Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on December 20, 1957 · Page 26
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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 26

Logansport, Indiana
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Friday, December 20, 1957
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Ten Logansport, Indiana, Pharos-Tribune One Injured In Traffic Mishap One woman was hurt in an accident Vt mile south of Logansport on SR 29 at 1:45 p.m. Thursday. Injured was Mrs. Christine Ellerman, 57, who complained of pains in her loft shoulder and leg. The mishap occurred when Sam- __ ^ uel Sailors, 47, of 823 East Market; covered dish supper. Junior Viney -street, driving south on 29 at-, was elected president and Ken- tempted a left turn toward a farm ne tj, McGill, secretary-treasurer. There was a program and gift exchange. The Kings Daughters class of the Methodist church was entertained in the home of Mrs. James Cassell Monday night. Assistants to the hostess were Mrs. Walter Mitchell and Miss Bitha McCrary. Mrs. Harry Humplirey, Mrs. Harry Hanaway, Mrs. Sidney Thomson, Mrs. Paul Harroll and Rev. and Mrs. F. Kaye Bass. MYF members of the Methodist church attended the music convocation at the Hall of Music at Purdue University on Sunday afternoon. They came back to the home of Linda Crawford for a party. Young adults of the Presbyterian church met Sunday night for a implement store. Ralph Ellerman, 59, route 2, Kokomo, driving south behind Sailors, failed to see him as he turned and' crashed into the front fender • of Sailors car. Mrs. Ellerman riding with her husband was the only one injured. According to Deputy George Shanks who investigated, the Ellerman car suffered damage estimated at $250. Sailors' car sustained $200 damage. Fine Four In Justice Court Lloyd Jordan, 31, Wolcott, was fined $5 and costs in justice court Thursday for improper passing. .He was arrested on Dec. 9 by State Trooper Larry Wagenknecht. Also fined were Clarence Leonard 54, of Terre Haute, Victor McDonald, 28, of 727 Seventeenth street, Logansport, and Merton Kline, of East Moline, .HI. Leonard was fined $10 and costs after his arrest Thursday ^by Trooper Richard Keyes for improper passing. McDonald was fined a like amount for reckless driving. He was arrested by Keyes on Dec. 15. Kline was fined $1 and costs for Improper passing after his arrest by Trooper John Gaylor Dec. 19. Frank Ihrig, Retired Peru Baker, Expires PERU, Ind.—Frank C. Ihrig, 75, retired baker of Converse, died at Dukes hospital at 8:30 a.m. Thursday after an illness of four weeks. He was born in Kokomo Dec. 4, 1882, the son of John and Katherine (Lear) Ihrig. His wife, Goldie, died in 1935. Surviving are a brother, William, of Converse; and two sisters, Mrs. Burnett Sipe, Converse, and Mrs. Lena Pence, Warsaw. Two children are deceased. Funeral services will be held at the Zook-Larrison chapel inr Converse with the Rev. R. S. Grubb officiating. Burial will be in the Converse cemetery. Friends may call at the funeral home after 2 p.m. Friday. Monricello Resident, Edward Wade, Expires MONTICELLO, Ind. — Edward M. Wade. 84, of West Walnut street, Monticello, passed away at 9 a.m. Thursday at White county Memorial hospital where he was admitted Wednesday. Born May 14, 1873, at Wilmington, 111., he was the SOB of Mr. and Mrs. John Wade. His marriage was in 1921 to Alta Samson and she is the only survivor. Funeral services will be conducted at 2 p.m. Saturday at the Smith and Aufenberg funeral home where friends may call after 4 p.m. today. Mrs. sang Mitchell and a duet. Mrs. Mrs. Cassell Edith Riggle led devotions. Mrs. Arthur Helvie played a Christmas carol on the piano. There was a gift exchange. Youth of the First Brethren church gave a Christmas program at the Brethren Home on Sunday. Jill Flora led devotions. Ronald Myer, Fred Jones, Sonia and Vallerie Chapman, as a quartet, sang, accompanied by