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The Sandusky Register from Sandusky, Ohio · Page 9

Sandusky, Ohio
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Friday, May 13, 1955
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Camp Fire Girls Hold Grand Council Fire Ceremony; Awards Of Four Ranks Made; Blue Birds Graduated Activities of this Camp Fire year culminated last evening tn recog Oition of achievements of Ctmp Fife Girls and Blue Birds at the annual Grand Council Fire held III the Junior High Auditorium. !n lovely candlelight, symbolic of ¥ie motto and ranks of Camp Fite. five girls were awarded rank of Torch Bearer, the fourth in Camp Fire. They are Barbara Boyd, Helen Angeles, Marie Grosswtler, Ju dy Ryerson, and Linda Upper, all of Norwalk. The first four of these girls have completed requirements|bach, for Torch Bearer for *he second time and are now eligible to work toward Camp Fire's highest rank, Social Leadership. , Before a large audience of par en!s and'friends, many other girls received tl|e ranks of Fire Maker, Wood Gatherer, and Trail Seeker and a large number of Rluo Birds graduated into the groups of their older sisters in Camp Fire Rec ognition was given at this time for the completion of the requirements of this year's Birthday Prjojec'., "Let Freedom Ring" by the granting of a special award to three hundred and thirty-five members. Robert Pfeiffer, member of the Board of Directors of the Sandusky Council, served as narrator for the ceremony, explaining the program of Camp Fire and Introducing participants as the Council Fire progressed. Mrs. John R. Little, president of the board, gave a welcoming and congratulatory address preceding the lighring of the seven candles for the Blue Bird Wish. Mrs. Joseph' Ambus represent rcl the Leaders' Association in the lighting of (he candles for Ine Camp Fire mollo, Special music for the ceremony was provided by the KoWaTo Camf> Fire Girls from .Junior High school under the William Burger Mayer. Participating in the lighting of the candles and the explanation of the symbols were Cathy Grondin, Francine LaGross, Patsy Furrer, Mary Jo Sengstock, Deboreh Windau, Rosemary Fisher, Carol Miller, Cathy TherkeUon, Nancv Rockwell, Monica Doran, Gienda Carroll, Kathy Grubb, Karol Grubb, Laura Koehler, Nancy Detro, Carol Delro, Elaine Stiver, Diane . Hay, Karen Gettles, Ann Delahunt, Anjean Fisher, Virginia Dennis, Valerie Grondin, Nancy Hinners, Nancy Williams, Helen Angeles. Karen Van Saun, Carol Farrell. Elaine Frye Martha McDonald were flag hear ers and Barbara Holmes and Ellen Gow assisted in the Blue Rird graduation ceremony. Judy Fout recited the Canlp Fire Girls Ciedo at the close of the Council Fire. Attaining the rank of Wood Gatherer, the first rank of Camp Fire Girls, were Pamrta Simons, Shirley Root, Kathy Orr. Polly Murphy, Rena Burn.;.'Sharon Burrag, Judy Johnson, Sandy Kalten- Pat Kuhlman, Karen Mea- grow, Molly Murphy, Dolores Wilbur, Gayle Wallick, Joan Hummell, Ruth Alberts, Judy Roese, Victoria Fazekas, Lynn Wallice, Be'.tc Slovak, Donna Doerner, Loretta Barnett, Lynda Keller, Fay Neldzin- ski, Sue Hermes, Susan Carlson. Elaine Stiver, Nancy Minners, Marylou Corbin, Beth Mayer, Janei£ iane Rocsser, Kay Russell, Donna Bailee, Connie Harris, Marv Ruffing Betty and Rail, Cathy Voltz, Karen Gcigcr, nn dJMarjie Green, Karen Renvvand. Marcia Meggitt. Barbara Hocbrr. Virginia Dennis, SusnVi Koelsh Carol Ann Will. Kathy CVu.