The Sandusky Register from Sandusky, Ohio on January 25, 1966 · Page 3
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The Sandusky Register from Sandusky, Ohio · Page 3

Sandusky, Ohio
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Tuesday, January 25, 1966
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SANDUSKY REGISTER TOEflif JAN. 28 c jflM Congregation Nicknames Pastors, 'The Girls' By LELA SCHWAB Register Slaff Writer •'They call us the girls," •ehoed Rev. Ollie McCubbin and Rev. Helen Tong, ministers of the Peoples Church, 2126 Pipe St. "WE HAD two suitcases and the car when we first came to Sandusky," related Rev. Tong. "We rented an apartment and furnished it with orange crates until we gradually received donations from various people and graduated from orange crates to modern furniture." "We weren't known In the city at all," she continued, "but didn't find it hard move Into Sandusky because the people were very friendly." THE GIRLS have been ministering in the area for 9& years. Previously they had been traveling for 15 years doing evangelistic work. They met at a meeting in Detroit, Mich. "Ollle was given a car for transportation but she couldn't drive," said Rev. Tong, "So I had to drive her around wherever she wanted to go and I've been driving her ever since!" she joked. REV. MC CUBBIN completed her three years of school* ing in Springfield, Mo. "When you get out of school and are ordained," she said, "you are ordained with the State, whether you've attended school for two years or eight." "I first began to do personal work and then worked with children," she continued. "I was a Sunday School teacher and just gradually worked myself into the ministery, which seemed natural for me." "I THINK it's a desire you are really bom with." said Rev. Tong. "I always had the deslfi to become a mission* ary." Rev. Tong went to a Bible school in Tbronto, Canada, and she also attended for three years. THE GIRLS explained that women ministers were in the minority up until about three to five years ago, but that there are many more now. "We get some shocking reactions from people when we tell them we are ministers, but not as many as one might think," they said., "Most people don't realize it. We attend the Christian Women's Club meetings and out of 200 women, mabe ten know we are preachers." REV. MC CUBBIN and Rev. Tong conducted their services at the Perkins Grange Hall for three years before the new chapel and parsonage, both of which were designed by them, were built. Mrs. Koch Will Head Auxiliary Hi REV. OLLIE McCUBBIN Mrs. Hugo Koch was elected president of the Good Samaritan Hospital Auxiliary at a recent meeting. Serving in office with her will be Mrs. Louis Schultz, first vice president; Mrs. Theodore Stellhorn, second vice president; Mrs. Homer Fout, third vice president; Mrs. John Rentsch, Ireasurer; and, Mrs. Richard Timple, secretary. Members of the nominating committee who presented the slate of officers were Mrs. Gus Fehr, Mrs. Henry Coors, and Mrs. Witon Robertson. Mrs. Koch appointed Mrs. George Wassner and Mrs. Harold Loffer to serve on the auditing committee. During the business session it was announced that gifts and cash donations for the Hospital Gift Shop were re- ceivedJrom the women of the First Reformed Church, Sing- ara Caldron Daughters of Mokanna, the Sunshine society, and the Good Samaritan Nurses Alumni Association. Also, the auxiliary donated $1,200 to the Good Samaritan Hospital board of trustees for the building drive. REV. HELEN TONG Beef 'n Blue Cheese Lend Zest To Winter Meal Looking for a way to make lomething extraordinary out of an ordinary wintertime meal? The zesty taste of blue RATHKE'S TAILORING TRY OUR COMPLETE SERVICE CLEANING PRESSING ALTERING REPAIRING DYEING WEAVING 215 E. Market St. Phone 625-6808 cheese with hearty lean beef will surely fill your need. Pressed for time? A simple steak and blue cheese combination with a "wow" flavor can be made by mixing equal parts of butter and blue cheese and spreading it on top of piping hot steak. If the budget doesn't include steak, substitute ground beef and this recipe: ROLLED STUFFED MEATLOAF 2 pounds ground beef 2 cups soft bread cubes % cup milk Vi cup minced onion 1 teaspoon nutmeg 1 teaspoon salt Mi teaspoon pepper 1 egg Soak bread cubes in milk. Combine all ingredients and mix throughly. Pat meat into an 8 by 14 rectangle on double sheet of foil FILLING. . . % cup minced celery Vz cup mushroom pieces Vz cup minced onion >A cup butter 1 cup sofit bread cubes. % cup chopped parsley y% cup crumbled blue cheese (about 3 ounces) Saute celery, mushrooms, onion in butter. Add rest of ingredients and mix Well. Spread over meat mixture. Roll up in foil, securing well. Freeze. Bake at 450 degrees for one hour and 15 minutes. Open foil for last 15 minutes to brown. If not frozen, bake at 450 degrees for 45 minutes. Open foil last 15 minutes. HERE'S ANOTHER way to serve "beef and blue": BLUE CHEESE 2 pounds ground lean beef % cup dry red wine 2 teaspoons salt Vi teaspoon pepper 1 teaspoon grated onion % cup crumbled blue cheese (about 3 ounces) 1 clove garlic V\ cup butter 2 teaspoons minced parsley Mix meat, % cup wine, sea­ sonings, and onion. Store in covered container in refrigerator for several hours. Form into 12 patties. Crumble blue cheese on 6 patties. Top with remaining patties and press edges together. Rub skillet with garlic. Add butter and heat pan. Cook burgers to desired degree of