Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on May 18, 1957 · Page 5
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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 5

Logansport, Indiana
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Saturday, May 18, 1957
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Saturday Evening, May IS, 1957. Conservation Club Moves The Cass county Conservation dub has moved from its clubhouse to its new home, formerly known as the Cass county Conservation Gun club, on the same grounds, according to Henry McDowell, president of the organization. As soon as the building is remodeled and redecorated the club •will have open house, featuring a ham supper for all members and their families, McDowell said. The Conservation club grounds will be shared with the Moose lodge which has leased the clubhouse for the next ten years, McDowell announced. Twelve Mile Worship service for the Council of Churches will be at the Bethlehem Methodist church, Sunday evening, May 19, at 7:30. Jerry Miller, coach at Young America and a graduate of Wheaton University will show slides of South America last summer on a missionary tour. The group consisted of a basketball team of outstanding Christian players and other outstanding Christian students. In connection with the games, '.he men took time out to witness for Christ and to bring messages to the people, The slides and Mr. Miller's remarks, tell an interesr- ing story of the group's experiences. Bethlehem Women's Society of all day Thursday. Church cleaning was done followed with a carry-in luncheon. The regular meeting was held in the afternoon. Scripture was read by, Mrs. Martha Wray and prayer was led by Mrs. Emma Lee Staller. Mrs. Gordon Leech, Logansport gave an.in- teresting talk centering around' home and family. A duet "Mother" was given by Mrs. Shirley Easter and Mrs: Jeane Grabje. The benedition was given by Karen Shultz. Tables for refreshments were decorated with spring flowers, favors were packages of flower seeds. Religious text napkins were furnished by Mrs. Ethel Louthain. Twenty-one members and fifteen guests attended. Gifts were presented to Mrs. Mae Green, Mrs. Rosa Johnson and Miss Karen Shultz. P-TA meeting was opened with singing "America" led by Mrs Maryanna Walton, accompanied by Miss Myra Mow. Devotions -vere given by Mrs. Maryanna Walton followed by prayer led by Mrs. Martha Scott. The attendance banner was won by Mrs. Miller's room. Safe driving awards were| "TARZAN" NEXT LOGAN FEATURE lin Johnson, and Patty Beck. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Wol£, formerly of Young America, recently celebrated their golden wedding anniversary. Guests were the couple's immediate family,- Mr. and Mrs. George Wolf of San Diego, California, Mr. and Mrs. Stephen McKinley and family of 'Goodland, and Mr. and Mrs. Jr. Wolf and sons of near Wolcott. The missionary society of the Disciples Christian church met at the home of Mrs. Clyde Williamson. Mrs. Charles Platt gave the lesson, with Mrs. Ethel McCloskey giving the devotions. Refreshments were served to ten members and two guests, Mrs. James Moore, and Mrs. Harold Gilbert. The WSCS of the Salem Methodist church met at the home of Mrs. Edith Bailey, with Mrs. Edna Grove as assistant hostess. Mrs. Grove offered devotions, Logansport, Indiana, Pharos-Tribune FIv* Miss Kingery with a bouquet and luggage. Dinner guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. Galen Hoover and son, George, were Mr. and Mrs. Roy Hoover of Huntington, Mr. and Mrs. Omer Hott of Leiters Ford, Mr. and Mrs. Fairmont Meiser and family of Rensselaer and Mrs. Myrtle Pratt of Kewanna. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Edington and children and Mrs. Olive Edington of New Castle spent the weekend here in the Blake Plummer home. Mrs. Fern Master is recovering from illness in a hospital in Indianapolis. She was taken there by her daughter, Mrs.