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to Logansport, Indiana, Pharos-Tribune SOCIETY Mr. and Mrs. Jack Hood enter ' tained the Hand-in-hand class o the Ninth Street Christian churc, at their home Sunday evening. Mrs. Joe Shafer assisted. Fol lowing the business meeting, a Bi 'ble quiz was enjoyed with prize going to Garland Eshelrnan an< Jack Pickett. Slides of Puerto Ric and Alaska were snown by Mrs Shafer. Refreshments in keeping with the Fourth of July holiday wer served. The next meeting will, b a family picnic at Pah-view par: July 28. The Social club of the L. S. tc B. of L. F. and E. met Tuesday afternoon at the home of Ma Bishop with Mae Smith assisting Prizes went to Mrs. Flora Vance Mrs. Blanch McMillen, Mrs. Lelha Sullivan and Mrs. Fern JVIorter The fourth annual Hall reunion was held Sunday at the Bill Hal home in Kokomo with 43 persons present for the basket dinner a noon. Officers were elected as follows . Gilbert Miller, president; Wilbui Lewis, vice-president; Monta Mil . ler, secretary-treasurer. Those at tending were members of the E< . Hall family of Logansport. The • next reunion will be held at the same time next year at Alexan dria, Indiana. •;-• -5V- f, Lincoln circle No. I, Ladies o. ,*- the GAR, met at Memorial horns Tuesday afternoon with Mrs. Ade -.ilia Shaver, president in charge 2 The charter was draped in memory •> of Mrs. Carrie Gust, a member who died June 9. ,;. Mrs. Grace Miller gave the sec• retary's report, Mrs. Fern Willi» ams, the treasurer's account, anc • Mrs. Eva Seybold, the auditing • committee report. "' Mrs. Shaver and Susie Otto re,.-'ported on their visit to the state •'. hospital when they delivered a box of clothing. ... Mrs. Bertha Dial furnished the '••mystery gift which was presented :- to Mrs. Anna Parkman. Plans '". were made for a picnic August 6 at Spencer park. ••;.• The annual McFadden reunion '. was held at Dykeman park Sun• day. Those attending were Mrs. Al.' len Hart and son Robert, Mrs. ;•; Paul Cockman and daughters of .\ Indinapolis, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur MeFadden of Columbia City; Mr. ; and Mrs. Howard Anderson and ..- family of Remington, Mrs. Nellie ; McFadden, Mr. and Mrs. DonaW McFadden and family, Mr. and . Mrs. Lowell McFadden and fam- " ily of Moniicello; Mr. and Mrs. ".. Kobert Wilson and family of Young '•America; Mr. and Mrs. Junior Snider and family of Flora; Pearl ;• McFadden and Mr. and Mrs. Glenn -Garrelt of Walton. Read the Classified Ads Cdss County ,HD Council Meets For Executive Session Yearbook and achievement da;, committee reports were given a the executive meeting of the. Cas County Home Demonstration Coun cil Monday at the West Broadway Presbyterian church. Mrs. Lois Fickel offered grae at the noon luncheon. The presi dent, Mrs. Robert Batch, conducted the business session during which the secretary - treasurer reports were given by Mrs. Elda Meeker. Reports were made by commit tees as follows: Past Presidents- Mrs. Thelma Raderstorf; Nationa Home Demonstration Week, Song fest and Menu from Another Country—Mrs. Grace Kesser anc also reports by all club presidents on the exhibits displayed in var ious stores during National Home Demonstration Week. Mrs. Ruth Erbaugh repotted on the safety lane checking and an nounced that she is keeping a scrapbook to be entered in the Na tional Contest on safety. • She also reported on the Broadcast from Purdue. Reporting on the summer conference held in June were Mesdames Kenneth Smith, 1 Wilbur Roach, Mary Batch and Russel Boyer. A report on the weight control class by Mrs. Lois Fickel revealec that 44 ladies had completed the six weeks course with a loss ol 331 pounds. Mrs. Cash Clawson was princi- pay speaker. Mi*. Clawson, district director of the Lafayette District, told of the summer cdhfer- ence and of future plans, asking that all members in the county report to their president any improvements that could be made on future conferences. Lois Fickel, vice-president, resorted on .program planning' stat ing that four courses received Dopular vote from the demonstra- ion groups. Named to the top 'our were Adult Patterns altera- ion and fittings; Understanding My/self and. Others; Color in the 3ome and, of special interest', ''Community Development". The Home