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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 14

Logansport, Indiana
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Sunday, June 10, 1962
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PAGE FOURTEEN JOSEPHINE LOWMAN Consider Two Changes in Attitude to Attain Charm Why is it that one woman is remembered forever while anoth er is forgotten almost immediately? It is probably because she has that indefinable quality calla charm, that aura which lingers on long after she has left.' - It would be as impossible to concoct a sure-fire formula for magnetic personality as it woulc be to formulate one for happiness Charm consists of many charac teristics and attitudes, and also an elusive something which escapes the pen and the typewriter, Charm is actually a way of life It is not just saying the right thing at the right time, or doing the right thing at the right time Charm rises from the deep wells df the spirit and the heart anc the infinite variety of the mind. What and Why . ; Some people are born charming while others must work to acquire this blessing. I suppose the best Way to analyze charm, in order to discover a few hints for ourselves, is to consider objectively those we think of as charming. What makes them different? Why do they stand out from others? We are always happy to' see them. They give Us a lift. They encourage our every effort and riiake us feel attractive and worthwhile because of their interest in NUTRI-BIO DIETARY FOOD SUPPLEMENT 1100 N. 3rd Phone 3650 Free Delivery—Loan Booklets Available for Study' of Our Program. HALLMARK FATHER'S DAY CARDS DONT FORGET DAD OOOMIE'S GIFTS WALTON, IND. ^ N'* $ •V 1 CONSIDER TWO-LOWMAN ne. Charm is indefinable quality. what we say and what we are dong. Their appreciative sense of tumor makes us feel witty. Their x>sitive attitudes and thoughts ave us temporarily from any negative ones we may have. Life s COMFORTABLE when they are near, and it also is exciting. Those 'harming folks lift life out of the >rdinary and bring out the best in us.. Charming people are enthusias PRESCRIPTION THE PHAROS-TRIBUNE and LOGANSPORT PEESS, LOGANSPOBT, INDIANA tic people; They can be enthusi astic about everything, whether it be a special soup they hadl a lunch, or something more important. The woman who is enthusiastic leaves a bit of radiance behind her. Variety The charmer is full of variety. A woman becomes humdrum-and makes life humdrum for others if she doesn't have a change of pace in her make-up. She is a gay companion at one time, the solicitous friend, wife or mother, or ; sister, at another. She is an understanding listener, a student and a jazz band, all rolled into one. The charming woman is sincerely appreciative and expresses her appreciation readily. She is keenly aware', of the people and the world about her and, therefore, derives pleasure and stimulation torn the small happenings in daily life as well as the big ones. Two Changes How does a. woman become charming if she didn't happen to )e born that way? It seems to me that two simple changes in at- itude would -take .her. a long way oward that, goal because, these would give her many of the characteristics mentioned above. 1. Look out instead of in. That akes care of just about every- hing. ! 2. Stay acutely aware of the Irama, poignancy, joy, stimula- lon and humor in everyday life. ~ake each day as it comes and ive it fully with awareness and ielf-investment We are all apt to allow our own iroblems, fatigue, discouragement or hurry, to make us insen- ible to those about us. Come to hink of it, all this applies to hap- )iness as well as charm! CROSSWORD PUZZLE .