Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on May 16, 1962 · Page 3
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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 3

Logansport, Indiana
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Wednesday, May 16, 1962
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. Wednesday Evening, May 1C, 1962 MfiAMSPfiirf VJJBUC LIBRARY PLANE HITS HOUSE - An F-84 Jet. Fighter plane sticks out of a house in Pittsburgh, Pa., which it split in half upon crashing into it Tuesday. The pilot, Capt. Victor Kaltliotf, 32, of 4-H Trip Winners of Fulton Are Listed Detroit, a member of the Michigan Air National Guard, bailed out safely before his plane hit the house injuring two women who were inside. (UPI Unifax.) ROCHESTER - Several 4-H Club members in Fulton county have been awarded achievement trips this year, according to a report from the county Extension office. The Fulton County 4-H Council will sponsor the following delegates and junior leaders to the 4-H Club Roundup at Purdue university June 5, G and 7. Dwayne Shaffer and Marlene Sellers, Aub- becnaubbee club; Neida Enyarl and Larry Murfitt, Burton; David Thompson and David Barkman, Chippewanuck; Howard Kcrr Jr., Henry; Kip Kisller, Richland; Richard Earp, Alberta Wipper- jnan, Almetta Zuck, Sherri Evans, Barbara Masteller and Vicki Evans. Union; Deloris Myers and Jack Keesey, Woodrow, and Charlene Thomas, Lavonne Lease, Gerald Rouen and Frederick Bauman, Wayne. The girls State Fair School achievement trips for 1962, sponsored by the Fulton County Farm Bureau Inc., Fulton County Home Demonstration clubs and the Rochester Lions club will be made by Phyllis Shaffer, Aubbee; Sue Ann Quick, Columbia, and Marilyn Myers, Woodrow. Selected for the State-4-H Junior Leaders conference at Ball State Teachers college June 12-15, and sponsored by the Rochester Kiwanis club, are Jane and Ann Smith, Girl Chipps; Hallie Weber, Woodrow Peppers; Marilyn Sellers, Aubbee; Bob Burton, Union, and Lindsay Ewen, Reiter. Phyllis Shaffer, Aubbee, also will attend as a district officer. She was elected during 1961 Junior Leaders conference. Debra Partridge of Union has been awarded the State Fair Garden School trip, to he Aug. 24-30. Personals Sunday guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Louis Alspach were Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Howard of Chesterton, Mr. and Mrs. William Dale of Aurora, 111., Mrs. W. T. Smith of Peru, and Miss Joyce • Cooper of Coldwator, Mich. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Justus and Mr. and Mrs. T. E. Holland called on friends in Plymouth and Argos Sunday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Kelt and son, Don, entertained for Sunday dinner, Lt. Col. and Mrs. Frederick Crossett and daughter, 'Nancy, of West Lafayette. Owen Davisson, native of Fulton county, died Friday at his home in Renssclacr. Funeral services were conducted there Monday. Surviving are the wife, the former Letha McVay of Rochester, two sons and one daughter. Mrs. William Keys was hostess for the Jane Line Class of the First Baptist chvrch, for their annual May Breakfast recently. She was assisted by Mrs. Victoria Whittenberger. The theme of the meeting was based on Mother's Day and many inspiring memories of mothers were presented during roll call. Devotions were presented by Mrs. Pearl Hiland, and Mrs. Moneta Quinn was in charge of the program. The next meeting will be in the home of Mrs. Phila Zook, Kewanna. A carry-in dinner .will be served at noon. Mrs. Maryanne Carr of Henry Township will serve on the decorations committee for the 14th biennial convention of the Indiana Stale Federation of Women's Republican Clubs at the Claypool hotel in Indianapolis. Mrs. Carr is the Republican vice chairman of Fulton County. The Indiana Stale Highway Commission Tuesday announced that it plans to resurface U. S. 31 this summer, north from the city limits of Rochester to the Fulton- Marshall county line. Also on the Commission's summer resurfacing program is 2.75 miles on Ind. 25, north from the city limits of Fulton. This work will be of bituminous coated blended aggregate. The U. S. 31 project will be 8.8 miles long, consisting of hot as- phallic concrete. Logansport, Indiana, Pharos-Tribune Threa Set Election Of Miami Go. School Boards 'PERU — The Miami County Committee on School Reorganization will meet Friday, May 25 to take initial sleps lo reorganize all schools in the counly into three school districts. The reorganization will go into effect July 1st and the first step will be lo choose school board members for Ihe three units. The three districts will be Peru Community Schools, Maconaquah School Corporation and North Miami, already organized into a district. Each school district will have seven school board members. They will receive $360 a year for Iheir services and will assume their new duties July 1. The first meeting to choose a | school board will be held at 4:30 p,m. May 25 when members of t_he Advisory Boards of Peru and Erie Township and the Peru City j Council will meet in City Hall. They will choose the members who will serve on the board of the Peru Community Schools, with the city council sele'cting five members as in the past. The Peru' Township Advisory Board will choose a member from within the township but outside the city limits and the advisory board of Erie township also will appoint one school board member. At 7 p.m. the Advisory Boards in Ihe county will meet with the chairman of the reorganization committee, Ray Gcyer, in his office in the courthouse. The North Miami School District, already operating, must reduce its' school board members from nine to seven. The final meeting will be advisory board members from six south townships. They will meet in Geyer's office at 8 p.m. lo choose school board members for Ihe Maconaquah School District. Jackson Township in the south part of the county is affiliated with the Oak Hill School District, Grant county. The Grant plan was rejected. • Kindergarten Sessions Set in Monticello MONTICELLO - The Union township and Monticello schools' annual kindergarten program will begin on June 11 and will end on July 20. The program will be held each day from 9 a.m. until 11 a.m. Buses will be provided for the rural children. Town parents will assume all responsibility of getting their children to and from school safely, as there is no summer safety patrol. The swimming program will nlso begin June llth. Children must be nine years of age and in the fourth, fifth, or sixth grades. The first Mobile Unit of the Blood Bank will be in Monticello on July 2nd. A workshop meeting has been scheduled for May 22nd, to be attended by the Mobile volunteers. The County has been divided into four areas for the purpose of recruiting donors and volunteers. They are, (1) Union Township; (2)' Monon, Honey ' Creek, and Princetown Townships; (3) Big Creek, West Poinl, Prairie and Round Grove Townships; (4) Liberty, Cass, Jackson, and Lincoln Townships. The Monticello fire department answered two minor fires Tuesday morning at Sixbey's Restaurant and near the home of R. P. Ziebold where there was a trash Boy Drowns CONNERSVILLE, Ind. (UPD- Michael Steele, 11, drowned Tuesday while swimming in Ihe Whitewater River at the edge of Connersville. Michael's brother, Wayne, 14, tried unsuccessfully to save him. The body was found in about 10 feet of water by a Connersville police skindiver about an hour later. fire in the alley. Sheriff. Charles G. Miller arrested David Alexander of Wolcoll on a charge of failure to provide. He appeared in Ihe court of lice of Ihe Peace Plummer at Wolcolt Monday, . where he was fined $1 and costs, amounting io $20.75. The Big Difference In Stores Today Is The Way People Are Treated 409-41 5 E. . 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(UPI Unifax,) Kroehler's elegant Pendant collection is open stock: Orders can be placed for dining room, living room and bedroom furniture. i Use Our Home Plan Account Panel bed 49.50 Nitc Stand 44.50 Mirror ..31.50 Double dresser .' 109.50

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