Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on May 23, 1957 · Page 12
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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 12

Logansport, Indiana
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Thursday, May 23, 1957
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Twelve Logansport, Indiana, Pharos-Tribune DAILY RADIO PROGRAMS ___-_ <A1I UstlnRs Central Daylight Time) WMAQ WBBM (780) WLS WSAL (1230) THURSDAY EVENING 6:00 Alex Drier Bell-Air. Morgan New« t:15 Bu-ne»» "Nowa News Weather 3port« J:30 Mews Spoi-* R«T!«W News Hcatter _»:4» I Man » Fam. Josh Brady News Hennessey 7:00 News 7:15 Hope 7:30 Nishtllne 7:45 Nlghtllno Anderson Anderson T-Men T-Men Heatter News News News Serenad* Mystery TV Programs 8:00 8:15 8:30 S:45 9:15 3:30 9:45 10:00 10:15 10:30 10:45 News UN Westward Westward News Chan Ohan Chan News Night Desk Night Desk Sporta News World Sports Music Hall News Anderson R. Q. Lewis R. Q. 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Jack Paar News Millie News Martha Cran* Markets Weather News bfuslo Rise & Shim Klse & Shine Records Records News Melodies Woman's Woman's Queen-Day Queen-Day Words Carroll Co Carroll Co. FRIDAY AFTERNOON 12:00 12:16 12:30 12:45 1:00 1:15 News Morryrleld Merrytleld Merryfield Nows Confessions Nora Drake Ma Perkins Julian Bentley Road of Llfo News Mrs. Burton News Markets Dlnnerbell Dlnnerbell Markets Schooltlm* News Co. Extension Farm Corner Farm Corner Play Ball Play Ball THURSDAY 6:00—Channel 4 Channel 6 Channel 8 6:15—Channel 6 Channel 8 6:30—Channel 6 Channel 8 6:45—Channel 4 Channel 6 7:00—Channel 4 Channel 6 Channel. 8 7:30—Channel'6 Channel 8 8:00—Channel 4 Channel 6 8:30—Channel 4 Channel 6 Channel 8 9:00—Channel 4 Channel 6 9:30—Channel 4 10:00—Channel 4 Channel 8 Channel 8 10:30—Channel 4 Channel 6 Channel 8 10:45—Channel'4 Channel 8 11:00—Channel R 11:30—Channel 6 EVENING Rascals Weather New;- Ne.ws Dinah Shore Sgt. Preston News News Circus Time Bet Your Life Bob Cummings Dragnel Climax Dan Thomas People's Choice Bold Journey ,Tenn. Ernie Playhouse 90 Telephone Time Theater Annapolis .Mark Saber State Trooper County Show News Playhouse News Movies Late Show Weather Tonight FRIDAY AFTERNOON (CDT) Rochester Mrs. Marion Clark of Marion Ohio, spent the week end with he: sisters, Mrs. Belle Montgomery and Mrs. Charles Emmons. Mr. and Mrs. Lotus Thrush hai as their week end guests, thai: .daughter and family, Mr. and Mrs Jack Anderson and daughter, Ter esa. Mr. and Mrs. D. C. Anderson Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Vaughn and sons, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Persch bacher, and Mr. and 'Mrs. Denny Hoover were in Benton Harbor Mich., Sunday where they wen dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. E J. Fisher. The 77th Rochester High Schoo graduating class will hold their commencement in the Whilmer Gymnasium Friday evening, May 24th, beginning at 8 o'clock, DST am be The Processional, "Pomp Circumstance, No. Queen-Day 2:00 News Houao Party Now* Bmoball 2:15 Matinee HOUHO Party Make I7p Mind Baseball 2:30 Hilltop Dr. Malone KCWH Baseball 2:45 Popper rounjeL,ucky badlea Wayne Klntf Baseball 3:00 News 1:15 Jim Mills 3:30 Goodwin S:45 Goodwin Woman View* Muury Maglll Gold Coaet Take a Break News Ijombardo Capt Stubby Capt. Stubby Baseball Baseball Baseball Scoreboard 4:00 News 4:15 Jim Mill* 4:30 