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Logansport, Indiana
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Friday, June 14, 1957
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Friday Evening, June 14, 1957. LHS, Lincoln Honor Rolls Announced Logansport high school and Lincoln junior high school students who have been named to honor rolls were announced this morning by Harold Mertz, principal. The high school honor roll is the term average for one semester and the junior high honor roll is based on a full year's work, school officials said. Eight high school students who received 5 A's for their work are Beth Brumbaugh, Robert Burbrink, James Green, Jon Hershbergcr, Terry Hershberger, Ronnie Lutes, Susanne Smith, and Sandra Ul- Requests Opening OfVinyard Estate For Damage Action A petition for the appointment of an administrator of the estate of the late Charles H. Vinyard, 40, of this city, victim of an auto accident on Jan. 15, this year, was filed Friday in the Cass circuit court by Mrs. Edna Summa, 38, of Knox. Her petition states that she sustained permanent injuries in the same accident and incurred hospital and medical bills in excess of $5,000 as a result, but that she cannot file a claim against the estate until an administrator is appointed. She asserts the accident was due to his negligence. The petition alleges that as far as the petitioner knows the only tition was ordered served on the widow and insurance company and Judge Clifford Wild set the hearing for June 27. brich asset of the estate was an auto Students who received 4 A's |"'"! a "?l P °l^^°^ c ! °[ the P* •were: Dave Baker, Brian Barnes, Tom Barnes, Carole Carson. Michael Cart, Harry Dahl, JoAnn Fox, Alice Jo Gear, Sharon Hardin, Lily Arlene Isaacs, Mary Kern, Dick Krieg. Elaine Leslie, Beth Neher, Jane Lindley, Sharon Neher, Judy Polsinelli, Ardell Price, Barbara Shaw, Mike Shellenberg, Mary Stineberger, Jeanne Stewart, Judy Wilson, Pamela Wilson, and Jeanie Yoder. Four A's and 1 B were received by Paul Cotner, Glcnda Graham, Bill Kimberling, Robert .Pontius, and Rose Ann Williams. Three A's and 1 B went to Beltsy Bailey, Jeanne Beiker, Weldon Bleiler, Mark Brown, John Brookmeyer, James David, Richard Fox, Diane Gibson, Joann Glasson, Beth Hight, Linda Mclntyre, Mary Ellen Newman, Kay Purdy, Bill Richter, Rosalie Ruschkofski, Joe Sabatini, Fred Schue, and Tom Smith. Students who received 3 A's and 2 B's were: Jerry Bent/., Janet Eisert, Janet Eller, Erika Esser, Carolyn Grube, Tom Huston, Dave Loner, Rosemary McCain, Ron Nazerine, John O'Neill, Nancy VanAllen, and David Morton. In Lincoln junior high five students — Carolyn Hopper, Janice Klumpp, Mary Jane Lebo, Anne Lyon, and William Rogers—received 5 A's. Three A's and 2 B's went to David Frick, -Joy Hodlund, Johr Jones, Roger Lehnus, Nancy Mil ler. Bill Steinhilber, and Bill. Stuart. Students who received 4 A's am 1 B were: Edward Fitzgerald, Jean Johnson, Bill Johnson, Stephen Kaye, Stephen Skelton, Joe Smith Vicki Walker, and Dianne Wells. UF Board Discusses Extension of Service United Fund board members Thursday discussed the possibility oF aiding organized movements ii the county where "a need exists.' The United fund, formerly the Community Chest which was only concerned with assistance in the city, now Includes the county. Miss Thelma Dcane, Council o Social Agencies representative, re ported on the organization of a Family Counseling service. The C'SA service is designed to help •those who are confronted with family problems. The budget committee will ex- nmine the budget requests of the various OF organizations due June 15. The fall campaign quota then be set. Death and Funerals STEPHENS Funeral services for Clarence Stephens, Cl, were conducted Friday afternoon at the Chase-Miller chapel. Burial was made in Mt Hope cemetery. .