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Logansport, Indiana
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Saturday, June 8, 1957
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Logansport. Indiana, Pharos-Tribune Bureau Show Plans Made Qualifications for entering the Cass County Farm Bureau talent show in Washington township school at 8 p.m. June 21 were announced Friday. Registration wil) be that night between 7:30 and 7:45 p.m. Only Farm Bureau members and families may enter. Time limit on each ect is five minutes. The show will be divided into three classes: children through 10 years old; 11-17 years old; and 18 years and over. First place winners in the contest will get $7.50; second placers. $3; and third placers, $2.50. All other entries will get $1 consolation prizes. First place winners may participate in a district contest at Frankfort July 10. Judging of the acts will be based SO per cent on presentation, preparation, ease and enjoyment; 50 per cent will be based on suitability, selection of material and type;' and 20 per cent will be on audience effect and on wholesome entertainment. Prospective contestants are asked to contact their township leaders. Those serving on the talent show committee are: Mrs. Martha Baker, chairman, Harrison township; Mrs. Marjoric Earner, Washington township Mrs. Adaline Price, Tipton; and Mrs. Roscoe Lynas, Jackson. Bible School Opens Monday at Main Street Methodist Main Street Methodist church will hold Daily Vacation Bible- school for two weeks starting Monday. Classes will he in session five days a week, 9:30 to 11:30 a.m. Bible school theme is "Jesus Calls." Director is Mr.s. Ray Speitel assisted by Mrs, Gladys Jenkins and Mrs. Frances Steinmetz. Teachers are Mrs. Watkins and Mrs. Sibley-four-year olds; Mrs. Kinnie and Mrs. Don Speitel, beginners; Mrs. Kobert Kummer and Mrs. Clifford Miller and Mrs. Eva Yeater, primary; Mrs. Giadys Jenkins and Mrs. Kuleta Hand, juniors. Girls that will assist are Carol Myers, Louise Baker. Hita Spaulding, Vickie Walker, Sharon Frick, Marsha Miller and Wanda DuBoise. Monticello Announcement have been received of the marriage of William Albert Kendrick, former well known resident of Monticello and Cass township, and at one time a resident at Michigan City, and Rachel Turner Reinman of Michigan City, which was an event of Wednesday, May 29th, at the Methodist Church in LaPorte. Mr. and Mrs. N. C. Seward, close friends of the birde, 1 were the attendants. Mr. and Mrs. Kendrick will be at home after June 15, at 2803 Oriole Trail, Long Beach, Michigan City. Acting Fire Chief Frank Kellenburger and Mrs. Kellenburger deputy county auditor, have moved and are located in their new home, 517 West Jefferson street, which they purchased from Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Melson. They moved from their property at 5(11 West Jefferson street where they have lived following their marriage, and which they have rented to Mr. and Mrs. Russell Rumple and family. The Rumples are moving there from 201 South Rail- mad street. Mr. and Mrs. Melson have retiring officers, together with Mrs. Maude McBee, were the committee in charge of the final dinner party, the last meeting until September. Mrs. Charles Teeter was admitted to White County Memorial Hospital Wednesday for x-ray examination and observation. She is in room 38. Walter Simons, bailiff of the White circuit court, is confined to his home, 218 South Main street, with a severe cold and asthma. The