Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on June 20, 1957 · Page 5
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Thursday Evening. June 20, 1957. Decision of Court- Frees Army Wife in Sloying of Husband ALDERSON, W. Va., (UP)— Doro.hy Kreuger Smith was freed Wednesday after Vh years in federal custody for the slaying of. her Army colonel husband. Mrs. Smith, daughter of retired Gen. Walter Kreuger, emerged f"';f nSun f, hine ''-..,,,',' I l aUeIujah "' from the Federal Women's Prilon , 0n e..Door and "I'll Be A Sun- from the Federal Women's Prison he-re in the company of another retired general. Adam Richmond of Belhesda, Md., and Mrs. Richmond. She was released under a Supreme Court decision handed down June 10. Mrs. Smith, a 44-year-old bru. nette, was convicted by a eourt- "Friends", "Oh, Be Careful", "Head and Shoulders", "Jesus Loves Me", followed by a closing prayer. The second primary group will present the playlet "Jesus The Beggar", while the first primary group will present "God's Heroes", and sing the following songs' "Win Them One By One", "Heavenly Sunshine", "Hallelujah", beam". The juniors will see two film strips, "Fishers of Men" and "David The Shepherd Boy", after which they will study stories and pictures of the Bible, and will sing the following songs: "Church In |The Wildwood", "Wide As The Ocean" and "Disciples' Songs". The public is invited to attend . — ----- _ v „ v w >~. .. i lie IJUQIIC martial in 1933 of the 'fatal stab- the program. bang of her husband in their Army ! _ __ _ lodgings in Tokyo. The Supreme! /--.I- _| M 1 I / Court held last week that court-! 1 - 0 ' 01161 NlCKCrSOn S mar'ia! trials of civilians is un- Trial Set Tuesday ' t- n TO ATLANTA (UP) _ Col. John C. Nickerson, Army missiles expert accused of divulging secret data, goes on trial next Tuesday. ™ rd Army headquarters here today a last ditch Hold Final Program The closing program of the Rock' «»•.""*;"• , ' Creek Parish Bible School «,ill be i e " ort by , , Nlckerson s defense to held at the Mount Pisgah Lutheran fwl " a d f ay , m the church on Friday, at 7:30 p.m. further efr ° rts are The schedule for the program is as follows: • Opening prayer, followed by a congregational hymn and the pledge (o the flag. The nursery group will sing "Jesus Loves Me", "Jesus, Listen When We Pray" and "Jesus Is A Friend To Little Children". The kindergarten program will consist of these songs- .1 until loose classified military files that would be helpful in the officer's defense. Nickerson is charged with leaking information in an effort to bolster the Army's position in- the inter - service missiles race. He denies he gave away secrets. Read the Classified Ads Rochester Admissions to' Woodlawn hospi tal are: Dr. R. L. Sparks, 826 Jefferson street; Mrs. William Hinkle, R.R. 2; Steven Ray Col man, son of Mr. and Mrs. William Colman, 316 West Second street; IMrs. William Belcher, R.R. 4 Larry Wagoner, son of Mr. and .Mrs. John Wagoner, 1107 Jackson Boulevard; Hiram Ellsworth, Hartwick, N.Y.; Mrs.,Merl Collins, 408 Pontiac; Mrs. Effie Hardin, Kewanna; _Mrs. Ted Tuley, 614 East 14th street; Mrs. "Verly Booher 720 Jefferson street; Lewis Murray, 600 Indiana Ave. Dismissals: Mrs. Wilford Oldfather and son, North Manchester; Mrs. Bobby Lewis and daughter, 530 East 13th street; Una Tucker, 719 East Ninth street; Steven Ray Colman, 316 West Second street; Mrs. William McGrew, 1213'A Monroe street; Mrs. Shirley Padgett, 315 1 Monroe street; William Isom Sr., and William Isom Jr., Marion; Mrs. Edith . Merley, Akron; Mrs. Jack Fawley and daughter, Menldne; Andrew York, Peru. Forty two members of the Metz- Ser family gathered at the Rochester city park Sunday for their annual reunion. At the noon hour a bounteous basket dinner was served