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fwo Logansport, Indiana, Pharos-Tribune Mon Exposed to Radar Beam Cooked to Death in Minute LOS ANGELES (UP) — An electronics technician has literally been cooked to death by a one-minute exposure to a radar beam, it was disclosed today in a medical journal. At least two other persons are day. under treatment here for similar injuries and another case was reported at Sandia Air Force, Base, N.M., an article in "California Medicine" said. The dead man was exposed at 10 feet f.-om the source of the a few days. Autopsy showed that his internal organs were cooked by the micro-wave rays in the same manner that electronic rotisseries and roasters cook food in thousands of American homes to- Dr. John T.. McLaughlin, Glendale, Calif., surgeon and consultant in industrial medicine, who reported the death for the journal, said he is treating two other cases here. Both men have scars of the spleen traceable to exposure to radar radar .beam, the journal said. | waves, he said. •After one minute he felt a "sensa-j The danger exists, for military - lion of heat" in his abdomen and {personnel dealing directly with 'moved out of the ray. He died in •• radar equipment, workers in I radar- on ships and planes who work "up close" to radar, he said. A source familiar with medical literature on the subject said the rays are the same as those beamed into every television set, although there is no record of injury from TV .microwaves. He said it was not "known whether exposure at a distance to either radar or TV _ micro-wave beams is dangerous. j Countless persons, including air- i plane and ship passengers, are exposed daily to radar rays. Whether- there is danger from low-poweted -adar equipment, such as that,used by police traffic patrols, alsj is not k-nown, he said. Twelve Mile Corinth Women's Missionary So• ciety will meet Wednesday even. ing, June a with Mrs. Emma Lee • Sta'.ler. Mrs. Elda Tracy and Mrs. .Martha Wray will assist the host• ess. Miss Jennie Reed will be leader. The theme will be "Model of Obedience, Noah." Election of of- .ficers will be held and national •dues collected. ; E. L 7 . B. Ladies Aid will meet •with Mrs. Madys Adkins, Thurs' day June 6. Miss Rachel Bell will • be devotional leader. Skinner Ladies Aid will meet . Thursday evening, June 6, with Mrs. Marjorie Tomson. Students who made the honor roll for second semester by having at least two A's and no grade iower than B were Larry Leffel, senior; Deanna Fornero, sophomore; Don Griest and Carol Kitchel, grade eight; Paul Sullivan, • grade seven; Barbara Coffing and Marvin Griest, grade five; Alan Walton, Nicki Wanner, grade three; Robert Johnson, Dennis Grable, Pamela Moon, Larry Griest, grade two; Richard John- ion, grade one. Certificates for perfect attendance during the year were presented to Richard Nead, senior; Donald Nead, junior; Larry Grable, Tom Helms, Sam Winegardner, sophomores; Carolyn Weakman, Mary Ann Heiden, Don Flitcraft, grade eight; Mary Jean Finder, grade- seven; June Weakman, Richard Ulery, Max Moss, Marvin Griest, grade five; Richard Bookwnlter, grade four; Billy Weakrnan, grade three and Virginia Coffing, grade 2. A basket supper and Alumni re- imion was hold Saturday evening at the school building. A special program "This Is Your Life" was 'a surprise feature in honor of Miss Rachel Bell who has completed thirty-five years of teaching in Adams Township schools. Mrs. Lois Murden acted as mistress of ceremonies. The honored guest was escorted to a teachers' desk by Mrs. Mary Hemmersbaugh, Dick Brown, Ruth Robbins and Ralph Swank who were members of her graduating class from Twelve Mile. They were followed by members of her family who wore seated on one side. On the other were principals and teachers who had worked with Miss Bell through the years. They included Harland W. White, Lafayette: Mr. and Mrs. Glon