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Logansport, Indiana
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Sunday, June 24, 1962
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SUNDAY. JUNE 24,1962 THE PHAROS-TRIBUNE and LOGANSPORT PRESS, LOGANSPORT, INDIANA PAGE FIFTEEN ANN LANDERS Ann Adds Final Word to Reader's Letter-'Amen' Dear Ann Landers: Steady there, Girl. Don't let the ornery critters throw ya'. Remember the senior citizen who accused you of not liking old people? She said she was over 70 .and -just loved living with her son and daughter- in-law. Well, that's ducky — but the central point is do THEY just love having HER? I never cease to be amazed at all the fanfare in the newspapers when a parent lives to celebrate a 100th birthday , The President of the United States I.sends a telegram the governor sends greetings, u and there's usual- jly a five - layer I cake. And then I the last line of the I newspaper report Igoes something like this: "Mrs. Hawmihtosh has made her home with her daughter-in-law for the last 40 years." I say the President should send the telegram to the. daughter-in- law—especially if - those last 40 years have been happy ones for the lady who has reached 100. — 'ADDED WORD Dear Added Word: And now may I add a word?. AMEN! J ..OP Dear Ann Landers: I'm 17, mixed up, in love and desperate. The fellow is 18, handsome, swell build, plays the guitar and has the dreamiest eyes I've ever seen. I need an honest answer so I'll give you the straight facts. I lost my head over this guy completely and now there's no turning back. He never takes me out on a real date, like to a movie or a dance or party. He is interested in only one thing. Please don't lecture me. I'm a girl who listens to her heart instead of her head. If you could see him you'd understand. He's a combination of Sal Mineo and Cary Grant and he talks like Adlai Stevenson. Please don't tell me to stop seeing him. It's impossible.—SANDBAGGED Dear Sandbagged: I have no advice for a girl who says she listens to her heart instead of her head. The only approach to problems I know is through the head. I can only lell you how these affairs usually wind up. The fellow will drop you when he gets bored and you have nothing more to give. You'll be ashamed and heartbroken. If you think you're Sandbagged NOW, Sister — just wait. H O • Dear Ann Landers: I married at 18. We had three children in five years. It seems I was always pregnant, or suffering from nervous exhaustion. When the children were a little older I began to pay more attention to my husband but by that time it was too late. Five months ago he told me he was in, love with another woman and he .wanted time to "think things over." I 'told him to think things over some place else. I let him know he. could come see the children whenever, he wished. He packed his clothes and moved to a hotel. Six weeks later he started to come to .the. house every night. He's been wonderful to the children and very sweet to me. I know he'd like to come, back home but he's ashamed to ask. It's apparent he's had enough of the other woman because he's with us every night. I love him dearly, and want him back, but I have pride, too. What shall I do?-TONGUE-TIED Dear Woman: Untie your tongue, and in plain language ask him to come home for good'. Your husband's nightly -presence is solid testimony to his -feelings. Three children are involved and it would be tragic if you allowe'd \ silly pride to stand in the way of rebuilding your marriage. To learn how to keep your boy friend in line without losing him, send for ANN LANDERS' booklet, "Necking and Petting—And How Far To Go," enclosing with your request 20 cents.in coin and a long, self-addressed ', stamped envelope. Ann Landers will be glad to help you with your problems. Send them to her in care of this newspaper enclosing a stamped, self- addressed envelope. Copyright 1962, Field Enterprises, Inc. Mrs. J. F. Golda Love Dies; Riles Monday ROCHESTER-Mrs. J. F. Gold-a Love, 68, Akron, died at p.m. Friday in Woodlawn 11:20 hospital where she had been a patient since suffering a heart attack two weeks ago. Mrs. Love was born Nov. 30, 1894, in Poe, Ind,, to Daniel and Hester Herrod High. She married J. F. Love Feb. 12, 1915 in Akron. She resided most of her married life in the Akron