The Sandusky Register from Sandusky, Ohio on December 20, 1955 · Page 17
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The Sandusky Register from Sandusky, Ohio · Page 17

Sandusky, Ohio
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Tuesday, December 20, 1955
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'56 furnifw Saason Points To Blinding Of All Periods By JANE COCHRAN SAN FRANCISCO - Americans apparently can t make up ihclr minds wl^en it eomti to selecting furnitiirt. F*or that reason, furniture tor the 1956 season features considerable blending from all periods of design influence and the new styles will be easily interchangeable under almost any circumstance. A survey made by the western merchandise mart In advance of IM winter market which will be held in San Francisco Feb. 6 through 10 points up t^is trend. The surveyors noted that mod- trn, American Colonial, Provincial, Kalian Provincial, Scandinavian Directoire and Queen Anne are the major design points...but they are never fully drawn out. Usually a suggestion here and there is combined with a modern appearance to create a warm, usable furniture piece. And, be- caiLse of this variety of influence, there is far greater possibility for individual looking designs. ' The surveyors found that, numerically, Italian Provincial and Scandinavian influenced designs are probably the strongest, particularly among west coast case goods and upbolstery manufacturers. Pumice finish, on upholstered frames and matching occasional! tables, emphasizes the Italian Provincial feeling while Scandinavian Influences appear in high back chairs with sweeping, sculptured .silhouettes. Upholstered pieces Roneralb' will he slim in feeling. The surveyors n o 1 e d that even traditionally beefy" stylists have created lighter scaled pieces while maintaining broad arms and a "solid" look, But, just to prove-ithat furniture ir. alwa.vs an unpredictable thing, firms which in the i nst have endorsed architectural thin-line styl- in will be offering a luiler, more comfortable looking bulk appearance. One point generally noted is ex- | posed li-ames and off-the-floor slyl-' I ing, even in American Colonial' i pieces. Sectionals, long popular in the west, will receive a tlood of newi treatments in 1956 as manufactur-i ers throughout tlie country recog-i niie their practicality ... they seat; more people in less space. Much work also has been done tturing the past .Near in tlie improved design of dual purpose seating-sleeping units. Greater convenience in engineering will be, seen in the new styles as well as' noteworthy strides in the direction! of a less bulky appearance. ! In the high fashion level of furni- j ture, non-glossy teak is expected 1 to be a significant style note andj ithe "woody" look will be important i in all price ranges. | Another style note will be plastic! treatment in several higli style' modern lines. One western pro-|CoiiplC Inipr0y #t At ducor will use white plastic '"sets,r j UJ *««»2**« I •against dark walnut graining for ^OnaUSRy nOSpiTQI a., elegant-looking s^roii)). Detail toiichcs will be im-^ PUT-IN-BAV, Dec. 20—Favor- portant — for example, hardware "Lj't- repoits have been received has been used to create fresh it'"'" Mi"- and Mrs. Sherman moods. lirelz, of Middle, who have Brass is giving way In burnished i^i-'eu under doclor's care at Good chrome, pewter and copper-high- Samaritan Hospital. Sandusky, lighted pewter, Uor tlie pasl. two weeks. The fabric coverings, almost j Sherman was thrown to the without exception, will be shownigi'ound when his ladder slipped i Equipment for repair or the Nike' missile at the Western Klectric Co.. St, Paul. Minn. Suellen Wilkens and BarOaia Linger, members of ttv- Port Clinton High school chorale will be heard over WFRO on Dec 23 at 3:30 p, m, iMrs. Harry •loliu.'^c.n nas lefi for Toledo where she wi ! 