Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on June 5, 1957 · Page 6
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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 6

Logansport, Indiana
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Wednesday, June 5, 1957
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Six Logansport, Indiana. Pharos-Tribune Committees Of Eagles Homed By President New Officers Of Local Aerie Installed In Ceremony At Eagles Home Tuesday Night Committees for the year were appointed by Carl W. Zimmerman when he was installed as the new president of the local Aerie o£ Eagles Tuesday night by L. F. Brenner and James Humes, installing officers. Other new officers installed are Tom Cowell, junior past president; Raymond Ristedt, vice-president; Paul Farrer, chaplain; G. R. Bender, secretary; C. R. Berndt, treas-| c j s Gilsinger, Lawrence Read, urer; Francis Gilsinger, conductor; | Leonard Foster, Merle Hughes. Eugene Moran, inner guard; Lloyd i p a t ron Eagle award went to Musselman, trustee for three j Rucly Brant and tne Patron Eagle J' ears - i award for the year went to Dale Klumpp for first place and others Mike Long, Lloyd Musselman, T. C. -Power. Sick committee—G. R. Bender, chairman; Harley Horn, Ben Neumann, Pete Grantham. Grievance—F. W. Hepperle, chairman; Lloyd Musselman, T. Dillman, Leo Root. Patron Eagle—C. R. Berndt and Don C. Root, co-chairman; Lawrence Read. Memorial Foundation — L. F. Brenner, chairman; G. R. Bender. Youth Guidance—Herb Farrer, chairman; Lloyd Musselman, Tom Cowell. Trial—L. F. Benner, chairman; C. R. Berndt, Art Fross, Chester Sheets. Plans were made for family program on Friday and Saturday's dancing, which features music by Bob Williamson's band. Membership awards for the year, ending May 31, went to William L. Spring, James Humes, Bert Fultz, Art Laflin. Attendance awards went to Don Cook, Fran- The committees are; Auditing—L. F. Brenner, chair- were: Kenneth E. Titus, Leonard man; Art Fross, Mike Mussel-1 Foster, William H. Baer, George man. | T. Huffman, Nick Forte, Joe F. Decorating of graves—Hershelj Marshall, Monroe E. Alfrc-y, War- Page and William S. Baker, cochairmen. Christmas committee—Herb Farrer, chairman. Picnic committee—Harry Dunphy, chairman. Membership—Ray Ristedt, chairman; Paul Farrer, C. R. Berndt, Leo Root, G. R. Bender, Dr. J. J. Stanton, Art Fross, Ed Pursch, Perry Laymon, L. F. Brenner, A. J. Sharp, Gorman Wise, Ted Dillman, Robert Wilson, Paul Brandt, Ward Grandstaff, William II. Bender, Herb Farrer, A. L. Tyre, Jim Humes, Charles 0. Dutrieux, Robert Grandstaff, George Weisenberger, Pete Grantham. Finance — Herb Farrer, chairman; William Grusenmeycr, Paul Spitznogle, J. W. Clem, Jesse Morgan, Eugene Moran. Member security—Francis Gil- .singer, chairman; Perry Laymon, Koy Koenig, Ward Grandstaff, F. W. Hepperle, Gorman Wise, Harold Heeser, Ballard Gray, Ivan Gray, Herb Farrer. . Entertainment — Paul Farrer and Francis Gilsinger, co-chairmen; J. W. Clem, Leonard Foster, James Gugle, Jim Humes, Art Fross, Chester Steels, Lawrence Read, Paul niggle. Ed Pursch, Herb Farrer, Harry Dunphy, Eugene Morgan, .John Shclhart, Pete Grantham. James Pursch, Ted Dillman, John Hurlburt, Nick Smith, Ray Ristedt. Publicity—Harry Rinicr, chairman; G. R. Bender, Her!) Farrer, William S. Baker, James Humes. Investigating — J. W. Clem, chairman; Tom Cowell, Lawrence Read. Athletics—Ben Neumann, chairman; G. R. Bender,Harry Uunpliy, ren L. Hinkle, Everett Montgomery. Crepello Wins English Derby EPSOM, England (UP) — Favored Crepello beat American- owned Ballymoss by a length and a half today and won the English Derby at odds of 6 to 4. Ballymoss, 33 