community, moving there from Markle. She was a - member of the Akron Church of God. / Surviving along wilh the husband are two sons, Donald of Akron and James, Michigan City; 11 grandchildren, five great- grandchildren, and several nieces. Funeral services will be conducted at 2 p.m. Monday at Akron Church of God with the the Rev. Harold Conrad officiating. Burial will be in the Akron cemetery. Friends may call at the Sheetz 'uneral home. Red . to aocessorize. princess dress (left) is a summer favorite. It's easy to wear, easy Cotton knit suit, (right) In subtle stripes is a perfect traveler. JOSEPHINE LOWMAN Learning to Swim Offers You a New Lease on Life You won't believe what a new interest can do for a person unless you experience it yourself, or observe the results in others with your .own eyes. I am thinking ol the time when I .taught some classes in swimming.. There was quite a range in the ;ages of my pupils, but, many of them were middle-aged and older. When they decided .they, would learn to swim at middle age, they adopted a youthfulattitude. When Ihey won their lifelong battle with a fear of water, they were rejuvenated. They were gay and tremendously proud. They walked and talked and thought in a more youthful manner. For All Ages Not only that, but they added one of the most healthful and mosl beautifying exercises possible to their lives. Best of all, swimming is an exercise-which you can take down the years with you. It -is universal, and folks of all ages can enjoy it • together. For .this reason, swimming is wonderful family fun and it is beneficial to the adult and the child alike. It has special importance for the m'ature person because it does not have to be too strenuous and, of course, every child should know how to swim for safety's sake. Then, too, he'll profit from .earning . a healthful sport early in life. If a young person cannot swim he or she will be in danger Ahead- Ready Holiday Featured in July Glamour and exclusively outs. This Gay Gibson: beautifully figured with double-breasted closing, rolled gore skirc; sweetly detailed with print scarfi wide patent belt. 100# cotton io brown oc black. Sizes 5-15.. 326 East Broadway when in a boat or near the water. This wilt knock them out of many good times with their friends. •If you do not know how to swim, why not learn this summer?? If your children do not know how, why not see. to* it that they get a good start this hot season? There is nothing so refreshing: on a torrid day. A swim will cool you off for -hours. Practice You can begin getting over your fear of water in your own bathroom. You also can practice breath control there before you go to a pool, river, lake or beach. Simply fill the bowl with water, close your eyes and mouth and lake a deep brealh. Hold your breath while you submerge your face in the water. As you remove your face from .the water, blow the air out, through your nose. It also helps to overcome the fear of water to blow bubbles under the water, by blowing the air out through your .nose while your face is still submerged. My leaflet "Learn To Swim" tells you how and also gives you instructions for the most usual strokes. If yon would like to have it, send a stamped, self-addressed envelope with your request for leaflet No. 22. Address Josephine Lowman in care of this newspaper. . (Released by The Register and Tribune Syndicate, 1962) Mrs. Frances E. Asay Former Logan Resident Dies; Rites Tuesday Mrs. Frances E, Asay, 63, ol 1235 W. Walnut, Kokomo anc former resident of Loganspor died early Saturday morning after several years illness. Born Oct.'24, 1898, in Hartford Ind., she was the daughter ol James A. and Margaret Cleary Sturgeon, She was a prominent business women in Kokomo and a former graduate of Logansport high school. She had been a member of the Grace Methodist church, the church choir;.Altrusa club and the Kokomo Country club. Survivors include one son, William A. Asay, of Kansas; one brother, Bert E., Hayren Lake, Idaho; two grandchildren and three nieces. Friends may call at the Jacobs, funeral home in Kokomo after 3:30 p.m. Monday. Funeral services will be held at the funeral home at 10 a.m. Tuesday with the Rev. John M. Sayre officiating. The body will be returned to Logansport for burial in Ml. Hope cemetery. Youth To Be Returned To Peru To