Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on December 26, 1957 · Page 22
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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 22

Logansport, Indiana
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Thursday, December 26, 1957
Page 22
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Two Logansport, Indiana, Pharos-Tribune Child's Condition Improved; Father Refuses Medical Aid RICHMOND, Ind. (UP) — The condition of an 11-year-old girl dinner and party in their home. Guests were Mr. and Mrs. Art Anderson and daughters, Mr. and Mrs. Herman McColley and family, Mrs. Lela Tomlinson, Mr. and Mrs. Lee Adams, Mrs. Emma Reynolds, ing this week with Mrs. Forst's sisters, Mrs. Edna Mason of Wina- mae and Mrs. Caroline Weller. Mr, and Mrs. R. E. Cook and aughter, Peggy, of South Bend, 'ere guests Saturday and Sunday whose father refused medical aid | Mrs. Beth Reason, and children, for her for religious reasons was reported to be "greatly improved" early today. Arthur Pippen and his family have been basing their hopes for Judy Pippen's recovery from an apparent attack of acute appendicitis on prayer. and Georgfl Hoover. Mr. and Mrs. Herman McColley and family were Christmas dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Emerson McColley of Akron. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Graffis and family went to Ypsilanti, Mich., on _ _ Tuesday to spend Christmas with Authorities said Pippen already, her parents, Mr. and Mrs Don 0 has lost one child whose illness i Nafe allegedly was not attended by a physician. The father has been continuously implored to permit his daughter to be hospitalized. ' He agreed Tuesday night to let hospital authorities care for Judy . if her condition remained serious or worsened, but later changed his ; stand after new talks with members of his sect. Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Adams and daughter were guests on Christmas Day of Mr. and Mrs. Manson Leap and family at Leiters Ford. Other guests were Mrs. Floy Leap and daughters, Eva and Treva, and Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Sims and sons of Culver. Mr. and Mrs. David Besse and family were Sunday dinner guest's of Mr., and Mrs. Chester Smith. The Kewanna Baptist church will hold a reception and carry-in din- Kewanna ; The Kewanna Girl's club held s.-, Christmas party and potluck sup- i ner at noon Sunday, Dec 29, in ".per in the home of Mrs. Violet • Clyde: 12 attended. Gifts were ex'. changed. ; Mrs. Henry Montz was hostess . to the Fireman's Auxiliary at a ,' party in her home recently. An ' apron-selling project was launched ; to help pay for a new resuscitator. the church basement for their new pastor, Harry Taylor and his. fam- Mr. and Mrs. Richard Fishei went to Michigan City on Monday to spend Christmas with their son Carlton, and his family. They were going to leave Thursday morning Mrs. Willard Clark won a gift.' for Florida to spend several weeks Refreshments were served to seven members and three guests, Mrs. : Loyd Woolington, Mrs. Caroline • Weller, and Vivian Montz. ' Mr. and Mrs. Dean Kum'ler went to Indianapolis Monday evening to Mr. and Mrs. Chris Koebcke ol Francesville visited Monday evening with Mr. and Mrs. Henry F. Bulger. Mr. and Mrs. John Gottschalk of Logansport sper.t Sunday with their meet their daughter, Patricia, who] parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Gott- arrived there from Madison, Ind., ' to spend Christmas here. ; The Kumler family entertained Wednesday evening at a Christmas schalk and Mr. and Mrs. Fred Fisher. Mrs. Bertha Forst and Frank Vale of Alliance, Ohio, are spend- 409-415 E. B'ROADWAY - DIAL 4166 Men's Shop For the Festive Occasion . CO FORMAL Rent Your Formal Wear! Rent America's most distinguished line of formal wear . . by Brooks Brothers, the season's smartest styles fitted to perfection. Your appearance will please all at a cost that's small! MEN'S SHOP - FIRST FLOOR CLOSED MONDAYS Shop Tufts-Sat., 9-5, Fri. 9-9 in the Ellis McNabb home. Other guests for dinner Sunday were Mr. and Mrs. Ronald E. 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