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Logansport, Indiana
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Tuesday, October 29, 1957
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PAGE SIX THE LOGANSPOBT PRESS, LOGANSPORT, INDIANA. TUESDAY, OCTOBER!», SOCIAL NEWS- + PERSONALS + PRESS SOCIETY PACE + PATTERNS + CLUB NOTES Panel Discussion Held At 3rd Mothers Study Club Meeting Friday • Mrs. Gale Martin was hostess to the Third Mothers study club Friday evening when a panel discussion by doctors of- the Logansport State Hospital was heard. • Guest night was also featured •with 35 members answering roll call by introducing their guests or giving an individual childhood fear. . Mrs. Barbara Cooper, president, 'opened the meeting, and Mrs. Joyce Dawson, secretary, report"ed. Mrs.. William Parkins, program chairman, then introduced Dr. Sylvia Cheng and her associates, Dr. L, R. Witsaman, and Dr. Phipps, all' of the State hospital, •whose subject for a panel discussion was "Children and Their Problems." . Also discussed by tlhe panel and members were "Why Do Children Become Disturbed" and "Is TV Detrimental to' a Child." Dr. Witsaman stated that a child should not become so absorbed in TV as to exclude read-ing or take the place of a pasrent. . -He went on to say that parents^ must lay the foundation for aj child's personality. Dr. Chen commented that boys and garl from 16 to 18 to a certain ex ten need supervision as most dis turbed young people have -the m-cs freedom and too often give ven to their own impulses and in siincts. - Dr. Phipps also commented tha one can be overprotective ' of a child as children prefer indepen dence and resent too much protection. He also slated that the change from childhood to adoles not the only great cbang- which takes place in a youngster's life. The meeting was closed and re freshments were served by De lores Binder, Ruth Howard, Sally Bollei and Lee Davis. The nex' Girl Scout News meeting is November la with Mrs Olive Harvey. Fulton Rainbow Girls : Hold Regular Meeting : The Fulton Assembly No. 92 Order of Rainbow "for Girls, met for in the Mother Ma- Ad- s" regular meeting sonic hall with the visor, Mrs. Merle Fry opening the meeting. '•Worthy Advisor, Lelia Fry, presided over the session arid "Mom" Hume, Senior Grand Deputy of Logansport, was escorted east and given grand honors and welcomed by the Worthy Advisor. -.Practice for initiation was held and practice announced for the November 4th meeting. . Sharyn Johnston, .Grand Musician, was installed as Musician for the- term. • On the refreshment committee for the next meeting will be Barbara Carithers, Susie Carithers, Sandra Babb and Mrs. Dorothy Lease. DR. 0. L BRAUN Reg. Podiatrist : Foot Specialist FOOT AfLMENTS : Office: 314 North St. { LOGANSPORT, PHONE 3330 I Wednesday] & Fridays 9 to 4 PERU OFFICE: 715 W«t 5th Sf. Mon, Tuei., Thur., Sot. 9 to 8 Peru Phone: GRIDIEY.33674 \ Troop 61 of Walton held a Hal loween party Saturday nigiht at ; th home of flheir leader, Mrs. Down hour. Prizes for best masked wer awarded to Cheryl Downiiour an Tana Rose. Contests were won b Sandy Hosier, Judy Hammond, an Cheryl Downhour. Games in keep ing with Halloween were playe< and group singing and dancing con eluded the evening. Refreshments were, served buffe style at a gayly decora-ted tabl to members: Sandy Hosier, Jud Hammond, Cheryl Downhour, Ja Dowden,, Betty Jo Nicholas, Patt Hyman, Mrs. Virginia Sprinkle and Mrs. Juanita Downhour. Oitiei guests were Tana Rose, Lind< Nicholas, Fran Snyder, Greg an Tanya Downihour, Mrs. Kay Hos ler, and Mrs. Ethel Mofaler. * * * Girl Scouts of Troop No. 1, o the Wheatland Avenue church, con vened in the church with the fla ceremony given in opening with Becky Hammond, Nancy White Carla Keitzer and Marsha Hunt singer taking part. Fonda J 1 . Ballard, president conducted the meeting and an nouncements were made by Bar bara Collins, leader, and Jane Shaffer, assistant leader. A cook out will be held Wed nesday afternoon at the school or camp if the at the Girl Scout weather permits. Patrols held roll call and groups voted on names of patrols to be Mermaids, patrol 1; Pigs in the Pulp, patrol 2 and Rose Patch, patrol 3. Bonnie Strauch was named in charge of the scrap book, Becky Hammond, song leader and Beverly Carson, game