Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on November 27, 1957 · Page 28
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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 28

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Twenty-eight Logansport, Indiana, Pharos-Trtbune Number of New Coses Of Flu Drops Sharply INDIANAPOLIS (UP)—The Indiana State Board of Health reported today that the number of new flu cases nosedived last week to 695. The 695 cases recorded during the 7-day period compared with 2,136 the last preceding week. The new cases raised the year's total to 45,996, compared with 2,007 a year ago and a five-year median of 6,286. Latest flu cases added to the state list included 135 in Clinton County, 100 in Carroll. 97 in Jay, 49 in Gibson, 39 in Harrison, and 25 each in Noble and Tippecanoe. Rochester Mrs. Carl Van Trump was hostess to the Baptist Guild Alumni Circle, Monday evening, with Mrs. Lon Zimmerman as assistant hostess. Thanksgiving devotions were presented by Miss Dale Lichtenwalter, •who illustrated her talk, by reading several autumn P9ems. The lesson or; "Flowing Rivers" was given by Mrs. Fred Mitchell, with the setting in Dutch Guiana. She told of the life and • customs of the natives, and showed pictures of homes and surrounding scenery, which enabled her listeners to have a clearer picture of their problems. Refreshments were served to 17 members. Mrs. Edward Delp and Mrs. Joe Ewing presided at the serving table. Mr. and Mrs. R. S. McElhinney arrived Tuesday from Bloomington, to be the guests of their daughter and family, Mr. and Mrs. Dale Shaw and son, Bobby Dale over Thanksgiving. Don Metzger, Torn Rhoades, George Hess and George Weidner were in Wabash Monday evening where they attended a dinner and meeting in the Honeywell Memorial, which was sponsored by the Building Department of the Indiana Farm Bureau Co-operative. Mr. and Mrs. Dale Shaw will hold open house Wednesday from 2 to 5 p.m. and from 7 fo 9 p.m. They will be glad to receive their friends during these hours. Woodlawn hospital was the recipient of a new electro-cardiogram machine, Monday, a gift of the Indiana Heart Foundation. Mrs. Claude Billings, county chairman for the Indiana Heart Association presented a check for $683 to Ernest Baxter, chairman of the board of trustees. Also present at the presentation was the hospital superintendent, Miss Bernice RanneUs. Sunday in the First Christian Christmas Magic It's easy to make a sparse Christmas tree full and beautiful by drillini holes in the trunk at open spots witli nn' electric drill and inserting additional branches. It's a quick, no-fusa job with an electric tool such n» this recently-developed speed drill, which has attachments for jigsawing, sanding, and polishing. This same drill, with jigsaw attached, was used to cut out the hardboard Santa Claus and sleigh which this young housewife plani to use, with similarly-made reindeer, as an under-the-tree or mantel decoration. Harenberg Promoted by United Press CHICAGO (UP) — The appointment of Jack C. Harenberg as Central Division communications manager of the United Press was announced today by Bert Master-1 son, division manager. ; The assignment is a new one.! Harenberg, 36, who has been chief; engineer of United Press News-j • pictures in 'the division, will be I responsible for all traffic direction land engineering both'for the news : service and Newspictures. j The division's transmission re- j sponsibilities increased recently j when national headquarters for the '. 