Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on November 17, 1957 · Page 27
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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 27

Logansport, Indiana
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Sunday, November 17, 1957
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SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 17,1957 THE PHAROS-TRIBUNE and LOGANSPORT PRESS, LOGANSPORT, INDIANA LOGANSPOR1 .PUbLIU LlbKttKi PAGE TWENTY-SEVEN Officer Of FOE Here On Dec. 4 Michael T. Gaffney, of Milwaukee. Wisconsin, Financial Advisor for the National Fraternal Order of Eagles, will be principal speaker at a special program an the MIKE GAFFNEY local lodge hall on Wednesday, December 4, it is announced by C. W. Zimmerman, local Aerie president. Gaffney's address will highlight a program when a class of candi- dates will be inducted into the order by the local drill and degree team, directed by Edwin Pursch and Mike Musselman. Gaffney is a member o£ the board of directors of the Muscular Dystrophy Association of America. With a background of prominent leadership in the national councils j of the Eagles fraternity in recent 'years, he will outline the fields of membership, programs, and community civic and patriotic activities in his address here, Zimmerman said. The national officer's appearance here is expected to attract delegations from Peru, Wabash, Kokomo, Rochester, Monticello,. Winamac and Lafayette along with district and state officials. Gaffney has had an extensive and varied career with the Eagles. He was Worthy President of his hometown lodge at Fond du Lac, Wis., then rose to president of the Wisconsin state Aerie. He served on a number of Grand Aerie major committees and later was employed in the 1 Grand Aerie auditing department. He _ was named state organizer and auditor for New York state and later became director of the Eastern Eagles region after which he erved as field representative and comptroller for the Grand Aerie befor.e taking over his present national post. A dinner reception is being planned prior to the meeting at 6:30 with the main program scheduled to start at 8 o'clock on the night of December 4. CROSSWORD PUZZLE An3Wer to Y " terda >'' < Pu "'» ACROSS 1—Fair ft—South American mammal 11—Dried grap* 12—Neater 14—Evils ar>—r.ock 17—Sun god IS—Everyone 19—Extremely largo 20—Was victorious Jl—Symbol for tuntal-jm 22—Debate 23—Ship's prison Zi —Impenetrably hard 26—Single ef£ort 27—Free ticket (co'.loq.) J8—Part of leg 29—Crude 31—Sudden sharp pains 34—Paddlel 35—Gleam 36—Note of scala 37—By way of ' 38—Be grateful 39—Torrid to— Printer's measure 41—Demon , 42—Strip of cloth 43—Begin again 45—Departs 47—Roadside restaurant 18—Rims DOWN 1—Song 2—Small waterfall S—Beast of burden 4—101 (Roman number) 5—Naval academy graduates 6—Gem 7—Fine ravelings from yarn 8—Poem 9—:Note of scalo 10—Courageous 11—Lasso 13—Stovo 16—Tense 19—Turf 20—Squeeze out 22—Collect 23—Pickle 25—Three-banded armadillo 2G—Opine 28—Cheat 23—Li U 2Q—Poured 31—Conjunction 32—Runs away to be married 33—Satisfies ."5—Precipitous 33—Clock duration of 39—Possess 41—Merriment 42—Children's game 44—Spanish for "yes" 46—Man's nickname Louis Galbreath, City, Passes Away At VA Hospital Louis Victor Galbreata, 34, of 1312 West Melbourne, died suddenly at 9:15 p.m. Friday at the Veteran hospital in Indianapolis where he had been a patient for the last week. He had been ill for about two months. The victim was born on May 30, 1923 in Walton to Ralph and Eva DeWalt Galbreath. He was married to the former Phyllis Boor in Logansport on Feb. 1, 1947. She survives. Galbreatti was a member of the Helm Street 'church of God, and VPW. Besides his wife, surviving are: Two sons, Michael Louis, • of Hoyal Center; Steven, at home, and a daughter, Mona Lou,. also at home; parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Galbreath, of route 2, city,; four brothers, Charles of Camby, Ind., Clarence; Dick, and Joe, at home; five sisters, Mrs. Mary Watts, route 1, Royal Center, Mrs. Helen Douglas, 1731 Treen, Mrs. Eva Keller, route 6, city, Mrs. Caroline Piercy, 131 West Ottowa, and Mrs. Anna BoJle. route 2, city; grandfather, Clarence Galbreath, of 814 Sherman street, and several nieces and nephews. Funeral services are scheduled for 2 pjm. Monday at the Fisher funeral home with the Rev. Eugene Grater officiating. Burial will be at Mt. Hope cemetery. . VFW also is planning services Monday. Friends may call at the funeral •home this afternoon. New Books At Local Library Esquire magazine, Esquire Fashion Guide for all occasions. ' Galvano, Accurate putting and chipping. O'Conner, Bat Masterson. Tibbies, Buckskin and blanket days. Burgess, Frontier to 1 space. Hwotchi, Kodokan Judo. Boehm, 101 best stunts and novelty games. Beck, Modern science and the nature of life. Lehr, Weather. Tooze, Your children want to read. Stead, Low-fat cookery. Kelier, Management Accounting for Profit Control. Coles, Preacher with a plow. Biskind, Health & Hygiene for the modern women. Michael, I married a hunter. O'Dell, Country of the sun. Larrison, Owyhee: the life of a Northern Desert. Horsley, Hot Rod