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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 8

Logansport, Indiana
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Friday, June 7, 1957
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Logansport, Indiana. Pharos-Tribune Five Youths Die in Crash McKEESPORT, Pa. (UP)—Five teenage boys were killed late Thursday night when their speed- i.i? automobile left a highway, caromed off a tree and hurtled them 75 feet into a ravine. Two other boys were seriously in;'u'.-ed. The accident occurred on a narrow, winding road in suburban White Oak, about 10 miles southeast of Pittsburgh. Killed were twin brothers William and Earl Forman, 15: James Beswirk, -15; Joseph Johns, 15, and James Ginther, 16, all of East -McKeesport, Pa. In serious condition at McKeesport Hospital with multiple injuries were Clifford Wessel, 16, the driver of the car; and Charles King, 15, also from East McKeesport. Police quoted Wessel as saying that a speeding automobile had forced bis car off the road. RECEIVES EDWIN BUSJAHN AWARD Winamac A daughter was born June 1, to Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Perry, of Kev-'anna, at Carneal Hospital. A daughter was born June 3 to .Mr. and Mrs. Dwight Kline, of ilor.terey, at Carneal Hospital. A son was born June 4, to Mr. and Mrs. Robert Abbott, of Star! City, at Carnea! Hospital. Mrs. Howard Woodko of Star Cify. v/as admitted to Carneal Hospital Tuesday, for treatment. Guests this week in the home of Mr. and Mrs. .VJilo Terry are, their daughter Mrs. Sidney Bonderud and children, Annette Marie, Dennis and Jirnmie, of Carring(on, North Dakota, and their grand-daughter, Mrs. Dick Turcott and daughter Mary Jo of Farjo, North Dakota. Jerry Lynn Scott Small son of Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Scott of Winamac. escaped serious injury, Thursday noon, when he ran into The Edwin Busjalm Purdue pharmacy award of a ?],000 scholarship was given to Judy McCart at graduation exercises at Berry Bowi Wednesday evening. The award was presented by John P. Ulmcr, high school guidance director. (Pharos-Tribune Photo-Engraving.) the side of a car driven by William Trapp, at the corner of Pearl and Logan streets. He was treated at the office of Dr. H. J. Halleck for bruises and scratches. Sheriff Ralph Galbreath investigated. Jerry and Louise Hedge.", children of Mr. and Mrs. Don Hedger, of Winamac, underwent tonsiliecto- mies, at Carneal hospital on Mon-j day. Eddie Peter, fourteen year old son of Mrs. Gertrude Peter of Pulaski, was treated for second degree huras on his logs, at the office of Dr. H. J. Halleck, Tuesday. He was burned when 'he tractor he was filling with gasoline, caught fire. The fire was ex- Ungulshcd without any serious damage to the tractor. Larry t Bucks of Kcwanna, was fined $1 and costs in Justice of the Peace Delbert Lebo's court on a charge of speeding! filed by Silent: IZalph Galbreath. BOARDING KENNEL Boarding - Bathing - Clipping GLADYS 0. MONEY Hy. 24-Eair GYM SETS From .... $1998 SPORTLAND 515 Broadway Ph. 2310 Kool-Venf Awning SALES & SERVICE GLEN REID'S A 8 A 311 Cri. Phone 3650 DANCING Sat. & Sun. Nights during June Minors Admitted WEEK END SPECIALS Angel Fish ...... $1 pair Blue Moons .... 75c pair Sunset Voriafus . $1 pair Crescent Moons . 75c pair Cherry 'Rod Swords $1 pair Salt & P e PP»r Moons Gold Swords ____ $1 pair ~ ..... ...... 0 , ... , . ' H Groen Swords Rod Wag Swords $1 pair Marb | e Mo || io$ Tuxedo Swords . . $1 pair Black Mollios Opon 9 to 9 Including Sunday 75c pair 75c pair. $1 pair $1 pair GADDIS AQUARiUM 41 1 E. Ottawa Phono 2268 Summer Term Enler .Tune 1(1 or June 17 Day or EvenliiK C|«HH«H Call in person if convenient, write, or telephone 427(i for Infnrmntion, Kree Placement Service fnr «r;»lu;il.ea. Approved for veterans. Indiana Business College !