Miller, Joliet, llli- . npis; Karl Fasoldt, Myron Knauff, Mrs. Edwin Swnnson, Lafayette; Kaymond Swank, Greencastlc; . Leonard Hawley, Clayton; Miss Florence Backus. LoKansport; 'Joe Bell, New Waverly; Mrs. Kenneth Brandt, 'North Manchester; Run- sell Brow-n, Mrs. Hazel Colterman, Royal Center; Mrs. Wilma Rusk, Burlington and Mr. M. M. Hague. All former students of Miss Bell also stood up. She was presented with a lovely orchid corsage and a book of "This Is Your Life." New members of (he Alumni •were introduced by Mr. Julinn Polk, principal. Larry Grable gave , a vocal solo. Roll call of classes was given. The first class being .represented was 1915. New officers elected were Wallace Townsend, president; Connie Townscnd, •vice president; Phyllis Wray, treasurer and Emmu Lee Stallor, sec' rotary. Three hundred Alumni • members were registered and it was estimated that over four •hundred people were present. . Others who attended from a distance besides families of thoso . lisled above were Mr. and Mrs. Dnwey Earl, Sidney, Ohio; Mr. and Mrs. William Gross, Monllcel- lo; Mr. and Mrs. Donald Ralliff, Li/ton; 'Mr. and Mrs. Clifton Rhodes, Jimcsborn; Miss Frankie Kinnnman,' Logansporl, Mr. and Mrs. Ross Hoover, Valparaiso and many others. Rev. and Mrs. August Lund- flui.'it have been returned to the ttclhk-hcm and Mexico Methodist Churches for tho next year. Mr. and Mrs. Jack flocky are parents of a daughter born Sunday, May 2fi at Dukes Memorial Hospital, Peru. Mrs. George Condon was taken by ambulance to Dukes Hospital, Monday evening. Mrs. Willnrd Babb, R. 4, Peru, former local resident, is a pa- tk>nl at St. Joseph Hospital, Lo- g:msport since Tuesday. Mrs. Mary Hcmmersbauffh, St. Paul Minnesota is spending a week with Mr. and Mrs. Clifton Skinner and Jim. Mr. and Mrs. William Brown and family arc moving to the Maudlin farm, south and west of Metea. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Pan-one and daughters, Conoga Park, California visited Wednesday with Mr. and Mrs. William Brown and family nnd Mr. and Mrs. Forest Ulerlck. Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Reed and Randy, Wabnsh spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. J. N. Babb and family. Sandy Babb returned homo with them for a week's visit. Mrs. Lloyd Ulerick entertained at a birthday party in honor of Eugene's eigtht birthday. -Those attending were Stanley Musselman, Larry See, Tony and Dale Galloway. Mr. and Mrs. William Brown and Billy; Mrs. Flora Skinner and Jim; Mrs. Mary Hemmersbaugh attended, high school commencement exerecises for Ch'arles Peters, their nephew and son of Mrs. Catherine Hibner, Bremen, Friday evening, May 24. Instead of a speaker, the class presented their own program which included a piano solo by Charles Peters. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Burkhart and family have moved to the Metea Community. Mr. and Mrs. Clifton Skinner, and Jim, Mrs. Mary Hemmers- baugh were Tuesday evening guests of Mr. and Mrs. William Brown and family. The Adams Township .Wide Awake 4-H Club met Thursday al the Twelve Mile School with Judy Elkins, president. Pledge to the American flag was led by Margaret Young and to the 4-II flag by Jo Ann Scotten. Doris Griest read the secretary's report and roll call was answered with names . of snakes. Demonstrations 'given wore "Posture" by Linn Wilson and Annette Walton and "How to Shine and Care for Shoes" by Jo Ann Scotten and Dianna Babb. Health and safety report was read by Magraret Young. Beverly Carlson led group singing and Nancy Louthain and Judy Elkins were recreational leaders. Refreshments were served by Betty Ulery and Dianna Babb. Rochester The Zimmerman Brothers ambulance took Mrs. Mary Shclton from her apartments to the Woodlawn hospital, Wednesday. Mrs. Glen Myers was taken from the Woodlawn Hospital to her home on Monroe Street, Thursday, in the Zimmerman Brothers ambulance. Sunday