Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on November 25, 1957 · Page 28
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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 28

Logansport, Indiana
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Monday, November 25, 1957
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Ten Logansport, Indiana, Pharos-Tribune Issue Warning on Hazards Of Flying During Winter INDIANAPOLIS- (UP) - The Aeronautics Commission of Indi ana warned pilots today that "the hazards of winter flying are apparently being ignored.' The commission's monthly publication, Indiana Aero Notes, called attention to two Hoosier plane crashes last month in which a total of seven persons were killed. "Two aircraft accidents and seven fatalities stand today .as statistical monuments to two errors in pilot judgment," the publication said, adding that those accidents "are mute evidence anc proof positive that the hazards o£ winter flying are once again here and are apparently being ignored." One accident Oct. 26 near Lowell killed four men, including two Roman Catholic priests, as they flew toward Rockford, 111., after attending the Notre Dame- Pittsburgh football game at South Bend. The other Oct. 31 killed three persons from Wichita, Kan., near the Marion airport. The commission did not identify the accidents but it was obvious which ones they referred to. Of the Lowell crash, the publication laid: "One accident involved a pilot who flew into an area of deteriorating weather and icing conditions. His reasons for attempting what appeared to be a weather penetration during a VFR flight were known only to the pilot. His reasons for assuming a safe penetration could be made, ware also Irnown only to the pilot." Of the Marion accident, the pub lication said: "The pilot encountered ground fog . .. (His) reasons for believing he could safely land at the airport v.-ere known only to him." The publication said that in addition to the loss of life, "the life and future of general aviation have also again been jeopardized ... by virtue of the adversie effect of the publicity which follows in the wake of such accidents." MACY The Young Adult class of the Methodist church was entertained Sunday evening at -the home of Mr., and Mrs. Richard Brigg. Present were Mr. and Mrs. Dick Reese and son, Rev. and Mrs. Jack Pavey and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Townsend, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Baber, Mr. and Mrs. DeWayne Benickel, Mr. and Mrs. Welden Sherard, Jr., Mr. and Mrs, Edward Polly, Mrs. Howard See.j Mrs. Joe Fineher, Mrs. Estel-Flen- oer. The Allen Township PTA will! ners presenting their prizes to the meet at the school gymnasium on!guest of honor. Names were regis- Nov. 26 at 7:30 p.m. The Herer-and Doers class met at the home of Mrs. Scott Scrife . for their monthly meeting. Mrs. Norma Collins, secretary; Alice Scrife, treasurer; Dale Weller, teacher. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Edwards and family were guests Sunday oi Mr. and Mrs." Carl Allen in Muncie. Guests of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Runkel Sunday were Mr. ar.d Mrs. Wess See and Dennis, Mr. and Mrs. Gene Kenney and Greg of Lafayet'iei and Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Kuhn of Akron. Mr. and Mrs. Tim Ross of South Bend, Mr. and Mrs. Elsworth Goss of Goshen were guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. Charles T. Smith. Mrs. Effie Southerton and Mrs. Cora Heckerthorn return ed home Friday after spending a few days in Rochester with Mr. and Mrs. Lester Heckerthorn. Miss Sharon Savage, a nurse at Riley Hospital in Indianapolis visited her aunt, Mrs. Truman Agle, recently. Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Edwards and Richie Baber spent Sunday in Warsaw with Mr. and Mrs. Harold Edwards. Mrs: John Bookwalter, Mr. and Mrs. Newell Wolley, and Mr. and Mrs. David Kunkel of Peru attended the funeral of their aunt, Mrs. Anna Norris, held Friday at the Poplar Grove church near Culver. Mrs. Norris lived here several years ago when her husband, Bev. S. C. Norris, was pastor of the Macy ME church. Garry Han of route 1, Amboy, was a guest of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Elgin Han on Thursday. Mrs. Cora Heckerthorn had guests Sunday. They were Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Eytchersorc of Fulton, Mr. and Mrs. Kerch Heckerthorn, Mr. and Mrs. Howie Pratt, and Mrs. Golda Baber. Guests; Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. DeWayne Benedict were