Eight Logansport, Indiana Pharos-Tribune MONTICELLO— White County Committee Sets Meeting MONTICELLO - The White county Republican Central Committee representing the thirty-one precincts will meet at the White county REMC on Saturday, May 12 at I p.m. The organization will elect new officers for the year. Visits School The Oaklawn Elementary grade school in Monticello has had several special guests. Wednesday afternoon, Senor Lueras, from Lafayette, who is the television Spanish teacher, paid a surprise visit, and sang s o m e Spanish songs for the children. Senor Lueras tapes the film in Lafayette. Tuesday afternoon the Oaklawn School had two visitors -from Canada, who were investigating the possibilities of educational television for Canada. Tuesday morning, a film crew from VFTL in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, composed of five men, visited Mrs. Gordon's class room during a television music class of which Delores Dudley is the TV teacher. The film' depicted the reaction of the children to the introduction of the class, to the lesson, and the follow-up discussion with its regular music teacher, Mrs. Fred Schwanke. Sam McClellan, who is also principal of the Woodlawn School as well as Oaklawn, said: "Much comment has been made on the excellence of the programmed MPATI telecasts, There is no question as to the fine quality of the materials, or to the techniques used by the TV teachers, or to the morivation of children. Wednesday, May 16th, Mrs. Gladys Rice of the Oregon Slate Department of Education will pay a visit to see how the programs of science, music, Spanish, and math for gifted children are being used. Chief Deputy LeKoy Farney Thursday afternoon arrested Robert Leroy Collard, 27, of Monon on a bench warrant charging auto conversion. Bond was set in the penal sum of $1000 and he is appearing in White Circuit Court this morning. Several hours earlier. Sheriff Charles G. Miller arrested a seventeen-year-old juvenile companion from Francesville on the same charge. Bond was also set for him in the penal sum of $1000, and he was placed on probation. Miss Nancy Mavity .daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Mavity, senior of Buffalo High School, class of 1962, and valedictorian of her class is the recipient of the third annual scholarship awarded by the White County Nurses Club. Miss Mavily plans to attend the Methodist Hospital School of Nursing in Indianapolis. 10 Employes Honored at Memorial Ten employes with a total of 155 years of service'were to be honored at. a recognition tea Friday afternoon at Memorial hospital. The annual event is part of the National Hospital Week activities currently being observed here. TWO EMPLOYES received pins for completing 25 years of service. They are 'Miss Patricia Mercer, R.N., a supervisor, of 938 Michigan Ave., and Mrs. Heffie Beaver, operating room technician, of 1713 Buchanan St. Those receiving 20-year pins are Mrs. Gladys Black, licensed practical nurse; Miss Fay Fry, R.N.; and Miss Hazel Fry, R.N. Mrs. Josephine Thompson, business office manager, will receive a 15-year pin. TEN-YEAR SERVICE pins went to Mrs.' Jean Nutter, R.N., and Mrs. lone fustier, nurses aid. Receiving five-year pins were Mrs. Esther Black, of the housekeeping department, and Alvin Thompson, of the maintenance department. The tea will be held in the. 1 hospital cafeteria and attended by the hospital staff, board members and guests. Master of ceremonies was Herbert Fromm, hospital administrator, and ,tea was served by Mrs. Pauline Lowe and Mrs. Mary Jane Taggart, members of the Mary Dykeman Guild. SEEK CAR SALESMEN LAW INDIANAPOLIS OUPD—Indiana automobile dealers and salesmen are seeking enactment of a