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

Logansport, Indiana
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Thursday, June 6, 1957
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Thursday Evening, June 6, 1957. Jasper Man Killed In Auto Accident JASPER, Ind. (UP)-James H. Miller, 34, Jasper, was killed Wednesday night in an automobile accident while trying to teach a teen-aged girl how to drive. Miller died in Memorial Hosp* r quested by Mayor Jefferson, was unanimously denied. The cit; council has set up additional park ing meter zones, which includet those around, the court house square. In other action Monday, the commissioners approved the esti mate of $11,933 for' the cost of a .. ? C | new bri(J S e to be installed over ddvnhvrvv t , or of < a J£ WP W f thfan ' "• , ak °!Mud Creek and directed Surveyor of Casper, went put of control as n,,i» 7i mm ^™,n („ ------ j .,,;«. .. . __ it rounded a corner here. State police said the ear went up a steep embankment, smashed into a garage, careened across an alley and crashed into another garage. The girl was only slightly injured. * Rochester Mrs. Eyron Smith was hostess to her Canasta Club Monday afternoon. Following the games, the hostess served delicious refreshments. Mrs. Delilah Hunter of Greensburg was an overnight guest of Mr. and Mrs. Harry McVay, Tues- Dale Zimmerman to proceed with drawing up specifications. Estimates were received "by the commissioners from Mr. Zimmerman for {he widening of a bridge over the Steinke-Wilson ditch, in Union Township. John G. Sutler Milk Co. was given the contract to furnish the milk for the Fulton County Home for the third quarter. Reports were presented by the county service officer, the county health nurse and the county home superintendent. Tuesday the Fulton Circuit court ordered Gerald Arleo Berry, defendant in a divorce suit filed in , " -- * , ,.%..*uuitw ill « _11 y Wl ^.C OU1L. J-ilCU 111 day evening. Other callers were Fulton Circuit Court by Martha Mr. and Mrs. Carl Overmyer and son. Carl Bob. The Board of Commissioners of Fulton County held their regular meeting in the Courthouse, Monday. The matter of installing parking meters around the court house square, as previously re- XOTICJ-: OK AUMIMHTllATION STATK OF INDIANA) COUNTY OF CASS ) SS: ?^" 'i£^ n COORT ice is hurfby t-lvnn that Ty- TUK J{i«»,, r was. on 22ncl day n! Jlay, 1157, appointed AJmlatxtra- tcA- of tho estate of BEN F. ZKJiK deceased. All pernons havlnK claims aKalnut .naid t-Hlate, whfUier ornot now due, mu«t file Uio uaroo In «ald court within K |x (6) nitmthn irorn the date of the flr.st publl- catlon of thl« notice or uald ulaimu •will he forever barred. Dated at I^OKanspor thlH 22nd day of .May 19' KMKAUKTll UIKKBR Olurk or the Circuit Court ImUana, nr,7 Attorney for Jistate 23.28-6 Jane Berry, to pay $15 a week in support money and also attorney'-s fees for the plaintiff. The court also gave the defendant visiting privileges to the couple's children by modifing a restraining order which had been granted. Capt. and Mrs. 0. I. Minter were business visitors in South Bend, Monday. Tuesday in Justice Everett Gray's Fulton court, Gerald A. Berry was convicted of trying to provoke assault and battery upon JVOTICK OF ADMINISTRATION STATE OF INDIANA) COUNTY OF CASS ) SSi Nollce In hereby „,,„„ Juno K Wolforcl wan, on that day of May, "1957, appointed Ad- ministratrix nf tho KKtulo of Mur- CROSSWORD PUZZLE *"««»•*• Ywterdays ACROSS 1—Possessed 4—Concur • 9—JDatnp 12—Native metal 13—Proflts 14—Time gone by 15—Benign tumor 15—Priest's vestment 17—Kind of danc« 19—Speck 21— Man (collog.) 32 —Open spaco In ' forest 24— Struggle! with 27—Part In play 28—Appears 29—Pronoun 30—Beast of burden 31—Attitudes 33—Number 33—Compass point 3-1—Lawmaker 35—Impel 36—Part of doorway 38—.Finished- 30—Ship channel* 40—Wings 41—Scorch 43—Period of tlra» 44 —Everyone 47—Fruit drink 48~Rokindled 60—Confederate >*. general 51—JSxlRted 52—Skid B3—Mournful DOWN 1—In what manner 2—Exist Hat. kx U-M n*wn •raauu, IM. . 