Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on June 3, 1962 · Page 8
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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 8

Logansport, Indiana
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Sunday, June 3, 1962
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PAGEEIGHT THE PHAROS-TRIBUNE and 10GANSPORT PRESS, LOGANSPORT, INDIANA SUNDAY, JUNE 3,1962 JOSEPHINE LOWMAN It's Vacation Time Again- Everyone Going Somewhere Carl-Carlson, 73,.'; Rochester,Dies R 0 C H E S TER—Carl "Dad" Carlson, 73, retired painter, of .005 Monroe, died ai 1:15 a.m. Saturday at the Rochester nurs- ng home. He had .been" admitted here 1 in April, 1961, and had-'been 11 for more than'ajyear. 1 • . . •Born March 6, 1889, in' South OTiitley, Ind. he was the son of Oscar and Maria Pfeiffer". Carlson. He had resided most of Ms ife in this community. His marriage in this city in .917 was to Maude Kirkendall, who died in 1949. Survivors are one son. George, Mianapolis; three grandchildren; one brother, Otto, Indianapolis. Friends may* call after one o'clock this afternoon at the Zimmerman Brothers funeral .home. Final rites will be there ; at four o'clock Monday, with the Reverend James Rhodes officiating. Burial will be in the Rochester litizens cemetery. '• This young couple typifies the vast army of vacationers who •'." take to the family car at this time of year for a vacation. /•This is that time of year when faraway countries, lakes, seas, ijnountains, woods and parks, begin their siren call. Vacation time is here again! Once upon a time jlhose who could take a rather extensive trip were considered exceptionally lucky, and they were, because not many folks could afford such a treat. .Today most people get an itch- Ing foot and can shoe it well. In the United States alone, around si million people will dash for a plane, train or boat. The majority will climb in the family car and hit the long road to adventure, new sights and experiences and a change of pace. On The Go ..'! There has been a terrific increase in tourist travel. Everyone seems to be going somewhere. This is no doubt due to many factors. For one thing, people Have more leisure. One week with pay used to be the general trend. Today two or three weeks are more usual. In some instances, two vacations a year are possible. There is more prosperity, there are more generous retirement plans, more people are living to an old, age, a'nd transportation.is faster and more convenient, nowadays. Also, psychologically, the world just seems smaller, and we think of going places we might not-have considered at all before. Individual Matter A vacation'is as individual as a fingerprint. What one person thrives on, another would fine boring. What tires one, excites and revitalizes another. One person wants the vacation plannec down to .the smallest detail anc the last reservation, while anothei does not like to be tied to schedule, but prefers taking chances on reservations, stopping any place which takes his fancy and staying or leaving as his mood indicates 'at the moment. A vacation can be a wonderful and long-remembered- experience or it can be a complete flop i you choose the wrong one. Therefore, this lovely hunk' of time de YWCA Jeanette Meinzer, executive di- 'ectpr, announces the schedule of ictivity planned .for'the coming week at the YWCA 'as follows: Monday, f June 4—Pre-school ballet classes, annex, ! 10 to 10:30 a.m.; Men's Duplicate Bridge club, parlors, 7:30 p.m. Tuesday, June 5—Ladies Day Out, coffee hour, 9 to 9:30 a.m.; painting and sketching class, annex, 9:30 a.m.; golf class, Dykeman Parki 9:30 a.m. and 5:15 p.m.; beginner's bridge, parlors; 7:30 p.m.; ballet class, annex, 4 to 6:30 p.m. Wednesday, June 6—YWCA Finance committee, clubroom, 9:30 a.m.; pre-school ballet, annex, 10 to 10:30 a.m.; ballet, annex, 4 to 6:30 p.m.; golf class, Dykeman park, 5:15 p.m. Thursday, June 7 — WSE Sales meeting, annex, 10:30 a.m.; ballet, annex, 4 to 6:30 p.m.; Woman's Duplicate Bridge, parlors, 7:30 p.m. Friday, June 8—Ballet, annex, 4 to 6:30 p.m.; Who's New, parlors, dining room and kitchen, 1 p.m. Saturday, June 9—Ballet classes annex, 9:30, 10:30, 11:30 a.m and 1 and 2:15 p.m.; junior high canteen, annex, 7 to 9 p.m. ienior Week Parly Participants And Parents Hear Judge ROCHESTER— Judge Frederick .akestraw lectured both parents nd their sons in. 