to 1 shot owned by John McShain of Philadelphia, look second place by a length and a half over Pipe of Peace, a 100 to 8 shot owned by Stavros Niar- chos of Greece. Cropello, owned by Sir Victor Sassoon already won the first leg of England's "triple crown" of the turf on May 1 when he captured the 2,000 Guineas at Newmarket. He went to the- post today as one of the hottest favorites in liho derby in the last 10 years. Nationalists Warn British Shipping TAIPEI. Formosa (UP) — Nationalist China warned Britain today thai British ships will enter Chinese Communist ports at their own risk. The warning coincided with tho lifting of the British trade ban with Helping, offeclivc today. A Nationalist military .'.pokes- man. Rear Adm. Liu Ho Tu, said there is no change in Nationalist China's 7-year-old determination to seal off Red OSiina ports. Gill Elected 40 et 8 Head Joe Gill was elected chief De Gare and a girl was selected for a nurses' scholarship next year at a meeting o£ the 40-and-8 club Legion Wednesday night. Name of the girl was not revealed because the club wishes her to be surprised. The new scholarship will put four nurses in training next year that have been sponsored by the club. Tuitions are paid and girls are given monthly allowances. Other 1957-58 officers elected were James Wheeler, chief de train; Ed Monahan, commissaire intendent; Don Michael, correspondent; Wayne Walker, con- ducteur; William Stevens, sous conductor, Douglas Martin, grade la porte; Harvey Birnell, lampi- tse; Robert Bridges, commisseur voyage; Charles .Lee Stuart, aemo- nier; .Robert 'Baber, Cheminats; and Harold Tuberty, 3-year term on nurses' training board. Delegates to the Grande Promenade which will be held at Indianapolis July 13 were: Birnell, Stuart, Gerald Knauff, and Woody Rynearson, and alternates Baber, Wheeler, Gill, and Walker. Walton Post No. 418 has invited the club to attend installation of its officers at Walton Thursday, June 13, at 8 p.m. Woman Leaps To Her Death From Window Thirty-Two Year Old Divorce Jumps From 38th Floor Of Chicago Board Of Trade Building CHICAGO (UP)—Chicago police today sought to unravel the mystery o[ how a young divorcee gained entrance to a 38th floor of• fice from which she plunged to her death. The woman, identified by a dentist's receipt as Mrs. Marie Devaney, 32, apparently jumped from the office of Thomas'?. McGuire, a grain' broker late Tuesday. The velocity of her fall ripped all her garments except her underclothing from her body. Mrs. Devaney, the mother of a )oy aged 7, struck a ledge of the nsurance Exchange Building and roke a glass door when her body it the sidewalk. She leaped or fell from the Soard of Trade Building, Chica- o's second tallest building, locat- d across the street from the In- urance Exchange Building, a dis- Ball State Graduates Record Class of 1,050 Ball State Teachers College in Muncie conferred a record 1,050 degree's at its commencement exercises Tuesday. It was the only commencement in Indiana that day, and non e was scheduled for today. No honorary degrees were awarded. Dr. Harlan Hatcher,' president of the University of Michigan, urged the graduates to "return to meditation and the roots ot tradition and history." Hatcher was commenccmnut speaker. The degrees were awarded by Ball State President Dr. John R. Emens. Heads GOP Campus Division IN'DIANAiPOUS (UP)—Allon V. Strong Jr., Bloomington, today was appointed chairman of the collegiate division of the Indiana Younj,' Republicans. Strong succeeded Stanley Matlh- cny, also of Indiana University. The appointment was announced by Rtxbcrt W. Matthews, chairman of the Indiana Republican State Central Committee. MOHLMAN'S FOR