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SUNDAY, JUNE 24,1962 THE PHAROS-TRIBUNE and LOGANSPORT PRESS, LOGANSPORT. INDIANA PAGE SEVENTEEN Books and Authors Answer to Previous Puiil* 4 Takes into custody 5 Lower 6 Roman poet 7 Letter 8 Poem 9 Diva's specialty 10 Communists 11 Hurry 19 Regret 20 Oceans 22 Musical ' syllables 23 Piece of type 24 Incite . 25 Individuals 26 " Tim" 27 Soviet river ACROSS I Novelist Gale 5 Dickens' pen name 8 Poet 12 State 13 Prayer 14 Region 15 Close 16 Tom Sawyer's brother 17 Covers 18 Came in 20 Cut 21 Over (prefix) 22 Afternoon social event 23 Repeat a . „ literary passage 28 Dove's home 26 Slander 2 9 Paradise 30 Vases 31 Prejudice 32 Land measure 33 Era 34.Authors' tools 35 Fruit 38 Fate 38 Homer heroine 39 Legal matters 40 Shaw's "Arms and the " 41 Entreaties 44 Season (pi.) 48 Burden 49" Miserables" 50 Tropical plant 51 Church recess 52 Exist 53 Iranian money 54 Seines 55 Assent 56 Writer- philosopher Marx DOWN- 1 Author Grey 2 Baking chamber' 3 Tidy SIEIOUL. 1 p - •JN1PI LEIRIS 31 Franklin and Hocht 34 Pastries 35 Hamlet's country 37 Exchanges 38 Cured meat 40 Clio and Erato 41 Chart • 42 Horse's gait 43 Direction 44 Withered 45 Lamb 46 Bellow 47 Vend 49 Deposit NEWSPAPER ENTERPRISE ASSN. Walton Legion Auxiliary Naies New Officers WALTON — The Legion Auxiliary met for regular business at the Legion Home on June 20. Following the regular opening a program was given. Four girls from the Junior Auxiliary entertained with a group of songs. Patsy Saylors, accompanied by Sylvia Martin, sang "How Great Thou Art." A song fest was led by Mrs. Saylors, accompanied by Mrs. Martin. The second district president, Mrs. Laverne Lewis and daughter, of Rensselaer were introduced. District Meeting The president, Peggy Trader, reported on the district meeting at Camden and stated the local unit would host the district meeting in November. The state convention in South Bend in July was announced. The following officers were elected: President, Peggy Trader; first vice, Virginia Sprinkle; second, vice, Frances Edwards; sec'y>, Ruth Cook; treasurer, Geneva Nelson; historian, Blanche Walker; sergeant of arms, Marilyn Price; executive committee, Geneva Nelson, Jane Baker and Patsy Saylors. The officers will be installed at the August meeting. Mary Baber, Wilma Jean Hinkle and Marilyn Winters were named on the July entertainment committee. ' Mildred Cook was given the surprise package and Geneva Nelson, the door prize. Refreshments were served to 22 members and the 2 guests by Virginia Sprinkle, Frances Turner nnd Mildred Cook. Mrs. L. E.. Fair received word Thursday • of the death of her brother-in-law, Henry Lindenberger of Culver City, Califor- nio. His death followed an illness of three weeks. The Willing Workers class of the Methodist Church met June 22 in the home of Mrs. Sarah Cook. Club Guests Mrs. Mae Bruner is visiting Mr. and Mrs. Marlin Bruner ant daughter of Deer .Creek. Mrs. Bud Erny, Mrs. Keith Erny and Mrs. Charles Remley were guests at the D & 0 club Thursday evening when it met .-in the home of Mrs. Joe Erny. 'Contests and bunco were the diversions. Prizes were awarded to Mrs. Bon Shedron, Mrs. Harold O'Blcms, Mrs. Carl Hinkle and Mrs. Earl Purcell. A color scheme of blue and white was used for appointments and refreshments served. Others present were Mrs. Edgar Earner, Mrs. Keith Hyman, Mrs. Glen Ward, Mrs. Russel Cotterman, and Mrs. Don Winn. YM Schedule Of The Week Monday—9:00-10:00 Volley Ball, 10:00-12:00 Whiffleball, and 1:003:00 Trampoline Instruction. Tuesday—10:00-12:00 Trampoline Instruction, 1:00-4:00 Craft Class and 4:00-5:00 Box Hockey. Wednesday —10:00-12:00 Hike and 1:00-3:00 Trampoline Instruction. Thursday —10:00-12:00 Tram, poline Instruction, and 1:00-4:00 Craft Class. Friday—10:00-11:00 Field Trip, 1:00-3:00 Trampoline Instruction, and 9:00 Hegistralion for Camp Tecumseh. .Saturday—1:30 movie. Every day—L adder tournaments-Chess, Checkers, billiards and ping pong. Greeting Cards tor All Occasions FRIENDSHIP AN& GET WEt CARPS A sure prescription for the ailing friend is frfondsWp and cheer sent in gay, clever, traditional or Contemporary designs. Choose from our complete selection of Hallmark Friendship and Get Well Cards. We Have Cards for JEvery Occasion CONTEMPORARY CARDS VACATION CARDS FRIENDSHIP CARDS WEDDING CONGRATULATIONS ANNIVERSARY CONGRATULATIONS BABY CONGRATULATIONS RELIGIOUS CARDS SYMPATHY CARDS GIFT ENCLOSURE CARDS THANK YOU CARDS BABY ANNOUNCEMENTS And a beautiful selection of Note Paper & Stationery HALLMARK CARDS "When you care enough to send the very best" Hallmark Cards Sold Here Exclusively Remember—They Cost so Little and Mean so Much! Timberlake's Gift Shop "Your Greeting Card Headquarters" LAST CHANCE THIS YEAR... *"* * THIS COMPLETE 3x5 FOdll FUG IIT...Y0.01I AT OUR COST! %, m mm m FLY THIS FLAG ON YOUR HOME on Independence Day, July WE OFFER THE FLAG AT COST AS A PUBLIC SERVICE COMPLETE KIT ONLY 00 If picked up at our office, or $3.35 postpaid. F j '"••"" OFFICIAL 50.STAR FLAG ORDER BUNK PHAROS-TRIBUNE & PRESS LOGANSPORT, IND. Please send flag kits at $3.35 per kit. Enclosed find check, money order or cash in the amount of $ (please make checks payable to Pharos-Tribune & Press. NAME ••••M ADDRESS. CITY. STATE.. ZONE.... Show the colors on your home July 4... as a small part in i;he effort to show the free world that America stands united in every slate from Maine to Hawaii.'We offer this complete kit at cost as a public iservice... a big 3x5 foot flag of colorfast cotton with double stitched stripes, a 6- foot two piece jointed staff with ball top decoration, halyard, heavy metal bracket with screws for permanent mounting on window or door of home, instruction folder and flag etiquette folder ... all in heavy corrugated storage kit. Get your kit now by coming in to c-'iir office at address shown below...or by using mail coupon at left. Remember there are more than 20 nationally important holidays on vrhich the flag should fly... New Years, Lincoln's and Washington's Birthdays, Memorial Day,. Flag Day, Veteran's Day, and many others, May every home in town show the colors...on July 4th...andmany holiday,*to coma. THE LOGANSPORT PRESS

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