Eight Logansport, Indiana Pharos-Tribune COMMUNITY BRIEFS Around The Town Births MEMORIAL — Born to Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Hartman, Flora,' a son. ST. JOSEPH - Born to Mr. and Mrs. Robert Redweik, Kewanna a son; to Mr, and Mrs. Marlin Hathaway, 1912 Spear St., a daughter. Hospital Notes MEMORIAL - Admitted:, Dock Perdue, 414 Hanna St.; W. C.' Holmes, 236 East Columbia St.; Lester Mcllrath, 930 Davis St. Rd.; Mrs. Donnabelle Hinkle, rural route 1, Lucerne; Mrs. Geraldine Eryin, 612 Nort Cicott St.; Herchel Bolin, rural route 2j Walton; Mrs. Janet Hardin, ISOG'/i West Broadway; Master Stephen Brower, Flora. Paul Benn, 1705 Woodlawn Ave.; Mrs. Gladys- Odom, 416 West Melbourne Ave. Dismissed: Paul Davis, Burlington; Mrs. Maude DeHaven, 730 East Broadway; Miss Traci Fivecoate, rural route 1, Frankfort; Mrs. John Moon and son, rural route 2; Mrs. Jessie Porter, 427 Burlington Ave.; Mrs. Anna Scott, rural route 1, Winamac; Mrs. Grace Smith, 511 Tanguy St. ST. JOSEPH - Admitted: Mrs. Norma Allen, 506 Tenth St.; Mrs. Marie Sebastian, 1002 Helm St.; Mrs. Hattie Barney, 730 Sixteenth St.; Mrs. Pauline Kite, 1914 Smcad St.; Miss Pamela. Pickins, Lucerne; Master Stanley Stevenson, Denver; Lewis Rains, Lucerne; Edward Pursch, 1513 Twelfth St. Dismissed: Mrs. Charles DeHaven and daughter, 703V4 Bringhurst St.; Mrs. Geneva-Frey, 300 Minor St.; Edward Riddle, Bunker Hill AFB; Baby Gregory Brown, 921 Race St.; Master Randy Dillon, rural route 3; Miss Kathy Dunn, 1222 Woodlawn Ave. MONTI CELLO .Births: Wednesday—A daughter was born to Mr. and Mrs. Larry Crabb, 622 North Illinois. Dismissals: Thursday — Mrs. Harry Eugene Nicoll, route 1, : Idaville. Wednesday — Howard ' Congram, route 5; Floyd Owen » Climer, route 1, Lafayette; Master Jeffrey Gutwein, Francesville; Debra Joy Hedges, route 1, Monon; Susan D. Hinkle, 503 Prairie Court; Charles J. Kubly, 605 West Harrison; Master William K. Peters, 417 Jefferson; Mrs. Herbert E. Rude, route 5; Mrs. Robert W. Sears Jr., 718 North Main street, Kokomo. Thursday—Arthur Clark, rural route 2; Mrs. Richard L. Funk and daughter, route 2, Royal Center; Infant daughter of Mr. I and Mrs. William Lanham, 610 i North Second; Mrs. Bobby Gene I Wamsley, route 5; Clyde Davis, I. 507 Twin Lakes Avenue. t Admissions to Woofllawn hp s- ROCHESTER* •• pital: William Boyle, Monterey; ;, Mike Smith, Winamac; Jo Ann and June Fay Chalk, Macy. ' Dismissals: Mike Pfeiffer" R.R. 1, ^RochesteV; Mrs. Melvin dingier, R.R. 4, Rochester. ,'Mr. and Mrs. George Burton, R.R. ,4, Rochester, are the par• ents of a son. .' Mr. and Mrs. Richard Walker, Peru, are the parents of a daughter. Bunker Hill Hospital Notes - Admitted: M.Sgt. Harry Ross, Airman 2.C. Lowell Shelton, Robert Harrier, Mrs. Eunice Barr, Mrs. Ruth Kenning and Miss Faith Causey. -Dismissed: T.Sgt. Virgil Carwile, Airman 3.C. Floyd Wilson, Mrs. Celeste Arnold and son, Randall, Miss Bonita Moore and' Michael Thompson. Daniel H. Lybrook, son of Mr. •and Mrs, A. T. Lybrook, former residents of Logansport, will receive a Bachelor of Science degree in mechanical engineering at Tri-State College at Angola on Saturday, June 9... Mrs. Lybrook is the former Pat Crisman ; daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Crismam, 1523 E. Broadway. Firemen were called to the Betty Reisinger residence at 101 E, Main St., at 8:53 a.m. Friday when a pan containing water anc eggs boiled dry. Firemen sale children of the family had- started to boil tHe eggs and had forgotten about them/Firemen re ported the eggs were fried when they arrived. .Henry H. Shrader Jr., damage controlman second class, USN son of Mrs. Henry H. Schrader o Route 4, Logansport, Ind., was ad vanced officially to the above rate on May 16, while serving aboarc the seaplane tender USS Salis .bury Sound, Charles (Bill) Rodkey, of Bur lington, husband of local beauti cian Annabel Rodkey, is a patien in room 164, Community hospit al,-Kokomo. Jeffrey E. Shaffer, seaman USN, son of Mr. and Mrs. John W. Shaffer of Route 4, 'Logans port, Ind., is serving