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Saturday Evening, July 6, 1957. LOGANSPORT PUBLIC LIBRARY Prince Henri Weds Duchess DREUX, France (UP)—Prince Henri, heir-pretender to the nonexistent French throne, and Duchess Marie Therese of Wurtemburg, Germany, were married Friday the second royal wedding in France' in 71 years. The colorful ceremony, attended by 300 glittering members of Eu-' rope's diminishing royal families, captured the imagination of staunchly Republican France. Prince Henri is the eldest son Star City of Count Paris great grandson a great-great of King Louis Philippie. The bride is the dau ghter of Duke Philip of Wurtemburg and Archduchess Rosa of Hapsburg. Between them, they are related to almost every crowned head of Europe. The couple exchanged vows during an hour-long religious ceremony in the Saaint Louis chape after first visiting the Dreux town hall for a civil ceremony as re quired by law. The bride wore a wedding gown made of 60 yards of spanglec satin, created by Paris' designer Jacques Heim, the gown weighec 55 pounds and ended in a train eight yards long and five yards wide. Monticello Mr. and Mrs. Arion Griffin and daughter, Bambi, have returned home from a weeks vacation trip by motor which took them to Sioux St. Marie and into Canada. They stopped at Mackinac Island, Michigan, where they stayed for a few days before coming home. July 4th guests of Mrs. Paul Marvin and Mr. and Mrs. David Collins and Marian Kay were Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Mote and Mr. Mote's mother, Acie Trimble, of Kokomo; Mr. and Mrs. Homer Coonrod and two daughters of Gary, and Dudley Marvin of Detroit, Mich. A group of twenty friends enjoyed a hamburger fry Thursday' evening at the home of Mr. aid Mrs. Orville Hundley at Oak Park Addition in honor of the birthdays of Mr. Hundley and Mrs. Wilbur Voigt, both of which occur on the Fourth of July. All friends and relatives are invited to the wedding of Miss Dora Arlene Baker,'daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Howard Baker of Tyner, son of Mr. and Mrs. Milton Tyner of Monon which will be an event of Sunday afternoon, July 7th, at 2:30 o'clock at the Monticello Methodist Church, The pastor, the Rev. Gilbert L. Piker will pronounce the rites. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Huff of Monti- ceilo announce the engagement of their daughter, Martha Ann Dirks, to SP3 Benjamin Watson, son of Mr. and Mrs. Hoy Watson of Medaryville. ' Martha will be a senior at Roosevelt High School at Monticeilo this fall. Mr. Watson is in the Army and has been stationed in Korea, and is now home on leave. No wedding date has been set. Mr. and Mrs. Orville Hundley returned home Tuesday evening from a motor trip to Atlantic City, New Jersey, which took them to the convention of Kiwanis International, Mr. Hundley being president of the Monticello Club. While in the east they spent a couple days in New York City and were also guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ed - Conway formerly of Monticello, at their home at Mooresville, New .Jersey, and also at their shore house at Harvey Cedars, New Jersey. They also visited the RCA plants at Cherry Hill, whore Mr. Conway is now associated, and also at Camden, New Jersey. The White County Medical Auxiliary, newly organized in March, was hostess to twenty-seven members of the 3rd Vice President District meeting held at The Tippecanoe Country Club on Monday, June 24th. 'Mrs. Donn R. Gossom of Tcrre Haute presided at the business sessions. Special guests, Mrs. Frank Gastineau, National Vice President, who reported on the A.M.A. Convention in New York City. Past State president, Mrs. William Tin- tiall, also spoke to the group. Mrs. Robert Acre, slate safety chairman, introduced the guest speaker, Sgl. C. R. Allenduff of the Safety Education Division, Indiana Slate Police, who explained the services and materials available for instituting a safety program. A delicious luncheon was enjoyed by all. Members of the White County Auxiliary attending were: Mrs. David Beck, Mrs. John C. Carney, Mrs. George Derhummer, Mrs. Martin Dickerson, Mrs. C. H. Mayfield, Mrs. Warren Morris 'and Mrs. Stanley McClure, president. Miss Vicky Dunn, 17, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Dunn, of Lake Shafer, Monticello, route 1, will attend the llth annual High School Journalism institute at Indiana University at Bloomington July 7th and 20th. She will be enrolled in the newspaper division of the Institute. Vicky, who has been on the staff of The Tomahawk, the Monlicello High School newspaper for the last two years, will be the editor this coming year when she will be a senior at Roosevelt High. Last year she filled the office of assistant editor. . Her course of training in the Institute will include an editor's workshop, beginning news writing and other features for the young Bobby and Randy Knebel, sons of Mr. and Mrs. James Knebel of Indianapolis visited with their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Knebel, the past two weeks. Darl Harper left last week for Fort Eustis, Va., after spending a month's furlough here with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. George Harper, and Mrs. Harper. •Gary Willoughby of Columbus is spending the summer vacation here with his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Dan White. The Legion auxiliary members and their families enjoyed a covered dish supper on Friday night at the hqmo of Mr. and Mrs. Don Newman. Mrs. Dwight Surber entertained at dinner Wednesday Mrs. Mae Blinn, Mrs. Belle Cain, Mrs. Tom Densborn and Mrs. William Andrews of Winamac, grade teachers in the Star City school. Mrs. Donald Wiesjahn is confined to the Bluffton clinic for two weeks due to a muscular ailment. She is slightly improved. The senior youth group of the Christian church sponsored by Mr and Mrs, Richard Wentz presented two Bible dramas at the Sunday evening church service. Music was in charge of the junior youth group sponsored by Mr. and Mrs. Harold Rude. More than fifty members of the church auxiliary, their children and guests enjoyed the annual picnic held last Thursday at the Rea park in Royal Center. The "Training for Service" class will meet Wednesday night at the church. ' A bridal shower was given Monday night at the school cafeteria honoring Muriel Bonnell, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Argyle Bonnell, bride-elect of Arthur Berger of Pulaski. Brenda Hiatt and Nancy Riser spent the week at Methodist Youth camp at Battle Ground. The W. S. C. S. met at the church Wednesday afternoon. Mrs. Mauti Buck was the panel leader. Worship was led by Mrs. Clark Reed. CROSSWORD PUZZLE *"«"«« Yeium.y, P U Acnosi 1—Suitable 4—Heat (med.) 9—Headgear 12—Above (poet.) 13—Worship H—TJncloae (poet.) IB—Most magnificent 17—Forehead 18—Christmas carol • (Pi.) 13—Flock, 20—Trigonometric function 22—Nimbus 23—Nautical: cease 24—Embryo flower 2E—Prohibit 28—Entranceway 28—Take unlawfully W—Piece for on* 31—Cloth meaxur* 32—Children'* game '33—City In Prancf 34—Tiny partlol* 36—Chastise 37—Church law 39—Massive 40—Poker stake 41—Native carbon 44—Edible root 45—Depart . 46—!Larj;e tub 47—Algonquian ' Indian 48—Afore mature 45—Period of time DOWN 1—Murky condition 2—Comparative ending 3—Across th* Atlantic ntaa aarj a •moss QH arssaa 0aa niaaa HHQ HHH BBS o •aQBa BH E3Q13S1B Q0H journalists. Vicky wi go tp Bloomington Sunday. She will be accompanied there for the day by her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Dunn and family. Miss Carolyn Holder of this city, an 1. U. senior, will be one of the teaching assistants at the Institute. Rochester The Women's Union of the First iaptist Church were entertained in the country home of Mrs. Har old Carruthers, Wednesday afternoon with thirty members present. Assistant -hostesses were Mrs. Claude Alspach, Mrs. Don Shriver, Wrs. Eldon Butler, Mrs. Robert Townsend and Mrs. Harold Gerick. The president, Mrs. Carrulhers, >pened the meeting with group >inging of "America," and "Blessed Assurance." Various reports were given and accepted, as read, eral bills were presented and allowed. A thank you note was •ead from the Ira Bastow family, n appreciation of kindnesses fol- owing the death of Mr. Bastow. Lovely devotions were presented >y Mrs. John MoKinney, > after which a lesson on Japan was most ably given by Mrs. Earl Bailey. "3he told of the customs, clothing, atth and mannerisms of the Japanese people, further illustrating her