-in. Suzanne Fleming, Dorothea Macaluso, Janet Miller, Janet O'Brien, Sandra Ricclll. Elaine Sl<ncn... Janet Harvey, Joyce Slorum. Dianr Williams, Karon Starr, Snaton Curtis, Barbara Parish. Sherry Bailie. Nedra Angus and Janet Wilbur. New Fire Makers are Pat Reynolds. Judy. Spalsbury Judy Upper, Frances Schauss, Sharon Mca- grow, Martha. Leadbetter. Karen Boyd. Kathy Angeles, Sally Pickett, Mary Burrill, Shirley Krod- erirk, Carol Huffing, Sandra Hicks, Judy Hartley, Barbara Taylor, Karen Blough. Marilyn Smith, Canino, Janet Seiler. Sharon Gillihgham, Dolores Hoffman. Elks Lodge Will Initiate Class Here On Tuesday The Elk? Lodge will iniiiale A class of 10 candidates in ritualistic •work to be conducted at the lodge 'quarters Tuesday night. The degree work will he directed by the north central district (championship team of Elyria ! Lodge, No. 405. according to Nnr- Dickman. chairman of the activities program here for THE SANDUSKY REGISTER-STAR-NEWS Friday, May 13, 1955 than llocal May. At | their [steak Susan Stoll, Sharon Stoll Reineck, Karen Smith, Judy Camp, Lorraine Seek. Jacqueline Windau, Angella Fantauzzo, Molly BrcwnJ Ann Magnusson, Marv Ann Demp Cathleen Fresch, O'Brien, Christine Df anna Jackie Lynnc Nancy Nancy Weis- Marlcne Mellein, ! Weaver, Barbara Lit He, Mayer, >Wilma Sailce. Bromm. Mary Ann Shuman. Williams, Fjizabeth Parson-. sev, Eve Lerner, Judv Perrin, Kav'' 13 ^ 0 ' 1 - Jc, 'J. " a,e >'- Nann Klug, Joan Lippus, and Anjean Sf, nbcrRcr, Mlchele Tou/eau Fi sner i Murphy, and Carole Lchrcns The following girls were awarded the rank of Trail Seeker: Karen Lavine, Barbara Douglas, Carol Detro, Karen Liebacher, Susan Frutig, Susan Grant, Marilyn Johnson, Georgia Klepper, Janet Waterfield, Ann Wonne.-. Joyce Thompson, Patty Lofter. JanetiGarner. Diane Eckler, Joan Creci Richtarsic, Diane Hay Diane Lrick-llius, Carol Sherwood, Diane Cres- Pat i Murphy, and Carole Graduating from Blue Birds to Camp Fire were Brenda Jackson. Annette Swicker, Joan Stiver, Kay Schlessman, Carol Schlessman, Sue Moore, Karon MacMurray, Barbara Levin, Rochelle Kurtz, Phyllis Kirby. Marilyn Kanney. Shirley Janet iGarner, Diane Eckler Lrick-liius, Carol Sherwood son, Ann Hampe, Janet Malinovsky, Connie Catri, Ann "ai'torius, Tana Drake, Patty Fry. Susan Kafka, Janet Starr. Denny Graham, Barbara Bauer, Marcia Delamatre, Mary Lou Haynes, Theresa Meyer, Karen Van Saun, Karen Sutter, direction of Mrs.jSusy Price, Kathleen McDonald, and Mrs. JackJLynette Manns, Karen Gettles. Su- jsan Brugeman, Carol Phillips. Patricia Hillis, Georgia Vartorclla, Susie Legando, Sandra Kundra. Judy Peters, Beverly Hilli-. Jacqueline Zika, Carol De'ahunt, Josephine Mussell, Sharon Legando, 1 Barbara Holmes, Ellen Gow. Linda-Penny Uther, Martha Daugherty. Marion I Pamela Rettig, Patty Morris, Diane hart, Sara Tussig, Carole Ford, Carolyn Reinertz, Nancy Pfeiffer, Judy BJuckhorn, Judy Rocse, Valerie Grondin, Ann Dienes. Jeanne Histen, Millie Blair, Maureen Kelly, Joan Lonsway. Charlotte Faulhaber, Sandra Drouillard, < ; Linda Liir-fson, ton, Joyce Lonz, Francine La Grass, Barbara Windisch, Ann Shaffer, Carolyn Castrovince, Kay Williams, Dolly Osborn, Susan Till", Jane Ricmcn.schncicler, Jean Jensen, Martha Jo Walker. Mary Ann Hall, Teresa Krick,'Lynda Papen- fuse, Sherry Iehle, Roberta Johnson, Patty Zureich, Joanne Modic. Cheryl Knapp, Nancy Frederick, Jill Justice, Kalhcrinc Janao, Marilyn