•VOTICH OK ATT/VII.VI.VI'ji/vriV .vo. ;r, i.'ct UTATIO OK INDIANA) C'OI.'.VTV (>\f f!AHH }' SK: ,. y JiMin, lilf.7, iijiiiuhili'il Ailtnlnln- •r'llrlx will, m,. Will Am,,-",,! ",ill,, K.sliuu ,,f HllKh M. FlUKiiriilci, df'fUHHOtl. ' All piirnunn liuvliiK nlulm* liKHlnxl niilil ml:it<,, ivJiftl-iT ,,r in. I now ilii(.. ,„ UK', rile ih,, „„„,,. Jn (mlil ciuirt within nix C Ii ) IIIOIII.IIH rri.in Mm tiiit.- of tho firm ]'Hl. lli-all. .n or llils nulli-i. or .s;ilil flnlrnn will l.n runtvur Ijiirrfii Illlll'd lit l,OK!UIH|.OI-t, Ihllljllll, till.-; 13th (iny of .(urn., l|ir,7 KI.I/.AIIKTII I1IKK Ull Tli-rk of lliu C'lruull Court irAnoi.i'"5. TiinKUTv" y ' - 1 """ 1 "" ' , Allornoy fo 'Free Gift Wrapping" R. E. Michael Services Set Final rites for Ralph Edward Michael, 30, will be conducted at 10:30 a.m. Saturday at the Baptist church in Young America. Michael, the son of Earl and Martha (Cook)-Michael of Young America, died at 4:10 a.m. Wednesday at the VA hospital in Indianapolis. He had been ill month. He was born in Howard county on Oct. 13, 1926, was graduated from Clay township high school and was employed at the Continental Steel Corporation. He served in the armored infantry in World War II. He married Norma May Dunlap of Kokomo in 194R. She survives with two sons, Randall Lee and Steven Edward, at home; the parents, a brother, Carl, and a sister Mrs. Hazel Shoemaker, Kokomo. A Bister preceded in death. The deceased was a member of the Young America Baptist church Funeral services will be conducted' by the Rev. Harry Rea and burial will be made in Sunset Memory Gardens cemetery. The uody is at the fillers funeral home where friends may call. The body will lie in state one hour at .the church. CASS 4-H DELEGATES ON DePAUW CAMPUS Y" Schedule Announced On June 24, the summer schedule of the Cass County YMCA will get underway, according to Executive Secretary Frank Taylor. The building will be open from until 5, Monday through Saturday, and from'6:30 until 8:30 on Monday and Thursday evenings during the summer program. The serial will begin on June 15. ' Taylor, assisted by Tom Rinehart, will act as director of the summer activities. He announced that membership is open to all Cass county boys who are nine years of age or older. Activities will be comprised of [organized contests and individual i games, leatherwork and other handicrafts; and movies, among which will be shown, "Trail of the Royal Mounted". Cancelled reservations have created two openings for the YMCA Camp Tecumseh. There are accommodations for 27 local boys at the camp, Taylor said, and there are only 25 reservations made. The schedule of the summer .program is as follows: Logansport, Indiana, Pharos-Tribune Threa Cass county's delegation to the 2Blh annual 4-H Junior Leader Conference left the Dcl'auw University campus litre today after'spending four days in sessions on the organization and administration of 4-II clubs. Shown above are (left to-right) front, Carole Cunningham, Logansport; and Pauletta Emery, Mctca; (rear) George Sailors, Logansport; Gene Swank, Lucerne; and Charles Paschen, Metcn. (Pharos-Tribune Photo-Engraving.) George Martin Joins Police Force July 1 Appointment of George E. Martin, 29, of 400 Washington, to the city police force, effective July 1, was announced today by Lee Morris, chief. Martin is currently employed as a mechanic for the Schreyer agency on Water street. He is married and has two children. The new officer is a member of the Civil Defense police unit, having completed the CD school last spring. Death Claims G. E. Voorhees FLORA— Gertha E. Voorhees. 