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Logansport, Indiana
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Thursday, June 13, 1957
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LOGANSPORT PUBLIC LIBRARY Thursday" Evening, June 13, 1957 Virginia Hamilton Bride Of Airman In Impressive Ceremony Miss Virginia Ruth Hamilton and William C. Eldredge were married during a ceremony Sunday, May 26, at the Wesleyan Methodist church .in this city with the Reverend Floyd Morris officiating. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. P. W. Hamilton, of 424 Michigan avenue, city, and the Audrus Schlosser Honored At Shower Miss Audnis Schlosser, bride- elect of John Massey, was honored at the bridal shower recently at the YWCA dining room with Mrs. Frances Perrone, ,Miss Barbara Bauman and Mrs. Dallas K. Donley as hostesses. A pink planter surrounded with pink ami white carnations and flanked by tall lighted tapers centered the serving table. The plant- bridegroom is the son of Mr. and! er was later presented to the of Mrs. Clement K. Eldredge Chatham, Massachusetts. Miss Dorothy Sedam was organist and Miss Pauline Loeffler, solo- Jst. Palrns and candelabra banked the altar. Miss Louise Hamilton and Mrs. John H. Hoover, route 1, Star City, both sisters of the bride, attended. Kindrick Eldredge served his brother as best man. and Kichard Eskildsen. of Bunker Hill Air Force Base, was groomsman. John H. Hnovcr was an usher. The bride wore a gown of French lace over satin featuring a small collar, long tapering sleeves and it hooped floor-length skirt. Her three-quarter length veil was secured to a white satin headpiece trimmed with seer! pearls. She carried a bouquet of white carnations. The bride was given in mar- riaae by her father. The matron or honor wore pink lace over taffeta and carried white carnations while the bridesmaid •was attired in a green-gown with pink carnations. The mother of the bride wore gray lace over satin trimmed ' n 'P)ons pink and accented with white accessories. The bridegroom's moth- cr ehnse a beige and toast chiffon dress with pink accessories. Both wore corsages of pink carnations. bride-elect. Contest prizes were won by Mrs. L. F. Schlosser, Mrs. Raymond Ward and Mrs. Donley. Invited guests included: Miss Ann Humes, Mrs. Leonard Harrison, Mrs. Betty Elliott, Miss Betty Todd, Miss Loretta Camphell, Miss Chris Sorenson. Miss Martha Gable, Mrs. Frances Pen-one, Miss Cosinna Palumbo, Mrs. Leonard Corso, Mrs. William Perrone, Miss Grace Perrone, Mrs. John Perrone, Mrs. Pat Corso, Mrs. Sal Corso, Mrs. Anthony Perrone, Mrs. John Corso, Mrs. Harry Eisenhise, Mrs. Raymond Ward, Mrs. Larry Wagenknecht, Mrs. Holland Johnson, Mrs. Tonny Vitcllo, Miss Angelina Vitello, Mrs. Rose Cira, Miss Dee Maxson, Mrs. Dee Renne- wanz, Mrs. Carl Hassett, Mrs. Robert Walking, Mrs. George Bauman, Mrs. Tom Pasquale, Mrs. M. Palchell, Mrs. William WORLD WEEK Bunker, Mrs. Mary Pelter Mrs. L. F. Schlosser. and A reception was held the YWCA with 50 Kuests attcntliriK. The parlors v/ere dectjrated v/itb candelabra and pink and i;n;en Htreamer.s. The three tiered