Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on May 27, 1962 · Page 8
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PAGE EIGHT THE PHAROS-TRIBUNE and LOGANSPORT PRESS, LOGANSPORT, INDIANA SUNDAY, MAY 27,1902 Jerilyn Jones Reigns As Queen Of '500' Festival MISS JERILYN JONES—1962 "500" FESTIVAL QUEEN FLORA—When 33 roaring race cars begin their 300 mile trip around the famous Indianapolis Speedway oval on Memorial Day, a native of Flora and student at Indiana University will see the climax come of her exciting reign as this year's "500 Festival Queen." And rest assured, the people of Flora will be just as excited as the queen reigns over the final day of race activities. The 1962 "500 Festival Queen" Why invest in a test? THE NORGE LAUNDRY CLEAN ING VILLAGE is the proven success in self-service drycleaning Alert businessmen investors all over America are earning remarkable profits right now in America's fastest growing new local business: Norge Self-Service Drycleaning. In fact, in just a little over a year more than 2000 Norge installations are operating in all fifty states. 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The brown-haired IU student is majoring in English and drama and is considering a career in radio or television. She is a sophomore at IU, but has ceased her studies until after the excit- ment of reigning over the "500" has ended. "IT ALL BEGAN for Miss Jones on April 24 when she joined 32 Hoosier girls, one representing each of the "500" mile race cars. Each girl was nominated by a Festival director and were judged by a panel.of thre'e men and two women. At a formal banquet held later, Miss Jones was' selected queen by another group of judges. Like most reigning monarchs, Miss Jones : also has a court of princesses, who will help her with her many activities. They include Suzy Abbott, Indianapolis; Carmen Bagwell, Greentown; Jonni Jann, Hartford City and Charlone Sarka, South Bend. Jerilyn the first queen to bear the title from outside of Indianapolis. MISS JONES, like the other 32 entrants .in the contest, has a sponsor. Her sponsor is Mrs. Frank MeKinncy, Indianapolis, president of the "500 Mile Festival." Mrs. McKinney is the first woman president of the Festival. Jerilyn graduated from' Flora high school in 1960 and entered Indiana University in September of that yeaV. Her keen interest in speech and theater had its'be- ginning in high school. She won speech awards galore in her junior and senior years. Her speaking ability has been a tremendous asset to; her in her role as' Queen of the "500" Festival. From speeches at various social functions to conversing with Speedway officials and drivers demands the utmost in conversational ability. AT'INDIANA University, Jerilyn is a member of Kappa Kappa Gamma sorority. Her activities on campus -keep her quite busy, and yet she manages a grade average'of 3.2 out of a'possible four. Last year, Jerilyn was elected Grand Charity of the Indiana Order of Rainbow for Girls. She has always been quite active in that organization. She is also a. member of the Psi Iota Xi sorority in Flora and of the Order of Eastern Star in Flora. Speedway officials always provide accommodations in Indiana- is for the "500" Queen, but this year Queen. Jerilyn elected '.o stay with Governor and Mrs. Mathew Welsh. Actually, Jerilyn is staying with the daughter of ;he Welshs', who is HI sorority ister at Indiana University. As Mrs. Jones slated, "when Jerilyn is staying with the Welsh family we can feel sure that she is in good hands and we don'l have to worry about her." Does the family of the "500' Mile Queen plan to attenci the race this year? They certainly do, and are now making .plans to watch Jerilyn as she reigns supreme over bhe exciting' activites always in evidence, on race day. One member of her family, her nine-yeor-old brother 'William, is more than excited over race day. The question is - is .he more excited over' 33 . speeding race cars or the fact that Ms sister reigns over the whole show? Perhaps that question vrill never be answered, 'but one i'hing is cectain, f the Jones family of Flora will be mighty proud folks come Memorial, Day, 1982. Peppy Pepper Club Entertains Mothers Thiiiy-fivi; member's, or the Peppy. Pepper 4H club entertained 27 mothers.. at a special Mother's Tea at the 4-H Community Center Friday night. .A prize for being the- oldest mother present was given to Mrs. Henry Rothermel and to Mrs. Sharon Gillen for being the youngest mother. Two special guests who attended, the tea were Miss Sandra Oakes and Mrs. Gillen. A musical program was presented by Connie Ingmire, Janel Jones, Susan Thomas and a' clarinet trio .consisting of Patti Fis. son, Jane Felker, and' Kay Beth Kline. • 1 . A short skit was given by Mary and Martha Rpminger. Cake and punch were served after a short business, meeting. Each guest was given a. miniature fan as an attendance award. Penny Kitchell welcomed the mothers and presided over the business session and the musical numbers were introduced by Rosemary Felker. The Gulden Years Dedicated To The Idea That Age 6 5 Is No Sin clubs. who had passed 65. VOLUNTEER JOBS - "For ;hose who can telephone, type, ;ew, write, cook, draw, wake speeches, paint, build shelves or baby-sit... volunteer (unpaid) jobs are waiting." DOLLARS AND SENSE-a listing of the agencies in the Bounty [hat can give advice and financial assistance. FRIENDS AND FUN-—a list ing of .organization composed of oldsters, including such names as The Best Years Club, The Jolly Elders, The Hickory Grove Golden Year Club, The Senior Fellowship Club and The Queen City