Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on May 24, 1957 · Page 3
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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 3

Logansport, Indiana
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Friday, May 24, 1957
Page 3
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Friday Evening, Way 24, I95T. Sue to Establish Right of Township To Operate Schools A complaint to establish the legal right of the trustee and advisory board ot Jackson township to operate the Jackson township schools, .as they have since 1944, was filc-d Thursday in the Cass circuit court by William F. Zehring, trustee, and his advisory board members, Frank Day, Jo- jeph Munson and John Ronk. Named as defendants were William Dutchess, Robert Kloepfer, and Frederick McCoy, as members of the school town of Galveston, and others. . The action was preparatory to the construction of a new school in the township. It points out that the school town of Galveston was operated separately from the township until August 19, 1932, when the two units entered into a contract setting up a joint board of eonrtol. That board was abolished on Aug. 29, 1944, and the duties of the board were assigned to the township trustee by contract, it is alleged. Since that time all debts of the school town have been assumed and paid by the township. The court is asked to appoint * commissioner to convey the school town's undivided half interest in real estate in and near Galveston that it owns jointly with the school township, and to declare the school township's exclusive right to operate the schools. The complaint was fiied through Attorney Tom Hir.schauer. Rochester The North Shore club met recently for a farewell pot luck supper, in the home of Mrs. Paul Ketterman. The supper was a complete surprise to Mrs. Ketterman, honored on her birthday anniversary with a corsage and a birthday cake. D. E. Turk, 32, R. R. 1, Akron, was released from Fulton county jail Thursday, on $500 bond after being lodged _ there by city police at about 2:30 a.m. Thursday. Turk, who was arrested while driving an automobile on East 9th street, was held without charge during investigation. The Cub Scouts of Pack 319, Rochester, are planning a tour of Bunker Hill Air Base Saturday. A committee headed by Dale Wicoff has made plans for the trip. The parents will provide transportation and the meeting point will be at the main gate of the base. Base personnel will guide the tour, which will last three hours. Floyd Christman, Rochester Railway Express Agent and his family, are enjoying a months vacation in various w.estern points of the country. In his absence, A. J. Johnson, of Huntington, will fill his position. The Rev. Richard Mitchell, pastor of the_ First Baptist church, and family will leave Rochester Monday for Philadelphia, Pa., where the American Baptist Convention will be in session from May 29 to June 4. The Rev. Mitchell has been invited to fill the pulpit of the Vincent Memoria Baptist church in Philadelphia on Sunday, June 2. His wife and children will go from there to Brocton. Mass., for a months visit. Admissions to Woodlawn hospital are Mrs. Ray Hibner, R.. R. 3; Mrs. Wilbur Rude, Kewanna; Mrs Gale Mallot, Roann. Dismissals: Mrs. Jack Gelbaugh, R. R. 4; Mrs. Joseph Mahler, Monterey; Mrs. Charles Rauschke, 119 West Ninth street; Mrs. Robert Chevre and daughter, 417 East 13th; Ed Feiser, R. R. 2; Mrs Phillip Farris and daughter, Akron. Mr. and Mrs. Porter/Rhodes, R. MISTER BREGER 'When do you think you'll be finished with the ' dentist... ?" and was honoring her, as she willi R -J?• are the parents of a son. soon move to South Bend. MrsJ, Mr - ?" d MrR ' Hen 'T Lan « G "Ketterman was presented a lovely h ! lhm ' l Monterey, arc the parents corsage and a gift of appreciation I"' ? daughter. from the club i Mr - and Mrs - Ra| Ph Gunter, Ful- Preceding the dinner, the invo- ton ; arc< ih ° P arcnts of , a daughter. Honor Day core-monies for the Rochester high school seniors hold Tuesday at Whitmer gym when state and local organizations bestowed awards upon various stu- di-nls. The Lions Club award, ccrtifi. cales to the boy and girl showing the most improvement during four year high school work, were given lo Tim Scott and Marilyn Butler. In addition, each will receive n cash award of $50 if they decide to go