Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on October 30, 1960 · Page 35
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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 35

Logansport, Indiana
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Sunday, October 30, 1960
Page 35
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SUNDAY, OCTOBER 30, 1960. THE PHAROS-TRIBUNE and LOGANSPORT PRESS, LOGANSPORT, INDIANA PAGE ELEVEN Car Victim's Rites Tuesday Final rites for Debra -Caroline Rudd, seven - year - old Carroll county girl, victim of a car accident, will be at ten o'clock Tuesday at the Fairlawn United Brethren church in Kokomo. Friends may call at the Peacock funeral home, > Kokomo, after three o'clock this afternopn. , The child, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Rudd, died here .in Memorial hospital at 6:30'p.m., three hours after having been hit by a car near her home in Wheeling. Earl Handley Webster, route!, Aurora, Ind., driver Of the car, told Deputy Sheriff Fred Dillon of 'Carroll county that the .little girl darted out in front of his car on State Eoad 29 in Wheeling. The impact threw her on top of the hood ot the car and he traveled about 40 feet, he said, before she fell to the pavement. Dillon said Webster was traveling at a moderate rate, of speed and was able to stop his car quickly. Born In Hayti, Missouri, August 20, 1953, she was the daughter of Clyde and Marjorie Edwards Rudd. Survivors are the parents and a nine-year-old brother, Roger. FOOT RELIEF GUARANTEED OR YOUR MONEY BACK M within 4 w«.ki w.ar yeii ar» net compl.t«ly fol »•» and \Vomta. told No«o»««r Diffwtnt from my arch support you havt •"•' worn If you «r« luK.ring from arthritis, kack or hi faiai, tiiaio/is, <«'<*»• Its, corns, tart naJ tckiitg fttl, AND it'i comfort you want, i* b w«ll worth your lino and • trip 4o our ttor*.- , SAVE YOURSELF MONET. Only V.lvi-Sol. Arch Supporh «r« unconditionally guarante.d. There 1* a r«»e»—SUPERIOR RESULTS. If an arch support isn't good anough to guarant**. It itn't good •aough to buy. W« ar. helping many p«opl* !• thli ar»a and offer you u» dr*am«d of relivf and eemferfc «nd for only J*. COMBS I Your Friendly Shoe Star* 417 East Broadway Show business Antwtjr to Prtviou* PuzzU ACROSS 1 One who . : . overacts 4 Comedians 3 Stage; performance 12 Actress, , Arden 13 Actress, Baxter H Domesticated 15 Honey- lS Astronomer 18 Succeed. 20 Theatrical DOWN IRope . 2 State ,. 3 Musicians. , 4 Insects 5 Poker stake (Knots 7 Indian weight 8 Theater 9 Mist ° rm 10 Portent 11 Existed (Bib.) 17 Gaudy 19 Danube - tributary 23 Roman roads 26 Heart auriclei 41 First Czech : 27 Produced president 28 Amos' partner 42 Performances 21'Underworld 22 Italian money 25 Continent 24Kind ot,shirt 26 Italian'city 27 Aeriform fuel 30 Declare 32 Hebrew ascetic 34 Baby " attendant •35 —Fleming 36 Possesses 37 Pastries 39 Algerian • r gbvernorf 40 Paper measure 41 Exclude 42 Foreigner:: 45 Forebode 49 Compel 51 Rocky hill 52 Waste allowance 53 Otherwise 64 Abstract being 55 Watches 56 Golf device* 57 Scottish liver 29 Oceans 31 Rue 33 Soft drinks 38 Transfix 40 Musical directions 43 Learning 44 Arrow poison 4* - Stevens 47 Departed 48 Gaelic 50 Soak flax librarians To State Meeting The Logansport Cass County abrary will, be closed Thursday, today and Saturday, November 4 .and 5th while the staff ,at- ends the State Meeting of- Li- rarians at Indianapolis. Patrons E the library, adults, teachers and udents are urged to consider leif needs and get their books n'Monday; Tuesday and Wedres- ay for the remainder of the 'eek. Librarian Mary A. Holmes, staff members Janet -Carr, Edna Hoien, County Librarian, Jayne ones, Lois Beriner, Mary Beds ionnie McElheny, Judy Long, Do- eta Paschen, Sandra Neakes, and ruslees George Hyman, Mrs. r red Herricfc and Mrs. Harry frushour of the Logansport Cass bounty Public Library will be in ndianapolis November 3 to 5 to tfend the 69th annual conference )f the Indiana Library Associa- ion and the Indiana Library Trus- ees Association. • Featured speakers at the three lay meeting will include Mrs. laymorid Young, Columbia, Mo., 'resident of the American Li- wary Trustees Association; John T. Frederick, head of the English Deaths COTNEK Final rites for Bank Corner, 78, of 616 Race, will be at two o'clock this afternoon at the Harrison funeral home, Royal Center. Burial will be in Crooked Creek cemetery. Friends may call at the funeral home. BOOKMOBILE BOOTES The Bookmobile from the li brary will be at the Deacon school at one o'clock Monday Tuesday it will be at Clymer. school