Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on November 5, 1957 · Page 7
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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 7

Logansport, Indiana
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Tuesday, November 5, 1957
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Tuesday Evening, November 5, 1957. OVER "MUTTNIK" Animal Lovers Urge Protest to Russians NEW YORK (UP) — Animal lovers the world over arose today and charged the Russians were "fiends" for sending a dog into space. Indignant reaction to the Russians' putting a female husky into Sputnik II, already nicknamed Multnik, to find out whether rocket travel would be safe for man resounded from New York to Naples, from San Francisco to Singapore. The general manager of the American Society for the Preven- my Moore and others. Judge for the event were Ralph Mf.-lin, Willa.rd Lee, Wayne Van Sickle, Robert Coomey, George Lamb and Jack Brown. Master of ceremonies was Wayne Talbert, chairman of the committee in charge of the event. The parade which preceded the awarding of prizes was led by the high schoo.l band. Af'er prizes had been awarded, treats were given lo each of the 250 or more children h the -parade. David Cover provided en- lion of Cruelty to Animals said) tertawmejft with his accordion in New York that the ASPCA | miu!ic _ The older or the children would urge the Stale Department j danced to recorded music on two to lodge an official protest with ; s j ( .| es O r ^ c square. Neff, Pamela Segraves, Leann Skiles, Judy Snider, William Walker, Sue Flora, Jan Harmon, Judy Mullendore, Dona Tinsman and Shirley Wagoner, seventh grade. The infant child of Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Robertson, route 2, Flora, has been transferred from the White county hospital to St. Elizabeth hospital in Lafayette. The annual Woman's Day will be observed in the Christian church on Nov. 10 at 10 a.m. by the C. W. F. Robert Nelson, secretary of the Africa Mission, will be the guest speaker. Evangelistic meetings began Sunday at the First Brethren church and will continue for two weeks, under the leadership of the Rev. C. A. Stogsdill, pastor of the Third Brethren church in' Johnston, Pennsylvania. The high' school auditorium was the scene Friday night of the Psi lota Xi sorority's production of the Russian embassy. To March on Embassy In London, officers of the Ca- Democrat township vo:ers will resolve a bitter school fij;ht when they go to the polls Tuesday to nine Defense League scheduled a i decide wheiher the Democrat march on the Soviet embassy for I township school will enter a con- today. The league and other ani- solidation with a Carroll county mal protective groups will observe I group O t townships or a minute of silence "with special Rossville School Consoli Each voter thoughts for her (the dog's) early return to earth." The horrified reaction of Britain's dog-lovers was said to have almost overshadowed public reaction to Russia's scientific achievement of hurling a living creature into space. One of the first to react in the United States was Mrs. Irene Castle McLaughlin Enzinger, member of the pre-World War 1 dance team of Vernon and Irene Castle, but most recently an avid antivivisectionist and ardent champion of dumb animals. Mrs. Enzinger said it was all right for men to be sent into • cpp(>sed will vote ••„„• space because "they can decide for themselves" whether they want to make such a trip. Calls It Wrong "After all, they (dogs) have no chance to speak up as to whether they want to be used in these experiments," Mrs. Enzinger said in Little Rock, Ark. "It's morally, spiritually and ethically wrong."