Board of White County Commissioners at their regular June session this week granted permission to the Women's Hospital Auxiliary to hold a money making auction sale for the Auxiliary benefit on July 6th from the band stand on the court house grounds. Burlington Mr. and Mrs. Jean Beck have recently returned home after spending several days with their son, Mr. and Mrs. Tom Beck and children of New • Jersey., Miss June Williams, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Williams, northeast of here have accepted employment in a bank at Logansport. She is a 1957 _ graduate of the local high school. Gus Clingenpeel, the Russiaville mail carrier, living southeast of here, mangled -the index finger on his left hand while working with an new power lawn mower. American Legion Auxiliary members are reminded that the second district meeting will be DEBBIE REYNOLDS NEXT AT STATE The date of Monday evening held a( . Morrocco Wednesday . Con- July 22, was set for a northwest' district meeting ot county' commissioners to be, held at the Sportsman Hotel, sponsored jointly by White and Carroll county commissioners. The usual claims were allowed and reports of the county clerk, Veterans Service officer, auditor, recorder arid J. P. Plummer were received and approved. Attorney and Mrs. Robert Mil- Saturday Evening, June 8, 1957, tact Mrs. Jack Jimmy Crume, son of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Crume has enlisted in the US Air Force. He is taking his basic training at Larkland Air Force Base, Tex. Crume graduated with the local 1957 class. • ~ Mr. and Mrs. Charles Ferriers spent the weekend in Lansing, Michigan. Daily Vacation Bible school will mated to the C W Lane r«i i lion arrivecl * homo Monday night| end Friday with picnics at various rriDvea 10 me L. \v. .bane rasi- t _._ R-I-U mi.nnnein ,.,v,m.^ ,_ , ' ...m u- L .,J dcnce, 621 West Broadway, which they have purchased. The Lane family home is now in Chula Vi.sta, California. The marriage of Miss Carolyn Jean Probasco of Monticello, daughter of Mrs. J. Sherman Probasco and the late Mr. Probasco of West Point, and Kean Kvan Robinson, son of Mr, and Mr.s. Clarence Robinson of Brookston will be an event of Sunday, June 9th, at 2:30 o'clock at the Jackson Heights Methodist Church near West Point. All friends and relatives are invited to attend the rites. Mr. and Mrs. Anton S. Altman of Reynolds route, will celebrate their golden wedding anniversary Sunday, June 16th. A reception will be held at St. Joseph's recreation hall from 2 to 4 o'clock. All friends and relatives are invited. No invitations have been sent and all are cordially invited to attend. It was first incorrectly published that invitations had been issued. All I from Beloit, Wisconsin, where friends and relatives are invited to the wedding at the Bedford Presbyterian Church Sunday afternoon. June 9th, at 2:30 o'clock when Miss Ruby Louise Tucker «;i!i become the bride of Charles Clertjet, son or Mr. and Mrs. Earl Clerget of Monticello, route 3. Miss Tucker, vocal Mrs. Euleta Hand will play the organ and Mrs. Dunham the piano. Music will be led by Mrs c .. . •" -""• . uw , ..i. „. iTji.,.-, i ui.At.