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Pharos-Tribune, Logansport, Indiana, Tuesday, March 15, 1988 PageS People Logansport RIGHT TO LIFE — Cass County Right to Life will meet at 7 p.m. today in the Logansport/Cass County Public Library. * * * RAILROADERS — Railroad Retirees will meet for breakfast at 9 a.m. Wednesday in Harvey's Restaurant. * * * DORCAS CLASS — Dorcas Class of Main Street United Methodist Church will meet at 1:30 p. m. Wednesday in the home of Hazel Hare, 14 W. Main St. Ail older church women are welcome. EUCHRE CLUB — Senior Citizens Euchre Club will celebrate March birthdays at 1:30 p.m. Wednesday in Calvary Presbyterian Church. * * * ELKETTES — Elkettes will have a dinner at 6 p.m. Wednesday, with a business meeting following in the Lodge room. * * * MEDICARE AMBASSADOR — The Medicare Ambassador will be available from 9 a.m. to1 p.m. Thursday in the Red Cross Chapter House. *• * * CLASS OF '38 — Logansport High School Class of 1938 will meet for lunch at 12:30 p.m. Thursday in Ambers. Flora LIONS — The Lions Club will meet at 6:30 p.m. today at the Masonic Lodge Hall. Center MARY, MARTHA CIRCLE — Mary and Martha Circle of the Trinity United Methodist Church will meet at 1:30 p.m. Wednesday in the church. Royal EUCHRE CLUB — D.G.G. Euchre Club will meet at 7:30 p.m. Wednesday in the home of Ruth Lutes. Burnettsville COMMUNITY CENTER - There will be a Beehive and community center meeting at 7p.m. today at the community center. * * * BRETHREN CHURCH WOMEN - The Church of the Brethren Women's Fellowship will meet at 7:30 p.m. Wednesday in the church. Mary Kay Long, R.N. from St. Elizabeth's Hospital, Lafayette, will present the program "Healthy Women, Healthy World." Walton LEGION AUXILIARY — American Legion Auxiliary, Unit 418, will meet at 7:30 p.m. Wednesday in the Legion Hall. Idaville LINCOLN TWP. 4-H CLUB - Lincoln Township 4-H Club will meet at 7 p.m. today in the Idaville firehouse. Lake Cicott WSCS — Lake Cicctl Methodist Church WSCS will meet at 1:30 p.m. Wednesday in the home of Rosalee Martin, 1831 George St., Logansport. Camden LITERARY CLUB - Camden Woman's Literary Club will meet at 7:30 p.m. today in the home of Mrs. Dean Cripe. Mrs. Paul Biederwolf will be co-hostess. •* * * LIONS CLUB — Camden Lions Club will meet Wednesday night in the Firemen's Lounge. Clyde The Dog Inspires Us All No matter what, he 'II never enter a 'doggie' marathon Occasionally, I take a walk along a popular running path in my neighborhood where I have always been impressed with Clyde. Clyde is a nondescript dog and a familiar fixture to everyone who uses the path. He sprawls under a tree every morning while his owner pursues leg cramps. Clyde's tongue is about three feet long and hangs limp. His sad eves reflect a look that says it all. "Who ARE all these people?" He moves only when he hears the motor of the car turn over for home. I have always envied Clyde. He doesn't cave in to guilt because his owner is "into sweat." There's no pressure to join the parade of dogs who leave him in the dust and who kill themselves trying to keep up with their masters. He has no illusions about his soft, lumpy body. At Wit's End By Erma Bombeck My husband brought home a form last week that I feared might change Clyde's life. It was an entry blank for a two-mile walk/run for dogs. I couldn't believe it. But there it was. All dogs who entered had to have rabies inoculations, be licensed, be kept on a leash at all times, be accompanied by an adult, and if their behavior was unruly or might prove hazardous, they could be asked to leave the race. Female dogs in any stage of heat would not be allowed to compete. Entrants were urged to send in their $12 entry fee and get a free red bandanna. It sounded so innocent, but you don't