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Fourteen Logansport, Indiana, Pharos-Tribune Enrollment in Summer Reading Is Over 2,000 Over two thousand boys and girls are currently enrolled in the Summer Reading Club of the Logans- cchi, Linda' Petrocchi, Joyce Shackelford, Kathy Shackelford, Bonnie Timberman, Linda Timberman, port public library, it was report-1 "'Stevie Harris, Mrs. Mary Engel ed by Librarian Miss Mary Holmes. Ibrecht, Mrs. Jean Ann Flory, Mrs. The 36th annual Summer Reading Club, sponsored by the' Logansport Public library, started >Iay 20, 1957. 2240 boys and girls are now enrolled. Even though Helen Jones. Delphi Mrs. George Marley and son, Flora Seventeen members attended the recent meeting of the Flora-Home Demonstration club. Roll call was answered with a "Wedding Incident." Mesdames Daniel Brown, Ralph Rinehart and Mark Carter were appointed on a committee to select draperies • for the library clubroom. A lesson on "freezing" was presented by Mrs. Junior King and Mrs. Wilbur Wilson. Mrs. C,--W. Ryan presided. Mrs. Max Frazee Summer does not'begin officially! John ' of Detroit - who spent a!gave devotions. Hostesses were until June 21st, 174 readers havei week h « re with her sl£ter - Miss ™" J "'""" " "~~"~ completed their first list of re-i^^ t Hanna.Jeft_ on ^Wednesday quired reading for membership in the Library Reading Club. 53 boys, 89 girls and 32 adults have their flames listed 'in the Library Hall of Fame, giving credit lo the school of their choice. Six boys, five girls and six adults have read a second list of books and have a gold star by their names on the school posters. One boy and three girls have read and reported on thirty books and a blue star is posted by their names. Longfellow school is leading all city schools with 61 points, Daniel Webster is second with 41 points. All city schools except Lincoln junior high school have some names on their poster, as completing at least one group of reading. The other schools and their points in order of their standing are as follows: Jefferson—17; St. Joseph — 14; St. Vincent — 13; Washington —12; Tipton — 9; Franklin — 8; St. Bridget — 6; Columbia — 5; Mesdames Charles Harter, Carter and Ryan. The Home Endeavor HD club met in the home of Mrs. Fred Collins, with Mesdames Robert Mrs. Frank Zinc who returned Perigo and Henry Amos Myer as- of last week for their home. Miss Hanna joined them there for an indefinite visit Tuesday. recently from Pueblo, Colo, left Wednesday with Mrs. George Marley and John for Detroit where she Ls visiting her brother, Mr. Jeffrey and family. Mrs. Zinn has taken a room in the Mrs. William Ashba home on West Monroe Street. She plans to spend two weeks in Detroit. Miss Adah Smith who has been confined to a Lafayette hospital following a fall at the Ed Thoma home several weeks ago has been dismissed and has returned to the Thoma home. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Keisling and daughters Corine and Connie left Sunday for a trip to Pennsylvania where Corrine will visit in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Richard A. Rainbolt and family. Mr. and McKinley — 3; Riley junior high— 1; Senior high—1. Total points— f 191. Mrs. Keisling and Connie will go to Niagara ing for Corrine enroute home. Miss Frances Redmon has ac- With one asterisk indicating gold copted a posit i on i n the law office star raling, and Iwo representing, nf W atson McCormick, Miss Red- bolh gold and blue