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December 14, 1955

The Sandusky Register from Sandusky, Ohio · Page 15

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City Queen Little Old Lady As Pick Pocket CINCINNATI, Dfc. 14 (INS>— Cincinnati police bflievcri today tiiey hart a member of a national pocket-picking ring in the person Oi a fil-year-old Rrayhaired ann tjghl-Iipped woman found wltii her hand i the till — someone else's till. Tile woman, registered at police headqiiarlcr.s as Mrs. Jewel .lohnhert of St. I.ouis, refused to •ay a word to arresting officer."!. Even b 'ore siie got to headquarters for booking, a lawj'er had called, saying he would handle her case. Mrs. Johnhert's record, according to Cincinnati authorities, dates back to 1929 and is seven pages long. She was arrested Tuesday by a department store security force member who saw Mrs. Johnbert make two unsuccessfuul attempts at picking a nan's pocket before (ally relieving him of his money. When arrested, the steely grandmother-type had $1,100 in her possesion. Nailc^S*^ Chriifmos Porfy For Womtn At Hom« Cr .YDE, Dec. 14 — Two local chipters of Beta Sigma Phi, Zeta Delta and Xi Gamma, will hold their annual Christmas party for the women of the Eliza Ramsey Home at the home this Thur.sday at 7 p. m. Each year the sorority members plan a treat and program for the women and present them with gifts. Following the program at the home, members will hold their party and gift exchange at the home of Mrs. Richard Gedert. 5umm9r Tourist Promotion Plans To fie Discussed PENINSULA NEWS Madonna Auxiliary Has Christmas Party KELLEYS ISLAND, Dec. 14— Mrs. Ida Riedy was hostess for the Christmas party of the Ma- 'V <!on\a Auxiliary at her home. Following t'le business session Karnes were played and gifts exchanged. Later a potluck lunch Was served. Those attending were: Mrs. Alvin Betzenheimcr, Mrs. Howard Brown, Mrs. Joseph Feyedelem, Mrs. Leonard Knapp, Mrs. Henrv Marchky, Mrs. Frank Pohorence, Mrs. Peter Kekelik, Mrs. Andrew Erne and Mrs. Carl Seeholzer. Tourist promotion plans for the coming summer will be heard at a session of all those benefit­ ting from tourist business, at the Chamber of Commerce office on ^ xt Tuesday, at 3:30 p. m. Details of the touri.st Information directory, and possibility of lengthening the tourist season, wil be 'lid before the group. The session is of particular Importance to operators of hotels, motels, restaurants, sporting goods shops, boat liveries, gift shops, filling stations and retailers, William Rngel, Chamber of Commerce manager, pointed out today. Two Veterans Of Cities Service Retire Dec. 25 Berlin Garden Club Plons Friday Meet SJiTirtnuIcy. O, «>(!., n <T. li, 1<»S^ OrvJIle L. Piper With Sandosky rompan.r 4» Years, Charles A. Hook, 34 Years. RRRLTN IlKTOMTS. nrc, M Members, ,o{ tlir Berlin (iarH ^tt'• Club are asked to meet at tiih'{v 'lV.'T, CHOOSE'SECRlTABY ( There he a gift exchatige. On < REOISTER-STAR-MEWS IS jihe eomniittec for the program are Mrs. (.'erold Rosekelley. Mrs. Da\id .Smith nd Mrs. F.dythe Kaiser. . »• . .it'. « ; 1 M { library on Friday at 1 30 p From theie they will go to Lome of Mrs. I.eonaid with Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Schott. Mrs. Lange is recoverig from a recent fall. Mr. and Mrs. William Schlesselman have returned home after a week's visit in Cleveland. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Matso, Sandusky, spent .several days here with their parents. Roy Ritchie and daughter, Kathleen, Cleveland, spent a few days at their home here. Lyle r eholzer, Sandusky, visited his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Seeholzer, over the weekend. Orville L. Piper. 