The Sandusky Register from Sandusky, Ohio on December 16, 1955 · Page 5
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The Sandusky Register from Sandusky, Ohio · Page 5

Sandusky, Ohio
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Friday, December 16, 1955
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8 OHIO SCHOOLS SHARE IN FUNDS OF m. WILMINGTON, DEL,, Dec. 16 (INS)—Eight Ohio colleges are on a list of 100 scheduled to share in $900,000 worth of grants from the E, I. DuPonl Nemours find Co., Inc, The largest Ohio grant goe.s to Ohio .State University which received more than $,'50,000 with some .$l,'i,000 to be u.sed for fundamental scientific research. Another $7,000 Is for 16 summer fellowships for in-service high school teachers, enabling them to obtain masters degrees. To encourage college graduates to continue to work for their masters, two $2,800 grajits for fellow.ships were given. Chemical engineering, chemistry or physics post graduates doing teaching work were also on the list for amounts up to $3.000, In addition to the Ohio State ffrants, $2,.'i00 each for advanced teaching "that will contribute importantly to the education of .•scientists and engineers," went to these institutions: Antioch college, Yellow PLAYING ON THE .lOB —These youngsters ar(- putting their play energy to good use as they help out during cotton harvest tlrne in Brownsville, Tenn. Six-year-old UwiKht Beard pedals his tiny tractor, pulling a load of the "wliito gokl"froshly plucked from his father's crop. Cecil Caybrook tags along in the rear to .see that none of the precious cargo spills. Springs; Ohio Wesleyan University, Delaware; Institute of Technolog>t Cleveland; College of Wooster, Wooster; Kenyan College, Gambler; Mount Union Col­ lege, Alli;iiice, and Oberlin College, Oberliu. WANT ADS BRING RESULTS Emmanuel Young People To Stage Chriitmas Bvenf Chrl' mas program by the children 's division of Emmanuel Evangelical and Reformea • ch will start at 7:30 p. m. Sunday. Vernon .Michaels, church school superintendent, is in charge of tlie progra with the following di.ision leaders and teachers assisting. Mrs, George Green, Mrs, Louis Banker. Miss Judith Fenton, Mis- Dolores Potts, Miss Betty Westcott, Miss Deanna Owen, Mrs, Pearl Johannsen, Miss Carol David, Mrs, James Gralil, Mrs, Frank Marx, Mrs, Raymond Hoghc, Miss Ssther Abele, Mrs, Earl Abele, r .rs. William Maschal is to be the organist. Taking part in the pro,gram will be: Lois Stradtman, Barbara Mowery, Bonita Hoghe, Larry Hahn, Jackie Burns, Dennis 6 'Rork, John Newton, Terry Kyerson, Wayne Drossman, Martha Zimmerman, Linda Lou Gruhlke. Barbara Schweinfurth, Karen Grahl, Linda Scott, Jan Ellen Blckley,( Bruce Swank, John Johnston, Diane Williams, Charlotte Galloway, Margie Wo«ll, Duane Golden and Susan Ann Nagel. Also. Timothy Hall. Keith Michaels, Dlanne Kessler, Joseph Teply, Timothy Horvath, Connie Marie Smith, Beth Johnann.sen, Randall Mettert, John Baus, Kevin Ryerson, James Galloway, Patrick Oerold, Diane Galloway, Gary Drossman, Glenn Bluhm, Barbara Hanck. Deborah McFarland, Gary Ackerman, Raymond Warrer, Susan Stonerook, Gerald Zureich, Linda Pappas, Kathleen Woell, Barbara Fink, Steven Teply, Gary Schuster,! Martha Fink, and Michael Gerold. Kr-neth Zimmerman, Joseph Zureich, Douglas Butts, John Garvin, Thomas Schart, Ronald Mettert, Marlene Erney, Beverlie Hanck. Barbara Biechcler, Rikki Lou Kotz, David Schweinfurth, George Reiter, David Dewey, Gary Bowman, John Burrow, Carole Rebcr, Deborah Fink, Susan Teply, Terry Hoghe, David Maschal, Richard Ru.ssell. Werner Hall, Gene Bickley, Sharon Galloway, Ronald Johnannscn, Patricia Denson, Daniel Woell, Nancy Sheeler, Diana Boss, Marian Zimmerman, Henry Stonerook, Douglas Bickley, Jayne Peterson and Jayne Weaver. THE SANDtJSKY REGtSTER-STARMEWg WXNT ADS BRING RESULTS CBS For '56 Includinir Color Television, Radio Record Players Appliances Bob's Radio, TV 1613 Ha.rcs Ave. Ph. 8484 Inquire About Our Free Service I said I wn9 FLEEMUflNG • Ift trMikl9-frM. • If • high in h««t vatv*. • Th« drlv*rt ar« c«wft««ttt. • Th« K««^PIII«d Mrvk* •llmlfMfM w «frl «t» ERIHDUNTY.n 1630 -ii ru COLUMBUS IIIU Schaefer's Jewelers Now Located Across From Sears and Next to the Citizens Bank at 154 East Market St. Cbdaliiiaif means Jewelry and Schaefer's means JEWELRY -Magnificent4iomoftd -*et with-«44K- gold swirl design. 10 superb matching diamonds. Low, low pric« too. Olamoreui aardngi of rich 14K gold . . . •octi let with g tpark- ling pracioui diamond. 14 piac* dr*n*r Mt In luxMrioui i«wtl«r'i bronza. A Itrrific volual 50 ASUTTU $1 wmiy Ladies' Beautiful Birthstone rings to match any budget and any taste. prices start at onlV QQ Gents' Birthstone rings set in natural lOK gold. prices start at J] 5 Brilliant Rhinestone heart lockets with Sterling chains. Only $2.50 LIBERAL TERMS TAKE UP TO A YEAR TO PAY SCHAEFER'S JEWELERS Now Located Aross From Sears and Next- to the Citizen's Bank at 154 E. Market St. OPEN EVERY NITE TILL 9 P. M. asalles OPIN SAT. TO 9 P. M. A. "Runabout" opens all the way with big simulated pear buttons. Knick-knack print in lilac, blue, or brown; 10-18, 12^-22 Va. B. Favorite zip-front with set-in side gussets for curved- to-the-waistline fit. Red, lilac or moss floral print; 12-46; 14V2-26V2. 3.98 "bill Sims" gift cottons for the lady of the house 3.98 Delipfht the home-makers on your list with smart frocks that keep them looking pretty while tliey keep house! All fast color, preshrunk, completely washable, of course! Sizes to fit everyotiel L»t»lU't D»ytim« Dr«ss «8. Second Floor C. "Gadabout" with double buttons to hemline, side pocket. Dainty floral print in blue, rose, gjr gold; 10-20, 3.98

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