- Ben Fort, who resides in that city. Mr. and Mrs. Garner of Kewanna and their grandaughler, Jennifer Garner of Leilers Ford, were dinner guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. Burdelte Garner and family. presented to bus drivers by Mi Julian Polk. He also presented Slifer Motors with a plac of appreciation for furnishing the Chicago Motor Club Drivers Training car for the school. A dress revue! Gordon Scott as Taraan in "Taraan and the Lost Safari" which of clothing made by junior =>.nrl; staris Sunday at the Logan theater, senior high school clothing class-j- us was presented by Mrs. Louise Addington. A display of work done by the art students-was presented by Miss Myra Mow. The senior class members and Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Gilliatt returned to Warsaw, Saturday from a trip to Washington, D. C. While there, they saw President Eisen- and Mrs. John Morgan gave the 1 Afternoon visitors were Mr and jlesson entitled "We Give Because, Mrs. Leslie House and son,'Garry. We Love", • Mr. and Mrs. H. F. Bulger al- I Plans were made to attend the:tended the Commencement excr- officers training school to be he!d| c i sos in Monterey Tuesday eve- at the Main Street Methodist Church in Kokomo. "-"••- ~ j • , . Christian Service met at the church nower. They visited the Whitei Rourke and family, Logansport, route 5. Sam Hoover relumed to Bowling Green, Ohio, for a visit. Weekend visitors of Mrs. Edna Welling were Mr. and Mrs. George Emmons and family, Miles, Michigan; Mr. and Mrs. Paul Welling and son and Mr. and Mrs. Fred Shlves and son, South Be.nd. House, Capitol Building Jeffer-^ Funera , serv j c es were held Tucs- son and Lincoln Memorials, Washington Monument, Mount Vernon and the Annapolis Academy. They day for Mrs. Emma Losher at McCain funeral home. "Love Lifted Me" was the opening enjoyed a moonlight cruise on'the song, followed with prayer. Devo-l Potomac. They stayed at the Sher- tional readings from John and.aton-I'ark and Woodrier Hotels. Matthew pertaining to "Love", The work on footings for the now •were given by Mrs. Hazel Khino-i medical building is to be started barger. The program topic "Weiimmediately. Materials are avail- Give Because We Love" was given lable. Work is to be done by volun- by Margaret Johnson, HaucI Ilhine-ileer local workers under Ihe tli- barger and Reba Young. Thelreclion of .1. N. Uabb and Forest group decided lo adopt a forgot-! Ulerick. t<;n patient at Longeliff and discussed how they would carry out Lions club members liave been divided into teams 'with Koss the project. Members are to brln?;i"cl"is and Forest Ulerick acting small personal items to muel.ir.fis! us captains to sell shares, in the to be taken to the hospital. I'lansjcorporation to raise money for were discussed for a visit to lli«|lhe medical building. Harold hospital at tho next meeting and 1 Driest, treasurer reports that of putting on a parly for a sroup the $10,000 goal, he has received there. The meeting was closed v/ilh prayer by Kr:u Stubcr. Corinth Women's Mifisionary So- ciety'.f Mothcr-Oaughtcr meeting was hold al the church Kriduy evening, Mrs. Knirmi Lt:(; Staller wan in charge of the program "Faith of Our Mothers" was Hung. "Welcome l« .Mother" was givun by Kay Oillmari and "We.lcmnn to Grandmother" by Uiniia Co/irad. "Many Mothers huya" V/UK ;i skit presented by Lynnca liookwali.cr, Connift Dil)m;in and Jennio dniblc. over $4,OUO in cash and several pledges of money. Members are continuing invuntigatiiin In find a suitable doctor. While some good proHpocls liavi: been found, nn final decision has yd been made. Kt.'V. and Mrs, August Lund(|uist will attend Ihe Methodist Conference next week. Saturday gui-'.sts of Mr. and MTU. J. N. Uabb and family wure Mr. and Mrs. Clove. Heed and mm, Hichvallcy. In the evening, they all visited Mr. and Mrs. .John 0' Young America Members