Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on May 18, 1957 · Page 2
Get access to this page with a Free Trial
Click to view larger version

Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 2

Publication:
Location:
Logansport, Indiana
Issue Date:
Saturday, May 18, 1957
Page:
Page 2
Cancel
Start Free Trial

Page 2 article text (OCR)

Fwb Logansport, Indiana, Pharos-Tribune DAILY RADIO PROGRAMS (AM Listings Central Day HEM Time) WMAQ WBBM (780) WLS WSAL (1230) SATURDAY EVENING 6:00 Newa C:la Monitor C:30 News 6:45 Monitor Sports News Bellalrs Bellairs Newa Music Mystery Mystery State Hoapltal Sports Sport Thrills Son. Justice 7:00 News 7:la Monitor 7:30 Weather 7:45 ifonitar N'ewa Maury MaglJ'- Farron • Farron News Barn Dance Barn Dance Barn 'Dance Garden Garden TBA TBA 8:00 News g:li Monitor S:30 Ch!(n 8:15 Chan Workshop Workshop Cloakroom Cloakroom Barn Dance Part>TBA- Har Dance PartyTBA Hayloft Party TBA Hayloft Party TBA 3:00 Newa Newa Earn Dance TBA 9:15 Pulpit • Have you Heard Barn Danca TBA 9:30 Newa Ear on Chicago ' Meet Folks TEA 9:45 Monitor • Ear on Chicago Meet Folks TBA 10:00 Daddy-O 10:15 Datldy-O 10:30 News 10:15 Monitor Newa Sacred Not* Weltzel Weltze) Barn Dance Barn Dance Barn Dance Barn Dance Night Watch Watch Watch Watch SUNDAY MORNING 8:00 News News rtuundup tiitau Class MuaicInAIr 3:15 Art or Diving Chan« Times Bible Class Music In Air 8:30 Barnhouse Church or Mr Church Munlc In Air 8:45 Barnhouse Church of Air Church Music In Air 0:00 NewB 9-li t'ulplt 9:30 Prophlcy 9:15 Prophecy NfcWb . Newi Nowa Learning Er.jvn Church MuuIolnAlr J.jah tfrudy Brown Church Music in Air Ins 1 - Brady 3rowi l Church MusldnAlr 10:00 NCWK Jo»h Brady Taljernuclo NOWH 10:15 Ch'K TImea Jouli lirady Tabernacle MuulclnAlr 10.30 .Vows Pet Tune Tabernacle Music In Air 10:16 New World .lorn brady Tabernacle Church 11.00 Munitor Ncwn t'rofe'renB Church 1S-1S Monitor ,'Mli lirady String" Church 11:30 ISternal L.iKhl.ioHli Hrady Wings ot SonK Church 11:45 Eternal Ughi.Smlth Wlnitu of Bong Travel Talk SUNDAY AFTERNOON 1JJ:00 NOWM 12 16 Munitor 12:30 Lu the run . 12:45 Lutheran field \n MuNlc Uc8t in Muulu Boat In Muftio Cf;Bt In Music NOWH Kr-ink * Urnest Sou] Clinic Hnul Clinic Newu forward M'ch Lumbar do 1:00 NOWH yympnonette 1:15 Monitor Hymphonette 1:30 Catholic Ilr News 1:45 Catholic Or. M.-H neliiilra WlMBi-llenllng f'lnybull lleallnu Wlnss I'luylmll Truth Herald BaHoliull Truth lieralcl MaiieljaU 2:16 2 :'.'.» 2:0') Z:15 3:30 J:4D !:i 6:00 I'M 9:00 t-a, 6:80 8:46 7:00 7-.:c 7:30 «':l'( 8:30 »i'»0 t:4C 10:00 10:1 C JIC80 8:00 «:'«« S:4S 0:00 8:30 0:4! 10:00 10:11) 10:45 11:30 12:OU lUlll. 18:10 12:45 1:00 1:18 1:3(1 1 :<!, 2 : u f) 3:lu 2:. HI 8:011 3:lf, .1:30 3:4f, 4:110 Miinltor Monitor Monitor Monitor STour Money Monitor Monitor Monitor Mai Hellalra Mai Uellair Mai liellam Ma) Bellalru ,MAl Bellalrn Mai Bellalra Mai IJfllliilm jjojIalrS Newfl NDWS Consldlnft Mai JJollalrs Mftisfc Prnhij Uurmmoke Monitor NOWM Monitor NOWH Monitor Monitor Monitor Monitor <:ity (junk Declalon NHWU Wullc Wi.llt Drier Cfalou Oedllni Harr* Nrtwa N/1WH Ijartdntanil No wn llandatund HuHmiLn Ntiv/a .Vlorryfleld Mnrryflold MvrryfUld NIJIVJJ rNiiifdUHlnriH Worn. In Hue Dr. (Itintry Malfneo lllll Top (Jooflwln flood win (lofiilwln Nuv/a .llin Mill* SUNDAY Jaulf ttenny Jack linnn;/ Mai llollalra Mai BellalrH Nowa Mill Mellalra M Mtllor HpdrtH Mai Uellair. Mai linllalrn Ii'aco Nation iraco Nation Newa-Hporttt Mnlody Mill Muulo Mliulo MONDAY N»w« ji;mn Ccaut Hadlo CIa»» Radio Claaa Vlnlpn Vlalon Revival Hour Ko rival Hour Hovlval Hour Itnvlval Hour LlKln Llle l.iKhi Lite UnHhackled Uniihackldd Word of Llf« Front Palfo lin 'i uf Uuclfilon Hour of nnclHlon KVENING Vewpora Monrty Moody J'rojiliucy Prophecy N.