The Sandusky Register from Sandusky, Ohio on December 19, 1955 · Page 13
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The Sandusky Register from Sandusky, Ohio · Page 13

Sandusky, Ohio
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Monday, December 19, 1955
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PENINSULA NEWS Twa R«fign From Police Department In Port Clinton PORT CLINTOM, Dec. 1»- KmlgaatloiM of two membert •I the |N>llc« department were preiented Copt. Wllllom Robcl •nd oil Immediate request for a civil gervice examination to •upply an eligibility list was liiade by Mayor Harold Jeremy. Harold "Nook" Masing. 23, appointed to the force lasl Jan. 1, teiigned effective Dec. 15. His letter of resignation said he is leaving the department for better paying workA adding he had enjoyed his affillaflon with police work . here. Masing reportedly will become a guard at the new Ford plant near Sandusky. Louis Dreler, 61, radio desk man Since Oct. 15, 1940, and secoml oldest member of the department in point of service, notified Capt. Robel that he wishes to retire Jan. I. He will be eligible for police pension fund payments. He indicated he will remain on the job until Jan. 15 or so if the department is short handed. Masing 's resignation leaves the department, as of now, with seven men: Capt. Robel, William Keesor Loren Hendrix, William Faust, Boyd Austin, Urban Seufert and ^relcr. Faust is the newest officer, Appointed last May, when the last examination for patrolman was neld. There is no current eligibility list Civil Service examination for patrolmen will be given Jan. 6. Council Stts Parly CATAWBA ISLAND, Dec. 19— Farm Mu-eau Council Group 4 AvlU hold its Christmas dinner and party in the Nancj Lincoln r om of Log Cabin Inn thi? wed- nv,-sday 6:30 p. m. Reservations should be made with Mrs. Hugh Kihlken. CATAWBA ISLAND WANT ADS BRING RESULTS MRS. EDWARD LUDWIO Correspondent Mrs. A. H. Rofkar accompanied her cousin, Mrs. William Johnson, Brooklyn, Mich., on a trip to Florida, leaving Friday by auto. They will .spend the winter at Sulpher Sprln^js. Mr. and Mrs. D. C. Shores were Saturday dinner guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. William Sass, Danbur>'. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Sergen, Sr., attended the Christmas television program of Rlngling Bros, and Barnum & Bailey Circus at winter quarters, Sarasota, Fla., Fri- dfiy evening. Representative William Rofkar attended the legislative service commission meeting the state capitol, which reviewed a proposed bill to improve drainage laws of Ohio. Mr.s. Otto Hess has received word of the birth of a daughter to Mr. and Mrs. Richard Hess, Toledo. This makes Mrs. a fefeat-grandmothcr for the second time. Pupils of the local school were given smallpox and diphtheria innoculations this past v .<k. Mrs. Betty Fall and Mrs. A. D. M' ssner attended the Trapp Open to 9 P. M. Tonight And All This Week at 1:USSINS & FEART Reg. $L98_Musical CLOCK Pan for kiddies! Hickory Dick- ory Ding! Turn the handle for music and SURPRISE a mouse Jump* out and cat opens eyes. FREE PARKING 409 E. MARKET ST. 2926 Family concert at Norwalk school. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Cooper and Mr. and Mrs. Harold Dank- lefion attended the Christmas party of the As You Like It Club members and husbands in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Orvllle Payne. Mrs. Willard Brady is visiting Mr. and Mrs. Glen Waldorf at New London. Annual Christmas party, preceded by a pot-luck supper, for employes and their families of the Northern Ohio Telephone Co. was held in the Port Clinton club rooms. Mr. and Mrs. James Peltier and children and Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Owen and children attended from here. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Brown, Rocking Chair Cove, have received word of the birth of a son to Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Brown. Akron. The baby has been named Arthur Eugene. Mrs. Lester DuBrie had as a guest for three days, her sister- in-law, Mrs, Stanley DuBrie. Grosse Point. Mich. Their nephew, William Detlinger, brought Mrs. DuBrie here while he spent three days at Kenyon College. Mr. and Mrs. D. C. Shores had as Sunday dinner guests, Mr. and Mrs. Herman Norciman and Mr. and Mrs. John Nv.bcc of Toledo. Mrs. Ida Frenzcl and Mrs. Charles Gintert remain patients at Magruder Hospital. Mrs. Elden Wiechman was hostess to the Chapel Mothers for the regular meeting and Christmas party. A gift exchange was held. Mrs. Melvin Ballard and Mrs. Edwin Williams were recent Sandusky visitors. The Catawba Island Ladies Afternoon Club met with Mrs. Fred Norwood. Roll call was "Fashions" and Mrs. Arthur Disher presented "Shocking Life" by Schiaparelli. Fourth Youth Gets Eagle Scout Award PORT CLINTON, Dec. 19 - The high achievement of Eagle Scout 'ank came to Thomas Edwards, son of Mr. and Mrs. M. J. Edwards, Madlson-st, at the District Court of Honor in Ottawa-co common pleas court room. Young Edwards became the (ourth local Scout to receive the novetetd honor in 1955, after a long period in which Ottawa-co had no new Eagle Scouts. He is a member of the Explorer troop and was one of the boys going to Philmont Boy Scout Ranch in New Mexico last summer. Phillip Beltz, Charles Simon, and LaMar Richardson became Eagle Scouts this fall. Monday, nfcemftir 19, i!)5.