evening in the St. Joseph church, approximately GO children of the parish took part in the May Procession and the crowning of the Blessed Virgin. The procession led to tho feet of the statue • of The Biassed Virgin, where, Nikkl Mus- sclman, who won the honor ot crowning the Blessed Virgin by having the highest scholastic record of the Catholic children in the city, took the crown of flowers from the satin pillow on which it was carried by Mary Lou Walker, and placed it upon the Virgin's head. Maids of honor were Loe Ann Rowu and Ellen Goodrich. All the children carried bouquet.s of flowers which they placed at the Virgin's feet. Mrs. Clara Collins of the Prairie Grove Vicinity was hostess to the Fulton County Home Demonstration Chorus, when they convened in her home for a get-to-Kethcr and a community dinner. The occasion was commemorating the twenty years the choru.s lias been singing together. Tho buffet table was centered with a lovely decorated cake, holding 21 loiters. Following the dinner, the afternoon was spent rehearsing songs they had usud and also the songs thoy will sing at tho Music Festival in .Juno. Mrs. Ethel Walters, president, held a short business meeting, when plans were made for the trip to Purdue in June. Mrs. Miriam \Ky.cr, a former member, joined the group and will sing witti it at the music festival. The final rehearsal will be held Monday, June 10, preceding the Purdue trip.. Mr. and Mrs. Hnn-y McVay were in Kowannn nnd Wlnamnc, Thursday. Miss Mnrry Gould wns a guest of Kuwiimm friends, .Werlnc.sday and Thursday. Tho Meisci" Brothers Construction Company expect to begin work Monday, when they will start to drcdgu the Eel River, above the Tenth Street Dnm at Logansport. They plan to move about 13,000 cubic yards of settlings and put them in the nearby race, filling the race completely. A suction dredge powered by a dlesel engine will be used in the work. , Glen Wilson, treasurer of Tho Fulton County Council for Handicapped Children was happy to receive, from Mrs. Mary Rlggs, president of the Tri Kappa Sorority, n check In the amount of $500, as their contribution to the growing school fund for handicapped children. To dale Mr. Wilson has received about $3,000 toward this project. It Is hoped n clnss will be set up at tho Lincoln School building for tho children, next fall. Mr. ami Mrs. Elias Miller nnd son, were business visitors in K0- wnnnn Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. David Bradway of near Athens, huvo recently purchased the Oliver Snider farm, northwest of Akron. The Snlclcrs will move to Rochester. Admissions to Woodlawn hospital arc; MA. Mary Sholton, 129 West Ninth street; Michael Flohr, Akron; Karen and Jerry Creakbaum, Akron; Mrs. Merl Collins, 408 Pontiac. • . Dismissals: Mrs. Henry Langenbaum and daughter, Monterey; Mrs. Glen Meyers, 1201 Monroe Street; Mrs. Wayne Crow and daughter, Argos; Mrs. Roy Norman and son, 207 Monticello Road; Patsy Henricks, 202 Fulton Avenue; Christopher Witham; Mentone. Mr. "and Mrs. Rotert Wright, Kewanna, are the parents- of a daughter. Mr. and Mrs. Louis Broker, 413 East 14th street, are the parents of a son. Mr. and Mrs. Larry Zellers, 532 East Ninth street, are the parents of a soil Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Powell had as their Thursday guests, Mr. and Mrs. Al Nixon, Plymouth and Mr. and Mrs. Fred Jordan, Auburn. Mrs. Delilah Hunter. of the Grecnsburg I.O.O.F. Home is in Rochester for a brief visit with relatives and friends. Wednesday morning In Fulton, Circuit court Guy 'Nelson Anderson was found guilty of driving a motor vehicle while under the influence of an intoxicant. He was given a fine of $25 and costs, and his driver's license was revoked for one year. Beverly Ann Paxton filed suit for divorce from Earl Lynn Paxton, charging cruel and inhuman treatment. She also askes the custody of the couple's two minor children, A