talk with articles of clothing, china, jewelry, and hand paint- ngs, brought from Japan by re- urned soldiers. The meeting closed >y all praying the Lord's Prayer n uni.son. The hostesses served dainty and •efreshing refreshments at the close of the afternoon. Mr. and Mrs, Carl Overmycr and sons, Carl Bob and Richard Lee, were Thursday eVening guests of Mr. and Mrs. Virdell Overmyer and family, of Fulton. Mrs. Forrest Benedict was hostess lo the What Not Club when it convened in her home Wednesday afternoon, with 22 members and the following guests present: Mrs. Lloyd Beehler and daughter, Beverly; Mrs. Claude Shoemaker and daughter, Claudetle; Mrs. Clinton Benedict, Mrs. Dee Nellans, Anita Weir and Jo Ann Bright. The president, Mrs. Robert Wallers, opened the meeting with the pledge to the flag and the club collect. Tlie history of the song of the month, "Song of Peace" was given by Mrs. Fredrick VanDuyne, after which,the group sang it. Mrs. Van- Duyne gave the devotional thought for the day. The group were favored with a vocal duet by Mrs. VanDuyne and Mrs. Richard Bright, accompanied by Beverly Beehlcr on the accordion. Miss Beehler also accompanied /or the song of the month. Timely tips on frosting were given by Mrs, Kenneth Rookstool, 'and Miss 'Annabel Rupcl, Fulton County Home Demonstration Agent, gave the lesson on Simple Economical Salads, making several which were used with the refreshments served by the committee. Miss Rupcl stressed the use of more green vegetables in salads. 'She further demonstrated that salads can be very attractive and delicious if made of garden greens and vegetables. Mrs, Lowell Long and daughter, Judy, of Western Springs, H. were recent guests of old neighbors and friends in Rochester. Mr. and Mrs. Dale Shaw and son, Bobby Dale, spent Sunday in Michiga'n City,, where they visited with Mr. and Mrs. Vic Overman and family, formerly of Rochester, and Mr. and Mrs. James Cathcart and son, Jimmy. Miss Leonila Badger, of Evansville, Ind. was a Tuesday guest of Mrs. Dale Shaw and family. The ladies were former room-mates at college. The Rochester Lions Club arc most grateful to the paople of Rochester and vicinity (or the wonderful patronage extended to them at their street dance and ice cream festival held on the Court House lawn, Wednesday evening. Moneya derived Jrora these «-, tivities are used in the Community Charity projects to which the club donates so generously. Mr. Earl Burgett was Master of Ceremonies, and Mr. Don Pressel was general chairman. Other chairman were Dale Shaw, Ice Cream Festival; Conde Holloway, Square Dance; Ancil Beall, games; and Charles Rauschke, soft drink stand. The Door prize was awarded •to Mrs. Randell Westwood. Dr. and Mrs. C. E. Gilger had as their week end guests their daughter and family: Mr. .and Mrs. Orville Wciske and daughters, Annette and Renee, of Plymouth. Mr. and Mrs. Norbert Gallager and family are spending their vacation at their summer home at Beaver Island, Mich. Admissions to Woodlawn Hospital are: Mrs. Ray Wagoner, R. R. G; Mrs. Harry Carr, Argos; Mrs. Robert Lewis, 530 Bast 13th street; Ray Moss, Lapeer, Mich.; Mrs. Tony Chancy, Monterey; Mrs. Harold Burmett, Lafayette; Mrs. Rosie Lee Pontius, R. R. 6. Dismissals: Mrs. Charles Helt and son, Rochester; James Briney, son of Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Briney, Fulton. Mr. and Mrs. Arden Miller, Akron, are the parents of a son. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Freltingcr, R. R, 3, are the parents of a son. The sheriff's department arrested Robert Church, 19, 1527 College street, Wednesday evening on a preliminary charge of furnishing alcoholic beverages to minors. He is being held in the Fulton County jail pending further investigation. City police 'and the sheriff's department investigated a traffic accident at Main and Second streets in Rochester, Thursday, which was Ihe only traffic accident reported in the County. J. T. Thomas, 31, 817 East 12th street, driving a car, struck a truck which had slowed to make a left turn, as both vehicles were traveling north. The truck was op- 4— Having rhythmlcil full 5 — Girl'» nam« 6— Defeat 7— •Worthies* leaving > — Note. 'of ftcal* < 9 — Confirmatory 10 — Footles* II— Church bench** 16— Din 17— Fruit of Infll*. 