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Friday, July 6, 1956
DANRIJRY NEWS Mr. and Mrs. "Hop" Stuckey of Bell Plains, Kansas were called home by the sudden death of her mother, Mrs. Calude Mills. Son Robert who is stationed at Wash ington D. C. with the navy was also home. Mrs. Ralph Wheaton is attending summer school at Bowling Green do stock market ups and downs worry you? •on our Liberty investment notes, $100 to $10,000 due in to 5 yearjj renewable, interest from date of invest ment to maturity—limited td residents of Ohio# Wrtt* «r emit for MEB MOCMUJtf I inCBTV mortgage LIDE.ni I W CORPORATION 40 »r»iPfC1-«th |la(. 7. *Pc St. Paul's Junior Choir Tours Two Radio Stations By MRS. RICHARD WADSWORTH News' Staff Correspondent The Junior Choir of St. Paul will be heard over radio Btation WFRO on the Farmer's Wife Program narrated by Grace Luebcke this Saturday morning at 11:30 a.m. Members of the choir toured radio station WLEC Thurs day afternoon and spontaneously sang, "Take Me Out To The Ball Game", on Pinky's Party Prograrrk Cynthia Bahnsen spent Wednes day in Lakeside with Sandy Arm toruster of Virginia who is vacation ing with her grandmother, Mrs. ^Hazef Wettlaufer. The tour of the islands planned by the local camera club was can celed. Bible School at St. Paul begins Monday, July & Every week day morning for two weeks from 9 to 11:30 a.m. children of the com munity from 4 years and up are invited to.attend* A visit to the Libbey Owen Illinois Plant in Toledo is planned for July 12th by the Alumni Home Council. Tour starts at 1 p.m. so those interested will leave the Oak Harbor Extension office at 11:45 a.m. All past Home Demonstration Councillors are members of this group and any visitors will be welcomed. ma fft 1-SOI! CLEVELAND 15 OHIO this summer. Ralph Pettibone of Cleveland died Monday evening. His sister, Mrs. John Kihlken was notified. Mr. and Mrs. Willard Shelkey and children, Michael and Linda, spent Friday in Toledo returning by way of the Ohio Turnpike for the family's first ride on the new road. They dined at the restaurant between Toledo and Fremont. Mr. and Mrs. Denver Howell and children, Donna, Sandra, Ronald and Joyce, left Wednesday for a few days vacation in Steubenville to visit her sisters and brothers. In the "Out of the Mouth of Babes" dept. Little year old Danny Bernhardt, son of Mr. and Mrs. Phillip Bernhardt, Lakeside, rates high. Mother Reva was trying to teach a prayer and said "God is Great, God is Good," when Danny pipes up "God is in the pot nine days old." Along the same lines my young son Donald asked recently when our cat had kittens "Why Spotty only had 5 kittens and had eight drinkers?" India Centenary Choir Entertains Rotary, Kiwanis The India Centenary Choir, 18 musicians from India who are ap pearing at Lakeside as part of a nation wide tour, presented a pro gram of outstanding entertainment at a joint meeting of Kiwanis and Rotary Club Wednesday at St. John Lutheran church. The group is sponsored by the Methodist church in Southern Asia (India and Pakistan) celebrating its centenary in 1956. Elijah Joshua, a grandfather, introduced the choir program. Native dances by Chandra Duft Joshi and Myra Benson aug mented the program by the choir and orchestra. The choir has not only tabla (drums) and harmonium, tradition al Indian instruments of accom paniment but also a dozen other instruments. Unusual are the bar rel-shaped pakhawaj (drum), the 26-stringed dilruba, large as a vio la and shaped like a 'cello, and the long-necked sitar carved from a special kind of pumpkin. Others were specially tuned bells and a collection of china bowls struck by a wooden mallet. EXTRA MONEY THRU OUR CLASSIFIED ADS DAGWOOD COOKIE wHo'tt be in this paper every day! Meet that werld-famous family, the Bum* steads. They're everybody's