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December 20, 1955

The Sandusky Register from Sandusky, Ohio · Page 11

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Fine Pair For Violation Of Ohio's Blue Law YOUNGSTOWN. Dec. 20 (INS) —Two Youngslown independent bargain store operators who Violated Ohio's Blue Law by do- i ig business on Sunday have been each fined $25 and costs. The intences were handed lo Jack Stenberg, owner of the Giant Bargain Center, and Emil Kcich, operrtor oi the Bargain Port, by Judge Robert B. Nevin Monday. The judge .said the defendants failed to convince him that they were "selling necessities." Mother's Club Has Yule Program At Meeting In Milan MILAN, Dec. 20 ~ ClirislmHs at Home" was theme of the program presented to the Milan Mothers' Club at the regular meeting In the school auditorium. Grades six, seven • and eight, sang under the direction of Mrs. Jack Mayer and Mr^. John' Wild and choral speaking under Roger Jones were pioRiam features. Announcer was Donald Gfeli. — After the program. Mrs. William Oetzel, president, held a short business meeting. Com- mittes gave reports. Mrs. .lames Limbird, Jr., chairman of th*? educational committee, announced the school's public program for grades four to 12. Vacation starts Wednesday after school is reces.sed for the day. Mrs. Robert Keller, program chairman, announced that the January meeting is to be guest night and all mothers and fathers are urged to attend. Margaret Slater, a member of the Toledo police department, will be the guest speaker. Refreshments were served by a eommitte headed by Mrs. Romana Shaney, chairman. MRS. MINNIE STEIN MONROEVILLE, Dec. 20 — Mrs. Minnie Stein, 88, a resident of Pontlac, died Mon«lay In the home of a daughter, Mrs. William Stotz, Fremont, after a lengthy illness. She had been In Fremont for the»past month. Mrs. Stein was born in Peru- tp and spfjnt her life in that vicinity. She was a lifelong member of St. Peter's Lutheran Church, Pontiac, and a charter member of its Women's MLssion- ary Society. Surviving are two daughters, Mrs. Stotz in Fremont and Mrs. Arthur Stotz, rural Monroeville; a son, Adolph, rural Monroeville; i eight grandchildren and 12 great­ grandchildren. She was preceded in death by her husband, Henry, in 194.'5 and a son, Walter, in 1S)4(). Fiiends may call after 1 p. m. Wednesday at the Drake Funeral Home. Services will be held at 2:^0 p. m. Thursday in St. Peter's Church, Pontiac, the Rev. Ralph Ground, officiating. Burial is to be in Riverside Cemetery. Services-Set-For Wife Of Official COLUMBUS, Dec. 20 fUPj Services will be held Thursday nere for Mrs. Marian Dunn, wife of Ohio Assistant Atty. Gen. Eagleton F. Dunn. Mrs. Dunn died at her home Monday evening following a long illness. GERRIT SHAARDA WILLARD, Dec. 20 — Gerrit Shaarda, 66, a carpenter and contractor, died Monday in his home at Ccleryville after an illness of three months. He was born May 20, 1889 in the Netherlands and came to the United States .when three years old. Mr, Shaarda moved to Celeryville 10 years ago from Cleveland and was a member of the Willard Reformed Church at Celeryville. Surviving are his widow, Alice; three daughters, Miss Florence, at home: Mrs. Willard Draye, Cleveland and Mrs. Herman Moll, Celeryville; two sons, John, Lakewood and Donald, Grand Rapids, Mich,; nine grandchildren; four brothers, Wieb, McBaine, Mich., and Tom and John and Sam Damhoff, all Celeryville and two sisters, Mrs. Jeanette Brown, Evansville, Ind., and Mrs. Jo£_Faransens, Holland, Mich Friends may call at the Fink Funeral Home until Thursday noon. Services will be held at 2 p. m. Thursday in the Celeryville Church, the Rev. Marvin Beelen, officiating. Burial is to be in New Haven Cemetery. ARTHUR J. STEFFENS CATAWBA ISLAND, Dec. 20 —Word has been received here that Arthur J. Steffens, 75, died unexpectedly Sunday in his home at 12700 Shaker-blvd, Cleveland. He was a former island resident and had planned to spend the holidays with his son and family in Charlotte, N. C. Surviving are his widow, Effie: two sons, Harry, Cleveland and