SUNDAY, JUNE 3,1962 THE PHAROS-TRIBUNE and LOGANSPORT PRESS, LOGANSPORT, INDIANA PAGE NINE FIRST COMMUNICANTS-fhere were 21 girls and 23 boys in the First Communion class at St. Vincent's church, shown here with the pastor, the Rt. Rev. Msgr. John P. Schall and the assistant pastor, the Reverend Father Thomas Fox. Members of the class include: Rosemary Barnes, Nancy Brown, Rebecca Brugh, Patricia Cahalan, Lyncttc Farroll, Susan Harrison, Jacqueline Helvey, Michele Hiatt, Cynthia Kroone, Anita Marocco, Karen McCord, Cathy Molique, Danna Morris, Susan Muehlhausen, Karen Myers, Donna Quick, Debra Ricci, Charlcne Rosche, Karen Rozzi, Mary Jane Sammons, Joetta Timmons. Michael Barrett, Gary D'Andrea, Robert Dexter, Michael Fellers, Edward Fordyce, Michael Gerlach, Jack Hoagland, Robert Hoagland, David Huff, Alan Lc Donne, .Clayton Miller, Martin Monahan, Gregory Muzzillo, Joseph Mylet, Joseph O'Donncll, Myron Oppcn- lieimer, James Roberts, Richard Robinson, Steve Sherman, Patrick Smith, Thoma's Timmons, Robert Zcider,- Michael Hipskind. (Harrington Studio) |«r Fates Day i Tippecanoe p ar |< Offers Wide Variety ROD SPICE TO HIS LIFE! GIFT SET Compliment the woll-groomod man with invigorating Old Spice After Shavo Lotion and crisp, clean Old Spice Cologne... brisk as an ocean breeze) Matching, pottery-glass bottles Jn a new red gift box, with-the Distinctive Old Spice clipper ship. BUSJAHN'S DRUG STORE WINAMAC—Located five miles north of here on U.S. 35 is the third largest state park in 'Indiana. Established in 1943, the Tippecanoe River State Park has a total -of 2,744 acres of timber, meadows, grass, and dunes . five Ah Base Personnel Retire BUNKER 'HILL A'FB—Five base personnel were retired from active Federal service . on May 31 during a Retreat and Retirement Ceremony held in their honor. Personnel retirement comes after an individual has served for over 20 years in the Federal service of the United States. Joining the ranks of Military Retired were; Captain Guido Gennotti, Headquarters Squadron; Master Sergeant Harold D. Bloom and Clifford E. Huffman, both of Headquarters Squadron Combat Support Group; Master Sergeant Frank P. Delia, Food Service Squadron; Technical Sergeant Anthony R. Brunkala, Organizational Maintenance Squadron. Named after the Tippecaone river which winds a seven mile course through it, .the park provides recreational facilities for every age group. Featuring two group camps for youth, public campgound, picnic area, a ladge shelter house, and hiking trails, the area draws from a 200 mile radius. In 1947 the construction of the present swimming pool was completed, and is available for use by the youth of the two group camps. Familiar to many a boy and girl is camp number one known as "Pottawattomie", and number two, better remembered as camp 'Tepicon". Each camp has cabins for sleeping, a dining hall anl kitchen and other buildings. Campgrounds are equipped with modern facilities. Each site has a grill and table; fire wood is also furnished. Some of the sites will accommodate trailers. Three main hiking trails winding for miles afford the amateur, as well as the professional bot- 'anists and naturalists with many species of animal life, with forests, pine, marshes and river frontage. Probably one of the most outstanding features of the park area is an eighty-foot high fire tower that affords a - vantage point from which one can view Union Bible School Will Begin Monday • The Daily Vacation Bible School at Jefferson township school will begin Monday and extend through Friday. Classes will be held from 1:30 to 4:15 p.m. each day and' students between the ages of four and 15 are invited. The school is sponsored by the Pisgah Presbyterian', Center Presbyterian, Crooked Creek Christian and Lake Cicott 'Methodist churches. The feature of the last day will be an open house in the afternoon for relatives and friends to observe the work of the students. Mrs. Mary Cooper is school supervisor. More