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twelve Logansport, Indiana Pharos-Tribune Baptist Circles Hold Installation At General Session _ An impressive installation service highlighted the general meeting of all circles of the Woman's Society of the Baptist Temple held Wednesday afternoon in the lower auditorium of the church. Mrs. Robert George, president, gave the opening prayer followed with the secretary's report read by Mrs. Quentin'Danely and the treasurer's account by Mrs. Hollis Johnston. The vice-president of missions, Mrs. Verna Holmes, reported the recent school of mission meetings were a succeses. Mrs. B'emell Combs, chairman of spiritual life, reminded members of the Bible study and prayer group held every Thursday fror. 9 to 10 a.m. at the church. The 13th chapter of Matthew will be studied this week. Mrs. Thomas Young volunteered help to the new officers and Mrs. Quentin Danely read the correspondence which included a thank-you note from E. L. Harrison, chairman of the membership committee, for the society's help in honoring the retired minister and wife, Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Robinson. A thank- you card from Mrs. Celeste Robinson for her remembrance gift was also read. The group voted to send $25 to the Valley Forge Building fund and to reduce the amount sent to the Rodger Williams Foundation every month. The Baptist Temple will be represented by four members 'at the house party at Franklin college next week. They are: Mrs. Robert George, Mrs. Carl Hooton, Mrs. Combs and Mrs. Clarence Dial. Mrs. Ivor Burrough was in charge of the installation of new officers for the corning year. Music was provided by Mrs. Carl Johnson and Mrs. Jesse Koch accompanied at the piano by Mrs. William Martin. The newly installed officers are: Mrs. Robert George, president; Mrs. Carl Hooton, first vice-president; ,Mrs. Don Winter, second vice-president; Mrs. W. W. Holmes, vice-president of missions; Mrs. Clarence Dial, vice- president of Christian service; Mrs. Thomas Young, vice-president of Christian training; Mrs/ Quentin Danely, secretary; Mrs. Hollis Johnston, treasurer; Mrs. Basil Healey, publicity chairman. Mrs. Dale Wickcrsham presented the love. gift. Members placed their offerings before a cross and an. arrangement of red roses. At the close of the meeting, refreshments were served with the Mary Mills circle members as hosetsses. Friendship Circle Marks Flag Day Flag Day was marked by the World Friendship social circle of the West Broadway Presbyterian church when members convened Wednesday afternoon at the church. Mrs. Aletha Steffey, president, led prayer group prior to the business session which opened with the singing of "America." Prayer was given by Ruth Enders and the pledges to the flags were given by the group. A poem, "Your Flag and My Flag" was read by Mrs. Gertrude Wilson. The president offered devotions after which Mrs. Florence Tichenor read the minutes in the absence of Jessie Scott. Sixteen members and one visitor, Mrs. Joan Belcher, answered roll call with the word, "ascend." Cards were sent to the 17 absent members. The president gave a report on the Spring Presbyterial. A report on the gift to my- grants was presented by Mrs. Belcher and Ruth Enders gave the treasurer's account and reported on the adopted patient. Several members gave thanks for cards sent while they were ill. Mrs. Nina Hume was reported in the hospital. "The Way, The Truth and The Light," was the title of a topic read by Mrs. Jessie Thomason. She also gave a reading on the Far East. During a social hour, dessert was served from a table decorated in red, white and blue in keeping with Flag Day. Hostesses were Mrs. Helen Carr and Mrs. Tich- Jefferson HD 1 Elects Officers The nominating committee presented a slate of new officers during the Tuesday afternoon meeting of the Jefferson township HD club No. 1 held at the home of Mrs. Amanda Hume. Mrs! Grace Kesser, president, opened with a poem, "The Machine Age," followed with the pledges to the flags led by Mrs. Sadie Webster.' Mrs. Nora. Spencer led the creed and devotionals were offered by Mrs. Hume. Mrs. Kesser gave a memorial for Mrs. Ethel Girard, club member who .recently passed away. The secretary-- treasurer reports were read by Vivian Zech and roll call response was- "mothers' old time remedy." The following officers w e r e slated: president, Vivian Zech; vice-president, Grace Kesser; secretary-treasurer, Lillie Walton; reporter, Mrs. Mary