The Sandusky Register from Sandusky, Ohio on December 16, 1955 · Page 12
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The Sandusky Register from Sandusky, Ohio · Page 12

Sandusky, Ohio
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Friday, December 16, 1955
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If neotirtitiTAii.fnsws gMMRky, O., fri., »««. U, IMS Firemen, Guests Al I6th Annual Chrisfanas Parly Another AueeeMfal Clirfat* mas pur.y, the 19th annual •ponsored by Sandmky rire- PlKhtere and their friends. «• stifei* at the No. 1 central atation Tharsdajr niffht. In addition to the firemen and their wives, guests Included the two fire department chaplains, the Rev. John Kofflin and the Re-. Edward 'Ted) Jones; Mrs. Ethel Swanbeck, Erie-co rop.-esentative and her husband; city officials and representatives of th.> press and radio. Entertainmei.t was offeree^ by the Sandusky High tchool a cappella choir Melo Chords who presented a program of Christma.s carols. Films, in charge of the fire department's fire prevention and educational bureau, were shown relative to tests run when the old C & S Brewing Co. office building and Big Island buildings were burned, fire drills at the schools and Fire Prevention Week essay and coloring - )n.-st winners. The films were narrated by Fire Chief Wilson McLaughlin, who served as toastmaster for the party, and by Captain Charles Keller. Lieut. Irvin Speir and Keller are in charge of the de- artment'8 bureau. Many beautiful gifts were presented to those in attendance by Aluminum - Magnesium (John Frost); Sears-Roebuck Oo., Hol- iaepfel Bros.; Brlnnon Store; ^Petersen Lumber Co.; Canalos Inc.; €mith Hardware; Bob's Furniture; White Extinguisher Service; Wholf Hardware; Cas- sldy Foods; Caryl Crane; Brownworth Electric; Gray Drug. ; Apel Lumber; Superior Auto; Dorn Wine Co.; Feddersen Bakery; Lermann Insurance; Don prtner; Copley Insurance; Hills {Supply Co,; Burns St Gove; A & p. Home Supply; Hommell Wine Co., Reutler Insurance; Frank Link; Kellerman Market; Kist Beverage; American Crayon Co.; Roberts Jewelry; Roy Seidel of Kresge 5 & 10 and Maschari Bros. Actress of Stage, Screen Is Stricken HOLLYWOOD, Dec. 16 (UP) — Veteran stage and screen actress Dorothy Bernard, 65, who recently had been appearing on television,, died at her home here Thursday of a heart ailment. Miss Bernard, wife of Aukh. Van Buren, recently had been playing the role of the Irish cook for the Clarence Day family In the TV services, "Life With Father." tADIO PRODUCER DIES HOLLYWOOD, Dec. 16 (INS) —Judith Berry Brennan, 39, producer of top radio shows in New York and Hollywood for 14 years, died Thursday after a brief illness. Her most recent radio production was the Peter Potter show. WALLPAPER PAINTS AT Boumon Bros. 209 W WATrT^ sT. "Sine* 1870" Paintinq and Decoratina Hsadquartars for O'BRIEN PAINTS Christmas Party To Be Held Wednesday For Families At EOD REDS APPLAUD NEW UN MEMBERS— The Soviet delegation to the United Nation.s joins in the applause following the admission of 16 new nations to the UN at a dramatic night session. The delegates, second row. from left, arc: G. N. Zariibin, A. A. Sobolev, Jacob Malik, V. V. Kuznetsov. (NEA Telephotoi. PORT CLINTON, Dec. IB- Santa Claus will arrive at Erie Ordnance Depot on Wednesday night for the annual Christmas party for EOD employes and their families. The party will be held from 7 to 9 p. m., at the post restaurant with entertainment and Yulctlde music for the entire I'amll.v. Santa will be there all evening with gifts and candy for the children. Sponsored .lointly by the outgoing and incoming members of (he civilian welfare fund council, this party is one of the most widely attended events sponsored yearly by the council. Russell Deal, Part Cllntan, president of the 1955 council, Is co-ordlnator for the party. As' slating Deal will be George Mills, Oak Harbor, entertainment and gifts; Harry Cooley, FreVnont, refreshments; Max Geldine, Genoa, tickets; Neal Funkhouser, Oak Harbor, decorations; Florence Heid, Fremont, publicity, and Charles Brown, Oak Harbor, will be in charge of the decorations at the main gate. Deal will alto act as master of ceremonies. The asteroid Amor, discovered 1932, comes within 10,000,000 miles of the earth's orbit. BETTBR PLUMIIING * HEATING SERVICE G. B. Plumbing k HMilng Phone Castalia 8-S930 NEIGHBORING DEATHS AND FUNERALS Heart Attack Fatal To Snow Shoveler WILLARD, Dec. 16 —Forrest B. Shircy, 64, died of a heart attack about noon Thursday while .shoveling snow from sidewalks at his home, 513 W. Maple-si. A conductor for the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad, he had been on disability leave for five years I due to ill health. Mr. Shircy was born July 27, 