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Monday Evening, November 18, 1957. Deaths in News By UNITED PRESS NE WYORK — Actor Richard Delphi Members of the Delphi Chamber^ ______ _ of Commerce in balloting by mail.] cutler, will celebrate" their~ 59lh have elected three new directors:' dding ann ; V ersary on Sunday, Robert L. Clawson, manager_• OL | Nov . 17 at lhe home of a Aaugh . •Glen Stair, John Wisher, and Charles Welch. Some 63 farms are affected by the drain Mullin said. Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Aiken of Taber, 72, co-auffior with James' [ he Can-oil County REMC; Donj ter> Mrs Morton Goldstein, in ln- Gteason of the 1325-26 hit play "Is.Bowman, proprietor of Green Ac-'gi €WO od, California where they are Zat So?", died Saturday at his res Soil Conservation Service; and; visiting Mr _ Ai , ken js „ years of home following a long illness. Robert Quinn, manager of the boy j age and his wife is 76 They have Roofing company. They will serve |rour _ aughter ,,. Mrs- Goldstein, three yaars on the board OL 01- MTS _ virgil MoCreai ol Tucson, Taber, who appeared in summer slock last summer in Atlanta, Ga., quit school at 17 to become an actor and first appeared in support of the late Edwin Holt in "The Cardinal." There followed a Jong career in vaudeville, legiti- ,:mate theater, films and television. NEW YORK — Architect Maurice Courland, 65, designer of :many noted schools, synagogues, hospitals, apartment houses and 'business structures, died of a heart attack Saturday in Jew- ash Memorial Hospital. Senior partner in the firm of Maurice Courland and Son, he practiced in Buenos Aires and in this country. MONROE, Wis. — Dr. John Schindler, 52, best-sellers author, was found dead in his wrecked car on a country road. Green County Coroner Samuel Humbel said an autopsy would be held today to determine if Schindler suffered a fatal heart attack or was killed when his car smashed into a bridge abutment. NOTICE Of ADMINISTRATION STATE OF INDIANA COUNTY OF CASS > )SS . IX THE CASS CITiCUJT COURT SEPTEMBER TERM, 1957 Xotice Is hereby Riven that Mary 1>. Pitman was on 1st day of November J!>57, appointed F,x- the I,ast Will and rectors, and succeed Richard Ei- •kenberry, Gene Lahr and Robert Fitzgerald who were ineligible for re-election. The announcement was made at the meeting of the Chamber of Commerce this week. Charles A. Wood is president of the organization. At the meeting lhe director.; voted $100 to the h:gh school band fund in appreciation of the summer band concerts, the Halloween parade and in anticipation of the bands help during the Christmas season. The final luncheon meeting of the current year wi',1 be' held Wednesday noon, Nov. 20 at 12:30 p.m. in the dining room of the Masonic Temple. At a special meeting of the Carrol! County Board of Commissioners this week a claim for $8,587.46 was allowed as a partial payment of the Bounty's share of the Ariz.; Mrs. J. H. Smith, Freeport, III.; and Mrs. Grace ervis of Cutler. Mr, and Mrs. John Burkle purchased the 43'/2 acre -farm located •three and a half miles west of Oekley Saturday at the administrator's sale conducted in the law office of Obear & Overholser. The land was sold to settle the estate of Ira Sutler and Russell Sutler. H was estimated that the land brought approximately $559.50 per acre. Ally, and Mrs. Dan Overholser are the parents of a daughter, Vrc- ci Fern, born at the Home hospital on Nov. 8. They have two other children. Mrs. C. T. Amick entertained the Neighborhood Bridge Club at a party Thursday night. Mrs. Er- True Life Adventures FOOTNOTE TO TRAGEDY. ©KPIMARIU-/, THE FOX WOUL-P £ONSIE7HF£ A. RACE WITH rX US'NX AS 'NO CONTEST.^ THE WINTER ^TH OF HE AW HAIR ON THE FEET Oj= THE L-t/NX EQUIPS HIM WITH SNCWSHOES ON WHICH TO TREAt? THE SNJOW ANP THE FOX'S FEET GROW NOME.... •.•:.. ••••- ' Yv?; Royal Center Mr. and Mrs. Francis Horn and daughter were dinner guests last Sunday of Mrs. Mayme Coleman and they attended church here. Born to Dr. and Mrs. Ned Russ, a son, at St. Joseph Hospital. The WSW3 of the ELTB church will meet Wednesday afternoon in the church ( basement. Hostesses will be Mrs'. Hazel Sparks, Mrs. Mary Berkshire, and Mrs. Hazel Dewitt. Mr. and Mrs. Roscoe Sarber spent the past weekend at Plymouth with Mrs. Sarbers' parents, who are in for poor health. Mr. and Mrs. G. V. McCombs went to Savanna, Mo. Thursday, where Mr. McCombs will undergo surgery for a small tumor in his mouth. He will stay lor a month, ic will return home. Mrs. Fred Nethercutt has returned to his work at Salem, 111. after spending a week here at HE SINKS, Fl_OUNt7EKS, A.NP rS CAU&HT. of Edward E. Pitman, Qu £ Q f Su°ar Creek" bridge south of Del- :r > e st Goff was a guest. The hostess phf on the Dayton road. The to- served angel food cake, ice cream,. tal county share will probably ex- frozen strawberries, nuts and cof-. teed 815,000 with the Federal Gov- : -ee following the game, crnment paying the remainder of Mrs. Fren Musselman entertain- the mo:re than $26,000 the bridge ed a few friends recently and will cost. The contract for the showed a number of things she building the new structure was re-.had purchased'on her trip lo Eur- cenlly awarded to the Waltz Con- O pe last summer, structioh Company of North Man- Th _ Webelos den ot De jp W Boy Chester. The new bridge will re- Scouls m _ t a( . 