Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on June 8, 1962 · Page 14
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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 14

Logansport, Indiana
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Friday, June 8, 1962
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Fourteen Logansport, Indiana Pharos-Tribune Walton Legion Unit Selects New Officers WALTON - Officers for the year were elected at a meeting of the American Legion member ship Thursday evening at the Legion Home. Robert G. Dutchess was named commander to succeed C. Richard Babb. Other officers chosen, all ol whom will serve one-year terms, are: Roger Rhodes, first vice commander; Richard Dixon, second vice commander; Richard Davis, finance officer; Charles Staub,, chaplain; Hobart Turner, sergeant at arms; Calvin Reinke, historian; Bobby Davis, service officer. .Delegates to the state convention which will be in South Bend July 12-15 are C. Richard Babb, Robert Dutchess and Bobby Davis. Alternates are: William Bishop, Meredith Baker and Hobart Turner. Commander Dutehess made the following appointments to head the various divisions of the Legion's program: Boys State, Hobart Turner; Boy Scouts, Nor- m'an Price; golf, William K. Turner; Civil Defense, Meredith Baker; Community Service, Bobby G. Davis; Bowling, Donmartin List Winners of Citizenship Awards Donald Kistler and Becky Spangler, ninth grade students at Fairview school, received American Legion citizenship awards at the school's recognition day program. The presentation to the two students was made by Bernard Rozzi. Scholarship certificates were presented by Norbert Kniesly, principal. Jill Jones, president of the student council, and James Wright, Hi-Y president, each gave recognition to their organizations. Music was provided by the junior high school band under the direction of William Marocco, and the ninth grade choir, directed by Mrs, Delores Echols. Lowry; Counter-subversive, Bob Baker; American Legion baseball, Joe Williamson; Patriotic Activities, Hobart E. Turner. Installation will be at 8:30 p.m. June 28 at the regular meeting with the past commanders of Cass County American Legion Post in charge. CLASS TO MEET The Kings Sons and Daughters class of the Methodist church will meet Tuesday, June 12 at 1:30 p.m. in the home of <Gdna McDonald. Lena Walker and Maude McHale will assist the hostess. WALTON OES Walton chapter of the Order Eastern Star will observe Friends Night at their regular meeting on Thursday, June 14 starting at 8 p.m. Those serving on the committee for the event are Marjorie Speitel, Mary Sperry, Helen Babb, Betty Sturm, Phyllis Ward, Billie Davis, Mabel Bratton, Home and Ruth Bernhardt, Jean Barker, Alice Deniston, Beulah Hall, Mildred Miller, Elizabeth Schlegelmilch, Barbara Ferguson, Josephine Little, Olive Gibson, Marie Kaiser, Catherine Conn. PERSONALS Eight members attended the War Mothers meeting when it -met recently at the library. They'ac- cepted an invitation to attend a reception for the state president, Mrs. Gladys Bowyer, to be held June 10 from 2 p.m. until 4 p.m. at Memorial Home in Logansport. Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Binney Jr. and family of Logansport and Airman 2C Don Binney and wife of Keesler AFB, Biloxi, Miss., were dinner guests Monday evening of Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Binney. Mrs. Willard Logan has been dismissed from St.- Joseph Hos- sital at Kokomo. Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Green and son Jack of Logansport; Mr. and Mrs. Clark Snell, Mrs. Stella Venard and Mr. and Mrs. Orel Small picnicked at Winamac recently. Mattress and Bed Destroyed by Fire A mattress and a bed were destroyed by fire in a house owned by Robert Griffin at 1524 Douglas St., at 3:37 a.m. Friday. Firemen said the fire was started when Mrs. Jack Girton went to sleep smoking 'a cigarette. .There was no other damage and no one was injured. Fire believed to have started from a short in a headlight destroyed the front of a motorcycle parked on a parking lot at a tavern at 97 Burlington Ave. at 11:35 p.m. Thursday. Owner of the motorcycle is unknown. V. F. W. ^HBBHB., DANCE SAT., JUNE 9 9:30'tiH 2:30 Music by PRANK PARENT! Family'Play Nile Thursday of sisted Notice I will not be responsible lor debts contracted for by any other than myself. —Aura LaPhon Overmyer, Kewanna, Ind. NUTR1-BIO DIETARY FOOD SUPPLEMENT 1100 N. 3rd Phone 3050 Free Delivery—Loan Booklets Available for Study of Our Program. PURiCELL'S presents "The Palmer's" Carmen on 'Drums Earle on'Piano . with Bob Miller on i&ass Enjoy Our Large Donco Floor Fri. & Sat. NHes 9p.m. Til? Tues. Wed. Thurs. Earle at our Piano Bar Come and Sing-A-long Always fine Food ST. JAMES CHURCH BIBLE SCHOOL TO BEGIN MONDAY "Let's Learn About God" is the theme of the annual Vacation Bible School at the St. James Lutheran church. The program, for children ages 4 through .14, will begin Monday and extend through June 22 when an evening'program will be presented for parents and friends. A picnic will be held at Riverside Park next Friday. Classes will.be held from S to 11 a.m. Monday through Friday: Activities will include lessons, handicraft projects and games. Refreshments will. be served daily. Directors of tha school are Marie Fosler and Sue Jacko. The music' director is Lee Germ, as- by Janet Walls, Linda Llewellyn and Nancy Olson. Margaret Meyer is the visual aid director and Mary Harmon is transportation chairman. Teachers and helpers for the classes are. as follows: Nursery- Ann Burrows, assisted by Kose Kohls, Marjorie Meyer, Rebecca Scott and Connie Studebaker; Primary—Helen Fowler, assisted by Sue Kiesling, Mary Lay- mem, Betty Pfaff, Virginia Quade and Diedre Burgman. Junior—Marion Baade, assisted by Carolyn Moore, Susan Becker and Kathy Kniesly; Junior high- Julie Easterday, assisted by Marcia Laymon,' Mary Harmon and Linda Llewellyn. Craft directors are -Sue Jacko- and Jo Ellen Porter. Serving on the refreshment committee 'are Lorotta Kiesling and. Helen Schumacher, 1 and Dorothy Curtz and Arveila Erdman are secretaries. Publicity director is Betty Muehlhausen. Other helpers are Paul "erni, John Hill and Keith Schumacher. U.S. TEMPERATURES ' iNEW YORK (UPI)-The lowest temperature, reported to the U.S. Weather Bureau this morning was 31 degrees at Ely, Nev. The highest recorded Thursday was 105 degrees 'at Presidio, Tex. RTPHOISTERING] 2018 NORTH STREET PHONE 4/a? FOR OVER 25 YEARSI "ROSS REID Roof s'em Right" Ph. 3388 Estimates Free DIAL... 4948 or 21162 FOR CARRYOUT Broasted Chicken Delightfully Different 4 pcs. $1 8 pcs. $1.85 16 pcs. $3.55 AT Zoubul's Oasis U. S. 24 at West Linden WE USE GRADE A Gov't. Inspected Chickcm Mrs. McCain Director of GOP Women Mrs. Fred McCain, poute 1, Camden, Carroll county Republican vice chairman, was elected second district director of the Indiana Federation of Republican Women's clubs at the biennial state meeting of the group Thursday in the Claypool hotel, Indianapolis. . Mrs. Mary Ann Carr, Rochester, was elected a delegate to the National Federation of Republican Women's clubs. MJRS. CLARE B. WILLIAMS, Washington, D. C,,,vice chairman of the National Republican Committee, was the .principal speak-' er. • • . Eight members of the Cass county Republican Women's club attended the meeting. They are Mrs. Ada Arnold, Cass,GOP vice chairman; Mrs, Lowell Fiedler, president of the club; Mrs. Susan Campbell, Mrs. Herbert Fi-"sK- our, Mrs. Katie Nipple, M il- ton Collett, Mrs.. Leland ...uith, and