aboard the destroyer USS Porterfield, a uni taking part in Exercise Pork Bar rel, off the coast of Southern Cal iioinia. . Circuit Court Mrs. Mary June Barbour was granted a divorce from Norman Barbour by Judge Norman Kiesling in circuit court ; Friday. She was given custody of their three children and the defendant was ordered to pay $10 per week for •the support of each child. A property settlement was approved. C. K. Michael was the attorney for the plaintiff. Homer Lamb filed a cross-complaint for divorce from Pauline' Lamb in circuit court Friday through -Attorney George Wildman. The couple was married April 26, 1859, and separated March 3, 1962, The damage suit 6f the Kolene Corp. against L. R. Lucas, which was filed Feb. 25, 1958, was dismissed for lack of action. Robert A. Abney, 305 Beal §t. charges cruelty in a suit for- divorce from .Annabell Abney. The couple was married Dec. 27, 1958, and separated May 29, 1962, .according to the complaint filed through the law firm of Hanna and Small. ' The assault and battery charge gainst Helen Maxine Brew was ismissed by Deputy Prosecutor leorge Wildman after Judge iiesling permitted her to with- raw her plea of guilty. The dismissal was due to the lack of vidence since the victim has ince died. . In the partition suit of Glenora lunter and William Morris gainst Morris Hammontree, the iroperty was sold for $2,000 after t . was reappraised for that mount. 'It was first appraised or $4,000 but there were no bids iver $2,000. • -•-# Jerry J, Duzan, electrician's •nate third class, USN, son of Mr. nd Mrs. Joe Duzan of Route 5, Rochester, Ind., was advanced to above rate on-May 16, w.hile erving aboard the submarine ender USS Orion, a unit of Submarine Squadron Six home-port- d at Norfolk, Va. Traffic Arrests James Shelton, 22, of 329 Front It., speeding. City court June 4. Viarriage Licenses Wilmer McCloskey, 43, of rural oute 4, city, and Eileen Esther '•line, 38, of 403 Culbertson St. Robert Henderson, 23, of '1844 Voodlawn Ave., and Eva Jean dichaels, 33, of Rich'mond. Raymond Ristedl, 23, of 8215 Vheatland Ave., and Mary Ellen ^elker, 18, of rural route 6, city. Three light bulbs have been >roken near the "trampoline at he Eastgate Shopping.Plaza, -according to a report to city police. Officers said the covers had been removed from three of the trampolines by the vandals' but there ivas no additional damage. A special meeting of the Cass County Ministerial Association vill be held at 10:30 a.m. Monday t the Gourmet Cafeteria. This meeting will precede the sched- led noon meeting at which min- sters, who are leaving for other torches, will be honored. Garland T. Brown, New York 2ity, is in Logansport this week issisting the Logansport Congregation of Jehovah's Witnesses in making plans to. play host to the lemi-annual conference of Jeho- 'ah's Witnesses June 15'to 17. Both divorces and marriages were below the normal number in ass county during May, accord- ng to the monthly report of ~'ounty Clerk Clarence Settlemyre. Only 24 couples obtained icenses to wed, and eight divorce actions were filed. City Court ' Larry Brandt, 24, box 97, city, was fined $10'and costs, in city court Friday morning for passing at an intersection. He was found not guilty of driving without a driver's license. Jack Wasson, .18, of rural route. 5, Monticello, was fined $1 and costs for failure to yield the right of way; Christopher Wahl, 21, of 1511 Chicago St., was also fined $1 and costs for failing to yield ;he right of way; and James Etnier, 19, of ' 1514V4-"E, Broadway paid $5 and' costs for speeding. Gwendlyn Clark, 1 701. Washington St., was fined $10 and costs 'or assault .and battery. Unable ,o pay the fine he was returned,o the county jail. There were five cases ot public intoxication in city court Friday. An open house showing of a bi- level home will be 'held, on-.Sunday, June 3 from 1 p.m.. until 5, J.m. by R. L. Steinberger, Builder. The house is located at. 1007 Nineteenth Street. . : .• ...'