Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on June 26, 1957 · Page 5
Get access to this page with a Free Trial

Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 5

Logansport, Indiana
Issue Date:
Wednesday, June 26, 1957
Page 5
Start Free Trial

Wednesday Evening, June 26, 1957. Spot First Hurricane NEW ORLEANS (UP)— The season's first hurricane, a "full- grown lady" named Audrey, headed toward the Texas - Louisiana coast today winds. carrying 100 m.p.h. The latest advisory placed the fas*. - growing but slow - moving storm at less than 500 miles southwest of New Orleans and about 300 miles south of Brownsville, Tex. Gales extended 125 miles from the center. Forecasters said movement was in a generally northward dire-jUon at about Geven m.p.h. The hurricane's direction was expected to swing around toward the north- northeast, labutement. The Louisiana coast appeared to ' The driver was enroute to Lo- the Methodist Men who are assisting in several ways. Rev. and Mrs. Gilbert Piker will help with the ushering and host and hostess group. Miss Lois VanMeter, 18, of Buffalo, daughter of Loyd Van Meter, escaped with bruises when '.he 1957 tudor she was driving, skidded and overturned on the wet blacktop in front of the Stilwell home near the Caley church Camden Miss Anna Galinore is attending Girls' State at Indiana university this week. She was sponsored by Legion Auxiliary unit 413. Members of the Young People's class and their families of the Methodist church held a weiner roast at the park here Sunday. Miss Joan Allen has returned from New York city where she visited friends. Guests of relatives here have John McCain, third vice president; Duncan MacNale, secretary; Frank Smith, treasurer; Gerald Seiber, assistant treasurer; Frank Stiles, tail twister; John Case, lion tarn- day evening at St. John's Evangelical Lutheran, church in Elwood. tant; Kenneth. Wertz, finance officer; Donald IjeWitt, service offi- Liturgist was Rev. Frank L. Ste-jcer; Fred A. Leslie, chaplain; Logansport, Indiana, Pharos-Tribune Fir* Slagle, Geneva Snyder, Muriel Williams, Mary Willy, Alma Sonrrouth, venson, secretary of Indiana Sy-iLowell Edging, historian; RobertlRuth Edging and Miss Judy Hodge, nod; homilist was Rev. Albert E. JDeel, sergeant-at-arms; Jerry Rober; and directors Winfrey. Lloyd I Birch. Ast of ordination was given ertson, membership chairman; and Albert Verrill.. Other directors] by Rev. Dr. Walter M. Wick, pres- are Morris Cohee and Max Gish,! ident of Indiana Synod, and Rev. who replaced' Howard Myers. Dr. Donald E. Elder, .secretary of aey curci **"*j^> <JL j. C i«i.i*ca m.-ic nave .Monday during the rain. Miss Van I been Mr. and Mrs. John Allbaugh and her car skidded, plunging into a ditch on the south side of the and turned upside down, had! led around and headed back' 1 •.vest. Miss VanMeter laned in the back seat of the automobile. The car narrowly missed going over an be the most likely spot for it to reach the mainland, but Texas remained alerted. The New Orleans Weather Buand rou^'h along the were warned said hi^h tides were expected reau seas coast today. Ships to remain in port. Mrs. Barry Sullivan Is Awarded Divorce SANTA MONICA, Calif. tUP)- Mrs. Marie .Sullivan has been Meter, driving back of a slowj and daughter of Tuscon, Ariz. moving car, applied the brakes,! War Mother club meeting has been postponed until Thursday, June ll. card party will be held at the swirled around and headed 'back Deer Creek conservation club Monday evening. An ice cream party will be held Thursday evening