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Sandusky, Ohio
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Thursday, December 15, 1955
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S AEOISTER-STARNEWS •im«ii!Hry, O., Tlinf*., Bsc. IS, 1»S8 YOUTH SHOOTS UP FAMILY IN PENNSYLVANIA VANDERGRTFT, PA.. (INSl-An «rmed posse of State Police search- pd the Vandcrgrift area today for • 17>,vear-old boy who killed three adults and critically wounded his one-time girl friend Wednesday BiRht. The youth, .John Kallone, is wanted for slaying the father, ino- • hcr and uncle of the young girl after terrori«ing the family in their rural home with rifles and a bomb improvised from 5 sticks of dynamite. The victims were .1. Warren Small, 44; his wife, Irene, anri Smail's brother. William Allen Smail, 47. Fifteen-year-old Gladys Small, daughter of the J. Warrens, is in critical condition in Armstrong County Hospital at nearby Kittanning with a rifle wound in the Coroner Charles W. Woodward iiaid that the Warren Smalls' six- younger children apparently were in bed at the time of the shootings. State Police said that the youth apparently used two rifles, a .32-20 and a .22. Burrell Township .Justice Homer King was a witness to one of the shootings. He said that Allen Smail came to his home Wednesday night and said he had been wounded in a "scuffle" while trying to take Fallone's dynamite away from him. Alien and King telephoned State Police and headed back to the Smail home, about two mile,s,away. When they arrived, King said, they spotted Fallone coming out on the back porch of the home, firing. The justice said that possibly "15 or 20" shots were fired and that one caught Allen Small in the stomach and a second bullet struck him in*the head. King, who was unarmed, said he watched Fallone leircat across a field, then ran to his home, where State Police were waiting. He said, "I don't think Fallone knew I was there." The other victims of the shooting were not discovered until King and the troopers returned to the bullet- torn Smail home. The riddled bodies of Mr. and Mrs. Warren Smail were found on a living room sofa, with the husband's arm entwined around his 'vife in an apparent, futile, protective gesture. King said that Gladys was conscious when he returned and was walking around, clutching her cliest and crying, "it hurts." The youth's crude dynamite device was recovered at the home. The wounded girl was able to walk to an ambulance. She told autnorities while en route to the hospital that she dated Fallone oiice last year, but her parents later told her not to see him agam. She said that the boy had then threatened her family, saying "I'll get all of you someday." 58 Persons To Be Confirmed At Grace Church On Sunday .lunior High school confirmation class at (irace Episcopal C croft. —Harley Hoffman hurch involved in problem solving: discussion in church under- Fifly-right persons will be welcomed into full membership in the Epi-scopal Church on Sunday morning, when the RU Rev. Nelson M. Burroughs, I3ishop of Ohio, administers confirmation at Grace Church. The confirmation service, which will take place at 10:45 a. m., is the culmination of many weeks of instruction for the group of inquirers, who include in their number 24 Junior High school students, five Senior High students, and 29 adults, three of whom are in college. In bringing to a conclusion the confirmation instruction, the rector, the Rev. Hun.sdon