'the Fulton' cir- uit courtroom Friday afternoon connection with last : week's enior beer party at Lake Mani- IU. j Thirteen 'boys were charged with uvenile delinquency, . and 12 harged with illegal possession of Icoholic beverages, appeared be- ore the judge. Three girls, one a 15-year-old rom Rochester, appeared separ- tely.'. / . . . A soldier appeared earlier in ie week and. paid, a fine on a harge of illegal possession. The judge lectured the parents o r not providing adult supervision nd restraint at the three cottages r hich the youths occupied . last •eek. : Three of the youths paid $5. and osts for breaking into a Borden's ffik Co. .truck 1 and taking an. estimated $37.27 : worth . of milk and nilk products. . . All were freed after, making ar- angements to repay William Zie- enbene, the Borden's agent here, or the 1 loss to his company from IB truck burglary. 75 Entertained By Red Cross And Deer Creek HD Club Friday Approximately 75 patients at the tfarion Veterans hospital were en- ertained Friday evening by the led Gross volunteers with the Jeer Creek township HD club roviding cookies for the ward >arty. Wally Rook,' representative for iie VA hospital and chairman of he entertainment activities for lie evening, spoke briefly on the ules and regulations governing serves some serious thought. It is frustrating to spend money on an unpleasant time, or to come home exhausted rather than refreshed Tomorrow I will have some sug gestions about factors to be con sidered. JOHN W. FISHER Funeral Director Where perfection is an honored tradition v The responsibility for handling every detail of a funeral service to perfection is one that we Honor 'as a sacred trust. You can be very »uro that "everything will ba at It should be" at the jorvlco. Fisher Funeral Home 303 W. Market Phone 3603 AMBULANCE SERVICE tie evening's activities. Attending were Mrs. Harry Winston, chairman of volunteers; Mrs. Dorothy C. Morris, Margaret Gharis, Miss Mollie Good, Mrs. 'nez Scott, Mrs. Rosanna Challender, Mrs. Mamie Hardt, Mrs. Geraldine Rearick, Mrs. Don Say- ;.er, Mrs. Lee 1 Kantzer, Mrs. Wilard Swigart /and Mrs. Dora 'Lea and Ella Homey, of Hartford City. Name Former Peru Resident Producer For ABC Network PERU—-David Cole of Chicago a former Peru resident, has been named producer for the ABC Radio Network, it was announcec this week by William MacCallum Midwest Program Director. Cole and associate producer Michael Jacobson will be respon sible for the Chicago originations to the network of the three-times daily "Paul Harvey News" and the twice daily Alex Drier news Needlecraft 803 Hospital Notes 6y X<Mtfw, VVkMvLt New Knit Hit Goes with everything, every- vhere! Knit this lovely jacket for year 'round Chanel-style tnitting worsted. jacket— beauty in or, short sleeves. Purl band, 2 rolls, Patera 803: 'directions, sizes 32-34; J6-38. Thirty-five eents (coins) for this )attern— add 10 cents for each pattern for Ist-class mail. Send to Laura Wheeler, care of LOGANSPORT PRESS, Needlecraft Dept., P. 0. Box 161, Old Chelsea Station, New York 11, N. Y. Print plainly PATTERN NUMBER, VAME, ADDRESS and ZONE. THE FIRST TIME! 200 'designs in our 1962 Needlecraft Catalog— Biggest ever! Pages, page, pages —fashions, accessories to knit, crochet, sew, weave, embroider, quilt. See jumbo-knits, cloths, spreads, toys, linen, afghan; free patterns. Only 25 cents. Logansport MEMORIAL Born to Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Hardy, route 1, a son. Admitted: Mrs. Mary Coppedge, 119 Eleventh;' Russell Taylor, 1221 Woodlawn; Mrs. Pearl Long,. Monterey; Mrs. Mary Cuppy, 1215 Peter; Mrs.. Judy Bowen, Winamac; Mrs. Jacqueline Nichols, 1510 Spear; Wallace Loser, 5105 High st. Road; Mrs. Irene.Zei-'.er, route 5; Dondld Camp, 935 Burlington; Charles Morphet, route 2, Royal Center; James Kester- sorv Camden; Master Larry CJfl- ningliam, ro'.'te 4, Mrs. Donald LogV>, route 1, Burnettivillc. Dismissed: Mr* Minn:e Allwrt, Pu'-Vws; Miss Hokn Bolinger, Lake^Cicott; Mrs. G'-idys Rougher, route 5, Clinton Crull, route 1, Winamac; Louis De Barge, 210 Thirteenth; Fred Easterday, route 5, Warsaw; Mrs. Elsie Ervin, 640 Burlingon; Mrs. Mabel Guy,' 111 W. Linden; Mrs. Janet Hardin, l'506!