restraining order was granted the plaintiff against the defendant. „ Mrs, Raymond Norman and baby son were taken .from the Woodlawn Hospital, in the Zimmerman Brothers ambulance, Friday, to their home, on the Monticello Road. Mr. and Mrs. Guy Bryant had as. their Friday dinner guests, Mrs. Bill Wagoner and daughter, Beverly. ' Mrs. Granville Hungate of Mishawaka, 1 and Mr. and Mrs. Max Wood of Osccola, spent Thursday evening with the ladles' brother, and wife, Mr. and Mrs. Guy Bryant, of R.R. 2. Mr. and Mrs. Curl Overmycr. called on Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Overmycr, and Mr.-and Mrs. Ira Overmycr, of Kewanna, Thursday afternoon. barger of Delphi and the father is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Roscoe Mummert of Monticello. The WSCS of the loeal Methodist Church will be served brunch Tuesday morning, June 4, at 10 o'clock in the church social hall. Mrs. Jess Boyd, chairman of the committee, announces the topic will be "June Is For Brides." Displays of wedding dresses -will be viewed and some dresses will be worn. If anyone notices a lady wearing a wedding gown Tuesday morning, she will be • attending the brunch. Mrs.. Lucy Van Deman is a patient in White County Memorial Hospital, having been taken there Tuesday after a fall at her home when she struck the back of her head in a fall backwards. She sustained a slight concussion, and the back of her head was badly cut, and she lost considerable blopd. She was given a blood transfusion. She was reported to be resting satisfactorily this morning. Mrs. Van Deman's daughter, Miss Wilma Van Deman, and Miss Harriet Buckingham arrived from Washington, D. C., Wednesday, and a son, Harry Van Deman of Bloomington, was' here Friday. Her granddaughter, Mrs. Colleen Rowlett arrived by train from Kansas City, Mo., Friday and another; granddaughter and family, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Britton and children will arrive by motor from .Cedar Rapids, Iowa, Friday night. Mrs. Van Deman will observe her 94th birthday anniversary Wednesday, Juno 5th. Infant David Joseph Billue, son of Robert and Marjorie (Long) Billue, route 5, Monticello, passed away this morning at White County Memorial Hospital where he was born Thursday night. Other survivors are a sister, Debra Ann, tho grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Merle Billue, route 5, Monticello and Mr. and Mrs, Floyd Long, West Lafayette. Graveside services will be held Saturday morning at Rest Haven I cemetery, Lafayette, at 10:30 o'-! clock. Rev. D. Lester Niles of the I Monticello Christian Church will officiate. The Miller Funeral Home is in charge of arrangements. White Co. Hospital reports: Dismissed: Mrs. Ed Kesier a'nd daughter, Route 1, Fowler; Mrs. Dixie Cross, 002 South Bluff; Mrs. Bonnietta Barnes, Route 1, Burnettsville; Mrs. Dorothy Ross, 50fi West Marion; Grant DeVault, Monon. Births: To Mr. nnd Mrs. Rex D. Stinson, Monon, a son; To Mr. and Mrs. Harold Rciff, Burnettsville, a son. Inspection of three chapters of the Order of the Eastern Star will be held in 'Monticello Saturday, June 8th, Crystal Chapter No. 1G5, Monon No. 332 and Grand Prairie of Brookston No. 170, Mrs. Imo- geno Hutlon, Worthy Matron of Crystal Chapter, announces. Inspecting officer will be Mrs. Walton Mrs. Everett Routt suffered a severe cut on her leg Tuesday in a garden tractor accident at her home. . • Mrs. William Fitzer visited Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Fitzer and daughter of Indianapolis Tuesday and Wednesday. ' Mr. and Mrs. Joe Pyle were the weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. John Jared and other relatives in Champaign, 111. Mrs. C.. W. Shuman of Logansport and Bob. Shuman of Fort Wayne visited Mrs. Addie Noel Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Bob Plank had as their weekend guests Mr. and Mrs. Paul Plank and Mr, and Mrs. Earl Plank of Ohio. Mrs. Goldie Pullen and Mrs. Truman Robertson were recent guests of Mrs. Rockett Richards of Peru. Mrs. Jerald Winemiller and children were guests a few days this week o£ Mr. and Mrs.