Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on December 6, 1957 · Page 29
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Friday Evening, December 6, 1957. PLEASANT HILL Greenhouse to Observe Its 20th Anniversary This weekend the Pleasant Hill Greenhouse at 1016 Pleasant Hill street, will observe 20 years of a "happy and successful" existence 3n Logansport under one ownership at one local ion. Hours for the open house celebration have been set for 5-9 p.m. were new members present. Mrs Marion Moyer reported that there were still six. active members of the original Great -Books Club' in Indianapolis, which is in its 13th year. They are: Pierre Goodrich, John K. Ruckelshaus, .Dr. Wayne on Saturday and 1-9 p.m. on Sun-: RittI f. r ' FA ? d . e , rick s h°rtemei€r, Joday, when Santa Claus will be sephine Madden and Helen Buell. there for the tots The owners, Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Yoder came to Logansport from W. Liberty, Ohio. They bought the greenhouse Books"ciubVoundaHon! ThVnext from Mr. and Mrs. George Mor- |meeting will bc held on Tuesday iartv of Lo.sansport. j nighti Jan _ 7 wncn .. The Advance The greenhouse has been at _I016 : ment of Learning" by Francis Ba The-late Mrs. James P. Wason was a member of this group. The local club is in its 10th year and .was sponsored by Pierre Good- 1 rich, Indiana director of the Greal Pleasant Hill street all that time. Four years ago the Voders expanded and opened up a florist shon at 87 Eiqh'ih street. They grow their own crysanthe- iruims and own snapdragons. They also have garden and bedding plants and generally carry a full line of flowers and plants. They also employ a full time designer, who makes up bouquets for weddings and for funerals. He is Jack Sample, who has been with them for 16 years. Another employee, Lucy Moon, has. been with them for 14 years. Mr. Yoder, known as "Ernie", manages the operation and assists often in the designing. Mrs. Yoder does the paper and office work. There are three sales girls. For Christmas this year, the con will be discussed. Melissa Finnegan is .confined to her home near Brookston by illness. She is a daughter of Mrs Rosemary Finnegan, of Delphi. At the recent meeting of the Red Cross directors, now members of the "blood donors" program were announced as 'being: Mrs. James Coghill, Mrs. Dale Maxwell, and Miss Freida Burgitt Mrs. Rosemary Finnegan, was named publicity chairman for the current year. The Blood Mobile John Dalton, Jr., New Assistant At Logan Store CARROLL 5-School Merger Is In Offing 'GOLDEN' DAY GERMANS SEEK AGREEMENT | BONN, Germany (UP)—West German authorities have submit- FLORA—If no objections'are tilled by Dec. 18, the five. schools of Flora, Cutler, Deer Creek, Burlington, and Carrollton shall officially be consolidated. A resolution to merge, the five school districts'was.passed by the trustee and advisory boards of the townships at a joint meeting, .and legal notices of the proposed merger were published this week. A remonstrance petition from any one township can force a referendum on the proposal in that township. The petition must contain 50 signatures. John J. Dalton Jr. has been .assigned to the local J. C.. Penney company store as assistant manager, store officials announced today. Dalton came to'-Logansport from Jackson, Mich, where he took "part in the Penney company management training program. He'spent four years, in the U. S. Air Force, including two years in .Korea as a bomber crew member. He and his wife, Nancy, are living at 1220 East Market street, UUlvi C"li J CWi • J. in, jwiviuw «J.UWJ*M ---a — ( unit for the county visited Cam-! They • have one .daughter, Suzette. den Wednesday. The quota was 127 pints of blood for the county. Because of (he.weather, the registration for volunteer donors was smaller than usual. • Justus Mussellman who submit- ed to surgery at St. Elizabeth Hospital N'otes MEMORIAL: Logansport, Indiana, Pharos-Tribune Jltet | ministry spokesman said today, j conclusion of an agreement which The spokesman said the proposals; will regulate the legal and finan- were given to Ihe ambassadors of • cial position of NATO troops stated new proposals to seven NATO) „ F | Uoned on German soil- >owers in an attempt to