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transport, rnfflana, Pharos-Tribune School Advisors Meeting Set For Tuesday Evening Sub-committees of the School Citizens Advisory Committee will make reports on their findings at a meeting of the group Thursday « I £ m ' in the Administration building. Reports are due from the sub- committees on evaluation of existing school facilities, finance and site locations. A report on enrollment potential was given at the last meeting two weeks ago. The reports will be used by the school board in making a final decision on whether to construct a new high school building or a new junior'high school here. The Advisory Committee will be automatically dissolced when their study is completed. Smart; New Walls yooir bathroom h this marvelous Honor 4~H Junior Leaders Dec. 16 Cass county 4-H junior leaders and achievement winners will be honored at a dinner Monday, Dec. 16 at 6:45 p.m. at the Ninth street Christian church. Pins will be awarded to 153 junior leaders for one to five years of service, and 70 awards for special achievement during the year will be presented. Key awards for outstanding 4-H members will go to Alan Miller, Lloyd Hardy, Robert Rudicel, Franjean Gordon, Marilyn House, Judy Lind, LeAnn Sharer and Jean ley Miller, Sandra Noakes, Connie Strasser, Connie Shaff, Nellie Ross. Third Year—Ruth Wagoner, Sonja Morris, Linda Rae Shawver, Carol Jean Gable, Catherine Barrett, Ellen Louise Wilson, Judy Shaff, Marian Benner, Marilyn House, Donald Thomson, Donak Barnard, Darlene Lesher, Marcia Cunningham, Bonnnie Burton, Sherrill Kraning, Malinda Mansfield, Franjean Gordon, LeAnn Shafer, Beverly Dodt, Loretta Bauer, Gene Swank,' John G. Martin, Sue Knapp, Juanita McCloskey, Karen Jones, Check these features before you make plans for your home. f Comes in 25 colors — in popular pastel shades and rich "live" colors, too! 2 Colors go all the way through the tile. 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Myers, Linda Moon, Kathy Ream, Mary Barrett, Bonita Helvie, Julia Cabiness, Rhoda Dodt, Ronnie Frantz, Doris Griest, Patricia Moss, Betty Lou Ulery, Janie Price, Roseann Williams, Linda Hinkle, Larry Rains, Courtney Justice, Curtis Daugherty, Anthony Herd, Allen Price, Donald Nead, Tom Helms, James Robinson, Mark Miller, Carolyn Conn, Martia Zollman, Freida Smith, Sharon Hicks, Patricia J. Crump, Dorothy Barr, Dana Tritt, Arvilla Erdmann, Sharon Segrav.es, Julia ' Kinzie, Beverly Tabler, Carole Strong, Janelle Hopper, Mike Jones, Nancy Davidson, Sharon Hicks, Arthur Newell, Fred Price, Wayne Hubenthal, Stephen Reed, Norman Frohreich, J. T. Hubenthal. Second Year — David Wheeler, Leland Daugherty, Roger'Howard, Mary L. .Bender, Barbara Berkshire, James Benson, Anna Belle Halt, Pennie Kinnaman, Linda Detter, Betty L. Purdue, Polly Ramer, Delight Rodgers, Barbara Ross, Pat Ramer, Judith Smith, Bill Helvie, Jim Thomson, Du'ane Meeker, Carl Newell, Marion Pullen, Bob Wagoner, Sue Reeser, Hardy, Richard Winn. The Key awards are spon- Paul]etta Em ' Judy Micnae i', sored by City Service 'Ellen Ramer, Judy Lind, Lois Kay Judy Lmd and Alan Miller will Haselbv u ^, a ^iMv wir-hard receive special junior leacer awards and medals will be presented to Bonnie Berlet for her champion steer, to John Wilson for his champion- hog and to Larry Long for his champion sheep. Junior Leaders — First Year- Marilyn Grusenmeyer, Janet Klepfer, Cynthia A. Burton, Elsie Miller, Janice Rinehart, Mariana Hopper, Anna L. Davidson, Lois Ann Wilson, Marjorie Lind, Joyce Guy, Karen Clematis', Nieta Rose, Janet Connie Martin, Carol Settlemyre, i jean Gordon. Haselby, Lloyd Wagoner. Fourth Year — Robert Rudicel, Jean Winn, Nedra Larrison, Crystal Smith, Joyce Swank, Susan Lindley, Betty Lou Elliott; Fifth