Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on June 17, 1957 · Page 5
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Monday Evening, June T7, MST. Presidential Order Removes Ready Reserve From Draft WASHINGTON (UP)—President Eisenhower signed an executive order Saturday which frees ready reserves from draft calls and relaxes rules governing hardship deferrals from military induction. The executive order, amending tin. selective service regulations, stemmed from a review by Selective Service Director Lewis B. Hershey. The order also cuts down the number of referrals to the Justice Department in conscientious objector cases, and deals with other technical changes in the Selective Service Act concerning registration and induction of aliens. White House Press Secretary James C. Hagerty read a statement by Hershey on the reasons behind the two most important rule changes dealing with the ready re- terves and the hardship cases. Hershey explained that Selective Service currently has a large pool of available draftees in class 1-A because of the small size of current induction calls by the armed forces. The order reads that those serving "satisfactorily as members of the ready reserves will be classified as not available for induction regardless of*heir age at the. time ttiey acquired membership. • Until now, such ready reserves could have been drafted although it would have been' unlikely. The hardship amendment says that men will be deferred ffom induction if .such induction would result in extreme hardship to persons dependent on them for support. Formerly, induction had to cause not only "extreme hardship" but "extreme privation" to entitle a person to a dependency deferment. Hagerty said the change will make it "somewhat less difficult to obtain dependence deferment." The change dealing with conscientious objectors requires that an appeal taken by a conscientious objector from his classification by a local board will be referred by a local appeal board to the Department of Justice only when the appeal Board has determined not to defer or exempt the objector from the draft. Most of the men in the ready reserves have served actively in the armed forces. They include many who already have served two-year hitches under the selective service system. They also include the so-called "six-month trainees." Those are youths, 18V4 to 26, who volunteer for six months of active duty and then go on standby status for 414 years. Rochester Fulton county was well represented at the Homemaker's conference which was held in Lafay- etle, at the University, late last •week, when 38 ladies of Fulton county Home Demonstration clubs attended. Mrs. D. G. Dudgeon, Fulton county president; Mrs. Carl Herrold, junior past county president; Mrs. Turner Biddlo, past county prcsi dent, Mrs. Ray Rcker, NBC club member, and Miss Annabel Kupcl, Fulton county agent, were in attendance the full three days. The main upeaker Tuesday evening was Dr. Earl Butz, assistant secretary of agriculture, who spoke on citizenship responsibilities. On Wednesday the following sub- Jects were discussed: Consumer credit; family life, foods, up to date home making, clothing, home lighting, and moatK. The program wan presented by the Purdue specialists. In the evening the Indiana Home Demonstration chorus, presented the program. The Fulton county chorus parliciatfd. Following the election of officers for the new year, Thursday morning, a luncheon wuu served at the Purdue Memorial Union liuildinn. Tfiiine attending from Fulton