18— Possessed 20 — Enclosure for animals 21— Einr-shap** 22 — Con tor 1 24 — Swamp. 1 26— Landed 27 — Flower 23— Mala ihcep 30— Olrl'i namo 32— Measure of weight 33— Spy 35— Pedal digit 36 — Couragoou* 37— Headgear (pi.) Ox of Celeb** 39 — Graduate (colloq.) 41 — Gelatinous (colloq.) 43— Greek let Burnettsville Mrs. Winifred Troxel who has been visiting in Chicago'and vicinity returned home Friday even ing. Mr. and Mrs. David Gochenour of Logansport were-dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Brechbiel Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Brechbiel, their son Mickey, and Ronnie St. Amant, spent the weekend" with Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Brehbleld at Great Lakas. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Petry of Durham, South Carolina, came Monday to spend a month with her father, C. M. Mertz and other relatives. Mr. and Mrs. William Ruff of Chicago were guests of Mr. and Mrs, Audley flyers Tuesday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Ruff will leave soon for Los Angeles where they 'will make their home. Rev. Virden Graham is on vacation from his duties at the post office. The Missionary society of the Baptist church will hold a meeting at the Church Thursday, July 11, at 2 p.m. John Smoyer was dismissed from White County Hospital Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Hanawalt are parents of a daughter, born June 25 at Home Hospital, Lafayette. Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Viney newly weds, have, moved on the Willard Eldridge farm south of-Burnetts- viile. Jonh Million who was injured in an automobile accident has been placed in a body cast at Logansport Memorial hospital, and has been returned to his home. He suffered a broken vertebra. Young America The 1937 graduating class of the Young America High school held its twenty year class reunion Sunday afternoon and evening at the home of Mr. and Mrs, John Har- erated by Frank Paprocki, Roches-1 vt! y Todd and family of Burling- Thomas sustained a bruised nose, in the accident but his six month old daughter was uninjured. City police charged Thomas with driving a motor vehicle while under the influence of an intoxicant. The affidavit was filed in Fulton circuit court. Thieves who broke into the Bunnell Service station at 1630 Main street sometime Thursday night took about $4 in change, a two' ourner hot plate, a radio and some cigarcels and cigars, city police said. Entry made sometime after 8:30 p.m. through a window on the south side of the station, officers said,, Galveston The Art and Garden club held .Is meeting at the home of Mrs. Elsie Miller. "Natural Beauty of Jie World" was the topic of discussion. "Wild Flowers" were giv- m in response to roll call. The lollowing officers were elected for .he coming year: Mrs. Leuna Cornell president; Mrs. Louraina Buchanan, vice president; Mrs, Es- .her Klepfcr, secretary-treasurer. Refreshments were served .to the above named and to Mrs,' Eva 7ono.s, Mrs, Vera Chambers, MM. Sylvia Grady, Mrs. Frieda Noel, and Mrs. Frances Myers. Follow- .ng the meeting the group went to the home of Mrs. Elsie Touby near Kokomo to see her rose garden. Mrs. John Meister of Kokomo visited Mr. and Mrs. Clon Meister and Mr. and Mrs. John Meister and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Clark and families. Mothers of World War II met at ;hc Legion home and voted to send (75 to the Veterans hospitals In Indiana. A report was given on .he district meeting held in Walton. Those attending from here were Mesdames Florence Weaver, Flossie Ault, Nellie Widup, Mae Kile, Lcona Cree, Nellie Rush, Oma Stanley, Madge Dutchess, and Eva Oldfather. Mr. and Mrs. Ervin Reinke, Mrs. Mabel O'Donnel!, Sharon O'Don- ncll, Mrs, Hazel, Mrs. Vera Cham- >ers, and Mrs. Ada Wilson attended the meeting of the Order of Eastern Star at Converse where. Mrs. Mabel Burch, district depu- y of North Manchester, was mak- ng an official visit. Forty-six persons attended the picnic for the C. H. B. class of the Baptist church at the Riverside park in Logansport. ton. The^roup gathered in the afternoon and enjoyed a covered illsh supper with a wciner roast. Badminton, croquet, table tennis, horse shoe games was