185,000-mile UP radio circuit was transferred to Chicago from New York. As chief engineer for Newspic- tures, -Harenberg participated in the development and adaptation of UP facsimile equipment which is compatible to regular UP transceivers on the same transmission circuits. On the news side, Harenberg succeeds the late Thomas A. Johnston in the direction of a large staff of teletype operators and maintenance personnel. ' Harenberg, a Chicagoan, served in the U.S. Army Signal Corps during World War II. He joined the Newspicture operation when he returned from service in January, 19-'J6. CROSSWORD PUZZLE 3G—Perform 37—Medicnial plant Answer to Yeiterday'i Piir'zlt ACROSS which will be a Christmas carry- in dinner, Dec. 9, with the stale president, Nannie Love, Indianapolis, as a guest. A gilt exchange will be held. Cash gifts were voted to be sent the Clara Barton Fund, Marion hospital, Fort Wayne, and Lafayette veteran hospitals., and the Westville hospital. The usual ceremonies were ustd in closing, after which drill tice v/as held by the captain, Mrs. C. J. Irwin. Land of Michigan City. ! ol Mrs. Charles Safford is spending this week in Elkhart, Hie guest a£ her daughter, and family, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Stokes and children. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Nutt of St. Louis, Mo. are in Rochester and vicinity, this week visiting relatives and friends. Mr. and Mrs. Dale Bryant and family and Mr. and Mrs. Gene Bryant; and children of Plymouth spent Sunday with their parents,' | Mr. and Mrs. Guy Bryant. After- A map made by Ptolemy at Alexandria about 150 A.D. represents only the "habitable portion of the globe"" — about one-third northern hemisphere, according to Rand MoN,!.lly's Atlas of World History. 1—Poems 6—Writing Implement 8—Heavy staff 12—irritate 13—Song U—Wlngllke 15—Man'a name 16—Having ears IS—Bitter vatoh 19—Army oHlcer (abbr.) 20—Facial expression . 21—Kin? • of Bashan 23—Symbol for tellurium 24—Linger 26—Muso of poetry 28—Cuts 29—Existoi 30—Steal from . 32—Skin ailment 33—Rivar island 34—Rational 35—Command to horse 38—Judicious to— Quarrel 41—Preposition 43—Babylonian deity 44—Matted wool 46—Hebrew month 47—Macaw 49—Tooth 51—Indonesian tribesman 52— TakinR part In 5£>—One opposed 56—Simian 67—"Weapons DOWN 1—Spoken 2—Remoteness 3—Guide's lilsh nota 4—Compass point C—Fold 6—Merit 7—Brood of pheasants & —Parent (colloq.) 9—IBovcrago 10—Funny pictures 11—Gaelic 16—Goddess of discord 17—Click beetle* 20—Slare- open-mouthod 22—A state (abbr.) 25—Alcoholic beverage (pi.) 26—Dine 27—Characteristic 28—Sink in middle 29—Intellect .11—Insect 33—High card 3-1—Projecting; tooth S8—South American bird 37—Three-banded armadillo 30—Diphthone 40—Form 41—Bark cloth 42—Algerian seaport 4 4—Un d ergarment 4ft—Tiny parttcU 4G—Prohibits 48—Skill 50—South American wood sorrel 51—Ventilate 53—Note of seal* 64—Symbol for tantalum Wednesday Evening, November 27, 19!?. ForeSighted Lad DETROIT—A suburban Birmingham father who ordinarily reimburses his son for doing: chores around the house found a note on the kitchen table^ early_ one jnorn- ing, leave some money in case r ducid* to do some work." The oldest known map is a clay tablet made in Babylonia about lutnuii iciuivs tui.., ».,- . ,2300 B.C., according to Rand Mcreading: "bear Dad, Please I Nally's Atlas of World History. Indict Mother of Five For Slaying Relative BEDFORD ('UP)—Mrs. Mary Swartz, 24, East Oolitic, mother of five children, was indicted by a Lawrence County grand jury Tuesday on a second-degree murder charge in the shotgun death of her brother-in-law. Mrs. Swartz allegedly shot Orville Oliver, 56, father of 13 children, when he threatened his estranged wife, Goldie, 54, as she sought refuge in Mrs. Swartz' home. Read the Classified Ms Now Playing Week's Engagement Matinees Thursday, 'Friday, Saturday and Sunday ' 1AVID WEISBAR1 • HENRY LEVIN • WINSTON MILLER Mr. and Mrs. Earl Bailey and noon