Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on November 25, 1957 · Page 36
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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 36

Logansport, Indiana
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Monday, November 25, 1957
Page 36
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LldKAKY Eighteen Logansport, Indiana, Pharos-Tribune Runaway Girls Are Returned From Florida CHICAGO (UP)—Two teen-age Roosevelt High School Building was built to relieve the crowded conditions then. In other words, there are a few more children in the Lincoln and West Grade site now than there were at the tinvj just previous to moving' into ths Roosevelt High School Building, . _. _. . _ ^and at that time the facilities in- girls who ran away wi:h an ex- j eluded the third floor of the West Paul, Richard Roberts, Leslie Cox and John Spoor. Legal Advisors: Robert Million, chairman, Fred Schwanke and Glenn Slenker. i Publicity: Mrs. Charles Corbin, convict a month ago were brought home today. Laurie Bovious and Jeannine Paulman, both 15, were found in Miami, Fla., because Laurie couldn't -resist calling girl friends in Chicago. Her long distance calls gave the clue to their-address. Jeannine's father Charles, Detective. John Fahey, who and had been in Florida searching for the girls since last week, were summoned from Jacksonville to Miami to pick them up. They came back by plane. Grade .building which is now forbidden to be used by the State Fire Laws, and in addition the .present cafeteria was used fc-r shop areas. It is hoped that the new elementary building will be completed in time for school next fall so that two sections of first through sixth grades may be accommodated there. One section only of grades one through six wouldUhen be continued in the West Grade Building: The rest of the building would 'then be available for the enlarged ju:n- Virgil McClintic, Donald Teeter and Jack Moore. Office Needs: Floyd Rose, chairman, Claude Steininger, Mrs. Ray Wiggs, Lee Church, Clara Dittmar;, Richard Foltz and Mrs. Marjorie Hathaway. Social (hall, stage, other): Mrs. F. B. Fouts, chairman, Mrs. J. W. Paul, Mrs. Kenneth Cochran, Miss Ruth Kepp, C. W. Nixon, Lloyd At Midway Airport here, the | «> r high program. Added sections girls broke into tears. Jeannine sought forgiveness from her mother, Mrs. Dorothy Paulman, 42, and Laurie wept with Mrs. Fanny Gobel, 49, her foster mother. Mrs. Paulman said that she did not plan to punish her daughter and Mrs. Gobel said that she would give Laurie a change to explain. There was no 'immediate word of the whereabouts of parole violator Thomas W. Capps, 34, who apparently drove south with the girls Oct. 25. A kidnaping warrant has been issued against him. Laurie's calls to Betsy Holmes and Ruth Ann Mouchett, both 15, in Chicago lead police to the home of Dr. Cecil Snow outside Miami where the girls had taken jobs as domestics under assumed names in answer to an advertisement. Capps' connection with the girls was. disclosed in his letters to a sister-in-law in Chicago. The last letter was from Jacksonville, Fla. The girls told police they last saw Capps Oct. 30 at a motel in Valdosta, Ga. Beyers. Kitchen: chairman, Mrs. Mrs. L'hl Timmons, Richard Foltz, Mrs'. Wm. Heims, Miss Alice Nickel, Don Watkins, C. W. Gamble. Recreation: chairman, Dr. Merlin David Finnell, C. Beck, Plummer, Mrs. David Beck, Mrs. Floyd "Rose, Mrs. Robert Wendt, Mrs. Maida Ross, Mrs. R. L. Howkinson, Mrs. Nolan. Hibiver, Mrs. H. C. Phend. Primary: Mrs. Fred Schwanke, convenor, Mrs. Paul Curbcx, Mrs. Virgil Hickman, Mrs. Richard Hinkle, Mrs. Merlin Finnell, Mrs. Harold Haughee, Mrs. Garth Baer, Mrs. 0. C. Erwin, Mrs. Glen Button, Mrs, H. C. Phend. Junior: Mrs. William McDougle, convenor, Mrs. Jack Moore, Mrs. W. V. Morris, Mrs. Arthur Shenlc, Bernal Pearson, Mrs. L. ,J. Farr, William Moline, C. C. Rockwell, Mrs. H. C. Phend. Youth: Mrs. Ray