-j , vuu<Jl IL-ilL'i;- Speitel. Rev. Dunham will help i € r in the local elementary schools with scripture and prayer. | is the daughter of Mr. and Mr.s A program Sunday night, June A. R. Tucker of Kernersvillc will concluded the school. -• ----- they were called by the death and to attend the funeral services for the latter's sister, Mrs. Arthur Walker, 38, of Beloit, whose death occurred in a hospital there Friday morning. Death was first attributed to food poisoning but later diagnosis determined it was caused by a heart attack. Mrs. Fosselman, mother of the parks. A program will be held Leslie Nielsen and Debbie Reynolds in a scene from "Tammy and the Bachelor" which starts Sunday at the State theater. Hospital Notes MEMORIAL Admitted: Mrs. Martha Williams, 521 West Miami avenue; Miss Darlene Pufahl, Royal Center; Kenneth Bell, Camdeii; Kent Hall, 1830 High street. Dismissed: Mrs. Betty Batty, Star City; Master Jerry Garr, 935 Erie avenue; Mrs. May Gehrlien, Sunday nlcht at the school ram 1 108 Fourth street; Mrs ' Lowe11 Mc - bunclay nigut at tne scnooi gym. ™ ,. Hn ., Bhto , „.... ,. ,.,„ Mrs. Blanehe Hinkle was given a surprise birthday party Tuesday evening. Mrs. Dan Johns presided over the regular meeting. Contests were won by Mrs. Ross Garrison and Mrs. Hinkle. Door prize was won by Mrs. Walter Ten Brook. Mrs. Hinkle received gifts and. a birthday cake. Twen- Rev. Robert Fosselman of Our ty-one attended. Mrs. Ross Gar- Lady of the Lakes Church, was brought to her home today in the Smith and Aufenberg ambulance from the St. Elizabeth Hospital at Lafayette whcro she was a patient for several days. Mrs. Laura fdle Das been car- ring for Mrs. Lula Nic'hols the past several weeks. Pfc. and Mrs. Ronald C. Miller are the parents of. a son, Christopher Blair, born Wednes- rison was guest. Hostesses were Clure- and daughter, route 3; Miss Dawn Martin, route 3; Master John 4-H News The Washington Workers 4-H club held a short business meeting called to order by the president, Ellen Earner, with Girl Scout Pfews The father and daughter ham and bean supper will be at the local Girl Scout camp this Sunday, June 9. There will be a tour of the camp at 4 p.m. and supper will be served at 5; 30 p.m. Mrs. Velma Hines, who is in charge of the supper, is anticipating a good turn-out. >• Senior Troop 33 met with the | mothers of the Scouts and leaders I Monday afternoon to finish plans 'for the trip to Washington, D. C., beginning Wednesday, June 12. The chartered bus will leave the local bus station at 5:30 in the morning. They will spend the" first night in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, the following three nights at Rockwood, the National Girl Scout Camp outside of Washington, and tlie last night at Parkersburg, West Virginia. All scenes of historical interest are to be visited. The eighteen, seniors going on the trip are: Linda Bridenbaugh, Betsy Corcoran, Marilyn Dodrill, Pat Emmerd, Carole Sue Hardt, Joann Harrison, Beth Hight, Arlene Isaacs, Karen Kline, Carolyn Massey,, Mary Ellen Mcllwain, Pat Mcllwain, Joan Pasquale, Sally in opening. Devotions were 'given by Mary Lois Martin. Muehlhausen, route 2; Mrs. Ivan I Members, gave "something new Skiles and daughter, Young Amer- in a_nswer lo_ roll call and Connie ica; Miss Carol Vaughan, route 5; Miss Jennifer Wflley, 1503 East Market street. ST. JOSEPH'S Born: To Mr. and Mrs. Donald Beaver, route 1, Knox, a'son. Johns. • Mr. and Mrs. Harley Mummert spent the weekend with their daughter, Mr.' and Mrs. Jack Gushing and (laughters of Arlington Heights, 111, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Bonsum and sons have moved in the Virgil Arvin home in the north end of town. Master Robert Brenner, 817 Seventeenth street; John Snyder, route 4; Miss Brenda Snyder, route 4. Dismissed: Larry Parker, 105 West Ottawa street; Milton Har- loin, 822 Twelfth street; James Hendricks, 2318 East Broadway; Louis Joroski, 600 West Linden avenue; Master Harold Pursch, 215 Park avenue; Mrs. Margaret Con„ , , , , „„ rad, 1828 Clifton avenue; Mrs. Ann Crolhers daughter of Mr. G!atlys Finloili nfll whca tland av- and Mrs. Lafe Crothers, will be married June 21 a'- the Burlington Christian church. Miss Crothers is a graduate of Park- Nursing at Fort view School 23, . Certificates and perfect attendance gifts will be awarded. .