Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on May 31, 1962 · Page 12
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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 12

Logansport, Indiana
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Thursday, May 31, 1962
Page 12
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Twelve Logansport, Indiana Pharos-Tribune MACY Vacation Bible School Announced MACY - The Macy Christian church. Bible school will begin June 4 and continue through June 15 with the program being on the closing night at 7:30 p.m. The daily sessions will be from 1'p.m to 4 p.m. . Mrs. Charles Runkle is the di-' rector and the theme is "My Bible and I." Mrs. Winston Coffing is the song leader, Mrs. Virgil White, pianist, Mrs. James East- -erday, secretary and her assist;ant is Jean Cover. All children from 3 years (SI age through the '8th grade are invited. ' The teachers are Mrs. Clair Coahran, nursery and assistant "Sharon Gibson; Mrs. Tom Sroufe, Beginners, with Margery Slisher assisting; Miss Maxine Smith, Primary and Roxanne Shambarger as her assistant; Mi's. Runkle, Juniors and the Rev. Reeves assistant; Mrs. Robert Taylor, teenage and assistant Joy Taylor, Mrs. Norman Collins is the refreshment chairman. PERSONALS The Miami Maids 4-H club will meet with Marvis Jones as hostess on Tuesday, June 5 at 1 p.m. The Junior Allen Home Demonstration club will meet with Mrs. Charles RunkJe on Thursday evening, June 7, at 8 p.m. Mr.- and Mrs. Martin Brown announce the birth of a daughter on Monday morning at Woodlawn Hospital; The maternal grandpar- ents are Mr. and Mrs. Ellis Wil- The WSCS of the Methodist church met with Mrs./ Edgar Fincher on Wednesday afternoon in her country home, east of town. The Past Matron's of Macy chapter, Order of. Eastern Star will meet with Mrs. H..F. Smith, at her Nyona j^ake home on Monday evening, June 4. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Runkle and sons attended commencement exercises at Bunker Hill on Thursday evening. Later they attended the reception held in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Braden, honoring their son Steven. Tom and Bob DuBois traveled to Abilene, Texas to attend the Commencement exercises of Dave DuBois. Phil and Don will return home with them for the summer vacation. The Rev. and Mrs. William Reeves and family, ' Columbus, have moved into the Christian parsonage. The former is the-new were Sunday dinner guests of .Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Pratt. Afternoon callers" were Mr. and Mrs. Lester Hecka.thorn of Rochester. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Runkle and sons entertained with an after graduation party in honor of Terry, a graduate of North Miami High school. The decor; and -favors were in red and white, the class colors. Present were Mrs. Mary Runkle, Mrs. Hubert Runkle, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Flora and family, and Miss : Murphy, Mr. and Mrs. Frank W.'Karri all of Mexico; Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Conrad, Tommy and Suzanne, Logansport; Mr. and- Mrs. Lawrence Braden and Steven, Mr. and Mrs. Medford Pugh and family, Mrs. Robert Temple and Mrs. Leonard Kukh, Peru; the Rev. and Mrs. William Shewman, Mr. and Mrs. Jack See and Philip, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Karri, Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Hattery and Max.and Miss Joann Dotid of Chili. , • A near capacity crowd attended minister. They have two sons and The first commencement exercise a daughter. Oliver Jones and Mr. and Mrs. Francis Jones and family were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Berne. Jones and family; Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Neal, Jim and Sara called on Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Edwards and family and Mr. and Mrs. Ron Baber and family at Nyona Lake on Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Kurd Briggs of North Miami High School in the gymnasium .on 'Monday evening. The class colors, red and white, were used ini the. decor with.their motto, "Where There's a "Will;, There's a Way" suspended in the background. Palms'and red roses, the class, flower, were used at vantage.points. The sixty- nine graduates entered as the band, under the direction of jMr. Humerickhouse, . played "Pomp and Circumstance" as the processional. White caps and gowns with red tassels were chosen by the group. Merit trophies were presented to - Charles Runkle and Linda Knauff and medals were given -to Linda Hartzler,. Robert Lawrence. Larry Coplen and Carl Miller. A music scholarship was presented to Lester Taylor and a scholarship to Charles Runkle. Paul D. Carter, principal, introduced the graduates and Harley J. Griffith, superintendent, presented the diplomas. Mrs. Elgie Han and- Mrs. Ellen 24 Hr. Cp/or Film Service Kodacolor—Ecfachrpme—Kodachrome . ,. Joe Vivians Fotoshop Diol 10 W. Linden Ave. FRIDAY, JUNE 1 HEARING AID SPECIALIST to hold FREE CONSULTATION EDWARD RIEG SEARS 'CERTIFIED SILVERTONE HEARING 'CONSULTANT Scars is proud to announce that Mr. Ed Rieg, Hearing Consultant, wilt hold a frao hearing clinic for residents of tho Logansport area this Frdiay, in the Captain, Lagan Hotel. If you have had a hearing problem, M>, Rieg invites-you] to come" in for a froe hearing test at " absolutely no obligation to you. If you are a hearing aid user, bring your instrument in and Mr. Rieg will clean and check it free of charge. TIME: 2-8 p.m. PLACE: FREE! SEARS ROEBUCK AND CO MAIL THIS 'COUPON: Cleaning.and Check of Your 'Present 'Instrument FREE GIFT FOR EVERYONE SILVERTONE HEARING AIDS •"Satisfaction Guaranteed or Your Money flack" SEARS, ROEBUCK and CO., 3702 S. 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OPEN ALL DAY SUNDAY Similac Powder 89c METRECAL ...» Chocolate, Manilla, {Butterscotch PICNIC JUG STiYiRBNE WEEPS COSJD OR HOT 1 GALIliON- WEG. $3.49 $i Dinner Napkins 29c Waxed Paper „ 19c 10 IPQiUNDS Charcoal Briquets 67c CHARCOAL GRILL REG. $4.9.9 NOW TOOORAIiRiS . 98,CiTO $4.98 STYLElS-lSHiADES-lBiRiANIDiS (TO SUIT AjLL UN TAN LOTIONS & CREAMS ALL BRAND NAMES & TYPES VETERINARIAN SUPPLIES Hog Cholera Vaxines Erysipelas Vaxines - FREE DELIVERY - Registered Pharmacist on duty at all. times. • Payroll Checks Cashed • Stamps and Money Orders Sold • Photography Equipment • 1 Day Film Service ' Animal & Poultry Health Needs COMPLETE PRESCRIPTION . ^SERVICE * KESLING DRUGS Dainko spent Sunday in South Bend and Warsaw. H. Weldon Sherrard,. Jr. . is a patient at -Woodlawn Hospital where he underwent, surgery on Tuesday. , j . • Word has-been received of the accidental death of .Rofmie Welsch. Plymouth. He was a member of the • armed 'forces. His parents, Mr.. and Mrs. Bus Welsch, were former residents of this community. • :.During the electrical ateirm'last Friday,, a black Angus yearling tyas : struck by lightning at the Lawrence Edwards farm, north of town. .. Mr. and Mrs. James Myrick, Indianapolis .were Sunday dinner guests of Mrs. Harry Owens. Other callers were Mr. and Mrs. John Poffenbarger of Redkey and Mr. and Mrs. Harry 1 Pague and daughter of Hammond.. Russel Bash, South/Bend was Sunday dinner .guest of Mr. and" Mrs. Kay Bash and Dick. Afternoon callers 'were Mr. arid Mrs. Bus Nestleroad of Gilead. There are : more than 3 million U.S. and more than 4 million foreign patents on file in the U.S. Patent Office in Washington, B.C. H.R.DIETZE Plumbing & Heating Reiidenlial-Commercial ^^ Industrial OVERWEIGHT? 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