Six Logansport. Indiana, Pharos-Tribune Winamac School Graduation May23 WINAMAC— Lamoin Nice, • superintendent of the Monroe-Winamac school,'has announced the program for commencement to be held on Wednesday, May 23 at: the high school gymnasium. The program will begin at 8 p.m. The main address will be delivered by Dr. Alex ' Jardine, superintendent of the South Bend Schools, and is entitled: "Unless Someone Teach Me". Fifty-nine members of the class cf 1962 will receive their diplom as from Superintendent Nice. Principal Harry E. Cords will make the presentation of the graduating class. The program will being with the traditional "Pomp and Circum- Association Plans Room At Hospital MONTICELLO - The '. White County Mental Association recently voted to furnish a security room in the new addition to the White County Memorial Hospital. This room will assure that mental patients awaiting admission to a mental hospital would not be confined in jail. The fund drive goal is for $2,037 and the solicitation will be door-lo-door throughout the county- While county is affiliated with the Tippecanoe county Menta Health Clinic at Lafayette. Five ' counties support the clinic. Some 63 White county patients made use of the dink in Lafay ette last year. Harold Easterday,- of rural route 1, Wolcott, was arrested Frjday night, May 18th, by Chief Deputy LeRoy Farney, 'on a charge o.' disorderly conduct. Sheriff Charles G. Miller Fri day morning arrested Robert Lee Kelly on a charge of malicious trespass. He is being .held in jail Larry Don Keesling, 20, of Chat mers, was arrested on three count early Saturday morning, and appeared in City Court Salurdaj morning where he was found guil ty on all three charges. The fines along with the charges, were: II legal possession of alcohol, $5 anc costs; driving an unsafe vehicle $25 and costs; resisting an officer $1 and costs; ten days in jail, sen tence suspended. Ralph Dennis Hoover, Monti cello 1961 graduate, and son o Mr. and Mrs. Frank L. Hoover o 629 West Broadway, was awardct the Henry J. Reid Memoria award. •It was presented to him at th Achievement night program hel at Staggs Gymnasium F r i d a; evening, May 18th, by James Bee el,l a former teacher, who now i principal at the Valparaiso schoo Five More File Expense Reports Five more candidates filed the expense statements Monday wit County Clerk Clarence Settlemyri John W. Conn, candidate fo commissioner, reported ' expense of $369.74. in' the Cass primary Allen Shafer, candidate for join state representative of Cass an Carroll counties, reported $130.1 expenses; Lester Martin spen $12.60 for Clay township trustee and Darrell Thompson, Candida for Jackson township trustee, an Robert ' Bridenbaugh, Candida for Eel townshp advisory boar reported no expenses. Read the Want Ads! .followed by Invocation be given by the Reverend R. Berkey, pastor of l-he Winamac iristian Church. Music will be ' the high school band and 101'US. One of the highlights of the f ening will be the announcement the Marshall and'Lola Carper holarship and the Katherine L. rown. scholarship by Gerald hank, cashier of the First Union ank and Trust company, trustee Bank president, will' make the the funds, alph Homer, ward. Robert Alexander, president of ie Winamac Junior Chamber\of ommerce will announce the warding of the Winamac Jaycee cholarship. Recently adopted to e an annual presentation by the cal J. C. group, the scholarship designed to aid a worthy stud' nt who has grades of such a dlure as to indicate the ability i handle work of a college vel, but who would be unable i attend a place of higher learn- ig without financial aid. The J.C ward, it was pointed out, is not ase'd entirely on h;gh scholastic anding, but on monetary need > well. The Reverend W. S. Muir, astor of the Church of the Naza- ene, will deliver the benediction. The Recessional will take place ., the rendering of "Onward hristian Soldiers" by the Win- mac High School Band. It has een requested that the audiertte emain seated until after recess seventy-third graduating onal. The lass of the Winamac high schoo chosen for its class colors