-VflTI(,-|: 01.' AIIMIMISTIIAT10N- BTATJi OK I.N-JJIANA COUNTY OP CAMS ! * ii ' IN TIIK CAMS CIRCUIT COURT AIM'.Il, TKIt.M. ll/r.7 Notice IM h'rrishy j.;lvi;n th.lt Tlid Miiii'inai Hank of jv, K amiport wa«, held Thursday evening, a delight- w - n ] [ fill dinner party holt! at the home North Carolina. The Rev. Herman E. Dirks will officiate at the rites. A reception will follow in the church basement. Miss Helen Jackson was elected president of the Thalia Club at the last meeting of the season Jiolnttil l-.xni-nlur it! Die .-,..,,. ,,,,, and J (.-.-Uinanunt of ThornaH L. Coo* PHI-, (!ec:(.;i:.'-rl. All iiui-Knim havliitf cliiltnii aKaliiHt .talil OHlatir, whotlu-r or not niiw iliii-, must file thu «ann> In wild nourt within MX (r,, monthii from ihi. ilatu ,,t tho flrM. . publication of thl:i nolle., or xulil Claims will be foicvur barri-il 4i.i'"'. t '; <l ; " J '"K'«'H[«>rt. Indiana, Uiln 21th Jay ,,r May, 11107 KMZAUKTH day night, June 5th, at 7:30 o'-i Meredith Parker, son of Mr., and clock at White County Memorial Mrs, Russell Parker and Betty Hospital. The mother and son are gelling along nicely. Mrs. Miller is the former Carmelita Dodd, and the proud grandparents are Mr, and Mrs. J. ilruce Dodd,'4! 1 South Main street, Monticello, and Mr. and Mrs. Merrill. Miller, of Logansport. Pfc. Miller, in the Marines received an emergency 15 days leave to be home at the time of the baby's birth. He is now stationed at 29 Palms, California, The wedding of Miss Edna -icklcr and the Rev. Ralph G-win will lake place at the Guernsey Brethren Church Sunday afternoon, June Ifilh, at 4:30 o'clock. Friends and relatives are invited. Mrs. Vena Chrisly of Royal Crnter route, was dismissed Wednesday afternoon from White County Memorial Hospital where .she had been a patient since Fri- Mrs Heen Wesf f«^n *£•'Other' o^»£.« ™fj™ ! °L ,f ^^_ ed were Mr.s. Mildred Olsen vice- president; Mrs. Albert Greenlee, -\OTKJK TO .V (I N- IIK HI UK! N'TS NO. :i:iHf, TH.IC HTATJK OF INDIANA) secretary, and Miss Julia Mo Cuaig, treasurer. The newly named officers for 1957-.-K! will succeed Mrs. Florence McNow, president; Mrs. 01- jta Nelson, vice president; Mrs. (Helen Spencer, treasurer, and liss Faye Gridiey, secretary. The ;v"orFc T ?:r~oF'K j: i :7Ti"v i^'iTTTn >s~ CASS CIUOIMT COURT OP DIANA, AJ'iUJ, TKH.M. I!i;7. HI Mai K JO WILSON VS. . WlhKO.V CO.M- ' OVVKN l'I,A/.N'T Foil A . KK IT KNOVt'.v, il,at on thi 2tflh day tit l»:l«ln>r In Id'. y::ir lar which she wear for a time. Mrs. Christy is employed at RBM at Logansporl. Chief of Police and Mrs. Lawrence H. Kraud and Mr. and Mrs. Perdue Powlen have returned home from a week's fishing trip at Woods Lodge, Crivitz, Wis- Local Mai! Carrier Roa', : !i'' ; " 0 r" 'r'ubi'k. ^w".