slar, the fol-' mon is aUcnt ] in c; Manchester Col- owing readers have completed , and ^ home for the sum . their books this week: mer Columbia—Rona Lee Crist, Sue| p au i Laprad is home for the ]len Hamilton, Phyllis Ann Rice,; summer from Manchester college Linda Shields, Miss ._Gerlha Stur-i anc j is working at the Farm Bugeon. Daniel. Webster—John Henry Andrews, Tom Bellinger, James Bulmer, Jill Ann Carilhers,' Betty Jane Carr, Karlalea Cody, Nancy i^'summer" "she will" return "toi reau, in Delphi. Miss Elaine Cunningham is em- CKO5SWORD PUZZLE *» v«urd«v'« ACROSS 1—Base t— Pierce 8—Wall! 12—Room In harem 13—Killer whale 14—LonB ago 15—Profits 17—Twirl 18—Apothecary'* weight 19—Glossy fabric 21—Prophets 23—Burrowing mammal 24— Malay eJbbon (Pi.) 25—Fellow boarder 20—Peer Gynt's mother 20—Gull-like birds 31—Ship's record 32—Makes destitute 34—Smolco and foj 35—Man's name 36—Divulges clandestinely 37—Hat ornament 40—Sharp 41—Leave out . 42—Worship 46—Competent 4T—Arabian prlnc* 48—Steer 49—Entrance 50—Wheel track* 51—Turf DOWN 1—Tennis strok* sUting. The club voted to hold llie fund drive for retarded children during the 4-H fair. Mrs. Charles Gibson gave a history of "Tell Me Why" and she led the group in singing. She won the gift sale and she will be hostess for the next meeting. Mrs. Perigo gave devotions and read, a poem." Thank you" notes were read from Mrs. Don Fogarty and Mrs. Dean McKinley. Office of Dr. John A. Bush, veterinarian, will be closed from June 15-22. Dr. and Mrs. M. R. Adams and family recently attended a reunion at Versailles, Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Wilson and daughter have moved to Lafayette. The meeting, June 19, of Kil Kare Klub will be held in the home o.f Mrs. Gladys Flora. Mr. and Mrs. Don Taylor and family have moved to Monticello where he will teach next year. Rev. Ebert Smith attended a 3-day meeting of the Indiana Synod of Preshylerian churches held at Hanover. His wife and children visited her parents at Charleston. Mrs. Elbert Smith will serve as a leader at Camp Kosciusko for ten days, leaving here June 15. ployed at the Roth Park Hotel for — ^d Mr b j'^nn Ayres at*lm put^.Tvirti' CVid mill (.nhtrn ml _ _ _. ^ TJeane," .Jane E. Eno, John Eno,' James Fit/er. Bill Franklin, Judy Garrett, Barbara Jean Gohl, Mary Griffith, Margaret Hart, Vivian Hopper, Marsha Huffman, Stanley Warren Layman, Joseph Lindahl, Ttoger Lowry, Sheryl McClain, Stephen Martin, Marsha Lee Mason, Nita Gail Mason, Barbara O'Conner, Thomas Priesthoff, Bonnie Rhoade.s, Marsha Suddolh. Larry Summers, Lonnie Zeider, Mr. Robert Bulmer, Mrs. Mary Griffith, Mrs. Clifford Hart, 'Mrs. Harry Hopper, Miss Mary Nola Hoose, *Mrs. Ben Hankee, »Mrs. William Huff, "Miss Eileen Kimener. Franklin—Diane Binder, Marilyn Briggs, Janice Savini, Ronald Savini, Linda Titus, Mrs. Betty Cotner, Mr. Ralph Cotner, Mrs. Roberta Zimmerman. Jefferson—Kathy Karrett, Marilyn Bcall, Marilyn •lean Camp, John Robert Dean, Ball State Teachers college as a senior next fall to begin her.stu- dent leaching. tended the wedding of her brother Richard Kaylor, and Miss Jocllyn Sharp, at Frankfort. Mr. and Mrs. Les Ray, of Rush. ,, -_ TT < .i ;*» i . «iiu HJ i 3. iwv;a iieiy , u>. ituBll" Mr. and Mrs. Homer Hacketl, vju altended funeral serviccs entertained at Riley Park Sunday here for M B , h Nortt!cut t, night for several re at.ves an d h d| n!c simper was served lo Mr. and Mrs. Fred Williams and children of Gary; Mr. and Mrs. Bernard in whose home he coach of the Flora Badgers. Dr. and Mrs. and family plan R. Adams allend the wedding of a cousin, Miss Joyce -,. , . . ., . ,, .