leader. Taps closed the meeting. * * * Girl Scouts of Troop No. 3, St. Vincent church, met Monday evening at the school with prayer opening the meeting. Roll was called and the secretary's report read. Miss Betty Minneman, leader, asked the girls for the Scout laws. Following two dances, the meeting closed with the "Squeeze" and taps. Hand-In-Hand Class Has Hallowe'en Party Mr. and Mrs. Don Jamison assisted Mr. and Mrs. Garland Eshelman Sunday evening when they were host and hostess to the Hal- .owe'en party held by the Handin-Hand class of the Ninth Street Qhrdstdan churdi. The entertaining rooms were d corated in a Halloween motif, an all members came masked. Prize* ivent to Mr. and Mrs. Tom Gillun and Mr. and Mrs. Jack Hood, Don Jamison, president, conduc ed the business meeting at whic ime the following officers wer ilected: • Tom Gillum, president Eshelmam', vdee-pr-esideni Society LADIES EAGLE BOOSTERS Members of the Ladies Eagle Booster club- convened Thursday evening for the annual Hallowe'en party. Masked winners • were Erma Walls, Isabel Rhodes and Mary Dorney. Refreshments were served and cards played with prizes going to Marie Kiminer, Mary Dorney Ann Fries," Erma Walls, Isabel Rhodes, Florence Garr, Lottie Jackson, Ruth Everling, Ruth Seward, and Verna Williams. Door prizes went'to Oma Emerson and Kate Schrader. * t> * MRS. WATTS HONORED Mrs. Frank Watts of route one Royal Center, was honored with a carry-in supper on her 75th birthday Saturday evening. Present were Mr. and Mrs. Archie Watts, Mr. and Mrs. James Watts and family, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Grauel and family, Mr. and Mrs. Junior Moss and Mrs. Robert and son, Mr. Weisenberger, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Watts, Mrs. Bill Coffing and children, Mrs. Donald Grauel and son, and Bill Vernon. Gifts were presented and refreshments served. * * * BIRTHDAYS MARKED A combination'hayride and wiener roast was held Saturday at. the 3>aiir farm, south of Lake.-Cicott, honoring the birthdays of Bill Barr and Gene Carney. Guests were Mr. and Mrs. Jack Bruck, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Dougas, Mr. and Mrs. Dick Lantz, \lr. and Mrs. John Willy, Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Willy, Mr. and Mrs. Bob Carney, Mr. and Mrs. Owen Mte, Mr. and Mrs. Bob Shideler, VIr. and Mrs, Jack Bell, Mr. and VTrs. Billy Bob Jones, Mr. and VIrs. Bud Carney, Mr. and Mrs. ene Carney, Bill Barr and Rita Holton. YWCA News Seventh Grade Riley Y Teens met.Monday evening at 4 p.m.. ia the Annex with singing of "Y Teen Song" and "Our Song" opening the session. Pam Beale accompanied at the piano. • • Margaret Ranee gave prayer and Marsha Friek read the roll. Hathy Holmes, president, announced" a' skit on posture which was followed by a talk by Miss Betty Wickersham. The president announced formal recognition fco be October 29th at 7:30 p.m. and closed the meeting. " The next meeting will be November 4th. ' / Weather Elsewhere By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Jarbara Hood, secretary -treasurer Games were enjoyed witih prize [oing to Suzanne Fidler, Jac Hood and Paul Fidler won th oor prize. Refreshmens were served. Mr and Mrs. Charles Jilcott wer guests. The next meeting is Nov ember 24 with Mr. and Mrs. Hoo< The average U.S. citizen eat more than 160 pounds of mea nnually. Draperies-Slipcovers 220 E. Marker Street Phone 3609 Window Shades Venetian Blinds Rugs-Carpets Upholstery WEDNESDAY MORNING SPECIAL Boy's FLANNEL SHIRTS • Full cut • Short sleeves Sportswear — 1st Ffoor Regular $1.00 Value • Sizes 3-8 • Sanforized • Pockets • Plaids, stripes, prints Children's-lst floor LADIES' BLOUSE SALE! • Sizes 30-38 " Reg. 94c Value • Solids, prints, stripes • i^% •• -^ • Dressy and tailored styles |P^ m T+ Atlanta, clear Bismarck, cloudy oston, cloudy /hicago, clear inoinnati, clear Cleveland, clear 'eniver, cloudy )es Modnes, clear tetroit, clear 'argo, cloudy ' ort Worth, clear ndiamapolis, clear acfcsomville, clear ; ansas City, cloudy Los Angeles, cloudy Memphis, clear Miami, cloudy Milwaukee, ' cloudy Mpls-St.Paul, clear Moline, cloudy New Orleans, clear New .York, dear Omaha, clear Phoenix, rain San Diego, cloudy New Boss Wipes Out Wilson Cut Of SI 10 Million WASHINGTON (^-Secretary .of Defense McElroy -'Monday wiped