-.WH Houiidlnff Brd C'hurtih (.1 Ood flhurwh nf Ood Quiet Hour Quint Hour Haviv..i Ttm* Kf-vlval Time Oonpal MORNING llraalcraat Cluli Krorkfam Club Jlrnrilirii.il Club DroiikTaat Clul) Artliur dud fray Mt True Mlory Arthur Oodrruy M\ Tru'- fuory Artliiu Oudfray Nnwa Arthur Oodfroy fllrl Murrlea Am. n ()odfr«y Arr.hu Uodfroj lin • Mtllnr Whluiiorlni; Uta. Nowa Marti-. Crane Windy Warmn Nnwu llnckutitK" WIC« Mitrtliu Cran» Helen Trout Murlcatf Oal Hiinday Wunthor MONDAY N'ira Drake Ma I'orlilno Nnwn Itoad of l.<lfn AFTERNOON Dlnnnrtiell llaiiiilniiua Marknta Zitri Mra Hurtoii Hnliool Tlm* . iltrllta It Kliih Qiliion Day I'iiin-rinliniioiit I'ollin 1'n.rty rioiiHo f'arty Jliiiiait I'arty Ur. Mulnna r.iir.lcy I.arlltta WoHian Vlawa Jim (Jonway (loin tiiiKxt Tii.ll» A tlrualc j'.iu. (Jlhuoli J'ltul fllliuon •lack Paar W«IIc WnlH M'lWa l.uliihiirdo i!iil>i. Htuliby Caiit. lltuliliy NuWB (•illicit I'arty IJiLHijhall llaHuball HaKoball lirmp.hall .Wlnc:iioll If'lllrnan Bporta By l a eopl« Hy Meonle Hack to Ood' Hack to Clod lirotliorhood Hnortw Concert C'oiioort Concert Concert Mftlhndlat Cfou Chrlotlltn Hoi. Jllliii Newa Avn Maria Avo M.aria Adif"" Rluo-Hhlna ICnnorda Durotlon* NllWB Melodlea | Worn. World Worn. World Quitnn Cluann 1 NUWH 1 Htory Tirn« dtrrcill Co, HullaUnn j Nawa Co. Jilicr.flnalon Farm Coriuir l^arni ' Cnrnitr I'lrty Hall I'luy Hall IIIIMI'llll.ll )lll"llll'ull Illlnnhltll Ilililiihall Hl'.OI'ilH Off Uncord Nowa Miami County Woman Hurt In Hit-Run Mishap Mrs. Lori-nine Ahhotl, III, Bunker Hill, "SttrioiiH"; Senrth Driv«r 'In Second JVIiurni County Accident I'KRU, Iiid.—Mm. Lorraiuo Al). )ol.t,- '31, Uiinkor lllll, received a uldill fruclui'u and other Injiiriitii 4:110 -IMS B:!lO BMB Hmii'tH 1'nul .Mm Mllln Him Pi: Wild JIoWtU'*lNoW« Wtid Kowurd HijfM'Ln N6WH NrtWH NuWH i aiil HI II will TrlnlH Trliiln Mown •ruiio Time Want Adu 11 HTIioro Wunflnrx Miami County 4-H'crs To Get Special Merit I'KRU, Inil. — Mlnml county will r«(:«lvi! special »tal<: recoij- iillion al HID anminl 1-11 ('lull Kouii(l-U[i ill 1'iirthiu iinivurslly In .luiio acrrordlny to (iuoi'fiu M. AM- rwl, usslstuul uouiily ii|(«nl, Tills IK thu scvi'iilli yunr Mlriinl county lias ((iialiflwl for this .iiraclal murlt award. Tim county will liu (!lv«n a liroir/.u award for ciirullniciil In -1-1 1 Club work cuiniiaruil to tin: iioliili •iii(;inln'i'ahl|) plim tlio iiiiinliitr of nioinliiM's In sluiidiii'd clulia. lji.it yunr Miami (Jininty had 1)7?. ini:iii)iur,i. Out of (his mmilicr, SHU were lacinhcrK of .ilaiidiird eliilm, with 2H.7 per cunt of HIB hoys nnd ulrl.s of <l.ll nt/u piirlidpatlnij in thu iiroyrain. Tliiiao awards havu heen muil<i aiinuiilly for Kl ymiCH by Pralrlo Kaniiiir WLS In tiHipiiniLlon with HID I'urdim Anjlciiltiiciil extoiiHlon Hurvlcu, Tho first tlmu 11 uonnty wins mi award It risctilvfts n pln'iui In hany In