_ "The Russians say the dog is still alive. Isn't that horrible? He's with the Consolidaticn. Trustee Don Mitchell has called the election to decide the issue. Polls, located in the Cutler .school for both precincts of the township, will open at 6 a.m. and close at 6 p.m. be given two ballots. One will be to resolve the isisue of joining in the Rossville consolidation. Those favoring will vote "yes" and those opposed will vote "no". The other ballot will resolve the issue of joining; with Burlington, Carrollton, Monnie and Washington 1 townships in the Car- Ayres was program chairman, assisted by Mrs. Robert Jones, di- Flora choir was m part of the 125 voice choir. with the District Board of Building and Church Location, of which he is a member. The group visit- A former Carrollton township • d churches Jn stockwell and La-couple, Mr. and Mrs. V. D, Rider! Jr., of Canoga Park, Calif., are the parents of a six-pound, four doga to study plans for building and remodeling. County-wide gleaning of corn, an teen-ounce daughter, Leslie Karen, annua i a ff a i r , will be Nov. 9, from born Oct. 18. ! i to 4 p.m., for CROP. Youth will John Moss, a former Flora resi-; meet at the Flora Presbyterian dent, has been ill at his home in'church. Farmers having fields to Macon, Georgia, according to word glean are contacting Virginia Fish- received by relatives here. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Moss. Mr. and Mrs. Robert.Noble are vacationing in Florida. A Hoosier. Conference meeting was attended recently by high school principal Keith Rose, coach Frank DeBruicker, and teachers Smith and Graves. Local net officials DeVere Hoffman, Glenn Lantz and Tom Gibson attended the ' North Central Athletic Officials meeting at Logansport. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Kirkpatrick, of south of here, visited his brother and wife, Mr. and Mrs. Charles sons. Galen Shope, of the local lodge, introduced the speakers. Wednesday night a large crowd of cub scouts, parents, leaders and friends gathered at the Christian church for the October pack meeting and Halloween party. DeVere Hoffman, cub scout chairman, awarded prizes to the masked cubs. Mr. and Mrs. Nola Finney and Everett Cochran were judges. Den winners were Jim Keyes, farmer; Andy Jackson, fat man; Tim Miller, hobo, John Meyer, farmer; Rodger Gibson, monkey; Mike Bishop, Indian; Tony Gill, er, Delphi phone 911 Blue; Lois Downham, Deer Creek'phone 2650; or Bonnie Shriver, Burlington. Mr. and Mrs. Dick Bishop at- „„ (ended the annual ho'meQoming of 'other winners were Jim Allen, Logansport, Indiana, Pharos-Tribune Seven now the only surviving member oC the family. All women of th« Presbyterial have been invited to attend a women's missionary service at the Flora Presbyterian church Nov. '7 at 2 p.m. A nationally known missionary will be the guest speaker. A tea will follow the program. The Rev. Kaye Bass, of the Flora church, was a member of a ministers' nnartplff* sinEnnf? at the Grace Brethren church will t* speaker on the same program, Nov. 4-8. Mrs. Perry Hanson, former missionary to Japan, will be tho guest speaker at the meet in? of this Craw.fordsville Presbyterial Missionary Praise Service, to be held in the Flora church Nov. 7. Members of the Carrol! county Home Demonstration c'.ubs will see the last word in cooking TVmt-e^av Mnv 7 al 1-3[1 n m. at a business session of the Crawfordsville District conference in the Crawfordsville First Methodist rector of the first curtain act.' Also | Kirkpatrick Sr., and his nephew, assisting were Miss Margaret Charles Kirkpatrick Jr. at Pitts- Mabbittt, Mrs. Dale Boiler, Mrs. i burgh, Penn. Jack Sheagloy, Mrs. Junior Har-: Mr. and Mrs. John Brubaker; mor; and Mrs. Gerald Harmon. The; former Flora residents, are here Earlham college.at Richmond. Mrs. Loren Chittick, Flora, and Mrs. • Victoria Cornell, of near Camden, visited in Chicago recently. A pancake and sausage supper will be held at the Carrollton school Wednesday from 5:30 to 7 p.m., for members of the Carrollton and. Monroe township Farm Bureaus. Carl Solomon will fry