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•THE SANDUSKY REGISTER-STAR-NEWS, EVENING EDITION, SATURDAY, JUNE 7, »41 Erie, Huron, Seneca, Ottawa and Sandusky County News Norwalk Priest Ordained At Toledo Cathedral «" NORWALK (Special)—Rev. Isa- "dore Fries, son of Mrs. Josephine Fries of Corwin-st, was among the 20 young men ordained to the priesthood by Bishop Karl J. Alter of the Toledo diocese. The ordination ceremonies were held at Hols Rosary Cathedral, Toledo, Saturday morning. Following the ordination services. Rev. Fries will return to his home here and Sunday morn­ ing'will sing his first solemn mass. Rev. Fries was educated at St. Haul's grad^ and high school here; at John Carroll University, Cleveland; St. Gregory Seminary, Cincinnati; and. Mount St. Mary Seminary, Norwood, O. He received his A. B. degree from John Carroll. Officers for Rev. Fries' first mass at St. Paul's Church here Sunday morning will be: the Rev. Andrew Welfle, S. J., Cleveland, assistant priest; the Rev. Cletus Gates, Blakeslee. deacon; the Rev. Lawrence Ernst, Fremont, + i 4- * subdeacon; and the Rev. William Friemoth of St. Paul's, master of ceremonies. The sermon will be given by the Rev. Robert H. Ruffing, of Holgate and a former member of St. Paul's parish. Minor ministers will include: Jerry O. Turins, Our Lady of the Lake Seminary, Cleveland; Leo A. Wirries, Mount St. Mary's Seminary, and Carlton Ott, St. Meinrad Seminary, Meinrad, Ind. Sister M. Bernadine, O. S. U„ Grand Rapids, O., and Sister M. Lillian, of the Sisters of Charity of St. Augustine, Lakewood, are cousins of Father Fries. School News Of Norwalk MILAN Pageant Will Be Presented At Vermilion RURAL CHURCHES Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Sehaeffer and daughter Mary Ella spent a few days visiting Mr. and Mrs. Zelva McQuillan in Swanton. Arthur Gordon of Chesterville i$ Visiting his uncle and aunt, Mr and Mrs. R. N. Beare. Miss Elizabeth Shriver has rented the Schaefer apartment for the summer months. Mr. and Mrs. Chauncy Rehark and son of Shaker Heights spent several days at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Dorr aid family. Mr. and Mrs. Glen Shaw of Cleveland were recent guests of Miss Elizabeth Kurtz. -The Past Matrons and Past Patrons of Edison Chapter, Milan, surprised Madison Mixture and Robert—McLane at the home of the latter recently. A picnic dinner was served at 6:30 o'clock. .Mr. and Mrs. Ben Doane and Mrs. Madeline Wood of Akron and Mr. and Mrs. Bert Doane of B'ellevue visited friends here recently. -• Mrs. A. A. Ake and daughter Mae-Dell of Norwalk; Mr. and Mrs. H. D. Moore and Mr. and Mrs. William Klingbeil were recent dinner guests of Miss Elizabeth Kurtz. Mr. and Mrs... John Water of Akron have purchased and are occu- . pying the farm home formerly owned by Ernest Scheuffler, east of Milan. Mrs. Waters was formerly Miss Bessie Scheuffler. Miss June Rosekelly entertained with a steak roast at her home for the pleasure of her house guest, Miss Ruth Bax- stresser of Detroit, Mich. The guests included, Miss Toni Buiting, Frank Camella and Fritz Strasser of Sandusky; Ray Penta and Ralph Brandt of Lorain, Miss Jeanette Russell and the honored guest. Mr. and Mrs. John Henry and son Bill are moving into the house occupied by Mrs. Dairy Penson on S. Main-st. Mr. and Mrs. Guy Monteith of Shaker Heights spent a day visiting relatives and friends in Milan. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Keller of Winterport, Maine, have arrived • in:Milan for an indefinite stay. Mrs. H. Hall of Ashtabula was a dinner guest of Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Hog on East Front-st. " The "Women's Missionary So, city of the Presbyterian Church will give a 1 o'clock luncheon at Lbckwood Chapel on Tuesday June 10. The Rev. Ferry of the First Presbyterian Church, San, dusky, will be the guest speaker ;•- Mr. and Mrs. Dinsmore Wheeler of Chicago were recent guests of the former's mother, Mrs. Marion Wheeler, at the Homer Page Farm. Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Dimon of Cleveland visited their mother Mrs. Frank Dimon for a day. Mrs. H. G. Loher accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Mudge. Margaret Mudge and Mrs. S. A Lockwood spent a day in Toledo. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Kelly had for their guests recently, Mv. and Mrs. Clyde Wilsey of Cleve land. Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Heckelman attended the funeral of Mrs. W S. O'Neil at Port Clinton. . Clinton Heckelman was a recent guest at the home of Mrs. and Mrs. Willard Heckelman and family. NORWALK — Monday was the seniors' last day of school, and in view of the fact, an assembly was given by the seniors in the afternoon. The hit of the program was a dance adopted from the "Gay Nineties" in which several boys of the football squad participated. Their costumes were short black ballet skirts with black silk stockings. The Class Will and Class Prophecy were uniquely presented by Hank Young and Mary Lou Overhuls respectively. Five senior girls, Mary Brady, lone Markes, Hertha Lawson, Ruth Rogers, and Kathleen Wright dressed as quintuplets and said pieces while their teacher, Mary Powers, tapped her ruler to the tune of "I Can't Do The Sum." The entire senior class were seated on the stage in a restaurant scene. The school dance band furnished music between numbers and following the program. The sophomores held a picnic at Blue Bridge Monday afternoon. Senior exams started on Tuesday morning and continued through Thursday. A mother-daughter tea was scheduled for Tuesday afternoon and was held at the Methodist Church as a Girl Reserve affair. Girl Reserve rings were presented at this time to Mary Brady, Marjorie Marett, Jo Bellamy, Betty Lou Noble, and Patricia Patrick. Miss Mossman also received gifts in appreciation of her guidance and service in the club. The committee in charge of this meeting was: Jo Bellamy, Alice White, lone Salabank, Winifred Auble, Jeanette Hiltz, and Mary Amato. » • — * "Love Crazy," featuring Myrna Loy and William Powell, shown here, is to open Sunday at the Ohio theater. HURON COUNTY COURT NOTES NORWALK (Special)—Marriage licenses were issued here today to Max Brook, 29, Cleveland, sales man, and Mary Cybulski, 30, Norwalk, laundry worker. Justice of the peace named to officiate. Common Pleas E. Nestor of Wakeman, R. F. D., through his attorneys, Young and Young, today started action in the common pleas court here seeking a judgment of $1,372.46 from Anna Kocher, executrix of the estate of J. Nestor, Milan-av, Norwalk, on farm work, labor, and materials accounts. A verdict of $9,000 returned in the common pleas court here some time ago in favor of Carl Arnert against Algie Knapp, was remanded back for a new trial by the court of appeals of the sixth district. The case was remanded back on grounds of error. Arnert sued to recover judgment for injuries received in a motor accident north of New London. HOSTESSES FOR SHOWER NORWALK (Special)—Mrs. Har old Seaton of Shelby, Miss Alice Bailey and Mrs. Clayton Bailey were hostesses last evening at the Bailey residence, Fairfield-rd, at a linen shower honoring Miss Ada Louise Conger, bride-elect. , Contests were played during the evening with various awards going to Mrs. Oakley Couch, Mrs Nick Wagner, Jr., Mrs. Ernest t .Woodworth and Mrs. J. J. Bailey and guest prize to Miss Conger, . The presents for Miss Conger 'were cleverly concealed under a white umbrella showered with pink and white streamers. A two- course luncheon was served at table graced with pink roses and , tapers, crystal appointments, and miniature brides marking each "place. The guest list included Mrs Oakley Couch, Shelby; Mrs. Nick Wagner, Jr., Fremont; Mrs. Ernest Woodworth, Willard; Mrs. L. L, Conger, North Fairfield; Mrs George Daltori, Mrs. Byron Dal ton, Mrs. Henry Dalton and Miss Hazel Dalton, all of Wakeman V-$frs. Walter Bauer, Mrs. David fe* Welling, Mrs. Harvey Woodruff f^M^B. J.: J. Bailey, Miss Alda Gar -i f tbe guest of honor and the tosses. Birthday Tea Given By Group GREEN SPRINGS, (Special) — One of the social events of the year was the birthday tea, served Thursday evening at the Methodist Church by the W. S. C. S. Tables were* set for each month of the year and 100 guests were seated at the table which represented the month of their birthday. Mrs. A. H. Neikirk and Mrs. L. A. Messecar had charge of the January table with decoration, a huge snow ball and cpid and the large birthday cake, decorated like the face of a clock. The February table was in charge of Mrs. D.' L. Giffin and Mrs. Dett McConnell and decorated with hearts for Valentine day; the