tlm county iw.UniHlon of fli.'i;. Tliu wanly wnn ililii pliioi" In liiSD. Following iiwnrrlii aro 111 thii form of (MiHravcd linra whiuli art: iillm'hcrl ID th« plii((ii(i. SIOUVICKS Scrvlfus for Marvin Cliitppolow, ;i(l, l..ogann|iorl arudu school Lttiiuh- or will tin condiK.'tiMl at 2 ».m Momlay al the Clavungnr funwul lioinu, Ili'oiikvllltt. Hnv. J. D, Kavlcli will officiate uml hurlal will Im In Maple (li'ovu cenietiiry, firdokvlllo. Friends may cull nl, tho funeral home after noon Hnnday. True Life Adventures WATER BABV* TO JUNIOR HIPPO'tS 2.THA.T WET MOTHEK IN IS Muar KE TAUGHT TO 1W TH)^ STKAW^K BL.15MGNT. SATURDAY EVENING TV Programs 6:00—Channel 6 Channel 8 Channel 4 6:30—Channel 6 6:45—Channel 8 7:00—Channel 4 Channel 6 Channel 8 7:30—Channel 4 8:00—Channel G Channel 8 Channel 4 8:30—Channel 8 9:00—Channel 4 • Channel 8 Channel 6 9:30—Channel 6 Channel 8 10:00—Channel G Channel 8 Channel 4 10:15—Channel 8 10:30—Channel fi 10:45—Channel 8 Long John Oakley Sheehan People Funny Buccaneers Playhouse ^Como Gleason Mayor Caesar Susanna VMk Jeannle Jubilee Gunsmoke Cobel Hit Paraclf TBA Frontier Dr. Showcase Movies Late Show Hoedown Late Show SUNDAY AFTERNOON (CDT) 12:00—Channel 4 Channel G Channel 8 12:15—Channel 4 Channel 6 12:30—Channel 6 Channel 8 1:00—Channel 4 ^Channel 6 Channel 8 2:00—Channel 6 Channel. 8 2:30—Channel 6 Channel 8 Channel 4 3:00—Channel 4 Channel 6 Channel 8 3:30—Channel fl Channel 4 4:00—Channel 4 Channel (i Channel 8 4:30—Channel 4 Channel 6 5:00—Channel 4 Channel (! Channel II G:IS—Channel (i 5:30—Channel 4 Channel « Channel 8 Life Life Heckle-Jecklc I Am Law Industry Roberts Wild Bill First Show Matinue Sunday Fix Matinee Ask Doctor Frontier Last Wo;'d Playhou.se Arnold TEA Face Nation News Mod. Horizons 50(1 Trials 500 Trials OJyssuy Kit Curson Theater Kit Cnrson Patti Pniie Dr. Hudson WealJier Roy lloyers Dr. Christian You Are There Benson To Open Form Conference Monday At Purdue University LAFAYKMTE, tnd. (UP) —Scc- lBpy of Agriculture K/.ra Tall! Icnfion will opon Uiu lOUi niiminlj conference (if Inlernatlonn! Feder-i illon of AKi'louluini! Producers | .it Purdue University hero Monday. Soinu 'Mm Cnrm londnro repre- Sili foreign eniinlrlBj will tliu ciml'ei'encu which runs n n Llii'Cii-vclilule hll-uml-nm w.'cl- loiil one mile cunt of licro on U.K. 24 nt 2 ]),iii. Kridny. Hlnim .Smith, 47, Wnhiish, was icld in Mlnml county .lull on $1,1100 innel on four nhni'ifiiii Iwo houi'ii afl.ur thu iiucldcnt for wlilch liu wn.i blnmitil, MI'H. AblxiU. wns tnkcti to Dultmi iiii.ipilnl In "Hurldus" condition wllli n brokun rlyhl. Us;! and |>on- sibhi Inlcnuil InJurluH. Orflcei'a Hiiltl tluit hoi' wuMl.hoiin<l enr nllKhtly slduHwiiKid tho Smith <jnr whnn .Smith uimiptly lurmid into n county rond. MrB. Abbolt'ii li'lo I l:un ci'iiH.'iiH) I ho h!