The Sandusky Register from Sandusky, Ohio on December 15, 1955 · Page 22
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Thursday, December 15, 1955
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Sft REOISTfiRSTAR-NEWS •(ifttfiMir, «., tlinri., nee. IS, im Youth Is Headed For Chair For Assault-Murder COLUMBUS, Dec. IS (UP) — Rernard Schrelber, 10, Toledo, will become the tenth teeimyer to die in Ohio's electric chair Jan. IS unless defense attorneys mln reduction of his first derre« murder sentence. The Ohio supreme court Wednesday upheld Scheibcr 's fonviction of rape-murder In the death of Mary .Jolene Friess, 17, In « woods near Toledo Aug. 12. 1954. The court set Jan. 13 as the dste for the youth's execution in Ohio Penitentiary electric chair. He was originally sentenced to die .Tune I but the execution was postponed pending appeal to higher court .1, Berlin Heights Pupils Offer Stomach Attack Carol Service At 3 p. m. Sunday Forces S, A. Chief To Halt U.S. Tour GRANGE NEWS OrriCERS CONFERENCE A district Grange officers conference will be held this Friday evening in York Grange hall on Route 20 west of Bellevuc. State Grange officers are to be in charge of the session, which will run from 7:30 to 10 p. m. In addition to Grange officers and committeemen in the area, other interested Grangers are invited to the gatJierlng. FLORENCE GRANGE December meeting and Christmas party of Florence Grange was held recently with Lcroy Brewster, master, presiding. Max Krueger, Bei'lin Heights, explained Grange insurance and passed «ut the 1956 calendars. Other business: The local Grange hall has been rented for Dec. 18 to the Star Baking Co. for its Christmas party. Several Grange members have formed a dramatic club, which includes Leslie Bentley. David Moon, Mrs. Elmer Demulh, Mrs. Linus Peck and Bonnie Baker. A demit was granted Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Spore, who now reside in Albion, Mich. The Januaiy meeting will begin with a pot-luck supper with Mr. and Mrs. Linus Peck in charge of refreshments. Also, Florence Grange Youth will hold a skating party tonight at Elyria. Kree transportation will be pro\'icled and a bus will leave the town hall at 7 p. m. returning ar. 11:30 p. m. Tiic Christmas program, which was in charge of Mrs. Elmer Demuth and Mrs. Elmer Balog, follows: prayer by the Rev. Donald Scott; solovox solo, Mrs. Ella Reising: Christmas carols by the children, directed by Mrs. Scott; "Birthday of the Grange," which was a candlelight service for the eight original founders ol the lodge; group singing: tableau pageant, "Christ Is Born," with the I'oUouing narrator, David Moon; shephcrd.s, Mrs. D. Bostatcr. Priscilla Howard and Gloria Drought; a,ngols, Marsha Ravci, I'aL > I'n.'^talcr and Phyllis Droui;'. . 'I 'l- !\);ii'.\. Mrs. William 'riioiiuisfin: Father Josepli, Larry Reisin^i: baby Jesus, Roz- helen Thompson; soloist, Mrs. Elmer Balog. A Christmas message by the Rev. Mr. Scott, and group singing concluded the program. Santa Claus then arrived and distributed gilts to the children. Party I'elre.shnuMils were served by Mrs. Helen Rcisiiig and committee. BERLIN HEIGHTS, Dec. 15— Vocal music classes of Berlin Heights High school will present the first annual Christmas Carol service on Sunday, at 3 p. m. in the school auditorium. Grades 7 through 12 will participate in the program. The program begins with the a cappella choir marching into the auditorium, singing "O Come All Ye Faithful." This will be followed by "The Heavens Re- .sound." Dean Kraus is soloLst in "Birthday of a King" and Patricia Ward in "O Holy Night." Several other Christmas carols are to be sung. Daniel Kernell will open the second half of the program with readings of the Chri.stmas story from the Bible. The choru-ses are to insert carols In appropriate places. "A Lullaby" and "Rise up Shepard And Follow" will be sung by the seventh and eighth grade girls. The seventh grade sings the de-scant to "Fairest Lord .lesus" and "Silent Night" will be sung by the mixed chorus to close the program. Seek Choir Robes During intermission a collection