the diversion of the evening. Those attending from the class with their families were, Mr. and Mrs. Junior Snider and sons, Flora, (Maxine Garrett) Mr. -and Mrs. Richard Martin and family, Deacon (Richard Martin) Mr. and Mrs. Dwight Lantz and daughter, Kokomo (Carmen Oden) Mr. and Mrs. Ferris and daughter, Kokomo (Dorothy Logan), Mr. and Mrs. John Nelson and family (Geneva Knight and John Nelson), Walton, Mr. and Mrs. Tom Fouts and family Chicago (Torn Fouts "Captain Stubby" from radio station WLS), Mr. and Mrs. Harold Shawver and daughters, Deacon, (Donna Mae Roach) Mr. and Mrs. John Wilson and daughters Deer Creek, (John Wilson) Mr. and Mrs. Chester Meek and family, Bunkerhiil (Chester Meek) Mr. and Mrs. Harry Manning Jr. and family (Marjoric Smith) Mr. and Mrs. John H. Todd and daughters, (Martcll Swarteup) Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Robertson and sons, (Elmo. Housenfluke) being the class sponsor. The class will meet again in two years at approximately the same time, the meeting to be held at the Deer Creek Conservation club with John Nelson as chairman. Mr. and Mrs. Victor Werlz and family and Elwood Cress enjoyed) the weekend in Ohio, visiting rela-j lives and friends and attending the I Middleton, Ohio Centennial. j Mr. and Mrs. Raymond L. Huse accompanied Tom Billings and Joe Huse to the Baptist Camp at North Webster. ' The Pythian Sisters of Helmet Temple 230 of Young America held their meeting and drill practice Tuesday evening at the lodge hall. Mrs. Russell Beck'degree captain was in charge of the practice, for the initiation of three candidates for the Logansport Lodge July 18. There-were twenty one memfctrs present. The Missionary society of the Young America Baptist church met at the home of Mrs. Ira Stafford y/lth Miss Edna Welty and Miss Nina Hopkins assisting the hostess. Devotions were given' by Mrs. Carl Record. Mrs, Mary Henry reported on her attendance of the Franklin House party, Mrs. Sam Cripe, president was in charge of the meeting, Refreshments were served to twenty two members and three, visitors, Mrs. Larry Amos, Mrs. Ruth Tiderick and Miss Evelena Isiac. Mrs. Carl Record, will be chairman for the next meeting; Mr. and Mrs. 0. G. Wilson and daughters Kathie' and Janet have returned from a trip to ,Westover,\ Massachusetts,, -and Washington, D. C. 'Joe Huse won the outdoor cook demonstration in the Carroll county 4-H, ' Mr, Elmer Beck is recovering from a heart attack suffered at his home Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Delbert Smith have returned from a visit with their daughter in Los Angeles, California. Mr. and Mrs. Harley Albaugh of M^ami, Florida are visiting friends' and relatives here. The following members of the Friendship Rebecca lodge of Young America met at^the home of Mrs. Laura Hursh to audit the lodge bootts, present were, Mrs. Delbert Smith, Mrs. Ollmay Wilson, Mrs. Harry Manning Jr. Mrs. Florence Buettner, and Mrs. Earl Yate. Mrs. Grace Immel has been returned, to her home from the St. Joseph Hospital in Logansport. Mrs. Effie Fouts is caring for her. .Miss Mabel Hunter has returned to Florida after visiting relatives here. Eddie Stephens of Virginia is visiting his grandparents Mr. and Mrs. Merle Stephens. Mr. and Mrs. Will Wiley and Mrs. Addle Jones are vacationing in Maywood, California at the home of Mrs. Wileys daughter Miss Betty Brown. NEXT AT STATE Delphi Mrs. G. W. Brehmer of East Main Street will enter St, Elizabeth hospital Sunday, for an operation. Richard Haugh has returned home from a week's trip to Miami, Fla. where he attended a convention. Mr. maier and Mrs. Frank Lachen- spent the week-end' at Marysville, Ohio, with relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Clawson, of Flora, and Mr. and Mrs, Henry Eaton, of Springboro, called on Mrs. Hubert Dunkin, of Flora, at Joan Colling co-stars with James Mason, Harry Belafontc and Joan Fontaine in "Island in the Sun" which starts Sunday at the State. Blues" as a trumpet solo. He was accompanied by Mrs. Ty Welch. New pledges from both sororities added'a typical Atlantic City touch when they vied for the honor of being corwned queen. Crowned "Miss Tri Kappa" was Miss Helen Crosby, and as "Miss Psi Iota Xi" was Mrs. Frank Fine. Serving as