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SUNDAY, OCTOBER », I960. THE PHAROS-TRIBUNE and LOGANSPOBT PRESS, LOGANSPORT, INDIANA PAGE NINETEEN Here Are Facts On BH Queen Entrants BY ANN STEPHENS DON'T PASS THE BUCK, GIVE. US TOUR VOTE—so say eleven attractive young.ladies from.BUNKER HILL AFB. • Each ticket sold at the AIR 'BASJE is a vote for one of"the young ladies. Vote for the candidate of your choice. This reporter has interviewed five of the charming candidates and will have more information in my'next column. Stories of >other entrants in next Sunday's Pharos Tribune .& Press. Carolyn Brawner, daughter of T/Sgt. and Mrs. Helen Brawner was born in Boydsville, Arkansas May 18, 1943. This young lass of seventeen has traveled quite a bit, starting with Scott" AFB, Illinois; 'Kearney' AFB, Nebraska; McConnell AFB,- Kansas;. Molesworth AB, England and Suffock County AFB, New York/ Sgt. Brawner is now assigned to 305lh Supply Sq., "Carolyn's measurements are 34-24-35,'. she is five foot five inches and weights 110 pounds, hair-blonde and twinkling hazel eyes. Her hobbies include a stamp and coin collection. She eh joys singing and playing the piano. Swimming, tennis and bowling are her favorite sports.. Asked her choice, of music, Carolyn stated, "I prefer classical and popular songs and enjoy listening to my collection of records from musical shows:" This young miss is a senior at Bunker Hill high school and is majoring in commercial business. Mary Ann Baskin, daughter of M/Sgt.'and Mrs. Joseph De Witt Baskin,'was born in Arkadelphia, 'Arkansas August 2, 1944. -Mary Ann started, her travels at Foster Field, Texas. From Texas she went on to-Chenault AFB, Louisiana; Itami AB, Japan; Travis AFB, California and Bergstrom AFB,'Texas. This attractive teen-ager is five foot, six inches and her measurements are: 36-24-36. Long brown hair and green eyes are combined with a cute turned up nose. ,, . Mary Ann's favorite hobby is collecting model horses. She enjoys taking an active part.in sports, swimming or watching baseball and football on television. Her special talent is making most of her .clothes. When it comes to music she would like to combine Fabian's eyes and Ricky's style- 'c a use "Ricky Nelson's voice really sends me." Sgt. Baskin is assigned to 205th OMS Sq. r and Mary Ann is & junior at Bunker'Hill high school where she is majoring in English, Math and SociaL Studies. Marilyn t-'ollins: Five feet two, eyes of blue can best describe this petite miss.-Marilyn was born in the city that made beans famous, Boston, Massachusetts; October 21, ,1944. S/Sgt. John W. Wood, who is assigned to 305th Combat Defense Sq., reported in to Bunker Hill from McDill AFB, Florida. Marilyn who weighs a scant 96 pounds,^measures 34-21-34 and has dark brown hair. When asked what her hobbies were she Replied, homework and .boy s." (Don't think she meant them in that order' tho.) .She really enjoys bowling but excels at swimming. Her talent quite a few in her colection. When asked her favorite recording 'artist she replied, Frankie Avalon (sigh), I think his style is' the most." Marilyn, a junior at Bunker Hill high school is majoring in commercial business and has high hopes of becoming a secretary. Carol Erskine: July 8, 1945 is the birth date of Carol Erskine and the place was Alhambra,.California. Carol's dad, T/Sgt. Halph Grant Erskine. who. is presently assigned to 1915th AACS Sq. started her travels at Larson AFB, Washington. From the nations capital the Erskines went on to Brentwaters AB, England; Nellis AFB, Nevada; Sampson AFB, New York; Lackland AFB, Texas; Kessler AFB;. Mississippi; Castle 4FB, California and then lived