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Sandusky Star Journal (Newspaper) - March 21, 1927, Sandusky, Ohio THE SANDUSKY STAR-JtOCRNAL-MONDAT, MAROft 21, 1927 t Reports Slight Fruit Not Harmed Near Clinton. .|!?vCat;iNTONr, : Mar. 21-The l^ttfeet Btorm of early Sunday i (did woine damaare to the pf ?,tKa: Ohio Piibllo Service yat .Catawta and other ru- w .j^m. wa� ehoi*t duration lid not Cause serious damage In ivlclnlty. The fruit growers iilot reported any Injury to oUd� up to this time. i Sunday Wedding B^T (OLXNON. Mar. 21-Carsten �aaaen, a local baker, and Mrs. �l6 Ihle, were married, here, �pday afternoon by the Rev. |: ilaaisen, pastor of the Luth-jOhurch of Peace. They will re-�jon East Thim-ist WEATHER KEEPS TOURISTS AWAY PORT CLINTON, March 21-Tourists were not here In big numbers Sunday for their supply of fresh fish or for their first fish dinner of the Interferrod PISO'S � . /'"Coughs Kittaff A pletMM cAsctiM tyntp. PISO'S Ijaatrnattt^mmtlS tyntp. J FAT RE I 3uA i ' r v iM (i\ Hi-'SPITAliTV LAST TWO DAYS season. The stormy weather with the demands for fish dinners at the hotels,and restaurants, which always follow the opening of the fishing season. The fishermen were also kept from going out on the lake on account of the storm and high eeas. AMUSEMENTS lAUOMt m MINtlTI E^^TRA Mabel Normand In *Raggady Rose" News and Travelogue AN UNUSUAL PLAY In all the agitation concerning stage censorship, now raging in New York, no move was made 'against the play, "The Night Hawk," which begins a two days' engagement at the Sandusky Theater next Monday, Mar. 28 and which is unusual in theme and- stt serious in intent, that It has been proclaimed a masterpiece of drama. While the "Night Hawk," has been called daring by critics, there is not an offensive line of situation in it. Pity, heartfelt and genuine, is aroused for the heroine of the play, a street-walker who wants to "come back." Prom a plane so flegrdded as to beggar description, she makes the heart-breaking climb to the light of respectability and rejuvenation. And through it all, her lightness of heart and eternal optimism are so winning that she earns and holds sympathy from the start. Hooper Atchley, featured player in scores of famous stage successes, and Miss Grace Valentine, well-known leading woman, head an ox-'ceptional cast of New York lilaycrs. It is a dramatic treat that will visit Sandusky enroute to Pittsburgh. The seat sale opens Saturday, "THE STUDENT^ PRINCE" The gay note of youth follows almost every sense In "The Student Prince," the Messrs. Shubert production, which will: bo playing at the Sandusky Theater, March 31. In the student scenes at Heidcl-burg, the stage is solidly massed with the cohorts of the various college fraternities, singing their college songs and answering one another with vocal robustness In merry glees and madrigals. One of the main attractions of "The Student Prince" Is the magnificent male chorus of fifty beautifully trained voices. Mail orders will be filled when accompanied by remittance and self addressed stamped envelope for return of tickets. OLDEST DOG PORT CLINTON, March 21 - This city has lost its oldest dog. "Puppy," the 18-year-old rat terrier owned by the Misses Daisy and Olive Pelow has died. The little animal was well-known by many persons, having mado friends with both the young and the old before his advanced age caused him to be kept closer to his home quarters. S_ RECEIVE CARLOAD OF CARP FROM MINNESOTA PORT CLINTON, Mar. 21- The Bell-Bense Fish Company has received a carload of live carp which liave been shipped here from the waters of Minnesota. The fish have been placed in a local carp pond and will be cared for until they are to be shipped to New York markets. The eastern markets receive many live fish from thle section during the fishing seasons. THE LIFE OF CHRIST SViVOPStS ARRANGIfiD BY UR. WM. E. GltRpY, D. D. JESUS TRANSFIGURED A.Gentile woman besought Jesus to heal her daughter. To test her faith, Jesus said he was "sent unto the Jews" and that it was not "meet to take the children's bread