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Pharos-Tribune, Logansport, Indiana, Tuesday, March 22, 1988 Page 5 People Logansport WASHINGTON TWP 49'ERS — Washington Township 49'ers EH Club will meet at 7:30 p.m. today in the home of Opal Morgan. A bulb plant and baked goods auction will be conducted. * * * VFW AUXILIARY — Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 3790 Ladies Auxiliary will meet at 7:30 p.m. today in the post home. Initiation of new members will be held. Officers should wear uniforms. The 100% membership dinner will be held at 6 p.m. March 29 in the Fireside Lounge. * ** DAUGHTERS OF ISABELLA — Daughters of Isabella will have a regular meeting at 7 p.m. today in the Knights of Columbus. PYTHIAN SISTERS — Diana Temple 30, Pythian Sisters of Indiana, will have a regular meeting today in Savini's Party Place. * ** WASHINGTON TWP EH'ERS — Washington Township EH Club will meet at 1:30 p.m. Wednesday in the Senior Citizen's Village, 26th and George Streets. * * * REPUBLICAN WOMEN — Cass County Republican Women will have a work meeting at 7:30 p.m. Wednesday in Republican Headquarters. Guests are welcome. * » * CLINTON TWP EH'ERS — Clinton Township EH Club will meei at 1:30 p.m. Wednesday in the home of Joan Starbuck. * * * TAILWAGGERS — The 4-H Tailwaggers Club will meet at 7 p.m. Wednesday in the 4-H Community Building, fairgrounds. The trip to the Purdue Veterinary School is Thursday. EAGLES AUXILIARY — The Eagles Auxiliary #323 will meet at 8 p.m. in the club room. There will be initiation. Members are reminded to bring salad and dessert items to the Eagles' anniversary March 27. * * * Walton DEACON GRANGE — Deacon Grange will meet at 7:30 p.m. Wednesday. Lt. Col. John Roush, United States Air Force, will speak on "The Air Force and Motivation." A film will be shown and a question and answer session will follow. Guests are welcome. * * * MEDICARE WORKSHOP — A free workshop for all Medicare enrollees, explaining the new health care benefit program, will be held at 9 a.m. and again at 1 p.m. Wednesday in the Walton American Legion. The workshop is sponsored by Blue Cross and Blue Shield. Kewanna FIRE BELLES — The Ladies Auxiliary to the Kewanna fire department will meet at 7 p.m. Wednesday at the fire station. All women who would like to help are urged to attend. Club News From The Mouths Of Babes... You'll get advice to help Columbus, to create world peace When I was a child I always wondered when was a good time to talk. You couldn't do it In school, at the table, in the car, in church, in bed, or when someone else was talking. I think I was 15 or so before I realized my name wasn't "Shhh." Today in this column is a good time for children to talk. A Mr. Bernagozzi who teaches the third grade in a school in New York puts out a class newspaper every month, and his students have some interesting things to say. When asked if they were Christopher Columbus's mom or dad, what are some of the things they'd tell him before he left on his voyage, they answered: "Don't fall overboard ... be nice to the Indians ... take a bath once a month ... put on new clothes before you land ... don't fall off the edge of the world ... don't hog all the food at dinner ... wash your hands before eating ... don't forget to write ... put on suntan lotion ... don't fool around At Wit's End By Erma Bombeck with the steering wheel and bring back gold for us." (The only thing they missed was "Go to the you-know-where before you leave home.") When asked what they would tell him if he was still alive, one child wrote, "Yo don't have to go around the world now for spices or jewels or silk. You can go to Macy's and the malls to get what you need." Given one wish, another child wrote, "I wish that I could go to the nursing home and make everyone feel better. I know that people in the nursing home used to be teachers and nurses and have other important jobs. I would want them all to be well again." And another, "I wish for the whole world to stop being bad. There would be no more crimes like killing and stealing. People would get along together everywhere." They talk about their ambitions to "be a famous artist when I grow up. I'll sell my pictures for $99. They will be in stores and museums." They talk about what they think freedom is. "It means I'm free to walk around my neighborhood in shorts and eat bananas when I feel like it." About how to cook a turkey they wrote: "First you take off the paper." There's even a resident third-grade critic who reviewed the Broadway musical "Starlight Express" with the following comment: "Once you understand it is about a railroad race, there isn't much more to the story.'' Mr. Bernagozzi is a wise teacher to listen once in a while instead of talking. Maybe this country should have been as wise when 11 children from the United States, Poland, Finland, West