Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on June 6, 1957 · Page 2
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Two , Logansport, Indiana, Pharos-Tribune Finns Greet N. Khrushchev And Bulganin Top Soviet Leaders Enroute to Helsinski for A Goodwill Visit HELSINKI, Finland (UP)— The Soviet political team of Nikita S. Khrushchev and Nikolai Bulganin •ped toward Finland today on a visit aimed at wiping out Scandinavia's memories of Hungary with a display of Soviet-Finnish friendship. Premier Bulganin and Communist Party Chief Khrushchev were traveling with an impressive group that included Foreign Minister Andrei Gromyko, Culture Minister Nikolai Mikhailov, Security Chief Gen. Ivan Serov, Vice Foreign Trade Minister Pavel Kumykin and Deputy Chief of Staff Gen. Mikhail Matinin. A small group of Finnish foreign office officials waited at the border station of Vainifkala to meet •the Russians's train when it crossed the border.' The big red carpet welcome by Finnish government leaders was reserved for their arrival in Helsinki at 5 p.m. This was a quick return visit for Serov who spent two days in Finland last week checking security arrangements. A public uproar forced cancellation of his presence on the 1956 London visit of Bulganin and Khrushchev but he was in and 'out of Finland without being recognized. The week - long visit will be crammed with sightseeing, receptions and dinners. Two occasions were set aside for formal talks but the Finns were close-mouthed about topics to be discussed. Speculation on the subjects of the talks ranged from new trade proposals to military pacts. It was understood Russia might want to offer Finland more coal and oil and that Finland might be agreeable to expanding trade with Russia U it could receive payment in hard currency for depleted re- §erves. The military aspects might include examination of the situation that has arisen in the Bailie with with emergence of West Germany as a naval and economic power. Speculation was that the Kremlin might try to persuade Finland to abandon its neutrality and adhere to the anti-NATO Warsaw Pact. Collision of Trains Kills 20 in Mexico CORTAZAR, Mexico (UP) — A freight train killed at least 20 persons and injured 30 more Wednes<lay night when it crashed into a crowded passenger train near this town in central Mexico. A local Red Cross official said It was feared the death toll would 40. Winamac Mrs. Lowell Wilson, clerk of the Pulaski county selective service board, reports, the folowing group is to report at the induction center, at Indianapolis, June 12: Carl James Reinholt, of Monterey, for induction; Fred Arnold demons of Star City, David W. Forest, Ronald Arthur Powers, Arthur Vincent Berger, and Dwight Eugene Goble of Winamac, for physical examinations. Mr. and Mrs. John Dilts and Mr. and Mrs. Russell Dilts are leaving today (Thursday) for West j Point, N. Y., to attend the wedding ! of Miss Catherine Smith of Montgomery, Ala., and Thomas Garigan of Winamac, which will take place June 8. They will also visit in Westfield, N. J., in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Allen Dilts and family. The Mary Martha circle of the M.E. church met Monday evening at the home of Mrs. Margaret Beauchamp, with Mrs. Janet Hartwick as assistant hostess. A memorial service for Mrs, Ruth Olson was held and the group is giving two hymnals, to the church in memory of her. This was the last meeting to be held until September. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Sorenson, entertained their Pinochle club Wednesday evening. The Alibi Bowhunters held a Field Round, Sunday, at Welcome- in-park, Archery range. Trophy cups and ribbons were awarded in each class. Bowman 1st place ' (high score) Ray Haschel, 2nd, Jack Felker, 3rd, Ray Felker, Archer, Cecil Button, Novice, Don Files; Jr. boys, James Button Jr. girls, 1st, Mavis Felker, 2nd, June Button. The next shoot will be a rabbit hunt, July 7, with archery films in the evening. A son was born Tuesday, June 4, to Mr. and Mrs. Robert Alexander, of Winamac, at Car.ncal