Two Logansport, Indiana, Riaros-THbune Teacher Recruitment Program Here Nov. 21 High school juniors and seniors from seven northern Indiana counties will hear of the opportunities In the teaching profession from leading educators at a Teacher Recruitment Program in Logansport High School, sponsored by fee! Fourth Division, Indiana Kiwanis clubs. The program will be held Thursday, Nov. 21, beginning at 7 p.m. (CST). 0. M. Swihart,. Kokomo schools superintendent and currently president of the Indiana State Teachers Association, will address the students on 1 "Opportunities in Teaching." His talk will follow one on "Preparation for Teaching," to be delivered by J. R. Mitchell, director of teacher placement services at Purdue University. In addition, Mary Nola Roose, a teacher at Webster elementary school in Logansport, will tell the students first-hand of "Rewards of Teaching." The program, sponsored, by six Kiwanis clubs of the Fourth Division, is designed to combat the critical teacher shortage by bringing interested high school pupils together for a frank discussion of leaching as a profession. The project is sponsored nationally by Kiwanis International. Following the general session, the students will be divided into small discussion groups. Each will be headed by a county or .city school superintendent, a high school principal and a high school tho St. Elizabeth Hospital, Lafayette. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Briscoe, of Monon, are the parents of a daughter born at the Home Hospital, Lafayette. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest E. Crane Jr., 604 Hanawalt Road, Monticello,, are the parents of a daughter, Diane Marie, born November ^ at the Home Hospital, in Lafayette, by caesarean section, weighing 6 pounds and 3% ozs. Mrs. Crane is the former Ruth Rieken, daughter of Mr. and livs. Miney Rieken. Mr. Crane is a local police officer. Little Diane has a brother, David Lee, 2Vz years old. Mother and daughter are doing nicely. Mrs. Crane is in room 328. Freeman Wilson was returned to his home at 526 West Broadway Monday from White County Memorial Hospital in the Miller ambulance. Friends and relatives are invited to attend the wedding of June Ross and Orville Cook at the First Christian Church Sunday, Nov. 17, at 2:30 o'clock. Roy Stasser, 611 Easy sfcruet, announce the engagement of his daughter, Sandra Sue, • to Harry James Franks, son of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Franks, 402 South Bluff street. No definite date lias been set for the wedding. Camden The following girls have been inl- l n , div H U _l? U ? a i u ± Uated into the Sunshine society! tions will be handled in these groups, Loriri Badskey of North Manchester, governor of Indiana Kiwanis district, w.M appear on the program, also, as will Charles Shanp, superintendent of schools for Logansport. F. H. Gillespie, Monticello schools .superintendent and Kiwanis lieutenant governor, is the general chairman for the event. Students have been invited from schools in Cass, Fulton, White, Miami, Pulaski, Starke, and Carroll counties. CROSSWORD PUZZLE Xn>wer to 8>tu ""»''' fmtt ACROSS 1—Inquires ' G—Competent 0—Nahoor, sheep 12—Cease 13—Calamity 14—Make lace 15—Parent (collorjO 1C—Chills and fever 18—Organ of hearing 20—Symbol for tellurium 22—Slave 24—Metal plate 27—The pineapplo 29—Kind ot cheese 31—Crony (colloq.) 32—Vexes 34—Mark left by wound 36—Symbol for tantalum 37—In truth 39—Gap 41—Pronoun 42—Goddess of discord 44—Dons 45—Bo mistaken 47—Irritate '49—Stout.cart RO—Hindu peasant B2—British slreotcar 54—Latin conjunction 55—Lubricate C7—Wading bird 59—Exists 61—Dance step 63—City In Russia 65—Later 67—Grain 68—Attitudo 69—Woe DOWN 1—Snaico 2—Writing paper 3—Knocitout Cabbr.) 