have to be a genius to figure out what is coming. Cute doggie designer shorts and shirts, Paw shoes (four of them) that cost $80, special watches to record time, sweatbands to keep their ears out of their eyes, ankle weights to build muscles, a monthly magazine showing top canine runners, five pages in the phone book of vets who specialize in runner's injuries. Meals planned around the dog's running schedule so he doesn't run on a full stomach ... driving 70 miles Sunday morning so your dog can run in a 10K and get a loaf of bread, a six-pack and a T-shirt when he crosses the finish line. A psychiatrist for the dog who, because of injuries for some reason, can't run and no longer wants to go on living. I wanted to find Clyde and say, "Hang tough! Don't let the pooch-jocks intimidate you. I know what I'm talking about. They tried to do it to me. 'Eat like a bird ... get exercise.' Have you ever looked at a bird, Clyde? Good legs, but no waistline. They're all built like avocados. Speed skaters exercise and look at those thighs. I'm telling you, don't cave in." I looked for Clyde the day of the race and found him sprawled out in his usual spot, lying on his back with four feet suspended in midair. His mouth was open and flies were buzzing around his eyes. Some dogs can't be bought ... not even for a red bandanna. Club News Hand-in-Hand Circle Discusses Pecan Sales The Hand-in-Hand Circle of the King's Daughters and Sons met recently at the home of Edith Julian and Vera Kuhn. Betty Pherson gave a report on the profits from the sale of pecans. An Indian theme was discussed for table favors for the state convention. The Circle made a donation to the organization's camp fund. The next meeting will be at the home of Elzene Waters. Boy Scouts Gather For First Aid Contest Boy Scout Troop 203, Market Street United Methodist Church, was judged to be most proficient in five simulated first aid problems at the annual district competition. Participating were Darin Winegardner, Dennis Kuritz, Brian Ogsbury and Jeff Truhn. Also participating were Troop 202, Main Street United Methodist Church; Troop 213, American Legion Post 60; Troop 221, Izaak Walton League; and Troop 227, All Saints Youth Parish Ministries. Galveston United Methodise! Church Troop 237, Rochester Kiwanis Club Troop 219, Walton Lions Club Webelos Scouts from Pack 3232, and Monterey St. Anne's Catholic Church Pack 3206 also participated. Sorority Raffling Off Television Chapter Zeta Tau of Beta Sigma Phil sorority held its February business meeting in the home of Sue Wilburn with Gail Maloy assisting. The group will be selling raffle tickets for a color television. A nominating committee was selected to gather a slate of officers for next year. Maloy gave the program on "Successful Marriages." The Valentine Queen Party was held at the Ambers in honor of Queen Deb Woolington. Walton OES Installs Officers Walton Chapter 184, Order of Eastern Star met recently to install officers, with worth matron Shellee Mayhill and worthy patron Don Mullens presiding. Special guests were Harold Myers, worthy grand patron, Beverley Barton, past grand matron, Ruth Ann Hollingsworth, Grand Ruth, Becky Mullens, deputy of District 18, and Carl Baker, worshipful master of Walton F & AM. Installed were: Beverley Barton, worthy matron; Robert Barton, worthy patron; Bonnie Murray, associate matron; Earl Murray, associate patron; Marj Speitel, secretary; Betty Frey, treasurer; Lee Land, conductress; Carl Baker, chaplain: Conn Frey, marshal; Margaret Williamson, organist; June Schoenradt, Adah; Kathy Baker, Ruth; Becky Mullens, Esther; Olive Gibson, Martha; Shellee Mayhill, Electa; Lester Garber, warder; Steve Land, sentinel; and Don Mullens, prompter. Lenten Breakfast Participants Hear Sillanpa The Women's