*"•*«•««Y«.t.rday. P U «I. SUNDAY, JUNE 10,19O ACROSS 6-Iron , ,11-Showy 13-Sly look I4-Hindu ejaculation It-Native of Bosnia 17-Beast of burden 18-Fruit seed 20-Frult of oafc 21-Hlnt S2-Sui>erclliou« person- - 34-UnIt of Siamese currency 25-Make,* lace 2G-A continent 28-Acaderalo subjects 20-Impollte 30-Conjunctlon 31-Slnsrle instance 32-TJproar 84-Woody plant 35-Tibetan gazelle 8«-Slay 38-Bcam 38-Blaza 41-Slen of zodiac «- Suffix: pertaining to 43-Starop upon 45-Collego degree Cabbr.) IG-Furrowed 4S-Irioline« 60-Weird Cl-Rcmalni •-Printer'. measure 9-Agentfl Id-Males and females, collectively 12-Hlude * 13-Surround 16-Memorandum 19-Seriea of contests Zl-Maroh plant 23-Man's name 25-Itaverse 27-Poem 28-ExcIamaUon 30-Walkn heavily 31-Prophet 32-Suds' 33-Covered with Icy glaze : M-Worthless thing (slang) anraiaa ana saaaa saaa HIHH HSSQ ana tanga [amass, as ana aaa QH HHHSE^SBH mmm ppsasiig BOH Baa BBHaa GUIS SB-Merry 37-Clayey earth 40-Cloth measure (pi.) 43-Preflx: .- double «4-Consume ^-Conjunction 40-A continent (abbr.) TomoiTow: "Three Strikes Igainst You If You're Always Ex lausted." (Eeleasedl by The Register and Tribune Syndicate, 1962) Lei* Bell Wilson, Of Chili, Expires; Services At Roann PERU-Lela Bell Wilson, 85, of Chili, died at the Peru Nursing Home at 11:30 p.m. Friday following several months' illness. Born in Peru, Jan. 15, 1877 she was the daughter of James and- Mary (Moor) Sturges. She -was married to Charles E. Wilson on Nov. 3, 1910 and he died June 29, 1930. Survivors include a daughter, Mrs. Calvin Kotterman-of Chili; two grandchildren. A daughter, two brothers and a sister preceded her in death. Mrs, Wilson had lived in Chili for 45 years. She was a member of the Presbyterian church in Peru. Funeral services will be held at These Prices Effective Thru Wednesday Night On/y KROGER LOW PRICES Eastgate Plaza Hygrade, Smoked Sliced Beef 3-oi. Pkg. 29 Campbell Tomato Soup Can 10 Fresh Kroger, Lean Ground Beef CAUTION! COMPARE QUALITY AS WILL AS PRICE Kro0«r Ground B«ef contain! mo'r« l«on rod biof, for l«n fat than othur branai. That'i your aisuranc* of better flavor ond value every lime, FROZEN FOOD SALE Frigldette Brand Frozen Peas 10-oz. Pkg. Ruth Lyons' 50-50 Club Special Fresh Kroger Baked, 5c Off Label Sandwich or Wiener Buns FrigideHe Brand Corn Extra Fancy Quality, Whole Kernel Yellow ° 2 Mr. G. Brand Frozen 10-oz. mm ' ' • mm m lu-oz. French Fries. ?. Frigidette Cut and Frozen 10-oz. Green Beans.?. Crisp, Golden Fresh Carrots 2 1-Lb. Wltec&t Turtle Hassock Protect furniture .delight youngsters with this gay cushion that's perfect for TV. Use scraps—the „ brighter the )etter—for this plumply paddec TV turtle. Pattern 504: pattern lieces;' directions 15V4xl9-inch cushion. Thirty-five cents (coins) for this pattern.— add 10 cents foi each pattern for Ist-class mail Send to Laura Wheeler, care ol Logansport Press 333, Needle- 'craft Dept., P.O. Box 161, Old Chelsea Station, New York 11, N. Y. Print plainly PATTERN NUMBER, NAME, ADDRESS anfl ZONE. THE FIRST TIME! 1200 designs in our 1962 Neediecraft Catalog —biggest ever! Pages, pages, pages—fashions, accessories to knit,- crochet, sew, weave, embroider, quilt. See jumbo knits, cloths, spreads, toys, linens, afghans; free patterns, Only 25 cents. There are about 18,000 professional foresters in the United States. PlUMBINGiHEATING animal • 3-Indennlte article 4-Catch (colloq.) 6-Portico e-Plot 7-Hurrled juucr. »y umten feature syndicate. Inc. True Life Adventures r "1 mrfta'&nmd OP THE WHITE ASH UNTO- WINTER. THEN THESE UTT1-E V^lNeEC? SKIERS •FAU-.... ... ANPARE SWEPT "BV ^?«/^^n7S ALONG TMfe SNOW TO 'FAT? -ROOTIINQ 'Pi-ACES. BEAN F*ODS SS*L.n; ANT7 EA42H HAU= TWISTS IN AN OPPOSITE T7TK&GT1ON TO THE SEEPS Wm-ilM. p.m. Monday with he Rev. C. F. Golden officiating Jurial will be in the Chili ceme Friends may call at the funera' lome after noon today. Contributors Name Groups To Benefit PERU—The board of director of Contributors, Inc., 'has unan imously approved the 20 organ] zations recommended by OIs bal : anced program committee. Letters are now being sent, tc the presidents of the various or ganizations by President of Con tributors, Donald J. Bailey, in forming them that their groups have been selected