Sporta 4:45 Jim Hills Paul Gibson Paul Glbnon Paul Gibson Shopping News Polltn Party Newa Polka Party Off Record Off Record Teen Tunes Teen Tunes S:00 News News Welle B:15 Wed Howard John Harrington Welk G:20 Wed Howard Sports Wnllc B:46 Stone, Newa Lowell Thomas N<\w» Tune Tlmo Want Ads Bunknr Hill Wonders The "Jack' Kewanna appointment of John E. Hogan as clerk in the Don Reason and Mr. and Mrs. Wilmer Malntire. Mr. and Mrs, Chester Smith en- Kewanna post office has been an .', gained a I a birthday party in nouneed by Postmaster Joe Cra- lhcir homo Sunda y evening for bill. The vacancy, created by the retirement of Sophia Bauman, has been tilled by Barney Carr, sub-clerk, since April, 1956. Hogan began his duties May 18. The Don Moore post of the American Legion and its auxiliary again celebrate Memorial with services Sunday after- will day noon, June 2. As in previous years the services will be held first in the Grass Creek cemetery and then in the Odd Fellows cemetery in Kewanna. The Kewanna band, Boy Scouts and Cub Scouts will assist in the services. Mrs. Rhea Maria Gershon of Mo., missionary, will show pictures at 7:30 St. Louis, speak and p.m. Sunday in the Kewanna Baptist church. Sixteen young people and adults of the local Church of Christ attended a Youth Rally in Russiaville Sunday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Burclelte Garner and family entertained at dinner in their home Sunday, Mr. anc Mrs. Clove Crabb of Culver, Mr and Mrs. Don Schnapf and Mr and Mrs. Harold Sommers of Grass Creek and Mr. and Mrs Alva Crabb and son of here. Among those who attended the air force show at Chanule fielc Sunday were Mr. and Mrs. Loyci Woolington, Charles Woolington, Janice and Linda Shidaker, Jesse Wcllcr, Mr. and Mr.s. Dick Baldwin, Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Wel- lcr, Mr. and Mrs. Dean Kumler Harold Hoff of were dinner guests and Mrs. Dale and sons, Steve Skersick, Lciia Tomlinson, Mr. and Mrs. Mr.s. NHTIUH Or MKKTlfllS Olc' THH i:OII,\TV IIOAKII OK HKVIi;\V OK t:\HH COUNTY Notice IH Imrnhy iflvi-.H thai thn ruuiity Dourd of Itnvlow tor tho Ouinty ot film*, .Slate of Inillitiiii, will inont ill 8:00 A. M., Ceutrul hliimluril Tlnui, nn Monday, ,Min« 3rd. 1957. lit tho oftlHU n{ thu CHUM County Auditor for rxvlnwlnh" IIH- MisnmuiitH and tho valuation of r«»l mitjiUi and ImrMonul property aasuSHOii for taxation. JueiiAitn w. aoiir. Auditor CIIBH Co., hid. 1.0-2:1 NOTIUI3 TO ninnKiis Tho iniilorHlicniirl hoard will, until ilio hour of 7:00 I'. M, o'«l»Hc n'.VT) oil Ihu null (lay of .luii'n, I!i.i7, at thu offlcu of inn Kiiiior- liit«nil.nnt of HchcuilH, C30 K. Jlroudway, boKan.sporl, Inillanii, r«ci!lvii »i>:i]<,.l propoBulH for fin- •iilnhluir to tlio Muhuol (Mly, In iu- '•orditnun with Hnoi'lfluallotiH on tlio In nald ufrlru, thu rnllnwIiiK: f'hllrlron'M <lr)HkH find chiilm Ai.yoni) .lo.ilrlnir furtlinr lufor- malion ciin<:<;rnliiK' llin nhovn may nontKot thri Huiierlnlnnddiit nf tirlmoln or hln Hiilhorlzod uBOnt at tnu above lulnrcrt.s. DONAljfj D. O'NKjr.f. KDflAll D. .lA.HOItKA WAYNM H. HCHAIOKJOn NKWMA.N It. (IKK WAUL I,. OTTINIIISrt IIOAIIM OK sruooi, THUS. TIOIJS KI.MIOOIj CITY Or IIy VirAU/jKS I,. HHAH1' Suinirlntofidont 211-29 NOTIUH <>|0 IIKGICI VI.VG Oil- IIII>H J-'ou TIII.: I'l.'iiciiANn: on- ONI.: I'-IHIS Til (/<;!