Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on December 20, 1957 · Page 32
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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 32

Logansport, Indiana
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Friday, December 20, 1957
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LOGANSPORT PUBLIC UBRAKi Sixteen logansport, Indiana, Pharos-Tribune Plans App al To Court on Trial Verdict INDIANAPOLIS (UP) — Marion County Prosecutor John Tinder said today ho will appeal to the Indiana Supreme Court outcome of the second manslaughter trial of Mrs. Elizabeth Sullivan because the trial judge recommended acquittal and the jury did not consider the case. Mrs. Sullivan was found jnno- Adams Township Farm Bureau Holds Yule Program Members of the Adams township Farm Bureau held a Christmas program Wednesday at the Memorial Home. 175 Attend Local Reunion Of Alcoholics Approximately 175 persons attended the first reunion of all A~talk"on the Better Farming "graduates" of the Alcoholic Re- and Better Living program waslhabililation ward at the Logans- given by Earl James assistant:port state hospital, which was held county agent. Ealph Swank, Fulton county co-op director, spoke on cooperatives, and John. Swank, rural youth leader, talked on his recent trip to Colorado. Devotions and prayer were lead by Bob Green. The members sang cent in Boone Circuit Court late Wednesday. Boone Circuit Judge Charles F. Thompson presided in the three- day trial at Lebanon. Mrs. Sullivan was convicted twoi te e for the January meeting are years ago in Marion County of the ^"f Ncead ' L P ton . Woodhouse, fatal stabbing of her husband,,Charles Swope. Lewis McKmley Julian, then Sunday editor of the, and Hubert Champ. Indianapolis Star, He' was found dead of a knife wound Dec. 23, 1954, in his home here. Mrs. Sullivan, now living in Columbus, was granted a new trial on grounds the judge erred in fail- Thursday evening at Longcliff. Twenty-four cities were represented by "graduates" and AA members, with Fort Wayne sending the largest delegation, 36. Speakers included one of the men who was graduated from the Christmas carols and Pet and Hob-'Longcliff treatment program a by members met with their lead-jyear and a half ago and Dr, er. Mrs. Green. ! Donald Brodie oi Indianapolis, an Members of the social commit-.original member of the Indiana Commission on Alcoholism, who has been serving as a consultant at Longcliff. The ex-patient, now a business man in a nearby county, told how he obtained serenity, humility, and peace o£ mind as a patient at the local state hospital. Dr. Brodie declared that it was a red letter day for the stale of Christian Church To Present Yule Music at Longcliff - , The King David choir o£ the . ]mliana . s flrs . alcoholic rehabili- ing to give a proper final instruc-1 Ninth street Christian church will | tatlon ward was ope ned at Long- tion. .present a special program of: c j i( £ j n Augusc, 1954. Thompson recommended the j Christmas music, Sunday, 7 p.m., I jj e re called at that time many jury to return a finding of not guilty on grounds of "insufficient evidence." Tinder said he would ask the high court to reverse Thompson's action. He said the jury, not thej judge, is the legal authority for j Christmas carols. in the chapel at Longcliff hospital.' of the sta£f members resented al- Numbers they will. sing include: : co holics being admitted to a 'Jingle Bells "White 'Frosty the Snow- mental institution. Christmas", "Ru-, "AS time went on that attitude deciding on the sufficiency of evidence. Tinder said that interpretation is backed up by numerous decisions of the high court. The Constitutional