qua blue and white; the pink ose as the class flower, and the .hrase: "Knowledge Crowns, 'hose Who Seek Her" for its motto. PERU- Appoint Cass Resident to Bank Position PERU—George Kahl of rural route 1, Logansport,' has been ap- joiiited to serve as Controller for :he First Federal Savings and Association here, according ,o an announcement made -Monday by W, H. -Alms, executive vice president. Kahl will he.ad the savings and accounting division. " Kahl's position is.a newly created one at the Peru bank. Kahl is a graduate of the Ferris Institute, Big Ranids, Mich., where he received five years of college train- ins. He also has five years of military training. His business experience includes three years with the National Bank of- Logansport; one year with the First National Bank of Kokomo; three years service as National Bank Examiner and for the past seven years he has served as an examiner for the Federal Home Loan Bank Board. Kahl's wife, Roberta, is a teacher in the Cuss County School sys tern/ He has two sons, Joe, age 12 and Mcliael, age ten. Wiiis Fellowship Mrs. Herman Zeigler, 63 West Sixth St., has accepted the offer of a Lilly Fellowship in American History. Mrs. Zeigler is.his- tory instructor in. Peru High School, Each Lilly Fellowship carries a stipend of $1,000; one-third o. which is available during the initial' summer ot study. Lilly Fellowships are automatically renewable for two additional summers for all Fellows who continue' to meet the conditions on which their awards were grant ed. All Fellows will be assigned to either the first or second semest er of the Studies in American Tuesday Evening, May 22, 1962 Latin Club Banquet At LHS "From, Eggs to Apples" was the theme of the annual Latin club banquet Monday evening at the Logansport high school cafeteria. Consul Janet McDonald greeted guests and Mary Pat Brandt said i*race in Latin. Doug Morton oil- served the custom of offering sail and meal to the household gods. The menu for the three-course Latin, violin dinner Wayne solo. was printed in Hopper played a A COUPLE OF BEAUTIES—When predecessor Donna Ray, left, crowned new Miss PaciJica, Virginia Schloegel in Pacifica, Calif., both girls decided to pull a switch from the usual, crying and fainting exhibitions of new beauty queens— with the photo above as a result. Actually, both girls are pretty, winsome lasses. (UPI Unifax.) Tony Vesh, David Simpson and Wayne -Hopper presented a humorous . skit based on events in Roman history with proper sound effects. The skit was entitled "A Trip through Roman History." Three contests, entitled "Di Im- mortales", were conducted in a "College Bowl" fashion with the Michigan Stale "Spartans" vying ilh the Southern California "Tro,ns." Diana Jones conducted the con- est of matching Greek and Roan gods with their symbols, Sharon Harvey's contest required matching the gods with their part ers. Local Vets Hear Murray Judge Jack Murray of the Starke circuit court; Knox, Demo- -ratic candidate for congress, was he principal speaker at the meet- ng of Cass county barracks 1400, Veterans of World War 1, Monlay evening in Memorial home. Judge Murray discussed veter- ns' legislation. It was announced thai Harry .'ope, local commander, was elected, district vice-commander at the second district election Vlay 6 at Winamac. Commander Pope also reported on Indiana Day at the State Soldiers Home, Lafayette, which was attended by a large delegation rorn the local barracks. Monroe Stevens was inducted .nlo the organization and plans were made for participation in .he local Memorial day parade. Court of Honor Conducted for Lake Cicott Scouts A court of honor for Boy Scouts of Troop 47, Lake Cicott, was conducted Sunday evening at the Lake Cicott Methodist church. Attending were 34 Scouts and 100 parents. Mike Beckley received his Life award in a presentation by troop commitleeman Robert Beckley. Star awards were presented by assistant Scoutmaster Paul Klepinger to Ted Klepinger, Fred Klepinger, Richard Hershberger, Wednesday New officers and board mem- suing session. City Court Three persona were city court They were