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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 14

Logansport, Indiana
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Tuesday, May 14, 1957
Page 14
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Sixteen Logansport, Indiana, Pharos-Tribune Will Present 64 Diplomas At Winamac WINAMAC — Sixty-four seniors at Winamac high school will receive diplomas at commencement exercises Wednesday, May 22, in the high school auditorium. Professor J. R. Mitchell will deliver the address. Baccalaureate will be conducted charged in Justice Louis Alt's Athens court, later. Mrs. Nancy Martin, 76, who lived with her daughter, Mrs. Russell Koch, Talma, died of carcinoma at 10:40 p. m. Sunday at ner daughter's home. She had been in ill health for a year and seriously ill for four months. She was married to Orville Martin, December 25th, 1903, who preceded her in death, since which time she has resided with her chil- Teacher Is Accused Of Disrobing Eighth Grade Girl Students FAIRFAX, Va. 'UP)—A 31-year- old teacher, called the "most popular teacher in school," today iaced charges of disrobing eighth grade girl students and giving them "maturity tests" at Mount Vernon High School here. Fairfax County police said teacher Jack E. Hamilton, father dren. Mrs. Martin was born July 18, , , . _ , . . , ., j 1880, in Kosciuskp county, the at 8 p.m. this Sunday ,m the Meth-; dau g hler of Hugh and Alic /st a ck- od.st church w,th the minister ofL gh * b f th the church, Rev. Jones, deliveringl Mount Tabor church of God _ tne sermon. j „,, . . ., „ _ , , ... , ,, ' Other survivors besides Mrs. Graduates wil he Mary Bar- jKoch are another daughter| Mrs . field, Jerry Barrmger. Linda Beel. Joe Mi ,, er- Akroni a ^ One]li Jay Bonnell, Muriel Bonnell, Elizabeth Braun, Geneva Button, Donald Chapman, Garry Colgrove, Jamas Crist, Joseph Crist, Ella Pilts, Loretta Evans. Carolyn Ezra, Alien Finke, Patsy Floyd. Ruth Freeman. Andrew Fugate, Daniel Garigan, Jon Cast, Marcia Harris, Phyllis Haynes, Ernest Heims, Charles Hcin, Jack Henry, Judith Hettinger, Jeanette Hoffman, Barbara Holt, Robert James, Sharon Knarr, Thomas Knarr, Richard Kurz, Jerry Lebo, Irene Leslin. Rcnee Lewis, Catherine Lincoln, I.averne Loehmer, Linda Lo.^an, Donna Ludwig, Janice Mctz, Jacquelin Murphy, Daniel Pcsarssi, Nila Pierce, Dennis Pletka. Marilyn Reidelbach, Marie Richtcr, James Roberts, George Roller, Marjorie Roller, Lynn Ross. Darla Sayers, Frederick Schramm, Janice Schull/. Donald Shrader, Richard Shrader, Judith Smith, Marilyn Stepp, Stephen Stepp, Kotherine Torfierscn, Diane Trinosky, Virginia Wolas, Betty Weisenburgcr, John Zellers. Rochester Mr. and Mrs. Thurl Piper and family and Mrs. Lulu Piper were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Donald Perry and daughter of Plymouth. Leroy T. Kidd, 22, Macy, paid $15.75 in Justice James Walton's •Rochester court upon conviction of public intoxication, his arrest was South Bend, three sisters, Mrs. Margaret Arndt, Stockwell, Ind., Mrs. Laura Long, Warsaw, and Mrs! Nora Grimm, Milford, also two brothers, Ralph Stackhouse, Bourbon, and Tom Stackhouse, Leesburg. Services will be at 2 p. m. Wednesday, in the Reed Funeral home in Mentone, with the Rev. Victor Yecger, Akron, officiating. Burial will be in the Stony Creek cemetery near Atwood. Marriage licenses were issued in the county clerk's office recently: Roy Leininger and Mary Lantz, both of Akron; William A. Adams, Akron, and Ardith Bathrick, Rochester; and to Charles D. Herschell, Indianapolis, and Madelyn Faye Anderson, Rochester. Admissions to Woodlawn Hospital are Jerry Keel, son of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Keel, Argos; Mrs. Daisey Fleck, Marion; Mrs. Cathy Carpenter, 118 Clayton St.; William A. Ball, R. H. i; Annie Cleveland, Peru. Dismissals: Thomas Sharp, Bourbon; Mrs. James Ramsey, Akron; Mrs. Herbert Myer, R, R. 1; fir- nest Caslow, II. R. 5. Mr. and Mrs. Arnold E. Smith, Valparaiso, were Sunday guests of their (laughter and family, the William Freybcrgs. The 0AM club were entertained Saturday evening in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Bailey. A delicious carry in dinner was en- by city police. Also Lannis Lane, i joyed after which the evening was K. R. <!, Warsaw, upon conviction spent in visiting, of disregarding a stop sign, pak,' "" ' •' $i!).75 in the same court. Gaylord K. I.unsford, 2<1, Plymouth, appeared in Fulton circuit court Monday morning following his arrest by Ihe sheriff's department in Akron, to answer the charge of drunken driving. He was given a fine of $25 and costs, and a six month suspended sentence to the state penal farm. It was his first offense. State police arrested David W. Pence, and Mrs. Lilah Herron, both of South Bend, also Mrs. Mary E. Gates, 32, R. R. 1, Lucerne. Pence paid $l!).75 in Justice Everett Gray's Fulton court upon conviction of exceeding the s'.alu speed limit, and Mrs. Herron paid $1!