The Sandusky Register from Sandusky, Ohio on December 19, 1955 · Page 12
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December 19, 1955

The Sandusky Register from Sandusky, Ohio · Page 12

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» REOlSTEI^ST^ft MEWS Hoi/ Train 381, fff/e Engine hat 'Couldn't' r ••"MllW YORK, Dec. IP (UP) - •jpie New Haven Railroad's train S91 was featured in tlie New York Herald Tribune todav as "The little engine that couldn't —how train 381 gets an hour 1 le." The New Haven, Conn., to New York train was due to arrive at 11:55 a. m. instead as a result of the following delays: Five minutes leaving New Haven waiting for a connection with an express: seven minutes in Norwalk because of low water in the locomotive's boiler; four riiinutes at South Norwalk and Darien bocaiisp of slow loading of passengers; fi \T niinu((>s to let -n express go ahead at. South Norvva''; four minutes at South Norwalk wailing for a flagman to lelurn; iivc minutes at Darien due to flood washouts; 27 minutes at Stamford to replace locomotive; three minutes at Greenwich to let another train pass. Huron Moioni Mttt Osteopaths Hear College Head At HURON, Dee. 19 - Marks Lodge. .•i5(^ FAM will hold n regular meeting at 7:30 p. m. Tuesday \t\ the Masonic Temple. Work will be in the entered appi entice degree, with Master Mason examinations., rnd refreshmcnl .s will be served.! December Meet .1. M. Pr«eh. Kansas City, and Mrs. riarenee Na^el. .Sandus- k .v, Heard hy Two Groups, Musical Program Sfuder^fs Of Perfcms Dec. 21 The Second District Academy of Osteopathic Physicians and Sm'- j ^y Sfl /C/enfS Of |geon< held its December meeting ' - iat Rockwell Springs Trout Club,, iGuest speaker was .1, M. F''eacli, 'president of Kansas City College of At 8 p. m. on Wednesday. Dec. Osteopathy and Surgery, who dis! '21. nearlv 100 bo.ys and girls at '^e rai.sing of standards ofj ' , . . , ,,, , iu« 3II colleges and offered a com-l iPerkms school will Present the ^^^j^^,, • musicaj^ program entitled Sing 3^^, nstenpafhic and medical col-i ^ ^^^^ a nationwide basis. ' Kmphasi.s was placed on the fad colleges are For Christmas. Directed by Miss Claire SI. Clair, this program wiJI also he,,. ^, .offered to the elementary grade.,!""" H « "^<f ^"P «'hK !on Tue.sdav morning and the „p-l'"PP"'''*''^ "-^ Iper grades at Perkins on Wednes.n"^ ''V "'' '-^''f^'-^' f""f"<* 'mics both by hand and hy the usef jof molds. She explained in detail ,and process of glazina a finished iproduct and displayed nearly 1(K) items which she had made In her shop. Members allending the mcetinK were: Dr. -lack Wright Toledo; l)r and Airs, '(.'j-orge O. Hoover Obcrlin: Dr. and Mis. Forest Viidcr. Bcllcvue: Di'. Hobcil Car ver. Lakeside; Dr, and Mrs. L. fi. VValson. Avon; Dr. and Mis A. rr Fuller. FremonI; Dr. and ,\Ir,s. R. .1. Mickey, Lorain; Dr. ,'Mid Mrs. riicliard Blckman. Berlin Heights: Dr. Howard Smith. Mon- ioe\'ille; Dr. and Mrs. Nelson Musson. Fremont: Dr. and Mrs. Herbert Hnovcr. F I y r i a. Dr. and Mrs. Robert Kromer, Dr. and Mrs ,(ohn Keckler. Dr. and Mrs. .laities VVrlker. Miss Martha Loudenslagel, Dr. and Mrs. Frank I. Hendricks and Dr. ;nul .Mrs. Harrison W Prail. all of Sandusky. day morning. The chorus will sing several or private endowment. Guest speaker for I he Christmas Fete For Willard Youth Set carols, with choral reading di-'nuxiliary was Mrs. Clarence Nagei reeled by Miss Katherine Miley. |of Helen's Hobby Haven. Sandus- Solos will be by Sue Smith and ky. Mrs. N'agel related a history iPeggy Lindslry. The trio of S'eve and background of potter.