< li'Oll TIIH OITV Ol' - I.Oi; ANSI-OUT, INDIA IV A. Nullun In lifiruliy Blvun that the Xlimril of I'uhllu Works and HnrnLy "f tho city of J.uKiiliHIinrl, Indiana, will rncolva at tho offlua of (ho ('Inrk-'J'rniiHiiror of Nilld (Mlv, until tlui hour of 1:00 J.'.,M., O.D.S.T., on Way 3:1 lu!7, Hoaluil lildn for the furnlNhliiK nf tliu following mu- t'TlalH, KoodM, miuipinent and «up- Iillus for the City of Ijotfliiixport, Indiana, to-wlt: Uno 750 Q.I'.M. Clans "A 1 ' Klro 1'umner Truck, G.V. W. 25,000 equipped In areordanco wK.li thu ftpcuriflcaUnuu thuruof now on filu In tlio Office of tlin Clni-lt-'I'rdiiH- urnr of tho City lu Iho Cltv Bullrl- INK. IjOKitllKiiorl, liidlailn. All hl(ln, offers or propoMalH 1'or any and all of Milch articles Khali tin executed on thn forms pronnrlliGd hy ! In; Htato Hourrl of AL-comitw for tho Hlate of Indiana, HOttlnK forlh thn eiuantlty, duality and price of ouo.li and every article proponed for nulo, and shall In all other ru- wpi-ctH comply with the laws of the .State of Indiana, thereunto Jinrtnlnlnir. A bond or tinrtlflod ohiH'.k niado piiyublt) to thn City o!' J.oK'aimpctrt, Indiana, shall he fllod with each hid In nn amount of at leant ton flO'/JO per cent nf tho hlil. The rlKht IH reserved to rojnct any and all litcis, Dato<l at IjQKanHport, Indiana, thla in Hi day of Jlay, 1907. 1IOAI1D OV T-U1II.K2 WOTIKR & SAKKTY OV TIIH CITY QIC I,OOANSl>onT, INDIANA ATTBST: .UATyPlr n. SMITH their daughter, Mrs. David Bcssc The guests were Mr. and Mrs. Be.sse and family, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Smith and children and Mr. and Mrs. Roy Null. Mr. and Mrs. Dean Enyeart have purchased the Edith Troutman property on North Toner street recently vacated by the Arnold Adams family. Mr. and Mrs. South Bend Sunday of Mr, Hoff and family. Mr. and Mrs. Bert Gilicspie and Mrs. Edna Zellers attended the Commencement exercises in Star City Thursday evening. Their niece, Carol Sommers, was one of the graduates. Miss Pauline Mosher was honored at a bridal shower Thursday ovcning in the home of Miss Charlene Shull. Miss Barbara Talbolt was co-hostess. Fifteen guests were present. Miss Mosher is the bride-elect of Richard Brown. They will be married June 7, Mr. and Mrs. George Van Motor were dinner guests Sunday of Mr. and Mr.s. Newton Rurle. Albert Brooks, machinist mate second class, left Tuesday for T^ort Huenemc, Calif., alter spending a leave here with big parents, Mr. and Mrs. Marion Brooks, and other relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Carltcn Fisher and daughters of Michigan City spent the week-end here with hi.s parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Fish- cr. Miss Mary Hcnning, student of Taylor university, returned to Upland Sunday ovcning after spending the week-end hero with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles G. Henning. Beverly Brown of Logansport and Mr. and Mrs. Charles Davis were supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. Hoy Davis. 12:00—Channel 4 Channel 6 Channel R 12:15—Channel 6 Channel 8 12:30—Channel 4 Channel S Channel 8 1:00—Channel 4 Channel B 1:30—Channel. 