favorite neighbors because they keep folks chuckling with their daily visits. Don't miss the fun you'll have by reading BLONDIE every day in this paper. M® '?UPS, Toqf tf 1 mwit appears every day Starting July 16th The Daily News Dear Sir: On behalf of the expcntfve board of the Port Clinton Youth Council we would like to take this oppor tunity to express our sincere oppre ciation and "thanks" to the many persons and business firms which helped make the first "Recreation Festival" a huge success. The forty member clubs, organi zations, each did an outstanding job, the cooperation was tops from the start to the finish* We would like to say a special thanks to the below listed, the fine cooperation and last minute help shows just what kind of civic mind ed people we have here in the Port Clinton area. The several committees the ordinators Also, special thanks to Robert Green, recreation director for a fine job well done. Once again thanks a miTTion for helping make this first festival a fine affair and a huge success for the ^outh of Port Clinton. Very sincerely, Mrs. Mary Fall, Prtfs. Port Clinton Youth Council Jim Chapman, Gen. Chairman The Port Clinton Youth Council wishes very sincerely to offer a vote of confidence to Robert Green, recreation director for the fine job he has done this summer. His policy and the manner in which he handles the youth of Port Clinton has been outstanding, it has been a rough way to go as he started out from scratch but he has done a fine job and we wish to congratulate him and say we are behind him 100%. Port Clinton Youth Council The members of the Port Clinton Recreation Board wish to express their sincere thanks to the Eidtor and staff of The Ottawa County News for their splendid publicity and general cooperation which helped so much toward the success of the Youth Council's recent Rec reation Festival. Another big note of Thanks to tiie entire community for the whole-hearted response which kept the venture going in the face of inclement weather con ditions. The Board is now In a position to give the "go ahead" sign to Recreation Director Bob Green. Mr. Green has been work ing overtime to complete a pro gram calculated to make vacation an exciting, safe, and memorable experience for the boys and girls of this area. Again we thank all who have contributed in any way toward the launching of a summer STOP MOISTURE DAMAGE i Westinghouse DEHUMIDIFIER Pays For Itself Out of Sayings Now, protect your home from dampness! Keep clothes, tools, books, wood work in your basement safo from damp ruin. Save hun dreds of dollars in repair bills. $129.95 Plug in this Westinghous# Dehumidifier. It's portable, and only 23Vi" high. Desert Gray baked enamel finish. Am»7in| Proof Overnight1 "Wrings out" up te 3 gaiions «f water from air In 24 hours, you CAM bi SUKE...ttrrji Westinghouse OHIO EDISON COMPANY EOD COUNCIL ELECTS FOUR Co Port Clinton Chamber of Commerce city of Port Clinton Walter Miller Lake Shore Dairy Sealtest Dairy (Macko Bros.) Kirk Dairy Williamsons News Stand Alma Goss Lake Erie Sports Store Chucks Sunoco Service (Oak Har bor) Jack Smiths Mobilgas Bella Russell John Faris Gerner and Wolf Port Clinton Elks Club Port Clinton Board of Education Spe cial Police Cub Scouts Boy Scouts Downtown Coaches Frank Putnam The News Port Clinton Fire Dept Norm Mulligan (A. T. Emmett, Inc.) Port Clinton Spray Service (Harvey Hephner) and the several others. Elected Monday on the- EOD Civilian Welfare Council for a pe riod of one year were Joseph Ohl, Oak Harbor, Paul Wilson, S.