Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on November 4, 1957 · Page 12
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TweJve I/ogansport, Indiana, Pharos-Trffiune MONTICELLO— Draw Special Jury Venire A special petit jury venire of 12 was drawn Thursday in the office of County Clerk Dean Cottrell by Jury Commissioners Guy A. Malone and Albert Greenlee as prospective jurors for the Lileth E. Davies vs. Evert B. Potter damage suit scheduled to open before Judse Russell Gordon and a jury In White circuit court today. The case is the result of an automobile accident March 1, 1954, and damages of $35,000 are asked. The special venire drawn Thursday is: Mildred E. Kellenburger, Union; D. D. Raper with, Mrs. Albert Greenlee assisting. The Jaycees will hold their regular meeting Tuesday evening at Terrace Gardens. Regular meeting of the Pocahontas club Monday night at the Red Men Home. Pot luck supper and birthday night. Anniversary supper of VFW Auxiliary 2231 November at the Anglers. Mrs. Mickey Milligan and Mrs. Lorean Roberts became members of Delta Chi chapter of Delta Theta Tau sorority at their initiation meeting Monday evening, October 28, at the Tippecanoe Country Club. Mrs. Rosemary Teeter, also this position for the past seven years. Mrs. Tobey, whose husband, Howard, is employed at the West point interchange of the Northern Indiana Toll Road, said that they have no plans at present to move their residence from the Woodrow community. Mrs. Marie Stevens, Mrs. Tobey's assistant resigned from the Branch staff Friday. Mrs. Anne Stewart will be the new manager's assistant. Mr. and Mrs. Carr reside on R. R. 2, Rochester. Jerry Lee Andrews, 23, Argos, was arrested Friday morning, for failure to yield the right of way, after a two car .accident at East Ninth and Franklin avenue, at 6:45 PERU TRAILER WRECKED BY EXPLOSION Monday Evening, November 4, 199T. a pledge, who was scheduled for a . m . initiation with the group Monday I O j ficers stated Andrews driv i. ng night, was ill and unable to be! mrth on Franklini stored at present but will be mitiated at a Ninth street> lhen enteTe<i the later meeting. Margaret Long, Union; David D.: The committee in charge of the Annis, Mvonon; Jennie S. Dwyer, Prairie: Isadore Mathew, West Point: Lena Chitty, Prairie: Chester Frnss, Liberty; Harold Lawson, Liberty; Dorothv Risko, Union; Herbert D. Whiteman, Lincoln: Merle F. Johnson, Union, and Ellouise G. Perry, Monon. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Senta are back at their home, 727 North Main street, after spending the past year at the home of their daughter, Mrs. Marvin Rigsbee and son Ned at Yorktown. The Sentz's stayed with Mrs, Rigsbee and her son -until after a registered stock sale was held recently at the Rigsbee home. Miss Orpha Wickersham, a teacher in the Cheyenne, Wyoming, schools, writes that she was honored Sunday by having three White county boys guests at din- delightful party was Mrs. Kay Dellinger, Mrs. Martha Jane Grandidier and Mrs. Ellen Hodge. •Word from Mr. and Mrs. Earl Gray of Headlee who left recently for California is that they arrived safely at Long Beach OR Oct. 10th, and had a fine trip of 2228 miles. They receive the Daily Herald Journal and are glad- to get the news from home. Their address is 2035 Euclid Ave.., Long Beach 15. California. street. His car struck an auto driven by Max Anderson, 58, Kewanna who was going east. Four new members were chosen from a slate of eight nominees, for directors of the Rochester Chamber of, Commerce, namely, Robert Peterson, Fulton County Auditor; Fred Hodel, Manager of the Public Service Company of Indiana's Rochester district; William Biggs, Rochester realtor; and Parke Baxter, manager of Baxter Drug Store. The new directors are chosen New officers elected by m«m-' for three year terms _ They will of . beri! of the Lincolnlite Home Dem- flciaUy take oftice at the annual onsl.ration Club Friday are Mrs. mem bership meeting, Jan. 16. The Achievement Day, after which the lesson on "Home Nursing" was most ably handled by Mrs. Dale Shaw. Various home made articles and devices were used to illustrate easier care of the sick in the home. Two door prizes were given, Mrs. Cleatis Brown and Mrs,, Dom Shrum, being the winners. • The ladies were invited to the | dining room, which was arrayed with several baskets of fall flowers. The serving table, Covered in lace, was • centered with an attractive arrangement of fall flowers, and colorful napkins. Mrs. Cardona poured. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Ault entertained their euchre club Thursday evening -guests of Mr. and Mr*. Guy Bryant. Mr. and Mrs. Robert A. Calvert had as their recent dinner guests, Mr and Mrs. Jim Kittle and family.' Mrs. Paul A. Eiler visited in the Harry McVay home Thursday at- I I lernoon. II Mrs. James Saltsgiver and Mrs. i( Hurshel Milliser visited relatives : in Gary, Thursday. \ ARABS REJECT PROPOSAL CAIRO (UP)—The Arab League Political Committee Sunday rejected U.N. Secretary Dag Ham- marskjoid's proposal that Arab countries help pay for maintain- evening. The following memierTs '"8 »>? ™led Nations emcrsency were Resent. Mr. and Mrs. Harry, force "> «* Ga / a ^'P; nhnef ^ MeVay. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Wood-! mrttee approved a resoluuofo m- cox, Mr. and Mrs. T. E. Holland. '"6 a united Arab economic fiont Mrs. C. J. iwrin and Mrs. Stanley : >. "combat European «onom,c T , I unity in its aggressive intentions „,' J „„ • v, i T i in relation to the Arab economy". 'Mr. and Mrs. Frank Justus were in Blufftori Thursday, where they Leta Tarn, president; Mrs. VfLma OT e ' S ent'board"wiFoTficiate through ™* P IIe of dcbris once was B trailer - " beton * ed to Mrs " Goldle McM »"« s f p * ru w ' 10 Is " ow '" Wright, vice president, and Mrs. | ^±T ±T \±m£r™S Dukes hospital with severe barn, after ,he wa, tossed through, the waHs •»«*««* „ on to a cement nalio by an explosion. Damage to It and to lour other trailers and a car nenrby wi>s estimated at ?8,oui>. (Pharos-Tribune Photo-Engraving.) Wright, vice president, and Mrs. | Edna Timmons, secretary-l.reasur-i j 1)c , s . Mrs. Timmons led the creed, and the flag salutes were repeated in unison. Mrs. Blanche Sparks was coumy 77 f:;;~ „ A " ve .. in charge of devotions and read a ner a. her home 1717 Warren Ave mie. Cheyenne. The boys are bas-," announced there __i _L ,i, A:« *)„„« TTnirnrinrr it was announced mere ed at Warren Air Base. Enjoying the meal with the White county resident were A 3-C David A. Werner of Reynolds and A 3-C Wayne E. Musall and A 3-C William A. Downs, both of Chalmers. Twe cars were damaged in an accident on US 24 a mile and a half east of Monticello, both traveling west. A 1951 sedan was driven by Mack Shepler, route 5, Logansport, material inspector for the State Highway Department and a 1955 car by Carl Grigsby of ElandonsviHe, 111.' Grigsby passed Shepler State Trooper Earl Keller, will be a craft school November 6th.. at the Chalmers Community Church. Mrs. Timmons and Mrs. Ben Kyburz presented the lesson or. 1 buying ready-made dresses and advised that every dress should be checked for styling which becomes the purchaser, for suitable camouflage of figure faults, for adequate color and design for a particular use, and £or needed eaise. Refreshments were served by hostess Mrs. Freida Wright and assistant hostess 'Mrs. Claudia 'Reingardt. The next meeting will a " d be November 22nd with Mrs. Na- investigating officer, said in cutting his car too short, his back fender hooked the left front bumper of the Shepler car, causing some damage to the vehicles. William Horn of Battle Ground, who was injured in an automobile accident south of Monticello a week ago Saturday, was transferred from White County Memorial Hospital to St. Elizabeth at Lafayette in the Miller ambulance. White County Supt. Ken Norris stated that the county schools were well represented at the annual Indiana State Teachers Association convention at Indianapolis last week. Of the 134 teachers in the nine White county schools under Co. Supt. Norris. 