/ 2 E. Broadway; Miss Debra Luther, 803 Davis Road; Mrs. Alice McClelland, 2007 High;,Mrs. Gladys Odom, 418 W. Melbourne; Mrs. Dovie Tedrow, route 2; Birney Ward," 85 Fourteenth; Mrs. Myrtle Wimer, 700 Woodside Drive; Hugh Ysberg, route 6, Rochester; Mrs. Gertrude Albright, 4726 High street Road; Master Stephen Brewer, Flora;'Miss Nina Ballon, Winamac; Mrs. Jean Descans, SOO'/i E. Market; Mrs. Richard Duncan and son, Galveston; Herbert Gish, route 4; Robert Graf, Flora; Mrs. Katie Green, 508 Eleventh; Mrs. Robert Howard and son, route 1; Lester Mcllrath, shows. Cole is still associated with Don McNeill's "Breakfast Club" program and will produce the Notre Dame football programs for ABC next fall. -. He is married to the former Carol Dawson and they have 'two small children. He is the son of I. C.'Cole, 240 Grant St., Peru. FIREMEN CALLED Firemen were ''.called at 2:26 p.m., Saturday to the Leonard Harrison .farm, two miles north of Logansport on Ind. 25, to put out a fire which burned lumber and did some damage to a barn. JOBLESS CLAIMS DROP PERU— Jobless claims here continued to drop last week, according to George Phillips,, manager of the Indiana Employment Security Division's Peru . office. The last week claims total of 122 included 25, claims from the newly unemployed and 97 claims from those jobless a week or more. B. I?. Wilhelm Dies .In Hospital Buryl Ross Wilhelm, 71, retired heating contractor, of route 4 died at 2:30 p.m. Saturday at Methodist hospital, Indianapolis, where he had been a patient four weeks. He formerly operated the B. R. Wilhelm Company in this city before he retired in 1958. He was a member of the Wheatland avenue Methodist church, the 'Elks and Eagles "lodges. Born March 24, 1891, in Kokomo, he was the son of John and Mary Maish Wilhelm. His marriage on Sept. 24, 1913, at Burrows, was to Pearl Klepinger. Survivors are his wife; two daughters: Mrs. Mavis Barr, iollywoodl, Florida; Mrs. Phyllis Wagner, 916 State; five grandchildren; one brother, George, Ixigansport. Friends may call at the Fisher funeral home after 7 p.m. ffiis evening, and Elks will have serv ices there at 7:30 Monday. 930 Davis Road; Master Samuel Moss, route 1; Mrs. Gretchen Rivers, 706 Van Buren; Mrs. Kenneth Sheitel and daughter, Gal veston; Mrs. Wilma Spencer, route ; Richard Stark, 415 Henry. ST. JOSEPH'S Born to Mr: and Mrs. Benard Wolf, 84 Eighteenth, a son. Born to Mr. and Mrs. LeRoy Weaver, Lucerne, a son. Born to Mr. and Mrs. Richard Lucas, 923 Maple, a son. BornJ.0 Mr. and Mrs. Edward Dwyerr2305 E, Broadway, a son Admitted: Master Riley Goaf, Peru; Rennie Erwin, Royal Cen ter; Miss Barbara Hellyer, 40 •Russell; Mrs. Iva Weaver, 112 W Colfax; William- Johnson, 700 E Wabash; Robert Kleifgen, 130 North.Dismissed: Mrs. Ruby Hardy 1705 Smead; Mrs. Norma Allen 06 Tenth; Mrs. Grace Burrous [exico; Mrs. Goldie McManus oute 5; Mrs. Hattie Barney, 73 ixteenth; Mrs. Louise Moss, Ke anna; Mrs. Goldie Vernon, 51 lleventh; Mrs, Jimmie Walls an aughter; 1421 Wright; Mrs. Ro ert Redweik and son, Kewanna; William Downs, 720 Magee; Iverett 'Chumney, Walton; Lewis ,ains, Lucerne; Master Thomas Campbell, Royal Center; Baby )onna Bowling, 1509 Erie; Miss Jarbara Hellyer, 409 Russell; Mrs. Jetty Davidson, Twelve Mile; Miss 'amela Bennett, Winamac; Mrs. da Moore, 1705 High; Miss Pamla Pickens, route 1, Lucerne; ttrs. Pauline Kite', 1914 Smead; fo. Mary Fi'usbour, route 1, jucerne; Andrew Black, 724 Fif- eenth; Paul Kistler, route 1; Howard Kisller, 1810 Jefferson; Mrs. Fames Allan and daughter, 30 Lux. Final rites will be at 2:30 Tuesday at the funeral home. The Reverend Charles Elam will officiate and burial will be in Keeps Creek cemetery. JAIL ROCHESTER YOUTH PERU-Ernest Mehrley,,18 of