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   Lima News, The (Newspaper) - December 9, 1959, Lima, Ohio                               imo News Wed., Dec. 9, 1959 TODAY'S LOG Dismissals ST. RITA'S Mrs. John C. Burden. 624 Runyan. Arthur .1 Conkripht. Continental. Charles B i'licrbrock. Glandorf: Mrs. Fred W. Fischer. Mrs, William Fox and infant. 568 W. Wayne: Charles Paul. 1034 N. Union. Mrs. Harold Purdy. 1520 N. McCullouph; Mrs. .lolin Ream. Ohio City; Miss Tirza Reed. N, Mam; Mrs. Ralph Shaner, Wapakoneta; Harry Shill- ing. Ada; Mrs. Lester Uetrecht. Marion; G. Ga'rza 743 Judkins: Mrs. Wilbur Umph- snd infant. IX-lphos: Richard F. Grime. Kalida. Mrs' How- eii. Lafayette. Mrs. Alan Hughes, 546': S. West: Lance Johnson ress. Ada. a. Mrs land. 524 W. Elm: McCafferty, Ottawa; Mctz. 619 N. West; Lvle Love-! Edward Judith H. Mrs. Artv Music. 463 W Haljer: Mrs. Dale H. Ordway. Continental: Delia Osmon. W. Spring: Le Roy Piper. Cehna: Mrs. Carl A. Smith. Defiance: Johnny W. S'eelc. 461 Thomas B. Swicker. DuPont, Mrs. Orpha May 1002 Delaware; Es- ther R. Wolf. 515 W. Wayne. MEMORIAL Vcrn Campbell. Pcliefontaine: Mrs. Carl Devier. Kluffton: Jill Fee. 547 E. Holmes; Mrs. Fred Focht and infant. Jef- fery Dale. Waynesfield: Timothy Foltz. Fiida: Roger Ford. 2727 Lost Creek Blvd.; Mrs. Richard Griffin and infant. Susan Renee. 5. Mrs. Eibert Harrod. Eli- da: Russell Hathawav Ada; Miss Heise. Dunkirk; John Helm.JN. McDonel. S. Main: Car! Hobensack. JKrouse. 21. 431 ST. RITA'S Miss Mary E. Bejarano. Continental: Harry A. Boggs, 130'2 N. Elizabeth: Mrs. iLola M. Crouse. Van Wert; Kar- jlene A. Durr. Station 5. Grand View: Roger Fortman. Columbus Grove; Mrs. h'an Fry. Belle Cen- ter: Jackie Gray. 518 Nova; Ralph W. Harshman, 1501 W. Wayne; Robert J. King, Botkins; Robert Lepo. 1815 Lowell; Mel- vin F. Lewis, St. Marys: Victor J. Link. Bryant. Ind.: Mrs. Nick- las Loscavo. 1089 N. Jefferson; Mrs. Robert L. Makley. 748 W. Wayne; Louis Miley, Ottawa; J, Naylor. Wapakoneta: Law- rence Quails. Toledo; Carlton W. Reynolds. Kalida: Donald Rob- erts. 885 Graunfelter Rd.; David Simons. 1143 N. Main; Joan Sim- ons. 1143 N. Main; Mrs. Miles R. Wendelmoot. 532 S. Scott. Marriace Leslie E. Shelley Jr.. 19. 453V; Margaret and Hazel Police Set Workshop A workshop, sponsored by tin1 Northwest Guidance Center, will be held tomorrow starting at a.m. in the basement meeting room of the Civic Center at 140 W. Grand. Subject of the meeting will be "Emergency Procedures With the Emotionally Disturbed Person." Leader of the discussion will be Ralph Schoonmaker of the Cleve- land police department. Members of the panel include Dr. Henry Luidens of the Lima State Hospital; Al Grady. inspec- tor of the Lima Police Depart- ment: diet Swegan. a newspaper correspondent, and Malcolm Ba- singer, Lima attorney. The meeting is designed to pro- vide the police in northwestern Ohio with information and prac- tical suggestions on how best to Death Notices deal emotionallv disturbed persons with whom they come in contact, according to Dr. John P. Kemph. director of the center. Ave. Harrod; Mrs. Lawrence Jackson, Robert W. Wallace. 30. Box 563. Choir Entertains Lima Riwaiiians One-hundred-twenty members of the Lima Senior High School Choir entertained Lima Kiwanis Club members and their wives atxa fi20 Blue Lick Rd.: Mrs. FlorencejLima and Arlene L. May. 29. 11! niee'ing Tuesday at the Argonne 1006 Burch. Leonard. Mrs. Bertha Bluffton: j Mason L. Thompson Jr.. 20. 166 Marcus Miller. Cairo: Vin-jW. Grand and Marcia K. Allen. re-: Murphv. Lakeview; William! !S. Rt. 2. Lafayette. iHotel. The Kiwanians and their wives packed the Crystal Room of the hotel. 'Ada- Mrs. Ethel Pratte.J Richard Ivey." 38, 1315 Oakland The choir- undcr the direction of Ada; Emi! Schamber. 7394 SJParkway and Opal Mae Brown. Ron R'chards. sang four songs. Union: Charles Slight. 1115 S. Metcalf. Mrs. Sockrider and infant. James) Willie V. Moten. 25. 216 E. Vine Dale. Hill; Mrs. Paul Steele. and Bernice L. Mosley. 25, 1815 Atlantic: Benjamin Stras- Greenlawn. j burg. St. Marys: Mrs. Virgil Tullj James Gordon Deilinger. 29. 132J 2603 Breese Rd.: Mrs. Ronald Tur-iN. Charles and Deanna June ner and infant Ricky DaleJBany. 22. West Market. U'avnesfieid: Vincent Wallace.; David E. Robinson. 