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two Logansport, Indiana, Pharos-Tribune DELPHI— Carroll Tax Check Higher County Auditor Hoy Musselman has received the county's third quarter share of the Indiana State Gas Tax.. The check was for. $76,299.79. The check received for the same • quarter last year was for only $52,025.35. The highway department will use the money. Alta Ward has been granted « divorce from Marvin V. Ward in Carroll Circuit court. Linda L. Nape has filed suit for divorce against Jack Lee Nape. She charges cruel and inhuman treatment' and asks alimony in the sum of ¥1,000 and money for medical care for her and an unborn child. Miranda and Betsy Finnegan won prizes in different catagories at the huge Brookston Hallowe'en party and parade Thursday night. Miranda won first prize as a gypsy and Betsy won third prize dressed as an Indian. They are the daughters of Mrs. Rosemary Finnegan, port. formerly of Logans- MISTER BREGER "The new models come equipped to save you the trouble of keeping your OWN. arm up like that. . ." on Sunday, Oct. 27. Mr. and Mrs. Myron Iras entertained the Oracle Club Monday Law enforcement officers are j night. Mrs. Edgar F. Stunte, Investigating vandalism at Flora Thursday night when the tubing •which led to the oil furnace in the office of Bishop & Bishop was cut and 100 gallons o£ oil leaked into the street. Miss Mary Nell Godwin, home economics teacher in the Delphi schools, attended the ninth annual conference for supervisory teachers -in home economics at Purdue University Friday and Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. V. D. Eider Jr., of California, formerly of Flora, are the parents of a daughter, Leslie Ann, born Oct. 24. Bethel Flora has purchased the Lottie Hunt property in Jackson township from the Hunt estate. The property brought $5,250. spoke on "Friends of The Library" onganizations through out the country and gave an interesting history of the Delphi Carnege library since it was built in 1©05. Mr. and Mrs. .Joseph T. Ives were guests. Mr. Ives is a member of the local board. Mr. and Mrs. George Obear wfll entertain the club. Nov. 11. 'H. B. Kahle of west of Delphi was taken to St. Elizabeth hospital in the Jackson ambulance. There will be a county-wide corn gleaning by youth of the county on Saturday afternoon. Nov. 9, from l-00-vlo 4:30 o'clock. This is; the fifth annual gleaning of corn ar.d all youth of the county are invited to come. Proceeds from sale of corn will be given to OH0P for Bill Roach, son of Mr. and fee ding hungry people. The meeting Mrs. Harry Roach of Delphi, and P^ce this_year will be at the Floia •D;^,,A !?„„«„»„„„. c™ Zt T.™i= Presbyterian church. Wagons, Richard Funkhouser, son of Lewis Funkhouser of Rockfield, left Saturday for Ft. Leonard Wood, Mo., for active duty with the' "U. S. Army under the Army's reserve forces training act.' ' Lt. Col. Wayne Rhodes, director of the State Selective Service System, will be present when the new Carroll County Selective Service Board meets Tuesday night, Nov. 5. Jack Grimm, president of the board has called upon Col. Rhodes to explain all acts which caused the resignation of a previous draft board. Mr. and Mrs. William Politz and daughter, Toni, are at Rochester, Minn., where Toni entered the Mayo Clinic. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Spry left Tuesday for their new winter home at Punta Gorda, Fla. Word has been received here of the death of Stella Brookbank Meyer, wife of John F. Meyer. She was a former Delphi desi- dent.. Her death occurred at her home in Wheaton, 111., on October 29. Harry tendent Burial was made' there. Hatton, of the county su'perin- Carroll County schools dissussed the progress of the consolidation of th« schools in Carroll countjy at the Rotary Club luncheon meeting Tuesday noon.. He said that the approximately 51,500,000 in business was done by the schools each year. Forrest Orr in'rodueed the speaker. Mr. and Mrs. John Sanderson of West Front Street announce the engagement of their daughter, Virginia to Thomas Smith, son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Graham of North Ohio, Street, Delphi. Miss Sanderson is studying as a labratory technician at St. Elizabeth hospital after two years study at Purdue University. Mr. Smith is Administrative Supply Technician with the local unit ot the National Guard. Both are graduates of the Delphi high school. No date has been set for the wedding. Maggie Stewart 89, of Burrows who fell at her home was taken to Memorial hospital for x-ray examination and treatment. Mrs. Carl Million of route 3, Delphi has been named Oheer Club member for the Week by the Delphi Lions Club. Mrs. Million was injured in an automobile accident on July 24, this year and has been confined to a hospital since until her dismissal this week. The Gamma Gamma Nu sorority will meet at the REMC auditorium on November 6, at 7:30 p.m. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Bradshaw have received an announcement of the birth of a daughter to their son Lt. and Mrs. Arthur Bradshaw on Oct. 19, at Bitburg, Germany where Lt. Bradshaw is stationed with the Air Force. The little Miss who weighed 6V4 pounds has been named Christine Ann. Mr. and Mrs. August Sheets of Cokey are the parents of a daughter born at St. Elizabeth hospital XOTICK OP I'unr.ic Notice is hereby, Riven that GMAC will sell a 1952 Ponllac Motor P8WH37851 Serial Same at Public Auction on November 13, 1057 at 10:30 -- - - meyer Motor Imliftrui. Presby 1 tractors and transportation to and from fields will be provided. There will be light refreshments at the close. Anyone having fields should contact one of the following: Virginia Fisher, phone 911-Blue, Delphi; Bonnie Shriner, Burlington phone; or Lois Downham, Deer Creek 2650. Several adults are needed. Galvesfon Movers of World War Two, Inc., met at the home of Mrs. Florence Weaver recently. The meeting opened with the pledge to the flag and prayer by the chaplain. Tlic charter was draped in memory 'of the late Mrs. Leona Cree. Those attending were Mesdames Gladys Walker, Mae Kile, Flossie Ault, Eva Scott, Golda Fickle, Eva Oldfather, Gertrude Countryman and Madge Dutchess. the women pital, South Bend. Mrs. Jesse Sims and son Leon spent Thursday in Logansport. bank, California, are hore this week visiitng his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Orville Aldridge. Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Rude and sons and Mrs. Bertha Jump were dinner guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Zeiders of Star' City. Mr. and Mrs. Dean Carr and daughter of Logansport were guests here Friday evening of Mr. and Mrs. Jonas Brown and family. On Sunday, Mr. and Mrs, Osa' W'hipple, o£ Winamac, were visitors in the Brown home. Mrs. Jonas Brown and sons, Jimmy and Jonas called on Mrs. Carl Carr near Lake Bruce Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Ginn, Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Ginn and family and Richard Carlson were dinner guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. Mace Kahler and daughter, at Fulton. The dinner was ir. 1 honor of Richard Carlson's birthday anniversary. Everett Jester attended the Teachers Institute at Fort Wayne over the weekend and was the .guest of Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Kenney. Mr. Kenney brought Mr. Jester home Saturday and remained here overnight with his mother, Mrs. Ada Keeney. Twelve Mile The Bethlehem Methodist Worn- Mr, and Mrs. Fletcher Strong en's Society of Christian .Service left Friday morning for Texas to spend the winter. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Cooper have moved to South Bend. E. 0. Byrd returned home Wednesday from South Bend after visiting several days with George Byrd and family. Mrs. Robert Flora was hostess to a toy party given Friday evening at the home of Mrs. Russell Flora. Joe Boetsma suffered a heart attack on Monday and .was taken will meet Tuesday evening, November 12, instead of the regular date. The meeting will be at 7:30 at the home of Mrs. Margaret Johnson. Her assistants will be Lavonne Young and Frances Ulerick. Carol Wilson and Opal Champ will be in charge of the program. Corinth Women's Missionary Society . will meet Wednesday evening, November 6 with. Mrs. Gail Morrow, , She will be assisted by Ethel Loutharin and to the South Bend Osteopathic hos-i Carolyn Conrad. Dorothy Conrad pital. His condition was reported improving. Louis Listenbeirger spent a few days in Detroit, Michigan. Mrs. H. R. Shoemaker of Tucson, Arizona, was a guest of Mr. and Mrs. Don Weiriok and Jim. Mrs. Clark Ferrier is recovering from a broken rib and foot. Mrs. Chester Easterday of Logansport has been spending a few days with her. Mrs. LUlie Buswell of South Bend spent a few days with the John Buswell family. will be leader. The theme will Kewanna Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Seidel of here and Mrs. Maurice Nelson of Culver left by plane from Los Angeles, California, Thursday for a vacation in Hawaii. Mrs. John Huntington and son of New Britain, Connecticut, are here visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs, Warren Gillespie. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Collins atd family of Cherry Point, North Carolina, were called here because of the serious accident resulting in injury to the. former's father, Clyde CfoBins, who is in a Hammond hospital. Mr. Collins was visiting at the home of his daughter, spent the afternoon sewing quilts j^ clarence Biesen, in Highland^ for Fort Benjamin Harrison. G. W, McCoy was -honored on his 87th birthday by Mr. and Mrs. Frederick McCoy and son, James. Others present at the dinner were Mr. and Mrs. Robert McCoy and family, Kokomo; Mr. and Mrs. Ivan McCoy, Mrs. Elizabeth Harvey, Mr. and Mrs. A. McCoy and son. The Jolly Dozen club was entertained at the home of Mrs. Esther Klepi'er, with Mrs. Alta Ammcr- man assisting. Following a short business meeting, contests w«re held and each member received a prize. Those present were Mes- dame.'S Mary Graham, Blanche Munson, Evalene Shelley, Nell Jordan, Carmen Hendrickson, Ruth McDonald and Valtie Couk.. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Streeter visited their daughter and son-in-law, Mr. £nd Mrs. Vern Button of South Bend recently. Christie and Tommie Waite of Logansport accompanied them. Judy Robertson, president of Hie Galveston Sunshine Society, attended the 25th annual Sunshine convention of District Five at 1he Northwestern high school recently. Indiana, when the accident happened. He was struck by a hit and run driver while walking across a street. He is in critical condition, suffering from a punctured bladder and broken leg besides extensive cuts and bruises. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Blausser left Tuesday morning for Florida where they will spend the winter. Miss Patricia Kumler of Indianapolis spent the weekend here with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Dean Kumler. The Kumler family and George Hoover motored to Chicago Sunday to spend the day. Miss Sharon Corbett was a guest over the weekend at the Clifford Moody home in Winamac. Mr.'and'Mrs. Harry Taylor and sons of New Augusta, Indiana, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Henning and Mrs. Elnora Kimble were dinner guests Sunday of Mrs. Effie Hialt. The Misses Karen Metzger and Pat Hendricks of Rochester spent the weekend iere with the former's grandparents, Mr, arid Mrs. D. W. Metzger; • James Aldridge and son of Bur- Miss A. M. at Grusen- Ralca, L,oj?a.nsport, NOTICE OP ADMINISTRATION STATE OP INDIANA ) ) SS. COUNTY OF CASK ) l.V THK CASS CIRCUIT COURT SKPTKMBER TERM, 1557 'Notice Is hereby K'.ven that alary I.. Pitman was on Iflt day of November 1957, appointed Executrix of thp Last Will and Testament oE Edward H. Pitman, deceased. All persons JiavJnff claims against said estate, whether or not no\v due,, must file the same In said court within alx (6) months from the date of the first publication of this notice or said claim? u'Hl he forever barred. Dated at Lofransport, Indiana, this 1st day of November, 1957. Elizabeth Bleker Cleric of the Circuit Court for Cass County. Indiana Miller. Bnbcock & Tolbert Attorney for Estate 4—11-18 Culver Joyce, Lett and David Smith were Married October 23 at the Hibbard church. The Sunbeam class 1 of the E1JB church held a masquerade party Saturday evening at the home of the teacher, Mrs. Jessie Sims. The -Wesley class of the Methodist ' church. met Thursday evening at the home of Rev. tend Mrs. Kendall Sands. The annual Halloween' parade sponsored by the Lions club vcas held October 31. A birthday party was • staged Saturday afternoon at the . home of Mr. and Mrs. Roy Fritz to celebrate the sixth birthday oE their son Ross. Guests were entertained with games and refreshment. Twenty-five members .and one •guest were present for. the regu lar meeting of the Maxirikuckee Women's club