Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on November 27, 1957 · Page 54
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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 54

Logansport, Indiana
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Wednesday, November 27, 1957
Page 54
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Loganspert, Indiana, Pharos-Tribune Two Cass farm Groups Represented at Local Kiwanis Club Meeting Six members of Cass county farm groups attended the Tuesday meeting of the Kiwanis'club at the Shrine club quarters, in observance of National Farm-City Week. Dr. Newman Jeffrey, superintendent of the Kokomo ' Methodist church, spoke on Thanksgiving at the session. Special guests from farm groups were Chris Held, Oiester Cbumney and Eklon Sad' ler of the Farmers Union, and Francis Caldwell, John Conn and William Carney of the Grange. ' Other guests included Joe Sumpter and Jack Cain of the Key club, Frank Hogue of Chicago, Frank Kitchel of Marlinsville, Va., and the Rev. Harry of Logansport. Hashberger auxiliaries are being asked to as semble gifts at the churches and John Whittington, assistant superintendent of city scnools,' was introduced as a new member. It was announced that a joint board meeting will be held next Monday at the Hiidebrandt residence, 9)7 High street^ and a meeting on under-privileged children will be held at 7:30 p. m. the following night at the home of Don Grain, 1313 North street. • Monticello Dale Brewer, Monticello street commissioner, who submitted to major back surgery at the Home hospital at Lafayette last Friday, is getting along satisfactorily. He is in room 207. Ike Roth, who submitted to back surgery, last Tuesday at the Home hospital at Lafayette, is convalescing satisfactorily. He is a patient in room 207. Both men are in the same room and underwent similar operations. Judge and Mrs. Russell Gordon, Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Emerson, and Mrs. Helen Spencer and Mrs. Frances Curtis of Monon motored to Bloomington for the weekend and attended the Indiana-Purdue football game Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Dean Cottrell, Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Voigt, Mr. and Mrs. Mel Hubbard, Mr. and Mrs. George Russell and Mr. and Mrs. \Vynn -Gilbert motored to Bloomington for the weekend and attended the Indiana-Purdue football game Saturday. Mrs. Pat Holloway, who submitted to major surgery at the Home hospital at Lafayette, is recuperating satisfactorily. She is in room 118. The winners of the Daughters of the American Revolution Good Citizen awards for White County have bean announced by the General de •Lafayette chapter of Lafayette, as follows: Chalmers, Mary Patrick; Reynolds, Emajean Bossung; Burnettsville, Marilyn Kauffman; Ida•ville, Helen Jo Stover; Monon, Doris Still; Brookston, Linda Barrett; Wqlcott, Janice Westerhouse. These' girls have Deen chosen by .their schools as qualifying in good citizenship, leadership, participation in school and community activities. Each will take a written test to determine the county winner. The county winner will then enter the state contest and the state winner will receive a or.e hundred dollar bond. The girls will be entertained by the General de Lafayette chapter at a luncheon given on Washington's birthday in February and each will be awarded a pin. Mrs. Arnold Spurlock returned to her home in Overland Park, Kansas, Sunday after spending two weeks here with her sister, Mrs. Mildred Olsen of South Bluff street. A quiet and impressive wedding ceremony was solemnized in the chapel of the First Presbyterian Church Saturday afternoon at 1 o'clock when Lucille G. Green'and Omer W. Buening were united in marriage. The pastor, the Rev. Herman E. Dirks pronounced the double ring rites. Attendants for the couple were Mr. and Mrs. Fred Meeker Sr. The bride had chosen a mauve knit suit for her wedding, adding black accessories and a yellow mum corsage. The couple will be at home at 111 South 6th Avenue, Beach Grove, Indiana.. Mrs. Buening has. 'been a resident of Monticello 'since 1946, coming here from Salem. She has been employed as waitress at Dean's Restaurant which place she resigned Friday. Mr. Buening is appliance repairman for the Indianapolis Power and Light Company. He is a member of the Masonic Lodge No. 604 of Beach Grove, Scottish Rite and Shrine at Indianapolis. Thursday night the bride's associates at the restaurant entertained for her at a farewell party and shower, presenting her with gifts and serving ice cream, cake and coffee. The marriage culminated from the -renewal of a family friendship of a number of years ago. John Boyd returned home recently from Rochester, Minn., where he went through the Mayo clinic. He made the trip by plane. Mr. and Mrs. Dain Miller and family are now living in Brookfield,' Illinois. Their address is 9039 Sheridan Ave., Brookfield, Illinois. Mrs. Miller is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Wffltam Kallal. Clarence Shields, of Reynolds, who is a patient in the St. Elizabeth Hospital, Lafayette, submitted to the amputation of his right leg at the hip Friday. He is reported as holding his own and is in Room 116. Martin Ehlert, 61, of route 1, Reynolds, passed away Sunday morning at 2:30 o'clock at White County Memorial Hospital. Mr. Ehlert had been ill just ten hours, -suffering a cerebral hemorrhage. Born in Wisconsin on February] Receive 58 Church Gifts Members of the Ninth street Christian church already have con. tributed -58 Christmas gifts for lo- gansport state hospital patients toward a church goal of TOO gilts, according to the Rev. Kenn.sth Brady, pastor. This is the third year that flie church has responded to the appeal to "Share a Christmas gift with a mental patient." The Cass county Association [or Mental Health has appealed to all pastors of the city and county to use their churches as depots for the collection of gifts for Lo.'