Mrs. Don Freehafer. MONTICELLO COUPLE PLANS ANNIVERSARY MONTICELIiO—An Open house will,be. held in observance of the 50th wedding anniversary of.Mr. and Mrs. M. .C. Erwin, 'of 305 North Main Street on 'Sunday, June 10. . ' They, have nine children and 20 grandchildren. Miss Sharon Andrews, daughter of. Mr. and Mrs.,W. R; Andrews of Montieelld, was installed , as Worthy Advisor of Moriticelio Assembly No., 42, International Order of the. Rainbow for Girls on Monday evening, May 28th at the Masonic Hall. Stephen .Batzkai; son of Arthur Batziia of East Monticello will leach art in the Cambridge City Consolidated Schools this fall.' He recently received his Bachelor of Science degree from Manchester College in North Manchester, Indiana. Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Cramer of Idaville received a phone call Erom their son stationed at Altus Air 'Force Base in Oklahoma, telling them that he had been promoted to A/2c (Air Police). Washington Twp. Farm Bureau to Meet on June 12 The Washington township Farm Bureau will meet June 12 at 8 p.m. at the school, D. D. Hanifer, Farm Bureau fieldman, will show slides and dis. cuss the use of chemical in control of weeds and insects.' The Pet and Hobby Club members will meet with their leaders. The committee in charge of the meeting include Mr. and Mrs. Charles Rush, Mr. and Mrs. Herman Bauer, Mr. anil Mrs. Bob ialdwell, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Jay and Mr. and Mrs. James Martin. Myers Greenhouse. Dial : (11:00 a.m. to 9:00 p.m. only) SATURDAY SPECIAL Broasted Chicken COMPLETE DINNERS | / Broasted $| flfl 72 Chicken I.UU (4 PCS.) Choice of Potatoet, Salad Rolls and BuMar. I/ Broasted $| AA 72 Chicken I.UU CARRY OUT DINNERS 25c packaging charg* for any ill* carry out order. (4 Pec.) Your choice of potato*!, salad, rolls and butter. LUNCH BASKET 309 E. Market Phone 4958 PLUMBlNGiHEATING 415 StkST - €x»«y PARKING ALaW DON SCHMIDT SUNDAY DINNER Roasted Turkey with Celery Dressing Swiss Steak and Brown Gravy SALAD POTATOES DESSERT COFFEE Only $1.00 MARY ANN STEAK HUT 918 North Third St. , Dial 5988 FLOOR AND WALL COVERINGS We carry -nationally famous brands—San- dran; Armstrong; Bonney Maid vinyl plas-. tics—6 and 12 ft. wide. Rock bottom prices. Free estimates. Measure your floors. 315 Fourth Sf. Easy Terms Dial 2762 In Memory of Jennie Morris, who passed away'l year ago today: Loving and kind in all her ways, Upright and just to the end of her days. Sincere and true in her heart and mind, A. beautiful memory she left behind. She had a nature you could not help loving, A heart that was purer than gold. And to those who knew her and loved her, Her memory will never grow old. Sadly missed by children and grandchildren. HALLMARK FATHER'S DAY CARDS DON'T FORGET DAD COOMB'S GIFTS WALTON, IND. Brinks to Attend Kiwanis Convention Richard Brink, vice president of the local Kiwanis club, and Mrs. Brink will attend the-47th annual convention of Kiwanis International in Denver, Colo., June 10-14. ' Work to be accomplished at the convention will include election of officers. for 1962-63—a president, a president-elect, a treasurer, and six trustees—recognition" of top clubs and top Kiwanis districts (there are thirty) throughout the United States, Canada and, Mexico for contributions to their individual communities, and the adoption of resolutions upon which the organization's 1962-63 community service program will be" based. I. R. Witthuhn.'Milwaukee, Wisconsin businessman and president of Kiwanis International, will orcside. Marie White Fire Ins. Ph. 2491 RUBBER STAMPS Made In Our Own Plant 2-DAY DELIVERY CHRONICLE PRINTING CO. 417 Market Ph. 4362 At KQSCh's you can get Vegetable Dust Rose Dust Bean Beetle Dust with Sevin Veg. Dust with Sevin Weed Killers Ross Root