with Mrs. Late Smith, giving the invocation. Mrs. Mary Renkenberger, president, conducted a short business meeting at which time new officers were elected: president, Homer Graffis, North Manchester; vice-president, Mrs. Fred Bruegel, Mishawaka; secretary-treasurer, Mrs. Lafc Smith. The group voted PATROLLING TROUBLED- HAITI Voliccman patrols the main street of Port-All Prince, Haiti'In the »akc of riots which took at least 12 lives, fhe, rioting, accompanied by looting, started as a protest over the ousting of provisional president, Daniel Fignole. Haiti lias dad six changes of government since tost December. (International Soundphoto.) donate $5.00 to the up-fceep fund of the Shafer cemetery at Kewanna. The reunion will meet at- the same placs next year. Those in attendance were Mr. and Mrs. Robert Renkenberger ind son, David, of Logansport, Mr. and Mrs. D. W. Metzger, Mr. 3avid Metzger Sr., Mr. and Mrs. Grover Metx.ger, Mr. and Mrs. Warren Gillespie, all of'-Kewanna; Mr: and Mrs. Homer Graffis and son, North Manchester, M:\ and Mrs, William Metzger of Chicago, Mrs. John HunUngton and son, Mark, Bremen; Mr. and Mrs. Robert Phillips and family, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Hugh, and Miss Corrine Lieberman, all of South Bend; Mr. and Mrs. Fred Bruegel. Mr. and Mrs. Leo Milkey, Misha- waka; Mrs. Anna Allen, Winamac, Mrs. Bertha Urbin, Walkerton, Mr, and Mrs. Clarence Graffis, 'Mr. and Mrs. Ralph .Foor'and family, and Mr. and Mrs. Donald, Metzger, all of Rochester. Following the business meeting an afternoon of visiting was enjoyed, with ice cream being served at the close of an enjoyable day. Zimmerman Brothers ambulance took Mrs. Verl Booher, 720 Jefferson street from her home to the WoodlaVn hospital, following a broken hip, received in a fall. They also took Mr. Murray, father of James Murray, from the Rochester Nursing home to the Woodlawn hospital, with a broken lip. Mr. and Mrs. Oral Kindig were business visitors in Peru Monday. David Renkenberger concluded a ten days visit with his uncle, Don Metzger and family and returned 'o his home in Logansport Monday. Mr. and Mrs. George Howoway and family had as their Sunday guests Mr. and Mrs. Austin Orr and three daughters of South Bend. Mrs. John Fuller, Rochester, drove to Anderson Friday where she was joined by Mr. and Mrs. John Stanley and daughter, Linda, for a trip to Fort Leonard Wood, Missouri, to spend the week end with Mrs. Fuller's husband, Private John E. Fuller. The party returned home Monday. Mrs. Ora Castle entertained to Sunday dinner the following South Bend friends: Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Ravencroft, Mr. and Mrs. John PeeU and Mi.ss Selana Berkhalter., William A. Wasrliam, Bald Knob, { Logansport, Indiana, Pharos-Tribunt Fiv« Arkansas, was fined a total of the Indiana Conference North of $45.70 in Fulton circuit court on a charge of drunken driving. The court also suspended his driver's license for one year and sentenced him to six months on the state penal farm, which was also suspended. Washam, who had been employed by the Sheehan Construction company here on the oil pipeline relocation, was arrested by State Trooper Milford Buck Friday evening west of the city on state road 14. In Fulton circuit, court two. suits were filed for divorce. Theresa Theora Whetstone brought suit against Chester Lowell Whetstone, charging cruel and inhuman treatment. • The couple, residents of Monterey, were married Aug. 25, IBSti, and separated June 14, 1957. Margaret Elizabeth Perkins, in her suit against William A. Perkins, also charges cruel and inhuman treatment. The Kewanna couple have one child, whose custody is sought by Mrs. Perkins^ The Perkinses were married Dec.' 11, 1953 and separated June 15, 1957. William