in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Zook by members of the 0 and E class and their families. Members must bring cake and table service. Members of the Lions club held a dinner meeting in the Lutheran church Wednesday evening. The following officers were installed by Frank Wilcox, chairman of zone 25: Robert Slinehart, president; Dean McCain, vice president; Carl Dittman, second vice president; gansport where she is e'mployed '.his summer. Deputy Sheriff Earl Walters who investigated took her to a doctor for a checkup. She had head and leg bruises. The car was reported a total loss. Lois is a student at Taylor University at Upland where she will be a sophomore next fall. Mr:s. Charles Mowrcr, of near Idaville, visited Friday afternoon will) Mr; - Charles Tanscy in Del- ; ' hi ' Mrs. Tansey who is a Tor- granted a divorce from screen a«- >™ r ,, :n ' ; , r:cnt , of Adal ™ To tor Barry Sullivan on testimony i " s ! " w:th a hcarl ail ™nt. her husband left her last. March Mr. and Mrs. Harold Pansier of and "had no intention of ing." The 20 - year marriage Tuesday when Superior ud „„ ret 30 s i'"f- r Drive, had as dinner guests Sunday Mr. i/id Mrs. W. .1. ended | Fancier, of Royal Center; Mrs. i }Iarr y Kloenne and son of Peru, ward R. .Brand granted the di-! and Mr - and Mrs - Charles Mou- vorce and approved a property rel '' " r nt;ar Idaville. The dinner .settlement under which Mrs. Sullivan will receive $2.100 monthly alimony and a perecsitjjg of th ac- imony and a percentage of the actor's earnings. The Sullivans w:rc married al Tijuana, Alex., Aug. 13, 1U37. in honor of Stephen Pansier who observed hi.s birthday. Michael Pansier returned home after spending the la.st month in Peru. Monticello Sgt. Carolyn Poe, in the service of the WAC's the past three years, has receive-'! her discharge from the .service and arrived home Monday, in time to be with her mother. Mrs. Inez Pr,e, who was scheduled to submit to surrcry al the St. Joseph Hospital at j,o- gan.sport. Mrs. I'M: entered the, hospital Monday afternoon, lo ur.- ! dcrgo her eighth .surgical ordeal, j Carolyn has boon stationed al the Pentagon al Washington, D.C., doing secretarial work for top army officers. She received her hoot training in the WAC's at Fort McClcllan, Alabama, ami, .since that time has been assigned to the Pentagon. She made the trip to Indianapolis hy train from Washington where she was met and accompanied back to Monticello by her sister, Mi.ss I/iime Poe and Mis.s Phyllis Mahoiicy. Final p!;in.s v/e,re made for f .ho annual MonticMlo Methodist WSCS Smorgasbord at a called meeting at 'He church. Mrs. 0. ('.. Krwin and Mr;.. Hiohard Howkin.son are chairman and co-chairman of the ticket sale.^. Tho advance ticket, .sale is now under way. 'Miss Ifiith Kcpp, WSCS trnas- ur'^r, and Mr;:. Alliert Wood an' taking th'.' cash donation:;. The table;; will l»; decuraleil hy Mr:;. Kdv/ard Foil/., Mr;.;. Jarr.cs Kalchtltlor, and Mr.-;. William Kcn- nev. Mrs. Frank Gi.sser assisted hy Mr;i. Alien Taylor will he in charge of the dining room. Th" beautifui serving table.s attract much aUenlion * i af-ri .V(-;ir. Mrs. .John Slraha'n and Mrs. Vrmicr: Mowrer will head the b"V(;ra;;e corn. r nilli:<:/ A vari'-ly of breads including Ihe crvf-r poi)tilar hrit-lmUcred I'.arlic bread will he .served by a grotip with Mrs. Uhl Tirnmon. 1 ; and Mr.s. Wrrt. C. Moline directing. The import;:!)! :;i'.k of Hie .ia)a/)| department will IK- in '.In- able hand.s of Mn-:. Hiehard Foil/ and Mr'!, \nrrnan Kuh! 1 /. Dessert. 