of Ihe Center group with a special number. Mrs. Dickie Grant sang a vocal number. Mrs. Grey gave a reading "Grandmothers Old Fashioned Apron". A bean bag contest was held with all of the Mothers in the Deacon Grange participating, with Mrs. Berniece Davis receiving the prize. Mrs. Lue Wilson was awarded a certificate of Merit from the National Grange for outstanding work in Home Economics, this is the first time any one from Cass county has received such an award. During Ihe Lecture hour polled , i plants were awarded lo Mrs. Grey, Church enjoyed a family night all Mrs- Laul . a Marshall/Mrs. George the church. A basket supper was |[ arm ,.j,j held al, (i:,'JO, al which time a Bible was mernbi Young year, by Lloyd To class. At the close of Ihe meal the: /as presented lo Larry PuIIen, a', ,»' pns ,' ! P a P ka «<js were awarded nernber of the graduating class of » Mn '; 'f'!?<*, "™* ;' nd ^ llar " 'oung America High School this ] ^. ; &,.'^'"± T ."„ " f Ji'S tc-icher of aml c " lful -' was "'••rvecl by Mr. and following program was held, Mrs. Frank Gofl! favored the group with a vocal number, devotions Were given by Hit; Reverend Cecil Smith, A Filipino .student as guest speaker of the evening, tallied nn the history of the Christian religion in the I'hillippim; islands.. Reverend Smith also gavu Lliu benediction. Approximately fifty attended. The Deacon Grange met al, the Grange hall with sixty four attending. Master Harry Conic was in charge and appointed Fair Stand committees at the business Ing. The Onward Grange were gm.'sls and had charge of the en Ujrlainmonl. The Onward Men's quartet furnished several numbers. The Ladies Trio favored the Mrs. Carl Hendrix, Key Woman of the Logansport District, installed the Salem new officers for the coming year which will begin in June. Miss Mary Burrous, the new president, appointed committees one of which included the finance committee composed of Mesdamcs Gifford Davis, Cecil Gridcr, and Lee Wilson. A May time Quiz was held with the prize being 'awarded to Mrs. Lee Wilson. A family night was announced to be hold May 27 at the Salem church with Mrs. Bill Bailey and Mrs. Lester Williams in charge. This will also be a farewell party for the minister. The June meeting of the WSCS will be at the home of Mrs. Cecil Gridcr. Refreshments were served to twelve members and two guests. Mrs. Carl Hendrix, and Mrs. JSlla Crockett. Mrs. David Krise attended a banquet at Franklin college given by Ihe boys in honor of their mothers, by the .Kappa Delta Jlhn. In the afternoon she also attended llics meeting of the Mothers Club, and election of officers. es Logan, and Mr. and Mrs. Davis Trit. Mi-, and Mrs. Howard Wolf will bo Chairman of the c'limmiUce for Uio next meeting. Mr. mid Mrs. Joe I laic arc tlie parents of a son, Norman Howard, weighing seven pounds, eight oune. UH. Mrs. Hale ami son hnvu been dismissed from l.li« SI,. Joseph hospital in Kokoino, lo their home al Shunm. Tin; 1'ylhlan Slslr.-rs lodge No. H.'IO held their regular muullni; at the lodge hull with thlrli.Tii members attending. MI-.H. Kaymnml L. HUSK gave a report on thn dlslricl eonvenlion al Reynolds. The coin- milloo In charge! includeil, Mos- dni)if.. t .s, I'^u'l Snider, dark Lonnon anrl Ihe Misses Mary I'clHi', Mary- Kewcmna Several hundred people gathered in the Kewnnna school gym Friday evening In honor Miss Delilah Klngory, first grade timelier for Illl years, who will retire at the end of I his school year. Raymond Hlii- dorlidot 1 was masloi' of ceremonies j for the affair spiwsured by lh« 1»cal I'-T-A. He was assisted by John Urbin, program chairman. Following it curry-In supper there was a roll cnl! of classes beginning with the class of IIK2I, the first year she taught hei'u. County Superintendent Karl Rouch com- mcnled on Ml.in Klngery's excellenl service as a teacher and urged otliur young people to become teachers. Tins I'-T-A presented Mr. a.nd