hospital. Mrs. Alexander is the former Miss Marilyn Nims. Mr. and Mrs. Marsal Back of North Judson, have purchased and are now operating, the South End service station. They plan to move here as soon as they can locate a place. A Bon Voyage dinner was held in the Winamac park, Sunday, June 2, in honor of Mrs. Lawrence Hamilton and. daughter, Debby, who are leaving Saturday, to join Pfc. Lawrence Hamilton in France. Guests were Mr. and Mrs. Sam Rearick and children, Carson and Charlene, Mr. and Mrs. Ora Whipplc, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Cloud, Mr. and Mrs. Dick Ewing and son, Mrs. Flossie Felker and daughter, Shirley, Mrs. Bertha Roach and Mr. and Mrs. Art Rearick of Winamac, Mrs. Tony Apostle of Francesville, Mr. and Mrs. William Hamilton and daughters, Marie and Louise, and Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Smith and daughter of Walkerton. A three day assembly of the Jehovah Witness church will be held at Niles, Mich., June 8, 9 and 10, Those going to the various sessions, are Mr. Robert Edgell, Jr., Mrs. Irene Nightengale, Mrs. Ade- Monticello Jim Buis, who recently spent a two weeks furlough with his mother, Mrs. Mildred Buis and sister, Joy, has written her his new address as he was sent from Patuxent River, Maryland, to Norfolk, Virginia. Anyone wishing to write him his address is: James Buis, 9656311 AD3, VAP-62, N.A.S., Norfolk, Virginia. Jimmie has one more year to finish his enlistment in the navy and will observe his 20th birthday July 24. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Clerget and Miss Ruby Tucker attended the 105th commencement at Purdue Hall of Music Sunday, June 2, where Charles Clerget was a member of the graduating class and received his Bachelor of Science Degree in Agriculture. Charters is a member of Alpha Kappa Lambda fraternity. Following the commencement exercises all were dinner guests of Miss Marilyn Clerget of 255 South Grant street, West Lafayette. Other guests were Nancy and Ruth Ann Clerget and Miss Wanda Alderfer o! Bourbon. Mrs. -Ezra Sluyter, of route 3, Monticello, has received word her sister, Mrs. Minnie Davis, of Bourbon, Ind., slipped on a rug recently and broke her back in the fall. She is a patient at the Memorial hospital at South Bend. The Monticello Methodist church announces a change in schedule of services for the summer months. Since Sunday, June 9, is the closing day of the Northwest Indiana Conference which is meeting in Lafayette, the following schedule will be followed this Sunday. A worship service will be held from 8:30 a.m. until 9:15 a.m. The White County Chorus will sing, "Hear My Prayer" by Will James and Mrs. Hushton Smith will' be at the organ. The' Church School will meet from 9:30 a.m. until 10:20 a.m. Harold C. Phend is General Superintendent and Floyd Rose is assistant superintendent. There will be no worship service at the usual hour of 10:30 on this Conference Sunday. Friends and relatives of Joyce lartke and Donald German are in- 'ited to their wedding Friday at ':30 p.m. in the St. James Luther- m church in Reynolds. Miss Hartke is the daughter of fir. and Mrs. Alfred Hartke, of Chalmers, and Mr. German is the on of Mr. and Mrs. Harry German, of Brookston. Reports from hospital: Births: To Mr. and Mrs. Jackson ine Hero and son, Ronald, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Hansell, Mrs. Smma Mars, Mrs. James Roe, luth, Sylvia, and Myrtle Fiedner, Cenneth Feig, Ray Clark, Mr. and UTS, Jonas Wolfe, Mrs. Maggi 'homas, and children, Carol anffl John, Mrs. Emily Jensen and son. Mrs. R. R. Shaw will so to La- ayefcte, Monday, June 10 to attend business meeting of the State lome demontration association. She will stay for the summer con- erence June 11, 12 and IS. It will >e held at Purdue University. She s a board member from the LaPorte district. ON DUTY ... or off! fo»y, Handsome, ond right ... for 0 nton's summer. Our new low- took, smooth-front leather mocca- •bi with- a shock-absorbent wshiony sofe for downright comfort. Our new hop-sacking fabric casual with a deep sponge rubber »c4e. Sport jtitrt or eollor-and-tie ... you'll be right tf you're ready Wifh the«e two! •***.