and cast it to dogs." But the Woman said, "Truth, Lord, yet the dogs eat of the crumbs that, fall from their masters' table." (Matthew XV : 22-27) SEE MARSH HOME ASNEWHflSPITA 5-21 Jesus commended her faith and her daughter was made whole from that very hour. (Mat-thew XV : 28) Jesus foretells to the disciples his sufferings, death and his resurrection at Jerusalem. (Matthew XVI : 21) The Saviour, taking Peter, James and John Into a mountain with him, is transfigured in glory before them, and their faith was strengthened by the vision. (Matthew XVII : 1-9) oife?bynbastmnce,inc. MRS. m. GIES DEADATNORWi NORWALK, Mar. 21-Mrs. Wllll-ma Gles, 43, well known Norwalk woman and mother of seven children, died at 6:40 a. m. Monday at Memorial hospital. Funeral services will be held at 9:30 a. m. Wednesday from St. Paul's Catholic church, the Rev. G. A. Forst officiating. Surviving aro the husband, four brothers, three sisters, and the children, Clctus, Herbert, Julia, Roman, William,, Agnes and Mary, all at hoznc. WILL REPEAT PLAY AT THE SAND HILL CHURCH The comedy-drama, "The Path Across the Hills," given by the young people of the Perkins M. E. church at tho Perkins church, Friday night, will be repeated at Sand Hill on Tuesday evening, it has been announced. The play, with a cast of ten, was 30 well received in Its presentation at the Perkins church that it was decided to present it again. The play will also be staged at Trinity M. E. church, Sandusky, Friday night. EARL ANDERSON BURIED AT CLYDE Was Brotlier of Sherwood Anderson, Noted Author; Died In East, CLYDE, Mar. 21-Funeral services for Farl Anderson, 41, brother or Sherwood Anderson, author, who died in Marino hospital, Newport, R. I., Wednesday, were held at 5:30 p. m. Saturday from the Presbyterian church, here, the Rev. W. E. Stokesberry officiating. Burin 1 was made in McPherson cemetery. Sherwood Anderson .attended tlie funeral, coming hero fi-om the east-He left late Saturday night. Besides Sherwood, three other brothers survive. They are Carl, an artist; Ray of Chicago and Irwin of Baltimore. Gayer Chosen Head Of Travelers' Lodge FREE EVERY garment washed spotlessly , dean without hand-rubbing. No need to rub collar and cuff edges. Greasy overalls-grimy rompers-washed clean as new in 10 minutes. No clean-up afterwards because the Maytag drains and deans its cast-aluminum tub in 30 seconds after the washing is done. VERWIILION Phone the Maytag dealer. Use a Maytag next washday, without obligation or expense. Do your next week's washing FREE. Try the Maytag - if it doesn't sell itself, don't keep it. Jlluminum dasher Northern Ohio Maytag Co. W.Adams-st. Sandusky, O. Main 361 Fremont-Northern OIilo Maytag Co. Pt, Clinton-Northern Ohio Maytag Co. 'ftUi-Jf. Z. Sweitzer. WlUard-]\J. Z. Sweiteei- 'Msytagjlealeni everywhere follow the stand-Ill^ rule of sending a Maytag to a, home to 1| week's washing free, and without obliga-bf ftjpy kind. This is the way all Maytag Wi^ishcrs ore sold. Mrs. C. A. Mattison entertained hor Five Hundred club at her home on Main-st, Thursday afternoon. Mrs. F. B. Parsons entertained the Mile-a-Mlnuto club Wednesday evening. A plea.sant time was reported and Mrs. C. DeWitt and Mrs. G. R. Snyder were guests. The Junior Sewing club of the M. B. church will meet Tuesday evening at the home of Mrs. Roy Eastman. Mrs. H. Staloy entertained a party of friends at a St. Patrick's party on Thursday evening. The First IMixtes and Boat club members are going to entertain eacli other at a dinner next Thursday evening, March 24 at 6:30 o'clock. The dinner is to bo a pot luck affair put on by the Mates in the same successful manner as the last one. Cards and dancing will furnish amusement for tho evening. Earl Ferguson has pui'chased tho llglitkeejier's residence on tho corner of Grand and Libcrty-sts from the Masonic company. Ho expects to take possession of it, April 1. Mr. and ISIrs. Charles Lang and niece e.vpect to move from tlio Eanm-liart farm to their new home on tho 1/ako Shore-rd In the near future. ClmrJos Ixing, Elmor Trinter and Frank N. T>ang were in New London on bu.siiiess Saturday. Miss Louise Lohr has acooptod a position with tho Heymau Fish Co., at Huron. Mrs. I'liJlip Englobr.v submitted to an operation at the Bcllcvuo liospi-tal Tuesday. At tlio report .slip 'was getting along as nice as could bo e.