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Logansport, Indiana
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Thursday, June 27, 1957
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Thursday Evening, June 27, 1957. Meted Suspended Term for Larceny MOXTICELLO Ind.—Robert J. Christensen, 32, of Reynolds, -was meted a suspended sentence of one to 10 years in the state prison and fined $1 and costs" when he pleaded guilty Wednesday in the White circuit court to a chafge of ..grand larceny. Judge Russeli Gordon told him the suspension of his sentence was on the conditions that he behave well that he pay the Monon Railroad $57 for wooden railroad ties he allegedly stole, and that he pay the fine and costs within 30 days. grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. John H. Morgan of Deacon. Rev. Keith Kinney gave devotions each morning this week at 1 p.m. on radio station WSAL. He was sponsored by the Cass County Ministerial Assn. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Keith Slusher and daughter have moved from the Miller apartments to their new home north on US 35. Mr. and Mrs. Harold O'Blenis had dinner guests Sunday, including Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Fair, Indianapolis; Mr. and Mrs. Bob Hendrickson and son of Logansport; Mr. and Mrs. Jim Beechy, Mrs. L. E/Fair, Steven Fair and Stress Water Safety At Scout Camp Chrisiensen was charged with : -Mr. and Mrs. Bill Saylors and taking 19 railroad tie.? from .thelighter. •Monon railroad at Reynolds last 1 Mr. and Mrs. John' W Morgan October 11. Attorney Glenn Slcnker j and son, Gary, left Tuesday for, appeared for the defendant ,andj their hom e m Pheomx, An/., after Prosecutor Fred Schwanke repre- an extended visit with parents, Some investments don't pay off immediately. Often, a long-term proposition yields a much richer harvest than the more spectacular, overnight type speculation. So it is with Boy Scout camping, recently initiated for the season at Camp Buffalo. The practical application of the Scout motto, "Be Prepared" is often not seen by scoutmasters and parents, while a boy is yet a Scout. All too often the self-reliance and preparedness, which Sbuting attempts to develop in boys, for all manner of adversity, both physical and spiritual, does not become apparent until long after a boy has left his Scout troop. sented the stale. Walton Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Fair of Indianapolis, Mr. and Mrs. Marion Apple Sr., Marion Apple, Jr., Mary Edna Apple, Mr. and Mrs. Jim Beechy, Steven Fair, Mrs. L. E. Fair and Mrs. Dick Kile and daughter were recent dinner guests of Mrs. Frank Fair and Blanche Fair. Mr. and Mrs. John Nelson, Mrs. Joe Pyle, Mrs. Elmer Sherman and Mrs. W. E. Fitzer attended the Mr. and Mrs. John H. Morgan and brothers and sisters. Mrs. Dan Bruner and Marlin Bruner returned home Wednesday from visiting Mr. and Mrs. Wayne BeBee and sons of Denver, Colo. Mrs. Martha Rhine of Galveston Mrs. Frank Fair and out executiv Council, Bo Scouts of America, illustrated this point, during a tour of the Buffalo Camp which the Council maintains for Scouts under the Council's jurisdiction. "The saving of a life is fine, and we read about such affairs in the paper often. This, how- we morial hospital for observation. ever, is not primarily what have in mind here, in connection Eura WUner is a patient at Me- «^ ^erVeac.ty! rather, we work lo develop in that boy the abilities which will make him capable of looking out for himself. "Let me put it this way: you always hear about the youth who Peru Gerald L. Powell Peru, will have charge of special displays and a Center EUB church for Mrs. Nel-i son's liKler mother, Mrs. Anna McCloskey. , War Mothers will meet Monday ,1"; i contest at the i ventior. Grand Lodge of Elks when it convenes in San Francisco, July evening, July 1 at 8 p.m. in the library. Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Kaufman spent the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Jess Avery of Kilos, Mich. -Mrs. Ralph Cook spent a week recently in tbe home of Mr. and Mrs. Les Myers on the Tippcjcanoe River near Delphi, while lliu latter attended graduation exercises for their son at Princeton. Mr. and Mrs. Roger Rhodes arc the parents of a daughter born June 24 at'St. Joseph hospital. Maternal grandparents an: Mr. and Mrs. Early Layman of Logansporl. Walton Home Demonstration club will meet Tuesday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Goldie Beau. Co- hostesses will he Mrs. Louella Forgey and Mrs. Mildred Sherman. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Dickc-n- sheets of Winamac are the parents of twins, a boy and a girl, named Jayne Ann and James Lee, weighing 14 pounds. Maternal M»TK;B OK~ K'KCKI V7.'v«"'(ii' 1 "" inns roii THK rruritASK OK OMO KIIII-: TJU.TK roii TIJK CJTY Or I.OfiA NSI'OIIT, I.\I1IA.\A Hi.s duties al the national con saves someone else's life, but how often do you read about a boy who failed to drown, because of thorough training and well-developed self-discipline? Very rarely, and demonstrates the intricacies of cnot-tying, splicing and rigging. In the group, one feels a note of urgency: the urgency born of boys completely absorbed in meaningful activity. Along the edge of the quadrangle s a long cleared strip, terminated at one end by ,straw-backed tar- rows across the grass that separates them from the bulls-eye. Demonstration tents erected around the 1 area mix with the thwang of taut bow-strings to create an atmosphere that smacks of the Normans-Saxons era. As the sun dips, the boys change into clean uniform clothing and move into a wooded thicket. Here, surrounded by natural lite, the boys attend chapel services, which precedes the supper hour. Crude benches have been hewn from logs, and at the front of the area a hugs wooden cross stands above the boys. Divorced of the extraneous, the open-air chapel seems a fit- ling place to worship. Camp-wide campfires are held each Friday and Sunday evening, bringing to a close a day in wlmt Joe Pcnar, in charge of tne walcrfroni at Cump Buffalo, Is shown j scou ij n g leaders term, and aptly with his assistants, Chuck Reed and Kenny Garland, as they examine a summer adventure. newcomers to th« cump, lo determine their level of aquatic know-how. An experienced supervisor, Penar previously spent (hrce years in Logansport, Indiana, Pharos-Tribune Fiv« VFW Post Commander Reports Encampment The French Lick department encampment of the Veterans of Foreign Wars held June 20-23, was reported Wednesday night by post commander' Richard Webster at the post's regular meeting. Second district commander Ed jutant and quartermaster. H was announced that the next department encampment will b« held at South Bend July 10. Isadore Davis reported on the Cass county Veteran's mealing of June 20. Their next meeting will be held at Memorial Home July 18 and all commanders and delegates are uss«d to attend. gets. Boys at the other end of i Burkett who was elected at an en;he strip draw erect in the classic campment last May in Lafayette, archer's stance, and let fly ar- wa s installed Sunday at French Lick by Richard Rodebush national senior vice-commander of Indianapolis. Oilier officers elected last Sunday for' state positions were Sam Lehman, Bremen, commander; Arthur Fellowich, 'Evansville, senior vice-commander; Noel Fred, Gas City, junior vice-commander; and Orville Hollycross, Attica, ad- May Abandon Hlbbard Station INDIANAPOLIS (UP) — The Nickel Plate Railroad petitioned the Indiana Public Service Commission today for authority to discontinue i t s Marshall County station at Hibbard and operate it as a prepay station. agency Read the Classified Ads water-safely work ut a Wisconsin waterfront. coast. Marvin Johnson exalted ruler of the Peru Klks Lodge, also plaas to atU'nd the national convention. Directors of the newly-organized of Miami county will; at Chamber of Commerce which time a representative* of KoL- chum Inc., a