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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 10

Logansport, Indiana
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Friday, May 24, 1957
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Ten Logansport, Indiana, Pharos-Tribune Sport Parade By OSCAR FRALEY United Press Sports Writer NEW YORK (UP)- Once upon a lime there v/as a team named the New York Yankees which wor. three American League pennants in a 'row and then finished second. One month after that miserable "collapse" the stock market crashed and people started taking swan dives from open windows. It is to be doubted, even now some 28 years later, that there was any connection whatsoever. This brave stand is taken despite a current mood in Manhattan that the day. of judgment is just around the corner of 161st St. At that site is located a once bright grassy plot surrounded by concrete known as the house that Ruth built. And the gloom there today is thicker than Turkish coffee. The Yankees are back in third place. A Temporary Situation Before you rush out to sell your stocks, or start practicing on a trampoline, let me advise you that in one man's opinion this is only Distribute Awards at Noble School Certificates and awards were presented to Noble township school students at a program Thursday in the school gym, with Cee Royer, principal, in charge. The junior band, composed of third and fifth grade students, played during the program. Attendance awards, according to grades, were given as follows: First: Sheryl McMillen, Cynthia Prouty. Third: John Hardy, Larry Baker. Fourth: Gloria Hartman Eddie McKaig, Ronnie Allen, Terry. Ide, Janice Piercy, Tommy Linback, - Juanita James, Leland Cunningham, J. J. Jamison. Fifth grade awards went to: Gerry Mill,er, John Laymon, Ronnie Popejoy, John Paul Knox, Janet Lytle, Christina Hardy, Olive Wade, Oliver Wade, Jimmy Love, Dennis Hayden, Edsel Prouty, Marjorie Sanders, Mary Lou Zeider. Sixth: Pamela Eikelberner, Lois Jane Ide, Judy James, . ., ,. , ' Val James, Maureen a temporary situation and come| r i , „„:,! n.,,,,1...,, c n , October it will be more different' than spats with sports shoes. The difficulty seems to have to do with outside interests: Namely the Chicago White Sox. testimonials, soft drinks, bowling alleys, the Detroit Tigers, television shows, ' magazine writing, the Cleveland Indians, scotch and scda, motels, shoe stores, hamburger stands and night clubs. On top of which, and because of which, the immortal Yankees are playing baseball like the rowdies of Larry MacPhail's late lamented Flatbush A.C. bolstered by players obtained on waivers McKaig, Memorial Day Parade Plans Are Announced Two Churches Plan School The cooperative Vacation Church i school to be conducted jointly by | the Baptist Temple and Broadway i Methodist church beginning Mon•day, June 10, will be held in the Col. Chisholm of Bunker Hill i Baptist Temple each afternoon, Air Base Will Speak At Mount Hope Cemetery Service Plans for the Memorial Day Twelve Admitted To Ministry at Church Conference WABASH (UP)—Twelve men were elected to admission on trial in the Methodist ministry Thursday by the North Indiana Conference} of the Methodist Church at its -annual session here. Friday Evening, May 24, 1957. State Will Purchase $600,000 Worth of Highway Equipment INDIANAPOLIS (UP) — The State Highway Department will replace some of the "outmoded" on competitive bids. He also an-!'a huge used car dealer," Peter* nounced the department is buying'said. "Some of our road equip- 19 pieces of heavy surplus'equip- ment goes back to the 1920s." ment from the federal government for "less than $30,000." He said the equipment, including Peters estimated the new trucks will cost from $3,500 to $4,000. The old ones will be destroyed and trucks it inherited from the pre-:pressors, is worth about $325,000. vious administration with morei "This is just the beginning of Monday through Friday, from 1:30| in addition, an executive session ,' _to 3:30 o'clock. . _ • | 0 f ministers approved the retire- ^ than $600,000 .worth of new ones, -•'Airman John Peters said Thurs- Boy and girls 4 to "la .years ofjment of 11 Methodist ministers, age will be organized into three de-1 Admitted on trial were Joseph partments: Beginners, 4 yearsiw. Adams, Anderson; Wayne Bax- narade and services horp ha™' through kindergarten; primary, ter, • E c onomy; Riley Case, parade and services here have;. first thmagh third grades . and' Ge neva; Richard Clark, Muncie; been completed, it was announced; junior, fourth through sixth grades. Herschel Dyer, Jalapa; James Gleve, Markleville; Mark .Graham, following