1 : will he .served with Mrs. IJoyd /J'-yers and Mr.s. fia;th Baer a:s co-ciiairrn'-n. Since the general chairman. Mr.s. Kthtrl Smilh, ha.s had years of experience in tin; .sei'vin; 1 . ol ;/iea!;i .<vhe v/ill again he ( vd Un.s Mr. ;tn<l Mr. 1 ;. Sti'-rrnan Hi?:?,or I •will take charge ol the silverware. Mr>;. Ktu;ene Mnrri.son is chairman of publicity a.s'.i'.i/v,' by Mr;;. Charles Is. Corbin. Dick Howkirison ••'.'ill be chairman of I lie irn'ii who arc on the ".Virl<" Nixon ii president of DON'T MISS Toiler carriers' uniforms are a 30-50 blend of ihe Union Blue and Confederate Gray. confidential CASH LOANS quickly 1 . Rev. Duncan MacNale presented perfect attendance buttons. One- year buttons went to Winfrey Lloyd, Lewis Mullin, Gerald Seller, Frank -Stiles, Bob Wyatt, Carl Dittman, Robert Stinehart, Dean McCain. Five-year awards went to Frank Stiles, Gerald Seiber and Carl Dittman, A past president's, pin will be presented to Lewis Muliin at a later meeting. A short informal talk was given by Morris Clem of the Delphi club. A large congregation from St. Peters Lutheran church here attended the ordination of their pas- Indiana . Synod. Hev. Robert H. Heine, vice president of state synod, was the celebrant. Mrs. Fred Swihart served as organist. Mrs. Charles Bryan has been confined to Memorial hospil^I, Logansport. American Legion Post No, 413 elected Howard DeWitt and Kenneth Wertz as delegates to the state convention, at Indianapolis. Alternates are Keith Arion and R. J. Rohrabaugh. Officers of the legion post are Keith Arion, commander; John F. Kesner, first vice commander; Orval Sparks, second vice corn- tor, Rev. William J. Moscbell Sun- mander; R ( J. Rohrabaugh, adju- Lewis Mullin, judge advocate; Robert Sparks, publicity officer. New directors elected for two years were Robert Deel and Claude Linn. Thirty members of Jackson township HD club went 'on a bus trip Thursday to Indianapolis where they visited the airport and the East Gate shopping center. Those going were Mesdames Alta Bohannan, Gladys Caldwell, Pearl Hankins, Viola Cline, Fredah Gardner, Ethel Gardner, Eva Jones, Vena Trapp, Etta Jones, Maude Jones, Katie Lake, Ruby Martin, Lulu Sanderson, Fannie Hinkle, Dorothea Duncan, _ Elsie Starkey, Geneva Shanks, Stella Johnson, Martha Sanderson, Esther Hedde, Mary Wilson, Ethel the dinner club. After dinner cards were piayed. Mrs. Harold ^Wyatt, Mrs. Kenneth Bohammon, Trip committee was composed i an .d Mrs. Solomon Wickard won of Mesdames Lucille Myers, Inah Caldwell and Fedora Harrison. Twenty-three members of the WSCS met in the Methodist church Thursday evening. Mrs.. Berniece Wise, the new president, opened the meeting with prayer and tlie devotional period was conducted by Mrs. Ethel Cornelson. Lesson on "Indians" was reviewed by Mrs. Fedora Harrison. Mrs. Cora Wallace sang a solo, "I Need Jesus," accompanied at the piano by Mrs. Geneva Fultz. Mrs. Flora Primer recited a poem. During the business meeting the president named committees for the year. Hostesses were Mesdames Doris Seiber, Ida Lloyd and Goldie Pettincr. Mrs. Fred Wagoner was hostess Wednesday evening to members ofi prizes. Members of the Legion Aur'liary and their families will hold an ice creram social Monday evening, at 7 p.m. in the Camden park. Committee in charge includes Marjorie Seiber, Jacque Edging, Helca Galloway, Evelyn Chapman. SIAMESE TWINS HOLYOKE, Mass.