Gary, Jr., pointed out that confirmation is not the end-all of religious instruction, but rather just the be­ ginning. "Througliout our lives," he said, "we are involved in a quest to know and to love God, and this quest is meaningful to us only as we continue to put our sincere effort into it. " In the class di.scussion much emphasis was placed upon group discu,ssion. The Junior High group based itheir discussions upon the book, "Knock and Enter," written by Professor Chad Walsh of Beloit College, Wisconsin. For the adult group the instruction reached its climax in a two day conference on the meaning of parish life, held last weekend at the Oberlin Inn. Vocational Variety From a job standpoint, the new group of confirmees bring to the Episcopal Church and to Grace parish a wide variety of vocational oxperiencr.s. In addition to the large group of school students there are in the group salesmen, housewives, industrial workers, a member of the U. S. Army, a baker, secretaries, an electrician, a lab technician, a •school teacher, a butcher and an insurance man. The entire group, numbering 58, will be presented by the rector to the bishop who, in turn, will confirm them, and who also will preach the sermon. The names of those to be confirmed arc: James Stinson, Mrs. Karl Fuchs, George Ebert, Jr., Mr. and Mrs. James Thayer. Mr. and Mrs. Wilbert Rosin. Gary Wurzell, Ray Hoover, Ronald Schoder, Mr. anri Mrs. Byron Newell, Mr. and Mrs. Rollin Schwanger, Mrs. Lowell Evcring- hani, Mrs. Jack Bailey, Mrs'. Donald Scnne, Mr. anri Mrs. Paul Bechtcl, Richard Nash, Mrs. Ber- tiice Fairfield, Sarah .Jane Scofield, Mr. and Mrs. Glen Decker, Mrs. Jack Werner, Mrs. Evadne Carnes, Mrs. Louisa Geehrlng, Paul Lydens, Mr. and Mrs. George Lydens, Gary Harris, Douglas Squire, Peter Zorn Jr., Harry McCluskey, William Newell. James Armstrong, Robert Martin, Jr., Ann Hampe, Karen LaFene, Susan Sprow, Ronald Nickle, Thomas Frutlg, James Fletcher, James Ebert, John Lehrer. Rodney Shaw, Edward Zoliniak, James Smith, Paul Wray, Ronald Davis, Peter Samko, Martha Lay, Roberta Snyder, Patricia Houser, Diane Cronk, Hannah Morgan. Susan Lamb and Helen Drossman. Mark's Employes Enjoy Christmas Party Recently Flat Rock Couple Observes Golden Wedding Sunday BELLEVUE. Dec. 15—Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Royer will celebrate their golden wedding anniversary on Sunday with an open house in their home at Flat Rock. The hours will be 3 to 6 p. m. The Gleaners Sunday School Class will serve as hostesses on this occasion. Mrs. Royer has been teacher of the class for 15 years. Miss Delia Keyse, rural Clyde, and Clarence Royer were married Dec. 24, 1905 at the Evangelical and Reformed parsonage in Fireside by Dr. J. B. Shumaker, father of Miss Anna Shumaker and the late Dr. H. K. Shumaker. .Attendants of the couple were Mr. and Mrs. David Keyse, brother and sister-in-law of Mrs. Royer. County Has Mote TVs Than Phones Mr. and Mrs. Marcus Keller man feted Mark's Market em ployes and their wives at a re cent Christmas party held at Per kins Grange. A family style chicken dinner was served by the ladies of Perkins Grange. Colorful Christmas centerpieces and table decorations were fashioned by Mrs. Kellerman for the occasion. The entire group enjoyed a white elephant gift exchange and the individual employes exchanged gifts. An orchestra provided music and entertainment later in the evening. The employes, wives and guests included: Mr. and