Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on December 12, 1957 · Page 35
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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 35

Logansport, Indiana
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Thursday, December 12, 1957
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^Thursday Evening, December 12, 1957, Hoosiers Save $25 Million in Yule Clubs INDIANAPOLIS' (UP) - More than a quarter of a million Hoo- sicrs saved more than 25 million dollars in Christmas Club deposits this year, the Indiana Bankers Association said to3ay. A survey showed there were 286,808 depositors in 259 Indiana banks who saved $25,715,832.(>6 through bank sponsored Christmas Clubs. These figures compared with 278,533 depositors saving $24,743,268.40 in 1956. The average saving per depositor was $90. The survey by cities included these reports: Indianapolis, 40.491 depositors in 5 banks saved $3,855,912; South Bend, 19,524 depositors in 3 banks saved $1,774,719; Lake County, 22,0ff5 depositors in 8 banks saved $1,389,793.50; Evansville, 13,874 depositors in 6 banks saved $1.;:99,G40.25; Fort Wayne, 17,535 depositors in banks saved $l,3!i9.79J.50; Terre Haute, 13,323 depositors in 3 banks | Simpson. Favors were book marks Division 6 Meets At Simpson Home Division 6, CWF, Ninti street Christian church, convened Monday evening at the home of Doris Simpson, 920 Michigan avenue:, for a Christmas meeting. Holiday decorations were featured throughout the entertaining rooms. laabelle Morrical opened with prayer, ar.d sentence priiyers were given by members. Zelma Beasey offered th£: devotions, and singing was led. The lesson was presented by Ada Arnold. During the business meeting, a special offering was taken to Emily Flinn home and the Cleveland Children's home. The "forgotten" patient at the State hospital was remembered with a Christmas gift. Mints were donated for the cheer plates for shut-ins of the church. The CWF purchased 100 song books for the Emily Flinn home Wihich were delivered by Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Pruitt. Maude Shilling was reported in the Mayo Clinic. Refreshments were served to 16 members and one guest, Sherry Roach Powder On Gravy Kills 2 in Chicago CHICAGO (UP)—A man and a child died and two' chilaren w.re in critical condition today as a resul: of eating fried chicken and! them. Dodgers Ask for Rose Bowl Field PASADENA, Calif., (UP)—The unpredictable Dodgers n.ay spend the next two summers with the famed Rose Bowl as their temporary home grounds, but must wait until at least next. Tuesday before learning whether the 100,000-seat stadium is Eivailable to gravy mistakenly powdered with roach poison instead of flour. Dead were Finis Kittinger, 54. an unemployed steel worker who .prepared the meal Wednesday night, and Roger Van Horn, 2. Dodger President Walter O'Malley appeared Wednesday before the six - member Pasadena board of directors to ask officially for Delphi Mr. and Mrs. John Walker and children will entertain the Junto club at its annual Christmas party Eleven JolwE, Walker and Mrs. Albert Bralow were seated at small tables where ice cream sundaes, cake, and orange drink were serv- on Thursday night, Dec. 19. The'ed. Miss Robin Walker was a Christmas dinner will be .served in 1 the Walker home followed by a Christmas exchange, with each writing a poem-to accompany the gift. The Delphi Woman's club held its annual Christmas party for its Girl Scout troop Monday afternoon at the REMC. Mrs. Margaret Limp, club secretary, spoke on guest. Members of the troop were: Christine Bartlow, Cheryl Cripe, Tlielma Furst, Diane Jester, Sandra Hill, Patty Homer, Patty Pearson, Pat Leitzke, Carol Tolen, Jane use of the stadium as a temporary Christmas customs in other lalids i'ball park, until a permanent sta-] an( j H er b Isaacs showed a Christ- The other Van Horne children, ! dium can be built in Chavez Ra-| mas fii m _ The eleven girls were presented with pack baskets. Mrs. , 15 mo d De,- 3 : » erc critically ill at St., oelswhere. The board meets next Tuesday Mary of Nazareth Hospital. !morning to take action on the re- The children's mother, Mrs. Dar-| quest. ene Van Horn, 24, who discovered j The Dodger chief also said the the tragic mistake, was released i stadium would be needed for two after treatment. The victims died about four nours after they wen; admitted to .he hospital. Physicians said treating the children was difficult because they did not know the exact chemical composition of the poi- on. ' Kiltinger told authorities he found the powder in an unmarked saved $1,174,305.25; Muncie, 7,330 depositors in 2 bdnks saved $509,167: Richmond, 6.100 depositors in 2 banks saved $531,400; New Albany, 5,186 depositors in 3 banks saved $395,480. Society Mrs. Pearl Hoffman 1 . Royal Center, will entertain the Past Chiefs club at her home Friday evening at a Christmas party. Pearl Swisher will assist. -is— The Paix club will hold a Christmas party Friday afternoon at 2 o'clock at the home of Mrs. Lula Carter, 201 Wheat land avenue. —&The Wayne Friendly HD club will meet Monday afternoon at 1 o'clock at the home of Mrs. Elmer Douglass. There will be a 50-cent gift exchange for those not having secret pals. EMERA CLUB PARTY Twenty-six. members of the Emera club convened for a Christmas party Tuesday evening at the home of Nell Bradfield, 1430 North street. Following the business session, Flora Jackson gave a talk on traditional German Christmas celebration, which was the theme of the party. Carols were sung with Florence Kreigh at the piano. Christmas