to college. The- Kiwanis Club honored Dave Herns and Fonda Julian as the cation was given by Mrs. Charles Miller. Mrs. James Umberger acted as narrator, when "This is Your Life" was presented. A brief business meeting was held, with the president, Mrs. Charles Richhart, presiding. Mrs. Herbert Ballanger gave the history of the song of th,e month, "Carry Me Back to Old Virgin- ney", after which the group sang the song. Miss Annabel Rupel, Home Demonstration Agent, showed the film she had taken while on a tour of Europe. Snapshots were taken of! most outstanding senior hoy and the 14 members, four guests and j girl. Horns also received a Nation- four children, present. Guests of j al Merit certificate. the club were Miss KuncI, Mrs. Arlo Gray, Mrs. D. G. Dudgeon and Mrs. Kdwani Mclntiro. Children present were Douglas, Mary Beth and Terry Ketterman and Gary Enyart. Mrs, Charles Miller was also Tri Kappa, presented award 1 ! In three cutngorios: Art: Judy Fonts, first pri/x. 1 $10, and her sister, Nancy, second pri/c, $,';, Scholarship, cerlificalc of $,'100 was awarded lo Penny Ball. Music award was given to Judy Morgan, who also received the Kappa Delta Phi scholarship award of $200. The Kiwanis also honored rEob Shafer with the award for the outstanding senior boy in agriculture. Bob also received a DeKalb award. Nikki Musselman won the Daughters of America award for good citizenship, and Patricia Swanson was honored as the outstanding senior girl in home economics. Judy Morgan and Gloria Holler received the top typing awards and Merlene Simonin received the tip transcription award. Lois Wood received a sweater and certificate as .the outstanding member of GAA, she also received a state plaque. Sue Walker won the American Legion Oratory contest. Outgoing senior class presidenl Mark Zimmerman announced that gifts to the school from the seniors will be a school trophy case and a news camera for the Manitou Ripples and the Zebra Tales Staffs. The senior class also presented awards of appreciation to Mrs. Anita Samuelson. secretary Lo the principal; Si Deob, vocational agriculture instructor, Principal Heed and the class sponsor, Harry Uny. Three thousand dollars damages was awarded to 'Glen Elbort Wray, when the jury of 10 men and two women, Tuesday, found for the r>hiintiff in the assault case of Wray against Joseph and Jay Pinsler. The jury deliberated two lours before rendering -their verdict. Wray had filed two suits in the 7'/z year old case, chiirging assault against each of the Finstnrs. I'hc jury found for the plaintiff a- gninsl Joe Flnstcr, fnlher of Jny, ind awarded $:IOO damage/). The 1 jury also ruled in favor of Wray against Jay, but awarded no damages.' Wray had asked $6000 in the suit, which . stemmed from a personal attack on him by '.he Fins'ters October 29, 1949,. at which time Wray was a tenant on the Finster farm. Mr. and Mrs. Harley Zolman were recent visitors in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Dick Van Dalsen, Macy, Mr. and Mrs. George Brown have returned home from a week .spent in Brown county. The Triple Link 'Club will meel tonight in the home of Mrs. John Meader. Mrs. Effie Jane Rush, assisted by Mrs, Ethel Snapp, will en- tcrtain the Baptist Guild Alumni Circle, at 7:80 Monday evening. Delphi Harley Barber, well known Carroll Counly road superintendent was taken to St. Elizabeth, hospital Saturday after suffering a', heart attack. Mr. Barber became ill on the roads Thursday but returned to work Friday. He was taken to tht hospital in a Flora ambulance and is thought to be quite ill. Mrs. Russell Craig and Miss Mary Benjamin gave the project lesson on Freezing at the Tippecanoe Township Home Demonstration Club nt the H.E.M.C. assembly in Delphi on Wednesday afternoon, May 15. Mrs. Edgar Fountain, Sr., presided over n short business session. Mrs. Martha Ginn gave the Safely lesson. During the social hour refreshments on hamburger Inaf, which was demonstrated by the project loaders was swvctl with salad, cookies, ten (incl coffee; to 21 members and two guests. Hostesses included Mesdamcs Stella Givler, Larry Gruber, Lev! Furst, and Luella Pritts. Favors were attractive nut cups. County Superintendent Harry Hatton announced today' that held Tuesday at the school, includ-"j ed football: two-year letters to| gers; FFA public speaking to Jim Logansport, Indiana, Pharos-Tribune