Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on June 7, 1957 · Page 7
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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 7

Logansport, Indiana
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Friday, June 7, 1957
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Friday Evening, June 7, 1957. IOGANSPORT PUBLIC LIBRARY Toastmasters Hear Schmidt State Representative Robert Dewey Schmidt was one of the principal speakers at the Toastmaster's Club meeting, at which Chris Held was awarded a past president's pin. Schmidt spoke on "pressure groups". He defined them as men, lobbying for a particular group, who registered with the Secretary of State. Largest group last year •was the CIO ,-ith 12. Schmidt said. Held was honored in a special ceremony at the end of the meeting, presided over by Wellington C. Holmes. Tribute was also paid to the late Carl Eillman. In another address, Earl Palmer spoke on "How To Go For Broke," in which he illustrated problems that confronted young lawyers starting practice. .Next meeting of the clurj will be a dinner June 10 in the YMCA at 6:30 p. m. Trumans' Grandson Is Clifton Truman Daniel NEW YORK (UP)—The two-day old grandson ol former President Truman today held the name of Clifton Truman Daniel. Selection of the name was announced Thursday night by the father, Clifton Daniel, a member of the n&ws staff of the New York Times. The child, he said, was named for his two grandfathers, E. Clifton Daniel of ZebuLon, N.C., and the former President. Daniel said that he and his wife, the former Margaret Truman, were "in perfect agreement" on the name, but had waited until the arrival of the Trumans Thursday before announcing it. Daniel said he had informed his parents by telephone of the decision. GETS LORENA WALLING AWARD The Lorena Walling fund award of $300, one of two awards, was given to Mary Kerns by Bill Bauer. The award was presented at graduation exercises held Wednesday evening, (Pharos Tribune Photo-Engraving.) Shelbyvilie Attorney Appointed Executive Secretary by Handley J.VDfANAPOLIS (UP) — Shelbyville attorney Robert J. Fink was! named by Governor Handley late i Thursday as his $11,000 a, year ex- i ecutive secretary. | Fink, until recently an examiner, for the Indiana Public Service Commission, was named effective • Monday to succeed li/rmur Ifou.se , Speaker Jarnes Allen of Saiom. j Al.'cn resigned a month ago to' de-vote full time to his law prac- i tice. Fink wii] be one of two liaison ! such as conducting extradition hearings. A member of Handley's office staff, Mrs. Mary Wedding of Liberty, has occupied Allen's former] office since he resigned. Fink, an Air Force veteran, served as Indiana securities commissioner under Lt. Gov. Crawford Parker when Parker was sec- retary of state. He is a graduate of the Indiana University Law School and a one-time general counsel for the U.S. Senate. In 1955, Fink was reading clerk for the Indiana Senate. Read the Classified Ads men between Handley and visitors! who come to his office. The other |. 5s former Hammond mayor Ver-; non Anderson, Handley's adminis- • trative assistant. j The executive secretary also j assumes several executive duties,' Weinand's Carry Out Service DAILY EXCEPT WBONESDAY Doz. Jumbo Shrimp , withwuc ., $1.60 Fresh Channel Catfish „ u, $1.25 Fresh Perch _.... lb . 90c Whole Pan Fried Chicken (Ditiointot)) $1.50 Whole Spring Broiler (£.™.r) 2AvLgb $1.25 All Served with a Generous portion erf French fries SPECIAL CARRY OUT ( 6 HAMBURGERS $1.00 GYM SETS From . . .. $1998 SPORTLAND 515 Broadway Ph. 2310 Phone 4907 in advance and your order wilf be ready when you corne for it. WEINAND'S LUNCH 320 South Third Rochester The W. W. G. Girls of the First Baptist church held a progressive party Monday evening, when they met at the church at 6 o'clock and were taken to the home of their new counsellor, Mrs. Gerald Talbott, R. R. 3, Argos. After being led in prayer by Miss Reba Bailey, the hostess .served an appetizer. The next stop was at the home of Mrs. Von Kochenderfer, .where they were served a delicious fried chicken dinner. Mrs. Harold Partrige was the assistant hostess. The group then • motored to the home of- their former counsellor, Mrs. Richard Briggs, Macy, where they enjoyed strawberry short cake, for their