county were: Mrs. John J. Miller, Mm. Irvin McfUillun and Mr«. Hurry Doud, from the Akron Home Demonstration club; Kurlnri: Mm. Kal[>h licit; Wayne Friendly: Mr«. Elmer Douglas; Happy Hear: Mra. Jtoberl Deardorff and MTK. Cliiir Kilis: Home Circle, Mm. H. Slicr- rard Sr.; Home Makers Cjuvnt: Mrs. Verl Kaiier, and Mrs. Judgon 3Iutche«i;i; Kewanna llnmamuk- w;j, Mrs. Hoy Null; McKlnctlc: Mrs. JCichard Sheet'/.; McKlnley: Mrti. Hubert Shafcr; Ml. Olive, Mm. Clarence Gulp; New Idea; Mm. Stay Ovurmyw; J'rairie Grove: Mni. Robert Maiitellar;' Wayne Protfraitiivc: Mrs. Robert Thomas; Reiter: Mr«. Olcn Moody; Sow and So: Mrs. Hill llycrline and Mrs. Krrnxl Hiall; TIIK: Mr«. Walter Jordan; ":il": Mr«. Oren I-eedy and Mm. I.. M. Calvert; Tlpiiccnmte River: Mrn. Dale I'ot- w.vin; Welcome Neititiborn: Mrs. Jiilm Kvtirii; What Not: Mrs. Rob- ert Walters; Worth While: Mrs. Philip Dewey and Mrs. Fred Lewis; We-Like-It: Mrs. Melvin Sweany; Neighborly: Mrs. Ruth Bryant, Mrs. Estil Carter and Mrs. Florence Tomkinson. In closing the conference Thurs day, a report on the home economics project in Brazil, South America, between Purdue and the Rural University of Minas Gerais, was given. Admissions to Woodlawn hospital are Mrs. Raymond Hittle, Logansport; Truman Long, Mentone; Mrs. Carolyn Maddox, Winamac; Shirley Padgett, 815 Monroe street; Karen Eshclman, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Garland Eshclman, Logansport; Miss Mary Ault, Macy; Mrs. Carrie Carithers, Fulton; Lora Jones, Rochester; George Wilson, Rochester. Dismissals: William Pickens, Kewanna. Mrs. Loren Newdorff and daughter, Rochester; Mrs. Fred Medbourn, Delphi; Donald Isom, Marion. Mr. and Mrs. Omer Ross have as their weekend Kuest.i, their daughter, Mrs. Clifton Presley, Taft, Cal., ami Dr. and Mrs. Harold ROH.S of Grcencastle. Among Rochester visitors Friday were Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Me- Kall and son, Pal, of ReiiHHelaer; Mr. and Mrs. James Kelley, Remington; and Oapl. and Mr«. Tod Ucattic of Lafayette. Major Krneot Miller and family returned la.it week from a three yeara stay with tho Army in Germany. After completing a visit with hiii mother, Mrs. Jacob Miller and olhor relative^ they will be Hlallonerl in Virginia. Mr. and Mrs. Herman f.'olty and Mr. and Mrs. T. K. Holland spent .Saturday In Michigan City. Mr. and Mm. Karl W.ynn were gurals of their mm ('• K. Wynn and family in Jridiamipolin, recently. While there, they attended the graduation excreiseii for thoir granddaughter, Ilai'litira, whr> graduated from Shorlridf/,e High Kchool, Indianapolis. Mr. und Mr.-i. J. W. Hilo urn! daughter, Janol Sue, and lion, Hilly Joe, of Valjjurnixo, loft tb« latter purl of tin: week for .Simla I'arfonra, California, where they expect to make their future home. Mrs. Hite is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harry McVay, and a sister of Mrs. Carl Overmyer, all of Rochester. The Lincoln Finance Corporation of Kokomo was granted a default of $567.50, in Fulton Circuit court, against Anna Wagner, Route 2, Rochester. With the non-appearance of the defendant in the suit for recovery of a note, the court ordered a foreclosure of mortgage on the defendant's Rochester property. The sheriff was ordered to conduct a sale of Ihe properly and personal belongings lo saliKiy recovery of the note, interest and cost* The Fulton County Clerk's office issued a marriage license Saturday lo Harold H. Inks and •Donna F. Plnntz, both of Plymouth. Five men were In Fulton County jail following their arrests