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Logansport, Indiana
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Friday, May 18, 1962
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Six Logansport. Indiana, Pharos-Tribune COMMUNITY BRIEFS Around Births MEMORIAL—Born to Mr. and Mrs. Harold Conklin, rural route 3, a daughter; to Mr.'- 'arid- Mrs. Jim Fosters rural route 2, Walton, a daughter. ST. JOSEPH'S Born- to ,Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Showley, Lucerne, 'a son., Hospital Notes . •-•-• - MEMORIAL — Admitted: Mrs. Bessie. Cohee, Webster Nursing home; Benjamin Terrell, West Fifth St.; Chauncy Tilton, rural route 4; Mrs, Vella Appleton, rural route 1, Camden; Charles Warner, 527 Kloenne St.; James Helvie, 218 Cole St.; Master Allen Huffman, rural route 2, Kewanna; Mrs.. Cena Montgomery, 915 West Miami Ave.; Charles Lay, rural route 1, Flora; Miss Shiela Edwards,' 1506 Spear St. Dismissed: Robert Da'gue, 1422 Wright St.; Harold Fisher, 1432'/ 2 •Michigan Ave.; Master Ronald Gady, rural route 2, Star City; Master Chester and Miss Elizabeth Grubb, 709 Glcnway Dr.; Mrs. Maude Helvie, Young America; Mrs. Betty Maple, 829 Nineteenth St.; Charles ' Whiteman, Union hotel; Mrs. Lois Zech, Grand Rapids, Mich.; Mrs. Mary Zellers, MO State St.;, Mrs. Lehman Wallace, 923 Bates St.; Mrs. Dorothy Leffert", 16 Center St. ST. JOSEPH'S-Admitted: John Gillum, 1428 Smead St.; John Beckmam, 1309 Erie Ave.; Peter Miller, 516 Dizardie St.; Jack Demerly, 715 Parkway Dr.; Mrs. Alice Rush, 808 Nineteenth St.; Mrs. Ethel Newport, rural route 5; Mrs. Ora Graham, Jones Nursing home. Dismissed: Miss Catherine Deel, 2031 North St.; Mrs. Carmen. DeFord, 903 Cliff Dr.; Mrs. Robert Cannada and son, 319 'Day St.; Mrs. William Wade and son, 81% Spear St. ROCHES'TER* Admissions to Woodlawn hospital: Mrs. Roscoe Berrier, R. R. 6, Rochester; Jim Simshauser, Kewanna. Dismissals: George. Hoagland, Warsaw; Mrs. Eugene Manns, Claypool; Mrs. Rena Beeler, Denver; Mrs. Harold Kirby and daughter, 200 Jefferson; Mrs. Donald Duzenbury and son, 711 Jefferson. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Sopher, R, R. 3, Rochester, are the parents of a son. ' Mr. and Mrs. Paul Harvey, Denver, are the parents of a son. Mr. and Mrs. David Alspach, Coldwater, Mich., are the parents of a son. The paternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Louis Alspach, Rochester. The materna! grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Steven Smith, Branson, Mich. Bunker Mill Hospital Notes Admitted: Airman 2C Ralpi} Kirk, S. Sgl. William Cunningham, Airman 3C James Dynes, Mrs. Margaret Settle, Mrs. Mildred McFarlin and Mrs. Jeanette Ra mey. Dismissed: Airman 3C Johnny Findley, M.Sgt. Jay Waggoner, Airman 2C Richard Singer, Mrs. Mary Farmer, Mrs. Lois Bridges, Mrs. Mary Peterson and son, Mrs. Jean Anderson .and son," Donald and Mrs. Josefyna Maestas. Town Circuit Court James,, Taylor was granted a divorce ; from Rutl^ Taylor by- fudge Norman .Kiesling in the Cass circuit .court Friday. 'The .divorce suit of Mrs. .Mary Jeckman vs. John Beckman was lismissed 'by the plaintiff. William Gjbbs and George Ginck appeared in ^circuit court Friday to file a rernohstrance against the vacation of the Barron street crossing which had jeen reciuested by the Pennsyl ; ania railroad. Mrs. Mary Doran was granted divorce from Wayne Doran in circuit court Friday. She was rep- •esented by.Bishop and Bishop, The estate- of the late Mae Grady was estimated "at $4,500 jn it was opened in circuit court to determine the inheritance ax due. Harold J. Tuberty is the attorney for the estate. The Town and Country Securi- ies.'