-. The bi-level home, with more iving space for the money, has over 1,600 square feet 'of living George M. Scott, 59, Dies After Accident; Final Rites Monday PERU—George M. -Scott, 59, ol 24 Adams Ave., died 'at 3 p.m. Thursday at the Wabash Railroad Hospital from injuries suffered while working in the classification yards Thursday. He was found at 1:30 a.m. Thursday in the yards apparently injured while on inspection duty. He was an inspector for the C. and 0, Railroad. He was rushed'to the railroad hospital with severe crushing in : juries to his right foot and ankle, dislocation and fracture of all ligaments in the right knee and head contusions. Miami county Coroner Dr. Lloyd Hill investigated. Cause of death was 'not determined. Born in.Peru Aug. 21,.1902, he was the son of Andrew and Rose Painter Scolt. His marriage in 1919 was to Opal Hann, ' Survivors include his widow; two sons, George Jr., Peru and Ralph, Aurora, 111.; a daughter, Mrs. Richard Gerard, Peru; four sisters, Mrs. Court Galloway, Mrs. Glenn Grumpp and Mrs. Clara Mantis, all of Peru and Mrs. Ray Hyson, Los Altos, Calif, and eleven grandchildren. A son and a brother preceded him in death. . Funeral services will be held at 1:30 p.rri. Monday at the Drake- Flowers funeral home in, Peru, Burial will be in Mt. Hope cemetery. Friends may call at the funeral home after 10 a.m. Sunday. Boy, 11, Drowns NEW ALBANY, Ind/ (UPI)Terry Lee Hartledge, 11, New •Albany, whose mother died about a month ago, drowned Thursday while playing with two other boys at a park along the Ohio River. Coast Guard units were called to search for the body after Terry's brother Mike, 10, and Glenn Hilt, 11, ran to a nearby fire station and told firemen what had happened. Fatal Attack AUBUEM, Ind. (UPI) - Police Chief ..Clifford West, 55, suffered a fatal heart 'attack here Thursday. Coroner Floyd Coleman attributed the death to a Coronary occlusion. , A native of Auburn and the son of a former police' chief here, West began his law enforcement career with the Detroit, Mich., police and was also a deputy sheriff in Oa-kland County, Mich. CLEAN-UP PARTY . The Little League volunteer thers will hold a clean-up, fix-up party at Crane Field Saturday and officials ask that the workers bring leveling shovels 'for work to be done. The shovels will be used to level part of the infield. SUNDAY DINNER Home Style Fried Chicken . Swiss Steak and Brown Gravy SALAD POTATOES DESSERT COFFEE Only $1.00 MARY ANN STEAK HUT- 918 North Third St. Dial 5988 BI-LEVEk LIVING Open House Set By Steinberger WALTON HD CLUB PLANS EVENT JUNE 5 WALTON-The Walton Home Demonstration Club will meet Tuesday, June 5 at 2 p.m.-in the home of,Mrs. Goldie Bean. Mrs. Bean will be assisted by Mrs. Alice • Deniston and ' Mrs. Hursey Adams, ,' Bible School ! Bible School ''classes will be held at the Methodist church'from June 4 through June 15. The Lutheran church is a 'co-sponsor of the program. • ' Memorial Rites Decoration Day services will be held at 2 p.m. on Sunday, June 3 at the Walton IOOF cemetery. Personals The officers, of the Walton Chapter, OES, will practice Tuesday evening, June 5 for initiation on June 7. A "come as you are" party was ld recently in the home of Postmaster and Mrs, Roger Rhodes. Mrs. Hursey Adams and Mrs. Audrey Butz attended .the,Methodist church conference. Charles Jackson, Piper City, HI., was a recent guest of the Ralph Cook family., Mrs. Willard Logan is a patient at St. Joseph's hospital in Ko Icomo. John Gaylor and sons, Ted and H. L. Beckley, John Billingsley and P. D. Gunter attended a base- jail game in Chicago Tuesday. The Herbert Cook family of Indianapolis visited Mrs. Sarah ook recently. Mrs. Calvin Fair and family of Soldatna, Alaska, Mr: and Mrs. Tames Beechy and 'daughter, Mrs. L. E. Fair, Mike Finney, Steven' Fair and Mr. and Mrs. Harold O'Blenis held a cookout Memorial Day. .space. As you enter the home the bi-level. effect, is noted by the stairway. Stairs lead. to the up- .per level and to the lower level.. The lower level. contains a large family room, kitchen, utility and half;ba'tn, The • kitchen is accentuated