conclude. Denmark wnictts ^rSg-SSSTSl ^ Nethenands. He said the pr,^ more than two years, a foreign posals "'""" '-*•""'<•'' '" """»* were intended to speed C| ass jfj ec j Saturday will 'be a big day for Mike Zimmerman, of 1027 Erie avenue. On that day he will celebrate his "golden birthday," an The new school system will 'bei event wh i cn happens only once in known as the Carroll Consolidated | a lifetime. A person's "golden School Corporation. It will include high schools anl grade schools in each-.of the : four towns and a grade school in Carrollton. • Temporary officers of the corporation were elected. They were Don E. Mitchell, chairman, trustee of Democrat township; Carl Overholser, secretary, truiitee of Carrollton township. Next meeting of the boards will- be held on Dec. 19. No further action will be taken until that time. RAID KILLS 23 AFRICANS NAIROBI,-Kenya (UP) —Raiding Merille tribesmen killed 23 birthday" comes in the year when his age and day of the month are| the same. Mike will be seven years', old on the seventh day of the ] month. He is in the first grade at Tipton school and lives with his' grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Errimerd. FRENCH EVACUATE BASES TUNIS, Tunisia (UP) - President Habib. B'ourguiba said today that French troops had peacefully evacuated several military posts in southern Tunisia. He said the move would "reinforce confidence between our two countries." Bour- j DON'T MISS OUT! We Are CLOSING OUT ':»OFF OUR ENTIRE STOCK HURRY! HURRY! HURRY! WHILE SELECTION IS LARGE W OPEN EVERY Ni'TE 'TIL 8 P. M. greenhouse has a full array of|.^ .. tal t ° rned lo his ' homc here snow-laden trees, wreaths, ever- . £ f a Thanks gi v i ri g dinner, greens, and blooming pomsekias. Several persons have noted and remarked about the beauty of their window display. The display seems Indicative of the warmth and reception and success they have met with in their 20 years in Log;ansport. Delphi Joyce Downing has been granted a divorce from Robert Diwn- ing :n Carroll Circuit court. The Hanna and Hanna law firm represented the defendant. The Make Merry class of the Larry Drummond On Army Maneuvers FORT CAMPBELL, KY. (AHT NO—Army Pvt. Larry M. Drum- rr.ond, son of Mr. and Mrs. John J. Drummond, 500 Charles St., Logansport, Ind., is participating as a mock enemy soldier-in a 16-day simulated .combat 'maneuver at Fort Bragg, N. C. The exercise ends Dec. 18. Drummond_, regularly assigned to Company" D of the 101st Airborne Division's '501st Infantry at Delphi Methodist church will meet' Fort Campbell, Ky., entered the Army in January 1956 and completed basic training at Fort Leonard Wood, Mo. The 19-year-old soldier is a 1656 graduate of Logansport High School. Monday night, Dec'. 9, for a cooperative dinner in the church dining room. Hosts for the evening are: Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Burton, Mr. and Mrs. Ross Weaver, Mr. and Mrs. Adolph Timmons, and Mrs. George McCain. The* annual Christmas gift exchange will be a feature of the evenings program. Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Wilson entertained_ at a bul'fet supper on Thanksgiving Day for Dr. and ,. Mrs. C. C. Crampton, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Verrill and Carolyn, and Mr: and Mrs. Earl Sweet, Mina Jo and Susan. The Great Books club met at the Delphi library Tuesday night to discuss "The Minds Road To God", By Saint Bonaventura. Mrs. Tod McCain and Mrs. Philip Sher- Average sale price of milk cows er of Monticello led the discussion. I on American farms was $165 a Two high school students, Robert head in July, 1957; the' highest Ferrier and Michael Bradshaw,[price in the past four years. Nephew of Logansport Woman Fatally Hurt David J. Kennedy, 12, of Ottawa, 111., a.nephew of Mra. Emerson Whiybrew of Logansport, was accidentally killed by a shotgun blast earlier, this week .near his home. He is survived by his parents, Mr. and Mrs. George Kennedy, and three brothers, Everett, Richard and Kenneth. - YOU'LL SEE YOURSELF IN PRINT when DESIGNS ON YOU! peaceful herdsmen last week in a'guiba, 'who has been pressing for T T,n • sudden outbreak of tribal warfare , withdrawal of France's 20 000! Born: To Mr; and^ Mrs. Jonn on Kenya . s p ) a i nS; it was disclosed i troops from , Tunisia, said • the i ,«_... ...