Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on November 3, 1957 · Page 52
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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 52

Logansport, Indiana
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Sunday, November 3, 1957
Page 52
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PAGE TWENTY-FOUR THE PHAROS-TRIBUNE and LOGANSPORT PRESS, LOGANSPORT, INDIANA . SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 3, 1957 K of C DANCE FOR TEENS—The first Adult Teen Age Dance was held in the K. of C. Hall Thursday evening sponsored by the Knights of Columbus for children from the three Catholic parishes. Joseph Grunzinger was general chairman of the event which was attended by close to two hundred young people. (Staff Photo,) I Ladies met In tne nome of Mrs. Don Pheiffer Thursday afternoon [or their October meeting. Mrs. Orley Winger, and Mrs.Sam Leadh assisted Mrs. Pfeiffer. The meeting was opened by the president, Mrs. Clarence Mikesell, with community singing and devotions by Mrs. Pfeiffer. Mrs. Adda Sanders.gave a Halloween poem and roll . call was answered with "What ' I Like About Autumn". The secretary's report was given by Mrs. Clarence Horn' and the treasurer's report was read by Mrs. Lavoy Hoffman. Thank you card was read from Mr. and Mrs. John Gordon thanking 'the ladies for the gift that was given them-in honor of their golden wedding anniversary. The safety lesson was given by Mrs. Walter Safford. Mrs. Mikesell gave some of the highlights- of the district meeting held in Crown Point recently. There will be no meeting in. November, but the Christmas will VOCATIONS DAY—Mrs. Florence Daggy, of the Public Stenographic Service, discusses office work with several LHS seniors during the Vocations Day held Friday at the high school. Twelve professional persons were present to taJk to the seniors from 12:50 to 2:4 p.m. ' ' (Staff Photo.: Wintsmat ' WINAMAC—The annual meeting of the Pulaski county 4-H Fair . Association will be held in the courtroom Wednesday evening, November 6 at 8 p.m. A different approach is being made in selecting the members of the Fair Board. A committee is at work in each township and will select a man'and woman to represent their townships on a 4-H Fair Committee. This will make a committee of .21 members .if- all townships cooperate. The executive committee will then be selected from-the 24 member committee. The public is invited to attend this meeting and bring ideas and suggestions for the improvement of the fair. A business transaction was completed recently in -which Mrs. Jessie Fitz purchased from Mrs. Goldie Brewer, the store and building at the corner of Logan and Main. Mrs. Fitz is moving .the grocery which she/operated in her home on Franklin street known as the Home Grocery to the new location. The'-store is to'continue under the name of Home Grocery. A county wide.free chest clinic will be 'held in Winamac on Wednesday, Nov. 6, sponsored by the PulasM County Health Association.' It will be conducted by Dr. War-! ren Tucker, chest specialist of In- 1 dianapolis, in the office of the] try for National Merit Scholarship county health nurse, on the second awards. Results of the tests will also be used by most of the col- floor of the court house, from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Dr. Tucker will be assisted by County Health Nurse Mrs. Esther Adams and Mrs. Alice Galbreath, executive secretary of the sponsoring organization. , All reactors to the tuberculin tests given in the county schools during September, who have their 14x17 X-rays, are urged to come to this clinic. Persons coming for the first time, other than ,the regular patients, are asked to hdve the consent of their family physician. Appointments may be made by calling either Mrs. Galbreath or Mrs. Adams. HONOR ROLL. The honor roll of the first six weeks grading period in Monroe- Winamac school, is announced as, 12th grade—Mary Kruger, Kenton Olson, Bonnie Podell. llth grade- Marvin Koleszar, Theresa Nufer. 10th grade—Charles Hehvsen, Jacquelin Podell, Dennis Watson. 9th grade—David Baker, Rita Kay Chapman, Lynda Dixon, Diana Lebo, Beth Moody, William Raypole, Jr., Joe Thompson, Karen Williamson, Fred Zahrt. 7th grade —Cheryl Bowman, Marsha Frittf. The state scholarship tests were given t& twenty-one, senoirs on Tuesday, October..: 22.. The tests were administered'on 1 a nation wide leges and universities in Indiana as a basis for awarding their scholarships.. Seniors taking the tests were, Ronald Depoy, Nancy Simshauer, Terry Hettinger, Judy Ash, Allen Dunlop, Phyllis Earp, Frances Rausch, Richard Conn, Kenton Olson, Gerald Lange, Paul Ruderi; Judy Parcel, Jerry Alexander, Robert March, Ronnie Holmes, Jerry Mangold, David Whipple, Mary Kruger, Jim Freeman, June Hughes, and Clara Borphart. . . The will of Joseph T. Grindle has been probated in circuit court. The document was drawn April 15,. 1955, and was witnessed by Louis A. Reidelbach and Eunice Erhmett. It stipulates that all property go to- the wife, Attie ,B. Grin- die, and she was named executor, Mr. and Mrs. Roland Von Gruenigen of Stamford,. Ky., visited a few days the past week in the home of their son-in-law and daughter, the Rev. atid Mrs. Mayo Smith. Mrs. William • Roth spent the week in the home of her daughter, Mrs. Joseph Reutebuch of Pulaski. M-rs.