Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on May 17, 1957 · Page 6
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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 6

Logansport, Indiana
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Friday, May 17, 1957
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Bnc Logansport, Indiana, Pharos-Tribune Moose Lodge Leases Club The local Moose lodge is moving to the former Conservation club •west of the city on the Maple Springs road .from its quarters for the past six years on Fifth street. A 10-year lease has been taken on the 11-acre site and the lodge plans to hold its first meeting there next Tuesday, with a formal open house planned for the second week in June. Contents of the former lodge quarters on Fifth street, abandoned because of a lack of parking facilities, have already been moved to the new quarters, according to the announcement Thursday night. Lodge officials reported the new building, approved by the state board of health and fire marshal, has been re-painted, re-wired and had plumbing work completed, but considerable clean-up work remains. A hearing on use of the building by the lodge was held last Monday and a license from the state is expected before next Tuesday. Picnic tables will be set up at the new location, and part of the 11 acres will be used for a playground, it was reported. Court Notes Alvin N. Lakei 914 Erie avenue, asks custody of their three children in a suit for divorce from Sophia L. Lake filed in the Cass circuit court Wednesday, charging cruelty. The couple was married Nov. 29, 1952, and separated May 12, this year, according to the complaint filed through Attorney; George Brubaker. , | Friday Evening, May 17, 1957. Peru iliary members serving as hostesses. .••<;-..;.. !'„* .J.U..V James Nasser, commander of. Hospital personel who have been Post 104 in Terre Haute, will be I employed for five years or longer guest speaker at the 40 & 8 dinner honoring student nurses Thursday night at 0:30 in the Episcopal Church. He is a national and slate executive in the 40 & 8 organization. The nurses training program includes eight girls. There are_ four graduate registered nurses,' two who graduate this summer and two other students. The Planning Commission will hoid a public hearing on the rezoning of three areas at a special meeting to be held May 28th. Areas lo be rezoned include the Redmon Basket Factory area from light to heavy industrial; the Kickapoo Snnd and Gravel Company, west of the Catholic cemetery from surburban lo heavy industrial and an area in South Peru near the old city dump from a residential to light industrial. The Planning Commission met Tuesday night and made two revisions on the trailer amendment to the Zonicg Ordinance and will now send it back to the council for its approval. city .^r^-',.- Judgment for the plaintiffs was entered Wednesday by .Judge Clifford 0. Wild in the suit of Reed and Hilda Burdge against Donald Figert in the Cass circuit court for possession of real estate in Logansport. The plaintiffs were represented by the law firm of Landis and Michael, and the defendant was represented by Attorney Charles Anderson. Mrs. Louella Knighl asks support for their minor child in a suit against Charles Lee Knight of Columbus, C.UA.;S S o/'l9 ~7 The changes made were the de r leting the deadline for making permanent trailers move to trailer courts. The Commission also voted that ithc clause should be inserted slip- 'ulaling that trailers must be mov- will be honored at a dinner to be held at Veach's Inn at 6:30 p.m. Thursday. Mrs. Mary Alice Corrcll, 30, of 551 Jefferson avenue, was arrested in Wnbash by Deputy Sheriffs Robert llelvie, Peru and Gene Overman. Wabash. on a warrant issued out of Miami circuit court charging her with child neglect. The mother of six young children, whose ages range from eight months to 12 years, is being hold in the Miami county jail under $1,000 bond. All of the children were placed in foster homes Thursday by the Miami County Welfare Department. Mrs. Corrcll was granted a divorce from her husband Monday, •Her husband then signed an affidavit charging her with neglecting their children. Officers said she left home with