Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on December 24, 1957 · Page 83
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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 83

Logansport, Indiana
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Tuesday, December 24, 1957
Page 83
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A MERRY CHRISTMAS TO EVERYONE THE LOGATCSPORT FHABOS-TRIBUNE LOGANSPORT PUBLIC A MERRY CHRISTMAS TO EVERYONE CHRISTMAS OFLEBRATEP OM JAhlUARV 6, APRIL SO AMD MAV 2O UNTIL T44e -4TW CENTURy, POP? JUUU-3 I DKEM&ET2 25 A-3 OUaiST'5 L<3RIM5 CAME DROVES, WUEM •ST. FRAHCIS OF DRAMATOfP AT SRECCIO, ITAlY, 1223 . Lisle ANIMALS AND A REAL STABLE WER? USEP, THF CUSTOM SPREAP THROUGHOUT T-UROP6 •SAVOlJ LORDS INTRODUCED "OPEs! -HOUSE-" BAWQUETS. OFTEKi UM-TIL "VVJELFTtt- AFTER CHRISTMAS. ROAST VJAS T+te MAIM •D!St4- M/ ^y>y,i , . ,EMR/-S£.. Id 1525. y LHVIEP A BAfJ OH CAROL SiKS IMS AND C-ttUPOt BELLS', A55UMEP MODERhl FORM Ii4 TrtE EABl.y IBOO'S. ClSMElJT C. MOOB6 PE>J><eP 4+\5 FAMOUS POEM, "A VISIT FPoM TV. WICrtOUS *. JO?EF MOMR. AM AUSTRIAN PR\tST. COMPOSES ''•SILEHT NISHT ". PRiMCE ALBERT DSCORATEP El^GLAMD'S j FIRST CHRISTMAS TRSE QOOP OslES" CHRISTMAS CARDS LIKE US' ALL OF OUR YULSTIDE THE/'VE C4RBI5D HOLlDA/ TO FPltNPS AkJD LO^ED 'Fora OJER 1OO YEARS' Gisele MacKenzie Has Her Ideas of Husband NEW YORK (UP)—Gisele MacKenzie, one of the entertainment work bachelor girl, spinster and old maid." world's better known bachelor The vocalist, born in Winnipeg, girls, says the man who woos her j Canada, flew into New York from into a wedding must be a combi-j Hollywood, now her home base, nation of Gregory Peck, William!for a few days of business and Holden and Edward R. Murrow. j pleasure. She confessed in an in"These three have the qualities I'm looking for," said the 30-year- old television star. "They're smart, have sex appeal, a sense of humor." I suggested that this triple terview that she had not met the man who could qualify as THE ne. "But by the time a girl gets my age, if she's the least bit attractive, she's been proposed to. Sure, I want to get married. But until the right one comes along, I feel like the movie starlet who said she was haying a wonderful time going out with all the wrong ones." HPS Minks, Rocks, Teeth "You may say, though, that I have a lot more working for me than some girls," she laughed. "I all us un-marrieds? We sure over-1 already own a mink coat and dia- threat wrapped into one tweed suit ought to be enough to lure any girl out of the old maid ranks. "Nope," said Miss MacKenzie. "Just ask 'em. Most girls are looking for money too. Me, I don't want a millionaire . . . I've enough problems without that one. "Incidentally, can't somebody come, up with another term for College Junior to Get Cosmic Ray Data CHICAGO (UP)—A 21 year- old college student will operate Studies for research into the ef- University of Chicago cosmic ray! feet of the earth's field on cosmic equipment on a cruise around the .'rays. and compute data obtained By a neutron cosmic ray detecting apparatus, one o£ six used by the Enrico Fermi Institute for Neclear bottom of the world. He is W. Michael Henebry of The others are at the University of Colorado campus: Climax, Colo; Monticello 111., a junior majoring Sacramento peak,. N. M.; Mexico in physics at the University of 111- City and Huancayo, Peru. This will be the fourth year such eq- nois. Henebry will sail from Davis- vine. F. 1, on the Navy supply ship, U.S.S. Arneb. The voyge will begin late in November and be completed by May of 1958. The route includes the Panama Canal, New Zealand, stations at MoMurdo Sound at Antarctica, Cap* of Janeiro. and Knox Coast Melbourne, the Good Hope and Rio de uipment has been taken into the Antarctica for the Chicago study. Henebry's job will be to compilejhis fast draw. CHANGE OF MIND LA PORTE, Tex, (UP)—Barnis Wayne Short has decided he doesn't want to challenge TV's Hugh (Wyatt Earp) O'Brian to a fast draw contest after" all. Short is nursing a bullet wound in his foot he received while practicing Trouble At Home SANDY, Utah— (UP)— Roused from theii^ beds by a siren, local members of the volunteer fire department rushed to the fire house, found smoke billowing from a shorted motor on a refrigerator. CHAPPY HOLIDAY ^ To All! Don Bashore Your Standard Fuel Oil Agent ipFJUf 1 ift/i- •TM 1 •£• A^-l 1 i J?*^ Wttl nlm^lL Central Drug Co. and Employees From GEORGE and BENNY Paramount Tavern 302 Fifth St. Old, o« Peoee owd (4 Ckristwxtt Ofxi mom) UcstHMp fop ike New Yeofl HOME KM* Broadway at kith mond ring. And my teeth are all in good repair." She didn't say so, but her press agent declared she also can cook. Gisele MacKenzie started her musical career as a violinist, and studied at the Royal Conservatory of Music, in Toronto. While dreaming of a future as a female Menu- hin, she sang for fun—for friends, at ariny and navy canteens and informal audiences who enjoyed her vocalizing with her own piano accompaniment. She turned to voice professional-] ly when some music-loving thirf took her violin from her c*r while she was out shopping. H»r first contract was with Canadian stations, but it wasn't long until r«- dio and television in this country lured her south of the border. Fatal Attraction CHESHIRE, Mass. - (IIP) — While 15-year-old Shirly Bcdnarz was watching a television program, 3. partridge crashed through a closed living room window and fell dead at the base of the TV set. May the joys of the holiday season remain with you throughout the New Year PEPPY FLAME NORTHERN INDIANA PUBLIC SERVICE COMPANY kf-si*'&?'*~&"$$ifc:\&t.&'} :^|wVl^'-^--''^f>' t V'' y l?'''*ii'* '"'"'^ '-X : *""'•' * * &>«*w*S*'-V ^i-.'&^'iV^Jte'ifr: 'if'- •««'?*^«&taL*.i3'": II May the guiding star ol die true Yuletide significance illumine the pathway lor yowr jo*#ney through life . . • WITH THANKS TO OUR MANY CUSTOMERS, WE SAY, "MERRY CHRISTMAS TO AlXr COMBS "Your Friendly Shoe Store" . 407 E. Broadway

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