The Sandusky Register from Sandusky, Ohio on December 15, 1955 · Page 30
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The Sandusky Register from Sandusky, Ohio · Page 30

Sandusky, Ohio
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Thursday, December 15, 1955
Page 30
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THE SANDUSICT RCOISTCRflTAllNEWS fkiiri ««y, Deecmltc* 19, 1»SS RURAL CHURCHES BBllIilA IMIOHT* •^MeUiotflit Rpfmopai cnnreli—1I«T. Mrry S. Nddon mtnitter Sundny •ehool at 1:30 a. m., ehurclt aervlcei lit 10:30 a m Mra Charim Hardingt. •upt. «>rirM c «fi (rf («ttoiiai chareii— MCT. 9. A Colw«n, paitor. Mlniatry of S uaic, Mra. Margaret Pnilhpa, organ- i. William Phllllpa, chancel choir. Mra Faye Walaron, girla' choir. Sunday at 8:30 a. m., aervice of worship; dhureh achool. BCRLIMVILLR (chool, 10:18 a. m.; church icrvlcc 11:1S a m. —MethodUt—Clinrch aehool at 19 a. m.; worship aervice at 11; M, £. r. at 8 p. m. Mld*week service, Thursday at 8 p m. KRLLRim ISLAND •~St. Michael's—Sunday Masse.i at 7 and 9 —Community Church, Relieys island Rev F. A. Firestone, DX)., pastor. 9,30, Sunday school; 10.30, morning worship. HURON ^Berllnville Frtends Church, east of _Bt. Peter's catholic—Rev. Edward Milan, Route 113 at corner of Wikel rd. Rev Earl A. Cosand, pastor Sunday school at 10 a m.; morning 7 and 8 a. m. I- J. Mattlmoe, pastor Sunday Manses ' at 6. 8, 10 and 12. Daily Maases at worship at 11; junior church at 11 Christian Endeavor at 6:45 p. ni Prayer meeting Wednesday at 7:30 school; 11 a. m.. wor.ship; youth * ™ BIRMINOHAM —Birmingham Methodist Church— Rev. Howard Crabtrec, pastor. Wor- •hlp service at 9:45 a. m. and church •chool at 10.45. CA8TAIJA -^ConRregatlonal Church—.lohn L. dolburn, pastor. Sunday, 9:15 a. m., church school; 10:30 a. m., worship service. -^Orace Lutheran—Rev. C. 4. Benner, pastor. Sunday school at 9:30 a. m. and morninj» service at 10.30. CATAWBA ISLAND —Union Chapel—Sunday, 9 a. m., Sunday school. Samuel PI u m e r, superintendent. CLTDB —tt Mary'»—Rev. Lea Donahoe, pastor. Sunday masses at 8 and 10 «. m. —Church ol Christ—Rev, George B. Pratt, pastor. Worship preaching and communion, 0:30 a. m,; church worship 10:30 a. m. —First Methodist Church—Church school, 9:30 a. m.; church worship, 10:30 a. m. —First Presbyterian Church—Kcv. Owen Bovier, minister. Church school at 9:19 a. m.; morning worship 10 :30. CLARK8FIELD —Methodist Church — Rev. James llellinger, minister Church achool fit 10 and worship service at 11. Mrs Albert Oauch, Sunday school supt. —Seventh Day Adventlst Church— B. Vernon Harris, pastor. Sautrday, 9:30 a. m.. Sabbath achool; 11 a, m., worship aervice. Wednesday, 8 p. m., prayer meeting. Friday. 7:45 p. m., young p«opIe'a M. V. meeting. CEYLON —Evangelical Church — Rev. A. M. Kehr, pastor. Morning worship at 9 a. m.; Sunday school at 10. Nelson Daniels, supt. FLORENCE —United Congregational Church— Rev. Donald S. Scott, pastor Church school, 9:30 a. m.; morning worship, 10:30 a. m. FIRESIDE —Fireside Reformed—Rev. A. W. McDonald, pastor Church school at 10; morning worship at 11 a. m. GROTON-TP —St. John Lutheran—Rev. William Bash, pastor. Sunday school, 9 a. m.; Divine aervice. B.35 a m. GYPSUM —Gypsum Community C h u r c h— —First Presbyterian—Rev. George L. Bell pastor 9:45 a m„ church Fellowships. —Huron Evangelical—Rev. William Patterson, pastor. Church school at 9:45 a m., worship services at 10:45 a. m. Midweek services at 7:30 p. m. Wednesday. —Zion Lutheran—Rev. W. R. Lncht, pastor Divine worship nt 9 a m.; morning prayer and church school —Christ Episcopal Church — Rev. VVmiam D. Richardson, rector. 