by cily police for public intoxication, and drunken driving, They are T. J. Gilbert, Cleveland; Frank Norris, Rochester; Jume.H Harvey Head Jr., Nashville, Term.; Curtis Lee Stevens, 101 Reno, Oklahoma; and Curlls K. Earl, Loul.s- vllle, Ky. Mr. and Mrn. Jumos Zimmerman and children, accompanied by Michael Hutch «n<J Harriett Bonino are upending a week on Luke Michigan, and Sawyer, Mich. . Cily police are InvcstigHlIng the Ions of a billfold containing $70 In cash and ullps. The lo«s wan reported by Cliarlex Karl, Culver, who stated he slopped to mte the telephone booth at the corner of Main and Ninth slreels around 7 p.m. He Icfl the billfold In tho booth, and found il mlH.iing when he returned about an hour laler. Among Rochesler penmns In Lognn.iport Saturday were Mr. ami Mrn. Hal J. Halntea<J and (laughter, Barbara and Mlm Linda Nix. Mr. and Mrs, Floyd C'hrMmnn have returned froin a vacallon Hpcnt In Phoenix, Arizona. Young America Mrs. Herbert Nelson, 'Mrs. Cr- ton Paters, Miss Mettle Smith, and Mrs. Henry Smith attended the EUB Missionary Conference at Oak Park, June Ji; Miss Mabel Hunter is vacationing with relatives here. Mrs. Nora Keith entertained at her home in Young America at a carry in supper in honor o£ the retiring ladies of her department o£ the H. W. Go&sard Company. The honored guests were Mesdames Lillie Mills, Mildred Kistler, Katherine Wysong, and Ethel Miller. Other guests were, mes- dames Mabel Butts, Esther Willy, Ernestine Shanks, Helen Titus, Mamie Scarpellini, Clela Smith, Agnes Rehwald, 'Hazel Herron, Gertrude Urbin, Dora Spencer, Anna Galloway, Lorena Moyer, Fay Powlen, Clara Miller, Betty Rodkey. Evening guests were Mrs. Mary Kurd, Mrs. Marjorie Johnson, Darlene, Marylin and Billy. Mrs, Leo Adkinson is attending school at Butler University. Mr. and Mrs. Franklin GoK air tended an agency conference of the Universal Life and Accident Insurance Company at Bloomington of which Mr. Goff is a district manager of eleven counties, Mr. Goff was also presented an award j for production during the monlh of March, and has also been one of Ihe lop len agents tar two of the past three months. A group of friends gathered at •the home of Mrs. Joe Powell and organized a bunco club which they have cailed Ihe "Twelvettes", prizes were presented to Mrs. Powell, Mesdamo.9, Betty McCarty, Claude Lybrook, Joella Buettner, Earl Yater. Refreshments were served to Mcsdames Richard Cohee, Belly McCarly, Claude Lybrook, Joella Buellncr, Earl Yaler,' Max Oylcr, Donald Call, HollLi Kealing, Mary gene Robison, Mr. and Mrs. Lee Seward, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Manning Jr. A menu was made for the Lions Club supper and refreshments were served. The Young America Knitting club .met at the home of Mrs. Harry Rea. The door prize was presented to Mrs. Paul Beck. Refreshments were served to Mesdames, Elmer Beck, Mrs. Paul Beck, Mabel Hunter, Eva Bar- tour, Hussell Beck, Dan Beck, Richard Wilson, Allen Carson. The next meeting will be at the home of Mrs. Eugene Robison. The Young America firemen met Tuesday .evening at Ivan Skiles, Plans were made to remodel the Eire building which they have purchased. Larry E. Downham is attending "Hoosier Boys State" at the campus of Indiana University. The Walton Legion is sponsoring him. Larry was one of the outstanding boys in his class. They are studying government and toli- ti'cs. Mrs. Richard Crozier ,the former Miss Shirley Ann Sullivan was guest of honor at a miscellaneous shower held by members of the Young America Baptist