«d\is ky, James Chapman, Port Clinton, and Joseph Gresh, Port Clinton. They replace Nancy Menier, Port Clinton, Harold Phillips, Risingsun, Donald Fosco, Vickery, and John Appelhans, Port Clinton, who were elected in Januray to serve a six months term. OTTAWA COUNTY NEWS, PORT CLINTON, OHIO. Other members of the 1965 Coun cil who were elected in Jarsray for a one year term are Emory Whiting, Poft Clinton, president, Richard Ames, Elmore, Maynard Clark and Henry Christiansen, Port Clinton. Melvin Arft, Port Clinton, is custodian. EOD Officer Attends Management School Major Richard Hunter, Assistant for Supply Operations at Erie Ord nance Depot, returned last week from the Army Supply Manage ment School at Fort Lee, Va. Major Hunter is the second Erie officer to complete the course. Lt. Col. J. L. Holley, Jr., Program Co ordinator, complted the course in March. As Assistant for Supply Opera tions, Major Hunter directs and co ordinate the activities of the sup ply operations, including depot maintenance, storage and stock control activities assigned to Erie. ON HONOR ROLL Stanley W. Joehlin of Curtice is on the honor roll of 104 students achieving high scholastic attain ments (averages of 3.50 or better) in Ohio State University's College of Agriculture during the Spring Quarter, is announced by John T. Mounf, secretary of the college. (A equals 4.00 equals 3.00). youth program in Port Clinton. Port Clinton Recreation Board, Madeline Friderici, Sec'y Gentlemen: We would like to take this op portunity to express our apprecia tion to your organization for the fine cooperation and assistance ex tended to our company on the oc casion of the recent opening of Portage Park Addition. This has been and will continue to be a community project. Its success and the building of Port Clinton should move together in harmony and the progress of both will be a measure of our joint enthusiasm and de termination to do an ever better job in connection with this pro gram to improve the opportunities for better housing in the City of Port Clinton. With best personal regards, Wm. S. Richards, President DEATHS miihliiiniiuinliMMMi!: •.Mil !!:1 HUHIiMMIHMMNi C. C. SCHROEDER C. C. "Rudy" Schoeder, 49, of Mansfield., former Port Clintonite, died June 21 in Shelby Memorial hospital following a heart attack suffered while he was at work in Shelby. A World War II veteran, he was a sales representative for the Alemite Corp. Surviving are his wife, Dorothy Taylor Schroeder parents, Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Schroeder of Oak Har bor a son and daughter, Dale and Diana Schroeder of Port Clinton one brother, Louis of Elyria and two sisters, Mrs. Esther Tilton of Oak Harbor and Mrs. Wilma Petti bone of Toledo. Funeral services were conducted June 25 by Dr. Herbert S. Games. MRS. ADA CLOSE PERRY Mrs. Ada Close Perry, 72, wife of Charles Perry of Catawba Island, died Wednesday at 8:25 p.m. in Magruder hospital where she was admitted June 29. She had been ill a year. Her body it at the Gerner and Wolf mortuary wliere services will be held Satuiiay at 2. The Rev. John Bfaun will officiate and bur ial will be made in Lakeview ceme tery. Mrs. Perry was born at Rocky Ridge. She attended .school here and after marriage the family moved to Cleveland, returning here GULF Tattoo Mark, Wallet Lead To Man's Arrest A tatoo mark and wallet he left at tiie scene when he ransacked the car of Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Hannan, Danbury, led the undoing of a 28-year-old Erie, Pa* fruit •picker who was taken to Municipal Court Thursday to face charges of petty larceny. Deputy Mike Hetrick found a wallet bearing identification cards for Ernest Fickel, registered as a peach picker, in the car where it apparently was dropped as the glove compartment was cut thru. Checking fruit pickers at a near by farm, he found none answering to that name but brought a newly hired man who said his name was "Charles Freeze"' into jail for questioning, because he had no identification of any kind. When the deputy found "E. F." tattoed on the man's arm, he ad mitted he had pilfered the car, and given the wrong name to avoid detection^ A pair of binoculars taken from the Hannan car was re^ covered. Cere for al Palsy Tag Day Held A Tag Day Friday for the bene fit of cerebral palsy brought $250.20 to the deserving cause, and generous movie partrons contribut ed an additional $110.52 after see ing a Danny Thomas trailer shown in connection with films. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Kennrlly are chairmen of the county's drive to raise $2,500 for the cerebral palsy center at Fremont. Girls of the Pins and Needles 4-H club con ducted the Tag Day Saturday. Per sons who have not yet returned their Cerebral Palsy appeals letters contributions to the National Bank are urged to do so promptly. LOCALS Condition of Harry Nissen, Wil son Ave., who was taken to Ma gruder hospital Sunday noon in a Neidecker ambulance with a heart condition after becoming ill at his home, was reported fairly good Thursday. Complaints that cars were skid ding on tar at Fulton and Railroad Sts. was made to police Tuesday night and relayed to the street de partment. A car driven by Alex Assovicki, Jr. 134V2 E. Second St.. was dam aged while parked at Jeffeson and Second Tuesday night, he notified police. Description of another car parked beside it was furnished, An Erie Gardens dog was order ed tied up for observation after i Mrs. Coleman, 0 Community Loop, notified police Wednesday her child had been bitten by a dog owned by a neighbor. The child was treated at the hospital. Richard Zwerman, Clyde, noti fied police Wednesday at 5:30 p.m. that his car was struck by a car i driven by Orland Miller while parked at Andy's store, W. Third St. as the Miller car backed up. Cars driven by Betty Lou Bar netta, 29, Gypsum, and Bondetta Moon, Fostoria, were slightly dam aged in an accident Sunday night at Harrison and Second, police re ported. about eight years ago. She is sur vived by her husband, Charles a daughter, Mrs. Ruth G. Halladay, at home son, Ruel, Clyde sister, Mrs. Clara Griffin of Lakewood four grandchildren and five great grandchildren. ELIZABETH ANN WILEY Victim of leukemia, 15 months old Elizabeth Ann Wiley, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harold W. Wiley of Rocky Ridge died Saturday in St. Vincent's hospital at Toledo. She had been a patient there three weeks, and before that was at Ma gruder hospital. The baby leaves her parents an*! two sisters, Mary and Bernadine. ITer body was removed Sunday^ from the Dwyer mortuary the Kilgore and Collier mortuary in! Catlettsburg, Ky., where services were held Monday. GILL and A E E Service Station Phorfe 2-678! ROUTE 2 EAST PORT CLINTON, 0. Wheel AGgnment & Balance Complete Motor Tune-Up Carburetor & Ignition Specialists Brake Service (NO MECHANICAL WORK ON SUNDAYS) Cars Lubricated and Oil Change FROM 7 A.M. TO 8 P.M. WEEKDAYS S A.M» TO ft P.M. SUNDAYS Officer Jack Wall On Wilson Capture A Bay Bridge state highway pa trolman who lives in Port Clinton was at the scene Monday when triple slayer Alfred (Buck) Wilson was shot out of a tree at Leavitts burg, ending a man hunt after his bloody spree. Officer Jack Wall, 516Vfe W. 2nd St., was assigned from the Bay Bridge barracks to aid in the man hunt of the Warren area, and went there Friday. He formerly lived in Warren. He was stationed at the Warren barracks and was on patrol duty a few miles from the scene when Patrolman Russell H. Duffy, Jr., 28, Cuyahoga Falls, shot tiie slayer. Camp Perry Soldier Aids Boat Victims Norbert Ronyak, an Ohio Na tional Guardsman at Ca' np Perry with the 177th Anti-Aircraft Bat tery B, completed an Ohio Edison Co. First Aid Course two weeks ago, and put it to good use Sunday. He gave artificial respiration to Mrs. Aubrey Boterf, 29j Mansfield, one of seven endangered Sunday when the Boterf small outboard sank off the Cedar Point dock. He also treated one of the Boterf boys who complained of cramps. Boterf children aged, 5, 8, 9 and 11 and an 8-year-old cousin were in the boat with the two adults which was swamped by wav«s. All wei^s res cued. 