a meeting of the committee in the city building Thursday night. The parade will start from Memorial home at 10 a.m. and v/ill end about an hour later at Mount Hope cemetery, where Col. Henry Chisholm, commander of the 323rd Air Base Group at the Bunker Hill base, will deliver the address. The parade will first lead to the city building, where World War I Mothers will hold services at Doughboy monument and World War II Mothers will conduct rites Cheryl Reid, Carolyn Sanders. , Seventh grade: Tom Blank,! at the honor roll plaque, with Mrs. Susan Cook, Kay Garrison, Tony! McMillen, Noel Mundy. Eighth: Bill Cook, Nancy Davidson, Bill Jamison, Jean Montgomery, Lynn Reed, Maxine Ross, Rodney Underwood, Nancy Wade. Music awards to eighth grade students, presented by Mrs. Robert Barnett, were minature replicas of musical instrument*. Lynn Reed received a trumpet; Rodney Underwood and Stephen Mclntyre, clarinets; Connie Myers, drum; Maxine'Ross, piano; Nancy Davidson, accordion. fiom the Milwaukee Braves ofj Athleti = awards ' P^ented by Jackie Robinson fame. j Eugene Sommer, coach w e r e So all of a sudden the fellows; medals; to Lynn Reed, Bill Jami- in the crisp, gray pinstripes have; 30 "- Rodney Underwood and Jim •eel of clay. And the rest of the j Barr - Basketball three -year league starts treating them as if awards went to Keith Foutz and U,ey are ordinary mortals. | Lvnn Reed, co-captains, Lee Bar- Suddenly Can't Win , b ° ur - Bl11 Jamison; second-year: Meanwhile, this worry, com-' Ronnic Harvey, Paul Hardy Don pounded with the burden of out- Rist . Stephen Mclntyre Rodney side business pressures, makes: Underwood; first year: Bill Cook, the Yankees co-conspirators. In-|Tom Cover; student manager, fielders start playing like Babe Bobby Burns; Gordon Myers, Herman on a bad day. Outfield-; scorekecper. , ers make like Alphonse and Gas- i E '8 hth S rade yel1 leaders recog- ton — or Gorgeous George andi nized . tor lwo y ears service were Antonio Rocca. Suddenly they 1 Maxine R°ss and Nancy Wade; can't win for losing. , for one year, Connie Myers. Track So they're in third place, and awards went to Bill Book, Angelo the local populace acts as if the'Chapa, Joe Chapa, Keith Foutz, Supreme Court was caught play- Ronnie Harvey, Lynn Reed, Rod- Ing bingo in chambers. ney Underwood, Bill Jamison, But it would be nice if the fans Stephen Mclntyre, Lewis Low.e. (and sobbing Casey Stengel) re-! Spelling awards of a silver dol- membered that they have won the I lar each went to Maureen McKaig. pennant in seven of the last eight land Donna March, years; there are other ball play- Certificates and lapel badges ers trying to feather their nest for their safety record were given Matilda Hobson giving the prayer. Marchers will then move north on Sixth street to the bridge, where services for Navy dead will >e given by the county Veterans Council using a new public address system furnished by the VFW. . The parade will then lead to the cemetery, ending in the Legion Circle. Marchers have been divided into four divisions, with city- policemen and firemen in the first. The second portion of the parade will include the National Guard, Sea Explorer Scouts, Cub and Boy Scouts, the VFW junior band, the VFW junior auxiliary, intermediate airl Scouts, Brownies and Pathfinders. Division HI will include the Army Reserve, Veterans' post heads, .he massed colors and post colors, ;he Legion band, combined firing squads, local and visiting veterans of all wars, and VFW, Legion and DAV auxiliary units. The last group will be autos carrying Spanish-American veterans and Mothers of World Wars I and II. and other teams have a right to dream of sharing that World Series loot. I like the Yankees. .But to the others I say: "Go, go, go" Williams Enters Record Book Again BOSTON (UP.) — Ted Williams goes into the record book for the second time today as one of four players on the same team who hit four homers in the same inning. Williams, Gene Mauch, Dick Gernert and Frank M a 1 z o n e crashed homers in the sixth Inning of Thursday's game with the Indians Lo tie the American League record. It was sot 17 years ago when Williams, Jimmy Foxx, Joe Cronin and Jim Tabor homered in the same inning for Boston. The record was tied for the first time by Dizzy Trout, Jerry Prid- •dy, Vic Wcrtz and Hoot Evers of the Dolroit Tigers in 1050. the following bus drivers: Don Heckard, Floyd Davidson, Don Gordon, Albert Kuritz, Cecil My's. Teachers recognized for perfect attendance were: Mrs. Gladys Nice, Miss Vera Graueli Mrs. Rebecca Barr, Miss Leithel Hanawalt, Eugene Sommer and Dec Royer. George Ferguson,- trustee, was a special guest. GREENWOOD