March table, presided over by Mrs. Clara Goodrich and Mrs. J. B. Huber had green decorations and dishes for St. Patrick Day. The Easter bunny and colored eggs decorated the table for April in charge of Mrs. Paul Brown and Mrs. Bert McCracken, and the May table was adorned with the May Queen and her attendants, represented by paper dolls and was in charge of Mrs. Don McConnell and Mrs. E. L. Wood. Patriotic decorations were on the June and July table which Mrs. J. H. Jones, Miss Annie Johnson and Mrs. J. L. Needham and a lovely bridal cake formed the center piece; the August and September table was in charge of Mrs. Maude Dawley, Mrs. H. H. Finn, Mrs. Fred Sager and Mrs. Lillie Huber and a miniature log school house was the decoration and those seated there sang, "School Days." Turkey for Thanksgiving decorated the October and November table in charge of Mrs. Bert Van Natta and Mrs J. L. Abel and Christmas decorations adorned the December table in charge of Mrs. Lillie Ayers and Miss Mary Heler. * SANDUSKY-CO T I COURT NOTES 1 VERMILION, (Special) — A pageant, "The Silver Wand" will be presented at the Children's Day exercises at the Congregational Church Sunday, June 8 at 10:30 o'clock. » Characters taking part are Joe, Tom Thompson; Gladys, Betty Lindsley; Mary .Ellen, Julia Morris, Carol, Betty Lou Zess; Miss Smith, Arlene Friday; Heralds, Eleanor and Charles Heinau; Moses, Jesse Ball; grandchildren, Nancy Tarraut and Phyllis Probeck; Widow, Shirley Lumley; Son, Billy Zoles; Elijah, Carol Bair; Misr tress, Carolyn Schroeder; Maid of Nooman, Janine Morris; Galilean children, Joan Zoles and Donna Enzor; Rich, Billy Tarraut and Bob Zoles; Poor Women, Marian Nancy Stutz; Givers, Maurene Enzor; Joyce Dickechoff, Tom Zoles, Bob Enzor, Dick Miller, Donna Maurer; John Phillip Tarraut; Pe tter, Dick Barnes; Soloist, Julia Morris; Duet, Shirley Barnes and Annette Martin. There will be no Sunday school. The annual offering for education will be taken at this service Starting at 10:45 Sunday morn- -r^^ir^Tm „ „ , t ing June 8 the children of the Re- FREMONT — Will of the late fomed gund scnool wiU pre . Fred W. Mitchell, Belle.vue fur- sent the foMowing program by mture dealer, who was fatally in- Mrs L H Martin Superintendent jured a week ago in a fall from Processional by rhy thm band a porch at his home, was filed in Recitations—Don Miller, Eleanor probate court here Iriday The Neiding David Wllkes , Charles will, eight pages in length, was Leidheiser written Dec. 11, 1937 and be- s6 by the'Primary Department jqueaths all household furnishings R ec itations-Buddy Kropf, Joan outright to the widow Mrs. Leila Kropf> Jameg Reuten er, Bobby E Mitchell, an dprovides her with Martin and Harold Gebhardt life use of all real estate and per- Song by p rimary choir with Mar- sonal property, including a three- iIyn Hamman as So i oist fourths interest m the furniture A tableaux, "Pleasant Pictures" business. with Marilyn Reutener, ptotog- A son, Bertram, who owns the rapher, remaining interest in the business Recitations by Richard Parsons, is given its residuary share. A Donna Reutenik, Richard Neid- daughter, Marian Schlicht, Is i ngi Richard Baker,J>onJHaherJ given the residuary share of parts Exercise by Norma Baker, Althea 1 of inlot 189, the family residence, Showalter, Phyllis Neiding and inlots 188, 185, 186, part of lot 6 Marilyn Hamman. and undivided one-half interest in Recitations, Jesse" Hamman inlot 1100 and part of lot 6. A son, Barbara Neuman, Norma Neiding. Emerson, is willed, subject to the song by the Primary Department life estate, part of lot 62. Another junior Department exercise, Carol son, Berlin, Clyde, is bequeathed Opfer, Nancy Davidson, Patri- personal property in equal value cia Baker, Marilyn Kishman to the other children's bequests Lois Ann Fiebach, Eloise Kropf The four children are willed and Joyce Clipson equally parts of inltots 213; 212. Recessional by the Rhythm Band 214 and 215 in Bellevue. The widow is nominated as executrix. I € No estimate of the estate value was given. Permits Transfer Authority for the transfer of Fremont real estate in the estate of Mary A. Fiegelist has been giv en in probate court. Transfer of inlot 947, at 1002 Court-st, Fre mont, was asked to Ervin J Fiegelist, Tiffin, and Leander J Fiegelist, Cleveland, sons. Trans fer of