• »n rvi;uwiiift vi a ^uuani, .m^.a uuvuk. G.sh and family of Monticcllo: Edward \ tt) Rcv . G . B . K ( m . Mr and Mrs. Lowell Meek am j lg t lh G fi ]d Park children o Deer Creek: Mr. ami B list h h Indianapolis. Mrs. Lloyd Hi7 f er, and Mr.^ Lottie. ^. t j R . f < d K th VU Hinn-io nil r\f Pa melon • Mr anrl ' _ ....•'.. . ^- Dltu. fcj. unit* /Mlu« ewuulc, 2 2—Poem 3—Nomad 4—Couctie» E—Neat G—Perform 7—Musical , Instruments' 8—Orderliness 9—t>rlnl: heavily 111—Groat Lak« 11—Pounder of Pennsylvania Ifi—Js mistaken 20—Charity 21—Broad, tnlck slice 22—Comfort 2:1—Customs 25—Gun 2(i—Bookn of Jact» 27—Stole 28—Urges on 30—Domuatli'at* 33—Christian festival J4— Prophet" 36—Condescending Icolts 37—Froff ITS— Pulpit 3D—Storage pit •JO—Unite closoly 43—L,arpro bird 44— A Isn 45—Einis)> Richmond, Stuben, and Plymouth schools. . Mr. Fuhrman will visit his sister in Oklahoma City and he will sail later in the month for a vacation in Europe. Neighbors of Elmer Huntley who returned recently to his farm southwest of Flora from the Home hospital of Lafayette went to his farm and planted his corn for him. They plowed, and planted 83 acres. Those helping in the work included Harry, John and Junior ( Shaffer, George, Joe and Mark! panist and Mrs. Bess Berkla is director of the local chorus. County chorus members attending the program were Helen Cooper, Iva Crouse, Marie Moss, Mary Scowden, Dora Lemon, Frances Sollberger, Maud Burns, Gladys Anderson, Carla Sherman, Lydia Walts, Alma Wooldridge, Beulah Wooldridge, Maude Doremire, Gladys Bushmeyer, Letha Jackson, Marlene Jackson, Carol Malhew, Anne Boardman, Elma Shepard, Catherine Parsons, Ruth Walters, and Carol Wallers. Dennis; and Dick Porter, John' Fourteen-year-old Carol Walters, Lohrman, Joe Ward, and Bob of Wolcott, was the youngest mem- Gangwer. Mrs. Elmer McCall, South Bend, was called here by the death Thursday of her father, Gertha Voorhees. Monticello Lloyd Kyburz of Reynolds, Car- 1 olyn .Schelle of Brookston, Sam Westerhouse of Buffalo, Karen Peters of West Point and Marilyn Ycrk of Round Grove represented White County 4-H club junior leaders at Ihe annual Junior Leader Conference at DePauw University at Grecncastle this week. They were sponsored by the Monticello Kiwanis club and will give their reports at the regular Kiwanis her.present at the program. While county hospital: Birtlis: To Mr. and Mrs. Claude Collins, roule 2, Monticello, a son. Dismissals: Mrs. Pauline Stevenson, roule 3, Monliceilo; Miss Edna' Mae Horn, Monon. Louis Abbotl, son of Mr, and Mrs. E. T. Abbott of Monticello, route 1, was graduated Monday from the Indiana University School of Dentistry and received his degree in Doctor of Dentistry. Mr. Abbott was graduated from St. Joseph high school and received his BS degree from St. Joseph college at Rensselaer in 1950. He served in the Army three years, part of his lour of duly being at n f n~~,l « -ut~ n ^A\ VMH.UH u. ivajr, win: anu ivdLiij . - - -~ -- ----— , ydll tn Hls LUUL UL uuuy UUIH£ tu all of Camden; Mr and' are vism ^ t Mr J club meetmg Monday noon at the ,, e Aberdeon p roving Gr0 u nd , ' Mrs. Donald Clark and daughter, d M D B H h fa 'Sportsman Hotel. of Logansport; Mr. and Mrs. Meridith Clark and daughter of near Marion; Ed Cunningham and Justine Hackett from Delphi. Mr. in Japan for 18 months and will now be stalioned in Maine. New officers of Ihe Psi Iota Xi sorority are Mrs. Ruth Murphy, and Mrs. Fred Williams and child- prc .