Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on November 25, 1957 · Page 8
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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 8

Logansport, Indiana
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Monday, November 25, 1957
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Bight Logansporl, IntSnni, P*aros-Trtbraj» Sputnik I Speeding to Its Death CAMBRIDGE, Mass. (UP) — Sputnik I's rocket, speeding faster and faster toward its death, will make one of its last visible appearances over the United States tonight. The Smithsonian Astrophysical Observatory reported the rocket, Alpha I, will have "three excellent passages" over the country, the first one over New England about 6 p.m. The "rocket was sighted over the U.S. in many areas Sunday night, but was seven minutes behind schedule. Smithsonian scientists said they'had insufficient data to determine the reason for the delay. Walter Lang, a - Smithsonian senior observer, said new calculations will be made on the.sightings of Alpha I Sunday night. Lang said this could indicate an earlier date for the rocket's death. Earlier the Smithsonian predicted it would plummet to earth about Dec. H, 'bat British and Russian Detection Center was held in the Hospital Thursday morning with Dr. Sennett of Macy as the examining physician, assisted by two registered nurses o£ the hospital •staff. Twenty^six persons received the examination. Light refreshments were provided by the Kappa Delta Phi Sorority. Ladies assisting were Mrs. Ira Goss,. Mrs. Harrison Ht.lteiiman, Mrs. Don Metzger, Mrs. Robert Marten, Mrs. Dale Shaw, Mrs., Elaine-Tillman. Mr. and Mrs'. Charles RicMrart are. in Indianapolis 1 where were called by the death, of Mrs. Riohharc's brother-in-law. Mr.. a-nd Mrs. Robert VanDuyne attended the. Football game at Notre Dame, Saturday, Mri and Mrs. Ray Meyers, Mr. and Mrs. John Crow-ell, Mr.' and Mrs. Dale Shaw and son, Bobby Dale, and Mr. and Mrs. Conde Holloway and children, attended the barn dance Field at Plymouth Saturday night, as did Mr. and Mrs. Sam McDowell and Dr. and Mrs. Philip Clinger. Mrs. Herman Kindig of Rochester announces the engagement and approaching marriage of her daughter, Doris Kay, to Eddie Joe CASS COUNTY'S "NEW" CIRCUIT COURT Monday Evening, November 23. 1957. Sees Seaway As Advantage To Farmers .COLUMBUS, Ohio (UP) — A U.S. Agriculture Department official said today that midwestern farmers probably will save 15 cents a bushel by shipping .their grain by the St. Lawrence Seaway when it opens. Raymond A. lones, foreign agri-l cultural service deputy adminis-, trator, said the seaway will make American farm products more ccrmpetitive in the world market. "The new seaway facilities will handle bulk carriers 10 times the size of tile present 2,000 to 2,500- ton carriers now in use," he said."It is very important to American farmers that a high level of agricultural exports be maintained," he said. "Although the domestic market is and always wiil be our principal market, it alone cannot atsorn the total production of our farms." "Foreign markets are an essential auxiliary outlet," he said. Jones told the Ohio Farm Bureau Federation meeting here that last year's agricultural exports totalled more than 4% billion dollars. Read the Classified Ads scientists said it may fall within Walters, son of Mr. and Mrs. Era few days. Rochester Green Oak Community club members met in the home of Mrs. Howard Tobey for their November meeting. Mrs. James Newcomb and Mrs. Robert Keim were assistant hostesses. The president, Mrs. Harold Lease opened the meeting by read- Ing a poem, "Thanksgiving I>ay", after which -the group sang "America The Beautiful". The chaplain, Mrs. Homer Sampsel brought the devotional thought, reading a chapter from the sermons of Billy Graham "Peace With God", and offered prayer in closing. The pledge to the flag was given, and a report was made of sickness among the members and their families. Robert Baker was reported improved and is now home from the hospital in Bluffton. Dallas Smith was reported quite serious and is confined to Woodlawn hospital. The group decided to remember all service boys and girls, children of club members, who are in the Service, with a remembrance at Christmas. A