Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on May 27, 1962 · Page 32
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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 32

Logansport, Indiana
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Sunday, May 27, 1962
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PAGE THIRTY-TWO THE PHAROS-TRIBUNE and LOGANSPORT PRESS, LOGANSPORT, INDIANA SUNDAY, MAY 27,1962 CUB SCOUT NEWS .WALTON—Awards wtere presented by Lee Curtis, cub master at- the monthly Cub Scout meeting , of Walton 332 at the Legion hcjme. •Wolf badges went to Bradley Trader and Gfiry Mays. Receiving gold arrow.under wolf were; Brad&y Trader, Paul Mullins, Ricky Ely,., Mike Hilton; Larry Lijcy, Max Sprinkle,) and Greg TJlerick. Silver arrow under wolf ;' In Memory of- Russell O'Toole who passed a\yay 10 years ago, May 28,. 1852: 'Til memories fade and life departs, you're always in my heart. —Pat. ,' Card of Thanks JVe wish to thank pur many friends, neighbors, St. Joseph Hospital staff, Dr. Morrical, Dr. Rev. Smith, Fisher Funeral Home for their many kirdnesses shown us at the death of our father and brother. '•'"• Mr. Martin Rupe -.' Mrs. Ethel LaBounty Mrs. Nora Elzbeck <•• Mrs. Gertrude.Million I••* Mr. Nelson Rupe - Thank You 1 wish to express my sincere thanks and appreciation to all who visited me, especially those who sent flowers,' gifts and cards, during my recent stay in Memorial hospital, and since coming home. Special thanks to Dr. Morrical, Dr. Bailey and Hospital Staff.' Kathryn Lane went to: Larry Lucy, Paul Mullins, Max Sprinkle, Mike Leazenby. Two silver arrows under wolf went to Morris Laymon and Greg Ulerick. Bear badges; went to Bobby Cart arid Kelly Wendling. Gold arrow under bear to Kelly Wendling and Bobby Dickison. Silver arrow under bear to Mike Williamson, Mike Earner, Bobby Price and John Hoffman; lion badge, Frank Working; Gleri Hiatt, silver arrow under lion; Glen Hiatt, Webelos badge. Curtis announced the success of the Kite Derby, and that $23.43 was cleared on the pop bottle drive. Five of the dens won awards at the Scout-0-Rama and the following boys received Scout- 0-Rama badges: Larry Lucy, Bobby Price, John Hoffman, Bobby Winters, Morris Laymon, Mike Williamson, Mike Leazenby, Paul Mullins, Max Sprinkle arid Frank Working. ' ' Two films were shown and Den mothers reported on their den activities of the past month. Cubs are to march in the Memorial Day parade. JACOBY ON BRIDGE ADD POY AND LANE BUFFALO, N.Y, ' (AP)—Quarterback Bobby Poy and end Bobby Lane, both from Baylor, were added Saturday to the roster of the West squad for the second annual All-America Bowl football game here June 29. Also named to the West team was Max Christian, a center from Southern Methodist. EAST ASKS FOR ANOTHER SUIT This week's.series will be albout defensive problems, so I am going to skip over the bidding of today's hands except to point out that East would have made three hearts if'he had been allowed to play that contract. West opened the king of hearts and East carefully played the deuce. He wanted his partner to shift and the obvious move would be to a diamond. If West,had played the ace and another diamond, East would have ruffed, put West in with another heart, ruffed a third diamond and waited to see if South was smart enough to pick up the king of trumps which would have been unguarded by that time. It would not matter too much. South would have been down one before he got into the lead. However, West disregarded his partner's deuce 1 and proceeded to cash the ace of hearts before looking around for new, worlds to!conquer. Then West led a low diamond. South took East's jack with his queen and lost a trump finesse, but now East could not get his partner back in the lead. He led a club whereupon South pulled trumps, conceded a trick to the ace of diamonds and made his hopeless contract. Boarding Kennel C lippi n g—iBath i n g Boarding GLADYS 0. MONEY 3516 Hy. 24 E. Ph. 3639 Card of Thanks We wish to thank all the wonderful people who were so kind and considerate during the loss of our loved one, Kenneth Tilton. Your kindness will always be remembered. —Mrs. Kenneth Tilton and son, Mr. and Mrs. Chauncey Tilton, Mr. and Mrs. Don Tilton and daughter. WEST A 8 *2 VAK108 + A765 #103 NORTH <D) 28 AA78 V54 + K1083 + KQ95 EAST AK53 VQJ972 * J 48842 SOUTH AQJ109 ¥63 + Q942 + AJ7 No one vulnerable North East South West 1 * Pass 1A ' Double 2 A 3V 3* Pass Pass Pass Opening lead—V 1C Thank You I wish to thank the staff of the Memorial Hospital, Dr. Viney, and the McCloskey-Hamilton-Kahle Funeral Home for their ambulance services also my friends and relatives for the lovely flowers .and cards sent ine, and for their kindness and help given to my family during my recent: illness. Your thoughtfulness shall always be remembered. 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