by Scheirlch, cabinets with a built-in 1 stove with cooper .hood; and fan. The cabinets are 'Formica topped and a breakfast 'or snack' bar .divides the r kitchen from the'living area. The upper level contains a large formal living room,, three large bedrooms and. a full bath. The home also has an attached garage, . ., The house is being shown with the permission of the owners. Two Traffic Fatalities In Month Eighteen persons were injured, wo of them fatally, in 26 traffic accidents investigated by the Cass county sheriff's office during the month of May, This was revealed when Sheriff Bernard Leavitt released his monthly report Friday morning. During the month, 83 prisoners were served 1,186 meals compared' to 1,087 meals to 76 prisoners luring the previous month. LEAVITT'S REPORT shows two jrisoners were taken to the State rm at Putnamville, one delin- [ueht to the Boy's' school at Plain- ield, two 'patients were transfer- ed to the state hospital, one pris-' >ner transferred to the Norman 3eatty hospital at Westville, and ne prisoner was transferred to .ogansport from Westville. The report also shows the department investigated five hit and un accidents during .the month, nd 11 cases of larceny. Also in- estigated were six cases of bur- ;!ary, four of vandalism, three ases of dumping trash and gar- rage on county highways, and ine dog complaints. Mrs. Turnpaugh, 77, Final Rites Set For2 p.m. Sunday Final rites for Mrs. Amanda Turnpaugh, 77, of 317 Wheatland Ave., will be at 2 p.m. Sunday at the Fisher funeral home. The wife of Joshua Turnpaugh, she died at 7:15 p.m. Thursday at Memorial hospital where sha had been admitted May 5. Born March 3, 1885, in Prebel county, Ohio, she was the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Clark. The deceased was a member of the Walton, Christian church. Surviving with the husband are a daughter, Mrs; Genevieve Cain, 317. Wheatland Ave.; two sons, Cecil, i-ural route 5, Peru; Omer, 2116 Usher St.; four grandchildren; six great-grandchildren; a step-brother, Harvey Shaffer, Wesl Manchester, .Ohio; and a half-sister, Floetta Lipscomb, Dayton, Ohio. Friends may call at the funeral home after 7. p;m. Friday. Rev Emerson Klinger will officiate at the services and burial will be in the. Walton -IOOF cemetery. Just received from Vaughan's fresh shipment of garden Mums. 8 name :varieties to choose from. KING'S HATCHERY & FEED 6th & North Phone 3718 SPECIAL Native Feeder Pig Sale 750 Head-MONDAY, JUNE 4 Sale Time 1 p:in. DST Producers Livestock Assn. Vincennes, Ind. All pigs have been casfratett and .vaccinated at least 21 days with modified virus and serum. We are in a position to buy for, 'you if for any reason you can't be present. , Call us your needs Phone TU-2-7150 MAY 31 thru JUNE 9 TUB-0-SUDS NEW DEPARTMENT MAY 3i thru JUNE 9 ALL STAINLESS STEEL WASHERS with SQUARE TUB-AGITATOR TYPE DESIGN THE ffllM ADCDATEft LAUNDRY NEWEST vWro-UrCIUUEl/ IN TOWN WASH YOUR CPCC 9 u - m -- 5 P>m- every day LAUNDRY HIRE TRCE Thru June 9 NEWLY REMODELED INSIDE AND OUT PLENTY 0:F FRBE PARKING ON OUR NEW DRJVtE-AtR CONDITIONED SMEAiD ST. at 12th Open 6 a. m.-Close 11 p. m. DIAL 5940 Mrs. Grace Maloy Succumbs; Final Rites on Monday Mrs. Grace .Maloy, 71, of 1523 George. St., died at 9:23 a.m. Friday at Memorial hospital. Born Jan. 10; 1891, in Harveli, Mo., she was the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Sickles. Her marriage, was to Jesse Maloy, who survives. • Also surviving are four sons and two daughters: Ed, of Jonesboro;. Dave, of Royal Center; Jack, 613 West, Broadway; John, 513 Thirteenth St.; Mrs. .Mildred Myers, Alexandria; and Mrs. Esther Campbell; .Tonesboro; 16 grandchildren' and two great- grandchildren. Final rites will be at 2 p.m. Monday at the Kroeger funeral home, the Rev. Paul Grant officiating. Burial wilt be in Mt. Hope 'cemetery,'' Friends may call at (he funeral home after 7 p.m. Saturday. Margaret Johnson Dies in Rochester KEWANNA - Miss Margaret Johnson, 50, of Kewanna, died early Friday morning at Woodlawn hospital in .Rochester following an illness of two weeks. ' She was born Jam. 17, 1912 'in Oklahoma. • She is survived by a sister, Miss May Johnson, 'Cincinnati, Ohio. Funeral services will be held at 10:30 a.m. Saturday at the Harrison funeral home .in Kewanna with Rev. Harry Taylor officiating. 