one-half' interest each in BURN MORTGAGE NORWALK (Special) — An event of interest to members of the local Elk's Lodge took place last evening at their club rooms when about 150 were on hand to celebrate the burning of the mortgage. Alter the banquet, Exalted Ruler Don Ford presented Past Exalted Ruler Earl Lewellen as master of ceremonies. Short speeches were made by the following members, Milt. Justice, Oscar Hettle, Fred Cole, C. A. Sanger, G. Ray Craig and W. C. Pratt commemorating the event.' MRS. ANNIE E. McCLURE BERLIN HEIGHTS — Mrs Annie E. McClure, 68, wife of Dr Charles F. McClure, died Friday at her home on Route 113 near here. Survivors besides the husband are a daughter, Mrs. Mary Kaserman, Chagrin Falls; one son Albert, at home; a sister, Miss Florence Fish in California and two brothers, Albert Fish, Birm ingham and J. C. L. Fish, Fresno, Calif. The body was brought to the Hinman Funeral Home where private funeral services will be held early Saturday afternoon. The body will then be taken to Cleve land for cremation. 20 TO TAKE EXAMS NORWALK (Special) — It was reported today that 20 applicants will take the civil service examination for city patrolman here Monday evening, June 7. Due to the large number of candidates, the examination will be held at Norwalk High school instead of in the city council chambers. NEED MORE FUNDS FREMONT, (Special)— Sandusky-co relief funds were approximately $2,500 N short today although May encumbrances were not even being considered, county commissioners said. There was $1,500 on hand with which to pay $4,090, for March and April expenses with no consideration be ing given May and June encumbrances. | Norwalk Personals NORWALK (Special) — Henry Young, son of Attorney and Mrs Henry S. Young of this city, has accepted a position as clerk in the department of justice at Washington, D. C, for the summer. Major Phil Fulstow of Pine Camp, N. Y., is spending a few • i *. mo, . B „ o ™ A 4. i days with his family here. Fol- mlot 1991 at 517 S. Wood-st, was U ^ m his visit he wi u go to Chicago where he will attend an army school for one month before asked to William, a son, Cleve land, and Edna M. Fiegelist, Fre mont, a daughter of the deceased. | ^urninglo "pine Camp. Marriage Licenses Joseph Benjamin Filson of R. F Mrs. P. H. Fulstow and daugh D. 2, Clyde, and Mrs. Helen Eliza- ter, Ann, will attend the Com- beth Myers, Hopewell-tp, have ob- mencement exercises at Yale Uni- tained a marriage license in Sen- versity next week, at which time eca-co probate court at Tiffin. A Gardiner Fulstow will graduate marriage license was obtained at Wood-co probate court in Bowling The second meeting of West Green by Norman Shue, 23, oil Hartland Merry Mixers was held worker, of Rollersville, and Vir- at the home of their leader, Mrs ginia Schell, 22, clerk, Bradner Donald Zimmerman. Susanna Harold O. Winters, 24, Goshen, Lierem:, president, was in charge Ind., communications operator, U. During the business meeting it S. department of commerce, and was decided to hold an ice cream Georgia A. Hankinson, 18, Vick- social July 1. ery; the Rev. H. G| Griffiths. Gor- — don A. Tolhurst, 24, laborer, and Mr. and Mrs. Walter Baker are Alice N. Schell, 20, clerk, both the parents of a son born at of Fremont; the Rev. H. W. Find- Memorial Hospital here Friday ley. morning Mr. and Mrs. Robert Fish of Jury To Convene The current petit jury panel „ , . nt a will be called next week to hear P™ 8 *? 4 " 8 * ^JE,' P !f Memorial testimony in a number of cases daughter born Friday at Memorial now on the common pleas court Hos P ltal calendar The first case to be heard Monday is that of Mrs Hazel Ward, administratrix against Claude Garland, Fremont and action originating in a fatal auto accident. The suit of Richard Lesher against Richard Zirn is to follow and suit brought by Irene The Women's Society of Chris tian Service of the Methodist Church will meet Wednesday, June 11, at 2:30 p. m. at the D. A. R. house. Mrs. Dora Hull is recovering TV, .... .. _ i nicely from an emergency appen- Moore against the city of Fre- d J performed at Memorial mont, both personal tions, will follow. injury ac HogpitaL SPEED CONSTRUCTION NORWALK (Special) — In an effort to speed construction on the new 1,300 seat Schine theater here, double shifts, working seven days a week were announced