fined in Bible Contest Courtney Justice, son of Mr. and Mrs. John Justice, rural route 2, has won third place in Ihe Mills Memorial Bible contest at Wabash college. Justice,' a .Logansport high History for Teachers for the en-j Jay Risser, Bill Scales, and Rich a rd Weaver. RECIPIENTS of Life and Star wards pinned miniature badges on their mothers. Carl Million, committeeman, >resenled First Class badges to Jill Jacoby and Richard McClos- tey. A Second .Class badge was awarded to Herb DePoy. Receiving Tenderfoot badges ere John Yocum, Jeff Penny, Virgil. Taylor, Ted Taylor, Chuck Swift, John Helvie and Steve Zie- der. The .presentation was made )y Scoutmaster Don Wells. Russell Straw and Virgil Myers jresented merit badges to the folowing: Mike Klepinger, Free Wells,'Mike Gray, Edwin Million: Robert Ward, Richard Blackket- ,er, Bill Scales, Ted Klepinger Fred Klepinger, Ronnie Summers Richard Weaver, Jay Risser, John Schnepp, Mike Beckley, Virgi Myers, Tom Hershberger, Rober Martin, Bill Lucy, Richard, Me Closkey, and Mickey Berkshire. A CAMPING award was pre sented lo Mike Klepinger, senior patrol leader, by Jack Regan Robert Ward, Mike Beckley, Jim Klepinger and Mike Klepinge were awarded Polar Bear patches Clayton Conn, district organiza tion and extension chairman, pre sented the troop's charter to Vir gil Myers, institutional representa live. Monday afternoon. Calvin Dutenhaver, 17, Peru, $40 and 'a ten day jail sentence for public intoxication and disorderly conduct; H. L. Lawson, 32, 1059 W. First. St.;. $10 and costs for public intoxication and a six months suspended penal farm sentence and Alvin Wade, 65, Fort Wayne, $20 and costs for reckless driving and his driver's license suspended for six months. Two persons entered pleas of not guilty 'and their cases were set for trial. They were Joseph Lockhart, 32, of Mexico, charged with embezzelment, whose trial was set for June 11; and George Howell, Jr., 18, 116 Monroe, cited for disorderly conduct and assault and battery. His trial will be held Friday. The case'of Harold Slern, Bunker Hill AFB, was continued to next Monday. Find Body of Young Woman J-BFFBRSONVILLE, Ind. (UPI) —The nude body of a woman found near here Monday was identified today as -that of Julia Daw son, 22, Louisville, Ky., who hac been reported missing about a week. Mp^t Make Plans for IVieei A f r ican Violet Show in Peru PERU—The fourth annual African Violet show of the Peru Club •erg at the Cass County Associa- w ill be held in the GAR room for Mental Health will be O f ih e Miami, courthouse on May elected at the annual membership meeting at 7:30 p.m. Wednesday in the YWCA annex. A pianel discussion of actual mental health problems in Cass county which have been brought :o the attention of the panel members will be the program high- ight. Participants in the discussion ill be the Rev. Raymond Skel-| on, Cass probation officer; Dr. Donald Winter, physician; Donald Jrain, attendance officer; Prose-: cutor Earl Palmer, and Mrs. Wit- Hile, executive director of the' Association. Don Freehafer will be moderator. A film on ''Community Mental Health" will be shown. Mrs. Le- .and Smith, chairman of the education committee, will preside. Refreshments will be served at :he dose of the program, which is opon to'lhe public. 25 and 26. Doors will be open to the public on Friday at 2 p.m. and re 1 ,' main open until 9 p.m.'They will! be open on Saturday from 1( a.m. to 5-p.m. The theme of the show this year is, "Serenade of Violets.." Officers of the Peru club in ude Mrs. Harold Roth, presi nt, Mrs. John Parkman, show airman and Mrs. Ralph Spang r, publicity. Violets will be on sale on Fri iy and Saturday. Grand Jury to Check Shortage JEI'FERSONVILLE, I»d. (UPI) —A grand jury was scheduled to meet today to begin a study of reporls from the State Board of Accounts that a $58,497 cash shortage (ixisted- at the Clark County Memo-rial Hospital. The jury was summoned after the state board issued a report covering a SS^month period between 1957 and 1961. Among those called io testify were two field examiners for the -board who conducted the audit and 4wo Indiana State Police de tectives ' who investigated the hospital at the request of Prosecu tor 'Howard J. Sn-yder. school graduate, is a junior at Wabash and is studying this semester at American, University, Washington, D.C; The contest was based on. an examination taken on the English Bible. According to a, recent survey, 86.4% of the' households in continental U.S. read at least one newspaper on an average weekday; 80.4% buy and'read at least one paper each day, and another 69o read one or more papers on a pass-along basis. 