the eights months old baby at 4 a.m. Tuesday to go lo Ohio. Upon her return, she rented a one-room home on West Canal street in Wabash. She and the baby hod been sleeping on the floor in the unfurnished room. The other five children, ranging in age from three to .12 had been left alone. She told officers she left home after Corrcll had threatened to place her in a mental hospital. Mayor John Devine has called a closed meeting of the city conn. ed to courts after the occupants cil. planning commission along living in the trailer at !ho time of the passage of the trailer a- mcndraent have moved ou! of it. Ground breaking ceremonies are planned to be held at the site of | the new Y.M.C.A, at Sixth and j Wabash streets at G:30 p.m. Thurs! day. Mayor John Dcvine will be guest with engineers, consultants and attorneys handling the proposed water expansion program. The mayor said he hopes to brief the council on the proposed $l.2!>0,- 000 water plnnl, water well and transmission line expansion which would dovetail with the city expansion as proposed by the "plnn- Macy The Allen township alumni banquet was held in the Macy gym Saturday night. Clctus Kilterman Dur°t'' u f ndcr in the hC reci SS ro < c i ai was maslcr of cerem( >» ies ancl B ! U was tp Prosecutor Frank Tolbert. *"""•"•• by the lone Poets f ronl south Bend. Those attending '™" a distance included James Ralph and Ada Call and thej'™ m , * a.siance mcmaea -james ate of Indiana are named do- ? ahl an , d » n 0 l Ca i u ™ 1 9,'^ 11L ] state fendants in a garnishment complaint filed in the Cass.circuit court by the Welfare Finance corporation as the result of a judgment for $330.17 against the defendant Calls obtained on Nov. 25, 1!)55. The complaint was filed through Attorney Darrell Hodson. The divorce suit of Mrs. Jo Ann Grostefon, of Star City, againsl Max Grostefon was filed in the Cass circuit court Wednesday on a change of venue from the Pulaski circuit court requested by the plaintiff. She asks the restoration of her maiden name, DePoy, and furniture in their home in the s-tiit filed through the law firm of O'Neill and O'Neill. Thomas Max Goltry filed a cross complaint for divorce from Dinah Lee Goltry in the Cass circuit court Thursday, charging cruelty. He asks custody of their child. Tho couple was married Aug. 27, 1955. and separated Oct. I, 1856, according to the cross complaint filed Mr. and Mrs. N. T. Bartlett and llosa Jean Harris of Lakcville; Mr. and Mrs. Raiph Cain oi Marion; Mr. and Mrs. Elvin Richards, Wabash. Mr. and Mrs. Lowell Washington and Mr. and Mrs. Morris Bracketl of Peru; Miss Frances Lulu, North Manchester; Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Powell, New Castle; Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Knauff, Rochester; Mr. and Mrs. Bill Conner, Mr. and Mrs. Don Prits, Miss Jean Leonard and Miss Wilma Harris', South Bend; Mrs' Elizabeth Ross, Flint, Mich.; Mr. and Mrs. Don Noel, Loga.'isporl; Mr. and Mrs. Glen McGimiis and Bill McGinnis, Mentone; Mr. and Mrs. Jimmie Cle- inons. Rochester; David Karn of Purdue University at Laiayette; and Miss Sharon Savage, Madison. were Sunday guests of Mr. and [have moved to the Frank Mussel- Mrs. Fred Stokes and son. 'man farm. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Owens and '• Miss Anita Savage spent the Mr. and Mrs. Ray Bash called Sun-! ;atter P art of la f wcek witn ller . _. , ' , . .. „ :sister, Sharon, who is a nurse in day. on Clyde Ogden of Redkey, | lh(? Madison slate hospital, who is in the Portland hospital af- Camden ter suffering a stroke last week. Mr. and Mrs, Richard Brigg were! Mother's Day guests of Mr. and j Members of the senior class will Mrs. Lyle Bailey in Rochester, 'catch a train at Logansport Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Bill Conner a:id i morning for Cincinnati, where they sons of South Bend were weekend I will board another train to Char- guests of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Conner. Mr. and Mrs. Waldo Lockwood had as Sunday guests Mr. and Mrs. Robert Lockwood and daughters of South Bend, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Somcrs, and Mr. and Mrs. Richard Ahrendls of Indianapolis. Afternoon callers were Mr. and Mrs. H. R. Dawald. Mr. and