Mcesig, Carol Ringhol/., Judith i Spanglcr. Nancy Wilson. Sheila, Fisk. Lynclte White. Peggy Hitler,' Leslie Gockste'.ter. Jans Brewster, I Starr, Gienda Carroll, j Miller. Jacqueline Ander Janet Jackson. GilchrestT~and Nancy Spring dainties that look fleecy and cioudsoft but wear like iron are orlon or nylon coats, toppers and negligees. These come in creamy pastels ? fi p. m., the candidates and sponsors will be served a dinner. Other members are iinvited to attend the dinner and jmay make reservations with the 'steward through Saturday. Entertainment to follow the din­ ner'will include the showing of the football championship game of the Cleveland Browns. Pre-School Clinic, Registration Set For Margaretta-tp Arrangements have been completed for a pie-school clinic and j registration of Margaretta-tp children next Tuesday and Wednesday. Dr. Richard Fishell, commissioner and members of the Erie -co health department, will give physical examinations to all children who expect to start in the Mar­ garetta-tp scliools next September. Physicals and registration will start at 1 p. m. Tuesday in the Venice school for children living in that area while Castalia area \oungsters are to report Wednesday afternoon at the elementary building in that village. One or both parents are urged to accompany the children to the ."Chools, bringing birth certificates, j Children must be six years old by' Sept. 30 in order to enter the first grade in the fall. j Parents needing transportation are requested to contact Mrs. Allen i Myrice. Venice PTA president by | Tuesday noon or Mrs. Theodore j Hacker, Margaretta PTA proxy, j, before Wednesday noon. PTA, mothers will assist with registration at both schools and are to serve refreshments to parents. Here are THIS WEEK' BARGAIN BUYS J Here they are—this week's BARGAIN BI'YS—ton quality. MORF.-FOR-YOtR-MONEV YAM FS that can't be brat— ANYWHERE! SEE them NOW . . . Bl V them NOW- a ZOELLNERS! And for TOP VALVES and TOP SAVINGS every single? day of the week . . start shnpnliu, at Y.OI", i M.R.'^ —REG! LARLY! You'll ALWAYS crt MORE for EVERY dollar you spend . . . and at ZOELLNFR'S—Ql'ALITY is part of EVERY bargain! One out of every eight persons will go to the hospital-this year. Were Spec. Wrre Spec. Rath Scales 6.05 5.25 36x72 Floor Mats Pint Measuring Asst. Colors S.50 6.95 Pitchers 45c 39c Rubber Rath Mats 4.25 3.85 3 Pc. Plastic Bowl Rubber Rath Mats Set 2.29 1.95 Evans Night Latches • 2 .25 1.79 Waste Paper Evans Night Latches • Baskets 75c 65c Mail Boxes, Metal 79c 45c Screen Door 50' Garden Hose . 5.25 3.95 Closers 1 .95 1.79 5' Stop Ladders 4.50 3.95 13 Pc. Cookie Prrss 2 .95 2 60 4' Step Ladders .. 3.59 3.19 Oval Buckets 1 .09 R9- 4' Step Ladders .. OTcdar Mops t .TiO Mirromatlc Pressure 3 .99 Electric Travel Irons . 8.95 6.50 Cookers . 12 .95 9 .95 Electric Corn 5.25 PInstir Dish Pans . 1 .98 1.59 Poppers 5.95 5.25 4 Pc. Pyrex Bowl Window Ventilators 95c 69c Set 3 .511 2.9S 12 Jar Viso-Part Plastic Cake Cover Boards 3.00 2.75 and Carrier 2 9S 2.49 6x9 Water Proof Cory Coffee Makers 4.50 3 .95 Paint Covers . 89c 59c Pyrex Baking Dish. Buy a rec 9x12 Water Proof one 1.50. get small one free Paint Covers . 1.29 99c Cake Pan 13' ix9«i 2.29 1.15 Bradley White House Metal Spice Paint. Gallon 5.66 4.95 Cabinets 4.98 2 .59 Kein Tone, per gal . 5 .9S 4.35 Swing Away Can Roller & Pan 1.79 1.49 Opener 2.49 2. in Fishing Rod. Reel Alum. Teakettles 1.79 1.35 and Line 8.25 5.25 20x36 Floor Mats Sump Pumps. All Asst. Colors. 