The Sandusky Register from Sandusky, Ohio on December 22, 1934 · Page 2
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Community Christmas Entertainment To Be Given At Monroeville Sunday MONROEVILLE, t>ec. 81—(Spe­ cial)—Yuletlcto services and entertainments are attracting Monroeville rwtdenta tb«se days. A Community Christmas program will be presented in city auflitorlum Sunday evening, December 23. at 7:34. The Pageant, "The Light 'of the World," will be presented as part of the program. It was written by Mrs. John Farr, local resident. The-various churches of the community are cooperating on this program. The following persons are In charge of arrangements for the pageant: Mrs. JohD Farr. Elnle Rem Is, Mrs. Frank McNeal, Miss Jane Powley. Mrs. Thomas Johnston, and Mrs. Lee Smith. , Music Is under the direction ol Mrs. Clara Schlid and Miss Ruth Heter. Mrs. Donald Van Horn will be the pianist There are sixty- seven characters In the performance. The music will be furnished by the choirs of the St. Joseph's, Kpiscopol, Baptist, and Congregational Community Churches and the Men's Blee Club. The following are members of the cast: Margaret Linder, Raymond Evans. Wayne Holloway, W. J. Alexander, Homer Palmer. Vance SUmson, Winifred Andrews. Eileen Dawson. Jane Ensign, Evelyn Burrer, William Scheid, L, J. Pancoast, Charles Fries, Ortrude Linder, Bruce E. Hart Elmer W. Armstrong, John Baxter, Robert Pancoast Homer Schild, Muriel Lehnert, Irma Lieber, Frances Kray, Evelyn. Seely, "Walter. T. Jones K Albert F. SCOUR:, Hallie McCord Ruth Hess, Harlin L. Walter, Russell Heyman, James Pancoast Dennis Stewart, Madeline Heyman,. Mary Durand, Nathalia McNeal, Faye Johnson, Durard Miller. Helen Gumbert Harlin Stifflson, Bialph McCbrd, William Cook, William Hart. Maurice Heyman, Marion Bemis, Lester Leber. Willis Bherly, FredericJc Seaman, Leonard Deiamater. Frvin McNeal, Betty Martin Richard Evans Earle. Sarv geant Mrs. Harlin L. Walter, George JL Harding, Eloise Clary, Kenneth Heymanv Frederick Clary, Richard Pancoast Julia McCord Seaman, George Drake, Arthur Schug, Wil- Ham JtcCDrd, and, Grace Virginia Curtisi, ' Stage- managers:. Dewey Beck antf Harry. Goodwin. Lutheran Church " The . Trinity Lutheran Sunday school classes, will present their annual Christmas entertainment Sunday evening, Dec; S3 at 7:30. Those taking part in the service are the following: Recitations—"Beneath the Softly Shining Stars," Louise OTtonnell; "The. Little Town.** John Otto; "The Continuing Christ,"" John Gather- wood; "A Christmas Wish,"' EWen Seheid; 'The Song of the Angels,"* Blanche Haynes; "Christmas Glory,** Leola Nehman; "Bod's Gifts." Vernon Enders; Christmas Within,*' Ray Beck; "Jesus Is Born to Me," Mary Louise Houk; "O Bells of Christmas." Melvin Boeiler; "The Christmas. Spirit." Earl Dean Sherman: "Good Night Wish." Glen O'Donnett;, "Christmas," Miary Louise Perry. Evelyn Catherine Perry. "While the Christmas Bells Ring." K»nneth Boehler. Oiux Schneider, Clayton Beck; ''Shining In the Heart,.'' Mrs. Ender's class; "On to Bethlehem." Mrs. Fred Schneider's c'ass; "To Hear the Angels Sing," chotr; pageant. "On to Bethlehem," fourteen members of the. Sunday school. Garden Club ..The Monroeville Profit and Pleasure Garden Ctub held its annual Christmas party at the home of Mrs. Thomas Johnston on Friday afternoon. This program was given-: Roll call, "Christmas Suggestions;" paper, "Christmas Thoughts," Mrs. Floyd Richards; paper, "Christmas "Legends," Mrs. Leslie J. Pancoast. Congregational Church A children's program, The Christmas Story in Scripture and Song" was given by the primary and Junior departments of the Congregational Community Sunday school last evening in the Church. Part I: , Recitations by Betty Jones. Dick. Walter, and, Haael Doughty; soliloquy by Marjorle Horn; Recitations by Junior Scharfehberff and Helen Jones; dialogue, "The Message of the Belts;" recitation, Bob Schug; vocal solb, Ruth Schild; recitations, Irvin Doughty, Donna Stewart, Warren Jump, and Thomas Dougty. Part II: Congregational hymn, "Oh Come All Ye Faithful;" vocal solo, All My Heart This Day;" carol, "Away in a Manger," primary children? pantomlne, "Shepherd Scene;" carol, "Hark the Herald Angels Sing," intermediate ^ girls; pantomlne, "The Shepherds at the Manger;" carol, "While Shepherds Watch Their Flocks at Night"; pantomlne, "The Adoration of the Magi;" carol, ''Joy to the World;" white-'gift offering; carol, "Silent Night; choir and congregation, "Nlgrht Rejoices," Mrs Clarence Schild; pantonine, "Journey to Bethlehem;" carol, "Oh, Little Town of Bethlehem;" pantomlne, "The Nativity Scene." St. Joseph's School St Joseph's School presented a Christmas program last evening in the Auditorium under the direction of Sisters Mary Roberta, Sylvia, and FiWan and Miss Welfle, over 200 watched the performance. The program: Santa Claus song, grades 3 and 4; "Oh Christmas Tree," of grades 1 and 2; poem, boys of grades 1 and. 2; "Little CHEER-UP WITH *Tf TOM JERRY 1 AT THE [OWEST PRICC- * IN TOWN a(pit7 of— Setuatkmall )alueA GRILLS 1 Columbus and Water BERLIN HEIGHTS SUNDAY SCHOOL PLANSIXERCISE Program Will Be Presented In Methodist Church Sunday Evening At 7:30. BERLIN HEIGHTS, Dec 21 — (Speclal>—The following Christmas program will be presented Sunday evening at 7:30 by the Methodist Sunday school: Prelude. Doris Greenoe; opening song, "Oh Come All Ye Faithful"; recitation, Bona Jean Swartz; song. Live Wire class, pantomimed by Barbara Frye; recitation, "The Baby's Stocking." Alfred Art; solo, "Santa Claus is Coming to Town," jean Mcintosh; recitations, Dean Kelble, William Meyers; song; recitation, Lewis Easterwood; songs, primary class- Recitations, Robert Mundy, Doris Munger; song; recitations, Elaine Ducat Elsie Meyers: duet: reclta- tions, Leona Pfaff, Robert Hodges; song, Bert Allgood; reading, Billy Daniels; piano solo, Arlene Holzhauser; reading, Billy Lowry; song; rofitation, Wilma Art; Christmas ntory. Helen Hebblethwaite; recitation. Arthur Donst; song; closing song. Briefs Mr. and Mrs. Karl Humm entertained the Young People's Literary society with a Christmas party this evening. The Pythian Sisters have elected officers as follows: P. C, Caroline Hlldebrandt; M. E. C.. Elsie Opfer; E. S-. Elizabeth Nlckols; E. J., Kath a rine Risber; manager, Cora Taylor; M. of R. and C, Florence Hahn; M. of F., Clara Hlldebrandt; protector, Grace Cobb: guard. Belle Cobb; Grand Rep.. Grace Cobb; al. temate, Lucille Hahn. New officers of the Knights of Pythias are: C, C, William Green; V. c, Charles Mallne; prelate, Karl Dlehr; M. at O.. Walter Hahn; K. of R. and S., Myron Owens; M. of F., F. F. Hlnman; M. of Ex., Ray Hurd; O. G-, Edwm Cobb; M. of W., Herbert Hahn. The Rev. and Mrs. R. W. steiner and family will spend Sunday in Mt. Cory, where his parents will celebrate their golden wedding anniversary. The Rev. M. J. Norton will occupy the local Conogrega- tlonal church pulpit Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. A. Barr and Mrs. Eugenia Lowry of Connellsvllle, Pa., will be holiday guests of Mr. and Mrs. F. E. Cormer hi Lima. Miss Elaine Meyers is home from Toledo where She spent two weeks. John Collotto is homa from the school for the bltnd at Columbus for the holidays. Miss Bessie Green spent Wednesday In Cleveland. ' Mrs. Fannie Page who had been visiting here, was injured in a fall and has been taken to the home of her daughter in Akron. Harvey Huttenlocker will come home from Oxford this week to spend the holidays with Mr. and Mrs. John Huttenlocker. j Local schools closed today for a two week vacation. Several classes presented special programs. Opening Eddie's Sat. Nite, 204 W. Water. 15c, Marsh Squirrel and Mashed Potatoes. Beer, Wine and Cider. Teachers For Adult Schools Are Appointed OAK HARBOR. Dec. !1—(Special) —George F. Aschbacher and Mrs. Luther My lander, have been secured to act as teachers for the FERA AdultB schools, which are being sponsored by the Ottawa-co Farm Bureau, under the direction of the county superintendent of schoola, relief directors and farm bureau officials. Class schedules are being arranged this week to be erleased to the public. Those still desiring to place their reservations to take part in this school wprk, may do so, There are no charges to enroll. Housemaids," grades 8 and 4; ''song of the Elves," grades B.and 6; "Mrs. Sahta' Claus and Little Santa," grades 6 and 6; "Christmas Carols," grades 7 and 8; "Little Rebel.