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Logansport, Indiana
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Friday, May 11, 1962
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Friday Evening, May 11, 1962. CHUR CHES Burnbttsville Church of the Brethren Rev. Oliver Royer, Pastor. Galen Davidson. SS.. Supt. Evelyn Davis, Children's Supt. Sunday School &:30 a.m. to 10:30 a.m. Worship 10:30 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. C.^rch Of The Brethren 17th and Market St. Herman B. Landls, Pastor Parsonage: 1327 Goorgre St. Sunday School 9:30. Worship 10:30 Evening services first and third Sundays. Martin M. Post Memorial Parish SOUTH GROUP TCcnneth G. Bower, Minister UX1ON John Martin, S. S. Superintendent !):4." a.m. Church Kuhool 10:45 a.m. Worship Service CKNTIO:R Clyde PaLl'V, S. S, Superintendent' !i:30 a.m. Church School Wednesday Lad! 0.1 Missionary Men tin K. PISG-AH "Kny Slr.op. S. S. Superintendent P:30 a.m. Church School Thursday: Ladles Missionary Meeting: Seventh Day Adventis! SI 3 Broadway Robert T. Hirst, Pastor Sabbath School 9:15 a.m. Sat- Ur Worshlp Service 11 a.m. Sat- UT p?ayor Marine '=30 p.m. Wei- nosday. Crooked Creek •Worship Service 10 a.m. Biblo School 11 a.m. Kingdom Hall of Jehovah Witnesses Sunday 3:00 p.m. Publlo Tallt. 1:15 p.m. Watehto-wor Bible Study. Tuesday 8:00 p.m. Blblo Study. Thursday 7:30 p.m. Theocratic Ministry School. 8:30 p.m. Your Service Msati Bunker Hill Church Services Sunday Masses. 8:00, 9:00 a.m. CATHOLIC SCHEDULE and 12:30 p.m. Dally Mass 11:30 a.m. No-vena: Novona or Mother or Perpetual Help at 7:30 p.m. ev- «rv Wednesday ovenlne. Confessions: Before Mass ana Saturday from 7:00 to 8:00 p.m. Choir Rehearsal: Every Wednesday at 8:00 p.m. Altar Boy Practice: Every Sunday 9:45 a.m.: Sunday School — Chapel Annex and Service Club. Sunday 10:00, 11:00 a.m. Morn- Jne Worship Service — Base Cnap- el 'Tuesday, 7:15 p.m.; Adult Choir Rehearsal — Base Chapel. Thursday, 3:30 p.m.: TontB Ohoir Rehearsal — Base Chapel. Church of Jesus Christ of latter-Doy Saints 821V- Hi£li Street, Locransport. Branch President; Donald •Worsley, 705 High Street Services: 10 a.m. Sunday 6 p.m. Sunday Priesthood meeting; Sunday at 8:30 a.m. ... Primary for Children undo." I. years: Tuesday at 5 p.m. KelieE Society meets WeSnoS' day, 7:30 p.m. , Greater Mt. Zion Tabernacle 1500 Erie Ave. • Pastor: J. W. White. Parsonapre: 1628 Brio Ave. Sunday Morning Service 6 to i ' Sunday School 10 to 11:30 a.m. Devotional Servioe 11:30 Sunday NlEht Service 7:30. Zion Methodist Pasto-: Earl D. Ovren Mornlns 'Worship 9:00 a.m. Sunday School 9:60 a.m. All BB MTF 2:00 p.m. 1st and 3rd Bible Study 7:30 p.m. 2nd anil «th Thursdays. Church of God 15 Water St. Pastor: Rev. R. C. Nichols TarsonaBe: 15 W. Richardvllle Sunfiay School 9:30 a.m. Pastoral Message 11 a.m. Tountr Peoples Service wca : 'Evangelistic Services: Sat 7:30 P '™'vaneellstlo Services: Sun 7 p.m. Bethel Tabernacle 915 16th Street. Pastor—Rev. James R. Holt. Parsonage: 901 16th street. Sunday school 10:45 a.m. ail "junior church and Sunday worship hour—9:30 a.m. Sunday evening worship—7:30 p.m. Prayer meetings—Wednesdays 7:30 p.m. Baptist-Christian, Royal Center Pastor: David P. St. Clair Sunday School—9:30, 10:25 a.ro. Sunday worship—10:30 a.m. Sunday evening-—7 p.m. Youth Fellowship — Thursday J:30 p.m. Chi Rho—Friday 3:30 p.m. Grace Bible Church Bll Twelfth St. Pastor Paul A. Grant Parsonage 514 l/alayette Drive Worship and Sunday S c h o o (Unified service) 0:30 a.m. (all ages). Youth Impact Hour 6:15 p.m. Evangelistic Service 7:00 p.m Mid.Week Service