4—Hesort • 5—Vilify - a—Female fheep* •—Denude 10—A co«ti:nmt (abbr.) 11—Near 17—Earth goddess 19—Paid nctloe ' 21—Wlfo ot Geralnt 23—Every 25—State or! being thoroughly soaked 25 —Superior (slang) 27—First reader 28—Toward tho sheltered Bid* SO—Post 33—Slavo 35 —ElectrJ< catfleh 38—Soil 40—Weary 43—Set 48—Porch 43—Article of furnituro 51—Note of ucalo 53—Note of ucale 66—Cut off 68—Posed tar portrait 60—Vesperii curved S 'ankirTg Ivor In Italy 62—Cooled lava 64— Artificial ; lanKuagtt fl8—Symbol for nickel Burlington Monficello Marge Delzell and Marie Besh- Bar were hostesses at the regular Davis Electric had their grand opening at-their newly-constructed building in downtown Burlington on Thursday, Friday and Saturday of last week. Door prize winners were Amy Moore of near Dayton, Ohio; Earl Railer, route 1, Bring- Linda Shives, Judy Hughes, Pat;hurst; Virgil Ferguson, route 2, Ros.s, Margaret Kesterson, Marilyn Cutler; Orville,, Michaels, Burling- McCain, Kay Shriver, Sharon Sliaf- ton; and Iris McCain, er, Dana Myers, Barbara Geis:er,! Th e eighth grade is having a Cora and Peggy Rader, Roberta Connely, Lois Harmon, Pat Beighler, and Susan McKay, The formal initiation services wer.3 held at the Baptist ohuich. President Nancy Shafer was in charge. Miss Karen Maxwell sung "My Task," accompanied at the piano by Miss Jane Ann Replt>i;le. Mr. and Mrs. Joy Eagin h.aye been visiting their daughter, Janis, in Ocean Springs, Miss. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Oylor and Mrs. Blanche Spitler entertained the Friendly Bible class Sunday evening at the Lower Deer Cr.=ek business meeting of Delta Thetaj Church of the Brethren. Tau sorority held Monday night T1 >e group took —' ~ at the library, with Willa Bender- P""" 1 corOT " 0 ^ ton. the president, presiding. in the devo- service led by Mrs. F.or- lenca Cripe. President John Zook presided over the business s:es- Games and "contests were The date of December 9th was set for the Christmas party with piay'ed" Prices'went to Mr and the committee in charge, Wilrnai Mrs £ Q , er and Mr ; 1)nd Miller, Lucille Chambers and Col-i Mrs Russe n Qyler. leen Shook in charge. There willj Mr and MrS] wilbur Richard- be a SI Christmas gift exchange among the members and members are also-to bring a SI for a gift for their "sunshine friend." Virginia Burch was appointed to serve as recording secretary. A report was given on the participation of a team from the chapter in the Boy Scout fund drive, also on the Christmas chest. Tickets are distributed, Doris Holverson son have gone to Selving, Fla., to spend the winter. Mrs. Wilrner Hodge has returned to her home here. Librarian Joy Edging has created "The Story Hour" at the school for children. At the last story hour she read "Better Known a;; Jchn- paper drive Saturday, Nov. 16. Anyone wit'h papers or old magazines may contact Rita Oyler, Sue TWELVE MILE— Farm Bureau Dinner Nov. 20 Farm Bureau annual oyster supper will be served .at Memorial Hall, Wednesday evening, November 20. Election of officers will be! held. Mr. Bert Ward of North-pledge was read by Joyce Slifer. Manchester will show interesting Monday Evening, November 18, 199f. Kd Spangler and family, Mi\ and Mrs. Paul Hoelue of Fulton; Mr. and Mrs." Ivan Sullivan and Alice Ann', Mexico; Mrs. Clara Bornaman, Peru; "and Mrs. 'Mae Jones, Twelve Mile. The group was invited to the home of Mrs. Paul, .Hoehne, Fulton, for their Christ- ! nesday with Mrs." Russell Hook 'Logansport, Sunday afternoon. Birch Cress and Marion Dillman, Peru 'called on Mr. and Mrs. George Condon, Friday afternoon. Mrs. Gerald Champ and Mrs. Verne Ball, Lugansport spent Wed- mas meeting. Lioness Club wet at Memorial Kail, Tuesday evening. The dub travel film. 1 !. Members are to bring table iservice for their families and favorite dishes. Home Demonstration Club win observe gueiit day at their .meeting at Memorial Hall, Thursday, November ill. Members are to bring. a guest, table, service and two favorite dishes for the luncheon at noon. Roll call will be introduction ol: guests. Mrs. Grace Hoover will be devotional leader. Hostesses will be Catherine Skinner, Emma Afoshire, Evelyn Brenton, Helen Bookwalter, Gertie Champ and Mary Benedict. Local Horr.:e Demonstration Club members who received 100 percent attendance awards at the County Achievement Day were Helen Dillman, Ruth Hill, Clara Plans were made to have a seventy-five cent to one dollar gift exchange at the next meeting and also to bring gifts for the State Hospital patients, Joyce Slifer and Rosemary Swanson were in charge oil entertainment, Prizes went to Evelyn Johnston and Nonna Gearhart. Refreshments were served to twelve members. P.T.A. members opened their meeting Monday evening with the | ter, Mr. and Mrs. Elrrer Laugh- emeriti cr «f "fl Wjirchin flia Tf in n" *n»t* T TlHianATWlll.fi tery Monday afternoon. Her frus- mand was a former 'blacksmith here, and' both were well konwn. Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Suiter of Byron, Mich., are the parents of a baby girl, born Monday, Mrs. Sutler is the former Miss Phoebe Young, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Young. The baby was named Mary Ann. Carl Clark, route 1, Kokomo, residing near Burlington, underwent surgery for removal of a vocal chord last Friday morning at Memorial hospital, Logansport? Wilson, Paul Jones or Bobby Ly-j jerry Hurley was returned to his home last Friday from the St. Elizabeth hospital, Lafayette, following an operation. Charles Overholser h improving, but is still confined to his home. He is now up and. around Skinner. E.U.B. Ladies Aid met Friday afternoon wi'lh Mrs. Divola Smith. Her assistants were Clara Hirvkle and Catherine Skinner. "Come Ye Thankful Pejple" was sung. Mrs. Velma Hopkins used "Praises and Thanksgiving" as her devotional topic, reading the 147 Psalm and closing with prayer. Esther -Rudicel and Catherine Skinner were appointed to fix boxes for servicemen. Velma Hopkins, Alma Hoover and Nor ma Leffel are to fix cheer plates for shut-ins. "Transformed" was sung and the aid benediction was repeated in closing. Mrs. June Martin was a contest winner, Mrs. Rosella Ulery received the door prize. Nineteen members, two guests and three children attended. Guests were He. The Missionary Society Of the Burlington Christian church met at the home of Mrs. Earl Railer on Tuesday. The lesson was on Don and Norma Burney, missionaries in Japan. Mrs. Leroy Wright was the leader. Approximately $230 was cleared at the chicken fry sponsored by the Band Parents Organization. The money will be used to buy new equipment, uniforms, etc., for the band. Remodeling of the Sunday School rooms at the Christian church has begun. The attendance outgrew the present classrooms a-nd more room is needed: A delegation from the Brethren church visited the Flora Brethren church Sunday night, and was scheduled to visit there again Thursday night. The group visited the Bachelor Run Brethren church on Monday, with Miss Cindy Bailey providing special music. Both churches visited are holding revival meetings. Mrs. Will Ashby of South Bend chairman of the ticket committee,]had been dressed to character, others being Ann Gosman, Virgie! Touring the Indiana National - - ... _, ,.... Bank in Indianapolis recently were Doris Beaver, Jacquelyn Fry, Lois Jean George, Joyce Miller, Jean Jean Flora, and ny Appleseed" She then demon-| was buried ln the Burling . ton ceme . strated how to make apple dolls and displayed several of them that Kinney, and Jeanne All. The chest committee is Marie Beshoar, LaRue Davis, Elma Hickman and Kay Dellinger. The Delts will again -have a Christmas chest float in the Christmas pamde on Nov. 30th. Wilma Miller is the float committee chairman. Members are reminded to have their orders for Christmas cards . and wrappings in by Nov. 20th with the project chairman, Willa Henderson. The samples may be seen at her office in the courthouse. Elma Hickman, Beverly Platt and Willa Henderson will attend the Beta province convention this .weekend at the LaF.ontaine hotel at Huntington. At the November 25th social meeting initiation will be held at the home of Betty Martin with LaRue Davis and Martha Jane Grandidier the hostesses. Mrs. Don Teeter will be initiated. A group of White County Home Demonstration Club members were in Boswell recently and attended the Benton County Achievement Day program. Going were-Mrs, Eugene Anderson, Mrs. Richard Ward, Mrs. William Harrington, Mrs. Elmer May, Mrs. Grace Eisert, Mrs. George Stockton, Miss Marie Schafer and Miss Alice Nickel, Home Agent. Miss Alice Nickel, White County Home Agent, is in Plainfield Nov. 12 through 14th attending a •wiring and safety confreence cosponsored by the Purdue University Extension Service and the Public Service Co. of Indiana. The conference is being held at the Public Service auditorium at Plainfield. Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence A. Cramer, of Wolcott, are the parents of an 8 pound daughter, born Tuesday flight at 6:43 p.m. in Home Hospital, Lafayette. Mrs. Cramer is the daughter of Mrs. Helen Helderle, of Wolcott. Mr. Cramer is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Cramer, of Idaville, R. 1. Mr. and Mrs. Andy Thompson, of Francesville, route, are the parents of an 8 lb., 4 oz., daughter. Lorr.a Gayle, born Monday morn- Ing at 8:33 by Caesarean section at the White County Memorial Hospital, in Monticello. Mother and daughter are doing -nicely. Mrs. Thompson is the former Miss Marilyn Shoop, of Idaville. They have another daughter, Teresa, age 3. To Mr. and Mrs. Willie Cross, ef Wolcott, a son at. the St. Elizabeth Hospital, at Lafayetle. A ion wa* born to Mr. and Mrs. Charles Morgison, of Chalmers at Sprinkle, and others. Pre-Thanksgiving SALE Coats-Suits Dresses Juniors, Misses, Petites, Women's SAVE ON FASHION COATS Our stock is overflowing with new styles—fine fabrics — lavish fur-trims! All priced at dollars less than you'd expect! GROUP 1 Were $49.95 $69.95 Now $37.88 $51.88 GROUP 2 Were $75.00 $99.50 Now$55.88 $71.88 GROUP 3 Were $105.00 $150.00 Now $78.00 $112.00 Group of Wool Dresses Regular Fall & Winter Wools SPECIALLY PRICED FOR CLEARANCE Up to '/3 off dress shop 936 Eott Broadway and Mrs. Arthur Bramlbott at Leb- non. Mrs. Wa Kileman returned to her home Saturday from Dukes Memorial Hospital. Mr. and 3fe. Dayton Staller have''moved into their home north of town. Miss Jennie Reed, Xrs. Daisy Krieder, Mrs. Fay Maus visited Mrs. Beatrice Conrad, Mrs. Ide HUeman and Mrs. Nora Harter at Dukes Hospital, Peru. Mr. and Mrs. Gera'.d Champ spent Sunday with the litter's sis- singing of "0, Worship the King a:ad the P.T.A. ;;ong led by Mrs. Dean Moss and accompanied by Mrs. • Esther RucKcel. George Wil- 5<ir. used "Thankiigiving" as his devotional theme stressing Christian friends, material: goods and victory and the main things to be thankful ifor. He closed with pray.:. It was (reported that $119.82 Hinkle, Georgia Pickering and Inez was made frops the Hallowe'en Carnival. QMli Sappers in connection with ball games are to be discontinued. E«aports regarding possible projects were given by Mrs. Nora Edillh Brown. A decision was made to purchase another folding lunch ta'ble for the lunchroom. 182 members were reported by the membership committee. Parents visited the grade rijoms following the business .session, Mrs. Mary Jo'Bean moderated a group discussion, of school problems. A report on the P.T.A. Indianapolis. Rochester Mr. and Mrs. Fred Keim entertained at a dinner Wednesday evening. Present were Mr. and Mrs. Fred Westwood, and Mr. and Mrs. Fred Gottschalk and son, Jim. Fred Wood was brought from his home on Fourth street, to the Woodlawn hospital Wednesday night in the Zimmerman Brothers ambulance. The Foster and Good ambulance took Mrs. Robert Goodmac and baby from the hospital to their home, at 510 East Ninth street, Thursday. It also brought Mrs. Marvin France from hor home to the hospital, Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Westwood and Delbert Westwood were in South Bend, Wednesday, at the bedside of their father and broth- Nelson. They were welcomed into the club. Mrs. Clay Smith, program chairman, introduced the "Birdland Trio", composed of Mrs. Hermit Biddinger, pianist; Mr. Elgio Alber, whistler, and Mrs. Delbert Hunter, violinist, who presented three selections which were received with much enthusiasm, Mr. James Thain of Plymouth, was the main speaker. He showed colored slides of his native homeland, Scotland. During his interesting commentary he urged his audience to appreciate the advan- ages and freedom which we enjoy in America. Hostesses for this lovely affair were, chairman, Mrs. Calvin,, assisted by Mrs. Dean Arven, Mrs. Robert Berns, Mrs. Ethel Hire, Mrs. E. K. Johnson, Mrs. J. H. Linneman, Mrs. Otto Miller, Mrs. Dean Newcomb, Mrs. Roscoc Pontius, Mrs. George Schael, Mrs. R. L. Sparks and Mrs. Orvan Van conference was given by Mrs.] e r, John Westwood, who is criti cally ill in Memorial hospital O'reraldine Strasser. Refreshments were served by the .parents of Mrs. Brown's students. The attendance banner went to Mrs. Nora Edith 'Brown's room. • The