* grades 5 and «; tableaux, group; vocal duct Rita Eberlln, Mildred Wangler, musical selections, Robert Tyler. Pontlao School Tho Pontlao school presented a Christmas program this evening The children's program consisted of recitations, songs and a play. '•Who Qave . the .Christmas Party?" The mothers and women patrons of the schood cooperated by .presenting the play, "The Last Christmas." Russell Schild was master of ceremonies. Plan Dance An Alumni-High school dance will be held on Saturday, Dec. 22, In. the Monroeville hIGH school gym. , Briefs Tho Monroeville Original Club held their annual Christmas party this afternoon with Mrs. M. L. Hindley, Maln-st, as hostess. The following program was presented; Roll call, Menation a Hymn Writer; English hymns, Mrs. Edward Hart; carol slnglngv The Missionary Society of the Monroeville Congregational Community Church met recently with Mrs. Reginald Seaman. The following officers were elected: President, Mrs. Reginald Seairlan; vice president, Mrs. Lee Smith; secretary, Mrs. Albert Schug, and treasurer, Mrs. A. W. Curtis. At a recent meeting of the Philn- thea class of Congregational Church, the following officers were elected: President, Mrs. Thomas Johnston; vice president Mrs. Rollo Ream; secretary, Mrs. J. Carl arden; and treasurer, Mrs. Luke E. Kray. The St. Peter's Lutheran Ladies' Missionary Society elected the following officers for the new year at their last meeting: President Mrs. Gey Linder; vice president. Miss Amelia Scheid; secretary, Mrs. John Scheid; treasurer, Mrs. C. A. Scheid; birthday chairman, Mrs. Karl Scheid; Thankoffering, chairman, Mrs, Fred Herner; and cheer committee, Mrs. Henry Scheid and Miss Anna Scheid. Mrs. F. A. Mooday has been visiting Mr. and Mrs, Carl Heckler of Port Clinton. The Monroeville Five undred club met recently with Miss Genevieve Greenfelder. First award was won by Miss Mildred Obert, second by Mrs. Wilbur Schlbley, while Albert Wal{ers was consoled. There were three tables in play. Mrs. Wilbur Schlbley was a guest of the club. After the games a clever Christmas luncheon was served. Mrs. Clarence Miller and MrB. John Burrer attended a meeting of the Norwalk American Legion Auxiliary Wednesday. St Peter's Luther League elected the following officers for 1935 at the last meeting: President, Wlllard Scheid; vice president, Bertha Mortsfield; secretary, Grace Scheid; treasurer, Gay Herner; committee on arrangements, Marjory Scheid, Alice Schild, Donald Scheid, and Arthur Grlne; Editor St. Peter's Herald, Miss Gertrude Schwan; Organist, Marjory Scheid; circulation committee for St. Peter's Herald, Arthur Herner and Ortrude Linder. Miss Mary Zipfel is confined to her home 'with scarlet fever. The home is quarantined. Trinity and St. Peters' Luther Leagues are planning a Christmas party for Thursday. Dec. 27 in the American Legion Hall. About 75 guests are expected. Contests and progressive games will begin the evening with 'prizes awarded for high and low' scores. A program will follow. A three-course banquet will be served -at tables centered by live Christmas trees and lighted with red tapers. George Scheid and Clayton Boehler will act as toastmasters. 