1 Burial will be in the Kewanna IOOF cemetery. Friends^ay call'at the funeral home after 7 p.m. Friday. House Vandalism Reported by Owner Vandalism to a house being remodeled at 626 Shultz St. was reported by the owner, Edward Barnett, of 928 W. Wabash Ave. Barnett told police considerable damage had been done to windows, light fixtures and some new plumbing material that had been stored in the house. Police, advised by neighbors that people had teen seen entering the home recently, are continuing their investigation. Friday Evening, June 1, 1062. State, Regional Micro Races Will Be Held Here The Logan Micro-Midget Speed, way, located seven miles west of Logansport on U.S. 24, near Lake Cicott, will be the' site of the In diana State Championship and the Regional Championship this year, according to official sources. Both races will take place !ater in the year with racers from a five-stale area coming for the regionals. In the meantime the local rac-; ers are holding weekly meets Shrine Father-Son Banquet Scheduled A Father and Son banquet on June 12 -will be the highlight of June events at the Logansport Shrine club. A swiss steak dinner will be served. Other events will include Ladies Guest Day on June 7, when a salad luncheon will be served at 12:30 p.m. Mrs. Betty Crist is chairman. Family Night will be June 13, with Martha Newcomb as chairman, while the Booster party is scheduled for June 28. Leg ion Team To Hold Tryouts Coach Bob Hunter announced today that the Logansport American Legion baseball team will hold its tryouts Saturday afternoon at 3:30 p.m. The tryouts will be at Riverside'Park. The tryouts were originally slated for last Saturday but were set back because of rain' that swamped the field. Plan Firearms Demonstration Joe- Bodrie, firearms specialist, will give a series of demonstrations in Logansport Tuesday, June 12, according to Chief of Police Lee Morris. Morris said a special demonstration will be given to city and state police and members of the sheriff's staff starting at 9 a.m. Brodie is also scheduled to appear at the Father-Daughter Kiwanis banquet at noon and at the slate hospital during the after- wilh race time at 7 p.m. Saturday nights. Only recently Ronch Clem; ot Logansport, broke the track record when he loured Ihe 1/10 mile track in 10.70 seconds .while driving a micro midget powered by an Anzine engine. , The track has a trophy dash and feature race at each meeling, as well as several heat races. Drivers from .the entire state take part in Ihe events. Several improvements 'nave been made at the Lake Cicott site. The track has a new asphalt runway for the races and new grandstands have been installed for the fans. Previously the viewers were forced to watch the races from the slands. The local track is sanctioned by the National Micro-MHgel Club and has two classes for its races, the open classification and the industrial flatheads. Ronch's car was a two cylinder two cycle motor. Many of the curs on the track are Konig motors. Anyone seeking information concerning the local track can obtain it by calling Bob Blume at 5-3058 in Logansporl. (I'lOO a.m. to 9:00 p.m. only) SATURDAY SPECIAL Broasted Chicken COMPLETE DINNERS |/ Broasted $| fl/ft /2 Chicken I .Vll (4 Pel/) Choice of Potatoei, Salad Roils and Butttr. v*ss? $ i.oo CARRY OUT DINNERS 25c packaging charge for any ttx* carry out ord«r. (4 Pet.) Your chotca of potataot, salad, rolls and butter. LUNCH BASKET 309 E. Market Phono 4958 NATIONAL FRIGIDAIRE WEEK STARTS TODAY s-V-v^'ShV «^^;rf oss BOB »# We're ede.brating this big national event with very special prices on Frigidaire Appliances. So come in now and get the benefit of big savings. DON'T PAY A PENNY MORE for a 2-dooi! 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