•it'll"' 1 , l !,'i°'^ eors °^ Service Wayne, and is employed at the St. Joseph hospital, Kokomo. Mr. Parker, Burlington High school graduate, is farming, They will live in the Vella Hendrix apartment. Camden Mr. and Mrs. Norwood Gentry and family are guests of relatives in Denver, Colo. Mrs. Ollie Gardner, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Gardner ar.d family, Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Gardner attended a reception in Etkhart at the club house for Mr. and Mrs. William Stemm Jr. who were married May 26. Miss Nettie Windle has returned from a visit with relatives neat Denver. Guests at Mr. and Mrs. How ard Myers have been Mrs. Nellk Wald of Indianapolis. Dinner enue; Mrs. Evelyn Martin, route 3; Mrs. Bertha Wilson, route 5; Mrs. James Kuhn and daughter, Winamac; Mrs. James Cory and daughter, Indianapolis; Mrs. Anna Freel, 21.25 East Market street. Culver Miss Nancy B. Rodgcrs of Knnx and Ronald McKee were married in Knox recently. Miss Doris Truitt and Richard Sieele were married at Knightstown Saturday afternoon. Mrs. Ira Cromley was hostess. Monday evening at her home at the meeting of WSCS of the Brethren church. Nine members attended. Culver Vacation Bible school which is held in the school building has an enrollment of 117 pupils. VFW Ladies Auxiliary met Monday evening at the Post Home. Sixteen members attended, Linda Shock was taken to Riley hospilal in Indianapolis she will undergo surgery on her head. Academy will award .164 cliplo- Sunday evening were Mr. | mas June 12 to cadets, and Mrs. Robert Shipp and child-', Mrs. Wayne Crow and baby re- ren of Warsaw. Mrs. Wald returned home visit. '.he Shipps for a Klifr.ly orri ot thu City or Will l-CCftl.. if Ilia r;i,-rk-Tr 'iBtirer 01: - •iiilil City until i ho ll,,,,, (1:00 I'.M., D.K.T.J. ,,n Jim, ileil l>li|,i for t'ii'n furnlHh- liir.e. ilnr nl.i,vi. n.-un'Ml plaintiff: for thu City uli I.OKan»pim.''lmi n |by hi'.r Atli.rin.yii fll.,/1 In thu "r- 'I"", to-wit: ' ' flcn HI tho r:li!i-k of Ihi; c:ann Ch- " " " ~ cn!t Court In-ir complaint atcalnm tlin rlrrrimlam In t!:n alxivn cm- All In arcoi-iliii titled cauise, and on .Mini. 7, -|!<r>7, 'ipcrrlfIcatloiif! thu of a r:om|j<:u;jit pur- I'll'' In tlio ofj-Juu «<.n that afttr nan till; Stall: llKtl-lllin.nl III tMl U not H r»Mil'-til or of f n.Kiu.a, to-wit: r.;»l- . . by notlrle.l of . fit IH thf'/vr/'or li.-r.-- tho flllnif iin.l ;i.-,i.l- vncy of fiuld . him, iind that IIII|.;IIM IH; ;i!>l"" L rM and uniiWrrn or (lemur* th.-r.iio, lit Iht: .".•tllll.'K '..' HHltl <-IIIIHO ,-ll till! Court lloimii in ilm cltv of l/o- Kitn.Hjiort, In CUSK County, In thu Htalc -,,f In, Ilium, on tin: -I t h liny of H»M>t<-mb'-r. 1!)T,7. and Mal'l Complaint and liio inar.UTM anil thfiiKM th'-p-ln rontalni.-tl and alli-iriMl, will bi- heard and (lot^rjnln.;,! In lil« . WITNKSH I hu Clerk and K. or hald Court, UI!H 7th day of June. 1D57. (KKAL.) BMXAHKTH niKKBK Clerk i 'IIMH Circuit Court JfANNA * MM A 1-1, Attorney for I'lalntlfr. X - 1 Ti - i 2 Olio Halt Ton Truck For Ulld ''•y Jliu 1'arlc .Department. with f now •r DID C'l«rl<- Tre.-imir.;r of HIM' City in the city liilllillm.;, LonailNiinrl. Indiana Dorcas Society of Baptist church has postponed their meeting until June 14. Mr. and .Mrs. Gerald Harrison had as guests Saturday evening | John Harrison and wife of Chica- Muiiman Harry West walked 100,-'go and Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Har- ffOfl miles in 37 years-discounting extra-curricular footwork. West has retired from service. During those years, he tramped over most of Lngansporl and drove over 25,000 miles of country mail routes. He traveled 425,800 miles on the job, West, who lives at Mlft E, Broadway, entered the postal service tor May 