4 Channel S Channel 8 2:0fl-£hannel 4 Channel S Channel 8 2:30—Channel 8 3:00—Channel 6 Channel 8 3:15—Channel 8 3:30—Channel 4 Channel 8 4:00—Channel 6 3:45—Channel 8 Channel 8 4:15—Channel 8 4:30—Channel 8 4:45—Channel 4 5:00—Channel 4 Channel 8 5:15—Channel 6 played by the High School Band Rev. Charles Scholl will' offer the invocation. The speaker of the evening, Don Bolt, will be introduced ay John 0. Reed, Principal. Mi- Bolt, a Latin American Traveler will give the address, speaking on 'Philosophy for the Times". The High school Band will favor with "Pastels" by McRae. Penny Ball will give the Valedictory, and Fonda Julian will give 4 Sightlthe Salutatory. Markets Principal Ree<l present the class, News-Weather Farm News Farm-Home HFD Club 60 World Turns 4 Sigh Miss Brooks Mark Saber Tenn. Ernie House Party Film • Theater Payoff Crosby Queen Brighter Day Secret Storm Movie Edge Of Nighl Movie Romances Chapel Door Life of Christ Stu Erwin What's New? Mickey Mouse Early Show Chuckwagon Star City World War II Mothers of Unit 2!) met Tuesday night at the home of Mrs. Cora Sayers. Fourteen members and one guest attended. A silent auction was held by the finance committee for the general fund. The Daily Vacation Bible School will open Monday, May 27, at the Christian church. The school will be In session from !i:45 to 11 a.m. each weekday morning for two week.s. Plans now under discussion will be completed Friday night when a meeting will be held for school personnel ai the church. Mr.s. Bill Cooper is general superintendent. Mr. and 1 Mrs. Ralph Bishop spent several days 'this week at Long-vi'.le, Minn, Fred Schullz returned home recently from Memorial Hospital in Logansport where ho had spcnl three weeks for observation and treatment. Al MaLocklln was in Little flock, Ark., last week visiting a u brother, Dr. Ralph MoLncklin, wJio ';,i ' ' will formally after' which the school superintendent, Raymond S. Julian, will present Hie diplomas. The Rev. Richard Mitchell will give the benediction, and the band will play the "Triumphal March, 1'rom p Aida" by Verdi, for the Re^ cessional. Nicholas R. Anderson, Union Township, was released from Fulton County jail Tuesday evening on $100 appearance bond. He was arrested by the sheriff's office last week, and faces assault and battery charges which have been filed against him in Fulton circuit court. Also a writ of replevin was filed in the county clerk's office Wednesday, by Securities Credit Corporation against Frank P. and Ruth Robinson. Mr. and Mr.s. Steven Wailace, Mentone, are the parents oi a son. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Crabill, Kewanna, are the parents of a daughter. Admissions to Woodlawn hospital are Karen and Michael Floor, children of Mr. and Mrs. Earl Floor;, .lames Swick, son of Mri and Mrs. Merle Swick, Akron; Mrs. Orville Ellis, Akron; Terry Doocher, son of Mr. and Mr.s. Daniel Doocher, .Silver Lake! Mrs. Glen Myers, 1201 Monroe St. Dismissals: Mrs. Paul Davidson and daughter, Letiers Ford; Grover Eaton, Tippecanoe; Wade Con- Icy, Rochester; Mrs. Christ Ninios and son, .111 Pontiac street. Rochester friends have received word that Mr.s. Clara Clemens of he IOOF Home in Grccnsburg, lias been hospitalized there, due to a broken hip, she suffered in a lall. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Litton have as their guest, Mrs Litton's sister, Mrs. Weiln Wilson of Calumet City, 111. The annual Homecoming of I he Fletchers 'Lake Methodist Church will be held Sunday. A Basket dinner will be served following the regular morning services. PRINCIPAL, RESIGNS MONTICELLO, Ind. — Oliver J. Gwin resigned his prinoipnlsihip at Chalmers high school to take a similar position at DoMotte high .Hchon] next year. Gwin, an Indiana state teachers college graduate, has taught 17 