bonding and licensing law to set minimum standards for persons who sell cars in Indiana, ROCHESTER—A $276,000 damage suit has been venued from the Marshall county Circuit Court to .he Fulton Circuit Court and a venire of 28 jurors has been summoned for possible duty on Monday. . •' The 'damage suit was filed by KEWANNA CLUB TO MEET MAY 15 KEWANNA — The Kewanna Past Noble Grands Club will be entertained at 7 p.m. on Tuesday, May 15 in the home of Miss Mary Gould. PERSONALS The Ladies Aid of the Church of Christ met recently in the home of Mrs. Raymond Kruger with Mrs. Henry Monlz as co-hostess. Thirteen members attended. Mr. and Mrs. Martin Richardson. Racine, Wis., visited recently with Miss Etta Henricks and John Leaf. Mr. and Mrs. George Anderson, Mrs. Dollie Dull and Mrs. Ada Keeney visited Mrs. Georgia Mc- Danicl in Lebanon recently. Mr. and Mrs. Tyrie Richie have returned home from spending the winter in Florida. Mr. and Mrs. Woodward Fisher were called to Minneapolis recently due to the death of her father, Chris Nelson. Tura Mason, South Bend, was a recent guest of Mrs. Velma Lease. Guests of Mr. and Mrs. Sisinger were Mrs. May Stock, Bowling Green, Ohio and Mrs. Betty Foster and daughter, of Wayne, Ohio. Uphold Award Of Damages INDIANAPOLIS CUPI) - The Indiana Appellate Court Thursday upheld me award of $14,900 -dam ages to the fathe r of a young boy killed by a bus on a Bloomington street i'n 1959. William Rayborn, Bloomington, was tolled Aug. 9, 1959, when a bus owned by Leppert Bus Lines struck his bicycle. The Monroe Circuit Court awarded damages to the father after testimony that the driver of the bus made no attempt to apply his brakes. ! /3 less than custom iron! $276,000 Damage SuitVenued to Fulton PERU .MAN GETS PRISON SENTENCE IN WABASH COURT PERU — Carl Sample, 34, Peru, was sentenced in Wabash Circuit Court Thursday morning to 2 to 21 years in the Indiana State Prison, Michigan City on a charge of involuntary manslaughter. Sample was convicted for the fatal shooting last June 1 of Willard Poland at a Wabash tavern during an argument. A Wabash County grand jury indicted Sample for second degree murder and involuntary manslaughter. However the murder charge was dismissed, on recommendation of Prosecutor Robert Bostwick and Sample entered a plea of guilty to the manslaughter charge. Sample is the father of six children. Attorney Frank V. Dice of Peru represented the defendant. NAME EDITORS Carolyn Ebert, Tance Mullett and Kent Dove were selected as edilors-in-chiefs of two Peru High School publications during the coming school year. Announcement of the new editors and staff members was made at the annual Quill and Scroll Banquet held in the Tally Ho Restaurant Wednesday evening. Miss Ebert will serve as editor of lhe yearbook, the Narcissus. Miss Mullett will be -editor-in- chief of the school paper, the Peruvian; and Dove will serve as managing editor and sports editor, the first semester. During the second semester, Dove will be editor-in-chief, Miss Mullett. managing editor and a sports editor will be appointed at that time to succeed Dove. William Carey against the Culver Military Academy, Cleo Wynn and Emerson Boyd; Carey is suing for damages as 'he result of injuries sustained Feb. 14, 1961 while he was repairing a control .board at .the academy. Jurors summoned are William Biddinger, Mary Pike,. Robert Quick, Milton Camblin, James W. ioplen, George Harvey,. James Can-, Ronald Powell, Marion Dyer, all Rochester; Charles Gottschalk, William Hartzler, Byron Black, Kenneth Heckathorn, Granville Hattery, all Liberty; Joseph Brugh, Joseph Madaras, Raymond Braden, Lois drill, all Aubbeenaubbee; William, Ault. Lester Alderfer, Richland; Vance Lytle, Mary Moe Henderson, Jay Kelsey, Charles Myer, all Henry; Thomas Floyd, Paul Bauman, Wayne; Bert Gillespie, Forrest Baker, Union. OBTAIN MONEY All the cash required to pay for the courthouse landscaping, which was spearheaded by the Rochester Women's Club, has been obtained either by club projects or public contributions, announced the sponsoring club. A financial report of monies was released by Mrs.'Florence Jefferies, treasurer of the club's landscaping fund. She shows that .