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Two Logansport, Indiana, Pharos-Tribune Thursday Evening, May 17, 1982 Twelve Mile HD Club To Meet May 21 TWELVE MILE-Willing Work! ers Home Demonstration Club will meet Monday evening, May 21 at 7:30 p.m. The lesson, Herbs and Spices, will be given by Mrs. Don - Bookwalter, hostess and Mrs. Lin. da Dillman. Roll call will be favorite spring flower. Assistant hostess will be Mrs. George Gearhart. PLAN REUNION Alumni reunion of the Twelve Mile High School will be there Saturday evening, May 19 with a basket supper to be served at :6:30 p.m. CHURCH NOTES E.U.B. Woman's Society of " World- Service .will meet 1 'Wednes' day evening, May 23 at 7:30 p.m. at the church. Mrs. Barbara Zartman will giVe devotions and Mrs. Floyd Green is in charge of refreshments. E.U.B. Good will class will meet Monday evening, May 21 at the church. Community Bible School ' scheduled to start Monday, May 28 for two weeks. SCHOOL NEWS Semester A honor roll, Grade 11, Stanley Adkins; Grade 9, Jean Lemmon. Semester B honor roll, grade 12, John Crimmins, Christina Handshu, Patty Pickens, Rex Rudicel, Paul Sullivan and Carole Wilson. Grade 11, Mildred Dennis, Mary Reed and Sam Williamson. Grade 10, Barbara Coffing, Carol Davidson, Gary Paschen, Glenda Pearson, Melvin Price and Terry Rhine. Grade 9, Richard Reed and Jean Webster. Grade 8, Robert Green, Venda Mettler, Marie Scott, Sue Skinner, Ray Staller Alan \\Jalton, Barbara Youmans Grade 7, Gale Davidson, Dennis Grable, Jackie Grandstaff, Larry Griest, Robert Johnson, Kay Lee Pamela Moon, Ross Staller and Frank Sullivan. Last Grading Period honor roll, A, Grade 12, Paul Sullivan; Grade 11, Stanley Adkins, Grade 9, Jean Lemmon. B Honor roll grading period, Grade 12, Larry Strong, Carole Wilson; Grade 11, Mary Reed, Sam Williamson; Grade 10, Barbara Coffing, Carol Davidson, Glenda Pearson, Terry Rhine and Ed Unger. Grade 9, Richard Reed, Kenneth Ulerick, Joan WeBster; grade 8, Robert Green, Venda Mettler, Ray Staller, Alan Walton, Barbara Youmans; Grade 7, Gale Davidson, Dermis Grable, Jackie Grandstaff, Larry Griest and Frank Sullivan. Mrs. Roger Cress is at home from Memorial Hospital, Logansport. Mrs. Edna Bosh formerly of here, was hospitalized after getting her foot in a lawn mower. Bethlehem Woman's Society of Christian Service met with Mrs. Tena Young Wednesday evening. Mrs. Martha Hiibenthal and Mrs. Beulah Ball assisted the hostess. Mrs. James Rhine gave devotions, reading from Psalm 100 and offering prayer. The lesson "Rich Towards God" was given by Mrs. Verrick Bookwalter and Mrs. Arthur Young. A committee was appointed to investigate buying a de- humiclifyer and interior paint and application for the church basement. They were Mrs. . Acel Young, Mrs. George Wilson and Mrs. Arthur Young. The group decided to send a youth to Camp Yoc-Me-Ka, and a carload is to go to the school of Missions at Epworth Forest for one day. July 16 is group Seminar at KoT<omo Trinity church. Poems for Mother's Day were read by Mrs. Harold Griest and Mrs. Arthur Young. Mrs. E. L. Stuber dismissed with prayer. A miscellaneous auction was held. Refreshments were served to 18 members and Mrs. Gloria Smith became a new member. Guests were Mrs. Delia Morrow. Mrs, Pearl Burkhardt and Miss Sharon Wilson. The next meeting will be June 13 • at Edith DeWitt. SCHOOL ROYAL CENTER Photo By Harrington Buy First Land for State Port INDIANAPOLIS (UPD-Despile a few legal snags Wednesday, the Indiana Port Commission finally purchased the first land for the proposed Lake Michigan Port at Burns Waterway in Porter County. Commission Chairman James Fleming, Fort Wayne, handed a check for $160,555 to former State Sen. John W. Van Ness,' Val