Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on June 20, 1957 · Page 13
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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 13

Logansport, Indiana
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Thursday, June 20, 1957
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Tftur»day Evening, June 20, 1957. Five Fulton Ag Judging Teams Will Go to State 247 4-H and FFA Boys and Girls From 8 States Take Part in District Judging Contest. ROCHESTER — There were 247 4-H and FFA boys and girls, and their coaches, who attended the annual Northwestern Indiana District Judging contest here Tuesday, County Agent Mike Jewett reported today. Demonstrations on nine farms, at the county fairgrounds, and at scorer; Joe Moore, 333; Dennis Barkman, 321, and alternate Bob Warner, 313 points. Forestry identification—top team was Marshall county, 1040 points and Lake county, 890. Poultry and egg contest—Teams that will go to the state' are Porter county, 2,681; Fulton, 2,633; the high school took place all day. and Fulton? 2|633 . Memb ers of the In the crop judging contpst—four.' t 5 p Fu i ton team were Roger Wa g- teams will go to the state. Fulton , oneri 909 pointSf high scorer in county, which compiled 1.823; lne contest; Walter Chapman, 905, points; La Porte, 1,790 points; For- secoml high individual scorer; Jim ter, 1,872 points; and St. Joseph, 1,750. Members of the Winning Fulton team were Bob Shaffer 635 points; Larry Shriver, 610; Bob Fraser, 580; and alternate Roger Neff, 570 points. In the livestock judging contest, ths /our winning teams were St. Joseph, 1.343 points; Fulton county, 1,266; and St. Joseph, 1,235. Members of the Fulton team were Bill McMillen, 434 point?, third high individual scorer; Karl Newcombe 419 points; Richard McLochlin, 412; and alternate Cecil Nickel), 395. In etymology identification, the winning team was from Marshall county, 2,048 points. Dairy judging contest — Fulton, 988; Marshall, 956; Lake, 953; and St. Joseph county, 945 points. Members of the Fulton team were Lylc Gohn, 334 points; high individual NOTICK TO Ol.VTKACTOH.S Movie Actor to Appeal Sentence for Assault HOLLYWOOD (UP)—Actor Anthony Franciosa today planned to appeal a 10-day jail sentence handed him by a municipal judge for assaulting a newspaper photographer. , Judge Mark Brandler Wednesday sentenced the actor, recently married to actress Shelley Winters, to 90 days in jail but suspended the sentence on condition that the defendant spend 10 days in jail, pay a $250 fine in addition to paying for the repair of the photographer's camera. Franciosa had pleaded guilty to knocking down and kicking photographer Bill Walker last April 19. The attack occurred when Walker attempted to take a. picture of Franciosa as he left the courthouse with Miss Winters. Carlson, 819 points; and alternate Roger Shriver, 793 points. Members of the third place Fulton team were Jim Cheesman, 883 points; Jim Fraser, 868; Richard Piper, 803; and alternate John N1-. WINAMAC—Funeral services for Mrs. Ida J. Fahler Summoned by Death cols, 761 points. There were 18 agricultural demonstrations, and eight teams will go to the state, all of them from La Porte county except Lake, which won the general demonstration contest. La Porfb county teams won demonstrations in crops gardens, dairy, tractor, electricity, livestock, and poultry and eggs. Dairy contests were held on the farms of Lindsey JEwen, Ted Merley, and Harry Pontius. Livestock contests on the farms of Clifford Reichard, Ray and Robert Overmire, Indian Hills farm, and Dee anil Gary Nellans. Poultry and egg contests were 'tt hold on the Lorcn Shaffer and GaivfeHinn. inriiiiim. win rc,.-.:U.-. j Marion Kline farms. H«ul«d pronoKulH up li, ihn hi,nr or X:«n J'.M. CD.ST July 1. IB-,7. li: I In-I ' <Mty UullflJtiK for the following! 100 Kfj. yardM concrete crrjun- TV» Ik r<*movjt!. 4 1 f lfi n'j, yardw pul vlruijtiriK (len« 4Tii) tons No. 4 crtiKhfil utorifj In 1m riirnlfhfMJ. tli-li v«-r«-(J imd !nc.>r- poraifrd In uu f vlrnlxlriK fi{MTtiilun 1.1'JO Kill. HfJlJlrJ HKphull t., (i(r f u r111 nh f;«l and ajrplied. FidO i»»nn hot anphalLlc concrete blmlcr «-ourHf. 