Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on October 4, 1949 · Page 7
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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 7

Logansport, Indiana
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Tuesday, October 4, 1949
Page 7
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Tuesday Evening,. Oct. 4, 1949 I1RI1C ^^^ CROSSWORD PUZZLE ANSWBB TO rmiTiocs razzu •CBOII 1 -CushMB ' -Later 9-Dcfinlttutle!* nmoi* 13 — American patriot 14— HorM foddeu 11— Covenuit - ' 17— AMI leek*. daiaieallj ia— To p*ei 30— Nigerian Knit 21— To >!•!• 23— Pertalalai la Jtwlib law . 11— *avn 3t-*Mlhfni blackbird 1»— Foetbal) *o»|llnn (abbr.l li— Brlill* 37— Tut 3»— Profound «— Oait 43— To diner •i— Pith nuct 4»-MohainMda> thrlnt ass 030 as ur^a 23—cr.t* 30— Exclamation 31— Abatract b*io| II — To consume* «— Looked at wondering)* M— •ilkworn IS— Kxllt M— T» eipuni* l1--JaBaneu coin 33 DOWN 1—UoccBsln 3—Time gont bj a—Moil lens 4WThret- banded •rmadUlo I—Small surf ae* •—Small bird 7—Printer's measure B—To recall 9— Warm 10—To hasten 11—Bitter vetch IB—Playground II—Burden M—Blemish 31— White poplar 22—Catt's ftay xopt* 24—Brazilian palm 3*—Style of architecture aj-rTo admonlife 31—Lowest cUsi aboard ship S3—Sailing tephntqut 34— Arizona Indiana afi^-To pierce 88—Imitates 40— Egg-ihape* 41—Delicacies 45—To take on carto 4«—New Zealand parrot 47—Swi is river 41—RtwU 49—Befer* 50—KoUe M—Land ••aiur* home Sunday evening for a few- weeks viilt. Mr. and Mrs. Agness were dinner guests of friends at Bunker Hill Sunday and stopped for Mrs. Agness on their way home to South Bend. Mrs. Emma McLaughlin entertained 16 members of the Past Chief club at her home Friday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Anthony Carl and children of Crown Point spent Sunday with the latter'8 parents, Mr. and Mrs. Vance Hawkins. Mrs. James Kitchell and son Mike and Mrs. Pearl Pugh and son Don were business visitors in Winamac Saturday afternoon. Wayne Hornbeck, son of Mr. and Mrs. Claud Hornbeck, and a graduate of the local school last year, has been appointed minister to the Be- Ihel Tabernacle at Vandalia, 111. The W. S. W S. of the E. U. B. church will meet at 1:30 o'clock Wednesday evening, October 5, in the church parlors. The W. S. "W: S. of the Coby church will be guests at this meeting. Hostesses are: Dolly Feltis, Mary Berkshire and Gladys Ashby. Valda Mappin will be study leader. The two-year-old son of Mr. and Mrs. John Mclntyre, who-fell from an open car door near Gary, was dismissed from the hospital in Gary and brought to his home here, The cut on his forehead required several stitches. Mrs. George Smith, Charles I Smith, and Mr. and Mrs. Fred Os[ wait spent Saturday and Sunday in j Detroit. Mich*., visiting Mr. Oswalt's ; aunt who is 92 years old and her i daughter. All Seven of Family Take to Water FALL RIVER, Mass. (UP) The swi .iiing Mercers, they call them. j A one-family swim party, father i John, 53, and three ot his children covered about seven and a half miles each. The. father was eight minutes faster than son Robert, 13. But son John, Jr., 18, beat his father by 22 minutes and daughter Alphea, 21, did it by 21 minutes. Eleven-year-old t^lns Hope and Faith stayed in the swim for three miles.- Mrs. Mercer went along in a rowboat as coach. "And the next question is, 'Did you give.to.the Coanunity Chest this Star City The W. S. C. S. 'of the Methodist j church will meet at 7:30 o'clock | Wednesday evening, October 5, at | the home of Mrs. Harold Brown. | Mrs. T. R. Roberts will have ! charge of devotions, and Mrs. Lu| ther Blimi will review the book, | "Burma Surgeon." Mrs. W. W. i Welch will have charge of the 1 special feature and Mrs. Ralph Bl| shop will give items of interest fi'oni the magazines. Hostesses include: Mrs. Harold Brown. Mrs. O. G. Kelley, Mrs. ktfis *- « « ogansport Pharos-Tribun* 7 Mrs. Archie Richard Thompson, Hiatt, Mrs. Dwight Surber, and Mrs. Lloyd Carpenter. Mr. and Mrs. Russell Batty entertained at a family gathering Sunday, Mr. and Mrs. Holla