117 teachers were present at the state convention sessions. Schools having 100 per cent attendance of teachers at the meet- Ing were Chalmers, Reynolds, Idaville, Monon, Round Grove and Buffalo. Brookston had one teach' er unable to go. Mr. Norris stated that all the county schools opened as usual Monday after several being closed at times last week owing to the flu epidemic. Supt. F. H. Gillespie of the Monticello schools said that all the Monticello teachers attended the state meeting last week but two. omi Lontz. Reports from White County Memorial Hospital: Born: To Mr. and Mrs. Dale Dahlenburg, R. 1, Reynold;!, a son; To Mr. and Mrs. James Powell, R. 2, Monticello, .a son. Dismissed: Mrs. John L. and son, 301V4 East Cleveland; Miss Mary Oleefman, Route 1, Reynolds. Retiring board members are Jack K. Overmyer, president; Charles Sheridan, 'treas., Wayne Smith and Arthur Brubaker. At the Wednesday, Nov. 13, meeting new 1958 officers will be chosen t>y the new board. Admissions to Woodlawn hospital are Mrs. George Boots, Culver; John Saemann, Warsaw; William Murphy, Delong. Dismissals: Mrs. Lester Carr and son, 806 East 12th street; Mrs. Guy Baker, Denver; Roger Rouch, 1217 Franklin Ave. Mrs. Christ Ninios, Ufl9 Pontiac street, entertained the Refcame' mog Home Demonstration club in her home Wednesday afternoon Jim White Fire Insurance Ph. 2491 Rochester Mrs. William K. Downs c-nter- tained at a stork shower and bridge party, earlier in the week, in honor of Mrs. Arthur Kennedy. Prizes were won by Mrs. Charles Rauschke, Mrs. Burk Miller and Mrs. Ed Wilson. Other guests present were Mrs. Gary Daniels, Mrs. William von der Lehr, Mrs. James Zimmerman, 'Mrs. Frank D. Dielman, Mrs. Fred Mitchell Jr., Mrs. H. C. Garber, Mrs. William. Deniston, Mrs. Richard Helm, Mrs. James j Carr, Mrs. Joe Quick and Mrs. ' Robert DeBruler. Gene L. Rer.o concluded a 10 day leave from the Marines, Wednesday, and returned to his base at Cherry Point, N. C. Mrs. Mary Ann Carr, vice chairman of the Fulton county Republican Committee, Friday took over the management of the Fulton county Auto License Branch, 124 Chicken Pie Dinner Deer Creek Presbyterian Church Wednesday, Nov. 61 h 11:30 to 12:30 It's Cold Outside!! For your saving and comfort, call on us for prices on "Capitol" the finest and most competitive Aluminum Combination Doors and Windows. Why pay more? You can't afford to be without them— KOOL-VENT OF LOANSPORT 511 Erie Phone 3650 called on Mrs. Howard Kriegh- saum. of "Plymouth, a patient in :he 31'jffton hospital. Mrs. Justus is the mother of Mrs. Krieghbaum. The Sewing Circle met with Mrs. Mary Mastellar Thursday afternoon, for t'-.oir regular social hour, which was spent in visiting. j At the ciose of the afternoon delicious refreslvments were served to Mrs. Guy Bryant, Mrs. Otto Weimer, Mrs. Henry More. Mrs. Tola Rogers, Mrs. Lloyd Pickens, Mrs. Robert Zellar and one guest. Mrs. Clydj Kugler. Leon Lunsford, and Mrs. Mildred Fisher of Peru, were Wednesday MOODY'S RUG CLEANING Guaranteed and Insured—Ph. 771» LIGHTNING ROD PROTECTION Phone 3666 Free Estimates North on Road 17 with Mrs. Kenneth Hood, as her assistant hostess. Mrs. Cardona, president, opened the meeting with beautiful devotional thoughts on "Autumn Hills." Eadh nber had chool daj picture of herself, which she™displayed at roll call. Plans were made for a dinner lip Clinger. Each lady will bring a favorite di:sh. Mrs. John Reed and Mrs. Gene party honoring the husbands, which Thompson were appointed to ipre- wi-11 be held at 6:30 p.m. Saturday, I-Pare a program for entertainment. Nov. 16, in the home of Mrs. Phil-1 The president gave a report of Whit's at Dykeman's Restaurant Sunday, Nov. 13th Watch Your local Newspapers Local schools also opened as us-; East EjgWh ^^ fr(>m ual Monday. Kary Tobeyj the parly . s c . ourity Barbara Dirks, R. N., at