Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on June 28, 1957 · Page 8
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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 8

Logansport, Indiana
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Friday, June 28, 1957
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Eis&t Logansport, Indiana. Pharos-Tribune Report Business Outlook Good for Last Six Months CHICAGO (UP)—Twelve leaders|itation" on Middle East imports in business and industry took a look at business prospects for the last six months of 1957, and 11 of them said the outlook was good. The findings were disclosed today in a poll conducted by the First National Bank of Chicago. Optimism was shared by leaders in the following industries: Steel, meat packing, credit and interest rates, aircraft, railroads, department store and retail trade, farm equipment, utilities, and automobile, tire and rubber. The lone dissenter from the generally rosy forecasts was Judson S. Sayre. president, Norge Division, Borg-Warner Corp., who spoke for the appliance industry. Sayre said his estimate for the is adopted, the industry will again suffer from excessive cutbacks in domestic production." Ordination Service For Rev. Paul Baer To Be Held Sunday Members and friends of Grace Lutheran church will witness, at 6 o'clock Sunday evening, the ordination of the Rev Paul W. Baer into the Gospel Ministry, and at the same time will see him in stalled as pastor of their church. He graduated May 10. The Rev. Mr. Baer is a Hoosier, coming from the southern part of the state. Arrange Burlington July 4 Celebration BURLINGTON, Ind. — The Annual Burlington Fireworks program will be held on Thursday, July 4 at the Burlington American Legion Field starting around 8:30 p.m. The days activities will start at 1:00 p.m. with a Pony league baseball game between Burlington and Delphi. Following that a game be. tween the Burlington Merchants baseball team and Stellite of Ko-' komo. Starting at 4:00 p.m. there will be a public fish fry by the Deer Creek Conservation club. Proceeds Dorothy Conrad will be assisted by Esther Dillman and Mary Bookwalter. Mona Shultz will be leader and the topic will be "Model of Greatness, John." Skinner Church Ladies Aid will evening. Average attendance for the school was reported to be 165 and 99 'children had perfect attendance records. The closing pro? gram featured a report from the Guardian. Angel by Tracy Young. meet Wednesday evening, July 3 [ This consisted, of-songs and a sum- with Mrs. Grace Maus. ' " j mary of the work done during the Twelve Mile E.U.B. Ladies Aid will meet Wednesday afternoon, July 3 .with Mrs. Nancy Swank. Her assistants will,be Mrs. Myrtle Oldham and Miss Rachel Bell. Mrs. Madys Adkins will be devotional leader. Chapels are. to be opened and secret pals revealed. A public meeting to elect new school presented by each class. The Community Youth Fellowship members were led In recreation by Mr. and Mrs. Richard Reahard at Memorial Hall Saturday evening June 1 22. Plans were made for a weiner roast to be held Saturday evening, June •' 29 at Seven Sections Lake. Seventeen directors for Memorial'Hall and!youth arid four councelors attend- to hear a report of the work done;cd. Refreshments were served by during thd past year will be held'"" Monday evening July 1, at 8:00 A number of local and out-of-Urom this will go towards the Bur- overall increase, was not realized although overall,.appliance volume "will probably end up in 1957 as town ministers will participate in the service. Dr. Walter Wick, pres- in nor ™itl ident of the Indiana Synod of the 'V!L,?l n il United Lutheran Church in Amenca, will deliver the sermon. The Rev. Mr. Baer began his good, or better than 105(5." He said i ministry' in the community on June •- - - - i succeeding the Rev. Richard Recher, who recently accepted a call to an Indianapolis mission. His undergraduate studies were taken at Carthage College, Carthage, Illinois, from which he was graduated in 1.953. That fall he enrolled at Chicago Lutheran Theological Seminary. Following two years of study there, he took an internship at Grace Lutheran church in Phoenix, Arizona. He returned to Chicago to complete his course of training there this spring. ttie industry faces "inventory gluts, factory shut-downs, forced dumping and giveaway prices." Roger M. Blough, board chairman, United States Steel Corp., said that with "a well-sustained rate of general business activity," stetl production could average between 30 and 85 per cent of industry capacity for the second half of the year. Edward E. Brown, board chairman of the First National Bank of Chicago, said "business promises to continue on its present high plateau." A boom and subsequent: recession had been avoided by the Federal Reserve Board which, he said, "wisely kept brakes on the use of bank credit." Lou R. Randall, board chairman. George A. Fuller Co., said "The outlook for the construction industry for the .second half of 1U57 is very good. The actual work put in place during the first six months of this year is 3 In 4 per cent ahead of last year. This pace shvuld continue for the last six months." John L. McCaffrey, board chairman of International Harvester Co., said "substantially improved" conditions have put the farm equin- 7nent industry "in a considerably belter situation in 1057 than it was u year ago." HarninK.t of the petroleum industry for the