\' and iLentz. George Kait,sa and Terry demonstrated the making of cera- I Leber will sing. Narrators will be: Veva Wilson and Virginia Dean.j First, second, third and fourth graders will also sing. ] Assisting the director will be; iBernard Palmer and Mi.ss Joanne Nielsen, decorations: Robertj Mitchell, stage manager: Mi.ss; Mary Lucille Smith, programs; Miss' Sara Lou Roth, costumes, and Mrs. Harrison W. Pratt, publicity. The camel's three-chambered stomach is remai'kable because adies (he chamber 'uiou n as the "paunch" lodtres in ii^ walls a ' e collection of "water cclK" in which can be stored as much as one and one-half gallons of water. WILLARD, Dec. lit — The annual Christmas party which Willard children look forward to each year will be held Thursday at 10 a. m. in the Temple 1 heater. The tree movie and treat for all children here is sponsored by the Veterans of P'orcign Wars, American Legion, Eagles, Elk and Moose lodges. C. M. Boyer, proprietor of the theater, co-operates with the organizations in providing a suitable movie and cartoons. John Vesterman, VFW commander, is in charge of arrangements. The planning committee includes John C. Teeple of the Elks: A. A. Draiine. Moose: Lester Ha.ves. Eagles: Gei-' aid Snook, American Legion and Vestcrman, VFW. Open to 9 P. M. Tonight And All This Week at CUSSINS & FEARN Select Judges For Bellevue Contest ! BELLEVUE, Dec. 13 —Latest! announcement concerning the' ioutside lighting contest for home! owners of Bellevue and the areai says that the Junior Chamber of Commerce has selected the following as judges: Mrs. John Appleby, Dr. James Billings, William Aigler and Harold Detlef- Judging will take place on or about Wednesday. Winners will :§ selected in the following basis; IrffslU' meTitr -tJrigtnality. lighting techniques and ingenuty. Entry deadline is Tuesday. 00 Aluminum ^ 6 Tumbkrs CohwKil iilwninuin 12-ounce tvmMm in popular Mardi- Qrwt r —ttv—w. Xaah ie dif- feKtMy «40Kd. Attraetive^ bowed. FREE PARKING ^09 E. MARKET ST. PH. 2926 THE NEW MAGIC DISC ELNA PORTABLE pick your stitch and drop it in! It's a« easy as playing a record! Costs no more than ordinary advanced portables. No attachments to screw on, no dials to turn. Just drop in the right Magic Disc and you turn out exquisite fancy stitching automatically! No sewing experience needed. Make beautiful clothes from atart to 6nish! PUSH-BUTTON ECCHI AUTOMATIC Only tewing machine in th« world that mokes complete buttonhole* automatically—with one uninterrupted molioni An exclutive new Necchi di»c doei It alll Doe.s a week's mending aiifl (lariiing automationIIv — in mere minutes! Tapcr-mnnograms .so pertertly, .so aut(,tnatically you'll tiiiiik it actually tirttes! Makes tinlivittccl fancy stitrlies iu'\er before possible on anv t;il)incf sewing macliinc! Come in ... see \\li\' THK SE.ASON'S BEST is NECC:Hi NECCHI-ELNA automatic ZIGZAGGER Own You con own a NECCHIBci for as little as $f |Ag5 EASY TERMS LIBERAL TRADE-INS the Best ior as Xittle as $1.00 a Week converts your straight stitch sewing machine to an automatic Th««« dccorativ* atiUh** — and many mer* — can b« mad* en your old machinel • F'icl a disc! 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