Moore; project leader, Rosalie Martin; song leaders, Mrs. Nora Spencer and Mrs. Martin; health and safety, Ethel Burtis; citizenship, Irene Young; reading chairman, " Sue Julian; flowers, Mabel Million; devotions, Amanda Hume; pianist, Grace Kesser; and calling committee, Sadie Webster, Lillie Walton and Nora Spencer. A safe driving lesson was presented by Mrs. Mabel Million followed with a report of the Council meeting and plans for food and workers at the booth for the 4 j H fair were given by Mrs. Kesser. Refreshments were served to 12 members and four guests, Mrs. Lillie Young, Jean Kesser, and Lavona Sue and Jay Martin. The door prizes were won by Mrs. Hume and Mrs. Moore. Division 6, CWF, Installs Officers Twenty-one members and guests of Division 6, CWF, of Ninth street Christian church, convened Monday evening with Mrs. Carl Hamilton on Indian Creek road when new officers were installed. ; The meeting opened with prayer for the month- of June given by Mrs. Audrey Cart! Mrs. Florence Bickel presided at the session when the secretary's report was •ead by Mrs, Pearl Eichensehr and the treasurer's account by Mr. Vera Ball. The card report was given by Wiss Sarah 'Ferguson and announcement was made of installation and. a tea of the General CWF set for June 20. "Love" was the theme of the worship service in charge of Mrs. y Melton. The lesson was jresented by Miss Wilda Marshall ftho used the topic "Review of Our Work in Latin America." Assisting her was Mrs. Inabelle tforrical. Miss Lillian Duncan was in charge of the installation service 'or the following new officers: president, Mrs. Addine Conrad; vice-president, Mrs. Frances Angle; secretary, Miss Wilda Marshall; and treasurer, Mrs. Vera Ball. Refreshments were served by the hostess, assisted by Mrs. Peg. Wilson, Mrs. Gayle Neff and Mrs. Kathryn Haynes. Agda Rafter Speaker At Jefferson 2 Meet The Jefferson township HD club No. 2 members .viewed slides and heard a, talk on the Passion Play held in Oberammerqau, jermany, during the Thursday afternoon meeting held with Hatle Barr. ~ The meeting opened with the pledge to the flag and a poem 'Grand. Old Glory," read by Sharon Barr. Following group singing, Hulda Gray gave the listory of the song of the month, which was also sung by the members, A report of the Council meet- .ng was given by Sharon Barr, president, and plans for the 4-H 'air were discussed. Miss Agda Rafter presented the :allc on the Passion Play and also showed slides, assisted by Miss Thelma Nicholas. ' There were 28 members and 'ive guests, Miss Rafter, Miss Nicholas, Margaret Young, Freida Berkshire arid Lucille Berkshire. The door prize wa's won . by Mary Alice Hardy and refreshments were served by Hattie Barr, Grace Michael and Grace 3arr, hostesses... Clay. HD Discusses 4-H Fair Plans The Clay township HD club con. vened at the home of Violet Armey with 22 members and four quests, Mrs. Raderstorf, Germaine Wherle, Dora Paxton and Sharon Pearce, -attending. Alice Young,' president, read a poem and the history of the song, of the month was given by Margaret Moore, followed! with group singing of it. Ethel Banta offered devotions and the lesson on herbs and spices -was presented by 'Mrs. Marie Hennesey,. The secretary- .reasurer reports were submitted ay Mabel Mcllrath and Jennie ialendar. "My biggest blunder as a bride," was given in response to roll call followed with a report on the Council meeting given by Alice Young, . Plans were made; for the 4-H fair. The Clay club is responsible [or five workers at the 4-H building on' Aug. 7 and each HD club is to furnish 18 pies for the booth. . : Ida Jones, Nellie Ulerick and Laura Simpson were named to the nominating committee. Refreshments were served and the door prize was won by Laura Simpson. Rains Stall Ceremony In Laos VIENTIANE, Laos (UPI)-Neutralist Prince Souvahna Phouma landed here seven hours, behind schedule today because of heavy tropical rains that wrecked- any chance of installing his coalition government in the next 24 hours. The installation ceremonies were set for today. But the monsoon rains, which started Sunday night, upset' the travel plans of both Souvanna and Communist Prince Souphanouvong in arriving here. . . The same downpour which .delayed the plane transporting Sou- vanna, who is to be, premier in the new government, from the Plain of Jars also stranded Sou- phanouvong in Hanoi. There was no sign when the rain would let up enough to permit the so-called "Red prince" to get here to take up his designated post of vice premier. Five neutralists and four Communists designed for positions in the coalition also failed to show up because of the weather. Souvanna must, yet go through the formality of officially requesting an audience with and awaiting a reply from King Savang Vatthana. FRANKLIN, Tex. (DPI) - The tate grand jury investigating the mysterious death of agriculture fficial Henry M a r s h. a 11 was cheduled to reconvene for .its ifth week today with testimony expected from four subpoenaed igriculture officials. The agriculture . officials who had a chance to testify today were Pecos County USDA. ield representative Henry S. Car-i 4-H Demonstrations Given At HD Meet demonstrations during the Wednesday afternoon session of the Bethleehm township HD club held with Mrs. Hugh Strong. Mrs. Harold Hubenthal, president, opened with a poem, "Having a Husband," followed with the pledge to the flag led by Mrs. John Grain. The collect was read in unison. The 4-H girls giving demonstrations were Lu Ann Hubenthal, Debbie Grain and Pam Pickens. Happy Birthday was sung in honor of Mrs. Clifford Pickens, Mrs. Nevin Howard, Mrs. Marvin Grable and Mrs. Harold Remley. Contests were won by Mrs. Ben Hood, Mrs. Carl Champ and Mrs. George Maudlin. The door prizes were awarded to Mrs. Nevin Howard,. Mrs. Carl Champ, and Mrs. Clyde Davidson. Refreshments were served to 23 members and two guests by the hostesses, Mrs. Strong, Mrs Marshall Richey and Mrs. , Russell Conrad. Rhoads Hug Kleaners Ph. 4530 Myers Greenhouse. 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A poll of 1 almost 14,000 farmers n his district showed that if faced with the referendum choices offered by -the bill on wheat and "eed grain programs, they would vote "no" by a margin of nearly 8-1, Roush said. Only a small percentage of the dairy farmers indicated they wanted to participate n a voluntary dairy control pro*ram, he said. Farmers in his' district grow non-suruplus soft red winter wheat which they sell- as cash crops, and 'should not be penalized to 'account-for the excessive crops of western growers of other types of wheat,"'Roush said. Most seriously hurt by the administration, bill would be-the cat;le feeders - and poultry. farmers who grow feed-grains for feeding, IB said. ver, and Texas ACS representatives Ralph T. Price of College Station, John T. Gayle of -W e s t Columbia and James E. Goad of Rosenberg. Dist. Atty. Bryan Russ said Sunday that he will probably decide today whether to make a request that all three USDA agriculture officials — Emory Jacobs, Bill Morris and Dr. James T. Ralph — who. were either fired or quit, appear before the grand jury, Russ said, these men apparently -got reports from Marshall since they were in the Agriculture Department at the time Marshall worked. Morris and Ralph were fired by Secretary of Agriculture Orville Freeman for their connections with Billie Sol Estes. Jacobs quit. The jury has been in recess deliberating the testimony of Billie Sol Estes whose cotton allotments Marshall is credited with investigating before Marshall died last year.' Dist. Judge John M. Barron said Sunday that he had an off- the-cuff talk with Estes in his office after Estes left the grand jury room last week. Estes told him he had no information about Marshall's death. "After he (Estes) left the grand jury room, he visited me in my office," Barron said. "Before he left he shook hands with me and told me 'I know nothing about the death of Henry Marshall. I am very sorry it happened and sorry that my name was linked with it. " 'If I run across anything in my files or if anything develops through which I may shed any light on the, case I promise to make this information available to the grand jury and cooperate in every way.' " Barron hastened to add that he was not divulging any information about what went on in the grand jury room. FELK BAUER REUNION The annual Felix Bauer reunion vas held recently at Spencer Park vith approximately 80 people at- ending. The present officers were relected: William F. Bauer, pres- dent and Mary Margaret Mee, ecretary-treasurer. Attending from here were: Mr. nd Mrs. William F. Bauer; Mr, nd Mrs. Thomas Mee and fam- ly; Dr. and Mrs/ Leo Cahalan; Miss Mamie Bauer, Berttta Bauer; AT. and Mrs. Herman Bauer and amily; Mr. and Mrs. William ingrich and family; Mr. and s. Francis J. Ziegler; Mr. and Urs. 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