>*'•*»>• fabric. MW» 4 In b W to J hi brown Merit Shoe 124 Broadway, logansport Crowded R. 4, Monticello, a daughter. Dismissals: Mrs. Emma Albin, Idaville; ^Gurney Wickens, R. 2, Monticello; Richard Vincent, R. 1, Monticello, transferred to Cold Springs Veterans Hospital, Indianapolis; Mrs. Vena Christy, R. 2, Royal Center; Mrs. Muriel Armold, idaville; Mrs. Richard Hunt and daughter, R. l, Monticello; Miss Paulette Sieckrnan, Reynolds; Mrs. Harold Heiff and son, Burnettsville. Walter Heimlich, rural mail carrier on Monticello, route 2, remains a patient in White county Memorial hospital for observation and x- ray following an accident Tuesday at the' top of the hill in Roth's Park when his 1955 car and a car driven by George Druding of Beech Grove were in head-on collision. Mr. Heimlich had just started into the park to make his mail deliveries. He sustained chest bruises .and a bump on his head and suffered from shock. He is in room 30-2, Eight From Cass Given Ball State College Degrees' Two Cass county residents received Master's degrees at the Ball State Teachers college Commencement exercises Tuesday at Muncie, while six others received Bachelor's degrees. The Master of Arts in Education degree went to Eileen T. Copeland, 715 WheaUand avenue, city, and to Dean.R. Lenon, Galveston. Recipients of Bachelor degrees were Wilfred E. Brosey, 1718 East Broadway, city, B. S.; Dorcas Charlene Condon, route '3, city, B. S. in Education; F. Patrick Cronin, Jr., 2301 High street, city, B. S. in Education; Eleanor Ann Girard, route 6, city, B. S. in Education; Bruce Franklin Stuart, 1018 Twentieth, city, B. S. in Education; and Wilma Hose Woolever, route 1, Walton, B. S. in Education. Others in this area who received Master's degrees were Lyman Herbert Bond, 393 West Thirteenth, Peru; Patricia Jean Mahley, 63 West Fifth, Peru; William Dean Neal, Idaville; and Robert Henry Reifel, Camden. Recipients of Bachelor's degrees included Harold Eugene Carter, Idaville; John Michael Coston, 20 Ewing street, Peru; Phyllis Ann Crowel, route 1, Delphi; Ester Marie Dawson, Akron; James L. Doerr, 228 West Main, Peru; Leonard Ray Draving, 65y 2 North Smith, Peru; Max Duane Fraley, Converse; William A. Lawrence, 302 Jackson, Peru; Carol Sue' Mannies, route 2, Kewanna; Barbara Ann McKinney, 23 Park avenue, Peru; Robert G. Miller, route 2, Peru; Connie Diane Newell, 213 Fulton avenue, Rochester; Joyce Ann Ohlman, 271 West Tenth, Peru; Susan Anne Petersron, route 1, Burnettsville; Sid Shannon Reffett, route 1, Kewanna; Kenneth Lee Richardson, route 4, Peru; Norms Marlene Sullivan, route 3, Peru; Barbara Ann Waechter, Akron; and Adrien Witkowski, route 3, Winamac. 409-415 E. BROADWAY DIAL 4166 Hold Boys For Thefts Three Lafayette boys, two 14 and other 12 years of age, are being held in jail at Lafayette for thefts Tuesday night in and near Logansport. When they were taken into custody Wednesday by a state trooper they had two bicycles they had .stolen here as well as some articles belonging to Henry Milter, one of the proprietors of Logan Auto Salvage, which they had stolen from the trunk of his car parked at the Auto Salvage on highway 25. The articles taken from the car included a box of clay. pigeons, a sleeping bag, three pounds of gunpowder, a box of muzzle loading tools, 25 pounds of lead balls for muzzle loading rifles,^ a hunting knife, 10 boxes of percussion caps, and on box of 16 gauge shotgun shells. Deputy Sheriff Roy King found the sleeping bag across the railroad tracks from the Logan Auto Salvage where the boys had abandoned it. When the boys were apprehended they had only the hunting knife, a few lead balls and a few percussion caps. Sight Russ U-Bbat In English Channel LONDON (UP) — Soviet long range submarines passed through the English Channel for an unknown destination Wednesday night,, the Admiralty disclosed today. The submarines were believed to be of the latest type with a displacement of some 2,000 tons and capable of cruising at long range over extensive periods of time. .