3 —Negations 4—Scmi-preclouj atone 5—Festive fi—Bone of body 7—Printer's moabure i—Hold> In hi til regard 9—Needs 10—Urge on 11—Also IS—Collection! of facts 31)—poera Zl—Color 22—Union general 27—Ono defeated 24—Broom 2li—Stain 2fi—Spirited hors* 28—Piece for on« (pl.) 31—Billboards 32—Severe testa 34—Projecting tooth 35—Queen of fatriM 37—Girl's name 38—Puff tip 4H—Dry 41—Carpenter's tool 42—Mountain In Crete 4,1—Man's name •Ift—Meat] cnv 40—Conducted 43—Spanish article Jorle I'J. DuvlH, deceased. All portions htivlnif clalmn ___ AOTICK BTATIS OK INDIANA) iHH; COI;NTY OP CASS i NOTICE TO AM, I'K'It.SON.S I,V- TKHKKVKn IN TUB KSTATK OP JOHANNA O. AUJKIIUINU. In the Circuit Court of Cann County, April Term, 11)57. Cau*e Number l-IU-H, In tlin matter nt the !<>tale of JOHANNA (.:. AUIKKDINC. du- cea.'ied. Notice In hereby Klvi-n that Udnii O. .sherrriun an I'Jxecutrix of the itbove named cwtiite, ha« pi-eni-nti-cl mid filed her account In final wet- tler^cnt of nubl estate, anil that the «ame will eotne up for the cx- Mnlna'tlon and acllon of Haiti Circuit Court, on the 2!«L <l:iy ot June, l:j!"j7, at which (Inn; all persons 1/itere.iteil In xnirl i-Hlale are uald court Nc. ir any there he, unt HtKjuld not b . refjulred it, appear In It/id «how •why mild approved. And th« lii-li-« nf said <]<M:<:d»rn; and all otlir-rH I)it<;n>Hti:d in-f. alM) ri'imlrcd lo appear a/id rnnltn proof of their liulmlilp (,r claim to uny part of .sah) i-HUitc. KDNA O. SIIKHMAN' T'orH'tnal l'.i:pro« ( :ntatl vf; J.ANDIK & MH.'IIAKI/ Attorney lt-12 aKulnnt Haiti eHLato, whether or not now du", mum flic the Bamn In aid court within nix (0) month« rom thti date of tho firm publication of thin notli:e or uald clnlmK will he forever barred. ''"''i' 1 llt lj °Kan«port, Indiana, tlild 22nd iliiy of May, 19.17 KlMAHKTIl tilWlTSTl Cleric of tliii circuit C.'nurt for Oann County. Indlaiui MIM^KTt. HAHCOCK. & TOUJKIIT Attorney ftjr Kfltato .VO'I'KJE OK AUMI.VIK'1'llA.TlO.V STATK OI<' INDIANA) COt;.N'TY Oil" CAHS ) ' ' IN TIIK (,'AHS C1UCUIT COURT, AI'KII, TKUM. iar,7. ' . NDficft IH lu-rehy Rlvirn that CJnlilHi I'attr-rHun WHH, un 22nd day of May, • 1S17, appolnu-d Adlnlnl- Htratrlx of the estate of " UAHIi, dur.oiiHed. All pIM'HOriH it-:ain»t n:ilrl oHtatu wlictlior or not now due, mum flit! lli ( . tmmn In Haiti court within Hlx ffi) inonthn from the iliitu or tile flrnt puhll- uallon of thin noticfi or Hald cla-IrnH will he forever barred. Datt-d at I.oh'arinport. Indiana, thlM H2nd tiny t»f May. 1057. KMHABKTII IIIIOKKa f the Circuit fourt for HAN'NA Attorney for Kutalo County, Indiana lis family, and was ordered to pay 540 fine and .costs. Berry was charged in an affidavit filed last week by his wife, Martha, who later filed suit for divorce in Fulton Circuit court. Berry was ordered to report to Ju.stice Gray once a week for one month. Mrs. Jack Chamberlain had as icr guest Tuesday, her son, Howard, one of Radio Station W.LW's top newscasters. The Cincinnati Radio man is a'native oC Rochester. Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Smith had as their recent supper guests Mr. and Mrs. Fred Hobbs of Brooksville, and Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Van Dalsen of Macy, Admitted to Woodlawn Hospital: Mrs. Fred Medbourne, Bel-phi; Edwin C. Johnson, 535 East Ninth street. Dismissed: Mrs. Gail Malnlt, Roann; Mrs. Alice Pyle, Silver Lake; Mrs. Maude Bell, Warsaw. Mr. and Mrs. Rodney Gibble of Mcntone are the parents of a daughter. The Order of Eastern Star held their slated meeting in the Masonic Temple Monday evening wi'.h the Worthy Matron, Mrs. Charles Clevenger. presiding. The officers were scaled in regular form, and various reports were given. A memorial service was conducted in Memory of the following departed members, Mrs. Laura Dysert, Mrs. James Mandleco, Dr. Mrs. Clevenger read the 23rd Psalm. A chan-ge Is some of the by-laws is being made, and the first reading was held at this time with the chairman of the committee, Miss Edna Sheets, acting as reader. Others helping to revise the bylaws were Mrs. Harvey Waymire, and Mrs. Maurice Sadowsky. A committee was named to draw up resolutions of respect for the late Mrs. Floy Carr: as follows: Mrs. Waymire, Mrs. Belle Montgomery and Charles Clevenger. Mrs. Jay Clayton was named as chairman s>( the Proficiency