Mrs. Warren Jensen, Mr. and Mrs. Leo Castello, Mr. and Mrs. William Sprouse, Mr. and Mrs. William Klingele, Mr. and Mrs. George Johnson, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Bayer, Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Roesch, Marilynn Sartor, Mr and Mrs. William Schmidt, Sandra Faber, Mr. and Mrs. Emil Ries, Mr. and Mrs. Karl Kusser, Elsie Lindsley, Ellen Ryan, Mr and Mrs. Robert Joiner, Nancy CJundrum, Leon H. Dickman, Mr.j and Mrs. Edwin Uhl, Victorl Joiner, William Harrigan. Carl Schlottag, George Yingling, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Dobrunz, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Bahnsen, LaMar Ruthsatz, Robert McCormick, Donald Fritz, David Lee, Thomas Thorpe, Ruth A. Gosser, Wanda Bays, Dorothy Krueger, Barbara Rosin, Mr and Mi-s. Eugene Lentz, Margaret Manner, Renee Tomcheski, Martha Brown, Karerr"^^ Buren, Mary Sandra Smith, Delores Righi. Kenneth Christiansen, Nick L.P-I vine, Thomas Musson. Many Nimrichter, Donald Wuggnner, Raymond CJast, James May, Ronald Lickfelt, Jerome Maag, Hubert Maczuga, Richard Gochenour Ted Cassidy, Reginald Fear,I Ronald Krebs, Ronald Noe.i Franklin Rhode. Helen Faulhaber, Leonard Taylor, Doan Rockwell, James Fischer, Robert Wallace, Mr, and Mrs. Waller Fleck, Mr, and Mrs. Ted Sartor Nor-| ma Anspacli, Pat Riekley. PAW PAW. MICH,, Dee. 15! M,.. and Mrs. Harvey Dodge. (UPJ—Sign of the times: There M,-. and Mrs. Miirlin llippler, ai . more television sets than; Mr. juid Mrs. Norman Koelseli,' telephones in Van Buren-co, aklertriide Beier. Josephine Kroni-i er, Alma Opp, Bertha lleckel.i Theater Schedules STATE— "Fighting Chance" —1, 4, 7, 10:05. "My Sister Eileen"—2:15, 5:20, 8:20. OHIO— "The Big Knife" — 2:55, 6:10, 9:25. "Killer's Kiss" —1:40, 5, 8:10. PLAZA— (Friday) — "Drum Beat"—6, 9:30. "Wizard Of Oz"—7:50. Lausche Stone Gathers No Moss In Massachusetts BOSTON, Dec. 15 (INS) ~ A Democratic Massachusetts legislator state from Boston has announced plans to form a "Lausche for President" movement in his state. James J. Burke, a nominee for lieutenant governor in the last election, said a delegation will fly to Columbus to meet the Ohio governor in a few weeks. The legislator also said that an informal committee for Lausche has been sounding out voters for the past few months and the response "has been excellent." Norwalk Hospital To Use Ford Grant In Building Fund NORWALK, Dec, 1.5—Memorial Hospital officials plan to turn the $21,300 received under the Ford Foundation grant to its building fund, it was announced today by Raymond Gerken, president of the hospital board. Announcement of the loctl grant was received by Gerken Monday by telegram sent by H. Rowan Gaither, Jr., president of the Foundation. Speaking in behalf of the hospital board, Gerken dispatched a telegram of appreciation to Gaither "The money will be a most welcome addition to onrj building fund, which now a-i : ounls to approximately $900,000 in money pledged and raised," Gerke- stated, "We are about to launch a drive for at least another $200,000 needed to build a 100-bed hospital instead of the smaller unit oroginally planned at the start of our building fund drive two years ago," Three Times Is Too Many For Teller YOUNGsVlLLE, N. C, Dec. 15 (INSi—Mrs. Ada Ward, a bank teller, has asked for a transfer to a larger bank following her third robbery experience. She main-j tains: ! "That's the last time it's going '.0 happen to me. Scared to death