Wednesday 7:00 p.m.. Fence io increase iKe beauty and value of '/our property... to suit any purpose «pnd all style of architecture . .. Split Picket, Stockado,Cednrwedve, Post & Rail. Made from Northern Michigan White Cedar—the world's most durable, fence wood. It never needs painting and weathers t? a. beautiful >ilver grey. It is prefabricated at the mill. Installation fa«t and'Simplo The cost in low. Stop in cr phone for *. fully dencnptive brochure. South Side lumber Co. §11 Burlington Phono 2319 ILogansport, ilnd'» Church of Nazarene S14 Sherman St. Pastor: G. C. Morgan. Parsonage: 865 Garfleld St. Sunday Sehool: 9:,30 a.m. All. Sunday worship:'10:30 a.m. Sunday evening 1 : 7:30 .p.m. Teen-age young people: Sunday G:45 p.m. Senior NYPS: Sunday 7 p.m. Prayer meeting Wednesday Life Tabernacle 110 Northern Ave. Pastor: Dale Albin. 10 a.m. Sunday Bible Education, Classes £or all ages. Morning Worship 11:15 a.m. Evening: Bible deliverance for sick, suffering, oppressed 'J:30 p.m. Shiloh Congregational Route 1 Pastor: C. Elliott Gardner Sunday School: 3:30 a.m. Sunday Worship: 10:30 a.m. (Second and Fourth Sunday) Youth Service and Evenlr,gc Worship: 7:00 p.m. CSecond and Fourth Sunday) Fii'st Church of Christ Scientist Ninth and North Streets Sunday School: 10:15 a.m. up :o 20 years. Nursery: 10:45 a.m. up to < rears. Sunday worship: 10:45 a.m. Mid-week service 7:45 p.m Wednesday. First Assembly of God 610 Grove Street Vernon F. Miller, Pastor Parsonage: 912 Helm Street Sunday School - 9:45 a.m. lapses for all aees. Sunday Morning; Worship ,«•'11:00 a.m. Sunday Evangelistic Service 7:30 p.m, Tuesday Evening - Chrlst'a Ambassadors' Youth Service 7:00 Thursday - Prayer and Bible Study 7:30 p.m. Pilgrim Holiness Church Sixth and Linden Ave. Pastor: Rev. O. D. Williams. Parsonage: 231 E. Linden Ave. Sunday school: 9:30 a.m. Call ages). Sunday -worship: 10:30 a.m. Sunday evening 1 : 7:30 p.m. Young People: Sunday 6:4!i p.m. cottage meeting Friday 7:30 p.m. Communion: First Sunday each quarter. Prayer mooting': Wednesday. Broadway Alliance DOS East Broadway Pastor: Paul M. Winder Parsonage 1527 North street, Sunday school 9:30 a.m. for all ages. Sunday worship 10:30 a.m. jun lor church at same time. Sunday evening worship—7:30 p.m. Juniors, pre.teens and eenlprs —G:30 P.m. Sunday. Communion — first Sunday ol April, June, August, October and December. "Hour of Prayer"—Thursdays 7:30 p.m. Helm Street Church of God Reverend Chester Rlley, Pastor 712 Helm Street Sunday School: 10:20-11:10 a.m. all ages. Adult classes—10:20-11:10 a.m. Sunday worship: 9:30-10:20 a.m. and 7:30 p.m. Youth Fellowship: 6:30 p.m. Sunday. Prayer meeting Thursday at 7:30. BeH Center Community Church Rev. Jsme.s P*. Gardner, Paste Sunday School 9:7.0 a.m. Nursery Hour 9:30 to 11:30 a.m. Cradle Roll Hour 9:30. a.m. Adult Classes 9:30 a.m. Sunday Worship 10:30 a.m. Sunday evening worship 7:80 p.m. Children's Choir sings the lasu Sunday night In each month 7:30 p.m. Communion: First Sunday Ii each quarter. Starts with Jan April, July and October. Mid-week Prayer meeting 8:00 p.m. Wednesday evening". Calvary PenfecostaF Church CI£ott at Market St. Wayne Hornbook, Pastor 9:30 n.m. Sunday School, Wll- lard White, Supt. 10:.'