dessert. After lunch the regular meeting was opened with group singing, led by Miss Wanda Craig, and Miss Carol Kelley gave the devotions. The usual reports were presented. A lesson on "Love" was ably presented by Miss Craig, after which the meeting was dismissed by all repeating the Guild Covenant. A social hour closed a most enjoyable evening. Mr, Ed Johnson was removed irom his home Wednesday, in the Zimmerman Brother's ambulance, and taken to the Woodlawn hospital. The Women's Union of the First Baptist Church convened in the church Annex Wednesday afler- Logansport, Indiana, Pharos-Tribune Severn noon for their regular meeting, which was opened by the president, Mrs. Harold Carruthers, explaining the purposes of a "Union." The chairmen of the various departments made their monthly reports. New programs were given to each member present. A thank- you note was read 1 from Mrs. Etta Rans, in appreciation of cards and Downs and Mrs. Louderback poured. Mrs. Dean Ault and daughter. Jill, and Ken ton Ballenger were Kokomo visitor Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Lotus Thrush entertained their daughter, and family, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Anderson and daughter, Teresa, Chicago over the week end. Miss Jaren Powell was in Bluffton over the week end, visiting gifts to her, during her recent ill- f r ; en( j s ness. Several members were re- ' T j, e p res byterian Womer/s As- ported ill, and cards were ordered sent to each. All members of the Union are asked to remember two ladies on their 80th birthday anniversary, with cards; Mrs. Ktta Rans, and Mrs. Clara Clemans, I. 0. 0. F. Home, Greensburg, Ind. Miss Deloris Biggs favored with a solo. She was accompanied at the piano by Mrs. Charles Pyle. Mrs. Trenton brought the devotional thought, reading a portion o£ the 14lh chapter of St. John, and then speaking on "De- Segration."' Mrs. James Newcomb brought the lesson to the group, using as her theme "Lental of the Heart." She told of the life work" of Meriam Kimball, who works with the children in Boston. In closing, Mrs. John McKinney offered prayer. Mrs. Charles Richardson, Mrs. Russell Smiley, Mrs. Ida Downs ;nd Mrs. Frances Louderback, erved lovely refreshments. Mrs. MORE DOLLARS FOR YOUR HOGS Compare prices paid at Muncie National Stockyards with other markets. MUNCIE INDIANA The American Farm Belt's Highest Hog Market COMPARE FOR YOURSELF! The following average prices paid for barrows and gilts at the major hog markets. Week ending June l y 1957: Avtf. Cost 1'er 1UII II). Chicago $19.06 St. Louis 18.97 Omaha 19.22 South St. Paul 18.78 South St. Joseph 19.34 Kansas City 19.36 Sioux City 19.16 INDIANAPOLIS 19.31 MUNCIE .... 19.38 Order and Packer Buyers operate on this market. Muncie National Stockyards, Muncie, Ind. 240 221 234 234 227 226 235 226 224 Farmers Commission Co. Telephone Allan 4-s Nenstie! & Holloway Commission Company Telephone Allan 4-3HB2 June 16 "Free Gift Wrapping" 'A*y NEATEST WAY To Take Summer! VAN HEUSEN CENTURY SHIRTS WITH THE SOFT COIUR WAT WONT WRINKLE EVER! 00 Tliia in the fabulous tight- weight shirt that's not only cool as mint, it xlaija neat through the hottest, stickiest weather! It's designed with Van Housen's famous one- piece .'soft collar that can't possibly wilt or wrinkle—yet never needs starch! And it's so easy to launder, too. Irons flat Jn one fast stroke... flips perfectly into place because tho fold line is woven right hit Short or long sleeves, Father's Day June 16 PUBLIC AUCTION We will sell in the Holler Rink Auction Room, East Main St., .ogansport, on Saturday, June 8, at 1 p.m. D.S.T. the following items: 1 rollaway bed complete like new, living room suite, beds, springs, ireakfast tables 1 almost new, chest of drawers, single bed, radios doors, windows, medicine cabinet, tables, stands, studio couch, iawn mowers, antique dishes, antique beds and 1 lot of almost new merchandise. This is only part of. the listing and there ate sevcra! ;cocl pieces in this sale. sociation held their annual Picnic dinner, Wednesday in the home of Mrs. Fred Van Duyne, with approximately thirty ladies in attendance. Preceding the dinner, Miss Bess Baker gave the invocation. The business meeting was conducted by the president, Mrs. Chauhcy Cren, who opened with all singing "Rock of Ages," followed by prayer by