|jliwiiy nul Hli'iic'k thi) fi'onl, of n Hiiinl- ck pai'kud nl. 1'i'lcii'n Huliui'baii Mntor Co. by Mnrvln II. Hurl, Vln- ;niiiifi«. Hart mild liu wnn unloading wirH nl. tlio ram 1 of liln Iriiuk whoii he Imili'd tho inltlnl eolll.ilon. liu Ionic- cd up nt thii .Hanio ninnirat thai. HID Abholl, (.'Hi 1 niasliud hiii sorni, pushing It backward ui'.migh to ammo u Imnd Injury to Hurt. Meimwlillo Kmll.h hud bni.'kiid hl.'i ir nod heiidud towaril Wnbniih, hi)] 1 !' ho wiin [ilcliuil up anil re- Lunind to tin; I'lsni pulluu nUitlon for n dl'Uiikoniotfir tost, Ho wnu Imld on circuit court uii't'iiB for opui'alhiH n motor vu- li.'ln wliilu unilor thii infliinncn of Intoxkjiinl.s, pnhlii' Inl.oxlciitlou, vintt Ihe ac'iinu of n poraonal in- jnry accidtint, and driving with a mispcadod opuriilor'ti 'lleiiiiNii (HUH- liondod in VViiha.sli county on n 1055 niLlaa whlli! iatoxlculud chnriju, iicconllnu to offlcui'n), Tho Abbott car, u HMD model, wnn a total loss mid llio sum! W diunnged $1100 it was estimated by Troopers Lowln, Robort Mc- Ciowan and Sura llurch nnil Doputy Roborl Hulvle. In an eurllur Friday nccldent u 11)40 car wont out of control two mllos wost of horu near Clark's motel, ahUMcd 210 feet nnd I'olliid over twico, Norman McNulloy, Kokomo, siikl Hint the vehicle; was Ids, hut was ilrlvoii, by his brother, Qcrirgo, A HsliiK motorist snld llmt tho di1v«r of tlio wronked nuto WHS picked up by « passing molorint In n ntallonwut'on, Hy li'i'idny avoiiina Peru pollcu, Deputy Jamoa Mcl.iiod and troopers woro still. hunting (oi' tlio drlvur. Manager of Ike's Farms PaysHoosiers A Visit" INDIANAPOLIS (UP) — Gen. Arthur fi. Nevlnn, unniiHt'ni' nf President Elsuiiliower's GoUya- hiirg fariTit), camo to Iniliuiui Frl- (l»y for n twu-tloy tour of Ilooslur fwrmfl, Nevlns niol briefly with Eut'one N. RuisfiUty, prtMldcml of Rl' Lilly & Co,, before leaving for n lour of n swlna brtuiilliifi furni at Nobles'vlll*, Snlnrdny he wna acliodtiliHl Ui alluiul n purebi bnef (!«U,IB aiilu ul a I4ii'm north ot beru. SUNDAT 6:00—Chanriel 4 Channel 6 Channel 8 6:15—Channel 4 6:30—Channel 4 Channel 6 Channel 8 7:00—Channel 6 Channel 8 8:00—Channel 4 Channel 6 Channel 8 8:30—Channel 8 9:00—Channel 4 Channel 6 Channel 3 9:30—Channel 4 Channel 6 Channel.8 10-.00—Channel' 4 Channel 6 Channel 8 10:15—Channel 8 10:30—Channel 4 Channel 6 10:45—Channel 8 11:00—Channel 6 11:15—Channel 4 5:15—Channel 6 EVENING You Asked Lancers Lassie Theater Film Circus Boy Benny Steve Allen Sullivan Ted Mack Playhouse "GE, Theater Hitchcock Wallace Loretta Young $64,000 Behind Badge Cochise My Line"? Mark Saber Theater News Soldiers IU Playhouse Premiere Red Top 'News Chuckwagon MONDAY AFTERNOON (CDT) Saturday Evening, May 18, 1957. Egypt Repeat s'Righf To. Bar Israel Ships CAIRO (UP) — Egypt -warned Friday that it had an "indisputable right" to bar Israeli shipping from the Suez Canal and would stop any Israeli vessel sent into the waterway, The warning brought both nations to another crossroads in their nine-year-dispute over canal navigation rights. Israel has served \notite it plans to send a test ship through to try to break the blockade and will consider any attempt to halt the ship "an act of war." Egyptian Director - General 'of Information. Abdel Kater rllattem denounced Israel's announced intentions on grounds that Israel was "only a puppet in the hands of imperialism that budges as ordered." He said the 1888 Constantinople convention providing for navigation rights in the .101-mile cannl 12:00—Channel 4 Channel 8 Channel 8 12:15—Channel 6 Channel 8 12:30—Channel 4 Channel tt Channel 8 1:00—Channel 4 Channel 8 1:30—Channel 4 Channel ft Channel It 2:00—Channel 4 Channel ft Channel 8 2:30—Channel II 3:00—Channel « Channel (! 