doneness and place on heated platter. Stir remaining wine and parsley into juices. Heat through and serve over meat. s lhe l/lfoMMostkoomsndBdDfycUfig' f-^" Your fashionable Knits deserve our expert Sanitone Drycleaning Sanitone Ca^MasttrViyclcaatr Knitwear by Dal ton Fast Service- No Extra Charge Open Weekdays Till 9— Saturday Till 6 Legion Appoints Sale Chairman Their services are held ev« ery Sunday and Wednesday night and their nondenomina* tional congregation nurrlbera approximately 150. "OUR CHAPEL was built to seat 80," said Rev. Tong, "so we would like to start making plans to build onto it. We will always keep the present chapel for small weddings and youth meetings." The two women ministers make calls on their parlshon- ers together most of the time. "We sometimes make five, calls a day," they said, "de-. pending on how long we stay at each place. But we .always try to callon each family;.at, least once a year." , i "WE NEVER canvassed,"« they continued. "We advertised in the paper but' never knocked ott doors to make 'the peopel come to church. We' just prayed that they woulde and they did." And the girls give all the. credit from their accomplishments, all the glory to God. Miss Baker Plans June Marriage v Mr. and Mrs. Richard Baker, Republic, have announced the engagement of their daughter, Gayetta Ann, to Charles R. Hutchinson, son of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Thompson, Medway, Ohio. A graduate of Ohio State University, Miss Baker is an elementary grade teacher in the Columbus School system. Hutchinson is a senior in the College of Pharmacy at Ohio State. The couple plans to be married in June. To Seal Bags Pipe cleaners are a boon for fastening freezer bags. They are easier to undo than rubber bands and they won't deteriorate. BLUE CHEESE MEAT LOAF Suicide Clues Noted Mrs. William Koehler will Serve as chairman of the Commodore Denig Unit No. 83, American Legion Auxiliary's rummage sale which will be held Thursday in the Post clubrooms from 9 a.m. until 5 p.m. At their recent meeting, House Baskets For an "All Western" motif In any ranch house, try a collection of Epiphylliums, or orchid cactus in hanging planters, consisting of clay pots with matching saucers suspended from chains. These flat - stemmed cacti, with showy orchid - like flowers, like sufficient water, and por- us, well - drained soil, which makes clay pots the preferred container. ITiey are also fine plants for table and shelf decorations in warm, semi- shaded locations. Mrs. Woodrow Bauer, activities chairman, announced that the annual birthday dinner will be served Thursday, March 10. Pads for the Ohio Soldiers and Sailors Hospital were made by the members. Mrs. Joseph Timple and Mrs. Allan Timple were refreshment committee chairmen for the social hour. "The Home of .Quality Valentines" Art & Gift Shoppe Downtown Sandusky R.S.V.P. Shoppe Sandusky Plaia (So Preity) ••. ,,j The very newest $iyle line. from BEAUTY SALON 118 East Adams Street • Phone: 626-4874 KANSAS CITY, Mo. (UPI) — A suicidal patient often "cries for help" to his doctor by complaining of physical symptoms with no basis in reality, a Georgetown University professor of psychiatry says. REPORTING in GP, journal of the American Academy of General Practice, Dr. Eugene R. In wood said: "When a patient complains of physical symptoms with no basis in reality, it is important to look for the emo- tonal problem that is responsible. "SINCE 60 per cent of aM persons who commit suicide are seen by physicians a short time before their deaths it is essential that the general practitioner be aware of suicidal clues." The doctor may not be aware of a patient's depression and suicidal thinking without a careful interview, however, "IDEAS OF worthlessness and hopelessness will be brought out in an interview and the patient can be reassured, or treated with drugs, hospitalization or electroshock treatment," Dr. Inwood said. The psychiatrist said the family doctor's alertness to suicidal clues may help prevent the triggering influence that causes self-destruction, one of tibe 10 leading causes of death, See For Custom Upholstering and Furniture Repairing 417 N. Depot Mr., Mrs. Schimmer Are Wed 25 Years Mr. and Mrs. Charles J. ScMmmer will celebrate their Silver wedding anniversary Sunday. A reception will be given by the couplels children from 2 until 5 p.m. In the Knights of St. John's Hall. Charles J. Schimmer and the former Miss Ruth M. House were married Feb. 1, 1941, in St. Joseph's Catholic Church, Fremont. They have two sons, James and Richard, one daughter, Mrs. Barbara Create, and one granddaughter. D Of I Slates Party The Trinity Circle, Daughters of Isabella, No. 385, will • be celebrating • birthday party in honor of all charter members Feb. I. Tbe event will b# held in the Knights of Columbus Hall beginning at 8 p.m. Mrs. Milton Fox and Mrs. Milton Harkelroad are serving as co-chairmen for tn» affair. A program emtWed "How to Decorate W"«h Light" will e presented by Mim Gerry Ttaodmwrtoii, Ohio Mson Co. '"Ilium;/""' ""'III, IN THE DARK ABOUT AUTO FINANCING? Time tp talk to the folks at THE CITIZENS BANKING COM. PANY. We can arrange an Auto Loan for you that will be ju»t right for your needs and budget. FAST, FRIENDLY LOAN SERVICE 1 r7 CITIZENf BANKING COMPANY MAIM OFFICE 160 i. MARKET 6T. PERKINS OFFICE ratttMRKINS .eY Ale -tn.lMi.-c /-. L) i .e. Cli-anoth Laundry iJuw/'to./ii Sandusky

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