today. It is hoped to have the theater ready to open by mid-July. Sentences Four After Admission Of Theft Guilt All children of the primary de partment of the Methodist Church practiced Saturday afternoon for the Children's Day program to be presented at the morning church services Sunday. NORWALK (Special) Judge Second Lieutenant Paul The love-bug has bitten Jackie Cooper and Jane Withers and the result is "Her First Beau," at Seitz State theater starting Sun­ day. "Rookies on Parade," a musical comedy with an army camp background, is on the same program. E. G. Marian of the common pleas Schwenn, who is now at Fort court, today sentenced four young Benning, Ga„ has been promoted men after pleading guilty to thefts to first-lieutenant of farm property, including arti cles which they sold for junk. The Rebekah Social Club wi The four were Charles Goliver, me et in the I. O. O. F. parlors 22, West Clarksfield, reported to Tuesday afternoon, June 10, at be the ring leader of the group, 2:30. A picnic supper will be was sentenced to a term of from served, and an important bust one to two years in Mansfield re- ness session transacted, formatory; his brother, Walter, was sentenced to 30 days in the Children's Day program will county jail; Arthur Root, 22 Gibbs- comprise the morning church ser- av, was sentenced to 60 days vices at St. Peter's Lutheran in jail but sentence was suspended Church here Sunday, pending good behavior; and Fred Hersha, 17, of Spring-st, was FRANK J. HINMAN charged with petit larceny, was BERLIN HEIGHTS — Frank J, sentenced to 30 days in jail. Her- Hinman, 81, died Friday at the sha, however, was turned over to home of Mrs. Grace Croft in Mi the probate court and his sentence ] an . He had lived most of his will be subject to whatever dis- life in West Clarksfield and was a position the probate judge elects member of the New London Odd to take. Fellows Lodge Surviving is a nephew, Charles ELECT OFFICERS Towsley. Wakeman NORWALK (Special) — Huron T ne body was brought to the Hin Chapter, No. 7, R. and A. M., elect- man Funeral Home here where ed the following officers at their f r i en ds may call until Sunday meeting held Thursday night: H. noo „, Fuenral services will be P., John A. Sipher; King, F. G. he i d Sunday at 3 p.m. at the Laible; Scribe, John Clarke; C. oi clarksfield Methodist Church wun H. H. L. Fenton; P. S., Tom Evans; t he Rev. Harold Wilmon. Bright Sec. H. K. Rood; Treas., W. C. on officiating. Pratt; M. 3rd Vail, A. J. Leidorff; 1 M. 2nd Veil, Waldo Schock; M. An airliner consumes 390 gal 3rd Vail, G. W. Lawrence; Guard. Ions of gas in a run between Chi- L. J. Cole. cago and New York. NORWALK First Baptist Church — Rev. Carleton L. Schultz, pastor. 9:15 a. m., Sunday school, E. L. Tucker, superintendent. Classes for all ages. 10:00 a. m., Unified service. Children's Day pageant "Light Ahead" will be presented by S. S. Topic morning service, "Jesus and Children." 6:30 p. m., Young Peoples meeting. 7:30 p. m., Eve ning worship, subject, "Truth and Consequences." Tuesday, 7 p. m., Boy Scout troop sponsored by the Steadfast Class, Marshall Keirce, scoutmaster. Wednesday, 7:30 p. m., Prayer service followed by choir rehearsal. Friday, 2:30 p m., Ladies Auxiliary»' will meet with the Misses Ellen and Mary Little for a garden tea. St, Paul's Catholic Church- Rev. G. A. Forst, pastor; Rev. William Friemoth, assistant. 6:00 a. m., Low mass and sermon; 7:30 a. m., Low mass and sermon; 9:00 a. m., Low mass and sermon; 10:30 a. m., High mass and sermon; 2:30 p. m., Benediction. St. Mary's Catholic Church— Father Quinlan, pastor. 8:00 a. m Low mass; 10:30 a. m., High mass Weekday mass at 8:00 a. m. 7::00 p. m., Thursday, instruction for High school students. Weekday devotions as announced on Sunday. St. Paul's Episcopal Church— Rev. Charles Henry Gross, pastor. 9:15 a. m., Church Sunday school 9:15 a. m., Adult Bible class; 10:30 a. m., Morning worship, sermon 6:00 p. m., Young Peoples Chi Rho club. Tuesday, 7:00 p. m., Boy Scouts. Wednesday, 7:30 p. m Choir practice. Saturday, 9:15 a m., Boys' choir. St. Peter's English Lutheran Church — Rev. Carl C. Wanne macher, pastor. 9:15 a. m., Sunday school; 10:30 a. m., Church ser vice. Children's Day program will be ^presented. 7:30 p. m., Sunday Norwalk High baccalaureate. Monday, 7:30 p. m., Vestry meeting, WednesdayV7 *30 p. mr, Choir. First Presbyterian Church — Rev. Paul S. Mellish, pastor. 