3:15—Channel 8 3:30—Channd 4 Channel II 3:45—Cluinnul tt 4:00—Channel (1 Channel II 4:IB—Channel II 4:30—Chnnnul II 4:45—Channel 4 0:00—Channel 4 Channel !l Chiinncl (! 4 Sight Markets News-Weather Farm News Farm-Home KFD 4 Club 'BO World Turns 4 Sight Miss Brooks Faith Tcnn. Ernlo House Party Film Matinee Payoff Crosby Bright Day Queen Secret Storm MovloLimc Edge Of Night Romances Movie Chapel Door Lite of Christ Stu Erwln What's Now? Mickey Mouse Kni'ly Show Chiickwagon Rochester Mr. and Mrs. James Calhoun, Rochester, announce the engage-, inent of their daughter, Linda, to William Cnrr, son of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Cnrr, of Bruce Lake. Miss Calhoun is a graduate of the Aub- beenaubbee high school with the class of 1057, and will attend beau- Ly college at Logansport. Mr. Canis presently employed at Deutsch- men and Cowles Construction company. No date has been set for Ihe wedding. Mr, and Mrs. Victor Smith, 420 Jefferson street, announce the engagement of their daughter, Carol, to Larry L. Olmstond, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Olmstcnd, Wabash. The bride elect was graduated from Elkhai't University and is employed as Laboratory technician in the office of Carl J. Kd- wards, M. D,, Wflbnsh. Miss Smith Is (i member of Kappa Kappa sorority and the Order of Eastern Slur. Mr, Olm.sload Is employed as u cost accountant at Dlelil Machine Works, Wnbnsh, An October wedding Is planned. Mrs. Robert Mcrkcrl was taken In (he Foster and Good ambulance from the Woodlnwn hospital to her home on R. H, 4, Friday nf!«r- noon. The MeKinellc Home Domonslrn- Llnn club held their Kiicsl day Thursday ovcnlng In Iho social rooms of the Methodist church. Thts roonu worn decorated wllli tliroujjli Mny :m, Jaiiius l j nl'.on, prc.sldiinl of l.ho Fnrmor'B Union, nl«o will uilcli'cas ,h(j groiiip Monday. Bunker Hill Graduate Earned To West Point I'ISIUJ, Inrl. — MorrlH l.i. Mnr- ihall, rniilis 3, Kolumio, Ki'mliml.e nunlcer lllll high Hchiiiil, has >oeii aecepled for onLriincu nl. tlm J. K. Mllllnry Academy, Weal "'nlnt, N.Y., lit thu next term. He In Ihn noil of Mr. and Mrs. rinirmitii 1C. Marshall nf Ivokomo, mil a nludmil. at J'unliin iinlvor- illy. Jerry I'owiiil, I'eni high iriiool senior, Ims lieen nnnind al- .eniale for icadeiny. apiiulntmoiit to the BurneH-sville . Mr, nnil Mra. Loslnr I'llckloff on- L«rlallied nl n liliMilc •mippei- in .Im ywd al. lliolr linmn Mnnrlny ivoninf Ihn fflllowlni! gnusls: Mr. anil Mrs, HoMW Pnrlter of Ilaii- "di-il, Conn,; Mrs. I.nl.-i Drown, I'M. Wayne; I'tuv. and Mm, I!. 0. Hlra, lltifinlo; Mr. nnd Mrn, I'nid Illrl anil chllrlrmi, Iilavllln; Mm. Mary Clirlslnnlwrry nnrl elilldron, and Ion Illrl., MimllBolln. Mr, and Mrs. lir'uc'e llreulihlol of firnal LnkfiD worn gue.sls of Mr. anr! Mm. Hnlph nntcliblel Sinulny nfliirnoun, Mra, lina navldsnn of Tdnvlltc wan n .Sunday illnner gural nf Mr. nnd Mrs, (!nlen llnvld.son. Mr. and Mrs. 1 Willlmn Mct.ftlaml nnd family wero Snndny rllnnw giiosls of Mr, nnd Mrs. Charles Hreclibiol. Mr. and Mrs. Chnrlos McConnol and daughter of T,iifay«Ue nnd Mr, and Mrs. llonnid nrucblilol wero Sunday dinner guosls of Mr. nnd Mrs, Hurry finrdner, Oorlndn and Monle Davidson wni'o gueuLi ot Mr, and Mrs, Merrill Davidson Saturday night. Cnrol Mftlny, dnugliU?r of Mr, nnd Mrs. Don Holny of Hoiullno, is ^pending