from 9 a.m. until 2 p.m Wednesday it will visit Young America school from 8:30 unti 10:30 , and . Deacon school from 11 until 3. Read The Want Ads Now in New Location GARTER'S Concrete Block Plant BLOCKS for HOME and INDUSTRY , Now located:— • 5 miles west of Logansport on State Road 24, at site of old Greenville Gravel Pit. Phone 3267 WATCH FOR GRAND OPENING! If you are wasting time running around town paying bills, open a Special Checking Account at •-,;•- The Farmers &.Merchants. Thecost.isonly lOc per check. Come in soon and open your account and save time—and money. department, University of Notre Dame; Donald E. Strout, graduate of Library Science, University of Illinois; and Cyril 0. Houle, Professor of Education, University of Chicago. An added feature of the conference will be two prpconference workshops on reference work ;ahd the responsibility of the library trustee: 7 The entire staff .of -the local library will attend ihe workshop on Reference Work.; . Librarian Mary A. Holmes has announced that the Logansport Cass County Public Library will be closed November 3 through 5 so that all staff members can attend this meeting. Church Women's Service Friday World Community Day service of the Logansport Council of United Church Women will be held at 1:30 p.m. Friday, Novl 4, at the Market street Methodist church. f Miss Helen Beatty will be the speaker and will tell of her travels in South America. There will be special music by Mrs. . Eugene Koch. Mrs. J. M. Kimbrough will conduct the worship service. The UNICEF money collected by tKe children on Oct. 28 also will be dedicated. >. Every church woman o£ ttie community is invited. Theme of the day is "Christian Action for Freedom." .It is emphasized that church Women'can combat the forces of ignorance, and communism, in three ways,, through the Christian World Relations program. •. First:."there is giving of money to provide, training : fOr women of Ethiopia, Nigeria, Chile and Burma, instructing them in nutrition, child welfare or social work so that they may se,rve their own people more adequately. The second point is giving time to -sew .nightgowns for children in church institutions, collect children's used clothing, or pack home medical kits for rural overseas areas lacking in medjcal services. The third is to attend the World Community Day worship to seek guidance '.of God, dedicate gifts, and dedicate selves to His service. Mrs.-John. Julian is chairman of the Christian World Relations committee of the Council which is in charge of the program. First jet plane was flown in Italy during the fall of 1939. Mrs. Gibson Rites Monday Final rites for Mrs. Minnie Gibson, 91, life resident of .this city, will' be at .two o'clock Monday at the McClbsfcey-Hamilton-Kahle funeral.home;-The Reverend Kenneth G. Bowers, pastor of the Pisgah Presbyterian .church, of which she was a member, will officiate. Burial; will be in Pisgah cemetery. , Friends may call at the funeral home. Her death occurred Friday at 5:20 p m. in Niles, Michigan, at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Fred Henderson, where she had gone Sunday. Her-home here was at 2015 High street, but she had lived at the Neal Home since June. Born Feb. 5, 1869, at Bumetts- ville, she was the daughter of Amos and Mary Jane Banta Chilcott. Her marriage was to Schuyler C. Gibson who preceded her in death. She was past president of the State of Indiana .War Mothers Association. Survivors are the daughter, Mrs. Henderson; two sons: Carl, Mansfield, Ohio; Ross, route 6, city; seven grandchildren; 19 great- grandchildren. Gold Udias Meet; Plan Wird Parties During November UJwoming parties were discussed Friday .at the Gold Ladies meeting' at the Gold Ladiei Lounge of State Hospital. Mrs, Jessie Thompson presided. Roll reports showed that 331 hours of work had been donated in' October.' Mrs. Thompson ;U$o reported on ,(he party on Ward E, given Oct. U. Bingo was played, prizes awarded and refreshments furnished by the Gold Ladies. Two evening parties are planned for next month, one on Nov. 14. for Ward 8 and one on Cant ward, Nov. 2$. Volunteers registered to help with the flower show. Following the meeting the women attended a party on Ward 3. Heart Attack Fatal To Monticello Man MONTICELLO-David Owen of here died Saturday of a heart attack at Mattoon, Illinois. The body is being returned here to the Miller funeral home. Rites are pending. WARDS MONTGOMERY W-A R D 412 E. BROADWAY \ ' DIAL 41*3 LOGANSPORT, IND. Only a few highlights of our sale shown here. 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