Mrs. Ed Fishback. Mrs. Burdell .Leiter, secretary read the minutes o£ the previous meeting and Mrs. Fred Hodel, treasurer gave her financial report. A sewing service meeting was announced for June 18th, at the home of Mrs. Ted Olsen. The devotional thought was brought by Mrs. Hervey Kellogg, using as her theme "Opening Doors." She read for her scrip- lure the 104th'Psalm. A white elephant sale was a feature of the entertainment, with Mrs. V. C. Conover acting as auc- Terms: Cash Not responsible for accidents Open for consignments from 6 a.m. to 6 p.m., so bring in your saleable items for us to sell for you. Sale every Saturday. Waldron Auctioneer.. Dial 40430 or 5977 :ioneer. A general hour of visiting was enjoyed at the close of the meeting. Mrs. Mary Holland spent Thursday in Logansport. The County Board of Education las recently appointed Fred Gottschalk Liberty Township trustee, as it's representative on the Fulton County Board of Tax Adjustment. The Adjustment Board meets the second Monday in September to begin, work on reviewing and adjusting the budgets and tax rates of all county taxing units. Earl Fansler and family have moved into their new home at 1108 Jackson boulevard. Admissions^ to Woodlawn hospl tal are MisP Marjorie Ann Olin, Leiters Ford; Mrs. Ben Barnett, Silver Lake; Mrs. Agnes Baker, Mentone. Dismissals: Mrs. Merl Collins, 408 Pontiac street; Mrs. Ray Davis, Akron. Mrs. William Hudkios, of the Burton Community is on an extended trip to San Fransisco, Calif., where she will visit her son Ralph and family. Mrs. Fred Estle of Los Angeles, California arrived Thursday for a three day visit with Mr. and Mrs. Harry McVay. Judge Issues Fines To 12 Defendants Twelve defendants, including nine speeders, were assessed fines by Judge Harold Tuberty in city court Thursday. Robert J. Fanelle, of Peru, was fined $12 and costs, while Eugene F. Coble, of 714 North street, w.is meted a fine of $10 and $14.75 costs. Other speeding fines were: KeiOi J. Conklin, of route 1, Hunting- jton; Herman G. Loner, of 2-323 '.Stadium drive and Edwin Werner, oE 101 Tacoma avenue, S8 and costs; Stanley C. Kretsky, of route 3, Crown Point, $6 and costs; Raymond Stratum, of 42S Tacoma avenue; Benjamin Jones, of route 1, Auburn; and James J. Moore, of route 1, Logansport, $5 and cosls. There were three cases of public intoxication. PUBLIC SALE I will sell at public auction the estate of Mrs. Ella M. Smyscr, located at 1631 Broadway, Logansport, Saturday, June 15, at 12 O'Clock Sharp The following items: Antique love seat, four chairs grape design, 3 antique rockers, other rockers, 2 antique lamps, antique dishes and glassware, vasrs, some Haviland, old picture frames, one lot of antique clothing and hats, wash stand set, piano stool, 1 oil lamp, 1 antique safe, antique Bibles, 1 breakfast set, player piano and rolls, hnll tree, record cubiiu I, console table and mirror, small gate-leg table, magazine rack, bookcase and books, bird caKe and stand, living ronm suite, fireplace screen, G. E. console radio, dining table and six chairs, small u;ik table, sideboard, Singer sewing machine, cmnmode, brass bed, dresser and chest, utility cabinet, clocks, electric fan, bedroom suilc, 1 lot bedding, linens, drapes, innerspring mattress, custom jewelry, lot of dishes, kitchenware, Aidiphone hearing aid, G. E. refrigerator. Magic Chef stove, Speed Queen washer, good condition, 2 nvnl card tables, one !lx!2 rug, 3-way lamps, trunks, other rugs, garden tools, mower, tubs, and articles too numerous to mention. TERMS: CASH, Not responsible for accidents. CHAS. A. SMYSER, Administrator 'Ralph Rinehurt and Sons, Auctioneers Flora Phone II. Martin, Clerk Big Change a big difference The Gold Crown is up...no's the power! in 2 all-new Standard Gasolines You'll foci n thrilling clifleronco in your cur'a performance when you- try tho Big Chnngo—a triumph of Standard Rfcucarch. Let one of Stnndurd'u two ail-now giuioliiice work ita woft- durti in your cor. NEW GOLD CROWN Super-Premium picJw up the power whore, other gimolmeii lonvo off. Jt'a an entirely n<:ui tirade of fttiimlint:— powor-mntchfsd to todny'H hi|{h-comproHi»ion engines. The Big Chnngo KJVCH you knockfroo, ping-froo comhuM- tion control ... nil the wraooth, Hurging power your enjjino cnn produce. 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