Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on March 27, 1988 · Page 6
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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 6

Logansport, Indiana
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Sunday, March 27, 1988
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Page 6 Pharos-Tribune, Logansport, Indiana, Sunday, March 27, 1988 People Logansport CLASS OF '35— Logansport High School Class of 1935 will meet at noon Monday in Amber's. ** * TOURIST CLUB — Tourist Club will have their annual dinner meeting at 6:30 p.m. Monday in Harvey's Restaurant. ** * TOASTMASTERS — Toastmasters Club will meet at 6:30 p.m. Monday in Ponderosa Steak House. Mike Dwyer and Joe Long will be speakers. The public is welcome to attend to learn about developing communication and leadership skills. Club members are available to other clubs as guest speakers. * * * LITERACY VOLUNTEERS - Literacy Volunteers of America will have an orientation meeting at 7 p.m. Tuesday in EI-Tip-Wa, 401 Tanguy St. People interested in learning in becoming a volunteer reading tutor are invited to attend, for more information, call Barbara Bevelhimer, 722-4266. * * * HORSE AND PONY 4-H - The Cass County 4-H Horse and Pony Club will meet at 7 p.m. Monday at the county fairgrounds in the indoor arena. Members are reminded that enrollment cards are due by Friday * » * CLASS OF '33 — Logansport High School Class of 1933 will have a luncheon at 12:30 p.m. Tuesday in the Elks Club. Lucerne ZSON UMW — Lucerne Zion United Methodist Women will meet at 1:30 p.m. Wednesday in the home of Josephine Frushour, Lucerne. Camden AMERICAN LEGION — American Legion will meet Monday night in the Legion home. Winamac DEMOCRATIC WOMEN — Pulaski County Democratic Women will meet at 7:30 p.m. Monday in the home of Catherine Hahn, Pulaski County road 600W, south of 850S. All interested Democratic women are invited to attend. Flora EH SPRING EVENT — The Carroll County EH Spring Event will feature a potluck dinner Tuesday at the 4-H Building in Flora. Nancy Kleckner, editor of Growing Child magazine, will be the guest speaker. * * * CONCERNED PARENTS — The Concerned Parents' Group will have its first meeting at the Flora Fireside Room at 7 p.m. Tuesday. A representative from Koala Center will speak. The public is invited. 1928 Class Needs Addresses The graduating class of 1928, Logansport High School, needs the addresses of the following classmates. Information should be directed to Ed Jorden at 753-4406 or Joy Barnes at 753- •David Allen '•Helen Barnes Chessman •A. Boxer Trickle »Leta Buchanan Weatherford •Robert Cochill •Ann DeSelmes Nolan •Louis Evert Gratteau •G.FordKeitzer •M. Grassmeyer Sousa •H. Hedrick Scarborough •Catherine Hight •Lina Jones Price •Thelma Price Pohl •U. Spencer Duncan •Leo Studebaker •Olive Wertz Taylor CHANGING BUDGETS How urban dwellers spend their wages // * X/V' /f v \' \\ Food and ^ beverage* *" .*. .*_*> J 35.4 // <> // Numbers equal percent of after - tax wages. 1982-84 "ource: Bureau of Labor Statistics NEA GRAPHIC On average, Americans living in an urban area spend far less of their after- tax wages on food now than they did in 1939. Housing, however, takes a bigger bite of the average paycheck • TIIK BQg^SHOPPE for EASTER BUNNY TOTE BAGS from Gordon Fraser DECORATED HAT BOXES UPS SHIPPING EASTGATE PLAZA 753-8122 DECORATED BOXES from The Gifted Line Gift Wrapping Packing, too! Hours: Won.-Fri. 10 to 5:30 Sat. 10 to 2 Watch Your Mail You, too, can win a giant prize by running for president It started off as a great week. I had my teeth cleaned and there were no cavities. I found my favorite lipstick in an old handbag that I thought was lost. And the daffodil bulbs I planted upside down were pushing up through the soil. Then 1 got a letter from an attorney in Ohio saying he was running me for President of the United States. His name is Thomas Cecil, Kettering, Ohio, and he is beating the crabgrass roots on my behalf to "put a little life in the White House,'' Tom, believe me when I tell you I am flattered by the offer and the buttons, "BUCKEYES FOR BOMBECK" and "BILL FOR FIRST MAN," but the truth is, I don't want to be President. It has nothing to do with being a woman and swimming against the tide. At Wit's End By Erma Bombeck Actually the polls say more than 50 percent of the population believe a woman could run the country. As a feminist once pointed out, "Why not a woman President! Ginger Rogers did everything Fred Astaire did ... she just did it backwards and in high heels." The truth is I'm overqualified. I don't want to run around kissing babies and licking spoons. I've done (hat for 30 years. And I've spent a lifetime sitting around high school gym- Engagemenfs Sampson-Sweet Mr. and Mrs. Gary A. Sampson, Winchester, announce the engagement of their daughter, Melanie A,, to James D. Sweet. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Ron Sweet, 729 State St. The bride-elect is a 1987 graduate of Logansport High School, and is employed at Super Valu. Her fiance graduated from LHS in 1984. He is employed at Exide Corporation. The couple plan a May 7 wedding in Grace Fellowship Church. Melanie Sampson James Sweet Bowman-Miller Mr. and Mrs. Victor Bowman, Rt. 4, announce the engagement of their daughter, Melissa Ann, to Mark Edward Miller. He is the son of John and Linda Miller, Rt. l, Galveston. Bowman will graduate from Lewis Cass High School in May. She is employed at K Mart. Her fiance will also graduate from LCHS in May, and is employed at Tire America, Kokomo. The couple plan a June 4 wedding in Baptist Temple. Melissa Bowman Mark Miller Duncan-Grigsby Christ Memorial Temple, Lafayette, will be the setting for the Aug. 27 wedding of Elisha Dawn Duncan, Lafayette, and David Lee Grigsby, West Lafayette. She is the daughter of Brenda M. Duncan and Ronald F. Duncan, both of Lafayette. He is the son of the Rev. and Mrs. Harold Grigsby, 1216-20th St. The bride-elect graduated from Temple Christian Academy, Lafayette, in 1984. She is employed at Lafayette Home Hospital. Her fiance graduated from Logansport High School in 1984, and is associate manager at Hardee's, West Lafayette. Kokomo Hospital Holds Programs On Menopause, Hormone Therapy KOKOMO -'- Howard Community Hospital is offering two programs this week for women. 'Stress: Coping With the Causes" is the topic of discussion for the Menopause Support Group, which will meet at 7 p.m. Monday in the women's center Outpatient offices in the Community Medical Arts Building, just south of the hospital. Meeting in the same location, but on Wednesday from 12:10 to 12:50 p.m., will be a lunch-hour program on hormone replacement therapy. Dr. Robert Kinsey, obstetrician and gynecologist, will discuss the myths and the facts about this treatment. Bring a sack lunch — drinks will be provided. Both programs are free and no registration is required. SUNDAY ONLY SALE March 27 Shop today and SAVE! 20% OFFSTOREWIDE^ **** ' ^ (SWIMSUITS NOT INCIUDED) ^ Hang Ten Joyce Ocean Pacific On the Rocks Sf. Michel Mamselle Organically Grown Matches Hang Ten for Kids Hours: Mon.-Thur», 9-4 Fri. 9-8 • Sat. 9-5 Sun. I2-S PDOL&PflTIO 2206 E. Market 722-5055 nasiums and finger-painting at the local day nurseries. Unless the national convention is held on a beach in the Caribbean, I don't want to run. I don't want to spend my weekdays washing out blouses in a Holiday Inn and my Sundays facing Sam Donaldson and George Will on television. Sam looks like every credit manager I've ever known, and George reminds me of the kid in grade school that the teacher always put in charge of taking names while she was out of the room. And he always did. I don't want another job where 1 have to work out of my home. I've done that and it's the pits ... people running in and out using your phone and asking where the extra tissue is. I'm sick of balancing budgets ... trying to figure out if we go out to dinner or make a house payment. No thank you. As for entertaining every dignitary who comes down Pennsylvania Avenue, that gets stale. For too many years I've hosted and hoisted until I thought my face would break from smiling. I didn't mean to overreact, Tom, but the Presidency is a dead-end job for women. We're ready for something bigger something at a higher entry level. Anniversaries Malays Celebrate 25 Years Mr. and Mrs. Mike Maloy, Mitchell and Michelle, both of Broken Arrow, Okla., formerly Abilene Texas, and Matthew, El of Logansport, celebrated their Paso, Texas, and five grand- 25th anniversary March 22. children. Maloy and the former Shirley Blevins were married March 22, He is employed at Hamiiton 1963. They have three children, Standard Controls, Oklahoma. Odds & Ends Associated Press The United States, Britain, the Soviet Union and 58 other nations signed the Nuclear Nonproliferation Treaty in 1968. It was designed to halt the spread of nuclear weapons. Shop Loganland First FRUIT & MEAT MARKET -WE ACCEPT FOOD STAMPS- FRESH Strawberries" ^ JUMBO Head FRESH 4fc *W 4^, ft* Lettuce 2 f°r/7 FROZEN Turkeys *dO 10-1 lib. ovg. M fj with purchase of additional meat items of MS" CHOICE BONELESS WHOLE OR HALF Rib Eyes CORN KING BONELESS Round Hams $tic«d f r«* or ut* at a rooit 99 R>. flat 1.69 "NEW" (CORN KING 94% FAT FREE BONELESS Flat Hams xtra lean Ib. 80% IE AN OR BETTER £ "I *} O Ground Chuck* \* «, "FLOWERS FOR EASTER" Primrose 4% "Pot Easter Lillies Available

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