- corporation, doing business is the Midwest Acceptance company, asks $150.04 in a suit on a conditional sales contract filed against Charles and Nance Black. I!ity Court Two cases of petit larceny were learcl in citv court Friday morn- ng. Lester Eugene Brown, 31, of 1200'High St., was-meted' a suspended six month sentence to the Indiana State farm and Larry An- wciler, 20, of 619 Washington St. was placed on probation for two years. There were no other cases :ieard. Marriage Licenses Charles High, 23, of Elkhart, and Mariana Dawn Hopper, 21,,of rural route 2, Walton. James Fergus, 21, of 308 W. Market St., and Jolene Kaye Bailey, 18, of 426 Day St. Larry Ulery, 19,' of Royal Center, and Mary Alice Miller, 18, of Royal Center. Robert .D. Umbarger, electrician's mate fireman apprentice, USN, son of Mr. and Mrs. Donald Umbarger of 518 Hanna St., Logansport, Ind., 1 is serving aboard the ocean non-magnetic minesweeper USS Salute, a unit ;aking part in Exercise Quick Kick, a joint training operation ield May -7-10, at Camp Lejeune, N. C. Ens. Earl T. Wilson, USN, son of Mr. and Mrs. Quinc'y.L. Wilson of 524 Plum St., Logansport, Ind. was, among a group of limit- e,d . duty officers who reported, April .30, to attend the Nava' School of Pre-Flight at the Naval Air Station, Pensacola, Fla. The eight-week course includes preflight training and officer indoctrination. Lance -Cpl.' Ronald L. Myers, USMC, son of Mrs. Jack D. Myers of 101 Lux St.', Logansport, Ind., is undergoing sea-school training al the Marine Corps Recruit Depot San Diego, Calif. Cass county has approximately^ 1,000 '-alcoholics, -Dean' Barnhart',' director of education ,of the^State Division on Alcoholism, told students in the .Logansport ; high school health .and safety, classes ' ' .. "There is every evidence that drinking among • high school students is increasing, a recent Gal- up.poll indicating that 68 per cent lave occasion to use , alcoholic )everages," Barnhart declared. "Inasmuch as one out of every .4 or 15 persons who drink is said o be destined to become an alco- lolic, the danger is clear," he "THE DIVISION on Alcoholism does not tell people whether or not to drink, but it does feel the. disease may be avoided by knowledge of its warning signs, such as oss of control, unhappiness in the iome due to drinking, loss of.repu- :ation, lost time from work, loss of job or business, serious effect Basil DeVinney, 57, Dies in Fort Wayne PERU-Basil- DeVinney, 57, ol Fort Wayne and former resident of Peru, died at 5:30 a.m.'Friday at the home of his son, William, in Fort Wayna following an. ill ness of five months. , He was bom in Decatur,' Ind., on May 5, 1905. Survivors include two sonSj Alvin and William, both of Fort Wayne; a daughter, Miss Betty Jean DeVinney, Fort Wayne and six. grandchildren.