9:15 a. m., Sabbath school, Miner Lawrence, superintendent; Mead Park, assistant. 9:15 a. m., Men'; class. All men and their friends are invited. 10:30 a. m., Children' Day progam by Primary depart ment under direction of Mrs Arthur David, wife of A. E. David Reflector Herald City Editor. 6:30 p. m., High School Club meeting, Tuesday, 7:30 p. m., Boy Scouts meet, Charles Widder, scoutmas ter. Wednesday, 7:15 p. m., Choir rehearsal. First Methodist Church—James Alexander Scott, minister. 9:15 a. m.—Church school, Guy Hummon, superintendent. Classes for all ages. Special offering in S. S. for Student Loan Fund. 10:30 a. m., Morning worship. Children's Day program, Mrs. Harry Gross, director, and associate teachers of Primary department. 6:30 p. m., Youth Council devotional service. All young people invited. Monday, 6:30 p. m., Wesleyan Circle will hold a picnic supper at home of Mrs. Kreinbihl, R.D. 2. Tuesday, Boy Scouts, Mr. McLaughlan, Scoutmaster. Wednesday, 2:30 p. m., The W. S. C. S. meets at D. A. R. house for a tea. Executive boards meets at 1:30. 7:15 p. m., Wednesday, Choir rehearsal. June 16 to 21, Intermediate camp of Norwalk district for boys and girls where they are given spiritual guidance and service. June 25 to 30, North East Ohio annual con ference at Lakewood Methodist Church. Christian Science, 55 Whittlesey- av.—9:30 a. m., Sunday school 11:00 a. m., Morning service, sub- ect, "God the Only Cause and Creator." Wednesday, meeting at 8 p. m. The reading room will be open Wednesday from 2 until 4 o'clock. First Universalis t Church — Stanley C. Stall, minister. 9:15 a, m., Church school, Miss Ruth Gay superintendent. Classes for all ages. 10:30 a. m., Special Child ren's Day program and worship service. This period combines the usual church school and church services. Service in charge of church school scholars and teach ers. 5:45 ^ m., Young People's de votional meeting, Margaret Boales is leader. All young folks wel come. Wednesday afternoon the ladies of the church will hold their June meeting with Mrs. Howard Kellogg as hostess. Mrs. P. J. Garcia will speak on the topic: "The Great Smokies." All ladies interested in the church are in vited. Salvation Army, 43 Whittlesey av.—Lt. Martin Luther Cox. Sunday services, 11:00 a. m., Holiness meeting; 2:00 p. m., Sunday school; 3:00 p. m., Y. P. L.; 7.00 p. m., Salvation meeting. Tuesday, 7:30 p. m., Young Peoples meet ing. Wednesday, 7:30 p. m., Young Peoples meeting. Thursday, 7:30 p. .m., Praise service for all Christian friends. Church Of The Nazarene, 38 State-st. — Rev. D. J. Zimmerlee director. 2:30 p. m., Worship ser vice; 7:45 p. m., Evangelistic ser vice. Thursday, 7:45 p. m., Week day service. The Gospel Tabernacle of The Christian and Missionary Alliance, 76 Benedict-av.—Carl R. Bennett, pastor. 9:30 a. m., Sunday school A. W. Koser, superintendent 10:30 a. m., Morning worship; 6:30 p. m., Young People's hour; 7:00 p. m., Prayer service; 7:30 p. m Evangelistic service. Wednesday evening. Prayer and Bible study. Thursday evening, Joy Club. Calvary Baptist Church, North Prospect-st.—Price Alderfer Allem, pastor. 9:15 a. m., Bible school, Glenn Hankins, superintendent. 10:30 a. m., Morning worship; 6:30 p. m., Young People's meeting; 7::30 p. m.. Evangelistic service. Monday, 7:30 p. m., Cottage prayer meeting. Wednesday. 30 p. m., Prayer meeting. Thursday, 7:45 p. m., Bible Study. Friday, 2:30 p. m., Woman's Missionary meeting. Church Of Chrlst—W. O. Buzzell, minister. 9:30 a. m., Bible school, Oliver Christ, superintendent. 10::30 a. m., Morning worship; 6:15 p. m., Young People's meeting; 7:30 p. m., Memorial service for former pastor, Bro. H. L. Wiggins, who passed on to his reward on May 22, 1941. BELLEVUE Immaculate Conception, Rev. Joseph Maerder, pastor. Rev. D. D Moore, assistant pastor. Masses 5:30, 7:30, 9 and 11 a. m. —First Methodist, Rev. Lonzo S Green, minister. Worship at 9:45 a. m- Morning: church school 11 am. Evening- church school at 6:30 Evening service at 7:30 67 Graduate At Tiffin U. Friday Night TIFFIN, (Special)— Tiffin Vnl- versity graduated' 87 student* Friday night at the annual commencement. The exercises were held in the Washington-st MethOr dist Church with Grove Patterson, editor of the Toledo