83 Year-Old Twins Celebrate These twin sisters celebrated their eighty-third birthdays together Dec. 18. Years may have changed them, but they've grown old in the same ways. Mrs. Elizabeth Howell, (left) and Mrs. Martha Scott Loucks were born at McKesport, near Pittsburgh. (ff>) Betty Bo ops Boop Likes And Looks Like Her Role Marsh Squirrel & Potatoes 15c Sat. nite at Chittenden's Restaurant, 501 Market • * Madonna Auxiliary Names New Officers KELLEYS ISLAND, Dec 21— (Special)—The members of Madonna Auxiliary, No. 211 held their regular meeting Tuesday night in Marquette Hall. They elected their officers for the coming' year, as follows: President Elizabeth Myers; past president, Marjone Feyedelem; first vice president Mrs. Matt Ken. nedy; second vice president, Mrs. Thomas May; recording- secretary, Mrs. Mose Murphy; financial secretary, Mrs. Sam Myers; treasurer, Mrs. Carl Brennan; messenger, Mrs. H. Biokley; sentinel, Mrs. Sam Bauman; guard, Mrs. F. Voltz; trustees, Mrs. J, Poharence, Mrs. A. Rudolph, Mrs. G. Yoscovitz. Rye Beach Gardens Sat, Dec. 22 — Sun., Dec. 23 SPECIAL XMAS ATTRACTIONS Marshall Field And His Chicagoans With All Star Floor Show—Featuring La Marr Sisters and Sally Joy The "Happiness Girl" A Holiday Special—At Bargain Price—30c (Tax f aid) Look Who's Coming AMERICA'S YOUNGEST BAND SENSATION Vic Decker And His Orchestra A Big Musical Treat — Xmas Night Only WANT ADS BUING RESULTS By RAY BLOSSER Little Ann Little, she of the fbur- foot ten-Inch stature who devotes her working hours to the exploitation and popularization of tho "boop-boop-a-doop", ' tripped into Sandusky last night with her show- mates and decided ' she'd stick around today and tomorrow to do her bit on the stage of the State Theater—an explanation of the art which has popularized her voico throughout the nation as the boop behind the Betty Boop in the talking cartoons. Littles Ann, the proven originator of that form of entertainment by a court decision handed down last spring, explains in high soj>rano tones how she started her life work of booping with a "ba-da-in-de-do" and developed it from that into a "bo-do-de-o-do." That is now an obsolete form with Little Ann, who weighs all of 95 pounds, as she followed that by perfecting the modern and scientific movie boop which resulted in the court controversy be- 'tween her and Helen Kane and her eventual victory. Makes Several at Once Right now, she said last night at the Sloane Hotel, she's out on the road between making Betty Boop films. She does four or five at one time in the Max Fleischer studios in New York, and then dashes out to- towns hither and yon to pick up some spare change until It's time to make some more. Ann's done some radio work, too, appearing in a series on WEEl at Boston, "WEAF. New York, and some broadcasting outlets of lesser Import. "I like to be "Betty Boop," she informed in her high C soprano tones which vary enough to carry that distinctive booping quaMty. "It seems perfectly natural to me." Her hair Is decidedly black, and indeed she appears much like the screen charactej. If you ask her, although she would obviously prefer to talk about the lighter and less arduous things of life, she'll explain how much work is required to produce just one Betty Boop seven-minute film. "There are from 10,000 to 16,000 drawings for every one of these," she explains. ''Even one little step that Betty takes, requiring just a half-second on the screen, needs a dozen drawings." Likes to Travel She likes to travel. Indeed, If she didn't, her present lot would be a rather unfortunate one, for she came here from Anderson, Ind., and her next stop' is Wheeling, W. Va. "I hope to make it home for the Christmas holidays," she informs, "but I'm not sure of that." Right now, she has under consideration a radio series for a former sponsor, a noted furrier who operates stores in Cleveland and other principal series, which would go over a NBC network. Ann, who is 24, explains proudly, "I've been in the show business all my life." She made her first stage appearance as a baby in the Greenwich Village Follies. Then she and her married sister, Julia Van Surdam—Ann's not married—were in a sister act called the "Jully Juniors." That was 'way back in 1926, says Annie, and it was Bhortly afterwards that signalized the start of the famous "ba-da-in-de-do" and its lineage, the boop. May Go Back Soon "Most of the time the drawings for my Betty Boop pictures are mado first. I see the film, rehearse it, and then the sound Is