- He had lived in Peru mostj ol his lifetime and was a former employe of the Wallace. Manufacturing Company. : Funeral services will be helc at 1 p.m. Monday at the Eikenberry .funeral home in Peru with Hev. William' Shewnran officiat ing. Burial" will be in Mt. Hope cemetery. ., , .Friends may call at the funera home after 3 p.m. Sunday. Seven Candidates Report Expenses Seven more candid-ates have filed their expense reports for the Cass county primary election. They' are 1 : Sheriff Bernard Leavitt, $476.30; William J. Leh man, for Eel township assessor $41.38; Mrs. Marjorie Wnay, fo justice of the peace, $89.60 Harold Tuberty, for justice of th peace, $41.38; Donald Tilton, fo- Clay township trustee, $16. Those reporting no expense were Arthur Bailer, for count council; and Fred Stnasser, fo Adams township trustee. FLEES WORK DETAIL INDIANAPOLIS .(UPI)-Willy L Johnson, 33, Indianapolis, a pris oner at the Indiana Reformatorj escaped' Thursday from a wor detail .at the executive mansio here. He was serving 1-10 year fat grand larceny. BARNHART SAYS: 1,000 Alcoholics In Cass County Vision Test Completed Vision testing for children in all Cass county schools has been completed and 1 the 'annual report made to' the Stale Board of Health, according' to Chalmer Condon, county superintendent. . The testing conducted by Mrs. Carol Mclntyre, county school nurse, included schools of Adams and Bethlehem townships in the Caston school district. A. total of 3,574 children were tested'in all grades. Of these, 712 failed and 869 were reported to be receiving additional treatment. In the two, townships of the Caston district, 486 children were tested, 101 failed, and' 123 are receiving further care. Vision acuity testing is baseiJ on reading of Snellen charts. .Barnhart asserted/that the only safe and sure ro-ad to recovery is total abstinence as long as the alcoholic lives. .He pointed out that the alcoholic -who declines to do anything about"his problem usually faces an early grave, a mental institution or : a penal institution. '.' ' :,.' "ANY RESIDENT of Indiana who believes himself to be an alcoholic and who can support' his petition with,'a medical statement made by a; licensed physician, may ' voluntarily ask the judge pf a circuit; criminal pr juvenile court in .the county of his residence for treatment under the act. , ' "If the. judge agrees, the applicant' may be committed to a state institution which has facilities for treatment/The superintendent and the staff of the hospital will determine the nature of the treatment and length of the commitment in each case." dy, nerves,-remorse after drinking, loss of memory; "and drinking to on health, morning, drink's to stea- face a problem-or to remove shy- Deaths and Funerals i City, Cass County BUCHER, ARTHUR H., 59, of Walton. Funeral services at 2:30 p.m. Saturday, Wolf funeral home, Walton. Burial in Springdale cemetery, Bunker Hill. CaU t at the funeral home. vlrs. Lola A. Robinson, Motive of Cass County, succumbs in Peru PERU—Mrs. Lola Agnes Red mori Robinson, 68, of 122 Cory ve., Peru, died at 1:30 a.m. Fri- ay at the Armstrong Nursing :ome in Peru following an ill- ess pf several years. She'had lived in Peru mosl of er lifetime. At one time she owned .and op- rated the Redmon Nursing Home n Peru. Born in Cass county on May ,20, 893, she was the daughter of Charles and Elizabeth Bailey Corell. She was -first married to 3rant. Redmon and he preceded er in death. She later married ^, B. Robinson and he died in 960. Survivors include nieces and nephews. Funeral services will be held t 3 p.m. Monday at the Drake- Flowers funeral home .in Peru, iurial will be in Mt. Hope, cerhe ery. ", Friends may call at .the funeral home after 2 p.m. Monday. Edward L. Fieser, 83, Dies in Rochester ROCHESTER - Edward Lee Rieser, 83, of rural route 2, Rochester, died at 6 'p.m. Thursday at