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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 10

Logansport, Indiana
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Monday, June 10, 1957
Page 10
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Ten Logansport, Indiana, Pharos-Tribune Lucerne Pastor Transferred to Leiters Ford Delphi, Winamac. and Kewanna Pastors Also Among Those Moved At Methodist Conference Several Methodist churches in Cass and neighboring counties will have new pastors as a result of ministerial appointments made at the closing session of the annual Northwest Indiana conference of the Methodist church Sunday afternoon in the Purdue Hall of Music. The Rev. Paul T. Jump was transferred from Lucerne to Leiters Ford circuit, and the Lucerne church was one of thirty-five left without pastors, according to Bishop Richard Raines. The Rev. Louis Haskell, pastor of the Leiters Ford circuit, wa: transferred to Riverside church, Indianapolis. The Eev. Forest Howell, pastor at Delphi three years, was transferred to Wesley church, Indianapolis, and'the Delphi vacancy was filled with the appointment of Rev. Loran Campbell, who was transferred from South Bend Trinity church. The Rev. Barton Fletcher wa: transferred from Westville to Winanac to succeed Rev. John Pau Jones, who will be named pastor at Princeton in the Indiana con' ference next Sunday. Rev. Ralph Gwin was transferrec from the Reynolds' - Guernsey churches to Sumption Prairie; Rev Donald Bassctt from Idaville to the Reynolds and Guernsey church es; Rev. J. Shield!! While from Burlington to Idaville, and Kev Kutfene Gilbrcath from Perrysvillt to IJurlinyton. The Rev. Robert Leigh was transferred from the Mcdaryville- Independence churches lr> ^Terre Hauto Fourth Avenue church;' Rev. Cecil Goff from fiarklcy circuit to the Medaryville circuit; the Rev. George Wright left Ihe Kewanna church to v,i> to the Illinois conference, and Rev. Frank Chrunt was transferred to Kewanna from Colfax. Tho Rev. Harley Davhi, retired •minister, was named pu.ttor at Yeoman, succeeding Dr. Charles Alldredgo, who in returninj; to mi«- lioriury work in the South. I'unlofx reafipointed include: BronkKlrin, Rr:v. D. C. Ktilwell; Ilurnett.svlllc-l.ake Cicott-Olymeni, Jtev. C. T. Webb; Carndcn, Rev, J. G. Moore; F'rancravilie-Wliite Ouk, Rev. Donald IXuinlcljy; MO- mm-Monnn chapel, ll<:v. Dale Hamilton; MonlicGllo. Rev. Gilbert Four Killed in Crash Of Light Plane; Eight Nearby Escape Injury PACOIMAi Calif. (UP)—A light >lane crashed into the patio of a louse Sunday night, killing all '.our persons aboard and narrow,y missing ' eight others having dinner less than ten feet away. Hundreds of residents, their nerves shaken by a series of air crashes jn the San Fernando Valey, saw the Piper Tri - Pacer Piker; Rochester, Rev. Claude Young; and Flora, Rev. F. Kaye Bass. Retirement of eight veteran ministers set off a chain of 94 pastoral changes. There is a shortage of ministers In the conference, the iirst time that such a condition has prevailed, according to Bishop Raines. -SPECIAL- TUESDAY & WEDNESDAY COUNTRY FRESH EQGS 3,. 99c ECONOMY SLICED PORK CHOPS plunge out of the clouds and head [or the heavily populated area. Many persons thought the crippled plane, was going to hit their homes and they ran in terror. . However, the eight persons,'" including three children, having dinner at the Barry'Worth home had no warning. The plane ripped through the patio roof and disintegrated as .it hit the ground. Worth, his wife. Mary, their children and three'Sunday dinner guests escaped injury. The bodies of the victims were badly mangled and it took authorities more than an hour to <;stablish identities. The victims, all ' from Chico, Calif., had rented the plane in the afternoon from Dennis Air Service in the northern California city. They were identified as Harry Harris Smith, 42, Terrance P. Lockhart, 33, Robert F. Patterson, 52, and Owen S. Wallis, 33. Three Area Men Solo, Get First Pilot Licenses Three area men have received pilot licenses at Williamson Airport. ... They were pick Elliott, 205 E. Rpselawn Drive, Logansport; Jerry Plymmer, route 2, Kewanna; F. K. Sisson, Flora. Students who soloed recently were Malcolm "Pat" Raub, Bob Barr, Kay Hikert, and Ken Hahle, all of Logansport; and Bob Draper, Cutler. , Williamson announced that the four-state Flying Farmer, flight to Bunker Hill Air Force base set for next Sunday has been indefinitely postponed. Reinforcing Steel Mervis Steel Co., Kokomo Phone 4121 Honorary Degree ! Bestowed on Ike WASHINGTON (UP) — Presid Eisenhower donned cap and gown Sunday night to receive an honar- ary doctor of laws de'gree at American University. A light rain began to fall shortly before the President arrived at the close of the regular commencement exercises and continued throughout the outdoor" ceremony. Eisenhower stood on a sheltered platform while he addressed the graduates and then stepped down into the rain to turn the first shovel of ground for a new School of .International Service. He spoke of the new school as "a significant! step." • I DON'T LIKE HOUSEWORK NEW YORK (UP) —.American girls want to get married, but don't want to become full-time housewives, the Girl Scouts of America reported today. A survey made for the scout organization, by the University of Michigan .survey research center showed that, while 94 per cent of American girls from ll to 18 expect to get married, only 3 per cent want to do housework. -Monday Evening, June 10, 1957. BAY'S HOMOGENIZED MILK 2 -a69c FREE DELIVERY KRAUT'S 218 E. Mkt. Phono 4156 II MODERN i FULLY 24-Hour Service EQUIPPED *•// / v AMBULANCE 10 Persons Injured n Carnival Mishap DAVENPORT, Iowa 'UP) — At east 10 persons were injured Sunday night when a man and a girl vere flung from a carnival ride into a crowded midway. Authorities said Ruth , Howard, 6 and Edward Eberly, 23, both WADING POOLS from $2.98 SPORTLAND 515 Broadway Ph. 2310 Logansport Folks.... CJ JIT in Park your car on our lot 2 blocks south of Ayrei Dep't. store at McCrea & Meridian Sts., or stay overnight with us at The Barnes Hotel opposite Union Station. Both under the management of FRANKLIN HILLIS of Davenport, were riding in a "rocket plane" when the door came open and they were tossed out horizontally 30 feet into the iair. The two landed in the midst of a crowd of onlookers, injuring eight persons seriously enough to require hospitalization. Officials said none of the Injured was in serious condition. \pt\on \00r larly, when you bring your Doctor's prescrip- Thc presence of a fire ex- tions here, it is nice to tinguisher gives you a know that each com- comfortable sense of se- pounding step is double- cxirity. It is an added elc- checked. So, do be sure 10 mcnt of protection. Simi- try as next time! CENTRAL DRUG CO. 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