Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on June 5, 1957 · Page 9
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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 9

Logansport, Indiana
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Wednesday, June 5, 1957
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Wednesday Evening, June 5, 1957. Public Installation Conducted By Fulton Rainbow Assembly Miss Donna Hunter was installed as worthy advisor of the Fulton Rainbow for Girls, Assembly No. 92, during public installation rites at the Fulton Masonic hall. The meeting was opened by the Mother Advisor, Merle Fry, after which the drill leader, Shelb Hartz- ]er, escorted the retiring Worthy Advisor, Elsie Button, to the East. The invocation was given by Mrs. Maxine Hartzler and the pledge to the flag was repeated in unison. Donna Hunter, Worthy Associate advisor pro-tern, approached the East and presented the .retiring Worthy Advisor, Elsie Button, •white Rainbow Bible, gift from the assembly, after which she was es corted to the Altar where she signed the Holy Bible and was es corted through an aisle formed by the color stations. Sharyn John ston sang in her honor. Service bars were presented b "Mom" Fry and Elsie Button t the following: Lelia Fry, Sharon Corbett, Diane Hunter, Jeanne Ur bin, aKren Whiteman, Vivian SENIOR CLASS ENJOYS ANNUAL PICNIC AT DYKEMAN PARK Logansport, Indiana, Pharos-Tnbun* Honor Riley 8th Graders Gordon Wolf and Mary Jacot received the awards of the American Legion and the Auxiliary dur- i ing a program Tuesday afternoon at the Riley school. The two graduating eighth graders won the awards for their scholarship and citizenship. The top 10 eigth graders who compiled the best scholastic averages in the last two years at the school were also recognized. They are Mike Baumgartner, Mary Jacot, Carol Liming, Jayne Jackson, Carol Chapman, Carol Johnson, Gordon Wolf, Erin Killion, Carol Myers, and Cheryl Upton. Laban J. Fisher, principal of the Riley-Franklin school, presented the Readers' Digest award to Carol Myers. Brief talks were given by Marvagene Wyrick, James Arnold, and Gordon Wolf. AUTOMATION SOUTH BEND, Ind.—Installation of traffic lights in Rosewood resulted in the dismissal of the suburb's two policemen as being unnecessary. The senior class had their day Monday with a full day's activity. It started with a program at the high school and the reading of-the'. ... . . , h . A pool followed and the activity clos _,_ :„ __j i rri,»_ it. 10r l " Clr P ltnic """en 31 noon. a 7S.lan hinvnh. rnrp Hen class it'ilI and prophecy. Then the ed with a 75-lap bicycle race. Here gathered at Dykeman park swi ~ m at the Municipal swimming is part „, tne class at pykcman U1I1, eLIVlcu i» nivviiiwn, •-• . ___ Montz, Donna Hunter, Elsie But-:/v\endlth Parker IO ton. Sherry Hizer, Shelby Hartz- jW , KI JunP 21 ler, Jean Ann Goodner, CheryljVVea INUTSe June /-\ Blackburn and Vivian Brown. Vivian Brown received the most points for the term and was presented a gift by "™«™" *Vv. Sharyn Johnston, and Shelby Hartzler each received * "pot of gold". The installing officers for the installation were: Elsie Button, installing officer: Sara Hunter, installing marshal; Mrs. Martha Ann Cook, installing chaplain; Mrs. Dorothy Lease, installing recorder; Sherry Hizer, installing musician; Sharyn Johnston, installing soloist. The installing officers were escorted. East by the installing Marshall, Sara Hunter. The installing chaplain attended at the altar and roll call was taken of the officers to be installed, who then entered the assembly room and all were led in prayer by the chaplain. The incoming Worthy Advisor, Donna Hunter, received the badge of her office at the altar and was escorted East by her father, C. Hunter, through an aisle of eight Rainbow Girls who each presented her a color ribbon with an appropriate verse. Sharyn Johnston sang "You'll Never Walk Alone" in her honor. The following officers were in- Mr. and Mrs. Lafe Crothers, of route 1, Russiaville, announce the r engagement and forthcoming mar- Mom" Fry. r ; age of their daughter, Betty Ann, Donna Hunter, to j,i er idith Parker, son of Mr. and Mrs. Russell Parker, of Burlington. Miss Crothers is a graduate of the Parkview School of Nursing at Fort Wayne and is employed at the St. Joseph hospital in Kokomo. Her fiance is a Burlington high school graduate -and is engaged in farming near Burlington. The wedding will take place on the evening of June 21 at the Burlington Christian church. 