Mrs. Charles T. Smith has as Mother's Day dinner guests Mr. and Mrs. Richard Evans, Mr. and Mrs. William Evans of Pleasant Mills, Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Hirschcy and daughters, and Mr. and Mrs. Wilmcr Riley of Dccatur. loltsville, Va., for a tour which will include Ashlawn, the home ol James Monroe; Monlicello, the home of Thomas Jefferson; and the University of Virginia. They will visit Shenandoah National Park, take the Skyline Drive to Washington, D. C., take a three hour cruise on the Potomac and visit Arlington, Mount Vernon. Alexandria and They will start Annual Pennsy Club Event Is Scheduled The annual Pennsy family parly will be held at 7:30 p.m. Friday at Ihe National Guard Armory on South Cicott street, it has been announced. Refreshments will be served and door' prizes will be awarded at Ihe annual event, which will also feature the Ft. Wayne variety show and dancing. The party is for Pennsylvania railroad employes of the Logansport district, retired railroaders, widows of railroaders and the families. Select Temporary Penal Farm Head INDIANAPOLIS (UP) — Morris Carter, a member of the Indiana State Correction Board, is serving temporarily as superintendent of the Indiana State Farm at Putnamville until a successor to Thomas Tiffee is appointed. Governor Handley said loday Ihat Carter, former state motor vehicles commissioner, took over the superintendency Wednesday when Titfee's resignation for health reasons became effective. "That gives us time lo find a good man," Handley said. speaker and Dr. J. V. Walrod.,' " infi Commission. president of the Bo;ird of Directors 1 The council is called into special will turn (he first shovel of dirt. i scss '"n Monday night, to act upon The Rev. James Gillespie and an ordinance authorizing a revenue Ihe Rev. Gary Allbritlen will offer b issi]e aml an increase of pros- prayer. | enl water rates. Several hundred persons were i taken on guided tours of Dukes] hospital Wednesday in observation of National Hospital Week. : Open house was held from 2 to 4 p.m. Tea was served in Ihe I dining room with 'he medical aux- KILIJ5D IN TRAFFIC EVANSVILLE (UP'-John R. Lane, IB, Evansville, was killed Thursday night when his automobile overturned on a county road northeast of here. back from Washingtion Wednesday evening and arrive back in Logansport the following day at noon. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Hizer entertained Sunday al a carry-in dinner honoring Mrs. Lottie Williams on Mr. nad Mrs. Lawrence Edwards i Mother's Day. Those present were on Mother's Day entertained Mr. JMr. and Mrs. Homer Hackctt of and Mrs. Harold Edwards and (Delphi; Mr. and Mrs. Don Clark family of Ft. Wayne, Mr. and Mrs-. Carl Allen and family, Mr. Macy free shows will begin next- and Mrs . David Hcnslcv and Tuesday evening and will continue through the summer each Tuesday and Saturday evening. The Willing Workers class of the 11. E. church met Thursday evening al the home of Hildur through the law firm of O'Neill and Cove1 '- Ml ' s - Laur » Carson gave O'Neill. ''ho devotions, and in the absence lot 1 the program committee the re- The suit of Frances Lawlor, tlo-'8 ular program was held. Refreshing business as the Western Ti;-ei rnenLs wel '° served lo 27 members Auto Store, againusl Willis Marlln b .v tile hostess and the co-hostess, daughter of Muncii;, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Towns and daughters. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Edwards and family, Mr. and Mrs. Orville Renfrew and Marsha, Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Baber and family, and Mr. and Mrs. Dick Recce and son. on a cor.tracl has been reset for trial by a jury on Oct. 14 in the Cass circuit court. INVESTORS BUY MAROTT INDIANAPOLIS (UP)—A group of investors from Chicago, New York and Cleveland announced Thursday the completion of negotiations for purchase of 'he Marott Hotel here. The investors included Julius Epstein, Chicago; Elmer Babin, Cleveland attorney, and C. B. Snyder and Milton Weinstein, Now York real estate brokers. They bought the big hole! from Mrs, Charles Watson and her family for a price reported to be around four million dollars. Mrs. Harry Owens and Mrs. Lawrence Edwards. Mr. and Mrs. John Donaldson and family of Peru wero Mother's Day guests of Mr. and Mrs. Leo Ambler. Mrs. Willis Ross of Flint, Mich., spent the weekend with her sis- tor, Miss Eleanor Murphy, and other relatives. Mrs. A. M. Briggs is spending some time in Marion with her daughter, Mrs. Hurold Bauman, and other relatives. The Baumuns are moving lo Nebraska soon. Robert Conner, who has been confined to his home by sickness, is improved. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Gregg Congratulations— to R. L Steinberger Construction Co. on the completion of their 100th home. Open House Saturday and Sunday Afternoons—1 to 6 P. M. 705 Parkway Drive Wolf's High Grade Ready Mixed Concrete was also used in the construction of this home. Wolf Ready Mixed Concrete Co. Dlul 3910 and daughter, and Kenneth Williams and family, all of Logansport; Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Gisli and children, Monticcllo; Lowell Meek and family, Deer Creek; Mr. and Mrs. Wilmer Watson, and Mr. and Mrs. Bill Watson and baby, all of Rockfield. The annual Sunshine banquet honoring s-enior girls was held at the high school last week. The Mr. and Mrs. Jim Wyrick of In- ' s room was decorated in vivid col- dianapolis spent the weekend withers, wilh Japanese lanterns hang- Mr, and Mrs. Elgic Han. ing f rom the ceiling and tiny para- Mrs. Ellen Dainko lias returned sols as place cards. Monogrammed to her home in Whiling after spending a few days wilh her parents, Mr. and Mrs, Elgic Han. Mr. and Mrs. Arnie Fisher and Mrs. Oliver Fisher of Denver visited Sunday wilh Mr. and Mrs. Joe Shadle. Mr. and Mrs. Ben Smith and family, Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Miller and Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Burns were Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Smith in Rochester. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Shadle called on Mrs. Bertha demons and Mrs. Arvin in Fullon Sunday. Argyle Savage is spending this wcek wilh his grandmother, Mrs. Laura Bunnell, at Pcoria. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Rensburgcr lipstick cases were presented to each of the 17 senior girls. Dixie Wilson gave the invocation following the dinner, served by the Ircsln man girls. Lois Wagoner gave the welcome and Marcia Sharp offered the response. Mrs. Conn, who talked on making party decorations, was the guesl speaker. New officers ins'.allcd were Nancy Shafer, president; Ronda Ross, vice-president; Shirley Gardner, treasurer; Sue Case, correspondence secretary; Shirley Viney, recording secretary; Lois Wagoner, reporter; and Irene Gregg, song leader. Sue Case sang a vocal solo, "My Task",'and gifts were opened with secret pals being revealed. . f~> J. 1 J.' '.'."i '."' i nnniTiriilflTinnci V* VI 'M • vIlUIVJlUJIIj R. L. STEINBERGER on the Open House Showing of Your 100th Home Light fixtures furnished to the electricians for installation by DAVIDS We are proud to have supplied the HOTPOINT ELECTRIC KITCHEN APPLIANCES for the 100th STEINBERGER HOME Logan Auto Parts & Service Logunsporl Center For Hotpoinl TV and Appliances 803 Burlington. Phone 2638 or 3367 OUR SINCERE CONGRATULATIONS to STEINBERGER CONSTRUCTION CO. on the completion of your 100th Home and on your OPEN HOUSE of this attractive Tri Level Home at 705 Pqrkway Drive SATURDAY and SUNDAY 1 to 6 P. M. .It's Another New Logansport Home financed by AND LOAN ASSOCIATION Assets over 1} Million Dollars 314 Fourth Street Congratulations - - - STEINBERGER Construction Co. on the completion of your 100th home. Be sure and see this new Tri-Level Home at 705 Parkwoy Drive, Saturday and Sunday afternoons, 1:00 to 6:00 p.m. Bet-R-Way Glass Pro., Inc. 1428 Michigan Ave. Phone 24M To Steinberger Construction Co. OUR CONGRATULATIONS on the OPEN HOUSE SHOWING of your 100th HOME You can take just pride in your fine accomplishment of the building of 100 Quality Built Homes. Certainly you have played an important part in the growth and attractiveness of our fine city. We are happy that our products have been predominantly used in your construction of these homes. Baker Specialty b Supply Co., Inc. DISTRIBUTORS

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