Blade, as speaker. Degree of Bachelor, of Science in Commerce was awarded to three graduates, including Mary Jane Vaffis of Fremont. Sixty,-, seven received executive -Becre- tarian diplomas and 47 the ac^ counting and business administration' diplomas. Graduates from this area re—Congregational, Rev. M. M. Qress- ceiving diplomas in the executive- Icy, minister. Darnel Seltzer, su- secretarial department were: perintendent; Scott Abell, assistant. Charles L. Clements, Bellevue;. Sunday school 9:30; worship at Mary Lorraine Whipple, Oak Har- 10:30. bor; Georgia J. Matz, Thompson; —St. Paul's Episcopal, Rev. Jerry Glenn A. Michener, Republic; E Carpenter; pastor. 9:30 a. m-. Doris F. Kieffer and Edward church school; li a. m., Morning Moomaw, Willard, and Lawrence prayer and sermon. H. Behken, Betty E. Dickman, —Church of the Nazarene, Leroy Marjorie A. Hunt ,Ann M. McCoy, Moyer, pastor. Sunday school, 9:30 Ellsworth W. Schafer, and Mary a. m.; Morning- worship, 10:45 a. J. Vaffis, Fremont, m.; young people's meeting 7 P. m. Those receiving the accounting —First Baptist, Rev. T. G. Erler, and business administration. dip- pastor, Unified service at 9:45 a. lomas included: Darl W. Baugher, m. Republic; W a y fle R- Riedel, Ne\V —Holiness Church of Cod, William Washington; William C. Dunbar, Walton, pastor, Sundaj school a p. Robert M. Harmwood, Willard; m.; evening worship, 7:45 p. m. Scott F. Barman, Lawrence C. Fet—Glad Tidings Tabernacle, 211 E. terman, Russell M. Gilliland and Main-st. Bessie L. Jones, pastor Lawrence T. Haley, Fremont, evangelist Sunday school, P;45 a. m. ; Morning worship at 11 a. m.; evening serviee at 7:30. HURON —St. Peter's Catholic, Dr. Matthew Clancy, pastor. Masses at 7:30 and 9:30.. —First Presbyterian, Rev. S. J. R. Ensign, pastor. Church school, 9:45; a. m. Worship service 10:30 a. m, League Announces Plans For Program At Crystal Beach To weld the people of Ohio ... „ „„„ _ , .. closer together as another phase -Lutheran, Rev. William R .Lucht. of thfi defenge rogram of tHe pastor. Divine services. 9:00; Sunday nationi ^ S f a t6e - Emplo yc S S °r^. Pni!„„ n „i .-u n ' League Friday announced its first -Christ Episcopal Church, the Rev. .. Citizenship ^ay" program "for the furtherance of Americanism" will be held July 17 at. Crystal Beach and will include the coun- a. in., Holy I Ray A. Evans, rector. 10 Church school. 11:15 a- m- Communion and sermon. -Huron Gospel Tabernacle Sunday j Ues^'of" Erie!" Huron," Crawford, school. 9:30 a. in. Morning worship, 1 10:30 a. m. Young peoples service, 6:30 p- m- Evening: evangelistic service, 7:30 p- m- Wednesday Afternoon Ladies Prayer Band- Wednesday night Bible study, 7:30 Pm. Friday night cottage prayer meeting in homes Saturday night street meeting 7:30 p. m- Pastor, Margaret Moehr. Evangelical Church, the Rev. W R. Shielcr, pastor. Sunday school, 9:45; morning worship, 10:45; evening Bervice, 7:30; Young People's service, 6:45 p. m. MONKOEVILLB Sr. Josephs Catholic Church, tion staged under the sponsorship Rev a M. Schmitz, pastor. Sun- of the State Employes League, day, low mass at 8 a. m.. high masi The complete program in all 10 a. m. Weekday masses at 8:30 probability will not be ready for a. m. except Saturday at s a. m. announcement until shortly be—Zion Episcopal, Rev. Charles fore the all-day picnic and cele- Henry Gross, rector. Sunday school bration takes place although 1:15; church service, 2:15. plans are under way to provide —Trinity Lutheran, Rev. Edwin amusements, games, contests, Prange, pasior. Sunday school, vaudeville acts and other enter- 9:15; confessional service, 10:15; tainment features, morning worship, 10:30. It is expected that when plans —Congregatlonal Community are complete there will be feat- Church, Rev. Owen T. Williams, ures for each and every member pastor. Church school service, 9:16 0 f the family no matter what be a. m.; Church worship service at his age. The merchants and bus- in*iR«« D ... ..... Lorain, Medina, Wayne, Ashland and Richland. The stamp of approval for the aims of the celebration was given by Governor John W. Bricker today when he consented to deliver the main address. "Each and every one of us must today give greater attention than ever before to our ideals and aims of good citizenship," the Governor commented. The program this year at Crystal