Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on June 26, 1957 · Page 9
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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 9

Logansport, Indiana
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Wednesday, June 26, 1957
Page 9
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I Wednesday Evening, June 26, 1957. Logansport, Indiana. Pharos-Tribune Nine Weeds Become Problem For Tomato Growers INDIANAPOLIS, (UP) - An Indiana farm labor and crop bulletin said today that weeds are growing fine this year. The Indiana Employment Security Division's weekly summary by areas said that "weeds in seeded tomato fiells are a serious problem." ; ' In the "Anderson area, tomato fields "look good but are becoming very weedy." "Weedy fields are a serious problem" in the Indianapolis area. "Weeds growing fine and are becoming a serious problem in direct seeded tomato fields which Fulton 4-H Camp at Limberlosr July 10 ROCHESTER — County Agent Mike Jewett said today that registrations arc now being received | for the annual 4-H club summer outing to be held at Camp Limberlost on July 10-13. The camp is jointly sponsored by Fulton and Marshall counties. Camp activities will include handicraft, archery, boating, fishing, swimming and camp-^ire programs. Fee for the three-day camp is have not been able to dry out" in!$11.50, plus $1 for transportation, the Muncie area. I Jewett said. "Hoeing and blocking costs in the tomato fields are increasing with the weed growth" in the-New Castle area. The bulletin said 2,979 out-of- area workers were on the job in Indiana, about three-fourths them Texas-Mexicans. of Capsule summaries of various state areas: Anderson—Pea harvest poor, some fields not being cut. Columbus—Tomato setting finished. Fort Wyane—Blocking of direct seeded tomatoes completed in some fields, others too wet to work. Haymaking delayed by wet weather. Indianapolis — Tomato setting almost done, considerable resetting will be necessary. Kokomo — Corn and plantings completed. soybean Lafayette — Pea harvest ending with average of 1,800 pounds per acre. LaPorte — Radish and onion harvest continue, crops and markets gool. Logansport— Muck crops good. Marion — Temporary surplus of local labor being day-hauled to Delphi The following piano students of Mary H. Turner presented their recital Sunday afternoon at the Delphi Methodist church parlors: Janice Morgan, Ellen and Marie Floyd Moyars, Oxford and Mrs. I Ethel Gable of Mulberry. I Mrs. Earl Johnson has moved) from Elmwood Gardens to the R. L. Sieber apartments on • South Market Street. Mrs. J. E. Switzer of Bloomington who purchased the Johnson home plans to move here before July 15. Mrs. Mattie Burgitt has returned home from a visit at Marion where she spent two weeks with her daughter. The Southern Baptists of Lafayette are sponsoring a Church Mission at Pittsburg with Rev. Milford Brooks, Lafayette'^ minister, and Rev. Lloyd Fuller in charge of the mission. The opening service will be held 'Saturday night, June 29, at 8 p.m. The meetings will be held in the Earl Eis building, across from the Pittsburg school. All interested persons are invited to attend. Mrs. Robert Dunkin of Flora submitted to surgery at St. Joseph's hospital at Kokomo, Tuesday. Mrs. Dunkin is the former Lavonne Coplen, daughter of Mrs. Guy Coplen. T. Woodrow Robertson, 4fi, of route 1, Camden, escaped serious injury Monday night at 9:10 o'clock when he lost control of his '55 car Rhine, Geraldine Fontinel. Sandra on a curve near the E i eanor Allen, Kay Eikenberry, Sonie Landis, Cecilia and Janice Griffey, Joyce Poe, Alice Reed, Balera Strange, and Genevia Storey. Pins were awarded for high point score in practice record. Marie Rhine received first prize and Cecilia Griffey, second. All the students received miniature statues of great composers o[ music. Mr. and Mrs. S. S. Caliahan of Warren, 0., spent Tuesday with Mr. and Mrs. Joe Turner at Flora. On Wednesday they left for Chicago and from there were going to Skiles residence on the Delphi- Flora blacktop. The car skidded fifty feet on the wet pavement, hit a REMC light pole, breaking it off and making a total wreck of his car. He