Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on June 21, 1957 · Page 7
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first made its appearance in a Colorado feedlot in 1950. By 1954 It spread through lots in eight big cattle feeding counties of northern Colorado, and by late 1956 it hit 9 out of 11 Western states. It has spread eastward with eases reported as far as Indiana and Ohio and o'-her cases in Illinois, Iowa, Wisconsin, South Dakota; Texas and Oklahoma, the firm said. The vaccine is produced much like the Salk polio vaccine. Kidney tissue from calves is used to propagate virus in making a tissue culture product used in the process. For Salk vaccine, kidney tissue "from rhoesus monkeys is used. IBR kills many cattle and sickens other animals. Pitman-Moore speakers at the Indiana Gram Dealers convention at French Lick last week. Myron Beesley also attended the convention. Mrs. Grace Harley Colladay, Mrs. Elizabeth Colladay Hoag and daughter, Sandy, have returned to Philadelphia after a visit here with Mr. and Mrs. Luther McCain and other relatives. Mrs. Colladay spent a week with her sitser and family and were 'joined later by her daughter and granddaughter, who accompanied her back to Philadelphia. The regular meeting of the Vor- ture No. 364 40 and 8 enjoyed a meeting and barbecued dinner at the Legion home here Monday night with 100 in attendance. 'Mabel Brewer, clerk of the c ty Selective Service Board No. 7, completely restored. Delphi Letters of administration in the estate of Pearl 0. Slate have been Issued to Myrtle J. Slate in Carroll circuit court. She qualified and gave bond for $2,500. George Obear is attorney for the admin- istratrix. The District American Legion Golf tourney was held at the Delphi Country Club Saturday afternoon. Don Welkcr won low gross and No?l Van Sickle, low net. Ab- Iifir H. Bowen won the senior phy. Winners at horseshoes were Robert Bell first with Don Hurtt runner-up. Both are from Lafayette. There were sixty golfers at play. One hundred Lcgionalres attended the barbecued chicken dinner following the tourney. Dr. E. S. Emerson was general chairman in charge of arrangements. In charge of the barbecue were NOT! C 10 OF AI»5l7.\l3 ; fTfATION~ NO. 1513B STATIO OF INDIANA) )SS: COUNTY OF TAHH ) IN TIIK CASH l.MUOUIT COUHT A1M-.II. TKII.M, 11)57. Nvllco l» horuliy itlvcn thut lola P;tvlH wiLH. on tin* l.lLh day ot Juno, rj."i7, appointed AclmlnlH- trutrix with Uio \Vilt Annnxud of the KKtiila at Hu«)i M. PltssK said sick animals lose weight and has received a ca ll-for two men .milk _ production which never is for induction on July 8. The boys will meet at the Selective service office at 8:15 a.m. and will leave on the regular bus for Indianapolis. Harry Reed has been appointed administrator of the estate ofi Beecher Guthrie. He qualified and gave bond for $1,000. A marriage license was issued here Wednesday morning to William Stull of route 4, Lafayette and ; Doris Shultheis, daughter of Mr. | and Mrs. Clarence Shultheis of route 4, Delphi. Orval Shock, trustee of Jefferson township, and his advisory board has called a school meeting for taxpayers and school patrons of the township to be held at the Yeoman school Monday, June 24 at 8 o'clock to discuss the future needs of the schools of the township. All interested in the future 'f the schools are urged to attend. Mrs. Evelyn Stafford, deputy circuit- clerk, and son, Stephen, will attend the Sum family reunion at the Nohlesville park Sunday. All . i»erm>n« having clalnin Hiiltl eutiitu, whether nut now due. rmiJU file the mini in »:ild court within .six («) inonthH from tho d;ile of ttio flrHt puMl'M-tlori of thin nutlf:fi or nuld cliilniH will l,ti forever Imrrufi. iJiUed at J-iUttun.sjjort, Jmlfiina, tills 13th iliiy nf JUHI:, I!i57. I-:MZA|||<:TI| JIlKlt Clerk of tho Circuit Court for f'aii.s (.'otinty, Iildlanu IIAnOT.U J. Tt.'HKUTY Varniin Offlco l!u!l<iinif, IjOKiuiHport, Indiana Attomuy for Katate 1 4-21-28 JVO'JTCK TO TAXI'AVKIIH OK AI>- DITIO.VAJ, AI'1'HOI'HIATIONS Nrdlce I,-* hereljy Kivun to the tfixpayei'H of AdumK 'J'ownnlilp, CimH (,'ounty. Indiana, that the Advlttory Hoai-d and Trnjuoo of Haiti TowiiMhlp -wilt miiel at thu truHtcc'H office In hi« homo In mii'h town«h]p on this 8th day of July, !Sr,7. at tho hour of 7:30 o'clock I'. M (D.ST) to con/tldcr the follnwlriK ad<lltlonal appropriation, which mil'! offlcdl-H conHtdcr ntceH.sary to in'iet lh«> i;xtr;u>rdln- nry ennirtfo.ncy uxlKlltiK' tit Lliln tlino, to-wlt: Bl'KCIA!-, SCHOOIj VIINO: 12. Uopalr of JInlldliiK" and (iroundH ---- SICOO.IIO Tim roretfolriK appropriation IH In addition to approprlatlonti pro,- •viflijil for in thti exlHl-lnK InldKetM «ir:rl levleH. Taxpaynrn of Adama TownBMlii MipoarliiK at Hald meijllriK Mhall have I hi, rlwlit to ho linard then-eon, The additional appropriation HH finally made will he autoniatl- rally refi-rretl to the Htatu Hoard of Tax C'limmlHHlonisrn, which 3(oard will hold a further hoar- IIIK within flfto.nn clay" at tli county audltor'K offlco of Cat County, Indiana, or at nurli otln place as may ho d«»lKnal«rl, / nut:li hearliiK. taxpaycru ohJoi'tln to any mich additional auprnprla- tlonn may he hoard, and liitnruiiturt taxpayers may Intpilre of tht county amll'.ur when and when. • uch hearing will he heard. Dated thin 2» day c.f June. l!lf,7 DOXAI.D I). MDHH. THUSTIfiK O'N'KII-I. & O'NBIl.U ATTOHNKYS Adams Farm Group Hears REMC Talk The Adams township Farm Bureau met June 19 at the Twelve Mile community building, with thej Bethlehem township Farm Bureau j as guests. The meeting was opened with Marion Swank singing "Faith ofj Our Fathers." Fay Maus read the! poem "Just Folks." Fathers were honored, and gifts were presented to Hubert Hubenthal and Fred Skinner, the youngest and oldest fathers, respectively. W. H. Alms -and John Oswald of the Cass county n. E. M. C. spoke. A vocal number was presented y Rex and Richard Rudical, and Lee Ann Hubenthal gave a baton routine. There will be a public relations' meeting in July. Refreshments were served during he meeting, which fifty persons at- .ended. Brown ro lecture At I. U. Workshop Donald Brown, director of nurses at the Logansport stnte hospital, has been asked to serve as guest lecturer for the Indiana university Division ot Nursing -Education summer workshop to be held June 24-29 at Bloomington. Brown will lecture June 27 on. The Framework of Mental Illness. The workshop is under the direction of Lee Fuller, assistant professor of psychiatric nursing at l.U. 21-28 iRead the Classified Ads CROSSWORD PUZZLE An.w.rtoY..t.rd.y.Pu..l. 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