Phillips, con- venor, Mrs. Virgil McClintic, Mrs. C. W. Gamble, Mrs. John Cain, Ray Phillips, Harold Haughee, Paul Moore, Miss Gail -Gamble, Flu Epidemic Spreading in Colorado CHICAGO (UP) — The nationwide death toll from influenza and its complications climbed toward the 1,300 mark today in the wake of an epidemic in Colorado. A United Press count showed at east 1,252 deaths had been caused y flu or its aftereffects since sian flu struck the nation last ummer. The biggest 'increase in the past everal days was noted in Colo- ado, where health department" of- Monticello Thursday the second of two notices of requests for bids on the construction of a new tweive-room elementary building for the southeast corner of Monticello is being published. This is the beginning of the culmination of plans discussed last September 11 at a meet- zens present. the need for such building to for increases in elementary enrollment and to make room in the old West Grade BuUding for an expanding junior high school •which has already outgrown 1922, There are this year in the Lincoln' and adjoining West Grade one through nine as compared with 729 students In grades one through twelve in 1938-39 in -(he various classes in the junior high are needed to get class size down to thirty-five or under to give the teachers and students the opportunity for a better learning situation. To date .the proposed new elementary building has no name. Anyone with a suggestion is- invited to write the superintendent's office. The suggested names will be presented to th« School Board for final, decision. Rev. and Mrs. M.'A. Madsen of Niagara Falls, New York, stopped off in Monticello for a short time Tuesday, making a brief stop at their residence property on North Bluff street, on their way back home from Martinsville. Rev. and Mrs. Madsen had received word last Friday of the death that morning of Mrs. Mild- sen's sister, Mrs. Nelle Chambers, a.well known resident of that city after a.prolonged illness. They left at once last Friday for Martinsville and remained for the funeral services and burial held in that city Sunday afternoon at 2 o'clock. Mrs. Chambers was well kncwn to many of the friends here of Rev. and Mrs. Madsen. The Mad- sens were on their way back hcme and will arrive in Niagara Falls Wednesday. At a meeting of the official board of the Monticello Methodist church held Monday night at the church, a building and planning commit- Robert Kinney, Lee Lawler, Dor.i Taylor, Dr. Richard Cobb. Worship: Mrs. T. V. Koontz, chairman, B. B. Shaw, Mrs. John Cain, Mrs. James Dyer, Mrs. Blanche Smith, Mrs. LaMar Parrish, Harold Haugee and Glen Gulp. Parking: Donald C. Mize, chairman, Thomas Ashton, Hugo Kraud, Byron Rauer, Erwin Rhoda, Melvin Russow, Irving Ripley and Cecil Rhodes, Nursery: Mrs. Norman Kubly, convenor, Mrs. Jack Washburn, Mrs. Lloyd Beyers, Mrs. LaMar Parrish, Mrs. Ross Sickler and Mrs. H. C. Phend. Kindergarten: Mrs. Gilbert L.' Pifcer, convenor, Mrs. Maxinej Miss Sally Lou Phend. Adults: R. L. Howkinson, con- venor, Robert Arnold, Mrs. Mar jorie Hathaway, Mrs. Jess Boyd, Norman Kubly, Richard Hink'.e; Merlin Finnell, Robert Million, Mrs. Pfiarl Pierce, Mrs. Anna Brannan, Mrs. Lydia Watts, Rqs- coe Fraser, C. W. Gamble, James Dyer, B.' B. Shaw, Mrs. Albert Wood and C. W. Nixon. Mrs. Milton Timmons was reported' feeling better Tuesday at the St. Elizabeth Hospital, Lafayette, where she is a patient for tests and observation 1 . She is in room 361. Read the Classified Ads ing in the Woodlawn Building with wag announced to look after a large number of interested citi- the preliminary work re i a tive to zens nmwnt. planning a new educational unit for the church. Sub-committees under the general committee will do intensive studies in their individual fields and submit their specific recommendations to the architect and others planning 'toward this enlEirgement program. The general building and planning executive committee headed by