master- of-ceremonies for this event was Mr. W. S. Weaver. The after-midnight hours found the crowd relaxing and enjoying a luncheon beneath lights festoon' ed with brightly colored .fish. Those on the Psi Iota Xi committee were Mrs, Myron Beesley, Mrs. Albert Burkle, Mrs. Ted Brown, Mrs. Harold Berry, Mrs. John Jones, Mrs. Delmar Gilmore, Mrs. Lewis Mullin and.'Miss Harold Talbcrt. Serving as co-chairman were Mrs. Eddie Dickson and Mrs. Leroy Smith. Those on the Tri Kappa committee were Mrs. Virginia Delaney and Mrs. Raymond Todd, co-chairman, and Mrs. Boyd Mangus, Mrs. Louella Blythe, Mrs. Robert Pettfaer, Mrs. Enid !Ruel, Mrs. Bud Johnson, Miss Virginia Peterson, daughter Logansport, Indiana, Pharos-Tribune- honor at a Chamber of Commence Dinner at the Elks Club. Kroll will play an exhibition match at the.municipal course here at 1:30 p.m..Sunday and will hold a golf clinic which will be open to the public. He is th professional at the famous Tarn O'Shanter Country Club in Chicago. Torrential downpours totaling 1.46 inches of rainfall wiped out the all-day Fourth of July program planned at Maconaquah Park, and caused minor flooding of some county roads. The Soap Box Derby sponsored by the Lions Club was rained out after only four cars made their runs, and is now scheduled for Labor Day. The Council of Clubs fireworks display will be presented Saturday night in the park bowl. The Wabash River rose over three feet here Thursday, to a level of 10.73 feet. This is well below flood level. the St. Joseph's .hospital at Koko- of Mr . and Mrs> Joe Pe . ers £ n of mo where Mrs. Dunkin is making route 2 _ De lphi, is attending a 5-week high school institute at satisfactory progress following ma jor surgery. Mr. and Mrs. James White, of Delphi, had as recent callers, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Reiff, of Idaville. Mrs. Pearl Chainey, o£ Delphi, who is in ill health, was visited recently by Mr. and Mrs. L. R, Gordon, of Idaville. Mrs. Gordon is rs^ Chainey's sister. Mrs. Mary Bryan, of Camden, has been dismissed from the Memorial hospital. Mr. and Mrs. A. E, Andrew, of Delphi were recent guests at a birthday dinner in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Mark Crlchfield, of Idaville. Occasion for the celebration were the birthdays of Mrs. Andrew, Mark Crichfield and Mrs." John Crichfield. The Boardwalk at Atlantic City, :omplele with- a boat straining at is moorings, was re-created last Thursday, June 27 , at the Delphi Country Club. Against this color- r ul resort background, more than 150 persons enjoyed an evening of lancing at an affair sposored joint- y by the Tri Kappa and Psi Iota Xi sororities. Music was provided )y Larry. Roark and his band, of Lafayette. During a mid-evening Intermission, Jerry Daniels proved himself .0 be a versatile entertainer by roth singing and playing "Sugar Northwestern University, at Evanston, Illinois. Miss Peterson was one of three students in Indiana selected to attend the institute which is for students in the junior grade who are in the upper one- fourth of their class. Miss Peterson is studying public speaking and debate. Peru Harry Thomas Weslcott, a son of Mr. and Mrs. William Westcott of 317 East Main, has been awarded a scholarship to the General Motors Institute, Flint, Mich., at the conclusion of which he will receive a degree in mechanical engineering. Westcott received the-scholarship on the basis of scholarship, activities and general mechanical and engineering aptitude, A 1957 graduate of Peru High School, Westcott was outstanding in athletics and had a high scholastic average. His schooling will alternate two months of study with two months work in varipus departments at Dclco Radio. The fifth year he will spend as his project year, "working at Delco. He is married to the former Sandra Mavrlck of Peru. Ted Kroll, World's Champion Golfer, was welcomed to Peru Friday afternoon, and was guest of Rescue 3 Young Men From Lake Michigan CHICAGO (UP) - Three young men, their 'boat swamped by waves 15 miles out in Lake Michigan, were alive today thanks to an alert officer on an ore freighter. Louis Mucciantc, 21, and Otto Wimipffen, 19, both of Chicago, and Herbert Artelt, 19, struggled! to stay, afloat for five hours Fri-! day