$!..43 has been raised to date. The cost of .the project was $1,-' 080, plus post cards and telephone calls of $178 which leaves a balance of $6.65. PERSONALS Mrs. Tessie Eash, rural route 1( Rochester, has been chosen by the Epsilon Sigma Alpha sorority as it's Cheer Club member for the next two weeks. | Mrs. Eash has one son, Leo, with whom she lives, one grand- til :00 a.m. to 9:00 p.m. only) SATURDAY SPECIAL Breasted Chicken COMPLETE DINNERS |/ Broasted $J AA 72 Chicken I.UU (4 PCS.) Choico of Potatoes, Salad Rolls and Butfor, Broasted $| 2 Chicken I » CARRY OUT DINNERS 25c packaging charge for any size carry out order. (4 PCI.) Your choice of potatoes, salad, rolls and butter. LUNCH BASKET 309 E. Market Phone 4958 child and three great grandchildren.' She had resided in Roches- er and the Burton community all ler life. Mrs. Eash is 90 years of age and has been in failing health the past three years. Mrs. Emmett Burns, Fulton, 2heer club, member for the past wo. weeks, received 35 cards, a landkerchief, a plant, a box of candy, and some food. • • The Talma Methodist church was to observe their annual Moher-Daughter banquet Friday evening. The Men of the church elected he following slate of officers for he church year: president, Larry fisher;, vice president, Monty Sriver; secretary-treasurer, Sid Alber. The Indiana Highway Department is putting new' and improved controls on Main street traffic Mrs. Stevens CANDIES COSMETIC GIFTS HER iPAVORIiTE . . . • Colognes • Perfumes • Dusting Powder and • Make-Up Needs. At ,Th« Central Drug Store 4th and Broadway OPEN MOTHER'S DAY MAY a3 . . . 12INIQON BAKED LASAGNE In addition to >our regular complete fare 'FULL IBiBViBKAGE MENU DO'NATO'S ITALIAN VILLAGE Jet. Hi-Ways 24 & 35 Dial 2742 WROUGHT IRON Easy to instaFI-rfo it yourself quickly and easily- 4 panel designs * for porches * patios * carports *• stoops * room dividers * grilles Oriwmenfd Iron Columns PRO M $9.95 CASH AND CARRY SOUTH SIDE LUMBER CO. BIT Burlington Ave, Phono 2319 ROSS REID ROOFS 'EM RIGHT] ESTIMATES FREE Ph. 3388 ALL WORK GUARANTEED! I Sunday is Mother's Day Only the Best Will Do to give and enjoy $|50 tf. Ib. box "2' IH. box The finest, freshest candies you can buy... Exclusively Ours! Delicious Russell Stover Candies are 'famous every- where.for their superb quality and freshness . . . they're delivered to us fresh weekly. THERE IS NO "HURT" LIKE FORGETTING A Woman Never Forgets the Man Who Hemembers Each Box Especially 'GiCt Wrapped for Mother EXCLUSIVELY AT TIMBERLAKE'S Timberldke's Gift Shop Open Sunday 7 a.m. to 1 p.m. / Hundreds of Beautiful Gifts for Mother lights at Seventh and Eighth streets. A fourth bus was purchased by the board of trustees of the Rochester Community Schools at their recent meeting to be used for pupil transportation. It is to be delivered Cor the start of the 1962-63 school year. The bid of Wheatley's of Elkhart for a Bluebird body, at a cost of $3,935, was accepted by the board. This includes equipment of radio and public ' address system. The bid of Louderback Chevrolet of Rochester for a Chevrolet chassis at $2,969, was accepted. Total price of the bus will be $6,804. ' At the recent meeting of the City Council, Mayor Ray Myers announced