than 100. students have enrolled. • Read the Want Ads! TRADE-IN ALLOWANCE ON ANY LIVING ROOM SUITE, SECTIONAL, HIDE-A-BED OR SOFA IN THE STORE (Except Nationally Regulated Items) FOR YOUR OLD LIVING ROOM SUITE, SECTIONAL OR SOFA REGARDLESS OF CONDITION OR MORE CONVENIENT TERMS MARKET AT FIFTH he distant tops of Winamac wildings, and the surrounding natural beauty. Superintendent W. E. Powell, tated that campers come from as far away as the state of Maine, although, for the most part, the )ark receives visitors from with- n the State of Indiana an<3 adjacent states. A stone and timber rustic ihelter house provides a number if cooking ovens, open fireplaces, and recreation area add to the 'isitor's enjoyment. Sanitary 'acilities and necessary water and fire wood further contribute o a memorable "back to nature" outing for the whole family. Powell lives with his wife in he superintendent's residence suitably located in the service area on the ! south edge of the >ark boundary. Correspondence may be directed to him at rural route 4, Winamac. lie Tesf Results Are/ficoiicfusive DELPHI - Vernon Isiey, 40, who is out on bond after being arrested some time ago on charges of reckless homicide and 'ailure to yield one halt the right-of-way, on, Feb. 11, in a :wo-car accident west of the New 3ope school in which ms wife 3va Isley 39. was killed, asked Sheriff John Roth last week to :ake him to Indianapolis for.a lie detection test. Roth accompanied him to Indianapolis for a lie detection test. Roth accompanied him to India' napolis for a lie detection test. Roth accompanied him to Indianapolis but the test was in conclusive because of the extreme nervousness of Isley, officers'said. No date'has been set in Carroll Circuit court for isley's arraignment. Isley was taken into custody several weeks ago after being released from a Lafayette hospital and then was released after he posted bond. Prosecutor Dear Overholser accompanied Isley anc Sheriff Roth to Indianapolis. Austin Bowman arrested Thursday on charges of driving while under the influence of intoxicat ing liquor, was arraigned in Lee Stone's J.P. court, On his plea o, guilty he was fined ?25 and costs totaling $42.75 and his driver'; license was recommended sus pended for one year. The Sheriff's department made the arrest. The Delphi schools closed a noon Friday but the students .wil return at 1:30 p.m. Monday, June 4, for their report cards, Al teachers will be at the schoo Tuesday however accor'cTing to in formation from the office of Supt Wayne Eikenberry. Mrs, Carlyle Kirkpalrick left a week ago for Pensacola, Fla., to spend two-weeks with her daugh ter, Mrs. Richard Lundquist, Dr Lundquist and family. She is ex peeled home next weekend. Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Mannies who will be leaving Delphi since he resigned as coach, were guests of honor at a party given by the Wesley Weds class of the Delph Methodist church in the home o Mr. and Mrs. William Duff. The; were presented with a gift. Miss Marsha Brown 'of Wes Front Street who will becom' the bride of John Crone Jr. 01 Jun 17, was honored at a brida shower in (he home of Mrs. Dor Craft of Flora. BUNKER HILL AFB-Ten Bun- :er Hill Air Force Base-personnel rill find themselves "in the spot- ight" July 8th and 7th when they scort the finalists in the "Miss ndiana Pageant"' . at Michigan ity, Indiana. Each of the 16 SAC units on he base will select one outstand- ng airman to,represent.their unit, lowever, only ten of the 16 nbm- lated will be selected to repre- ent the base. Gains in U.S. church member ship in 1961 were about equal t population gains, with member of all faiths totaling 114,449,217 Airmen To Escort Finalists A panel of five secretaries from the base: will be the final judges to seleel ;the ten airmen to repre-' sent the' base. The judges will base their selection on the individual's personal appearance and character. 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