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1PORT PUBLIC LIBRARY Friday Evening, June 29, 1962. CHUR CHES Martin M. Post Memorial Parish South Group Kenneth G. Bower, Minister CKNTEK 9:30 a.m. Worship Service-Trie Jjord's Supper followed with the Ohuruh School. I'ISGAH !>:30 a.tn. Church School IO::tO a.m. Worship Service Tho lord's Supper UNION !):45 a.m. Church School Thursday 1:30 p.m. Circle Meet- Ing Bethel A. M. E. Rev. Raymond Floyd. Pastor Service: 3:00 p.m. Bethel Tabernacle 915 IGth Street. Pastor—Rev; James R. Holt. Parsonage: 301 16th street, Sunday school 10:45 a.tn. all Junior church and Sunday wor- •hlp hour—9:30 a.m. Sunday evening worship—i.«su p.m. Prayer meeting! 7:30 p.m. -•Wednesdays Broadway Alliance !)OS East Broadway plrso r nW P6aU l5^ »>reet Sunday school 9:30 a.m. lor all Sunday worship 10:30 a.m. junior church at same time. Sunday evening worship—7.-JU ''"juniors, pre.teens and seniors —6:30 p.m. Sunday. Communion — lirst Sunday oj April, June. August, October and D ^H?u b . er o f Prayer-Thursdays 7:30 p.m. BeH Center Community Church Rev. James R. Gardner, Pastor Sunday School B:30 a.m. Nursery Hour 9:30 to 11:30 .m. Cradle Roll Hoijr 9:30 a.m. Adult Classes 9:80 a.m. ' Sunday Worship 10:30 a.m. Sunday evening worship 7:30 .m. Children's Choir sings the last unday night In each month 7:30 .m. Communion: First Sunday In ach Quarter. Starts with Jan., Vpril, July and October. Mid-week Prayer meeting 8:00 .m. Wednesday evening. Calvary Pentecostal Church Cicott at Market St. Rev. Wayne Hornbeclt, Pastor The church is consolidated with Bethel Tabernacle, 91G Sixteenth, and order of services Is listed there. For more information call church parsonage. Church Of The Brethren ]7th and Market St. Herman B. Landls, Pastor Summer Schedule Worship Service 9:00 a.m. Sunday School 9:50 a.-m. Chureh of Nnzarene 814 Sherman St. Pastor: G. C. Morgan. Parsonage: 865 Garfleld St. Sunday School: 9:30 a.m. All, Sunday worship: 10:30 a.tn. Sunday evening: 7:30 P-m. Teon-ase young: people: aun dav 6:45 p.m. Senior NYPS: Sunday 7 p.m. Prayer meetliis Wednesday Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints .121 % High Street, Losansport Branch President; Donald Worsley. 705 High Street Services: 10 a.m. Sunday li p.m. Sunday Priesthood meeting; Sunday at 8:30 a.m. ., ,. Primary tor Children under 13 years: Tuesday at 6 p.m. Relief Society meets Wednesday. 7:30 p.m. Columbia St. Church of Christ 200 Columbia St. Dwigrht Hesson, Minister. Residence, 1306 Sycamore St. Bible Classes for all ases 5:30 ' Sunday Worship 10:30 a.m. ana 6 p.m. Thursday services with, classes lor all ages, 7:30 p.m. Emmanuel Church Morgan Hill, Logansport William Hoy, Pastor Sunday School 9:30 a.m. . Morning Service 10:30 a.m. Kvening Service 7:30 p.m. Prayer Mooting Wodnesfla; 7:30 E.TO. First Assembly of God 610 Grove Street Vernon F. Miller, Pastor Parsonage: 912 Helm Street Sunday School - 9:45 a.m. Classes for all ages. Sunday Morning Worship - 11:00 'Sunday Evangelistic Service 7:30 p.m. „ ' Tuesday Evening - Christ's Ambassadors' Youth Service 7:00 n.m. .