Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on May 23, 1957 · Page 16
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Sixteen , Logansport, Indiana, Pharos-Tribune Perrone Wins K. of C. Post Francis Perrone was unanimously elected state treasurer of the Knights of Columbus at the three- day annual state convention in Indianapolis, State advocate for the past year, Perrone is a past district deputy and past grand knight of the local order. Thomas Medland was elected to another three-year term as a director of .Gibault Home, and it •was announced that plans for a pew chapel at the home for boys south of Terre Haute have been prepared by Medland and Bowman, local architects. The home is sponsored and financed by the state K. of C. lodge. The state convention was attended by representatives of the 75 councils of the order in Indiana, and local delegates were Tony Vitello, grand knight; Joseph Loner, deputy grand knight; and Charles Elpers, secretary. Blanket bindings are usually acetate, so they should be pressed with an iron set at a very low heat. Rock Creek Memorial Services on Sunday The Memorial service of the Rock Creek cemetery will be held at the Mt. Pisgah Evangelical Lutheran church, south of Logansport, Sunday afternoon, May 28, at 2:30 p.m. Robert S. Justice, state senator,! will be speaker.- The program will! include: Organ prelude music, Mrs. Raymond Shriver; bugle call to worship and taps, Lloyd Robeson; devotions, Mrs. George Burkhart; vocal music, Mrs. Ross Downham; organ-piano duet, Mrs. Raymond Shriver and Miss Pauline E. Robeson; benediction, Robert Oberkehr, pastor of the local church. Ernest Fiedler and Charles McNulty will usher. The committee in charge of the service include: Eldon D. Robeson, chairman; Mrs. Raymond Shriver, music; Miss Pauline E. Robeson, devotions; Mrs. Ernest Fiedler and Mrs. Omer Gangloff, flowers; and Walter Downham, flags. PLAN TWO TV STATIONS RABAT, Morocco (UP)— Two television stations will be built in Morocco this year for American armed forces personnel, it was reported today. The stations will bo located near Nouaceur and Sidi- slimane Air Base. Church Will Receive Confirmation Class Sunday, May 26, at the 10 a.m. divine service, a class of junior catechumens will be received into to communicant membership of St. James Lutheran church through the rite of Confirmation. After study and examination in the fundamentals of the Christian faith according to Luther's Small Catechism, these young people now profess their faith and individually renew their baptismal vows. Members of this, class are: Larry Lee Bowyer, Edgar Walter CIos- son, John Lee McCammon, Craig Everett Porter, Joseph Leland Smith, Jolene Kaye Bailey, Nancy Carole Drompp, Carol Lee Gerni, Carol Ann Johnson, Barbara Louise Long, Sue Ellen Martin, Georgia Ann Miller,, and Karen Meludie Schumacher. The Rev. Alfred C. Gerni, pastor of St. James church, will officiate. Present Two Carper Awards at Winamac WINAMAC, Ind.—Jerry A. Lebo' and Janice Metz received the Carper awards at commencement exercises for 64 Winamac high school graduates Wednesday night. Lebo is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Delbert Lebo, and Miss Metz is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Al Housinger. Alternates are Frederick Thursday Evening, May 23, 1957. Schramm, son of Mr. and Mrs. John Schramm, and Renee L. Lewis, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Edward Lewis. Lebo also won a Merit scholarship and Miss Metz received a scholarship to Ball State Teachers College. Other scholarship winners were Ernest Hines and Donald Chapman, who received scholarships to Purdue and Indiana Unl versifies, respectively. Underlying Nebraska's Sand Hills is a billion acre feet of water, enough to supply the city of Los Angeles for the next 1,000 years at the present rate of consumption. Two Hoosiers Killed In Train-Truck Crash HOLTON, Ind. (UP) — Two Ripley County men were killed late Wednesday in a truck-train accident at a main street crossing here. The victims wer e Gordon Burroughs, 74, Dabncy, driver of tha truck, and Barney Worman, 72, JHolton, a passenger. | State Police said the accident occurred when Burroughs drove his truck into the path of a west(bound Baltimore and Ohio Railroad passenger train. Read the Classified Ads COME SEE . .. YOU'LL SAVE at A&P! "SUPER-RIGHT 10 TO 16-LB. AVG. Fully Cooked HAMS SHANK PORTION WHOLE OR SHANK HALF 43' 55° POUND POUND BUTT PORTION , . . . LB. 53c BUTT HALF LB. 59c BARBECUE GRILLS ADJUOTIBIJE GRID UI-INCH 'ii SPECIAL M 4Q PRICE 1.43 SUMMER CHAIRS FOLDING—CAY COLONS WEATHER PROOF A*I"8 SPECIAL * OQ PRICK **.«J7 NEW LOOK HAMS A.TCH(.R« L ^^ri OVEN READY SHANK CUT OFF HERt/ AITCH (OR PELVIC BONE REMOVED FAT REMOVED (EXCEPT fa INCH) r-i i By Removing 26% of the Ham In Bone and Fat You Now Have the New, Semi-Boneless "Super-Right" Ham! ONLY THIS SMALL BONE REMAINS. By eliminating the waste, a 10 to 12-Lb. Ham becomes a 71/2 to 9i/2-Lb. Semi- Boneleu Ham. 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