Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on May 13, 1962 · Page 24
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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 24

Logansport, Indiana
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Sunday, May 13, 1962
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PAGE TWENTY-FOUR THE PHAROS-TRIBUNE and LOGANSPORT PRESS, LOGANSPORT. INDIANA SUNDi , MAY 13,19<» EMPLOYES HONORED-Ten employes with a total of 155 years of service were honored at a recognition tea Friday afternoon at Memorial hospital. Receiving pins and certificates were (1-r) Esther Black, Alvin Tho'inpson, Josephine Thompson, lone Kistler, Gladys Black, Fay Fry, Hazel Fry, Patricia Mercer, Hessie Beaver, Not present for the recognition lea was Jean Nutter. (Staff Photo) TASTY SNACKS At Our Soda Fountain 6 Taste-Tempting Food For Every Mood ... Sen all tho good things we hava to oat. Come m for lunch, mid- afternoon snacks or a late-date bite. Try one of our big, succulent sandwiches especially good •with a cola drink. Come in and troat your taste. At The... CENTRAL DRUG STORE SODA FOUNTAIN 41h at Broadway Barber Shoppers To Perform Sunday Douglas Nash, Chamber of Commerce manager, was made an lonorary member of the Logans- »rt chapter of the SPEBSQSA Friday evening. Presenting Nash with a lapel jin, certificate and a barber shop singing kit, that contained musi- Logan Chapter No. 2 R. A. M. Stated Convocation Monday May 14th at 7:30 p.m. All Companions Welcome. Charles F. Eichcns'ehr, H.P. UPHOLSTERING cusTom mrtom —« PURHITURE 2018 NORTH STREET PHONE 4739 FOR SALE OR LEASE Road 17—North Logan—2 Miles 30 acres in bluegrass, flowing spring water, new large barn, 240x36 feet, large corral, new Cyprus wood fence, floodlights and pavement around building. Ideal cattle and hog operations. ROAD 17 RUSSELL TANGUV 1O POINT fiFETO CHECK-UP! 1st us give your car our complete safety check now. This fres service takes just minutes. •. BRAKE ADJUSTMENT $1.25 SPECIAL plus parts Hendrickson Motor Sales "The House That Service iBuilt" 419 So. 3rd Phone 5151 cal arrangements and automobile stickers, was Wally Felty, vice president of the local chapter; "!hct Howard, president and Glen Held, past international .board member of the SPEBSQSA. Nash was a member of a barber shop quartet while living in Allegan, Michigan. He started singing wit'i them in 1926 and ended his singing career in 1933. Nash sings baritone. He said that he still loves to sing and' enjoys taking part in "kitchen quartets." Two area barber shop quartets will participate in a show that will be presented by the Louisville Thoroughbred chorus, who placed second in international competition last year, at the Logansport high school auditorium May -20 at 2 p.m. From LogansporJ; will be the Pieces of Eight and from Rochester will be the K-Noters. Members of the local group are Chester Barry, Bill Terry, Ralph Fox and Harold Hizer. Members of the Rochester group are Mike Patterson, Harold Snyder, John Delworth and Warren Tatter. Five quartets from the Louisville group will take part in the show. New Demo Cjiairman Named In Carroll DELPHI— Matthew '• "Pete!: Jackson is .the Carroll county Democratic chairman, named at the party's meeting Saturday. He succeeds John Merrell. Thelma Sines was re-elected vice-chairman and Ramond Crane, Burlington, treasurer, succeeds Mike uckien of Burrows .Elnora Flora was chosen secretary, succeeding Catherine Little. - ' ' • __ Little change was made at the Elepublican party's meeting. Delmar Bailey was re-named chair- nan, Ira McCain, vice-chairman; l Roberts,, of Flora,, treasurer. Edith Farr was chosen secretary ;o succeed Mildred Wilson who resigned. Card of Thanks We wish to express our sincerest appreciation to friends, Rev. William H. Neeriemer, L. A. to the B. of R. T. :254, Order of Amaranth, White Shrine, Eastern Star and Fisher funeral home for the acts • of kindness and sympathy shown us at the death of our aunt, OHie V.'Da vis. _ ,—Jua'nila Schaefer, Robert E. McElheny, Harold E. McElheny, Hal J. 