>0l Burnen Office IlulldlnK Wheat-land Avenue Church Arranges For Bible School Wheatland avenue Methodist Vacation Church School will begin Monday, June 10 and continue through Friday, June 21. Classes are available for children 4 years through the 6th grade, with each class providing opportunities for study, play and worship. The school will use the cooperative texts which will be used in over 25 denominations this year, and the general theme will be "Wider Relationships." The subject of the Kindergarten Department will be "Friends Near and Far," and the teachers will be Mrs. Max Mitchell, Mrs. Lloyd Pusey, Mrs. Ray. Morgan, Mrs. Elizabeth Kerns and Connie Eikelburner. The primary department will be studying, "Our Families," and the teachers in this department will be Mrs. Howard Carbaugh, Mrs. Al Cowley, Mrs. Walter Collins, Mrs. Ira McCormack, Mrs. Walter Porter and Mrs. Clyde Carlson. The junior department will study the course, "Meet Your Neighbors", and this will be taught by Mrs. Rudy Novak, Mrs. Victor Sny- UPHOLSTERING! der, Mrs. Cecil Clary Jr., and Mrs. Marlin Personett. Other workers in the school will :e in charge of a nursery secre- :ary, Mrs. John Hershberger who will be in charge of a nursery for :he children of the teachers and refreshment committee composed -of Mrs. Boyden Thomas, Mrs. Fred Wood, Mrs. diaries Beldon. Kindergarten 9:00-9:30 — Informal activities, play and use of materials. 9:30-9:45—Outdoor play. 9:45-10:00—Clean up and lunch. 10:00-11:00—Conversation, songs, story and prayer. Primary and Junior Departments 9:00-9:30—Informal activities and jlanning. 9:30-10:00—Study and group activities. 10:00-10:20 — Supervised outdoor play. 10:20-10:45—Preparation for worship—learning hymns, scriptures, and composing prayers. 10:45-11:00—Worship—in the class or sanctuary. The closing program will be presented this year on Thursday evening, June 20 the day before the school closes. Children will return as usual for classes on Friday morning and will take their materials home at .the end of the morn- ng i session. The lowest official temperature ever recorded in the continental United States — 70 degrees. below zero occurred at Rogers Pass, Mont., in 1954.' Friday Evening, June 7, 1957. Wesleyan Bible School to Open Daily Vacation Bible school at Wesleyan church will be held June 10-21. Sessions will start at 9:30 a.m. Theme of the program will be "Jesus Calls Us". Those who need transportation to the school are asked to call 4694. Card of Thanks I wish to thank our friends and neighbors. Father Matuszak, Dr. Jones, Kroegor mortuary, St. Joseph hospital, nurses and everyone who helped in any way, for their kindness, sympathy, flowers ami cards during the illness and dealli of my husband. —Mrs. Jessie Say. FUR STORAGE Cleaning & Repairing Logan Fur Service Take your Newspaper WITH YOU and have when you have your hometown newspaper with you on your vacation! Whatever your interest you'll find something about it in your newspaper . . . International affairs, local happenings, sports, comics, features for men and women—In fact, something for the whole family! Don't miss all this exciting and worthwhile reading material while you are away. Plan to have the Pharos-Tribune delivered to you on your vacation. Vacation delivery service will cost the same as having the paper delivered to your home. The Pharos-Tribune Phone 4141 2018 North Street Phon. 4789 GARDEN TILLER FOR RENT Self Propelled, Selective Tilling. Garden Ida easy way with a Merry-Tiller. THESE GARDEN TOOLS FOR RENT Power lawn mowers, Aera- fors, Fertilizer Spreaders, Rollers, Fence Stretchers, Grub Hoes, Electric Hedge Trimmer, Post Hole- Augers Pruning Saws, Shovels, Tree Trimmers. ALL AT TOOL RENTAL DEPT. South Side Lbr. Co. 811 Burlington Avo. Phone 2319 Open Sunday Morning GERANIUMS 25c and up Petunias, Coleus, bedding plants for flower boxes and • garden Hardy Mums. Vegetable and flower plants, the best and disease resistant varieties. Spray materials, Statlcr's and Rapid Gro. Plant foods, peat moss. Morkert's Greenhouse 1529 Pleasant Hill No Delivery 521 High Phone 3632 BAKE SALE FOSTER FUWNITURE STORE 9 a.m.-5 p.m. Sat., June 8 WOMEN OF THE MOOSE HE IS HAPPY ' Because ... His Gifts Come From BRUMBAUGH'S 1 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 all members of the Cass County Medical Society. 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