-,,1.1 Thursday - Prayer and Bible Study 7:30 p.m. First Chureh of Christ Scientist Ninth and North Streets . Sunday School: 10:'4B a.m. up to 20 years. Nursery: 10:15 a.m. up to 4 Sunday worship: 10:45 a.m. Mid-week service 7:46 p.m Wednesday. .. Gospel Chapel South Cioott at C11JI Dr. Remembrance Feast 9:30 a.m Sunday school 10:45 a.m. Gospel Service 7:30 p.m. Prayer Meeting 7:30 p.m. Wed Grace Bible Church 511 Twelfth St. Pastor Paul A. Grant Parsonage 914 Lafayette Drlv Worship and Sunday S c h o o (tlnltled service) 9:30 a.m. (al Youth Impact Hour 6:15 p.m. Evangelistic Service 7:00 p.m Mlfl.Week Service Wednesday 7:00 p.m. Greater Mt. Zion Tabernacle 1500 Erie Ave. Pastor: 3. W. White. Parsonage: 1628 Brie Ave. Sunday Morning Service 6 to """sunday School 10 to 11:30 ».m Devotional Service 11:30 Sunday Night Service 7:30. Kingdom Hall of Jehovah Witnesses Sunday 3:00 p.m. Public Tails. 4:15 p.m. Watchtowor BIbl fitudy. Tuesday 8:00 p.m. BIblo Study Thursday 7:30 p.m. Thoocratl Ministry School. 8:30 p.m. Your Service Meetln Salvation Army 414 South Third Street . S/Malor Fr-Jink Larson, Corp OCHcer Sunday: 10:00 a.m. Sunday School 11:00 a.m. Holiness Meeting C:00 p.m. Young Peoples Meet Iny 7:00 p.m, Strsot Service 7:30 p.m. Evangelistic Service Tuesday: 7:00 p.m. Homo League, Junlo Legion: Wednesday: C:30-S:30 p.m. Youth Recroa tion Thursday: . 7:00 p.m. Street Service 7:30 p.m. Midweek Servlc* Burnettsville Church of the Brethren Rev. Oliver Jioyor, Pastor. Galon Davidson. SS., Supt Evelyn Davis, Children's Sup Sunday School 9:30 a.m. t 10:30 a.m. Worship 10:80 ».m. to 11:3 a.m. Seventh Day Adventist 213 Broadway , Robert T. Hirst, Pastor Sabbath School 9:15 a.m. Sat- rday. Worship Service 11 a.m. Eat, rday. Prayer Meeting 7:30 p.m. Wed' esday. Camden LionsClub Installs Officers Crooked Creek Worship Service 10 a.m. Bible School 11 a.m. Shiloh Congregational Route 1 Pastor: C. Elliott Gardner Sunday-school; 9:30 a.m. Sunday Worship: 10:30 a Second and Fourth Sunday) Youth Service and Worship: 7:00 p.m. ^ourth Sunday) (Second and Trinity Episcopal Church Father Henry Solem Market at Seventh Sunday Mass: 7:!!0 a.m. and .m, Nursery: i) a.m. Bunker Hill Church Services Sunday Masses, 8:00, 9:00 a.m. CATHOLIC SCHEDULE! nd llfcSO p.m. Dally Mass 11:30 a.m. Novena: Novena of Mother or Perpetual Help at 7:30 p.m. ev- ry Wednesday evening. Confessions: BeforV Mass anc aturday from 7:00 to 8:00 p.m Choir Rehearsal: Every Wed- .esday at 8:00 p.m. Altar Boy Practice: Every Tuesday at 4:00 p.m. PROTESTANT SCHEDULE Sunday 9:45 a.m.: Sunday School—^Chapel Annex and Serico Club. Sunday 10:00, 11:00 a.m. jaorn- ng Worship Service—Base Chap- Tuesday, 7:15 p.m.; Adult Choir Rehearsal—Base Chapel. Thursday, 3:30 p.m.: Youth Choir Rehearsal—Base Chapel. CAMDEN--The .Camden: Lions. 3ub held iin installation dinner neeting at ;the Methodist church Vednesday 'evening with 21 mem- )ers and two guests present. The new officers installed by Frank Wilcox were: Albert Verill, president; . Curtis George, irst vice president; John Berk- hire, second vice-president; Fred tVagonei'j third vice-president; 'rank Stiles, treasurer; Everett Jrown, Tailtwister; Joe Jones, jontamer and Lowell Edging, ecretary.' , Aim-Hi HD Club Meets Mrs. Joyce Sanderson and-Mrs. Carolyn Edging entertained the members of the Aim-Hi Home Demonstration Club at Mrs. San- lerson's home Thursday evening. Home Builders Class Meets Members of the Home Builders lass of the Lower Deer Creek ihurch of the Brethren held a fiener roast with their teacher at the church Tuesday evening.' Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Replogle ierved as the committee-in- iharge. Personals About twenty attended the Mulin reunion held Sunday in Delphi city park. Mr. ! and Mrs. Ralph Rohra- jaugh, Sr., and grandson have 'elurned from a motor trip to Opp UFE TABERNALCE Corner Northern and Clifton Pastor: Dale L. Albln, D.D. Sunday 10:00 a.m. Biblo Educa, Jon* classes for all ages. 11:15 a.m. Morning Worship 7:30 p.m. Dollverence for thi clc Tuesday: 7:30 p.m. Holy Ghos Mlprht. Wednesday 7:30 p.m. Youth fo Christ, Saturday 7:30 p.m. Faith ClinI, Roush Blasts Burns Ditch onents WASHINGTON ,OUPI) — Rep '. Edward Roush, D-Ind., blastet wo opponents of the Indiana dee] ater port at Burns Ditch Thurs lay in a speech prepared fo: •louse delivery. •, • The usually soft-spoken Rousl charged the Interior Departmen edited the report of another gov ernment agency in a deliberate a empt to cast suspicion on the pro posed Lake Michigan 'port. He also attacked Illinois spoke? men who oppose the port on th grounds it would destroy a recre ational area. Roush said the me were working behind a shield conservation designed to hide th [act they are trying to protect I .inois' Calumet Port from compe alien. VARIETY CONTEST WILL BE HELD IN MIAMI COUNTY PERU — The Miami Count ?arm bureau will sponsor a var. ety contest at 8 p.m. Friday a .he Community building at the 4-] fairgrounds. The contests will be divide nto three divisions. Children :he pet and hobby club ag .hrough ten years old will be i .he children's group. Those .hrough high school - age will in the second classification and :he other division will be family groups, mixed groups or members not included in the other two. Winners in the contest will be eligible to participate in the district contest to be held in Wabash on July 6. CROSSWORD PUZZLE Answer to Yesterday's Puiile I . Lcgansport, Indian;*, Pharos-Tribune Thret southern Indiana where they visited relatives. Mrs. Leslie Klickner and THrs. Billy Tree entertained members of the Truth Seekers Class 5 Sunday , at the Lower, Deer Creek Church of the Brethren. Mr. and Mrs. Russell Gardner were weekend guests' of Mr., and Mrs. Donald Gardner and family in South Bend. .Mrs. Bessie Leslie of Mishawaka is visiting relatives and friends here while getting her property ready for disposal. John Sonifrank and. wife .'and Mr. and Mrs. Orville Sonifrank of Peru attended the church services Sunday of the Lower Deer Creek church, ; Guests Sunday of Mrs. Blanche Spitler and family were Mr. and Mrs. Mark Taylor arid daughters and Mr. and Mrs. Cecil ,'Adair of Logansport and Tony Wayne Harris of Bringhurst. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Brubaker and sons of Garland, Texas, are visiting with relatives here during the next two weeks, -i . ' The American Legion Auxiliary Unit No. 413 will hold its .July meeting at the Legion home, on July 2; Rev. and Mrs. Devon Hodges and family are in Florida for two weeks. Woman From Paris, France, Spending Summer in Flora FLORA — Mrs. Mabel Schan- aub of Paris, France arrived to visit with Jesse Johnson of South tenter st. She has been teaching his past year in Paris, and plans o spend the summer in Flora with her father. Personals Miss Susan Perigo went to Pine Ireek camp south of Oxford where she is spending a week. Mrs. Charles Kirk