suffered slight abrasions and was treated by a Flora physician. Deputy Sheriff John Miller investigated. Dr. Thomas Sigler Dies GR-EBNCASTLE (UP) - Dr. Thomas Sigler, 77, a veterinarian who once ran for Congress from the Oth Indiana District on the I Denver, Colo., to attend a conven- j Democratic ticket, died Tuesday in tioa. ' I Putnam County Hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Williams, Sigler was 8th District Demo- ing tomatoes. Peru—Heavy rains delay field work. , South Bend—Good bluoberry crop in harvest stage. Vincennes—First wheat combined. Some bottomland cornfields drowned out. Wendell Hoekensmith and Mrs. Maude Taylor of Warren, 0., spent Saturday with Mr. and Mrs. Joe Turner in Flora. Father van Tie), pastor of St. Joseph's Catholic church, will be IB local A collapsible 250-pound helicopter that can be dropped by parachute and assembled by one man has been designed for the Navy, ties out of Tipton. Father Victor P. Schott of Alexandria is here substituting for Father van Tlol in his absence. Recent guests of Mrs. Ermina Tansey on West Front Street were: Mr. and Mrs. Hurt Osburn and Mrs. Anna Osburn of Lafayette;' Mrs. Helen DeWitt and Rev. and Mrs. Gillam of the Soldiers Home ncaf Lafayette; Mr. and Mrs. cralic chairman for a number of years and former Putnam County party chairman. FISHING NOTE GREENFIELD, N.H.-Scatod in| wheelchairs or standing with the aid of crutches, 40 crippled youngsters from the Crotched Mountain Rehabilitation Center caught 270 speckled trout in two hours. For AH Occasions GREETING CARDS "that say what yon want, to say' HIATT'S NEXT TO LOGAN THEATRE Swim Suit Department Main Floor SWIM SUITS The beauty of the beach wears a new streamlined lastex swim suit that tukej to Water and sun-bating equally well. 588 FUN IN THE SUN Celaperm faille lastex. Many with the look of knit, with fancy trims and sleek lines. Each suit is perfect for summer and priced to save you dollars. All the latest colors and styles. Sizes 32 to 40. m m Orion Knit and Lastex Orion knit and<T<( ^^^ QQ Lastex built in ^* • • B"^^ bras in navy blue !•!^V^T sky blue, black with white trim. Sizes 32 to 38. CMS' SWIM SUITS 1.99-2.99 3-6x 7-14 Preteen M QQ 10 to 16 *f.77 Attractive swim suits in polished cotton, crease resistant cotton and Las- tex. Ruffled, straight and bloomer type and all elastic back. Second Floor THE LONG AND SHORT OF IT . FUN TME PANTS • Cords • Dan River • Sheon Cottons • Solid Colon • Stripes • Plaids SHORTS 1.59 SLACKS 2.99 BERMUDAS 1.99 PEDAL JAMAICA 1.99 PUSHERS 2.99 Ready To Wear Department Second Floor MEN'S AND BOY'S SWIM TRUNKS BOY'S MEN'S £.79 Cool Of fin Color-Cotton SWIM SHORTS The bright colors in these cotton swim shorts soften rather than fade with use and wear. We have them In stripes, solids, patternj. Main Floor to C£ 3 O OJ to o >o to z o to oi D J4 CO o >o >- to h. z o LU a to UJ _J < < to ex. Z3 O Thursday, Friday and Saturday June 27th, 28th and 29th We, at Hendrickson's, have set aside this week-end as Ladies' Days and YOU'RE INVITED to be our guest. In recognition of the Ladies, their good tastes, their keen perception of style, beauty and true value, we feel that they should have the opportunity to leisurely inspect the world style leaders in the automotive field ... • PLYMOUTH - DeSOTO - CHRYSLER and The Exclusive IMPERIAL Our entire stock of these beautiful 1957 cars, in all styles and color combinations, will b« of your disposal—to inspect—to slip behind the wheel and a demonstration ride, if you so desire. ' A Beautiful Rose will be presented to each lady attending our Ladies' Day Party. >i t Come and make yourself at home— t' Our sales personnel will be on hand to answer your questions and assist you in the capacity of host only— IF A SALE IS MADE—WE WONT SELL YOU—YOU'LL SELL YOURSELF on one of these beauties. P. S.—Ladies, they're your days and you're Queen, but if hubby wants to come aloyg and you want him to, by all means let him come along. HENDRICKSON MOTOR SALES, Inc. Your Plymouth, DeSoro, Chrysler, Imperial Dealer 411-423S.ThirdSh - Logansport, Ind. Phone 5151 > > T~ m Co £ C? O z -< O O cr O d yo co O Z O c: O to o C 70 CO m

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