tree contest prize went to Gail Thompson. Each member was given a part of a Christmas card to match with one on a gift. Refreshments were served by Janet Greensfelder, Frances Webb, Flora Jackson and Dorothy Tidrick. The next meeting will' be January 14th at the home of Ellen Lovell. DISMISS COMPLAINT WASHINGTON (UP) — A National Labor Relations Board trial examiner recommended today that the board dismiss a complaint by a South Bend, Ind., appliance store charging a Teamsters Union local .with illegal secondary b cotting. with Bible verses written on them. Adine Conrad assisted the hostess. The next meeting in January 15 with Lacv Moon and Audrey Cart, 422 Hanna street. VFW Auxiliary Packs 120 Boxes For Vets One hundred and twenty boxes of homemade candy and cookies were packed for veterans at the State hospital at the Tuesday evening meeting of the VFW Auxiliary at the post home. Robyn Myers presided at the meeting. Thank-you cards were read by Ada M.allett. Margaret Stuart reported on the hospital equipment. Elsie Bushing read gut-well cards, and the annual pest Christmas dinner was announced fijr December 18 at 6:30 p. m. The next meeting is Decsmber 17 when a $1 gift exchange will be held. Ada Umbarger won the door prize. SOCIAL CALENDAR Thursday 6 p. m.—Bridge City lodge 254, YWCA annex. 7 p. m.—Adams township HD club, Community building. 7:30 p. m.—Washington township study group, Mary Englebrecht. 7:30 p. m.—American Legion Auxiliary, Unit 60, Memorial home. 7:30 p. m.—WheaiJad avenue Methodist circles, at church. 8 p. m.—Ladies Eagle Booster club, club rooms. ' 8 p. m.—Amaranth Court No. 4, IOOF hall. 8 p. m.—Fourth Mothers study club, Mrs. Jack Regan. 8 p. m.—Third Mothers study club, Mrs. Barbara Cooper. 8 p. m.—Pottawattomie HE 1 club, Wanda Martin. Friday 11:45 a. m.—Deer Creek township HD club 1, Young America. years, since it probably would take time to build a new stadium once current difficulties over the Chavez Ravine site are ironed out. Hunt 4 Minnesota Prison Escapees MINNEAPOLIS (UP) — A police search centered here today , paper bag and thought it was four prison escapees who slugged flour. Authorities said Kittinger, friend of Ihe Van Horns, vailed the family Wednesday afternoon ! a prison psychiatrist and another a official and fled from the St. Cloud Alfred Anderson, club president, Mrs. Marie Hanrahan and Miss Elaine Kull assisted with the par. ty. The girls and their leaders Mrs. club might remember with thes* (oys for Christmas. In the matter of the Buck Creel? Open Drain in. Madison Township, Carroll county, Charles Ritzier has been named engineer and Arthur Ritchey of Delphi and Albert Buerkle of Lafayette have been Mrs. Cook crashed headon with a car driven by Gordon Mpore, formerly of Delphi. Mrs. Moor* was severely injured in the crash. The Carroll county grand jury in session Monday and Tuesday inspected the county jail and the named viewers. j County Home Tuesday. They were Cook and Mrs. Don- Anderson welcomed the group', j ak | Wilson who were injured near There will be no Woman's club Mllan m an auto accident a week meeting this month. . a S° were brought to their homes _,. ° ... „ .. , here Friday. Mrs Cook sustained a The Lions dub is collecting toys kne(J fraclure md Mfg- wi)son fa . for children who may not have so many for Christmas. Anyone wishing to donate toys to be mended or painted 01: new toys may call Loys Roofing company of Bassclt & Talberts. Frank Shoup is busy repairing and painting toys. Call the above named places if you know any children that the Lions cial injuries. Their car, driven by; m% *: *.-4.- . ••-. _ Reformatory dodging a hail of bul-j lets. and when he learned Mrs. Van! The four, believed armed and, Home's mother, Mrs. Florence | said to be dangerous, were cladj Gronke, 50. was ill, volun'.eercc! to prepare the evening meal. Mrs. Van Horn was at work at'wall Wednesday afternoon and es- the time and her husband, Duane, leaped into a woodland nearby in 28, a machine shop worker, dsesi frigid temperatures, not live with the family. or.ly in light khaki prison clothing 'when they scaled the reformatory E *^.!*;'; 1 ^" 1 ^^ 'S:-|p^'fm :^v:.;|r::¥£ ; "v:: • ms&Z • ^*>i$iffiij$$'#* T j!!f!|oui!$ %*±SMsM--i±x£-- Reduced Coll Truckers in Hoffa Rigging Probe By NEIL MacNEIL WASHINGTON (UP)—Attorneys for 13 rank-and-file Teamsters today summoned more truck drivers to testify on their charges that George Doup Heads State Farm Bureau CHICAGO (UP)—George Doup, newly-elected president of the Indiana Farm Bureau, Inc., was nominated Wednesday night in a regional caucus to serve on the board of directors of the American in time for holiday parties! James R. Hoffa wcm the Team- Farm Bureau Federation, sters presidency by rigging the, Doup would succeed Hassil E. 1957 Miami Beach convention. jSchouck, whom Doup succeeded as Attorny Thomas Dodd said on j Indiana president. Schenck retired "reprisals" for .working against from the board as a. midwestern Hoffa. regional representative. Dodd did not identify the team- Doup was expected to be elected ster. late today. CABLES FOR YOU /R r \ cOan-oLon'i Ul • White • Blue• Pink • Black. • Biege 98 SIX POLIO CASES INDIANAPOLIS (UP) — Six cases of polio were added to the Indiana State Board of Health's 1957 records last week, raising to|§ 158 the number of cases reported '§. this year. The number of deaths remained at 8. I's n0fr too late! - • your selectron! see Groups of FORMALS and COCKTAIL DRESSES Reduced PRICE and more! 326 East Broadway Judge night. No indictments were expected. 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