the Medical Center at Indiananolis, daughter of Rev. and Mrs. H. E. Dirks, entered the St. Elizabeth Hospital Tuesday and underwent surgery Wednesday morning. Miss Dirks has a very serious case of lymphatic poisoning and cellulitis. She has been ill with the flu and complications. Dr. Ruschli performed the surgery. Barbara will be confined to bad for some time. Her room number is 251. Frank Wright, of Sycamore Hills, who has been a patient at the St. Elizabeth Hospital in Lafayette for the last two weeks was released Tuesday afternoon. He is able to be up some in his wheel chair. Mrs Floyd Baum, of 616 West Marion, submitted to surgery at the St. Elizabeth Hospital in Lafayette Wednesday morning and was given a blood transfusion that afternoon. She is getting along satisfactorily. Mrs. Wanda Emerson, of Indianapolis, is now at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Roscoe O'Bear, route 6, where she is recovering from the flu. The marriage of Miss Marilyn Inskeep, of Indianapolis, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George Inskeep of Monticello and John Fisch- j er of Indianapolis, was an event I at the Monticello Presbyterian | Church Saturday afternoon, Nov. 2, at 2:30 o'clock. The pastor, the Rev. Harman E. Dirks pronounced the rites. The bridegroom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. John Fischer of Schererville. Reports from White County Memorial Hospital: Dismissed: Mrs. Stella Gabbert, Route 4, Monticello; Mrs. Robert Garringer and son, 617 West Hanawalt; Mrs. Guy Widner, 417 South Main. Born: To Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Brewer, 510 South Main, a daughter. Tri Kappa Associate chapter will meet Monday afternoon with Mrs. secretary, Mrs. Tobey has held Myers Greenhouse. Dial 3996 FISH FRY Wed., Nov. 13 — 5 to 7:30 p.m. NATIONAL GUARD ARMORY by White Shrine Adults $1.00 Children 50c Tickets on sale at Barber's and Burch's PTA Carnival Tuesday, Nov. 5—6:30 P. M. Jefferson Grade School. Entertainment by Cass Co. 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No selling is required by the distributor and. it may be handled sort time at start if dosircid. You must have a cash investment of SoOO-$3,000 which is fully secured. Unlimited qid given by Com- oany in expansion. If you have the desire for on annual income of $15,000 to $25,000, good character and necessary cash . . . then write Dixie Provision Co., 325 Bankers Trust Bldg., Indianapolis Indiana. ANNOUNCING- FOR 1958 The TrmmpliaiTt New *.. Finest expression of The Forward Look. With a sound like the -«nd, and a starry glitter, the magnificent new Imperial for 1958 rolls on the scene. Here in all its triumphant beauty is America's new fine-car style leader—acknowledged throughout the nation, deeply recognized by those who know fine cars. The Imperial is a superb forerunner of what others may have ... later. You may own it, drive it and enjoy it now. Unique performance characteristics are yours to command. For the Imperial, along with its great good looks and good taste, places at your service the industry's finest'engineering. Touch a button. You summon deep-breathing power which feels limitless. Turn the wheel. For all ils size and luxurious roominess, your car handles like silk ... an experience at once thrilling and restful. The exclusive suspension system on the Imperial holds you serenely level and supremely comfortable on any road, any curve, any surface, for any stop. Stop this week at your Imperial dealer's showroom, where this magnificent new car is now on display. See the dazzling line-up of nine new models, all available with Imperial's exclusive new Deluxe Dual Air-Conditioning. Know the wonderful feeling of owning the nation's new number one prestige car—the triumphant Imperial. IMP-ERIA-L FINEST PRODUCT OF CHRYSLER CORPORATION HENDRICKSON MOTOR SALES, Inc., 411-423 S. Third St., Phone 5151 • ; J.OGANSPORT PUBLIC LIBPARy

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