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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 7

Logansport, Indiana
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Thursday, June 7, 1962
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LOGANSPORT PUBLIC LIBRARY Wursday Evening, June 7, 1962. Rev. Taylor Moves Into Parsonage The Key. Charles E. Taylor, new pastor of the Market Street Methodist church, moved into the church.parsonage, 2010 North St., Wednesday evening. He will not be shaking hands with his. church members Sunday because he severely- injured the index finger of his right hand at 10 p.m. Wednesday when he closed his car door on it. HE WAS TAKEN to the hospital, where six stitches were required to close the.cut. A native of Wisconsin, the new Virs. Edith Clark, 67, Succumbs in Peru PERU - Mrs. 'Edith V. Clark, 7, of 820 S. Broadway, widow of Joyd Clark, died at 7~30 a.m. Thursday at Dukes hospital' after >eirig stricken at her home. She lad lived in Peru 45 years and' was a former employe of the Joston Store.. -Born March 23, 1895 in Edgar 'ounty, HI., she was the daugh- er of Jacob : and . Nancy Earp Mills. Her first marriage in 1915 was to Harvey Harris. • She mar- •ied Lloyd Clark in 1935 and he died in 1952. She was a member of the ;Wes- eyan Methodist church, Navy Mothers and Modern Woodmen Auxiliary. Survivors include' a son, Miller Harris, Bunker Hill Base; two daughters, Mrs. Richard Witt, Pe- •u and Mrs. Joe Tate, Kokomoj .hree step-children, Donald and Robert Clark and Mrs. Donald Benedict, all of Peru; 16 grandchildren and six great-grandchildren. A'daughter, .two brothers and two sisters preceded her in death. . , Funeral services ,will be held at 2 p.m. .Saturday at the Drake- Flowers funeral home in Peru. 3urial will be in Mt. Hope cemetery. Friends may call at'the funeral lome after 10 a.m. Friday. REV. CHARLES TAYLOR local pastor was educated at Tay lor university and the Biblica Seminary 'of New York. For 31 years he has servec Methodist churches in the North Indiana conference and he comes here after a successful five yea: pastorate at Alexandria, He is .secretary of the State Alcohol Narcotics Education (SANE) Foundation and secre tary of the Conference Board o Pensions. THE REV. TAYLOR has lee lured and taught classes in thi study of the alcohol problem across the state and has servec on the staff of the Methodis Youth Camp at Epworth Fores for many years. He and Mrs. Taylor have daughters, Carole, a graduate o Sullins junior college, who reside in Anderson; and Mrs. Martha Martin, of Alexandria, Va. They have one granddaughter. Examine 27 Women At Cancer Clinic , Twenty-seven women were ex amined at the monthly Cass Conn ty Cancer Detection clinic Thurs day morning at Memorial .hospit al. Dr. Earl Bailey and Dr. Sylvia Clm were the examining doctors Nurses who assisted under the di rection of Miss Gladys Brand •were Mrs. Judy Williamson, Mrs Mary Gallagher, Mrs. Sharon Barr, Mrs. Martha Wiler, am' Mrs. Ruth Davis. The next clinic 'will be helc July 5 at St. Joseph's hospita' Women desiring -appointment should call Mrs. William Holmes 3751, or Miss Brandt, 9904. DIVISION 1 PICNIC Members of Division 1, CWF of Ninth Street Christian church closed the season with a noon picnic at Dykeman; park with 1 attending. Hostesses were Ersie Burman Hattie Swartzwalder and Jennie Renkenberger. The short business session was conducted by the president, Lillii Pruitt. Devotions were offered b; Franklyn Smyser who used 'th theme "Time is a Wonderiu Commodity." Announcement was made 'o the general CWF tea on June 2 when new officers will be in stalled at the church. Division will be in charge of refresh menls. During a social hour, conies prizes were won by Letha Suil: van, Bertha Ingmire 'and Lelani" Grove. DEER CREEK CLUB 2 Twenty-one members and on guest attended the Wetlnesdaj afternoon meeting of the Dee Creek HD club No. 2 ,conducle< at the Deacon Grange hall. Kathryn Calclwell