Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on May 20, 1962 · Page 8
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PAGE EIGHT THE PHAROS-TRIBUNE and LOGANSPORT PRESS, LOGAftSPORT. INDIANA Peru Teacher's Hobby Rings The Bell */ • €~J • • • • SUNDAY, MAY 20,1918 BELLS—Miss Elizabeth Ridcnour, who has been collecting bells for the past ten years, rearranges some of her smaller bells in her living room. On the bottom shelf are several silver bells, on Che second shelf are glass and crystal bells are located above them. Miss Ridenour lias 163 bells. (Staff Photo) PERU—Ten years ago a Peru school teacher wanted a hobby that was different. She found it and has been collecting bells ever since.- Miss Elizabeth Ridenour, a mathematics teacher at Peru high school since 1945, said "I felt: that I should be collecting something and decided on bells." • She, bought her first bell in a little gift shop and since that time she has acquired 163, buying a small, bell just- a few days ago. When Miss Ridenour started the collection she though they would be such an odd item to collect that riot too many people would be collecting them. She later found that- there was a national organization of bell collectors of which she;is now a member. This organization has over 800 members, which includes members in England and Canada. There are over 20 members in Indiana. When you walk into Miss Ride- flour's horqe the first thing that will! greet you will be a bell hanging to the left .of the outside door. On entering the house, there is a shpl f nri fie left, above the davenport containing small silver bells and a few glass bells. To the right of the room is a floor type nick nack stand that contains old-fashioned school bells. In a bookcase in the back of the room are approximately 30 to 40 bells of different shapes and sizes. Miss Ridenour has collected bells from almost every state and has several bells from foreign countries sent to her by friends. One of her favorite bells is the elephant bell. She said this is one of the nicest because it has a wonderful tone to it. The elephant bell, according to Miss Ridenour, is a bell that is- placed around an elephant's body. She also has goat bells, camel jells, sleigh bells and cow bells. She has received bells from Holland, Norway, Spain, Italy, >Jew Zealand, Thailand, Japan, England, France and Germany. She has a Japanese wind bell :hat was given to her by a Japanese student who was staying in Peru a few years ago. When ;he student left she sent Miss Ridenour the - bell. One of the oldest bells that she has was recently given in her by the superintendent of the Peru hospital. The bell looks as though it was one of- the religious type. According to. Miss Ridenour it was found in the attic of the old Wabash Railroad hospital and, at one time, around 1892 to 1895, several Catholic nuns worked in this hospital. While in Chicago a few years ago, Miss Ridenour visited Chinatown. While there she couldn't resist the temptation to buy a bell. A few months later a friend of hers went to San Francisco, while -there she decided to buy Miss Ridenour a bell. When Miss •Ridenour received the bell it was an exact replica of the one she bought in Chicago. Miss Ridehour has bells from one inch tall to several inches high. Her biggest is a large dinner bell that she plans to hang in her yard. The smallest bell was once used as part of a watch fob. While attending a bell association in Mexico she bought a bell that was hand made out of lava rock. She also 'collects records' 1 of bells, slides of jamous bells and slides of how bells: are" made. She uses these different items in talks', that she gives. In the past few 'years she has given talks at Kiwanis clubs, University groups and church groups. Raymond L. McGuire, Carroll Co. Native, Succumbs In Wabash WABASH—Raymond L. McGuire, 49, of Wabash, an inspector at the Fisher Body Plant in Marion, died at 4:45 p.m. Friday at^the Wabash County Hospital following a.n illness of a year. Born at Clymers on May 1, 1913, he was the son of George and Hulda'h Farmer McGuire. Survivors include his parents, of rural route 1, Camden; his widow, Velraa; a step-daughter, Margaret Jo "Badgett, at'home; a sister, Mrs. Robert Hughes, rural route 1, Camdtm; a brother, Chester McGuire, S'tevensonville, Mich, and his maternal grandmother, Mrs. Martha Shuey, of Camden. Funeral services will be held at 2 p.m. Tuesday at the Wier and Nicely funeral home in Wa- .bash. Burial will be in the Lagro, Ind. cemetery. , Fj-iends may ( call at the funeral home. Final Riles Monday For Mrs, Mary Yager Funeral services will be held at 9:30 a.m. Monday at St. Leo's church in Chicago for Mrs. Mary M. Handler Yager, 88, a former resident of Logansport. Mrs. Yager-died Friday at her home i Chicago. She was the widow of Josep Yager and is survived by tw daughters, Mrs. Lena G. Ministe and Edith Yager; a son, John J. seven grandchildren; seven greai grandchildren and a brother, Wi liam Kandler. BOOKMOBILE ROUTE The Cass county Bookmobil will begin making summer route starting next week. The schedul includes: Tuesday, Young America Sta tion and Deacon Store; Wednes day, Lucerne 9 a.m. to 11 a.m. Lincoln, 1 p.m. to 2 p.m.; Calves ton Branch. Thursday, Metea, 9 a.m. to a.m.; Twelve Mile Station, Hoo yer, 1 p.m. to 1:30 p.m. Miss Hidenour is also active in church work and is a member of the Miithodist church in Peru. She is a.', member of the Delta Kappa Gamma society and active in IJastern Star. Miss Ridenour has a book in her home that has a list of the members of the National Bell Collected organization. Some of (he names have little stars next to them. These are the people that enjoy having people visit them to see their colli?.ction. Miss Ridenour -has, one of these stars by her name., Good Housekeeping GOLD STAR GAS RANGES GOOD HOUSEKEEPING GUARANTY You COM buy with confidence when you buy a G AS- RANGE! CjF/\.iS Company NORTHERN INDIANA PUBLIC SERVICE COMPANY Musical Interlude Answer to Previous. Puzzle ACS,OSS 1 Musical symbol 5 Musical measure 8 Trumpet 12 Rant 13 Falsehood 14 Medley 15 Baking chamber 23 Primates 18 Wile 24 Direction .25 Awry 26 Containers 27 Ireland 28 High wind 7 Soak flax 8 Shelter fl Spanish jar 10 Tumult 11 Memorandum 19 Finale 20 Vended 22 Chinese group 17 Narrow cut . 18 Strays . 20 Condition '21 Mariner's direction 22 Kind cf dance 23 Medal 26'Educational institution- 30 Wooden , fastemjrs 31 Beach . 32 Operated 33 Compass point 34 Made itiusic 35 Greek athlete 36 Russian plains 38 Heredity units 3!) 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