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1 TO Logansport Pharos-Tribune Young America The Missionary society or the Jocal Baptist church met recently at the home ot Mrs. James Moore. 3Irs. Raymond Kuse received the attendance prize. Mrs Ralph Downham had charge of devotions and Mrs. Huse gave the lesson on "Japan." Sixteen members, 3 Childre annd two guests, Mrs. Wolt from Darrough Chapel church near Kokomo and Mrs. James Boston'were present. Contests were held with Mrs. Downham, Mrs. Robert Hursh, Mrs. Harry R. Rea and Mrs. Sam Cripe winners. ' Homecoming will be held at the Baptist church Sunday., Oct. 9th The pastor, the Rev. Harry R. Rea; will have charge of the morning worship when the new organ and chimes will be dedicated. -'A basket dinner will be. served in the basement at noon. The Rev. Jack Yarian ot the Sharon Baptist church will be the afternoon speaker. The day marks the beginning of a two weeks revival and Rev. Yarian will deliver the message each evening. The Congregational Christian church will observe homecoming Sunday, Oct. 9. Rev. Everett Nix- OB of Kokomo, pastor of the Church •will hold services in the morning after which a basket dinner will be Berved. A program will be given In the afternoon and the Rev. Everett Looker of the Hickory Grove church, north and west of Young America will have charge of the services. Rev. Looker was reared IE Young America. The Young • America Knitting club held their meeting Tuesday afternoon with Mrs. David Cripe hostess. Twelve members were resent." Mrs. David Lybrook received •the attendance prize. The next meeting will be with Mrs. Lybrook, Refreshments of pecan pie, cheese, crackers, and coffee were served. Teachers and families from the Young America and Deacon schools attending the county wide social meeting at the Noble twbnship ichool. Wednesday evening were George K. Jackson. Rev. and Mrs. Harry ». Rea, Mr...and Mrs. Ralph Rich, Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Smith, Mr. and Mrs. George Thompson »nd famil. Mrs. Kepple, . Mrs. Bartlow, Mrs. Eugene Conrad, and Miss Edna .Weity. >• ' Miss Katie Lybrook has enrolled ta the school of Home Economics In Purdue University. Katie was »nc of 250 students chosen • from i field of 700 to sing In the Purdue Ilee club. . Mrs. James Moore and daughter Francis and, Mrs. Raymond Huse ittended the public initiation of the Freshman girls of the Northwest-' irn high school into the Sunshine lociety Wednseday night. The program v,-as held In the First Bap- list church in Kokomo. The meet- tafr was opened by an organ prelude. The past president installed Ihe new officers as follows: Mary Jouise Granson. president; Betty Surt. vice- president: Norma Jean Ourr, treasurer; Phyllis Morgan, recording secretary; Mary Lou Helmuth, corresponding secretary. An electric guitar solo was pre- lented by Mary Jo Cole, followed iy the processional of the 24 can- lldates. A vocal solo was jtriven ly Bonita Yater and Phyllis Mor[an gave the history of the Sun- ihine society. The initiation was Ihen held after which Eonita Yater |ang "My Task." Mrs. Loren Coombs, dean of girls of the Ko- tomo high school gave an address. I solo "The Lord's Prayer" was lung by Norma White Bandalter, followed by the Benediction by Betty Dean. The Senior class of the Young America school will hold a scrap ' drive Thursday, October 6. They will collect iron, paper, rags, and * fertilizer bags. Anyone living out ! side the Young America and Deacon i community that wants their scrap | Itaken call the Young America j building or any member of the j Senior class. | Bob Beck, freshman in the local j school suffered a painful injury i to his thumb and forefinger while ; working with a bandsav,- in the j industrial arts class. He was treat' ed by the local physician. Born to Mr. and Mrs. Robert Chambers, a son, at Memorial hospital. Mrs. D. E. Lybrook spent Wednesday and Thursday in Indianapolis where she attended the 100th anniversary of the State Medical Society, and also' attended a tea at the Governor's mansion. The Freshmans class of the Northwestern high school enjoyed a weiner roast and party Thursday night at Garrison's orchards, east of Kokomo, the home of Rebecca Garrison. After eating, the group went to the house where outdoor games were played. Approximately 50 were present. Chaperoning the group were Miss Alice Richards, sponsor, principal ^nd Mrs. R. W. Bray and coach and Mrs. Thomas Dean. • Phyllis Wilson. Bob Draper, Marilyn Power and Pat C!em spent Sunday at Benton Harbor, Michigan end visited the House of David, and Silver Beach and other places of interest along Lake Michigan. Mr. and Mrs. Rex McCloskey have purchased the property of Mrs. Nora Hursh and will move on the return from their honeymoon trip. Mr. und Mrs. Dale Henry have purchased a lot on Elizabeth St. in Young America, from Mrs. Mae Wilson and will start immediately to build a prefabricated house. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Jones near j Young America and Mrs. Marie i Wills of Kokomo saw "Oklahmoa'' j at Lafayette, Friday night, j 107 were present Wednesday ' night when the Deacon Grange mot i at the Grange Hall. The first and second degree teams conferred for twelve candidates. A playet "The : Missionary Box" was given by Mrs. i Alma Fromuth and Bruce Roll, i Littln Marcia Conk, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Conk, sang "Candy Kisses" and little Sharon Rol. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Brace Roll sang "Powder Your Face with Sunshine." It v.-as announced the Third degree team and the Harvest drill team will practice Oct. 10th. Refreshments of pie^and coffee were served. The home economics committee, of the Deacon Grange held a tea Thursday afternoon at the hall. The committee was Mrs. Ella Crockett, Mildred Lutz and Mrs. Lee Wilson. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Tobias of Kokomo showed colored films on .a recent tour they made to Guatemala. Jamaica, Bermuda, New York, Canada. Washington and California. The trip took eleven day by air. The Rov. and Hrs. LePage who recently moved here to fill the pastorate ot the E. U. B. churches of the Young America circuit, have enrolled their daughter in the first grade of the Deacon school. Mrs. Alma Robertson, teacher in the Carrollton school, is 'ill with pneumonia. The P. T. A. of the Carrollton school held a basket dinner for the faculty at the school Friday night Mrs. Hazel Freundt and daughter. Miss Betty Brown. Mrs. George Ila'nl and Mrs. Raymond Huse F-90 models mod* of iletl and plastic to Ihouiandtht-incb accuracy P-38 takes F-90 to 35,000 feef. Radar plots model's dive. spent Saturday in Indianapolis. Mrs. Hazel Freund,t attend the first meeting of the Schoolmasters club at Kokomo Thursday. Two Local Youths Pledged at Wabash Two Logansport athletic stars, who are matriculating at Wabash college. Crawt'ordsville, pledged fraternities over the week end. Tom Long became freshman pledge president of Phi Delta Theta, while John Price was pledged to Sigma Chi. The former has an athletic scholarship and the latter a competitive scholarship. XOTICK TO TAXPAVFHS OF AODITIOXAl, APPROPRIATIONS Notice is hereby given the taxpayers of Washington Township, Cass County. Indiana, that the proper legal ..officers of said municipality at their regular meeting place, at eight o'clock p. in. on JOth (lay ot October. ]!>•!!), will consider the following, additional appropriations which said officers consider necessary to meet the extr.iordlnary emerg-ency existing- at this time. Township Fund Care ot Cemeteries Special School Fund Repair of Building 5900.00 Repair nt Equip. 100.00 School Supplies 20U.OO Janitor Supplies 50.00 Fuel lor School 500.00 5100.00 T °tal S1S50.00 .taxpayers appearing- at such mecunfr shall have a rig-lit to be heard thereon. The additional appropriation as finally made will be automatically referred to the State .Board of Tax Commissioners, which Board will hold a further hearing within fifteen days at the Countv Auditor's office of Cass County, Indiana, or at such other place as may he designated. At such hearing- I taxpayers objecting: to any of such [additional appropriations may be I heard and interested taxpayers'may tnqutre of the "County Auditor when and where such hearing will be held CHARLES .STEPHEN-SON Officer of Taxing Unit 27-4 Read Classified Ads NOTICE TO BUILDING WRECKERS. Notice Is hereby given that on the 12th day of Hay. 1943, an order was served upon the Board of Commissioners, County of Cass, State of Indiana, by Dclbert Taflinger. Deputy Fire Marshall of the .State of .Indiana, ordering the removal of vacant dwelling- houses, to-wit: House situated on the west side ot Fourth Street and south of the i'ast-\vest alley known as 110 -Ith Street, and located upon the north part of Lot 100 of the original Plat of the City of l,og-ansport, Indiana. House at S3S .State Street and shed in rear, Logansport, Ind. That said order directed that such building: be removed within thirty days. In accordance therewith, the undersigned -will receive s/.aled proposals for the demolition and removing of such buildings at the office of Paul C. Barnett, Auditor of Cass County, Indiana, until the hour of ten o'clock A. M. CST on the ];>th day of October. 