2f,fi toriM hot aHphaltlc tturfjidft Mrs. Ida J. Fahler, 90, resident of near Star City for 72 years, who died at 8:10 o'clock Wednesday evening at her residence, will be Leaders Form New Cub Pack The first formal meeting and induction of members of Cub Pack 358 0 Boy Scouts of America, will take place at 8 p.m. Thursday, at the Washington Township school. Two members of Air Force personnel assigned to Bunker Hill Air Force Base have volunteered to lead the pack. They are Cubmas- ter David McKinney, USAF, and Assistant Cubmaster Donald Freeman, USAF. Assistance in the meeting will be given by Robert Kleifgen, commissioner of the Centra! District, Three Rivers Council, and Warren Holm, scout Executive of the council. Among the adult leaders to be presented are G, L. (Bud) Muehlhausen, institutional representative who will act as liaison officer between the pack, the Three Rivers Council and the Washington Township Parent-Teachers Association, which is the sponsoring organization of the new pack. Charles Beougher will serve as I/ogansport, Indiana, Pharos-Tribune Thlrtee* WINNER OF 4-H DEMONSTRATION CONTEST P.fSSjii.Sr'W-*" 1 . 3iiOHV>%TISe 4-H News held at 2 o'clock Friday afternoon I chairman of the pack committee, ~i iu_ in_. i T „-„.. i ~_..i T-7p is to ntstnhlish n nlnsr> wnrlrinp at the Fry and Lange funeral home. Born in Cass county April 1, 1807, she was the daughter o£ Nelson and Melvina Freel Cadwallader. Her marriage on May 3, 1885, was to William W. Fahler, who passed away April .8, 1940. She was a member of the American Legion Auxiliary. Mrs. Fahler is survived by two sons, Hale of Star City and Dale of Winamac; three grandchildren and six great grandchildren. One son, Hallie, of Winamac, died in January, 1957. <mii lypr, I, Thi, milt hl'lB on Ihr. a), »r« if, Incluili* «xc;iv;itlon All matitrliilK :iml nxitlirulK of i|uf rMnentK of tin. iMiri>nl np..c.iri- ffitlonH of the Hl;itfi HlKliwtiy Coni- rnlKKlon or iiirllxnn. Tho HUKMnmrill lililrlcr nlfri'i!* to cornr»|i)l« thin work mil IfUfir lltan .Ainflltil. 31. IS.'.T. A rlenonU nf 10':f nh;ill tin rt— qulrftd from niu.-h nl'ldirr HH t< Knar- anfm that h» will .filter [run «. contract with lhn Town of (!al- V«B!OII within III illiyn nfl«:r hn him h^nri rintin*^! r»f thi-. nrtcctil [uicc of hin hid i.r uroiinnnl. In III wiif-h hlrMur (1(H?H not irnli- <-otnriict with «;ilfl 'I'livvn vnillON within I hit pitrloil hxri-lii Itpniririi'il, Klllil d.-lv, )i« forfnltnil to I hi. TOW/I Into a of <;a!of thin- il j.[l:itl of Cul- J.awrnnrn Tf. Tioo . Tloard. of Trnntc nalv*Htmi, Inilla Say Disastrous Floods Hit China Provinces TOKYO (UP)-The worst floods in recent history ravaged .seven; provinces on the China mainland last year, Communist China dis-i closed for the first time today. Peiping carried reports of the floods when they occurred last! year but maintained they were| kept under control. A statement broadcast by Radio P.eiping admitted today the floods were far more serious than its previous reports indicated. KILLED IN" CRASH FORT WAYNE (UP) - John Cletus Denny, Fort Wayne was killed Wednesday night when his car failed to make a turn on an Allen County road and rolled into a field. In serious condition He is to establish a close working relationship with the institutional representative 1 and with other members of the committee. He will establish and maintain pack policies and procedures, as established by the parent institution. Joseph Benoit will serve as secretary to the new group, and Rob- DELPHI—Third quarterly meet- crt Chambers will serve as packing of the Carroll County Home Demonstration council will be held Monday at the extension office, president Marie Hanrahan announced. Mrs. Cash Clawson, executive di- Miss Jane Price, a member of the Betlilchem township Nip and Tuck 4-H Home Economics club, won the Cass county ilcmonslralion contest al the Washington township school Wednesday by demonstrating "The Smart Way to Iron a Shirt." Miss Price Is shown at the Ironing board. By winning the senior division Miss Price is eligible to compete in the district contest scheduled at Frankttirt on July 17. (Pharos-Tribune