8 •1. m. Holy Communion; 10:30 a. m., Sunday school at 10:15 a. m. —Assembly of God—Main and Wall- sts. Sunday, 0:30 a m., Sunday school; 10:30 a. m., morning worship; 8:45 p. m., Christ's ambassadors; 7:45 p. m., evangelistic service Tuesday, 7:30 p. m., C. A. Bible study. Thursday, 7:45 p. m., prayer service. LYME-TP —Lyme Congregational—Route 113. Rev. Edwin E. Beers, pastor. Sunday school. Fred Franklin, auperin- tendent. —St. Paul's Lutheran—Rev. William Bash, pastor Sunda.v school, 10 a m.; Divine services at 11 a m MAHVtVOOU —Shrine ol the Sorrowful Mother— Sunday Mass at 9 a. m.; pilgrimages at 3 p. m.; Novena at 8 p. m. each Friday In St. Michaels Parish Church. MONROEVILLR —Congregati onal Commanltr Church—Rev J. Owen Cassidy. pas!(or Church achool at 9:15 a m.; morning worship at 10:30 a. m. —Zion Episcopal Church—Theodore W Bowers, lay reader Sunday, 9 ,a. m., morning prayer and sermon; [10 a. m., church school. —St. Joseph's Catholic—Rev. Paul J. Brissel, pastor. Sunday Masses at 8 and 10 a. m. MILAN —Milan Presbyterian Church—Rev. R. L Miller, pastor Sunday. 9:30 1. m., church school; 9:45 a. m.. wor­ .ship service. I— Edison Memorial Methodist—Alva W Taylor, minister Church school fit 9:20 a. m.. Classes for all age groups. Morning worship at 10:30 —St. .Anthony's—Rev. .lames McGowan, pastor Sunday Masses at 8 and 10 a. m. MITIWANGA —Evangelical and Reformed—Rev. S. H. Matzke. pastor Sunday, 9.45, Sunday school: 10.45 a. m., worship service. —\j,ypaum t.viiiii>u.....T ^ ., „ , ^ — NORTH MONROEVILLR Dr. Herbert J. Thompson, pastor. —Congregational Church — Rev. J. Sunday, 9:43 a. m., Sunday achool; Owen Cassidy, pastor. Sunday TO ACT — Sen. Theodore F. Green (D-RI) says he'll introduce legislation next year to help determine when a president is no longer able to perform hi.s duties. and 10 a. m. Masses; 9 a. m. Sunday school. Monday to Saturday, 7:30 a. m.. Mass: Saturday, 7:30 p. m. confessions. .—First Baptist—Rev. Harold Allem, [7:30 p. m., evening aervice. Wednesday, 7:30 p. ni., prayer meeting. First—Rev. Lawrence A. Crawford, pastor. Sunday, 9:30 a. m., Sunday school Chnrle.-' t'ranK, superintendent 10:45 a. m.. morning worship; 7 p. m.. Jr. and Sr. High Youth Fellowship Thursday, 7:30 p. m., choir rehearsal —Second Methodist—Rev. B. F. Holloway, pastor. Sunday, 9:30 a. m., Sunday school; 11 a. m., morning worship; 6:30 p m. Methodist Youth Fellowship. —Christian Missionary and Alliance —9:45 a m., Sunday school. Alfred Copley, superintendent 11 a. m., morning worship; 7:30 p. m., evening service. Tuesday, 10 a. m., prayer service. Wednesday, 7:30 p. m. prayer meeting. —Barrett's Chapel — Rev. William Leslie, pastor Sunday, 10:15 a. m., Sunday school Mark Chase, supt 11 a. m.. mortilnf wornfifp. OXFORD tOWNSIIIP i —St. John's Evangelical-Reformed— Rev Kenneth Phelffer, pastor. Sunday church school at 0:30 a m., and worship service at 10:30 a m. PAGES CORNERS Friends Chnrch (Pages Corners)— M«9on-rd at Route 29l>. Rev John Brantlnghnm. pastor Sunday school at 10 a. m,; morning worship at II a. m. PU'T-IN-HAV —St. Paul's Episcopal Church—Rev. Lee Lindenberger, deacon in charge. Family aervice each Sunday at to a. m; and Holy Communion is celebrated on the second Sunday ol cncli month. SAND HILL —Sand Hill Methodist Church—Rev. James Ross, pastor Church worship. 