guarantee dolph the Red Nosed Reindeer",'changed, not because of what "Deck the Halls", and several they read, but because of what they saw," he said. Dr. Frank Hogie, assistant superintendent, praised the work be- Spccial numbers are as follows: piano solo, Tonya Regan; flute solo, Susan Wharton; vocal duet, ing done by Laurence P. Smith, Lee Gaumer and David Bashore. ;co-ordinator of the alcoholic rehabilitation ward, who presided at the meeting. An alcoholic, who is a magician, The choir of 37 boys and girls, against double jeopardy prevents j 9 to 11 years of age, will assemble MRS. Sullivan from being tried, at the church at 6 :15 p.m., and will „ -, „ again for the same crime regard-1 go by chartered bus to the hospit-: provided entertainment. Chaplain less of the high court's action on !a) _ Fo ]] ow j ng t h e program, the Roy Fisher, led the group in re- Tinder's appeal. _ .! members will enjoy a Christmas'peating the AA prayer to open the Tinder's appeal was interpreted j par[y at the parsonagei Mrs Ken-i meeting, and Chaplain M. R. Milas an effort to clear up the techi- neth Brady is music direo |. or and i; er ]ed the Lord's prayer to close nal angle involved in Thompsons Misg Eslher Deitricn will acc()m .!Uie meeting. action. Calvary Presbyterian Church Plans Cantata Christmas will be observed Sunday as well as Christmas Eve at j Grass pany them at the piano. Yule Program at Grass Creek Church Coffee and doughnuts were served to those attending. They were from Kokomo Columbia City, Anderson, Crawfordsville, Lafayette, Walton, Fowler, Indianapolis, Syracuse, Tipton, Rochester, the Calvary Presbyterian church, with special music and baptism of infants in the morning and a Christmas cantata that evening. The choir will sing special Christmas songs at the morning service, when the annual baptismal rites will be conducted, according to the pastor, the Kev. Harold King. The chancel choir will present the cantata, "The Music of Christmas," at 7 o'clock Sunday evening. The cantata will be accompanied by portrayal of the Christmas story in a color film. Local Navy Trainee Honored for TopGrades Navy Ensign Charles C. Cromer of Logansport was selected as "Student oi' the Week", Nov. 18-25, at the Saufley Field Naval Auxiliary Air Station at Pensacola, Fla. Ensign Cromer is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Oscar D. Cromer, 1010 W. Market street. His wife is the Creek Evangelical United Brethren church will be given Sunday evening, Dec. 22, at 7:30. The Children's Department will give a miscellaneous program at the beginning, which will be followed by the play, "Lo A Star", presented by the young people. Mrs. Doris Hill is directing the play. An offering for Otterbein Home will be received. D. H. Pellett is the pastor. Death and Funerals DECKER Final rites for Roy H. Decker, 54, of 2130 Jefferson street, were held Friday afternoon at the Fisher funeral home, under the auspices of the Orient Masonic Lodge 272. The Rev. H. H. Hashberger officiated. Burial was in Mt. Hope cemetery. FUNK Funeral services for Harry E. Noblesville, Carmel, Monticello, Columbus, Terre Haute, Kirklin, New Castle, Muncie, Fortj Wayne and Logansport. 