=idonl; Miss Mabel Wharton, ren formally of I/ogansporl will vice president; Mrs. Lynn Fisher, be visiting their friends and rela- rccort ij nL , st , crc t arv . M-S John I recording secretary; Mrs. John [Maryland, assigned to a hospital. Sheep Dipping Outfit Ready Farmers in the county will again be provided with a. sheep- dipping program by the Sheep Improvement Association, according to Robert Beckley, president of the Cass county group. Louis Zimmer, of Royal Center and Tommie Powlen, of Lucerne will operate the outfit this year and the charge is 20 cents per head with a minimum charge of $3.50 for any one farm. The 4-H lamb club members will be given special consideration on charges, according to Gus Thias, county agent. The program will begin June 15 and farmers desiring the service are asked to call Zimiiier at Lucerne 2462, Powlen at Lucerne 2107 or the county extension office. The sheep should be ready to be dipped when tlie outfit arrives. A worming service is also provided. . The dipping program is a prelude to the lamb marketing ppols scheduled this year. Dates are June IB, July 16 and 30, August 12 and. 27, September 10 and 24, October 8 and 22, November 5 and 19, and December 3 and 17. Saturday Evening, June 15, 1937. Charge Chinese Communist Killed 800,000 Since 1949 Flu Deaths Reach 1,185 MANILA (UP) — The Health Department reported today that 1,185 deaths and 473,356 cases have been registered in the Philippines influenza epidemic. Dr. Jacinlo Dixon, department epidemiologist, said he believes there are five times as many unreported cases. In Jakarta, Indonesian press reports said the influenza epidemic has killed 45 persons in Indonesia so far. The epidemic spread to Japan's last two previously unaffected provinces today. An estimated 2.500,000 Japanese were reported suffering from racking coughs, persistent fever and muscle pains. .Five Japanese have died since the epidemic reached Japan a little more than one month ago. The Japanese Welfare Ministry said flu had affected 505,000 schoolchildren. A total of 1,174 schools closed and another 2,514 suspended part of their classes. Hospital Notes MEMORIAL Born: To Mr. and Mrs. Bobby Slusher, Walton, a daughter; to Mr. and Mrs. Paul Tribbett, route G, a son. Admitted: Harold Logan, Burnettsville. Dismissed: Mrs. Frances Anderson, route 4; Mrs. Mary Kreider, route 1; Mrs. Robert Leiper and son, 340 Riverview street; Master Stanley Lesh, Camden; Miss Edna Powell, 215 West Linden avenue; Harley Smith, Rockfield; Mrs. Velma Wilson, Lucerne; Otho Wooten, 421 Cliff Drive; Mrs, Bertha Young, Grass Creek. ST. JOSEPH'S Admitted; Mrs. Sandra Hartman, Terra Haute; Mrs. Gertrude Ar- rr.ick, 1902 George street; Mrs. Edith Longenccker, 2218 East Broadway; Al Kearney, 336 West Broadway. Dismissed: Paul Hinshcr, 108 East Linden avenue; Mrs. Elizabeth Rist, 217 Barren street; Mrs. Emma Cummings, 614 West Market street; Mrs. James Skclton and son, route 1; Mrs. Merle DeFord and daughter, 417 East Ottawa street; Mrs. Frederick Wolfe and daughter, route 1. , m Flic While county Memorial hos-! The 12a , h annual g raduation pital Women s Auxiliary wi 1 meet cerem( , nies at j. ij were attended xi luesday afternoon at 2 o clock at llv his narenK , M ' and M ... Ah . Mr. and Mrs. Sherman Risser ling, Mrs. Lucille Dean. Mrs. Don- the REMC building. Fortnightly club met Friday afternoon with Mrs. Karl Schmoll with Mrs. Ruby Fauber assistant. superinten- Memorial iLant'ston. Mrs. Ross Eikenberry, hos l )ltal . havc returned home from Brown, W iu i^, patroness for two years.! 