gift exchange will be enjoyed at the Christmas party, each to cost $1; $2 was donated to the Salvation Army. Plans for the next years program were presented by Mrs. Howard Lease. She announced that new books would be distributed at the. next meeting. A'.Tiazarre of hand made articles and food products were auctioned off with Mrs. Jack Severns acting as auctioneer, and Mrs. L.' D. Thousand as clerk. Delicious refreshments served to the 24 members, one 'guest, Mrs. Ned Haiterman, four children: Jeffery Lease, Gary Severns, Bobby and Timmie Wagoner, and to Mrs. Harold Lcwe, who was welcomed' into the dub membership. Mrs. H. W. Sherrard Sr., and Mrs. L. D. Thousand and daughters, Ann and Nan, sp&nt Thursday and Friday in South Bend. Recent visitors in the Guy Bryant home were Mrs. Bussie Zimmerman, Mrs. Don Van Horn and children, Julia and Mark of Cul ver,. and Mr. and Mrs. 0. C. How ard. Tlhe Woodlawn Hospital Cancer NOTICE TO TAXI'AYKRS OF AnDlTIONAIj APPROPIHATIONS Xotlca Is hereby given to the taxpayers of Washington Town- Hhlp, Cass County, Indiana, . thai the; proper legal officers of sale towhship at a special meeting al the- residence of the trustee of said township at 7:30 o'clock P .-M. on the 2nd day of Docem- bor, 1057, will consider the following additional appropriations •which said officers consider necessary to meet the extraordinary emergency :it this time: TOWNSHIP FUND 1. Trustee's Salary, Clerk Hire. Office Rent S120.00 • Total Township Fund 5120. 0 •' SPECIAL SOHOOl FUND] 12. .Eepnir of Buildings and Care of Grounds ...J300.00 14' School Furniture and Equipment ............ 1500.0 15 School Supplies ........ 800.0 f Miscellaneous 120.00 ' Total Special School Fund .................. 52220.0' Taxpayers appearing at such meeting shall have a right to be heard thereon. The additional an proprlatlon as finally made wll DO.* automatically referred to the State Board of Tax Commissioners ii-Sich Board will hold a furthe nearlne within fifteen days a the County Auditor's office o Cass County, Indiana, or at sue! other place as may bo designated At such hearing, taxpayers ob jecting to any of such addltlona appropriations may be heard am Interested taxpayers may inqulri of the County Auditor when and •where such hearing will be held CHARLES McNULTY Trustee "Washington Township Ckss County, Indiana lest Walters, Richland Center. Dec. 14 had been set at the wed- ing date. • Mrs. Conde Holloway was hostess to the McKinette Home Dem- >nstration for their annual "hus- >ands night", Thursday evening, n her home, 920 Fulton street. A turkey dinner, supplemented by a favorite dish carry-in was erred at 6:30, with grace being >ffered by Mrs. Paul Biler. Mrs. Robert Zeller and Mrs. Richard llarey were co-hostesses. A brief business meeting was in charge of Mrs. Herbert Smitih, president. Hans Sebold, a Germany exchange student, who is enrolled at Manchester College, was the guest speaker. He compared life in Germ-any, to life in America. He wias presented a cash gift by the club. Guests and members present were Mr. and Mrs. Paul. A. Eiler, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Eiler, Mr. j and Mrs. Sam Large, Mr. and rtrs. Herbert Smith, Mr. and Mrs. Garrison Haiterman, Mr. and Mrs. Garland Eshelman, Mr. and Mrs. Eshelman, Mr. and Mrs. Dale Walsh, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Clarey, Mr. and Mrs. Harvey llarey, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Barkman, Mr. and Mrs. James Vrana, Mrs. Richard Notz, Mrs. Martin Votz, Mrs. James Nixon, Mrs. lichard Sheelz, Mrs. Loren Mat:ix and Mrs. Robert Ze-ller. The annual achievement luncheon of the county units of the Fulon County Woodlavm Hospital Auxiliary was held Thursday in he American Legion social room. iMrs. Harry Johnson, Mrs. Elsworth Wagoner and Mrs. Robert Cessna, the dinner comonittee, arranged the ham-carry-in dinner. Mrs. E. L. Kessler offered grace. The. business meeting was conducted by Mrs. Fred Robinson,) who opened the session by having: Mrs. Parke Baxter read a copy of he letter sent to the State Hospital Auxiliaries Association, which won a trophy. Mrs. Robinson displayed the trophy and also the award for "fund raisin,?;" received at the State Conventio.ii. She also showed the favors rmide by the different units to