by the bal anced program committee. Purpose of the Contributors, Inc., is to educate the individua donor of his responsibility to the many agencies working for him by presenting a total picture to him at one time, to act as his authorized agent and guarantee the delivery of his contribution to the agencies of his free choice and to perform this education and distribution service-for contributors at a single time for the benefit of both the contributors and the service-agencies. The organizations selected as those deserving of Miami County's complete support during the fund raising drive next October include the Peru YMCA, -American Social Health Association, Inc., Boy Scouts of America, Three Rivers Council, City of Hope, Delta Theta Tau Dental Clinic, Tribal Trails Girl Scout Council, Miami County Association for Mental .Health, Miami County Council for Mentally Retarded Children,'United "Cerebral Palsy of Indiana, Inc., United Service Organizations, Inc., and the Salvation Army. Also the American Red Cross, American Cancer Society, Mesh- ungomesia Council, Inc., Boy Scouts of America, American Heart Association, Miami County Society for Crippled Children and Adults, Inc., Muscular Dystrophy Associations of America, Inc., the National Foundation, Miami County Tuberculosis. Association and National Multiple Sclerosis Society. It was pointed out that the board recommendation does not mean that all the organizations are bound to accept the money that has been collected by Contributors. Read the Want Ads! "Red rr Newhouse r 51 r Former Peru Athlete, Dies, Rifes Monday PERU-Alfred D. (Red) Newhouse, 51 of 69 E. Sixth St., died at 4 p.m. Friday at Dukes Hospital due to a heart block. He had undergone major surgery Wednesday. Born in Akron, Ind., Jan. 26 1911 he was the son of Ambrose F. and Faye (Strong) Newhouse He was married to Sudie Miller on Feb. 15,1940 and she survives Other survivors include three sons and a daughter, all at home, Chris, Phil, Richard and Babette; and a sister, Mrs. Ralph Hicks of Kofcorao. He was a salesman for the hicago Cycle Company and a member of the First Beptist Church. He was a Peru high school athlete and also played football at Indiana University, University of Arizona and Southern California. Funeral services will be held Logan Chapter No.2R.A.M. Stated Convocation Monday, June llth at 7:30 p. m. Mark Master Degree 8:30 p. in. All Companions welcome. Charles F. Eichausehr, H. P. in the Eikenberry Funeral Home at 2 p.m. Monday with Dr. Gary Allbritten officiating. Burial will be in Mount Hope cemetery. Friends may cull at the funeral home^after 2 p.m. this afternoon. Nettie Holcom Rites To Be At Peru Church PERU — Funeral services for Mrs. Nettie Holcom, 79, of 174 Boulevard, will be held in the St. James B.U.B. church at 2 p.m. Monday with the Rev. C. Samuel Overmyer officiating. Burial will be in the Mount Hope cemetery. Friends may call at the Brookman funeral 'home and at the church one hour 'before the service, i FOROVER2SYEARSI "ROSS REID Roofs 'em Right" Ph. 3388 Ettimotes Fre* At Kasch's you can get • Vegetable Diist • Rose Dust • Bean BeeUe Dust with Sevin • Veg. Dust with Sevin • Weed Killers • Ross Root Feeders KASCH'S Pet and Lawn Supply 524E. Market Phone 4328 Dr. Leo Cahalan - Dr. Joe Closson CAHALAN ANIMAL HOSPITAL RFD 4, Logansport— % Mile North on SR 25 Ph. 2751 Boarding Kennel BOARDING $1 PER DAY BATHING $2 CLIP ANt> BATH $5 GLADYS O. MONEY 3516 Hy. 24 6. Ph. 3639 Chronicle Printing Co. S NOT EXPENSIVE » Phone 4362 Rpmber S nrer THE LOWEST PRICED TRANSISTOR RADIO RCA VICTOR HISTORY <3>k**<. 3658 AL aW DON SCHMIDT • 6 Transistors, 2 Diodes • Non-breakable "Impac" case • Exclusive "High-T" circuits • Golden Throat Sound YOUR AUTHORIZED RCA VICTOR DEALER PllfMBINlG-HEATlMG-APPLIA^CES-JTV STORE HOWS: WON., TUE'S,, WED., ITHDIRS., (9AIT., 8 a. m. to 6 p. m 512 North ifiRUDAY 8 u. m. to 9 p. m. Phone a*258

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