19-13. The proposal shall state that the pro- poser shall remove such building- and all debris and rubbish accruing therefrom on or before the 35th dav of Novmber, 1349, and shall state further the amount the proposer will pay for such building-. A contract for the demolition and removal of such building- will be awarded to the proposer offering: the best proposition, and all salvaged material shall be the property of the proposer. The proposer to whom a contract is awarded will be required to provide a. performance bond payable to the Board with surety and in the amount to the approval of the Board. The order of the State Fire Mar- shall is on file in the office of the Auditor and can be inspected bv anyone interested. Any amount re~- ceived for such building: will be applied upon the delinquent taxes owing against such property. Dated this 1st day of October. 1940. CHARGES M. ENYART, Pres. U. R.- HAUCK. Pec'y. DKI.BBRT SMITH. BOARD OF CO1UHSSTONERS CASS COUNTY, INDIANA. DONALD D. O'NEILL, ATTORNEY HE WAS "PAKTI8AJP AVashington, Oct. 4 (#>)— Judge Serman Minton acknowledged toda that as a senator lie was a "partisan", but he said he left partisanship behind when he -became a jurist. Vandenberg Recovering Following Operation ANN ARBOR, Mich., Oct. 4 (UP) —University hospital authorities reported Senator Arthur H. Van- denbers in "fine" condition today after half of his left lung was removed in a lengthy operation. Dr. John Alexander, chief surgeon, said lie couldn't expect the Senate Republican leader to feel better. The .delicate six and one-half hour operation yesterday was needed to correct a lung lesion, Alexander said. TRUCK LOAD SALE YELLOW-RIPE BANANAS FOLK'S TRUCK MKT. Incorporated 310 THIRD STREET AND TRUCK MKT. Road 24, 29, 35 At Whearland Ave, Until Further Notice THE COUNTRY KITCHEN Will Be Open 9 a. m, to 6 p. m. FRIDAYS AND SATURDAYS ONLY 2407 HIGH STREET v PHONE 21502 Special Orders May Be Phoned to Residence Phbna 40319, Mrs'. Leona Tippey Fisherman Catches Wallet With $100 BREVIK, Minn. (UP) — George Woodhull, New- York, was fishing on Leech Lake near here when he snagged a wallet which contained $102, two photographs, two keys, a wedding ring, and an identification. He returned the wallet and the contents to Jliles Pothast, Melbourne, la. Pothast said he lost the billfold on a vacation last year. j" Tuesday Evening, Oct. 4, 1949 i Inmates of Sing Sing To Hear Series Games I OSSINING, N. Y./Cct. 4—(UP) —Sing Sing's 1.755 inmates will • be excused from work in all dc- i partments to hear amplified broadcasts of the world series games | in the prison yard, Warden Wil! liam E. Snyder announced. Burlington Eddie J—ugston entertained several iittle friends at his fifth birthday party. The afternoon was spent playing games and seeing movies. Those present were: Darrell Sink. John Robert Moore, Allen Brubaker, Jiinmie Davison, Tomnr. and Max Langston. Ronald Yacuk, Mark Redding. Jo Ellen Garrison, Cathy Stephens, Jeanie Anderson, and Linda and Eddie Langston, Mrs. Doris Yacuk and Nicky.. Mrs. Freida Langston, Mrs. Esther Davison, and Mrs. Carl Shank. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Shanks left Monday on a trip to Glen Springs, Colorado, to visit the former's brother. Mr. and Mrs. Glen Smith will leave Wednesday on a trip through southern Indiana and Kentucky. They will visit Mammoth Cave. Mrs. Win. Douglas is a patient in the Memorial hospital. Mrs. Gene Dillman, polio patient, is still improving at the Robert Long hospital in Indianapolis. TOUSG FIHEBCG SELAH, Wash. (UP)—A 12-year- old boy admitted to police setting five fires because he had lately been seized- with the urge to see firemen in action and all the excitement that goes with it. DIES OF 1XJCRIES EVANSVILLE, Oct. 4—(UP)— Truman Stallings, 69, New Harmony, died yesterday of injuries received last Thursday when lie was struck by a truck at a New Harmony bridge where he was - a toll taker. Kenneth E. 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