Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on July 2, 1957 · Page 7
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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 7

Logansport, Indiana
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Tuesday, July 2, 1957
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Tuesday Evening, July 2, 1957.- LOGANSPORT PUBLIC LIBRART Logansport, Indiana, Pharos-Tribune S«VM White County Will Have Two New School Building's: By Opening Of Fall Semester New school addition to Buffalo school in White county, to cost $180,000. It will have five classrooms, making, together with the older] fcullding, a total of 11 classrooms for 120 pupils. Completion date is August 15. Two White county townships have started and will complete by fall two new school buildings. Monon township is building a ichool al Monon that will cost more than $1,000,000. Liberty township is building a new school addition at Buffalo that will cost $180,- Both schools plan to have the buildings ready for occupancy by school opening in September. Clyde Bridges, Liberty township trustee, said the Buffalo building is scheduled for completion by Aug. IS. Grant Long, Monon township trustee, said the Monon building is expected Lo be finished by the time school starts or within two weeks afterward. School opening will be delayed slightly if necessary, he added. The one million dollars for the Monon school will be obtained through a $100,000 bond issue to be retired in 15 years, through a $200,000 loan at 1 per cent interest from the state school commission, and through a $723,000 holding.corporation bond issued to be retired in 25 years'. The Monon school -will house about 750 pupils. There will be 14 Six American Satellites To Be Launched in 1958 WASHINGTON" (U P)—Scientists expect at least six American earth satellites to be launched into space-paths around the earth be- who also talked about Mrs. /ire DP/> •ii }>>v, Mussclman's exhibit, Mrs. Campbell, Mrs. Hoy Gregg, Mrs. Jesse Briggs, Miss Ruth Ayres, Justice! ( . Charles | But it was'disclosed today, they jllarter; Isabel Baun, Flora', Mrs. are banking on no more than four It. C. Moore, Delphi; Mrs. Floyd ed commander of the American •Legion of the Second District will be installed at the state conven- Uon of the Legion at fndianapolis on July 15. He'is retiring vice-commander of the district and.a former district adjutant. New million-dollar Monon school in White county to be completed by full. It will have 32 classrooms far about 750 pupils. A gymnasium will seat 3,000. The kitchen will cost more than $10,000. (Pharos-Tribune Photo-Engravings.) There will be 29 teachers employed. • .The one-story brick building will have natural lighting! 1 There will be a corridor, 18 feet wide, that will run the length o£ the building! There will be a physics labora- classrooms for the first six gradesitory, a-' chemistry labaratory, a and 18 classrooms for'grades 7-12.|music and band room, a gymnasi- Friday night when Delphi stores remained:open. It was' a part of a prorfourlh of July celebration planned for the night. The fireworks and band concert were, postponed until Saturday night in liiley bert of Delphi was elected a dele-l p,, r i. a ™ n f lh» rain wVnh of l!le Mln wn ' ch tore Dec. 31. "successful" flights. In any event, the first U.S. satellite is not expected to soar skyward before early 1958. The Soviet Union also is working on satellites, but its expected schedule for launching them is not known. American plans were reported to Gish, Mrs. John Segrist, Miss Hilda Bowen. Also Mrs. G. A. Shaffer, Mrs. Charles Raber had an exhibit of English china cups; Mrs. Mabel Gipson; Mrs. Fred Mcpherson exhibited ceramics; Mrs. Fay Wise, Mrs. .John S. Oaks, Mrs. Wesley the U.S. national committee for the j Ficken and Edna Sterritt. After gate to the convention at the re- tent election held .at Chalmers. Mrs. Fred C. Smith of route 4, Delphi, has relumed home from attending her class reunion at the School ol Nursing at Battle Creek, Mich. Enroute home she visited Mrs. Mary Studebaker Kline at Jackson, Mich. Dr. and Mrs. John Wagoner and children of Houston, Texas, have boon visiting friends and relatives •» KJ.O, 1IUUU11CM t,wlllllllbvbt, tv* 1..!^. I lt..>*>" VA..V. ... — ••*- -..