wed- dinK cake was lopped with a miniature bridal couple. Ann Wolters and Loreen DeVeaux wen; host- essr-s. The bride is a graduate of the local high school arid is employed at the JorieB Nursini! Home. Her husband is servinj; with the IIS Air Force at Hunker Iliil Air lia.se Following a weddinj; trip to Knn- t/jul, fllinoi.i, the couple is residiti)', at 722 Hi(/h street, city. Miriam Guild Hosts Families At Picnic Delta Chi Sigma Convention Delta Chi Sigma sorority met Tuesday eveninu for a business cession at the YWCA Mrs. Chariene Haley, president, in charge, at which lime plans for the international convention were discussed. Reports from committees were given. Mrs. Ardellc Leavitl re- jiorted that the membership committee will have an indoor picnic ai the Y at fi:30 p. ;n. on June 2T>. The commil.tce for the husband- boyfriend party was announced as follows: chairman,' Ksther Newman, Jeanelte I'arker, licrnice Moon and Wanda Wlsler. CONGRESS ATOMIC SUBCOMMITTEE TOLD BY GENETICISTS THAT FALLOUT FROM NUCLEAR TESTS ALREADY CONDUCTED WILL CAUSE DISEASE, DEFORMITY, EARLY DEATH IN FUTURE GENERATIONS SUPREME COURT DECIDES DUPONT'S 23 PCT. OF .GM CONSTITUTES CONTROL AND VIOLATES ANTI-TRUST SOVIET BELIEVED TO HAVE SWITCHED ATOMIC TESTS. TO WEST OF MURMANSK DUE TO FALLOUT SATURATION IN SOUTHWESTERN SIBERIA FRENCH LAUNCH REPRISALS FOR MASSACRE OF 30] IN ALGERIA U.S. DECIDES TO HAND OVER AMERICAN Cl TO STOP TESTING NUCLEAR JAPANESE COURT FOR WEAPON! TILL THERE IS MANSLAUGHTER TRIAL; FIRM AGREEMENT THEY SOUTH AMERICA WASHINGTON DEFENSE WON'T BE USED IN WAR MOVES TO BRING HIM U.S. JOINS BAGHDAD PACT MILITARY COMMITTEE AT MEETING IN KARACHI CHIANG .WARNS BRITISH CHINA PORTS WILL DO BRITISH PRIME MINISTER HINTS CHRISTMAS ISLAND H-TESTS MAY BE CUT SHORT 50 AT THEIR OWN BISK Out-Of-Towners To Attend Reunion Of LHS Class Of 1907 Out-of-town members of the Logansport high school class of 1907 planning to attend the reunion Sunday were announced at the recent committee meeting. Florence Jay, 13211 North street, was hostess to local class members when plans were completed for the 50-year reunion to be held June IB at the Ben Hur where the entire program will be presenled. Dinner will be served at 1 p.m. followed by short talks by members of the class. At the conclusion of the program open house will be held for friends and former students to visit with the members. The school administration building at 7lh and Broadway, which wan Hie high school in 1907, will be open from 4 to B p.m. for members and friends desiring to vl.sit thci building. Out of town numbers of the cluHB who will attend the reunion are: Harry Ijlaiiingliain, of Indianapolis; Kimnel Brumbaugh, Omaha, Nebraska; Ouy Conk, Milwnu- The IB57 International Convcn- kne, Wi.'iconHlri; Kthel (Davis) tlon will be held at the Conrad Hilton Hotel in Chicago on .Mine through 30, with Beta louple At Winamac Marks Anniversary Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Zellers, of Winamac, celebrated their 50th wedding anniversary Sunday with a family dinner at their home. Mr. and Mrs. Zellers are both lifelong residents of Pulaski