-.^ c , ^o,m»,t«r. Mr.!,..,_.. •„„,_,., .. :J M... French jj ad evacuated bases-at! Medenine, Foum Tatouine, Tozeur, Douz and Ben Gardane. TOY 6t TOT SHOP Alfrey, route 5, a daughter; Mr. and Mrs. Russell Dar^e, 924 A East Broadway, a-daughter; Mr. and Mrs. Bob Maggert, 140 Burling- on avenue a daughter; Mr..and Mrs. Curtis Weiarid, 1000 West Market street, a daughter; Mr.; and Mrs. "Paul Rorich, Peru, a son. Admitted: Miss Patricia Farrer, 8!if) Sherman street'. Mrs. Mary Miller, Twelve Mile; Mrs. Mildren Daniels, 504 Bates street; Mrs. Patricia Logan. Walton. Dismissed: Mrs. Goldyn DeBoy, 2426 East Broadway; Mrs. Paul, Duddleston and son, 2124 George] street; Mrs. Olin Hardy' and daughter,' route 1; Mrs. Agnes Hicks Bringhurst; Mrs. Virginia Hunter, Culver; Mrs. Ethel_Keller, 1127 Wheatland avenue; Mrs. Evelyn Roller, 514 Franklin street; Mrs. Martha Smith, Burnettsville. Official sourcus said,-the Merilles swooped across the tribal boundary, shot their way into' a segment of Turkana territory with outmoded Austrian and Italian ri-. ties, attacked three villages and killed 23 -men before withdrawing. It was the third such attack in four weeks, they said. 1228 E. Broadway 1228 E.Broadway BABY FOUND 0EAP STAMFORD, Conn. (UP)—Five persons including an infant boy were found dead today in.a gas- fllled apartment. . • . son, iw iwnsc, wi ! lie Green, about 30 the only, Olin HardV and sur V wor . was taken to Stamford Olm Hardy ana ^.^ Doct ors said his condition was poor. ST. JOSEPH'S 'Admitted: Mrs. Lillian Blunk, 538 Bates street; Orie McManna, Young America; Charlres Carpenter, 18'A Wheatland avenue; Herbert Elzroth, route 4; Master Gary Krantz, 834 Wheatland avenue. Dismissed: Richard Reser, 317 Eighth street; Samuel Barry, 1100 West Wabash avenue; Mrs. Delia Hughes,- Walton; Joseph Moritz, B34 West Linden avenue; Mrs. Felicitas Rose, 817 Spear street. There are more than 5,000,000 lieadf of dairy cattle in Australia. Both sexes of the bighorn sheep have horns which are never shed. FROM BASKET BALLS OFHCIAL SIZE AND WI-IGHT 515 Broadway Phone 2310 The Largest Sperling Goods & Toy Store in ioganspbrt ... with fashions newest proclamation — the warped print! (a subtle mottling of mutei] colors). A wide-jewel buckle on the cummerbund anchors the flowing panel on this pure sills sheath that nestles perfectly under your furs now -. and later can go uncoateil to luncheon alone:. Custom sizes 12% to 22^> Olive Green, Empress Blue, \ $ 49 .95 326 ta*t Broadway Slacks lot ... the most practical and appreciated ... expecia/fy when tailored by GULF STREAM OPEN TOMTE 'TIL 9 P.M. No mon ever has too many slacks ... it's the most useful of all Christmas gifts! It will be especially welcome if it has the Gulf Stream label ... the slacks that_look like custom-tailored, and fit like custom- tailored. When you give Gulf Stream, you give the best! from $8.50 SRHIIHCIDO &&Mtfffjfrl<£s 313-315 E. Market St. To Attend Our Christmas Open House "A HOLIDAY FANTASY" in Celebration of Our 20th CHRISTMAS SEASON IN LOGANSPORT Saturday/December 7—5 to 9 p.m. Sunday, December 8 — 1 to 9 p m. O N OUR TWENTIETH ANNIVERSARY, may we express cur deep appreciation for the response you have given to our constant efforts to improve our service, and our hope for many more years of happy associations with the fine' people of our adopted city. Our redecorated flower shop is our contribution to the "Better Logansport" program. Just now it is filled with lovely Christmas things we think you will enjoy seeing at our Open House. We list a few: Glistening snow-laden trees in many sizes arid colors Yuletide arrangements of many kinds A houseful of blooming poinsettias Many varieties of Christmas greens Wreaths - evergreen, flocked and artificial Door arrangements to welcome .Christmas guests Many ways, old 'and new, of saying "Merry Christmas" We'll be looking for you! Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Yoder and Employees Santa Claus has promised to be here Sunday afternoon to greet the young and the young in heart. Bring the children. He'll expect them. PLEASANT HILL GREENHOUSE 1016 Pleasant Hill Dial 5144

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