1, 1020. He walked 14 miles rison, at Loganspor',. Dale Myers has returned from Memphis, Tenn. wliere he has beer, visiting his brother Donald; Mr ' antl Ml ' s ' J°'"i Middle-ton Myers and family. Barrel! Mac Nab, son of Rev. and Mr.s. Duncan Mac Nab, has gone to Melcalfc, Ontario, Canada, to visit relatives this summer. Alice Leslie, Robert Crume and Charles Kcrk have been graduated u state. Hoard " day on the city routes, 100,800 f rom Purdue univcristy Sunday, or jail-told, until Jan. 17, 11144 when! Laura Tosh Baker and Robert una. HuttiiiK forth Ihn i|nii:itlty Miiallly, anil priiM: of I,U L .|, „ n ,| and shall In all other iply with the, l;t\VH th Ht;iln ot Indiana, tliurnunto in-r- liilMliiK. A honil i.i- t:'-rlllli.|l I'huclt mudu • payniili.- to thu Cily nf l."K:ui!iporl, Inillana nhall liu filial wllh uafli bl'l I/; t)io junnunt. of ten pui- i:unt ( 10',;.) of thu hid. Thi! l-ll-hl. in rdHurvuil to l-ojctit Or I'UKMC! .SA7'*KTV O TIIK HOARD WOK KM A.M.) . TIIK Cl'I'V OP JjOOANSI'OKT, INJJIAN'A. ATTICS'!.': RAr.i'ir n. SMITH CblC I UC-TKIiA.su HER ;ie hocamo rural carrier for Bethlehem and Clay townships. He didn't hoof it on the rural route. He motorerd. For .13 years he wenl aboul 25,000 miles a year, a total of 325,000 miles. His walking didn't hamper his enthusiasm for comtnunii.y activities. He was president of the Music Boosters Association and he was chairman for the Hour of Music Wise received diplomas from Indiana university and Edward Quinn from Franklin co'lege. and was president of it for two years. He was state officer of the Indiana State A.ssDcialion of Letter Carriers, of which he wns president two consecutive years. He was instrumental in bringing the t for four consecutive yuars. Me was i convention to Logansport twice, in 7-« on the, YMCA board for five years! IJMfl and )!)50. Shaft gave the'secretary's report and Ellen Ramer the treasurer's report. Bonnie Berlet talked on Health and Safety. At the close of the • session the local judging contest was held. The Yankee Maidens 4iH club ietta Plotner, 62 Seventeenth street;] meeting was held Wednesday at 2 p.m. at Young America high school with the president, Sonja Morris, opening the mee'jng. Members gave "somehling new in Home Economics" in answer to roll call preceding a report by Ellen Wilson, secretary. Barbara Lybrook led in group singing and Ruthie Smith gave a report on Health and Safety. Sharon Segraves -presented de- votio-ns and a special number was sung by Pam Shawver and Kathie Wilson. Demonstrations wero given by Joan Manning on a short cake and Jean Nelson on party favors. Miss Nelson demonstrated using a bottle cap and a jeliy bean for favors. Dutie Simpson gave how to measure liquid and Sheryle Martin on orangebre-ad. Patty Krise and Joyce Wooley tried out for county demonstrations and the' meeting adjourned with serving of refreshments. The All-American Girls 4-H Club of Washington Township, Carroll County, wus called to order June 5, in the Deer Creek school building by vice-president, Barbara Johnson. The flag pledges were led by Jan Shcdron and Patty Packard. Thirty members and two adult leaders answered roll call by "telling the truth about their weight". The minutes of the last meeting were given by Nancy Chapman. Sandra Sidenbender, Health and Safety leader, gave a report on "Ways to Moke Hazards Safe'. Bonnie Smith demonstrated on "Choosing Proper Skirt and Blouse Material". A group demonstration on "Yeast Rolls" was given by Lois Sidenbender, Sandra