opened th session with the salutes to th flags led by Mary Peters. Th history of the song of the mont was read by Hazel Morgan wh also led in'group'singing. Lulu Miller gave prayer an roll call was answered with "m favorite TV program." Mrs, Mar garet Gust, of Olsens, displaye and talked on lingerie. Elsie Nelson gave a repor on the questions and answers o birth and death records. Hele Morgan gave an account of th Council meeting. The hostesses, Veronica am Naomi Plank, served refresh ments of punch and cookies. Th door prize was won by Mar Hines. • The next meeting will be Tues .day, July 3, when the 4-H girl and their mothers will be guests U.S. TEMPERATURES NEW YORK (UPD—The lowes temperature reported to the I S. Weather Bureau this mornin was 24 degrees at Drummont Mont, The highest r e p o r t e .Wednesday was 105 degrees a Presidio, Tex. Sheriff Candidate Spends $714.93 Several more candidates in the Cass primary election have filec their expense reports with County Clerk Clarence Settlemyre. Rob' ert Myers, candidate /for sheriff, led all of them' with $714.93 in expenses, • Lionel Davis, candidate for sheriff, reported his expenses totalec $682.72; Lee Dawson, candidate for county commissioner, report ed expenses of $367.74; and Pau Stuart, candidate for Jefferson township trustee, reported expenses of $4.80. James Riley. Thimlar, candidate for state representative, and Har ry G. Bowles, candidate for Clay township trustee, reported no ex pense. Thursday was the final.day foi filing the expense statements. Fidelity Chapter Stages Reception For Emma Maudlin ' A memorial service and a re ception in honor of Emma Maud lin were held when Fidelity chap ter No. 58, OES, held its stated meeting Tuesday evening. The meeting opened in regular form with Bclva Wilson presid ing in the East. The minutes were read by Helen Barnett, secretary followed .with the treasurer's report given by Ina Clemens am the sickness and distress repor by Betty Ellers, chairman. Invitation were read from three chapters: Walton No. 184 to attem friends night on June 14 with th local chapter's Martha as a.spe cial guest;. Converse No. 334 friends night on June 25 at p.m. with the local chapter's Adai as a special guest; and Ruth chapter, friends night on June 2 at 8 p.m. with the Marshall as a special guest. The chapter will hold a- rum mage sale on Friday from 5 tc 9 p.m. and' Saturday from 7 to noon.-Those wishing to assist a the sale or donate articles are to contact one of the committee members: Kathryn Lane, Cath erine Herd, Alice Long or Norma Beougher. Elizabeth Musselman announcec that the annual proficiency tests will be held in September. The test is open to members and offi cers.- Those wishing to take i are to contact her by July 1.' The worthy matron announcec that the district deputy will visi the chapter at the next meeting on June 19. Members are to bring desserts or salads for a smorgas bord following the meeting. A program honoring Emma Maudlin, grand representative o South Dakota in Indiana, was fea lured. Other grand representa lives present were: Dorothy Coul ter, Galveston granid 1 representa live to Virginia; and Melba Wil son, Wabash grand representa live to Maryland. The program was planned by Mary Dillman, 'Florence Bickell Minnie Wade, Irene Barber am Betty Ellers. The worthy matron stated- tha the office of grand representative is to promote goodwill between chapters. The program opened with a prelude given by Stewart Gordon past grand organist, followed wit a reading "I Want to Be Ar Actress," given by T e r r i Anr Brown. James Ellers sang a solo .ac companied by Janice Kitchell "Emma's Travels Through. 