guests in the same home church of Bochester, Miss Betty Eisenman, exchanged wedding vows with Jack Roe. Miss Eisenman is the daughter f Mr. and Mrs. Howard Eisenman of 1626 Main street, Rochester and Mr. Roe is the son of Mr. and Mrs. James Roe, Wirramac. ..The attendants were Mr. and Mrs. Robert Roc, brother and sister-in-law of the groom. . For her wedding the bride chose a blue satin dress, designed with a full skirt and featuring a V neckline. She wore a small blue hat, and her accessories were beige, Offset with pearl jewelry. She wore a corsage of white bompons and pink roses. The matron of honor, Mrs. Robert Roe, was attired in a blue suit, complemented with a corsage of pink'and white carnations. ; Immediately following the wedding ceremony a reception was held in the home of the bride's parents. The serving table was cen< t'ered with a two tier cake, topped with a miniature bride; and groom. ' Cake and punch was served the guests by Carolyn Eisenman, Rochester, sister of the bride; Lena Bitterling, Barbara Walters and Carolyn Edge of Peru. . The couple have taken up residence at 224% West Third Street, Rochester. ; Hospital News. • Admissions: Mrs. Len Ruppel, Worth Manchester; Pearl .Fancil, Rochester; Mrs. Forest Pfieffer, Rochester; Charles D. Meridith, Mentone; Gary Romine, Mentone. " Dismissals: Hugh Enyeart, R. R. 5, Logansport; Mrs. Claiborn Warmsley, Monterey; Mrs. Iva Cox, 72414 Main street. • The A. H. SkinWr Auxiliary No. 64, of the USWV held their regular stated meeting Monday evening in the Eagle's lodge room, with the president, Mafy Flagg in charge. . The officers were seated in form and the opening ceremonies conducted. Devotions were given 'by the chaplin, pro tern, Mrs. Edith Brubaker. Nominations were opened for new officers, with several names being presented. Plans were for ululated for the next meeting sons entertained at dinner Sunday, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Stokes and children, Jack, Phyllis and Tommy, of Elkhart; and Mrs. Charles Safford of Rochester. Evening, guests of the Baileys were Mr. and Mrs. Walter S&f- 'd and son, Lowell, of Akron. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Bailey will have as their Thanksgiving cliniwr guests, Mr. and Mrs. Fred .0. Bailey, Mr. and Mrs. John P.hebus and daughter, Sue; and Mr. and Mrs. Albert Saffoud and daughter, Debbie, of Indianapolis. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Good had as their Monday evening dinner guests, Mr. and Mrs. Darwin De- were Mr. and Mrs. Robert Zeller. Mr. and Mrs; Kalph Jurgensffie- yer entertained to an oyster' supper Sunday evening, the following guests: Mr. and Mrs. Guy Bryant, Mr. and Mrs. Marion Severns and Mr. and Mrs. Ed Gilliland. The following officers were leoted to serve the Evergreen Rebekah lodge, Rochester, for next six months: Noble Grand, Lillian B'arger; Vice grand, Mrs. Benile Berry; recording secretary, Dolly Miller; Financial secretary, Mrs. Estil Rogers; Treasurer, Mrs. Charles Miller. Initiation and degree work will be held D'ec. 12. TODAY IS THRU SAT. Now 2 Feature* THRU THURS. ROXY Added Furi At Night OPEN DAILY 1 p. m. Added Fun Tonight Special Thanksgiving DOUBLE FEATURE AU W 'BEAUTIFUL COLOR NOTICE-MIDNIGHT LATESHOWTONIGHT "BOMBERS 8-52" 12 MIDNIGHT "WBVOLT AT 'FT. LARiAMI" 11 p. m. Come anytime 'HI Midnight S THE MIGHT OF IT THE SIGHT OF IT TUNS THE SCREEN! Mounting iension all the way- with non-*top guy-girl excitement! NATALIE WOOD SUNDAY "Slim Cotter" and "Escape in Japan Christmas You can't give finer than a Bulova portable radio. Unbeatable, unbreakable and so portablel $39.95 Outstandingly lustrous cultured pearl in superb 10K gold setting. $25.95 Newl G. E. 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