-Mi' J. Briggs of Indianapolis visited on Tuesday and Wednesday in the home of her sister, Mrs. Ocie Blinn, Mrs. Charles Chapman enter- scale. Local seniors are in competi- tained the Get Together club at Hon.with'-seniors aH over the coun- her home on Wednesday afternoon. John W. Fisher FnneraJ Director THOUGHTFULNESS in every detail of our service adds up to a tradition of funeral directing that has brought serenity and satisfaction to all who have called upon us. Dignity and Appropriateness ' continue to mark each Fisher Funeral, regardless of it 1 ; price. Laflj' Attendant Mary E. .(Kesling) Fisher AMBULANCE SERVICE Fisher. Funeral Home 303 West Market. . Phone 3608 ROCHESTER — Vice Admiral Robert E. Blick, . of the Naval Air Station at San Die^o, Cal'., was fined $25 and costs in Fulton circuit court yesterday, on a DUI charge. In addtion, the court recommended that nis driver's license, be suspended for a year. The defendant entered a plea of guilty'to the charge. Blick was arrested • in the 500 block of Main street about 7:30 p.m. Friday by the sheriff's department after they received :a report of Blick's driving ' by •a motorist who followed' him on US 31. The sheriff's office is investigating a case of vandalism at the Everett Greathouse property on the- south side of Lake Manitou which resulted in a repair bill of about $200. Officers reported that. 30 win- dow panes were woken, hole were punched in the walls of tw rooms and porch, other wall were badly scratched and som electrical wiring damage. Frederick M. Behney, R.R. Wabash, who pleaded guilty Fulton circuit, court a drunke driving charge has been fiheti $100 and costs and given a one t three year sentence in the Indl ana state prison. Behney's prison sentence wa suspended and he was placed o three years probation by Judg Rakestraw upon condition that'h not drive'a motor vehicle or b found .intoxicated 'during t h a tune. It has also been ;recom mended that his- driver's'licens be suspended for a period of thre years. Also in Fulton circuit ' cour Leonard J. Weiner, Three Rivers Mich., attorney, was given judg ment of '$362 and costs in hi complaint on account filed agains John Harris, R.H, 1, Kewanna Weiner had asked for $462 an costs in his suit to recover ai torney fees. A-marriage license lias been is sued ii} the Fulton county clerk' office to David R. Yeakley, thi city and Betty K. .Leavell, also o this 'city., The Fulton County Farmer Union will hold a public meetin^ a't the Reiter school, southwest o Rochester, Monday evening 8 p.m. , John Raber, state president the Union, will be the principa speaker on the subject of "Th Outlook for Agriculture in 1958.' The meeting is open to aU thos who are interested, . ' HOSPITAL NOTES :•' , Admisisons to the • Wqqdlawn hospital: Mrs. Florence" Von Durant, Plymouth; Edwarc Sweeney, Rochester; • D e w e y Brown, Akron. /, Dismissals: Mrs. Kermit Sage Leiters Ford; Mrs. Vigil King Rochetser; Frank Fretting'e, JRo Chester; Michael Garber, Roches' tef; ; / '•:•.,, ,,M.'and : Mrs. Gorge Sutton wil observe their 25th wedding, anniversary today in their home. The couple's five children, Jane Sutton, Shirley sutton, Mrs. Dewey Reames, Mrs. Neil Krisher and Maurice will be the hosts. Open House will be held from two to four today.All friends.neighbors and relatives are invited to call. The Newcastle Township- Farm The Built-in Roast Control! You'll just love this brand new way to roast meat. Whether you prefer it well-done, medium or rare, your roast will be exactly the way you want.it—every < time! You simply place thermometer in the roast, set . the dial, and the automatic roast control takes over ... cooks the meat until it's just right... and turns off the oven! VJ Ao Com pan if FRED A. HAUSS, District Manager dinner will be held December 12. Mrs. Martin Notz was the guest Speaker for the afternoon. She told of her recent trip.to. Germany, the country in which she and her husband were- born. Refreshments were served at the close of the meeting. Mrs. Hugh McMahan was taken to the Memorial hospital in South Bend yesterday in the Zimmerman Brothers' ambulance from her home, in Rochester. Ed Fishback was taken to his home yesterday in the Zimmerman Brothers • ambulance from the Woodlawn hospital. Pat Kern, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Kern, R.R. 1, Rochester', has been chosen as state winner in 4-H forestry achievement and will attend the National 4-H Club Congress at Chicago. She will be one of 20 Indiana representatives. Mrs. Barbara Rock was taken from the Waodlawn hospital in the Foster and Good ambulance to her home on R.R. 5. 93~Year-Old Mother Of JwoLoganspori Men Dies At Peru Residence PERU—Mrs. Elizabeth Ann Kau- gusch, 92 o{ 436-' East Canal St., died at her home at 9;35 a.m. Saturday following-two .years' illness. She was born in Miami counfy on Feb. 6, 1884 and had spent her lifetime in this community. She was the daughter of Joseph and Kate (Aulspurger) Wagner. Her husband, Anton, died, in 1941. . Survivors include two sons, Joseph and Anton,- Jr., both of Logansport; two " grandchildren, four -great-grandchildren and a nephew, John Aulspuger, who made his home with his aunt. One daughter and three brothers preceded her in death. Funeral services -will be held, from Draike-Flowers funeral home 1 p.m. Tuesday,. -Burial "will be in Mt. Hope cemetery. ' Friends may call at the funeral home after 10 a.m. Monday. ANN BLYTH Stars in "Helen Morgan at the State Theatre. 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