-Wayne Sneli. . Mr. and Mrs. William Blech of South Bend spent Sunday with Mrs. John Richason. Mr. and Mrs. H. S, Pullen were recent guests of Mr. and Mrs. Reed Gushwa of Delphi and attended Commencement exercises of Mrs. Gushwa's son, Joe Scott. • Mr. and Mrs. Owen Dutchess, Mrs. Loyd Bishop and Mrs. James Duckworth spent Sunday in Kewanna and Logansport. Seaman and Mrs. Danny Layman of Jacksonville, Fla., are .visiting Mr. and Mrs. Early Layman of Logansport and Mr. and Mrs. Walter Ward. Seaman Jimmy Burkelt is on leave at the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Everett Burkett. Mr and ^ Mrs. William Hipskind and family of Marion were their guests Memorial Day. Vacation Bible school will be held al the Shiloh Lutheran church June 3-7 from 9 to 11: IS daily. All children three years of age through junior high, school will attend. Methodist church is co-sponsor. Mr. and Mrs. James Hall' returned 'home Wednesday from visiting Mr. and Mrs. George Wned- linff of Knoxville, Te.m . Members of the American Legion Auxiliary were asked to march in Hie Memorial Day par- Donna Tuttle of Gaston, Worthy Grand Matron. Opening the day's event will be a reception at the Monon Masonic Temple honoring Mrs. Helen Hous- cr, Associate Grand Conductress, which will take place at 3:30 o'clock that afternoon. A banquet will be served at B o'clock at the Monticello Masonic hall, with dinner reservations to be made wij,h Mrs. Birdie Haskell, secretary, by June 1st. A baby dedication will be held at 7:15 with inspection to get underway at 7:30 o'clock. ade, Sunday, June 2, at 2 p.m.. They were asked to wear dark skirts and blouses. Robert Turner and Wilbur Kaufman attended Shrine initiation ceremonies in Indianapolis Wednesday. Wayr.e Walker o£ here -was one of the candidates. Vacation Bible school will be held June 3-7; from 9 to 11-15 a.m. daily at the Watton Christian church. A program of accomplishments and activities will be held Friday evening at 8 o'clock. Children aged four through teen-age are invited to attend. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Jackson of Piper City, 111. were guests Monday and Tuesday of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Cook. and family. War Mothers will meet Monday evening, June 3 at 7:30 in the library. Mrs. Elmer Plank has been dismissed from St. Joseph hospital at Kokomo after surgery. Charles Kich'ason has been admitted there as a medical patient. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Bean and Mr. and Mrs. Paul Sperry were duiner guests Wednesday evening of Mr. and Mrs. Harold O'Blenis. Home Demonstration -club will meet Tuesday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Goldie Bean. Mr. and Mrs. Dave Tritt and family were guests this week of Mr. and Mrs. Ed Ream and family at their cottage on the Tippecanoe near Buffalo river. The Lutheran Women of the Church will have an all day meeting June 5 at the home of Mrs. Clark Snell.' June meeting of the WSCS of the Methodist church will be at the home of Mrs. William Berryman. Co-hostesses areaae Co-hostesses . will be Mrs. Ray Butz, Mrs. Lester Garber and Mrs. Marshall Collins. Saturday Evening, June 1, 1957. Royal Center Mr. and Mrs. Reuben Howell, of Marion, were guests Sunday of his father, Newton Howell. Mr. and Mrs. Evert Kitsler, of Rochester, called on Mr. Kistler's sister and husband, Mr. and Mrs. Mudo Feltis. Mrs. Mayme Coleman was a dinner guest Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. Ed Shafer. Mrs. Hazel Randt has returned home from a two week's visit in Indianapolis with her sister and family. Mrs. Minnie Spencer is still confined to her home with a virus infection. James Kitchell has been confln-, ed