arrived from Albuquerque, New Mexico, last White County Submits School Plan To State MONTICELLO — The three-unit school reorganization plan for White county has been re-submitted to the state commission for school reorganization .according to Billie J. Holmes, secretary of the county committee. John Brown of Monon township was appointed to the committee x> fill the vacancy created by the death of Lloyd Querry. Antitrust Suits MILWAUKEE (OPI) - The Justice Department has namec 15 major papermakdng firms in antitrust actions filed here and x Madison, Wis. Some of the larger firms were American Can Co. Kimberly-Clark Corp., St. Regis Paper and Scolt 'Paper Co. The grand jury said the firms illegally conspired to hold down prices they paid for pulp wooc and that the alleged conspiracies helped the corporations to virtual ij- freeze prices paid small farm ers, loggers and dealers. Read the Want Ads! ACROSS l-Sobbed 6-Urges ori 11-Paris stock exchange 12-RantlnB 14-'Jttine vein 15-Cufoic mej.er' 17-Man's nickname •• IS-Beverage 19-Conflasrtt- ". tions , ' . 20-Brother ••(abbr.) 21-Frefix: down 22;Man's nanie ' 24-Bimt E ' 0 26-Waste silk fibers 27-Ralsed 28-Muse -of history Z9-Plumlll;e .fruit (pi.) 31-Wider .*M-Containers 'SE-Tjiberates UK-Chinese mile 37-Beam 3!)-Footllke part 40-IndeHnite article 41-I.roquolan Indian (pi.) 42-Country - bumpkin (collorj.) 43-Itongs for • 45-Occurrences 47-Cut of meat' 48-Arrows DOWN 1-More temperate' 2-Tmpolite a-Anger 4-Plurol ending 5-Hoped for 6-Color 7-Padillea 8-Mature • 9-Roman gods . ,l(]-Traps 11-Part of knife ^U-Shecn' ' 16-Walked on IS-Homan goddesses 20-Ponder \ 22-Z-and • ; measure (pi.) ZS-Assumed name 25-Blauk wood 26-FIoatlng, masses of ice 28-Folded 29-Wander 30-ClImbing r plants' 31-Kind of cheese- < 32-Chooses 33-Endangers 38-Wild buffalo of India. 39-T^qnid measure 37 47 45, 48 Dittr. by ..United Feature Syndicate, Inc. ROCHESTER Farm Bureau Co-Op Names New Manager week for a visit with her parents tfr. and Mrs. Russell Garrisson. She will also visit with Mr. Kirk's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Kirk, :outh of Flora. Dale Brower has returned home rom the hospital in Logansport .vhere he was a patient for two weeks. Charles Lee Burton has been elurned to Ihe hospital in Lafa- 'ette where he'll undergo observation. He has been on the "sick- isl" for 5 -weeks. Mr. and Mrs. Junior Harmon are in Florida on a Ihree-week vacation. The A.'D. Bishops and their son Mike are in Platte Lake, Michigan! for a couple of weeks. Mrs., Loren Chittick has as guests Mr. and 'Mrs. A. C. Coffey of Shedd, Oregon. The 4X4 bridge club will meet in the home of Mrs. Ruth Jordan on Wednesday evening. Mrs. Joe Eikenberry and daughters left for Tripoli, Libya, where Ihey will join U.S. Air Force Captain Joe Eikenberry who is at that station. Charles Carroll. chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution met at the home of Mrs. Fred Hook Friday. A delicious luncheon was served on a table decorated in red, white and blue. ROCHESTER — A new manager for Fulton County Farm Bureau Co-op has been .named by the board of directors. He is Billy Gene Woodcox of Kewanna. Woodcox has been manager of the Kewanna Branch for the last years. He will take over the duties of- Don Metzger, who resigned to accept a similar posi- 1 tion-at Elkhart. .