Sidenbender, Jane Downham, and Judy Bowman. A "Jiffy Day Icing" was demonstrated by Peggy Smith. Joetta Joyce demonstrated "How to Make a Lamp", Recreation was led by Myr.'i Johnson and refreshments were served. The next meeling will be he'd June 12, at 10 p.m. in the Deer Creek school building. Marilyn Jjush, Barbara Dixie Ulery, and Joan Schmidt. Mrs. Mary Emmerd and Mrs. George Thomas will be the leaders in charge. Junior high school troop 56 will leave Monday morning for a three- day camping trip to Spring Mills Park, Indiana. Scouts attending this camp will be: Priscilla Carroll, Beverly Jean Fitz, Roberta Hammontree, Jeanetle Hardt, Beverly Hunter, Mary Harrison, Erin Killion, Sheryl LaDow. Mary Lee TOO Attend Recital Of Wilson Students One hundred guests attended tho recital of students of the Wilson Studio of Speech Thursday evening in the Baptist Temple auditorium/ It was the occasion of tho presentation o£ the silver honor pins to Miss Lynne Dcnham and Miss Bonnie Wilson, who were assisted in the program by the other students giving monologues, dialect readings and humorous sketches and stories. Joyce Frushour told a story oJ the way children buy candy; Melissa Morris gave a monologue- of a little girl investigating good things in a pantry and Rickey Powlen's sketch was of a boy with girl-trouble. Carol Wilson's monologue "Back Seat Flying" was a look into the future; Ann Kiesiing w;is effective with an amusing story of a man's shopping trip caMwi "His Level Best." Don Blmm showed ability in timing in a sketch called "Mr. Hay's Memory System." monologue Cindy Hal! gave a called "Shoppins." Law, Margaret Massey, Carol Max-! on the program. son, Juanita Melvin, Ruth Ann Michael, Patricia Ann Murphy, Sue Powell, Joyce Silberman, Doris Taylor, Ella May Yard, and Ellen Adair. Leaders, Mrs. Lorraine Garver and Miss Grace Pen-one. personation of a mother at a children's party and Elizabeth Ann Lowe gave a slory of collecting antiques. Lynnc Denhiun, gave a clever impersonation of a Jewish mother with her children at the seashore and Bonnie Wilson impersonated a bride doing her first household buying. Miss Dorothy Wilson made (he presentation of the silver pins in the shape of comedy masks, to Lynne Denham and Bonnie Wilson and favors to others appearing turned home from Woodlav/n hospital Friday morning. ' Edgar Fenimore underwent a major operation in the Billings hospital in Chicago. Mrs. Hebeccu Uobinson was taken to the Parkview hospital at Plymouth recently. Mrs. Nellie Baker'spent a few days in Michigan. Louis Listenberger underwent an operation in thu Osteopathie hospital at South Bend. Mrs. William Parkins was a guest of the Senior troop at the regular meeting this week in the Girl Scout headquarters. Mrs. Parkins spoke on poise and ettiquette tips in travelling. Neal Home Ladies Feted On Birthdays Y.W.CA. Monday, June 10th: Sigma Pht Gamma 7:45 p.m., dining romn, parlors and kitchen; Men's Dupli- calc Bridge, Annex at 7:30 p.m.; Railroad Clerks, basement at 7:;iO p.m. Tuesday. June llth: Hi-Tri Lc.