Rochester, was arrested by Sheriff Dave Richardson in Wabash and returned to the Miam County jail. He is charged with issuing fraudulent checks. The youth posted bond pending arraignment, ^ . MONTGOMERY WARD 412.E.IBROAOWIAY lUOGiAlNISPIORT, ilND. JWE 4th thru JUNI 9th ly FREE PORTRAIT BIG 1.1* x 14" PORTRAIT SEMI-LIFE SIZE BUST VIGNETTE UNCONDITIONALLY GUARANTEED only 99 Usually Sells For 5995 PLUS 50« tUWLMC, WRAPPIN6 AND INSURANCE. UNMOUNTED-SUITABLE FOB FRAMING ou Will Also Receive Your Child's Portrait On A DISK CALENDAR Age 5 Weeks To 12 Years LIMIT: 1 Per Child-2 Per Family • Family, Groups .Taken MONDAY, TUESDAY, HHURSOAYjS ATURQAY, 9 «. m. to 5 p. m. WEDNESDAY 9 «. m. 'Jill Noon TODAY )9 o. m. ita.ff ip. m. Rochester Admissions to Woodlawn hosdlal: None. Dismissals:.' Mrs. James Doty, i.R. 1, Monterey; Mrs. Martin Srown and daughter, Macy; Mrs. lichard Walker and daughter, l.R. 2, Rochester; Mrs. Mary talk, 1502% College avenue. ATTEND INSTITUTE PERU—Two Miami County girls, ill be among 39 outstanding higli chool students from nine states ttending the fourth - annual Na- onal Science Foundation insti- ue in life sciences at Purdue 'niversity June 18 to Aug 10. 'hey are Landa Shaw, route 1, Vmboy and Connie Zehring, route Bunker Hill. Although a good mule may bring £ there, wives are 1 sold for as ttle as $45 in the African city f Timbuktu. Rev.fi/VjfeToGet Divm/fy Degree William Kidon Ringle, son of Mr. and Mill. J. Melvin Ringle, 1911 George* Street, will receive his Bachelor; of Divinity Degree from the Christian Theological Seminary in i Indianapolis on Friday. Comttiencement exercises are to lie held at 7:30 in the University 'Park Christian Church at which thine 03 graduate professional diijjrees will be conferred. Rev. Ringle, who graduated from (he Logansport High School in 1952, received his A. B. Degree from Johnson Bible College in Kimberlki Heights, Tenn., in 1956. He was ordained in the Christian Ministry in the Ninth Street Christian Church in August 1954. At present he is pastor of the Christian Church in Spartanburg, Ind. ' Civilian consumption of refined sugar in the U.S. amounted (o 98 pounds piir capita in 1961, according to the 1962 Britannica Book of thfl Year. eloflieslliies Jail Four Teenagers At Peru For Illegal Possession Of Beer PERU—Four teenagers were arrested Friday night and Jailed For illegal possession of beer. • Three of the boys, ages 13, 15 and 16 were arrested by police when they were caught drinking t>eer in a Wabash Railroad' box car. The boys were reported to have stonen about 15 bottles of beer from the Moose Lodge a short time before their apprehension; The fourth youth, a, 16-year-old was arrested by Sheriff Dave Richardson at the Larrison Gravel Pit, northwest of Peru on he Blair Pike. The youth said tour other boys who had been with him fled. The sheriff .found two cases of beer in the car driven by the youth. He was released to his Barents and is scheduled for arraignment in juvenile court later. Miss Susan Rowe KennetrY Wisehart , To Wed On June 9 Mr. and Mrs. Donald C. Rowe, of 2419 Stadium Drive, announce the forthcoming marriage of their daughter, Susan Dee, to Kenneth Martin Wisehart, son of Mr. and Mrs. M. J. Wisehart, of Elwood. The couple will exchange nuptial vows in rites Saturday afternoon, June 9, at St. James lititheran.' church. Miss Rowe is a local high school graduate and attended Purdue University. She is employed at St. Elizabeth's hospital in Lafayette. Her fiance was graduated today from Purdue University's School of Engineering and will report for Naval duty June 20 at Pensacola, Florida, where the couple will reside. GAS DRYER ! No other dryer can match the speed of a Gas Clothes Dryer. It's the one that will dry your clothes as fast as your automatic washer washes them, • Because a Gas Dryer dries faster, it is better for drying woolens . . . especially blankets. Towels come out fluffier, too. Remember, speedy drying gives dothes longer life. itfs You cart dry your clothes for just about a penny a load with a Gas Clothes Dryer. 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