Arthur, Jr., Charlotte; a daughter, Mrs. Samuel Schumaker, Cleveland; three grandchildren and three brothers, Harry, Cleveland and Charles and Ralph, both rural Port Clinton. Funeral services were held this afternoon in St. Paul's Episcopal Church, Cleveland. Burial was in Lakevlew Cemetery, Cleveland. Attending from here were Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Steffens, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Ballard. Charles Steffens, Mrs, Arthur Disher and Mrs. Earl Gardner. JOSEPH L. OEHE NORWALK, Dec. 20 — Word was received here Monday of the death Saturday of Joseph L. Dehe at the Veterans' Administration Hospital in Bay Pines, Fla., following an illness of several years. Mr. Dehe. who spent most of his life in this city and neighboring Monroeville, was a lieutenant in he local Company (} of the Nation- il Guaid and following World War i assisted with its reorganization. Surviving are two daughters, Mrs. Helen Stramel, SI. Petersburg, Fla,, and Mrs. .losephine Kelher. Cleveland; six grandchildren and two brothers, Fred, Sandusky and Will in Michigan. He was preceded in death by a son, Robert C, who was a battle cas ualty in the African theater during World War 2, and a daughter, Mrs. Jjoretta Hill, two years ago. Services were hold today at the Wilhelm Funeral Homo, St. Petersburg, with burial in Memorial Park Cemetery in that city. Nurse, Airman Live In Texas Following Trip MISS ROSE FISHER FREMONT, Dec. 20 — Funeral services for Miss Rose Fisher, 94, retired teacher who died Saturday at Memorial Hospital, were held today at the Keller Funeral Home. A native of Fremont, she was a teacher in Toledo schools for 20 years. Surviving are a sister and a brother, Mrs. Edward Fought, Toledo, and Henry G. Fisher, Springfield. Burial was in Oakwood Cemetery. MRS. WILLiAM~BECK FREMONT, Dec. 20 — Funeral services for Mrs. William H. Beck, 78, Fremont, who died Sunday in St. Petersburg, Fla., are pending at the Keller Funeral Home here. A lifelong Fremont resident, she is survived by a son, Robert Poorman, Pontiac, Mich., two stepdaughters, seven grandchildren and a brother. SCHAEM'S JEWEIERS Bmf^ your CHRISTMAS m ?mG mi Now Located Across from Sears and next to Citizens Bank at 154 E. Market St. MRS. JAMES RAVFIELD (Lula Mae Eskrldge) —Mound Following a honeymoon trip through the eastern states, Mr. and Mrs. James Rayfield (Lula Mae Eskridgc) are living at El- Paso, Texas, where the bridegroom is stationed with the United States Air Force. The wedding of the two Sandusky High school graduates tool- place on Thanksgiving Day in Second Baptist Church. The r .ev. Richard Ashburn officiated at the 2:30 p. m. ceremony. Mrs. Lavina Hunter was organist and Mrs. Beverly Jean Bryant soloist. The bride, a graduate of Providence Hospital School of Nursing, also attended Ohio State University. She is the daughter of Mr, and Mrs. Clarence Esk­ ridgc, 1224 S. Depot-st. The bridegroom, who resided here with his aunt, Mrs. Zeck Davis, is the son of John of Columbus, O., anc. the late Mrs. Rayfield. He attended Agricultural-Technical College at Greensborough, N. C. Given in marriage by her father, the bride's gown was a Murray Hamburger original of imported Alencon lace over Skinners satin, styled with basque | bodice, long tight sleeves and a cathedral train. Her fingertip veil was held by a crown of seed pearls and she carried a white Bible with two white orchids. Honor attendant was the bride's sister, Marilyn in floor- length nylon chiffon, worn with a velvet bolero Jacket and matching velvet plateau hat and accented with yenow carnatloni tn a colonial bouquet. Other attendants, gowned in pink and carrying pink carnattong were Mary Belle Evans, Mamie Gres- an, both of Columbus, Geraldine Ewkridge, from Ft. Bragg, N. C. and Janie Moore, a classmate at Provldenc. Hospital. • wer girl was the bride's sister. Shannon, In accordlan f)1««ted bitie njrlon and a blue bandeau headdress. Her flower basket contained yellow and oink carnations. Best man win Elwood Clemens and ushers were Clarence Esk­ ridgc, Jr., Richard Rice, William Strauder and Thomas Darden. The reception immediately after the ceremony was at Union hall on W. 