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The lOcj Per Copy $3.00 Per Year o w o oxo J! TJ O <i G 3? g B I 3 and , SERVING ROSSFORD The Glass Center Of The World The Community With Foresight Home Of The Rossford Marina VOLUME 5, #26 Phone 385-3887 Rossford, Wood County, Ohio 2nd Class Matter APRIL 15, 196S Have You Heard? Mrs. Robert Gyori (Linda Momber) is confined to Mercy Hospital for observation and treatment. * * * Mr. and Mrs. George Molter, and family, have returned from the Far East and are renewing old acquaintances in Rossford. * # * It pays to patronize Country & Town Advertisers. * * * Mrs. Vern Carstensen is confined to St. Charles Hospital. * * * Mrs. Walter Ceparski chalked up another year on last Saturday. Her daughter, Mary Ann, will observe her 17th birthday on Saturday, April 24. * * * Attend the Church of your choice on Sunday. * * * Cecil Gordon is recuperating at home after a stay in Mercy Hospital where he underwent surgery. * * * Mrs. Nondls is making a satisfactory recovery after undergoing surgery in St. Charles Hospital. * * * Sherry Carine will travel to Cambridge, Mass., on Good Friday for a week's vacation. She will visit Bill Ricketts, a senior at Harvard University and a former Rossford resident. Miss Craine is a first grade teacher at Beverly School in the Toledo School System. * * * Happy Easter from Country and Town. School Vacation The annual Easter vacation for the Rossford Public School.students will begin with the close of school on Thursday (today). Classes will resume at the regular time on Tuesday of next week. The vacation period for the students attending SS. Cyril & Methodius and St. Mary Magdalene Schools began on Wednesday. The classes at SS. Cyril & Methodius school will resume on Thursday of next week while classes at St. Mary Magdalene school will resume on next Wednesday. Holy Week Easter Services (Attention Earl Myers: I K °f C OIllO Night Rossford Churches will hold special services on Holy Thursday, Good Friday, Holy Saturday and Easter Sunday. The Rev. Stanislaus Woj- ciechowski, pastor of St. Mary Magdalene Church, has announced that a Low Mass will be celebrated at 8 a.m. on Holy Thursday. A High Mass with procession will be celebrated at 5 p.m. The church will be open until 10 p.m. for those who wish to make visits. The Solemn Good Friday service will begin at 3 p.m. The Easter Vigil Service and Mass will begin at 8 p.m. on Holy Saturday. On Easter Sunday the Masses will be celebrated at 8 a.m.; 9:45 a.m.; and at 11:30 a.m. At SS Cyril & Methodius Church a Low Mass will be celebrated at 6:30 a.m. on Holy Thursday. The High Mass with procession will be celebrated at 5:30 p.m. The Good Friday Liturgical Service will begin at 2 p.m. On Holy Saturday the blesslngof the newfire, Easter Candle and Baptismal Water will take place at S p.m. The Easter Vigil Mass will be celebrated at 9 p.m. Masses will be celebrated at 5:30 a.m.- 8 a.m.- 10 a.m.- and 11:30 a.m. on Easter Sunday. The Rev. Leo Bilos, pastor of St. Michael's Church of the Byzantine Rite, will be the celebrant of the Divine Liturgy at 8 a.m. on Holy Thursday. He will officiate at the ancient rite of chanting the 12 Gospels at 7 p.m. The Good Friday service will begin at II a.m. An evening service will be held at7p.m. On Holy Saturday the Divine Liturgy will be celebrated at 8 a.m. Fr. Bilos will officiate at a Solemn Resurrection Service at 5:30 a.m. and the Divine Liturgy will be celebrated at 6:30 a.m. and at 10 a.m on Easter Sunday. The Rev. William L. Collins will officiate at a C ora- munion Service at 7:30 p.m. on Holy Thursday at the Rossford Community Methodist Church. The Rev. Mr. Collins will also officiate at a Good Friday Service which will begin at 1 p.m. Two worship services will be held on Easter Sunday. The first at S a.m. and the second at 10:15 a.m. There will be special music at all services. A Service will be held at the AllenChapelAMEChurch V Since I consider myself a personal [riend v of yours, I have taken it upon myself to in- v form you of a conspiracy which has been developing of late among your family and employees— For the past 2 weeks, your son, no less has been doing something secretly... In fact I, as the Editor of this Publication, must in all honesty, confess that I have been helping him You see, this is the 20th Anniversary of Myers Rexall Pharmacy ...Yes, We remembered Earl, 20 years ago today, you unlocked the door for the first time...In the 20 years that have past since (hen you have unlocked many hearts in Rossford HAPPY ANNIVERSARY EARL! (signed) J D. RICHARDS (for) THE PEOPLE OF ROSSFORD ;< Holy Cross Council, Knights of Columbus will hold their Regular meeting Tuesday, April 20th . at 8:00 p.m. at the Polish Club, Rossford, Ohio. Rosary will be said at 7:45 p.m. On Saturday May 1st. the Council will honor it's Past Grand Knight Zollie Fargo. This will be a Dinner-Dance at the Catholic Club in To- 'edo. The Dinner will start at 6:00 p.m. followed by dancing. Tickets may be purchased from