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PAGE TWENTY-FOUR THE PHAROS-TRIBUNE anfl LOGANSPOBT PRESS, LOGANSPORT. INDIANA SUNDAY, JUNE 17,1962 The Golden Years The Psalm Of A Widow: Wh ere A re My Ch i Idren ? "It is appalling how grown children, especially sons, can wa]k off from a good home, from the love and care that were there, and cast their lots for life with girls they hardly know. With no feeling of gratitude, no affection and even no interest in the parents they leave behind. "Certainly sons are brought up and trained with the intention that they will be good husbands and fathers. The mother is always trying to keep the father in line so that he will be a good example in this regard. Certainly every parent wants the children to go out into the world well educated, adjusted and tuned to live,the Good Life. "They go all right. But often without a care or thought for the parent who did this for them* "Most of the older parents nowadays are widows, as you know. Many of these widows, through the long years, gave their chil- TASTY SNACKS At Our Soda Fountain • Taste-Tempting Food For Every Mood ... See all the good things we have to eat. Come In for lunch, mid- afternoon anacki or a late-data btte. Try one of our big, succulent sandwiches especially good with a cola drink. Como in and troat your taito* At The... CENTRAL DRUG STORE SODA FOUNTAIN 4th at Broadway dren their thought and consideration without doing the same for the hard-working man who was father and husband. Many of us say now, when it is loo late, that we should have reversed things, and done more for the husbands. But we felt responsible for the children— "So now the children are grown up and gone. And on occasion they dash in for a few minutes. You are so taken aback, and your heart is so full of love and surprise that you don't get on the beam quickly enough to say, or ask, or discuss what is in your mind. Because they are off again, . "You try to remember birthdays of the grandchildren, anni- Thank You I wish to thank Memorial hospital staff, doctors and nurses and my many friends and neighbors for kindnesses extended during my recent illness. —Mrs. Barbara Helms Card of Thanks We wish to express our sincere thanks to friends and neighbors for the cards, letters, flowers and gifts while we were confined in Memorial hospital. —Chancey and Myra Tilton. Fur Storage Call Us Logan Fur Service 521 High Phone 3032 Closed Saturdays 10 W. Undi 24 Hr. Color Film Service Kodacolor—Ectachrome—Koclachrome ,.„ Avfl . Joe Vivians Fotoshop „,, ial 2332 TOYMASTER Gonna Open Come Summer HENDRICKSON'S EXPRESS AUTO CARE 'Fast repair and service on the small auto job th.nt gets you go- ing in a hurry! NiO JUOING W1APS HENDRICKSON MOTOR SALES 'iThe House (That Service Built" 419 S. 3rd Phone 5151 TRY US ON YOUR NEXT PRESCRIPTION It will be most accurately filled by a full state registered pharmacist. We charge only for the medicine. No charge for service. low-tow IPrices (Prevail ' TRY US AND SEE BUSJAKN'S DRUG STORE versaries of the children and things like that. You try to send little gifts. Three-fourths of the time the children don't acknowledge them. "Wives of married sons occasionally seem to resent the remembrances of the older parent, and sometimes the parent, too. The old home, the old household relics are junk to them. They have no sentiment [or what was clear to our home. They show no devotion to the principles we tried to instill in our sons. Yel; they were glad enough to grab ofl the sons that the 'junk' and the principles produced. "These married children can't realize that they are fixing things so they will get the same from their children that we are getting from them—only more so, because they are not trying to instill the habits and manners in their children that we tried to instill in ours. "Most widowed mothers like myself have enough money to get along, and maybe a little over. We are afraid to spend what is extra on ourselves or on a trip. We worry lest we might need the money for a long illness when we wouldn't want to be a nuisance to our children. We can't know what illness might come, or for how long, or for what cost, So the extra money we have we share with our children, in the hope that it will encourage them to keep in touch a little better. "Grown children, while often ignoring their parents, will sometimes