Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on December 11, 1957 · Page 30
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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 30

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Six Logansport, Indiana, Pharos-THtuae Rites Held for Eight Children, Victims of Blaze PARK FALLS, Wis. (UP)—Eight children, ranging in age from 1 to 10, were buried in a single casket Tuesday afternoon while their reproachful father and grieving mother looked or.. Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Klein had nothing to say to each other. They have not spoken to each other since their children burned to death in t-hcir home last Sunday while Mrs. Klein was sitting in a car with "another man." Klein has been working at a logging c '.mp 30 miles distant to earn j extra cash to pay for the children's Christmas presents when the multiple tragedy occurred. Dist. Ally. Carl Bjork said Mrs. Ardeta Klein, 38. had left her children shortly after noon Saturday, went to a tavern, and did not return until the following day when an overheated oil burner turned the home' into an inferno. She was bound over to Price County Circuit Court Tuesday on charges of child neglect. The parents arrived at the cemetery in separate cars. They left in separate cars. FUTURE BENNY GOODMAN Walton Mr. ,and Mrs. Lee Cook and daughter are vacationing this week with relatives in Virginia. During their absence, Mr, and Mrs. Bert Cook are staying at their home. Marshall Collins is recuperating at bis home after major surgery at St. Joseph hospital in Kokomo? Mrs. W. J. Calvert and son, | Jimmy Lee, have been returned.! to their home from Dukes hospital in Peru. Mrs. Minnie Ramer is visiting Mr. and Mrs. 'Owen Shanteau. in Logansport. Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Powell and family of Washington township have moved to the Huffman prop- ty recently vacated by Mr. and Mrs. Oweri Wolford. t Mrs. Jack Weaver, Mrs. Mary Wininger and Mrs. Jerry Baker attended the funeral of their grandmother,, Mrs. Elizabeth Miller held Friday at Winamac. Mrs. Fred Coblentz has been dis- missed from the hospital at Wabash and is convalescing at the home of Mr. and Mrs. John Small. Clarence Widner has gone to Florida for the winter. Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Robison of Young America are the parents of a son, born Dec. 4 at St. Joseph hospital in Kokomo. The mother is the former Nancy Logan of here. The Ladies Aid of the Christian church will meet Wednesday evening at 7:30 at the home of Mrs. Herbert Small. Gifts will be exchanged. Walton Chapter 184, OES, will gave devotions, based on the meet Thursday evening, Dec. 12, Christmas story. Mrs. Kinney gave f* JL The Con»re*ationM Christmas A la(i with mllsical inclinations, Ncal Hodges, 13, is shown trying party of the Bapli"iehurehwW l »«' the clarinct " e would lik * l » >' av ' £ ° r Christmas this year. Ncal, be held at the church at 5:30 p.m. wh » is in ""} ei ^ th Brad « ",' Linrc « 1 " i«ni°r high school, is the son next Sunday ot s ' Dwa y ne Hodges, G25 Sunset Drive. llrs. Carl Dittman is convalescing at St. Joseph Hospital, Logansport. A card party will be 'held Dec. 16 at 7:3D p.m. at th.j Deer Creek Conservation club. Twenty-iseven members of the Legion Auxiliary attended a Christmas party in the' Legion Hall on Monday evening. Gifts were exchanged and carols were Society of the church were joiests. Devotional period was in charge of Mrs. Marjorie Skiles and a reading was given by Elizabeth Low*, "A Gift for Teacher." Beverly Yerkes sang. A playlet, "OhinU'lmas Spirit, Lost and Found," was given by the Dorc t as Society with Mrs. H.an- na Apple'ton. Hostesses wen: Mes- sung, ' I dames Betty Smith, Jewel Ruth- Hostesses Alice Linn, Twyle| ledge and Fredah Gardner. TVertz and Margaret DeWitt; Members of the Aim-Hi Home served refreshments. Top scholastic grades at Camden High School went to Marilyn McCain, grade 9; Jerry Thomas, grade 10; Sharon Snoeberger, 11; and Lois Wagoner and Glen Miller. 