Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on May 14, 1957 · Page 3
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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 3

Logansport, Indiana
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Tuesday, May 14, 1957
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Tbesday Evening, May 14, 1957. ROVA.U. •• E:rsT E;R Logansport, Indiana, Pharos-Tribune Thre* Flora rx k A cliance of Richmond's survival, I\6SCU6 lYlQBI rescue workers dug around the clock. F l*f>fYt KXltIP Karly Saturday afternoon, the IUIII lYIIHt | rescue crews heard Richmond's RICTiWOOD, W.Va. (UP)—\V:1- voice. Ten hours later they reached liam C. Richmond, entombed for him. 74 hours in a coal mine, concluded today that "the lx>rd hoard me and saved me." The 38-year-o'd father of seven, in remarkable good condition when rescued from his tiny torn!) early j.' nr | Wayne, and granddaughter Sunday, recalled the first horror- of Mrs. Nellie Hawkins, of here, filled minutes of his ordeal and hns been chosen queen of the how "my prayer was answered." Four other men were working in the same section of the Done- san Coal and Coke Co. mine with Richmond, when the roof started to collapse, Richmond was at the farthest end of a tunnel when tlie fall beyan. The man working closest lo him managed to scramble out but when he tried lo follow, on hands end knees in the low-ceiling area, "the roof fell in ahead of me." Richmond said he crawled back as far as he could to the "rib"—! l; ( -v. Klhcrl Srnilh attendee! a the as yet uncut edge—of the mine ('amp leadership training confer- seam where he had been working, oner- at Camp 1'yoca, near Browns"I could see Ihe slate falling like town. Miss Carolyn .Jane Hawkins, a senior at Northside high school, has been school. A slory by Glenn LanU, local fieldman for in Kraft company, May and June issue of "Kraflsman." The story is about Lyle Broughton of near liurnellsville. A picture of Lanlx. appears in the maga'/.inc. liyron A, Jervis has purchased •I!) acres from Ihe heirs of Amanda Powell. The land is located northwest of Flora, not far from the farm where Jervis now lives big hunks of paper, with black dust pouring up, and f said, 'Lord, nobody can stop it but you. If you don't, I'm a goner.' The fall came right up to two feet of where I was huddled and stopped. He had heard." Though there appeared little «i n .NOTICI'I NO. JftlK(i) N'Jllr-n In liun-liy K lvi mill t;rn)r,i.»'il will oM'nr 111 (,'ann Cr.lnilv, llHlhi Till. \V.-:.| lliii;-ll;ilr Tw,, In M. .M. r,,»L' Hl',n i,f (Mi! Int Ten T. Tli.l'in'u Siil.illvl-i Cily of l.oi.-.iiii'-in.rl. I'.i.'iT.' 'mill 'I'ri.in ilii'v n Iilicr lll. I Unyc f Illll; , ll 1I|>|M Tl. tllln *vilLK or lii:<iir;iUi. l.-Mvcr.v l.r 'i'M lerl iit I, i, KIIM [iin-t, i'd'.li ilny "f MII.V, 1!i NATIf 'N A I, I'.AN 'iANSI'OILT. I X I < I A S'/V. AI'.M ;XISTKATHI! HI'' TUN KSTATK I IF '.V A I. •!•!••, 1 1 STUI.U IJKOKASKI) IIIIJ.IH ,? II M.MS, ATTIJIt.VKVS Local I'.oy Scouts rode elephants of Ihe Cole Hrothcrs circus Saturday morning in a parade downtown prior to the afternoon show at tho Community park. The circus was sponsored by the Flora Rotary club for the completion of Ihe new Scout cabin at the- park. Scvera! o. r the Scouts also attended the Scout-O-Kama in Logansport whore they had a display on asl ronotny. Jack U. Draper, son of Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Draper, former local residents, has been promoted from assistanf general manager to general manager of a sporting goods sloro in Lansing, Michigan. Don Taylor has resigned as a leai.