'speiKi the holiday season wirn rela'lvts I returning after New ^'ear st Day. FIRE LEVELS HOME. SIX KILLED—A Christmas tragedy took the lives of five children, two to 13 years of age, and the mother of two of tt ^^Mi fire le\eled this four room home near Springfield, Ohio. Two others escaped the flames that started from a Christmas tree and spread to an oil stove, which exploded. (NEA Telephoto) Sowicki Heads Tax Appeal Board COLUMBLS, Dec. 20 'hNSi — The new chairman ol the state board of tax appeals today is Edwin F, Sawicki, former Democratic state senator of Cleveland. Sawicki was elected Monday tol- lowing the resignation of Edward ;J. Kirwin. Francis Howard, who hat' been an attorney-examiner for the board, was appointed by Cover-, ror Lau.sclie to fill the remainder' o.' Kirwins term which ends in 19 ,'i7. Kirwin has been named administrative and legal assistant of the board, at a salary of ,$7,20l'l a year, an ilicrease of $1,200 over his salary as a board member. IGAME PROTECTOR DIES TWINSBURG, Dec. 20 ilP' — Funeral services for Herbert M. Christmas Suggestions QUALITYSERVICE LQW Prices At ALL TimM ^ Not Just At SALES Speed Queen Washers-Oryers'lroners Renrtix Television 31"—$149.95. RCA-Estate Ranges (Big DIscottnD. Hoover sweepers—$69.9S Incl. Tools. Sunbeam—Reminvton Rand Raiors. Sunbeam or G.E. Appliances Chrome and Wrouvht Iron Dinettes. Also Lamps—Clocks—Cloc* or Portalile Ratfid*—CleHHC Sheets—55 Gal. Electric Water Heater ($«9.M) wed TV'l M 4 Man.v Other Good Quality Articles. Call l'»—Free DellTCry. TIM'S HOME EQUIPMENT 1311 C St. Phen* 1310 in flat varieties and textured lines and Mexican-type close woven cot- tens are particularly favored. from a building on which he was working and "Ann" underwent minor surgery. PENINSUI.A NEWS Peninsula C-C To Back Decorating Event, Danbury-tp LAKESIDE, Dec. 20—For the seventh year, tbe—Peninsula Chamber of CoifTmferce is sponsoring a Christmas decorating and lighting contest throughout Danbury-tp. First, .second and third trophy No Sunday Service! CATAWBA ISLAND, Dec. 20i ! attack several week.s ago. ' —There will be no Sunday ser- Mrs. Kate Bishop will spend l ^'ces at Union Chapel on Christ- the. holidays in Toledo with|mas Day. The Christmas program friends and relatives. |vvill take place Friday evening. 1 Aithur TraveiHo! Cleveland,! keliearsals Tor BoTTi buildings, spent the week-end here at the Junior and senior, will be beld jhome of hi.s paients, Mr. and this evening. Mrs. Anthony Traverso. ! Ernest Nitchki is visiting iii Toledo. The local schools will be dismissed at 3 p. m. on Friday, Mrs. Paul Webster spent the past \ eek in Columbus. She Hold Yule Party PUT-IN-BAY. Dec. 20— The cliildren and adults of the Mother of Sorrows Catholic Church w i Ih^ pvJaVHpri Vn olAh a guest at the home of her ^^....,.1; ^, will be awaided in each section,! , wria-^,- annual party Sundav Lakeside, Marblehead and Dan- "^^ M ^'"'id ^ |?1 -ifi N ^^-^''"'"g i" ^h^"' recreation room. r>'^Zr!tZn\\^''\''T' '''^^^^^^ ^en, Uie week-e^- A program and potluek dinner decoiation and similar awards ^^.^j, ^^j. g,^^ ^j,.^ ^ were featured. Santa Claus was decoration and similar awards will be made to the best comer-ij-o^ cial display in each area. Cash j MVS. Helen iefl here! , awards will be given to the win- 1 Sunday for Buena Vista, Cal,,; on, Mrs. Melvin Ballard Samuel Plumber. Mrs. Fred Norw-wood left today for Chicago where she will spend the holidays with Fred Norwood, .Jr., and family. Paul Reinboll. Boy Scout executive, is bunding a home on East-rd near the Riegcl Pettcr- man home. Roger Felterman. son of Mr, and i\Irs. Riegcl Felterman. will return to Military Training School, Cincinnati, on New- Year's Eve. after a absence due to surgery on his back, confining him to bed for three months. Two Catawba Island students were winners in a pie baking c .ntest held in Port Clinton i High school. They were Carol Smith, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George Smith who won first award and Joan Ballard,,' daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Frank-! lin Ballard, placed second. Theyj will now go to Oak Harbor to compete with others. Otto Beutel, butcher at Catawba Market and family moved from Sandusky to the property recently bought by Charles Bauman from Floyd Dibbling. j Mr. and Mrs. Carl Brown Catawba Cliffs have sold their property to Mr. and Mrs. Paul Cook Sturgeon Bay, Canncll, Cu.vahoga County game | Familv. lorotector who died during the * and; and moved to I Wis,, with their family Iprotectc Richard Davenport is attend-; week-end from a heart attack, ing a training on test i wilt be held here Wednesday. HpiMI Penetrating relief from pain If b if • Qf arthritis and rheumatism DEEPHCATmih NEW MENTHOLATUM RUB <~gHs rigfit to when it hurts! DEEP HEAT. If a a n«w and difTerent penetrating relief for arthritic pain and mtaary. And it> gTMaeleaa and »tainle$i. Juat maaaajre Deep Heat Mentholatum Rub on the aor«- apot aa needed. In 30 second* feci it« Deep Heat bring