THAT COOL AMERICAN LOOK one of which will make your favorite graduate happy for a long, long time. Each a marvel of accuracy - each distinctively styled - each combines time-telling prowess with good look*. Extra Liberal Allowance for Your Old Watch on One of These New Beauties. USE MOHLMAN'S BUDGET PLAN AS LOW AS 50c DOWN 50c PER WEEK MOHLMAN& 303 FOURTH STREET *fXA waftrcR cf/mar Whether you're 16 or 60, you're, clad for cool comfort in those smartly designed gingham-plaid sport shirts. Tops in looks-a cinch i to wash. Available in a \x wondorful choice of new Y effects. Guaranteed I washable. Buy several . today. $2.95 to $4.95 "next to myjnll I like 'B.V.D.' host" *'I.V.D."u»MO iMDiumor D.Vn.co.INC. GREENSFELDER BROS Mrs. Devaney was employed by American Barge Lines, whose of- ices are adjacent to McGuire's. However, J.J. Kane, office manger for MeGuire's office, U>)d po- ice he had closed the offices for he night several hours before Mrs. Devaney's fall. , A four-foot wide ledge extends rom the offices of American Barge Lines to MeGuire's office, ind il was thought Mrs. Devar.ey Altered McGuire's office by this oute. Police said McGuire apparently ad ho connection with the case. Mrs. Devaney was estranged rom her husband two years ago. TRAFFIC INJURIES FATAL SOUTH BEND (UP) — Injuries uslained Memorial Day when his a.uto crashed on a county road near here and hit a tree were fatal Tuesday for Charles E. Baumgarte, 36, Nilcs, Mich. Temperature To Hit 80's 1 By UNITED PRESS Indiana got set for temperatures in the 80s again today and the weatherman indicated summer- like readings will prevail for the next five days. Evansville reported a maximum of 83 Tuesday and at least four cities—Indianapolis, South Bend, Fort Wayne and Lafayette—had highs of 80. Afternoon highs were expected to hit the low.80s again today. The extended outlook called for temperatures averaging near or slightly above normal highs of 7580 north to 80-85 south and minimums of 55-60 north to 60-65 south. •Precipitation during the period will average one-quarter to three- quarter inch in the extreme southern portion, to less than one- quarter north and central as scattered showers tonight or Thursday, and again around Sunday or Monday. Most of the state had comfortable overnight readings.' The mercury went as low as 51 at Fort Wayne and 53 at Goshen. Evansville had a warm G6. Question Boy Hunter In Death of Hoosier SULLIVAN, Ind. (UP)—Police today sought to determine if the death of Levy B. Hicks, 65, Sulli- i van, was caused by a stray bullet from the gun of a youth who was shooting birds near the scene. Hicks' body was found along the Illinois Central Railroad tracks near here late Monday. There was a bullet wound in his head and another in the leg and police said he had been dead about an hour when the body was discovered. No gun was found. A 16-year-old Sullivan youth was picked up for questioning Tuesday. Police said he admitted he was shooting birds in the vicinity about the time Hicks was shot. Wednesday Evening, June 5, 1957. Pilgrim Holiness to Hold Bible School ance of 60 fee;. | vacation Bible school at the Pil- Pohcc reconstructed Mrs. Deva- grim Holiness church will be con- ey s actions after some of her ducted .June 10 through June 21 arments and bloodstains wcre. wilh Bernice Carroll as director, ound in McGuire s ofice by a crubwoman. She slashed her 'rists in a washbasin, awaited ealh, and then went to the win- low. Before plunging, she removed er shoe and ed coal ad hem alongside her purse eft Velma Boiler will be lendent of the beginners department; Marcella Minks, the primary department; Rev. Carroll the teen-age group; Mrs. Vernon Funk is music