-... —. • ternational Geophysical Year by! the talks, the history oi chma-mak-; 'ere. Dr Wagoner left Sunday for •. Richard W. Porter, chairman!ing was given and samples of;Houston but the family will re- Internationa Dr. . _ of the committee's earth satellite various types were shown. panel. Porter's paper was a highlight of a three-day symposium on the eve of IGY, which starts at 7 p.m. c.d.t. Sunday and will continue through December, 1958. Similar meetings are being held around the world in the f>2 nations which are participating in "the Members ol the Delphi Woman's club attended the annual meeting ot the Community Art and Garden Club at Flora Tuesday. Guests came from Kokomo, Logansport, Lafayette. Hrookslon, and Battle Ground. Special guests were Mrs. John Kowe, president of Carroll County Federation of main for a month. Mrs. John Walker and Mrs. Frank llildebrandl attended the alumni association mecljng at St. Elizabeth hospital last week and the banquets of their classes, Deputy Sheriff John Miller and State Trooper E. Kollar of Monti cello were called to .soulh of Palton Friday night where they found Mr. and Mr.s. Charles Dennis and greatest' concerted study of the Clubs, and Mrs. Anthony Hanra-, earth and its atmosphere ever un- ! han, president of the county HD, two children out in a field of mud dertaken." IGY, which has been five years in-preparation, was so characterized by Dr. Detlev W. Bronk, president of the National Academy of Sciences, parent body of the U.S. IGV committee. Natioa? have formed alliance. 1 ) In the past for war or defense, he said, but this time they are banded together for "an attack on Ignorance." The satellite is just one of many IGY programs for gathering infor- m;ition which Bronk. said "will open up new paths of understanding in the mind of man." I up to the running board of their cars. Dennis told officers that two cars wore racing on US 421 and he forced to pull out on the bcrm, where he lost control, went over a ditch, tore down eight rods ol fence and lander] in ihc mire. The family reportedly suffered from shock. State Trooper Gene Mills of Flora was called lo the flood area around Crawforclsville and Indiana- polls where Sugar Creek and Eagle was an uncle of the bride's moth-1 Creek were forcing many families | clubs. Friends and relatives have received and announcement of the marriage of Miss Harriet Lynn •Kowan of Palo Alto, Calif., and Kiehard Lee Myres, which took place on Saturday, June 22 at I'ulu Alto, Hride is the eJaughlor of Mr. and Mrs. Held Melvin Rowan, of Palo Alto. Mrs. Kowan Is the former Mary Hall, a native of Delphi, daughter of the late Lewis and Lida Smith Hall. The late attorney Gus Hail of Delphi fell most ot Friday. Wesley Hum- Rochester Mr. a'nd Mrs! Ralph Jurgens- myer and son, and Mr. and Mrs. Guy Bryant, spent Sunday in Crawfordsville, where they were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Clarkson. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Wagoner' and urn that will seat 3,000, and kitchen, facilities that will cost more than $10,000. Architect is Daniel J. Zimmerman and Associates of Indianapolis. Funds for the $180,000 Buffalo building are gathered through a bond issue of $90,000 to be retired in 16 years at 3.78 interest and a 590,000 cumulative building fund, in effect for several years at 50 cents per $100 worth of property. In the new addition will be five classrooms, three general, and one for home economics and one for science laboratory. The one-story brick building will be 160 x 130 feet. The gymnasium will seat 900. It will have a stage, and locker and shower rooms. The new addition and the old building will'be for junior and senior high schools — totalling about 120. Grade school students go to Sitka—enrollmenl 140. Rochester - Baptist churc left Monday for Mass. • where he Null, in St. Louis. The Mothers of World War 11 will join his wife and children for w ill meet in the Legion Home Wed- phrey directed the high school Mr. and Mrs. BUI wagoner ana -™ — ,and Saturdav nieht. A Danville, daughter, Beverly, spent Sunday lo S eulcr ; a two weeks visit with relatives! and friends. Mrs. Mitchell and children have been in the East /••r the past month, and at the conclusion of Rev. Mitchell's vacation they will return to Rochester jand Saturday night, A Danville, firm was in charge of .the gigantic .fireworks display. Mrs. George Muehlhau.sen of Lo- gansporl was the guest speaker at the annual luncheon meeting ol Ihe Delphi Woman's Club Friday at the Masonic Temple. She showed many of her fine pieces of ceramic art and demonstrated the making of models. Mrs. Muehl- lausen was accompanied to Delphi by Mr.s, Charles Eikenberiiy. CEMENT WORKERS STRIKE MITCHELL (UP)—About 200 employes of the Lehigh-Porlland Cement Co. plant here struck Monday after management and union representatives failed to reach a now contract agreement. An official of Local 110 of , the United Cement, Lime and Gypsum workers indicated the strike with Mr. 1 and Mrs. Robert Syrus! Mr. and Mrs. Earl Wynn had as and sons, Jeff and Bill, "at Indian-' their over Sunday guests, Mr. and ' ' *r T ll'r n. 1 .. J.