Rev. Ja.ck Pavey and daughter, and Mr. and Mrs. Harold Townsand and daugh- jr. Recent guests of Mr. and Mrs. Say Bash were Mr. and Mrs. Joe Denning of Hammond and Mr. and "Mrs. H. B. Owens. Sollie demons is quite ill. Mrs. Roy Bash and Deck made a business trip to Logansport on Friday. Young America Miss Judy Robison bride-elect if J. C. Roney was honored at a miscellaneous shower, by members >f the Young America Congrega- ional Christian Church, .in the church dining room. Contests were enjoyed with win- Manning, Pam Smith and Janey Manning dressed in grass skirts favored the 'group with a hula dance. Refreshments were served to Mesdames Harry'Rea, D. E. Lybrook, Eva Barbour, Don Beck, Floyd Stafford, Allen Russell Beck, and Dick Wilson. Mrs. Harry Manning assisted the hostess. Mrs. Harry Wisher has been admitted to the St. Joseph Hospital at Kokomo after suffering a cerebral hemorrhage at her home. Those attending the wedding of James Flora and Frances Redmond at Radner, Ind. were Mr. and Mrs. Dale Beck, Mr. and Mrs. Dean Beck, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Goff, Mr. and Mrs. Max Beck, •Mrs. Dunlapp, J. Carl Jones and sons, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Jones, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Gish. Mr. and Mrs, Harold Cripe are still patients of the Ball Memorial hospital where they were taken after being injured in a head on collision. Robert Jones and son Don spent lihc week end with Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Toney and family of St. Louis formerly of this community. Mrs. E. 0. Plank and Mrs. Ermel Platt have received word their brother Don is seriously ill of a heart condition and is a patient in the hospital in Omaha, Nebraska. The Willing Workers class of the Young America Baptist Church held a party at the home of Mr and Mrs. Raymond L. Huse and family in honor o£ Walter Jones teacher of the class for his many years of service. A ham supper was enjoyed by approximately 30 guests. The missionary society of the Center EUB Church met at the home of Mrs. Herbert Nelson; Mrs. Nelson presided over the meeting. Reports of the various secretaries -were given. Reports were also given on the Missionary Institute at Hillsdale Chapel by Mesdames, Raleigh Snider, Orton Peter, Jessie Hostettler. Mrs. Harry Cohee was lesson leader using the theme "Strengthen The Church Through Gratitude" assisted by rnesdames, Franklin Nelson, Hen ry Smith, Herbert Nelson, Orton Peter and Raleigh Snider. At the close of the meeting the annual Thanksgiving service was held with Mrs. Franklin NeLson as leader. Refreshments were served to eleven members and four guests. CROSSWORD PUZZLE An<wtr l8 s " turd »y'- Pui1 " ACROSS 1—Neckpiece 4—Part or "to b«" 6—Sharpen 11—Liko a bear 13—Ached 15—Compass point la—Part of (lower Cpl.) 18—Sun god 10—A state (abbr.) 21—Wolfhound 22—Ireland 24—Girl's name 26—Take ono'a part 28—Superlative ending 29—Old womanish 31—Secluded valley .1H—Pronoun 34—High 36—Foray 38—Quiet! 40—Melee 42—Pertaining to Norway 45—Garden tool 47—Chimney carbon 43—Midday 52—Girl's name 62—Labor B4—Blvcr In Italy E5—Teutonic deity BG—Lr,fctico\vorlc 139—A continent (abbr.) 61—Relative 63—Tour 65—Portions of medicine 65—Compass point 67—Before DOWN 1—Baker's product 2—A stato 3—Conjunction tered by Miss Beverly Manning. Miss Bessie Beck presided at the punch bowl with Miss Sharon K. Manning and Miss Sally and Patty Scrife was elected president; Mrs. Krise assisted in the serving of a Joe Stahl, vice president; Mrs. Ed j decorated cake and ice cream, Chapin, secretary. TJie WSCS of the ME church will meet on Wednesday with Mrs. Howie Donald as hostess. Mrs. Maxine Fish and twc daughters of Rochester and Mrs. Bonnie Baker and two SOBS of Mentone were guests Friday of their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Reese. The Win-A-Couple class of the Christian, church was entertained recently in the home of Mr. and MBJ, Charles Runkel. It was a tur- l:$y-vsupper. fevotions were given by Hard- wjfl^Partridge. In charge of the ptofram was Mrs. Norma Collins. T(H6j/ollowing officers were elected: 'Harrison Partridge, president; Charles Runkel, vice president; to approximately 30 guests. Committees in charge were, entertainment, Beverly Manning, Virginia Cohee, Bessie Beck, Sharon Kay Manning, Patty Krise, Kathy Wilson, decorations, Janet Wilson, Sally Krise. Miss Bobison and Mr. Roney will repeat their nuptial vows Sunday December 8 at 2:00 o'clock at the Young America Congregational Christian Church. The Young America • Knitting Club met at the home