the Miller Nursing Home following an illness of four years. He had been a patient at the home-12' days. A retired pharmacist, and a graduate of Purdue University, he owned and operated a drug store for many years at the site of the Cook Brothers Furniture store. Born March 2, 1879, in this city, he was the son of John B. and Mary I: Reed Fieser. He was a graduate of Purdue University. His marriage in this city on August 3, 1900, was to Mabel Steckman. ' Survivors are his wife; one son, Arthur J, S., of Evanston, 111., one grandson; one great-grandson; one sister, Mrs. Alice Guthrie, Los Angeles. Friends may call at the Zimmerman Brothers funeral home until 10 p.m. Friday. Cremation will be Saturday morning. District BOSH, WHEELER M., 77, New Waverly.'Filial rites at 2 p.m. Saturday, New Waverly EUB church. Burial in Corinth cemetery. Friends may call at, the .Fisher funeral home and at the church one hour prior to 'services. COX, MERLE. K., 48, of Col-' burn. Funeral services at 2 p.m. Sunday, Jackson funeral home, Delphi. Burial in ;Riverview cemetery at Monticello. Call at the funeral home after noon Saturday. DeVINNEY, BASIL,,57, of Fort Wayne. Funeral services at 1 p.m. Monday, Eikenberry funeral home, Peru. Burial in Mt. Hope cemetery. Call at the funeral home after 3 p.m.. Sunday. DUFF, MRS. ESTHER I., 82, of 387 E., Sixth St., Peru. Funeral services at 2 p.m. Sunday, Drake- Flowers funeral home, Peru. Burial in Greenlawn cemetery, Mexico. Call at the .funeral home after 3 p.m. Saturday. GINTHER, MRS. FRANCES, 54, of Peru! Funeifal services at 2:30 p.m. Saturday, Drak'e-Flowers funeral home, Peru. Burial in Mt. Hope cemetery, Call at the funeral .home. Mrs. Agnes West, 101, Succumbs in Peru; Final Rites Monday PERU — Mrs. Agnes West, 101 widow of W. R. West, and one o! Miami county's oldest Residents died at 11:05 p.m. Thursday, a Dukes hospital following an ill ness of, several years.' .She former ly lived at 272 N. Grant St., 1 Peru She had lived in Miami count) and Peru her lifetime. Born in Miami county on Jan 12, 1861, she was the daughter o Michael and Catherine Rank Hi ner. Her marriage in 1880 was it W. R. West and he died in 190B. She was a member of the Spring Creek' Christian church in Cas county. 1 Survivors include a son, C. L West, Peru; four grandchildre and several great-grandchildren. Funeral services will be held a 1:30 p.m. Monday at 'the Drake Flowers funeral home, Peru wit Rev. A. W. Miley officiating, Bur ial will be in the Spring Cree cemetery. Friends may call at the funera home after 2 p.m. Sundffy. Mrs. Esther Duff, 82, uccumbs in Peru; : inal Rites Sunday PERU — Mrs. Esther I.' Duff, 2, of 387 E, Sixth St., wife of William W. Duff, died at her home uddenly at 8:30 p.m. Thursday, he had lived in Peru 38 years nd came to the city from Wash- rigton,county, Ind.. Born May 7, 1880, she was the aughter of James and Sarah Long Garriptt. Her marriage to Villiam Duf'f was.'