16 Teams Take Part In Masterpoint Play Masterpoint, night and a 'dinner at the Elks highlighted the Monday night meeting of the Men's Duplicate Bridge club with Id teams participating and the Howell movement being used. North-south winners were the Lafayette and Kokomo teams; east-west, Jack Saadi and John Klein, first; Bill Adkins and Dwayne Hodges, second; Bill Parkins and Bob Sum, third; Fox and Mrs. Charles Orville Viney stalled: Worthy Associate Advisor, f our th. The next meeting is Mon- Lelia Ann Fry; Charity, Diane! dajr eve ning. Daughter Of Former Local Women Weds Of local interest is the announcement of the marriage ot Miss Jane Carolyn Parkinson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harvard S. Parkinson, of LaBelle, Florida. Mrs. Parkinson is the former Mrs, Joseph Clark, of Logansport. Miss Parkinson became the the bride of Cadet Donald R. Pope, son of- Mr. and Mrs. Homer. Pope, of Fort Myers Beach, Florida, Tuesday afternoon at 3 o'clock at the West Point Chapel, United States Military Academy, West Point, New York. The bride attended Florida State University and was formerly employed as a stewardess for Eastern Air Lines. For the past year she has been employed with Hill and Knowlton Public Relations Firm, New York City. • Anoka Church To Mark Family Night The Anoka Methodist church will observe family night Friday evening at 6:30 o'clock with a covered dish supper in honor of members with birthdays in April, May and June, high school graduates, all men and fathers and Rev. and Mrs. Glen Campion. Climax of the evening will be exercises by the vacation Bible school directed by M-rs. Charles Jay. In charge of the supper are Mrs. Bor.nie Washburn, chairman, Mrs. Cleo Smith, Mrs. Martha Mehaffie, Mrs. Gladys Hopper, Mrs. Marjorie Young, Mrs. Dorothy Rush, Mrs. Fern Williams, Mrs. Junie Williams and Mrs. Louise Hook. Editor Speaks During Jefferson FB Meeting Mrs. Edna Colbuy, women's editor of the Hoosier Farmer magazine, discussed stimulation o£ the; mind during a meeting of thej Jefferson township Farm Bureau Tuesday night. Betsy Kraay gave devotions and Mrs. Bud Scott played the piano. Group singing was led by Mrs. Don Forgey. Mrs. Howard Good' rich and Mrs. Martin Snyder of Noble township presented a skit. A Fathers' day program was presented by Pet and Hobby club members. The group included Nelly Watts, Linda Forgey, Tommy Scherer, Jane Beckky, Judy Forgey, Paul Scott, Trina Lou Scott, Mike Ross, Jackie Cooper, and Betsy Kraay. REMEMBER DAD ON HIS DAY 1 (iS^lS ) SUNDAY, JUNE 16TH 1 X -»-i£ART«l:NT STO*^ Thi-fl. „*» moving r,t th«* R A R <Jtor«. 1 Tobacco Dep't, to the Wall street entrance. 1 Tobacco Dep't to the wall street entrance. 1 {•""ir*! rt rt 1 . * V5r * 1 «f?Ws*p!% IJAU 111* ^V&'' ' ^R*^ •M park following the noon picnic. (Pharos-Tribune Plioto-Engraving) ONWARD GRANGE TO MEET The Onward Grange will meet at 8 p.m. Thursday at the Grange hall with entertainment in charge of Nancy Kunkle and Ida Bet:hdol. eshments are in charge of and Mrs. Oren Garber, and MaU' rice Franiz. For little Dippers Short On Care. Long On Wear. GIRLS SUITS 1.98 to 3.98 BOYS SUMS 1.39 to 2.98 Mary's Children's Shop Corner of Pearl & Market FROM OUR LARGE THIRD FLOOR BEDDING AND BEDROOM DEPARTMENTS Hunter; Hope, Shelby Hartzler; Faith, Vivian Montz; Chaplain, Vivian Brown; Drill Leader, Jeanne Urbin; Love, Sharon Corbett; Religion, Sara Hunter; Na- ren Whiteman; Service, Sharyn Johnston; Confidential Observer, Jean Ann Goodner; Outer Observer, Cheryl Blackburn; Musician, Sherry Hizer. The American Flag was presented and all joined in giving the pledge of Allegiance and singing the National Anthem. Sharon Johnston sang "God's Rainbow Shines for You" preceding a talk of "thanks by Miss Hunter who also introduced her family and friends. Lelia Fry presented Miss Hunter with a gavel, gift from the assembly and benediction was given by Mrs. Andah Pickens. Refreshments were served to approximately 55 persons attending. FOUND SHOT TO DEATH WASHINGTON (UP)—The body of Roy Crouch, 25, was found in his home here Tuesday with a bullet wound in UHe head and a gun lying nearby. Police said he was despondent over financial problems. °:* Read the Classified Ads NOTICE VI'' AIJMINI.STHATION STATE OF INDIANA) )KB: COUNTY OF (.'ASS ) JN THE CASS CIRCUIT COURT Al'illl, TKK.M, Iafi7. Nutlet: In liorijby iflvnn that Hubert F. Gorftellno and John W. riurncjllno wfire, on 2lKt day uT Mny, l!l!>7, appointed Co-AUmln- iNtnitorH of IhCi Entails or Mary KllJMilietli Onr»el1ne, UnceuHtitl. All PCI-HONK havInK clalmn aKa | n «t »a'ci (mtatc, wimthor or not [1()W a uc , muni, file tho sumo In .n;tld court within H!X (C) rnonthn fi-om 111" <lJi.tu "C tho Clr.>u. publi- MUlon of Ihln notice or oald clairrm will ho fnrovor liarrod. Dated at LoKariBport, Indiana, thin 21nt day or May. 19T/7. ELIZABETH BIKICKR Cl<;i-lt or tlio Circuit Court for C.'HHH County, Indiana NOR-MAN L,. 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