Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on December 5, 1957 · Page 30
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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 30

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Sb: Logansport, Indiana, Pharos-Tribune Thursday Evening, December 5, !S9f. Open House Friday, Saturday At Gourmet Cafeteria Remodeled Structure On E. Broadway Complete Work On New Front of Strecker Building Open house will be observed at the nswly remodeled Gourmet cafeteria Friday and Saturday from 8 a. m. to 9 p. m. with free coffee being served to guests on both days. The cafeteria, which is in the lwere supplied by Fox's, and Dav- old Streckter building on East!'?' 5 Ha «lw are furnished electrical t3«nnj-I,i.«.. nnn . :_~ ll-_ r: i d fivtllrPR. on Friday and is closed all day Monday. Fcrnbaug'h -said he 'employs 35 persons at the cafeteria. The remodeling and furnishing of the building was done by a number of local firms. Air conditioning was installed by the Citizens Coal and Supply company and table tops and chairs were obtained from the Argus Furniture Store. Paint and wallpaper murals were lurnished by the Logansport Paint and Wallpaper company. Young's supplied Armstrong floor covering and Sandran wall covering. Electrical wiring was done by Howard Wysong. bases and party NEA President To Speak at Meeting Here Dr. Lyman Ginger, president ot the National Education Associa- lion, has to speak accepted an at a special invitation teacher's program April 22 at the Logansport high school. Charles L. Sharp, superintendent of city schools, said Wednesday morning that teachers from Cass and neighboring counties room furniture Broadway, occupies the first floor oi the structure. Originally a three-story building, it has been reduced to two stories and the interior has been completely remodeled. A new front with large plate glass windows has been added to Die exterior of the building. Owned by Earl C. Fernbtugh, of 3223 East Broadway, the building has been leased by his brother, Robert Fernbaugh, who moved here with his family last January from Boulder, Colo. Fernbaugh is the manager of tile restaurant, assisted by his wife, Cleo. They are living at 114 Eleventh street and have three children, Betty Lynn, 12; Thomas, 14; and Bing, 17. Fernbaugh said the cafeteria •will seat about 200 persons at a time. The dining room is divided into three sections, with a paneled •wall and hanging "star lights" •offsetting the large center section. Threa paintings of outdoor wcenes are displayed on the paneled wall, while the opposite wafl is decorated with a series of large :murals. The rear section oE the dining room contains a number of booths .and is near the serving line. The third section is at the front of the building facing a large plate glass window. Entrance to the cafeteria is ;made through a glass walled foyer overlooing the dining room. The walls and fixtures are colored in various pastel shades. Lights ever the rear dining section and the serving line are recessed into the ceiling. A Jarge kitchen equipped with soeiation at the group's annual modern cooking facilities is at"| conference last week at Indianapo- the rear of the building, along with a party room that has just been opened. The party room will ,;eat about 100 persons, Fernbaugh said. Regular hours for the cafeteria are from 8 a. m. until 7:30 p. m. on Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Saturday and Sunday. It is open from 8 a. m. until 9 p. m. fixtures. The built-up roof was installed by the Charley Lowe Roofing company. Closson Lumber company supplied building materials including the brick front and the Philiipiw; mahogany interior. The Bet-R-Way Glass company furnished, the new store front, in- eluding entrance doors, canopy and glass. The Logan Lumber company supplied building materials, including the Armstrong Random cushiontone ceiling. Refrigeration equipment was installed by King's Refrigeration service, and ice cream and frozen foods are being obtained frcm Mer-Del's Quality Foods. Booths, table'would be invited to the program, which is being sponsored .jointly by the school board and the Classroom Teachers Association. Ginger, who is dean of the College of Education at the University of Kentucky, . was elected president of the N. E. A. this year, after having served as vice president last year. lie was president of the Ken- lucky Education Association for two years and has worked on state and national committees for the improvement of public schools. At present he is on leave from 'ilie University of Kentucky while •Jonducting a speaking tour. Two Enlist In U. S. Army Two area men have enlisted in the Army for three years and arej now receiving basic training, according to M/Sgt. Frank M. Cheves and Sgt. John f. Stangle of the local recruiting office. William Odum, 24, of 80 East Eighth street, Peru, has been assigned to the infantry and is at Fort Knox, Ky., receiving training in chemical warfare. He formerly spent two years in the Army Airborne and started a school for non-commissioned officers at the Peru National Guard unit. For his work there he received a commendation from the commanding officer of the Indiana National Guard. Dicky L. Wade, 18, of Medaryville, enlisted in the Army's special