Demonstration agents' esson will be "Laundry" concern- ng detergents and water softners suitable to certain fabrics- Mrs. Jean Forgey, chairman of he 4-H Dress Review, announced hat the review would be held July l»th and that the council, rom a fund for this purpose, Miss Justine Hdckett, Delphi Bride-Elect, Honored At Shower Miss Justine Hackett, of route 4, Delphi, bride-to-be of Edwin Cunningham, of Delphi, was honored guest at a linen shower given Saturday, in the home of the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Homer Hackett. Serving as-hostesses were Mrs. Bernard Gish, of ^Monticello, Mrs. Lowell Meek, route 1, Camden, Mrs. Loyd Hizer, Camden, Mrs. Donald Clark, Logansport, and Mrs. Lowell Wagoner, Middletown, Ohio. Gifts to the bride were arranged on a long table centered with a replica of a wishing-well guarded jy a minature bride and groom. Suests dropped favorite receip'cs nto the well for future use by Miss Hacfcett. Mr, Cunningham was in attendance and was gifted with an autographed rolling pin. Games in keeping with the occasion were played with prizes be- ng won by Mrs. Lottie Williams, of Camden, Mrs. Donald Tinsman, of Flora, and Mrs, William Watson, of Rockfield. Refreshments of punch and individual cakes were served at small tables covered in the bride's colors, yellow and brown. Novel centerpieces of small rose bowls >ut of which yellow candles rose rom nests of floating roses cen- ered each table. Small favors of r ellow and brown flower baskets with handles adorned with tiny ings were filled with nuts and mints. GOLDEN ANNIVERSARY JULY 7 Officers Installed 3y Logan Council Logan Council, Daughters of America, met Monday evening .at ne club rooms for an installation' eremony. Erma Walls presided at the meeting. The auditing committee eported,-ana the sick committee eported sending cards to ill mem- ers. The following officers were incalled: councilor, Erma Walls; ssociated councilor, Clara Summers; vice-councilor, Ada Mae MR, AND MRS. OSZRO OSBORN, of Winamac rural route, will celebrate their golden wedding anniversary Sunday at their home with a basket dinner for Jheir family at 11:30 a.ta. followed by an open house from 2 to 5 p.m. for friends and relatives. The couple was married at the home of the bride's parents, the late Mr. and Mrs.-William Pfost, near Winamac, on July 4, 1907. Mr. Osborn is the son of the late Mr. and Mrs. Henry Osborn, of Jay county. The couple has seven living children, Mrs. Alice Harnish and Mrs. Louvada Hershberger, of Muncie; Mrs. Dorothea Johnson, Rochester; William H.,^-and Mrs. Margaret Davis, Logansport; Lewis, North Judson; and Mrs. Leota Rowe, of Buchanan, Mich. Four children are deceased. There are 30 living grandchildren and 12 great-grandchildren. • (Pharos-Tribune Engraving.) 'ould present girls with a flower. Harrison; associate vice councilor, The president asked that the Effie Buckingham; conductor, June nominating -committee members) Billing; warden Mae Leazenby, recording secretary, Merle Jester; eport at the next stated council meeting to be held in October, and ilso announced the National Dem-' nstration Council session would ie held September Bth through 1th at the University of Ohio at Columbus, Ohio, Appointed to a ommittce to make up a chartered financial secretary, Gladys Wolf; assistant financial secretary, Mable Ray; treasurer,.Raymond Wolf; 18 month trOstee, Ada Mae Bar rison. • Gladys Wolf, past state council- presided as installing officer. us to the National Council from i The next business meeting will be nls community were Jackson '• Monday evening. A social hour owaship and 4-H Booster. All reservations are to be in etwcen October 1st and 25th. The meeting closed with the re- leating of the Mispah. Cool BY THACY ADRIAN nPHESE trim and pretty separates in pastel checked •»• seersucker are just the thing to smarten up any -summer vacation wardrobe. And they are mad£ of a new combination of combed cotton and acetate that • gives the fabric a silky look and washes like a dream • The tailored shirt is trimmed with white cotton rib- 'bmg and ribbing is also used for the narrow belt at the ;>-aist of the slim pedal pushers. For further frosting there are chalk white buttons on the sides of the panfcs and on the shirt closing. will follow the meeting