-in 190,8.' . She was a member of St. James EUB church. ': Survivors include' her husband; . son, Charles L., of Chicago; a .aughler, Mrs. Virginia White*, 'eru;. two brothers. Wade Garri- It, Salem and Jay Garriott, Bed- qrd;; .two sisters, Mrs. Minnie Spurgeori and Mrs. Norval Fultz, loth of Salem; two grandchildren and five great-grandchildren. Funeral services will' be held at 2 .p.m. Sunday at the Drake- Blowers funeral home with Rev. H. E. Richer .officiating. Burial .vill be in : Greenlawn cemetery at Hcxico. . • Friends may call at the funeral home after 3 p.m. Saturday. HARRINGTON, ARTHUR C., 84, of Mohon. Final rites 2 p.m. Sunday, Rev. Irvin King officiating. Interment in the Monon cemetery. Friends may call at the funeral home after 7 p.m. Friday. HEGE; MRS. LULU P., 80, o Squth Bend. Funeral services al 3 p.m. Saturday, Forest; G. Hay funeral home,' South Bend. Buria in Highland 'cemetery. Call at the funeral home. • • • HKON,. RAY M., 62, of rura route 1, Monticello. Funeral'set- vices at 1 p.m. Saturday, Shirley Brothers'' funeral home in' : Ihdi anapolis. Burial., in Washington Park cemetery: at .Indianapolis' Call at the Shirley Brothers-_fu neral home..-.. 1 -. :'•" ' JACKSON, 'HARLAN, 7d; of 5QO •N. Water St., Peru. Funeral rite at 1 p.m. -Saturday, Drake-Flow ers funeral home; Peru'. Buria in Thompson cemetery at Gaston Ind. Call at the funeral home. Mental Health Meet Set for Wednesday The annual membership meeting of .the Cass County Association for Mental Health will be held at 7:30 p.m. Wednesday, May 23, in the YWCA annex, accord^ ing to Donald Grain,', president. It was eiT'oneou'sly reported yesterday that the meeting would be on Thursday. JACKSON, OVID, 82, of rura route 3,. Kokomo. Funeral service at 2 p.m.. Tuesday, LoYce Breth ren church. Burial : in Convers cemetery. Call at the Eikenberr funeral home in Peru after 4 p'.m Sunday and ;at the church on hour prior to ' rites. MLECZKO, JOHN, 77, of .Mo; lerey. Funeral services at 10 a.m Saturday, S.t, Ann's church, .Mo terey. Burial in St. Anne's cem tery. Call at the Kennedy an Braman funeral home. SPECIAL SPEAKER Rev,, Ermal Wilson, of, Frankfort, will speak at the local Pilgrim Holiness Church at the morning worship, 10:30 o'clock, Sunday May 20. Rev. Wilson is the executive Secretary'of Foreign Missions of the Pilgrim Holiness Church. ' "•- ROBINSON, MRS. LOLA, 68, 122 Cory Ave.,j Peru. Funeral se vices at 3 p.m. 'Monday, Drak Flowers funeral home, Peru. Bu ial in Mt. Hope cemetery. Call the funeral Home after 2 p.m Monday.. , : i , WEST, MRS. AGNES, 101, Peru. Funeral services at 1: ,p.in. Monday; Drake-Flowers' f neral home,!: Peru. Burial- Spring. Creek cemetery, Ca county. Call; lit Jhe funeral horn after. 2 p.m. jSunday. ieavy Loss n Collision Damage was estimated at .$!,0 when two automobiles collid- nino miles east ,of Logansport 6:45 ; a.m. Friday. The cars, driven by Edward nion, 26, of rural route'3, Peru, d Ronald Bowman,. 27, .of rural ute '1, Logansport, collided on unty road'100 N-and .the lane iding to, the Henry' Schrader rm residence, 500 feet west of unty road 900. E, ; According to officers, Bowman as driving south on the lane d was blinded by. a bright sun. e said he did not see the .other hide in-time to avoid the anoint. ' , . ..'..'' The damage -was ^'estimated at 50 to each vehicle by Deputy, leriff Robert, Kiesling who in- istigated, Aiss Carol Cop|eh, tanley Hooker Wed n Rochester Rites The First Christian church of ochester,, was the setting for a ndleiight wedding on Friday ening May 11, of Miss Carol iplen and Stanley Hooker, of •gos. Mr. .and Mrs. Ray Coplen, Roester, are the parents of the ide. The bridegroom's parents e Mr. and Mrs. Porter Hooker, Argos. Mrs, William Gordon played idal airs: preceding the double ng vows which were read by the ev. Graham Marsh at 8 o'clock A white shantung sheath dress atui.