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They want to put their 75,000 member-customers in debt to Uncle Sam for $60,22^000 in a 35-yesir deal to finance the construction of an electric generation add transmission system to serve^hemselves. _ * Even though this would only duplicate the existing investor-owned electric company facilities already serving them at low rates, they're willing to lose local control! of their V affairs and willing to waste taxpayers'dollars, now so sorely • needed for defense, to accomplish their purpose. f >„. ELECTRIC COMPANIES O Fl INDIANA Indiana & Michigan Electric Company Indianapolis Power g light Company • Northern Indiana-Public Service Company Public Service Company of Indiana, Inc. • Southern Indiana Gas and Elfctric Company Investor-Owned Electric Light and Power Company Grange News DEACON Members of Deacon Grangi ill meet at 8 p.m. Wednesday a e Grange Hall. Mrs. Bertha Burk will li large of memorial services anc •rs. Gladys Jump will give tl) cture. A National Grange film n "Meat" will be shown. MANGLED TO DEATH HAMMOND, Ind. (<UPI)-Dermi radley, 26, Griffith, was kilie nd his body mangled Monda ight when his trousers caught i ie moving parts of an automat: riller. Bradley's body was found spin- ing around in the machinery at \llied> structural Steel Co. whore e worked. Picking Jury far Lesliie Irvin'S Trial SULLIVAN, Ind. (UPI)-AUor- neys loday resumed the tedious chore of selecting a. jury, for ilia second murder trial of Leslie Irvin, 38, whose conviction in his first trial was set aside by the Xl.S. Sjpreme Court last June. Seven jurors were sealed Monday fjr the new trial for the Evans wile pipefitter who was convicted Dec. 20, 1955, for the first- degree! murder of Wesley Kerr, 29, who was shot to death during the robbery of an Evansville service station Dec. 23, 1954. The original conviction was in Gibson Circuit Court: at Princeton. The current trial is being held in SullivE,n Circuit Caul where it was s«mt in order I-D give Irvin a fair trail as directed by the U.S. Supreme Court. Daughter Contests Homer Wood Will Mrs. Ella Cruise, the daughlcr, is the plaintiff in si suit contesting the will of this late .Home; Wood in the Cass circuit court. The sut against Bessie Wood, niece of the deceased by mar- ringe, alleges thai the will naming her principal heir was executed unler duress arid undue influence. Wood died last Dec. 3 at Mary Frances Vesh played re- (he a of 72 R . j\f. Rhodes is ordings of popular songs and, the a) ( ornev f or ( ne plaintiff. ailed for the name of the classi-, : : -— al deity suggested by each song.' Stephen Doaver was the referee, : judge of the contests and warded ivy crowns to the win-' iing teams. Committees in charge of the pro;ram were as follows: Tables—John Moritz and Doug Wisely. Favors consisting of scrolls con- aining the menu in Latin—Connie Valson and Ellen Donnelly. "Slave girls" who served Ihe ood were: Susan Schwartz, Darene Malott, Janet Walls, Cheryl 3randl, Bonnie Slrauch, Mary Elen Luxem, Barbara Deegan, Conlie Watson, Ellen Donnelly, Pat 'arson, Susan Becker, Karen Swisher and Nancy White. Guests were Miss Marlene Kies- ing and Richard Willbanks of the igh school faculty. Miss Gertrude fohnson is the club sponsor. Set Appropriation Hearing Thursday The Stale Board of Commissioners will conduct a hearing at 9 a.m. Thursday on additional ap- vopriations and transfers ol funds tolalmg $22,171.02 for Cass county. The appropriations were approved by the county council on May 10. 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