Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on December 4, 1957 · Page 31
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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 31

Logansport, Indiana
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Wednesday, December 4, 1957
Page 31
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Jj ! Wednesday Evening, December 4, 1957^ Storm Moving Eastward After Midwest Blast Blame Snowstorm For 10 Fatalities Across Three States 'A narrow storm band that dumped up to eight inches of snow in the Midwest and Ohio Valley swept into the East today and weathermen warned of dangerous driving conditions. The snowstorm, which began in the Midwest Tuesday, was blamed for at least 10 traffic deaths on slippery roads in Indiana, Illinois and Ohio. Six of the deaths occurred in Ohio, including that of the Rev. Dr. Fred Conrad Wie?man. 58, president of the Ohio Synod of the United Lutheran Church in America. The snow band stretched across central Illinois, and northeastward across Ohio, Pennsylvania and into metropolitan New York. The snow accumulation in New York City was the first of the season. The snow blanket ranged from two to six inches in Illinois, Indiana and Ohio, and the heaviest amount reported was eight inches at Columbus,. Ohio. Among the highways packed with snow were the Indiana, Ohio, Pennsylvania and New Jersey turnpikes. By early today, Bradford, Pa., reported a four-inch snow accumulation, and three-inch snowfalls were reported at a number of points, including Indianapolis: Springfield, 111.; Dayton, Ohio, and Brookville, Pa. The snow area spread during the night through northern West Virginia, northern Maryland, and into New England. Three to five inches of snow was expected in the East before a warming trend turns the snow to rain this afternoon. Bain fell to the south of the snow band along the Atlantic sea- Arrounts generally were under one-tenth inch. Generally fair skies prevailed west of the Mi'-sbsipji River and temperatures dropped 10 to 20 degrees overnight as compared with the night before. Flippen, Ark., had an early morning reading of 29 as compared with a low of 50 Tuesday morning. Warmer weather oveftpread Florida and Georgia, sending the mercury up into the 50s this morning as compared with the 30s the day before. Read the Classified Ads Rochester The Foster and Good ambulance brought Mrs. Whitt_ Reffitt f from her home, route 1, Kewann'a, to the Woodlawn hospital, Monday afternoon. They also brought Ed Lyons from the Veterans Hospital, Fort Wayne, to his residence at 6th and Madison streets. Mr. and Mrs. L. D. Thousand and children, Jabice, Jay, Ann and Nancy have returned from a holiday vacation in Barnezeld, Wisconsin, where they were guests of Mr. Thousand's mother,-.Mrs. Harvey Thousand, and grandfather, Henry Arneson. On Thanksgiving day Mrs. Thousand entertained at dinner, the L. D. Thousands, Rochester: Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Thousand, and family; - Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Thousand and family and Mr. and Mrs. William- Thousand, all of Barn'ezeld. Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Sherrard Sr., and Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Sherrard Jr., and children, Debbie and Vick- were Thursday evening dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Herd Briggs, Macy. Other guests were Mrs. Orpha Johnson, Athens; Mr. and Mrs. Harry Maste-llar, Akron, and Mr. and Mrs. Oren Musselman, Mr. Sam Musselman, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Briggs and Mr. and Mrs. Albert Briggs, all ot Ma. Mr. and Mrs. Guy Bryant entertained at Sunday dinner, Mr. and Mrs. John Weigle and family oi' Indianapolis, and Mr. and Mrs. Dale Bryant, Rochester. Evening guests of the Bryants were Mr. and Mrs. Rex Wood and daughters, Martha and Gloria of Osceola, and Mr. Leon Lunsford and Mildred Fisher, both of Peru.' Mr. and Mrs. Myron Berkheiser will have as their week end guest, Mrs. Clarence West of Battle Creek, Michigan. George Deamer Jr., Rochester realtor, was named as regional vice president of the National Institute of Farm Brokers for 1958, at the annual meeting of the National Association of Real Estate: Boards, held in the Conrad Hilton, hotel, Chicago. He will serve'Illi- nois, Wisconsin and. Indiana. A Christmas dinner and parly for the employees of'the Baxter Drug store and the People's 'Phar-. macy and their families was given Sunday evening in thq home of Mr, and Mrs. Parke Baxter, with Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Baxter, assisting. A dinner was served from appointed tables, after which Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Baxter showed slide;; of their recent European trip. Guests present to enjoy the dinner and party were Mr. and Mrs. Reid Erdman and family; Mr. and Mrs. Ray Glass; Mr. and Mrs. Omer Steininger and family; Mr. True Life Adventures WAV OF THE