Thre* Gary Alberts, Ron Caldwell-and Charles O.'Farrell; three-year letters to Charles Mulligan, Joe Han- George Wason, trustee of Monroe ina, Jerry Wagner, and Russell township, has employed the fol- Heiland; most valuable player tro< lowing new teachers: Joyce Hoppe, Vocation Home Economics; Joseph Hendryx, mathematics, and Henry Smith, grade six, Carroll County Commissioners in phies to Joe Hanna and Jerry Wagner; and cheer leader pin to Pat; Krecek. Basketball awards were: one-year letter to Gary Alberts; three-year letters to Charles Mul- special session Monday applied forjligan, Charles O'Farrell and John federal aid'in the sum of $17,000 j Gerard; four-year letters to Joe] to build the bridge over Sugar Creek on the Dayton road south Riiey; FFA farm safety to Ronald Scutt; and FFA past officers pins to President. Jerry Wagner, Vice- President Dwaine Ward, Secretary George Rodgers, Treasurer John Elston, Reporter Jim Riley and Sentinel Dave Hoshaw. The $10 future homemakers award went to Carolyn Fisher; the National Forensic League outstanding senior award went to Marjoi-ie Sand- of Delphi which was damaged beyond repair on Sunday night, May 12. Before deciding on the cost of the bridge they were in conference with Mr. Fillinger of the State Highway department and Herbert Brunsma, Engineer of Lafayette. They. estimated that the bridge would cost $34,000, half of whicli they plan to get from the Federal government. The county is to furnish the other half, according to Hoy Musselman,'County Auditor. Gale Crowell of Adams township, is reported to be quite ill following a heart attack and surgery at the White County Memorial hospital. Commencement exercises for six eighth grade students, at St.. Joseph's parochial school will be held at St. Joseph's 8 o'clock Mass Sunday morning. Those to receive diplomas are Joan Delnney, Nancy Coomey, Leona Lear, Mary Kay Nichter, Edward Crosby and Tliom'as Carrier. Rev. Peter Van- Tiel will celebrate the mass. The school students and the Sisters enjoyed a trip to Kokomo Thursday and they enjoyed a picnic on the school grounds here Wednesday afternoon. John Dick was fined $5 and costs in city court Monday for operaling a vehicle with an Improper muffler. Awards presented at the annual Delphi high school recognition day, NOTIOIO «>|r IM/III.IG SAI.H1 ,.,,feu li.'ii In horoby Blvon Hint l.MAC will Hfll 11 IB5H J-'oiilliic, Motor K7Sni|.|«:n, Surlnl HAM B ut Public Auction on Juno -I, l!ir,7 al 10:U(c A. ,\1. fit t.iruHunrnoyur Motor cSaliiH, iifmitimport, Indiana. Hanna and Jerry Wagner; and; 6 " 0 "? were presented to Ron Caldwell, David Eis, George Rodgers, Fred Lamb, Elsie Echler, Glenda Fisher, Mary Myers, Jo Sue Wallace, Nancy Echler, Jim Kenworthy, Charles Mulligan and Marjoria Sanderson. WIND LIFTS DOGHOUSE LANESVILLE (UP)—Louis Olt reported today that a strong wind picked up a doghouse in which his cheer leader pins to Pat Krecek j and Rita Medley. Track award! were: one-year shoe to Joe Han na; three-year shoe to Jery Wag ner; and most valuable trophy to Jerry Wagner. Girls athletic awards included GAA 1,000-point medals to Elsie Echler and Nancy Echler; GAA jackets for 750 points to Carolyn Carrier, Helen Crosby, Marian Knitter and Betty Robinson; meda! for top point-getter to Nancy Ech ler; and senior GAA sportsmanship award to Nancy Echler. Organizational awards included: Hi-Y mental attitude award to Jer ry Wagner; Hi-Y pins to Joe Mes sick as past president, Charles O'Farrell as vice-president, John Elston as secretary, Jerry Wagner as treasurer, and David Hoshaw as chaplain; Sunshine society cit izenship award ' to Nancy Girton FFA DeKalb medal lo Jerry Wag ner; FFA slar chapter 'farmer award to Jim Riley; FFA three year awards to Dwaine Ward,' John Gerard, Dave Hoshaw, George Rodgers, Hufford, Charles George O'Farrell, Shockley, Jim Jim Riley, Jerry Wagner, Joe Scott Ron Scott and John Elston; FFA farm mechanics award to Dave Hoshaw; FFA soil and water man agement to John Elston; FFA farm electricification to Ernest Messick; FFA dairy farming to George Rod' NUTll'll) STATE OH' INDIANA) OOIINT1- OF 1 (.'ASK ) NO'riCB TO AU\ I'KliaONH TN- THKIOHTI':!) JN.THIS KHTATIi) OF MINNJK (J. JIIIISCI-I, DKCMAHI'ID. In the! Circuit Conn, at Cua« County, April Tunn, lilli?. UaliHu Nninhiir .Mil ill. 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