>.75 after being convicted of improper passing. Mrs. Gains, who was cited for exceeding the state speed limit, Is to appear in Gray's court later. Sli>v<> Cunningham, 20, iniw Wal- Ine<! street, Rochester, who was cited by city police lor Improper registration, is to appear in Walton's court, Rochester, at a later date. Ernest L. Burgoon, 45, Bridgeport, III., was arrested in Athens by a special deputy and in to be Those present' wore Mr. nnd Mrs. John Plichus and daughter, Sue, Mr. and Mrs. Francis Zcga- fuse, Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Bramen and children, Mrs. Lillian Braman, Mr. and Mrs. John McKin- ncy, Mr. and Mrs. Guy Bryant, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Stabler, all ol Rochester and Mr. and Mrs. Carl Phillips, of ftourbon. Mr. and Mrs. Guy Bryant had as their Mother's Day guests, their children, Mrs. Jacob Casper and son of Fulton,-Mr. and Mrs. Du!c Bryant and family, Rochester, Mr. and Mrs, Gone Bryant and family of Plymouth; Mr. and Mrs. John Weigle and family, and Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Young, all of Indianapolis. Mr. and Mrs. Harry McVay, and Mr. and Mrs. Carl Overmyer and sons, were six o'clock dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Kite and children of Valparaiso. Mr. and Mrs. Ora Eiler and his mother, Mrs. William" Eiler, of Elkhart, spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Paul A. Eiler. Mr. and Mrs. Bud Johnson had as their Sunday dinner guests, Mr. and Mrs. Frazier Lowe and children, Mr. and Mrs. Dick Swartz, and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Eiler and son, Bobby, of Rochester. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Hubbard and children, and Mr. and Mrs. Tohn Fuller spent Sunday in Battle Creek, Mich., guests of Mr. and Mrs. Lowell Wolfe. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Westwopd entertained to Sunday evening dinner, their son, Randell Westwood and family. Mr. and Mrs. R. 0. Bowers of Rushvillc were weekend guests of Mrs. Bower's brother, Paul Adamson and family. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Adamson and son, Teri Lynn, entertained at a Mother's Day dinner, honoring her mother, Mrs. Dee Berrier. Guests were Mr. and Mrs. Berrier, Miss Grace Ewing, Miss Judy Adamson, all of Rochester and Mr. and Mrs. II. 0. Bowers of Rushvillc, William Shine was an evening cal- er. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Justus en- .ertained to dinner Saturday evening: Mr. and Mrs. Howard Kreigh- laum and son, Michael, of Plymouth, Mr. and Mrs. Harry !<reighhaum of Indianapolis, and Mrs. Pansey Kirkley of Indianapolis. Mrs, Howard Krcighbaum and son, remained overnight 'to spend Mother's Day with her mother, Mrs. Justus. Mrs. Mary Scroxton was also a Sunday dinner guest. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Woodcox had as their Saturday evening guest, Mrs. Louis Monday of Noblcsvilic. Mr. and Mrs. Jackie Robinson and son, Gary, of Fort Wayne, were Sunday visitors with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Robinson. NOT SO AMIABLE The hippopotamus of the upper Nile River, often thought of as a harmless, amiable creature, can attack without apparent, provocation. of two small children, was arrested on two charges filed by the parents of two teen-aged girls. A third child's mother said she also would file charges. Hamilton was released under $10,000 bond pending a hearing Friday. The county ^chool board suspended him pending the hearing. Police said Hamilton was accused 1 of using the promise of iobs in a modeling studio to lure six girls to an interview in an empty classroom. Three girls were called back later to be given "maturity tests" in which they were required to disrobe, two of the girls charged. Hamilton was not immediately available for comment. Feathers Wanted. Horton's. Card of Thanks We wish to thank friends, neighbors, Memorial Hospital, doctors, pall bearers, Rev. Ridenbeck, Wolf funeral home for flowers and sympathy shown us during the