RURAL. CITY MARKETS Eggs .. Potatoes .100 lbs .. Onions. 50 lb bag Elevators WHAT FARMBRS ARB PAID Wheat $2 00 Corn $2.25 Oats 750 Soybeans $3 00 Barley $1 40 The disastrous 1927 Mississippi flood extended more than 1,000 miles from Cairo, 111., to the GuU of Mexico. For Complete and Competent Life Insurance Service, See George C. Hill Associates tJfneral .Aui'itls OHIO NATIONAL LIFE • INSURANCE CO. 4US-B Western Sccuruj^ Bank Uldg. Sandusky. Ohio.' Pbone 460

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