n fuw days wllh her firaiulpai'ents, Mr. and Mrs.'William McLiOlnnd. MiiinbKi's of Iho simloi- class loft onrly Saturday on n bus trip In Washington, D. C., Ponn.iylvni.ila and NRW York, Mr, and Mrs. Dan Lowrlng of, Muniiie arc tha parents of a son born last woolc, Mrs, Lnwi'lng' Is tlio fornn'i' Shnvon Flshor. Dr. and Mrs, Walltir Ciociienoiir of Delphi were guosls of Mr, ami Mrs, Chnrlos Hrechblel Wodnes- day aflnrnnon, Mr, and Mrs. Jorry llol.ilnger Bnlorlalnad Mr, nnd Mrs, Wayne Hrilsfngcir nnd daughter nf Lansing, Mich,, and Mr, and Mrs. Jorry Ilolslnger of Ft, Wnyne as weelc- IMK! guests. Mrs, Sadie Huge arrived home last week after n week's slay wllli her daughter In South Bond, lered with n cnlorfiil flnrnl nr- rnngemfiiil. Fnvnrs of "animal" dlsli clollis wero presenlcrl In each Kliost. Mvs. Herbert Smith, prt'.sldent., presided over Urn slioii buslnrafi .losfllon, oponliiR the moiillng wll.li the group singing Iho club prny- or. Tlie dcvnllons were given by Mrs, lllll Calvcrl, who' read two lovely poomK, Tho roll wns called and rospond- eil In, by ouch niomlicr Inlro- diicliiK herself and her gucsl. An niinniinueinenl wn:i mndfl Llinl Mi'«. lllclinrd Sheets would 1'iiprosonl. tlie club M Iho Home- mnkom Cnnferonce, nl f'urdiio. Mrs. 1'TnrI Barkniiin acted as narrnlnr for the program of Hongs, "Amerlcn Slnfis" put on by the Fulton County Chorus. Mrs, Sliaf- er was Mift director and Mrs. nor- nice Rowmnn, nccnmpanled tlio piano. 't'lio color .snhi'irje of pink mid griuiii wns carrlcil out In docorii- tloiw and rBfreahmnnta, Dnlnly open faced sandwiches, Individual cukes nnd plnlc puiiiHi wore served. The eoinniltluo was Mrs, Shiiuls, Mrs. Coiule Hollowny, and Mrs. both arm.i, HiiPI'nrcd when Hlio wiished her arms in t'nsollno nfliH' pnlnl.livg and the fiiinRH wore IH- HiltfMl by n gns wlove In hor kitchen. was legal basis for the blockade against Israeli shipping. "No power on earth will prevent Egypt from exercising this legal right of hers," he said. "Egypt's indisputable right to self-defense is provided in article 10 of the 1888 Convention which states that Egypt has the right to defend her territory and safeguard her security." Article 10 of the Convention has been Egypt's legal reason for Uie blockade since the Palestine war of 1948 on grounds that both nations' still technically are at war. The information chief coupled his attack on Israel with criticism of France for taking the Suez issue before the United Nations Security Council again. France remains the only Western country which still refuses to give its ships permission to use the canal. ver caused Israel to announce Thursday night Uiat it was postponing its plan to send a test ship through the canal. In Parts, high French sources said France might permit its shippers to use the canal again if Egypt opened talks with canal user nations on a final Suez settlement. A total of 22 ships transited the canal Friday, including the first two British ships to pay tolls in British currency since Britain lifted its own boycott earlier this week. The Egyptian situation was having political repercussions in London. The French diplomatic maneu-i resign. Dispatches from the British capital said there was increasing opposition to Foreign Minister Selwyn Lloyd, architect of the abortive