Singers. A PLACE TO, LIVE-capsule descriptions of public housing pp jects in Charlotte where priority on all one-bed-room units is given to persons over 65 ... and of public, private and religious homes for older people. WE KEEP'ON LEARNING—a etc.,. . . are embarked on so many projects to help their fellow men ... many of these in services to. the oyer-65 group." Then t lists projects in the county in which oldei: people can take part. The attitude of the Mecklenburg community toward retired people s one of tile key segments of the sooklet; arid it is expressed by 3eorge- F! Verdone, M. D., of Charlotte: .."Chronological age has little to Four Cars Damaged In City Crashes Four automobiles were damaged, two of them extensively, and their' drivers escaped injury in,two traffic accidents 20 minutes apart Saturday morning. At 9:48 a.m. automobiles driven by Mrs. Helen Leininger, 38, of Tipton, and Donald .Wray, 33, of '120 Beal, collided at West Market and Cicott. Police said the accident was caused when Mrs. Leininger applied her brakes and slid on wet pavement into the intersection, striking the Wray automobile. At 10:09 a.m. automobiles driven by Robert Burgess, 23, of 524 Fitch st,, and Hillis Martin, 57, route 6, collided at Third and High. Police said the Burgess car was going, west on High and the Martin vehicle was traveling south on Third. The accident occurred as Martin attempted a left turn, police said. There were no arrests. FOR THE GRADUATE FOR FATHER'S DAY Only The Best Will Do ' See themi at TIMBERLAKE'S SHEAFFERS new x compact cartridge pen • For smooth, easy writing, there's no substitute for a tru« fountain pen. • New "see-thru" window shows Ink supply at all times. Never goes near an ink bottle! Loads likcarifliwith big Strip cartridge. $ Tull size when . you .Write... shorter, more convenient than other pens \vhcn closed. 10 Matching pencil, J4.95 Other'Sheaffer's $2.95 up Your name in/gold-letters free on each pen and pencil. Hundreds to choose from. AtSO A COMPLETE LINE OF PARKER' PENS & PENCILS AIIIBeautifulty Gift Wrapped for the occasion. ''Headquarters for Fino Fountain Pens and (Pencils" TIMBERLAKE'S GIFT SHOP "THE (STORE Of A (THOUSAND GlflTS" THE GOLDEN YEAES. By THOMAS COLLINS They seem.to have decided down in Mecklenburg, County, North Carolina, that retired: folks are people. Mecklenburg is where Charlotte is located, and they've organized there a "Committee on Aging" under the suspices of a public agency called Heart Services of Charlotte and Mecklenburg. Heart Services are headed up by a vivacious young .lady-with the' Dixie name of Marlbelle Scoggin. Mrs. Scoggin's group has published a booklet called "The Outlook for Oldsters in Mecklenburg." In it are these segments: . , AN AGE .MAP—showing where people.over 65 live in the county, io you can pick your best neighborhood. NEED A JOB?—a survey of job opportunities for older people which 'explains that good jobs aren't growing on trees, but that small companies 'and temporary assignments offer .some pros- oects, that there is no upper age imit on qualified persons who wish substitute teaching jobs, that ) per cent of companies answer- ng a survey on the subject said .hey would hire new employees survey of educational institutions where older people can learn everything' from arithmetic to auto mechanics. PROJECTS—"Never was there community in which so many civic, fraternal, patriot. do with a human being's capacity to contribute, though it is a handy, piece of information to have available when one is planning birlhday parties, voting for 1he firsij lime or applying for a driver's license. But except .for its value as a vital statistic, chronologic age is relatively meaningless. .. "Our goal should be the attainment of a healthy maturity in the later years, with emphasis on worthwhile and satisfying performance. Our aim should be to increase the function the efficiency of our senior citizens, rather than, just add to the minutes, hours, days and years of their live;:. "Few who reach retirement hav<! lived useless lives. .." The Mecklenburg booklet (which can be had as a public service for :25 cents from the Committee on Aging, 526 Charlottetown Mall, Charlotte, N. C.) reflects a -dedication to older people that is seldom found in this country, except in a few of the retirement communities in California and Florida. (COPYRIGHT 1962,' GENERAL FEATURES CORP.) DiploimWinmrs In County Rending The 1982 Summer Reading, pro gram ol: (he Cass-County Library began April 24th, The children of the twelve schools served by the County Library were allowed to read four books before the elose of school. Since the close of county schools len children and two adults have completed the required reading for a diploma. Terry Downham from the fourth grade at Deacon school lias reported on twenty books. Paula Herd of Ljcerne- was first and Peggy Martin of _ Noble Twp. school was second to report ten books read. Airs. Addine Conrad teacher at Deacon was the -first adult to report three non-fiction books. , Those who have finished ;ire Deacon School: Stanley Martin, Diane Martin, "Terry Bownham, Mrs. Addire Conrad. Lucerne: Bonnie HeriJ, Paula Herd, Sandra Sharp. New Waverly, Barbara Scherer, Noble Twp.: Bobbie McKaig, Peggy Martin, Pain Krcid- er, Mrs. Josn Haltcn. Bookmobile Routes for the wrick follow: Tuesday: Lake Cicott Station 10-12. Georgetown, 12:30-1:00. Clymers, 2:<IO-2:30. Thursday, Adamsboro .Station, New Waverly, 2:00-3:00. Ever combine fresh pineapple, bananas and orange juice for a fruit cup? Makes a refreshing dessert. 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