years and administered schools at Kingman and Chalmers. was ill in a hospital there. Mr, and Mrs, K. D. Moss and 'amily .spent the past, ten dnys with relatives at Silver Point, Tonn. The annual Memorial Day serv- 'ces wi!l IH) held Sunday at 2 p.m. in the Memorial court on the school ground. William Cooper of the Chris- Jan church will be the principal speaker, play. In The school event of band the will Memorial Day program will bo held in Ihe gymnasium. The Christian Youth Crusaders will meet Sunday at 2i.K) p.m. in Paul's Chapel, west of Pulaski. Read the Classified Ads Will Distribute New Indiana Acts June 29 INDIANAPOLIS (CP) — Secre- nry ot Slate Frank A. Lcnning he expects the l!>r>7 I/wo years ago. are now oil press. 15,000 copies began Acts of Hie General Assombly will be distributed by June 29, n day earlier than The acts Printing of May IB, Lcnning said. Many laws enacted by Uic logis-j InUirs in their Kl-day session last winter will become ol'foctive when l.hc acts nre promulgated—Hihat is, when the last of 92 certificates are received from county clerks indicating delivery ot the volumes. Among I/hem is the so-called "right Ixi work"- law. Thai law was cnuclcd by a Republicnn- conlrollcd Legislature over stiff opposition by organized labor, and Indiana became the first highly industrialized state to have such a law. Ever walk on a cloud? Bubbles? Fenlhcrs? That's how you feel in lightcr-than-light LEPRECONS of «oft glo»« leather wilh buoyant loam rubber platfortni, chrome leather sole*. Priced to be M light on your budget _ M on you feel. ) CJ W While Natural Black Sizes 5 to 10 N and M widths FAMILY SHOE DEPARTMENT STREET FLOOR John F. Gysin, 92, Former Peru Official, Dies At,Culver Home PERU, Ind.—Services for John Frank Gysin. 92, former Peru city official, will be held at the Easterday funeral home, Culver, at 2 p.m. Friday wilh Rev. Norman Bermng, Knox Lutheran church pastor, officiating. Burial will be in the Culver cemetery and friends may call at the Easterday funeral home. Gysin, native of Peru who lived at Culver for the past 23 years, died at the home of his son, John Frank, Jr.. at 6 a.m. Wednesday after a six-month illness. He was a city treasurer at Peru for two terms under Mayors William A. Hammond and Maurice Clifford. He was a member of the St. John's Lutheran church at Peru. Gysin was born Sept. 2, 1864 thej son of Fredrick and Louisa Heider Gysin and he married Louisa Rassner Feb. 6, 1893. She died June 30, 1950. • Two sons, John, of Culver, and Thursday Evening, May 23, 1957. William F., of Peru, surviving with four grandchildren: seven great- grandchildren; a brother, Sander, of Ogden, Utah; a step-brother, Henry Schmidt, Salt Lake' City, Utah. Two brothers and two sisters are deceased. DRIVER, 84, FINED Bart Baber, 84, route 2, Walton, charged with failure to yield right of way in a car-truck collision Tuesday on U.S. 35, was fined $1 and costs in justice court yesterday on the charge. BASEBALL THEFT MONTICELLO. Ind.—Three baseball bats and 11 baseballs wcr« stolen from an equipment room at the Buffalo school sometime during the week-end, Deputy Earl Walteri reported. DRIVING CHARGE James P. Jones, 24, route 1, Walton, was arrested and jailed Wednesday evening by Trooper John Gaylor on a charge of operating a motor vehicle while under the influence of intoxicants. WILL GIVE YOU 709 E. 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