% THE SANDUSKY REOI8Tril.8TAR.llIWi It Port Clinton Gets Ice Skating Rink PORT CLINTON, Dec. 19 - The ice fkating rink on the waterworks park baseball diamond is flooded, illuminated, and already providing local children and adults with a safe place to skate. Street department employes did a good Job of grading and banking the skating place, and firemen have been adding layers of ice by (looding it from the river. Lights po on about 6:30 p. m. daily. Safety Service Director Walter Wagener supervised the rink and Police Captain William Robel did much work in aiding the project. Set Lighting Event At Catawba Island PERKINS AVENUE SHOPPING CENTER Fasfesf Growing Shopping Center In Erie Co.~free Parking Background Tangled Soar By UNITED PRESS The Saar became a political unit for the first time in 1910 under the treaty of Versailles, but its tangled background goes back as far as the ancient disputes between France and Germany. It is a 900-square mile area—-about three times the size of New York City—in the mountains between France and Germany. It is rich in coal and steel which both Germany and France need and want. Saarlanders are linked by ancient cultures and the German language to Germany, but economically they have long been tied to France. Franc* needs its coal and steel worse than Germany. In 1919 the Saar was made an autonomous territory administered by France under the League of Nations. A plebiscite in 1935 returned it to German control by a vote of more than 90 percent. In 1940 Adolph Hitler annexed the territory. With the end of World War 2 France again sought the rich territory. It was taken from Germany and placed under French military occupation but retained a government that was autonomous—in principle. The big powers decided In 1947 the territory shottld be separated from G«rmany and tied in with French economy. Later under a French proposal, It would become a "Europcanized" territory administered by a neutral official. The disposition of the Saar remained a sore point with both Germany and many Saarlanders and after lengthy talks between French and German leaders the Saar endorsed the Europeaniza- tion formula by a large majority in election of 1952. The French National Assembly rejected the European Defense Community under which the Saar was to operate and the crisis flared anew. This time France and Germany agreed on a Europeanlzed Saar within the Western European Union. Another plebiscite was held last October and the Saar overwhelmingly rejected the Europeanlzation status. The government fell and Sunday's parliamentary elections became necessary. The results indicated the Saar is once more leaning toward Germany. Cut Yule Program; Lack Auditorium CATAWBA ISLAND, Dec. 19- The Christmas program generally presented with closing of the local school for the holiday recess, will of necessity be dispensed with this year. Auditorium .space is required for use as classrooms due to furnace repairs underway. Pupil will however, sing Christmas carols and have a Christmas observance among them.selves before the close of school Friday at 2 p, m. Classes will resume Jan. 3. CATAWBA ISLAND, Dec. 19 The civic committee of Catawba Island Garden Club has completed plans for the community Christmas lighting project sponsored by the club. Cash will be awarded the best of three classifications, namely: front, door, picture window and general lawn and out-of-door decoration. Non-resident judges will name the winners,. All decoratios must be in place by Christmas Eve and all residents are invited to participate. Mrs. Arthur Maloy is chairman of the committee and is being assisted by Mrs Q Clemens, Mrs. H. Rishel and Mrs. Clarence Brown. SET SCHOOL VACATION WILLARD, Dec. 19— Willard schools will close for the Christmas vacation on Tuesday at 3 p. m., Superintendent Ralph Mc Cambridge announces. Classes will reconvene at 8:30 on Jan. .i. Auxiliary Elects CATAWBA ISLAND, Dec. 19 Members of the Catawba Island Chamber of Commerce Auxiliary held election of officers at the Christmas party at the Jai Lai Club in Gypsum recently, which resulted as follows, president, Mrs. Charles Letterhaus; vice president, Mrs. Riegel Fetterman; secretary, Mrs. William Wilkins; corresponding secretary, Mrs. Thomas Claubaugh and treasurer, Mrs. Eric Staff. CD Director Quits FREMONT, Dec. 19— Arnie D Bradley, Fremont, has resigned as director of civil defense for Fremont and Sandusky-co. He has been director the last six months and gave added duties in his job as his reason for resigning. Us !