Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on December 20, 1957 · Page 23
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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 23

Logansport, Indiana
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Friday, December 20, 1957
Page 23
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PURUCHIBRARV Friday Evening, December 20, 1957. Camden The Luther League will present a candlelight worship service at the Lutheran church on Christmas Eve a* 7 o'clock. Mrs Carl Dittman has been dismissed form St. Joseph Hospital, Logansport. A "Family Night Christmas Program" was held at the Baptist church Sunday evening. A playlet, 'Christmas Spirit, Lost boys Lowe and girls sang, gave a reading, Question Two Boys About Local Crime Prosecutor George Babcock was scheduled to take statements Thursday afternoon from Gilbert Moon, 18, of Kokomo, and a 16- year-old West Lafayette boy, who were returned here Wednesday for the attempted burglary of the John James service station Tuesday morning. The boys admitted the attempted turglary, according to Sheriff 0. R. Carson and Trooper H. E. Flinn, : dro, Calif. They were accom-; lows, who brought them here from West'.panied to the airport by Mr. and Superintendent, Gerald Seiber and Found", was presented by members of the Dorcas Society. Mrs. Edith Patty led devotions. Primary Elizabeth "The Littliest Angle". There was group singing of carols by the junior class, and a prayer by Ross Wagoner. Senior members of the BFY sang carols. Santa treated. Mrs. Flora Turner, who has been I ill, is now at the Good Will Nursing Home. Deaths in News By UNITED PRESS NEW YORK — Walter Frieling, 72, an architect of international reputation, died Thursday at his home in the Bronx after a short illness. son-in-law and daughter, Dr. anfl| New officers of the _.— Mrs. Carl Lundstrom at San Lean-1 Church Sunday School are as fol- Lafayette after they were taken into custody there by'police. The younger boy also admitted several burglaries in West Lafayette, the officers reported. Moon was not with him on these crimes. They denied any connection with the Spiegel burglary and the Mar- Jo-Wood motel robbery. WINAMAC— Delta Sigma Tau club was entertained at the home of Mrs. James Dilts, Jr., Tuesday evening. Assisting the hostess was Mrs. Richard Diits and Mrs. Thomas Fagan. Mrs. Ralph Bishop was in charge of the Christmas program and there was an exchange of gifts. Invited guests were Mrs. Newton Shank and Mrs. E. C. Gorrell. The Rev. and Mrs. Martin Pape entertained recently at a dinner snd get-together for pastors of Lutheran churches at Knox, North Judson, Lacrosse, Hamlet, Westfield and Michigan City, and their wives. Mrs. Amelia Paulsen reached home Saturday after spending three weeks in the home of her son and daughter-in-law Mr. and Mrs. Fred Paulsen and children at Riverside. Calif. John Kroft has returned to his home after spending three weeks at Levittown, Pa. with his son- in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Howard Dufendach. Richard Hood, son of Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Hood fell while at play in the yard of his home Sunday evening and broke his left arm above the wrist. He was taken to the office of Dr. William Thompson where the arm was placed in Mrs. Walter Lange. A group of friends were entertained at an informal gathering in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Hood, after church Sunday eve- ring. Mr. and Mrs. William Hall were Sunday guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. D. L. Boiler of Monon; other guests' were Mr. and Mrs. Stace Bonnell of Headlee. The Chi Rho. intermediate group of the Christian church will have a chili supper at the church Thursday, Dec. 9 at 6:30 p. m, and will go caroling afterwards. A group of thirty-two children and adults of the Winamac Metho- disl church were at the Children's Home at Lebanon recently and took toys the children had brought. The Rev, and Mrs. Richard Berkey entertained the members of the chorus »: "The Messiah" in their home Tuesday evening following the final performance. Lewis Hood served as master of ceremonies and humorous awards were made to the Rev. Barton Fletcher and various members of the cast. Mrs. Gladys Miller of Logansport spent Monday to Wednesday in the home of her mother Mrs. Mary Parish. ' The Lambda Phi club met Tuesday evening at the home of Mrs. Jeanne Neer for a Christmas party and exchange at which time secret pals were revealed. Assisting the hostess were Mrs. Mar- iiyn Fritz and Mrs. Bonnie Hill. The Christmas Poem was read t>y Mrs. Phyllis Gardner. Pfc. and Mrs. Joseph Malia, of Ft. Benning, Ga. arrived Saturday to spend a 4 day leave in the home assitant superintendent, Joy Edging; secretary, Herbert Frye; treasure, Lowell Edging, Herbert Frye has been appointed secretary and treasure of the church. Trustees are Ellis Kuszmaul, Ira Fultz, Wayne Edging, Junior Beauer, Wmfery Lloyd and John Wise, chairman. Dinner guest Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Rohrabaugh Jr. and daughters were Rev. and Mrs. E. E. Coleman of Rockfield. Miss Patricia Johnson, is in Memoral Hospital, Logansport, for observation and treatment, has been dismissed. Junior members of the Legion Auxiliary Unit 413 were entertained Saturday afternoon at the Legion Hall. Santa treated. BOSTON — Melvin M. Johnson, 86 former dean of the Boston Methodist University Law School, died here M Wednesday of a heart ailment. He was the world's third rank- in" mason as prior past grand master of the Massachusetts Logansport, Indiana, Pharos-Tribune Seven Grand Lodge — the third oldest in the world. THERMAL, Calif. - Playwright John Van Druten, author of "Voice of the Turtle," died of an apparent heart attack Thursday at his home here. AMERICANA FOR REDS MOSCOW (UP)—Russia's man- on-lhe-street will get his first glimpse of what Americans wear and eat nest August when a giant exhibition is scheduled to open m Moscow it was reported today. The newspaper Sovietsfcaya Ros-| siya reported the fair had been I organized by an American form— '• International Trade Shows—which v. s iiali . WMB. „=„=„. i has been negotiating with Soviet Refreshments were served by the I authorities since last year. Ihe committee: Mesdames ;er, Josephine Kesner ber. Thelma'fair will include clothes, toys, m- Wyatt, dustrial equipment and an Amer- Sei- ican . style cafeteria, the newspaper said. ^ of Mr. and Mrs. Earl Malia, and Mr. and Mrs. Louis Lou and othfer a cast. Richard was able to re turn to school on Monday. Miss Romaine Knarr and Miss I relatives and friends. Kathy Torgerson are to arrive ini Chicago by plane from Washing-] ton, D. C. and Pvt. Tom Knarr is ] to come from Ft. Benning, Ga. Richard Knarr empolyed in Chicago is to meet them at the airport and accompany them to their homes here where they will visit until after Christmas. Mr. and Mrs. Russell Dilts were si Bourbon on Monday because of the death of a college friend of Mr. Dilts. Mr. and Mrs. R. R. Shaw left by plane from Chicago, Tuesday to spend the holidays with their WHITMAN'S Famous SAMPLER OANOY Th. 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