•Woodcox, with .his wife and three children, will move to Rochester soon. Local School Reorganization will be the subject brought before the public at a meeting held at Pinhook Grange Hall, west of the city on Ind. 14, at 8 p.m. Friday. The meeting is .being called by the Union-Richland, Newcastle Townships Citizens Committee. A discussion will be held to plan future procedures in reorganization as a result of recent court rulings which have halted organization of a new school district here temporarily. •' An application for marriage license was issued Tuesday in the county clerk's office to Raymond Harols Craig, rural route 1, Rochester, and Willetta Minglin, 42! West Fifth street. The various Fulton County tax ing units on Tuesday receivec their share of the spring tax coi lection on property, in check DELPHI WOMAN RETURNS HOME FROM MICHIGAN DELPHI — Mrs. J. D. Klepinger, who accompanied her daugh- er, Mrs. Harold Stratton o£ "Indianapolis,, and the latter's mother-in-law, Mrs. Melvin Stratton ,o a cottage in Michigan, has re- urned to her home here. Mrs. tfelvin Stratton has been spend- ng her summers at the Michigan •esorl. Mrs. A. J. Donk entertained the Neighborhood Bridge Club Monday evening at her home on East Honroe Street. Mr. and Mrs. William H. Bradshaw have purchased the Mrs. James Smock residence on West Morth Street in South Delphi. VIrs, Smock is making her home with her son, Dr. George Smock and family in Terre Haute. Miss Nina Shaw, a Delphi high school junior, who has been on two-week trip to the Grand Canyon and other points of interest in Arizona and New Mexico, nas returned to Aurora, 111., but will spend two weeks there with her aunt and uncle before returning to her home on route 4, Delphi. Mrs. William Schmidt and daughter have gone to Atlanta Ga., to join Mr. Schmidt. They have been residing in the Melvin Jackson apartment on East Main Street. Robert Hardesly of Reynolds was arraigned in Lee Stone's J.P. court on charges of assaul and battery. He was given a fine and costs totaling $26. He was ar rested north of Delphi. Bod Checks Passed Here Fraudulent checks totaling $249 ve i>een passed in Logansport stores iduring the month of June, accorcSrig to Police Captain James Steinnian. The -checks signed Marlin Mitchell were returned from the Fort Wayni! bank on which they were drawn, showing the account had been slosed. One of the checks, valued at 175, was given to a downtown store for payment of a purchase of $5i|.91. Change of 24.0J was jiven to the customer. The other checks were lor amounts of $25, $40 and $100. Slei'3>nan said a man described as 4!;- years old, weighing 190 sounds, and a woman, 35, weighing KIO pounds were the persons who Hashed the checks. WINS DAMAGE SUIT NEW YORK CUPI) - Former radio • television commentator John Henry Faulk was awarded $3,5 million damages Thursday mailed from the auditor's office.!night in his libel suit against he claimed de career by falsely j The total $1,104,860.42 made up of $1,095,833.60 in property taxes and $1,026.82 in bank taxes. was | three defendants stroyed his branding him a Communist' sympathizer. 