be luted on hospital trays. Mr. Ernest Baxter was the featured entertainer. He .showed colored slides made on the trip he and Mrs. Baxter took bo Europe. : Pictures of the ships, Queen Eliz-; abeth, London and Venice, werej| shown. The president assigned the work- month at the hospital for each unit. Each unit president, gave a brief summary of her groups' accomplishments last year. : H was announced the "Blood Bank" will be in Rochester Dec. 30, and the auxiliary units are requested to solicit blood donors. New officers for 1958 were elected as follows: president, Mrs. Barry Johnson; 1st vice president, Mrs. .Clyde Beehler; 2nd vice president, Mrs. Clarence Gulp; secre-- tary-treasurer, Mrs. John Price; and assistant sec-treas., Mrs. Glair Ellis. A gift of appreciation for excap-' tional good work was presented to. the outgoing president, Mrs. Robinson. The Muscular Dystrophy campaign will open in Rochester on .Monday. The drive will be Conducted by city firemen and boy scouts, their fourth drive year. A long blast of the fire .sirer^ will launch the drive. Firemen have asked residents who want to give to turn on their porch lights. Donald Metzger has returnee! from a three-day stay-in Indianapolis where he was attending the! convention of county managers ol! Getting the feel of the new Cass county circuit court room above are, left to right, bailiff Edward Sage, attorney Herbert Small, Judge Clifford "Wild, attorney Fred Hanna and attorney Lynn O'Neill. The new court room is now in operation, but some work remains to be done in the judge's chambers and the court reporter's room. the Indiana Farm Bureau Co-operatives. Mr. and Mrs. John McKinney were hosts to the 0AM club Friday evening with a carry-in dinner. Attending were Mrs. John Braman, Mr. and Mrs. Francis Zegafuse, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Bailey, Mr. and Mrs. John Phebus and daughter, Sue, Mr. and Mra, Calvin Braman and family, Mr. and Mrs. Guy Bryant, all of Rochester, and Mr. and Mrs, Carl Philips of Bourbon. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Baxter announce the birth o£ a new grandson, James Winston Gallop, of Addison, IU. Mrs. Gallop is the former Gloria Baxter, Dr. A. Dale Fiers, president of the United Christian Missionary ty of Disciples of Christ will be guest speaker in the Rochester Christian church on Sunday morning. Ladies of the church will conduct the service. Two Injured Slightly In Two-Car Collision Two persons were injured, apparently only slightly, in a collision on East Market street, just west of Fifth, at 5:15 p.m. Sunday. Eleanore Willy, 18, of 214 East Miami avenue, one of the drivers, sustained an injury to her right 6 Killed Over Weekend on State Roads By UNITED PRESS Indiana's 1957 traffic death toll rose well into its second thousand during the weekend with at least six persons killed oh Hoosier streets and highways. All of the deaths came in separate accidents. One pedestrian was killed. Trees were involved in two fatal crashes the same night. Joe Fitzgerald, 45, Indianapolis, was killed Sunday when a car in which he was riding went out of control and smashed through a fence on U.S. 421 near Frankfort. Valentine Dworecki, 43, South Bend, was killed Saturday by an automobile on a South Bend street. Erwin Schmidt, 31, Lynnville, died when his car sideswiped another automobile two miles north of Daylight in Vanderburgh County. Rul>y M. Long, 42, Crawfordsville, was injured fatally when her car swerved into a ditch on a gravel road seven miles southeast of Ladoga. Keith D. Mayhaw, 31, Logansport, was killed Friday night when his car went out of control and TODAY-J"RUN OF THE ARROW" AND "DINO" ROXY Tues.-Wed.