—The nation's oldest Siamese twin sis'.ers are the Misses Mary and Margaret Gibb. Now 45, they loured with (he circus and in vaudeville for several years and later operated a gift shop here. Joir.cd at the base of the spine, they share a common circulatory system. Read the Classified Ads Open Wednesday Afternoon 226 S. Third St., I-ogansport 2855 VACATION SPECIALS Pure Silk Prints... Fashionable travelers thai know no s«a!onr. . . . packaliln, practical and oh so pretty! Right for ovory occasion. REDUCED VIOLA'S DRESS SHOP 226 Eajt Broadway See actual road-test proof! DODGE outperforms "oilier two"low-priced trucks! They're ofFI All t.hreo low-priced l.ruckH nrc lined up ;il the britlnm <j(' it Umt grfido equal to Ui» Hl.eepOHt. hill in Sftn J'VanciHco. The flu^ dropn, nnd l.tii« Kruiiling tent of climbing p6wnr m officially underway. JJotJga lukow an early lead. Halfway up. Tim exl.ni V-H nowor under tlin hood of (.lie. Dodge nemln it, quickly nhitud. ll.'n nlruitdy I.wo l(!ii|;Uin out front. And there'll ;i KKJO-lb. liiiit loud on (Kicib one of tliewi uompiirulily w|itippod InicliH. Wliui'H mart!, Uij(!f>(t m sUJI K«ii]iri({! Dodgo flathai post tha flnlih five leiiKtlui nbimd of cornpotiliori. Truck "C" und truck "I 1 " 1 junt couldn't, rnntch Hint 5!04-lip. I'numr (jiti.nl. And Uii» in junl oiio of H ruKfcerj xorii'M of ItmiH I.)int. jirovo DodKo in betil. ol llin low-priced lliroo. • Your Dodge truck dealer has proof that Dodge leads in many ways. Come in ... see other certified test-photo sequences... and fuke a demonstration ride! MOST POWER OP THE LOW-PRICED 3 PENN SHOP PENNEY'S get in on the comfortable freedom of Penney-exclusive tailoring get in on savings made possible only by expert wide-scale buying get into cool, colorful, easy-livin' Penney sportsweai . . . and Have a glorious Fourth! TC UNIVERSITY" BUTTON-DOWNS NUMBER ONE IN TWILLS ...PENNEY BUCKLE-BACKS Tho slim trim look for '57 . . snug-fit strap back, smooth un- ploatod waist, narrow log? in Ponnoy's own authentic unlvora- iry modoil Made of ruggod San- forlzad cotlon. Machine wash- 3 .49 Sizes 28 to 36 SIZQ3 small, medium largo, oxlra largo. Towncrafl's nhort sloavo summer modol takos to tho 3-bulton collar like a vai's- i ity rogular. And llioso chocks aro tho smoothosl. All flrio machine washablo i collons. WoVo a confoction collodion of DRIP DRY DOLLAR DJLLifS For sun, for soa, for shorn, Tor surol Pllsso and cropo '.»un-:;uits. Your kind ol tnrrilifc buy caus« Ihoy woar sturdy, machina wash (ouch-up iron! Sizes 1 to 1CL-, SWIMWEAR FOR THE FAMILY Misses Suits The pick of swimwear fashion in bonny COTTON PLAIDS MEN'S SWIM TRUNKS 2 .98 Throo row elastic top, handy pocket and quick drying nylon supporter. Crisp, cool collonl — tho bost of fabrics for aflfur- »wlrn comfort. BOYS' SWIM TRUNKS BOYS' COMBED COTTON BRIEFS 2 88* Tho flnont underwear val- uu Ihoro \i for your acllvo boyl Fine com-hed colton brlofs with hoal rolli3^an^ olasllc In wolol and lorj.— Full cut. 'Sizes 2 to 16 WOMEN'S BOLERO JACKET SUNDRESSES 3" Cotton print dromon with jackols In bulchor woavo rayon ihat looks Ilko llnon. Machina wurih- ablo In luko warm walor. Mlss- B» and half sl/.os. A groat buy for your out in iho nun all day swim champs. "Fit for action" brlofn or boxor typo. Sl/.o» 4-6-8. 4TH JULY FEATURE Boys' Sport SHIRTS Short SlaovoD Font colors 6 to 16. Sailaweigh Shorts 1 .59 Ponnoy'a nupor special combed cotton thai It crociso rnluctant, ftcinforixod and truated lo a cJrlp dry finiih thai niachlno wcuJiuu and ignorna !ho Iron. Siio«7 lo 14 SHOP PENNEY'S...BREEZE THRU SUMMER ON A BUD

Get access to Newspapers.com

  • The largest online newspaper archive
  • 11,800+ newspapers from the 1700s–2000s
  • Millions of additional pages added every month

Try it free