!0 a.m. Morning Worship 7:30 p.m. Evangelistic Service dy. :4G Thurs. Evening Bible atu- STRUCK BY FALLING TREE SALEM, Ind. (UPD-Ora Rosen baum, 63,'H.B.. 1, Campiellsburg was fatally injured Thursdaj while attempting to cut down tree at his 'farm home. He died a short time later in Washington County Memorial Hospital here. Authorities said that as part o the tree fell, a limb struck Bosen baum in the abdomen, causing a massive hemorrhage. Church Unit At Camden Holds Event CAMDEN—The Doicas Society of the Baptist church was enter- ained Thursday evening in the lome of Mrs. Eva Lou Shanks who served as hostess, with Anna -ase assisting her as co-hostess, fourteen members responded to •oil call with, a .verse from the 3ible containing the word 'Serve." Using "Our Master" as her subject Mrs. Fredah Gardner conducted the devotional period. A preview of the "House Party" was given and the dates for its >resentation at Franklin College are from June 20 thru 24. The lesson, was presented by rfrs. Jewell Rutiedge assisted by iowena Galloway, Eva Nance ind Lurene Martin. "Fill Me", TS a playlet was presented. Banquet Held Eighty three members and guests of the Lower Deer Creek ihurch of the Brethren were en- :ertained at a Mother and Daugh- .et's banquet Wednesday night in he church. Edith Furnish served as toastmistress and Mary Klcckner provided the music. Joy and Polly Ann Zook greeted the guests. Unity Bible Class Mr. and Mrs. Winifred Lloyd entertained the members of the Unity Bible class of the Methodist church in the home Monday evening. They were assisted by Mr. and Mrs. Abner Sieber. Twenty members and guests were present. John Wise had charge, of the devotional period. Sit-N-Sew Club Mrs. Esther Hedde was hostess to the Sil-N-Sew Club iti her lorne. Sixteen members responded to roll call. Mrs. Inah Caldwell offered devotions. Mrs. Mae Yealer will be the next hostess when the club meets again in. June. Aim-Hi HD Club Guest night will be observed when (he Aim-Hi Home Demonstration club holds their • May meeting. They will meet in the Lutheran church on May 17 at p.m. The hostess committee for the forthcoming event will be Eliza both Sheets:, Shirley Wise, Verna belle Miller, Florence Frantz and Dorothy Shanks. New Residence The Congregation of the Lutheran church has purchased lots upon which it will build a manse for the pastor. WIFE SPOTS PANTS CHICAGO CUPI) - Mrs. Fan nie Smith, 30, noticed something familiar about a taxi dri.vei Thursday so she notified police who ordered cabbie Eddie Lee Falconer, 29, to take off hi pants. A label in them indcated they belonged to Mrs. Smith's husbanc and had been stolen in an Apri 9 burglary. Falconer claimed he bought them for $3 from a strang Former Local Youth Killed LI., Michael Brown, 23, son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Brown of Lafayette, and formerly of this city, was killed in an automobile accident early Friday morning [our miles east of Blytheville, Ark. Brown was stationed >at the Blytheville AFB. and was' a 1957 graduate of Klondike high school. The airman's father was formerly assistant manager of Foster's in. Logansport and was appointed manager of the Lafayette Foster store two years ago. His mother is the former Marjorie Hockman, of Logansport> a sister of Don D. Hockman, of 3227 High Street Road. The body will be returned to [he Hippensteel funeral home in Lafayette where rites are pending. Guest Speaker at Calvary Baptist Miss Florence Beabout, Conservative Baptist missionary to Japan, will be the guest speaker Sunday' at (he Calvary Baptist church in Logansport. Miss .Beabout has served two terms in Japan. She will speak at the 10:30 morning worship hour, lo the children in the 6:30 p.m, training union, and again at the .7; 30 evening service. Other special services planned for Calvary Baptist church in the near future include a visual missionary pageant entitled "This Is My Country", to be presented Sunday evening,'May 20 by Rev. Richard Falconer