\pcctod. David Eaumhart is spending his Ea.stcr vacation from tho Witlenburg college, Springfield, with his parents, Mr. ;)nd Mrs. A. D. Baumliart. Ralph Englobry, a student of Oliio State uni\'ci-.sity arrived liomo Friday to spend his vr.oatlon with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. P. Englobry on Ohio-st. Mrs. Riilph Mason and baby returned to their home here after tfpendlng some time at Lorain with her sister, Mrs. Rudy Moc. RITES HELD FOR JACOB STUDT, 79 NORWALK, Mar. 21-Funeral services for Jacob Studt, 79, well known Huron-co resident, who died Saturday at the homo of bis niece, Mrs. F. W. Osterlin,'. on the Town-send-rd, two miles east of here, were hold at 2 p. m. Monday from St. Paul's Lutheran church, Columbus Pike, the Rev. Mr. Stengel officiating. SPECIAL SERVICES Lenten services will bo held every night next week, except Saturday, .It tho Bloomingvillo M. E. church, according to the pastor, the Rev. Roy S. Smitli. Lenten themes will be the sub.iecbs of the sermons and special music will feature the meetings. Un'ted Commercial Travelers elected Heni-y L. Gayer senior counsellor Saturday night. Other officers named are: Secretary-treasurer, Frank J. Reichen-bach; junior counsellor, WUbert C. Schwer; past counsellor. Merle Moy^ er; conductor George A. Brelning; page, Henry Cole; sentinel, J. Walter Bender; executive committee, two years. Prank J. Seitz and -Froeland W. Smith; one year, John J. Mol' ter. State convention delegates. Merle Moyer and W. H, Zimmerman; alternates, Adam Link and Harry R. Fowles. Sale of Property Incident To 'Departure of Old Family From Sandusky. Although he would neither affirm not deny the report, Monday, it was understood that the E.- H. Marsh home at Washington and Franklln-sts, purchased by John B. Taylor, is to bo acquired by Mrs. George J. Schade or Dr. L. R. Mylander for an osteopathic hospital to tao established by the latter. Rumors to this effect have been current for several weeks, but tho d-:al for the sale of the property was not closed until late Saturday, following the arrival hero of Miss Carollnt. Marsh, the former owner. The property acquired incl-Jdes the beautiful Marsh home and a residence in the rear fronting on Franklin-st, and has a irontago of 132 feet on Washington-st and 198 feet on Franklln-st. The consideration was not revealed. The property is on tho tax dupllc^t?. for .ip-proxlmately $25,000. Lea Marsh Home Sold ^ By another deal, closed Monday, the Ed.V^rd Lea Marsh homo on Wayne-at was sold to J. H. McCloud who came here from Cleveland some time ago to become vice president of the Hinde & Dauch Paper Co. The deal had been pending for eome time. The conaideratlan was not given out. The sale of these beautiful homes marks the departure of the Marsh family from Sandusky, where It was long prominent. The E. Washington-st home was occupied by the late E. H. Marsh, who established the gypsum industry in this section and became wealthy. His son, Edward Lea Marsh, became head of the Bay View Foundry Co., iiot now in operation, and at present makes his home in Black- Hall, Conn., having closed his Sandusky home, Miss Caroline Marsh, daughter of the late B. H. Marsh, lives In Philadelphia. Establishment of an osteopathia hospital has been under consideration for some time. Under the regulations of the American Medical Association and the American Hospital Association, only licensed don-tors of medicine and surgery are admitted to practice in regular hospitals. WIANY WILl ATTEND REPUBLICAN MEETING PORT CLtNTON, March 21-J-R. A. Barnholt, here, chairman of the Ot-tawa-co Republican Exe6utive com-mlttee, reports that many republicans from the count^ry wlrf attend the big meeting of the Sandusky-co republicans at the Masonic temple at Fremont, Thursday evening. Senator S. D. Fess and Congressman