county. She is the former Miss Ada Doyle, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Edward Doyle, of Winamac. Mr. Kellers- has worked as an interior decorator in ar.d around Winumac for almost sixty years. They were married at the home of her parents on June II, 11X17, by the Kev. J. J. Miller, Minister of the time. There are three living Worthwhile Club Tours Rose Garden A tour of the rose garden of Lhe home of Mrs. Fred Haraash pre- wcrc ,ji sc i lssc d ceded the meeting,of the Worthwhile home demonstration, club Wednesday evening Mrs. Presbyterian church at that I?" 11 *" 11 , 11 . ' The club children' -building Frances Schmklt, president, in charge of tire session. Following the pledges and the home cc creed, roll call was answered wi'lh "where I went on my honeymoon." Secr-etury-lroa.s- urer reports were given, and Mrs. Harnash reported on iris cul^ lure. Mr.s. Blanch Huffman leij the sinxii'tf of the song o[ the mor.Lh after which l.he community . wa | s < voted jn l.avor of being u-secl by all the ago Tliroekmorlen, WeHtern Springs, | Illinois; Frank Dock, Springfield, Ohio; Clyde Gish, I'lorm;, New Robert of Winamac, Mrs. Aria May, of Dayton, Ohio, and Mr.s. Frances Borlcll, of Knox, a son, Kiiffonc passed away in ]I(H(i. There; are six Ki'andchildrcn. Dinner guusLs were Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Hellers and sons John and David Mr. and Mr.s. James May and (.'aiijihlers Judy and Sandra, Mr. and Mrs. Wayne liorlcll and children Julie and Terry, Mrs. Klsie Waterman and Charles Doyle. Crown' I'ulnt as hoxleiiii chapter, j York; Marie <0roi;n) Cone, Pnoria, Charlene Haley will attend ai;, Illinois; Laura Uiicobnnn) Mcln- l)U.',itie:;» delegate and Jane Town.';- ' tyre, Topping, Virginia; William Ifu'iband.'i 8Ue.il.-: of lh<; and children were Miriam Guild of St, Lutheran chiintli Wed- IM-vI.'iy evening al. Sp'Twr park. A cowretl dl';b picnic dinner wa;i enjoyed by 40 per.-iorn all.i;r which children cnioyisd iikaling. liasi:bail "wax alvj enjoy-d. Mr-i. Jeanne Lyon, president, and Mr.'i. Allred fjcrni wi;r(r tro- chairrticn in cbarv/; of arrange- Jcy u>: .-iocial delegate. Other members planning Id attend are Maxim: Kii'ifii.'ld, Wamlu Wlnler. Florence Mackuii, I'aiil International Auditor, DoriH SimpBon and Klea- Harlel, Narholh, I'enrriylvnnia; Kuth (Kinnny) Kvium, Taylorvllie, Illinois; Hurllm 'Kirk) Flora, In- (lianapoliH; Ralph Pitman. West Palm Bench, Florida; Kdnd (To- iin) Knlrler, Tm.'unn, Arizona, and Wood, Ft. Wayne, Indiana. .\ ( t'ri r : (•; oif I:;.'>IA,-;A> . it i,c f.'nmi . Hli' M III, I hi. I. Ami III" In ;iml till (,I In-1 l.A.'.'lill! ft. MITIIAKI. HI I Kl!.VAN • •Jiri-.jiiiiital.l Weymer Pupils To Perform On Sunday The third in a' series of recitals Kivcii by various uroupii of pupils of Mb:s Mildred Weymnr will lie presented Sunday afternoon al .'I Loriiiifi ( )f ii'<:l<n:k fit l/i<; lower UK; Hrnadway MoLliotllsl Studenlii are chureli. from (i to II years of :w., I'iirticlpiitiiiK will be Jlosi;- nmry KiiiK, Freddie l.andis, ll»l nHlodino, Threnim Is.'iaes, IJiana l.andls, Kirn I'arkins, I'utrlcia lloueli, Uarla Jean Norrii;, Marsbal, 1'alrioia Kliiher, Soulliworlli, Uiana Uolln, anil Christina M'-Donald. The |iublic Is invited to aUoiid. MAYOIt'S .SON KILI.KI) WAIUSAW Mil')— J;i(:k KiiKle, .I 1 !