Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on June 20, 1962 · Page 10
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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 10

Logansport, Indiana
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Wednesday, June 20, 1962
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Ten Logansport, Indiana Pharos-Tribune. Day Carnp Sessions Planned For Tribal Trails Girl Scouts The Tribal Trails Girl Scout Council has completed plans for two day camp sessions at Camp Wildwood for Scouts'.of Cass county. ••'•'The first session will be held from June 25-29. Applications are now being accepted from Cass county Girl Scouts, Brownies, Intermediates and. Seniors, for the second session on- July 9-13. The director for the local day camp is Mrs. John Mcllwain, city. Camp plans include an advanced unit for experienced Intermediate campers with an opportunity to spend a night at camp. Applications are also .being accepted for girls to. attend established camp at Camp Kbkiwanee near Largo on July 15-27, At established'camp,: Scouts will participate in outdoor cooking, campcraft, nature study, overnights, ceremonies, nature crafts, archery and horseback riding. . . All Girl Scouts who will enter the fifth grade this fall through those in high school are eligible to attend. Applications for the 'various types of camping offered by Tribal Trails Council are available from the troop leaders. Pink, Blue Shower Featured At YWCA Mrs. Merle Miller was the guest of honor at a pink and blue shower Sunday afternoon at the YWCA parlors with Mrsi William Booher, Miss Barb Booher, Mrs. Garth Swigert and Miss Sue Swigert as hostesses. Mrs. Miller opened her gifts from -a table decorated with baby articles, which she received. Cookies and punch were served from a table flanked with flowers and tapers. Guests were: Mrs. Ernest Yoder, Mrs. Harry Miller, Mrs, Giadys Elliott, Mrs. Lacy Moon, Mrs. Lucy Polsinelli, Miss Judy Polsinelli, Mrs. Fred Hauss, Miss Nuncy Hauss, Mrs. Virginia Cart Miss Marsha Cart, ,Mrs. Dale Me- Nutt, Miss Sandy McNutt, Mrs Hita Lehman, Mrs. Thomas Med land, Mrs. Dick Gohl, Miss Sally Gohl, Mrs. Clarence Hardin, Mrs Jim Miller, Mrs. Dallas Williams Mrs. Dawson Dowty, Miss Sharon Plotner, Miss -Judy Pasquale, Mrs Jim Pasquale, Mrs. Walter New man, Mrs. Eobert Newman, Mrs Mabel Thommen, Mrs. Caro Stahl, Mrs. Janet Finks, Mrs Nan Obenchain, Mrs. Neva Smith Mrs. Ruby McLeland, Mrs. Jack ' Sample, Mrs. Ray Martens, Miss Cathy Yoder, and Mrs. Hamelle Switzer and Miss Ann Switzer, o Monticello. others Honored.By fqung America OES Fathers were honored during le regular meeting of the Young merica chapter.. 191, Order of astern. Star, held recently at the iasoriic Hall. Marilyn Peter, worthy matron, pened by reading, "Three Kea- ons For Happiness," followed ith the minutes given by eorgia Long. The finance re- earch committee presented rnendments which will be voted n at the next meeting. Those wishing to take the pro- ciiency test are .to contact ither Janet Williams or Georgia ong, both of Kokomo, prior to uly 1. It was announced that ; Nelda iDvelace will be admitted to the lleveland Clinic hospital, Cleve- ahd,: Ohio;- for surgery. A lank-you note was read from elyn Robinson who has been 1. Those attending gave remarks bout their fathers. Gifts were iresented to Harold Gilbert for jeing the oldest father- and having lie most children; Ivan Hayden, ie youngest father; and Kenny flohler having the least children. The worthy matron announced lat a miscellaneous auction will >e held at the next meeting With ;enneth Mohler serving as auc- ioneer. Twenty-five and 50-year members .will also be honored at lis session on June 28 at 8 p.m. lefreshment committee will inlude: Ruth Brower, chairman, )ale Brower, Linda Brower, Vera jillam and Janet Williams. Following the close o£ the meeting, coffee and rolls were erved by the food committee: Mildred Hite, Gene Hite, Joan Wilson, Yvonne Hayden and Ivan layden. 