0ES' was presented by Nell Bradfield past, matron,; Marjbrie : Garr Louise Wolfe, past grand matron Grace Rader, past deputy, am Charles Humes, past grand pal ron. Emma Maudlin thanked thi chapter for the reception and pro gram and expressed gratitude fo the honor of representing Sout! Dakota in Indiana. She introduce^ the members of her family 1 anc thanked the chapter for her flow ers. Refreshments were served. The next meeting will be Jun 19. , . Summon Fired Ag Official WASHINGTON WD - The louse government, operations sub- lommittee. .today [Summoned an Agriculture Department official who was fired for his connections with Billie 'Sol Estes. , The subcommittee said Dr. 'ames T. Ralph would be the first witness at-resumption of hearings nto Estes' grain storage opera- ions. Ralph was an assistant .secre- ary in charge of the Agriculture Stabilization and Conservation Service, through which Estes vorked many of .his a 11 e g'.e d schemes. 'Ralph, was .demoted lasl Tebruary and was: training to be agricultural attache to the Pliilip- )ines when Secretary .Orville Treeman fired him. ' The, department said Ralph was ired because he charged personal telephone calls , to Estes. Ralph told United Press International that he charged three .elephone calls to a credit care e did not know belonged to Es- 3S. Other congressional news: 1 Aid: Senate Democratic leaders loped to muster enough votes to ward off a rthersetback to Pres iclent Kennrdy'.s $4.6 billion for eign aid bill. Democratic Leader Mike Mansfield, D-Mont., said h< would do his best to defeat a pro posed amendment, that would c'u $400 million out of the bill. Taxes: Senate liberals figure the House has given them a nev means of forcing action on t h < administration's tax reform bill They hoped to use a House-passei $4 billion tax extension bill to pry the reform measure out of the .Senate -Finance Committee. Washington Junior Workers Convene Twenty-six members of th Washington township Junior Work ers' held their regular weeklj meeting in the Washington schoo Wednesday at 1:30 p.m. The members answered roll cal with -the' name of their fa'vorit< book and demonstrations wer given by Sharon Short, Dian; Lohrman and Kathy Woolever. The pledge to the flag was lee by Barbara Maloney and the 4-1 pledge was led by Darla Burkhart The thought for the day was given by Kathy DeHaven. /Refreshments were served fo] lowing the session and the nex meeting was scheduled for 9 a.m June 13 al the same place. MEDICAL ASSISTANTS The Cass-Carroll Medical As sistants convened Tuesday even ing at' the 'office of Dr, E. L Hedde with Evelyn Sommers and Edna Eshelman serving as host esses. Marie Bigler gave a report on a board meeting she and Doroth; Morgan attended at Indianapolis Announcements were made o the National Convention to be helc in Detroit on September 27-3 and a symposium set for Octobe 21 at Shelbyville. .For the program, Betty Hyre showed slides and talked about Mediterranean cruise she took 'recently. A -social period followet the meeting. The next meeting on July 7 wi be on Lake Freeman at the col tage of Doris Sievers.. The death of a Huntington youth lortly before' midnight Wednes- ay has raised Indiana's 1962 ighway fatality toll to. at.least 44r compared with 403 this time a ear ago. Charles Lee Brown, 22, was filed in a two-car accident at the unction of U.S. 24 and the Lower [untington Road near Roarioke. Authorities said a car driven by )ren E. Simon, 51, Fort Wayne, nade a right turn from'the highway onto Huntington Road, The Brown car, traveling at a jgh rate of speed, sideswiped limon and continued 1 on through r guard and jumped a ditch, po- ice said. The Simon car. also rashed through, the -guard rail and landed on top of the .other vehicle, crushing the top and pinning the occupants inside. Brown- died of a skull fracture, lis passenger, Wilbur G. Christman, 26,.also of Huntington, was :realed arid' released) and Simon was reported in fair condition. Earlier,. a six-months-old boy was killed in a three-car accident. niomas,-D..Hollonian, Frankton, ,vas injured fatally .when a cat- driven by his father collided with REFORM BILL WASHINGTON (UPD- Senal liberals today felt .that the Hous had given them a new weapon t help-force action 'on Presiden Kennedy's controversial .tax