out a military spending out of at least 170 million 'dollars, ordered >y his .predecessor, Charles E. Wilson, which dipped into basic research funds. McElroy said the basic research appropriation of $1.7 billion au- ihorized by Congress for the fiscal year which star-ted July 1 must not be touched in any. economy drive. " ( . ' . Wilson on Aug. 17 had ordered the-Army, Navy, and Air Force to cut their spending by an amount equal to 10 per cent of the money !or basic research. That is the long - range" scientific program which frequently does not produce immediate useful results. The secretary, according to Pentagon spokesmen, had intended that the money would not come cut of the $1.7 billion, but out of the $3.6 billion set aside for procurement and production in the research and development field/ ' Acted Differently However, 'the vagueness of Wilson's directive, resulted in the three services approaching the cut in different ways. The Air Force imposed a flat percentage cut on its various projects, the Navy made a project-by - project study and the Army combined the two approaches. AS. a result, the 59 33 basic research fund was being 52 28 slashed. This brought stiff criticism from members of Congress and Champaign, 111., came Sunday and accompanied their aunt Mrs., Katharine Gushing to the Garwood Home at Champaign to spend the winter months. Mrs. Robert Decker and children spent.from Thursday to Sunday at Iowa City, Iowa with her sister Mrs. Richard Rhody and 'son Kurt Mrs. William 'Nims and Mrs. Robert Alexander' and son Tim visited frpm Friday to-Sunday at Danville,. 111., with Mrs. Thomas Dilts and children. • Mr. and "Mrs. Francis -Knarr and Miss; Betty Knarr were at South Bend on Sunday visiting in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Knarr and daughter Stephanie Sue. Announcements • TUESDAY The executive" meeting of Col umbia P'.T.A. will be held Tues day evening at 7 p.m. in the school. * * M 48 27 45 35 55 30 55 34 58 32 56 26 59 31 54 30 61 38 5733 7562 5929 73 53 58 30 59 31 5428 57 411 56 29 6658 71162 Seattle, cloudy Tampa, clear Washington, clear Winnipeg, cloudy M-Massing organizations which had contracts with the military to handle the •basic research projects. Some firms and research groups said it disrupted their operations to be cut back on plans for which they had arranged financing. .Sen.' Moraroney (D - Okla) de- cribed the slash- as an example of "meat ax economy" which he said is "ten times as dangerous as have been the reductions, out- backs and stretchouts in the proof weapons already in 6742 52 35 4625 ^production. Peru City Council In Special Session PERU —The Peru City. Council will meet in special. session Tuesday to act upon several important business matters. •Mayor John' Devine, who called the special- session said that he discuss off-street parking; hiring additional legal counsel to assist the city attorney in the court action brought about by the remohstrators to the city's annexation program; action on the curfew amendment and tie -taxi cab ordinance. CORRECTION VFW Auxiliary will serve the Policeman's . banquet November 13-tih instead of November 31st • En* Of M SPECIALS onth FOUNDATIONS I AND ' * GJRDLBS off ONE GROUP S011ED GARMENTS Values to $20.00 Your ohoice $5.00 UghfwBight- Girdles and Pcmty Briefs $3.00 EXTRA SPECIAL Special Groups of DRESSES SKIRTS SWEATERS Values to $19-95 $4.00 tielfa. APPAREL SHOP 320 Fourth St. The. Defense Department said Monday: McElroy 'ordered the-services to restore' their basic research levels "within the overall resources currently available to •the military department." A department spokesman said 'tinis means the Army, Navy and Air Force will have bo figure out for themselves wher e to save money and stay withih; the 38 billion dollar defense budget. ' But hwever the services mee the economy pinch, the spokes man said, McElroy's order wi bar tJiem. from cutting" down o the $1.7 billion basic reseatrc fund. ' McElroy, has not made pufoli 'his view son whether any changes should be made in the 3& billioo dollar -military budget, His action Monday, however was in line with a statement: he made in his .first Pentagon inewis conference, Oct. 10, the day he took over from Wilson. Askec about' basic research, he said- "i anything, you would not find me 'on the side