Monday evening at the Fellowship hall of the Methodist church. The Joy class of the EUB church met Monday evening in the so- cial'rooms of the church with'.Mr. and Mrs. George Warner as host and hostess. Mrs. W. 0. Osborn, who is patient at Woodlawn hospital, Rochester, is reported improving. A daughter was born to Mr. aixj •Mrs. Joe Boetsma Tuesday, October 29, at the South Bend Osteo- pathie hospital. Mrs. Clarence Seese underwent major surgery on her spine Tuesday afterno'on at Memorial hospital in South Bend. Earl Foreman is reported satisfactory condition after s;ur- gerj- last week at St. Joseph 'hos- Okr£>$MEU& True Life Adventures SAFETV VALVES. { QalKE ©RIM SENTINlEL-e, ''>' THE VOLCANOES OF THE WOKUD sTA-sic 1 KEAW TO - tsrvs. T=J=nsm VENT TO THE PRESSURES THA.T BUIL.P UP BEL.OW. THERE APE gsoo KSIOWN 8O OF THESE EOOO November 14. Student attendance here has resumed it's normal level, with some illness now among instructors. The local fire department answered a call Monday to the Robert Williamson tenant farm where a residence burned. Farm Bureau and the 4-H Club members met at Memorial Hall, Wednesday evening, received their pins 4-H from Boys Tom Gilliatt and the girls from Mrs. Dean Moss. A film of their 4-H tour was shown. A demonstration of the use of the resusitator and be "The Church In the World use of various kinds of fire ex- Today." E. U. B. Ladies Aid will meet Friday afternoon, November 8 at 2:00 instead of the regular date. Mrs. Divola Smith, hostess will be assisted by Mrs. Clara Hinkle and Catherine Skinner. Velma Hopkins' will be devotional lead- r. Skinner Church Ladies Aid will observe Family Night at the church, Thursday evening, November 7 A carry-in supper will be served at 6:00 to be followed by a short business session and a miscellaneous auction. Mrs. Dorothea Smith will be hostess and Florence Hileman will be devotional leader. Roll call will be answered with Bibl« verses. Everyone is invited to attend. The young people of the five local churches will meet at Memorial Hall, Saturday evening, November 2. County Homa Demonstration Achievement Day will be Thursday, November 7 at American Legion Home in Logansport. Lioness Club will meet Tuesday evening, November 8 at Memorial Hall. The first basketball game of the season with Fulton, Friday evening will be followed by games with Deer Creek, November 6 and New Waverly, November 8, here. Sunshine Club initiation will be held Monday evening, November 4 at 7:30 at the E. U. B. Church. The junior class play will be presented, Wednesday, November 13. Senior Guidance Day will be ;tinguishers was given by Orel Swank, Floyd Green and Ciifton Skinner of the local fire depart- of commerce, died Saturday. ment. Gus Tias, County Agricul- ; store buying concern head who at- ture Agent was a guest. Re- tempted to form a world chamber freshments of pie and coffee were served. Officers will be elected at the November meet- ng which will also be the annual oyster supper. Dale F. Dewitt at Fort Leonard Wood FORT BENJAMIN HARBISON INDIANA, October 25 — A Logansport Army Reserve member wi!3 arrive at Fort Leonard Wood, Mo., on Nov. 3, to begin six montihs ol active duty training under 'the Reserve (Forces Act of 1955. He is Dale F. Dewitt, Rural Route 5, of Battery A, 414th Ant* aircraft Artillery Battalion. Upon completion of his active- duty stint, the reservist will return to Logansport to complete his military obligation with his Reserve unit. Monday Evening, November 4, 19S7. 409-415 I. BROADWAY DIAL 416* Progressively Niw Sine* 1882 to look your best at home or away.. MiAMARONECK.'N. Y.' — Leonard W. Fellows, 82, department the Royal Center "Miracle in Manhattan", documentary filming of Billy Graham's New York crusade, wiU have a premiere showing at Royal Center high school auditorium on Sunday, Nov. 10 at 7:30 p.m. Danny King, son of Mr. and Mrs.'J. B. King, is now employed as a forrester with the International Paper company at Springfield, La. The marriage of Miss Yvouna Arlene Sherman and Allen Williams took place Sunday at the EUB church. ninth annual conference for supervisory teachers in home economics which was held in the Memorial Union Friday and Saturday. Mrs. Gilbert McCombs is improving from pneumonia. John B. Henshaw is ill with influenza. 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