synchronized with tho picture. Once in a while, though, they record my voice first and then dray the cartoons, which of course makes It easier for me." Little Ann expects to be called back to New York at any moment to make another Betty Boop series. Max Fleischer does the calling, she informs, "Uncle Max I call him." • During 20 minutes of conversation, Miss Little didn't hit one contralto note. She says It's her natural tone. HURON - GO COURT NOTES NORWALK, Dec. 21— (Special)— The county commissioners yesterday awarded the recently authorized Issue of $8,200 county relief bonds to the Citizens National Bank of Norwalk. This firm bid 3tt percent inteerst and a premium of *56, which is considered a very favorable offer. Other firms that bid were; Wakeman Banking' Co., Farmers and Clitzens Banking Co. of Monroeville, Beilevuo Union Savings Bank and Seasoftgood and Mayer of Cincinnati. Ask Fund Transfer Roman Meyer, Alvln Fritz and Louis Mayer, trustees of Rldgefield- tp. have petitioned common pleas court through Prosecutor E. L. Wolfe for authority to transfer $800 from the general fund to the bridge fund. Judgment Is Asked H. N. Eggleston asks a judgment of $274.18 In a case filed In common pleas court against M. T. Foote et al. The amount Is asked to satisfy a court judgment, the petition states Norwood-av property la involved. W. R. Pruner represents the plaintiff. Sells Farm Property At public sale yesterday by Sheriff David A. Berry, J. C. Miller bought 81 acres of land without buildings in Sherman-tp for $1,665. The appraised price waa $1,200. Title of the case was the Virginia Joint Stock Land Bank of Charleston vs Mllford R. Heyman et al. Accepts Position J. R. Berry, whose term of county clerk expires on Jan. 7, has accepted the position of bulk agent of the Sinclair Oil Co. He has been assigned Huron-co. Sometime ago, Mr. Berry became a member of the Flrelands Insurance Co. here. He has withdrawn from that fire and Miss Mae Mack, a partner, will continue to conduct the company. Undergoes Operation Attorney E. G. Martin, common pleas judge-elect who underwent an operation for the relief of a throat effection, is reported Improving favorably.. Faces Liquor Charges Mrs. Catherine Lupic of Bellevue, who pleaded guilty recently to an indictment charging her with violating the state liquor law at Bellevue went to trial before a jury this [ftiiiminiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiimiiininiiiniiiifg •JT 1 "^WARNER DROS^aa^ OHIO STARTS TUESDAY r 0 rOHIO^ LAST ife«f ATTRACTIONS! DAY! DllBM*l?y Carole Lombard Chester Morris —in— •The Gay Bride" Sunday and Monday Only THE BOOK THAT TORE THE DOORS OFF EVERY HOUSE ON MAIN STREET! Our Xmas Gift To You! MAYOR VETOES LIGHT SURVEY AT JELLEVUE Plans For Municipal Power Plant Shelved For Present —Claim Cost Excessive. BELLEVUE, Dec. 2 V—< Special}— At the special meeting of the city council the following letter of Mayor H. M. Donaldson was formally read to the assembly by Council President C. O. Wise: "In the matter of an ordinance No. 430 entitled: 'an ordinance au- thbrlzlng and providing for the employment of R. Husselman, consulting engineer, to make a survey for and report on the electric situation Including the construction and operation of a municipal electric light and power plant, fixing his compensation and appropriating funds for the payment thereof,' "After carefully, reading and rereading the provisions of the said ordinance I cannot escape concluding that Its real purpose is to I oster the construction and operation of a municipal light and power plant. "Furthermore, I am not convinced beyond doubt that the city's interests are fully protected. Some provisions seem to need clarifying, particularly ttooso referring to the ultimate cost to the city. The need of adequate water facilities for the city Is so urgent and of such Immediate importance both from an economic standpoint as wall as from the standpoint of the comfort and convenience of our peple that the entire resurces of the olty available for any