relief. Feel a warmtii right at the point that hurta. Quickly "drawn muaclee" are relaxed. Soon nagging arthritic or rbaumatic pain is aoothMi. Mentholatum Rub included the latest discoveries for relief ... a combination of active ingredients for extra-deep skin penetrating power. Gusranteed hv a lahoralorv with 60 vears' experience, you must feel relief deep down—or Mentholatum will refund purchase price. • • • Stuffy head cold'.' Use rcgidar Mentholatum. .Soothe split lips with Mentholatum Stick. GRAY DRUG STORES FOR A HOLIDAY DESSERI^: Vanilla ice cream coirere4^> with luscious macarooC" cocoanut . . . topped wisl^.' holly leaves and berric«/ •od • biuoiog red cudlCif ICE CREAM end DAIRY STORES Plant 3343 W. Monroe St. Retail Store 701 Haacoek Q^were featured. Santa Claus ' itlie guest of honor. ners. Judging will be done durJngjwith her llie holiday week and winners are! f'mily 1.0 be announced after- Jan, l.i Ralph Burgess Francis Ontko,, Lakeside, chairman of the committee charge of the contest. wherj she will spend a monln' daughter, Marlyn and CATAWBA ISLAND I • I Island Cburch Has Service For Children PUT-IN-BAY, Dec. 20— The children's Christmas service wa^^ held in St. Paul's Episcopal Church on Sunday. Christmas prayers and swgs preceded the program of Christmas verses given by members of I Mrs. Harry Schlllumelt's class and the kjndergarten group of Mrs. William Market, Jr. A potluek dinner and a visit from Santa Claus followed the service. The Christmas Eve service will be held at 11 p. m. Saturday. Rebekab Lodge To Install On Jan. 5 Couple.s Pinochle Club met with Mr, and Mrs. Richard Peter-j and .-.on, •Ti,"; sen for a pot-luck supper, is ; of Detroit w ere island visitors Christmas party and exchange of in'over the week-end. gifts. Next meeting will be at Lynn Schnoor, Lakewood,, the home of Mr. and Mrs, Emil s.jeiU the week-ond here with his Parker on Jan. 8. mother, Mrs. 'Villiam Schnoor. | Robert Johnson has been released from Magruder Hospital. Mrs. Gene Bolte, Catawba Cliffs, is a medical patient at Magruder Hospital. Mrs. Fred Norwood left loner guest In the home of Mr. and ivirs. Ernest Holmes. Lakeside. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Ludwig accompanied by their grand- Judith Ann Ballard, to Toledo, where they Mrs. Olga Tennent and PUT-IN-BAY the representative. Mrs. H, L. Langlois will be the inspection officer and Mrs. Earl Hallotk is ! to be deputy marshal of the in«» • ••• I stanation team. MrsTlirace Adams who is a I A social hour will follow the patient at Toledo Hospital, is order of business. on the "getting well" list at' this time. She suffered a heart! WANT ADS BRING RESULTS PUT-IN-BAV, Dec. 20 — Members of Lone Willow Rebekah Lodge held a regular meeting recently, followed by a Christmas | daughter, party and gift exchange. Twenty-; |'ove , , , visited una. wiiid I cimcm aim four oficevs and members were^,^j^.^ ^^^^^^ P^^^^i^^ residems present , , I in Lutheran Old Folks Home. On Jan. 5 inspection ol the, ^j^.^ ^.^^^^.y^^ H^^^p entertain- lodge and in.slallation of ollicers;^^ Neighborhood Group at a will be held, in the absence of Monday noon. Present were. Mrs. Harold Ballai'd, Mr .-J. Floyd Herl, Mrs. Melvin Ballard, Mrs. Douglas Schultz. Catawba Cliffs and Mrs. Chester Jones,) Port CUHIOO. . Election of officers will b§ held at the Union Chapel on Jan. 1. On the nominating committee are Mrs. Kenneth Land- SAVEJS^GIITOFGIFR! 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And all llii.s imwcr a smoothed to feilken Ihghl bv new .lelauay Hyilra-MaticI Jetaway re3 |iuii»e is lifilil- iiiiig res|)uuse- Biiiontli, feileut, tmmietfull Kor the thrill ol \oiir liie nce Ub ami gel attjuauited with a n-al "|ujw<r [lerstmalil v " - the Super 8» tlldsniohile iur lM.",t,! *StG /tdard On Nin«t>'Eiaht model*, o^tonjl ai t»tfa :o.f cn b.pc 8ft modaij. TOphOftol at tfttra coat; SoUty Po^tf Stca/xig ifondard on Ninsi^ tignt nioo «U. Only Olds has all thesm "faafws af fhm futw" ir RoekBir -3S0 Action! if Mm) Hydri-Matit* Sniotlifltss I ir Stunnlnj New Stirflfi Stylini! ir OeltilflSfiridAirfoilQriUi! 1^ NiwSility-IMiCfeMsis! ir TfiidSiniflKtfWMKPMi! ir naifiwiyFNiirO «i |il ir FashiMnrstliiifiors! . .. p/vi avary aJyaneaJ Fowar ftalwf lo comp/aman^ that Rowtr Ptrtoitalilyl NEW 'se D S iVl O B I •VIHT THI "lOCKIT »OOM ...AT YOUR OLOSMOtlLf OlAiaSI- KEN OLDSMOBILE, INC., 114 E. WATER ST. 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