1,500 Laid Off At Indianapolis' Ford Factory INDIANAPOLIS (UPI) - Son* 1,500 hourly workers at the FOK Motor Co. plant here were laid of early today as the result of a strike at the firm's stamping plant at Walton Hills, Ohio. The layoff, effective with th< start of the second shift at 5:3 a.m., was announced Tuesday. 1 will not affect about 450 salarie' employes at the plant which man ufactures steering gear, rivets an fasteners for use in Ford Assem bly plants. The automobile firm's assem My plants were shut down las week as a result of the Unitet Auto Workers strike at Waito Hills. Mrs. LaVerne Clark/ Daughter Honored At Baby Shower Mrs. LaVerne Clark and hei new daughter, Sheryl Lynn, o rural route 1, were honored recently at a baby shower at thi home of Mrs. L. 0. Wade, 233>/ a Vest Miami avenue. A doll-sized bassinet with pinl and blue bows and streamers wa he centerpiece on the gift table James were played with prize; going to Willadean Delaney, Loi findall and Phyllis Jargstorf whi n turn presented them to the mo her. Favors of blue and pink bootiei 'illed with mints and nuts wen served with. German 'Chocolati cake, coffee, and ice tea to thi 'ollowing: Mrs. Sybil Clark, Mrs. LaVenn 31ark, Mrs. Lois Kindall, Mrs Willadean Delaney, Miss . Phylh' Jargstorf, Miss Carole Ann Gi" inger, Mrs. Josephine Graybeal Mrs. Kathryn Lane, Mrs. Conni Graf, Mrs. Judy Miller, and Mis NTaney Joseph. Unable to atten jut sending gifts were Miss Na omi Mills and Mrs. Mary Gallo way. 100 PERSONS AT KI WAN IS PARTY Members of the Logansport K wanis club entertained their wive Tuesday evening at the Monticcll country club. The ladies night program wit a theme based on vacations, drcv 100 persons. The mixer contes was won by M:-s. Harold Bodin son, Mrs. Mark Smith and Mr: Ray Plotner. Jim Jones was mai ter of ceremonies and Richan Faucett was in charge of the prc gram, loyal Center OES Honors District 1 8 Deputy at Meeting The Royal Center chapter 375; rder of Eastern Star, convened icently when . Miss Dorothy riest,_ of Twelve. Mile, deputy District • 18, was honored.' ouquets of roses decorated the mpter, robm. ; Lois Hayden, worthy matron, ave a ppem, ; '.'Friendship." The .strict deputy was escorted to IB East through an aisle formed I Star Points of Kewanna and idelity chapters. R. G. Cree, oloist, sang in her honor. Miss riest was presented with- a gift roiri the chapter and a corsage rom the Worthy matron' and atron. •''.'• An invitation was' read to the listrict"deputy's visit at' Ke- •anna on June 28 and Friend's light of the Ruth chapter of 'eru, and Converse chapter with ie worthy matron invited '. as pecial guest to-both of the events cheduled on June 25. Two candidates were given the egrees. and amendments to the y-laws were read. The dis.tricl eputy gave her instructions and lanked the members for, the lifts. . ' ' The new Rainbow.'Mom', Mrs. Halinda Knebel, was introduced, 'he worthy patron, Donald Hay,en, read a letter from' Jim tloser, thanking the chapter for ie privilege of his wife, Caroyn, serving as Rainbow 'Mom' or the past four years. Committees were named for oint inspection of'Kewanna,. Fi elity and Royal Center chapters ,et for July 14 at the local high chool gymnasium. Initiation and Master Mason Alight were announced for the next meeting on September 12 )oris Fansler gave a report on Jrand Chapter session. It was nnounced that Bonnie Cookerly laughter of Mr. and Mrs. Kenneti Cookerly, Jr., was appointet Jrand Ambassador of Good Wil at Grand Assembly of Rainbov or Girls held recently. Guests were present from chapters at Logansport, Kewan na, Twelve Mile and Fulton. ' At the close of the session refreshments were 'served. Foreign Students HI ere Next Week Logansport. will be visited by 38|consm and now are touring sec- J. P. Boones Wed 50 Years Today; Open House Sunday Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Boone, whi were married 50 years ago today will celebrate their golden wed ding anniversary Sunday after noon, June 24, with Sn open