Com- midtee. .It was announced that Mrs. Harvey Waymire had been appointed as acting grand Deputy for District No. 2, for Order of Rainbow. Mrs. Harold Karn was welcomed into the Rochester Chapter by Affiliation. The regular closing ceremony was observer), after which refreshments were .served. Cancel Service At Royal Center There will be no Sunday morning worship service at the Royal Center Methodist church on June 9, and the Sunday school will be at 9:30 a. m. or. that day, according to Rev. Russell Strong, pastor. The worship service has been canceled because many of the members plan to attend the Northwest Indiana conference in the Music hall at Purdue at that time. KILLfiD IN TRAFF.IC ACCIDENT JASPER (UP)—Bernard Revel Huntingburg, was killed Wednes day when an auto overturned along Ind. 45-56 north of here. Two companions were injured. ST. JOSEPH'S „ , it _. -t-it., Born: To Mr. and Mrs. HarveyiKead the C-IOSSltied AdS WANTED: At Once! 500 WOMEN, Age 17-59 MARRIED OR SINGLE Frtporc for lh« vnllmlted Job opportunltiat avalloblt to wom«n lroln«d 01 DENTAL ASSIST. ANTS or PRACTICAL NURSES. Work 01' hoi- plral alt«ndanr, aids, Infant nurto, nurs« companion, prlvalt duly nun«, dacrar'i and'de«- Hit't afflci nwn*. Sparo-llmo training program wlH not Int*rf8r« with proioM fob or houtehold duH«. HlgK ichool tduca*lon not n«c4Hary. ENJOY HIGH EARNINGS. Go4 Ml detail, now! Practical 'Nurse* Training 1 Schools Box A-280 Th* Pharoi-Tribuno and Press, logansport, |nd. n H»» I c«t » a H.W i« A. E. Stiason, Mrs. Carrie Carter, Mrs. Mary Terry, Mrs. Floy Carr, and Mrs. Nellie Babcock. The Worthy Matron, read a memorial poem, and the five star points, Mrs. Richard Ralston, Mrs. Lyman Baker, Mrs. Thelma Carr, Mrs. Dcvane Felts and Mrs. Ross Murphy, each carrying flowers .with the color of -their station, laid them on the altar as they made a tew well chosen remarks. I ^ In closing the memorial service, I u- —__„__.__________.________ — _^T______ Pharos-Tribune £ Press Loganiport, Ind. 6-6 PD5 CKy.. ..„ ^.. ..„.(«... -•n ••>.. «...-, fr * -^.^ *. «., ,Pkon«.t. n .^«..- n ..»~*-. Logansport, Indiana, Pharos-Tribune Hospital Notes MEMORIAL Born: To Mr. and Mrs. Charles McKinney, route 1, Camden, a son. Admitted: Master Anthony Martin, Twelve Mile; David McClintock, route 4; Mrs. Hazel Wolf, 420 Tanguy street; Miss Hazel Stephenson, 911 High street; Mrs. Helen Houser, Royal Center; Master Jeffery Winings, 1114 East Broadway. Dismissed: Mrs. lona Haskins, route 2, Monticello; LeRoy Scott, Walton; Miss Barbara Aborn, route 1, Camden; Alva Burge, Flora; Miss Eva Wills, Kewanna; Miss Janice Wiechman, Delphi. Todd, 522 Tenth street, a son; to Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Foust, route 1, Royal Center, a son; to Mr. and Mrs. Donald Newman, route 1, Star City, a son; to Mr. and Mrs. Robert Bowyer, 1005 East Broadway, a daughter. Admitted: Mrs. Evelyn Martin, route 3; Mrs. James Winn, 2715 East Broadway;.Mrs. Inez Osborn, 208 Beall street; Miss Patricia Peppercorn, 3126 Fairview avenue; Master Gene Rose, route 4. Peru. Dismissed: Mra. Patricia Cronin, 2301 High street; Mrs. Arthur Frye and daughter, route 2; Mrs. Arnold Shidler and son, route 3, Winamac. TO CONTACT YOUR DOCTOR When you cannot locate your doctor at his office or home, call Physicians' Telephone Service PHONE 3849 This service is provided for your convenience by oil members of the Cass County Medical Society. (Pleaso clip this ad and keep this number handy until new phone books are issued) BECAUSE. WE ARE BRAGGING! WE HAVE THE BEST SELECTION OF JAYSON SPORT SHIRTS PRICED FROM 95 H Cream your coffee —top your cereal and save every time with Dean's HALF and NAIF CUTS CREAM BILL.3 ONE-THIRD! Breakfast—lunch or dinner—thure are do/ena of times <-;very day when Dean's HoJf and Half adds a lavish touch, now taste appeal, to favorite dishes—l;o. coffee, to fruits, to puddings, to cerenls, to gelatin desserts! For Dean's Half and Half is richer, thicker, creamier--yet awts less thfin expensive creflrh, Save as much as_M on your cjream bills. Ask your' grocer for Dean's Half and Ho If. FATHER'S DAY IS JUNE 16th 4

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