Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on May 31, 1962 · Page 8
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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 8

Logansport, Indiana
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Thursday, May 31, 1962
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•Eight Logahsport, Indiana Pharos-Tribune Thursday Evening, May 31, 1962. Pick 4-H Delegates To Meeting .' MONTICELLO - Twenty-two • ..members of White county 4-H Clubs have been selected as dele, gates to the annual 4-H Club . Round-Up to be held at Purdue , from, June 5 through June 7. Ex- .penses for the delegates, who , were selected on an achievement basis, will be paid by the White . ^County Agricultural Association. '. The delegates are: Big Creek, "Steve Schroeder, Claire Shenk, •Cheri Hettmansperger; Cass, Mike ; 'Cosgray and Marilyn Moss; Honey "Creek, Dean Cook and Rayetta '-Dunker; Jackson, Gary Carr and •• TMarcia Parsons; Liberty, 'Dean DuVall and Delilah Westerhouse; •Lincoln, Gwen Godlove; Monon, ; Mickey Culp and Dottie Kesler; ••Prairie, Norma Barrett; Prince•-ton, Ron Musser, Mary Jane •'Forbes, and.Marsha Hall. Round Grove, Barbara Weisen' -berger; Union, Dan Burke, Kuth Kilmer, and Kay Burke. ' White County will receive a sil- "ver award during the Round-Up, a special recognition for having "an outstanding 4-H Club Program •during 1961. "James P. Benjamin, son of Mr. and Mrs. Grover Benjamin, Yeoman First Class in the Navy, served with the staff- of Commander Carrier Division 16, participated in the recovery of the ."Aurora 7" space craft which -'carried Navy Lt. Cdr. Malcolm Scott Carpenter on his three-orbit flight. White county commissioners Wayne Shoop, Dean Miller, and Harold Alkire, along with officials from eleven other counties, .'will attend an area road meeting in two separate one-day sessions a,t the Purdue Memorial Center, .May 31 and June 1, to review bridge programs and cost record procedures.' Announcement has been made of the marriage ,of Richard T. Hardesty, son of Mr. and Mrs. Herman Hardesty of Monticello, to . Miss Bebette Cazelais, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Cazelais of Westville. Indiana, on April . "27th. , '. After an extended trip along the West Coast and in Mexico, they will return to Indiana University where both will resume their careers of teaching and journalism. COURT NOTES Trial in the case of Robert Chilcott vs. Mary Chilcott is as' higned for June 1st. Charles D. Boomershine has en tered appearances for two defendants in divorce suits. The defend ants are James Larmon Longest and Charloitte S. Alexander. State of Indiana vs. Robert Hardesty, charged with driving while under the influence of intoxicating liquor was sentenced in White county court Tuesday. He was fined . $50 and costs, amounting to $70.90 and sentenced to Indiana Slate Farm for a period of six months. His sentence was suspended on condition he pay fine and costs. The court recommended that the defendant be prohibited from driving for a period of one year. The State of Indiana filed suit against Richard Norris on a charge of public intoxication. Robert E. Million was the reputy prosecuting attorney. Norris plead" ed guilty in court Tuesday and was fined $35 and costs, amounting to $55.90. ' David Conrad Titus, 26, rural route 1, Battleground, and Sara Ann Smalley, 20; Brookston, friec an application for a marriag license Tuesday in the White County Clerk's office. Quotes in the News CReg. U.S. Pat. Off.) By United Press International :MOSCOW — Soviet Premier Nikita S. Khrushchev, upon leaving the Benny Goodman jazz concert: "1 don't understand jazz, but I enjoyed the concert." SAN FRANCISCO - Miguel Tejatla, consul general of the Do minican Republic, commenting on the first anniversary of the death of dictator Gen. Rafael Trujillo : "It is a pity that the death of a man is reason for his country men to rejoice.. .It might .even seem sadistic, were it not for the fact that the extermination of Trujillo . also put an end to a reign of terror that lasted 32 years..." MIAMI — The Miami Herald, in an editorial comment on Presi. dent Kennedy's cancellation of his subscription to the New York Herald Tribune: . . "All that has happened to the Herald Tribune is to get bannec •at 1600 Pennsylvania Ave'., or so to -speak, in Boston." STELL GET SIGNALS BOCHUM, Germany (UPI) ' — Heinz Kam'inski, director, of the observatory here, said his moni tors still were hearing signals on Wednesday from Russia's Cosmos V earth satellite. But he said other signals on a Russian space frequency that were picked up on Tuesday were no longer being feud. You Get Quality and Beauty at a Savin Buy all 3 room* or each room Separately Open Mon., Tiies., Thur., Sat. 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Wednesday 9 a.m. 'til Noon Friday 9 'a.m. to 9 p.m. Open evenings by appointment A value is a value, regardless of styling. We are featuring 3-Room Groups this week . . , Early American, Danish Modern, and Modem. They are values because they measure up to FOSTER'S standards of material, workmanship, and, most importantly, price. Shown are only three of the many different groups that you can choose from. These 3-Room Groups are, in every sense, true, big. FOSTER values th'at will save you money. Come in today and see for yourself, . .we're sure you'll find a group to please you, no matter,what your preference . . . and at a much lower price than you would expect to pay. Your Choice of the 3 most Popular Styles Modern, Danish Modern, or Early American INCLUDES. 78" Sofa and Matching Chair, 2 Step Tables, Matching Coffee Table and 2 Lamps. Comfortable, biscuit-tufted, spring-filled back with durable, no-sag spring construction in base. Restful, all-foam cushions are reversible for years of service. Covered in long-wearing 100% Nylon. Choice of beautiful colors in Beige, Turquoise and Brown. 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Comfortable feather pillows. $189.95 $2 per week INCLUDES; 84" Sofa and Matching Chair, 2 End Tables, Matching Coffee Table and 2 Lamps, Distinctive, button-tufted back is spring-filled and designed.for years of beauty and service. Durable, no-sag spring construction in base, Reversible foam cushions for greater wear and easy care. Upholstered in long-wearing, 100% Nylon covers. Choice .of. colors in Beige, Turquoise, Brown. Set of three Walnut, plastic top occasional tables. For the final touch, two matching decorator lamps. All 3 Rooms as Pictured $499 easy terms $209.95 $2,50 per week 36"x60" BronzetoRS Table and 6 Chairs. Beautiful, inlaid Woodgrain plastic top is heat and liquid proof. Chair seats padded with foam and cotton; covered in washable plastic. Heavy gauge steel tubing in chair frames' and table legs, for extra strength. 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Framed, plate-glass mirror gives you clear vision; no wavey streaks. Restful, button- Free innerspring mattress . and box spring. Comfortable feather pillows. $239.95 $3 per week

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