>: an inspector for the Ohio bureau of mines. Club Picks Officers CATAWBA ISLAND, Dec. 19 —Election of officers was held at the recent meeting of Mother's Club, which resulted as follows: President, Mrs. A. H. Rofkar; vice-president, Mrs. Wllburt McRitchie and secretary-treasurer, Bellevue To Get Drive-In Theater BELLEVUE, Dec. 19— ing announced by the Theater Co., Fremont, will erect a new drive-in ater on State Route 269. It is be Strand that the The tract of land consists of 10 acres and was part of the Flick er farm, about three miles north of the city. It is said that the theater will have a capacity of .500 cars and is to open in late March. Mrs. Willard Grover. This was the Christmas party and dinner at Ken's when Cheer Chums were revealed and new ones for 1956 drawn. A gift exchange also took place. EGGER'S CENTER PATENT MEDICINE STORE — TINY TOT SHOP Perkins Av«. . . . between Campbell and Hayes "Where Parking Is A Pleasure . . . Friendship Ii Our Goal" Patent Medicines — Lotions. — Cosmetics CHRISTMAS TOYS Fine selection of dolls at the lowest possible price. COMPLETE ASSORTMENT OF CHRISTMAS GREETING CARDS. WRAPPINGS. TREE LIGHT SETS and BULBS. HOURS —1:00 A. M. to 8:00 P. M. WOLF'S MEN'S SHOP — ART'S BARBER SHOP WE GIFT WRAP 4k The Nicest Present You, the Motorist, Ever Received . . . Ohio Wrapped in ASPHALT RIBBONS Yes. they're wrapping Ohio in Asphalt ribbons . . . and for you, the motorist, it's a lucky break, because Asphalt roads are better riding, more durable, and more economical to construct and maintain. Comfort-wise, or tax-wise ... you can't beat Asphalt for paving roads. The rate of selecting asphalt flexible type paving on all State Highway systems increased from a low of 1,973 miles in 1930, to an amazing total of 16,334 miles in 1953. During the some period, selection of Portland Cement concrete or rigid type paving declined from a high of 8,814 miles to 1,362 miles per year. — Source: Maryland Asphalt Association, Inc. All roads are Asphalt eventually... why not NOW? Offlo ROAD IMPROVEMENT CO. Sandusky^ Ohio This Christinas Give Her A Curtis Kitchen That Will Stay New Every Year For The Rest of Her Life in your CURTIS KITCHIN Your new kitchen on esprcss the warm informality uf natural wood, with ready-to-install Curiis cabinets! The new Curtis kitchtni are available in beautiful birch, ready to lake the popular blonde or natural wood fintshcf. Or, if you prefer a painted kitchen, your Cunis cabinet* will come to you tinish-coated in white, ready for your own color ideas. Come in and see these beautiful cabtncta—and learn about the 5 3 moderncooven- iencc features they bring you! We have iust unloaded anottier car of their beautiful Curtis Kitchens, making possible immediate tlelivery. Free EsUmatea Convenient Terms, Expert Planning ERIE COUNTY'S LARUEST KITCHEN DEALERS PH. 44 13 PERKINS A!^.^B60Ra «OWABir«RRUABLE #RESP0N5IBLI Piano Students Present Recitals MST. two RELLKVUE. Dec. 19 — John Swcpt, Sr., presented groups of piano students on suc- ce.s.sive evenings last week. The first group included: James and Judy Lipps, Vickl and Linda Coup, Sherr\- Taggart. Marc McClain, Jeffrey Crosby, Robert Strohl, Francis Hunt, William Harris, Janet Miller, Becky Sue Frederick, Susan Raish, Nancy Hart andh Marilyn Paul. Also presented were: John and William Degler, Jean and Sue Dctlefsen, Jody and Margaret Monarch!, Stephen Spring­ er, Sally vickcry. DavM Kttin. Allen Has«elb«ch, Shirlejr RMi. Elln and Rhea Hubble, Ml Billings and Marlene PoDey. 2,442 Willordifes Get Chttt X-Rayt WILLARD, Dec. 19— rr«« che -st X-rays were given to J,442 Willard area people during the visit of the two units recently, a«cording to Miss Maliel ShermMI, Huron-co nurse. The Huron-co department o* health and the Tuberculosli and Health Association, joint apon- sors of the county-wide scrvlet, were assisted here by the public health committee of the FedCT- ation of Women 's Clubs. OPEN TILL 9:00 TONIGHT TOYS and GIFTS Greatly Reduced Dovy Crockett Wogon Structo Steam Shovel Trucks & Trailers Auto Transport Fire Chief Cars Form Tractors Tricycles Pool Tables Easel Desk Blackboards Nestle's Cookie Maker Sets Cake Mix Sets — Candy makers Sets Miniature Revere Ware Sets Mirro Baking Sets Soda Fountain Sets Susy Goose Housekeeping Sets Plastic Tea Sets Slinky Trains Jack in the Music Box Bingo Gomes Mickey Mouse Gome Box Three Ring Circus Davy Crockett Indian Dart Gam#-j| Monopoly Clickety-Clok Chinese Checkers American Logs Frontierlond Logs Toy Motels Tools For Dad Berz-o-Motic Stoves — Torches Lionel & American Flyer Electric Trains Gifts For Mother Electric Tosoters — Mixers Fry-Wells —Steam Irons Skillets —Revere Ware Starter Sets —Cameras Wall Clocks Open Every Nite Till Xmas Your Family Gift Center Snow Shovels — De-Ice Your Walks with Ic« f<f PLUMBINO HEATIN6--HARDWARI 4I9W.PERKIN5AVI, PH0Ne4Ki USE OUR LAYAWAY PLAN • FREE PARKING

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