hous at their residence on route 4 city. ' ••• •••; All friends and relatives are in vited to attend the event from 2 to 5 o'clock. Mrs. Boone's sis :er, Mrs. John E. Smith; of Oak land, Calif., will be present for th celebration. They request t h a gifts be omitted. The former Hattie E. Angle an J. P. Boone were married o June 20, 1912, at the home of th bride's parents, Joel P. and Eliz Frances (Barnhart) Angle, b the Rev. George Balsbaugh. He was born in Franklin coun ty, Virginia, the son of Mordeca and Mary Ellen (Montgomery Boone. The couple has three children Joseph, of Wabash; Mrs. Weldo (Frances) Anderson, of route city; and George, of route 5, Per There are 10 living grandchi dren and one deceased and four great-grandchildren. Read the Want Ads reigrf students from '25 foreign entries for three days next ek. The students have completed a ear of high school studies in Wis- Open Meeting Ion ducted by School Group DELPHI — The Carroll: County chool Reorganization committee eld an open meeting in the Car- oil Consolidated school and dis- ussed'a two-unit plan for Car- oil County. The seven'members present vot d to give" Jackson township, >hich has .a high scpol in Camen, the opportunity'of either join- ng the Delphi Unit or ( the. Car- oil Consolidated unit, now in" op- ration. . . • However the Jackson township eople. must make,up their minds •y June- 28' in 1 order that the mater may .be presented, to the- State ommittee promptly so as. to.,be oted on at the November elec- on. The committee decided .on seven-member board of educa- lon for each unit, since the three- member board was objected .to by ackson township in the voting ast fall. John Benncr presided in the ab ence of Albert Verrill,- who is on a vacation trip. Janice Zook, the xecutive' secretary and Attorney 'om Ives, counsel for the committee, were present along with he members of. the committee, hree newspapermen, and five pa- i. Mrs. John E. Walker, a member of the committee, was here from Delphi and Deer Creek ownship. CLUBS TO MEET The/Modern Home Makers H.D. club will meet on June 27, at 8 j.m. in the home of Mrs. Beverly Beminger. The project lesson on "Salad Making" 'Will be jven by Mrs. Robert High and fe. Donaldi Kelly. Assistant hostesses will be Mrs. lobert Thompson and Mrs. Her- jert Isaacs. Joe Smith, a Delphi ligh school graduate and a junior [-H leader will give a talk on Dairy Month. The- Delphi Reading Club will meet in the home of Mrs. Paul Crundwoll on Friday, .June 23 at 2 p.m. Mrs. Charles Raber will >resent the program. The"Questers of Carroll County will observe guest day at the RE- UC auditorium in Delphi on Wednesday night, June 27 at 7:30 p.m. Mrs. Roy C. Moore will speak. Miss Hilda Bowen is chairman of ;he hostess committee. tions of the United States before returning to their native lands.' : The visit is sponsored by the Rotary club in cooperation with the American Field service. The host families will meet the students at 3 p.m. Monday at the Eastgate Shopping Plaza. They will'stay with the local families until their departure Wednesday morning; ' The first'evening will be. spent with the host families. A luncheon will be held at 1, p.m. Tuesday at the Elks lodge. Mayor Otto.Neu- mann will officially welcome the visitors' to Logansport. The students' will tour the State hospital at 2:15 p.m., and at 4 p.m. will be guests of the city at a swimming party at the municipal pool. An informal gathering will be held at the Ed Closson home on High Street Road at 7:30 p.m. Logansport is the first of eight slops in the United States as the students prepare to leave (or home. From here they will visit Wash ington Court House, Ohio, ' and Chillicothe, . Ohio. The next stop will.be Pa'rkersburg, W. Va. They will then visit Butler, Pa., Hack- Jet Training for Purdue Pilots LAFAYETTE, Ind. (UPD-Mne flight captains of Purdue Aero, nautics Corp. are training in the use of jet-assisted take-offs in a program expected to make the university - owned aircraft the safest in