of the Home Mission Society. Sunday evening, May 27 will feature the All-Request Musical service. And June 7 through 10 are the dales set aside for Revival Services with Rev. Stacy Shaw, pastor of the University Baptist church of Lafayette, as speaker. BIRD TOES LINE CHICAGO (UPI) - It's been _ rough week for Pete the peacock. Vandals pulled Pete';,' tail feathers Wednesday and Thursday somebody frightened the bird so badly it fled its home and was •found pecking the yellow line in the middle of a busy intersection. LQGAHSPORT PUBLIC LIBRAE? CROSSWORD PUZZLE A™*.-to Y.*.rd.y. PU=I. ACROSS 1-Tnut 6-Part o( > flower . 11-Anlmal that gives sable 12-Young girl 14-French for "friend" 15-Enthusiasm 17-Peer Gynt's mother . 18-Noto of scale 19-Syatem. of reading lor blind 21-Compass point 22-In addition 24-Obtaln SB-Lean-to 27-Tell 29-Glossy fabric (pi.) 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TO JUDDERS Notice is thereby g-Jven Uiat the Boii.rcl nf TrusteuH of'Me- morial .HoHplla!, L(0£anfiport, Jri- (llaniL, will receive sealed proposals for the provision of No. ti cl Oil for the period of .Tune 1982, through May 31, 19(19. Detailed specifications are on file in the office of the administrator of the hospital. Proposals will be- received In bhe office of the administrator until ]li:00 noon on the 4th day of .June, 1.HG2. Proposals received after this hour will be returned unopened. Proposals shall be wubmltted on form.s prescribed by the Indiana State Board oC Accounts. Nn proposal shall be withdrawn Tor 11 period of SO da.ys after submission without the consent of the Boa,rd of Trustees of the hospital which shall reserve the rlffht to reject any or all bids without reason. Bated this 9th day ol May, 1002. HERBERT TJ. FROMM A.dmInisLrafor 21 Harvey Berkheiser, 81, Dies at Plymouth ROCHESTER—Harvey E. Berkheiser, 81. rural route 3, Rochester, died at 9:30 p.m. Wednesday in the Parkview Hospital, Plymouth, where he had been a patient since Sunday. He had been in failing health the past two years. He was born Oct. 21, 1880 in Miami county the son oE Franklin and Mary.Berger Berkheiser. On Jan. 22, 1913 he was married to Grace D. Overmyer, in Fulton county. She preceded him in death Aug. 13, 1944. A retired farmer, Mr. Berk heiser was a member of the Richland Center Methodist church and the Richland Center, IOOF lodge. Surviving 'are one daughter, Mrs. Velma Stichler, Tipton; one son, DeVoe, Argos; seven grandchildren; fivs great-grandchildren; two sisters, Mrs. Dora Murphy, Fort Wayne, and Miss Emma Berkheiser, Flora; one brother, Howard, Miami, Fla.; and several nieces and nephews. Arrangements are in charge ol the Grossman funeral home in Argos where friends may call until noon Saturday and at the church one hour prior lo the service. Rites will be at 2 p.m Saturday in the Richland Centei Methodist church -with the Rev W. Calvin McCulcheon officiating. Burial will be in the IOOF cemetery, there with graveside serv ices conducted by the IOOF Lodge. Read the Want Ads! To All My Friends A sincere and grateful thanks for your sup- port and vote. Fred Bowyer Nominee for Auditor There's Still Time to Rent Men's Formal Wear for the PRCM from the G. R. Men's Shop! Specially Priced For The Proin Only MEN'S SHOP You will be her Prince. Charming in America's most distinguished formal-wear, "First Nighter," the smartest styles that fit to perfection. i Price Includes: • Dinner Jacket • Formal Trousers • Formal Shirt • Cuff Links ft Studs • Cummerbund • Suspenders • Bow Tie •' Handkerchief FIRST FLOOR 409-415 E. BROADWAY BETHLEHEM HD CLUB A lesson on casserole