25, Rt ]212 McKiniev. Ft. Jennings and Dorothy JTruesdale. Rt. 2. Delphos' I Thomas Kuck, 22. Wapak. Llanet Williams. 20. 426 Albert. Rudv Nickles. 23. 3504 McPher-jfe'r J. Congratulations Mr. and Mrs. Robert Edwards, Rt. 2. Columbus Grove, are the parents of a girl born Tuesday in Memorial Hospital. Admissions Mr. and Mrs. William Gohman, Rt. 1. Ada. are the parents of a Wednesdav in Memo- MEMORIAL Terry Alten- bach. Elida: Dennis Berry. 'Ion Rd.. and Catherine Ann Hospital. Bcllefontaine: John Breese. 333 19' 102 W' Circular' S. Metcalf: De Wayne Budd. 540 THAT REFRESHES Marion: Frederick Carter, wa-i ents of a pakoneta: Patty Harmon. 202'2j BRATTLEBORO. Vt. (UPI) -JRita's Hospital. Miss Dianna Hartman. broke into a supermarket j __ Catalpa: Harrv Johnston. 126 E.jhere. stole S400 dollars from a Circular: Margaret Krebs. Wa-jsafe and drank two quarts of milk pakoneta: Frank McDonald. 536 before leaving. JOHN E. BREESE John E. Breese, 80, 333 S. Met- calf, former county engineer, died at p.m. Tuesday in Memo- rial Hospital after an illness of one dav. Born April 21. 1879 Allen County, he was a son of William H. and Ida (Hover) Breese, pio- neer Allen County families. The Hovers came to Allen County in 1833, and the Breeses in 1832. He received a BA degree trorn Ohio Wesleyan University in 1902. and an electrical engineering de- gree from Purdue University in 1906. He later completed work in civil engineering. MRS. LENA Mrs Lena Bertha Zwick, 420 N. Pierce, died at p.m. Tuesday in St. Rita's Hospital, where she hud been a patient for nine days. She was born May 4, 1890 in Ashland. Wis. She moved to Lima four years ago. Her husband, William F. Zwick. died 30 years ago. Surviving are one son. Fred of 420 N. Pierce; two daughters. Doris, at home, and Mrs. Carey (Roberta) Mauk of Rt. 2, Lafa- vette; one brother. William of Orlando, Fla.; two sisters, Mrs. Alina Bay of Akron, and Mrs. Emma Sammetinger of Dayton; and five grandchildren. Mrs. Zwick was a member of the Zion Lutheran Church. Funeral services will be held at 2 p.m. Friday in the Siferd West Chapel with Rev. Maurice White officiating. Friends mav call at the west Express Hits Machinery On Tracks Derailment Injures 5 Chapel after 7 p.m. today. Car Bumps Boy, 6 By LLOYD ROCHELLE MT." UNION. Pa. (UP1) A Pennsylvania Railroad express train, carrying about 140 passen gers, derailed in a rugged moun Iain area of central Pennsylvania early today. Five persons were injured wher die crack New York to Cleveland train, the Clcvelander, left t h c rails about a.m., e.s.t. after striking a 12-foot-long steel bar apparently dropped by another west-bound train. Depsey L. Sutton, 21, 189fi E. 84th St. .Cleveland, was admitted to Lewistown General Hospital with hand and leg injuries. John Aside from 12 vears Cali- fornia, he lived most of his life- time in Allen County. He was county engineer of Allen County from 1928- to 19.36. and from 1948 to 1952. again Mr. Breese was a charter mem- ber of Lima Chapter. Sons of the American Revolution, and a past president. He was a member of Masonic Lodge. No. 205. Free and Accepted Masons: Lima Chapter. No. 49. Royal Arch Ma- sons: and Lima Council, No. 20. Royal and Select Masters, and was a past high priest. He re- cently received his 50 year pin from Lima Masonic Lodge. He was a member of the First Bap- tist Church. He is survived by his wife, the rormer Mary Longs worth, whom Mr. and Mrs. Harold Deafen- he married June 30- deffin, Cridersvillc. are the par- Tuesdav at St. ORDER NOW! SAVE Special pre-publication sale THK BRILLIANT UMiO WORLD BOOK ,ylr and Mrs_ Pau) Higgins, 412 GreoMy Revised-Enlacgad to 20 j Harrison, are the parents of a Mr. and Mrs. Gerald BickncH, 740 Greenlawn. are the parents of a boy born today at St. Rita's Hos- pital. Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Heffeling, Dciphos, are the parents of a girl born today at St. Rita's Hospital. New Aristocrat Binding 24K gold 24K lop edgrgildinc (Other bindings priced lower) 110 down ffl month TH ivp January 1. iboy horn Wednesday in Memo- irial Hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Luther Jackson, lOOfi Hughes, are the parents of a boy horn Monday in Memorial Hospital. your children ihe henefus of the finest and most useabie encyclo- pedia ever published. 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