Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on December 6, 1957 · Page 23
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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 23

Logansport, Indiana
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Friday, December 6, 1957
Page 23
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Friday Evening, December C, 1957. Empty Gein's Farm House PIAINFIELD, Wis. ('UP)—The ramshackle farm home of Wisconsin's butcher - ghoul today was emptied of its contents, sealed and boarded, and left to stand as a sagging monument to the slate's most bizarre crime. Atty. Gen. Stewart Honcek said Thursday he hoped to have Ed Gein's "house of horrors" cleaned out by tonight and its contents stored as possible evidence if Gein goes to trial for murder. Crime lab technicians -were supervising the movement of Gein's belongings to a van which would take them to the state laboratory for cataloging and processing. The human remains and other immediate evidence have already been transferred. Church Services Market Street Methodist Church JIarry H. Hasuery;er, Minister Morning- "Worship ItiHO H. m. Anthem: "Conui Thou LOUR Expected Jesus", to bo sun^ by the IntermecliiUe Choir .Sermon: "The AVord' 1 by l:he minister .Sunday School IflMO a. m. Classes for all MKes Jiiehard I'lory, Supt. Xursery and kf r.derKarten rooms open during both services •1:.'{0 p. m. Intermediate MYF (i:OU p. m. Senior MYI (1 Shiloh Congregational KuKene C. Sommer, Minister Sunday Sehool !t::iO a. m. .lames Rusk. Hupt. .Alornini;- Worship Service! 10:30 . in. j M observance of Universal ;lblp Sunday, J'astor Sommer \vill putk fin the theme, "The Rli.si.s or ();ir Bclii-f in the Bible." "'lie Kveniii^ Service is at 7:00 '. m. The Vuuth Department is n charge o- ti'.is service Calvary Pentecostal Church "vV'ayne ITornbec-k, T'a.stor "\Varle Brou'n, Huperiiuender.t !i:.10 a. m. Sun'iay St-hool JO:.'fO a. in. Morning: Worship 7:30 p. m. Evangelistic Service 7::!n p. m. Wednesday, Prayer Meeting and "Rihlc Study MIRIAM CIRCLE MEETS The Miriam Circlo of the Women's Society of Christian Service of the Broadway Methodist Church met at the home of Mrs. Warren Holm, Tuesday evening. Mrs. Harry Chell was the co-hostess. Devotions were given by Mrs. James Beatly with the group singing Christmas Carols. Mrs. Howard Tilley conducted the business meeting, after which there was a play given by Mrs. Jack Bowman, Mrs. Carl McWilliams, and Mrs. Harry Chell, en•titled "One Side of Christmas." Everyone then enjoyed a gift exchange. A dessert was served to 15 mem-!'! 1 ".'^']^,,^ bers and two guests, Mrs. Edith' "worn'on of the rimrch day evening: at 7:00 p Indian Creek Christian r.nllin Hill. Pastor Harold Wilson, S. S. Snpt. |i:,-ir) a. m. Sunday School itnr.'i!) a. m. Worship and Com- Illillioll St. Luke's Evangelical lutheran Walter C. Davis, Jr., Jj. Ktnlre, Choir Di- r.cv. 1" as tor Jlayn:oncl rector Xiincy VrtnAIIen, OrR.tnlst Sunday School !>:30 a. m, Donovan Springier, Supt. I'hnreh Service 10:-lfi a. n:. Sermon topic, "The Purpose 0nd's Word" United Lutheran C'hurc'a Wom- P:T and A"''n Bora Society joint etintf Monday evening at the Present Awards to 16 Cub Scouts Achievement awards were presented to 16 cub scouts of Pack Xo. 303 at a meeting Thursday night at the Memorial home. Each den prepared a poster showing the requirements tor various cub scout ranks, and each boy was assigned a project to be completed at home, with the aid o£ his father. Jay Staggs, Victor Herd and Joe Linclahl received wolf., badges ar.d gold arrows. Curtis Patton, Sieve Barry, Larry Fletcher, Steve Smith and Jim Jenson were awarded Summers wolf badges. Larry and Friz Mueh'.hausen received silver arrows, J. P. Morga;i and Harry Short received gold anci silver arrows, and John Baublet won a gold arrow and two silver airows. Chris Barry and Bruce Becker won bear badges, while Richard Gilford earned a bear badge with gold arrow. Logansport, Indiana, Pharos-Tribune Three CAR DAMAGED Ituth Wright, 223Vi East Broadway, Thursday afternoon reported tt; city police that her car had been struck and damaged by a hit-and- run driver while -the auto was- parked on High street between Sixth and Seventh, Card of Thanks We wish to express our heartfelt !g thanks to our many friends for y their acts of kindness, floral offerings and cards at the loss of our loved one, Edward Morse. —Mrs. Edward Morse, Mrs. Lulu Schmidt, John Morse, Tom Morse, Betty Barnheiser. Card of Thanks Mere words cannot express our gratitude and deep appreciation to Chase-Miller funeral home, Rev. Kenneth Brady, Ralph Jones, friends, relatives and neighbors for floral offerings, cards and food. Also other acts of kindness shown during our bereavement. —The Edward Shorb family. of Doty and Mrs. Catherine CoryeK. The next meeting will be at the home of Mrs. Raymond Echols, February 4. with Mrs. Jack Bowman as co-hostess. SERVICE GUILD A Christmas party was held by fhe Womans Service Guild of the West Broadway Presbyterian ch'.irch Wednesday evening at the church. A Christmas poem was given in answer to roll call and during the short business session regular reports were given and correspondence read. Christmas devotions preceded the singing of carols and games. A gift exchange was freshments served held and re- from a long table decorated in the holiday motif. On the committee in charge •were Mary Snell, Paulene Book- waller, Helen Sailors and Ruth LaTourettee. The January meeting will be held with Maxine Buchanan, 29 East Market, featuring installation of officers. Read the Classified Ads . . in the iinrch — a confi-reKationa.1 Christmas narty Anna Ctiard Class meets v\ eu- nesday afternoon Choir practice Thursday i;ve- nlnc at 7:30 p. m • • l v.nfirmation Class Saturday at ?:OU a. m. FULTON RAINBOW GIRLS The Fulton Assembly No. 92, Order of Rainbow for Girls, held a regular meeting in the Masonic Hall Monday evening. The meeting was opened by the Mother Advisor Mrs. Me::le Fry with the Worthy Advisor, Lclia Fry, presiding. It was announced that the reception for Sharyn Johnston, Grand Musician, will be held Sunday afternoon, December 8th, at ;: o'clock at the Kewanna Methodist church annex. A bake sale will be held day, December 14th. All are to attend church in a group at the Fulton EUB church Sunday, December 15th at 9:30 a.m. The refreshment committee tor the next meeting will be Jeanne Urbin, Sherry Hizer, Carole Appleman and Mrs. Donna Cornell, Refreshments were served to 30 persons following the meeting. SPECIAL! Infant Stroller by Taylor Tof 'Regularly $T4.95 NOW ONLY $9.95 At $1 Down FOSTER'S 412 E. Market L2-diamond bridal duo in. a superb fishtail mounting. 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