The Sandusky Register from Sandusky, Ohio on December 21, 1955 · Page 12
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December 21, 1955

The Sandusky Register from Sandusky, Ohio · Page 12

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It HEmSTEW -STAR-MCWS WESTINGHOUSE TURNS DOWN ARBITRATION OfWBMiloiw NeaMnir Quarter Milttnn Murk. THE THREE WISHES A Christmas Story BY WALT SCOTT PCXI8LE WlSHf^ I 11 Willard Churches \ Set Programs For Christmas Time I Siiiifiny school, (he Rov. John Ifcrioii. i);i.slor, aniiouneos. The .inmial childrpn's Christ- mns proi'ram be fjiven Satur- (liiy ;il 7::iO jjin. nl Trinly rAiUicr-[ ;ni Chinch, Iho Rev. G. C. KcTci- _—. fin.t'cr, announces. Tho formal WILLARD, Dec. 21 — The Chii .slnia.s chiircli .service wilJ Chri.stmas .season ohervanco in ^ >'« li<;l»> <'i" regular 10:30 a. m. , ^ ^ , , . .iwor .sliip Hour, 'ine pa.slor is to most W.llartt churches l>ri;an, ^^^^^.^^^ Sunday with the annual chil-; ,;|,oir |,;is prcparefi nurs.c in liar flren's proRram esnccially tli?',,,,,,,^, ^VHTI tho sea.son. Rroup.s from the Sunday schools j w. h chon; and soloLsts n..s.s(n-.>:ii„,, ^,i„ total of mm emplo.ved ""'^ special nnisir. .All of tiie; 'churches will hold special ''erv-, ^.^^ PITTSBURGH. Pec. 21 rtlP)- W«stln>rhon .i ?i» ElcotrJc Corp., r«Jeclln(f proposals hy *@ fovernors to submit tmkc Issues to arbitration, «fB >prrt up Its Rigantlc C&istmas loan operations F§st day di.stribution of $100 InteiSt.st-free Joans lo .striking or furlQughed workers neared the quarter million dollar mark Monday. • Company paymasters anllcipnl- «d a rushing loan business when di.sbur.semonts begin today at the huge East Pillsburgh plant and at Fairmont, W. Va. Of a •t Ea.st Pittsburgh. 10.000 ar( eligible for lo\ms over for the holiday season. The potential on - million dollar loan at East Pittsburgh ;s one seventh of the 7-milIion dollar total the company is prepared to disburse to •'j.'i.flOO striking employ(>s. Workers crossed their own picket lines in five states Monday when the "big payoff" began. The International Union of Electrical Workers, which represents 44 ,000 members out at 30 plants, quickly approved plea.5 b.v Pennsylvania Gov. George M. Leader and New Yorlc Gov. Avercll Harriman lo •ubmit the strike to arbitration. But Westinghousc President and Chairman Gwilym A. Price fired off telegrams to the governors rejecting the proposal. Price said he did not wish the company to "abdicate its responsibility" by accepting the proposal. lo\ms to tide themli'^^^.^'l-'i^'^^lf ^i"' ^^^^^"J 'holding candlelight comnuKiion service. A( the Evangelical Ifnitcd Rrethren Church, the Rev, C, D Wright, paslor, announces I'aoj young pooiilo will go ciu'oling; early Cbrislmas Eve and then attend the candlelight comimin-| ion .service. Organists will pre-; sent a half-hour program of; Christmas music, starting at 10:.'?0 p. m.. followed by the; communion service at 11 p. ni, ^ On ("hristmas the worship serv -i ice for adults begins at lOiKO' a m. There will be no Sunday-; school for adults and the children's department will meet dowstairs at 10;30 a. m. ! The Rev. Joseph Blackburn i pastor of the Presbjlerian Church ; announces his Christmas message' will be "The Star of Bethlehem ", which he is to deliver Saturday al^ 11 p. m. On Sunday the saijunent I of Holy Communion will be observc^d at llio moring service." Grace Methodist Church will hold a Holy Communion service Christmas Eve at 10:30 p.m. and the adult choir is to present the Christmas cantata on Sunday at 10:30 a.m. There will be no It haa been established that between 3,000,000 and 4,000,000 persons have lost their lives in earthquakes since the 6th century. Nazarene from 10 lo II A,i\I.. The Rev. E. R.Speck- in, pastor, is t deliver a message on "'I'he Cbriijlmas Miracle", 'i'hero will mso be services at (i:.'i() and 7:30 p. m. Sunday The young people of the Assembly of (iod Church will go caroling Friday. On Sunday .it 7:4;") P.M. the annual Christmas program will be presented, the Hcv. .1. W. Davis, pastor, announces. cent on home and family life. There will be a guest speaker and Instrumental .selections by school children. Hostesses will 2l--About be Mrs. Charles Yates, Sr., Mrs. and Mrs. Arthur Fellowship Holds Meet At Florence FLORENCE, Dec. 2,'? women attended the Decern- f5elty Baker her meeting of Florence Worn- Franklin, en's Fellowship held in the local church. Mrs. Evelyn-Kuhl, Berlin Heights, led devotions consisting of a Christmas story, prayer and group singing ofi carols. Mrs. Ruhannah Reed, Huron, spoke on "The Holy Land" and showed pictures which she had! painted. Hostesses were Mrs Melvin Sayler, Mrs. Carl Schroe -j der and Mrs. Arthur Coultrip. No business was conducted. Next meeting will be th6 afternoon of Jan. 19 with the ac- Belleviie D of I In Annual Yule Meet BELLKVUE, Dec. 21—Traditional Christmas theme was u.sed at»the recent annual dinner of the Daughters of Isabella. General chairman and co-chairman were: Mrs. William Houle and Mrs. Charles Seamon. Other committee heads were: Mrs. Edward Lynch, Mrs. John Scagnef- tl, Mrs. Anthony Lapala, Mrs. Edward Ware. Guests Included the Rev. Albert Bishop, the Rev. Roger Boht- fas, and from Reed, the llev. Anthony Meyer and Miss Mar>' Bensman. Regent Mrs. Robert Berlsch presided. Mrs. Elvin Fortney read the thanks of the sisters at Marywood for the recent Clothing shower. Performers on the program were: Mrs. John Buck, Mrs. Robert Long, Mrs. Charles Sberna and Mrs. Ward. WANT ADS BRING RESULTS Chain Link Fence —Industrial— The Mack Iron Works Company WALLPAPER An outstanding selection of 1955 Patterns designed to add beauty and charm to your home. 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