Feeders , KASCH'S Pet and Lawn Supply m 524 E. Market Phone 4328 • GERANIUMS Petunias and all kind of bedding plants, vegetable and flower plants b*sf varieties, potted tomatoes, delphinium, painted and shasta dailies, sweet william, baby breath, bleeding hearts, cli- matis and other perennials. MARKERT'S GREENHOUSE 1529 Pleasant Hill No Delivery Free! Vi gal. EVERY SUNDAY YOUR FAVORrTE SUNDAY PAPER with the purchase of Hawthorn Mellociy ICE CREAM 89c 'S 13th & BROADWAY PHONE 5966 Big Time Jazz-Dick QuigJey RALPH FLANIGAN - STAN KENTON - GENE KRUPA THE SIGNATURES — JONA JONES -ALL ENDORSE HIM If you like jau—You'll find it hero. LIVE MUSIC —JttANIQING—- TRU-BLUES 5 PC. COMBO 9AiMTilU.lN!EXIT!DiAY NEW OAlNOE iRL'OOR - AIR lOONOIiTliON ED Cold iBeer—Hot iMuiic-:Go|od iMixed IDpinks-ftViines BENNY D'lANQREA JACK iSMAILL T-T-BAR—J Friday Evening, June 8, I9B?. CAMDEN TOWN PROPERTY PUBLIC AUCTION I mil offer at Public Auction my home, located on a beautiful, large corner lot one block east of the gym in Caraden on SATURDAY, JUNE 9,1:30 p.m. Semi-modern-4-room house, full basement, fu'.;l bath, nice pin« floors. This house is in good state of repair with several young, large shade trees. House is now empty and possession can be'had. TERMS: 20% cash on day of sale. Balance due and payable upon receipt of deed.and abstract showing ftisurable and merchant!- ble title. Taxes for 1961, due and payable in 1962, will be paid by seller. All taxes thereafter to be paid by purchaser. Interested parties can inspect property upon request. Contact RINEHART Auction & Real Estate C». FLORA: Phones 967-3911 or 967-3951. MRS. MINNIE A. MAXWELL, OWNIJR GOING STRONG Since 1889 wo've been making monuments right here in Logansport and setting them all over the state of Indiana. We're still (he same family doing the same good work. We Guarantee AH Our Work • Billman Monument Co. 1137 Pleasant Hill Phone 2391 PRESCRIPTION PRICES at the CENTRAL DRUG STORE ARE AS LOW AS ANY IN TOWN CALL 3131 for free deliver/ ... every dny at 5:00 P.M. (immediate delivery in emergencies) CARRY-OUT SPECIALS SEVEN DAYS EVERY WEEK 4 BREADED LOINS YOUR CH3ICE t FISH Only $11.00 4 CHEESEBURGERS FREE , | b . fREhlcH FR)BS 5 HAMBURGERS with taA ;t|) . ria | Mix 'em if you wish. Extra sandwichos may be haii : 'at samt savings. Extra French Fries, 1 Ib. 25c. MARY ANN STEAK HUT 918 N. 3rd • Dial 5988 K JZ^ ^ ^— I * YTtil TANTALIZING TROLLIING Only Sea-Horse gives you Oyrtanurtf'iraal Daearfgri JUST THE THIWfJ FOR DAD Father's'Day June T7lft TIME PAYMENTS AVAILABLE-Stt Ihem n»w of Logansport MARINE SALES Hiway 24 & W. Linden Ave. YELLOW CREEK PICKLE 'PIMENTO 1OAF : lb. 49c 'MACARONI AND CHEESE IOAIF HJb. 49c HONEY LOAF Lb. 89c ELOO WIENERS Lb. 49c PLATTER SLICED BACON (Thick or Thin Ib. 49c SLICfNG OOILOGNA Ib. 39e COOKED SALAMI ib. S9c ONION LOAF I'b. 69e ROASTED SAUSAGE Lb. 59c COUNTY LINE CHEESE Lb. 59c CENTER SLICED HAM '.M>. 89c GROUND BEEF Lb. 39e T-JBONE STEAK ... . '. Ib. 99c CLUB STBAK Lb. B9e HAM SALAD (Our Own) Ib. 49c POTATO SALAD (Our Own) . Ib. 49e ECKR1CH MEATS BA'R-JB-Q HONiBY !, 'PiEPIRERlOiAF , .' IB. 89* MILK RAY'S OR DEAN'S Plus Deposit , BREAD ^- —•— —• —— -^ HOLSUM OR COLONIAL O T/4LB. 114-U. QO Loaves 7OC Z Loaves Everyday Price at Smith's • POTATOES CASS CO. GROWN 10LB. 59* BAG TOMATOES .HOT HOUSE 39c POUND GREEN ONIONS «• Bunches ITl» SNOW CROP GREEN PEAS 10 OZ. IPKGS. 39c Pork Chops CENTER CUT 59 LB. End Cut 39 MER-DEL'S ICE CREAM ORANGE PINEAPPLE QUALITY jr(» Vi GALLON . . O7C LEMON .RIPPLE MER-DEL o|j Vi GALLON . . O7C Thank You! 1 DAY PHOTO FINISHING SERVICE AND PHOTO SUPPLIES I American Express Money Orders At All Times Smith's Market 17th and George St. Plune 3378 Open Until 10 p. m.—Sundays and Week !?ay»

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