2 vacation trip to Wadena, Minn., have moved to California where he officers 'were installed by Mrs. ] where they visited Mr, and Mrs. has been stationed for eight weeks. Wayne Langston. of basic training. Their new ad- 1 Delta Theta Chi sorority held its dress for friends wishing to write formal initiation at the library is: Trailer Terrace 1030 Pine Ave. dubroom. The group entertained Space 3, Sea Side, Calif. Twenty-one members of ! the Logansport Kappa chapter. thcl Girls from Gamma who were, menl exercises of the State Tcach- *Mrs. Lowell Long. Longfellow— Marilyn Albright, Larry Eoutwell, Terry Houlwell, Cnnnie Drake, Mary Ann Emmerd, Charles Gerni, Mary Gerni, Joyce Hardt, Christina Harvey, William Johnson, John Kline, Donald Kuns, Melbourne Kuns. Steven Lohning, Mike . . , _ , ... McNaught David Osentiaugh B ar .' A.ssocialion met Tuesday night ta Eikenberry, Barbara Michael, bara Reap Tonya Regan Donald f(ir a cooperative supper at the Virginia Bush, Virginia Marcelllno, Rife James Paul Rogers Diana home of Mrs ' No!and HoweH. Mary Jordan' and Misses Patty Sue Sayger Deborah Schmidt . nr - T - Nca! Petr y, president of.Flora, Sandra Cook, Sonja Ann Mike Schmidt David Slionnan' lhc Carroll County Medial As- Cook, and Carolyn Murphy. David Simpson! Michael Jon Simp- sociation, traced, in a most inler-| In charge of the ceremony were son. John Htcckul Oma Tilley Re- c - st ' n S manner, the progress of Joyce Sparks, Jenna Mae Hunter, ^Waller Battreall and family, Mrs. 'BaUreall also being a daughter of the Rissers. by his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Abbott, his sister, Loretta, and his fiance, Marilyn Rubner, of Indianapolis. Mr. and Mrs. George Station of route 1, Monliceilo, and Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Paul, of route 2, Mon- liceilo, attended the Indiana University commencement Monday morning in Bloominglon. Bill Paul received his BS degree in Business. Mr. Paul and his wife, the former Jan Station, and son will move to Lafayette where he will be em- On Sunday, June 2 they attend-, ployec , at Alcoa . The Pauls wiu ed baccalaureate and commence-1 live i n ' ihc < c house trailer Two Airline Pilots Report Sea Eruption HONG KONG (UP)—Two commercial airline pilots reported they saw what "appeared to be an undersea eruption" about 70 miles west of Hong Kong. Capt. P. R. Holden, flying a Civil Air Transport airliner, said he saw a yellowish green patch of sea "about 200 yards wide." Capt. L. Newly, pilot of a Pan American World Airways plane, radioed (he Hong Kong control lower about !hc same time and said he too saw an "underwater eruption." hi.'tca Ann Tilns, Sherry Diane Vi- trllo, Clarke Walsh, Joyce Wilsey, Janice Wilson. Ricky Wilson, 'Robert Frank fiuker, *Fionnie Gardner. "Barbara Hcllyer, 'David Lee Ob- cnchain, "Thomas Waile, 'Philip Wild, *Chri.stine Waite, **Dayle Cass-Carroll Medical Assistants initiated were Mesdames Henriel- urs College at Moorhead, Minn., their granddaughter, Connie Bat- Ireall being a graduate. Connie received her BS degree in elementary education. R. A. Arnold, plant manager at (hu Bryan Manufacturing Co., Inc., in Monticello, announces that Jack Robinson, plant superintendent, has resigned his position