- The Admiralty said three of the submarines, escorted by minesweepers, were sighted. Officials said it was not usual for Russian submarines to pass through bhe English Channel but the re was no legal ground to stop them. Webb Chapel Plans Open House Sunday The public is invited to attend •the 25th annual homecoming of the Webb Chapel church Sunday. Sunday school will be at 10 a.m. after which a carry-in dinner will be served. A special program has bean arranged for the afternoon session wi|>h Rev. H. H. Hashberger, city, as the guest speaker. , Officers in charge are Dick "Laymen, Fred MOM and Danny Nice. Christian Church Bible School Will Open Monday Morning Annual Daily Vacation Bible School will begin at the. Ninth treet Christian church Monday morning, 9 a.m. for boys and girls rom 3 years of age thru jr. high. Classes will be held from 9 a.m. o 11 a.m. daily except, Saturday until June 21. The sessions will in- lude Bible lessons and stories, games, sacred music, handwork ATHL0TE1S FOOT GERIM HOW TO KHJL IT. IN ONE HOUR. not pleased, your 40c back at any drug counter. This STRONG germicide sloughs off infected skin. Exposes more gcrrns to its killing action. Use instant-drying T-4-L day or night. Now at Porter Drug; Busjahn Drug. Thursday Evening, June 8, 1957. and a picnic on the final day of classes. Teachers include: Nursery Department, Mrs. John Arnold, superintendent, Mrs. Ruth Gifford, Mrs. Faye Ellen Holcomb, Mrs. Elizabeth Harrison with Sherry Simpson, -Carolyn Rombold and Judy Obenchain assisting. Beginner Dept.: Mrs. Victor Bournique and Mrs. Cecil Baublit, co-leaders, Mrs. Alonzo Brady, Mrs. Walter Hosier assisted by Janet Overmyer, Wanda Samuels and Marsha Par- rett; Primary Dept.: Mrs. Elmer Thomas, superintendent, Mrs. Marjorie Osborn, Mrs. Robert Morgan, Mrs. Sharon Stroud, Mrs.* Donna Martin, Mrs. Eva Jean Keller,. Mrs. John Emrah, Mrs. Joseph Skelton assisted by Jeanne Stewart, Nancy Wilson and Jennie Drompp; Junior Dept: Mrs. John Drompp, Mrs. Audrey Shafer, Mrs. William Barrett and Mrs. Ted Ing. mire assisted by Mrs. Harold Rife. Susan Action will serve as pianist. All children are cordially invited. OUR. SHARE OF A GIANT PURCHASE OF 100,000 PAIR Draw Drapes $3.33 • PAIR 45x84 MADE TO SELL FOR 4.99 Beautiful new Ripple Textured bark blend prints and plains. All first quality made to sell for 4.99. FLORALS—Rad-Green with gold overlay. MODERN-Red-Green, silver background. PLAIN SHADES—Grey, Rose, Turquoise Gold, Pink, Rad, Beige, Wine, Cafe and Hunter. Only because we worked months in advance were we able to obtain a large share of these draperies. The finest drapery-yarns available blended toeglher to give you the "Ripplet" weave draperies, decorator designed to add light, sparkling beauty to your home. -DOWNSTAIRS DRIP DRY PRINTS 39* An outstanding selection of beautiful new Summer. Cottons hi Drip Dry, Wash-Wear, rrragis crepes, solid oolor yard percales etc. Wash, R-inia, Dry—Colorful patterns for Drones, Aprons, Skirts, e+e. HEAVY QUALITY CHENitLE BED SPREADS .99 just arrived, another shipment of beautiful heavy quality, fu'H size chenille spreads. All white, solid colors, and multi-eo'lor trim. Attractive sculptured designs. 5 iiijuiiiiii ilium iiiiuiiiiiiiiii H iiiiiiiiniiiijiiiii HOW »QtS LttI US SP08TSHIRTS? STRIPED? BOYS' SHOP MittES GOOD MEWS HUSKT KWSI TfX'/t'JfAH hak bctWC, >M/ m top-qwtU* T HUSKIES. Ther'w Cot wt bate 'em both ways... Matte Fmfcer** Day a Picnic For Pop. Gi»« h«n Hre sportshirU hell reaiiy onfey... magnificent tartan plaids or stripe* wkh Bofl-roHing button-down collars. They have the smart Iwjr look. Saperbly tailored, luxuriow woven cotton. Completely wnannWe ... wo«% rfiisinfr or fob. Get Bod M*ef*l~.. bell Iowa yomion *«ft~...yp»3l low* him in thw. In regular 10 oz. blue denim and brown denim with double knees., $2.95 — $3.50 GOLDEN RULE'S BOY'S SHOP—FIRST FLOOR Tee-Top Torton Dov/n Short Sleeve $5 Free Gift Wrapping Donegal Ivy Stripe Long Sleeve $1.9$

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