0:30; Sunday achool at 10:30. Mrs Hol>ert Schlctt, superintendent ST. SEBASTIAN —St. Sebastian Catholic Church— Rev. John R Keller, pastor Sunrlny Masses at 8 and 10 a. m. UNION CORNERS —St. John Lutheran —Rev W R. Lucht, pastor. Sunday .irhool at 9:30; Divine services at 10:30 VERMILION —Evangelical and Reformrd—Rev Norman S. Greenawalt, pastor Sun­ da.v school at 10 a. m and morning worship nt 11 a. m. —St. Mary's Catholic—^ev. Clctus ,1 Gates, pa.stor Sunday Mas.-ic.s at I, 8:30 and 10:45 —Congregational— Rev. t'.ari T. English, pastor Sunday 8:30 a m. early service; 9:45 a m.. Sundav school; 11 a. m., late aervice. WILLAKD —Church of God In Christ—Kldcr W M. Shurman, pastor. Sunday school 9:30; morning wonship; U, evoninfi service, 7:45 p. m Friday oraycr service, 7:30. —St. Francis Xavier—Rev. rrcdcrlck Mehling, pastor Sunday Masses ai 5:45, 7:30 and 9:30 a m. —Trinity Lntheran—Rev. C. C. Het- felinger, pastor Sunday school at 10 a. m.; Church school at 11 a. m —Evangelical United Brethren—Rev Clarence D. Wright, pasitor Church school, 10 a. m.; worship service, 11 a. m. WAKEMA> —Second CongrpKaHonal Cliurch— Rev Howard Holdsworth. pnstor; Sunday school, 0:43 a. m.; church services at 11 rf. in.; Youth Fellowship at 7:30 p. m. bi-monthly —St. Mary's catholic—Rev. Karl Burger, pastor. Sunday Ma.sses at 8:30 and 10:30 a m.; daily Mnan nl 7:30 a, m 10:45 a. m., worship service, GREENWICH —Church of Christ—Robert B. Colli tt, minister. Bible school at 10 a. m. Boyd Enzor, Sunday school Kuperintendent. Morning worship at 11 a. m.; evening worship at 7:30. Mid-week services, Wednesday at 7:30 p. m. HENRIETTA — Reformed 8 a n d a y jschool and worship service at 9 a. m. I —St. Peter's Lutheran Church—Rev. [Ralph £. Ground, pastor. Alternate Sundays combined Sunday school and Sunday church service. 9 and 10:45 a. m.; Sunda.v school 10 a. m. and church worship 8 and 10:30 la. m. NEW LONDON —Our Lady of Lourdes, Catholic— Rev. John Duffy, pastor. Sunday, 8 P^et EXTRA Benefits WU "Get EXTRA Benefits On Washday Rvmove stoint, whit*n clothvs and disinfect them in one easy eperatien... Use double-action Roman Cleanser Bleach—for V-^ •xtra benefits without any extra V/ork. Be careful —be thrifty. WHITEN AS YOU DISINFECT EBERrS MARKET 443 Tiffin Ave. Phone 59 Fresh, Lean SPARE RIBS Lean PICNIC ROAST Ltan BOILED HAM Daisyf ield — BONELESS HAM .... 75c U.S. Choice U.S. Choice Round or Swiss STEAK U.S. Choice lb. • • • 39c lb. • • • 23c lb. • • • 79c half, lb. 79c lb. 99c lb. 79c lb. 85c 39c Homemade LIVER SAUSAGE- HEAD CHEESE—Fresh and Smoked PORK SAUSAGE Order Holiday Hams and Poultry Now Celery Large Size — Head Hearts ^19c Lettuce 2 ^" 35c STORE HOURS NEXT WEEK— Mon. and Tues. 8 A. M. to 6 P. M, Wed. 8 A. M. lo 12 Noon — Thurs. 