WIDGEON. AMERICAN WIDGEON (OK BAL.DPATE) UMITEP ABIL.ITV TO FOR HIS OWN WIU.P CELERV — AS T?O OTHER WIL.P PUCKS. SO HE WAITS? FOR A SKIU-EP DIVER, SUCH AS THE CAKJVA6BACK, TO SURFACE WITH A BIL-U FUUU OF <iOVETEO ' <5REEMS.... „ . - oii-to**. !d W|fcU Rtutful ... AND SNATCHES THE HARC'-EAR.MHD HARVEST. ia-4 home of Mr. und Mrs. Lyle Bailey, which was festive with Christmas decorations s ; nd lovely cut flowers. ' '• . A delicious-, turkey dinner was served to members-and their families from decorated' tables, each centered with Christmas greenery and lighted tall red tapers. Mrs. James Newconib offered prayer ot thanks before the meal. ;.The . business meeting was in charge of .the president, Lyle Bailey,, who opened the session with g'roup singing of Christmas carols. ' The secretary's report-was read by Mrs. Hnrrold Gerrick; the treasurer, Allison .. Haimbaugh gave his report and. Mrs. John McKinney reported on the cards sent to sick <-<nd shut-in members. Plans were made to take boxes of gifts and •: food supplies to the Christian Center, in Indianapolis and also to remember each.resi- dent of the Zion Baptist Home for the aged. The group presented their teacher. Mrs. McKinney', with a gift of appreciation i'or her work with the ciass; Mrs. Lyle Bailey made the presentation. Mrs. Newcomb told the Christmas story, after which Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Reese were introduc- fid, and they entertained by showing slide pictures of their recent trip to California, describing each picture as.it was shown. They also showed many Indiana .scenes. FBI Nabs 11 In Dope Ring CHICAGO (UP) — FBI agents, in a sequel to a .narcotics raid that turned up an estimated two million dollars worth of heroin, arrested M persons Thursday night alleged to be members of a narcotics ring. Armed with warrants signed by U.S. Commissioner C.F. Bentley Pike, the FBI made the arrests at the homes, of the suspects. Among, those'arrested was Mrs. Helen Mack, 37, on whose premises 30 pounds of pure heroin were found last week. Police Commissioner Timothy ! J. O'Connor said he would recom- jmend revocation of Mrs. Mack's I license to run a liquor store, be- I lieved to be the home base of the' dope traffic; : , Mrs. Mack's husband, Nolan Mack,. is serving a prison term for peddling narcotics. Logansport, Indiana, Pharos-Tribune Seven FROM Open LET US SHOULDER THE LOAD, If yon have a heavier load of bfftt than you can handle, tuin the job over lo us. We'll show you how to ease the drain by consolidating your outstanding obligations into a single loan. SMALL PAYMENTS NOW UNTIL CHRISTMAS Wednesday'til 5:00 P. M. Loam Up to $500 C. FI1VA1VTC13 CORPORATION 325 PEARL STREET Opposite Telephone Company logansport, Indiana TELEPHONE 510? Offlra Houts: Doily V-5; Wednesday & Solurdoy 1-H and Mrs. Mark Oliver; Mr. and Mrs. Byron Hill and family; Mr. and Mrs. Donald Henderson; Mrs. Arthur Thompson; Mrs. Byron Ginn; Mr. and Mrs. Robert Ginther and family; Patricia Thompson; Nancy Hall, Janet Bilyew,! Karen Metzger, Linda Hunter, Nan-| cy Fonts, Reba Bailey, Jerry and Larry Knauff, The group held a gift exchange. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Clark, route , Akron, are the parents of a daughter. Mr. and Mrs. Billy Tyler, 136 Jefferson street, are the parents of a son. Mrs. Solomon Keel is convalescing in her home from shoulder and rib i&'juries suffered Sunday in a fall. She was taken to Woodlawn hospital where X-rays were taken and returned. to her home, 612 Madison St. Bobby ' Metzger, son . of Mr. end Mrs. Don Mctzger, underwent a tonsilectomy at Woodlawn hospital Tuesday morning. Mr. .and Mrs. Jud Hudkins entertained their Euchre. Club in fneir home, near Fulton, Sunday evening. / Guests present were Mr: and Mrs. Earl Barkman, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Calvert and Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. Conde Holloway, all of Rochester. Mrs. Helen Manning and .lam ily concluded a holiday visit with Mr. and Mrs. Walter McDougle and other relatives Sunday and returned to their home in Indianapolis. Mr. and Mrs. Myron Berkheiser and daughter, Nancy Sue, at- tended the livestock show in Chi-! cago Saturday and Sunday. i Larry Gentry of Galveston and Miss Nadine Wilson of Chicago were Sunday evening guests in the Dale Shaw home. Mrs. Eslil Bemenderfer and Mrs. Claude Brubaker Jr., were Tuesday visitors in Logansport. Mr. and Mrs. Myron Berkheiser will be hosts to the "Win-A : Couple" class of the EUB Sunday school at a party Monday eve- Ing, Dec. 9, in their home on :oute 2. Assistant hostesses and ];>sts will be Mr. and Mrs. Earl Serkman and Mr. and Mrs. LeRoy Eshelman. Mr. and Mrs. Don Metz.ger attended a pot-luck dinner :;or the 'Supper Club" held in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Lester Shidaker, Kewanna, Sunday evening. After the usual games, a gift exchange was held. 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