his appointment of Conde Holloway, 920 Fulton Ave. to a four - year term on the City Park and Recreation Board. He will replace Joe Jacob. Is your home only HALF- CLEAN? This spring when you do your housecleaning . . make sure the other half is clean, tool Have your heating system cleaned by ... HOLLAND FURNACE CO, 5th and £. Market Phone 3887 Try Your DRUG STORE FANCY BOXCS Of CHOCOLATES by Pangburn and iSehrafffs For. . . Mother's Day $1 r I .85 To .50 COSTUME $1 To $r JEWELRY ' J lovely COSMlTIC GIFT SETS FOR MOTHER by Shulton-Revelon Max 'Factor-Tussy-Coty Summer Colognes & Bathpowder by Tussy and Shulton $1 $f-75 1 TO • 24 Hour Color Photo Finishing • • • i North Drugs We handle Money Orders for Your Convenience North 3rd and Miami Phone 4534 Friday Evening, May 11, 1962. Col. Edwin Turner Main Speaker at St. Joseph's Dinner Col. Edwin W. Turner, commander of the 827th Medical Group at Bunker Hill AFB, spoke Thursday night at the St. Joseph's hospital annual dinner. Dr. Turner's talk covered community disaster planning and the need for cooperation. Guests at the dinner were Hlaff physicians, (heir wives and advisor! board members. Musical selections were given by a group of girls under direction of Miss Thelma Nicholas, Sister M. Gerarda, administrator, welcomed the guests, who met in the dining; room on the third floor of the new wing. The program was held in conjunction with the observance of National Hospital Week. Tax Receipts Tax receipts soared over the $2,000,000 mark Thursday as $K)(UOO- .01 was credited to accounts in the county Treasurer's office. Total amount collected during the spring payment period stands at $2,077,690.88, according' to Treasurer Forest Montgomery. This is approximately $115,000 less ihan collected during the entire 'period in 1961, he said. SHOES REQUIRE LICENSE BERLIN (UPI) - A miss in East Germany needs a marriage license to buy while shoes. The Communists decreed that only intended brides could b u y white shoes which are in short supply because leather and dye must be imported from capitalist countries. CARRY-OUT SPECIALS 4 BREADED LOINS 4 FISH 4'CHEESEBURGERS 5 HAMBURGERS SEVEN DAYS eVERY WEEK YOUR CHOICE Only $1.00 FR6E I Ib. FRENCH FRIES with Each Sp4cial Mix 'em if you wish. Extra sandwiches may be had at same lav- ings. Extra French Fries, 1 Ib. 25c. MARY lANN STEAK HUT 918 N. 3rd Dial S96B My Sincere Thanks TO ALL MY FRIENDS Donald H. Heckard extra values ke your home more 'enjoyable WALL TILE'/ FLOOR TILE 7 CEILING TILE' KITCHEN CABINETS, DECORATOR IfrOORS FORMICA CABINET TOPS ' We maintain a complete Minatory of fine building materials and borne modernization items. Aluminum Awnings As Low A* $14.70 AU COtOiRS CASH & CARRY PRICES! Incl. Hardware ALUMINUM COMBINATION DOORS $25.95 IxlOWPSHfPLAP $115.00 M INSIDE FLAT WALL PAINT .... $4.89 Gal. WHITE HOUSE PAINT $4.79 Gal. See Our Spring Bargain Counter Specials. BARGAINS * EVERY DAY * BARGAINS We Have Carpenters, Painters, Masons to Handle Any Job SCREEN WIRE * EAVE TROUGH Installed ROOFS MOPPED * CEILING TILE FIELD TILE * CEMENT TILE VITRIFIED TILE AS LOW AS ALUMINUM COMB. WINDOWS .. $13.50 LOUVER DOORS $13.33 and Up PAINT ROLLER COVERS 2 for 59c Roofing and Siding Applied Ruberoid Roofing and Siding Products REYNOLDS ALUMINUM SIDING $32.95 sq. VliSJT OUR NEW HOMES *N MANITTAU WEIGHTS ADDITION. THEM: HOMES OPfiN FOR WSPBCTON. Pansier Lbr. Co., Inc. "One Stop Builders Service" — Free Delivery Vi Mile East on St. Rd. 14 Rochester, trvd. Ph. CA 3-2151 Public Entertainment Pennsy Family Club IOGANSPORT NATIONAL GUARD ARMORY 7:30 p.m. MONDAY, MAY 14th All Employees, Active, Retired, and Fur- toughed are welcome.
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