8 A. M. to 6 P.' M. Fri. 8 A. M. to 8:30 — Saturday 8 A M. to 4 P. M. Kaiser Plans 350 Homes Near Site Of Ohio Plants RAVENSWOOD. W. VA,. Dec. 1,5 (UP)—KaLser Aliimnium & Chemical Corp. plans to construct approximately 350 homes at a cost of 5 million dollars near the site of its two new plants hero, it was revealed today. The homes would be for key personnel who will start arriving here next April. WANT ADS BRING RESULTS «Nne It isn't oKvoys o man's neighbors who cofnc In Ii3t6 son lel Ifnes it's his wife's husband. Alexander Pushkin is consid ered the ShAkespeare of Russia Pettss School Bus And Kills Girl, 6 DELAWARE, Dec. l.'i fUP) Common Pleas Judge O. W. Whitney, Jr., today took under advisement the case of Andrew J. Prof ant, 45, of Ma.ssi]lon, charged with the death of a six- year-old girl as she stepped off a school bus. Whitney took the case under consideration after Profant waived a jury trial. Profant's car allegedly struck Carolyn Thomas, of Bellpoiny, when he attempted to pass a stopped school bus Oct. 11. RADIO - TELEVISION SERVICE TV Antennas Installed and Repaired 40 Ft. Steel Towers Complete (Nothing Omitted) 4 Bay Antenna Motorized For Only SMi.S.'J LECOY'S F. Market St. Ph. 2273 Serving Sandusky Over 10 years WANT ADS BRING RESULTS HOLIDAY TIME ... is Canada Dry time! Time for drinks to sparkle. Take a bright, lively Scotch and soda. .. the kind Canada Dry Club Soda makes. Or a deliciously dry, light rye or bourbon highball... mixed with Canada Dry Ginger Ale. Or a brisk, bitter -sweet gin-and-tonic, made w ith Canada Dry Quinine Water. The point is, Canada Dry makes a mixer for every kind of drink... and Canada Dry makes all drinks taste better. E FLAVOR YOU LIKE... THE NAME YOU KNOW A iVilXER FOR EVERY TASTH Club Soda Ginger Ale Quinine Water Collins Mixer Hi-Spot Lemon Soda Spur Cola ''SHOP' HOME SERVICE STORES 4 ^ ^ • ^ SPECIALS! DOLE'S PINEAPPLE DOLE'S PINEAPPLE DOLE'S PINEAPPLE DOLE'S PINEAPPLE — Sliced, No. 2'2 — Ciu^-liod, No. 2 Chunk, No. 2 -- Sliced, No. 1 NfADQUARTERS FOR Ail 21 KIMS SfOCUWTOOAYI TOMATO 3 for 35' 2 for 2 for 35* CAMIORMA ., EMPEROR GRAPES 2 It Hi' FLORIDA ^ TANGERINES ..-s.. n... j-^. SFKDLFSS GRAPEFRUIT » 5^3f HOT IIOIJSK X , r TOMATOES ... ''"' LETTUCE ..=.".-2,^. CFLEKVVILLF CARROTS 'I :Uv CELERy iiU NFW TFXAS CABBAGE lie Answer lACH PACKAGE INCLUDES 1 Frosting Mix #J "1P 2 Cake Pan •* • " 3 Cake Mix ® paiiislilJift'Piuiilu MINUTE Rice i 4lc Tomato Sauce 3 • 27c NESTLE'S TOLL HOUSE /"^"^ COOKIE MIX Real Nestle's SemiSweel 33 1 Mofieh Right in the Box' \^ ^ Make it yourself I CHEF BOY-AR-DEE PIE MIX ftU th« maUnp In ONE HANDY CARTON PIZZJI HUNT'S PEARS HINT S APRICOTS .S.Ml'('Ki:i{'.S Strawberry PRESERVE SMICKFK'S MINT JELLY PEAS 2^'"'4.3«? ASPARAGUS ^°'""23<* lAKi; snoHi: „, PUMPKIN " "' • 21c 21C rircr OU Vmt favtrif Laurel GRAHAM WAM«S 34 MUM M* V2 lb. 3? L can 19 IDEAL DOG FOOD 2 " 29c ROB<!RT BURGGRAF CASTALIA, OmO L. J. GUNDI ACH 2231 Columbus Are. WILLIAM O. HUTH 1108 Fifth St. . JOHN H. KAHLER 1319 Campbell St. MARQUART GROCERY 455 Scott St. ANDREW B, SMITH HXrBON, OHIO THOMAS GROCERY HURON, OHIO TRITSCHLER MARKET 331 Camp St. JOS. P. WELTER 1002 H"—'-k St. OX YD 2 Large ^ for 3c jlVO00i(ES large 2 ^^r TIDE 73c CaDl!! Bath 2 for 26c Reg. 3 for 27c ID REM giant sl2e I Instant Suds bottlo JOY 2 o. for Instant Jt e Dish Washing I

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