Dwight Pullen. Rev. C. A. Stewart gave the benediction. Refreshments were served. Annual Christmas party of the Mann Chevrolet company was held at the Delphi County Club Saturday night. Carols were sung and gifts were exchanged by the 46 persons present. Mr. and Mrs. Ezra Frantz and Mr. and Mrs. Urshel of the North Manchester First Brethren church visited the Brethren Home west of Flora. They took a bushel of apples. William Cooper, 95, of the Brethren Home, has been taken from the Memorial hospital, Logansport, to a nursing home for further care before returning to the home. The Ladies and Men's Bible classes of the First Brethren church held an oyster supper at the Brethren Home. Mrs. C. A. Stewart told a story and led devo- Flora gave a Mrs. Mabel [ftk True Life Adventures WHAT A WHOPPER If'' *T , J INCH J THE BABV SUNJ=lSH \& <DMi_V ABOUT .Ho OF AN VET IT Wlt_l_ OROW TO BE AN A>PL>UT OCEAN SUNFISH (OK MOUA. MO I-A, J OVER EIGHT FSET l-C WEIGHING AKOUMC 18OO POUNDS If Delphi Rotary club held their annual Christmas party at the Delphi Country club on Tuesday night. Mrs. C. E. Quinn and Mrs. Mark Carter entertained the Presbyterian Missionary Society Tuesday afternoon in Mrs. Carter's home. Mrs. Francis King, president, was n charge of business. The Bible study was by Mrs. Lynn Moss, Mrs. Elbert Smith led in prayer. A Christmas play was given by Mrs. Lamont Jordon. Carols were sung and refreshments served. The Mrs. Frances King family will gather at her home or; Christmas Eve and Mr. and Mrs. Loren King for a turkey dinner. Plan- •12-23 j THERE is INCREASE OF 6O,OOO,OOO ' TIMES ITS ORK3ISIAU WEK3HX THE <3REATBSr TTEVELOPMENT BETWEEN INFANT AMP APLJUT IN THE ANIMAL. KINSP-OM. Delta Theta Chi sororities of Flora Recent guests of Mr. and Mrs. Richard DePoy and family were her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Moody of Winamac. Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Moss and Susan visited her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Donald Boulden in Winamac for a family pre-Christmas celebration. Others present were from Indianapolis, Frankfort, and Star City. Mr. and Mrs. William Miller are the parents of a daughter born at Memorial hospital, Logansport. The Carrollton Township Farm Bureau held its December meeting in the school building. Mrs. Carl Milburn introduced the program chairmen of the 6-7-8 grades, Jim Tarkington, Joe Huse, Dwi'ght Pullen. The Marigold Sisters, Alice tions. Mrs. Bert Christmas story. Brown led in prayer. „ , - „ Ladies of the class elected theiquist act was performed by Paul Trapp, Joan Cripe, Linda Adams, and Joyce Clark, sang. A ventrilo- following officers: Mrs. Brice Nevins, president; Mrs. Frank Lantz, Myers and Jay Miller. Donald Billings played the piano. A chalk picture of Christmas Vernon Williams, and Mr. and Mrs. Charles Johnson. A carry-in supper was served at the home of Mrs. Joe Scott to members of the Friendly Circle Home Demonstration club at their Christmas meeting. Assisting the hostess were Mesdames Bill Ayres, Max Landis, Jr., Charles E. Sibbitt, and Jack Allen. Mrs. Elver Pullen led devotions. There was a gift exchange. Don Clingenpeel of Alburquerque, New Mexico, is expected to arrive here for the Christmas holidays with his parents, Mr. anc Mrs. Amos Clingenpeel, and his children, Mr. and Mrs. Don Clingenpeel, and Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Brower and Tommy. The Wednesday Afternoon club met Wednesday in the home of Mrs Hayes Guckien, who was assisted by Mrs. William Ayres Gifts were exchanged and refresh, ments served. Twenty-two members of the community council met at the Legion Home Tuesday morning for a breakfast served by the Legion Auxiliary. to spend the holidays here with his mother, Mrs. Pauling Moore. Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Grantham, Mr. and Mrs. Luther Grantham, Curtis McCain, and Mr. and Mrs. Richard Grantham and daughters, Janet and Susan will be guests of Mr. and Mrs. Howard Johnson and children, Curt, Dick and Cris in Indianapolis. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Grimm and children will entertain at a family dinner on Christmas day for her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Lewis LaVanway of Ottaway, HI. Walter Grimm, of Winona, Minn. Mr. and Mrs. E. 0. Grimm and Mis. Charles Cartwright of Delphi. Walter Grimm of Winona Minn. Delphi (Mr. and Mrs. John Klepinger entertained the Oracle Club Monday night at its annual Christmas par- ly. A musical program of Christmas carols was presented by Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Reed Gushwa and ning to attend are Mr. and Mrs.!will spend the Christmas holidays Bill Hawkins and family of Ander- here with his sister, Mrs. Charles son; Mr. and Mrs. Jack Zoschike! Cartwr:ght,^and^oj.her^ relatives, of Indianapolis; Mr. and Mrs.' Delos King and family of Mulberry; and Mr. and Mrs. Junior King and family of Flora. The other daughters, Mrs. Joe Shields, husband and family from MonUcello plan to leave Dec. 21 to visit his parents, Mr, and Mrs. Clarence Shields, near Los Angeles, Calif. Friday Evening, December 20, 1957. on the east side of the courthouse I son, Mrs. Mary Haugh and Jerry square Monday at 7:30 p.m. The | Haugh were dinner guests of Mrs. group will meet at 7 p.m. at theJErmina Tansey Wednesday. RBMC for a short rehearsal before going to the courthouse square. Richard Klepinger and Jerry Daniels will accompany the choir. The Delphi school board met in special session on Wednesday of last week to interview archeticts about the school building program here. No action was taken. Robert Ferrier, son of Air. and Mrs. Paul Ferrier. and a Delphi high school student, took the preliminary examination Thursday in connection with the 17th annual science talent search at the local high school under the direction of Charles E. Geheb, science instruc- daughter Joyce will entertain on; tor. The project is entitled "Power Christmas Day for Mr. and Mrs. Sources_for _X-ra L Mach 1 nes._ H,s Bert Siudebaker, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Mears and children. Mrs. Minnie H«ndrick, of Oxford mother of Mrs. Ross Tipton, has been seriously ill in St. Elizabeth hospital. Her daughters take turns being with her each night. Miss Mary Tipton will arrive home from Indiana University Friday night to spend (he holidays with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ross Tipton. Mr. and Mrs. George Revington Jr. and children will spend Christmas day with his parents, Mr. and entry will also be placed in the Indiana Science Search to be conducted in March, 1958. Mrs. Cora Sacha of LitcMield, Hinois will come to Delphi 1'uef- lay to spend the holidays with Mr. and Mrs. John Sacha, sons 'hil, John ay and James Kay. Miss Margaret Smith of LaGrange will spend the Christmas olidays here wilh her brother, lonaays nere wim ner oroincr, iun wauur auu luunij -• —•• --Dr. L. H. Smith, and Mrs. Smith. McCain remodeled home in Rock- Mr, and Mrs. Sylvester Robin-!field. Jean Gros, Mrs. Boyd Mangus'Mrs. George Revington Sr. in Monand Mrs. Kelpinger, as a trio ac-iticello. On Dec. 26 Mr. and Mrs. eompanied by Mrs. Ross Tipton, Revington and children will take a plane for Ft. Lauderdale Florida to spend the holidays with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. 0. C. Wulf- man. Miss Isabel Robinson will spend part of the Christmas holidays in Lafayette with her brother and wife, Mr. and Mrs. Bowen Robinson. ' Miss Robinson Is a former local resident, daughter of the late Mayor and Mrs. Frank Robinson. , Mr. and Mrs. Will G. Smock will leave Sunday to spend the holidays wilh their daughters, Mrs. Boyd Wtckman, Mrs. Wickman, Billy and Jeanne at Rowan community church choir here will sing near the Nativity scene vice president; Mrs. Gladys Flora, ^ uncuiv t^^ui.