James Lippert 382-9028. State Program Chairman Robert Lackner will be Guest Speaker;. Earl Myers as he appears today, after fllllngprescriptlons for 20 years in Rossford . More pictures appear on page 6 Myers Purchases LS. Brooks Drug Store Earl Myers of Toledo, has purchased the drug business of I. S. Brooks, and took beginning at 12 noon on Good Friday according to the Rev. Eugene Bell, Pastor. Rev. Bell will also officiate at a Sunrise Service at 6 a.m. on Easter Sunday. A breakfast will follow. A second worship service will be held at 11 a.m. The Rev. Clyde Tisdale will officiate at a Communion Serve at 7 p.m. on Holy- Thursday In the First Baptist Church. The Good Friday Service will begin at 12 noon. The Worship Service will be held at 11 a.m. on Easter Sunday. The Sunday School Master program will begin at 3 p.m. possession of the store on Monday. Mr. Brooks found it necessary to retire because of ill health. Mr. Myers is a graduate pharmacist of the University of Toledo and was also graduated from Libbey high school. He has been associated in the drug business of the Fairmount Pharmacy for seven years and for 11 months was with the New- hard Drug store. His home is in South Toledo, his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ross Myers reside in Maumee. Mr. Myers expects to completely modernize the store as materials are available at this time and will bring it up to date in every department. In addition to the prescription work, he will handle hospital supplies and service in industrial sup- Jr. Council On World Affairs The Toledo Junior Council on World Affairs held Its annual spring institute on Wednesday, April 7 from 9 a.m. to 2:45 p.m. in the Jewish Community Center, 2275 Collingwood Blvd. Approximately 285 juniors and seniors from 16 area high schools attended. The participating high schools were: Central Catholic, De- Vilbiss, Maumee, McAuley, Notre Dame, Ottawa Hills, Perrysburg, Rossford, St. Francis de Sales, St. Ursula, Scott, Waite, Start, Whitmer and Woodward. In the morning, the students heard the Rev. Walde- mar Argow, minister of the First Unitarian Church and vice president of the Toledo Council on World Affairs, discuss "A Visit to the World's Trouble Spots". plies. He will continue the fountain and lunch service and will make improvements here. Mrs. Myers will assist her husband in the business. They have two children, Dale and Mary Sue, 12 and 10. Mr. Brooks has been in poor health for several months and spent last week in Western Reserve Clinic in Cleveland for a check up. He opened his drug business in Rossford 21 years ago and has won the esteem of the community in the operation of the business. His many friends will wish for him a speedy return to good health. April 27th The Toledo Chapter of the Ohio University Alumni Association extends to all area high school juniors an invitation to attend the "Ohio Night" in the auditorium of Ottawa Hills High School on Tuesday, April 27, at 7:30 p.m. Mr. Rex Simonds, Assistant Director of Admissions, will present all aspects of life on the Ohio University Campus. He will discuss such areas as entry requirements, fees, housing and financial aid. Af the conclusion of the program, guests will adjourn to the Multi-purpose room at Ottawa Hills where a social hour will be held where they will have the opportunity of meeting Mr. Simonds and alumni. Wojnai Says: The Rossford Fire Dept., is a service organization. In other words, we are here to serve you. Should the need arise don't fail to call 693- 1262. Memorize the number for fire or first aid. Grass Fire Rossford firemen extinguished the first grass fire of the current spring season when they were called out shortly after 3 p.m. onTues- day. The fire, of unknown origin, burned a large portion of the Mathes propertywhich is adjacent to Santus Drive, the Baltimore and Ohio RR, and the land formerly occupied by the NicholsonCon- crete Company. Fire Chief Larry Wojnar reported no damage. HEY FELLOWS! Monday, April 19, is the day toreeis- ter for the Beard Contest for the Silver Jubilee. Registration fee is 51 pel person. . . Sign up at Caia- pietro's Hilltop Lounge or the Rossford Lanes. This contest is open to all boys and men of all aces from ANYWHERE!
|Title||Country and town. (Rossford, Ohio), 1965-04-15|
|Subject||Newspapers: Rossford, Ohio|
|Description||The Country and Town Newspaper was a weekly journal published and edited by Mr. James Richards in Rossford, Ohio. The paper was sold in 1966 to David G. Willmarth when Richards took a position with the nearby Toledo Blade newspaper. Country and Town Newspaper Volume 2 Number 26, April 15,1965. Front Page News: 20th Anniversary of The Myers Rexall Drugs. Pictures on page 6. Holy Week services announced and other community news.|
|Date of Original||April 15, 1965|
|Collection||Rossford Country and Town|
|Submitting Institution||Rossford Public Library|
Wood County (Ohio)
|Submitting Institution||Rossford Public Library|
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