.ig- cliff patients. Churches anc" their to take them to the state hospital by December 16. Tags for the gifts and leaflets explaining the program may be obtained from Don Freehafer, chairman of the drive. Peru Power Piping Contract Awarded PERU — The Board of Works Tuesday awarded a piping contract of $423,423 on the electric utility expansion project of L. M. Marcum Company ol Marshall, Mo. The work includes all piping to be installed in the new power plant, such as water, steam, condensation, and feeder piping. Consulting engineers Pfeifer and Shultz of Minneapolis recommended the contract. The board accepted plans of the engineers for electric wiring at the new plant; Mayor John Devine has set Jan. 7 for receiving bids on the wiring. Want Ad Locates Partner for Round The World Adventure Ben Carlin, going around the world in. an amphibious jeep, needed a venturesome partner with mechanical and radio ( skills. A Want Ad in an Australian news<« paper found his specially qualified mnn, Barry Hanley. They plan lo cross the .<f Pacific and complete the rrip to Montreal, the starting point, in 1958. Mushrooms For Meatless Dish NEW YORK — Try creamed mushrooms with almonds for a meatless party dish, concocted by the California Foods Research Institute. Sliver Vt cup blanched almonds. Place in shallow pan with '/ 2 teaspoon butter or oil. Roast in slow oven (300 degrees) 20 to 25 minutes, or until lightly browned. Stir frequently. Slice l'/z cups fresh mushrooms (or 1 cup canned) and cook slowly in 1 tablespoon butter about 5 minutes. Stir, into 1 cup medium-thick white sauce. Add almonds and serve at once on toast or patty shells. Serves 4. Farmers purchase 20 per cent of all gasoline sold in the U. S. Myers Greenhouse. Dial 3996. LONG DISTANCE MOVING BECK'S TRANSFER PHONE 3539 15, 1896, to Henry and Mary (Wagner) Ehlert, he had been a farmer in the Reynilds community most of his life. He came to White County at an early age. He never married, Mr. Ehlert had made his nome with an uncle, Carl A. Ehlert. Survivors are the uncle, and a half-brother, Rebert P. Ehlert, of routs 1, Monon. Funeral services were held Tuesday afternoon at the Stewart Funeral Home in Monon. Rev. Herbert Petrich, pastor of the St. James Lutheran Church, in Reynolds, of which the deceased was a member, officiated. Burial was in the Lutheran cemetery in Reynolds. Special Every Friday Night All the Fish You Can Eat, $1.00 COLLEGE HILL INN 1115 North Third St. Al and Mary Kline OPEN BOOK When the medical profession approves a new remedy, it is made public so that everybody may benefit from it. Poliomyelitis vaccine is a good example. Should you read or hear about a "secret remedy" for the cure of some serious disease, be on guard. Shun it by all means, because its use could be disastrous. Consult your physician. Ask his views on "mystery remedies." He will give you a candid evaluation. . There is nothing hush-hush about medical resejjrch and its discoveries. Medicine is , . an open book—for all the world to see. PORTER DRUG CO. supper Form Bureau at Noble Enjoys Musical Program A musical program by children of the Noble township farm bureau was conducted at that group's annual - oyster and chili Monday night. The program included a song by five girls, Connie Myurs, Ruby Sanders, Janette Elliott, Grace Jackson and Kay Eikelburner; piano solos by Grace Jackson and Pat McKaig, and readings by Cristie McKaig and Janr.. Spiker. Betty McKaig ar.d Florence Myers were in charge of the pro;ram- committee. Mildrco. Moss sang a song, ' accompanied Martha Hardy at the piano. by Devotions were given by John Sanders. - Officers were installed by Guy Brookie, after which a talk was given by Paul Norris, the guest speaker. Margaret March conducted the business meeting and Roger Ide read the secretary's report. Mary McKaig led the' meeting of pet and hobby members. She said-23 members had perfect E.ttendance records for the year. Crippled Children's Society The Crippled Children's society entertained Sunday afternoon at a Thanksgiving party far handicapped children at the Shrine club. Games were enjoyed and a movie shown on -the day camp held last summer. Vera Ruhn showed the film. Mildred Me'd- burn was elected president of the society. The next party will be a Chris- Wednesday Evening, November 27, 1957. The first white men arrived in Michigan in 1622, only two years after the Pilgrims landed at Plymouth Rock, when the first French voyagers canoed out of French Jim White Fire Insurance Ph. 2491 for the coming year i mas event December 15. It's Cold Outside!! For your saving and comfort, call on us for prices on "Capitol" the finest and most com- pctilive Aluminum Combinalion Doors and Windows. Why pay more? 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