Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on December 4, 1957 · Page 27
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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 27

Logansport, Indiana
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Wednesday, December 4, 1957
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Wednesday Evening, December 4, 1957. AT THE INTERNATIONAL Indiana Housewife Wins Champion Steer Award CHICAGO (UP) — Mrs. Sue bought him for $100 while on their Secondino, a petite, teen-age farm honeymoon in San Antonio, Tex., \vife from Indiana, Tuesday won the grand championship steer award of the International Live Stock Exposition with a 1.050- gl^g^' pound Hereford romantically j m j stress called "Honeymoon." '' , !ast February. Since then, the Deaths and Funerals JOHNSON HOLLYWOOD (TJP)—Tony Curtis former bobby sox idol, is be- .Funeral services for Samuel H. | CO min" a millionaire y playing Johnson, 7B, of 116 East Clay ' •. _ . Tony Curtis Is Getting Rich Playing No. 2 Roles street, were held Monday morning at the Chase-Miller funeral home, with the .Rev. George chunky Hereford has won a series r.unham officiating'; Rites of contests in by which slim, he 4-: was ; under the auspices of the Tipton S' rl Masonic lodge No. 33. Burial was Mrs. Secondino, a 19-year-old', Honeymoon won out^ over more brunette from West Terrc Haute. lha P 80 ° exposition entries in first was the first married gi rii nth e : taukln S the junior grand champion- SB-year history of the biggest farm I ship and then the senior prize, show in the world to capture the! The reserve senior grand cham- i : n the New Bethel cemetery. exposition's top prize. pionship went to Senator, an Aber- cposiuon s top pnze. I- . c . ,, , , She burst into tears and shouted | cleen-An|us senior calf shown by "Wow! Oh, man!'!' when veteran > Chuck Wood Jr., 1C, of Spencer, cattle judge Dr. A.D. Weber of Iowa Kansas State College slapped Another Indiana girl, Honeymoon across the rump and; Meade, IB, of Camden., made him the king of America's I Shorthorn championship Patricia took the with her 950-pound calf, Rowdy. A summer farmyards for 1957. i = Her 23-year-old husband. Peter, yearling, P.S. Otis, dashed into the winner's circle to Pennsylvania State owned by University, hug and kiss his wife. After kissing won the Herford reserve cham- each other,' they both kissed the placid Honeymoon. Bought Steer for S100 The white-faced summer year- pionship. Kenneth P. Eilel, Greencastle, Mo., took the reserve Aberdeen - Angus title with his entry. A senior calf owned by| Rist, IUST Final ritse for Elizabeth 74, of 217 Barren street, were held Wednesday morning at St. Joseph's church, with Msgr. Maurice Foley officiating. Burial was in Mt. Calvary cemetery. HOUSER Last rites for Lydia Houser, 82, of Camden, were held Wednesday afternoon at Kroeger's funeral home, with the Rev. M. L. Robinson officiating. Burial was in Mt. Hope cemetery. Funeral HANDY services for Mary Jo ling's victory meant something; Brace Baker, Jonesboro, Ind., won special to the young jouple. They I the Shorthorn reserve title. way. Injured wore Jane Highland, 24, wife of the driver, with a severely cut nose and Nancy. 3, her daughter, with a bruised head; Andrew, 4-month-old who suffered a bruised head, and Gregory, 2 years old, who sustained a cut forehead, were admitted to the Memorial hospital. The Highhouse car and the Strand car sustained an estimated $1,000 worth of damages each, according to Deputy George Shanks and Trooper Larry Wagenknecht who investigated. John Spinn, Reynolds, Passes Away At 82 John L. Spinn, 82, Reynolds, died Tuesday morning at White! - ' Kandy, 13 days old, of route 6, were held Wednesday afternoon at. the McCloskey-Hamilton funeral homp, with the Rev. Ralph Me- Crory officiating. Burial was in Mt. Hope cemetery. Youths Plead Guilty Crash Near Lake Cicott Injures Four Four members of a family were injured in a two car crash east of Lake Cicott on U.S. 24 about 4 p.m. Tuesday. LaVerne Highhouse, 28, of Havelock, N. C., was driving his car east or; U.S. 24 and slid on the icy pavement into the left lane of traf- H Tne unprecedented "popular!- and Deputy Sheriff Roy King af- fic. He struck the car driven by ly -> of re ijgj oni which has swelled ter having been taken into cus- M. H. Strand, of Miami, F!a., who US] ^^^ membership to an i tocl y b y Howard county authorities, was proceeding west on the high- a n.ti me h igh_ i s not a true index I Richard Downhour, Jackson town- of the ration's spiritual life. Much j ship farmer, complained that they that pa.sses for religion! oday is-stole five gallons of gasoline from Leaders Discuss; American Churches ST. LOUIS (UP) — Protestant leaders Tuesday weighed America's churches in the scales' ofi T n i-i'i divine judgment and found them I lo "em Larceny wanting. ' • Two Kokomo youths, Jerry Rose- A spirit of blunt self-criticism | berr y. 19 > and Jerr >' Kami) 1 '". 