Beach will be the second annual "Citizenship Day" celebra- iness men of the counties included in the 'Citizenship Day" program are providing awards, for special events. Special efforts are being made to have all new citizens of these counties attend the event. This in- 10:15 a, m. PORT CLINTON —Pilgrim Holiness. Rev. C. A. Ford, pastor, Sunday school 9:30 a. m- Worship service 10 "30 a. m. Young People's service, 6:45 p. m. Evangelistic service at 7:30 p. in—Immaculate Conception Catholic, eludes all those who have recent Rev. Kan A. Brand, pastor. Sunday \ y reached their majority as well masses 8 and 10 a, m.; weekday as those who have just been nat masses 7:45 a. m. uralized as American citizens, —United Brethren, Rev. G. W. In addition a number of civic, Lilly, pastor. Worship Bervice, 10 service, social, municipal and a. Bu^_Sunday_„_ school u—a,—m.; benevolent""*- organizations an Junior Christian Endeavor, s p. promising Their cooperation in m.* Senior Christian Endeavor, making this the largest event in 7:30 p. m. this section this year and many St. Thomas Episcopal, Rev. Wil- of them will present unusual fea lla'u S. Noce, rector. Holy Com- tures. munion, 8 a. m.; Sunday school 10 There also will be numerous a. m.; mcrning prayer and sermon hands from the many clubs, 10:45 a. m. —St. Jolm's Lutheran, Rev. W. A Siefkes pastor. Sunday school 9 a. m.; divine worship, 10:30 a. m. Trinity Methodist, Rev. John G Koontz. pastor. Church school 9:30 a. m. H A. Cowgill, superintend ent, mcrning worship 10:30 a. m lodges and groups of that nature < and a band contest is expected to become one of the really outstanding events on the calendar for "Citizenship Day". Contests considered and discussed to date include almost everything from a baby afld Pea<« Lutheran, Rev J! William beauty contest to the oldest rest Althaus, pastor. Sunday school 9 a. ; m.; worship service 10:15 a. m. —Methodist Churrh, Rev. B. H. Ryaa, pastor. Worship, 9:30 a. m. Church school. 10:30 a, m. Happenings In Ohio dent of the district and those having the largest families at the all- day picnic. Added attractions in the line of v nationalistic dances in native costumes are expected to enliven the gathering along with the practical demonstrations by the members of the State Highway Patrol of methods of life saving, jiu-jitsu and first aid. There also will be special events by patriotic organizations all of which are entering SPRINGFIELD (#) — For the whole-heartedly into the plans fourth consecutive year. Dr. A. E. for the picnic celebration. Bell of Toledo heads Wittenberg College's board of directors. Oth- OBSERVE ANNIVERSARY er officers reelected yesterday in- NORWALK (Special)—Mr. and eluded the Rev. Dr. E. E. Snyder Mrs. Stephen D. Luxon of North of Van Wert, secretary. Fairfield, will celebrate their . golden wedding anniversary "on LANCASTER (JP) — Boys in- Sunday, June 22 at their resi- dustrial school officers searched dence. Open house will be.ob- today for six youths who fled the served for friends from 1 p.;; m. institution in Thursday-Friday es- until 4. Mr. and Mrs. Luxon have capes. The fugitives were: Wil- lived in Fitchville, Hartland, liam Marshall, 16, of Toledo; Alma Beaver, Okla., and North Fairfield. S. Reeves, 16, of Warren; Charles Mrs. Luxon was Jennie Sprague Ward, 16, of Xenia; Mike Poslet, of Hartland Center, before her 16, Joseph Drago, 15, and* Fran- marriage. Two children, Mrs. cis Crowe, 16, all of Cleveland. William F. Stevens of Rising Sun. O., and Harold W. Luxon of LOGAN (/P) — By a vote of Youngstown, O., will aid in the 224 to 100. employes of the H. C celebration. Godman Co.'s two plants here de- —— signated the United Shoe Work- Visual Education Furthered : ers (CIO) as their bargaining MT. PLEASANT, Mich. (UP)— agent in a national labor rela- Central State Teachers'. College tions board election. follows the lead of newspapers ;in putting high value on "learning Bowler, 94, Goingr Strong: by seeing." Weekly, the college LAWRENCE, Mass. (UP) — sends to rural areas in central Though Tristram W. Coburn is 94 Michigan lantern slides and 80 years old, he still is an active reels of film to further visual edu> bowler in the Masonic bowling cation. league and often plays a game of — indoor baseball. WANT ADS BRING RESULTS;

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