12. Guests of Mr. and Mrs. Walter S. Kiles has been their daughter Shirley 'and her friends, Jody Hempling and Jody Wilt. . Ladies of the Camden Literary club entertained at a Christmas parly for children at the Baptist church Tuesday evening. The group sang carols and the •three children of Mrs. Joan Zook sang, "I Saw Santa Claus Kissing Mama" accompanied by their mother at the piano. Mrs. Duncan Mac-Nab •, gave a program, entitled "Night Before Christmas at the Zoo." Brian Appleton sang a vocal solo. "All I Want for Christmas Are My Two Front Teeth." Hostesses were Myra Gardner, Mary Wise, Joan Zook and Hanna Applcton. About 50 attended a meeting of •the Dorcas S Society held at the Baptist church Thursday evening. Ladies of the Women's Missionary the previous night. Demonstration club will have dinner at 6 p.m. on Tuesday, Dec. 19 at the Methodist church. After a dinner they will go to the home of Mrs. Gerald Sicber for their Christmas party. Gilts will be traded and secret pals- revealed. Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Rich an nounce the birth of a son at St. Elizabeth hospital, Lafayet'ie. Mr. Rich is a vocational agricultural teacher in the,Camden school. ' Guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Gardner were Mr. arid Mrs. P. G. Bowman of near Peru; R. J. Weaver and wife and son of New Haven; Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Yoder and son John of Chicago; Mr. and Mrs. Forest. Baker and daughter Karen and son Bruce of Kewanna; W. T. Yoder, wife and daughter of Burnettsville: and •Mr. and Mrs. Joe Bucks and son Larry of Kewanna. REPORTS HIT-RUN A. Dean Carr, 1915 Wright street, Wednesday reported to police that his 1955 model auto, parked, in front of his home, was struck and damaged by a hit-and-run driver It's Christmas ... and the Qlvlngt-1»: easy RONSON Capri ; She'll tdore the classic _.. : ,.,.. .... S1A50 RONSON Essex Modern, streamlined mil . _ $CJ95 Both feature exclusive "Easy-Fill" swivfl bliu. Other pocket Rons on j from $3.95 to 5200. lighters $1 to $20—'Hundreds to choose from PIPES KAYWOODIE The last Word in Pipes • KAYWOODIE DRINKLESS $ 4.00 KAYWOODIE SUPER GRAIN $ 5.00 KAYWOODIE FLAME G'KAIN $10.00 KAYWOODIE MEERSCHAUM Inlaid $12.50 And Many Other Pipes $1.00 and up Ash Trays and Ash Tray Sets of All Kinds Cigar Humidor Boxes - Tobacco Humidors v Pipe Racks - Tobacco Pouches BOXES OF AIL POPULAR BRAND CIGARS WRAPPED FOR OHRKTMAS Timberlake's Gift Shop THE STORE OF A THOUSAND CfrTS" NAB AWOL Police look Thomas Qoltry, 22, of 321 Thirteenth street, into custody Tuesday as an AWOL from the Army. He was jailed pending pickup by military authorities. SKATING RINK were the diversions. Gifts were exchanged. A Christmas luncheon was serv-. ed to Mrs. Charles Paige, Mrs. Earl Paige, and... Mrs. Donald Schmidt and daughter, were guests and Mesdames Loyd Bishop, Edgar Ramer, Charles Leffert, John Evans, W. E. Fitzer, Orel Small, Verne Conn. James Hall, Hobart Turner, Virgil Turner, and Zeke Scott. The Lutheran worr.en of the church held their December meet, ing with Rev. and Mrs. Keith Kinney at the parsonage. Mrs. H. L. Beckley presided and at 7:30 for regular business, honoring past matrons and patrons, and for a Christmas party. There will be a. gift exchange. The Birthday club met at the lome of Mrs. Elmer Shuman for their Christmas party. Bunco and contests pertaining to Christmas the lesson, "Real Meaning of Christmas" and she read a Christmas story. Reports were read and health seals were purchased. Mrs. Virgil Turner and Mrs. Beckley won contest prizes. Luncheon was served to ten members. Wednesday Evening, December 11, 195T. of 47 taverns and restaurants revealed 11 violations, most of which were corrected. Record Total of 85 Births in November November births in Logansport totaled 85, while deaths during the month came to 34, according to the monthly report of the city health department, released late Tuesday. Males led in both categories, with 52 boys and 33 girls being! r j za tion" laws passed earlier this born and IE: males and 16 females ' year. passing away. | Births were to 42 city residents . . . .. | and 43 out-of-town people, while FIRM MUST SELL ASSETS CA1BO (UP)—The Cairo branch of thu American Express Company lias been given five years to sell its assets to Egyptians, it was disclosed today. Five years is the maximum time permitted for such chan;.:covers under the "Egyptian- THE ADMIRER CHICAGO (UP) Muhammed Mahrriud of Jordan be- . the deaths were of 21 Lo S ansport| came an Amcrican c jtj., C n Tucs- people and 13 from outside the day and go , a mw name at the city. A dozen garbage and trash complaints were investigated by the inspector, while inspection same lime. Mahmud legally changed his name to Ike Mah- mpod because "I've always admired President Eisenhower." 20 Foot Diameter from $16.95 SPORTLAND 515 Broadway Ph. 2310 B&B SHOE DEPT. 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