-her ia Ihe local schools and has accepted a posiiion in the Monlicello school system as ns- sislanl. coach in two sporis. The Taylors will move to Monticello at Ihe close of the school year. Mrs. Cora SI. Arn;md, dome economics leacher in Young America, iias been employed in a similar posiiion in the riurlington schools. Kill Shaffer, a sludiMil at Man- chosler college, spent Ihe Molher's Day weekcsd with his mother, Mrs. Lynn Fisher, his lather and brothers. Miss Edith Lesley has been admitted to Memorial hospital, Logansport. Miss Mary Jane Harter, assisted by Mrs. Luman Hawkins, Mrs. Ruth Murphy, Mrs. Virginia Wilson of Miss Lois Mel/.ger, all local teachers, and Mrs. David Baum, Delphi, and Mrs. .]. C. Yur.kcr, Indianapolis, both former Flora teachers, were on the committee in charge of a formal dinner and initiation for Theta chapter, Delta Kappa Gamma honor society for women teachers, held at the Delphi Country club. Jack Douglas' racing car has been setting an extremely fast pace in the Indiana racing circuit. Jack is also the mechanic and Ray Kenens, of Delphi, is the driver. Recently the team won the feature a', Armseamp Speedway near Alexandria. At Kokomo, the local car also won the feature race with n time of 0:05, a new track record for the 25-lap stock car event. Poppy Days, which will he observed May 24 and 2!i, was the main topic at the recent meeting of the American Legion Auxiliary, Mrs. William Remley, poppy chairman, appointed area captains, Mrs. Chaimer Allbaugh, Mrs. George I3aiim and Mrs. Orel Wile.s who will select their workers for the various streets. Mrs. Paul Burns and Mrs. Ora Shirar will work in the business section. The Poppy poster award went to Bill Young, a senior at the Flora high school. The Auxiliary voted to help with Ihe expenses for n trip to summer camp for the crippled child of a veteran. Women are asked to meet at the Legion home to make bouquets for deceased members' graves. Potted plants will he presented to four Gold Star Mothers, Mrs. Harry Cree. Mrs. Oscar Rohrabaugh, Mrs. Emma Wi'.es and Mrs. David Lucas. A nominating committee consisting of Mrs. Junior King, Mrs. Henry Schnieb and Mrs. Walter Allen will report at I ho June mcefing. Members of the KM Kare Klub will meet at the homo of Mrs. Vina Nnrlhcult Wednesday morning aL!) o'clock for their annual breakfast parly. 409-415 E. BROADWAY DIAL 4166 OPEN ALL DAY WEDNESDAY STARTS WEDNESDAY! FAMOUS NAME COTTONS COTTON BLENDS MIRACLE BLENDS New Waverly HUB Bible School May 20 The New Waverly EUB Bibl school will begin Monday, May 2f at 8:30 a.m. with enrollment clayj being Wednesday, May 15, from 'i to 3 p.m. at the church. Enrollment may also be made with Mrs. Fred Angle, phone 40001. The school is Tor children from four years of age to and including teenage. All are invited to attend. Read the Classified Ads FALSE TEETH That Loosen Need Not Embarrass Muny wourern of mino leolli hnvo Billlcrcrt rail OMiliiimissmimt becmuiio Uiclr plat,, dropped, nllppuu or wolj- »li:U at Ji;nt i.lni wroiw Urns. Do not Jlvi! In foiu- or thlH luippunijiir to vou Jiint nprlnklf! a Hub, PASTEgTH iha « kiilliie (mm-ncid) pnwdnr. on yoi.r plnte.i. 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GOLDEN RULE COAT SALON only 10 SECOND FLOOR A grand collection of famous name dresses — shirtmaker styles, sleeveless styles, sheaths, pleated skirts, bouffant skirts, prints, plains and plaids. Junior, Misses, Half Si/.es Broken sizes so shop early — LIMIT—2 PER CUSTOMER! DRESS SALON-SECOND FLOOR Sorry— No Alteration* on these Sale Dresses HEAD and NECK-REST PILLOWS 8" X IS" E—Z—NAP pillows of 100r;., shredded foam rubber with a terry cloth cover ?n pastel colors. Use for televiewing, reading, at the beach or Drive In. Completely washable and non-allergic. Only $1.00 DOMESTIC DEPT.-FIRST FtOOR WHITE PORCELAIN JEWELRY SPECIAL! \ What could be more fashionable for the spring and summer months than the added touch of white. The perfect accent for your newest frock! Necklaces, earrings, bracelets ACCESSORIES-FIRST FLOOR SALE Whistle Stop That know their way around horn*, town and country. 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