Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on December 5, 1957 · Page 35
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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 35

Logansport, Indiana
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Thursday, December 5, 1957
Page 35
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Thursda Evening, December 5, 1957. Baby Dies in Auto Crash EAST ST. LOUIS, 111. (UP) — A 7-months-pld child was injured 'atally Tuesday and eight persons vere hurt in two separate accidents during the season's first snowfall. Alan Tharp, son ot Mr. DRASTIC MARKDOWNS! arrival at St. Mary's Hospital after Tharp's car collided with a car driven by Mrs. Johanna Bu- tovac, 39, Granite City, 111. The accident occurred on III. 3 n Monsanto. Police said Mrs. Bu- SALE WINTER COATS $30 *35 HO A standout collection of the season's important fabrics and colors. Slim coats, modified coats and full sweep eoats. A savings too exceptional to miss. DIANA SHOP 321 -4th St. and Mrs. Ronald Hamman and children and Mr. and Mrs. Simon Talbott and family, all of Kewanna. Miss Mary Cox returned home Saturday after spending Thanksgiving with her nephew and his wife, Mr. and Mrs. Thurman Cox. Mr. 'and Mrs. Jesse Steinke of Waukegan, Illinois, were guests t here over the and j homes of Mr. weekend at the and Mrs. C. W. Mrs. Eugene Tharp, 3151 Morgan-: Steinke and Mr. and Mrs. Clayton "ord Rd., St. Louis, was dead on Brown. covac's car swerved across the four-lane highway. Tharp suffered severe facial cuts and his wife, Patricia, 20, and daughter, Constance, 2, were aiso cut. Mrs. Bukovac sustained possible fractured ribs and facial cuts. Her niece, Wanda Bukovac, 17, was hospitalized with a possible racturcd pelvis ant! head cuts. Another passenger, Brenda Norwood, 16, Granitd City, escaped vith lesser injuries. In the other traffic mishap, a car driven by Ernest Ingram, 23, last St. Louis, overturned near Canokia Downs race track. David Hibbler, 23, East .ouis, suffered critical head in- iuries. 'Ingram and another pas- enger, Mark Xnox, 22, East" St. jOtiis, were treated for facial and body bruises. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Luckey spent Thursday and Friday with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Howard Boyer in Kokomo. Mr. and Mrs. Burl Eber and children were dinner guests Sunday of Mrs. Inez Kestle. Mrs. Kestle and Mrs; Lelha Eber of Rochester were Thanksgiving Day guests in the Burl Eber home. Thanksgiving dinner guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Carr and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Heiden were Mr. and Mrs. Albert Linden and son and Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Wolf of Columbus, Ohio, and Mr. and Mrs. Earl Linden of Logansport. Mr. and Mrs. Dean Carr and daughter of Logansport were Thanksgiving dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Jonas Brown and family. Friday evening guests at the St. Brown home were Mr. and Mrs. Everett Layman of Logansport, Mr. and Mrs. Jonas Brown and children visited her mother, Mrs. Osa Whipple and Mr. Whipple in Winamac Thursday. Cloyd Zuck underwent surgery Monday at the Woodlawn hospital in Rochester. Mr. and Mrs. Eric Plummer of Grass Lake, Michigan, are spending a few days here in' the Zuck home. Visitors Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. H. F. Bulger were Mr. and Mrs. Charles Swisher of Crown Point, Mr. and Mrs.'Ted Gorman and family of Burnetts- vine, Mr. and Mrs. William McClellan and Lila Clark of Lowell, Miss Genevieve Gorman and Larry Good of Lafayette, Mrs. Newton Rude and Kenneth Luckey of here. Dinner guests Thursday of Mr. and Mrs. Donald Foglesong were Lydia Van Draset of Chicago, Di-l and Mrs. Harold Armstrong and Charles Armstrong of South Bend, Susan Armstrong of Bloomington, Nancy Armstrong of Lafayette and Gladus Wharton of here. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Scott and son were dinner guests Thanksgiving Day of Mr. and Mrs. Earl .Mills. Mrs. Amy Wilson returned home Sunday after spending a few days with Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Smith and family of Rochester. Mrs. Ethel Smith and -Frank Hudkins were also guests at the Smith home Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Neil Farr and son,j David, of Swayzee, were Thanks- giving guests here of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Farr. Mr.' and Mrs, Clyde Johnson and son of Bloomington, Mr. and Mrs. Ben Bauman of Indianapolis, John Bauman of Lafayette and Daniel Bauman of Washington, D. C., spent the weekend here with Mr. ' Logansport, Indiana, Pharos-Tribunes Eleven Mother, Seven Children Die In House Fire MARIANNA, Ark. UP. — Mrs. of the victims were in their be<ta, The children ranged in a.jje from 10 to l year. The fire was discovered about 9:30 p.m. but when Mr. and Mrs. Reuben White, on whose farm the family lived, noticed the fire, it had engulfed the housu. Mrs. White said she heard no „, ,„ ,,m ~» _______ _____ ...... and Mrs. Harry Bauman.' Ethel'B" 1 Bowo'rs,"a Negro, and her explosion. A new wood burning Mr. and Mrs. Jerome Mersch| S e Ven children 'perished 'Tuesday stove was installed in llic home ' n j g ht, in a fire that destroyed their last week. But Langston said he ' ' ' ------- j: -' ...... '---:-- -' spent Thanksgiving Day at Kno'x with Mr. and Mrs. Charles Peck. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Dorton and family of Hartford City and Mr. and Mrs. Joe Herd of Grass Creek were dinner guests Thursday of Mrs. Myrtle Herd. home. had no immediate explanation of Mrs. Bowers' husband, J.L. how the fire started. Bowers was off hunting when his It was early today before the family was wiped out. Sheriff S.C. ashes had cooled enough to allow T *„_ ~.,;,J tnrln,, *Knf nil ft f Clh t ', • f HIAl'.-) 1 rtf J.h/ 1 hOf\JGX. . .. Langston said today that all eight : removal of the bodies. Marine to Face Court Martial CAMP LEJEUNE, N.C. CUP)—.. Marine Pvt. Frederick D. Golden, w 19, Huntington, W.Va., faced general court martial here today on a charge of mutiny, accused of refusing to leave his brig cell for a work detail. Golden was charged with conspiring with two other prisoners last August. One of the others was Pvt. Douglas C. 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