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Sandusky Register (Newspaper) - May 20, 1923, Sandusky, Ohio And ital Mai will b6 finest Issue school has Ever published this Spring s Issue the Sandusky High school annual Kram Replete with school sport Florici Nodal stories editorials humorous articles poetry and. The individual pictures the 134 graduates february and june besides group pictures the classes the school All interspersed with Clever cartoons by Joe Scherer the Fram artist will make its a Jie Aranco june 1. The annual is Tho biggest and finest Ever produced at Tho school and Tho students composing the Fram staff Nave been at work the annual edition for Tho past few weeks. The great Beauty the accomplishment such a perfect annual us that this year is that no one except the students have contributed to its making. Besides the annual Tho from staff issues a monthly edition Tho paper which has come to play an important part in Tho lives the students the High school. Virtually it has become the voice the school. Tho students alone Are responsible for its publication. There have been seven issues Cuti Cura soap Baths Are refreshing cleanse and freshen your Ken by bathing daily with cud Cora soap. If there Are any sign a Pimp Lea redness roughness follow with a gents application Cuti Cura ont Menro soothe and heal. Dust with Cuti Cura Talcum it perfumes As Well As powders your skill Dunkli Imp 7rmbr Mill. Mart . Optic lab Antorin x mt.l�6,,tu�." a Tver we. Bosette. Ointment a �a4m�. Taken acc 9vcuticar soap a Tom without nine the Kram during the school year. It is made up in imitation newspaper style. The staff gathers Tho news writes the articles and editorials edits the copy supervises the makeup the paper at Tho pressroom and finally seen that the paper is distributed to its Many subscribers at the school and elsewhere throughout the City. All the cartoons that have. Appeared in the paper during the past year have been drawn by Joe Scherzi. Tho work the Fram staff is voluntary and id done outside school hours. U. Whitney who a Tho faculty director the staff Saya that he has discovered remarkable Talent among those wh6 constitute the staff and who have been unconscious their natural ability to write and draw. Joe Scherr present pen artist the staff surprised himself when he produced Hla first few cartoons j Vai Erfa Yochem artist the paper last year discovered that Sho could draw while a Mombert the Kram staff and is now a student at the Cleveland Art school. The authors some the a Clover editorials written for the school paper this year did t know How Well they could write pre Sioui to their experience tin Fram staff. Or. Whitney takes the staff ii hand after it is appointed am Breaks it at present then is no course in journalism offered at the High school although if interest in Tho subject continues to mount As has been indicated within Tho last few years ultimately therb will be such a course offered. At present though. It. Whitney who is an experienced Newspaperman directs the activities Tho staff. Miss Edna Scheid Tho faculty is Fine literary critic the paper she Ana . Whitney being the Only two members the staff not students at the school. Ernest Elsley editor in chief and two capable Aasi Tants Margaret Anno Clarke and Mary Mccann All authors striking editorials which have recently appeared in the paper head the actual student staff which is composed the following members Harold White Busl Tess manager Glenn Hommell assistant business manager Kern Schoepfle advertising manager Edwina Ritter activities editor Emelino Ebert literary editor Bill Lester athletic editor Emmett Murray humor editor Elsie Wynn Ana Sadie Adelman typists a Joe Scherer cartoonist. Or. Morgan to deliver talk to graduates among the features the Sandusky High school commencement exercises to be Given in the High auditorium thursday evening will be the address . Geoffrey Morgan noted educator and lecturer and former College professor who is at present lecturing the Redpath lyceum circuit. Tho commencement program to be Given almost entirely by members the graduating class will be As follows invocation Rev. R it. Remington piano Solo prelude in c Sharp minor Rachmaninoff by Kenneth Lea vocal Solo the Brooklet Cadman by Edward Dangler non e ver Mattel Cornet Solo by Russell hug gins address by . Geoffrey Morgan Rose in Bud Forster clarinet Solo by Werner mar Gard Tho chieftain Paul Bliss by the senior sextet composed Anita Manning Helen %e.mke, Heirn Zimmerman Margaret Anne Clarke Stanley Walton and Milton Pascoe recommendation class by principal Karl e. Whinnery presentation diplomas by . C. R. Knoble Benediction. Rev. R. R. Remington. The regt Stier. Sandusky. Of. Sunday. May 20. 