to join another firm. Mr. Arnold slates that Verne Richey has been promoted from medical practice and the changes.Velma Herd, Marjorie Sines, Kay in the life of the practicing physi- Kuns, and Annabelle Sparks. Peg- cian lhal have brought about llie.gy Brower served as pianisl. Slate need for someone to share lhc officers present were Velma Herd, workload of today's doctor. president, and Jenna Mae Hunter, Wilson, *»Gayli; Wilson, Mrs. Edith slants was given by Mrs. Carl A report of the first stale con- corresponding secretary. Meeting vention of Indiana Medical As- was in charge of Mary Trapp, other arrangements can be made. Guard Reserve Is Organized INDIANAPOLIS (UP)—Indiana loday announced creation of a Stale Guard Reserve to be mobilized if the Indiana .\aliona! Guard ever is called lo aclive duly. Maj. Gen. John W. McConnell, state adjutant general, said a :adre of 37 officers will be re- ruiled from Ihe ranks of ex-officers of Ihe National Guard, State uard and now-defunct Internal Security Corps. A military adviser will be- chairman of a local military committee n each cily where there is an armory, McConnell said, and he would become the local commander if the reserve ever is activated. The reserve will be formed as an emergency standby organiza- .ion only. NEW YORK (UP) — The New York Times said today that the Chinese Communist government "liquidated" 800.000 persons between October, 1949, and Ihe beginning of 1954. In a dispatch from Warsaw, the newspaper's correspondent Sydney Gruson said the figure was contained in a speech made by Chinese chief of state Mao Tsc-tung last Feb. 27. It was one of two- speeches, Gruson reported, which laid down Mao's (heory of possible contradiction and conflict in a Marxist stale—a theory in which he has appeared to be in direct conflict with the views of Russia's party boss Nikita Khrushchev. Gruson quoted the following ex| cerpt from the speech: ; "The experience of tile Soviet Union...shows that Stalin made the mistake of substituting internal differences for external antagonism, which resulted in a rule of, terror and the liquidation of thousands of Communists. "In dealing with enemies il is necessary to use force. We in China also have used force" to deal with enemies of the people. The I total number of those who were j liquidated by our security forces 1 numbers 800,000. This is Ihe figure up to 1954. "Since then we are no longer using methods of terror, Instourl we have substituted persuasion and education. If one persists in usin:i Uie metitods of terror in solving internal anlagonisms, il may lend to transformation of Ihcse anlaeo- nisms into antagonisms of the nation-enemy lype, as happened ifl Hungary." Court Notes Judgment for the plaintiff in the I sum of $295.07 was entered by Judge Clifford Wild in Ibe suil on accounl of the Standard Oil company against Homer Beall in Ihe .'Cass circuit court. Harold C. Mull ! was Ihe attorney for the plaintiff. INVALID IIEATK.V BADLY SOUTH BEND (UP)—Mrs. Elva Taylor, fio, a wheelchair invalid, reported to police Thursday she was beaten on the he-ad with an alarm clock when she surprised a burglar rifling a chest in her jedroom. Mrs. Taylor was taken '.o a hospilal in fair condition. In Loving Memory jof Hampton "Mac" Mulcahy who passed away June IGlh, 1943. The rolling stream of life rolls on But still the vacant chair Recalls the love, the voice, the smile-, of (he one who once sat there. "Mom" and "Dad" YOUTH FOll CHRIST WARSAW (UP)-The 13lh an- lual Youlh for Christ International onvention will be heid at Winuna Lake June 30-July 14. A highlight will be the finals of the national high school Bible ciui/. contest in which five-member high, school teams will compete. - FUR STORAGE CIcnuiiif; & Repairing Logan Fur Service 521 High Phono 3G32 GERANIUMS Z5c anil up Petunias, Colciis, bedding plnnls for flower boxes and garden Hardy Mums. Vegetable find flower plants, the best and disease resistant varieties. Spray materials, Slallcr'* and Rapid Gro. Fliint foods, pout moss. Markert's Greenhouse 152'J IMcnsanl Hill No Delivery Transplant Kidneys Info Teenager's Body BUENOS AIRES (UP) — The kidneys of a dsad infant were transplanted into the body of an Argentine teenager in a last ditch effort by surgeons to cure his acute nephritis, it was reported. A spokesman at the Costa Buero clinic, where the operation assistant supcrinlendent to super- 'was performed, reported the teen- inlcnclenl, succeeding Mr. Robin-'ager was in "satisfactory" condi- Doty, .Miiry Kmmerd, Mrs. Kdilh t'lanofiin, Miss Bernice Hirst, Mrs. Jeannt; Lywi, Mrs. Glen Mather. Miss Margaret Newby, Miss Agrla Rafter, Mrs. Henry Wegcrt. McKinley — Palli Jo Moon, 'Mrs. Dorris Wislcr. Riley junior high— Barbara Ann Spencer. St. Bridget — 1'aini'ia Clrwson, Gerry Kienly, Judy Kienly, Miss Karen Smith, •Mrs. Boyd Huff. St. Joseph— John Anlonclli, Slanley Anlonelli, Loonnc Brown, Robert" Dougherty, Fillmore, Joyce Fru.shour, Mark Mary Gerstncr, Marianne Loner, Mariel Loner, Tim Oldham, Irene Trav- jiic'ek, Susan Turaicr, Theresa Wil- Wolf of Lnganspnrl. Lncal members elected to offices in the State Association include Mrs. Noland Howcll and Miss Evelyn Som- mcrs. Assisling Mrs. Howcll in entertaining the group were Hilda McKay, Joan Fcrrier, Phyllis Hildebrand, and Pauline Moore. The next meeting will be liold in Flora on Wednesday, July 10 with Martha Hannway, Mablc Wharlon and Belty Ellar as hostesses;. The Auxiliary of Harry Bohannon Post No. 75, of the American •Legion will meet at the Legion Home Tuesday evening at 7:30 son. St. Vincenl—Joseph Dexlor,land ail members are urged to al- Marilyn Dailey, Colleen Malady, lend as there will be election of Marcia Mast, Sue Ann Masl, Mar- Ilia Mcdland, Thomas Pancini, Linda Ricci, Thomas Rogers, Kathryn Ktoligrosz, Margaret Stoligrosz, •Larry Bultice. Senior high school —Mary Brunei". Tipton—Susan Altmyer, Mary Davis, Michael E. McMinn, Nancy Kny McMinn, Char- ]wio Poncini, Sharon Pancini, Cheryl Taylor, Brenda Turnpaugh, Mrs. Lois Bcnnor. Washington- Sue Ellen Layman, Angela Pctro- Now Serving LUNCH DAILY EXCEPT SATURDAY BEN HUR MOTEL officers. The committee is as follows: -Sue Wingard, chairman, Maude Smilh, Lillie Smith, Mildred Smith, Gladys Spry, Helen Talbort, Naomi Theophile, Edna Taylor, Lillian Thompson, Rulh Tolcn, May Toole, Mary Vallcc .and Mary_Vianco. The Tipp'ecanoe Township Home Phyllis Mills, and Jean Hendrick- f on -. other changes include Ihe fol- tlon. i lowing; Herbert Allen has been Mesdames Lincoln Stafford, Char- Promoted from general foreman lo •les Shaffer and Bernard Mills, of the Baptist church, attended Ihe lasl session of the Baptist House Party, at Franklin college, June 7-9. CarrolHonettes HD club will meet Tuesday in the home of. Mrs. Eugene Flora, Chief of Police Dale Reppert ar- resled Charles Forest, 2U, on charges of desertion. Reppert said he recognized Forest from police assistant superinlendent and Joe