Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on June 20, 1962 · Page 5
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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 5

Logansport, Indiana
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Wednesday, June 20, 1962
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June 20, 19K.. Logansport, Indiana, Pharos-Tribune FIv» CENTER CUT PORK CHOPS *WHY c>n'(/ • ' D I •% COUNTRY STm ^ • • • • Spare Ribs.... Port Chop IB. IB. cur IN CHUNK 1001. JAR Smoked Pork Chops STARK & WNUS BUY HA I 3LGERS • banned Ham OFFEE •- • • • C •• ^.'iiKtiffl!L. GEORGIA 30Z. • • • • • | PKG. «. $0.69 CAN DRIP OR REG. EACHES BONNIE HOT DOG BUNS CALIFORNIA LB. LARGE CANTALOUPES I PKG. OF 8 CUCUMBERS GREEN PEPPERS RED RADISHES FOR 1TOMCANA ORANGE JUICE TASTY VANILLA Ice Cream \ '• c GALION CARTON DIVISION OF SCOT I'AiD FOODS, W.E (RESERVE TOE WIGHT TO LliMfT OUIAINTTOES FOODS MOMTICEliO 1010 N. Main St. 10GAN8P0RT 18th and Erie Carroll Men Called for Army Duty DELPHI — Among the Carroll County young men recruited at Lafayette for Army tours are: Charlie R. McCarty, 17, son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert McCarty of Cutler; Fred E. Draper, 18, son of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Draper of Delphi and Daniel G. Bishop, son of Ally, and Mrs. A. D, Bishop of Flora. Miss Margaret Darragh, who teaches math in the Roosevelt high school, in East Chicago has come to spend (lie summer vacation at her home on South Indiana Street. Miss Elizabeth Best, who leach- English in the Woodrow Wilson gh school in Washington, D.C. rived here Saturday to spend e summer at her home on East am Street. Mrs. Richard Wasson and son ave beer dismissed from St. lizabeth hospital. Other Delphi ismissals are Frank Vaughan, nd Mrs. Walter Young. Mr. and Mrs. Rodney Rishel of elphi are the parents of a daugh- «r born a; the Home hospital in afayetle <>r. June 1C. Mrs. Fnina Gray of Rossville, as been dismissed from St. Eliz- jeth hosfital. Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Davey and aughters, of Macon, Ga., came ist Wednesday to visit her nw- ior, Mrs. Arvel Flora and Mr. nd Mrs. !l«e Flora south of Delhi. They left Monday for Kendall- ille for a visit with his mother, Mrs. W. L. Davey and his grand- arents before returning to Georia. Sheriff and Mrs. John Roth are n a fishing trip at Tower, Minn. 3eputy Sheriff Gilbert Underfill! s at the jail residence in their bsence. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Hitchcock f Dayton, Ohio, are having the arge britt residence of her late arents, Mir. and Mrs. Clay Pearon, remodeled on the north side of the cojrthouse square. Walton OES Holds Annual Family Night WALTON — Ninety persons at- ended the annual Walton Chaper, Order of Eastern Star. Friends Kight. Fathers were honored at lie meeting. Gifts were presented to Elmer Plank, wino had been a member the longest; Mark Mullins, father who had been a member the shortest lime and Harry Jones, father wio had come the most miles. Beulah Hall had charge of the friends pix>gram. At Boys State Wally Zollman, Washington township and Bill King, Tipton township, are attending Boys State at Bloomington this week. They were sponsored by the Walton Legion Post. Auxiliary To Meet The Walton Legion Auxiliary will meet Wednesday, June 20 at 8 p.m. at the Legion Home. Service Hours Worship services at the Walton Christian church are being held each Sunday morning at 8:30 a.m. during June, July and August. Bible School is being held at 9:30 a.m. Personals Joan lirosman of Bloomington visited Mr. and Mrs. Paul Shedron recently. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Slusher and Mr. and Mrs. Bill Berryman vacationed in Minnesota the past two weels. Rev. and Mrs. Emerson Klinger and daughter are attending church camp at Pearson's Lake near LaFountaine. Mrs. Ethel Swing Henkle of Indianapolis called on friends in Walton Sjnday. George Murphy made a business trip to Detroit Monday. Mrs. Tiid Druck of Muncie visited Dr. and Mrs. E. A. Spohn recently. Mrs. Lnura Wendh'ng, Mrs. Virginia Kirnaman and Judy Hammond left Sunday for California where tl'ey will visit Rev. and Mrs. Dee Shaffer. They also plan to attend the Worlds Fair in Seattle. Candidates at Boys S>tate BLOOMWGTON, Ind. (UPD- Seven candidates campaigned for two nominations for governor of the Hoosier Boys State today as the day. arrived for mock party conventions, With Patrick Badell, Rushville, serving t.s state chairman for the federalist Party and Jack Johnson, Gwenfield, as chairman of the Nationalist Party, the conventions to nominate state tickets were scheduled. Cundidatcs for governor included Sieve Roy, Lowell; David Candidates for governor in- Alexandria; Jack Swelstadt, Valparaiso; and Am Strying, Mickey Eller and Steve Hopper, all of Indianapolis. HIGH MUTOEL NEW YORK (UPI) - Shcrluck paid the highest mutuel in the history of tha Belmont Stakes when he paid {132.10 in 1S61.

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