-i.ng three-quarter ' length eeves and a full lace overskirt as worn by the bride, who was ven in marriage by her father. white petal pill box.Jiat held e shoulder length veil of silk usion. She carried white isies and yellow roses entwined th ivy. Miss Nancy LuckenbiU, of Ak- n, attended as maid of honor, er dress was of mint green cot- n, styled similar to that of the ide and had a 'green net over- :irt?. Her green net nose veil as held with a white petal .clip. le carried white daisies entwined 'th ivy. Douglas Allbright, of Plymouth, tended his uncle as best man. Mrs. Coplen chose a beige all ,k dress for her daughter's edding and wore beige, and rown accessories. The mother of e bridegroom wore a two piece ress in gray with black acces- ries. Each wore a corsage of ellow roses. A reception for 30 guests was eld in the home . of the bride's irents.'- Out-of-town guests at- ndirig were from Warsaw, Ak- fl, Argos, Noblesville .and Mune. The bride is a graduate of Ro- iest(>r high school and Logans, ort Business' college. She is em- oyed as a secretary at the ochester Telephone Company. Her husband is'a graduate ol rgoii high-school, served with the . S. Army and is employed in outh Bend. Mr. and Mrs, Hooker re residing in Argos, V\erleK.Cox,48, )ies in Lafayette; : inal Rites Sunday DELPHI—Merle Kenneth Cox, 8, of Colburn, an employe of the ational Homes Company in La ayette, died at 8:45 p.m. Thursay at .St. Elizabeth's hospital in afayette. He .had suffered a hear! ttack in' Delphi at 6 p.m. Thursay. Born Nov. 26, 1913 in Lafayette e was'the son of Mr. and Mrs hatles .Cox. .His.' marriage on an. 25, ,1040 was to Viola'.Lynch Survivors include the widow wo -daughters, Carolyn Jane ant ,uth. Ann, both at home; two ons,, Jack Merle, at,home am 'is .W., Rockfield; and one sis or, Mrs. Jackie Combs, rura outc 1, Lafayette. • Funeral services at 2 p.m. Sun 'ay Jackson funeral home in Del ihi with Rev L 0. P. Manker bffi iating. Burial will be in River /lew .cemetery at Monticello. .Friends may call at the funera iome after noon Saturday. ipton Students to j Give Final Operetta I 'reduction Tonight j The second presentation of d ivo-act operetta, "Young Abif .incoln,",-will, be given tonight by he, students of the fourth, fiftli ,nd sixth, grades at Tipton school| Two casts of characters took >art. Those in the cast this eve| ing are:! Sandra Henry, Debbie Henry, ' Steve Gish-, Richard imith, 'Ed Woolen, 'Jerry Bufkf ,artr, Pam LaRbwe, Faye Booth! 'om.Blackman, Devin Galloway, Iteye Bard, Brenda Holt, Miki? tfcllinn, Glinda Langslon, Terr.y Jorso, -Tom McPherson, Debbiii Brubaker, Cindy Sweet, Bill LapL heska, Dave Schrimsher, ,Teai| 4damsi. Janet Gilliland,- Rick.y ohnsbn, Kathy Floyd, Clydii !ody and Steve Beachler; ' Cast- members. Thursday eve- ling were: Beth .Foster, Ruth loss, Tim Morocco, Clyde Cody; lonnie. Bennett, John- .Redd, Lina Cole, Cheryl Clayton, Dan Bru^ )akey, John Smith. Terry Smith; 'udy Hinkle, Steve H&rtoin,: Nan:y DuBois, Tom Vernon, Joe Eisf 3rt, Sandy Brant,- Sheila Kuhn:, (like Gellinger, Randy Forgeji|, Cathy Peck,!. Carolyn Holder, Mike Key, Shirley Langston, Paul 'endleton, Fred Vernon. , j Square dancers for this evcj- ling include: Don Berry, Clydj; Jooth, Kathy Edwards, George 'ellers, Mike.Harris, Linda Johnson, Trudy Taylor and Ruth Veaver. '••The square dancers, last night were: Jim Bechdol, Linda Bell, 'ohn Carruthers,. .Luanna Faust, Vienna Gellinger, Vivian King, Iharles Massey and Robert Train- r. • ' i Both evenings piano accompaniment