purpose other than the necessary operating expenses should be conserved until such time as the engineer now at work on a complete survey of the water situation has finished his task and has made his recommendation to the city council and we may know the approximate financial requirements necessary to safeguard the city against a recurrence of the present water situation and the water problem completely solvd. May I say further that petitions recently circulated among our peo. pie both in favor and against this proposition In' my Judgment show a distinct and definite majority In opposition to any such action at this time. For reasons above stated I do not feel that I can approve the ordlnanc* and do hereby veto the same. The present Lake Erie Light and Power Co. franchise here will not expire for ten months. Service here has been uniformly satisfactory, but rates have been high. More r.cceptable charges are contained In a new schedule prepared by the utility, which may be accepted by council when the franchise runs out morning in Judge Carpenter's court. hSe is represented by Parkhurst 4 Buckingham of Bellevue. Prosecutor E. L\ Wolff, represents the state. The defendant has been at liberty under $600 bond. Marriage License Oarrett Poole, 25. and Emily Brown, 21, both of New London. Rev. G. L. Kettenrlng named to of- fllate. Extend Payment Time On Thursday the county commissioners extended the time of paying December taxes from Dec. 20 to Jan. 20, in accordance with custom. Certificates Catherine M. Knudsen deceased to Carsten KnuSsen et al. Laura G. Stewart deceased to Lois.Blanden et al. William Longsheid, deceased to Vereba Longsheid et' al- Charles D. Squires deceased to Mary C. Squires et al. Deeds Catherine and Earl Stiles to J. P. Washburn, 52-100 acres in Fitchville, $5. Ohio Electric Power to the city of Norwalk, $20,000, Norwalk. Corwin A. and Mary DeWltt to Hattle L. Sanders, Rldgefield, $1. Probate Court Arthur' John McFarlin exefihtor va Maude Bixby et al. Petition to sell real estate to pay debts filed, Albert G- Selley admr. vs Ruby Two Christmas Services Will Be Offered Sunday By N. London Methodists NEW LONDON, Dec 81—<Spe. clalH-Two Christmas services of unusual Interest will be presented in the First M. E. Church Sunday Dec. 28. ' The first combining both church and Sunday school services,' will begin with the 9:46 a, m. services, the Junior and Senior choirs singing the antlphottal anthem, "Hark What Mean Those Holy 'Voices". The balance of this program is aa follows: Hymn; scripture lesson; prayer; recitation. "Telling About Christmas," Marian Brown; song, Norma Bailey; recitation, "Sealing Santa," Glen Richards; song, Virginia White; recitation, "Sanuv Claus Is Coming," Harold KirkPatrick; recitation, "Envy." Robert Bursley; Christmas songs, Dorothy Ford, "Joan Arpasl, Maryllrt Wilcox, Rodney Lash, Mary Stough; recitation. "Writing to Santa Claus," Eugene Davis; song, Rosclle Thud* lum; recitation, "When Christmas Comes," Jack Richards; song, Juv. enlle classes; dialogue, - "Darning the Christmas Stocking," Robert Hubler, Chucky Thomas; offertory; Anthem, the choir; Christmas drama, "One Christmas Eve," Blr- della Griffin, Alice Ward, II. R, Culbertson. S. R. Lawrence, Gerald Fowdon. Under the direction of Chrlstlno Giles Bingham, the se7ilA- choir, assisted by guest artists will present the following Christmas program. The choir and guest artists will appear in white choir vestments. Thompson et al. Order of sale fifled. Jennie Holden estate. Application for release of assets of estate filed. Harry» G- Blaine estate. Motion for release of surety filed, A Frank Bly estate. Schedule of debts filed. Bea Feeley and Mayme Feeley estates. Assets of estate ordered relasd without administration. Horace D, Godfrey gdshp. Report of settlement approved. Emma Arnert estate. Inventory and appraisement filed, Chas. R, Kennedy gdshp. Application for appointment of guardian filed Chas. Keeran eBtate. Inventory and appraisement filed. Horace D, Godfrey estate. Application for