will be taken. This is to be used for choir robes which the music classes hope to purchase. Risers, which were bought with the money collected at former concerts, will be used for the first time at this program. Stage hands for the service will be James Roberts and Richard Kelble. John Weaver, Kenneth Freeman and Edwin Cobb are to be responsible for lighting and the curtain. Ushers will be: John O'Donnell. Daniel Church, Sugar Plant Mails $1,764,000 To Beet Growers In Area FREMONT, Dec. 15—Highest yielding sugar beet crop in the history of the Fremont-Findlay and Blissfield, Mich., areas will amount to $1,7.64,000 to growers in their first payment for the 1955 crop, according to Frank A. Kemp, president of the Northern Ohio Sugar Co. Checks for the first payment were mailed today to growers for beets delivered through Nov. 30. Davis Sunderland, manager of the Fremont plant, said this payment amounts to $8.25 • ton, about 75 cents more a ton than a .year ago. Additional payments will be made determined by sales of sugar, beet pulp and molasses. <4^rdon White and Billy Perkins. Charlene Brown, Barbara Kelble and Carol Otto will be accompanists. The entire program will be under the direction of Mrs. Faye Waldron, vocal music director. New Departure's' Local To Stage Christmas Party Dancers, Magician To Entertain Children, Parents At Junior lllrh Sunday. CIO Local 913, New Departure, will old its seventh annual children's Christmas party Sunday, Dec. 18, starting at 2 p. m. in Junior High school. Gil Harple is chairman of the committee in charge of arrangements, with the following members assisting: Robert Gast, Helen Baker, Walter Keller, Uohert Thomas, Edward Jump, Marian Jones, Virgil Hebcrl. Howard Collins and Walter Uhncr. Chief entertainment for the kiddies' party which is attended annually by approximately 1,000 children, will be a Kay Lutes dance review, along with a magician act by Lewis L. Marquarl, . Santa Claus will be on hand with presents and candy, fruit and popcorn balls for every youngster. There will be special awards for the parents. Officers of Local 913 at New Departure arc: President, Walter Ulmer; vice-president. Daniel Lane: financial secretary, Helen Baker; recording secretary, Patricia Ward; trustees, Robert Gast, King Jameson, and John Schwcifert: sergeant-at-a r m s, James Dunlap, and guide, Frank Stoll. Cafe Owner To Get Cash "Evidence'' FREMONT, Dec. 13 —Order directing $1,024.48 used by the state as evidence in the trial of Jack Barry, Fremont, be returned to Harold Ochs, proprietor of the Corner Cafe here, has been made by Judge A. V. Baumann. Ochs claimed he lost about $1,500 in a larceny at his cafe last June. A jury acquitted Barry of the larceny charge howcvei-. Edward L. Becklcy, Freraout, pleaded guilty of aiding and abetting the larceny with which Barry was charged, but has not yet been sentenced. The Union Pacific and Central Pacific railroads completed the first transcontinental railroad inl Brown sugar is a cane sugar 1869 when they joined at Pro-'that is less refined than white montory Point, Utah. i sugar S««k Stoltn Car FREMONT, Dec. 15—Fremont P(.llce arc looking for an auto stolen Tuesday from Harold Haasjr of near emont from its parking place on Justice-st. Keys were in the car, a 1955 blue ' dan. is Ohio H-8-H. Sustains Sprained Arm In Collision With 2 Vehicles CHICAGO, Dec. 15 (UP) —A sudden stomach attack today forced Vruguayan President Luis Ratlle Berres to discontinue his tour of the United States. '['he president suffered an apparent bleeding ulcer attack at a private dinner Wednesday night and was rushed to a hospital. Doctors at Wesley Memorial Hospital .said his condition was "excellent" but advLsed him to stay in bed for at least a few days, cutting short his 10-day-old tour of the U. S. Sources close to the 56-year-old president said he fainted while attending a dinner in his honor at the exclusive Chicago Club. Batlle Berres recovered consciousness and refused to be carried to an ambulance. But, while walking to the door he became ill and vomited some blood, the sources said. Hours later at