re form bill. The weapon was a $4 billio tax - extension bill the Hous passed Wednesday. It would ex tend for another year the.excis taxes on liquor, beer, cigarette and telephone calls and maintai the Korean War corporate ta levy of 52 per cent. . Accept James Fogel For Medical School • E. James Fogel, son of Superin lendent and Mrs. Ernest Foge of the Logansport stale hospita will, receive his bachelor of sc: ence degree during the 121st an nual Commencement Monday a Denison university, Granville Ohio. He will enter the Indian university medical school in Sep tember. ' The youth was named to th Dean's-list for his senior yeai He was a head resident for th freshman dormitory this year an a junior advisor last year. ' PUfoCELL'S presents "ThePdmerY' Carmen on iDrums Barie o-n Piano with Boh Miller on iBass Enjoy Our Large Danca Floor FH.&Sat.Nites 9p.m. Til? Tues. Wed. Thurs. Carls at our Piano Bar Com* and Sing-A-Long Always fine Food Highway Deaths Climb Up to 441 wo other vehicles and slammed Into a tree at the/intersection of U.S. 31 and Indiana 47 in Hariiil- ,on County. Police said the father, Thomas W. Hollomah, 30; failed to stop oefore entering the intersection. Police also reported' the : death Tuesday/of Dawn Biiibish, -tf, R.R. 3, Valparaiso. .She died of injuries suffered Sunday in. a two-car collision in which nine other persons were injured, Miami Judge Suffers Heart Attack While Fishing Thursday PERU — Miami county Circuit- Court Judge Henry Bailey is a patient at Woodlawn hospital in Rochester after suffering a'heart attack while fishing Thursday morning on Lake Manitou. He was fishing with Richard Rhodes; Peru attorney, when he was stricken. He was rushed to the hospital where he was reported resting comfortably at noon. Judge Bailey, who has served Miami county for about 18 years, plans to retire:.at the and'of the current term as judge this year. Father's Day Is June 17 Dad will enjoy the cool.weightlessness of our well tailored shirts. We've short sleeves and long in his favorite collar. ,, v • ARROW Decton Shirt J ARROW Bastiste Oxford ARROW Decton Tabber $ROO FREE FATHER'S DAY GIFT WRAPPING Logansport, Indiana Pharos-Tribune Seven ACT NOW only 28 left to sell There -ore only ,28- of thesa Not'ion,ally Famous- SE'RiTA Mattresses end Box Springs left over from our Truokload Sale. 142 of these regular $59.95 Mattresses and Box Springs were (old in 2 days, so these won't last tang. . , Beauty and comfortable sleap at $21.95 'LESS thai, i-egular price. W-RST COME, TOST SERVED. Mon., Tues., Thurs., Sat., V a.m.-9 p.m. Wednesday a.m. to noon 'Friday a.m. to 9 p.m night 10 year guarantee NATIONALLY FAMOUS 510 COIL Quilt-top or smooth-top innerspring maM resses or matching box spring Full or twin iize WE HAVE SOLD HUNDREDS OF. MATTRESSES AND: BOX SPRINGS OF THIS SAME QUALITY KM* $59.95 . . . YOU SAVE $21.95, SO BETTER HURRY! We boughf all the top quality ticking a we.ll known fabric mill had and arranged for the Hirschman-Serta Mattress Company to use it in making up brand- new Serta mattresses, with the nationally'famous 510 coil Sertal spring unit, and matching box springs at a fraction of their, regular cost. These mattresses are -built, not stuffed. 510 heavy gauge coils provide extra firmness, so necessary for restful sleep. Padded on both sides; with Poly Foam for comforting softness. Pre-built padded borders prevent sagg ng and the plastic handles enable you to turn the mattress with ease. Air vents let mattress breathe and keeps it fresh. Quilt top is covered with baeuiiful print ticking and the button-free is covered with luxurious damask ticking. Box spring has extra firm coil unit which makes a perfect foundation for the mattress. Posture board over the coils gives extra firmness for that good-for- your-back comfort'. So hurry in today and save $21.95 ... remember- there aro only 28 pieces left and they'll! go fast. EOS T€ / 412 E. Market St.

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