-Thurs 3'5c Ti\ 6 'I Wai: A Teen-age Werewolf Fun At Night Open 1 p.m. "Invasion Of The Saucerman" RUBBER STAMPS Made In Our Own Plant 2-DAY DELIVERY CHRONICLE PRINTING CO. 417 Market Ph. 4362 elbow, and Mrs. William Wilson, h j t a tree on a Cass County road 117 Nineteenth street, wife of .the other driver, suffered a neck !injury. near Logansport. A car carrying four young persons went out of control Friday Both were headed east and Wil- night and hit a tree, killing Robert son, 43, stopped in a line of traffic. The Wilson 'car was struck from behind by the Willy auto. Allen Williams, 20, Muncie, near the junction of Ind. 3 and 67 near Muncie. Winter Term will begin December 9 Ocgr«* Counts in ••rimii Adminlitfotteo and Finance Omcrtive Sscrtlatiol ProvhKM Ovttn*** 1 IntwncrtiorKil Cotfag* Fort Wayne 2, Indiana PRICES GOOD TUE., WED., FRIDAY AND SATURDAY HO I C E \ E ATS SH3E TO Broadway! SA'TISFACTIO CUARANTEF < ITOB9H COAST OYSTERS BAZLEYS GRADE A Government Inspected OVEN READY OVEN READY TURKEYS VW LB - W W L B. *O LB YOU CAN'T'BUY BETTER BJiRDS. THEY'RE SURE TO SATISFY Annual Dairy Sale Royal Center Community Sale Barn " November 30, 1957 at 12:00 f. 125 HEAD ' Morri* Pool of Monon will sell his ontire herd of Holstein covra and heifers and nis surge milker, only 2 years old. Ten of these eovra are.just fresh or close up. <, Forest Baker of Kewanua will sell his entire herd of Guernsey cows and heifers. All will have calves in next 30 days. A very good herd of cows with plenty of size and all young. ;,'40 head Wisconsin Holstein heifers. Vac and ready to breed. 8 head registered cows and heifers due in next 30 days. ;-S5 head of cows and hetfers, just fresh or heavy springers. Lunch will be served. "''For further information contact Harry Bridge or Orvillfi Etnier. FRESH STEWING HENS FBBSrf PRYING CHICKENS DUCKS Fancy- Grade A *. 49c CAPONS 6 to 8 Average Lb. 55c BAZLEYS HOMEMADE MINCEMEAT 3 POUND SI 00 POUNDS BAZLEYS PURE ^^ LARD 2 BAZLEY ROYAL PALM j^ •• OLEO 3 5 CUT FROM BABY BEEF ROUNDS STEAK C IB. JUNEDALE BRAND 4 Reasons. They Are Better. Select Quality Completely Shankless. Better Trimmed. Ready to Eat. HAMS Butt Half LB. 53c Shankless HALF C IB. CENTER SLICED HAM 95c POUND WE BAKE AND SLICE HAMS TO ORDER Store r H oursOPEN FRIDAY TILL 9 P.M. 3SS* 6 P.flL STEAK BEST CUTS SIRLOIN ib. 59' STATE Open 1 p. m. 50c 'til 6 NOW thru TUB, 2-FBATU«ES-a Paramount presents HENRY fONDA ANTHONY PERKINS IN AJfSKt8ERG-S6AIOW m , PLUS BETTY HUTTON DANA ANDREWS in "SPRING REUNION" WEDNESDAY "BOMBBRS B-52" Hay, kids, get your Saturday Morning kiddio jhow ticket! now. Tickets must b« bought in advance. 11 shows $1.00. TO BUILD AIRPORT WESTFIELD (UP)—The owners of the Campbell Coal Co. of Indianapolis have announced plans to build a large small-plane airport on a 270-acre farm six miles west of here in Boone County. Officials said the field will be able to handle 50 to 100 planes. Make Your Thanksgiving Feast Complete— With Fine Wine CONK WED. Bode SHIRLEY JOffiS coioi kr ot nit Matinee Thurs. THESE FAMOUS BRANDS IMPORTED: Barton & Guestier, Leonard Krcusch Orlando, Ruffino, llug- 'gcri, (Frascati), DuBonnet, Martini & Rossi, Mumuis (champagne). DOMESTIC: Taylors, New York State Christian Bros., Italian Swiss Colony, Meier's Ohio, Mogen David, Melody Hill, Pctri, Cooks (champagne), Roma (champagne). WE CARRY THESE WINE TYPES: Sherry,-Vermouth (Sweet Dry), Claret, Burgundy, Chianti, Rose, Zinfandcl, Bordeaux, Chablis, Sauterne, Mnscllc, Riesling, Muscatel, Port Champagne, Sparkling Burgundy. Ricci's LIQUOR STORE "Home Of Fine Spirits" 1001 Eric Ave. In the Spirit O) THAJMKSGIVING, Festive Fruits and Vegetables Feast Makings fe^ 2 FOR Cranberry Stiuce 39c TAYLOR-NO. 3 can 2 FOR Sweet Potatoes 49c MAXWELL - INSTANT • COFFEE DrETZENS-BISCUITS • Quick Bake DIETZ'BNS • Parker House DtETZENS • Triplets Large Jar $1.09 29c 24c Pkg. O'J_ Quick Bake O'Jt Pkg. Pkff. FRIES H PACK OYSTERS »s 69c Lido Frozen Pkg. PKG. • Yams OCEAN SPRAY • Cranberry Relish 25c • Pumpkin Pies frozen 49c • Fluff o 3ib.OH.79c WA'LDO'R'F • Toilet Tissue 6P k 49c LIBBYS - DEL MONTE • Pumpkin 19c Cranberries U. S. NO. 1 K>AHO Potatoes Head Lettuce For ££: '•*»• 29c Grapes Oranges lOlb.Bag J7C solid 15c EMPEROR 2 Lbs. 35t N«w California ' Dozen KRAFT'S Orange Drink 46 oz. can No. iVi Can • OHDER YOUR POULTRY NOW! • EXTRA SPECIAL • INTRODUCTORY OFFfiR Hall Gallon Seaitest Ice Cream CLOSED THANKSGIVING DAY Beverages and Juices PURE CIDER Gallon 59C| Coco Cola 6 Pack Plus Deposit Beer and Wine carry out U. S. Choic* Inspt. MeaM * Pancini's shopping Dial 5924 one stop Dial 5924 FREE DELIVERY HOLIDAY HOURS • Sunday Til Noon • Mon., Tue., W»d. 7 a. m. to 9 p. m.- • Closed At) Day Thanksgiving R»g. Priced 89c NO LrMIT SUPfR MARKET This offer good until Nov. 30 rp^TNO'SPACE APLENTY - _ J1201 ERIE AVENUE | I • f,f MM

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