1891 at Friendship, N. Y. and had lived here since 1912. He was a member of the Brotherhood of Railroad Trainmen and an associate member of the Veterans I of Foreign Wars. Surviving are his widow, Sarah; a daughter, Mrs. Iota Milmot, Fort Wayne, Ind.; two grandchildren and a brother, George, Willard. Funeral arrangements are to bo announced later by the Secor Funeral Home. MRS. FLORA SHEEHAN I WILLARD. Dec. 16 — Mrs. [Flora M. Sheehan, 68, died Thursday in Municipal Hospital after la lengthy Illness, She had resided 'here a year with a sister, moving from Canton. Mrs. Sheehan was born in Leesville, O. Surviving are two sisters, Mrs. W. F. Walker, Willard and Mrs. Esther Burns, Detroit and a brother, Lester Kelly, Canton. Her husband, William, preceded her in death in 195.0. Friends may call at the Secor Funeral Home, where services will be held at 1 p. m. Sunday, the Rev. John F. Herion, officiating. Burial is to be in the Leesville Cemet*ry. ROBERT D. FARIS NORWALK, Dec. 16—Robert D. Paris, 58, died unexpectedly Thursday afternoon in his home at 103 Linwood-av. Mr. Faris, born in Bridgeport, W. Va., was a veteran of World War 1 and was an interior and e.xterior decorator. He had lived here for the past three years. Surviving are his w i d o w, Ethlyn; three sons, Robert, Jr., Bridgeport; George, Fairmount, W. Va., and John, at home; three daughters, Mrs. Grady Morgan, Winston-Salem, N. C: Mrs. Edward Bennett, New York City and Miss Gretchen, at home, five grandchildren: a brother. Dr. George Faris. Glenside, Pa, and three sisters, Mrs. Chester Shinn and Florence Faris, both Bridgeport and Mi-s, Benjamin Shuttleworth, W. Va. I Friends may call a( tiie Kuhach .Funeral Home from 6 p. m. today until 11 a. m. Saturday. Services will be held at 7:30 p. m. tnd.-iy in the funeral home, the Rev. E m i 1 Holzhauser, officiating. The body will be taken Saturday afternoon to the Bartlett-Tucker Funeral Home, Bridgeport, for further services and burial on Monday. MRS. lANE McCLURE PORT CLINTON, Dec. 16 — Mrs. .lane McClurc, 90, a resident of 411 Jefferson-st, died Thursday in Magruder Memorial Hospital after a lengthy illness. She was born in Liverpool, England, but had spent most of her life in Lima, moving here with a daughter because of advanced age. Surviving are a daughter, Mrs. Caroline Rider, Port Clinton: a grandson, Frank Rider and several step-grandchildren. .She was preceded in death by her husband, Thomas Milton McClure. Friends may call at the Sanders Funeral Home, where services will be held at 2 p. m. Sunday, the Rev. Ernest Bigelow, officiating. Further services are to be held at 1 p. m. Monday in the Davis-Miller Funeral Home, Lima. Burial is to be in Woodlawn Cemetery in that city. lowing an of seven year.s. A native of North Dakota, Mr. White prior to his illness practiced his trade for 10 yeais in Elyria, where he was a member of the Carpenter's Union. Surviving are his widow, Lillian; a son, Basil, Jr., San- ''usky; a daughter, Mrs. Ilene Lo.v, Tiffin; .six grandchildren, five great-grandchildren; a brother, Newton, Wellington, and a sister, Mrs. Andrew DoFi-anco, here. Friends may call at the residence, where the Rosary will be recited at 8:30 p. m. today. Services will be held at 9:30 a. m, r iturday in St. Paul's Catholit Church, Msgr. H. R. Weger, officiating. Burial is to be in the Milan Cemetery with the Kubacli Funeral Home in charge of the arrangements. The male seahorse carries the eggs of its young and supplies them with oxygen through his blooci .'tream. At the end of the incubation period, 40-50 days, he expels the eggs as seacolts. BASIL WHITE NORWALK, Dec. 16 — Basil White, 69, a retired carpenter and resident of this city for the past 55 years, died Thursday at his home. 111 E. 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An Organ In Your Homt- Privafe Lessons and Music FOR ONLY $4.95 PER WEEK BE SURE AND HEAR . . , Franklin Shoop, organist in our vicinity for many years and manager of our piano & organ dept., will demonstrate ttie glorious natural tones of the Wurlltzer every night, 7:30 to 9:00 till Christmas. We were proud to have our Wurlitier organ used In the presentation of the "Messiah" recently. WILLIAMS MUSIC CENTER 428 W. MARKET ST. PHONE 1650 A. E. VIOLETTE IS NOW FEATURING The A. E. Violette Automatic Shock Proof Water Proof Incabolic Dust Proof What A Buy! For This Handsome All Around Watch FOR BETTER AND FASTER WATCH REPAIR A. E. VIOLETTE 211 W. Washington Row Ph. 5094 READ THE CLASSIFIED PAGES Give him handsome and practical accessories that will add a dashing touch to his wardrobe! Choose from our wide selection of fine quality gift items . . . just a few shown here. Shop to day! 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