second issue of the Mile Post was distributed Monday. Martin. Corinth Women's Missionary So- ciely met with Mrs. Gail Morrow, Wednesday evening. Mrs. Carolyn Conrad and Mrs. Ethel Louthain were assislant hostesses. The theme was "The Church In the The conditions of M-arv By-rumiWorld Today", "My Good Workers." Mrs. Dorothy Conrad read and Ed Michaels is slightly improved. the call to worship. "I Love to Mrs. Maurice Fuller has been;Tell The Story" was sung. Matt. quite ill with flu and complications. KENNEDY ON IMMIGRATION NEW YORK ('UP)— Sen. -John F. Kennedy (D-Mass.) called Sunday for a "new look" in U.S. immigration laws and suggested preference be given to scientists. Speaking to a meeting of the American Jewish Congress, Kennedy said legislation should provide for redistribution of national quotas, permanent visas for 30,000 Hungarian refugees in this country, discretionary power for the President in hardship cases and a non-quota pool of visas for persons with essential skills. 20:1-16 was read by Martha Wray. Poems, "To Work Is to Pray" and "Countrymen's God" were read by Clara Bookwalter. Following prayer circle, the topic "These Also Christ Seeks to Save" was given by Mozelle Greer. Following the closing meditation by Mrs. Dorothy Conrad, the WMS benediction was repeated ir; closing. Twelve members and two visitors attended. Skinner Ladies Aid observed family night at the church, Thursday evening with a carry in supper, followed by an auction. Approximately $28 was cleared at the auction. Ten members, five visitors acd their families attended. Visitors included Mr. and Mrs. B-F.Goodrich SAFE1YTIRE SALE TRAILMAKER New Treads ALL N«W TRBAD DESIGN ON OttARANTOED CASINGS Any Winter Tire 95 7.50-»4 . PIUS ux AND Mounted FREE! RETREADABU TKE Come in... See this Sensational Kelvinator NEW 1958 AUTOAAATIC WASHER AUTOMATIC LINT FH.TER 2. TWO WASH & SPIN SPEEDS 3. CHOICE Of WASH AND RINSE TEMPERATURES "SUDS-BACK" —SUDS AND WATER SAVER DOWN HP TO 24 MONTHS TO PAT B.F.Goodrich 416 High St. Plenty of FREE Parking. Phone 2786 chos- n Monday were Herbert Corn nd Deanna Louthain. Others 1 who ried out were Wanda AKbott, Lina Benedict, Lynea Bookwalter, iarbara Fouts, Susie Helms, Mary 'inder, Dixie Strasser, Dick Reed, inn Scotten and Tracy Young. Students observed Veteran's Day y pausing for a moment of prayer t 1)1 o'clock. Word was received here of the eafh of Charles Barnhart, a foiirri' ir Adams Township school teach' T. He passed away September 21 it his home at San Gabriel, Cali- ornia and burial was at Baker's Tield, California. He is survive: >y a daughter, a son and grandchildren. Lue. Mr. and Mrs. Don Metzger and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Kerr were in Indianapolis • Thursday, nttend- ing a State Convention of the Indiana Farm Bureau. Mr. and Mrs. Francis Becht, 1530 Sunset Drive, are the parents of a daughter. Mr. and Mrs. Nick Swartz, South Bend, are the parents of a daugh- * ter. Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Thomas, Grass Creek, are the parents o£ * son. Mr. and Mrs. David Geyer, Tippecanoe, are the parents of a son. Mr. and Mrs. Max Gcarhart, Akron, are the parents of a daughter. Mr. and Mrs. William Garrison, Akron, are the parents of a dau.gh- Mrs. Grace Maus and Mrs. Fay Vlaus called on Mrs. Laura Maus at Walton, Sunday afternoon. Mrs. Bertha Rimper called on here. The Rochester Women's Club dinner meeting with their hus- >ands and friends as quests was ueld Wednesday evening in the social rooms of the Grace Methodist church. The dinner was prepared and served by the church .adies. The guests were seated at tables, decorated in the autumn-motif, fall flowers, and fruit. Each table was centered with flowers, accented by yellow candles in crystal holders. The Rev. F. I. Wilmert gave grace before the meal. The president, Mrs. 3. M. Wagoner, welcomed the guests and introduced the speakers table. Mrs. Vere Calvin as hostess chairman, presented a clever welcome address, which was climaxed by a "get-acquainted song" led by Mrs. Von Kochenderfer. The following names; were presented for membersh.p into the ter. Mr. and Mrs. James Coplon, Tippecanoe, are the parents of a son. 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