Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on June 7, 1957 · Page 3
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Logansport, Indiana
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Friday, June 7, 1957
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Friday Evening, June 7, 1957. Graduate 400 At Exercises By UNITED PRESS College commencement exercises for nearly 400 seniors were held Thursday at Fort Wayne Bible College, Tri-State at Angola, and Oakland City. Dr. Merrill C. Tenney, professor ot Bible and Theology and dean of the graduate school of Wheaton College in Illinois, was principal speaker at Fort Wayne, where 35 seniors received degrees. Tri-State graduated 275 students. Arthur S. Genet, president of the Greyhound Corp., received an honorary doctor of laws degree. Walter F. Carey, chairman of the American Trucking Assn. Foundation, was honored with a doctor of commercial science degree. Genet also was principal speaker. The graduating class included students from 26 states and 8 countries. At Oakland City, Dr. Alfred T. Hill addressed 70 graduates. Hill is executive secretary of the Council for Advancement of Small Colleges. Five persons, including four ministers, were singled out for honorary degrees. Court Notes Mrs. Lorna Wortley, 408V!; East Broadway, filed a cross complaint for divorce from .John Wortley in the Cass circuit court Thursday, charging cruelty. The couple was married Oct. 13, 195C, and separated April 2, this year, according to the complaint filed through the law firm of Miller, Babcocic and Tolbert. Mrs. Virginia Closer, 1731 George street, asks custody of their two children and S25 per week for their support in a cross complaint for tiivorce from Kenneth Gloser filed Thursday in circuit court. They were married May ,24. I95!i, and separated Sept. 14, last year, according to the complaint filed through the law firm of O'Neill and O'Neill. The estate of the late Thomas J. Finnell, 84, who died Jan. 21, was estimated at $45,(XX) in real estate and S250 in personal property when his will was filed fur probate in the Cass circuit court. Dated Sept. 27, 1956, it leaves his personal property to the wife, Ella. His farm at Royal Center was left to his two so/is, Thomas find Francis, with the provision that one-third of the nut proceeds go to two grandchildren, Ceorgi- anna and Konurl Kinr.oII. A bequest of one dollar went to a daughter-in-law, Ann Finnell. The two sons were named co- txecutors. George Brubaker is the attorney for the estate. Delphi . Mrs. Walter Neff, of route 4, Delphi, has been dismissed from St. Elizabeth hospital. The last will of Harley Barber has been probated in Carroll Circuit court. After just debts and funerals expenses are paid by his co-executors he bequeathed to his wife Opal Barber all his household goods and personal effects in Monroe township, and his real estate, bank stocks tield jointly with her. The rest and residue of his estate real and personal and mixed to co-executors of which $5,000 is to go to his daughter, Vivian Barber Porter and $5,000 to his son William H. Barber. Or the amount remaining one half to wife, Opal Barber, and one fourth each to | his daughter and son above named. He named the daughter and son as c"-executors. Ths will made March 11, 1955 and witnessed by Geneva Harmon and A. D. Bishop. Letters testamentary were issued to Vivian Barber Porter and William H. Barber who qualified and gave bond for $15,000. A. D. Bishop is attorney for the co- executors. The will of Fred Allen has been probated in Carroll Circuit court. After just debts, cost o. r la»t ill- ne^s and funeral expenses are paid he bequeathed $100 to the trustees of the Mound cemetery in Howard county; $100 to a granddaughter, Elizabeth Ann West and $100 to a granddaughter Nancy K. Allen. The rest and residue of his estate he bequeathed in equal shares to his daughters and sons namely Elva Blohm, Lois West, Mildred Smoker, Dorothy Miller, Walter Allen, and Everett Allen or their heirs in case they precede him. 