1023-Page t free addresses in rummage Sale tues., May 22,10 00 am., Hope cottage Hancock St Lext to White s conservatory. Music notes a wonderful showing porch furniture hammocks Etc., at wonderful savings in order to appreciate this Large showing and their Low prices is to come Here this week. Having purchased these Long before the Advance places us in a position to save you real Money. To Are showing the largest line in porch rockers porch chairs settes Etc. Couch hammocks with and without stands. Porch swings Lii fumed Oak can to had in 3 sizes. A delightful program music arranged by Madame Minnie Humphryes teacher vocal in Sandusky and surrounding towns was broadcast at the Lake Shore tire co., Wash at 8 p. Saturday. The program follows piano Solo. Miss Esthey Miller contralto Solo mrs. R. Is. Crooks Tenor Solo t. A Beelman violin Solo mrs. Norman Jesson Soprano Solo. Miss Claribel Bittner baritone Solo Harry Beard piano Boio miss Esthey Miller vocal duet . And mrs. Crooks baritone Solo . Mulligan Soprano Solo Ruth Michelson violin Solo. Rev. Or. Christian piano Solo miss Esthey Miller. The choir St. Paul s lutheran Church under the direction Walter Murschell will sing Godi i love by Ira b. Wilson mrs. Irnia Rudolph taking the Solo part and Walter Murschell and j mrs. Randolph the duet at the sunday morning services. Misa Esther Murschell will sing the offertory Solo just for Paul White. Paul Revere White a Taunton Massachusetts youth Haa testified that he was brutally beaten in a prison Camp in Florida to which he had been leased. Tho turpentine Camp was owned by state senator Knabb Florida. Two White s fingers rotted off following the alleged brutality guards and whipping Bosses. V h 4 c. Of c. Will list " opening the tourist season Here in the near future brings the Call from the chamber Commerce for listing All available rooms in order to take care summer visitors. Saturday a request was sent out by that organization asking that every person an available room to list it with the chamber Commerce who will in turn direct tourists to those places for lodging. Single and double rooms and those available for Light housekeeping Are desired. Data which a. Desired include address Tele phone number description rooms and charges. This information May be telephoned in to the chamber it May be written and mailed in. Will dedicate 1w divinity Hall at congressman James t. Begg. Who Stop Pill saturday night at hotel ringer. Is scheduled 1 Tai for a Busy 10 Days a Pechmak Jtj ing his Calendar shows. He re j Jwj turned to this City from Toledo to a ulu Day where he addressed the j la West Toledo Board Commerce a us Community picnic and will leave i a Here sunday for a talk before Ujj the chamber Commerce at \ j5 Newport Rhode Island. Tuesday evening congressman Begg Speaks before the Ames Bury muss., chamber com Nirce wednesday night at a commencement at North Baltimore thursday night at a commencement at Birmingham Friday afternoon at he Groton to school picnic and at night at a commencement at Burgoon saturday evening at Columbus Grove. He will deliver a memorial address at i j ism Ark sunday and will appear before the men s club at howling Green monday. Fostoria and Clyde will be visited by the a Oti Gressman wednesday where he will deliver memorial Day addresses at each place. The congressman feels that his time for the.-, next 10 Days will be for the most part occupied. In Fiji the Herb Mars col smart its Many places new us Ingres nmn James t. Begg. I m v we r. Inspection t Sandusky City Council no. 26, r. & s. Will be inspected next thursday by illustrious companion Harvey m. Rein grand con Ductor Tho grand Council Ohio. In Tho afternoon Royal and select master s degrees will be conferred and in the evening the super excellent master s degree will be Given. About 30 candidates will receive the degrees. Conferring these degrees is an annual event. Invitations will to sent out to members in nearby towns to take part in the exercises and a number guests Are expected. Dinner will be served at 6 p. Regular bimonthly meeting science Lodge no. 50 will be held monday evening and that perseverance Lodge no. 329 tuesday evening. Tai m Tai Tai in these excellent groups the season s newest styles Are some Lovely models that have just come in together with Many that have been taken from our much higher priced assortments and specially marked for this special Selling. These values Are so marked that any woman miss who needs a suit should investigate a hem at once. $35 and $45 priced far below regular three piece crepe combination new Side tie styles Box suits Bolero suits smart tailored suits suits trimmed with Flat and Cable braids cording tucks novel buckles and attractive sashes. Some have mandarin sleeves others snugly fitting shoulders and tailored sleeves. These becoming suits Are excellent fabrics. Colors Are Tan Gray Navy and