1 Saturday place the one torn down in May wjth Morris Benefiel as leader . iflST wh-n struw by an automobile The _ „ t t the same than build the new bridge ame each Saturday _ The Delphi Boy Scouts are planning a court of It-IB tXmtx*d IT Kins return S in said court within six <6) months from the date of thfl first publication of this notice or said claims will be forever barred. Dated at Logansport, Indiana, thli 1st day of November, 1S57. Elizabeth Bicker Clerk of the Circuit Court for Cass County, Indiana Miller. Babcock fk Tolbert Attorney for Estate •t-11-18 NOTICE OF SAI.E Notice is hereby given that on Tuesday, November 1 !>, 1957, at 10:00 o'clock A. M.. Central Day- llffht Savings Time, at the office of the undersigned siruated at the West End ot Bates Street, IjORansnort, Indiana, the undersigned will offer for sale nt Public Auction to the highest bidder the following described property of •which Mr. Paul D. Hunt. Rnyal Center. "Indiana and Mack H. Po»- tel, Chlcagro, Illinois are consignor and conslirnpe, to-wlt: 3 U-Select Coin Operated Candy Machines. KAIN'S MOTOR SERVICE COF.P. 14-18 Highway, sion and the Federal Government to share the cost of the structure. Members ot the County Board of Commissioners are Charles Phil- lipslips, Clyde Langston and Carl Eikenberry. A petition has been filed in Carroll Circuit court by a group of Madison township farmers along with some Tippecanoe County, asking for a new drain lo be known as the "Buck Creek Open Drain." The drain is lo run along lhe course of the now existing Pearson drain which was conslrucled in 1883. The new drain if granted will be wider and deeper. Ally. Lewis Mullin is representing the following petitioners: Carl Wise, Obe Campbell, Jo'hn McConmick, Tom Witter, Wayne Clawson. Lynn Fetterhoff, Roy Sheets, MiJford Welch, John E. Wagoner, Charles Sbepard, Mr. and Mrs. George Revingfon Jr. will spend a few days in Chicago this week. The Queslers Club will meet in the REMC auditorium on Wednesday night, Nov. 20. Mrs. E. B. Boonstra of Lafayette will be the guest speaker. She will talk on flower arrangement. Committee members are Mrs. John Thompson, Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Gish and Mrs. Roy Moore. Howard E. Stange of Monticello and Ally. Lewis Mullin will be the leaders Tuesday night, Nov.. 19, when the Great Books club meets at the Delphi library to discuss the "Wisdom of Laolse", The intro- ducting lo the most interest study is written by Lin Yutang, well known Chinese aulhor. Mrs. John Delaney, Ned, Phil, and David and L. M. Fletcher will be guests of Dr. and Krs. L. Smith at a turkey dinner on hanksgiving Day. Mrs. William Burrows entertain•d a few friends at dinner Thursay night. Russell C. Miller has taken em- loyment at the L. M. Fletcher hardware Store. Mrs. Ed Fossnock wilt entertain he Clay Harmony H. D. Club uesday, Nov. 19. The meeting jens at 1 p.m. with Mona Myres 'fering devotions. The project les•on will be given and a miscella- ieous sale held. Mrs. Harold Frey nd Mrs. Myers are the assistant TOO* CHRISTMAS CLUB CHECK FOR CHRISTMAS 1957 Mp yo. ~w *. Uot oUoJ HOW to Cfcdrim-. mM «<- y^ri W. «r HSt Ontmm Cfc*. KMU» II THE Farmers & Merchants State Bank Logansport, Ind. Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation Member Federal Reserve System 55 Years of Uninterrupted •> 01-7 Service to This Community ' 5O / Logansport, Indiana, Pharos-Tribuna Flvt home with his wife. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Burg«t and Mr. and Mrs, Kenneth Bur;;et and daughter were supper gitjsts o. r Mrs. Cecil Martin. The WSCS of the iMV.'thodist church will meet Wednesiay at church.' Gifts will be broegh for the Newberry Centre in Chicago. Hostessess will be Hazel Boose, Pearl Mappin, Essie Pfeil and Louis Pufahl. Mr. and Mrs. Don Foslsr an<l family of Chicago were rec«nt dinner guests of Mrs. Fred Xether- cult. Mr. and Mrs. Roscoe Fultz left the past week to spend th« winter at their home in St. Petersburg, Fla. Mrs. Deca White, Mrs. Pearl Minthorn, and Miss Mab'le McDonald recently went to Frankfort to see Mrs. Mattie Boose, whose son. Forest, recently died. Mrs. Mary Raderstorf is visit- ing hor son Donald and family ol Ft. Wayne. Mrs. Jennie Anderson has been sick the past week. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Hincs hav« moved to their new home near Kewanna. Mr. and Mrs. Reuben Howell of Marion spent the past Sunday with his father, Newton Howell. Dr. B'.ickenstaff is improving quite nicely from his recent illness. The first margarine was mada in France when Napoleon III needed a nutritious concentrated food for his troops. WANTED: At Once! 500 WOMEN, Age 17-59 MARRIED OR SINGLE hostesses. Mrs. Bearnard Pearson ar.c Mrs. John Wilcox are leaders ol Troop No. 25 composed of Monroe Street second grade Brownies. Mrs. Russell Wilcox and Mrs Charles Wilson are leaders for troop No. 18 which is composed o: seventh grade Girl Scouts. The Gamma Gamma Nu Sorority held a business meeting at the REMC auditorium on Nov. 6. Mrs. June Davis, president of the Chapter, presided. Mrs. Betty Sales told about the Tri Kappa party. The chapter discussed the social to be held on Wednesday Nov. 20 in the Pittsburg School. 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