Stamback, Mrs. William Stephens of Long | Beach, Calif.. Miss Betty Jo Smyser 'of Indianapolis, Mr. and Mrs. C. V. McFadden,'Etta and Bob, .Mr. and Mrs Charles McFadden, Mr. and Mrs. Darrell McFadden, Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Wislocki of Crown Point, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Stephens, Mr. and Mrs. D. P Surber and Dai<line, Mrs Delia Strong, Edna an<J George Stephens. Tht Star City American Legion Auxiliary will meet at S o'clock Thursday evening, October 6, at the home of Mrs. Fahler. Mrs. Tsm Davis will assist the hostess and have charge of the social hour. Mrs. Eve Davidson; district two president, will be the principal:: speaker. Plans will be made for the" district meeting >o he held Wednesday. October 12, at the Star City Methodist church. World-Wide Communion Sunday was observed in Star City with services at both the Methodist and the Christian churches, marking the opening of an attendance crusade at both churches. The Star City Unit of the War Mothers of World War II met with Mrs. Robert Galbreath oa Seffit- 20. Fish lliU'S I'leniy PRAIRIE DU CHIEN, \Vis. —C. M. Brooks had a ready an-'.. swer to the "are they biting?" queV tioii from a fisherman. Brooke held up a finger to prove it. He had hjJs- hand in the water clearing the; dock of grass. A black base notched onto his finger and rose half out of: the water with it before letting Winamac The Indian Creek Home Economics club will meet Wednesday afternoon with Mrs. John Kppkey. Sirs. Bert Reanii will be a(Blst- gchool Thursday, Friday and Saturday. Mrs. Hugo Davies has been here dismantling her former home in Klmwood Gardens. She was accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. George <v,viiii i* am <vu M,7 AUI . aiiu i>»i a. \jcui gv ant liosteaa. Answer to roll call j Fitzgerald of Waukegan, Illinois. will be "What I Like About This Mrs. Harry w Bowers and /. Budd will give the lea- Month." Mrs. S. son. The Tippecanoe Home Economics club w|ll meet Thursday evening with Mrs. A. K. Hoesel. The lesson will be given by Mrs. L. Jay Reinholt. Assisting the liost- ess will be Mrs. Charles Dilts. A three-car wreck occurred near William L. Mills et al have filed suit in Carroll Circuit court against John S. Mills and others for partition of realestate and accounting In the estate o! Jesse Mills. George Qbear is attorney for the plaintiffs. Kenneth Eugene Sweet, 20, of Lafayette was arrested by Deputy Sheriff Sparky Carey Saturday after he lost control of his the" Winamac bridge""on" the 'eaTt I » lt>th er's car in Carrollton town- edge of town. Oscar Cowger was ! 8hi P west of state road 29 ' The making » left turn when his car wa* hit by one driven by James Slodcrback. The Cowger car in turn struck a car driven by W. Sniith. Dan.age was nominal and MO one was hurt. Miss Delores Moody of Lafayette si>eiil the week-end here with her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Mopciv. Miss Carolyn Kroft, who is at- teudins Purdue university, spent the weekreml with Mr. and Mrs. John 7<;-oft. Oscar Strasscr was a business •visitor in Lpgansport Monday. Mr-, and Mrs. Bert Mitchell spent the week-end ia AJopon with Mr. and Mrs! Srr.est Smith. Itelativcs here have received word that Mrs. Clara Mogon is improving at Methodlit hospital where she was taken some time ago after suffering a broken leg. 31r. and Mrs. Shirley Copland and children. Mary and Don; and ?.!r, and Mrs. Paul Copland and son. Mark: spent the week-end in> Chicago*. --with Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Heuinger.and children and Xr. 