'Very Pleased' WASHINGTON XUPI) - Secretary of State Dean Rusk said today he and President Kennedy were "very pleased" with the results of his 10-day fence mending tour to European -capitals. The secretary conferred with Kennedy early this morning before the President left on a goodwill trip to Mexico. WHY PAY MORE? CASH AND CARRY SAVES YOU MONEYS ANNOUNCES CANDIDACY MEMPHIS, 'Tenn. r (UPI) George Brown'.Sr., Negro .car- man for the Illinois Central Railroad, Thursday announced his candidacy for the state House of Representatives in the August Republican primary. Brown, 53, is the first Negro to seek a legislative'seat in Shelby (Memphis) County; 2x4's 8 ft 58c 10 ft 72c 12 ft. .... .87e 14 ft. ...$1.00 16 ft 1.16 Plywood 4x8x'/«" ..2.99 4x8x3/4" . .7.25 * * * * Sheathing Buys 4x8x!'/z" . .4.25 4x8x%" ..4.99 Roofing 220 Lb. Thick- Butt Shingles only $6.99 sq. White & Green 15ft. Felt $2.65 5-gal. Coating $3.65 EVERYDAY LOW PRICES AT South Side Lumber Co. 811 Burlington Ave. Logantport, Ind. Baby Drowns TERiR-E HAUTE, Ind. (UPI)— One-year-old Christopher Allen Toney drowned Thursday night -when he climbed into a 'bathtub while momentarily unattended at his home. quickly, easfly at HOOSIER FINANCE Wrap up all your bills—car, furniture, appliances, medical or personal—into one easy monthly payment. It's smart—and saving, too. CaU «s today! LOANS UP TO $450 or morel C HOOSIERl FINANCEj HOOSIER FINANCE 504 E. BROADWAY PHONE 3156 JT-V CALVARY PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH Seventh at Spencer Streets • /Logansport, Indiana .MINISTERS Irving R. Phillips Peter A. Eckert ANNOUNCING SUMMER SERVICES . for July and August »:30 a.m.—Sunday School and Nursery 9:30 a.m.—Morning Worship Service , SUMMER PREACHING SCHEDULE Mr. Phillips and Mr. Eckert will be preaching on the following themes during the summer July 1—"Nobody Needs to be Nobody" , . Mr. Phillips July 8—"A Night with TV" Mr. Phillips •July' 15—' 'Please Excuse Me" Mr. Phillips July 22—"Picking Up the Fragments" Mr. Phillips July 2S—"1he Lonely Crowd" : Mr. Phillips-, • August 5—"How Old Is Old?." Mr. Eekert August 13—"How Big Is Big?" .Mr. Eckert August 19—"How Fast Is Fast?" ... Mr. Eckert August 26—"How Far Is-Far?" Mr. Eckert September 2—"Beligion MTWTHFS" Mr. Phillips No need to keep on letttflfl th* he.it kill your business. H's easy to >ull in customers who iuy— when your store is comfortably air conditioned with a compact t_*rmox cooling um». It's easy to buy (on the LCOHOK Easy Pay Pl'in); rt's easy to operate fl.-snno* efficiency saves oper- frMng costs). Drop M or cafl Kwlay for a fre« coc4»>g s«r»ey »l pour ANYONE FOR SPORT... (.Corsair's the ce.r that's got it) When"you feel this one's nimbfe handling and sure-footed traction, you'll feel as zesty as your Corvak. And that Moiiiza Club Coupe at the left is eagcir to show you just how zesty that is. CORVAIR MONZft LUXURY... (Just tample on r Jet-smooth variety) How about feeling expensive— without 'the expense? How about that .Impala Sport Coupe at the left? More car: would be hard to find no matter what you paid. JET-SMOOTH CHEVROLET OR A BIT OF BOTH? (Chew H> ofcottrtet) Pipe that Nova 400 Wagon* at the left! It's hard to imagine anything so lively and good looking being so thrifty. But our Chevy II cars are easily jthat—and winner* of Car Life magazine's Engineering Excellence award, too! *Rool Lugpf > C»rrxi option! at wtra-cwt. CHEVY H NOVA inn W.S.E. CHEVROLET- BUICK. INC Second and Broadway Logansporr, Indiana Phone 4135

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