34 at Adams Township Farm Bureau Meeting Ralph Swank, cooperative director from Fulton county, discussed cooperatives at a meeting of the Adams Township Farm Bureau) on Wednesday at Memorial Hall; 34 attended. Bopbie Green led devotions. Christmas carols were sung. Earl James, assistant county agent, talked about '.he "Better Living", Better Farming" project. Jovhn Swank, Rural Youth leader, talked about his trip to Colorado. Pet and Hobby club members met with their leader, Mrs. Bud Green. On the social committee for the January meeting jare Daniel Nead, Upton Wood- funeral services lor Harry *.. , char]es Swope| Lewis Mc . Funk, 82, of route 4, city, will be Kink ,' Herbert cham _ at 2 p.m. Saturday at the Chase- Miller funeral home, with the Rev. Kinkley, Herbert Champ. former Mary L. Stegall, 614 W.!Everett Nixon officiating. Burial Broadway. will be in the Onward cemetery. Cromer was picked over 500 other trainees for pre-solo, solo work In flight training. Read the Classified Ads COLLISION KILLS DOE GREENVILLE, Miss, (UP)—A young doe was killed yesterday when frightened by a loaded school "bus. The deer ran at full speed into a barn door. St. 'Luke's Lutheran Church Program Set ' On Christmas Eve A Christmas Eve Service of worship and song will be held in the St. Luke's Lutheran- church at 10:30 p.m. Preceeding the service Christmas Preludes will be played by Miss Nancy VanAUen the Church Organist. The service will open with the singing of several Christmas Carols with a responsive reading of the Christmas Scripture. A Christmas message, "The Light in Darkness" will be brought by the pastor, Rev. W. C. Davis, Jr. After the Worship service a Cantata of Christmas Music will be presented by the Church Choir. "The Music of Christmas" by Ira B. Wilson will"be presented by the 'choir with tableaus of the Christmas scenes by members of the congregation. Songs for the Cantata will be: "Holy Night" sung by the choir; "0 Little Town of Bethlehem," a two part chorus; "Good Tidings" with a solo by Goldie Chase and the choir; "Glory Be To God," by the choir; "The Magi" sung by the choir and the men's chorus in unison; "Little Lord Jesus" by the choir and a solo by Gladys Etnire; and "The Living Song' sung by the choir. . Members of the Church Choir are- Goldie Chase, Ina Clements, Mildred Donbowe, Mlnnie_ Sang, Barbara Davis, Helen Davis, Daisy Hinkle Karen Runs, Shirley Conn, Mi'chele Rhodes, Vickey Willis Marilyn Isaacs, Gladys Etnire, Freda VanAUen, A. D. Dotterer, Phil Conn, Don Spang'er, Qumcy Myers, Francis VanAUen, Wayne Hartmann. Taking part in the Taoleaus: as Mary, Christina Chambers; as Angels: Arlene Isaacs, Caroline Conn, Pamela Jones, James wii- lis Gene Isaacs, Lin Isaacs, Walter Davis: as -Shepherds: Harry Jones, Ro'ger Dittroan, Stephen Spangle'r; and as Wisemen: Robert Adarria, John Conn, and Carl Hardt. The Organist for the service :s Miss Nancy VanAllen, with Raymond L. Etnire director of the cjioir. The tableaus will be ai- -anged by Freda VanAllen, Edna Conn, and Florence Spangler. Bethel and Anoka Church Choirs to Present Cantata The combined choirs of the Bethel and Anoka Methodist churches will present a Christmas Cantata, "Song of the Holy Night" by Roger C. Wilson. The choir will consist of 36 young people under the direction of Dick Campton. The cantata is scheduled for Sunday, Dec. 22 at 2:30 p.m. at the Bethel church and on Monday, Dec. 23 at 7:30 p.m. at the Anoka church. The numbers included in the cantata are: "Look Back to Bethlehem," "To the City of David", "The Holy Night", "Glory to God",' "At the Manger", "The Good Shepherd", "Son oE the Holy Night". TURNCOAT ENGAGED MINNEAPOLIS (UP) — Richard R. Tenneson, 24, a GI turncoat during the Korean War, announced Thursday night that he is engaged to a Minneapolis secretary. TWICE THE RATE—Lt. Gen. Clar. encc Irvine, Air Force chief of material, tells a Senate subcommittee that the Air Force has the present facilities to produce ballistic missiles at twice the present planned rate. (International.) Jerry Jenkins Ends Combat Training CAMP PENDLETON, Calif (FHTNO—Marine Pvt. Jerry L. Jenkins, son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles E. Jenkins of 414 W. Capitol St., Flora, Ind., completed