paraiso, assistant to the president of the Midwest Steel Division of National Steel Corp., in exchange (or the 76.83 acres. The hitch: developed when, just before a scheduled transfer cere- money in the presence of assenv bled newsmen, Fleming learned that Atty. Gen. Edwin K. Steers never had . chocked the • warranty deed for the property although John Bradshaw, an Indianapolis attorney who handles legal matters for the commission, had done Fleming said, "As a matter of rocedure and good business," the torney general also should ap- rove the deed and sales agree- ient. The commission then went .to an executive session and in- -cated the transfer probably ould be dela-yed a week. Later in the day, however, the loney for the property was urned over to Van Ness., Steers also had asked. the' commission for clarification of "who is andling the legal work" but leming said the matter would ave to be determined at a later meeting. In connection with the purchase, Heming 'expressed confidence lat the long-sought port would Become a reality in the next two ears despite: the opposition of 'en. Paul H. Douglas, D-II1., who eeks to create a national park in he same area. Bible School Set At Kewanna Church KBWAN'NA — The Kewanna Baptist church will hold their 1 annual Daily Vacation Bible School at the church starting Monday, May 28 at 9 a.m. The school will end on June 8. Classes will be held each day except Saturday. Harry Taylor, pastor of the church, will serve as dean of the school. Club To Meet The Kewanna Homemakers Club will meet at 8 p.m. on -Monday, May 21 in th^e home of Mrs. -Ralph Overmeyer. Mrs. Paul Garver will be co- hostess and a bulb and plant sale will be featured. Quotes in the News By United Press International LAS VEGAS, Nev. — Showman songwriter Gene 'Austin, announc ing his candidacy 'for the Demo era tic gubernatorial nomination: "Politics is just like show busi LOS ANGELES - Fred W Kline, president of the Los Ang eles Fire commission, who re ceived a, gift of a skunk f r o rr Chicago Fire Commissioner B i 1 Quinn: ' "Just a gag, no reflection o our department." PARIS — 'Former General Ra oul Salan, on trial for his role a head of the Secret Army Organ zation: "I am not the leader of a armed band, but a French gen eral representing a victorious an not a defeated army." • NORFOLK, Va. — Undersecre tary of State Averell Harriman on U.S. policy 'in Laos: "It's. not a desirable piec by real estate but we are com mitted." Read the Wapt Ads! Record Sales Of Autos DETROIT (UPI) — Automakers today began. reporting record sales for the first 10 days of May. Chevrolet said its combined car- truck total of 97,373 units is 41 per cent higher than last year's 69,05! imits. Sales Manager K.E. Staley saic the total is also 39 per cent higher than the previous record of 70,062 units set in I960. In addition, Sta ley said Chevrolet set. separate records for car and truck sale? during the period. American Motors Corp. . sail Rambler sales in the May 1-10 pe riod were a record, 12,036 units 31.4 per cent above the 9,157 soli in the same period last year. A'MC Vice President T.A. Coup said the sales.total also was th highest for any first 10-day perio in 23 months. Lincoln-Mercury division sai sales in the May 1-10 period wer the best for the opening 10 da of any month this year. 