the pancakes and will be in charge of the program. A cover charge of 50 cents will be made. Three members of the Mason-, ic lodge.were presented-with 50- year membership pins at a recent ivelcome was given by Mrs. Ruth Murphy. Proceeds of the program will be used for charity. Mr. and Mrs. Stafford welcomed the many people who attended the grand opening of the Flora Bakery on West Main street Saturday. The modern equipment proved interesting as people were shown through the bakery. County auditor Hoy Musselman has received the third quarter distribution of the gas tax from the state auditor. It amounts to $76,229.79. Miss Becky Smith and Miss Sal- for a few weeks visiting their son, Dr. Dean Brubaker and family, and other relatives in this area. They now live in Modesto, Calif. Mr. and Mrs. Clj'de Bonebraker, Dick Fisher, Eddie Hamilton, Ter-! p earf j^ adminislratri>: of Ae ry Kinser and Jerry Neal. Each den took part in the program. Awards for achievements also were given. The decorating committee consisted of Mrs. Bink Keyes, Mrs. Henry Schnieb and Mrs. Herbert Lynch. Doughnuts and cider were served. The Rev. George Whipple is cubmaster. The Christian Crusaders will meet in the Culler Presbyterian church at 7:30 p.m. Tuesday. Talent night will be observed, with each church providing one entry. Jo Ellen Wagoner will be in Father and Son banquet in the charge_of ^the program Christian church. Those honored were William J. Leiter and John Hummel, of Flora, and Charles Kimbrough, of the Brethren home, west of here. The honored guests were seated of Lafayette, visited in Flora after at lne speakers' table, which was bringing his sisters, Mrs. Bertha Myer and Mrs, Lorena Flora, home from a visit .with the Bone- braker's son and family in'Colum- bus. The Rev. F. Kaye Bass, of the Flora Methodisi church, attended a meeting of the board of directors of the Methodist Ministers' Credit Union at Lafayette. He had ]y Watson give reports on!] unc h with two Flora college stu- -• i' j i • rr*U J j Ytatauu ** IIL £,''<- * '-pi-'i v-j "•• JUIHJU Wli-;i LWU r IVL a. i_uni.&t. *>"!* roll School consolidation. Those j Gir , s , gute at the Nov 5 meeting dents Brenda M cKinley and Joe favoring will volej yes and those' of t , ]e Legion Allxiliarv . The social. ciawson. In the afternoon he met Floro ( Two Flora high school students, sophomore Janalie Smith and eighth grader Stanley Evans, were straight A students for the last grading period. -Others maintaining an A-B average were: Runclla Blocher, Kenneth Flora, Shirley Rar.dle, Jeane'le Skiles hour will be directed by Mesdames Goldie Wilcox, William Remley and Neal Flora. Mabel Gibson, administratrix of the estate of her husband, the late Marion Gibson, has presented and filed her account and vouchers in final settlement. Examination will be made by Carroll circuit court on Nov. 14. Members of the Flora, Bring- probably whining, lonely and pet-'x^p rified with fear of the dark." JGuye A society for the prevention of cruelty to animals in Singapore was so upset it sent a direct protest to Communist Party boss Nikita Khrushchev at the Kremlin. Although dog-lovers agreed the Russians were "brutal" and "inhuman" for sending the dog whirling around the world 1,056 miles high, they also agreed the Russians would pay little attention to their protests. and Becky Smith, seniors; Ginny'hurst, Mt. Olivet, Radnor and .Jerri Hendrickson, Terry'Pleasant Valley Methodist church• - •• -•• • • • > es were among those attending centered with a floral piece of autumn flowers and the large golden numerals, "50". Following a family style two- course swiss steak supper, served to 132 by the C. W. F. of the church, Harry Otterman, of Frankfort, presented the pins. The main address was given by the Rev. E. C, Colema'n, of the Rockfield Presbyterian church. He is a 32nd degree Mason and past chaplain of Royal Arch Ma- eslate of the