Year—Phyllis Jean Lind, Mary Ellen Conn, Scnja Parker, Joella Buettner, Judith Lee Wilson. Achievement Winners 4-H Achievement—David Wheet er, LeAnn Shafer, Alan Miller, Marilyn House, Cynthia Burton. Boys 4-H Ag. Program—Lloyd Hardy, Duane Meeker, Harold Redmann. Baking—Joella Buettner. Clothing—LeAnn Shafer, Judith Smith, Marilyn House, Carol Cunningham. Citizenship—David Wheider. Dairy—Don Guy, J. T. Hubenthal, Patsy Winters. Food Preservation—Connie Lea- veil, Paulletta Emery, Joyce Swank. Electric Medals—Lelandi Daugherty, Kay Herd, Richard 'Wheeler, Judy Lind. Electric Awards—Richard Wheeler, Kay Herd, Duane Meeker, Judy Lind. Food Preparation—Dorothy Barr, Marsha Minglin/Mary Jane Wade. Garden — Leland Daugherty, George Sailors. Health—Marjorie Lind, Barbara Ross. Meat Animal—Raymond Hunt, Max Jackson. Tractor Maintenance—Paul Hardy, Anthony Herd,. Larry Bains, Burton W. Reed. Entomology—Curts Daugherty. Food Preparation — Measuring cups—Susan Lindley. Forestry—Curtis Daugherty. Home EC, Record—LeAnn Shafer, Ellen Wilson, Jean Winn, Fran- Bass and family. Rev. and Mrs. L. D. Stafford left Tuesday to spend a few days with their daughter and husband, Mr, and MM. Jack Dearlove at Detroit. The Carroll County Home Demonstration . chorus will meet on Saturday, Dec. 7, with Mrs. Orton Zook at the county farm for a cooperative mid-day luncheon and Christmas party. Members will contribute to a Purdue student loan fund rath-er than have an exchange of gifts. In the afternoon the group will •sing carols for shut-ins in various nursing homes in the county af- Jane Kay Price, Bonnie Berlet, Karen Felker, Carole Cunningham, Ruby Sanders, George Sailors, Leadership—Alan Miller. Poultry—James Benson, Jean Larry Downham, Ronald Winings, Karen Hatfield, Mary J. Wade, Mary Burns, Janet Shaffer, Shir- Bill Stamper, Wilson. Harry Benson, Public Speaking—David WbeeJer, Fields Crops—Jay Shafer, John Dixon, Doug Myers, Ronnie Pownell. MOHLMAN'S SPECIAL CHRISTMAS OFFER 5»£2 Keyttone Capri DIAL-SET 8mm Rollfilm Camera, fast /2.3 lens. Indoors or outdoors, set automatic dial to match lighting conditions and shoot perfect home movies. REGULARLY $175 60 PLUS THIS! 49 now only $2.50 per wo»k! Just $15 down Key»tone K-75 8mm 500-wutt Movie Projector Selectro-matic Knob controls forward, rewind, off, on. 300-ft. reel. MOHLMAN& BUY NOW ON EASY CREDIT TERMS Leather &mera cist Mo "''e scene word took 309 FOURTH STREET Oft A QU9KTIK CffffUtT Frozen Foods—Judith Homburg, LeAnn Shafer, Jean Winn. ter singing at the county home. Forty guests were present at the Methodist church for a bridal shower honoring Mrs. Max Myers, the former Celeste Sanders. A color scheme of pink and white was House, Carolyn Conn, Judy Lind, Crystal Smith. Safety—David Wheeler, Elaine Sailors. ' Soil'& Water Cons.—Fred Price, John Martin, Wayne Smith. I Dare You (Book) Marilyn House. Flora J. E. Montgomery has been admitted to St. Joseph's Hospital in Logansport. A daughter, weighing over six pounds, named Nancy Adel was born Nov. 2D at the Home Hospital, Lafayette, to Mr. and Mrs. John 'Hodshire. Mr. Hodshire is music instructor 'in the local school. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Horrall of Mrs. Vernon Williams, Miss Hcl- ,en McGinnis, Miss Juanita Hall, and Miss Ann Helvie won prizes. On the refreshment committee were Pat McGinnis, Sandra Cassell, Sonia Landis, Ginny Koup, Connie Briggs, Carol Ryan, and Sharon Cook of Flora, and Rita Myers of Delphi.. Officers were elected during a business meeting of the Fiora Ministerial Association Monday night when the members, wives, and families and two guests met at the Church of the Brethren. Mrs. Charles Dumond and Mrs. C. A. Stewart were hostesses for a planned carry-in ham supper for 22 persons. The ministers met for a business session and elected Rev. Charles Dumond, president; Rev. Elbert Smith, vice president; Flora, and Edward Viney, Jr., scoutmaster of Fiora Troop 44, were presented statuettes for their scouting contributions. Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Root of Frankfort, have announced the engagement of their daughter, Miss Lucella Root to Larry Jarboe, son of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Jarboe, also of Frankfort. Miss Root is a former Flora resident. No date has been set for the wedding. George N. Wason, trustee of this township, acted as temporary chairman and opened a meeting of trustees of Burlington, Carrollton. Democrat, Monroe and Washington townships, and their respective advisory boards when they met in the home economics room of the Flora school building. Don R. Mitchell was elected permanent Children Worship, Personal Christian Living. The Christian Home, and Teaching Youth. Mr. and Mrs. Delbert Exmcyer of Galvesfon have announced the engagement of their daughter. Janis Helen, to Frederick Dean Blue, son of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Blue, northeast of Flora. Miss Exmeyer, a 1956 graduate of Galveston high school is employed in the IBM department of Haynos Stellite Co., Kokomo. Her fiancee was graduated from Carrollton high .school in 1953 and is employed by Dcmaree Plastics, Inc. of Kokomo. Wedding dale has not been set. CATASTROPHE WEST HARTFORD, Conn.-Rob- Decker are visiting her sister and! and Rcv - L - D - Stafford, secretary, husband, Rev. and Mrs. F. Kaye! treasurer. _ A devotional service in charge of Mrs. F. Kaye Bass, who used a Christmas Family Worship service, including scripture, carols, story and the lighting of candies to be placed before a nativity scene. The 1958 Heart Foundation fund drive will get under way in Carroll County the' last 'of February. Fund chairman is Mrs-. Lewis N. Mullin. Tire Flora American Legion Auxiliary has been included in the drive. Mrs. Neal Flora will be in cliarge. At the annual "Recognition Dinner" of the Three Rivers, Boy Scout Council. Mrs. DeVere Hoffman, den mother of Cub Pack 344, chairman and Carl Overholser, | trustee of Carrollton township,' was elected secretary. The trustees and advisory boards, by unanimous votes, adopt- ert Carey has a better reason than most for haling cats. His new station wagon was smashed when it turned over after Carey swerved ed a resolution to consolidate thejto miss a cat that darted into the five school townships into a new vehicle's path. consolidated school corporation to be called "Carroll Consolidated School Corporation". The farm southwest of Walton owned by Mrs. Myrtle Manson of Flora and tenanted by her son Joe, was damaged about $15.000 by fire. Grain and feed and small tools were aLso lost. Dates for the annual Carroll County School of Christian livin has been set for Monday Thursday nights on three consecutive weeks, Jan. 13, through Jan. 30. There will be two class periods with an inspirational assembly period in between. Courses to be offered thi.s year include How to Read and Study the Bible, When tow don't iM*d to pay $250 to $300 for Jewelry Store 416 E. Bdwy. REPRINT OF EDITORIAL In the November 16,1957 edition of THE BEDFORD DAILY TIMES-MAIL, Ray Snapp, Editor TWO FARM BUREAU LEADERS TAKE OPPOSITE VIEWS • Hassil E. Schencfc, retiring president of the Indiana Farm Bureau, in an address before the state organization's convention in Indianapolis this week, took exactly the opposite view of the national president in stating his stand on a proposed cooperative power plant near Petersburg. Schenck left no doubt but that he feels the federal government should put up the money for a number of rural electric membership corporations to build the big power