forces to train for operations behind enemy lines. He attended Medaryville high school and spent two years in the National Guard at Monticello. Wade has been sent to Fort Knox for basic training and will then receive special training at Pisgah National Forest, N. C., Camp Lejeune, N. C., Camp Mackall, N. C., and Fort Carson, Colo. BOBBY NASHVILLE, Term,—There ' are 28 pupils in Mrs. Garnet Gentry's sixth class and seven of the boys are named Bobby. One girl is named Bobbie Joyce, and then there's a Robert. Miami Girls Compete For "Good Citizen" PERU—Five Miami county girls took written exams this week in a "good citizens" contest sponsored by the local DAR chapter. i They were Myra Shrock, Clay township; Barbara Ann Kotterman, Chili; Judy Coplen, Gilead; Sherry Lee Marquis, Deedsville; and Lois Life, Peru. A committee will choose the county winner who will move up to a district then a slate contest. Contest chairman is Miss Rutlt Wagoner of the local DAR chapter. REPORTS HIT-RUN James Lowe, 1807 George sireel, Thursday reported to city police that his 1940 model car, parked in front of Jiis home, was struck and damaged by a hit-and-run driver sometime during the previous night. Two Drivers Arrested After Downtown Race Two drivers were arrested for reckless driving Wednesday night and the officer making the arrest charged the pair with racing in the downtown area. Halted on East Broadway between Fourth and Fifth streets were Donald Harmon, 23, of 1022 : increased. Seventeenth street, and Eugene Le- i n November there were 16 per- Donne, 22, of 1312'/z Spear street.. sons arrested for traffic violations Both were charged with reckless;in Peru; four driving while under driving and Harmon was also slat-: the influence; three speeding; ed for driving without an operator's | three running red light; two im- license. They were slated for city I proper license plates; and two mis- Peru Motor Mishaps Dip PERU—Police Clerk Grace Roberts today released a report that there have been 298 automobile accidents in the city so far this year, killing one and hurting 85. Over the same period last year there were 308 accidents, with two killed and 80 hurt, indicating the number of accidents have been reduced but the number injured court and released. Local Teacher Named Music Group Director Marilyn Smiley, a teacher in the Logansport elementary school sys-| petit larceny and assault and bat- tcm, was elected to a one-year,'tery; and seven, miscellaneous. term on the board of directors of! the Indiana Music Educators As-j Local Resident Reports cellaneous. In November there were 29 persons arrested for alleged criminal offenses; nine, public intoxication; six, disorderly conduct; three, drunk and disorderly; two each, lis. More than 700 Indiana high school music teachers and 400 college and university students are members of the state group, which is an affiliate of the National Education Association. Read the Classified Ads 1956 Model Car Stolen A car owned by Meredith Key, route 1, was stolen from where it was parked at Wheatland avenue and Heath street Wednesday evening, and a man seen near the auto earlier was suspected of being the thief. Key told police he left the keys in the 1956 model fordor hardtop, bearing license ST 129. CONGRATULATIONS to the Fernbaughs on the Open House Showing of Your Beautiful New GOURMET CAFETERIA The Beautiful New Store Front Including Entrance Doors, Canopy and Glass by BET-R-WAY GLASS PRODUCTS, Inc. 1428 Michigan Ave. Phone 2456 Congratulations—Fernbaughs We Are Proud to Have Furnished the Table Tops and Chairs for ii The Gourmet Cafeteria' For Dependable Furniture Prompt and Courteous Service Backed by 40 Years Experience Owned and Operated by Fred H. and Mary L. Steffy Logansport's Beautifully Appointed and Ultra Modern. . . Gourmet Cafeteria friday and Saturday, Decemer 6th & 7th COME BE OUR GUEST— Enjoy a Steaming Hot Cup of Our Delicious Coffee—"It's on the House." You'll enjoy dining in this spacious and beautiful dining room. Soft lights, harmonious pastel colors and comfortable seating accommodations lend an atmosphere of peaceful enjoyment to compliment The Gourmet's fine foods. The attractive Gourmet Party Room. For the us« of private parties, clubs, etc. With accommodations to over one hundred. Menu's expertly prepared and served. From the Gourmet serving unit, you select the foods of your choice. Offering a wide variety of fresh tasty salads, hot buttered rolls, tender, juicy meats, vegetables and delicious desserts. Of course, the beverage of your choice. It is our pleasure to give coffee refills. Gourmet Cafeteria YOUTL ENJOY DINING REGULARLY AT THE GOURMET — REASONABLE PRICES 520 E. Broadway Phone 4793 R. W. Fernbaugh, Mgr. SHOP THE ARGOS FURNITURE STORE Open Wednesday and Saturday 'til 9 P. M. ARGOS, INDIANA Our Compliments to The Gourmet Cafeteria on your beautiful new dining room. We are pleased to announce that interior paint and wallpaper murals were supplied by "us. Logansport Paint & Wallpaper Co. 320 Broadway Our CONGRATULATIONS to Fernbaughs Your Beautiful and Ultra Modern GOURMET CAFETERIA is a fine asset for Logansport. We are happy to have done the Electrical Wiring HOWARD WYSONG «17 W. Melbourne Ave. ELECTRICAL CONTRACTOR Phono 8412

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