Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on December 31, 1957 · Page 32
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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 32

Logansport, Indiana
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Tuesday, December 31, 1957
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OGANSPORT PUBLIC LIBRARY Sixteen Logansport, Indiana, Miaros-Trtbtm* ROCHESTER 104 Donors Give Blood Red Cross officials were pleased Monday evening when a total of 104 blood donors were counted at the close of the fifth Red Cross Blood Bank in Fulton County during 1957. Officials were fearful of a small turnout. Although the quota of 127 was not reached, 108 appeared for donations, with only 4 rejections. Personnel assisting with the Blood Bank in the American Le gion Home, were Blood Bank Nurses from Ft. Wayne, with Ful ton Co. physicians. Gray Ladies, and Tri Kappa members assisting with clerical duties. Mr. and. Mrs. Carl Washburn of Plymouth were Saturday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Castleman ed a brief business meeting, and Mrs. Ernest Swanson gave a Christmas reading. Mrs. Blalne Tilman, program chairman, presided over the clever formation of a Christmas card, in which each member 'placed on a large poster her hand-made symbol which depicted scenes from "The Night Before Christmas" as it was read by Mrs. Tilrnan. A Christmas cloth covered the serving table which was centered with a punch-bowl encircled with candles and hand-made Christmas boll corsages. The party was enjoyed by 15 members and four guests: Mrs. Robert Shafer, Mrs. Hubert Taylor, Mrs. Ira Goss, and Mrs. Lisle Kreigbaum. Mrs. Virginia Thomson served as assistant hostess. Sheriff and Mrs. Laurence Morris and family were Christmas din- Deaths and Funerals BLUME Funeral services for Roy Blume, '6, of 919 Race street, were held Tuesday morning at the McClos- <:ey-Hamilton funeral home. Burial was in Mt. Hope cemetery. JONES Final rites for Charles E. Jones, 70, route 5, city, were held Tuesday afternoon at the McClockey- Flamilton funeral home, with the Rev. Walter Davis Jr. officiating. Burial was in Bethel cemetery. Gamble will officiate. Burial will be IK Mt. Hope cemetery. CRIST Lates rites for Dottie Alice Crist, 63, of route 6, city, will be at 2:30 p.m. Thursday at the Fisher funeral home. The Rev. W. C. Holmes will officiate. Burial will be in Mt. Hope cemetery. WILLIAMS Lates rites for Josephine S. Wilner guests of Mrs. Norris' parents, iliams, 66, of 307 Grove street, will Mr and Mrs. Leonard Slonaker. |be at 10:30 a.m. Thursday at the Mr. and Mrs. Forrest Wiard are i McCloskey-Hamillon funeral home, a vacation trip to New Tn p Rev - G-eorge Dunham will officiate. Burial will be in Mt. Hope recent guests here of Mr. and Mrs. Don Metzger and family. Mr. and Mrs. Louis Muller left today for Crawfordsville where they will spend New Year's with Mr. and Mrs. Richard Ward and family. Christmas dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Emerick were Dr. and Mrs. Claude Young. Mr. and Mrs. Ira Goss, and Mrs. Scott Bowen. Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Knauft and sons have returned from Ft. Wayne, where they joined in the celebration of Hie golden wedding anniversary of Mrs. Knauffs parents, Mr. and Mrs. Scudder Wilson of Macy. Mr. and Mrs. Wayne. Hittle and daughter Debbie and Pammie and Malcolm Young spent the weekend in Chicago visiting their cousin Mickey Young who was seriously injured in a Christmas Day auto accident. Kiwanis Club members met today at the Courthouse View Cafe for their regular luncheon. Highlight of tbe program was induction of officers for 1958. The Rev. EZRA Funeral services for Edgar Ezra, . . . , Mrs. Albert Eshelman were Mr. J72, of 1714 George street, will be !nd Mrs. Myron Carlson and sons, of Valparaiso, Mr. and Mrs. Jr. Geiselman of Culver, and Mr. and Mrs. Johnny Eshelman and sons and Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Eshelman and daughter, all of Rochester. Mr. and Mrs. Leo Morrow and son and Mrs. Ruth Holloway left Sunday for Coca, Florida, where they will visit Mr. and Mrs. Deverl Holloway and family. Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Hart and family have returned from Akron, Ohio where they enjoyed a family Christmas get-together. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Jefferies and | sons Eddie and Ernie, Mr. andi Mrs Clarence Wentzel and son Bil-! ly, Mr. and Mrs. Harry "Wentzel of Loiters Ford, Mrs. Oliver Krom, Grover Ellis, and Mr. and Mrs. Benile Berry of Fulton Were recent dinner guests in the home of Ernest Irvine. . Evergreen Rebekah Lodge No. 57 met recently at the IOOF Hall ' with Mrs. Harold Beaudoin, Noble Grand, presiding. It was announced at 1 p.m. Thursday at the Fisher funeral home. The Rev. Edward STOKER COAL Toasfrnasters Elect Two Vice-Presidents George Carabet was elected educational vice-president and Joseph Keirans was elected' administrative vice-president of the Logansport Toastmasters club at a meeting Monday night. Eugene Monahan gave a speech on "Banking Practices" and John Sikorski gave his "ice breaker" speech, the first before a Toastmasters club. Sikorski's critic, Judge Clifford Wild, said it was the best "ice breaker" given since the club was formed ten years ago. President Walter A. Gammel, Sr., announced that a local speech contest will be held next month to determine entrants in the district contest in March. Guests included Don F. Fisher of Noblesville, district 8 governor, and Robert Wild, hime from college over the holidays. BKMSC IT If MS induction of Dr. Claude Young, in : revealed that the lodge had sent were vice-president, Judge Frederick Rakestra-w: secretary, Burk treasurer, Floyd insUUed "a, gifts tomembers, who Miller: and Christman. Approximately 75 people attended the Open House Sunday after- r.oon and evening by the Rev. and Mrs. F. I. Wilmert, pastor of the Rochester EUB church. The tea table held a centerpiece of poin- settas, greenery and candles. Additional flower were presented the Wilmert's by the WSWS for use in the entertaining rooms. Those assisting in receiving and serving were the various church'of- ficials and their wives. Guests present were the Wilmert's daugh-i ters and families: Mr. and Mrs. M. R. Munk of Ft. Wayne and Mr. and Mrs. Roland Scherry of Decatur. Damage of $100 resulted to the auto driven by Erve Bradley, route 4, when he backed into a passing car-carrier truck near Main St. on W. 5th St. Monday morning. No damage resulted to the truck. Mr. and Mrs. Philip Waltz and Mr. and Mrs. Lester Beck, all of I Rochester, are parents of dauglv ters. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Hawk, Rochester are parents of a son, all born in Woodlawn Hospital. The lake home of Mrs. Louis Muller was festively decorated in a holiday mood when she entertained, members of the Birthday Club. Mrs. Ort Waltz, president, conduct- "SCIENCE SURPASSES THE MIRACLES OF MYTHOLOGY" * (Author's Namt Bolow) The practice of medicine and pharmacy in ancient days was based chiefly on wishful hope. Little was known about how the body was constructed. Most diseases were considered to be caused by evil spirits. Modern perfected .methods of diagnosis enable physicians to correctly determine the cause of sickness. Fortified by this knowledge and ably assisted by recently perfected d*ugs they often, almost overnight, produce results that were formerly impossible. That is why now, more than ever, it is wise to consult your physician when sick. YOUR PHYSICIAN CAN PHONE 3785 WHEN YOU NEED A MEDICINE Pick up your prescription while shopping near us. A great many people entrust us with their prescriptions. May we compound yours? HAMMOND PHARMACY "Logan's Prescription Drug Store" •Quotation by Ralph Waldo Emerson (1B03-1882) Copyright 1958 (1W2) are confined to nursing homes. Miss Becky Castleman sang a group of songs, accompanied by her mother, Mrs. Kenneth Castleman. Emerson Zimmerman of Bakersfield, California, arrived Saturday to spend a few days with his mother, Mrs. Blanche Zimmerman and family. I Refined to give you extra low ash and extra heating hours. Correct clinkers, fragile coke, all the convenience a stoker owner wants. Try it —• you'll see! Labels, tell you it's genuine Great Heart Super Stoker coal. LOGAN FUEL & ICE, Inc. "The Home of Quality Coal" 801 Erie Dial 3133 Happy New Year! DINE AT DONATO'S NEW YEAR'S EVE AND WE'LL BE OPEN ALL DAY New Year's Day For Your Eating Pleasure! Also Pizza To Carry Out Donato's Restaurant Junction 24 & 35 West Phone 2742 News of Business, Industry F.W. Dodge Corp. reported home building contracts last month were 3 per cent greater than in November, 1956. But non-| residential contracts fell 9 per' cent under the 1956 level. For the j first 11 months of 1957 total awards ran 2 per cent above the | like 1956 period. The Securities & Exchange savings in the third quai'^r climbed to $4,700,008,000—highest for a similar period since 1952. For the first nine month, savings totaled $13,800,000,000, against $10,700,000,000 a year ago. Merrill Lynch, Pierce, Fenner & Beane will drop the Beane from its name and add Smith, honoring its directing partner Winthrop H. Smith. The change takes effect March 1, 1058. Alpheus C. Beane will retire as both general and limited partner effective Feb. 28. The Federal Power Commission said operating revenues of reporting natural gas pipeline companies totaled $204,679,000 in October, 19.7 per cent more than in October, 1956. For the 12 months that ended Oct. 31 revenue was 11.1 per cent higher than in the similar period a year ago. The Commerce Department announced it will continue to impose no restriction on exports of 'iron and steel scrap in the first quarter of 1958. It said present supplies are adequate to meet domestic needs. Tuesday Evening, December 31, 1957. Let Contracts For Annex to Tipton School Contracts for an addition to the Tipton township high school at Onward, costing a total of $36,474, were awarded by the Tiplor; township advisory board and Trustee Herbert Grant at a meeting Monday at the school. The Barnes Construction company was awarded the general construction contract on a bid of $28,000. The plumbing and heating contract went to Wesley Farris of Kewanna on a bid of $4,974, while the Gibson Electric company of Logansport was awarded the con- tract for electrical work on a low bid of S3.500. Work on the 60 by 61 foot addition will start at once. Deadline for completion is May 1, 1958. The new section will house band and shop rooms, with a separate hot air heating unit in each. The work is being financed by a federal grant of $39,715 received by the township as compensation for the influx of children of men stationed at the Bunker Hill air base. DRIVER SLATED City police Monday night arrest, ed Herman Hodges, 26, who gave his address as Colfax, for driving while under the influence. Notice I will not be responsible for any debts contracted for by anyone other than myseif. —Leo Savini, 315 15th St., Logansport, Indiana. New Years Eve Dance Izaak Walton League 9:30 to 12:30 Read the Classified Ads LANDSCAPING Service Is Our Most Important Product AMERICAN LANDSCAPING CO., Inc. E. City Limits, Peru Ph. EN-1-4260 NEW YEAR'S EVE DANCi KNIGHTS OF COLUMBUS For Members and Guests Joey Scagnoli's Band FANCY HATS-NOISE MAKERS LOTS OF FUN Dancing from 9 p. m. to ? ? ? See the New Year In With the K. of C. * Repairing * Remodeling Courteous - Efficient * Building CALL US Home Improvement loans Can Be Arranged WM. P. LONER & SONS, INC. GENERAL CONTRACTORS 900-22nd St. Phone 3'38 NOTICE Shareholders Annual Meeting The annual meeting of Hie Shareholders 61 the First Federal Savings and Loan Association of Logansport will be held in the office of the Association Wednesday, January 15, 1958, at 2:00 o'clock p.m. for the election of Directors and such other business that may proparly come before the meeting. Charles J. Lowe, President FOX DRIVE and TRAP SHOOT NEW YEAR'S DAY Deer Creek Club, 9 A.M. —Free Eats- Members Bring Pie HAVENS GREAT NEW YEAR- This Special Offer Good Only Until Jan. 15, 1958 '58 MERCURY MONTEREY 2 DR. ONLY '2,975 $375 Down Bank Financing 36 Months to Pay Start the New Year Right-Hurry in lor Your Mercury! This Special Low Price includes- The Big 312 Horsepower Marauder Motor Merc-0-Matic Transmission HEATER RADIO WHITE TIRES TINTED GLASS PADDED DASH TWO-TONE PAINT SPECIAL WHEEL COVER TURN SIGNALS BACK-UP LITES FOAM RUBBER CUSHIONS i COURTESY UTES • ANTI-FREEZE • OIL FILTER HAVENS MOTORS. INC. Market Street at 25th Logansport, Ind. - Phone 3507 HOLLAND FURNACE CO. OVERTON HERSHBERGER 501 E. Market " Logansport, Indiana THAT SUPERIOR AMBULANCE SERVICE Oxyoen Equipped Phone 3355 NOTICE To Stockholders The annual meeting of the stockholders of the Masonic Temple Association for the election of Directors and any other business that may come before the meeting will be held in Ihe Temple at 7:30 p.m., January 14, 1958. William A. Koch, President Oscar I. Beasey, Secretary DEAN'S GROCERY OPEN ALL DAY WED., NEW YEAR'S DAY 1130 East Market Phone 3975 OPEN NEW YEAR'S EVE'TIL 9 P.M. CLOSED NEW YEAR'S DAY Thank Yowl 1 DAY PHOTO FINISHING SERVKt AND American Expr*** Mon«y Order* At AN Timct SMITH'S MARKET 17th and George St. Phone 3378 Again we wish to thank . . . the Doctors, Nurses, St: Joseph Hospital Auxiliary and Sewing Circle and the General Public for their wonderful kindness during the year and extend a— HAPPY. NEW YEAR TO ALL —The Sisters of St. Joseph Hospital NOTICE.... 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