'Perklns-av. For the occasion the bride's mother wore a rhlnestone-trlm- med mauve taffeta dress and the bridegroom's aunt a two-piece blue wool. Orchid corsages accented their ensembles. Suffers Bruises In Local Crash John Clark, 33S W. Market-st, Treated; Three Vehlelea In- folved. GRANGE NEWS TOWNSEND GRANGE Townsend Grange 2451 held Its annual Christmas party recently. During the business meeting Kleo Lang announced that the signs to direct patrons and guests to the Grange meeting place are ready for lettering. Frank Ensign is in charge of the lettering and erect- ng. Twenty Grange families attended the lecture hour under the direc- iton of August Wilhelm. Santa Claus came and distributed gifts to Juveniles and adults. After carols were sung, a lunch was served. Industrialization Soars in Dixie John Clark, 225 W. Market-st, was treated at Providence Hospital Monday afternoon for abdominal bruises received in a three-way accident at Perkins-av and Campbell-st. He was taken to the hospital by Frey ambulance Other vehicles involved in the accident were a car driven by John L. Crooks, 410 Rockwell-st, and an oil truck driven by Harold Schell, and owned by Michaux and Burnett, operators of the Sandusky Gulf Refining Co. plant. Tuesday Night Club Holds Yule Supper MILAN, Dec. 20 — Mrs. Robert Schlessman entertained members of the Tuesday Night Club with a Christmas potluck supper. Each member received a gift from her secret sister and secret sisters were revealed. Plans were made for the club to help a needy family for Christmas. New secret sisters were selected for the coming year. Mrs. Arthur Schlessman was presented a Xmas corsage for tier birthday. Awards for the evening went to Mrs. Iruin Ohiemacher, Mrs. John Alego. Mrs. Clinton Mitchell. .Mrs. Arthur Schlessman, Mrs. Howard Lindsley, Mrs. Paul Zorn, Mrs. Herbert Schlessman, Mrs. Other members present were d Edward Schlessman, Mrs. Milton Ohiemacher, Miss Marguerite Greene, Miss Murland Seigel, Mrs. Ilo Ohiemacher, and the hostesses, Mrs. Robert Schlessman and Mrs. Clinton Mitchell. WASHINGTON. Dec. 20 (INS) The Census Bureau continues to dole out piece-meal bits of information on the 1954 census of agriculture. The latest report shows that 56 percent of the 599-769 drop in number of farms between 1950 and 1954 occurred in the South. Census didn't say so, but o "ier officials point out that the trend of industrialization has been more rapid in the South than elsewhere In recent years. WANT ADS BRING RESULTS Thief Does His Yule Shopping KEYPORT, N. J., D«c. 20 (INS) -A thief. Interested In doing his Christmas shopping early, entered the Kejrport Electrical Supply company over the week-end. He took $900 in Christmas loot, including 27 boxes of Christmas lights, two electric train sets a rotary broiler, ar electric blanket and $100 tn cash. REOISTEH-ilTAP wrwp II tutHnkf, o., tnei., Dee. M, IfSI BOB'S TV noMn •!!« KpncMNV TV seilvtct aaOl MUan Rd. PhOB* 772 Co-«il School Out CRYDON. ENGLAND, Dec. 20 (UP)—Crydon town councillors Monday turned down a plan to establish an American-style coeducational high school because it might "unsettle" the youngsters. WANT ADS BRING RESULTS FOR CHRISTMAS MUSIC LESSONS With Inttrumant FurnlahMl I en our Trial CoufM. Call 1150. Willioms Music Ctntcr 42S W. Market St. Ph. 16M Fremont Postal Cqncollotions Up FREMONT, Dec. 20 — Heavy mall received at Fremont post- office caused a delivery to be made Sunday here, the first on a Sunday for two years. Ray Sprunk, assistant postmaster, said cancellations the first 17 days of December exceeded those of the same period last year by 73,800 pieces. Twice a day deliveries for thej remainder of this week were ordered. FURNITURE —for Christmas The Proctical Gift from C. A. GOOD FURNITURE CO. SM PUTlJIaf^T* ^° ""^ FURNITURE Hi PUTNAM ST. SANDUSKY PH ITAI Stor. Hour, f A. M. to I P. M. ET.,, D.?UnH7a.";tml! FREE PARKING A PIANO DID YOU SAY? BOY! w» Hav* Just R«c«ive<! 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