director. Virginia Dodrill will give the missionary lessons. Persons desiring transportation are asked to call 2243. Why "Good-Time Charlie 77 Suffers Uneasy Bladder Such a common thinif n» umvUo «uLfnit ir drlnklntr nuiy bo u iiaureo uf milil, but ..nnuyinir b!iulc!cr irritiiUunu—miUcinif you feul rciitlimn, tonne, Jind uncomfui'tablo. Ami if rtifiUuiin nltfhtu, wllli miKiclnff bucknclio, liuiulnchti or immcnliir ach«n uml puiim due to ovcr-iixortldii, iilnifn or cmoLiorml upout, ni'u lultlinfr t.» your mliiory — tlou't wnlt — try Doun'u Pills. •' Doim'u IMIlti Imvo Ihi-oo ouLntnndintr «'l- viinLiiuuii—net, in three wuyit for your npuudy return to comfort. 1—They lmv« an until UK (thing oifticl; on liliuldur IrrJla'Jonii. 2~ A Burnettsville Hires Ball State Graduate As New Cage Coach BURNETTSVILLE — Eugene Hany, a 1957 graduate of Ball State Teachers college, will be the new athletic coach, succeeding Dick Hanaway, who moved to Tipton after a successful season. Trustee Wayne Townsley, who made the announcement, said the new coach is married and has two children. He will probably move to Burnettsville early in August. Hany majored in social studies and physical education at Ball •State and was a member of the varsity track team. He played high school basketball at Elkhart. Rain Hampers Search KEMPTEN, Germany (UP) — Heavy rains today hampered the search for the bodies of the 14 West Germany army recruits who were, swept to their deaths Monday by the rain-swollen Iller River. Card of Thanks We wish to thank our friends and neighbors, Rev. Harold King, pallbearers, organist. McCloskcy-Ham- ilton funeral home, St. Joseph hospital, nurses and aids and anyone who helped in any way for kindness, floral offerings and cards during illness and death of our loved one. —The family of Nellie F. Sellers. fmiL piiln-roliwvtliH: jicllnn nelio, liuiLiluclitin. numculit MI natorinu: Imclt- _ iiclma mid piilnii. »-A womlorrully mllil illurullc uctimi thru tliu Icidnuyii, LumllriK tit liicromm tilt! tmtinit ot Iho If, mllcH of klilnoy tul>™. So, gat tho Hitmu Imiipy rulluf n-.Ullonn Iiiwo liiljoyuil for ovci- (!() yisui-lt. Auk for new, JILI'K'!, ticononiy ulxu nnd HRVU money. GiilDoiin'erwu tudiiy I II Sensational Electric Razor Offer! 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VALUE WINNER CAR LIFE, tho family auto magazine, sums up its Mid- Yoar Report with these words: "CAR LIFE chooses Plymouth no today's Overall Beat Buy because we feel that it offers more and bettor transportation value than any other 1957 car regard- Icaa of price." ECONOMY WINNER Plymouth swept Us field in tho Mobilgim Economy Hun ... won first plnco for economy in "ClanH A"—tho division that included all the woll-known low-priced niw! Plymouth is proved the big economy cur of tho low- price field! • L 1957 MOTOR TREND AWAND HANDLING WINNER The 1957 MOTOR TREND Award for "significant engineering advancement" went to Chrysler Corporation cars—and Plymouth is the No. 1 cnr of Chrysler Corporation. As the award stated, it is for "Superior Handling and Readability Qualities," made possible by Torsion-Aire suspension. STYLING WINNER Dell's :i 957 CARS ANNUAL givc-s PLYMOUTH the "Style Loader of tho Year Awiird," UK . . . "Stylo Loader of tho American Automotive Industry." Recognition from tho experts of Plymouth's superb styling, which has helped miike it the world's moat wanted cnr. Enjoy groat TV entertainment from Plymouth I Th» Inugh and love hit ol tho yonr, "DATE WITH THE ANGELS," starring BETTY WHITE, nnd LAWRENCE WELK'S "TOP TUNES AND NEW TALENT." Sat TV section for tlmt and station. . .. the Car of Verified Valu*

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