-,, 'JU, son of the mayor of Warsaw, died Weilno.'iday In n Furl Waynr; lumpRal frotri buj-ns sustained while taking a showf:r, Km/In, a disabled veli'ran of World War ll, mrchlmilrilly buiupird tin; hot water valve anil WIHI sculdod by n stream of nluuni- inK water. Hinkle Students To Give Recital Marian Hinkle, of Walton, will present a H''oup of sl.udonls In a piano recital Friday evening al. II o'clock «l UK; YWCA pin-lorn. Thorn: l.o perlnrm will lie: Mary Kay ('limy, finice Carey, Kiilhy Hinklo, Anita Jliish, Joy Krny, Clnrly Uenistoii, Hue Hiihnerl, l.ou Anno Hnlincrl, Judy Mulvle, Vikki Hoss, Joyrie llowycr, <>lara IJul/., Anna Ilinltlii and Tony Illnkle, !i!udenl;i of Mrn. liully Ki-uwcirtliy, St. Bridget's Plans Parish Picnic July 7 Tin: eommlUoes In .chartfc of arrann<;ineiils for l.bo parish picnic mot Tuowlay ovoninj; nl the Court Park Topic Discussed By Club Future plans for Court Park at the Tuesday evening meeting of the LoKansporl Logansport, Indiana, Pharos-Tribune Seven Girl Scout News Mrs. Velma Hines, Program Chairman, and Paul Duddleston, Camp Chairman, reported a good attendance at the Father and Daughter ham and bean supper held Sunday at the local Girl Scout Camp. Over two hundred guests were served. Assisting Mrs. Hines and Mr. Duddleston were: Lorraine Garver, Edith Julian, Allhea Killion, Blanche Estabrook, Vera Kuhn, Mary Alice Kitchell, Kate Roberts Marge Mcllwain, Paulettc Shilling, Gertrude Wilson, Betty Corcoran, Joyce Silberman, Pat Murphy, Dixie Ulery, Linda Bridenbaugh Erin Killion, Karen Kline, Marilyn Rush, Betsy Corcoran, Everett Garver William Julian, William Killion, Edward Kuhn, Arthur Kitchel and Allen Killion. SOCIAL CALENDAR Thursday 7:30 p.m. — Circle 5, Calvary Presbyterian church, church parlors. HD Garden club at the home of Mrs. B. A. Barker. A letter pertaining to the park I 7:30 p.m.—Pollawaltomic club, Mrs. Josephine Tilley. K p.m.—Ladies Eagle club, club rooms. 8 p.m.—American Legion Auxiliary, Unit (>0, Memorial home. 8 p.m.—Logansport Court No. 4, Order of Amaranth, IOOF hall. Friday 1:30 p.m.—Deer Crock HD club 4-H News Plans for a dress review during the farm bureau meeting, June 20, were discussed yesterday afternoon at a meeting of the Nip and Tuck Girls' 4-H group at the Metea schoolhouse. 4-H girls will be in charge of that farm bureau meeting, it was announced. A bake sale at Skinner's grocery Saturday was also announced. Demonstrations given were: Correct measurements, Margaret Camp; shortcake, Mary Ann Horney; and primary sewing needs, Suzan Corcoran. Health and safety report was given by Donela Paschen, and Ilia secretarial report was given by Carol Strong. Devotion, "Obstacle of Fear" was delivered by Linda Howard. Pat Olten and Mary Horney led pledges to the American nnd 4-H flags. Judy Smith, vieo-presidcnt was in charge of the meeting. Next regular meting is Monday Booster' morning, June 24, from 9-11 a .ra. Robert Moss Resigns was real from Will Ball, and Mrs. Barker and Mrs. Owen Shantenu wore named to a committee that will meet with officials concerning the park. Mrs. Pearl Tlkfer, president, was In charge of the session which opened with members repeating the club prayer. 