illness and death of my brother. —James A. Myers and Family Jim White Fire Insurance Ph. 2491 HOUSE FOR RENT EASTEND PHONE 2223 SIX HOUR SHIRT FINISHING 12TH ST. TUB-O-SUDS LAUNDRY Storm Windows and Doors GLEN REID'S A & A 511 Eric Avc. Pnon« 3(i50 FINANCE PLAN AVAILABLE KITCHEN MAID KITCHENS Beautiful kitchens for old gnil nowliomoi.Miny corwonloncns' SouiKlfyconstrtlC' tod of Wttrm, friendly, dumbli wood. IT'S TIME TO REGISTER FOR THE SUMMER TERM School it in lattion all summer Day and Bvaning Cla*i«i Call In ponon, wrlta, or phon«. Our coitago office Ii open daily from 0 fo 4 and an Saturday morning* until noon. Veteran ap- provud. Indiana Business College Barnei Office Uldg. Lorjaruport Sadie K. Croory Mrjr. TO BUTT IT" A. J. Schmidt Co. 3658 BIG SAVINGS When You Install Your Own Floors You don't no«d to pay $250 to $300 for INCONSPICUOUS ...QUALITY HEARING AIDS 1 Tftft FERNBAUGH'S Jewelry Store 416 E. Bdwy. l5l(M>AY MOHBMACK OUMUWail S The president of D~XSunmv^nnotinces a lowe's Little Roofer Says: SAVE DOLLARS Our warehouses and offices ar« open ot 7:00 a. m. Monday thru Saturday. Shop and save. SPECIALS FOR . . . 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Attructivo in appear- Sun for yoursi>lf| Culi or anca. Strong, woalhurpronf slop in TODAY. It Pays to Plan wilh your Sleet Span Man Before you buy any building, pole or otherwise, let us give you a Free Estimate on these Cuckler Steel-Span Buildings, You will be proud to own one of these buildings. We have one of those buildings being erected in Rochester We Can Save You $$$$$$ Fansler Lumber Co. "One Stop Builders Service" Rochester, Ind. Phone CA 3-2151 Tuesday Evening, May 14, 1937. Electric Light Bills Duej Register for FREE RCA color 15th 1St Pena ' ty added 3tter May Television at Combs Shoe St0re ' Card of Thanks We wish to thank friends and neighbors for kindnesses and sympathy extended in the death of our husband and falher. —Mrs Robert H. Coleman and family. GERANIUMS 25c and up Petunias, Coleus, bedding plants for flower boxes and garden Hardy Mums, Vegetable ami flower plants, (lie best and disease resistant vari- cJies. Spray materials, Stallcr's nnd Rapid Gro. Plant foods, peat moss. Markert's Greenhouse 1529 Pleasant Hill No Delivery LANDSCAPING Service Is Our Most Important Product AMERICAN LANDSCAPING CO., Inc. E. Cily Limits, Peru Ph. EN-1-42GO WHEEL ALINEMENT &.BkAKE SERVICE Ben Pennington's Charlie Cain - Operator 522 Horth Ph. 4224 Ther e is... No Substitute for Experience Mr. Merrill Miller with over 32 years experience as a member of the profession, is available to his many friends when we are called. Capably assisted by our trained personnel, yoj are assured of a perfect service. Funeral Services 527 E. Broadway Merrill Millor Director Phone 3355 Paul Cooke Licensed Funeral Dir. DON'T FORGET TO REGISTER AT COMBS Your Friendly Shoe Store for this R.C.A. VICTOR COLOR TELEVISION SET to be given away Juno 1st by COMBS SHOE STORE in cooperation with Your R.C.A. Victor Dealer 315 Fourth St. NO OBLIGATIONS! NOTHING TO BUY Just Stop Jn And Register PEAT Moss HAS MANY USES ft For conditioning soil and mulching • Substitute for manure as organic matter in soil • Aids garden soil to hold moisture • Aorares the ground and improves texture of clay soil ft Ideal for mixture with soil in flower pots ft Placed around evergreens and shrubs in quantity it will keep out weeds and grass, hold moisture around plants and improve appearance of yard. ft TURF BUILDER WHEN RAKED OVER LAWN IN SMAL1 QUANTITIES Lake Cicott Peat Moss Co. CHARLES E. MEASEL, Mgr. Phone: Logansport 40564 1 Mile West Of LAKE CICOTT, INDIANA HEYDES REALGAS AT THREE LOCATIONS NEW PREMIUM REALGAS GASOUNE The Refining Industries most improved, most advanced High Octane Gasoline, gives more milage, lower price. TRY A TANK FULL JACK FULTZ 700 North St. FRANK SAMMONS 18th and Woodlawn ROSCOE NEWPORT 818 West Market, Hi-way 24 VEEDOL MOTOR OILS Treasure Chest Dividend Stamps WANT OUT OF DEBT? L*t Credit Counselors arrange to get you out of debt on payments you can afford. REGARDLESS OF HOW MUCH YOU OWE. No Security or Endorsers Needed- One and Only One Place to Pay. CREDIT COUNSELORS OF LOGANSPORT Op.n Dully « t. J. Ixopl Wart, and (at. UN On., 401 l«m» lulUIni Minn* 1750 WE WILL BE CLOSED Thursday Morning, May 16th Until Noon So That Our Employees May Attend Funeral Services For C. L BAKER, President erf Our Company BAKER SPECIALTY & SUPPLY CO V INC.

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