Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on December 10, 1957 · Page 24
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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 24

Logansport, Indiana
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Tuesday, December 10, 1957
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rUBLIU IIBKKKT Tuesday Evening, December 10, 195" Film Star Having Bit of Trouble With Woodpeckers HOLLYWOOD (UP) - Esther Williams hollered for help today her lioi'se is being -plin.erect l-v woodpeckers and she can't do anything to stop them. The swim star, clad fth', bullfighter pants, skin- climbed in atop the roof of her ranch-style canyon home to survey the wreckage. Shingles were scattere' helter skelter, holes the size of silver dollars were punched through to :he attic, and acorns were wedged! Larrison into every cranny. a . brassiere filled with acorns," she- said grimly. "I don't think it's very funny at this stage. If anybody knows a. humane way to gc:t rid of woodpeckers I'd certainly appreciate, hearing from them." Hospital Noltes MEMORIAL 1849 Woodlawn avenue, a daughter; to Mr. and Mrs. Nicho'•Jt bogan when a man, who hadi'as Grostefon, Star City, a son-. been oiling roofs in the neighbor- 1 Admitted: Mrs. Frances Smith, hood, offered to fix our roof for route 1; Michael Fiedler, route 3; half price," Esther explained happily. Peppermint Flavored Oil un-. Mrs. Charlotte Smeacl street. Hamilton, 2101 "So he spread some evil smell- HJH. ing stuff all over the place, col- | a wn Dismissed: Alfred Frye, Bunker avenue. Cora Ptigh, H32 Wood- jlawn avenue: Robert Sheckell, iectcd his money and disappeared. \ :m - Norttl Pennsylvania avenue; That oil must have been pepper-| Mrs Mary Terry . 114 Burlington mint flavored. ' ' ' "A few weeks later T woke up to hear horrible pounding noises. 137. JOSEPH'S It sounded like a mob of process! Born: To Mr. and Mrs Robert servers trying to break down the. Woolever Walton, a son;-Mr. and doors. Looked all over the house \ Mrs Lester JIuber routes Wir.a- before I spotted two dozen wood-1 mac a son . Mr _ and Mrs Donald peckers drilling away on the roof. | Gun t c r, 331& Wheatland avenue; "Since then it's been .pen war-l a daughter. fare." J Admitted: Mrs. Ira Shields, 'Esther called her insurance! route 5; Paul Stantoa, Twelve company, but got the h o r s e i Mile; John Perry State Hospital; I devotional thought, telling the story laugh. I John Oster, State Hospital; Jackj ° f Christmas, in a new and dehght- "They said woodpecker damage! Broadback, 2226'/4 East Broadway. ful manner. Rochester Mr. and Mrs. Ray Woodcox entertained Sunday evening in honor of Mr. and Mrs. Harry McVay, who are leaving Thursday for California, to spend several months. Guests present were Mr. and Mrs. Frank Justus, Mr. and Mrs, T. E. Holland and the honored guests. Sards were enjoyed and refreshments were served at the close of the evening. they would have spent on a grab bag gift, for benevolences. The program was presented by Kenneth Castleman, who introduced Mrs. Dale Shaw. Mrs. Shaw read a group of Christmas poems, after which the Rev, Donald Decker exhibited a group of early paintings, depicting the Christmas theme. He commented on the spiritual significance o£ each picture. Miss Sherry Mow favored with several musical' numbers. She Mr. and Mrs. Harry McVay had!sang "Cantique Noel" and a med- as their Sunday evening dinner:ley of Christmas carols. Miss Har- guests, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Over-'riett Bonine accompanied at the myer and sons, Carl Bob and Rich- piano, ard Lee: j Refreshments in keeping with the Miss 'Judy Morgan of Indianapo- Christmas season were served the weekend with her spent parents, Mr. and Mrs. Casey Morgan. Mr. and Mrs. Dale Bryant and children of Rochester, were Sunday guests of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Guy Bryant. The Westminster Forum class of the Presbyterian church held their class party and meeting in the home of the president, Mr. and Mrs. Burk Miller, Sunday evening. Mr. Miller presided over a short business meeting in which new officers were elected: president, V. C. Conover; vice 1 president. Wayne Hitlle; secretary, Mrs. Kenneth Caslleman; and treasurer, Don Werner. Mrs. Lloyd Jefferies broiight the from a beautififlly appointed buffet. Christmas greenery and lighted tapers formed the centerpiece. Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Smith-and family' had as . their weekend guests, Mr. and Mrs. Keith Lungren and family of Frankfort. Mr, and Mrs. Don Metzger and Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Schwenk spent Saturday in Chicago. They were joined by the managers of District No. 1, of the Indiana Farm Bureau Co-operatives, The group PAT GODFREY ON MEND LEESBURG, Va. (UP)—Patricia Logansport, Indiana, Pharos-Tribune Nine was reported recovering today' c - L - Wood said Miss Godfrey'! noon, and had dinner ' the from injuries suffered in a week- £*» Schmidt Restaurant' in Hammond. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Justus called on relatives in Argos Sunday. They were, dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Howard Kreighbaum and son, in Plymouth. Mr, and Mrs. Donald Swick, R. R, 1, are the parents of a son. Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Bailey and family were in Macy Sunday where they attended the dinner and wedding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. Richard Briggs. ~ CALL MORE JtRORS • RICHMOND (UP)—A special venire of 25 prospective jurors was scheduled to appear in Wayne Superior Court today as attorneys tried to select a jury for the first- degree murder trial of Ethel Wise, 31, Richmond. Miss Wise was charged in the "jealousy" slaying of award-winning photographer Roy Hirshburg, 64, Richmond, last March 25th. A venire of 35 jurors was exhausted Monday. of television star Arthur Godfrey, lend traffic accident. State trooper j shoulder and numerous cuts. p Give and serve the magnificent vvliislcey of Mr. Bond and Mr. Lillarcl was an act of God and I couldn't collect on my policy. Each hole Dismissed: Mrs. ;>38 Bates street; came under my SoO cleductable j Goodrich, Royal Center, clause—which meant I'd have to'- ; pay that much for each of 500 j holes. Bought Gun, Couldn't Shor»l The actress climbed down from Lillian Blunk, The group made a cash contri- Mrs. James bution to Ihe building lot fund. ' They also decided to use the cash V Ihe roof and into the attic where i* shafts of light from the holes! S? made a pleasant polka dot pat tern. "I bought a pellet gun. but I;| couldn't bear the thought of shoot-j i? ing the darned birds. I considered!^ a scarecrow, but the neighbors j v think I'd lost my mind. j-|J "I read a book an woodpeckers. \y I learned they store more acorns | ^ than they can eat. After a while!.8 the acorns attract mice, jays and; |J chipmunks. That's all f need." i y A leaky roof and constant' g drumming noises aren't the only j g problems. Esther's closets are being invaded. "I have lingerie drawers built into the walls, and every once in a while I open one of them to find .•VOTJCK STATE OP INDIANA ) )SS: CCIrxTV OF CASS ) NOTICTC TO ALL PERSON'S IN- TFKKSTKD IN THE ESTATE OF MA I IT SEHRT. In the Circuit Court of Cass County, November Term, 1^57, Cause Number 147B8. In the matter of the Estate 7,Iary Sehrt, deceased. Notice is hfreby ffiven that Ruth | °4 & Crockett as Kxecutrlx of the above named estate, has preset)led and filtri her account in. final .settlement oT stild estate, and that the same will come up for the examination and action of said Circuit Court, on the 20 day of December, 1937, at which time all persons interested in said estate are required to appear In said court and show cause. If any there he, why said account should not bo approved. And the heirs of said decedent and all others interested are also required to appear and make prool of their heirshlp-or claim to any part of said estate. Ruth Crockett Personal Representative 1'om 7*. Klrschauer Attorney Christmas Candy give and enjoy lib. box. *1.35 2 Ib. box 2.6O 3 Ib. box 3.85 5 Ib. box 6.35 Fresh, delicious Assorted Chocolates made of the very finest ingredients , . . creams, fruits, nuts, caramel and crisp centers to tempt anyone ... to Please everyone! 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