with Gladys Wolf and Effie Buckingham ing refreshments. Members are askccl to bring an item for the silent auction. Fete Mrs. Massey At Post-Nuptiql Shower A post-nuptial shower was given Monday evening for Mrs. John Massoy at the home of Mrs. Harry Eisenbise, 1611 East Market street, with her daughter, Mrs. Leonard Harrison, as co-hostess. The group presented Mrs. M sey with a gift. A prize was won by Mrs. Anthony Perrone with a •duplicate gift being presented to the . bride. Refreshments were served at a flower-decked table. Invited guests wore: Mrs. Massey, her mother, Mrs. L. F. Schlosser, Mrs. Francis Perrone, Mrs. Ray Wood, Mrs. Russell Leffert, Mrs. Gone Pelter, Mrs. Larry Wagengnecht, Mrs. Dalln.s Don- ry Wagcnkneeht, Mrs. Dallas Don- Leonard Corso, Mrs. William Perrone, Mrs. John Perrone, Mrs. Pal Corso, Mrs. Sal Corso, Mrs. Anthony Perrone and Mrs. John Oor- Betty Anne Maple January. Bride-Elect Mr. and Mrs, Paul C. Maple, Sr., of B29 Nineteenth street, announce the engagement anil forthcoming marriage of their daughter, Betty Anne, to Russell Jack'Wilson, son of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence M. Larimore, of 515 West Melbourne avenue. The couple will bo married next January 19. Miss Maple is a 1!)55 graduate of the local high school and .is employed by the Indiana Bell Tele- phono company. Her fiance, a 1951 graduate of the Flora high school, is employed by David's Electric Wholesale. Picnic Enjoyed By Division 4, C. W. F. Division 4, CWP, Ninth strei Jhristian church, staged a picn: Tuesday at the home of Mrs. Grac Wickersham, route 5, for 13 mem bers and one guest. Tbe hostess offered grace for th meal, after which a business mee ing was conducted by the pros dent, Mrs. Izetta Thomas. Roll ca was answered with quotation Mrs. Anna Denniston, a forme member now of Florida, was guest. Mrs. Clyde Crispen read Ihe sec retary's report, and Mrs. Pen Miller, the treasurer's account. Sh also took the offering and readin report. New yearbooks were distribute and the various projects for th coming year were discussed. A re port on the CWF meeting at La layette recently was given by Mr Thomas, who also offered dev< lions. The meeting closed with the mi. sionary. benediction. Contest pri/ es wont to Mrs. Matilda Hobsoi Mrs. Haltie Swartzlander and Mr Florence Lorenz. Delta Theta Chi Holds Rush Party A rush party was staged by Kaip pa chapter, Delta Theta Chi sore rity, Monday evening at the lalt cottage of Jennimae Hunter, prcs dent, A picnic supper and swimmui were enjoyed during the eveninj Rush guests were Jerry Skinnei Marie Gallo, .Linda Kalb, Ka Burch, Mary Newman, Sharon A len, Sandra Lewellyn, Judy Long Pal Dougherty, Sarah Barnan and Dorothy Thomas. Mildred Been, Marie White an Jean Hile. Estimate O'Connor Estate at $6,100 The estate of the late Edward IT O'Connor was estimated at $«,00 ,n real estate and $100 in persona property when it was opened Wed nesclay in the Cass circuit cour through Attorney Harold J. Tuber ty. Jlis will in his own handwriting dated Feb. 9, 1955, leaves all o :iis estate to his wife, Ruth, 190C East Market, who was appointed administratrix of the estate with .he will .annexed. He died June 22, this year. Personal U. and Mrs. Richard L. Me Arthy, of Allenlown, Pennsylvaniu are the parents of a son, Leland Thomas, born July 1. Lt. McArthy las just received his Masters De- ;ree -in .Ordinance Engineering 'rom Lehigh University at Allen .own. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. W. L. McArthy, of 1321 High street, city. FOR SALE iED 20 FT. STBEL B& GOOD AS NEW FERNBAUGH'S 2 USED 20 FT. STBEL BEAMS GOOD AS NEW 520 Broadway Ph. 4827 THE CARRIAGE BARN Farratl J. R««d, Interiors 217-11th St. Phone 4681 Hours 9 to S daily, except Sot., 9 to 12 WALLPAPER LAMPS GIFTS CARPETS DRAPERY • UPHOLSTERY ' ACCESSORIES W. R. Widup/Wife To Celebrate 50th Anniversary July 7 Mr. and Mrs.'W. R. Widup, of route 1, Walton, will observe their 50th wedding anniversary Sunday at their home, one mile north of Lincoln. Mr. and Mrs. Widup are farmer residents of Winamac but have lived in their present home for the past 27 years. They were married July 7, 1907, at.Winamac.' Mrs. Widup- is the daughter -of the late Mary and Hansom Freeman, and her husband is the son of the late Harry