Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on June 19, 1957 · Page 11
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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 11

Logansport, Indiana
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Wednesday, June 19, 1957
Page 11
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.Wednesday Evening, June 19, 1937. Modern-Day Pilgrims Cash !n on Landing PLYMOUTH, Mass. 'UP) - Appropriated $50,000 for the official group of modern-day Pilgrims off j greeting of the Mayflower, the Mayflower II were out today to j The crew unloaded 92 "Treasure reap a dollar harvest in the land| Ch . ests '" y al "frd at $200,000, for their forefathers helped settle 337 tn^'"'^,.... 0 , va 'r"!u S Amer ' cal ] years a"b points. Contents of the chests and «;UM °,L n-i • r ,,.,„ , Packing boxes, which weighed an While the Pilgrims of Ib20 of- average of 400 pounds, ranged fered thanksgiving for the freedom |f rom snuff lins and loi]et to . and bountiful country they dis-1 expensive wearin" apparel and covered here, their 1957 counter- j choice liquors. Also included were parts indicated one of their main JMayflower II construction chips interests was lo gather an abun-1 which will be marketed motion. He -said a portion of the money would be used to establish a trust for maintenance of the ship , and another sum for setting up [scholarships for Anglo-American students. The Mayflower II will return here in the fall »o nobody knows when Ihe harvest will end. '" e l There were empty snuff boxes ne-v wuuu. j for a New York store: booths for The 92-foot Pilgrim ship reolical Belleamp, Md.: toilet soap for began picking up Bnti?, 1 ! coin from: Colgate-Palmolive Co.; briar pipes (he moment her keel was laid last,for Newlay Store here- tea and year in England She was earning .blankets for Jordan Marsh in Bos- American dollars oeforc the end of: ton: microscopes and scientific the 53-day trans-Atlantic journey .equipment for Rike-Kurn.'er s'.ore " ere ' in Oaylon. Ohio, magnesium and Originally billed as a token to powder compounds for Philadel- more firmly weld Anglo-American .phia, etc., etc. relations the project appeared in- 1 Aflcl . completing her lemporarv croasmgly more commercial in na- n . f | ay stay here- thc May n owc ,. jr ture. It was hailed as a master- m , ;vcs lo ,\ ew York where a per- piece of promotion by its co-. son wi )| nave tt) pay $ , 25 tn view sponsor, Warwick Chariton of I.on-: ; t from specia | t -alwa!ks. No one aon - :will be allowed aboard. As a starter, he .sold exclusive The ship will be making more magazine publication rights to a ; -nor.ey along the way to New York large-c-irculation national firm'for stops are planned at Newport, 'Lifei for an undisclosed sum. He! Ft.I., and Bridgeport, Conn., and said an agreement was reached ' possibly another CoiinecHeut' port, with another publishing house forj Charllnn disclosed that Projcct Uie book rights. ; Mayflower Ud., the British owners Carries "Treasure Chests" '• wi " receive 20 per cent of the Some 10.000 persons, paid $2 • KroKS rccc 'P : ^ firanered by the pro-. <>ach to watch the ship and crew re-enact the original Pilgrim land-. ing here when the Mayflower [f.' arrived here last Thursday. Esti- ! mates of ihe weekend throng. '. which paid slightly inflated prices here, ran to 100,(100. j The stale of Massachusetts Star City William Cooper will be at the Prairie States Christian Church youth camp near Watseka, 111., this week as recreational director. Attending senior week there are Carolyn Rude, Laura Faye Elston, Judy Dewill, and JeaneUe Craig. Father's Day was observed at the Christian church Sunday with honors going to Ora Graver, the oldest father, to Ed Bellinger, the most sons, and to Jack Heintz, the younges.'. father. Supper Club was entertained Sunday night in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Dale Fabler near Winamac. Visioners class of the Christian Church Jisld their regular bu.sine.ss and social meeting at l.he church Tuesday evening. Plans are being made for the first Area Men's Fellowship meeting of Ihe Christian Church July 29 at Mcdaryville. Members of the Christian Church Auxiliary will bold their regular meeting Thursday, June 27, at the Rea Park in Royal Center. A basket dinner will be held at the noon hour with the business meeting to follow. Mrs. Russell Batty will make transportation, arrangements, Mrs. Dwight Surber, Mrs. Fred Cords, and Mrs. Mae Blinn will attend Ihe workshop at Butler university in Indianapolis this week. A daughter, Victoria Leann was born June 12 at Fairview hospital to Mr. and Mrs. Victor Day of Koonlz Lake. The Days are formerly of Star City. Mrs. Barbara Waddups returned home last Thursday from the St. Joseph hospital in Logansport where she submitted to surgery a week earlier. Mrs. Hannah Poenix returned riome Saturday from Ihe Woodlawn lospital at Rochester where she lad been for Ihe past Iwo weeks 'or surgery of her right arm which she fraclured. ap- WADING POOLS from $2.98 SPORTLAND 515 Broadway Ph. 2310 Cut Your Gasoline Bill In Half We have the cleanest- Nash Statesman in town. Powlen Sales & Serv. Broadway At Third Buying Reveals Secret Longings CHICAGO — When a woman "picks up a little something" in' the store she is not just buying something she needs, she is revealing her emotions, her desires, her social longings. This is what Dr. Ernest Dichter says in a report on his study of shopping habits conducted for the Paraffined Carton Research Council. Package selection allows the customer "to express her own image of herself," Dr. Dichter said. In interviews with consumers, the study group learned that most consumers have a natural desire to achieve higher status. This desire exerts a powerful influence on packaging preferences. And this appeal to emotional and psychological needs is being recognized by package designers in creating containers. One consumer, when asked about a perfume purchase, told| her interviewers, "The box -is so, good-looking and the bottle is so] swanky, you'd think it cost twenty dollars an ounce." ' Extensive research, said Dichter, has shown that "status" is but one of six standards that buy- 1 Logansport, Indiana, Pbaros-Tribuno Eleven ers themselves have set up in j GRADUATES 119 STUDENTS judging packages. The other five: convenience in carrying, adaptability to storage, security that the product inside is o£ quality, dependability -of the manufacturer, and aesthetic satisfaction in the visual appeal of the package. ANDERSdN, Ind. (UP)—Anderson College presented degrees (o 119 students Monday night in Uie last of a series of May and June commencements at Indiana colleges and universities. Indiana Methodist Bishop Richard C. Raines was the commencc- 'ment speaker. WHILE THEY LAST! Special Purchase Cotton Sun Dresses Reff. $2.9S Value Sixes 12-20 2nd Floor — Budget Dresses KRESGE'S LUCKY BASKET DAYS Thursday-Friday & Saturday Shop Kresge's With a Basket or Cart. Make your shopping easier and you may have the Lucky Basket. \ Holder of the Lucky Basket or Cart will receive a Gift! The lucky numbered basket or cart will be announced over the public address system at different times of the- three days. Nothing to buy in order to participate. 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