in-Los Angeles while waiting 'for dad to Yeturjri- from Korea. (This gal sure gets around). . Carol's measurements are 3521-35 ..and she is five foot four and weighs 110 pounds. Blue, eyes .and long brown hair turned un der-complete the;ijicture. Her -hobbies: shopping for new clothes! Her' talents include cook ing >and-Baking "anything sweet". Swimming and bowling are her favorite sports, and she enjoys watching football games. Carol is .'a rock and roll fan and her favorite recording artisi is Fabian about whom she comments; , "he .may not be' the. besi singer but. man, is he.eute". •A sophmore at Bunker Hill High, Carol is majoring in_ commercial business. CHERYL BHOOME-May 29, 1943 is the birthdate of pur next young, miss. Cheryl Broome, daughter of - Major and Mrs. Harry Flook made, her appearance into the world at Fort Ashley, West Virginia. 'Along Tvith her family, Cheryl has traveled "a few miles" having been stationed at: Highland v Bada'r Station New Jersey; Moritauk Point, New York; Fayetteville AFB, North Carolina; Fairbanks AFB, Alaska- Ellington- AFB, Texas; Mather AFB, California; MacDill AFB, is painting pictures and she has Florida; Hunter'-AFB, Georgia; CROSSWORD PUZZLE An>w " to Y «««iayi P U «I. ACROSS I-Twist 5-Torrid 8-Weight (colloq.) 12-Arabian commander 13-Anger 14-Above 15-Fork prong ' 16-Through. 17-Small opening 18-Cuts ot meat BOrPeel regret for 22-Note of scala 23-Wea-ry 24-InvigorateB (colloq.) IV-Dance hallj 31-Mohammedan commander 32-Shore birds 33-Knock , . 34-CompanIon- able 36-Cautlous 37-Snow runners 38-Pronoun 39-Took unlawfully 42-Pieces ,of cut timber 46-Roman garment 47-Betore 49-CleaninBT substance 50-Solar disk 51-Small child 52-Girl's name 53-Musical instrument 64-Ocean • So-Condescending look -. DOWN 1-Wagers 2-Send forth .3-Baseball team 4-Fears 5-Parts of body '6-N"ative metal' 7-Frigh'tful 8-Delivery 9-Ory of Bacchanals 10-FlowerIess plant 11-Allowance for waste 19-Knockout (abbr.) 21-Per!ods of time 23-CaudaI appendages, 24-Dance step 25-The self 26-Moccasin 27-Cupboards 28-Period of time 29-Saiior (colloq.) 39-Secret agent 32-Qarden implement 35-I,and surrounded by water HHEJH SOHfJ! 3G3 QQB HUB HQ anaaa man ttmm HHQfl BSE HE! saanciBnaa aao Basin noaa mas 38-Carnivorous mammal SS-Exclamatlon 39-Heaveoly body 40-Carry '8 • li-S-shaped molding 42-Greek" letter 43-Waa born* 44-JSuropean .45-Boi. 48-Pish eggm 35 S 6 Distr. by United Festure Syndicate, Inc. 1001 9 Matinee Today Box Office Opens 1:00 p.m. 80c — 25c NOW THRU TUESDAY NOTORIOUS KILLERS- MUltDCM, INC. •t.rrin, STUART WHITMAN • MAY BRITT >n> HENRY MORGAN • PETER I"ALK , S C ,..n,t.y », mVf TUNICK-... MIL >AI»> *rodue«4 by BURT BALABAN • Oirteted fty MUIVT BALABAN «ft. BTUAIVT KO9ENB«R» Second Feature STRICKLYN-PARKER-ANDERS^ . i **""»"'~»~».i-.ft~«- Barksdale AFB, Louisiana; Offut AFB, Nebraska; bacfc-t.o" MacDUl and on to Bunker Hill. (I woulcj say that was quite a few miles). Water-skiing, roller skating and horseback riding are Cheryl's favorite sports. Her hobby is- 'collecting records from progressive jazz on to the latest hits. Sara Vaughn gets her 'vote for the best female singer and her favorite male .singer is Bobby Darrin. Favorite type music: rythem and blues. Talent wise, Cheryl enjoys playing 1 the piano and is sold on inter- petive dancing. A senior at Bunker Hill" - High School where she is taking the Academic Course, Cheryl plans on attending college and majoring in dramatics. Miss Brbome's. -: measurements are: 36-24-36 and she.is five foot two. Brown hair, green eyes .and weight 115 complete .this description. Washington Bureau To Meet Tuesday Night Washington township Farm Bureau will meet at 7:30 (GST) Tuesday evening, Oct. ,11, at the school, for. election'of officers. There will be a film shown by a representative of the Cass county Co-op. Pet and Hobby, club members will meet with their leaders, Mrs. Frances Plummer and Mrs Wilma Miller. • . 