before being rescued. Mucciante and Wimpffen, who kept their friend afloat for an hour when he became unconscious were released after examination. Artelt was kept at American Hospital, suffering from exposure. The trio had cast off a the Wilmette, 111., harbor, early Friday morning, outward bound for n weekend trip at Saugatuck, Mich., across the lake. Search Wrecked Cars For "Audrey" Victims LAKE CHARGES, La. (UP)—A careful search of about 20 cars piled up in a church cemetery will be conducted taday, in an effort to account tor more of the 80 per- Charge 1000 Massacred By Haitian Army Former Minister of Health Charges Slum Dwellers Machine-Gunned for Allegiance To Daniel Fifnole NEW YORK <UP)_The Haitian army machine-gunned to death more than a thousand slur.i 'dwellers in Port au Prince the night of June 15, Dr. Camille Lherisson, a former minister of health, said here today. Those who were shot were supporters of presidential candidate Daniel Fignole who was ousted from the country. Lherisson is 55 and has been a physician in Haiti for 30 years. Ha said he had made his own investigation of the massacre by going into the slums, lalkhiR to survivors and then making his own' rough estimate. The victims, he added, were buried in two mass graves both of which have been under constant guard since then. One of the burial places is at Dimanche, northeast of the capital. He explained that on June 15 the army had ordered on 8 p.m. curfew but the Fignole adherents in their shacks and huts set up such a chant and clatter Uiat the troops moved directly into t'leir homes with machineguns and opened fire "indiscriminately." Many of those wounded, according to Lherisson, were afraid to call for aid and when he and other physicians arrived Uiey were dead from loss of b'.ood. Special Deputies To Meet Monday Cass county's special deputy sheriffs will meet at 7:30 o'clock Monday evening in the north court room of the court house, it was announced Friday by Sheriff 0. R. Carson. sons missing and officially listed | The sheriff said there will be a as dead in the aftermath ol bur- quiz program covering state tral- ricanc Audrey. jj c ] aws The cars, driven by 105-mile-an- hour winds and a giant wave, crashed into tombstones behind Sacred Heart Church at Creole. Royal Center _ _. Mr. and Mrs. Russell Fox of Searchers expected to find in the Mark ) e .- Ind; .spent last Friday with cans many o[ the missing who met death while trying to flee the hurricane area. Hospital Notes MEMOIUAL Born: To Mr. and Mrs. Laurel Peters, 1 " 1] 31 North street, a daughter. Admitted: Master Dan Lawson, 1303 North Third street. Dismissed: Raymond Elliott, 207 Seventh street; Owen Fitch, 201 Tacoma avenue; Mrs. Eva King, ery, 1230 Chicago street; Mrs. Rhea Renkenberger, 1002 High street. ST. JOSEPH'S Born: To Mr. and Mrs. George Tetzeloff, route <1, Winnmuc, a son; to Mr. and Mrs. Richard Pitman, 1505 Spear street, a son; to Mr. and Mrs. William Galloway, 928 Sixteenth street, a daughter. Admitted: Mrs. Thelma Culp, Fulton; James Spilznogle, 217 East Columbia street; John Neff, 2:10 Eel River avenue; Mrs. Phoebe Roles, 315 Seventh street. Dismissed: Floyd Cobla, route 1, Burneltsville; Mrs. Avis Knight, 332 Minor street. his sister, Mrs. Nellie Seward. Mrs. Flo Dodt entertained Miss Esta Dodt, Mrs. Mayme Coleman and Mrs. Dora Nelhercutt at a dinner last Thursday. Berlin Pugh was returned to his home last Sunday from the Long Hospital of Indianapolis. Mr. and Mrs. Roscne Sarnur spent Sunday with Mrs. Sarbers son, Mr. and Mrs. Howard Harold of Huntinglon, Ind. who has been ':]. Mrs. Annabelle Scnwaltz and Mrs. Ethel Marlin were shopping in South Bend Tuesday, Mrs. Bertha Hiatt was a Sundny dinner guest of Mrs. Flo Dodt. Miss Jean Ramsey of Winsor, Can, was a week-end guest of Mrs. Elva Hall of Monticello. Master Eddie Sclimaliz spent Tuesday and wzis an over-night guest of Ricky Morphet. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Baik'y were honored wilh a supper Monlay evening at Rea park by Miv and Mrs. Car) Morphet and farn- ly, Mr. arid Mrs. Harlan Schmaltz and son. Mr. and Airs. Clayton Schmaltz and Elmer Schmaltz and children. YOU CAN WRITE YOUR OWN PROFIT MAKING WANT AD! 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