professional campaign fund raisin;; organisation will discuss a professional campaign fund raising organisation. The next regular board meeting is scheduled for Tuesday July U at 4:30 p.m. Wednesday, President Louis Do- Lawt'T m.'ide the following ap- fj«inl;ri«nt.s: Committee to 'Incorporate—.Tins- sell Ki:ilh chairman; Jack Walpe anil Harry Ueiscli. Committee In Expand the Ry- Law:;—Mrs. Itichard Kdwanls, chairman, Harold [lepass and unnecessary. Rather than working first on a cure, we like to eliminate the disease—in this case, aquatic inaptitude." Located on the Tipnccanue jCr east of Buffalo, Indiana, the I sprawling, nil-acre camp is ideal for growth and development in see boys handling firearms in a manner that would delight insur- lance companies the world over. Lie- under Alia r- Ihe shooting program, Ihe favorite ol the boys is a miniature version of skeel shooting, which the boys have named "mo-skeet-o". By using .22 caliber shot shells on moving day pigeons, the boys get excellent training, without the expense of shotgun ammunition. In the center of a cleared, grassy quadrangle, u group of boys nearly always to be found, watching intenlly as an adult instructor 38 INJURED IN CRASH NEW YORK (L'P)—Thirty-eight persons were injured Wednesday night in a collision of two buses and a station wagon al a Manhattan intersection. Five ut the injured were hospitalized, none in serious condition. Seventeen bus passengers is'were treated at the scene, mostly or cuts and bruises. Closing Out Implement Auction of John Deere Agency Complete close-mil, at public auction of the Landrum Implement Co., located at tlm west edge uf Elwood on State Road 28 on SATURDAY, JUNE 29, 1957' KALI:; TO HJ5C1IN AT 10:00 A. M. (DST) TRUCKS—1S4II Mon Chevrolet C. 0. J3. truck with lll-fl. all-steel bed and Henderson hydraulV: hoist and hydraulic winch; 1!>!H %-ton Chevru.'el pickup, recetiliy overhauled, new rear tires; 1051 Chevrolet Sednn Delivery truck with Komi tires, competency as swimmers. CJualili- 1,'SKD EQUIPMF.NT—l'.M7 John Deere "D" tractor with live pump; cation exurninatiuns, given on tlie Allis Chalmers WC tractor; John Deere "II" tractor and cultivators; swimming and outdoors skills. A "buddy system" is employed at the swimming aretj, wh.ch is roped off into three areas. The first area is for boys who are classified as non-swimmers, the second is for beginners and the third area is reserved for t)i«.s<; boys who have demonstrated their ut Dm i.'ity an*, will ri'<i-!' tn« ri«r!<-'JY< ty. until tint Ji' US'I 1 ., on .Inly ,ltt t',r II,,: tin-ill r i.iiK';i'ii»i>'>ri',' in'-! Jack Noble. iihi i hire- an Kxf.'cutive day a buy arrives at camp, dcter- iminc tiie Scouts' abilities, find nn tin; basis of these tests, each buy is relegated to the swim arcu which m.'itdies his abilities. The "buddy system" consists ol paii'irif! nff of boys by twos. Knell ill .7, Hiiali-il tui-iiMilnr *,! tin. ti,l- irlitls, Kuoils, i-i|nl|i- MJ||>;:I fiii- III'; f.'lly uf Jn.ll:i/,;i, 1',-wli : . U.l'.M. iMnan "A" Kin- Truirh, i; V.W. 2.'i.liiMi. !in:'irilmi<:r wllh ill.fill: In I III-. i in -Ti Jack Comcrford anil Mrs. Karl Money. Comini'.liift to invi!«li:{al(! Perma- m>nl CoinnriiltBKs—Jack Kills chairmnn; Itiohad Life and Rvv. Gary Allbriltcn. boy is responsible for his titiddy, /lo-ion discs 7 to ]() ft.; manure Hpru.'iders; Int. self-propelled combine; John Deere combines; 2 and 4-vnvi corn planters; 2 and !)-bi>lt(>m plows; rolai'y hoes; JD mounted ,-mcl pull-type corn pickers; New Holland pick-up baler; cullivittiirs; side delivery rnliej lot of new rniscelluneous John Deere parts; and many ot!ier nrtlclcs, SHOP EQUIPMENT— Kerrick steam cleaner; DeVilblss pnlnl spray outfit, complete; llydral'lator (for lilling tractor tires); Manley hydrauli Ammco linnlng machlnu; Allen electricnl and must be close to him al all , tester; li|uck*& Decker valve refncer; (i-'viill bultery chnrgur; 2 flnor limus. At unexpected, I'rwjucnl in- lorvals, .supurvi-sors will .'