2.59 2 .19 Brass 5 .50 59.95 22x42 Floor Mats We Have Fishing Licenses A"=st. Colors. . . . 3.79 3.19 Cane Poles 14 ft. . .... 50c Plenty of Parking Space OPEN FRIDAY NIGHT TILL 8:00 Wm. Z0ELLNER 419 E. Perkins Ave. Ph. 4518 FORSTER CHINA CO. House of Gifts Cleveland Ave* Open Evenings and Sundays Read the Classified Paqes You're a in this curvy-whife, tiny doll-like pump.. .and it comes in all 4 heels! High heel leather pump v!im, medium widths. louis Heel Teen Heel FlatHMl MerhrShaes^ 36 K. Main St. 148 E. Market St. 105 E. Main St Nortfalk Sandusky BelleTue mm A Sale That Grew Too Big Even For BING'S Great Furniture Stores We Were Forced to Take Over the Huge Building at the MEI_0DY HALL Formerly Montgomery Ward Warehouse Iwl WM H%# Wm I M M M ^k^Wm (Situated Right Next to the Skating Rink) GREATEST WAREHOUSE SALE ! Scwe35Z tof7S%! j &sk FRIDAY, SATURDAY & MONDAY, 10 A. M. TO 9 P. M. SUNDAY 10 A. M.T06P. M. WE BOUGHT ALL TI!E DISPLAY SAMPLES AT THE FURNITURE MART IN CHICAGO ALL FAMOUS MAKES! • Thomasville • Kent Coffee • Bassett • Willett • Empire • Namor • Douglas • Bunting • Red Cap • Pincor AND ARE BRINGING THE WONDERFUL SAVINGS TO YOU WE SHOW JUST A VERY FEW OF THE PRICE SLASHED MERCHANDISE OVER 128,000 DOLLARS WORTH OF NEW FURNITURE .. CARPETING!. ALL MERCHANDISE BRAND NEW! ALL FULLY GUARANTEED! ALL MERCHANDISE BRAND NEW! AIL'FULLY GUARANTEED! 'Bigelow-Sanford" 27x36 THROW RUGS Axminaters—Twists— Wiltons Valu»s to $9.95 233 Pieces $1.99 Limit—2 P«r Customer Alexander Smith BROADLOOM CARPET 12 -Feei Wide Choice of 2 Floral Designs or Modern Texture Regular $6J35 Sq. Yd. 785 Square Yards sq. yd. $399 "Bird" Standard Weight 9x12 LINOLEUMS Tile and Floral Patterns Over 100 Pieces Regular SI 1.95 SALE $7.88 "Aldon" "Aidon" Nylon and "Alrvander- Sniilh" Nylon & Avisco Avisco Stair CARPET Carpet <) \ '• v lu«; Carpet Over 100 Room Size idxiin Si.'r \\ uii' Rugs to choose from. ItllKi l(> I liiiihc ii irti Ho(\i! ami 1 i< il n i- ; I •• n * Regularly Priced at > Kt 'uu! irh 1 1 ill 1 / I .i I 11 s 111 .1 \ v IMl .llil > $9.95 Sq. Yd. I 'l h 't ii it' M| \ 'I \ \ 'IS 1 »l it IT K. 4u!.i i > r s i NOW Now ~ i .i rd. >• .T \ il- 1 1 $5.99 sq ' vd ' s 5.99 Sti- Yard s 3.99 All Merchandise New Fully Guaranteed! "Birelow-Sanford" "Alexander-Smith" 27x36 THROW RUGS Axininsters— BROADLOOM CARPET Twists- 12 feet wide. Wiltons Choice of 2 Floral Values to $9.95 Designs or Modern 233 pieces Texture. M.99 Reg. $6.95 Sq. Yd. 785 sq. yds. Mmit -r I per Customer '3.99 sq .yd. NO MAIL OR PHONE ORDERS TAKEN! ALL ITEMS SUBJECT TO PRIOR SALE! NONE SOLD TO DEALERS! FREE PARKING! FREE DELIVERY! "BIRD" Stuiiiiatl UcitJ'.t All Wool Wilton y \ n Ii l-'uoi Wide Linoleums lit'ouiiiooiii Si roll I'altoni. file and l-'lural Patterns. O v e r 100 Pieces Regular $11.95 — Sale s 7.88 (<roen—(Irey—Rose Regular SI','.95 sq. yd. — Sale 8.99 >d. THESE VALUE PACKED ITEMS • Living Room Suites • Sectional Sofas • Chairs . . . Tables • Bedroom Suites • Innerspring Mattresses & Boxsprings a Sofa Beds • Hide-A-Beds • Broadloom Carpeting • Stair & Hall Carpet • Felt Base Linoleum • Room Size Rugs (from 9x9 to 12x30) • Chrome Dinettes • Chaise Lounges • Gliders • Power Lawn Mowers • Redwood Furniture • Hassocks Free Parking for Over 1000 CARS BINGS SANDUSKY ALL QUANTITIES LIMITED! EASIE |NQ*$ SANDUS •J

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