four weeks of individual combat training Nov. 29 at the Marine Corps Base, Camp Pcndleton, Calif. The course included the latest infantry tactics, first aid, demolitions, field fortifications and advanced schooling on weapons. Trainees learn that ail Marines are basically infantrymen, whether they serve as cooks, typists, truck drivers, or with aviation units. Card of Thanks We wish to sincerely thank all our neighbors, relatives and friends for their kindness shown us during the illness and death of our father Louis B. Jones. The Children Jim White Fire Insurance Ph. 2491 Card of Thanks Our thanks to friends, neighbors and relatives for flowers and acts of kindness. —Dan Trobaugh family. In Loving Memory Of Geneva Modiselt who passed away Dec. 21, 1953 —Her husband and children. Ens. Cromer Named 'Student of Week' At Naval Base PENSACOLA, Fla. (FHTNC) Ens. Charles C. Cromer was selected as "Student of the Week" at the Saufley Field Naval Auxiliary Air Station, Pensacola, Fla., during the week of Nov. 18-25. Ens. Cromer is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Oscar D. Cromer of 1010 W. Market St., Logansport, Ind., •and husband of the former Miss Mary L. Stegall of 614 W. Broadway, Logansport, Ind. He was chosen over more than five hundred o!her flight trainees for his excellent work during pre- solo, solo, and precision stages of flight training. Also- counting toward his selection were his outstanding leadership qualities, hLsj spirit of group cooperation, andi his attitude toward his instructors and fellow students. In Memorium In memory of Staff Sgt. Warner Eugene Renner. Dear Son, you are not forgotten, Though on earth you are no more Still in memory you are with us, As you always were before. —The Family. Mr. and Mrs. Willis Renner, Walter; Mr. and Mrs. Cleo Patton; Mr. and Mrs. Donald Renner. CARNATIONM/LK or Contented Babies ARNIl/AL 250 Attend VFW Christmas Supper Approximately 250 members and their families attended the annual VFW Christmas supper Wednesday evening at the VFW home. The turkey dinner was served by the ladies auxiliary. Guests introduced by Commander Richard Webster were Noel Fred, district junior vice-commander; Homer Beall, state Americanism chairman; Ed Burket, i district commander; and Ran| dolph Lanning, president of the Cass county commissioners. It was announced that Santa will pass out treats for all children at the VFW children's Christmas party at 7 p.m. Saturday at the VFW home. INJURIES ARE FATAL INDIANAPOLIS (-UP)—Richard T. Moore, 21, died Thursday of injuries sustained last Sunday as a result of an automobile crash ! on U.S. 231 north of Crawfordsville 'last Sunday. Roberta Cooper, 19, an Indiana University coed from Evansville, was killed outright. • Kleenex 2B ox49c CANISTER • Crisco 3iB.89c STARKIST • Tuna 3 F o r $1.00 NBC • Ritz BOX 35c •».-^ -^ Penny Food Copers MAXWELL HOUSE ~jfl • COFFEE u, 7VC With $5.00 Purchase GOLD MEDAL • FLOUR ANGEL POOD • CAKE 25 U>. Bag 13 Egg TASTY ICECREAM 1.99 39c 99c NOTICE HOLIDAY HOURS OPEN ALL DAY SUNDAY-7 a m. to 6 p. m. December 22nd MONDAY-TUESDAY 7 a. m. to 9 p. m. CLOSED ALL DAY CHRISTMAS PR). Sat. Sun. Specials Jg^ltKriMITl. U. S. NO. 1 • POTATOES CALIF. NAVEL • ORANGES PUERTO RICANS • YAMS CALIF. JUMBO • CELERY 101 29c 49c 39c 25c BEARIDS-'PRES H-BRONZ TURKEYS HENS 53c TOMS 41 c ORDER NOW! ORDERS MUST BE IN BY DEC. 22 FRESH CAPONS Lb. 55c Banner Food Marktes HOLIDAY SPECIALS CHRISTMAS TREES $1.98 POTATOES • 50 IB. $1.29 ORANGES •"•- 4DOZ.99c TANGERINES • 3 DOZ. $1.00 JONATHAN APPLES - 10 LB. 79c CRANBERRIES 1 Ib. cello pak 2 Ib. 35c ALL VARIETY OF NUTS AND FANCY FRUITS All Sizes of Tangatos, Oranges and Tangerines Open Sunday and Daily 8 a. m. to 10 p. m. 17th