COACH GREENWOOD, Ind. (UP)—Robert Hepler, a native of New Bethlehem, Pa., Thursday was named football conch at Greenwood High School. Hopler will be graduated In June from Anderson College, where he played football and base- I ball. . Hepler succeeds James Young, who resigned for a sales job. Young coached football at Greenwood for three years. The curriculum will be based on the general theme of "Wider Relationship." • Co-directors of the school will be Mrs. Brice Fitzgerald of the Baptist Temple and Mrs. Raymond Gust of the Broadway church. Mrs. Claude Ballinger of the Broadway church Is secretary. The kindergarten staff will include; Mrs. Harry Chell, superintendent; Mrs. Henry Shoop, Mrs'. C. W. Edson, Mrs. Gene Hardy, Mrs. Mildred Gibson, Miss Doris Winter and Miss Ann George. The primary staff will include Mrs. B. G. Patty, superintendent; Mrs. Jack Ulmer, Mrs. Robert Chambers, Mrs. Robert .George, Mrs. Richard Parson, Mrs. Mel Chapman, and Mrs. Louis Schmidt. The junior staff will consist of Mrs. Robert Hargrove, superintendent; Mrs. Clarence Dial, Mrs. Jerry Parker, Mrs. Charles Harvey and Mrs". George Webb; One Man Injured in Alaska 'Copter Crash ANCHORAGE, Alaska (UP)— A H21 helicopter of the 5039th Air Philadelphia; August Lundquist, Twelve Mile; Clayton Miller, Kokomo; Bill Springfield, Salem; Leonard Thompson, Fort Wayne; and Richard Turner, Windsor. Retiring ministers include the Revs. Garry Brown, Sorrimerset- Peoria Circuit; Victor E. Stoner, Sclma; Alva P. Teter, 'Gas City; J. Harvey Brown, Pennville; Clarence J. Kerlin, Mum.'ie; Thurman Molt, Avilla; Claude M. Fawns, Akron Ralph C. Plank, Huntington; Walter til. Brumbaugh, Marion; John B. Sparling, Marion; and Roy Si. Brown, Poneto. Class of 1932 To Be Honored The silver anniversary graduate breakfast of the • Baptint Temple will be held at 7:30 a.m. Sunday at the church, with Keith Rine- harl, high school teachisr, as the speaker. The Rev. Drover Forward, pas- cranes, tractors and 'air com- sent to Indiana State, Prison as scrap metal for prison industries. SLOW DELIVERY BREST, France (UP)—A letter the bargain hunting," Peters said. He said the department also will replace some of its GOO cars and postmarked July 13, 1914, arrived eters told his weekly news con- -various other pieces of equipment. Thursday in Brignogan, ference the state will buy 180 new ! "Many of our subdistrict ga-lseacoast village '"" trucks for highway maintenance! rages look like the graveyard of (island in the British Cnaonel._ •neb, an torconivedhidearonorng Transport Squadron at Elmendorf tn ' hi h school gradluUes , mem . AIT« TTrvr-no T3oon ni*nci|-mj*1 AI\ niiTnn , ""** "*O" "*" "*'"• O •*• *"•' I Air Force Base crashed 40 miles northwest of Anchorage near the village of Willow Thursday night, the Air Force reported today. An Air Force official said only „ ,,"!?;„ me of the 11 men aboard the Sraduation. bers of the Sunday school, twenty- live years ago, inviting them and their parents to be guests at the breakfast on the Sunday preceding helioapter was seriously injured according to early reports. Three helicopters of the 71st Mr Rescue Squadron at Elmendorf were dispatched to the scene. „ Names and next of kin were | ^"f_.• withheld pending notification. Jack Baumann is master of ceremonies and chairman of the committee in charge of the event, and Haude Noel, president of the Veterans Council, is the parade marshal. The Rev. A. Dale.Giles of the Wheatland avenue Methodist Harrison Churches Plan Bible School Churches of Harrison township will hold a combined daily vacation Bible school in the Lucerne school from June 3-14. The school will be in session five days each week from 9 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. Children from four years old through the eighth grade may attend. church will ask the invocation at] At the conclusion of the school the ceremonies. Assistant parade marshals will ae Dick Webster, VFW; Andrew Michael, Legion commander; Robert Honick, DAV commander; George Weaver, Galveston Legion commander; Harvey Birnell, Walton Legion commander; Charles Herbert, Cooties commander; and Robert Baber, Chef de Gare of the 40 et 8. a program will be presented Friday night, June 14, for those who attended. ONE FOK THE BOOK INDIANAPOLIS (UP)—A state Board of Health annual report listing cases where animals bit people today listed a surprise culprit. One person was bitten by a zebra. The nine 1932 graduates have been invited to attend the breakfast this Sunday. M^rs. Jean Yeider Owens, one of the members, will be present with her husband, Paul Santa Ana, Calif. Letters from Capt. 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