of any cutback ' o that kind of money." Mr. and Mrs. Harry Nitzschke of Fortville 'visited from Friday to Monday in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Rollo Riffil and with friends and relatives in the vicinity. Miss Karen Riffil of .Wabash spent the weekend in the home of her parents. Mr. Fred A. Alexander of Kim- mundy, 111., is making an indefinite visit in the home of his\son and daughter-in-law Mr. and Mrs. Fred D. Alexander. Mr. and Mrs. Everett RoUer spent Thursday and Friday at Indianapolis visiting in the home of his brother and sister-in-law Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Roller and tie attended the Teachers convention. Jerry Barringer, freshman at Purdue returned to his school work Sunday after being ill at the home of his parents Rev. and Mrs. C. D. Barringer, Jerry suffered an attack of flu which' developed into pneumonia and he was brought to his home last Monday. Mrs. Walter Johnson of Hammond spent the .weekend with her mother, Mrs. Ella Gawell. - Mrs. Gawell is recovering from being ill for two weeks. Mrs. David Sodervick and son Davie accompanied Mr. Sodervick to Indianapolis on Thursday when he went to the Teacher's meeting, and spent 'the day shopping.. Rev. C. D. Barringer was a business visitor in South Bend on Monday. Sunday guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Moody were Mr. and Mrs. Dudley Moody, and children and Mr.- and Mrs. Richard DePoy and sons of Flora. Sharon Corbett of Kewanna spent the weekend In the Moody home while her parents were on a trip The Liveware Sunday Schoa class of the Bethel Methodist church will meet .Tuesday evening at 7:30- p.m. with.Mr. and-Mrs E.P, Jones, 2120 Wright Street. * * # A Hallowe'en party will be held in the Main Street church Fellow sihip hall Tuesday, evening at 7:30 p.m. The fellowship class is spon soring the party. All church mem bars are welcome. * * * WEDNESDAY Eel township Home Demonstration; Club No. 1 will meet with Elizabeth Spencer, 318 Tanguy Street, Wednesday afternoon at 2 p.m. Members -are to take something for.a' silent auction. A good attendance is desired. to Michigan. Peru Girl Wins $100 Nurses Scholarship PERU — Miss -Rowsna Hahn, daughter of Mrs. Dale Hahn, route 1, Peru, was .awarded a $100 Nurses Training Scholarship during the State 4-H Health and Safety Achievement activities held during-the week-end in Indianapolis. - .Miss Hahn has been a student in the Lutheran hospital School in Fort Wayne since Setpember of this year. / Only one girl from each'county could apply' for the scholarship AGE Meet Wednesday To Feature Display There will, be a business meeting of the A.C.E. Wednesday afternoon at .3:15 at Columbia school and a special feature will be the display by Logansport schools which was shown at the recent state teachers convention at'India- napolis. The public is invited to inspect this exhibit, which occupied six rooms'' of an Indianapolis school for the state stewing. Loren Dannheiser was in charge of the presentation there, " and will direct its setting up here. Schools of tfie city will be dismissed at 3 p.m. Wednesday to let teachers attend' the meeting. Maude Shilling is president of the A.C.E. {Association for Childhood Education.) The display is entitled "When Children Work Independently" and shows what pupils do when left to their own devices. Children To Collect Funds During Drive Al Peru Wednesday PERU — Children of Peru will visit homes between 6 and 7 p.m. Wednesday for the UNICEF collection. The collection is being sponsored by the United church Women of the city. The money collected will be used to purchase food and clothing for children abroad. When the collections are completed, the children will 'convene in the Armory for refreshments. Wheatland MYF Has Hallowe'en-Party The Wheatland MYF held a Hal- lowe'en party Sunday in the church basement. .Jane Lindley, president, led in games and . charades. Refreshments were served by Mrs. Weigand and Jane Lindley. The meeting, was held with singing- of "Jesus Savior Pilot Me" led by. Jane Lindley who also gave devotions. The meeting closed with the MYF benediction. Needlecraft Warns Against Attack On NATO Norstad Says All Would Join Defense J. C. PENNEY HONORED UPLAND, Ind. W — J., C. Penney, 82, New York, founder of a department store chain bearing