James A. Batcheldor as the general chairman with Mrs. Mildred Olsen, secretary, included the members of the general committee plus the chairman of each of the subcommittees. Future needs of the church will be received and studied which will include the use of the residence property to the south of the church recently purchased and which will be used as a church school and educational unit. Members of the building and planning committee named are: Executive Committee: James Batcheldor, chairman, Mrs. Mildred Olsen, secretary, Robert Arnolds, Ed Ulerich, Harold C. Phend, F. H. Gillespie, R. L. Howkinson, Mrs. Albert Greenlee; Mrs. W. V. Morris, ar.d 'Virgil McClintic, Lay Leader-. Finance Advisory Committee: William H. Heims, chairman, Wilmer McClintic, 0. C. Erwin, D. K. Jackson, R. J. Masters, Mrs. Ethel Smith, G. A. Williams and Fred Spencer. ^ Architect: Carl Seidholz, chairman, Ray Peter, William McDougle, Ray Wiggs, Clyde Hansell, Frank Girtz, Dewey Raper, Mrs. William Kenney and Mrs. Roscoe Fraser. Materials Study: Rushton Smith, .chairman, Charles Corbin, Garth Baer, Leslie Hashbarger, J. W. FACES SANE TEST-Edward Gein (left), 51, charged with •the murder of Mrs. Bernice Worden. 58, Is shown leaving the County Courthouse in "Wautoma, Wis. He is ncorted by Sheriff Arthur Schley. Gein •was ordered to the State Hospital tor the Criminally Insane lor a 30-day examination to determine his mental fitness to stand trial lor murder. Notice I will not be responsible tor any debts contracted for by anyone other than myself. —Richard Zinsmaster, ft. Riley, Kansas.. BACK IN HARNKSS-Prlme Minister David Ben Gurion of Israel Is assisted by his wife as he leaves his car on returning to the Knesset (Parliament) in Jerusalem. He was in the hospital tor several week* u a result at injuries suffered when h grenade wa» thrown hi th« Knptspr NEED MEAT? BETTER 'BUY NOWI BEEF SALE 49 Sides about 200 lb This is good Indrana Beef. The price includes complete processing. 315 HANNAST. PHONE 4770 NOTICE The annual meeting of the stockholders of the WABASH VALLEY NATIONAL FARM LOAN ASSOCIATION will be held December 4, 1957, at 11:30 a.m.. (C5T), at the Methodist church, corner of Cass and Main Streets, Peru, Ind. DR. W.RAY DAVIS Your Chiropractor for/25 Yeiars, Soys: YOU CAN ENJOY GOOD HEALTH If your nerve circulation is released at the spinal exits. My work aligns the entire spine and restores the condition eft health. 304!/i 4th St. (Over Central Drug Store) 4th St. Entrance 'Phone 3365 Monday Evening, November 25, 1957. [icials revised their estimate of 10 leaths to 290. Other states with high totals were Pennsylvania with • 183 deaths, New York with 13-), Georgia 134, Ohio 83. California 52, and Louisiana and Minnesota! 47 each. Jim White Fire Insurance Ph. 2491 We Thank You For the lovely gifts and cards we received from relatives and other friends on our 50th wedding anniversary. Mr. & Mrs. W. E. Segraves PERU BOY HONORED PERU—Morry Mannles, son of Mr. and Mrs. Luther Mannies,.371 Adams avenue, has been elected vice president of the student body at Ball State Teacher's College, Muncie. He is a sophomore 'at the college. He was graduated from Peru high school. Myers Greenhouse. Dial 3996. Executor's Sale of Real Estate Residence of Odessa M. Murray, Deceased ocated in Grass Creek. Seven room, 114-story, modern except furnace, me acre of land. Private sale beginning Dec. 2. Contact undersigned or particulars. REX E. MURRAY, Executor R. F. D. 3, Kewwma, Ind. Tel. Grass Creek, 2556 It's Cold Outside!! For your saving and comfort, call on us for prices on "Capitol" the finest and most competitive Aluminum Combination Doors and Windows. Why pay more? You can't alford to bo without Ihcm— KOOL-VENT OF LOGANSPORT 511 Erie Phone 3C50 Moody's Rug Cleaners. Ph. 7716 Free Pick-Up & Delivery Card of Thanks We wish to thank Dr. Galbreath, Fisher Funeral Home. Rev. W. E. Clarke. 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