Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on June 7, 1962 · Page 11
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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 11

Logansport, Indiana
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Thursday, June 7, 1962
Page 11
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Thursday Evening, June 7,1962. Install Officers Of Eagles Lodge Officers for the coming year were installed at ceremonies Wednesday night at the Eagles lodge. Paul Boyd became Worthy President, succeeding E. C. Allen who will become Junior Past Worthy President. The' installation was conducted by F; W. Hepperle and Carl W. Zimmerman. Other officers installed were: James Pursch, vice-president; Robert Hickle, chaplain; George R. Bender, secretary for three years; Herb Farrer, treasurer; Richard Donnelly, worthy conductor; Larry Mason, inside guard; Chester D. Scheets, trustee for two years, Paul Farrer, trustee for three years and holdover trustee Ray Ristedt. The new head of the local Eagles Aerie listed, committee appointments for the year as fol lows: Auditing—L1 o y d Musselman, chairman; Mike Musselman, C. W. Zimmerman. Christmas Party—Herb Farrer, chairman. Eagles Picnic—Harry Dunphy, chairman. Membership directors—Robert Hickle, chairman; C. R. Berndt; C. E. Coder, Jim Pursch, Richard Donnelly, F. W. Hepperle, G. R. Bender, Oral Hicks, Paul Farrer, E. C. Allen, Paul Brandt, Jack Wildermuth, L. A. Wilson, R. L. Moss, Robert Grant, Larry Mason, Herbert Rice, Robert Ayers, Firman Strauch, A. L. Tyre. Finance—F. W. Hepperle, chairman; E. C. Allen, Robert Hickle, James Humes, Membership Security—Leonard Foster, chairman; James Pursch, Richard Donnelly, John Hurlburt. Entertainment—R o b e r t Gust, chairman; E. C. Allen, Pete Grantham, Nick Smith, C: E. Coder, Robert Hickle, Ray His tedt, Bob Dillon, E. J. Bender, Herb and Paul Farrer, Leonard Foster, Larry Mason, Don Maple, John Hurlburt, Tom Cowell, C. D. Scheets, Lawrence Read, Tom Vilello, John Fife, John Shelhart. Publicity—Harry Rinier, chairman; G. R. Bender, Jim Pursch, Art Fross. Investigating—E. C. Allen, chairman; Richard Donnelly, Robert Hickle, Larry Mason. Athletics—Jack Steinman, chairman; Harry Dunphy, G. R-. Bender, Lloyd Musselman, James Bender. • Sick and Visiting—G. R. Bender, chairman; Pete Grantham. _ Jobs after 40—Richard Donnelly, Robert Hickle, Tom Cowell, James Pursch. Patron Eagles— C. E. Coder, Jim Pursch,. Richard Donnelly, Larry Mason, John Simons, R. R. Randolph. Membership Foundation—Lloyd Musselman, chairman; G. R. Bender. Youth Guidance—Ray Ristedt, chairman; Lloyd Musselman, Art Fross, Tom Cowell, Herb Farrer. Trial—C. R. Berndt, chairman; L. F. Brenner, C. D. Scheets, Paul Farrer, Art Fross. Patron Eagle awards for the year went to Fred Edgerly, W. N. Scott, Gale Black, Robert J. Dougherty, Melvin Auker, Edgar S. Sloop, Donald Klein, Harry T. McElheny, .Ollie Jones, Chauncey A. Schmidt. BACK TO HORSEMEAT BLOOMINGTQN, 111. <UPI)The lions' share of the food al Bloomington. Zoo .will rem horsemeat. The lions began eating beefsteak several days ago when a farmer donated three cows which had been killed by lightning, bui the state agriculture department stepped in because the zoo hac no license to dispose of the bodies of animals. Religious Awards to 51 Scouts Thirty-three Boy Scouts and 18 Girl Scouts received Catholic religious awards in a ceremony Sunday at St. Vincent's church. The 'Scouts, representing ' parishes in the Lafayette Diocesan, were presented with the awards by Msgr. John.P. Schall, pastor at St. Vincerft's.. THE BOY SCOUTS received the Ad Altare Dei award and the Gir Scouts, the comparable Marian award. Assisting in the ceremony were Father Thomas Fox, Lo- gasport, deacon; Father Kenneth Raczek, Crawfordsville, sub-deacon; and Father Charles Muller, Frankfort, diocesan youth director. Boy Scouts from Logansport receiving the award were Steve Bridle ,and John Perrone, both members of St. Vincent's Troop 27. . ' Five Boy Scouts ,from - Bunker Hill Air Force Base were recipients of the 'award. They are: Patrick Graham, Troop 69; Eva rice Mire, Troop 69; Rober Knowles, Troop 74; Douglas E Wood, Troop 69; and David Faul ise, Troop 69. Eleven Girl : Scouts from Troop 7, St. Vincent's church, receivet the Marian award. They are Bren,da Rozzi, Martha Medland Janice Trinnen, Gloria Bell, Mary Frances Nudi, Linda Graybeal Diana Bucks, Carolyn Buttice Barbara Brugh, Vicki Rozzi an< Jayne Myers. FINDS TTS WAY BACK LONDON (UP!)—The Sev. Gor don Girling got back the umbra! la he left at a parishioner's house nine months ago from a woma parishioner who bought it at rummage sale. "I assume," the minister saic "that the people with whom I lei it didn't know to whom it reallj belonged." intons .40 BE. MARKET ST. ^ SUNDAY, JUNE 17th "Give Dad Shirts" MEN'S Nationally Known 'B.V.D/ SHORT SLEEVE Sport Shirts Wash 'n Wear Fabrics, regular and button down collars. Sizes S-M-L. .99 Plaids Checks Stripes fancies Solids 2 Men's B.'V.D. DRESS SHIRTS Wash 'n wear f dacron & cotton fabric m Short sleeves. White only. 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