-»i- ership Training, Parlors at 1:30 p.m.; Delia Chi Sigma, parlor* at S p.m. • Wednesday. June izlh: Y. Hostess Group ;iilend Dance at Air I Base. To meet at YW to board Mrs. Elsie Aron and Mrs. Minnie 'bus; Board of Directors, dining Duncan of the Neal Home were honored at a birthday parly Thursday, sponsored by the Deacon Grange. Mrs. Margaret Williamson played a piano prelude of sacred mu sic. The Reverend Thomas Swantner, pastor of the Walton Methodist church sang, ,"1 Walked Today Where Jesus Walked." Don Williamson sang, "Near to the Heart of God." "God's Voice" was the theme of the message given by the Reverend Swantner. "After The Day Is Through" was sung by' Mrs. Williamson and Don after 'which prayer wus given by the Reverend Swantner. Resident* of the home and guests then sang "Happy Birthday" to the honored guests. They were presented gifts of fruit and a birthday cake. Refreshments were served, and favors were miniature aprons with cups filled with mints. On the committee were Mrs. Margaret Williamson, Mr.s. Maude Logan, Mrs. Oso Garret and Mrs. Florence O'Blenis. room at 7:30 p.m. Thursday, June nth: Who's Now ,i( 1 p.m. in Parlors, dining room and kitchen. Saturday, .lune 15lh: Jr. High car.leen 7-9 p.m. Annex. Approve Burnett's Creek Bridge INDIANAPOLIS UP — The Indiana Flood Control and \V;ili-r Resources Commissiim Friday ;in- proved 12 construction projects to channel water flow. Included were <i bridge over Eel Riwr ne:ir Columbia City; a bridge along U. S. ;«) over Robbins Ditch near Hamlel, and a bridge over Burnett's Creek nv.-ur Lafuyetle. HOOSIICK KNSICNR ANNAPOLIS, Md. U.T) — Knur Indiana midshipmen wore- coin- missioned ensigns in the U.S. Navy in tin- Academy's j,'r;)di;.-il;i>n exercises Friday. They were John W. Margcd.-int, 25, Kvansvillo; John S. Paul, 22, Indianapolis; Conrad P. Schullc. 22, .Jdft'r.suii- ville, iind William C. Knoille, Richmond. j und daughter of Lafayette are to spend the summer with Mr. and Mrs. Evert Holsel. Mrs. Kathlyn Bondey of Flint, Mich., spent Friday with Lewis! Lrstenbcrger and family. ' Mr. and Mrs. Norman Kelly and three children spent Sunday jn Chicago. Mr. rand Mrs. W. M. Neal. of Mulberry were guests Saturday of Dr. and Mrs. Meredith Springer and family. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Stuart of Dc- catur spent Sunday .with Mr. and Mrs. Barrett Irvine. Mr, and Mrs. C. IS. Bair Jr. and sons spent Sunday at Monticello. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Mikesell and daughter of Milwaukee spent a few days with Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Mikesell. Mrs. Coldie- Grassland of Fort Sen. Iirld!|{CH In Hospital WASHINGTON (UP) - Sen. Styles Bridges (R-K.H.), chairman of the Republican Policy Committee, was in Doctors Hospital today suffering from "complete exhaus-' tion." CAK-TKUOK CRASH FORT WAYNE (-UP) — John William Maloncy, 33, was killed late Friday and Raymond Miller, 2(>, both o.f Fort Wayne, was Injured in an aulom<>l>i!<Mlump truck collision at an intersection here. Thomas, Kentucky and Mrs. Elsie Lake of South Bend were recent guests of Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Crabb. TO CONTACT YOUR DOCTOR When you cannot locate your doctor ot his office or homo, call Physicians' Telephone Service PHONE 3849 This service Is provided for your convenience by all members of tho Cass County Medical Society. (Please clip this ad and keep this number handy until now phone books are issued) EARN GUARANTEED INTEREST 1902- Unlimited Amounts — in Multiples of $1,000 FARMERS & MERCHANTS THRIFT CERTIFICATES Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation — 'Member Federal Reserve System THE FARMERS & MERCHANTS STATE BANK, LOGANSPORT, INDIANA Member Federal Insurance Corporation — Member Federal Reserve System t —55 YEARS OF UNINTERRUPTED SERVICE TO THIS COMMUNITY— • -r 1957 GUARANTEED INTEREST

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