first quarter "were up | about lii per cent and should show: an increase for the year," said Hubert I'J. Wilson, board chairman ; of Standard Oil Co, of Indiana. He • warned, however, that "unless; M>me effective method of voluntary or governmentally imposed Jim- lington Legion Community Park. This program is being sponsored by The Burlington American Legion and the Burlington Booster club. Twelve Mile Council of Churches worship service wil! be at the E.U.B. Church Sunday evening, June 30 with Rev. Clyde Abbott bringing the message. Skinner Church worship service, will be held every Sunday morning at 9:,'iO followed-by church school classes at 10:30. Rev. Jay Kesler is pastor. Corinth Women'.s Missionary at Memorial Hall. The Little League Baseball tournament being sponsored 1 by the Local Lions July 4 will begin at 10:00 a.m. at the'school ball park in Twelve Mile and continued until finished. The Primary class ot the Bethlehem Methodist Church School plan to enjoy a picnic Friday at! Riverside park, Logansport. Mrs. Martha Scott, teacher and Mrs. Nora Edith Brown wil! accompany the group. Corinth Church, School Junior class taught by George Shultz are planning a swimming party at Kokomo Sunday June 30. Water has been reached in the. well drilling project at the Medical! Building. A program closing the cooperative Vacation Bible School was Mrs. Ora Greer and Mrs. Chester Easter. Lions Club members entertained their ladies- and guests at a, dinner meeting at Ben Hur in Logansport Tuesday evening. "Let Me Call You Sweetheart" was sung. Prayer was led by Mrs. Carl Scott. President J. N. Babb introduced Mr. Archy Carr, Deputy Governor of the District, Lafayette, who in. stalled Ned Grable, president; Wallace Townsend, secretary; Harold Griest, treasurer; George Kunkle, first vice president; Con- ,rad. Townsend, tail twister; Byron •Moss, Lion Tamer and Jim Stockdale, director. Retiring officials of .he club pledged their support to the incoming'officers. Mr. George Bowmar, an Englishman, gave an interesting talk on "We Should Be Proud to be an American" comparing life in England and America which was followed by interesting discussion. Thirty ' members and twenty-five guests attended. Girl Scouts and their guests enjoyed a skating party at (he Mexico rink at their last meeting. Sixteen attended. They were accompanied by Mrs. Martha Scott and Miss Deanna Fornero-. Plans arc being made for a trip to Logansport for their next meeting, Monday afternoon, July 1. Pet and Hobby Club met at Memorial Hail, Wednesday evening. Bobby Green read the minutes of 1 the last .meeting. For devolions, Frdiay Evening. June 2S. 1957. "Jesus Loves Me" was sung and I Roberta Hoover as cook and Rev. memory verses recited. A story j and Mrs. August LundquLst a« about a duckling was heard. Safe-| councelors. Society will meet Wednesday eve-ivory well attended .at the Bcthle- ning July 3 at the church. Hostess, I hem Methodist Church, Sunday NOTICE-CORRECTION! 6 Westinghouse Portable Radios will be GIVEN FREE At the Grand OPENING OF 3 NEW LOGANSPORT GULF STATIONS Friday and Saturday BOB'S GULF SERVICE Clcoll StrcH nl Cliff Drive )!(>!) Smith, dnnlttr SMITTY'S GULF SERVICE Northwest Cnnifir Markf.l & I fl til Irvln Smith, dealer HAL'S GULF SERVICE 411(1 Mil-Ill KIIII Harold (iiiy, PART TIME — FULL TIME Reliable Man or Woman To take over Cigarette Route.. First time offered in your cily. Earnings up to $400.00 monthly. Spare time. Must have 8-10 hours weekly to spare. No selling or soliciting' Have; Ihree references and a car. ' Business set up for you, Must bo nblc to invest $219!i.OO, which is secured by inventory. Please do not answer this unusual opportunity unless fully (nullified. For personal Interview in your home, write Hating phone number and address, to: HANLIN MFG. CO. 2221 E. Gregory Blvd. Kansaii City, Mo. ty ideas were discussed. Duck favors and letter boxes lo be used as Father's Day gifts were made. Three guests from Bethlehem Township attended. .Mrs. Floyd Green was the adult leader. Ulerick reunion will be held. Sunday, June 30 at (he home of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Ulerick. Those planning to attend Methodist Institute at Epworth Forest Rev. Clyde Abbott has been returned to the EUB Church as pastor for the next year. Master Sargent and Mrs. Kpn- neth Morrow and family, who have been stationed in Tehran, Iran arc spending a week with Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Morrow and family. At the end of their furious;!!, they will be stationed in Georjjia. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Urcvr and next week are Sandy Crist, Doris family of Chicago spout the weefc- GriesU Patty Moss, Judy Elkinsjend with Mr. and Mrs. Ora Greor and Nancy Louthain. Also Mrs.'and Mary Jean, Guaranteed Forever Afior Ii9 Years We Know We Can Make This Guarantee \Ve havn a National Reputation (or l-'inc .Monuments and Beautiful Carvings Coma in j »«• our larfl* »tocl< Billman Monument Co AT MAIN KNTRANCE OF MT. HOPJ5 CKMKTEHV NEW-NEW-NEW REALGAS GASOLINE Tho Refining Industrie* most improved, most advanced High Octane Gasoline, given more mileage, lower prico. Try A Tank full JACK FULTZ FRANK SAMMONS 700 North St. 18th and Woodlawn ROSCOE NEWPORT 818 West Market, Hi-way 24 VEEDOL MOTOR OILS Treasure Choir Dividend Stamps JUNE SPECIAL BUY COAL NOW AND SAVE $1.00 Per Ton WHEN BUYING 3 TON OR MORE. 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