was provided by Mrs. Get- aldine Runyon; piano . solo hly John James;, and autoharp acconti >animent by Kathy Allen, Nancy 2o'ok, Sue Powell, Karen Watson and Sue Williams. . The welcome for this evening's wogram will be given by Debra •litchens' and ushers will be Dave Berry, Bill Corn, Steve Ellars, ''erry Gish, Jim Hardy, Richard Tones, Tim Sweet and Lewis Vaughn. Marilyn Clem gave the welconie Thursday evening and ushers were: Sharon Brant, Tereisa Ihell, Debbie Kitchens',* Nanisy tfcCormick, Inez McCray, Na.m:y tfcMinn, Karen Mohler and Vicki Siddall. The stage, crew this evening ncludes: Sue Cook, Karen Daly, Eugene Holder, Ken Holley and Hike Osborn. Thursday evening ?ob Cole, Ron Henderson, Harold !x)oke, Joe Means and Ed Titus were on the stage crew. Those responsible for the production are: John Mummei't, >rincipal, and Miss Carol Brugh, ffiss Thelma Goris, Wayne Hile, tfrs. Judy Nagel and Edward Stanley, all teachers. CROSSWORD PUZZLE Friday Evening, May 18, 1982 Answer to Yesterday'* PUHI4 ACROSS i-Dircicuit 6-Old pronoun S-Artlclo o£ furniture IS-Wings 13-Tolled 14-EgKs 15-Dnlt i Farm Bureau Items ADAMS The Adams' township Farm Bur;au met recently in Memorial Jail, Mrs.' Fay Maus gave devo- ions and Harry Johnston gave a safety lesson on vehicle safely checks. The Farm Bureau talent contest vill be held June 29 at the Noble ownship school. The group voled not lo have a June meeting. A playlet, "My Securities," was 'resented by Ethel Louthain, Eveyn Johnston and Thurza Hinkle, memorial service was held, for hree deceased members and a :andle was lighted for each one. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Johnston, Hr. and Mrs. Daniel Dillman, Mr. and Mrs. Carl D. Scott and Mrs. ? ay Maus will have charge of the "uly ice cream social. Church Group To Meet Here OnJune'15-17 Logansport has been chosen as .he site of a 3-day convention o: Tehovah's Witnesses, to be helc Tune 15-17,, it was announced today by Gail C. Reynolds, presid ing minister of the Loganspor! Congregation of Jehovah's Wit nesses. Over 1^000 delegates are ex peeled to attend from 18 cities ii north-central Indiana, including Anderson, Muncie, Lafayette ant Huntington, The purpose of the semi-annua convention, Reynolds stated, if to better equip the delegates will advanced Scriptural methods o preaching in their local terrilor ies. * One of the featured speaker, for the conference will be Gar land T. Brown from the Witness es' world headquarters in Brook lyn, New York, Brown, directo: of the preaching activity of Ihi convening congregations, wil meet soon with local officers! l< advance plans for the meetings. Read the Want Ads! It's The Pattee OPEN HOUSE In Timbercrest Addition I am happy to have had the privilege of doing the concrete :wo'rk. : "' ' . • - • . S. M. KITCHEL CONCRETE SERVICE R. R. 5, Logansport Phone 40013 Best Wishes to Pattee on Their Open House I am proud to have had a part in it. RONALD ROUSER . PAINTING CONTRACTOR 500 Bartlett ' '. ' Phone 20560 of Portuguese currency (Pi.) 16-TJius 17-Openwork fabric 18-Comprehen- sfvtj view 20-SitR of IViJ Mahal Si-Youngster 22-Long, slender Huh 24-Goods cast overboard 27-Abase 31-Prepn.ra lor print 32-A«:com- plipli'ed 33-Wife of Goratnt 34-Jnhabitant ;!fi-Jioam 37-Simpleton. SS-Vontilato 3D-King, of ., < beasts 42-Thrash (slanpr) 47-BQ mistaken 48-Tlssue 4 9 -Profit 60-Scold Bl-HIgh cards 62-Nowt Cva-r,) 63-Qne, no matter which 64-Southwast- erni Indians 66-WIthered DOWN 1-Musical Instrument 2-Appellation of Athena. 