plant which would supply the membership corporations. The Farm Bureau leader seemed to adopt the attitude that capitalism is a nasty sort of thing which produces those awful profits. For readers who might have missed the statement in Wednesday's Times-Mail, Schenck said: "Shall we have a project owned by home folks, at the lowest possible cost, or shall we be served by outside interests whose basic reason for existence is making money for their stockholders rather than saving money for their patrons ?" That is a frightening statement to come from a man who has held so important a position. Mr. Schenck seems to think that making a profit is sometliing unwholesome and unclean rather than the very basis of our nation, our economy, our government, our way of life. So he would take tax money which comes from profits to build the huge electric plant which would take business away from a tax-paying private corporation. He fails to mention that all other taxpayers, then would have to assume the taxes lost because of the loss of business by private enterprise. It just doesn't add up unless you are of the opinion that people should get something for nothing at the expense of others. What a terrible organization the Public Service Company of Indiana must be for wanting to make a profit for the people who have invested their money in it. Of course we won't discuss the little matter that if there hadn't been those stockholders in the first place, there wouldn't be a big power utility company and we would still be using kerosene lamps. Fact is, there wouldn't even be in ex- istence the present REMCs had there been no source of power in the first place. This is not to say that the rural power cooperatives have not done a wonderful job. They have given farm folks electricity far sooner than they otherwise would have had it. We do not think, however, that a city resident should pay a tax on his bill without the same tax • being applied to another electricity consumer located a few miles away. Obviously, Schenck does not share the opinion of Charles B. Shuman, president of the American Farm Bureau Federation, who speaking on the subject of REA financing said: "If we want true farmer ownership and control of the electrical utilities, we should take a good look at our source of capital funds. As long as we depend upon direct government loans, we are subject to the whims of Congress. "It is time for rural electric cooperative •leaders to make a decision. Do they believe in private enterprise—or do they prefer government ownership and control. It is my considered opinion that the greatest threat to the future of our rural electric cooperatives is the threat of a socialist, federally- owned power system." It seems that the Rural Electrification Administration has fulfilled its purpose and should be disbanded. Rural electrification in this country is now about 95 per cent complete. But, like any other bureaucratic agency, the REA doesn't want to pull in its horns just because its job is practically finished. It is seeking new worlds to conquer and big new appropriations to finance the conquering. There is evidence that the REA, if permitted, will become a potent force in the everlasting campaign to socialize the power industry of the nation. Mr. Schenck was talking like a socialist when he addressed the Indiana, meeting. But he'll likely have to wait a while before he sees his ideals realized. The American people, on the whole, still seem to think the capitalistic free enterprise system is the best system—and they have lots and lots of evidence to prove it. YOUR ELECTRIC POWER INCREASED OVER 5 TIMES ... 1946 -I960 1 PUBLIC SERVICE COMPANY OF INDIANA, INC. Strwice 4* 2Vne 7%«# 700 &>m*utMttt€A 4* 70

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