the,nation. Five operational DC-3 transport planes are being equipped with the JATO. bottles under a special Federal Aviation Agency regulation adopted in 1958. The rocket bottles will increase Wednesday Evening, June 20, 1962, maximum allowable freight weights and make possible installation of radar equipment. The range <rf the aircraft will be increased by increasing fuel supply which will mean greater instrument flying capability. Two rocket bottles on each plane will provide 2,000 pounds of extra thrust.for 15 seconds. They will be used only in emergencies. Read the Want Ads! Appointment INDIANAPOLIS (UPI)-Govcr- nor Welsh Tuesday reappointed Randolph Coimty 'School Supt. Paul H. Becki Winchester, to a four-year term on the State Board of Education's commission on text book adoption. Beck is a Republican. Welsh also mimed Indianapolis attorney John O'Connor to the Indiana Corporations Survey Commission succe<x!ing Denver Har- Ian, Richmond, who resigned. Dairii Queen ""* mi&nBff HARD DAYS WOBK ST. LOUIS, Mo. (OKI)— Television news cameraman Jerry Kleiman went to film an exhibit at the Missouri Historical Society and ended up in the hospital. Kleiman was filming gun collector John Boxdorfer's demonstration of an old muzzle loading rilfe when ; the weapon accidentally discharged, severing an overhanging tree 'limb. A squirrel which had been watching the proceedings from the tree limb landed on Kleiman scratched him. and bit and ensack, ,N.. J,, Philadelphia and Washington, D. C. These students 'will attend ,a meeting July- 9, at Washington, with all other exchange students in the United States during the past year. A total of 2,300 students studied in American high schools this year under the AFS program. Students to visit Logansport are: Alberto Barchilon, Argentina; Olga Quarto, Angentina; Edith Buschbacher, Austria; Roland Hofer, Austria; Lia Veeck, Brazil; Edourd Littaye, Cambodia; Ana Matia Conte-Corvera, Chile; Hector Libby-Cubas, Costa Rica; Erik Kjokbye, Denmark. Jean-Jerome Andre, France; Peter Lechtken, Germany; Peter K. J. A. Draxl, Germany; Timothy Faithfull, Great Britain; Sigrun Jondottir, Iceland; R. Siti F. Agoes-Basoeki, Indonesia. ' Giuseppe Ferraro, Italy; M. Giulia Mancini, Italy; Edoardp Nacinovich, Italy; Motoko Miki, Japan; Tumihiko Sukai, Japan; Nobuko Susuki, Japan; Hubert L. A. Bol, Netherlands; Marianne Dankers, Netherlands; Grete Raeder, Norway, Consuelo Lopez, Philippines. Helen C. B. Arthur, South Africa; Clementina De Buen Sanchez, Spain; Angela Josal-Bertrand, Spain; Kerstin B. E. Fransson, Sweden; Sinione Benz, Switzerland; Koncuy Orkun, Turkey; Hadi Ozbal, Turkey; Tchong My. Ha, South Vietnam; Jennifer Simons, West Indies. Host families are; Mr. and Mrs. Charles Clark, Mr. and Mrs. Leo B a u m a n n, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Klumpp, Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Wiseman, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Hoagland, Mr. and Mrs. Lester Kaye, Mr. and Mrs. John Arnold, Mr ,and Mrs. Ray Taggart, Mr. and. Mrs. J. M. Druck, Mr. and Mrs. William Steinhilber. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Kirkwood, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Rupert, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Wilson, Dr. and Mrs. E. L. Hedde, Dr. and Mrs. Ernest Fogel, Mr .and Mrs, Tom Medland, Mr. and Mrs. G. 0. Mattson, Mr. and Mrs. R. S. Justice, Mr. and Mrs. Ted Morris,. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Hirschauer, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Morton,' and Rev. and Mrs. Irving Phillips. NEW IPEPPER1DOE STRAWBERRY TURNOVERS ••I IN OURIRREE2BR SARA ILJBE P{R|ODUOTiS-iA|ljL KIND iCDiCCiU f InK'CDTI i IIETTUGE-IIJB. 39e ICEBERG SALAD DRESSING Richelieu German Style Potato Salad dBy Monarch) Ot. 39c 35c Monarch Mayonaise Style Potato Salad i«o,.39c- OSCAR MAYlER-iFUUiY COOKED Jubilee Smoked Hams BU'TT POiRIROINS (4 »o 5 tb.) ...IB. OscarMayer All! 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