Widup, all of Winamac, and Mrs. Anna Widup who celebrated her 101st birthday April 25. She plans to spend the day with her son and his family Sunday. The couple has four children: Mrs. Janet Burggrabe, of Evans-, ville, Indiana;" Richard, of New' Paris; Ralph, of Lincoln; and Denzil, of Sharpsville. There are 14 grandchildren. Mr. Widup has a sister,- Mrs. Grace Schriner, of Hartford,' Michigan, and Mrs. Widup has a sister, Mrs. Ruth Spraks, of Los Angeles, California. All friends and relatives are invited to the open, house from 2 to 4:30 o'clock Sunday afternoon. Soy Economy On Even Keel CHICAGO (UP) — The Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago said today a decline in inventory 'Spending has been more than offset by a boost in government spending to keep the nation's economy on an even keel. Tire bank, in its monthly review, said the volume of buying in the nation has in-creased steadily since 1955 due to combined consumer, government and business spending. National inventories from the'desert, fourth quarter of 195G through. Fair Skies For Fourth WASHINGTON' (UP) -Fall- weather for the July 4 holiday was forecast for most of the nation today. The Weather Bureau said in a revised special bulletin that fair weather will persist throughout the day along most of the Pacific Coast, in the Great Lakes region, the southern and central Wains, and in mid-Atlantic states. Elsewhere, it said, widely scattered shwere and thunderstorms are likely during the afternoon and evening. In New England, the precipitation is expected to be limited to the northern arca-s. Temperatures will be cool in the Northwest. They will be in the 80s across northern states and in the 90s through many central and southeastern states. Readings of 100 degrees or .higher are scheduled in scattered areas of live central Plains and the southwest Wednesday Evening, July 3, I99f. DELPHI COUPLE WED 50 YEARS Rodkcy Studio, DelpM Mr. and Mrs. Will Roark, ot 116 North Wabasli street, Delphi, am celebrating their 50th wedding anniversary Sunday. They were married in Bullsgap, Train., in 1907 in a service performed by Rev. Frank Long. Mr. and Mrs. Roark are parents of fiv« children of which the two eldest, Gracie and Sadie, are deceased. Their daughter, Ellen, now Mrs. Fred Atkinson, is a local resident while the son, Carl, resides at Jonesboro where he is pastor of the' Pilgrim Holiness church. Another daughter, Ruth, Mrs. Roy Cooper, Is located at Anderson whore she is head supervisor of the business office for the telephone company. The Roarks have six grandchildren and two groat-grandchildren. Friends and relatives are cordially invited to an open house Detween 2 and 4 p.m., July 7lh. early 1957, the barvk said, dropped' from a plus four bilfion dollars to, a miiuy; one billion, creating a situation simitar to the start of the i Reunion Calendar FAUIVIEW PARK SUNDAY, JULY 7 - Clymors 1953-54 recession. | Methodist Church—Pavilion—Noon There is no recession now, the bank said, because government RIVERSIDE PARK spending has been on the upswing, consumer income has continued to gain and corporate profits have held tiieir own. Bank analysts said Ihe economy still is under pressure from Infla- •tlonary tendencies and unempIoy-jNoon. MONDAY, JULY 2 - Everna Heuion—Table 5—8:00 p.m THURSDAY, JULY 4 — No Reservation for this dale. SUNDAY,' JULY 7 - Sprinkle Reunion—Tables No. 3 and 10— Economic Boycott Staged by Negroes In Tuskegee Alabama TUSKEGEE, Ala. CUP) - A Mcgro leader said loday 'that an economic squeeze play againsl white businessmen in this Alabama "Black Belt" town has already forced three merchant to go out of business. A Negro boycott against while store owners here began eight days ago when a bill was introduced in the Alabama Legislature that would change <he city limits so as (o cut the number of registered Nagro voters in the city from 420 to 10. A Negro minister, who asked not to be identified, said the "Crusade for Citizenship" boycotl has forced a theater, a chain dry goods store and fish market out of business and thai a large chain grocery is about to close up. Meanwhile, the man who introduced the bill that would place most of the Negro voters outside of Tuskegee, Stale Sen. Sam ly eliminate" Macon County, which has a population of 27,000 N'egroes