authority to settle personal Injury claim filed- Settlement ordered. Walter John Hardt estate. Schedule of debts filed. Organ prelude, "Tho Quest, ot the Magi," Violet Fink Lawronee, Candlelight processloanl and carol singing.. Pastorale for women's voices and anthem, "There Were Shepherds." "Glory to God. 1 ' Male octet, "We Have 8oen Him." Anthem, "Calm On the Listening Ear of Night," with abliffato solo by Virginia White. Duet, "The Little Old Manger," Mrs. Richard McClollan, Mrs. G. A. Barrett. Anthem, "It Came Upon the Midnight Clear," obllgat'o solo, Jtan McMillan. Ladles quartet, "A Chrlstmis Lullaby," Mrs. R. McClcllan, Mrs. Paul White, Mrs. D. B.- Barnes, and, Mrs. G. A. Barrett. Offertory, "Christmas Pastoral," Violet Fink Lawrence. Duet, "In Bethlehem Town," Mrs. I. S. Trlplctt. Mrs. Thoo. Walter, with violin obllgato by Miss Marie Tripplett. Address, the Rev. C. R. Bulr. Anthlphonal anthem, "There Were Shepherds". Benediction. Organ postlude, "March of the Wise Men." Violet Fink Lawrence. Elect Officers Election ot officers, the annual Christmas gift exchange, and a dinner marked the December meeting of the Rainbow Phllnthoi* class Wednesday evening in the M. E. pariah chouse. Over fifty ware present and the dinner was served by a committee^ under tho leadership of Margaret Brown. Briefs Mr. and Mrs. Clarencs Heed, of Town Road West, entertained at a dinner Sunday, honoring their daughter Ferne, who will l^avo here shortly for a holiday, vacation with relatives at Erie, Pa. Guescs in attendance included: Mr. and Mrs Berkely Burt, son and Mr, James Brittaln. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Fettcrman and family, of Mansfield, were recent callers at the G. C. Feterman home, Miss Sadie Burke, of Wakeman, O., New London fourth grade Instructor, Is slowly recuperating from a serve Illness. Mrs.. L. W Teets Is substituting for her In the class room. Mr, and Mrs. O. K. Emsch are the parents of a daughter. ENTERTAIN CHILDREN OAK HARBOR, Dec. 21 — The annual Knights of Pythias. Christmas party was held this evening. The committee entertained the members and their families and the poor children of the community. Warner; Bros'.'^lSag'| iuficent notarization! of the Stage Triumph I That Made America I 7 o n n g A ga tn! | ALL SEATS Plus Tax ——-Last Day "Woman.In The Dark" «Thje Fountain" Tomorrow! Randolph Scott Jackie Coogan EVELYN BRENT ZANE GREY'S "Home on the Range" (Featuring the Song "Home On The Range") Also / LEE DAVID TRACY HOLT "YOU BELONG TO ME" CRYSTAL I ROCK GARDENS * Dancing Sat., | Sun. and Xmas Night , Admission 25c mmmmmmmmm&m. Xmas Eve Dance Blue Eagle Hall Bellevue, Ohio Music by Phil Brown and His Orchestra OPEN SUNDAY Duo lo the fact you have only 3 shopping days before Christmas this market will remain open all day SumUy. LAKE SHORE MARKET a II ANpus&R Iflr ANY SEAT Iflp •LUC AW TI .UK J.UC ANY TIME Starts Tomorrow ACS OF ALL WESTERN ST/VHg —Riding with Might for Right and Romance— JOHN WAYNE BLUE STEELE Alimony Madness with HELEN CHANDLER Coming To— Lorain Coliseum, Sunday, Dec. 30th DON REDMAN Tickets available in advance at Martin's Restaurant and Holzaepfel Bros.—75c at door f "Ring Out the Old — Ring in the New*' * | NEW YEAR'S EVE | BALL and DINNER DANCE | [ Full Course Turkey Dinner I With Refreshments i Good Orchestra Music and Floor Show THE MANSION 1 124 E. Main St. Norwalk, O. Private Reservations must be made on or before Dec. 3U CALL 329 .-illl|>lll>lll|lllll|MIIIIIIIMIIII,'|ll|ll|ll||lcil||||:g| :l | :i |,.;^ Today •— Tomorrow On the Stage America's Cartoon Sweetheart BETTY BOOP and her VANITY FAIR REVUE f|A RADIO, STAGE and C %f\ Ait SCREEN STARS At} vv featuring V V Manny King and his Paramount Studio Band Courtesy of PARAMOUNT PICTt'RES and Max FleUher Studios OK/i 1 to 3 — All Seats After 3—Balcony After 3—Mala Floor 35c Starts Xmas Day SHIRLEY TEMPLE In "BRIGHT EYES" On the Screen The inside on the "Star" Making Racket! HOLLYWOOD MYSTERY with JUNE CLYDE FRANK ALBERTSON

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