'McElheny. In Memory of our mother who passed uway May 14,1059. Sadly missed by the Minnie Porter family. , In Loving Memory of our son and brother, Bobby Lee Rose who left us 3 years ago today: "The house is now so quiet , That echoed with your laughter; And hearts you filled with gladness Year now for God's hereafter; For then these hearts that miss. you, Will be freed of grief and pain, In the joy of sweet reunion In heaven with you again." Sadly jnissed by Mother, Dad, Brother and Sister. "Your Private Secretary" Florence Daggy Offset Printing - Typing Mimeographing - Photo Copy 129 Fourth St. Phone 3381 PANSY TIME Strawberry, Rhubarb, Asparagus, Creeping Phlox, Gladioli Bulbs. Rapid Gro, Greenfield Products, Ortho Spray Materials, Peat Moss. Markert's Greenhouse 1529 Pleasant Hill Phone 4437 Storms Damage North Indiana Heavy showers and thunderstorms hit parts of Northern Indiana again Saturday and more showers were likely throughoul the state Sunday. Lightning set fire to a home jusl south of Gary during a morning thunderstorm, causing damage estimated at §4,000, arid a tree was hit by lightning near downtown Gary. ' - . . South Bend reported only "moderate rainfall and no damage as the shower line moved- southeastward from Chicago and Michigan City, -s .-.. The Weather Bureau said Monday's outlook was partly cloudy and warm. Temperatures Sunday and Monday .were expected: to range into the 80s in the .southern two-thirds of the state, probably staying in the 70s in the north. Elizabeth Decker Services Monday PERU-Mrs., Elizabeth Decker, i9, a resident of" the Church of the Brethren Home in Mexico for 10 years, died at Dukes Hosptal at 10 a.m. Saturday. < Bom in Darlington, Ind, March 12, 1873, she was the daughter of William and Eleanor (Cook) Ham-: ilton. Sh'e,was married to Bert Decker on July 22, 1908, and he preceded her in death; A stepson, Kenneth Decker of Indianapolis, survives. Funeral services will be held-in the McCain Country Chapel, at 10:30 a.m. Monday. The Rev. Donald Ritchey will officiate.-Burial will be in.the [OOF cemetery, Darlington, Ind. Friends may call at the funeral home after 7 p.m. Sunday. Five Unhurt In Two Miami Crashes As Cars Veer Off Road PERU—Dan Surface, 16, route 5, Peru, 'and three passengers in his car escaped injury about mid' night Friday when he lost control of, his, car.. The accident occurred on the Plothow Road, southwest of Peru in front of the C. W. Walker residence. Surface failed to make a,sharp turn in. the road,-knocked down Walker's mail box and crashed into some small trees.. His 1950 model car was listed a total loss'by'Deputy Sheriff Lowee Harmon, who investigated. William Hancock of Wabash was not hur ; t early Saturday morning when his car rolled over on U.S. 24 several miles east of Peru. Trooper Jack Rich and Deputy Sheriff Lowell Harmon,'who investigated, reported that Hancock was traveling west when he lost control of his machine on a curve at the O'Connor gravel pit. The car went off the south side of "the highway! Assessment Help Set For Noble Twp, Noble township 1 trustee Lawrence March will assist residents of the- township with their personal property assessment schedules at 7 p.m. Monday at the Noble township school. All schedules are due Tuesday, county assessor Richard Gohl reminded. Anyone failing to file a schedule will be subject to a fine of $10 after Tuesday. Anyone in Eel township wishing assistance should see George