British Suoz policy, and there i were growing reports he would Harrison Halterman. Mrs. Delbert Large and committee had charge of the favors. ' ' The Fulton County Cancer Detection Center was a work Thursday morning, in the Woodlawn hospital, when 24 persons were examined. Dr. Charles Richardson was the cxamlnating physician, assisted by two registered nurses.' Auxiliary ladles assisting were Mrs. Ira Goss, Mrs, Blnine Tillman, Mrs. Don Metzgcr, Mrs, Dean Nightllngcr, Mrs. Harrison Ilnltcrman, Mrs. Don Burkett, Mrs. Dale Shaw and Mrs. Paul Ketterman. Fruit juice nnd cookies were provided and served by the Home Circle H, D. club. Mrs. Conde Hollowny entertained her euchre club recently to n supper party, with games following. Two tables wore nt play. Mrs. John Mender was In Logansport Friday evening where she wns a guest of her daughter, Mrs. Edwin Carllhers. Together they attended the Mother •Daughter party of the Child Study Club. John Mender WIIK al Bunker lllll Base attending Open House, Saturday. can Affairs at Uic University of Kansas City in 1948. He has made many trips to South and Central America and also to Europe. Among the new Board members named Wednesday evening for the Three Rivers Council. Boy Scouts of America, held in Logansport, were the following Fulton County men: Ancil Bea.ll, Howard Robbins, Norbert Schrooder, and Richard Helm all of -Rochester, also Emerson Feliler t' Fulton. Kenneth 0. Baldwin of Rochester will serve as vice chairman for Fulton County. The couuci'i district includes Fulton, Miami, White, Carroll, Cass and Pulaski cuuntlvs. Mrs. Harry Bull, Rochester, entertained the Susannah Wesley Circle of Ihe Kewnnna WSCS, for their May meeting, in her home at 418 West 71 li street. Devotions wero presented by Mrs. Alice Sissinjier. Mrs. Warren Gillespie. presided over the Inisiiu'ss mud ing, and the report of tho previous mooting was road by Mrs. Vliilut Smith. A social hour followed Iho business ticssiim and Ibe hnsless served lovely relre.sliiiH'nts. Raymond HmviM's and family Mrs. Ruth Olson Dies; Pulaski Agent's Wife WINAMAC, Ind. — Mrs. Ruth Olson died at at 5 p.m. Friday at Robert Long hospital, Indianapolis, after a long period of ill health which had reached serious proportions during the past two weeks. She was the wife of Carl Olson, Pulaski county agent. He survives with a daughter, Sonya, Purdue university student, and a son, Kenton, at home. The body is at the Fry and Lange funeral home. f Galveston miscellaneous shower was given at the home of Mrs. Paul Amos in honor of Mrs. Russell Humbert Jr. by Miss Irma Wilson, Miss Margie Pyke, Mrs. Sue Deitrich and Miss Marilyn Johnson. Mrs. Humbert was Miss Helen Jean Amos prior to her marriase in a double ring ceremony in the Baptist church on April 19. The rooms were decorated in her chosen colors "of blue and white, where she opened her gifts. Games were played and prizes were won by Mrs. Roy Haskell of Sweetser and Mrs. Beryl Saylors. Refreshments were served to 34 guests and f:vo children. Mr. and Mrs. Everett Williams and Mrs. Nellie Clements wore called to Portland, Ind., due to tlio critical illness of Laurence Williams, brother of Everett and Mrs. Clements. The Fellowship class of the Methodist cliurdi held its potluck sin> I per ul the home of Mr. and