Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on May 20, 1962 · Page 3
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SUNDAY, MAY 20,1962 THE PHAROS-TRIBUNE and LOGANSPORT PRESS, INDIANA TV- P, PAGE THREE Charles E. Rupe, 84, Retried City Butcher, Dies, Rites Monday Funeral rites will be conducted at 1:30 p.m. Monday 'at the Fisher funeral home for Charles Edward "Ed" Rupe, 84, of 808 Sherman St.. Dr. B. F. Smith will officiate and '-burial will be in St. John's cemetery. Rupe, a retired butcher, died al 8:35 p.m. Friday at St. Joseph's hospital following a lingering illness. He was bom in White county'on Nov. 27; 1877, the son of Jacob and Mary Ann Wintermantle Rupe. His marriage .was to Adlie Huffman and she died Nov. 30 1951. Survivors include a son, Martin R30 Biddle; three daughters, Mrs Ethel LaBounty, 808 Sherman- Mrs. Nora Elzbeck. 717 Biddle and Mrs. Gertrude Million, 101 E Main; a brother, Nelson Rupe rural route 5, city; 13 grandchild ren and 22 great-grandchildren. A son and a daughter preceded hirr in i death. Friends may call at the funera home. Final Services Monday For William Q. Porter Funeral services will be hel< at ,10 a.m. Monday at the Kroegei funeral home for William Q. Por ter,,66, a native of Logansporl Rev. Raymond Skelton will ol ficiate and burial will be in Ml Hope cemetery. Porter died Wednesday in San Pedro, Calif. He was a retiree merchant marine. . Born in Logansport op April 24 189B, he was the son of Dan am' Bertha Barnes Porter. Survivors include two aunts Mrs. Quincy Porter, 200 W. Miam and Mrs. W. W. Hackett, Sa Bernardino, Calif, and severa cousins. Friends may call at the funera home. Realtor Week Being Celebrated In City The Logansport Board of Real tors will observe the annua Realtor Week, beginning toda; and ending Saturday, according t an announcement from Pre Smith, president of the loca board. . Douglas Martin has been namec chairman of • the committee charge of arrangements. Martin, secretary' ot the boarc said the 15 local board member will join with realtors acros the nation in the celebration which is being held in conjunction with the 100th anniversary o the Homestead Act. • This legislation made availabl millions of acres of public lam to private ownership and settle ment. SET INFANT RITES Arlene Cory, infant daughter o Vernon and Edna Pudvis Cory, o rural route 5, Logansport, died a 8:15 a.m. Saturday at St. Joseph' hospital. She was bom Nov. 4, 1861 i Kokomo. Survivors include her parents a brother, Jeffery Layne and sister, Cheryal Darlene, both home; her grandparents, Mr. an Mrs. Olan Cory, paternal grea grandmother, Mrs. Luella Cor} San Jose, Calif, and her materna great-grandparents, Mr. and Mrs Jack Hiles, Tularosa, N. Mex. Funeral services will be hel at 10 a.m. Monday at the Fishe funeral home with Rev. Herber Gillen officiating. Burial will b in Spring Creek cemetery. Friends may call at the funera home. Coin Collection On Display Here A coin collection, valued $3,000, is being displayed in th window of Bailey's store, 427 E Broadway. The collection owned by Marion Watson, secre tary-treasurer of the local Coi cluub arid first vice-president o the state organization. Included in the collection are a $5 1912 gold piece in a com plete set of gold pieces; a nev set of 1912 coins; and the fin set of $1 centennial bills to b compelled 'in the state. Watson' coin collection last week wa judgedt best in the- state by th state club. The collection is being show in connection with the store's 50t anniversary, Now . . Blessed Relict From ARTHRITIS Without Drugs or Surgery If you act promptly, an amazin illustrated new FREE book tha may change your whole life will be rushed to you by return mail. Send for it today—and discove why drugs give you only tempor ary relief. 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Miami Ave., arrested May 13 for reckless driving by Deputy Sheriff Robert Sabatini, paid a fine of $1 and costs. OPPOSES TAX PLAN WASHINGTON (AP) r - Chairman Harry F." Byrd, D-Va., 'ol the Senate Finance Committee announced , Saturday his 'opposition to President Kennedy's plan for a. tax withholding system; on dividends and interest.- 'Boy With a Cart' Show Here May 27 The. Bishop's Company of Santa Barbara, Calif., will present Christopher Fry's "The- 1 Boy With a Cart" on Sunday, May v 27, 7:30 p.m., at Calvary .Presbyterian Church. This unique' repertory company is now in its 9th year of touring from coast to coast. Written by the celebrated -author of "The Firstborn" and "The Lady.'s Not For Burning", this play is serious in the extreme and yet plays with the special brand of -Fry' humor that has made him a Broadway favorite. No stage settling will be used, for the unique presentation of "The Boy With a Cart", but both the actors and the audience will visualize a pleasant meadow in the south of England as the play is presented in the church's chancel. FOUNDED IN 1952 by Phyllis Beribow Beardsley, The Bishop's Company has toured over 700,000 miles playing in 49 states Bind Canada. It has appeared as part of the official visitor's program of the Second Assembly of the World Council of Churches at Evanston; at Yale Divinity Schopl; Princeton Theological Seminary; Rutgers University; Wittenbiirg College; and many other colleges and universities. , ; The Bishop's Company is inljer- .racial'and inter-faith. It is aniin- dependent organization named! in honor of' Bishop Gerald H. Klen- nedy. 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