Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on June 18, 1957 · Page 3
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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 3

Logansport, Indiana
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Tuesday, June 18, 1957
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Tuesday Evening, June 18, 1957. Will Present BSA Charter 4-H News The Sunmaidens 4-H club held i meeting featurin, onstration contest. Giving demonstrations A presentation of the 1957-1958 Scout charter, and installation and ,. , . . ,. , , .._ instruction of adult leaders will a _ mce f! n ? f A a -. U -" ng the highlight the June meeting of the Onward Grange, which is to be held at the Grange Hall at 8 o'clock p.m. June 20. Presentation of the charter will be made by J. W. Wagner, chairman of the Central District organ- Cheryf Reid, Pamala were: Eikelberner, Edith Gordon, Carol Wilburn, Maurine McKaig, and Donna March. Winners were Donna March and ization and extension committee of the Three Rivers Council, Boy Scouts of America. The adult leaders to be installed are Joe Pownell, institutional representative, who will serve as lia- Maurine McKaig who will participate -in the Junior Demonstration contest June 19th at Washington township school. The next meeting will be held June 26 at the Wheatland avenue ison officer between the Scouts", «*««*• refreshments were served, and Grange, and the local council meetings; Orval Garber, who, as advancement man, will assist in checking on the advancement made by Scouts and Explorers in rank and with regard to merit badges; Rayond Reed, troop chairman; and Hazen (Jack; Williams, post chairman, both of whom oversee the activities of the Scouts and Explorers. They will be charged with the responsibility of seeing to proper equipment, leadership and other needs. They will also maintain adheranco to the programs and policies of the Council. Other appointments will include Gerald Clem, troop ocildoorsman and Lowell R. Wilson, post oul- doorsman, both of whom will aid in scouting activities which take place away from Grange Hall, such as hikes, camping trips and oulings; Donald Lake, troop treas- The Yankee Maidens 4-H club held their meeting Wednesday at 7:30 p.m. at the Deacon school with Linda Shawver leading in pledge to the flag. Favorite sports were named in answer to roll call preceding a report by the secretary, Ellen Wilson. Barbara Lybrook led in group singing preceding a special number by Pam Shawver. Dutie Simpson favored with a piano selection. Ruthie Smith gave the health and safety report. Demonstrations were presented by Sue Swovcrland, on banana bread; Patty Kricse on arts ant crafts; Carol Wi'.son on how to rneysure brown sugar and Linda Henry on carmel dumplings. Baking record books were checked by the junior and adult leaders and the meeting closed with serv- The All-American Girls 4-H club of Washington 'township, Carroll county, met Wednesday in the Deer Creek school building with vice- president, Barbara Johnson, presiding. Flag pledges were led by Linda i Dillon and June Wallace. Group previous respon- |sinf , ing was in c h ar ge of Bonnie cibililies, eitner as commilteamen] [j e( .|; The clothing record books will be checked at the next meeting. urer, and Norman Little, post| jng of refres hmenls. treasurer, who will maintain the financial status of the program; Carl J. Wilson, Scoutmaster, who •will have as his assistants and advisors the troop committeemen; Carl Closer, Explorer's advisor, and Gordon M. Little, assistant Explorer's advisor, both of whom •will be assisted by the post com- ditteemen. All the leaders save Clem and] Closer have had Loaansport, Indiana, Pharos-Tribune Thre» or officers. To make room for younger boys. Twenty-four members and one adult leader answered roll call by and to bring promotion to ]2 .Scouts naming a "favorite mannerism." •who are currently eligible, the On-1 Lois Ann Sidenbcndcr road the ward Explorer's post is to be re-'minutes of the last, meeting, formed sometime in August. Koi-j Sandra Sue Sidcnbondor gave a lowing the inception fit the new'Health and Safety report, post, the Onward troop will bei iiarixira Johnson was in charge made up of boys from 11 to 13.of the business meeting. Recrea- years, and the post will be man-(tioii followed judging and the meet- red by Explorers Scouts, ranging ing was adjourned, in age from M to 111. In other business at the Grange meeting, the lecturer's program is to be presented by the Deacon Orange. This month being dairy month, milk will be served with refreshments. The refreshment committee consists of Mr. and Mrs. Orva! Gurber, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Glass-;untay night burn, Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Grant,; rules. Pilot Is Arrested For "Reckless Flying" INDIANAPOLIS (UP) — Ronald Cook. Detroit, Mich., was appear in Municipal Court here today on charges that he "bu/xed" a friend's home Satin violation of CAA Virginia Spencer, end Jerry Little. Douglas Lake Carrie Gust Estate Estimated at $9,500 The estate of the late Mrs. Car- died June !), was rie Gust, who estimated at and $1,000 in pi •when it was opened in State police said they received several calls from Indianapolis residents complaining that a plane was flying dangerously low over the ciiy. Cook was arrested as lie landed his plane at an airport on the edge of the city. lie was released on $500 bond $(1.500 in real c.s!.a!C| pending lii.s court appoint! in personal property "reckless flying" charges, tho C'as; circuit court Monday wilh the appointment of her sons. Harry and Raymond, a.s co-adnii/iistrators, The sons were named as the only heirs. Landis and Michael are the attorneys for the estate. New Ambrosia—drained canned mandarin orange sections with sliced bananas and moist thinly threddc<l coconut. ntmont on Indianapolis authorities said it was the first time within memory cited for that a person had such a violation. U'.oir been MKl.TIMf! HOT BIRMINGHAM, England ([;P)— It was .so hot today that 1,0(1(1 em- ployes of the Cadhury Brother!) chocolate factory were sen! home because the chocolate wouldn't harden. Jgfllnstant Folgers Coffee WEDNESDAY MORNING ONLY LARGE 59c MWT1-STR5PE TOWELS Thick, fhrisry Nirry that wit! dry you In iircondj, In a dazzling army or decorator color ilripoi, BEAUTIFUL NEW DRAW DRAPES Beautiful now Ririp'o Toxlurod bark blond print! and plain colon. All first quality, made fo tot) for 4.99, Florals and modem 1 patterns. 69c PKG. FOAM RUBBER SKREDDIES Waihciblo — Non-allorgonic—moth resistant — soft, and resilient. 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