84, 219 East Columbia, died at 10 p.m. Thursday at the St. Elizabeth hospital in Lafayette. He had been ill two days. Mr. Voorhees formerly owned the Flora Sawmill and was a member and trustee of ihe Methodist church licrc * Born near' Flora on Nov. 3 1872 i lle was (he soll ot John d j He will ill the vacancy caused hine (Towel , s) Voorhees. His first by the retirement of Cloyd Robeson. Loren Cook will resume his} duties of communications officer. marriase was to Margarel Arno]d on May I5i mr she djcd Dec _ ,_ Infant Rodney Minor Dies at Moline, III. Graveside rites for Rodney Edward Miner, infant son of Mr. and Mrs. Frank D. Miner, of Logansport, were conducted this week in Oakdale cemetery, Davenport, la, The infant died Tuesday at Moline Lutheran hospital, while-the ,, . , , parents were visiting at the home I*!; £ h ". rc !i ;! , 1 . ~._ p '™; Sun ,?. a 'V "'" h of Mr. Miner's mother, Mrs. Aver- ' ' ' ill Miner, of Rock Island, 111. J922 and she died June 30, 2954. Survivors include a daughter, Mrs. Elmer McCall, South Bend; a stepson, Richard Callane, Rushville; four granddaughters, a sister, Mrs. May BccknT, Flora; and a brolher, Oka!, Mishawaka. The body is a! the Loiter funeral home where friends may call after 7:30 p.m. Friday. Final rites will be conducted at Logansport Native Dies in Chicago Christian Science services Mrs, Gladys Peterson, formerly of Logansporl and Monticello, who died Wednesday evening at her Chicago home, will be conduct ' for ted , at 2 o'clock Saturday afternoon at the Miller funeral home in Monticello. Burial will, be in the Thomp- .son cemetery at Royal Center. She was a native of Logansport and had visited here frequently Surviving are her husband, Gustavo; a son, Kenneth, Chicago; a daughter, Kathleen Reeder and a sister, Mrs. Blanche Thompson both of Monticello; a niece, Mrs lames Goldstinc, 417 West Miami avenue, city; and a nephew, Rob- co'mpTe'le' ert Cotner, Gary. The body is at the Miller funeral 8 to Retire At Gossard Eight local employes of the II. W. Gossard company will retire on pensions Saturday. They are: Miss Nellie Healey, who has 37 years of service; Mrs. Mildred Kistler, 36 years r>[ service; Mrs. Lillic Mills, 36 years; Mrs. Ethel Miller. 34 years; Mrs. Katherine Wysong, 27'« years; Mrs. Leva Deford, 27 years; Mrs. Josephine lies, 25 years; and Mrs. Ova Hicks, 19 year.-,. Their retirement benefits will come from the Central Stales International Garment Workers Union Retirement fund, which is maintained by the union and employers. The fund was started in 1953 through agreement of the ILGWU and employers of members of 37 unions. It is administered by a committee of eight, four representing the employers and ('our representing Ihc unions. Harry Crink.'aw, formerly «f this cily, is one of the employer trustees. School Attendance In Carroll County Is 96.35 Per Cent DELPHI—County attendance officer Bertha Noble said Friday that school attendance for the 195657 years in Carroll coun'.y was 'J6.35 per cent. She said the lowest attendance percentage was in the county Cecil C. Parrish,67, Dies in Pennsylvania Cecil C. Parrish, (i7, a native of Logansport, died at 5 a.m. Friday at his home in Donora, Pa. He had been ill for a year. Born April 2, Jllflo, he was the son of Isaac and KliKibelh Parrish. Survivors include his wife, Kli/- aboth, and a sisle:', Mrs. Julia G. Munson, Logansporl. Funeral arrangements are in- cause oi measles, mumps, and cluckenpox that plagued the younger studcnls. Total, enrollment in all county grade and high schools was 3,453, .she said. Ot the high schools, Cutler had Ihe highest percentage of attendance, Dli.lli. Then came Flora with 97.20 per ceiit; Delphi, 95.51; Burlington, 90.25; Camden, 