of Mrs. Delbert Smith. Mrs. Eva Barbour was awarded the door prize. The party theme was a Hawaiian trip with Mrs. Wayne Smith showing film of the Smiths trip to California and Hawaii. The little misses Joan Winamac A Union Thanksgiving service will be held Wednesday evening, Nov. 27 at the Winamac Presbyterian church starting at 7:30. Congregations of the Christian, Methodist and Presbyterian churches arc participating with the Rev. Richard Berkey giving the sermon. The Rev. Mayo Smith is in charge of the rest of the program. The Gleaners circle of the Methodist church will meet Tuesday evening, Nov. 26, at the home of Mrs. Jessie Budd with Mrs. Amanda Jenkins, Mrs. Bern-ice Kopkey and Mrs. Jane Budd as assistant hostesses. Mrs. lone Hall will give devotions and Mrs. Grace Gordon will have charge of the program. Mrs. Anna Olson has returned to the home of Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Smith of Lawton after a visit in the home of her daughter, Mrs. Margaret Bellinger at Winamac. Reports on the chest X-rays taken during the State Fair have been mailed to the fifty-seven Pulaski county residents who visited the mobile x-ray unit. Mrs. Clarence Galbreath, executive secretary of the Pulaski County Health Association, stated that all were reported to be negative. The November Cub Scout pack meeting will be held at the American Legion home Tuesday evening Nov. 26 and will .be in the form of a Cub Scout Achievement show. Each den will have a booth 4—Pilaster 5—Repasts G—Squanderer 7—Sunburn S—Ascend 9—Concerning 10—Die 12—Exists 14—Italian poet 17—Servant 20—Landed 23—Noto of scale 24—A state (abbr.) 25—Wingllke 27—Verve 30—Ancient district ot Greece 32—Kins of bea«t» 35—Raiders 37—Let fall 38—Recoils 39—Frightful 41—Instrument 43—Earlier 44—Half an era 40—Printer's measure 48—Tips 51—Siamese unit of currency (pi.) 53—Italian unit of currency (pl,> 57—Female ruff . 58—Symbol for Samaritan 60—Beverage 62—Conjunction 64—Brother of Odin in which lo display it's achievements. Awards will be presented and graduation exercises will be held for Webelos advancing to Boy Scouts. The public is invited to the open house. meeting. A den molher's meeting will be 'held immediately following the program in the home of Mi-, and Mrs. Thomas Knouff. Plans will •be made for a CBristmas party on Decem'ber_ 17. • Mrs. Amanda Bledsoe spent several days last week at Marshall, 111. with her sisters, Mrs. Effie Dancey and Mrs. Fred Bush. She •was accompanied home by Mrs. Dancey for an indefinite visit. Mrs. Fred Knarr returned home recently after spending three weeks at Detroit in the home of her son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. John Drybread. Me. .Knarr went to Detroit and accompanied he_r home. A suit has 'been filed ir. Pulaski County circuit court by Omagcne Dulin of Medaryville against 'Charles Hager to recover property damages. She states in her complaint that her car was damaged to the extent of $1,450 when ';he car driven by her husband, Wilbur E. Dulin, w^as in a collision with a car driven by tine de,- I'endent. The accident occurred at I'he intersection of State Road 14 and the Ripley blacktop, three miles west of Winamac, on October 1«. The V. F. W. Auxiliary will meet TTuesday evening, November. 26 at the Post Home. A silent imction will be held. Mrs. Marion iiorenson is chairman of the en- lertainment committee. Bruce Soderviek, a student at In- iliana university, came home Friday evening to spend the Thanksgiving holiday with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Werner Sodervick. Monroe Home Demonstration i;lub met Wednesday evening at l.he home of Mrs. Lon MdKinley with Mrs. John Crawford, Mrs. Robert Zell&rs and Mrs. Clifford Moody as assistant hostesses. The iwtlook was read by Mrs. MoKin- ley and games and contests were in charge of Mrs. Car Somers. One guest, Mrs. Vclma Bachman ivas present. The next meeting will be a Christmas party with the club officers serving as the enter- lain rnent committee. The Alibi Bowhunters held their annual turkey shoot at Welcome- In park archery range on November 17. Archers from Plymouth, Monterey, Monon and Winamac competed. Lucky shot turkeys were won by Walter. Weaver of Headlee, Henry L. Kruger and Bob Buck of Winamac. Other winners were Jack Felker, Martin Master, Don Mahler, Mavis Felker, Karl Master.and Ray Felker. This was the last outdoor shoot to be held this year. Golveston Four new members were initiated into the Lions club here last week by Dr, Copeland Bowers, former district governor and a member of the Kokomo Lions