Mrs. Hurley Wilson. Colored pictures wero shown during (he social hour. Those attending were Sir. and Mrs. Charles Kothwoll, Mr. and Mrs. l.ee Fiiy, Mr. mid Mrs. Granvilln Walker, Miss Helen Holer and Mr. am! Mrs. rinivnce Xartmali. Mr. and Mrs. II. A. I'ox spoilt a few days in Louisville. Ky. Mr. .C. R, McVay, of McAlliMi, |ll , l .t,,i ne( | ],j. s i, n ,ih,T Ualpli 'ifow- Texas, who has been visiting hls|ers of Now Orleans, recently. fitllier, Harry McVay and other relatives for Iho past. 10 days, left Friday morning for his home. The Evergreen llcbekah Lodge mot In tlie 100F Hull, Thursday Read the Classified Ads The olnsj tall baskets of flowers. The linen evening for their regular meeting, covered 'serving table was cm- which was in chnrgo of Iho Noble Cirnnd, Mrs. Mnbal Snydcr. The various reports wero given nnd usual business Ininsnetuil. II. wan roporlcd Hint. Iho Kewanna Nolile Crrniul, Mrs. Fern Mnslur, wns in an liullnnnpolls lliiHpllal where shu had undergone innjor surgery. A Mother's Dny progrnin was ,sml for enlorlalnmeiil., which was undor thu direction of Mrs. Sny- dev. Following iho meeting delicious refreshment); of sirnwborry..short cake, with whipped cream, wns served, Mrs. Paul Hums wns chairman of Ihe refreshment corn- mil leo. Mny IMth, In tho Hoclmnler Wbll- mer Crymna.slum, Ilio 7-1 soiilnm graduating from Itocbcsler High Sclmnl will liold lliulr con-iinunco- menl exercises, The sjionkor of the evening will be Don Holt, nf Hrii^.11, Indlnna, a former newsman mid world Irav- oler, \V)HI will Hjieak on "A Philosophy lor Those 'rimes". It will fonture a lively illscnsslon on "tho tlme.H in which we live" bused upon Ilia years of »bsi.irvnlion and study of the United Slales, In ru- lallon to ninny oilier purls of Ihe world which he has vlidlod. llo la n recognized expert on I.utln-Ainerlcn nffalrn, and waa visiting professor In lulei'-Amerl-l met al Ihe homo i>f Mr. ami Mrs. Harry Conk for a pntluok dinner. The yonns people enjoyeil a liika in Iho nfli'riioun, while Mrs. Carmen Ilemlricksnn, (he president, conducted the business meeliiiji. Duvotiuns wore led by Harry Cnuk and the prayer was offered by Mrs. Evelyn l.enon. Mrs. Hazel KepniT ami Mrs. Vora Ciuoiliev attended the Indiana (iriind Chapter of Eastern Star at Indianapolis. IF YOU SUSPECT TERMITES in your home... Ask Yourself these questions Is the operator qualified? Will my guarantee be good? Are the workmen Competent? Am I dealing with a fly by night outfit? You Can Trust RELIABLE! throo l'urdu» o m d uc > t '> Entomologist* In Tlierft are our firm. We will ho pleased to have you lnvastigat» regarding our record, our work nnd our operators. Our 25 year» of service murlt your confidence. RELIABLE EXTERMINATORS, Inc. 323 Pocirl Phone 4664 IIUHNlCn IN KITCIIRN PlfJlU, Iml. — Mrs. Rlclipivl Sharp, 101 West Mnin street, was trnatod by n physician Friday flvunliiK fur third ileyrte Ininis on •L vsnions m finance IN LOGANSPORT It's the latest fashion to pay bills with E. Z. Checks. Only 10c per check and no minimum balance required. Open your E. Z. Checking Account now. HE NAilONAL BANK ffidbe I Come as You Are—Bank From Your Car. Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corp.

Get full access with a Free Trial

Start Free Trial

What members have found on this page