keep a sharp eye on what their parents own. They will step in to save the house or any other property that is in danger of being lost. These material Man Arrested For Leaving Accident Basil Roller, 40, of Royal Center, was charged Saturday by city police with leaving the scene of a property damage acident. Police said that Roller's 1958 model station wagon hit a 1!H8 car parked in front of 1009 North Sixth at 1:21 a.m. Saturday. The parked car was owned by Helen S. Summers, of 1009 North Sixth, police said. Roller said that he lost control of his car. AT 4-H CONFERENCE—Shown at the 31st annual State 4-H Junior Leader Conference at DcPauw University are Cass County's delegation. The local youngsters are among 350 from 46 counties attending the event, sponsored jointly by the Indiana district of Kiwanis International and Purdue University's agricultural extension service. Left to right, (front row) Diana James, Logansport; Doris Pinney, LogansporC; Pat Frushour, Galvcston; Maureen McKaig, Logansport; Nikki Frey, Walton; Sue Halmert, Logansport; Tamara Hopper, Walton; Jean Nelson, Walton; (back row) Wally Zollman, Walton; Mike Ream, Walton; Lee Pettay, Walton; lion Minnick, Logansport; Royce Chambers, Galveston; Don Nelson, Galveslon; Steve Shafer, Lucerne. Card of Thanks Our sincere thanks to our neighbors and friends, Rev. Neerienier, !Dr. Harrington, Sister Lcandra, ' nurses, orderlies and aides of St. Joseph Hospital. Brotherhood of Railroad Trainmen, pall bearers, and especially to Richard Amiis and Carl Hamilton, to White Rose Club members and to Division 5 of CWF of the Christian Church for. their kindness and sympathy during the illness and death of our loved one, Ralph W. Kncnpor, Marguerite, Betty and Eldon and Family. DEATHS SMITH Final rites for Archie E. Smith, 68, of 580 W. Main, will be at two o'clock Monday at the Vacil funeral home in Springfield, 111. tilings, of course, they will inherit when the parent passes on This column thus says what it has said many times before, The way some adult children are treating retired parents is a shame. (Copyright 1962, General Features Corp.) TUMMONS Final rites for Basil James Timmons, 52 of route (i, will be at 3:30 today at the Fisher funeral home. The Reverend Raymond Skelton will officiate and burial will be in Davis cemetery. Friends may call at the funeral home. • NOTICE The following are the only printing establishments in the Cass county area authorized to use the Union Label: * Chronicle Printing Co. * The Pharos-Tribune * The LtMjtinsport Press Authorized by: •International Typographical Union, local i!96 114 dogansport Printing pressmen and Assistants Union Local No. 356 ; AMERICA'S MOST COMPACT COMBINATION WASHER-DRYEE : witliFULLCAPACITY,22"CYLINDER i Washof piicl diio; ; "COMPACT-COMBO" WASHER-DRYER if Cycle nloctlont for washing ° na * drying all fabrfrt if Full 4ond capacity if No von ling required No tint Trap Bleach Dliponser : 2 drying cycl«-fluff-dry or .damp dry Simple, dependable dosigrj low coat I nil a I la I |on With Trade "The Store That Service Built" 1301 E. Market Phone 3300 BOLINGEK Final rites for Richard Bolinger, 34, route 5, will be held today at the Fisher funeral home at 1:30 with the Reverend Christian McClure officiating. Burial will be in teh Davis cemetery. Friends may call at the funeral home. Card of Thanks We wish to thank our friends 'or their words of sympathy and many acts of kindness during :he illness and death of our husband and father, Mrs. Buryl Wilhelm Mavis Ban- Phyllis Wagner. Bhoads Hug Kleaners Ph. 4530 "Your Private Secretary" Florence Daggy Offset Printing - Typing Mimeographing • Photo Copy 129 Fourth St. Phone 3381 Logansport Council, No. ll,R.qndS.M. Stated Assembly Monday, June 18(h, at 7:30 p.m. All Companions welcome, --John E. Dcmpsey, I. M. FOR OVER 25 YEARSt "ROSS REID Roofs 'em Right" Ph. 3388 Estimates Free . pTPHOlSTERfNGJ 2018 NORTH STREET PHONE 4789 !ce Cream Social WED., JUNK 20, 5:30-8:30 Royal Center Park Pavilion Free Will Offering Sandwiches, Salad, Pie, Cake, Drinks, Homemade and Commercial Ice Cruam. Sponsored By Victory Class of Crook Creek Church Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, June 18-19-20 lOGAN'SPORT 100% PURE BONUS BUY MANOR HOUSE Instant PURINA GRADE A SMAIL 25c g 01. MR JAR CUCUMBERS . 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