Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on June 6, 1962 · Page 23
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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 23

Logansport, Indiana
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Wednesday, June 6, 1962
Page 23
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June 6, 1962. Logansport, Indiana, Pharos-Tribune Twenly-thra» fficer of the Wrlliam N .Smith Corporation, I here- tmg to order. Ahem . . . Fellow stockholders . . . completed the most successful year in its history, a. net operating profit of $15.60, amounting to are. :e-a resolution before the board . . . Whereas, one er of this corporation did discover that the Garden edia terrific savings on our total weekly food bill, Smith, wasn't fooled by the 'stamp gimmick' and so-called 'free stamps' was placing an unbearable e weekly paycheck of my chief assistant, one Wil- • ation was about to be in the same financial posi- ar since it was formed — flat broke . . . and whereas >roject has placed the company in a very rosy fi- >y authorize a weekly allowance raise of 50c per 'or say aye I . . . Aye . . i-Arf!! e one more resolution before the board ... I here- the hard work and good behavior of all stockhold- e net profits, in a 2 week vacation, and use the >rking capital to have the best vacation this cor- II in favor say aye?!!? Ave...Arf!! PACK!!!! 1VERYDAY LOW PRICES Y SOAP R iRBG. PMG. 32C K1N6 SIZE 79t REG. PKG. 29C MICH BAGS 25C HERN SOAP O.QOIQIO&S ) CREME SANDWICH TARD PKG. OF 75 REG. RlOIUU. OC .KBG. BAR 4/3VC w. 49c HI .9 OZ. 15C 2/39c 10c (OFF - GIANT 65C IAN DRESSING ICH DRESSING MATE SYRUP WOT 0" GARSNE ID WlMOjOK WMOOR COLATE MILK 8 OZ. BOfT. 3/C 8oz.33c .1 UB. CAN 19C «EG. CAN 2/1 7C il W. CARfTONl I/C 20 OZ. UOAF 2/43C .1/2 GAL CARTON 2/7/C 25c INTRODUCTORY PRKI MRS. GRASS SOUPS or NOODLES PKG. 19 EACH BONUS BUY CARNATION INSTANT 14QT. 99 c BONUS BUY Folgers Coffee 2 IB. CAN REG. BONUS BUY MEADOWMOOR Half & Half PINT CARTON 99 29 BONUS BUY ROYAL Gelatine WASHING POWDER m a REG. PKG. BOXfS GIANT SIZE BOX 73 BONUS BUY Bi/Y BANQUET DINNERS (93 SOORE) BUTTER (OHIiOKiBN IB. MAM IACH REG. CHUCK WAGON CHARCOAL 10« 69 FOOD'S MONTICEILO 101 ON. Main St. LOGANSPORT 18th and Erie APRWAiTEO WiTH SCOT IAD fOOBS, INC. 4-H NEWS CLINTON afMERETTES The Clinton t;wnship Clymer. ;ttes 4-H Club :net recently at he school for fcir annual Moher's Tea. Flaj; pledges opened he meeting ami were presented >y Norma Nic'iialson and John leckard. Devotions wersi offered by Sharon Leazenby ai '•:!. roll call was answered by "whi.;re I would liko :o go on vacation." Mrs. Heckard distributed bak- ng, sewing and arts and crafts nstructions. ML it Forgey visited and gave a talk en arts and crafts. Group singing was led by Sharon Leazenby ami the health and safety report V.IBS presented by John Heckard on Fire and Water Safety. Demonstration:: were given by ,ynda Porter ami Rosemary Heckard. The next meo;ing will be held June 11 at the ::;hool. LIBERTY SOOSTERS The Liberty, ll-oosters 4-H Club s making plans for a bake sale to >e held on Jul;j 3. The decision was made at a recent meeting of he club. Marsha McI.'J swell, president, iad charge of the meeting and he pledges WCM given by Donna Mauser and Counie Higgle. Devotions were offeiwl by Joan Lea- veil and the v;::ious club reports were given. The health and safety report was liven on the use of power mowers. 3emonslrations were given by Linda Reed and Jilarsha McDowell. Refreshments 'vere. served by Stella, Nancy and Karen Baird to sixteen members and two lead- CLINE'ON 4-H Members of ;he Clinton Boy'e 4-H Club met ai, the home of John Conn recently : r ,3r a weiner roast and baseball game. Each membei outlined his project during the meeting. The next meeting was announced for July 11. ONWARD DO OR DIE A Mothers a,id Daughters Tea was held recerly in the Onward Christian church by the memberi of the'Onward Do Or Die 4-H Club. A style she 1 v featuring hats, shoes and puries was presented by Ray Plotnei;. Mrs. Tr&bett and tfancy Naftgzer had charge of the program. Models included Taffia- ra Hopper, Arleen Price, Karen King, Bonnie Wilson, Virginia Reu- lebuch, Ruth "Widnei: and Helen Zell. Mrs. Beth 7uelt, county HD agent, spoke :in 4-H Club activities. Guests of tlis! club were members of the Omrard Home Demonstration Club. HAPPY HARVESTERS WALTON — Lester Garber distributed rules for the 4-H fair during the r<n:ent session of the Happy Harvesters 4-H club held at the home :i[ Roger Plothow. The pledges to the flags were led by Phil Hush and Roger Erbaugh, follow id with the secretary's report submitted by Junior Guy. Steve Villiams gave the health and s<i!cty report. A demonslv ilion on first year forestry was presented % Norman Helvie. Junior Guy gave a demonstration on second year forestry. Refreshments were served. WASHINGTON WORKERS Sue Hahnei I, president, conducted the recent meeting of the Washington Workers 4-H club held at the Vfashington township school. The session opened with the pledges to thii flag and roll call. Songs were Id 1 by Christino Spitz, nogle, song Juader, followed with reports presented by Frances and Martha Jay. L.inda Burrous gave the thought :;sr the day. Demonstrations on various kinds of desserts made from jello were given by Kriita Stewart and Pat Bruner. Thant Condemns Altitude M-Tests UNITED NATIONS (UPI)-Acting U.N. Secretary General Thant today condemned the projected U.S. high a'iiilude nuclear tests over tlie Pacific. 'I feel 11-at these projected liigh-allitude tests are a manifestation of a very dangerous psychosis wl:ich is in evidence loday," Than.;, told a news conference. "I have m.ide clear that I am in complete agreement with the eneral Assembly resolutions on banning nuclear tests. The projected nucless r and thermonuclear tests in the high altitude belong in a different; category and I feel they are more undesirable. FEDERAL .I'MJS RISE WASHINGTON (UPI)-Civilian employment Jin executive agencies of the fi'dcral government increased by 12,152 in April, the ihird monthW jump this year, the Joint Con,;] ressional Economy Committee reported today. The group, Iheaded by Sen. Harry F. Byrd, jD-Va., said total civilian employment in the executive branch reached 2,453,952 in April.

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