it—and run for fun! .Merriam, Going into politics. Hall, How to read the Bible. Davis, All Rome trembled. Five Men Arrested For Hunting Without Owner's Permission Five hunters were arrested Saturday morning a half mile south of the Logansport country club by William Kerber, Cass county conservation officer, on charges of hunting'without permission of the land owner or lessee. They 'are Wilmer Davis, 1031 Twentieth street; Raymond Weia- •and, route 2, Rochester; Wilmer Dunkin, 1407 Liberty street; Paul Howe-11, 18.08 Woodlawn avenue; and Richard Howell, route 2, city. The affidavits against the men were signed by Mrs 1 . William Spitler. They are to be arraigned in the local justice of the peace court at 4 p.m. Tuesday. Adult Leaders Meet Nov. 25 At Christian Church The annual Cass county Adult 4-H Leaders Achievement banquet will be staged in the dining roomj Mr - and Mrs - OPERATION MADBALL" with Kathy Grant (Blng's Wife) and Ernie Kovacs. State Starts Today. Richard looker Home from Duty In England Richard A. Looker, 19, son of of the Ninth -Street Christian Looker, 900 Sherman street, who has been in church on Monday evening, Nov. an air force motor pool at an air 25 at 6:30 o'clock, it was an-1 base near Warrington, Lancashire, nounced yesterday by county agri-| E . g] d d ^ cultural agent, Gus W. Thias. I «... The event'is one sponsored 1 by! ™> nths ' 1S home on the Logansport Chamber of Com-i He will report Dec. 8 at Mc- the past 16 merce when 4-H leaders are paid signal honors for • then- years, of service to} the .youths of the county area. . • Frank Taylor, recently appointed Secretary of the Logansport YMCA will be the .principal speaker for the-program.. He'is returning from the United Nations and will relate his experiences' of that trip alortg with his achievements in youth work for the YMCA. . Reservations for the dinner-program must be placed through county extension office at the court house by noon of Friday, Nov. 22. Jonah Club Tries Out Spudnik Recipe LAFAYETTE, Ind. Jonah Club will try — The Spudnik recipe out on a fish fry crowd at the state muck crop show in Columbia City Friday and offer a prize for a new name. The recipe: Wash and clean unpeeled potatoes and cut into French fry strips; put in pan and cover with tlour. dip floured strips in an egg-m'!lc batter, then roll in salted cracker jrumos until cov- ei£d. Cook in de?p fat. Roscoe Fraser, Monticello, ex- University, who is accepting new tension horticulturist at Purdue name suggestions until Dec. • 15, ?aid adding o f onion salt will give p hush-puppy flavor. Read the Classified Ads Guire air force base, N. J., to fly back to England for another IB months of service. According bo Looker, it rains almost every day at • Warrington. The G.I.'s call the rain, "Liquid sunshine." Looker enlisted in.the air force for four .years on April 13, 1956. Hearing Monday On Driving Range Plea A hearing is to be held Monday evening at the city building on the. petition by Dick Nethercutt and. Robert Wolfe to install a driving range and miniature golf course on a 20 acre piece of ground north of the city on road 17. The hearing is before the board of zoning appeals. The area would not be rezoned, but use could be approved for the purpose shown under certain conditions. CHECK CHARGE John Ward, 22, route 1, Wolcott, was brought to Cass county jail yesterday by Earl Walters, White county deputy sheriff, and booked on a fraudulent check charge. HOT MOTOR City firemen went to the Richard Bender residence, 1629 Smead, at 1:27 p.m. yesterday where a washing machine motor overheated. Winamac A special meeting of officers and interested persons has been called by the county chairman of Red Cross, Melvin Gudeman. The meeting, to be held Tuesday evening, in the Methodist church Fellowship hall at 7:30 o'clock, is for the purpose of discussing methods of financing the Blood bank. Mrs. John Sheppard, home service officer, states that it costs Pulaski county more than $600 per year to participate in the blood program and that funds for this purpose are about depleted. No more funds will be available until the membership drive, which takes place in March. Miss Selma Bernstein of Fort Wayne will be present. • The first of three concerts to be given by the music 'department of the Monroe-Winamac school will be held Nov. 26. Members of the band have been formed into twelve teams, for the sale of season tickets. Captains are Judy Ash, Allen Dunlop, Phyllis Earp, James Freeman, Victor Heater, June Hughes, Mary Kruger, Jerry Mangold, Kenton Olson, David Whipple, Donna Shearer and Paul Ruden. All groups -of the music department will take part, including the high school choruses. Dates of the concerts are Nov. 26, Feb. 11, and April 29. Proceeds are used to finance the purchase of new uniforms and other projects of the department. Mr. and Mrs. Charles L. Byfield are the directors. The Rev. Truman Carter went to Chicago on Wednesday to accompany Mrs. Carter from the South Shore hospital where she had been a patient for several days, under observation and receiving treatment. She is slowly improving. Mrs. Paul Gilbert and son, of Jamaica, N.Y.,. are visiting in the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. to assist in the care of her mother, who was injured in an accident recently. Monroe-Winamac P.T.A. will meet Monday eveniivg, Nov. 18, at 7:30 o'clock in the assembly of the high school. The County Health nurse, Mrs. Mark Adams, will show slides about health. Members of the Winamac fire department and their wives will be guests l at a venison dinner on Monday night, Nov. 18, at the V.F.W. Post home. The venison is being provided by ""Henry Kruger and Chester Reynolds, who brought two deer home from a recent hunting trip in Canada. The V.F.W. Ladies Auxiliary will prepare the food. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Dufendach and children, John and Lynrc, spent the past week with her father, John Kroft, anfl at Kokomo with his parents, 'Mr. and Mrs. Harold Dufendach, as they were enroute from Houston, Tex., to Leavittown, Pa., to make their home. Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Nice-spent Wednesday in Chicago visiting in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ray Hurd. Mr. and Mrs. Dale Hurd spent several days this week in the home of their son-in-law .and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Stogsdill, at .Indianapolis. The Missionary Society of the Winamac Church of the Nazarene held their quarterly work meeting Tuesday evening at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Neff. The women mended clothing and pre- pared bandages in the afternoon and after the carry-in supper,'the * men rolled the bandages.' The" material is to be sent to Korea. Officers of the newly organized Intermediate Youth Group of the • Methodist church, recently installed, are: president, Earl Ans- - pach; vice-president. Mary Nice; . secretary, Sylvia Shortle; treas-. urer, Mary Ann Dilts. Initiation of • members will be held Sunday evening, Nov. 17, at 6:30. Gordon Williams, a senior at Butler university, started last Monday on a six-weeks teacher, training period in the music department of the Monroe-Winamac school. He spent two weeks here early in the school year. Jean Losh of Winamac has filed suit for divorce from Russell L. Losh. Her complaint states that they. were married in 1954 and separated more than a year ago. . She asks that her maiden name of Shephard be restored. There are- no children. Would Speed Up Missiles Pro worn WASHINGTON (5V- The Demo-. cratic Advisory Council called • Saturday night for a greater sense of urgency in the race with Russia for survival. It said a special session of Con-. gress should be convened if necessary to finance a speedup in military and research programs. , ADMINISTRATOR'S Sale of Real Estate Notice is hereby given that pursuant to an order of the Cass Circuit Court, The Farmers & Merchants State Bank, administrator of the estate of Greene C. Smith, deceased, will offer lor sale at private gale at The Farmers & Merchants State Bank, Logansport, Indiana, at 1:30 p.m. on the 20th day of November, 1957; and from day to day thereafter until sold the following described real estate: DOWNTOWN BUILDING Located at ' 523 East Broadway, Logansport, Indiana ; . T JI Principal Business District . •': • Said real estate shall be sold for cash for not less than the full I appraised value thereof to the highest and best bidder, subject to the •_ approval of the Cass Circuit Court, and the purchaser shall be. furnished with an abstract of title for said real estate showing mer-; chantible or insurable. title. Said real estate shall be sold subject. to the second installment of the 1957 taxes due 1958 and free and clear J of all other liens and encumbrances. ; Inspection of said property may be made upon request at THel Farmers & Merchants State. Bank. Further information concerning > this property may be obtained from the Trust Department of The' Farmers !c Merchants State Bank or from the attorney for the estate.: THE FARMERS & MERCHANTS STATE BANK, Administrator -/ I Herman Gilbert. Mrs. Gilbert came | CHARLES K. MICHAEL, Attorney for Estate. MORNING EVENING SUNDAY .(TODAY'S BIGGEST NEWSPAPER BARGAIN). * You Can Get All Three of These Logansport Newspapers for Only 65c a Week by Carrier! IN THE MORNING Read the LOGANSPORT PRESS with your breakfast—The latest happenings during the night, the late, late sports; the complete local, state and national news, plus a fine selection of comies and features. fN THE EVENING Read the PHAROS-TRIBUNE each evening. The best with the latest news and pictures. Sport news—local and area news—state and national news—a complete page of comics—• features for the whole family. A wealth of information each day. « ON SUNDAY You get the big combined PHAftOS-TRIBUNE and PRESS all in one. A Sunday paper packed with news, many features for mother-father- sister and brother-special features for teenagers and another feature for the older adults. Two pages packed with the best comics. The latest sport news from ail over the nation. \ PHONE 4141 and have this combination deal started at once or drop us a card and we will start it for you. You will get a paper in the morning, in the evening, and on Sunday—11 big issues for only 65c. ffil t«j iU

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