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

Logansport, Indiana
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Wednesday, June 12, 1957
Page 12
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Twelve Logansport, Indiana, Pharos-Tribune " I Hospital Notes MEMORIAL Admitted: Mrs. Pearl Snycter, l Seybold street; Chester Martin Walton; Mrs. Etfie Brown, Twelv. Mile; Mrs. Lora James, 19*4 Rot crs street; Alfred Frye, Bunko Hill; Mrs. Wanda Costeilo, 221 West Main street; Evereu Neher. route 1; Mrs. Emma Eakins, 2025 North street. Dismissed: Mrs. Helen Bannon 316 C street; Miss Ann Bollei, 118 West Colfax street; Master Max Conrad, 501 West Miami avenue; Mrs. June Dempsey, Royal Center; William Harrison, 710 Bates street; Master Stanley Ide, route 1; Master Dan Keyes, 901 West Linden avenue; Mrs. Donnell Logan and daughter, 120 West Miami avenue; Miss Linda Maddox, 640 Burlington avenue; Mrs. Lena Montgomery, route 1; Holly Shepard, 120 Bungalow Drive; Mrs. Jeanuee Zeider, 709 West Broadway. iort is visiting in the home of s uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. and family, Ro- anald Metzger lester. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Bauer and .mily left Monday for a two weeks acation with relatives and friends i Pa. Mrs. George Jones and children re vacationing in various points n Mich. Employees and their families of .he Fulton County Farm Bureau Jo-operative spent Sunday in Chicago, visiting the Brookville Zo picnic dinner was enjoyed at the noon hour. Those making the trip were Mr. and Mrs. Don Metzger and family, Mr. and Mrs. Dale Shaw and son Bobby Dale, Mr. and Mrs. George Weidner and 'family, -Mr. and Mrs. Ed Hawk, Mr. and Mrs. Keith Hisey, and Mr. and Mrs. Albert Bowen and family. end guests of Mr. and Mrs. Eldon the Eagle's Lodge room, Monday and Friday of last week in French Lick, attending a convention of Insurance men. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Cessna and daughter of Lafayette were week- Cessna. Other guests were Mr. and evening, where the president, Miss Mrs. Bill Thompson and son. ' Mary Flagg presided over a round A meeting of Worthy High Priest- table meeting, Mrs., Tully Pontius was reported ill. Various reports were given, and the Summer picnic was discussed. The Zimmerman Brothers ambulance took Mrs. C. R. Imler from the Woodlawn Hospital to her home 4'/ 2 miles East of Rochester, Monday afternoon. Tuesday morning they took Mrs. Adams and baby from the Hospital to the home of Mr. and Mrs. Saygers at Athens. Orman B. Sellers, 16, Walkerton, esses and Watchmen of the Shepherds of the White Shrine of Jerusalem had an all day meeting in Niles, Michigan, Sunday, with a Pot-luck dinner served at noon. Several from Logansport and Ro- Mr. Dean Arven spent Thursday!Chester were in attendance: Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Wilson, Logansport; Mrs. Fred Logan and Mrs. Robert Lessing of Rochester. The regular meeting of the Auxiliary of the U.S.W.V.. convened in was involved in a three car accident Saturday, at 628 Main street, when his car struck the rear of another car, pushing it into a third automobile, with a total damage listed at $500. He was arrested by city police and when tried in Justice James Walton's Rochester court, was given a fine and cos's of $15.75, which he satisfied. His driver's license was suspended for a period of six weeks. Also in Walton's. court, Joe Black, a pipeline construction worker from Texas, paid $18.75, upon Wednesday Evening, June 12, 1957. conviction of public intoxication.'apprehended by the sheriff's do- He was cited by city police. City police also arrested Dwighl S. Burns, R.R. 2, Rochester, for speeding in a posted zone, and lie paid a fine of S15.75. Charles M. Kruse, Indianapolis, paid $15.75 by proxy bond for improper passing. His arrested was by the sheriff's department. Sunday evening, in Justice Everett Gray's Fulton court, Clarence E. Garwood, South Bend, paid $19.75, fine and costs, for speeding in a posted zone. He was f parlment. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Lessing, Mrs. Fred Losan, Miss Edna Sheets and Mrs. Mary Bowen wera in Logansport Thursday evening in attendance at a meeting honoring the Supreme appointments. Mr. Lessing and Mrs. Logan each have Supreme appointments. The singing was led by Mr. Lessing. Read'the Classified Ads ST. JOSEPH'S Born: To Mr. and Mrs. Merle DeFord, 417 East Ottawa street, a daughter; to Mr. and Mrs. George Delaplane, route 4, a son. Admitted: Mrs. Mary Sylvester 523 Twelfth street; John Rossi, 1315 Erie avenue; Mrs. Barbara Clary, 505 West Broadway; Miss Sandra and Miss Barbara Brant, 1002 Eighteenth street; Master John Woodhouse, route 2, Royal Center; Miss Linda Alexander, 2700 Stadium Drive; Mrs. Florence Baker, Camden. Dismissed: James Cain, 418 Barron street; Master John Clark, 609 Shultz street; George Burrous, 1100 Pleasant Hill street; Miss Bonnie Shaffer, 1119'/2 East -Broadway; Mrs. James Hansell and daughter, Hobart; Mrs. William Tully and daughter. Stony Pink trailer court; Mrs. Donald Beaver and son, route 1, Knox; Mrs. Robert Bowyer and daughter, 1006 East Broadway; Mrs. Donald Newman and son, route 1, Star City. Rochester Mr. and Mrs. Gene Bryant and children of Plymouth were Sunday dinner guests ol Mr. and Mrs. Guy Bryant. Mr. and Mrs. Marion Sanders and granddaughter, Pamela, of Miami, Florida arrived Monday for a weeks visit with relatives in and around Rochester. The members of the Westminster Forum of the Presbyterian church enjoyed a weiner roast Sunday evening, at the City Park. Later in the evening a short business meeting was conducted by the president, Mr. Burk Miller. Plans were made for a Public Ice cream social to be held on the Court House laws, July 20th. 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