church at the . church basement. The brides chosen colors. of blue and white were carried out •the decorations, tables were centered with various colored flowers with th eglft table decorated with njd roses. Contests were enjoyed and prizes were awarded to Miss Belly Sanderson and Mrs. Ralph Downham. The table for the guest of honor was decorated wilh a skillel with blue streamers fastened to a silver basket o( eggs and favors were miniature skillets wilh fondant egga centering them. Refreshments of Ice cream, cup cakes and coffee was served lo tliirly- theme of the school this year was "Pioneers for Christ." Friday's activities included an evangelistic service along with the regular opening exercises. Everyone then went to the Winamae park for a picnic. Mrs. Thomas Voyle of Mishawaka, Indiana, directed the school. Mr. and .Mrs. Herbert Billerbeck and daughters, Gayle Ann and Candy, are moving to Bloomington, where he has entered Indiana University. He will be a student in the Radio and Television school. A son was born June 13, to Mr. and Mrs. John Ringen of Monterey at St. Joseph hospital, Logansport. A-2C Philip Hoffman, stationed at Shaw Air Force Base, N. C., is spending a one day leave in the home o£ his mother, Mrs. Delilah Campbell of the Thornhope vic ity. John Haschell of Winamac underwent surgery Thursday at St. Joseph hospital, Logansport. Earle Shrader of Winamac was taken to Memorial hospital, Logansport, Wednesday, for observation and treatment. Judy Elson and Terry Galbreath Lou Dillman, Sharon Bray, Lor-j eight guests by the committee, alne Wright. The next meeting will I Mesdames, Raymond L. Ruse, Ira Roach, Sam Crlpc, Floyd Stafford and James Moore. Mrs. Prod Henry hus been returned lo Iho home of her pnr- enU after undergoing surgery al Lafayette. bo at the home of Mrs. Richard Cohec. The Missionary socloly of Ihe Cenler EUB church met Tue-sdny evening at the home of Mrs. Arthur Pullen. Mrs. Henry Smil.h nclcd as lesson leader wilh the lesson "The church servos children and youth". "Group .tinging wn.i enjoyed and a playlet". "A commlll/ees view of children arid youth" was givon by Mrs. Max Ucclt, Mrs. Herbert Niil- non, Mr.f. Ilnlcigh Snider, Mra. ISnrl Miller, Mrs. Henry Smith. Tho hostess led Iho group In prayer and devotion* wore given by Ihe lender iwslulod by Mrs. Harry Cohoe, Mi's. Herbert Nelson anil Mr.s. Orion Peters. An oCfcirlnK of $13.1)0 was received. Mrs. Herbert N«lf,on pre.si.ded over lh<> buiinosx' miieling. Tlic Kroup allowed $10 toward new books for the rttadnig cuur.su, and also sonl Iwonly Ilvu dollars lo Iho Mnainrwry convention n-l Oiik J'ni-Ic fnr spiMii-iiI project. Tho next rncolliiK will b« hold on the evening i>t July 2ml, wllh Mrs. Hurry Plunk und Mrs. Knrl M-U1- cr as hoflU.wics. K(5fn-.ihmiMil,s were .wwd to Lwelve mumbcrH and two Tho Trui) JJJuij ulnra rtf t!io Youn^ AmorlcH CunKroKoUonnl ohti-rch mot at Uw> home of Mr. ami M-rs. 0. G. Wilson. Thows at- tcndlnK wore M.r, and M.WI. Ku- NO WONDER THE BIG SWITCH IS TO THE MIGHTY CHRYSLER Most glamoroum coir In A 0«n«r«tlon No other car in ite price class iiers aJi mose advanced ieaiuros! Th» OrwntcM Rid* mi forth) No morn noun clivrai wlim> you iilOfil No morn rock-niiil-roll (in lunwl Chrynlirr'n iTicliiitivnly niiKi'iiaitrml Tornmn-Airfl Itldo ouiiliiiim n riililinr-iiiolnlotl, Imll.jmiil, loniion Imr frinil imjt|>tmnioi> nml t>nt- ri({|((T inoiuitijil ronr »|>riiif(« tit n\vn you n nnw kin.I »f (jniuiid.