club. Those initiated were Gene Matthews, John Graham, Robert Sprin- We and the Rev. William Simpson. W. J. Smiley was the gues speaker. A ham radio operate since 1926, h,e gave a demonstra tion of the two-way radio equip ment in his auto. The meeting was held in the new Legion home. Fall brides of the Jolly Dozen club were guests recently at home of Mrs. Esther Klepfer. They were welcomed by a committee o three spring brides, Mrs. Mary Graham, Mrs;. Carmen Hendrickson and Mrs. Vera Goodier. The group visited Elwood anc Tipton in the afternoon. Hostesses were Mrs. Olene Saylors, Mrs Florence Verbrych, Mrs. Blanche Munson, Mrs. Evelyn Shelly anc Mrs. Alta Arnmerman. Mr. and Mrs. Herman A. Wieb- ers, former Galveston residents now living in Lincoln, Nebraska, ars the parents of a baby girl, Eclythe Ann. The paternal .grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Roma Holman, of Galveston. W. L. Browr; and Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Thurston visited Mr. Thurston's niece, Janet Leltell, who is in a nursing home at Frankfort. Dwight Singer, principal of the Jackson township schools, attend' ed a principal's conference at Purdue university recently. Kenny Waisner, of Galveston, was one of the winners at a dancing contest held at the Kokomo National Guard Armory last week. REALCOOl GETTING WHAT YOU WANT THROUGH CLASSIFIED ADS DIAL 4141 Let's talk prices! 1958 EDSEL PRICES START WITH THE "LOW-PRICED THREE" ^:^\^l<^\:^<-^f^ : ~>' -.' ;;;\""- !•••>' !: ';•;'••'-"'"•; •-AtK-'.f -' ;'>.-".>':v" •'; .,o"'-''M- -K '' ', - - • - <--".*- ; ., -, £^ " -;:{^ ? Vv->> s ^i' ,y--'', ,;'«.,,-' !.-•', , , •: .; "• ;.; / ;r. v" ^;;'-v^-^ ; ,l;Mf8iii^~PRICEDTit( »•. ;f-v < - ' •"'.';--^ ';r*-:''"^ V",'J<; ; -!x '">-">-,'- ,;,; ;1',',,,, --j.V • \; ' ? - ',' '••';' ;'-, - ',', ' ' ',.„.',* UPPER- PRICED THREE Camden Junior Leaders of the county 4-H clubs of Carroll county were sponsored by the Todd Seed company of Burlington when they made a trip Saturday to Purdue University. The group tourned Purdue, lunched at the Union building and attended the Purdue-Northwestern football game in the afternoon. Those from Jackson township attending were Ronald Rich, vocational agriculture teacher, and Junior leaders, Sue Ann Cass, Carol Sue Sanderson, Lee Appleton and Louis Nance. Rev. Duncan MacNab, pastor of the Baptist • church, is in charge of the Carroll county devotional period each morning this week at 11:30 a.m. followed by the Carroll county news at 11:40 a.m. from the Citizen, office in Delphi. On December 4, the Bloodmobile will be at the Camden community building. Mrs. Sophia Case, daughter Anna, Mrs. Elsie Sink, Mr. and Mrs. Ira Shafer, Miss Lena Linn and Mrs. Fredah Gardner were among those from Camden who attended worship services at the Bachelor Run church Sunday evening to hear Rev. Clarence Sink from Ohio, A carry-in supper was enjoyed Thursday evening at the Baptist clvarch by members of the Fidelis class and their families. Fred Wagoner was in charge of the de- vo'lional period and Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Yeager showed slides of Hawaii. Mrs. Lottie Williams has moved to Logansport. Guests of Mr. and Mrs. Frank George and other relatives here were Rev. and Mrs. Richard Recher and daughter of Indianapolis.. Members of the congregation of the; Lutheran church held a dinner Sunday at the church following tho worship hour. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Bechdolt have Monday Evening, November 25, 1957. gone to Homstead, Florida, for the winter months. Mr, and Mrs. Robert Wise and baby are residing at the Bechdolt home in their absence. The Friends.'liip circle of the Lutheran church met recently at the church wita Mrs. Etta Jones as hostesses. A playlet was presented with members participat- ing. Mrs. Olive Booth and Mrs. Pauline McCain were in charge of the program. Following the program and business meeting, hostesses served refreshments. SIGNS OF THE TIME CHICAGO (UP)— A Chicagoan advertises his car-wash business with a iiuge sign that reads "collectors of external residue." SP SINGER ECTACuuR 1 VALUE! CHRISTMAS OlFTSPfCIAL 18 piece Sewing TREASURE CHEST Sewing-Vanity tuuk Sttfktd whk wom/wM Mtwf- m»nt «f valuable awing mitts Wonderful gift Html Contain*; Tailor's Chalk Pencil 9 PC. Tracing Kit Sewing-Knitting Gaugt Bobbinbox Seam Ripper 1001 Decorating Idea* and 11 other handy sewing •»*ntialt (actually 125 pi*c*>). Actual value, bench plus sewing aids $20.25. t Model #40 illustrated— other styles available. 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