96.15; and Deer Creek, 95,29. In grades 7-11, Carson, New Hope schools had a percentage attend ance of 9(1.19. Owasco had 90.13 Deer 97.37; Creek, 97.09; Carrollton, Burlington, 96.90; Flora 96.811; Delphi, 08.7B; Camden, 96.77 Pittsburg, 96.75; Cutler, 96.32 Adams, 96.21); Yeoman, 95.92 Rockficlcl, 95.39; Burrows, 94.51. In grades 1-6, the five highest schools were Carson, Wi.B. 1 ); New Hope, 96.78; Camden, 9G.29; Pitts- lome in Monticello, where friends may call. Read the Classified Ads TONITE, Juno 14 BOYD BENNETT and hit Rackets Oponi Sat., Juno 15 Dick Halloman Orchestra. Plus "Choorful Earfuli" m the lounge (ovory nifo) WHAFS1HE (WIDEN RULE IIP TO NOW? Logansport's Most Progressive Department Store Watch Tuesday evening's PHAROS-TRIBUNE and Wednesday's MORNING PRESS for details! See our large Broadway show window June 19! GOLDEN RULE 409-415 E. BROADWAY DIAL 4166 fifth grades—Monday, 9-11:30 a.m. and Wednesday and Saturday, 910:15 a.m.; for sixth, seventh and eighth graders — Wednesday and Saturday, 10:45-12 noon, and Fri burg, 96.27; Flora, 96.15; and it)a ^' 9 -"-'30 P.m.; for high school iX^J^^J™*"? Surviving in addition to'the'par- Rockfield, 96.10. Percentages ranged down to 92.55. Attendance in all schools at the end of the first semester of the school year was 97.38 per cent, higher than the 96.39 per cent of a year ago. Cooking Demonstrated At Peppers 4-H Club Cooking demonstrations were —Tuesday and .Thursday, 9-12 noon. Informal Activities—fourth and ents and paternal grandmother are the maternal grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Edward Reescr.' of Logansport; and the paternal great grandmother, Mrs. Sadie Erickson, of Allerton, la. Tl'pton Farm Bureau fifth grades-Monday through Fri-j Will Meet Tuesday day, 3-5 p.m.; for sixth, seventh ,„. „ ' and eifflith m-a*.™ ' M,,»,I.,.. TipUm Township Farm I , and eighth graders — Monday through Friday, 1-5 p.m.; for high school— Monday through Friday, l- 5 p.m. Handicrafts — fourth and fifth graders — Monday through Friday, 1-4 p.m.; for sixth, seventh and eighth grades — Monday through Friday, 1-4 p.m.; for high given by members of the Peppy j school — Monday through -Friday Peppers 4-H club at its recent! 1-4 p.m. meeting in the Adamsboro community building. Nancy Lindley made cookies, Connie Oldham. told about applesauce cake, and Linda Bowles made wacky cakes. Lenna Wilson told about a trip to Purdue. Susanna Lindley gave the treasurer's report and Nancy Wilson reported on health and safety. Next meeting will be in tho community building Friday, June 21), at « p.m. Movios — Every Wednesday at 10:15 a.m. and 1 p.m., beginning June 26. These shows will feature lours of the United States. Every Saturday, a serial will be shown at 10:15 a.m. and at 1 p.m. The boy's organization wi!. .^ unable to sponsor swimming classes this year, Taylor said, inasmuch as outside groups are prohibited from using the pool for classes. If sufficient interest warrants them, trips, tours and day camp will be held during the summer. Tiplon Township Farm Bureau will ,'iicei. Tuesday at H p.m. in the music room of the Walton school. Arthur Arnott, district, director, will be the main speaker. Pet and Hobby club will be in charse of a Father's Day program and devotions. the Rev. F. Kaye Bass officiating Burial will be made in Maplo Lawn cemetery. The body will lia in state one hour at the church. CASH LOANS-REFINANCING • YOUR CAR • APPUANCIS » FURNITURE • PERSONAL ntOPIRTY „$ TQyVNi FINANCE C Q.. •'£? OVJJR BAZLEY'S MARKET ,,'••. lOGANSPOI^T, INPIANA .'•« PH. S2S24 4fO'/!e. Broadway ll be SUNDAY IS DAD'S DAY Ha will get years of enjoyment wjrh a new electric razor. 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