'He named his son, Walter, executor. Ho qualified and gave bond for $5.000. The real estate was valued at 3,300 and the personal properly at S;,500 Henry Ttozbon was elected commander of the Karry Bohannon Post No. 75. American Legion, at the election held at '.he Legion Home Saturday. He will succeed Arthur McDowell. Other officers elected were: Clyde Spear, first vice commander; Wayne Talbert, adjutant: "Robert Morrow, finance officer; McIvi.T Denton, historian; Dean Anderson, chaplain; Joe Ghcre, sergeant-at-arms: Dr. C. C. Crampton and John Mount, directors. Dick Clifford and Max Hughes tied for second commander, 'ar.cl the selection will be made 'aior. Seven delegates were electee! to the slate convention as follows; Rozhon. Talbert, Fred Mitchell, John Mount, Robert Morrow, Don Wilson and Arthur McDowell. Stale Trooper Dale Douglass and City Police investigated a motorcycle accident on '.he S curve near Ihe Wabash Railroad viaduct Saturday, when Fred Kastcn, TWO LHS STUDENTS SHARE R-B-M SCHOLARSHIP AWARD Logansport, Indiana, Pharos-Tribuoe Tire* Communists Release Two U.S. Sfodeots Two Young Americans Who Crossed Border Into Hungary May 26 Arc Back in Austria VIENNA, Austria (UP) — Communist Hungary loday released two 20-year-old American sludeiiis who crossed the Iron Curtain frontier from Austria May 28 a:id were seized by Red secret police. The two are Myron Apel Gilbert, Grace Bible School Classes Open Monday The annual Vacation Bible school sponsored by Grace Evangelical Lutheran church will open Monday morning, June 10, at' 8:30 a.m. Classes will be held each day between the hours of 8:30 a.m. and 11 a.m. The theme of the course . offered this year be "Bible Stories to Live By". Mrs. Robert jllardl, director, has announced the •following staff of teachers and helpers. Song time will be in charge of Mrs. Paul Htischkofski. Story time will be conducted by Mrs. William Scherer. Kindergarten will be in charge of Miss Diana Neumann, Mrs. Richard Smith, Miss Sandy Holt 'and Miss Judith Neumann. Primary will be taught by Mrs. jWallerboro, S.C., and Warren William Hair, NorUi Augusta, S.C. They are students at the Univer- • Byron Simpson, assisted by Miss sity of Soulh Carolina. Charmane Belcher and Miss Judy It was announced officially by the Reds that they were being expelled from Hungary. They were last seen nearly two weeks ago when Communist bor- <3«r guards took them into custody on the very first sle,j of a planned I "expedition" across the Iron Cur:ain. A note from the Hungarian government of puppet Premier Janos Kadar informed Ihe U.S. legation in Budapest that Hair and Gilbert Mary Kern and Jon Ilcrshbcrger shared the $7,500 K-B-M Scholarship award at commencement exercises of Logausport high school Wednesday night at Ucrry Bowl. The students ai-e shown above receiving the awards from Harry lluntsingcr, assistant general manager of R-B-M. (Pharos-Tribune Photo-Engraving.) 19 of Winamac lost conrtol and crashed over an embankmenl. Phil .Holt W, Winamac was riding behind him on the motorcycle. Both youths escaped with minor injuries. They were able to drive the vehicle away. II was only slightly damaged. Among those from a 1 distance who visited local cemeteries last Thursday were John Slone o: South Bend and hi.s sister, Mrs. Loyal Hoshaw of Indianapolis. Mr. and Mrs. Homer Hendrickson of Rensselaer were recenl guests ot Mrs. Mayme Heflong. Charles Neiwerth of Lafayette was in Delphi on Decoration Day. Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Becker and children 'of Chicago visited Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Downing and called on Mrs. Harry Haugh last week end. Claude Hoan 'has returned to Chicago after a visit ihoro with his brother, Frank Hoan, and Mrs. Hoan. Marvin 'Harshrnan was arrested a t Frar.kfort Wednesday o n charges of contributing to the delinquency of a minor filed by his wife Belly. Sheriff C. L. Carey and Deputy John Miller drove In Frar.kfort Wednesday noon and brought him to the county jail. PHONE 4212 THE BEST GiFT FOR FATHER YET! He be arraigned in. City Court Friday, When Deputy Sheriff John Miller and State Trooper Dale Douglass went to Camden Wednesday morning to investigate a burglary at Ihe Harold Wyalt residence, they noticed a by James Arndt cense was recently revoked. Ho car being driven whose drivers li- was lodged in the county jail and was to be arraigned in City court Friday. CHANGE MEETING DATES Harrison Hustlers Boys 4-H clnbj HOLD RITES FOR RECRUITS KEMPTEN Germany (UP) — Fimeral services were held liere Friday for 15 German army recruits who were drowned Monday during a training maneuver. Only one coffin stood by. The oilier 14 i swollen Iller meeting dales have been changed, bodics are sU11 from June 11 to June 18 and from River despite four days of search July 9 to July 1C. 