late Fred Ross, has presented and filed her account and vouchers in final settlement, and examination will be made by the Carroll circuit court on Nov. 18. Earl Parks, Mills McKinley, Chalmer Allbaugh and Glen Carey, of the Clarence Wiles Post, American Legion, attended the Sec- |ond District mee'ing at Camden. Chapb-in Earl Parks offered prayer at the opening and closing ceremonies. Sonia LandLs, of Flora, was a mong guests of Farmers Mutual Insurance company of Mulberry, at Indianapolis. Those attending the meeting, which was part of a health and safety leaders achievement trip, saw the movie. "A' round the World in Eighty Days.' Aming those accompanying the 4-H he auditorium/ Dr. Paul H. Wagaman, who has been a veterinarian in this area for several years, has started work with the State Livestock Sanitary Board, a division of the office of the State Veterinarian. His area of service will be Shelby, Hancock, Johnson and Marion j Carroll county Home Demonstra- pnnniies. The family will move lo y on agent, and Harold Berry, county agent. Guest speaker at the Sharon Baptist church Nov. 3 was Miss V. S. Prabhavati. head mistress of the Woman's Memorial Training School, Ongole, South India. The Rev. George Whipple, of rjome Service representatives of .he Public Service company will demonstrate an electronic ranc;c with various type's of foods. The public is invited. Marine private Jerry L. Jenkins, son of Ernest Jenkins. Flora, lias completed recruit training. at the Marine Corps Recruit Depot at- San Diego, Calif. The 11-week. course included all basic military- subjects and the firing of all basic infantry weapons. A series of evangelistic meetings. will be held at (he Bachelor Run Church of the Brethren starting Nov 11 and lasting for one week. The Rev. Clarence Sink, form-. erly. of Flora, and former pastor of th<; Bachelor Run and Lower Deer Creek Churches of the Brethren, will be the evangelist. The Rev. Sink now is pastor of the'. South Waterloo, Iowa, church. There will be special music each nisht. ; The Flora volunteer fire depart-' counties. The family will move that area. Mr. and Mrs. John H. Flora, Reid McCain and Mrs. Jessie Spiller attended the funeral of Edwin LaBaw, at Springfield, 111. He was the son of Mrs. Sadie LaBaw, the former Sadie Flora, of here. Hendrik Van Doom has received word of the death of his sister, Mrs. Jozmia Van Hees, 69, at The Hague, Netherlands. He is members were Miss Elaine Kruli ment is urging all properly owners- to purchase fire extinguishers to be used in home, barns, farm- buildings and places of business.. Members of the department wlio>- will explain, demonstrate and lake orders for the fire extinguishers are: Charles Stouse, Ray Cook,. Dick Leiter, Robert Sines, A. N._ Denlon, Wayne Crook. Carl Drap-" the Christian church, was the de-l«r. Wilberl Hurley. Clarence-Wat- votkmal speaker on the Carroll county program over WSAL last •week. The Rev'. John Evans of son, Joe Draper, Charles Burton, Leo Root, Dick Sines, Leon Vincy and Basil Eller. ' YOUR EDSEL DEALER INVITES YOU TO WATCH "WAGON TRAIN"—NBC-TV uyer and Cuilan Eikenberry, jun- ors; Marion Blocher, Steve Colins, Lorraine Heffner, Carolyn Wilier and Patty Stayer, sopho- •nores; Wayne Beckner, Wendy Briggs, Jill Flora,' Helen McGin- lis and Julia Redman, freshmen; Sharon Dunham, Jim Wason, Dean Beckner, Anta Curtis, Harry Jones and Tom Langston, eighth grade; Sandra Allen, Jim Matson, Louann services in the Crawfordsville high school auditorium the night of Nov. 3, to observe the 250th birthday of the Rev. Charles Wesley. The program consisted of a short drama, "Brother of the Burning Brand: Charles Wesley," and a musical program of anthems written by Samuel Sebastian Wesley, grandson of Charles Wesley. The 409-41.5 E. BROADWAY - DIAL 4166 Delphi Law enforcement officers are Investigating the destruction of a $600 bill board erected at the south edge