•:' t ;t t f. llm iji rl.'Mrl \>'j l!i« nil •.II J liLV/rt <-lii rk , , nU;<i with <t;i< Ii hl'l ".ti nn i «if 111 ll::i^1. !(;(! MO'/;,) 1,1-1- ( Mitt bill. Tin, f li'.h! I* rr.tw ii-J«i:t iiny urnl iiJI Mifti. J;ulcfJ jit J,oKi' n^ijoi 1, I Kilo l»i)i tiny ( ,r Jitm-. ]:»f»V ntjAHit OJ- 1 j'l 'tn.it: A.N1» ^AKK'l'V (Jl- 1 THK «,' J,fJ<;A.NHI'OJt'J', 1M1H ANA. A'l'TKHT: HAIti'll H. HAH'J'IJ Find Tourist Dead; Hunt Missing Wife CASTOLON, Tex. (L'P)— Search purtivs roamed over tho vost, slnjut, "illicitly up!". 'J'hift is Im! Kitinul for hurried, Inil very bu«i- nnsslikc' activity. All .swimming .slops, llic boys locitl.c their hi;iJ- tlififj, atul each puir of Scouts t:l»sj) builds and cl^vatti them abuvu tljL-Jr licatLs for counting. In this way, .split-second checks ciiu bu niadti, to doUinniiHi il any one i.s miHslnK. If.' HO, the tnltuiinti h«y'« , . d«.solali! I'.iH Hen Naliwinl I'ark I buddy will call oul Un; name. Th(: liuiiting for the wife of a tourist who was found di^id in tin: barren wilderness, Mr. and Mrs. Clifford S. While, of Houston, Tex., entered an iso- i' (l | lated areu of the arid, rocky country Tuesday morning against Hie advice (/f park ruiigisrH. White, 1NUIANA ) . NfjTK'K TD Al.l, J'KltMftNH TKJ'.KHTJOI^ JN TMK KHTATK ;.i A U*;A KKT ,srn WA it'i /, in ' i-ull ('i'U)-l, ^llMl, 1 !)i»7, n'iiiH liiH'.rt:» r'-i|iiii-Ki( l rt nint show w)iy MU id v;hole operation takes a mutler ol ' S(H:ond.s, and tlie <:hanee ol' drowning practically noii-exliilant. UuriiiH ills week al camp, a lioy can uufn the pi'lviieije of ad- vanciny from one area to an area reprenenlliiB lilKliei' Klii!lH. Maeli swim period In equally divided lie- jaek.s; lai'Kc bench vine; .ipiirk pluK cleaner; 21l)U-lb. "JlyKLer" fork-lifl truck; and other articlen. THIS IS ONLY A PARTIAL LIST, SO PLAN TO ATTKND THIS HALK. TKflMK—CASH. NCJ'I.' ItMSPONSIBM': IN CASE OF ACCI- IJKNTS. 1.UNC11 WILL HIC SHIlVIiD ON GROUNDS. 1ANDRUM IMPLEMENT CO. Roy Crume and 0. I!. Swlnl'ord, Auctioneers Kokomo Phone fi'l.-ailil!) Doll Ktwin and Vurl Myers, ('larks was found dead late Wednesday jlween inHlriuitlon and recren'Jon. apparently of lieul pruHlrull'in. When a boy denionKfrafe.s u pre- Sevoi'al mileH away r a n K e r n found DID Wniln's air-conditioned in .sand, slafion wa^on Mr. 1 ;. White .siiiiincriiiK, ture. was inissinK In tlm IH-degroe tempera- Read the Classified Ads scribed level of ui|ii:ilic knnw-how, he may Ix.'jjin work »« hi.H lifesaving merit liad^e, whicli closely parallels tlie abilities imlical.ed by the Hed Crotis Junior l.llcHiivinij eerlification. Not enly do hoy« learn Helf-reliance In water activilies. Hy journeying to the rifle ratine, one can , n i« i"' 11 '- In uin-. If any ll i ni H ho n Id IH . . Ili<.- n i1i-iii HiifJ all NllM-i'.-. Inti'i-ijMli-U Hi 11 ittmi r»!i|Uir<trt lo »p ill-it r !i.h'| jiiKhn proof of I lift i- h. : i)Mh!ti i,J 1 lium to any i,nrt IftllH A HlllU A r turimy DELICIOUS TREAT Cool, Tasty, Mint Ice Cream Watts Bros. Ice Cream Co. "Ask Your Doqlor For Our lea Cream" 113-5rli St. Phono 4504 VETERANS OF FOREIGN WARS Open House PUBLIC INVITED SATURDAY, JUNE 29th - Dancing- Music by DWIGHT NEFF and the VELVETONES Enjoy dancing with your friends in our AIR CONDITIONED BALLROOM Be An Early Bird — Pay Your '58 Duel Now. PENNEY'S A L W At § F i R S T Q U. A 11 T| SPECIAL SELLING BACK-TO-SCHOOL DRESSES RUPTURED MEN WANTED! • Mon who wanV to work 8 hours « day: • Mon who want to work in their yard or garden: • Mon who want to go fishing, bowling or enjoy any other sport that requires freedom of movement: If you want a morn active life and want to enjoy living again too our Sykes Hernia Control Service technician at once. WE GUARANTEE in writing to give anyone with • reducible rupturo JMMEDIATE RELIEF, and compl»t» freedom of action. Enjoy a new lease on lifo. NO STRAPS — BELTS or BUCKLES FREE CONSULTATION .... Sao lh« Sykoi Foclory Enginoor, H. W. WINTERS, pnriorally SATURDAY, Junu 29 10 A. M. lo 4 P. M. 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