Stand Trail PERU—Sheriff Dave Richardson and his wife, Thelma, left 3 eru Friday morning for Los Angeles, Calif., where they will nek up William Patrick Ray, 21, 'ormerly of Peru and return him lere where he will face charges of robbery 'and grand larceny. Ray was implicated in Ihe rob- jery of Edwin Hiers, 40, roule 1, Peru, by .Terry Mills, 20, of 276 E. Eighlh St., who was arrested earlier. Hiers was • knocked off lis bicycle while enroute to work and the pair stole $412 from his billfold. Local authorities said Ray will e returned here for trial. He jumped bond on a charge ot jreaking and entering the Goodyear Store'March 24. Police indicated that they hope ;o clear up at least seven .other 3reakins-by questioning j;Ray. Noelle Musselman Taken To Hospital ROCHESTER - Miss Noelle Musselman, 22, R.R. 4, Rochesler, was removed Saturday from Woodlawn hospital lo St. Anthony hospilalat Terre Haute. Her father, Dr. Glen Musselman, is a member of the St. Anthony staff. Miss Musselman suffered burns and internal injuries last Satur day when the car,she was driving went out of control on Ind. 14 two miles east of the city and flipped over. She was reported in "fair" condition. Driver Injured In Cass Accident Raymond E. Davis, 40, Kokomo, escaped serious injury but his car was destroyed Friday night in a one-car accident on U.S. 35, three miles southeast of Logansport. Davis was taken to Memorial hospital with bruises and abrasions. Stale Trooper Dick Keycs said -Davis, en route north, apparently lost control of the car, travelled 200 feet on the right -berm, crossed the road and crushed inlo a ditch. His 1953 model car rolled three times., DaVis was charged with reckless driving. Also investigating was Deputy Shei'riff Bob Kiesling. "I'm going to assign you to the electric computer! Miss Catkin. It doesn't have a jealous wife!" Drop Tax Cose On Councilman HAMMOND, Ind. (AP) — The Justice Depart men.t announced plans Saturday to drop the income tax case against one of the former Hammond city councilmen indicted in February. Eldon F. Hawley of Washing- Ion said the government will move Monday for dismissal of the indictment against Adolph Swion- lek, 47, a Whiting refinery machinist now serving on Hammond Sanitary Board. He gave no rea son. Kawley was one of three Justice Department lax attorneys who prosecuted George H. Wolf, the Hammond councilman acquitted of tax evasion early Friday by a U.S. District Court jury. Both Wolf and Swiontek were charged with receiving $2,000 payoffs from a loll road, contractor who won City Council authority to dig sand near Wolf Lake in 1955. Swionlek's trial date has been set for Monday. Haiwley said the department has not yet decided whether to try wo other ex-councilmen nex month on similar charges. They are Elmer Rose and Nicholas Gasparovic. Announcements MONDAY Fulton chapter No. 376, OES, will meet at 8 o'clock Monday evening when fathers will be honored and initiation held. The committee in charge includes: Anita Hoehne, Betty and Ed Realties, Emma Becker, Wanda and Omer •Hauser and Arvilla Sutlon. * * * TUESDAY The D. of I.'s will hold a social meeting and honor fathers Tuesday evening at 6:30 o'clock. Each member is to bring a covered dish and their husband or father as a gue;;t. Mary Klumpp and her circle '.vill be hostesses. * * * • Francis E. Willard class of Ihe Wheatland avenue Methodist church will' entertain the Good Cheer class at its regular session Tuesday evening at 7:30 o'clock at the church. * * .* WEDNESDAY The Woman's Missionary society of the Metea Baptist church will meet at 2 o'clock Wednesday afternoon with Mrs. Margaret Yantis to be assisled by Marie Strong. The lesson will be the house party reports and roll call response will be a favorite parable. This is the month for the love gift. * * * Eel township HD club No. 1 will meet Wednesday afternoon at 2 o'clock with Mrs. Alta Hyman, 431 Burlington avenue. Members are to bring items for an auction. * # * The What Next class of the West Boardway Presbyterian church will meet Wednesday afternoon at 2- o'clock at the Neal -Home. * * * Logansport Business and Professional Women's club will meet Wednesday evening at 7:30 o'clock at the YWCA. A tour of a plant will be conducted. The national security committee will be in charge of arrangements. Two Escape Injury