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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 29

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[ November 20, 1957. Seek Clues in Slaying From Family INDIANAPOLIS njp) _ Detec- tl v d cavc l! iet ^ Obert E - Reil 'y said waay he will meet with members 01 tiie family of Theodore R. Turner. 51. in an effort to uncover something in Turner's personal background which could be a clue to the slaying of the Indianapolis oil executive Sunday. Turner, owner of four service stations, was shot down by an unknown gunman as he returned to his home after making collections at nis stations. A bank bag containing monoy was left untouched on the back seat of Turner's car and $83 in his wallet was intact. That led police to believe robbery was not the motive. Reilly said he would meet with Turner's family Thursday to "delve deeply into his private life." "It's entirely possible that he had an enemy, either business or personal, and we don't know about it," he said. S? True Life Adventures SNOWV SANCTURV >"— ^-^^"^^ HE ARCTIC. RINGED SEAL'S SJUKSETSW \s A SCOOFED--OUT U3U3O UNPEK THE- HARP SMOW. HERE HER V3 ... UNLESS V^EIOHT OI= A. FREPArrO BREAKS THROUGH THE ROOF OF SNOW. U-EO Oidlfcuted ty King fruum Srr.JI Winamac Twenty members of the 4-H Fair committees met in the county extension office last week to organize for the 1958 Fair. Officers are:- President, Gordon Taiclet; vice president, George Klampe; secretary, Mrs. Robert Lizenby; treasurer, Jim Markin; 1 directors, Howard Roth, Ed Le-| man and Don Tiede. The committee was. briefed on problems connected with the running of the 4-H Fair. The dates for the 1958 Fair have not been definitely set. The committee will have another meeting on the evening of Dec. 5. Miss Barbara Minniear of Monterey, a senior, has been pledged to Omicron Nu home economics honorary, at Purdue University. Omicron Nu is a national honorary for women outstanding .in .scholarship and leadership in the area of home economics. Mrs. Robert Gawell spent a few days last week at Logansport because of the illness of her daugh- ter, Mrs. Patrick Appollonio, who was quite ill from complications alter the flu. Mrs. Ernest Chapman returned recently from Clearwater, Fla. She had accompanied her daughter Mrs. Warren Mullins of Monticello, to take' Mr. Mullin's mother to Florida to spend the winter in the home of another son. The ladies came home by plane. Mrs. Lester Mead was dismissed on Nov. 12 after five weeks in Carneal hospital and returned to her home at Hamlet. Mrs. Mead was injured in an automobile accident, south of Winamae. Mr. and Mrs. James Hansel! au,d daughter Jiil returned to their home at Gary on Tuesday after spending several days in the hoire of her parents Mr. and Mrs. Paul Strong. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Weiss of Houghton, Kansas came last week to remain through the Thanksgiving holiday in the home of her sister and brother. Miss Lucille Ran- rea's home at Lebanon was, held Sunday at the Winamac church, with a total of $636.10 being contributed in cash and gifts. Young people from Methodist churches in this area participated. Prizes for the best displays went to Rochester, Medaryville and Winamac. The Rev. Duggleby of Francesville led the opening song test and Miss Sharon Johnson of Kewanna was in charge of devotions. Dale Hiatt of Star. City, sub-district president, was in charge. Officers who will . take over next June, were elected as follows: President, Terry Smith of Rochester; vice-president, Darlene Nice of Winamac; secretary-treasurer, Connie Martin of Royal Center. A film, "The t Color of Man" was shown as an introduction to a talk by the Rev. Inman Dixon, pastor of Simpson Methodist church in Indianapolis, who spoke on "A Better World With Me." Two youngi men from Simpson church provided special music. Logansport, Indiana, Pharos-Tribune Nic» ke and Wilbur Ranke. 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