|iuni;iii({ rlilol TorquvNIt*—SlmpliMT, Mo it Agll* Tranitnlulon lv»r Built) No olil- fcuililofxttl Jornrl Jfwl toiiftfi n button on iJm (niifn) litfi. nliln nf llin <l«»li . . : Ttiri|u<iK)ila ilon« Hin rimt.l F«m«nl. ui'i'rl.-niiiiiti in iln tinim, jilnn ii fuol noiniiHiiyl .Slnnilnnl on (Jlirynlnr SnritLiiKH nml Nnw Viirlmr. Hlfllioit R*>oU Vnlun at any Car In Iti l"rle» Clan) And lln'it rmwiril rnmiln vulun in mill «nln)( tiji! I'nlilii! liriiiiinil i« wjint ilnn» ill Thin liijfh >-<:nn]n vnlim r«floctii Qirynlnr'n nilvoinwil ntylinj.; uiul nii|(innnriii|;. YDK «i!l inoro for yaaf inanity wltmi you liuy n Clirynlnr . . . inorfl wiion you nail il, lool Hendrickson Motor Sales, Inc., 411-423 S. Third, Phone 5151 Winamac Mrs. Susn Weaver escaped Injury Friday evoninn wlicn she lost control of her 1957 car on an S curve two miles north »f Wlnnmnc on Slnlc lil«liwny .IS. The cnr Hlruck n road sign damuKlni: the right front foiulcr. hamper and huadHghl.. She nppcnrod in Justice of UK; I'cnce Dulburt liebo's court Salurdny morning and wns fined $!i imd costs on n reckless driving chnrgo filed by l.he InveKtlgnlIng officer, Sheriff Jinlph OuJbrciith. Viicntlon Bible School closed l^rl- day nl. the Wlnnmnc Church of the Nnzurene, with an »vor nil enrollment of sixty and an average ut- of fifty two. Tho closing program wan held Thurnday nlj<lil, wilh all the children giving memorized Bcrlpliirc! und exerplH from dully routine. Thn older KronpK lenrnod nil fl | x |.y nix bookn of Ihe Dlblo In BOMJJ, A display of handwork followed. Tho WHISKEY? The only thing you'll like better than PMs quality. Is PIVI price I NATIONAL DISTILUItS PRODUCTS CO., NEW YORK, BLENDED WIIISXnY. 8G PROOP. G5X GRAIN NEUTRAL SPIRITS Logansport, Indiana, Pharos-Tribune Flvt went to Kokomo Saturday to spend a week in the home of Judy's father, Obie Elson. Mr. and Mrs. George Watrous and son, Tom, and Max and Keith Jones spent Saturday in Chicago. Mr. and Mrs. H, C. Billerbeck entertained at a family dinner in honor of Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Billerbeck Sunday. Guests were Mr. and Mrs. Robert Scott and son, Robert, o£ Kewanna, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Mallot of Winamac, Gayle Ann and Candy Billerbeck. Read the Classified Ads Real Fires. Keep Firemen From Practice GRAND RAPIDS, Mich. - A house burned while firemen extinguished five grass fires, and Chief Cornelius Adena admitted he was somewhat disappointed. Volunteers had just set fire to the house to practice fire-fighting techniques when the grass blazs reports • started to come in. Firemen left the burning home, and when they returned found only smoking embers. Adema said he had hoped to save the dwelling for at least two more practice sessions before letting It burn to the ground. Mohlman Wedding ring *ett in which all empharf* !* upon ehe gems tfienucjm. Mounted so that the lip« arc hardly ditcernJW* they display a wcnderfel trMfomw. Price* fwdiKl* FWfenrf tan Charge or budget IHustration ftifJiltf *n/»rs*rf USE MOHLMAN'S BUDGET PLAN Pay Weekly—Take a Year to Pay MOHLMAN& owmrr The National Bank On The Level! You can be sure when you do business or The National Bank that we do our LEVEL BEST to provide the kind of banking service that is best for you .. . along with courteous personal attention to your banking needs. Come in and do all your banking here. NATIONAL BANK Broadway ot Fourth phon)) 4nr The Interest We Pay on Savings Is the Highest Paid by Any INSURED BANK in Indiana and it's GUARANTEED! M*mb«r F*d»ra! Dvpotll iniuranc* Corp.

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