When Car Goes Out Of Control On U.S. 24 PERU—Two men escaped injury at 3 a.m. Saturday when their car went out of control on a curve on U.S. 24, a half mile west of here. They were 1 the, driver, Larry Aldridge, 19, Miami and the passenger, George Correll, 20, Peru. Aldridge was cited on a reckless driving charge by Trooper Arlen Good, who investigated. The officer, said that Aldridge, enroute east, lost control of the car when it went off the highway, hit a culvert and billboard and then slid on its top 88 feet. Damage lo the 1962 model car owned by Robert Fouls, Miami, was estimated at $1,500. Rochester Court Notes Two suits for divorce have been 'iled in Fulton circuit court, lalph Curtis, 938 Wabash avenue, names Peggy Curtis as defendant and asks for custody of the couple's three minor children. The suit states that the couple was married Aug. 1, 1954, and separated June 16, 1962. Aura Laphon Overmyer • asks divorce from Shirley Overmyer. ie stales that the couple was married July 30, 1960, and separated May 27, 1962. A brief thunderstorm at 9:30 A.m. Saturday blew a 65-foot oak :ree onto the Hi-Hat cottage at Overstreet's resort, doing over 1500 : damage. The tree fell :hrough the roof on the south side of the cottage. The cottage was unoccupied. A tree also was jlown across Jackson boulevard n the 1100 block. Judge Bailey Improving PERU—Judge Henry Bailey of Peru is reported slightly improved at the General Hospital in Marion. Judge Bailey suffered a stroke June 7th and has been in a critical condition for the past two weeks. Reunion Calendar \ DYKEMAN PABK SUNDAY, 'JUNK-24—Shields reunion, ;east pavilion and 2 north tables in breezeway, noon (annual); Hsrsbberger-Hoover reunion west pavilion and 2 soulh tables in breezeway, noon (annual); McFadden reunion, table 2 (by swings) now (annual); Kelly reunion, front row in lower pavilion, noon (annual). SUNDAY, JULY 1—Davis reunion, oast ; pavilion and 2 north tables in breezeway, noon (annual); Blue Ball Christian church, west pavilion and 2 soulh tables in breezuway, noon to 4 p.m. (annual); Raleigh Guy family reunion tables 1, 2, 3 and 4 in lower pavilion, noon to 4 p.m. (annual) WEDNESDAY JULY 4—Bethel Tabernacle church, entire lower pavilion, noon to 5 p.m. (annual). SUNDAY, JULY 8—McCollum reunion, east pavilion, noon to 4 p.m. (annual); Seward reunion, entire breozeway, noon (annual);] Dee-Adams reunion, table 4, all day (annual); Dochel reunion, tables 1, 2, 3 and 4 in • lower pavilion noon to 5 p.m. (annual); Helvie reunion, tables 5, 6. 7, 8, 9 and 10 in lower pavilion, noon to 4 p.m. SPENCER PARK SUNDAY, JUNE 24—Corbin-Adams reunion, shelter 5, noon to 5 p.m. (annual); Raikes reunion, shelters 1 und 2, noon (annual); Kauffman reunion, shelter 4, noon (annual); Dunsizer reunion, shel- ter'3, noon .(annual); Walton High Schojl Class of '52, 3 rows in lower pavilion, noon to 5 p.m. SUNDAY, JULY 1—Holland reunion, shelter 4, 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.; Crowder reunion, shelter 2, 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. WEDNESDAY, JULY 4- C. D. Kistler, Jr., reunion, shelter 5, 6 p.m.- (annual). SUNDAY, JULY 8—Stralton reunion, shelter 3, noon to 4 p.m. (annual);- Wagoner reunion shelter 1, all day (annual); Walker reunion, shelter 2, noon.(annual); Zimmerman reunion, lower pavilion, noon (annual); Samuel and Amanda Moore reunion, shelter 5.-noon (annual); Andrews reunion shelter 4, all day (annual); Dague reunion, 3 rows in lower pavilion, noon to 4 p.m. RIVERSIDE PAKK SUNDAY, JUNE 24—Powlen reunion, rows 1, 2 and 3 in pavilion, noon (annual); Belle Zartman reunion, tables i and 10, noon (annual); Bingaman reunion, tables 7 and 8, noon (annual); Zimmerman-Kepp reunion, tables 4 and 5, noon to 4 p.m. (annual); Turnpaugh reunion, rows 4, 5 and 8 in pavilion, noon to 5 p.m.; Hunter reunion, tables 1, 2 and 3, 11 a.m. lo 3 p.m. SUNDAY, JULY 1—Kline reunion, rows 1 and 2 in pavilion, noon (annual); Brackman reunion, rows 4, 5' and (i in pavilion 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.; ay Hunter reunion, row 3 in p.ivilion and tables 1,, 4 and 7, noon to 4 p.m.; A/.bell reunion, tables 5 snd 6 noon to 4 p.m. SUNDAY, JULY 8—Dorothy Tidrick, row 6 in pavilion, 5 p.m.; Sprinkle reunion, rows 1 and 2 in pavilion noon to 4 p.m. (annual); Spencer-Toothman