'efforts; were being sent out of the country later today at the Nickelsdori, Austria, border 'crossing point. "They only wanted to have a look across the border into Communist Hungary," Jane do Pedro, an Australian hiking companion, said at the lime of iheir disappearance. She accompanied them to the frontier on Uieir adventure, but decided not to cross into Hun- Neumann. Junior—Mrs. George Ruschkofsk! assisted by Miss Barbara Rusch- kofski. The Intermediates will be in charge of Pastor Paul W. Baer. Miss Piiyllis .largslprf will be tho secretary and Miss Diana Neumann will be pianist. Mrs. Don Norzinskay and Mrs. Richard Pitman will be in charge (it refreshments. Those desiring transportation are asked to call gary at the Gi'bert is student and. Hair student. time, a political science a journdism Vinegar cuts through grease, so cloth dampened with vinegar will clean a s'.ove top splashed with "at from n frying pan. WADING POOLS from . . 515 Broadway Ph 2310 Box! * a pair of Bonarela® slacks a Galey & Lord sport shirt a matching-plaid belt Dacron/Rayon No-Iron Slacks Plus Washable Shirt! OEvo tno ultimate In porfact stylo blending, bucked with nationally famous fabrics... dependable Penney tailoring! Y«« it's all in ono box: drcsa-taflorod Bonarola slacks of fine Dacron®-fortificd Rnyon; a shirt of Gnloy & Lord's combed cottons in harmonized plaids; and a belt of tho exact same plaid for extra fashion accent! That's right...all fully washable, too. Waist sizes 30 to 42. MEN'S SHOP BIG NEWS!POP'SEXPECTING! To the father of the first child born on FATHER'S DAY ct the St. Joseph or Memorial Hospitals, the GOLDEN RULE MEN'S SHOP will give one complete sports outfit valued at $50 consisting of; jacket, sport shirt, Bermuda shorts and socks, Cabana set, dress shirt, pajamas, robe, tie, tie bar and cuff-link set, belt, !/2-cloz. handkerchiefs and T-shirt. The winner will also get his picture published in the newspapers. Every father would like to have a gift from the Golden Rule! While you are shopping at the Golden Rule's M.EN'S SHOP for DAD'S GIFTS, be sure to register for PURITAN'S $75,000 Father's Day Festival. One of our customers will win this Sleelman Hi-FL Portable Set. Enter soon—nothing to do, nothing to buy! ARROW "Trimway" shir} with a two-way collar. $4.00 FREE GIFT WRAPPING HEAD CLIP-SCARVES Reversible, printed on one side and a solid color on the reverse sid*. Fine quality cotton,'assorted colors. only $1.00 ACCESSORIES FIRST FLOOR SUN-DRESSES • with JACKETS (Two outiits in. one) You'll be as pretty as a picture in these attractive two-way dresses. Beautiful styles in cottons of fine quality. The style pictured is in. blue, fawn, pink and maize frosted, with white and sparkled with rhinestones of no-iron cotton. Sizes 12y z -20!/ 2 . $8.95 Others of striped cotton have jackets of solid colors, also a style in a flower-garden print. Sizes 9-15 and 10-16. Charming ensembles by Joan Hurley in sizes 12%-20V2 are for those who are 5'5 or under. $5.95, $7.95, $8.95 We also have a fine assortment of nc'w sundresses in Junior Sizes. BUDGET DRESSES MEZZANINE DIAL 4166 f~~f * () , 9 Cp~"\ . - .''frrCil -^"""""1 READY-CUT' SPORT SHIRT KIT (:.;••, by Neer-Le-Dun IT'S SEW-EASY AN O ONLY $2.49 Now—a hnndsornc 'do-It-yourself short-sleeved sport shirt even a teen-ager can sew! And how Dad will love this custom-made gift. Come ia and one-stop shop (kit includes everything for the price you'd expect to pay for the fabric alone!) Sizes: Small, Medium, large and Extra Large. . • No pattern necessary; all pieces pre-cut and notched . • Includes label, buttons, interfacing, instruction booklet . • Collar, fronts, pockets expertly matched • • Pockets pre-prcssed—just top-stitch in place . • Wide selection of Dan River and other famous-name prcshnink cottons PIECE GOODS DEPT. FIRST FLOOR LOGANSPORT PUBLIC LIBRARY

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