the hospital, attending physicians issued a statement saying "there is apparently a bleeding ulcer. The president's condition is excellent." The president's wife, attending a suburban function, was reported to have suffered an atUick of indigestion as she rushed to her husband's side. Batlle Berres' oldest son, John, 25, was also with him. Uruguayan officials were meanwhile trying to locate his youngest son, Luis, in New York. • • * Wesley doctors also expressed optimism, saying they hoped the president would make a "com-i plete recovery" within a fewj days. However, an official statement said earlier that Batlle Berres n,. ., . ., ^ was suffering from "extreme ex- , (^atherme O'Neil Provi- haustion" and his U. S. touri^''^"^^ Hospital registered medi- would have to be di.scontiiuiod.!^'''! record librarian, was named Batlle Berres had been show-;l" ^t-r second term as president Leon Luce, 18, 1420 Vine-st, sustained a sprained left arm when the car in which he v/as riding with Ronald W. Schoenegge, 1706 Cleveland-rd, collided with two other cars on Castalia-rd south of Sandusky Wednesday evening, the Bay Bridge state patrol reported. Luce was taken to Providence Hospital, treated and released. The other two cars involved in the accident were driven by Paul C. Berlekamp, Vickery, and George Lehrer, Jr., Castalia, who escaped injury. The patrol said Schoenegge was driving east when he lost control of his vehicle as it skidded on ice and struck the Berlekamp and Lehrer cars traveling wo-'. The Schoenegge and Lehrer cars were badly dim- aged. • Corporal R. E. Sauer of the patrol said that highways are slippery in spots throughout this area and advised motorists to drive with caution. Catherine O'Neil Continues To Head Record Librarians ing visible signs of strain during his fast-moving trip through this country. Wednesday, before flying from Boston, Mass., to Chicago, he remarked that he had made about 250 speeches in 10 days. No Justice For Spirited Man FREMONT, Dec. l;>-On his way to the police station here V.'ednesday to report a theft, Raymond Hunker, Jr.. 28 Tiffin, got an assist from officei'.s. Hunker was cha'-ged with driving under influence of intoxicants. He was fined SI00, assessed $8.70 costs and sentenced to three days in city jail by Mayor John Collins. Hunker said he had been driving to the police station to report the theft of two hubcaps from his auto. of the Northeast Ohio Association of Medical Record Librarians during its recent annual meeting and Christmas party held in Cleveland. Viola Heinzerling, registered record librarian at Good Samaritan Hospital, and Miss Lucille Murray, a member of the Providence Hospital staff, also attended the Cleveland meeting. WANT ADS BRING RESULTS When stomaeh acid j Brings sleepltts niglih Take 2 TUHS To set things right! a RoM tOMS POKTMI TUMMY r Fine linens deserve ClOROX-care for extra whiteness and safety! ERIK -CO POMONA Erie-co Pomona Grange met In regular session recently at Vermilion CJrange hall, A supper was served to the guests by the home economics committee preceding the business meeting. Lester Dahm, master, was in the chair. .Mr. and Mrs. l.,ewis Wikcl were introduced as thej new Eric-co c;ranf(c deputie.'^. The U'cluri-r |)rusented a Christmas iiri)j;rani with the Mcs-; senbcru taiuil.v orchestra, Har- bai'a liuiiler, and H. K Puc'krin ))articii):ilin)4. Pomona Gran;',e will invite another c.uinty to pui on filth degi-ec i\ .\larcli ai Milan. Gi'ai);.:;\ I'o w)!);! i.s to meet will) Berlin (jii.ii'u" m .lanuaiv, I'llccli'iiis were lickl to lill the three \'ac;mcif.', wliicli existed. OfCieer,-, eh'elcd wej-f KIIHJIS , Lewis. ()\ei-.-,eer; Leslie Bentle,\.; lecturer and Miss Itiith Nickels, j spcrcliuy, iMcmhers of tlie 14-2.T Club inslaiied the ottieer.s-eleel. j PKKivI^..S (iKANta; j Regular meetint; of Perkins i Grange will start at 8 p. in. today in the Gi'ange hall. Final arrangements are to be made for the annual Ch.iblniat) party to to be lu'ldj .Mi)n(I;i,\ liir members ol' the Sdbor-' fiinaie !••< .' Juvenile (iraii;4es. 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