LOGANSPORT PUBLIC LIBRARTf Thursday Eveniag, June 20, 1957. cough and lockjaw with one shot, a London newspaper said today. Botch of Vaccine Rejected by U. S. Health Department ,. CAKMEL calif. HJP> - A ttMcirrwiwIr ,t™ ™. .r,, combination" vaccine for polio, WASHINGTON (UP) - The U.S. diphtheria, whooping cough and Public Health Service said it has] tetanus can now be used effective- rejected six million doses of polio ly and with no apparent hazards vaccine which "failed to meet minimum requirements for potency." It said the vaccine is being re. tested by the manufacturer to see if any can be salvaged. The service declined to name the company which produced the vaccine. It said the vaccine, produced in the last two or three weeks, never reached the public. •LONDON (UP) — British scientists are working on a new vaccine which will provide immunization against polio, diphtheria, whopping on babies, a Nashville," Tenn., research scientist said Tuesday. Dr. Randolph Batson of Vanderbilt University told members of the American Pediatrie Society that polio vaccine and other vaccines can also be administered to infants under 6 weeks of age. Batson said he and other scientists working on vaccine reactions feel that "if significant antibody responses were demonstrated in this age group the poliomyelitis vaccination program could be integrated into well established baby immunization procedures." Winamac The Gleaners circle of the Meth odist church will meet Tuesday, June 25, at 8 p.m. in the home of Mrs. Clay Zellers. Hostesses will be MLss Myrtle Mitchell, Mrs. Ruth Keys, Mrs. Elhabeth Mooi and Mrs. Hazel Tetzloof. Program leader will be Mrs'. Amanda Bledsoe and Mrs. lone Hall will have charge of devotions. Members are to note that this is a change of time and place. The Winamac Mothers club celebrated thair fiftieth anniversary Friday, June 14, in the social room of the Methodist church. The tables were decorated in white and gold, Daisies-(the club flower) and gold numerals were'used and the officers table held a large, tiered, gold and white decorated cake. Each guest was presented with a. buttonier as she entered. Excerpts, from the minutes of the meetings for the fifty years were read by the president, Mrs. L. G. Salla. The secretary Mrs. Fred Russell called the roll of new members for each year. Two charter members, Mrs. W. L. Overholser and Mrs. Ruth Keys, answered roll call and were presented with candles from the officers table. Miss Sharon Lewis, in white costume gave a ballet dance from the Swan Song and Lenore Koep- ky in a gold costume performed her baton twicling routine. < Hostesses for the day were Mrs. Carl Somers, Mrs. E. V. Atkinson, Mrs. Brooks Roudebush, Mrs. L. G. Salla, Mrs. W. L. OverhoLser and Mrs. Harry Ross. Tom Anspach, student at ' the Milwaukee School of Engineering, will come Thursday to spend a week between terms' vacation in the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Anspach. The Monroe township Farm Bureau met Tuesday evening at the American Legion home. Group singing was led by the president, Frank Paulsen, and he read a poem for devotions. A movie, The Price of Freedom, was shown by Harold Lange. Special' guests were . Mr. and Mrs. Robert Jenkins and daughter.- He is the county president and announced the appointment oE a nominating 'committee consisting- o£ Mr. Jesse Spurgeon Sr., Archie Clark and Dale Fahler. He also announced the plans for the county picnic to be held -in .the Winamac park June . 30. Each Farm Bureau family is-asked to invite an urban family. Refresh- ments were served by the Ed Loehmer family. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Knarr and daughter, Romaine, were business visitors in South Bend, Wednesday Twin children, a boy. and a girl were born to Mr. and Mrs. Riph- ard Dickensheets of Winamac, June 16,. at St. Joseph hospital Logansport. A daughter was born June 17, to Mr. .and Mrs. Richard Meyers of Francesville, at St. Joseph hospital, Logansport. Mrs. Meyers is the former Miss -Wanda Shidler. Ken Anspach was fined $1 and costs in Justice ot the Peace Delbert Lebo's court on charge of speeding, filed by State Trooper Joseph Ciliak. A farewell dinner was given by the congregation of the Methodist church in honor of the Rev. John Paul Jones family who are mov- Logansport, Indiana, Pharos-Tribune Seven ing to Princeton, Dr. M. T. Barco was master of ceremonies and responses were given by Mrs. Gill Gordon, William Gates William Hall, Mrs. Katie Miller, Frank Paulsen, Mrs, Art Koclier, Charles Arens and Herbert Lathrop. Rev. and Mrs. Jones each gave a short talk. Fred Schultz of Star City was taken by ambulance plane from the Knox airport, Saturday, to Mayo hospital, Rochester, Minn., for treatment. He was accompanied by his wife in the plane. Her father Mr. Al Fritz and his father, Mr. Carl Schultz, went by car the same day. The Schultz children are visiting relatives here and at Slar City while their parents are away. AN HERB CENTER BOONE, N. C.—This town nestled at the foot of Rich Mountain is a leading collection center for drug' firms and evergreen companies which buy roots, herbs, bark and various mountain plants , and leaves. The herbs and leaves are used in medicinal preparations and in decoration designs. Read the Classified Ads Texas' produced 6,946 million gallons of natural gas liquids, valued at $353 million during 1956. ATHLETE'S FOOT GERM HOW TO Kill IT. IN ONE HOUR. If not pleased, your 40c back at any drug counter. This STRONG germicide sloughs off infected skin. Exposes more germs to its killing action. 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