Black. Bucyrus a while spading his Garden Isaac pfleiderer found a Spanish Dollar the Date 1786. The Coin while worn shows the lettering and Date plainly. W extra special $15.00 Couch hammocks Khaki col to ."z$10.00 Palmer hammocks. $18.0010 $45.00 regular hammocks Range pm to " 1 r be porch shades at mighty reasonable prices. Come in we Are always pleased to show you. J. Mertz sons Cor. Washington and Mcdono Urh its. The choir at Graco episcopal Church will sing Send out the an Anthem by Parker at Tho morning senders. Or. John Hinde will sing one sweetly solemn thought at the Trinity methodist Church sunday morning. Miss zoo smythe will present miss Virginia Ebert in piano recital at her studio in the Kugel building tuesday evening May 22, at 8 15 clock. Tho program includes a selection pleasing numbers prelude d minor Bach Cou Cou Day ruin pastorale Scarlat Titan Sig prelude c Sharp minor Chopin Mazurka f minor Chopin Valse d Flat major Chopin Romanze Hawerbier will the Wisp. Macdowell tone poem Macdowell. Old men Are being made Young again science finds a Way to restore Youthful vigor to tote aged without an operation. Labourers wanted. Apply construction office Gas & electric co., 907 w. Market St. Dayton printing establishment the United Breth Ern Church has petitioned common pleas court for authority to borrow $200,000 to pay the Cost an addition to the United Brethren Church Here. 10 patterns. Bed rooms kitchens Baths regular 15c Sale Price 8c free with each and every room Wall and Border purchased during the Sale we will give enough ceiling for the room free. No restrictions to Price paper we give the ceiling with All prices 10 to patterns living rooms dining rooms Halls regular 50c Sale Price 2oc our Spring line papers is the most Complete line in town. All fresh and new Stock. Come Early and get the pick x 500 Gal. Lead Oil paint very special--$2.10 Gal. Art Wall paper co. Cor. Wayne. And Market. It by the Rocta Columbus o., May 19-dedication a new $200,000 divinity Hall and graduation women for the first time from the collegiate department will be features this year s commencement exercises at capital uni serv itly go mfg Vbk blk big varsity june 3 6 to june 20. Rev. C. Hecht Dayton will be the principal speaker at exercises dedicating the divinity Hall june 20. The building affords Complete quarters for students in the theological department. It contains dormitory units class rooms Library and Chapel and has required More than a year for construction. The Structure was made possible by a gift from Otto Schenk Wheeling w. A. Campus night june 1c, will be the first event the commence ment program. June 17, at 8 p. M., the baccalaureate Sermon will be preached by Rev. Hugo g. Schmidt Middletown. June 18, Rev. P. W. Nesper Wheeling w. Va., will deliver the theological commencement ser Mory the Academy commencement and i. _ dress will be made the following i for a Man in Chatta a Way to restore Youthful vigor to aged persons without an operation dangerous drugs has been discovered by scientists. The new discovery is a simple Safe Tablet preparation known As Korex which can be used by anybody at Home without Tho advice a physician. It has been put to thousands tests and has achieved results that seem almost miraculous. For instance a new Orleans Man More than 60 years old makes this report i feel so Good from the effects the Korex treatment that i would not Talce $5,000 for what it has done. It has brought me Back to As Good healthy physical condition As i enjoyed at 35. I am apparently As supple As at 25 and my eyesight is better than Tai Tai m Tai Tai Tai Tai Tai Tai Tai i Tai a Tai Tai Tai i Tai Tai Tai Tai Tai Tai Tai in Tai Tai Tai Tai Tai Tai Tai Tai Tai Tai Tai Tai Tai Tai Tai Tai Tai Tai Tai Tai Tai Tai Tai Tai Tai Tai Tai Tai Tai Day by j. G. Collicott superintendent Columbus schools and president Otto Mees a. D., will deliver the 61nd annual col Legate commencement address june 20, at 10 a. The drum and Bugle corps will hold a special meeting in the armory Lea s Hall thursday evening. Every member is requested to attend this meeting. The fire by friction demonstration Given by scout Holzmiller troop 8, at the scouts track meet at Central Park saturday was the Best Ever Given by a Sandusky scout. Scout executive j. C. Brown requests that All the boy scouts the City turn out to take part in the services in Observance memorial Day. Each scout taking part will be Given three Points in the efficiency contest. Ralph Seitz troop committeeman from troop to. 4, winners the track meet will Dine the youths that outfit to a Chicken dinner. Sooga tenn., writes i have Given Korex a thorough trial and have found great results. I feel like a 16-year-old citizen Charleston s. A 3 Days my Tongue is not Able to j5 utter the Praise Korex should re