Photo-Engraving.) Carroll H-D Council Will Meet Monday treasurer. Hugh O'Donnell will oversee the advancement of Hie Cubs, oy keeping a record of their progress in the Cub Scout program. Ralph Ru.sh will be in charge o? all outings and outdoor activities. Bob Kiesling will handle public relations chores for the pack. Cub's parents are urged to attend, the meeting, at which the boys will receive their Bobcat pins tokens representing a boy's first step on the scouting trail. Twenty-one boys will be inducted DEPAUW GIVES COMMISSIONS ORKKNCASTLE (UP) — Bishop Richard C. Rainos of Indianapolis will preside tonight at the J2th annual assembly of new and fur- loughcd Methodist missionaries at Dof'auw University. Eight missionaries will be commissioned during the conference which has been in session since June 15 and 'will continue through June 22. at Lutheran Hospital was Jerry j and four transfers will be received Rohyans, 17, Fort Wayne, a pas-(from other packs, bringing the to- senger in the car. Tom E. Pierce, jtal pack membership to twenly- 15 Fort Wayne also was hurt. jjvc, • Den Mothers are as follows;. iL /-M •£• J A J Den '—Margery Meyers and Ithe Classified AaSlrcne Dectcr; Den II—Mary Mar- FAMHY SHOEOEPT. STRKETROO* to ^rork in aircooled comfort..* wear our handsome Annual Demonstrations Of Carroll 4-H Clubs Will Be Held Friday DELPHI—The annual Home Economics 4-H club demonstration contest wilt be held Friday at the REMC auditorium here. Demonstrations will start at 0:30 rector of the Lafayette district will j a.m. for the juniors In the aftcr- attend the meetinf! Reports and: noon the seniors wjn demonslrate _ announcements will be made. _ _ ... ... , , Committees In charge of the program include'Mrs. Robert Randolph, registration; and for junior demonstrations — Mrs. Raymond Temple, Mrs. Harold Tully, Mrs. Patricia Callantinc, nnd Mrs. .John E. Snoeberger; for senior demon- garct Muchlhauscn and Mary Lee Chambers; Den 111—Dorothy Crisman and Dorothy Rush; Den IV— Dorothy Farrcr and Evelyn Benoit. Norma Beouuher wilt serve as a roving Den Mother. and Mrs. Dale Craig and Miss Joyce Hoppe. Moderators will be Miss Feba Shanks and Mrs. Truman Plank. Chairs—Mary Thomas, Margaret Mobbitt, and Mrs. Junior Snider. The program will include general and special demonstrations of cherry pie baking, dairy food, raw and frozen vegetables, baking, the use of canned vegetables, and the use of (>lectricity in the home. Mrs. Frank Kirpnlrick will judge the demonstrations and select the winner to represent Carroll county in the district demonstration contest to be held July 17 at Frankfort. . B. snoeoerger; lor senior aemoii-i n , . _. •.-•111 slrations — Mrs. Lawrence Mayo|KeOd The LIOSSlTied AaS The Green Clover Schmoos 4-H club met.Tuesday afternoon at the home of Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Holmes, 236 East Columbia street. Jo Elaine Brown and Drena Leffert led the pledges after which the former presented the health and safety report. Pat N'icoles was in charge of recreation with Drena Leffert and Kathy Holmes serving refreshments. The Wohelo Girls 4-H club of Union township held its semimonthly meeting recently. The meeting was opened by the president, {Catherine McKinney. Roll Call was read by the secretary, Janice Zartman, and answered with "my pet peeve." Demonstrations were given as follows? Donna Earp, "Wise Caro for a Waffle Iron"; Phyllis Enrp, "Preparing to Cut-out a Garment"; Carol Walrous and Ann Yuck, "Correct Way to Set. a Table"; Barbara Mastellar, special demonstration for the county contest, her subject being "Making Cornbread." Vivian Brown gave a health and safely report, and refreshments were served by Donnn and Phj'IIis Gary, Kenan Cook, Barbara Lyoa and Kathy Ley. Guests were Mrs. Helen Lyon, Judy Wilson and Mar. lene Landis. The next meeting is July 16 at the Kewanna school. Elect Ohio Minister ANDERSON (UP) - The Rev. Harold Boyer, Springfield, Ohio, was re-elected chairman of the Ministerial Assembly of the International Church of God at a convention here. The Rev. C. Herbert Joiner, Arlington, Calif., was re-elected vice chairman. 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