dishes was presented by Mrs. Charles Hubenthal during the Wednesday afternoon meeting of the Belhle- :iem township HD club at lha tome of Mrs. Harold Liming. Mrs. Harold Ht'benthal, president, president, piesided at the session with the pledge to the Flag being led by Mrs. Geetei Early. Twenty-seven, members and three guests answered ro!" call with "my favorite, spice." The history of the song oi the month was given by Mrs. Charle; Hubenthal, followed with devotions in keeping with Mother's Day offered by Mrs. Paul Emery, Happy Birthday was sung to Mrs. Harold Hubenthal and Mrs Carl Rentschler. Contest winners were Mrs. Marvin Grable and Mrs. Harry Frushour. The door prizes were won by Mrs. Dear Hook, Mrs. Paul Emery, Mrs Grable and Mrs. Ben Hook. Refreshments were served ,bj Mrs. Leroy Moss and Mrs. Lim, ing. FULTON EUB AID Several reports were given dur ing the monthly meeting of the Fulton EUB Ladies aid at tin church with nine ladies attending Mrs. Paul Emery had charge o devotions, closing with prayer The secretary's report was given by Anna Clabaugh and the treas urer's account by Nellie Riemen Schneider. The James Shoemaker familj sent a thank-you note for tin dinner served during the time o bereavement. The social commit tee with Lola Black in charge conducted contests with Dessi< Rentschler winning. Refreshment were served. Lugansporl;, Indiana, Pharos-Tribune Three Twelve Mile Club Sets July 4 Event TWELVE MILE—The Twelve ffile Lions Club is planning a Tourfh of July celebration this 'ear. It will begin on the evening if July 3 and continue through he fourth. There will be free Ciddie rides, a variety of con- ests and a Pet Parade for tin- children. The club is also looking info he possibility of having an art exhibit, beauty contest, old-time a.shion show, talent show, spell- ng bee and even a box social. It s aiso intended to have a display of both new and antique autos. In order lo give the whole com- nunity an opportunity lo take >art in this occasion, local churches, organizations 'and clubs are nvitcd to participate. Groups in- .crested arc to contact Karl E. Smith as soon as possible, Ap- wintments for the various booths jnd concessions will be made on a first come first servo basis. It is also requested that each local club or organization turn in a name of a Beauty Queen contestant they might select along with a snapshot to Lion Carl Slifer by June 1. Anyone interested in working on a particular phase ol any of .he events listed, (Lion members or not) please contact any one of he following Lions: Russell Johnson, Ned Grable, Clifford Wray, Harry Johnston, Byron Moss, or Karl Smith. Bible School Community Bible School will be held the last week of May and the first week of June according to plans made by the committee which met Sunday at the EUB church. Mrs. Jack Rockey was elected dean. Meeting Dates EUB Woman's Society of World Service will meet Wednesday evening, May 23 at 7:30 p.m. at the church. Twelve Mile High School Alu.n- ni will be Saturday evening, May 19 at the school with a basket supper at 6:30 p.m. Home Demonstration Club will meet at Memorial Hall, Thursday afternoon, May 17. They will entertain guests from Bethlehem Township. A covered dish luncheon will be enjoyed at noon. Mrs. Marion Hopkins, Sr., will be devotional leader. Roll call will be favorite flowers. Hostesses are Mrs. Carl Rudicel, Mrs. Fred Slrasser, Mrs. Clark Lewis e. Mrs. Clarence Swanson. Local members arc lo bring table serv^ ice for two. Farm Bureau will meet al Memorial Hall, Wednesday eve ning, May -16. A Mother's Day program \vill include a playlei