R. Isom, Sr., and his son William R. Jr., who were hospitalized in Woodlawn Hospital last Wednesday, following a two-car crash at the junction of U. S. 31 and Slate Hoad 1]0, were released from the hospital Monday. Mrs. William R. Isom, Sr., who suffered a dislocated left hip, injured left ankle and facial lacerations is siiil in (lie hospital, with her condition listed as "good". The Isoms are residents of Marion. Sunday was the closing day of the Trinity Evangelical United Brethren church, at Syracuse. Thu immediate merger of the Trinity and St. Paul EUB churches in Rochester was approved. Both congregations previously voted for consolidation. The Conference returned tiie Rev. F. 1. Wilmert as pastor to the combined churches, both congregations to meet in the Triniiy Church at the corner of Jefferson and Eighth streets. The Rev. Wilmert has been with (lie Rochester pastorate since 1953, coming here from eight years service at Wabash, and prior to that charge, he had been at Van Wert, 0., pastoring for 14 years. He is a native of Minn, and is a member of the Rochester Kiwanis club. 7'he combined congregations will hold their first meeting this Sunday. The church property at Pontiac and Sixth streets will be sold. You don't ne«d to pay $750 to $300 for INCaNSPlCUOOS ...QUAUTY HEARING AIDS" FERNBAUGH'S Jewelry Store 416 E. Bdwy. Y MONnr.uct: OUAHAHTW St. We're Selling Used Furniture As Fast As It Comes Into Our Store W3 Need More Used Items For Our Bargain Basement And Will Pay High Trade-In Prices For Tliem THIS FRIDAY SATURDAY and MONDAY FOSTER'S LIBERAL TRADE- Sometimes Imitated — Never Copied In Price, Quality Because we're selling used furniture for apartments and lake cottages as fast as it's coming in, we are this Friday, Saturday and Monday offering higher-than-usual trade-in allowances for your old furniture.... Not "up-to" but FULL trade-in allowances even if you buy the most inexpensive suite in our store! Don't miss this opportunity to take advantage of our Summer Sale prices plus extra trade-in values on your old furniture regardless of age or condition. WE NEED 20 MORE USED LIVING ROOM SUITES ... 10 MORE USED BEDROOM SUITES ... 7 MORE U$ED BREAKFAST SETS ...15 MORE USED SOFA BEDS > ..6 MORE USED RUGS... ALSO BED SPRINGS AND MATTRESSES FOR OUR BARGAIN BASEMENT. 5floo For Your Old Living Room Suite Regardless of age or condition. NO MONEY DOWN! 78 WEEKS TO PAY! For Your Old Bedroom Suite Regardless of age or condition. EXAMPLE . . . NEW LIVING ROOM SUITE $139.95 Your Trade-in $ 50.00 Regardless of age or condition m*m**^mmmm YOU PAY ONLY. ... $89" 95 • EXAMPLE" NEW 9' x 12' Axminster Rug $69.95 Your Trade-in $ 10.00 Regardless of age or condition —— YOU PAY ONLY. . . $59" 95 EXAMPLE NEW BEDROOM OUTFIT $139.95 Your Trade-In $ 50.00 Regardless of age or condition YOU PAY ONLY. . . $89' 95 EXAMPLE . . NEW BREAKFAST SET $59.95 Your Trade-in $ 20.00 Regardless of age or condition ******—**** YOU PAY ONLY. . . $39 .95 • • EXAMPLE New Innerspring Mattress $49.95 Your Trade-In $ 10.00 Regardless of age or condition *—i—m YOU PAY ONLY. . . $39" 95 EXAMPLE . . . NEW SOFA BED $69.95 Your Trade-in $ 20.00 Regardless of age or condition •MMHMWMI YOU PAY ONLY. . . $49" 95 10-YEAR WRITTEN GUARANTEE WITH EVERY FURNITURE PURCHASE FREE DELIVERY ANYWHERE IN INDIANA EASY TERMS 412 E. MARKET TQSIEttS/i/m/fi/re 412 E. MARKET EASY TERMS Store Hours: Moh. thro Frl. 9 a. m. to 5 p. m., Sat., 9 a. m. to 9 p. m. Cloud W«d. afternoon. For evening appointment phone 3552 before 5 p.m. YOUR MONEY BACK If within 90 days, you can buy the «omo or avon limllar merchandise, anywhora in Indiana for leu than you hava paid u» for if, we w!H immediately arid cheerfully refund the diffurenco. . GENE MOVER, Mnr.

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