Mrs. John Moore and family visited his parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. D. Moore, at Beardstown Sunday. On Monday; H. D. Moore suffered a stroke and was taken to the railroad hospital in Peru. Clyde Overmyer, who has been confined to his home for severa: weeks with illness, is now a pa- lient in the Woodlawn hospital in Rochester. Mr. and Mrs. Merrill Silbiirn ol Harvey, 111., were guests of Mr, and Mrs. Orrin Silburn Friday ami Saturday. On Sunday Mr. and Mrs, Colburn Hartlin and daughter am! Mrs. Effic Hardin of Winchcslei and Mr. and Mrs. A. F. Goiaalb/ and son and Mr. and Mrs. Bil Mote and son of Kokomo wore dinner guests in the Silburn home Mrs. Kffie Hardin remained here to spend the summur in her IKI after spending the winter in tin Colburn Hardin home In Winchester. Bill Anderson of Lafayelle urn Miss Donna Pnsswator of Nobles ville spent the weekend here will Mr. and Mrs. Geurge Aadersor and family, Mr. and Mrs. Lester Piercy am; son of Logansporl were Mothers day guests of her parents, Miami Mrs, Cecil Slungle and son. Mr. nnd Mrs. Arnold Adams ami CROSSWORD PUZZLE Answer to Yesterday's Puizl* "-ACROSS 1—Nervous malady 5—Hurried 9—High mountain 12—Drcudful 13—Girl's nickname 14—M endow 15—TJmlorgarment 16—Citizens of Iran 18—Command to horse 20—Tidy 21—Southern blackbird 23—Mont unusual 2il—Trnnsgros.slon 2G—Golf mound 27 — Martinique volcnno 31—Moved sinuously S3—Genus comprising the widgeons 34—Etfl tisherman 35—Pronoun 3C— Kxistcd 37—Discovers 33—Cyprinold fish 40—Verve 43—Goes in f 45—Representative 47—Ireland 50—Joke (colloq.) 51—Genus of inn.pl cs 62—Mix fi.i—Period of time 54—Articles of furniture 65— Sprfarls for drying DOWN 1—Paid notices f> :. T A A 3 Gfi S A EM T A T A A$ II* A L e \i T 1 P N O T G ^ •1 Z A T 1 <J - ? A N | O t 1 H V t C L A T A C I u A T E p 0 0 L 1 E V A | N 1 w A E L J S { V b 1 b E A T I T 1 | A A PIR £ T if R e 0 i N (3 O \_ 5 C A P E E N' S B P. R E AM P t i E S T N T bb b|K t: O K b 1 A E O 2—Wire mcnsur* 8—Fn-shly cn-ntcd 4—Military cap F—Pill! C—March 7—Russ'an stockadd 8—Uilr 3—Wines 10—River In Siberia 11—Time uono by 17—Bury 19—n<il:iri!> 21—The* caatr.a 22 —Rise-hall loam M_].-,MV L'K—Mineral !9—Plant inoillllcd by abnormal environment SO—Coinrnrl SI— City In Now Hampshire S3—Tlira,. n'.t,-M>ltiiK ir. iM'tim: 35—SUKi?<'Met! siilnly 3S—Trnnqilillty 40—Ilrlin 41 — Slmltcspearlatt lilllK 42— Si-rnveeJ 44—n.'inaimler 4(i-hl!i< lalk 4S—Frri- ni 49 —Hitter VMch Court Notes Mrs. Evelyn Cofii, roule !, Gal- vcston, filed suit lor divorce from Lawrence C. Cook in Ihe "C:\ss circuit court Friday, dial-nine cruelty. She asks $20.000 alimony. The! couple wns married Sepl. 1, 1951,| and separated Mfy 15, Ibis your.! according to (ho complain! filed through Allm-neys Charles Anderson and Raymond Bomaree. Mrs. ICilnn Louiiain was granted daughter. Luamir, (Milrrtaincd for her mother, Mrs. Floy Leap, Sunday iiflcrnooii. (iut's'.s wore Mrs. I.«up mid daughters, KVH and Trcva, and Mr. and Mrs. Mnnsiin I,rap and family of near Loiters Ford and Mrs. .Irssc Sims and son, l.i'on, of Culver, llefrcsliniciils wtM'o served. a divorce from lUissell Lmilhain by Judge Cliflord Wild in the Ca:-s circuit cour! Friday. Sho was ghvti custody of Ilieir five cliildron ami $10 per week supprrl fur oarh child. Milli'r, Habcoc-h and Tollu-rt wore (he attorneys for the plaintiff. Mrs. Lena Kiniok wns grant oil a divorce from Max Hi nick by Jiulgo Wild in diTiiil cmirl Friday. She was rcproscnlcd by the law firm of Hanna and Small. Mrs, Beverly Uursoss. 1-1(17 Kast Broadway, charges cruelly in a suit for divorce from .lulin lUirj;e:.s in circuit court. She asks custody of llieir miixir child anil support for Ihe child. The omplo wns married Dec. II, ll'M, and separated May 13, lliis year, according In the Kiinipliiinl filed Uirouuh !ht» law firm of O'Neill and O'Neill. 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