Germany, Japan, Afghanistan and Switzerland asked to meet with President Reagan and Soviet leader Mikhail Gorbachev during their meeting last year. They bore messages of peace from 230,000 children throughout the world. They were refused. A 13-year-old West German girl, Claudia Thorun, said, "We just wanted to tell them we want to be so old like Mr. Reagan and Mr. Gorbachev." I have never heard of a better reason for peace. Club News Toastmasters Evaluate Speakers The Logansport Toastmaster 621 met at the Ponderosa Steak House Monday, March 14. The special guest was Betty Fox. Word and poem master Robert Justice read' 'The Raven'' by Edgar Allen Poe. Toastmaster Ralph Todd spoke on the issue of human rights in the Middle East. Toastmaster Ron Rouser presented his speech "About Protests." An example given was that of deaf students protesting the appointment of a hearing president at Gallaudet Collge in Washington, B.C. The speakers were evaluated after their speeches, one of the functions of the club. The public is invited to see how to develop effective communication skills and leadership abilities. Meetings are held the second and fourth Mondays of the month at Ponderosa. . Mother's Day Planned by Beta Sigma Phi Alpha Phi chapter of Beta Sigma Phi met March 7 at the home of Lisa Small. The Mother's Day banquet will be held May 2 at Memorial Home. Founders Day will be held April 27 at the VFW. Officers were elected: Kim Long, president; Jane Johanning, vice president; Becky Frushour, treasurer; Alice Gustin, recording secretary; Lisa'Small, corresponding secretary; Kelly Tierney, extension officer; Kim Long, Judy Burkart and Lisa Small, City Council representatives. Alternate is Anita Thomas. Clinton 4-H'ers Elect Officers The Clinton Climbers 4-H Club elected officers: Jefferson Stevens, president; LisaHeckard, vice president; Benjamin Stevens, secretary; Mike Heckard, treasurer; Aaron Nicoll, devotions; and Robby Appleton, recreation. The club meets every third Thursday and invites children 8 to 18 to attend. Leaders are Kevin Hinkle and Suzanne Stevens. Worthwhile EH Gets Blood Bank Report The Worthwhile EH Club met recently in the home of Bess Prentice. Mary Felker and Jean Shanks gave the lesson "Pills Versus Food." Velma Hines reported on the Council meeting. June 8-10 was given as the date for the Home and Family Conference at Purdue. A report on the blood bank showed that 145 units of blood were donated during a blood drive sponsored by the Cass County EH Clubs. The Liberated Ladies, Pioneer Farmerettes and Worthwhile clubs were recognized for their success. The club plans to assist three needy families as a community service project. The next meeting will be April 19 in the home of Mary Felker. Mary Grace will be co-hostess. Sorority Discusses Province Convention Indiana Kappa chapter, Delta Theta Chi sorority, held a business meeting in the home of Janet Lamb, with Carol Rhoades as co-hostess. Plans for Pronto Pup Stand and Province Convention were discussed. The Province constitution and by-law changes were also discussed. The next meeting will be at the home of Lynn Ann Wilson on March 28. Pinewood Derby Action Continues Cub Scout Pack 3222, Main Street United Methodist Church, held its Pinewood Derby and winners were: Ben Shedron, first; Shane Michael, second; Jason DeWitt, third; and Jason Grogg, fourth. The first three received a trophy and a medal. Douglas Bates received a trophy for best-designed car and Mitch Valdez received a trophy for sportsmanship. The top four finishers will compete at the district contest at Pioneer elementary school. In other business, Mark Van Horn received a recruiter pin. Webelos Steve Harvey, Brian Banta, Brock Waldron, Ryan Baker, Jason DeWitt, J.D. Knapp, Rodney Reynolds, Jason Dunderman, Brent Kraay and Brandon Davis each received the geologist badge. The district recognition dinner will be 6:30 p.m. Saturday at Calvary Presbyterian Church. The next committee meeting is April 13 and the pack meeting is April 19. Lenten Breakfast Draws 260 The Women's Lenten Breakfast, sponsored by Church Women United of Cass County, was held yesterday at Calvary Presbyterian Church with All Saints Parish as host. Rev. Robin Smith, shared "Sermorun Song" with the 260 participants. The final breakfast of Lent 1988 will be held at 6:29 a.m. Monday at Calvary Presbyterian Church with Rosemary Vernon as the speaker. The Miami Baptist, Clymers United Methodist and Webb Chapel churches will act as hosts. American Legion 60 Celebrates 69th American Legion Post #60, celebrated its 69th birthday March 5. Auxiliary president Donna Snyder, presented the cake to Commander Dan Smith. Distinguished guests were Department Auxiliary president Irma Ward, second district commander, Gene Osterling, and Congressman Jim Jontz. 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