James Begg will be the speakers. tmt ms APPBAi> ^ CLEVELAND, Mar. 21'~Bmn "Frenchle" Balaneacu lost nla appeal to the court ot appeals today from hLs conviction for causing the death last summer of his sweetheart, Dorothy Kirk, by administering love pills containing yellow phosphorous. i)oii't Fuss With Mustard Plasters! Don't mix a mesa of mustard, flour and water when you cah relieve pain, soretieas or stiffness with a little clean, white Musterole. Musterole is made of pure oil of mustard and other helpful ingredients, ajid takes the place of mustard piasters. , Musterole usually glv6a prompt rel iw from sore throat, bronchitis, tonsillitis, croup, stiff neck, asthma, neuralgia, headache, congestion, pleurisy, rheumatism, lumbago, pains and aches of the back or ipints, sprains, Bore musCleSj bruises, chilblains, frosted feet, colds of' Ifbe che^ (it may prevent pneumonia). Jan At Tubas How Many Live? POLICE HERE ASKED TO LOCATE J0HNS0l\l Police have been asked by Bert Johnson of St. Paul, Minn., for aid in locating his brother, Max D. Johnson of Chicago. Johnson, a world %var veteran, disappeared on Feb. 1 and It is feared that he wandered away and has been killed. Information concerning the man should be directed to Chief Wein-gatcs. The description of the man given to police says he Is about 37 years, five feet five and a half Inches tall, weighs about 150 pounds. When last seen he wore a blue suit, a powder blue overcoat, a gray cap and black oxfords. He has light brown hair, blue gray eyes and a nottciable scar between his eyebrows. MARINE NEWS ' STILL OFF RUN The fishing tug Wheeler, owned bythe Schacht Fish Co., which went aground on a reef off Marblehead Point Saturday, was still in dry dock Monday undergoing repairs. The propeller shaft was broken, and it was necessary to send for replacement parts. It is. expected that the tug will be in service Tuesday. Moose To Have Show On Tuesday Evening An Interesting cast will present. "New York-the Bowery and Flfth-av" under direction of Jack Weber and S. S. Gardner for the entertainment of Moose and their families, Tuesday night. For the Bowery Scene, S. S. Gardner, Millie Duignan, John Klee, :Ma-deline Sirene, Francis Gardner, H. Moore, Edna Hill Jack Weber, Mary Sirene, Loralne Hanke, Ruth White and Betty Jane Sirene comprised tho cast. The second scene will have principals of the first part with Dorothy Berghofer and Jean Duignan added. Adam Ehrlln will present a monologue, the Vagabonds will play, Man-tell's acrobats-composed ot Moose, Hummel and Buyer will perform and a feature will be given by the Prudential Insurance Trio. neumonia AGREAT many cases of this . dread disease develop from neglected colds. That's why medical science says: 'To avoid a big cold, stop a little one." . For checking all colds promptly, the following approved treatment has been found effective in millions of cases: (1) Aday'srest (2) A laxative. (3) A light diet. (4) Vicks rubbed on throat and chesty Vicks medicated vapors, rdeascd by the body heat, are inhaled direct to the air passages; at th� same time Vicks acts like a poultice, drawing out the soreness and pain. Use this treatmehtatthe first sign of, every littie cold and big colds will be almost unknown to ym Leo H. Gerhardstein 1219'W. Osborne-st. "WHERE YOU SAVE WHEN YOU BUY'* I Irons 100 cent! Vaporus Ovzft 2i Million Jars Used i^AftLY Wmpm Father John's Medicine Gave This Boy Strength to Live in Spite of ^'Little Faith" Mrs. I. R. Gisner, of Brightmoor, Mich, recently declared in a signed statement: "I believe FATHER JOHN'S MEDICINE saved my boy's life. He is eight now and since he was two had persistent bronchial coughs. A friend advised me to try Father John's Medicine. I had little faith in any medicine then but now I tell everyone who has a bronchial cough to please try it. Mv boy has gained weight and the cough lias left him completely." FATHER JOHN'S MEDICINE, the great tonic iooi, puts strength into the system to resist the COUGHS, COLDS, and other ailments of diildhood which so aften end disastrously. Get it; give your Jiiid the