'The division reported sales ( 10,743 Mercury and Lincoln mod els, compared with 9,816 for th period a year ago. A youth meeting for the area hristian churches was held Sun- ay afternoon in the local Church f'Christ. Tibbs Maxey, from the -ollege of'the Scriptures'in Louis- ille, was the guest speaker. Mr. Maxey was a weekend uest in the home of Mr. and Mrs. !arl Yount. ' The Dale Hoff family visited icir son, Robert, a student at 'urdue University. Mr. and-Mrs. Guy Smith spent Sunday in the • Wilmer Zellers ome in South Bend. Mrs. Fern Master and Mrs. Elizabeth Graffis returned Satur- ay from'a trip to Fort Worth, 'exas to visit the Orlyn Master amily. Gary Harmon arrived Friday rom San Diego for a visit with Ir. and Mrs. Robert Harmon and amily. Mr. and Mrs. . Charley Overmeyer, Mrs. Lydia Stingley, and] he Roy Murdick family were en- ertained Sunday in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Washburn at Lakeville. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Myers, louth Bend, visited Saturday with lis mother, Mrs.' Addie Myers. The Larry Stokes family visited ler on Sunday, i Dr. L/ E. Kelsey has returned to his home and office after spending the winter in Arizona. Royal Center Cliurcli Unit Plans Dinner ROYAL CENTER — The WSWS of the Royal Center EUB church will hold their Mother and Daughter banquet at the church on Tuesday, May,.;22 at,6:30 p.m. All of the women of the church are- invited. Each is to bring a covered 'dish and table service,Personals The Baptist-Christian Ladies Auxiliary held a covered dish din ner Wednesday evening at church. Mary Hipes had charge of devotions and Gladys Morelanc and Alberta Mansfield were to have had charge of the program Work has started on the new EUB church parsonage, the home will have three bedrooms, a study and will'be a ranch style home Mrs. Larry Stover, who has beer staying with her mother whil .her husband Sgt. Stover .has beei Germany, left Wednesday b st for Fort Lewis, Wash, wher er husband arrived from Ger nany. . The WSCS of the Methodis lurch was to meet Wednesda vening at the church. Production Up WASHINGTON (UPI) — Industrial production, retail sales am personal income climbed to new highs and employment rose.sharp ly in April, according to.the.gov ernment. Reports from government agen cies Tuesday 'formed a highly en couraging picture of an expand ing'.economy. Officials hoped the new statistics would dispel some o of the gloom 'engendered by re cent declines in the stock ma'rket HOUSECLEANING SPECIALS Friday and Saturday Only Bissell Shampoo Master Oissell RUG SHAMPOO Delphi HD Club Sets 23 Meeting DELPHI —.The Modern Home Makers H. D. Club will -meet on Wednesday night, May 23, at 8 p.m. in the home,of Mrs. Don felly. ' . Assistant hostesses will be Mrs. Truman Spitler and Mrs.'Robert iigh. Fred.Chandler, county probation offider, will be the guest speaker. Robert .T. Mantel of Hammond, classmate for six years of Rev. David Clifford at The Lady of .he Lake Seminary at Wauwasee, will be ordained as a priest on the same day David will be ordained on May 28. They were classmates from 1950 to 1956 af- ler which Mantel went to St. Mary's Seminary at Norwood, Ohio for his major and Clifford went to St. Meinard in Indiana for two years-then to The Catholic Theological College in Washington, D. C. AH members of the Carroll County School reorganization committee were in attendance along with many other interested persons at'the committee meeting held/at Hillcrest school Monday night. Albert Verrill, chairman o the committee, announced tha lie committee must have a plan )y June 30 'if the plan is to Ix r oted on in the November gen era! election. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Hoan of iVest Front Street spent the weekend in LaPorle with their daugh- er and family. Mr. and Mrs. Russell D'avies of Birmingham, Mich., were weekend guests of his sister, Miss Wary Davies, after attending festivities at Miami University at Oxford, Ohio. Mr. and Mrs. Davies spent the winter months in Los Angeles, Calif., to be- near their son, Russell Jr. and family and their daughter, Dorothy and family. They were enroule back to Birmingham Monday. Rev. David Clifford who will Ix; ordained a priest on May 26, in Kokomo, has been a guest of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Huberl Clifford here. He left Wednesday noon for a weeks retreat at z Trappist Monastery in Kentucky On Tuesday night, Rev. Cliffor' and his parents, Mr. and 'Mrs. Hubert Clifford and Mr. and Mrs. Richard Hawn were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Clifford in Lafayette. Macy Alumni Banquet Held MACY — The annual Macy Alumni banquet was held in ilia gymnasium on Saturday evening. Over a hundred members and guests 'were seated at white covered tables with silver leaves, grapes and pink tapers used in the decor. The dinner was prepared and served by members of the Christian church. Organ selections were presented by Howard Amell, Logansport during the dinner hour. Larry Kofterman presided over the activities. Officers, for the following year are Dale Combs, president; Dick Palmer, vice-president and Mrs. Kenneth Van Dai- sen, secretary - treasurer. Toastmaster for the evening was J. arner, Warsaw. . The class of: 1842 celebrated leir twentieth anniversary 'with m members present. They wei-9 Irs. Robert Lnckwood, Soulh 3end; Mrs. Joe Wildermuth, Akon; Dale Smith, Fullcrion, Cal- Mrs. Ron Baber, Raymond Slahl, Loren Books, John Savage, ohn Frobish, Harold Smith and Sphraim Bockover. The four un- ble to be present were Mrs. Charles Lalla, Peru; Mrs. J. Foey, Albuquerque, N. Mex., Paul Ian-is, Seattle, Wash, and Bill 'oor, Rockford, 111. Mrs. Ellis Powell gave the memorial for Mrs. Mae Fowler. The program, "The Story of Macy," was produced arid directed by Bill Agio and Lester Taylor, members of ihe 1962 graduates. They were assisted by students from Rochester and North Miami High school and Mr. Kennedy, music director. CLASS MEETS The Fellowship class of the Macy Methodist church met on Sunday evening in the country home of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Fincher and sons. Harold Townsend presided over the business meeting and devotions were given by Mrs. Dean Burns. Contests were conducted by Mrs. Phillip Dclawder. Others present were Mr. and Mrs. Richard Briggs, Mr. and Mrs. Ora Clemans, the Rev. and Mrs. Ronald Harshman, Mr. and Mrs. 51en Barllett, Mr. and Mrs. Or- 'ille Renfroe, Lowell Fincher, itark Clemans, Forrest Kercher, tfrs. Harold Townsend, Anita Powell, Dick Reese and Dean Jurns and family. SCHOOL NOTES Cheer leaders for next year at North- Miami High school were elected the past week. Varsity leaders are Sara Ncal, Kathy 'Frobish, Nancy Livcngood, Sharon Cleveland and Lana Jones. B- team leaders are Carol Griffith, Barbara Babcr and Linda McGuire. PERSONALS Mr. and Mrs. Carl Allen and daughters, Muncie and Mr. and Mrs. Harold Edwards and family of Warsaw called on Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Edwards on Sunday afternoon. In the evening, they called on the lion Babers' and Kenneth Edwards' at Nyona Lake. Mr. and Mrs. Don Collins and family, Flint, Mich, were weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. Roy Collins 50 Years of Superior Shoes from $19.95 ANKLE-FASHIONED SHOES Special ••• Showing! A combined TOO years of shoe manufacturing and selling are celebrated in 1962 as Nunn-Bush Shoe Company and Bailey's each.commemorates 50 years in business. In honor of this occasion we have arranged for a shoeing of the complete lines of Nunn-Bush Shoes and Edgerton Shoes (made by a division of Nunn-Bush) conducted by Mr. Hugh Pendergast, special representative of Nunn-Bush, on ... SATURDAY, MAY 19 Stop in and see over 100 different styles and leathers on display. $23.95 Also SHOPS FOR MEN from $12.95 alii

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