STREET FRUIT MARKET T7th & Erie Ave. Plenty Free Parking Spoce Phone 4258 JOHN & ANN . . . BETTY & CHAS. WISH YOU A MERRY CHRISTMAS Thank you for your patronage during the last year ROUND and SQUARE DANCING SATURDAY N.'GHT Music by Gladys French Orch. P. S. — Big New Years Dance ROYALE BAR ROYAL CENTER, IND. Our Store Will Be CLOSED WEDNESDAY and THURSDAY DECEMBER 25th and 26th Have a Merry Christmas HALL'S FOOD SHOP T828 E. Broadway Phone 4710 Friday Evening, December 20, 1957. Boarding Kennel BATHING AND CUPPING Gladys 0. Money Hy. 54 fait RUBBER STAMPS Made In Our Own Plant 2-DAY DELIVERY CHRONICLE PR'NTING CO. 417 Market Ph. 4362 Hallmark Cfiristmat Card* When You Caro Enough To Send The Very Beit COONIE'S GIFT SHOP Walton, Indiana Myers Greenhouse. Dial 3996 Card of Thanks We wisl) to express our thanks for the many acts of kindness and sympathy extended to us by our .neighbors, friends and fellow workers, during our time of sorrow. May God bless you. Mr. and Mrs. Carlo Scarpellini Mr. and Mrs. Francis Scarpellini and Family Mr. and Mrs. John Scarpcllini and Family Miss Virginia Scarpellini 2018 North Slrwl Phon. 4789 Roy L. Crume GENERAl AUCTIONEER • Farm Sales • Household Goods • Real Estate 1735 Sopth Dixon Road Kokomo, Indiana PHONE COLLECT: GJ. 26619 Kokomo, Indiana ROUND AND SQUARE DANCING Izaak Walton League SATU«PAY-9:30-12:30 WHITMAN'S Famous SAMPLER CANDY The World'. Biggest Candy Seller— So Fine — So Famou* 5o Sure to Pleat. $2 box TIMBERLAKE'S Orient Lodge, No. 272, F. and A. M. Called meeting Saturday, Dec. 21, 6:30 p.m. Work in Master Mason degree. Refreshments. —Cletus C. Fitz, W. !Vf. YOUR BEST BUY Nx \\ For BRIGHT '///, QRVRKUMG; ''///TV PICTURES" V^ THERE'S MORE TO HEAR AND SEE IN THC FAIRF1ELD Modtl A2223 21* dlao, m««i. 262 M. (n. rec> tanrjutoc plclura area. AvXiibk to ehfrict oi 4 llnlihet. fINKT P/CTUW DCM/1 New Super HORIZONTAL CHASSIS wit* Ejtlend«d Band Video AmoWlef —allows up to 350,000 more cyclei of picture Information to reach the TV screen for greater picture detail, depth, realism than ordinary narrow band TV receiver!. Hat 18,040 »0lt« o* picture power. PKTUKt SfAKKtt New SUNSHINE PICTURE TUBE with new Zenith high speed electron gun thai drives electrons against (he screen hard and fast— pictures sparkle with bright highlights. New design eliminates trouble some Ion trap magnet which, when Improperly adjusted, causes low-brightness, fuzzy detail. JTATI FARM INSUIANCI Announcing The Appointment 01 Melvin A. Riley as an agent, for STATE FARM INSURANCE CO. AUTO-LIFE—FIRE Office 1314 E. Broadway Phone 3437 APPLES for the HOLIDAYS Delicious $2.25 Bushel Stoymen Winesap S3.00 Bushel Rome Beauty $3.00 Bushel JASPER FLORY & SON DICK FLORY, Mgr. ' East on High Street Rood DON'T FORGET YOUR CHRISTMAS ICE CREAM FIGURINES AND STENCIL PLACE YOUR ORDER NOW AT YOUR DEALERS i K I | 113 5th WATTS ICE CREAM I % Phone 4504 x K SUNHEAT gives you UNIFORM PERFORMANCE laboratory-controlled at Sun'j great refineries, Sunheat uniformity a constant in every gallon. Sunheat's uniform quality means efficient, unfailing operation of your burner ...•without frequent adjustments. MADI »Y THE MAKIRS Of «LU( SUNOCO OASOLINI ALDER COAL & FUEL OIL CO. 1403 Woodlawn Phone 4422 IH fl, m*a*. 202 M. fn. of ftc, tartguiar pfctur* •*«•, Surrfhto* Plctun TutM. Sup*f HorilonUI Cft«)ii*. In oralnid Mahogany of •l«rnj Oak co loft. EASY TERMS TODD'S "The Store That Service Built" 327 Eait Market Phon* 3300 DANCE AMERICAN LEGION CLUB 416 High St. Saturday, December 21 - 9 pm to 12 am MUSIC BY BOB WILLIAMSON'S BAND For your convenience we will be Open This Monday (Dec. 23rd) 8 A. M. Until Midnight Keitzer's Drive-ln

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