'and Mrs. Say Vanacoyk and children. Plan, are being made for a fall festival and turkey supper to be held Wednesday evening, Novenir 1)=- 9. a: the St. Joseph hall in car. damage was estimated at $400. Sweet was fined one dollar and costs on charges of driving without a beginners license. Beta Psi Chapter of Psi Iota Xi will hold a business session at the Delphi library on the evening of October 13. The next party will he held on the evening of October 27 with the following committee in charge of arrangements: Merle Jones. Donna Julien, Mary Jo Rockhill, joy Lybrook, Naomi Anderson. Margaret Maxwell, and Wanda Kleplnger. Mrs. Wesley Draper, president of the Democrat township Home Economics club was among the county club .presidents who reported at the Federation council meeting held at the home of Mrs. Jchn Oaks In Flora recently. .. The next meeting of'the Legion Auxiliary will be held at the Legion home on the evening of October IS. The Education of Wai- Orphans will be the subject for discussion. Committee members Include: Helen Quick. Hilda Holmes-, Carrie McCain. Helen Clifford, Marjorie Plummer, Mable Clawson. Marjorie Clifford, -Mary Arnold and Edith Farr. The Moosehart committee and the Moosehart alumni committee ivill sponsor a rummage sale at the courthouse assembly room on M;-. and Mrs. Phillip Kruzick i Saturday, October 8. from 9 a.m. r.nd children attended the air show j to 5 p.m. Donations are to be sent at Tiledaryville Sunday. Also at-j to the courthouse or call Mrs. tending from Winamac- were Mr. Oliye Hubbard or Mrs. Byram ;-.r.u Mrs. Marshall Fritz and dai:- Crosby. "liter v.-'no flew their private piano " '. . t-j the show. Delphi Mrs. Guy Thomas of Lafayette r.a» a week-end guest of Misses Ida and Kmroa .Fvushour. Miss Berdina Reagan was taken to the St. Elizabeth hospital Satur- Royal Centre The Mothers Study club will meet at the home of Mrs. Eileen Siqali at S o'clock Wednesday evening, October 5. A hallpween party has been arranged and all members are asked to come masked. Several local persons expept to ilay where she submitted to an I attend the annual Fifth District emergency appendectomy on Sun- j c-onvention of the Knights -of Py- clay. Her mother. Mrs. Ralph Rea- j thias to be held Wednesday eve- san ipent Monday at the hospital j nine. October 5, at the Castle with her. .j Hall of Fredpnia Lodge No. 122 Slate Patrollrnan Elmer Holt- rtian has returned home from Camp Mrs. Nelle Agness accompanied Atterbury where he attended a gun i her son, Walter and family to.thelr of Rochester. Do We Have to Die? Thirty-eight years ago In for- ! biden Tibet, behind the highest I mountain* in the world, a young Engliihnian named Edwin J. Dingle found the, answer to this question. A great mystic opened liU i eyct. A great change came over him--He realised the strange power that knowledge gives. i Tlwt Power, he »ays. can train- form the life of anyone. Queslioni, whatever they are,, can be answ«r ? ed. The., problems of health, death, poverty, and .wrong, can be iplved. In his own case, he warn brought back to splendid health. H» acquired wealth toe. »s well at world-wide professional reeogni-1 tion. Thirty-eight years ago, he j was sick as a man eould be and live. Once his coffin wag bought. Years of almost continuous tropical fevers, broken bones, near blindness, privation and danger had made a human wreck of him. physically and mentally. He -was about to be sent back to England to die. when a strange message came—"They are waiting for you in Tibet." He wants to tell the whole world what lie learned there, under the guidance o£ the greatest mystic he ever encountered during hU 21 years in the Far East. He wants everyone to experience tha greater health and the Power which there came to him. Within ten years, he was able to retire lo ihi» country with a fortune. He has been hoT\ered by {•llowEhiui in the world's leading geographical societies, for his work a» a geographer. And today, 38 years later, Jie is still so athletic, capable of BO much work, so young In appearance, it la hard t« believe he has lived so lens. As a first step in their progress toward the Power that Knowledge gives, Mr. Dingle wants to send to readers of this paper a 9,000-word treatise. He says the time is here for it to be released to the Western world, and offers lo send it, free of cost or obligation, to sincere readers of this notice. For your free copy, address The Institute of Mentalphysics, 213 South Hob&rt Blvd., Dept. L-110, Los Angeles -1. 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