18, pervaded third-day session*, of ';he j Pleaded guilty in justice court Tues nation's "town meeting of ;he j da y to charges of petit larceny and churchc:;"—the triennial genera!: were fined $25 each. They were assembly of the 30-donominationi llnable t( > Pay and are being kept got him started in the first place. "My teenage fans were the ones = _ .,..._ who took me out of a Nei* v '-.-k second banana to supurstars Burt gutter and. stuck with me," says Lancaster, Kirk Douglas Frank Sinatra. and Tony. "I don't think they'll object | if I become a goo'd actor." The big boys put up the cash for their own movieu, grab top billing and worry about clearing a few bucks when the picture is released. Not Tony. By taking the second lead, which used to go to glamour girls, he gets a percentage of the gross profits- and a fat salary to boot. He banks a fortune while his bosses sweat it out. "There are no leading ladies left in Hollywood," Tony explains. "So I co-star with other guys. The pictures I've done lately are based on the. relationship and conflict between two men." Curtis, his curley hair turning} week, gray, is 31 and losing his pretty Walton Mr. and Mrs. Danny Birneil have moved onto the property vacated by Mr. and Mrs. Save Hoover. The Hoovers have moved to Kokomo. Mr. and Mrs. Keith Walker and daughter of Logansport were Thanksgiving Day dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Walker. Kay Sailors of Clymers visited Mr. and Mrs. Charles Remley and son and Mr. and Mrs. Hobart Turner arid family the last of the Logansport, Indiana, Pharos-Tribune Three boy reputation. The critics agree he's come a long way since the - International Piper Laurie days at Universal when he chased . __ ......_. across the desert in sex and sand ] Welk- show at the Coliseum in Mr. and Mrs. Bus Thompson are vacationing in Austin,. Tex. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Erny and son, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Remley and Kay Sailors attended the Lawrencs National Council of Churches. in the Cass county jail. Speakers told the 2,000 delegates: They vvere brought to jail early that: Tuesday by Sheriff 0. R. Carson a vague and generalized "faith in faith" and churches have yet to translate this "seeking" into genuine obedience to God and acceptance of Christ as Savior. Verdenr Lux.'Wolcott Native, Dies At 69 Verdent Lux, of 480 Little- been in ill health for a year. He was born June 24, 1875, the son of Henry and Sophia (Wagner) Spinn. He was married in 1904 to Sophia Milling. Survivors include his wife, four daughters: Mrs. Delia Hummel-, Oak Park; Mrs. Lillian Waldman, and Mrs. Mabel Konsack of Chicago: and Miss Louise Spinn of Oak Park, 111. One grandchild and one great-grandchild, one brother, William Spinn, of Reynolds, and two sisters: Mrs. Mabel Levernz, of Danville, 111., and Mrs. Fena Buss, of Reynolds, also survive. Friends may call at the Miller funeral home after noon on Wednesday. Services will be held at the Miller chapel at 2 p.m. Thursday with the Rev. Herbert Petrich officiating. Burial will be in Mount Emblem cemetery in Danville, 111. ton. West Lafayette, died at St. Elizabeth hospital in that ciy at 6 p.m. Sunday. He had been ill for a month. Born in -Wolcott- in 1889, he went to Lafayette in 1921. He was married to Mabel M. Watson in 1913. Survivors include the widow, two sons, Donal'd of Speedway City, and William of Lafayette; two sisters, Mrs. Ola Humphreys, ! of West Lafayette, and Mrs. Rosson Wilson, Wawah, N.J.; a brother Floyd of Lafayette. Eight grand- childrer. also survive. Services will be hold at 1 p.m. Wednesday at the Hippensteel funeral home with the Rev. E, A. Gillum officiating. Burial will be in Rest Haven Memorial Park. his farm last Friday night. NUN BURIED IN UGANDA KAMPALA, Uganda (UP)— Franciscan nun "Mama Kevin," who died recently in Boston, Mass., has been buried near Kampala in the grounds of the quickies. "It began when Burt Lancaster asked me to work with him in 'Trapeze.' He took a big chance, but : t paid of". "We got together again in "Sweet Smell of Success' and that came through like gang busters, too. Then I co-starred with Kirk in 'The Vikings,' and now Sinatra in 'Kings Go Forth."' Considered Lightweight Actor Always considered a lightweight Indianapolis. The Women's Circle of the Unto Presbyterian church will have a Christmas luncheon Thursday noon at the church. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Baylors and daughter spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Charles Sanders and family and Mrs. Lee Saylors of Muncie. Deer Creek • township Home Demonstration club No. 2 will have an all-day meeting Wednesday at in the acting department, Curtis the Deacon Grange Hall. Mem- gets wide-eyed talking about the!'bers are., asked to take —•"•"-»' u,,n.,,,,,,r,:«U(^ Virt'r. tuni'ti-irirr uritVi ' /lic-hpc fflP t.hp riOOn lull convent she founded. Baganda heavyweights he's working with now. Sinatra has copped an Oscar. The other two havo been perennial nominees. "These guys wanted me in their pictures because they know I can bring people to the boxoffice. Now 3 feel like I'm holding my own'in the acting department. I can't tell you how much I've learned from them. "All of them have one thing in common — they're highly intelligent men," Curtis enthused. "They push me all the.time to make sure I'm gh'ing my best. Sinatra, Lancaster and Douglas are tough, but it's a great training ground for me. "Frankly, I wan'; to follow in covered dishes for the noon luncheon, a gift of imperishable food for the children's home in Logansport, and a 50-cent gift. Officers will be insalled in the afternoon. Ronnie Widner of Purdue, Mr. and Mrs. Malcolm Wolf of Indiana University and Marian Hinkle of Ball State spent the holidays here with their parents. Mrs. Glen Ward and sons entertained at a surprise birthday dinner Sunday for Glen Ward. Guests were Mr. and Mrs. Mark Small and daughter, Lt. and Mrs. Herbert Woodcock and son, and Mr. and Mrs. Clark Sne.ll and Mr. and Mrs. Claude Small. Mr. and Mrs. Roscoe Thompson their .footsteps. Maybe some of; and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Bar- tribesmen, who loved the gentle I their talent will ru'b off on me."jry Bean, and Mr. and Mrs._ nun rnicprl n fnnrl f« hfinrt V./1*. Tn«if ! P ViqnnTr tn ho T\irttintT tin I Tanlrcnn anH fnmilv WGTC di Bill nun, raised a fund to bring her body from Boston where she retired after 50 years of among Uganda Africans. work Tony is happy to be picking up'Jackson and family 'were dinner an adult audience vrith his second guests Thanksgiving Day of Mr. banana gimmick. But he's not I and Mrs. Glen Jackson and son brushing off the youngsters who I of Indianapolis. The Most Treasured Gifts Come From 3 Traffic Violators Fined In Court Tuesday Three persons were fined in justice court Tuesday for traffic law violations. Mrs. Joan Schmicker, 27, of route 2, Wir.amac, arrested Dec. 2 by State Trooper Richard Keyes for speeding, was fined SI and costs, i.... r\ r> ,. Robert woodnouse, 35, of route 2,: blips Un ravement; Royal Center, was fined $1 and J-Jj{.,. Parked AtitO costs for operating a trailer without Icy ' streets caused anofher acc! . registration plates He was arrest- d ; Logansport Tuesday at i>:22 ed Nov. 27 by Cpl. Sam Burch of : Snow Covered Pavement Causes Auto Crash Slippory pavement was listed, as (he cause of an accident on U.S. ;i5 ya-mile north of Lincoln Tuesday afternoon. Frank W. Kaftanic, 23, of East Chicago, driving a 1951 coach south on U.S. 35, attempted to pass a vehicle ahead' of him. Seeing oncoming traffic, Kaftanic tried to return to the proper lane but lost control of his car. The car slid 75 feet into a ditch. Miss Joan Bard, 21, of Whiting, suffered a badly cut forehead and was treated at Memorial hospital. Passengers in the car, six in all, were returning to Ball State College in Muncie. The others were not injured. Deputy George Shanks and Trooper Richard Keyes investigated. the state traffic patrol. James Poindexter, 24, of Wolcott, was arrested by Trooper Richard Keyes on Nov. 30 for speeding and was fined $1 and costs. Hospital Notes ST. JOSEPH'S Born: to Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Hernandez. Peru, a daughter; Mr. and Mrs. John Donahue, Stony Pike trailer court, a daughter. Admitted: Master James Grand- P,m. According to police reports a car owned by Allen Fissel, of Star City, was parked on the west side of Twenty-fourth street. Ernest Hipsher, of 1922 East Market street, was driving north on Twenty-fourth street Eind slid into the parked car. The right side of the Fissel car was damaged and the left front side of Hipsher's car was dented. FUEL OIL FIRE The Logansport fire department was called to the corner of Six- when they arrived. staff route 6; Joseph Moritz, 834 teenth and Woodlawn avenue at West Linden avenue; Mrs. Zelda'4:45 p.m. Tuesday where spilled Parson 1728 High street; Roy El-1 fuel oil from a delivery truck had ler, route 2, Flora; Mrs. Minnie beer; i.gnited. The blaze was out Fiedler, route 2, Camden. Dismissed: Herbert Elzroth, route 4; Edwin Steinwedel, 715 Spencer street; Master Darel Peters, route 1, WinamAc: Mrs. Sarah Thomas, 'route 2; Mrs. Robert Hedde and daughter, 2205 East Broadway. MEMORIAL Born: To Mr. and Mrs. Willliam Dean, 831 '/•: Race street, a daughter; to Mr. and Mrs..Melian Stal- etovich, Indianapolis, a daughter. Admitted: Miss Yvonne Summers, 711 High street; Robert Fred, route 2, Kewanna; Mrs. Margaret Beam, Flora; John Willis, 119 Northern avenue. 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