of Delphi on U.S. 421 by. the Delphi Chamber of Commerce a few years ago. The bill board a 12 by 16 foot plywood with a Welcome to Delphi, the "Gateway to the Lakes" and other information on it, was destroyed by vandals during the past week. People residing nearby said it occurred on Thursday night supposedly as a Halloween prank. I George "-Junior" Gay, fell at the curb near the Herb Smith Uniility and Furniture Store here Friday evening and fractured his left Jeg between the hip and the knee. He was taken to St. Elizabeth hospital Saturday for treatment. "Junior" is the official weather man in Delp'ni. Maggie Stewart of Burrows who fell and fractured her hip last week was brought to her home from Memorial hospital in the Jackson ambulance. She 'is a sister of Mrs. Nancy McCormick. Mrs Ben Jackson and daughters, Mrs. Joseph Milner of Alan- la, Ga. spent last week here .-visit- Ing relatives 'and former neighbors on East Main Street. "• By the will of William Haskell, late of Los Angeles, Calif, the Del. phi library was given $1,000 to be used in any manner the library board chooses. Mr. Haskell wqs i. brother of the late Mrs. N. J. Howe, the former Mary Hasten, who was one of the promoters 01 the movement to. secure a Carne«e library for this city which was built in 1906. Mrs. Howe was a member of the library board until her dea-'h in the 1930's. Her brother William who served as administrator of her estate gave the library $1,000 at the time to establish a Howe Memorial collection of books. The Memotia. book idea has grown here until Delphi has one of the finest collection of memorial books in "he state for a city of this size. A number of books have also b«en given to honor living persons for outstanding achievement. Johnny Meyer, dressed as. a space man, was winner of the grand prize of $4 in the children's Halloween event sponsored by Del phi Chamber of Commerce on th; courthouse square Thursday. »3 is the son of Mrs. Mary Katt.ryn •Roach Meyer of near Delphi and is a pupil in St. Joseph Catholic school. Selection was made by ap plause 'of the crowd. Other first prize winers wer Rosemary Cook, David Benton Carol Tolen, Pat Leitzke, Davi> Pattie, Joe Grimm, Bill High Christine Merrell, Cindy Sales Sam Kerlin, Robert Tolen an John Meyers. Other prize wii ners were Patricia Phillips Joa Coomey, Bill Coomey, Hope Oci iney, Tommy Harlan, Paul Ha; Ian, Rist Watkins, Deanne Mil neman, Patty Houser, Donai Houser, Harold PPatton, Diann Nelson, Ed England, Bill Beard Vincent Young, Terry Beach, Tom •^ Beach, Mike Beach and Jim WEDNESDAY VALUE GEMS BOYS' WHIH SHIRTS .Famous Brand » Slightly Soiled. Save now on 'those extra shirts he needs for the holidays. Size 8 I 10 I- 12 I 13 I 14 16 Quantify ' 1 | 2 | 2 | 1 | 4 | 4 Values to 2.95 only BOYS' SHOP - FIRST FLOOR 2.25 BUY NOW AND SAVE! Save! For a Rainy Day UMBRELLAS 16-rib, attractive dolors in solid and plaid acetate rayon. Buj' for yourself and for gifts! Values lo 3.50 only 'ACCESSORIES - FIRST FLOOR 2.88 BUY NOW AND SAVE! FABRIC SALE Cotton ginghams and prints 1—3 yd. lengths, 36" wide. Perfect for aprons and other things you make for Christmas gifts! Beg. 59c - 1.29 yd. Greatly Reduced! 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The instrument panel goes beyond being handsome—it id based o:n the latest, most efficient aircraft designs: And the seats are genuine contour seats. Only the Edsel offers you all these advances —and more. Yet Edsel prices start just above t the low-priced three. Visit your Edsel Dealer this'week for sure. Try out 1958's one really new car. EDSEL DIVISION • FORD MOTOR COMPANY EDSEL New member of the Ford family of fine cars See your Edsel Dealer and rocid-check 1958's most remarkable automobile" SHILLING AUTO SALES Highway 24 at W. Linden Aye., Logansport, Ind. *fN OTHtH AKtAf ft* YOU* LOCAL SD*tL OKALMK

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