Shillis has been promoted from purchasing agent to purchasing agent and assistant lo the manager. The White county Home Demonstration chorus joined with choruses from all over Indiana lo provide a 2,000-voice concert under the direclion of Albert P. Stewart, chorus founder, Wednesday at lhe| Purdue Hall of Music. However, medical circles said the patient had no more than a fair chance of survival. They pointed out that kidney trans plants are seldom successful unless the donor is a twin of the recipient. Demonstration club will hold an all day meeting Wednesday, June CASS COUNTY SADDLE CLUB, INC. HORSE SHOW SUNDAY, JUNE 16, 70 a. m. (Rain Date: Juno 23) Cajj County Fair Grounds Logansport, Ind. SPECIAL for SAT. and SUN. MER-DEl JOE CREAM BUTTERSCOTCH RIPPLE FUDGE RIPPLE PLASTICPAK ECONOMY % GAUON QUALITY OQ !4 OAUON O7C IBERTS' DRUG STORE 1S30 East Broadway Phone 38.54 bulletins. Fpresl lias been taken: Mrs - Robcrt H"gto j s accom- to Parke county. John T. Fuhi'man has returned to his home southwest of'here after finishing his school at New Haven, Ohio, where lie has been employed as head of the commercial department. He has contracted to teach next year at the new consolidated school, which involved reorganization of New Haven, 36 DAYS UNTIL THE CASS COUNTY FAIR Roy L. Crume GENERAL AUCTIONEER • Farm Sales • Household Goods • rieal Estata 1735 South Dixon Road Kokoma, Indiana PHONE COLLECT: Gl. 76619 Kokomo, Indiana PUB1IC SALE As I have moved to Florida, I will sell at public auction al my residence at. 214 Tanguy Street, Loganxpoil, Indiana on Wednesday, June 19th, 1957 at 12:00 o'clock sharp the following household goods: 1 wicker table and lounge; mahogany 2-lior table; wicker rocker; walnut hall table; bookcase; several flour and table lamps; 2-pc. living room suite; rocker, drop leaf lable; one 12x12 rug and one 0x12 rug; several throw rugs; drop leaf dining room table and 4 chairs; buffet; china closet; open book case; telephone slool and lable; knee hole desk and chairs; Hoover sweeper and altachmenls; one hassock; 4-posler bed and springs; dresser; several small chairs; iron bed and springs; dresser and mirror; chest of drawers; one B' Kelvinalor refrigerator with freezing compartment and defroster; Prosperity gas range; breakfast set and four chairs; work table; small stop ladder; electric washing machine; two cupboards; electric clock; and many other items too numerous lo mcnllon. FRED f. CHANDLER, Owner Auctioneer: Norman Teel Not responsible for accidents Chronicle Printing Co. QUALITY PRINTING IS N'OTEXPENSIVE Phone 4362 DR. P. J. BOHM Has Opened Offices for the Practice of Veterinary Medicine and Surgery at 1514 MAIN STREET Rochester, Ind. Phone CA-3-3400 NOTICE On Vacation, June 15 to 23 For Plumbing & Heating Estimates & Installation Phone 2858 after this date. Dale Wickersham, Plbg. & Hetrtg. 1309 HIGH ST. CLIP THIS COUPON SCHLOSSER'S ICE CREAM 9 Flavors for your choice T /2 Gal. reg. 89c WITH COUPON 79c Good Saturday and Sunday Only DON'T LET THE TIGHT MONEY situation curtail your expansion program. A Stran-Steel building is available in the size required to fit your exact needs. 25% DOWN »A LA NCI OH TERMS UP TO t YlAHi. BUJLDING SALES, INC. WAYNE MYERS STEEl P. O. Box 355 LoQantport, IncL Dial 5397 Remember father's Day SUNDAY, JUNE 16 WE HAVE A NICE SELECTION OF GIFTS . FOR FATHER SUCH AS, ELECTRIC RAZORS, CIGARS, PEN & PENCILS, AND SHAVING SETS. 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