Latz on the second floor of the court- Gallahan Defeats Gothard In Miami PERU—Russell Gallahan, 40, of Mexico, a filling statiorj operator defeated Arthur Gothard Saturday afternoon in the race i'or Miami County Democratic, chairman, at the party's reorganization meeting held at the Democratic headquarters. Gallahan won on the first ballot by a margin of four votes, the tally being Gallahan, 30 and Gothard, 26. Gotliard, who has served as county chairman since 1956 won on the third ballot over three other candidates in I960 including Gallahan, John Shea of Amboy and Haskett R. Malotl: of Converse. George Danger, 522 West Seventh St., who was mentioned as a definite candidate for Gothard's post Saturday swung his support over to Gallahan. / Gallahan has served a:S precinct committeeman for eight years and as a delegate to the Democrat State Convention on four' different occasions. He told the precinct committeeman that he would strive for unity 'n the party which has been split for several years in Miami county and also declared that he would appoint. a patronage committee and that job appointments would not be "hand-picked deals." Other new officers elected were Mrs. Mary Wort, -vice county chairman, succeeding Mrs. Edward Erlenbaugh; John Shea of Amboy, treasurer, succeeding Albert Lawrence; and Mrs. Josephine Rade!, secretary, succeeding Mrs. Ann Mills, Gotliard was first elected county chairman in 1956, defeating Robert Tillett, who had served eight years. In the 1958 election for the chairmanship, Gothard defeated Gerald Howell, Jefferson township farmer. Gerald Powell was re-elected chairman of the Miami County Central Republican Committee at the reorganization meeting held Saturday afternoon. He has served in this capacity since 1948 when he succeeded Elbert Robbing. Others elected included Mrs. Minnie Haines, vice-chairman, who. will succeed Mrs. Mark Thrush, who resigned from that )ost and re-elected were Mrs. Rob- jrt Smith, secretary and Richard \. Life, treasurer. Powell appointed Dean Thompson to serve as District Director of the Young Republican Club and Mrs. Haines appointed Mrs. 3al Hendricks as District Vice- director. Tipton Lodge No. 33 F. & A. M. Called meeting Monday May Mtli at 1:15 p.m. to attend funeral of our late Bro, Walter Pherson. Services at Kroeger Funeral Home at 2:09 p.m. Harold G. Watson, W.M. RUG CLEANING Carpet land Upholstery, Fiber Rugs—Rug Dying RHOADS KLEVER RUG KLEANERS PHONE 4530 WEEDEZ WONDER BAR Kills Broadleaf Weeds KASCH'S Pet and Lawn Supply 524 E. Market Phone 4328 Come To BUSJAHN'S for • Crutches, wood or aluminum Cones Back 'Supports Supporter Belts Obesity Supports Anklets Hinged Knee Oops Rib 'Fracture Belts Colostomy Outfit Trusses Elastic Stockings Abdominal Supports Athletic Supports And All Other Surgical Fittings Heating Pads Neck'Supports Ankle, knee or wrist braces Supp-Hose Walkers —'Complete Stock— BUSJAHN'S DRUGSTORE 308 fourth Street Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, May 14-15-16 LEAN TENDER PORK STEAK FRESH CUBED Pork Cutlets 39 BONUS BUY Dairy Queen TREAT for Topped with luscious strawberries! DAIRY QUEEN .-, .Best from the patch- natch! Rosy red straw- terries cascade over deli- .cipue Dairy Queen and fresh shortoake. Served - fresh from the freezer, Dairy Queen is better tasting, better for you. Com* in for a TODAY I 1800 E. MARKET 1 AL oW DON S<"HMIDT Pillsbury Flour 5«' 39 29 BABY ENGUSH Walnuts. ELDORADO BRAND Rose Bushes DIFFERENT COLORS 69 WE ACCEPT * Payment of Utility Bilk. •jf Payment of telephone bills. •fc Payment of gas bills. WE ISSUE -fa Money Orders ; ^- Sell Stamps •^ Cash Pay Checks WE RESERVE THE RIGHT TO LIMIT QUANTITIES FOODS tO&ANSPORT 18th and ERIE

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