^ ~- ~ r> -r secretary-treasurer; Mrs. C. A. was painted by Joyce Clark, Loan| Mesdames Lynn Ledman, C J. Stewart, feacher. Russell Kuns, 1 Adams and Jay Miller. The Flat- Harmon and Charles Gibson were ' _. . • t i«Ti_t L iU^ n-H»n«rr/Yrvi£tnf- nmYim ttr£»A A superintendent of the home, show- Toppers, composed of Robert ed pictures of a trip they took Hicks, Donald Billings, Joe Huse through the South. and Jim Tarkington, sang "We're Descendants of the late Mr. and' Get tin' Nuttin' for Christmas", ac- Mrs. Allen Craig, formerly of the, companied at the piano by Dwight Bachelor Run Community, held Bipullen. Christmas party at the home of Bonnie Mummert recited a poem. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Newell, north-'; Roger Tarkington and Robert " Grubb played a saxaphone number. Jay Miller presented three art pictures on Christmas. Dwight Pullen played a piano solo. Christmas treats were given. Refreshments were served by the committee, comprised of Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Meade, Mrs. Pearl Mabbitt, Dean Todd, Mr. and Mrs. John Billings and Mr, and Mrs. „„. „..„ „, —-. Claudo Wickard. and Mrs. Earl Powell, Mrs. Ray-| Twenty members of the Fidelis west of Flora; 20 persons attended; a turkey dinner was served and gifts were exchanged. Among those present were Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Zook of near Radnor, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Crum near Gettingsville, Mr. and Mrs. Faye Smith, of near Frankfort; Mr. and Mrs. Chester Wingard, near Bringhurst; Mr. and Mrs. Lee Craig, Mr. and Mrs. Russell Craig, Mr. FLORA , Annual Christmas meeting of the Art and Garden club was held in the newly decorated clubroom at the library. President, Mrs. Oscar Rohrabaugh, opened the meeting. Announcement was made of the luncheon at the Presbyterian church on Jan. 28 at 1 p.m. Mrs. Robert Noble gave a report on "Auction Tea". Ann Guckien, accompanied by Mrs. Mark Carter, sang two songs. Mrs. E. 0. Plank led devotions. Mrs. John Witter told a Christmas story. Mrs. Carter and Mrs. Glenn Eikenberry, co-chairwomen, were assisted by their committee in serving refreshments. Gifts were exchanged. A son, Clark, was born on Dec. 12 to Mr. and Mrs. Robert Gene Cassel of'Lafayette. The father is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Wiley Cassell of Delphi and the father is a grandson of Mr. and Mrs. James Cassell of here. The birthday of Mrs. John Un- gcr of Flora was celebrated recently at a chili supper meeting at the library clubroom. Attending were Mr. and Mrs. William Hurley, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Hanaway, Mr. and Mrs. DeVere Hoffman, and Mr. and Mrs. Carl Eikenberry of northwest of Flora. Mrs. Lucy Krauss and her employees at the Rainbow cafe will hold their annual Christmas party at the restaurant Friday night. Gifts will be exchanged. Mr. and Mrs. James Cassell and Mr. and Mrs. Ward Cassell went to Bloomingtor, Sunday to visit Bill Gene Cassell at Indiana University Members and friends of the Sharon Baptist church met in the dining hall Sunday night for a carry-in supper. Mrs. Emma Billiard offered grace. Gifts for the ill in the Deer Creek nursing home were dedicated. Gifts were presented to Rev. ar.d Mrs. Phillip G. VanZandt and to Mr. and Mrs. James Flora, newlyweds. About 20 Juniors and intermediates and their adult leaders of the Methodist church attended a Jewish worship service at the Temple Israel in Lafayette last Friday night. Accompanying the youths were mond High, all of Delphi; and Mrs. Davis McKinley and Mrs. Myrtle Zook of Flora. A Christmas program will be given at the First Brethren church on Sunday evening, Dec. 22. Among the Carroll county groups who are sponsoring Christmas parties at the Logansport State hospital are the County Rural Youth group and the Psi Iota Xi and the class of the Church of the Brethren and Rev. and Mrs. Charles Dumond met at the home of Mr. and Mrs. John Herndon, northeast of Flora, for a Christmas party