Lenten Breakfasts was held at Calvary Presbyterian Church with the Metea Baptist and Bethlehem Presbyterian churches as hosts. Two hundred women attended and heard Major Nellie Sillanpa, who spoke on "The Stone of the Sepulchre." The next breakfast will be at 6:29 a.m. Monday with All Saints Parish as host. The speaker will be the Rev. Robin Smith. The breakfasts are sponsored by Church Women United of Cass County. Nursing Workshop Set in Lafayette LAFAYETTE — Reservations are due Monday for a workshop on long-term care being offered at the Indiana Veterans Home. The workshop "Long-Term Caring — A Special Program for Nurses in Long Term Care" will be held from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. April?. The fee is $15 with a lunch and fashion show included. All registered nurses, licensed practical nurses and students are welcome. For more information, call Kathy Higdon at (317) 497-8623. Daffodils Sold in Carroll County The Carroll County Cancel- Society will be selling daffodils at the Delphi United Methodist Church, Union and Monroe streets from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. on Thursday. The cost will be $3 for 10 flowers, $5 for 15 flowers and $10 for 30 flowers. For more information, call Marry Clifford at (317) 5643789. PHAROS-TRIBUNE UBUC NOTICES NOTICE STATE OF INDIANA ) )SS: COUNTY OF CASS ) NOTICE TO ALL PERSONS INTERESTED IN THE ESTATE OF GEORGE A. SHAFEB. DECEASED In the Superior Court of CHS County, 1968 Term C*u»* Number SPM-10 In th» matter ol tho E«t«t« ol GEORGE A. SHAFER, deceiied Notice Is hereby given tful Jty Allen Shaler » pertontl representative ol the above-named estite, h» presented >nd filed t final account end petition to make distribution In tlnal settlement ol the estite. The ume will be actucl upon by (lie Court, on the 31 si day ol March, 1MB, unless written objections •re pretenled to the Court on or before that date. Kenela Musall Clerk ol the Superior Court for Cass County, Indiana Charles M. Scruggs Attorney 1J» West Walnu! Street Kokomo,IN<MWt 317-457-W9S 'Good service, good coverage, good price That's State Farm insurance." ROBERT BARR Agent Auto-Fire Life-Health 310 25th St. Logansport 722-303& Residence 722-1250 Like a good neighbor, State Farm is there. STATE FARM INSURANCE available at s».» M NC m TRI-COUNTY FKDS/604 E. MAIN MARGE'S GIFT SHOP All items made by local craftsmen. Everything on consignment. Do you make lovely doilies, rugs, children's items, or baskets? You name it - I'll sell it for you! (NOfood, pieose.) OPEN Monday-Saturday 12 to 6 p.m. 2331 Spear St., Logon 753-2943 ) REMNANTS CARPET AND NO WAX VINYL OVER400 PCS. to choose from! ALL SIZES Entry-Living Room, Bedroom, Both & Office 3x3 TO 12x35 ALL COLORS Beautiful Earthtones, Gray, Mauves, and much, much more! Best Buys In Loganland E-Z Layaway U-make the terms! upfb PROFESSIONAL INSTALLATION I 65% OFF | RETAIL PRICES—WHY PAY MORE? Shop And Compare FREE ESTIMATES! I Carpet 722-4155 401 W. MARKET ? 90 DAYS? 5 SAME :5 I AS CASH i OPiN:Mon.-Thurs.9-5 Friday 9-6:30 Saturday 9-3:00 FREE Cataract and Glaucoma Screening! March 18,1988-8 A.M. to 2:30P.M. At the Lafayette Eye Center The Lafayette Eye Center is offering FREE cataract and glaucoma screening to people of all ages from 8 A.M. to 2:30 P.M. on Friday, March 18, 1988. Cataracts affect people of all ages, especially the elderly. Two-thirds of all adults over 60 develop cataracts. Glaucoma is a leading cause of blindness in people over 40. When diagnosed early, blindness from glaucoma is nearly always preventable. You owe it to your eyes to take advantage ot this FREE service. Lafayette Eye Center Derek J. Sharvelle, M.D. 1013 North 13th Street Lafayette, Indiana 47904 800-882-3939

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