j 3 Celivo. It is a godsend to suffer Fol j Long humanity. I feel As if i was s 2i and yet i am 63." thousands a. Of similar reports have been 15 made Many them by women who Praise the discovery highly. Hundreds who have tested tha treatment testify that its effects Are Felt quickly sometimes within Twenty four hours. Distribution the genuine Korex in the United states is controlled exclusively by the Elton i Abor Torles 1583 Melton building Kansas City to. These laboratories have fixed a fair Price Only $2 a special double strength treatment prepared for Home use. This treatment will be sent in a Plain i sealed wrapper to anybody who writes for it. Applicants should Send $2 with their orders agree to pay $2 and postage when the parcel is delivered but the laboratories which Are nationally known and thoroughly reliable will refund the $2 if Tho Korex Falls to produce results within a week. The Supply Korex in America is limited so those in need it should write to the laboratories immediately. Troop no. 14 has a baseball team that promises to win Tho scout championship. The aggregation is going Strong and other scout teams will have to Hustle to beat them. Troop no. 8 held a regular meeting monday evening with scoutmaster Parker in charge. The meeting opened with a pledge to Tho flog. Scout executive Brown and two troop committeemen were present at the meeting. Twenty nine members were present at Tho meeting troop no. 5 thursday night. Tho troop was inspected by scout executive Brown. The meeting was closed with a pledge to the Flag. Findlay mail carriers have completed a census which shows the population Findlay to be 20,214 within the corporate limits. New York Hugh Mcquillan Pitcher for the new York National ii ago baseball club who sued miss Mildred Taylor daughter a Stock broker for $45,000 for injuries received in an automobile collision last october was settled out court for 1x4,-000. Hocking Lump Coal Stockdale Coal co. 2509 w. Mouroe St. Main 8197. Walk Over shoes Sacksteder & Smith if you want Good ice Cream ask for Kelley s remember your sick friends with one our Choice fruit baskets. Fred a. Kerber co. Polione 281-288 free delivery rugs and carpet cleaning r. J. Butts carpet cleaning main 90285 new rest room in the Balcony top Coats these Cool evenings you will want a top coat especially if you Are going to take a Little drive along the Lake Shore through the Parks. They Are just the thing for women s and misses sport Wear. V $25 Many stylish models in Over plaids Shadow stripes and checked materials. They Are youth fully designed and have huge pockets with Large buttons which adds to their smart appearance. Other top Coats priced at $15 to $65 m m is Tai is Tai Tai Tai Tai Tai Tai Tai Tai Tai Tai new egyptian earrings and beads in jewelry sections. New frocks new shipments Are constantly being received and it appears that each new group is prettier than the last one a never ending flow Lovely new styles in delightful summer colors that Are certain to please the most fastidious woman miss $24.75 there Are dresses Trimton crepe Flat crepe foulard crepe de Ghines and Many other Welcome Spring and summer materials. The prominent new colors Are Grey Green Bluette Tan Brown Coral Carmel chaise Navy also Black and combinations. A d Dainty Corset for Dainty women soft As elder Down smart As a master creation Poirot. Como Retablo As a one piece silk bathing suit this will Boj our first and lasting impression the Mozart front laced Corset. Truly its Appeal to the lovers Dainty under things is irresistible Art Glass for gifts West Book ends in polychrome very unusual effects in inti cite Gold and polychrome various Renaissance and modern Stylos. Priced at $3. A Book ends cast Bronzo in classic designs priced a pair $7.50. West gift new Collar & cuff sets very smart new curtain laces Quaker Craft. 2nd floor. Union Stamps pay 3% shown in vory Clover and lace styles moderately priced 0cu to $2.50. Vast yes in tace and Linen some with he stitching Organ Dies with Dolored embroidery Soma trimmed with Clever Irish Point and antique italian lace. Priced at $1.00 to $4.00. Center aisle main. A brassieres Pansy la Belle and Model brassieres make up assortments which embrace every need All sizes Are carried Mil the various types figure Are a Ell taken care in this Broad assortment. Sizes 32 to s0-some with diaphragm supports 00c to $3. Lyer printed crepe bed spread sets Woven Stripe crepe in Rose Blue and Grold printings. Large sizes. Priced $8, $8.50 mid $9.co a set. Coloured Linen towering this very new towering is 18 inches wide shown in Rose Blue yellow Lavender. Priced a. Yard 65c a Towel length 13c, Union Stamps pay 3% Tai m tit Tai Tai Tai a Tai Tai Tai 3 Tai Tai Tai Tai Tai Tai i 71?7137097

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