on Tuesday night. Gene Brim led devotions. Games were played and refreshments served. Assisting the Herndons were Mr. and Mrs. Gene Brim, Mr. and Mrs. John 1 Brim, Mr. and Mrs. on the arrangement committee. A business meeting was held and officers were then elected. They were: Clarence Watson, president; Wayne Crooks, vice president; Earl Parks, secretary; Mrs. Paul Burns, treasurer; and Kenneth Myer and Mrs. C. W. Ryan, members of the executive committee at large. During the past year, the Community Council took action on juvenile problems, floridation of city water, citizen responsibility in school consolidation, Flora Park rest room facilities, summer recreation, and re-modeling the library clubroom. The Glen Eikenberry family, including Mr. and Mrs. Eikenberry and Mr. and Mrs. Joe Eikenberry and family, and Mr. and Mrs. Jack Briggs, will spend Christmas night with Mr. and Mrs. Robert Eaton -and family in Indianapolis. Mr. and Mrs. Eikenberry will spend Dec. 22 with her sister, Mrs. Elmer Ayres and husband in Marion. Thirty-five members and wives of'the. Flora Rotary club and the pianist. Mrs. Tipton and Mrs. Klepinger played a piano and organ duet. Later the hostess served ice cream with red raspberry sauce, cake, nuts and coffee. Several members were unable to attend. A radio hook-up permitted Postmaster Robert L. Sieber one of the members, to hear the program. He has been confined to his home with a he-art ailment but is much improved. Prosecutor and Mrs. Watson Me- Cormick will entertain at a Christmas dinner for their daughter, Marilyn, Mr. and Mrs. Spurgeon Johnson, Tom and Jane, of Indianapolis and Mr. and Mrs. C. T. Amick, parents of Mrs. McCormick of this city. The Neighborhood bridge club held a Christmas dinner'party at the Ratcliff hotel Friday evening. Mrs. Will S. Smith was the hostess-. A gift exchange was held at the Smith home following the game. Prosecutor Watson MteCormick attended the state meeting for prosecuting atorneys a Indianapolis last week. Mrs. McCormick joined him there Friday to spend the week end in the Capital city. Bob Moore, a student at Indiana University wiil arrive home Friday Iowa. for a GIFT of THRIFT... ... for a Merrier Christmas ... for a really "creative" gift, give the gift of a savings account at The National Bank. A savings account is particularly important for a youngster—and the child and the family will certainly appreciate it. Come in and get complete information about our savings plans especially suitable for Christmas gifts. jronetwoy ot Fovrlh Ptton«4137 NATIONAL BANK M J I * -tkb^^iktKg WELCOME! MEMBER FDIC WHITMAN'S Famous SAMPLER CANDY Th< World'! Biggut Candy Sailer— So Fine — So Famous So Sure to Pleas* $2 box TIMBERLAKE'S Here's How- To Make Your CHRISTMAS Wishes Come VISIT DAVID'S Wishing Well Over $500 in Gifts TO BE GIVEN AWAY CHRISTMAS EVE Come in and register for Free Gifts. No obligations. You do not have to be present to win. DAVIDS 5 T 6-518 E. Broadway Phont 3167 Mr. and Mrs. Robert Bradshc-w Sr. will entertain at a family dinner on Sunday after Christmas. Their son, Lt. Robert Bradshaw, was given an honorable discharge from the service at Camp Knox, Ky, two weeks ago and has ac- ce'pled a position wilh the American Filter Co. at Louisville. Ky. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Bradshaw and children of East Main slrcet will be guests of her parents at Brookslon Christmas eve. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Fitzgerald and children, will spend Christmas day with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Fitzgerald in Brookslon. Other member of Ihe family will also be there. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Wood, Doug and Woody will entertain on Christmas day for Mr. and Mrs. David Wood and son David Jr.; Mr. and Mrs-. Robert Wood. Tommy and Steven, a:id Mr. and Mrs. John Wood of South Bend. Mrs. . H. 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