same chance. No drugs or alcoho/. Proven by over 70 years of health EPECTX YALE SOON The harbor tug Talo which was expected to come to Sandusky this week, had not arrived Monday "from fjorain. Since loading' has not yet started at the dooks, it is probable that the tug wll] not arrive until at a later date ^han was planned. BO.VTS HELD IN �Due to tho rough weather and high winds Sunday, the Sandusty fishing fleet was unable to go out, with milder weather Monday, all available boaf.s hart gone to tho lake. It w.i.s reported tha.t the catches the latter.part of the week were not as Inrge as the fii'st part of the week. However, from al! indications, San-dii.�!lcy fisborinen wore having much better luck than many nf tho ports cast of bore. First-day catches around Olovelfi.nd and Ashtabula wore very light, it is said. RHEUMATISM Means aching back, swollen joints, general misery. In its worst form it will be relieved by U)o u)o Wins They have helped others. They may help you. Send 10c for Sample WILSON PRODUCTS 2014 E. lOSth St. Cleveland, Ohio Ask Your Druggist CO. BlotchesJMarJeauty Zemo for Itching, Irritations, , Pimples and Blotches. Apply Any Time No more worry about ugly Skin lvA< tations. Foryoucan haveaclear smooth skin. Zemo, the pleasant-tcuse clean liquid for Itching, Blotchy Skin-banishes Blackheads, Ringworms and PLti-ples. Use any time. Get Zemo now. At druggists-60c and $1.00: LAST TIMES TODAY 'OR skin irritations; MILDaHiXH ARRIS Tuesday and Wednesday Their's Was a Strange Marriage A South Sea beach was the church. A bit of driftwood, Ihe ring. Aiul God, the minister. liKScl-.ufcg' Dii-ected Ay Fted. C.Windermere mnum ncmm Featuring \ ALYCE MILLS LOU TELLEGEN FORREST STANLEY DONALD KEITH (RUFFLE or cuft, collar cr pleat, none are exempt frona the Savage Ironer. Linens are returned to their original bright jiwtre, embroidery designs stand out clearly once more;, shirts are finished rapidly; all; glide through the Savage witK' unbelievable ease. i , Cool restful ironing of your weekly wash becomes a reality when you own the Savage. It is all-electric, and is simple to operate. V^ewill gladly do your next ironing in your home without charge or obligation. \ A demonstration of the Savage Ironer will prove a revtlation Kugel Bros. 234 Columbus Ave. To Cure m CoM in One Day \ Take' laxaffvp 'Bromo Quinine^ tablets The First and Original Cold and Grip Tablet Aoven Safe for more than a Quarter of a Centuiy a* an eScctiva remedy �'- COLDS. GRIP. INFLUENZA aad i Preventive. firicedOc. The box beois this signature Since 1889 ~f for a* A victories. BUILDS NEW STRENGTH REAL' G.J.APEL LUMBER CO. Lumber and' Mill Work 1301 McKinley-st Ph. 1801-W Ladies Novelty Slippers A Good Assai'tment at C. F. Schumacher 607 E. Monroe-st In Francp Good Friday is callerl l^asSioTi Friday and in nermany it is commonly honwn aa Still Friday. MD STOMACHS COITO LIFE And Digest Heavy Meali Just Like a Boy Diapepsin Is probably tho moat powerful aid there is when the stomach seema worn out. It enables you to got away with foods that so often cause tho utmost, misery. Pie., cream, sausage, seasoned stews and foods that frighten a dyspeptic even to thinlc of, are aa modified millt to a cooing infant when followed by Diapepain. A host of people are denying themselves half tho pleasure of life hunting for patent, prepared foods that don't meet their needs. For after all it is tho state of tho stomach secretions that counts. Diapepsin ad^s to the secretions and actually works on tho starches, moats, eggs, cream, etc., and that is what a tired, feeble stomach ueeds. Get a 60 cent package ot Papa's Diapepsin at any drug store. THE MUTUAL BENEFIT LIFE INSURANCE CO. A. V. Brown, Special Agent M.VIN ic-w. ONE DAY EVENT! One Day PANEL CURTAIN Tuesday Only! Panel Curtains See Window Display Regula^^ to $2.00 Values Beautiful Columbia Panel Curtains of New Fancy Nets in Ivory, Beige and Ecru. Showing newest copies of high priced importations with pretty borders. Over 500 Panels go on sale Tuesday Only, Choice ................................. iSBE WINDOW 43 93 ;