11, Young America school. ItllO p.m.—WSWS, Fulton EUB church, Mr.s. Blanch Fred. 2:30 p.m.—Paix club, Mrs. Don Davis, Flornl arrniiRements, one Mr.s. Robert Batch, und two tTOUp.S. Mr.s. Schmidt appointed n pic ,'iic committee. A girt- was presented to Mrs. Ruth Ovurmyer, who is niiivliiK away. She i« a cliiir-lur member. The lesson, "Mcdiclnos Today," was jire.se'n'.od by MM. Harry Nuv/by. Mary Fl.ssell won the conle.il prine. Mr.s. Ji'.ancb Huffman was reclplenl of tin; door prl/.«. lic-fre-slinK'nls wore .served by the hailras, asstsled by -M.ra. Hotly Klk-rs. Mrs. played K. A. Barker, and di.scux.fud. were dis- Tin; uvc.nl will IM- held Sunday, July 7, at 12:111] p.m. at Spuneur pin-It. fliiiniriiUccis 'incliKk-: soft driiilt.'i, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Moril'/,, Mr. nnd nnd Mr.s. W. llurk.'f arid Mrs. William Sm.l-l.li; Mr. Kill Nolan; conkvil.s, Mr. a.nd Mrs. 0(;or}.;t; (Jourlad and cominitleis; ier. <:roairi, Mr. an/I M.r.'i. Torn Medla.nd and Mr. and Mr;i. Robert Karli family in Invited to attend and brliiK a plciJt: dinni:r and table .inrvit'e. Soft ilrlnkw, coffee nad ice cream will b<> furnl.ilied. juvKNii.K (;KAN«;K TO MKKT Award.'i for diiiiriM; work will be prcMi'iilril June Ifi In the Di'ncnn (Iraiij/e hall, wluin DIVICOII Juvenile (!rmii{i!, No. 2(1, holds HH of liiiKiin.'ipnrl., will nlmi piirllnlpiite. next ineellng, II. i:i expected lluil VFW Posf Discusses Annual Encampment French Lick will be Hie scene of the .'Milt annual VFW Kneainp- nient, June w-Kl, II. was ni'.ncmneed ill n iTiei'li'm! held Wednesday ni|.;lil. I. the I'lml home. Headquarters will lie In UK; French Lick lioliil, and a Inr^o locnl delcfial.ioi: Is expected to attend. .Richard Webster, coininander, presided over the mooHiiti, al wlilch Victor McDonald WIIM iu- troduci.'d MM a new member. Till! local Junior Ijjind will lead the second dlnLrlcl In n iiiirnde on .Inlie 'a,. The noxl. ro^ulnr VP'W iniiclliiK will bo held on June 'M. Fr!i'ii(l:i and relalivcH ant Invlleil I the honors. iiiuiriberH will rucolvu In Ihe absence of the secrclnry, Mr.s. Adah Hcdriek, the report was given by Mrs. John Davis. Mrs. Tikfer read Die treasurer's report in Ihe absence ot Mr.s. Jtybcri Hatch. Mrs. Waller Smith, flower chiiirinan, will make arrnnge- menl.K to have a flower display at each ni<;i;Ung. A ImsinoKS .session followed closing with Hie MlK|>nh benediction. During the social hour refreshments were .served by Ihu bost- ons and astils'..ant hosl.usK, Mrs. Otto Hetxnur. IIKADS I'OI.ICE OKDICR FORT WAYNIO (UP) - Jack Voelkel. Soulii elected president of Fralernnl Ordc-r of was ru- lio Iiuliann olice at a convention Wednesday. Alex Trcs- nowslu, l'':ist Chiftaj^o. was okH'UMi vice presidiMit, Robert Ohhnrit of Fort Wayne, sccrelary-lroasurer, and South Hond was clinsun for Ihe HIM convention. KX-DKNTIST AS!'IIYXIATK1> I'l^HL' (iri'l-SiM-vk-i'S