'Refreshments will be served. Hoq Killed By Car West Of Royal (enter A 200-pound white hog owned by Harry P. Moon,. Royal Center Rt. 2, was struck and'killed Friday night by a car driven by Ronald Lee Adair, Buffalo. Adair's car was damaged an estimated $40. The accident occurred on State Rt. 16-four miles west of Royal Center. • JACOBY ON BRIDGE FOURTH HIGHEST WAS WHIST LEAD This week's articles will- concern themselves with opening leads. For a starter let us consider the lead against -no-trump when; no one has bid a suit. In this spot we go way back to whist where the general rule NORTH 1« WESOP, V Q 10 2 * K Q 10 8 5 + 932 , ' EAST 4752 ' *K 1093 VK9854 »73 * 74 • ' * A93 + K85 . + J1064 SOUTH (D) *AJ84 » A J8 # J62 + AQ7 . . North and South vulnerable South Weat North East 1 N.T. Pass 2 N.T. .Pass 3N.T. Pass ! Pass Pass Opening lead— V 5 is. to lead the fourth best of your longest and strongest suit. You lead the fourth best so _as to retain your higher cards "for later use. You lead your longest and. strongest suit because ihat is -the suit most likely to produce .tricks for you. Sometimes, no lead will do the defense any good. However, in today's hand, if South slips at trick . one this particular fourth best .lead will beat him. South can win the trick quite cheaply, but ^his correct play is to use his ace. Then he goes after the diamond suit. East will hold off until the third lead and his best defense will be to return a heart. Now, dummy's queen o hearts will be an entry for th last two diamonds. South won't be entirely out o the woods. Four .diamonds, tw hearts.and two Hack aces an he will have to attack one of th black- suits. If he tries clubs h will go down, but if he trie spades everything will be rosy. Deaths WENDLER Final services for Mrs. Delia Ann Wendler, 76, wife of Charles Wendler, 922 Twentieth, will be a 1:30 Monday at the McCloskey Hamilton-Kahle funeral home. Thi Eeverend G. C. Morgan will offi date and burial will be in the Royal Center cemetery. Friends may call at the funera home. HUDDLESTON . Final rites for Victor Huddles Ion, 52, former local resident who .died at Rochester, will be at the Foster and Good funera tiome .there at two o'clock thi.. Afternoon. The Reverend Ra, Mills'will officiate and buria will be in the Rochester IOOF cemetery. Friends may call at the funera home. CROWNED QUEEN VALPARAISO, Ind. (AP).— A beautiful browrthaired sophom'6re from Fort Wayne,.' Carol Koenemman, reigned Saturday, over Valparaiso University homecoming festivities, the 18-year : old Coed was crowned by O.P. Kretzmann, university president. S20 FARE RICHMOND, Ind. (AP)-Mary M. Hathaway, •«, Seattle,. Wash.,was put off a bus here Saturday for annoying passengers and crawled into what she thought was a taxicab.' It turned out to be a oolice car, and she was fined $20 : or public, intoxication. It has been estimated that termites cause $250,000 worth of damage daily in the United' States. Harrison Bureau To Meet For Ham Supper Hollis Moon of the Indiana Farm Bureau tax legislation de partment will be the speaker at a meeting of the Harrison township Farm Bureau to be held at p.m. Wednesday in th£ Lucern school. The meeting will be in the form of a ham supper. Each Farm Bureau member is asked to bring a guest. The Pet and Hobby club members will meet with their- leaders. Show SlarB at 7:00 (C.5.T.) 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