and a memorial service On the social committee are Ruth Hill Mr. and Mrs. Carl Rudicel, anc Mr. and Mrs. Howard Hinkle. Final day of school for loca! students will be Tuesday, Miaj 15. EU V ! Ladies Aid met Thursday afternoon at the church. Mrs. Everett Skinner gave (he devotional topic "A Mother of the Bible." Next month election will be held and secret pals revealed. Hostesses were Mrs. George Oldham, Mrs. 0. R. Pickering and Mrs. Marion Lcffcl. Corinth Opportunity class met Saturday evening with • Mr, and Mrs. Vcrl Dillman, Mexico. Corinlh Woman's Missionary Society Mother-Daughter meeting is postponed until Tuesday evening, May 15 at 8 p.m. at the church. Personals Thi Rev. and Mrs. G. B. Hanna attended pastors conference of the Brethren church at Ashland, Ohio. Lioness met Tuesday evening with ten members present at Memorial Hall. Mrs, Byron Moss, new president, thanked outgoing officers. Meetings are to start at 8 p.m, during the summer months. Mrs. Don Bookwaller and Mrs. Joe McCain were hostesses. The next meeting will be June 5. Skinner Ladies Aid met with Mfrs. Lewis Forncro Thursday :vening. Mrs. John Hileman read scripture and prayer. Contests were won by Mrs. Lemoine Richardson and Mrs. Ross Kantzer. Ten members attended. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Boston are juilding a new home near Mr. and Mrs. Carl Champ. Mrs. Bos- ion was formerly Nola Jean ~'hamp. Mrs. Blanche Martin is improving. Morris Nickels is improving. Mr. and Mrs. Lon Winegardner lave returned to their home .-.rter spending the winter with Mr. and Mrs. Harry Brown, Arlington, Va. Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Strong are home from Florida. Mrs. Roger Gross is a patient at Memorial Hospital, Logansport. Mrs. Delia Bradley and Mrs. Ann Komashak, Detroit, Mich., are visiting relatives here. Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Miller, Joliet, III,, visited Mrs. Bertha Rimpler over the weekend. Mr. and Mrs. Jay Evans. Indianapolis, recently visited Miss Ruth Hill. Mrs. Claude Kime and Marjoric visited Claude Kime at Methodist Hospital, Indianapolis, Sunday. Also Mr. and Mrs. Robert Mikeseli, Indianapolis, 'and Mrs. Elmer See, Anderson. In the afternoon they toured the Masonic home at Franklin. Shane, Becky and Sabrina Oos- lello, Kalamazoo, Michigan, .\re visiting their grandparents, M> and Mrs. George Benedict. Their mother, the former Judy Benedict, recently underwent surgery. Miss Edna Carson returned home Tuesday from Dukes Memorial Hospital, Peru. Not just three sizes... but three different kinds of cars... Chevrolet! i&uwolct Impda Sport Sedan (Joreurwnd) ClievuII Nova/t-Door Station Wagon in Cormir ifinza It-Door Sedan (bactigroun Take your pick of 34 models during CHEVY'S GOLDEN SALES JUBILEE No look-alikes here! You've got three decidedly different kinds of cars to choose from—each with its own size a,nd sizzle. The Jet-smooth Chevrolet's specialty is luxury- just about everything you'd expect from an expensive car, except the expense. • If you're thinking a bit thriftier, there's the Chevy- II with! practicality to. do you. proud. Beautiful Buying Days are here at Lots of liveliness, too, for such a low, low price. • Got a sporty gleam in your eye? Step right up to our Corvair for rear-engine (scamper and steering that's doggone near effortless. • Conclusion: See your Chevrolet dealer now for the most versatile choice going and a beauty of a buy on your favorite. Chevrolet dealer's W S E CHEVROLET-BUICK INC Second and Broadway iogansport, Indiana Phone 4135

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