three times is enough." WANT ADS BRING RESULTS XMAS CORSAGE SPECIAL BEAUTIFUL ORCHID CORSAGES $3.50 We Telegraph Floweri KENNEY'S STATE FLOWER SHOP Sandusky's Downtown Specialist OHIO NOW Z THRILL HITS THE BIG KNIFI ' JACKPALANCr SHaiEY WINTERS K)A LUPWO WENOElt COREY JEAN HA6EN ROD STEIGER AND ROD CAMERON — JULIE LONDON in "FIGHTING CHANCE" GIVE ENTERTAINMENT FOR CHRISTMAS COUPON BOOKS — $2.50 and $5.00 VALUES ON SALE AT BOX OFFICE U. S. Department of Commerce survey showed todaj'. X. Y. BKIDGli OI'KNKI) NFW YORK (l.NSi-Thc $ti(),()(M),- ()(M Tappan Zee Bridge spanning I he Hudson River from South Nyac to Tarrytown will be opened officially today. Ann Ivroidler, Lois ,/. lioisick,; Barbara Mcinoi-1, Alice (iosscr, I'aulinc Hlatl, Mary I'lcflcrlo,! .lanice Kiilin, Mary .lane llunl. I'alricia Mear.s, Mary l''cdlflin,[ Richard Neiuil/, Uoberl Knaucr.j and the host and hostess, ftlr. and Mi's, Marcus Kellerman, OSS FORMERLY RICCELLI'S "Your Downtown Food Market NOW IN STOCK FRESH DATES CURRANTS CUT MIXED FRUIT CANDIED CHERRIES WHITE RAISINS IMPORTED CANDIES CHRISTMAS COOKIES Fancy HARD CANDIES Imported Hand Painted Dutch Wooden Shoe* Fruit Baskets Our Specialty WE DELIVER — PHONE 8457 Open Sundays 9 A. M.12:30 P. M. 2 HITS FRI. — SAT. — SUN. WARNER BROS. CRlStNT as the'Injun-lover'in OELMER DAVES' 1>RUIVI Starting at ZENITH CLOCK RADIOS $2995 5.00 DOWN 1.00 A WEEK AT BROWNWORTH'S FURNITURE 618 W. WASHINGTON ST. OPEN EVERY NITE TILL 9:00 TILL XMAS 111 sweeping PLUS 2ND HIT BULK NUT MEATS BRAZIL NUTS MIXED NUTS WALNUTS HICKORY NUTS HOLLY M-G-M'» BIG MUSICAL I Greater on Wide Screen I JUDY GARLAND'^ AN M G M MASTERPllCl RtPRlNI ARTHUR MURRAY TEEN CLASSES Ten week Series (a^ $1.00 per week. Series includes: 1 HOUR INSTRUCTION PER WEEK 1 PRACTICE SESSION PER WEEK 1 DRESS UP PARTY / CHRISTMAS SPECIAL \ Emollment Fee for this $10.00 course only $7.00!! 172 E. Market St.. Uostairs Ph. 1742 Better Apple For Teacher PHILADI LPHIA Dec. 15 (INS) ' ^rent of students at Ardmore Junior High School believe the teacher .shoulf' get more than an apple. They presented principal Edward Siiow with tickets for nn eight-day cruise to the Caribbean and Nassau for himself, his wife and their granddaughter. Snow retires next June after .33 yenr.s as pfinrlpal. TTo'll fake the during the Easter week vacation. DRUG CHIEF WANTS LAW WASHINGTON (rNS )-Narcotif« Con^missioner Harry J. Anslinger wants legislation to control manufacture of new synthetif narcotics. THE TOY CENIR 909 FULTON ST. SPECIAL CHRISTMAS BONUS SALE OFF ON THE FOLLOWING ITEMS BURP GUNS TINY TEAR DOLLS BETSY WETSY DOLLS Murray GOOD HUMOR BIKES Remco RADIO LOUDSPEAKERS MARVELOUS MIKES DRIVING SCHOOL TOM THUMB TYPEWRITERS REMCO RADIO STATIONS GERBER BABIES JR. PILOT TRAINERS BEAT THE CLOCK KEYWORD PLUSH TOYS OPEN EVENINGS TILL 10 P.M. RESGE'S . . . big sparkling selection at savings prices Cheerful, Yuletide patterns. Twelve fine quality sheets, 20' x 30'. GIANT THRIFT PACK 49 BOXED ASSORTMENT 89 Religious, children's and holiday designs. 20 sheets, 20'x 30'. Giant 26x72" rolls « .29u39c.59< Pottcrntd $h«et$ 2) ptrfad . ..10c-1S< TAGS and SEALS 10-25-49 Gay designs for gifts—Santas, poinsettias. Packs of 80-250. FANCY RIBBON Crinklo tif 20049c Colorful Mtin... 3 tanks 2S( "$atliiglo "stripfSiJ0/«/49c GIFT BOXES 5< -10< - 25< Decorative for all your gifts! Big choice of colors, designs, sizes. AT BOTH FRIENDLY KRESGE STORES J

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