-.l. !_11 _ .. r !>„..]!. apolls. Dale'Bryant went to Terre Haute Sunday, and accompanied his wife and. children home after a weeks visit with her father, Dr. Glen Mussclman a.nd Mrs. Musselman. Mr. and Mrs. Dee Berrier called on Mr. and Mrs. Roy Bergner at Bourbon, Sunday., Rochester, relatives report that Earl Nafe, who is a patient at Mayo Brothers in Minn., is slowly improving. He recently had major surgery, and will remain for some time to take special treatments. Mrs. Deo Berrier spent Thursday in Akron, the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Kuhn. Rev. and Mrs. Hurry Smith and daughter, Susie, are enjoying a weeks vacation with their sons, and families at Bedford, Rev Smith hinged on requested wage In- j is pastor of the Bethlehem Baptist creases and related benefits. The church. old contract expired Monday. I Rev. Richard Mitchell nt the Mrs. J. W. Birdwhistle of South Bend. Mrs. Ross Baldwin left Saturday morning for Cavina, Calif,,'Where she will visit for several weeks in the home of her daughter, Mr. and Mrs. James Blacketor and family. Mr. Baldwin has entered Ihe Miller Nursing Home during his wife's absence. Mrs. Alvin Fisher of Peru called on Mr. and Mrs. Earl Wynn, Sunday. Mrs. Charles Mullican entertained her daughter, Mrs. Koy Kestner, and granddaughter, Rosemary, of South Bend, Friday, Her daughter, Rev, Nettie Mullican concluded a several days sUiy with her mother Friday, and returned to her home in Cambridge Springs, Pa. Mrs. M.arie Summers has returned from a two weeks vacation which she spent with her'sister and family, Mr. and Mrs. Harold nesday evening at 8 o'clock. Chipmunks Cause Trouble for Biologists LANSING Mich.—The chipmunk, considered "cule" because of his small size and playful antics, actually is a skillful saboteur, says three Michigan Conservation Department game bio'logis'.s. The biologists recently engaged in ruffed grouse trapping, foujid themselves harried and harassed by an army of chipmunks. Bait placed at traps disappeared as quickly as Ihe chipmunks could carry it away. Attempts lot trap the pests met with little success as they were not interested in entlng but only in filling their cheeks and taking the food back for storage. Although the trapping project wns successful next yonr the biologists- say limy will lako chipmunks into consideration when planning a similar project. Cold Wave Kills Four BUENOS AIRES (UP) — Four persons were dead today as a ra- sult ot Argentina's cold wave. The mercury went below freezing in many sections of the country. At the Soulh Orkney Islands it dropped to 16 degrees Monday. Three of the victims were suffocated by charcoal hcalor fumes, ivliile the fourth died of exposure. CULVERT CRASH FATAL OSGOOD (UP)-lk'bert Gully, 27, North Vcrnon, died in Milan from injuries sus- his car rammed • Clinic today tnincd when culvert on Ind. 421 three miles south of here, urtaammni Yew don't n«ed to pay *25O to *3OO for INCONSPICUOUS ...QUALITY HEARING AIDS Insulation and light-fitting windows with double glass can cut healing costs in hnlf in farm buildings. FERNBAUGH'S Jewelry Star* 416 E. Bdwy. ( W«*Y MONW.IMK OHMUtn and Craven Smith, of route <l,M-o evacuate the area. Delphi Carroll County Qucslers club, a member of the General Federation of Clubs, held a guest meeting Wednesday evening at the REMC •uditorium. Mr.s, Marion Gipson of Flora, club president, welcomed the •guests and then turned the meeting over to Mrs. Hoy C. Moore cf Delphi, chairman of the pro er, j Delphi, is a couKin. Carroll Chapter DAft has received an invitation to attend a tea sponsored by the Colburn chapter from Mrs. George DcLontf of Lafayette. The tea will he held at 7:1)0 p.m. on July 10 at the BUB church in Colburn. Mrs. • DcLongis son, •ftoberl, who toured Europe last year with a group of DePauw seniors will show pictures taken on this trip. Among the out-of-town guests al. the Delphi Woman's Club Friday I-fautc, Paris, and Chrisman, Tipton and Xionville wore nlso In the flood area. The "Sabres," a Plymouth drum and bugle corps, put on a demonstration on the court house sf|t;arc trum and of the china exhibit. laflurnoon wuru Mrs, Thomas John Theme of the evening was "Chi- Hton, Mrs. Ruth Walker ol Lafu- Tia", and a number of tablos had decorations symbolic of thai therne. virgil Scowden played the piano. Mr». Robert VanNatta offered devotions. The following members described their exhibits: Mrs. Mason yette, Mrs. Clarence Shlgley, Mm. Alan Clausen of near Brookston,Mrs. Carl West of Burrows, and iMrs. Alan Neel of Norfolk, VM., who has been visiting her mother, Mrs. ,1. D. Klepingur. 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