'THEATRE Sandusky Adults 65c Children Luder 12' FRT. & SAT. JIXY 6-7 klltk DOUGLAS and Free ELS A MARTINKLLI in "THE INDIAN FIGHTER" IN CINEMASCOPE and Edward G. Robinson and (ieorg-e Raff in WA BULLET FOR JOEY" ADDED FEATURE FOR SAT. NITE TN COLOR "THE WHITE ORCHID'* with WILLI A IT l.TNDTr.AX MALA POWERS in "YELLOW MOUNTAIN" and JAMES DEAN and NATALIE WOOD In "REBEL WITHOUT A CAUSE" IN CINEMASCOPE WEI). & Tin R. Jl LY 11-12 ROCK Hl'l)SOV and BARBARA RUSH "CAPTAIN LIGHTFOOT" IN CINEMASCOPE and ANTHONY QIJINN and PE -IE ASTLE "THE LONG WAIT tr&bc'l.dMtto/ At' jl/ 1st PRIZE EACH WEEK MERCURY IVfONTCLAIR PHAETON plus all-expense paid- trip to New York for two via American Airlines suite at Waldorf Astoria guest of Ed Sullivan at his show. Former Local Man Dies In Cleveland and ri .(.IL ASTLE SUN. MON. TI ES. JLLY 8-9-10 LEX BARKER and $10,000 CASH to new Mercury buyers—Awarded instead of new Phaeton if you buy a new Mercury during contest and before being advised of winning one of the 10 top weekly prizes. Ralph D. Pettibone, 62, died sud denly Monday evening about 5:30 .after being stricken with an ap parent heart attack in his offices in the Engineers BuiTdTng, Cleve land. Mr. Pettibone was born in Port Clinton. He was graHuated from Lakeside High School and Sandus ky Business College. He was serv ing as controller of the Brother- 4 Let Us 10 EACH WEEK IN 8 WEEKLY CONTESTS YOU CAM ENTER EVERY WEEK 1 Go to your Mercury dealer today. 2 Pick up Oiiicial Rules and Entry Blank. 2680 PRIZES IN ALL. SPECIAL BONUS AWARDS GO TO YOUR MERCURY DEALER TODAY "Aft /'h -7S •, Page Iw0r 53T2!25S5i3P®§®SI®Oi hood of Locomotive Engineers in Cleveland Surviving Mf. Petttbofte Ste hi* lwife, Luella a son, Bradley oft Racine, Wis three grandchildren* and a sister, Mrs. Jenny Kihlken* of Port Clinton. Services, in charge of flw £anif»!* funeral home, Lakesicl^, Yj&ra Thursday. T-l Try Our' Gassiiied Adb Open Daily For Your Convenience ANY TOOL FOR ANY JOB Sandusky Rental & Sales UF. 616 W. PERKINS AVE. PHONS3 W7t r^i'OA Help EVERYTHING FOR THE BUILDER PORT CLINTON LUMBER AND COAL CO. 80 MERCURY PHAETONS IN ED SULLIVAN'S^# *425*000 MERCURY CONTEST JUNE TTth—AUtSUST 4th- i- s During 1956 private and government are teaming op to encourage American home owners to bring their homes up to modern living standard^ Legitimate business men, in all lines of business related to thfc home, are making extraordinary efforts to provide materials and services that will make home im provement easy and economical. e Sure You Deal with a Reputable Concern. As in any big effort of this kind there la always a fringe of lUt scrupuloiiH ojM'rafors ready to In'' 011 the inexperience of honrje owners in matters of remodeling or home repair. Before emktarkuig any program that Involves a substantial outlay .Investigate the reputation of the firm you propose to deal with. You With Tour Remodeling & Repair Projects You can always rely on the rthmt antees of a local merchant of tablised reputation for honesty fair dealing. v'rt'-'iVA'-'iV 2nd 10th PRIZES EACH WEEK 9 MERCURY MONTEREY PHAETONS s*, plus 25 G.E. portable TV seta, light, easy to carry ... 300 Elgin American •. automatic cigarette lighters each week. -.'f $2,000 cash to used car buyers —Awarded in addition to tiie 10 Mid V. t' '•1 Jfft-' iaUdpA .* new Phaeton you buy a used car during contest before being advised of winning top weekly prizes* (See Official Enfry Blank for detaili) if and one of here's all you do! 3 Complete last line of Mercury Phaeton rhyme*--vfcr* 4 Mail Official Entry Blank to "Mercury Contest"^ I: .. .. .. U— J. .. .T •!.