to his home the past week with the mumps. He has been quite ill. Berlin Pugh was scheduled . to undergo major surgery Wednesday morning in an Indianapolis hospital. . Mrs. Pearl Mappin has her ankle in a walking cast. She can get around without the wheel chair. Mrs. Finnell fell at her home last Culver ., Daughter's Ruth class of the IMethodist church held its meeting Wednesday with a potluck dinner in Fellowship Hall; 26 members and guests were present. The Joy class of the Evangelical- church were entertained at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Merle Crabb Monday evening. Assisting hosts were Mr. and Mrs. Glen Snyder and Mr. and Mrs. A, R. McKesson. Memorial Day services was held on the library lawn Thursday afternoon. Youth Fellowship of the Reformed Church was held at the home of Dr. and Mrs. Oscar Wesson Sunday evening; 17 members and guests attended. Rev. Kendall Sands, of the Culver Methodist church, will attend the,, church conference at Trinity Methodist church in Lafayette, June 6-9. Floyd M. Annis has completed a career of 52 years in the educational fields. '• Mr. and Mrs.' Kenneth Kemple are parents of a daughter born April 21 in the Woodlawn hospital al Rochester. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Hopkins are parents of a son born May 2G in the Osteopathic hospital, South Bend. Mrs. Howard Howe and son Michael, of Indianapolis, and Mrs. Charles Wentzell and daughter Patty, of near Monterey, were visitors Sunday afternoon of Mrs. Roy Listenberger. Mr. and Mrs. Dale Helser announce the adoption of a seven weeks old baby son, named Jeffrey Dale. H. J. Zacharias and son Kent, of Indianapolis, spent a few days with Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Smith. Mr. and Mrs. George Byrd and daughter Linda, of South Bend, spent Thursday with E. 0. Byrd. Mr. and Mrs. Everett White of Knox were guests recently of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Osborn. Sr. Clarence Bank, ot Terre Haute, spent a few days with his father, Frank Banks. Rev. Kraft, of Hibbard, is spending two weeks in California. Mrs. Chester L. Zechiel. of Tiffin, Ohio, has been a guest of Mr. and Mrs. W. 0. Osborn. Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Hissong are the parents of a daughter, Valerie Jean, born at the Woodlawn ' hospital, Rochester. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Listenberger were visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Clarion Hissong and son, at Plymouth Thursday evening. Mrs. C. C. Waite and son left on a trip to California. Mrs. Lester Brown left to visit her daughter in Germany Saturday. week and fractured her right arm. Li'ster Parker, principal of schools, announced that James Benson, a member of this year's graduating class, lias been award- Star City Mrs. Effie Ruff entered the St. Joseph hospital in Logansport for treatment. Mrs. Agr.es Thiesy has gone to her home at Pulaski while Mrs. Ruff is in the hospital. Russell Batty is having two weeks vacation from his work at Winamac Steel Products. Mrs. William Fagan left Tuesday by plane to spend several days in Long Beach, Calif., with Mr. and Mrs. William Stephens. She was accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. Garland Masterson and daughter of Kewanna.' Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Abbott spent the weekend in Michigan. Miss Lindsay Hagen of Peru is visiting this week here with her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Merl Whipple. Miss Mildred McCIure of Scrftlh Bend spent the weekend here with Mr. and Mrs. Hovey Fahler and daughters and other relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Surber of Peru visited Tuesday evening wilh Mr. and Mrs. Dwight Surber. Hospital Notes MEMORIAL Admitted: Pearl Slate, Bringhurst; Miss Grelchon Tanguay, 712 Glenway drive; Mrs. Willena Isaacs, 1405 Chicago street; Mrs. Belly Glover, route 