his name, was awarded- an honorary doctor of human letters degree Monday at Taylor University. ' flavor. WASHINGTON IB' — The..supreme commander of the North Atlantic. Treaty" Organization said Vlonday it would "respond forcefully and effectively"- to aggression against any member. This statement, by Gen. Lauris Norstad, was in reply .to newsmen's questions as. to how NATO would react to Soviet aggression against Turkey. Norstad, a U. S. Air Force general whose NATO headquarters are in Paris, conferred with President Eisenhower during a 'one- day visit to Washington. In saying NATO would, respond with force to. aggression against any member, Norstad noted that the NATO treaty sets forth that an attack against one member is an attack against all. NATO members are Denmark, the United -Kingdom, the United S t a fe s, Norway, - Luxembourg, West Germany, France, Portugal, Greece, Italy, Turkey, the Neth- eralands, Belgium, Canada and Iceland'. No Word On' Ike Norstad avoided a direct reply as to .whether he and Eisenhower discussed She possibility of the President attending the -NATO council meeting in Paris in December. Talking generally, the NATO chief said he has greater confidence in the possibility of avoid- ng war than he has had at any ime since World War H. On the negative side Norstad ;aid he and Eisenhower did-not liscuss the removal of Marshal Zhukov as Russia's defense min- ster, and added: "I would think the change of de- ense ministers in the Soviet Ura- on ,would not mak e any change in our particular plans." Secretary of State Dulles, am- )ther White House caller, also old reporters that the Zhukov matter was not discussed at Ms meeting with- Eisenhower. Dulles told questioners who asked-about the significance of Zhukov's removal they would have to get fcheir answer from Moscow. When you are using fresh herbs, chop them very fine to' extract Tots Love Him This Cuddle Clown has come to town to make your Toddler happy. Takes lots of rough treatment but comes up smiling! Pattern 684: directions for 12- •, -inch doll; clothes pattern. Use a , man's size-12 sock; gay scraps for f clown suit. Send TMrty-five Cents (coins) far this pattern—add 5 cents for each' pattern for- Ist-class mailing. Send to Logansport Press Needlecraft D-ept, P.O. Box 169, Old Chelsea Station, New York 11~ N. Y. Print plainly PATTERN-NUMBER, NAME, ADORESS and ZONE. ' Two FREE Patterns as a gift to our readers—printed right in our 1957 Laura Wheeler Needlecraft Book. Dozens of other designs you'll want to order—easy fascinating handwork for yourself, your home, gifts, bazaar itemsr-Send 25- cents for your copy of. this book today! Rosemary is a fine seasoning to use when cooking veal. DIAL 5144 Pleasant Hill Greenhouse Patt :ern Winamac WINAMAC-Ed Pi'ngle of Wina mac was awarded $700 at a jury trial in circuit court last week in his suit against the estate ol Perry Franks. Pingle had .filed [the suit against Charles Podell executor of the estate asking for $1,488 for services rendered in behalf of the deceased Franks. The jury which.' deliberated approximately four hours before it's decision, .consisted of' Albert Trapp, Estella Enyart, Velma Daugherty, Monroe; Garnet Rearick, John Trapp,'Harrison; Richard Straw, Rose DeGroot; Franklin; Hannah Holl. Robert Kruger, White Post; Roy Myers, Salem; Leo Fox, Indian. Creek; and Wannetta May, Tippecanoe.- A meeting of sixteen young men of Winamac and 'four from Logansport was held Friday .evening at the V.F.W. dubroom Jor the purpose of further plans in ; the organization of a Junior Chamber of Commerce. The group from Logansport were representatives of the Jaycees there which 'is ; the sponsoring organization of the Winamac chapter.Another meeting will be held on .Thursday, November 7 : for-organization. "All young men of the community between the ages of twenty-one through thirty-five "are urged to attend and anyone wishing further information may contact Robert Alexander or Harold Hoover. Albert Eisner and daughter of 'Princess Lines 7 Sew-easy jumper- in a lovely princess" silhouette; flattery assured for every . figure! Pair t with its companion blouse; all :our sweaters, blouses. -Easy to ew with ^our Printed Pattern. Printed Pattern 9262: Misses' izes 12, 14;-16, 18, 20. 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