to just 4,000 whites, and divide the territory among five surrounding counties. Youth Found Not Guilty MONT1CELLO, Ind . - July 3- William E. Tinnier, 24, of Monticello, was found innocent of a charge of assault with inlcnt ia kill by a jury in the While circuit j court Tuesday afternoon after it •had deliberated an hour and a half. ! During the two-day trial Tincher jtoslified in his own defense. Mr. ar.d Mrs. Walker Ivcy, of near Monlicello, and Hubert Jolcs lesli- fied (hat Tincher grabbed a rifle and Iried to fire it at them last month during a party at the Ivey home. However, Tincher asserted ha grabbed (he gun by l!ie barrel in "sclf-defon.se" and was using it as a club after he hud bean struck and knocked down during a fist ment continues relatively low, SUNDAY, JULY 7 - Stnley Re- The bank said some firms, pat- union—Tables No. 5 and No. 6— ticulnrly automobile and television i Noon. manufacturers, increased their in-1 ventories toward the end of 1956 in anticipation of a "boom." When it failed to materialize, they began to liquidate their .inventories. DYKEMAN PARK WEDNESDAY, JULY 3 - Mrs. E. L. Mason—West end of Pavilion and 2 Soulh lables. SUNDAY, JULY 7 - Rhinehart Reunion—West Pavilion and 2 South Tables—Noon. ./._._. SPENCER PARK THURSDAY, JULY 4 - William Lind—Shelter No. 5—-6:00 p m Seventy-five boys and girls .par-] . SUNDAY, JULY 7 — Hutsell Re- liclpatcd in the third annual fish-1 union—Shelter No 2—Noon Jug derby conducted by the sum- SUNDAY, JULY 7 - Young Am- rncr recreation department Tues-|crisa-lMV Class-Shelter No , day night along the Eel river all Noon Riverside park. SUNDAY, JULY'7 - SI. Brid>li—All of Lower Pavilion Fishing Derby Attracts 75 Greg Blume, 10, son ot Mr. and Mrs. wnilnm Blume, of 919 Race _ ilree!, caught the largest fish and | SUNDAY, JULY 7 - Wilkinson thn .nennri fern*,! n»vf,.h tn »„, nounlon-Bhcllcr No 1-Noon SUNDAY, JULY 7 - Kline Family—Sl'.ellcr No. 5—Noon. the second largest crayfish to win a fishing rod and a baseball. The prl/io. for the largest crayfish went to Larry Flssel. 7. son of Mr. and Mrs. Gene Flssel, of IBID Johnson street. He won a tack- la box and fishing reel. Olhcr winners wore: Larry Irooks, I), fishing reel; Limlp Gust, 10, minnow bucket; Jnmcs Gill, 7,1 .acklc box; John Rodlcey, 7, fish-i ng rod nnd Lynn Wilson, 12, min-l now bucket. Each entrant received a fishing )flit from the HiJdcbrnnrit bait com- wny and a ticket for an ice cream CANCEL PICNIC The picnic scheduled [or July la al Culver by the Honorary Second Mothers sludy club Has been canceled. For All Occailoni GREETING CARDS "Hint any what you want to tmy' HIATT'S NEXT TO LOGAN THEATRE OPEN ALL DAY JULY 4th • Sparklers • Kodak Film • Picnic Supplies • \t» O»am YEAZEL'S 513 E. Broadway SAY IT WITH FLOWERS DIAL 5144 PUaxant Hill Greenhous* BARGAINS IN COtD WAVES 495 Hourti 1:10 a.m. !• 9 p.m. Nil Appolnlmint Nimiarf LOGANSPORT BEAUTY SHOP AN D.y W.dnM^y 5th and lro«dw«y OVII lAIUV'f that will eliminate Mace which embraces Tuskegee, to 1 the Negroes from winning control |gj t , of the county. |Deputy Sheriff Earl"Wallers and In Mac<jn County, located in Mrs. Tinclier. central Alabama in the rich farm- , c fieni iCon! ing lands referred lo as the "Black Belt," Negroes outnumber whites nearly 7 lo 1. Tuskegee University, founded by Bookler T. Washington, is located i;i Uie city of Tuskegee. Englohardt, who is executive secretary of the Alabama Association of White Citizens Councils, said his new bill would "complete- 2 NKW POLIO CASES INDIANAPOLIS 1UP) — Two now polio cases in Marion County lost week raised the Indiana cas« total for Uie calendar ycnr to 22, lowest for this dale in al least lh« last six years. The 22 compares with 25 a year ago and W5 in 1D52, according lo State Health Board records. FREEDOM'S WKTH CKKT1WCATE Thli document gave written proof to the ideal* born in the hearts of men 181 years agol These are the ideals upon which Ihe United States of America wo» built. Take time to carefully re-read the "Dec- 524 East Broadway laration of Independence" and resolve to make it your dedication to Independence. Keep alive these truths which have made our country strong and that will continue to mak» it grow stronger for all! service Phone 4444

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