140,t Buck- ingham-st, and Charles A. Hook, 602 Lockwood-av, are to be re til ' on Dec. 25 after a life-time of employment with the Citie ervicc Oil Co., IIJOI Milan-rri Piper's sf vice with the loca oil jmpany dates hack 40 years hen kerosen. delivery was made with wagon and team Hi has been employed for 34 years. Both men had been employed at the above address prior to the introduction of Cities Service products in the city. The tank .station operation will continue u.ider the management of Harry R. Xlosterman, 3117 Milan-rd as a consignee. He is not a new comer to the area or to the oi business and has a backlog of 16 years in the petroleum business Piper will continue to work on the truck as In the past in the employ of Klosterman. Hook will take a well earned vacation before considering re-employ- menl. COLL'MRUS. Dec. 14 aNS> — 'A new sen-rlarv-treasurer for , „ , M.vers. t, (^,() (^ouncil wilt he |Cherry -st, Norwalk, for the regular ,,hoscn at the stale CIO eonvcn- Imeetmg. Kio,, Jan. ,i-7 In Cleveland. I'l .AN l -EC.ION PMtTY. . » ' - RF.RLik HF .l.Wl ^ti^.l tSdt -r .U U| Annual Christmas.' pi»r^^trtf .^evlfn^ iPosl. American Legirtn and Auxiliary members and families will be .Saturday evening. Santa Clan."; is to have gifts for the children and '•efreshmenis \xill he served. Your Real Estate deal will CIOM faster and you Will receive greater co -operafion at ^CwhUiiii. ilTj -c , iNsuMNCE coMPm ' s Titie If furance—-'Escrows — Title Giiaranteet 411 Western Se/^nrlfy Bank BIdir. PhonC We Present Rudolph Ringwair* "MEMORABLE MUSIC' Tuesdays and Thursda.ys — '7:,'?0 P. M. — WljEC r KELLEYS ISLAND •<s> MRS. OSCAR McKILLIPS Correspondent Mr. and Mrs. Orville Lange rpent a day in Euclid with his mother, Mrs. John Lange and wARNmei Chronic bronchitis may develop if your cough, chest cold, or acute bronchitis is not treated and you cannot afford to take a chance with any medicine less potent than Creomulsion. It goes into the bronchial system to help loosen and expel germ laden phlegm nnd aid naUtrc to soothe and heal raw, tender, inflamed bronch ial membranes. Get a large bottle of Creomulsion at yotir drug store. For children get milder, ta.stier Creomulsion for Children in the pinkand blue package. Adv. CREOMUCSION .rctievti Coitgitt, Chett CaMt, Acat* araacMtii Plan Kelleys Isle Community Party K-:LLEYS TSLAITO , Dec 1 4 — Annual community Christmas party, sponsored by the Parent- Teachers Association, will be held Sunday at 5 p. m. in the town hall. Turkey and dressing will be furnished with the remainder of the dinner pot-luck, through High school. Everyone is asked to bring his own table service, including plate, cup and silverware. Later in the evening Santa Claus will be there to distribute gifts to the children of pre-school age through high school. Hospitals To Decide On Ford Fund Uses FREMONT, Dec. ]4--Trustees of Memorial Hospital here will meet Tuesday to decide what to do with its .$69,800 grant from the Ford Foundation Fund. John CJetlman, hospital administrator said it was too early to discuss uses of the money. Dr. C. L. Fox, who has operated Community Hospital here the last 28 years said that its $10,700 grant was a surprise and added •that recognition his institution has gained "is worth more than the money. involved." Sister Mary Stephanie, director of Oak Ridge Sanitarium, said that its $48,200 amount would most likely be used for the dietary department and the laundry. FORMER SLAVE CELEBRATES CHICAGO, (INS) —Mrs. Susie Smith of Chicago, who was born a slave, celebrates her 102nd birthday today as guest of honor of the Old Timers' club. WSCS HOLDS MEETING BERLIN HEIGHTS. Dec. 14 The WSCS of the Methodist Ch\irch met at the home of Mrs. Ray Hodges this afternoon. Mrs. Perry Neldon was the co-hostess. The meeting served as the annual Christmas party and gift exchange. BRINNON CO. tU W. Mark*l 8t Plu Ml Have You Seen Our BRAND NEW DISPLAY ROOMS Chuck Full Of Christmas Gifts for Him, for Her or for the Home Choose from Our Huge Selection * ELECTRIC SANDERS * SAWS * HAMMERS * THERMO-DOR OVEN and RANGE * ELECTRIC DRILL SET * PAPER TOWEL DISPENSER * PEG BOARDS it ACCESSORIES * KITCHEN AID DISPOSAL * ENTIRE LINE OF HAND & POWER TOOLS By Famous Makers And many other useful gifts (or tiie whole family. Your Reliable Lumber Dealer Since 1924 G. J. I timber PEL C 0/7?pc 1215 McKinley St. Phone 2571 dwring H. L HERMAN 'S PIE-CNRISTMAS ENGMVED DIAMOND IRIDAl ENSEMBLE Genuine dionMnd in dainty flord settings of 14 K gold. 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