1; Master Sain- ed a state 4-H club scholarship. He " el nilcv - Pe ™will enter Purdue this fall. Dismissed: Mrs. Lou Ann Bcat- M'r. am! 4 Mrs. Harold Sterling, of Kankakee, 111., recently visited with Mr, and Mrs. Reaford Ellison and son. Mrs. Gerald Dempsey is a patient in Memorial hospital. She underwent major surgery this week. Mrs. Nancio and Allice Daily spent the past week at Portland, Maine. Mrs. Dale Haselby spent part of last week at Kokomo with her mother, Mrs. Weiner, who is seriously ill in the hospital there. Mrs. Ida Thimlar, who suffered a stroke several "weeks ago, remains in the same condition. ly, Knkomo; Mrs. Eunice Corr, 418 Bates street; Charles Fergus, 320S East Broadway: Mrs. Barbara Graves, 2126 Jefferson street; Mrs. Hessie Wolf, 1713 Buchanan street. ST. JOSEPH'S Admitted: Raymond Hupp, 515 Nineteenth street; Ewing Gainer, 2<5l Wheatland avenue; Mrs, Margaret Conrad, lff.18 Clifton avenue; Miss Agnes Bergor, 309 Ei'iUh street; Mrs. Gladys Finlon, 1101 Wheatland avenue; Carl Mohler, 1024 Pink street. Dismissed: Master Richard Smith, 426 Grove street; Mrs. Ethel Yockum, 720 North Sixfh street. Monticello Lewis Thompson, a resident of Upper Sunset Park, was saddened by the death of his brother, Clark Thompson, the youngest of three brothers, who died Wednesday, May 29th, with u heart attack. Clark Thompson had .lived In Indianapolis with his brother Ralph for many years, and he had many friends who will miss him. Tho body will be taken to the Cawthorn and Johnson Funeral Home at Onkwood, III., where services will be held June 1, al 1:30 o'clock. Monticello and Union Township Schools Supt. F. H. Gillesple announces the hiring of two new teachers for the ^957-58 school term. .Hired were William Jnskcep, son of Mr. nnd .Mrs. George In- skocp of west of tho city. Bill, a 1947 Monticello high school graduate, will tench physics and chemistry. In high school here, Bill was an outstanding football player. He received his B.S. degree from Purdue University In 1054 and then joined the U.S. Air Force, Bill is married and the father of one son, George Michael, 17-months. Mr. Inskeep will replace John Slraha-n who has taught at Roosevelt senior high school for the past eight years. Mr. Slrahan resigned this- .spring to accept a leaching position at West Cnrrol- t'on, Ohio, located southwest of Dayton, about 30 miles from where tho Strahans' parents reside. . ' Miss Carolyn Hawkins of Montmorenci, who will graduate Sunday al Purduo University, has signed a contract hero to tench domestic . science at Lincoln junior high school. She succeeds Mrs.' Ksilhleen Hedges. Ralph Hughes has been hired a.s janitor at Hie Woodlnwn Grade school for next year. Mr. and Mrs. Frank C. Wright invite the public to view their iris gardens at their home, Sycamore Hills, this weekend, when the' lovely blossoms will be at their peak. Their garden will be open during tills weekend for persons to stop and enjoy the beautiful flowers. Mr. and Mrs. Gerald "Bud" Mummert of Monticello, route 5, are (he parents of a daughter, Debra Kay, weighing G pounds and 15 ounces, born Monday evening al: 5:15 o'clock at Whlto County Memorial Hospital. The mother nnd daughter are getting nlong nicely. Mrs. Mummert is tho former Jean Rodonbarger, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jao Roden- New Admiral. Admiral Regent 21* only M-99"" —a Ml ccmsdctta at MM price of other fable modefol Mahogany or Blonde Oak grained flniihei, Smart off-the-floor styling. Powerful long-range reception. Aluninixed "Color-Magic" picture tube. ^Overall diagonal ana 255 u. Prove to You Admiral Color is more True-fo-Life, Admiral Black- and-White is Sharper, Clear&r Tonight in your own Kving room, you can discover the thrill of watching New Admiral Color TV—and k won't cost you a cent! Admiral color te beautiful and true-to-life. 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