8-Precipitation 4-Eiiin 5- Walk on 6 -Da mas e 7-Betrotlied S-Thc self S- Sound of a. ROUE 10-Witliout ond 11 -Facts 19 -Hurried 20-Tlmt which remains unpaid CpL) 23-Symbol for silver ; 24-Condwcted 25-CyprInoid ftfl^ 26-Alcobolio bovorago 27-Noiso 28-GJJrl's namfl 30-Dutch town 32-Bend back .IB-Music: B-flat JJ-Towaril the :l6-Bono of body Mlicltercd SS-Collect Kldo 39'rGIrl'g name [|lj^^ ui 40-Counlry of Asia 41-Revolry . 45-Horaldry: letter 41 21 35 44. 4S Distr. by United Feature Syndicate, .Inc. /g 30 Heoit Brings Halt To Safety Check Hot wcalher was, given ss the cause for the cancellation of safe- y clwck lanes in Ixjgansport Friday. In announcing the cancellation, Chief of Police Use Morris said it not only is difficult for uni-. formed men to corduct (he check under a blazing sun and in 90 degree temperatures, but the irritation to motorists caught in a long line is greater during ox- tremnly hot weather. The-: checks will be resumed I he first sf next week, the chief said. CLAY "After the Church Supper," a jlaylet, was presented at the Clay ownship Farm Bureau meeting ield at the Adamsboro Communi- y Building. Participants were: Theresa )ownhara, Doer Creek township, sabelie Roberson, Washington ownship; Catherine Burley, Jeferson township; Violet Emery, Bethlehem township; Winona Al>right, Noble township, and Edna >>nn, Clinton township. Sam Kilchell presided and led .he group of 30 members in sing' ng. Randy Kitchell gave the iledge to the flag and Nancy Kitchell gave a reading. Devotions were by the Reverend Herbert Gillen. Mothers Day gifts went to Mrs Daisy Browning and Mrs. Winona Albright. Refreshments were served.. Mr. and Mrs. Art Bassler and Mr. and Mrs. Walter Browning were named to the June commit tee. Wesleyan Methodist Church Has Revival Th<! Rev. William Degenkolh is the 'ivangelisl for a 10-day revival which opened Thursday night in the local Wesleyan Melh- odist church, according to (he Rev. W. Richard Way, pastor. The services are at 7: 3d p.m. 'A graduate of Marion college, the Rev. Mr. Degenkolb has teen an evangelist since he was six- ' toen. He served two years as paster of a Kokomo church. CUBAN REBELS ESCAPE MI4MI (UPI) - Six - hundred. inmates of, a Castro conce'ntralion eampi in Oriente Pi-ovince have rebelled and fled into tiio Sierra Maesitra to take up active warfare : against the {(overnment, the Cuban Institute for Democracy, an anti • Communist front, said Thursday. The institute said it got its information from the Cuban underground. WE " Ind. (UP)Ott Berry, 78, died of a heart seizure Thursday night about five minutes after he found his wife, Emma, 73, .dead apparently from an atlack of asthma. The Berrys came here three years ago from Wesfport. Our Best to Pattee on Their Open House in Timbercrest Addition We are happy to have done the excavating, bulldozing and lo have installed the septic tank. DWIGHT NEFF EXCAVATING AND BULLDOZING R. R. 1, Logansport Phone 3122 WHEN YOU ATTEND THE PATTEE Open House in, Timbercrest Addition We Invite Your Inspection of the Dry Wall by BOB NOBLE DRY WALL CONTRACTOR 618 Center Ave. Phone 6G013 A Fine New Home with Quality Products Throughout OPEN FOR YOUR INSPECTION THIS WEEKEND BY PATTEE The Finest Ready-Mix Concnfe Used iu This Home Furnished by Phone 3420 HEDDE 2 Miles West on U.S. 21

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