will ho hold bore for Dr. I'ilnior K. Hanks, 711, Forl. Wayne, a ri>liroil IVru d<nilisl., who was found aspltyxi- uled Tuesday in a hunting cabin near (Joulil Cily, Mich. Death was iblnnicd on fumes from a cooling Peru Hospital Post PKHU — Dukes hospital administrator Robert K. Moss, 33, resigned his post hero Wednesday night at a hospital board meeting, in order to accept the administration of Doctor's hospital in Cleveland. llospilal trustees plan to seek a now administrator within the next :)() <lay.s, nl which time Muss's resignation beccmu'S effective. 'J'riJAloe.s praixeil Moss, who | caiue to J'oru in Novombcr, iyr>f), landing hi.i ai.'complisbiucnts dur- ins the ])iist two years, which in- cliule Bolting Hie hospital accredited. The Cleveland hospital, it was amioiincuil. is a ::o(M>ed iiii.tiliilion with plans afoot fur expansion into a I'iDll-bod slrnoture. I'KKM ltYI>ASS WOUK SOUTH ISIOND UH" — Mayor Ivlwanl Voordo and Soi'lh Bond oivio Joiuloi's will moot with the Slate llii.'hway Gini!nis.sion next Wodnosilay ti» urf.o that work bo resumed on a South Bond hWiway bypass, l/aail-lmyini: on I lie bypass KKKK IIO^V IIUCNTITY iSKYMOIIR (U'l 1 )—Tim bandK of n iiody fimnd ne/ir here wore Inkcii la IndlanivpiiilM today IIH juilhorllliiH tried l.o Identify the d(.-jid man by l'ln^i>r|n'lnl.M. Stale police waid the body wan found- Wi'diiomlny on a couiily rond nix mlloB Houtbeiwt of here. (,'IHIIICII TO SHOW KH.IVT "Seventeen", a now dramatic Mnspol sound film nroducoil by Cinspel I'MlniK Inc., of Miiskoi(nn, Mich., will Ijct shown Friday evening al 7::i(l o'clock al (Jrace Bible .school. The. film depicts the prohleins of youth today wilh Lhu rylKhl KO- lullon. iiiule was lialleil February. SUNDAY IS DAD'S DAY Oivo him a ploco of Samsonito His monogram in gold iertors f roo. FATHER'S DAY SPECIAL! Men's Leather • , Opera Slippers Many Other Styloa To CfiooRo From. Sofl (an l«alh«r upp*n with lony- wtcirlng hard iol«>. 12 FAMILY SHOE DBPT. STREET PLOOR Light, open, easy, and jfyj* air-cooled! f ^ coolers! Cut swoot and low ... our flaf young skimmer of punched pig « Cut out for comfort . . . our wodfje jandals with straw, mosh, and oyolots. "Coolers" In frosty white to go with Summor cottons and sun-fun play clothej. All in sfres 4 to 9. All In slim or medium widths. Come 100 our wholo now "cooler" collection! Merit Shoes 324 Broadway, Logansport AJ(.R()W U;uiui! Kl"Kb»m nliorl iilncvu Spurt Hhlrl. |-l MNIU) "Soulliiiniiilr" l.'njnin- IIM. Hfimllti'i'rlili;!' clnlli In ;iliorl. IciiKMi ino(l«l. H Presents to make Pop the man in GoodHwnoi // WASH & WKAIl Slni.'ks nn low (IH W.HS Ollmr wash & wnur ((unlllleN up to CIIIC'O Hunitiidn Slioi'1.11. Uiieroii.Nylon Wn.ili A. Wiiar. »5 iii-i. « ii c n y n r n Hlntteh Hox. $1 IMunsn your Diul wiili n r-olnrftil, ))i-i«-llciil n'lfl of fine iippini'l from our scli-clioii. Ilc'll lllu- ils Nlylc, ils (pinliiy, UN IitxurioiiH comfort. Our iiiiino on Ilic box (clli, him he's (ops mul doM-rvrn but (be very, very fu-nt! Krec Gift Wriij>|)in;( ^ JUNE 16th is FATHER'S DAY

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