reunion, rows 5 and 6 in pavilion, noon to 4 p.m. (annual); Holler reunion, tables 9 and 10, :ioon (annual); Kistler reunion, rows 1, 2, 3, 4 and 5 in pavilion 4:30 p.m. (annual); Bryce- Ferguson reunion, rows 3 and 4 in pavilion 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. (annual); Burris reunion tables 1 and 2, noon (arnual); Rhodes reunion, tables 4, 5 and 6, noon to 5 p.m.; Cass i:ouuty Rural Youth, tables 7 and 8, noon lo 3 p.m. FAIRVIEW PAKK . SUNDAY, JUNE 24—Cass County Rural Youth Alumni, entire pavilion, noon to 4 p.m. (annual); Ml. Pisgah Lutheran Sunday School, entire pavib'on, 5:30 p.m. (annual); Jones Cousins, 5 portable tables, noon (annual). v WEDNESDAY, JULY 4—H. C. Lenncm n-union, entire pavilion, noon to 6 p.m. (annual). SUNDAY, JULY 8—Longcliff employees, pavilion, noon, (annual). County Commissioners To Meet To Approve A 12-Cent Tax Rate PERU—Miami Counly Commissioners will meel at 10 a.m. Monday to approve a 12-cent tax rate on each $100 of taxable property for a cumulative bridge fund for next year. The present two-cent cumulative bridge fund expires this year. If there are no remonslralors,. (he commisioners will approve the ordinance calling for establishment of the fund, The ordinance will then be referred to the Slate Board of Tax Commissioners. Thai board will Ihen set Ihe dale for another public hearing before the ordinance can be finally approved. Commissioners each year had lo waive their allolmenl of federal funds for bridge work due lo, Ihe facl thai Ihis county had no malching funds. The proposed 12-cenl levy based on the present assessed valuation would bring in about $60,000. Commissioners said many bridges in Ihe county are in bad shape and that repairs will be costly. Prayer Services Held For Jerrold Blanchard ROCHESTER—Prayer services were conducted Saturday by the Rev. William J. Simpson at (he Foster and Good funeral home for Jerrold D. Blanchard, one-day-old son of Marine Pvl. Jerry and Sue Ann Crissinger Blanchard. The boy was born Thursday at Bunker Hill Air Force Base. The father is stationed at Camp Pendleton, Cal. Surviving wilh .the parents are [he maternal grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. George Crissinger; the ialernal grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Blanchard; (he maler- nal great-grandparents; Mr. and Mrs! Giger Gilliland; the paternal *reat-grandparenls, Mr. and Mrs. Lee Holloway and Mrs. Carrie Blanchard, all of Rochesler. Burial was in the IOOF ceme- lery, Rochester. Peru Nan Succumbs Final Rites Monday PEBU-,lohn Tully, 83, of 264 West Mair St., died, in Ihe Peru Nursing Home at 3:55 p.m. Friday following several years' illness. Mr. Tully was a retired Peru grocer, and a C. & 0. Railroad brakeman, Born March 14, 1879 in Lafjyelte, he was the son of John and .i'ulia A. (O'Brien) Tully. He was first married lo Margaret Bonn who died in 1916. In 1920 he married Mary Ellen (Hoiland) Burie, who died in 1935. Surviving are Ihe following daughters and sons: Mrs. Orval Byers'of Milwaukee; Mrs. Daniel Wiederhoijft, Peru; Mrs. Robert C. Hill, I'ensacola, Fla.; James and ViHor, Tully of Peru; and the following step - children: Patrick Burke, Peru; Francis M. Burke, Fort Wayne; Florence Burke, Gin- cinnali; the Rev. John C. Burke, CSC, riotr-i Name, and Mrs. Leo Sheelz of Lucerne; 30 grandchildren and iiix great-grandchildren. One son. John Thomas Tully was repented missing in aclion during World War II. Funeral services will be held at the St. dharles Catholic Church al 9 a.m. Monday with the Rev. Burke offhiating at Ihe Requiem Mass. Bu;:ial will be in the Catholic cemelcry. Friends ! may call at the Brookman Funeral Home after noon on Sunday. Keep a regetable brush on hand at you r kitchen sink for scrubbing green beans, radishes and celery talks. 'Use: the brush for potatoes, loo, when:you are boiling or baking thf-m :n their skins. PLEASANT HILL GREENHOUSE 1016 Pleasilmt Ilill Pbone 5144 While making arrangements to Clean & Condition your Precious Furs for storage with us, It is wise to!, hove us make Repairs at the stimii time. You may even wish to! consider RESTYLING the Fur to.flul latest and smartest in fashions, • Cleaning & Conditioning ; • Repair • Storog* Restyling 6T4 E. Broadway Dial 3466

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