Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on December 5, 1957 · Page 5
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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 5

Logansport, Indiana
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Thursday, December 5, 1957
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Thursday Evening, December 5, 1957. Terry—The Turtle! BAG TERRY — the turtle — is a pajama bag tiiat will amuse the youngsters. You'll have as mucft inn making him as the children will have receiving on Christmas <lay, and using him as a hiding- place for their pajamas. Pattern No-. 5799 contains pattern pieces; sewing and finishing directions. Send 25c in COINS, your name, address and the PATTERN NUMBER in ANNE CABOT '(Pharos- Tribune) 372 W. Quincy Street, Chicago , Illinois. Have you a copy of our 1957 Needlework ALBUM? It con- lains fifty-six colorful pages showing many pretty designs; plus di- reztions for making 3 crochet items and a quilt. Only 25c << copy I Extension Council to Pick Officers Officers of the Cass county Extension Council will be elected at the annual meeting Monday at 1:50 p. m. in the YWCA dining room. Also scheduled for the meeting are reports on the progress of the 4-H Club Association, the Rural Youth Club and extension agents Kthel Nice. Earl A. James and Gits W. Thias. The Council consists of representatives from various agri.cull.ura'.; associations. Officers this year are: Jesse Martin, chairman, from 1 Certified Seed Growers; Roger lue, vice-chairman, of Purdue Ag;j Debra Ide, secretary, of Home De-j [ '.nonstralion Council; directors! K-ed Benner of SCS Supervisors,! Kenneth C. Miller of 4-H Club; Loaders, Mrs. Clara Barr of IVoble Tp.. Mrs. Eldo Meeker of Home Demonstration Council. Others are: Mrs. Lois Fickle and Mrs. Mary Peters of Home Demonstration Council; George Hopper of Farm Mana_gemsnl; Milford W. House of BFBL; Ivan Meeker of DHlA; Herber: Hardy •n Cass County Breeders Association; Bunon Mermen of Crops Improvement Committee; Robert Beckiey of Sheep Improvement Committee; J. T. Powlen of Harrison Tp.; Delton Guy ot Jefferson Tp.; Wilbur Yeakley of Miami Tp.; Ronald Frantz of Tipton Tp.; Roscoe Lynas of Jackson Tp.; Carl Rudicel of Adams Tp.; Mrs. Morris Nicoll of Eel Tp.; Bernard f'rohreich of Clay Tp.; Carl Mor- uliet of Boone Tp.; Mrs, Ralph Nelson of Deer Creek Tp.; Robert Shaffer of Clinton Tp.; Helen Paschen of Bethlehem Tp.; Nelson Barr of ASC Committee; Allen McKaig of Cass County Farm Bureau; Mrs. Agnes Doyle, county S & E Leader; Bruce" Roll and Mrs. Walter Reulebuch of Grange; Chester Chumney ot Farmers Union; Dale Beck of Rotary Club; Earl Moore of Kiwanis; Don Heck- crd of Lions; Dallas Williams of 4-H Club Association, Gertrude Heckard of 4-H Home EC Leaders; John Swank of Cass county Rural Youth; Chalmer Condon. Cass county School Superintender.ft; George Hubenlhal of Cass county Council, Delbert Smith of Cass rounty Commissioners and Mrs. Josephine Reed of Home Demonstration Council. Miami County Fair To Open on July 28 PERU - The 1958 Miami County 4-H Fair will open on July 27, the board of directors has decided. The fair will open the first night with a counly-'wide church service —on Sunday; then Monday nigh', will be "special family" night and a tractor-pulling contest; 4-H livestock judging will be held Tuesday through Friday; the livestock sale will be on Friday, along with a tractor operation contest; and the event will climax on Saturday with a community 'square dance. YMCA Club Begins to Sell Yule Trees Christmas trees ure being sold by members of the Y's Men's club at a lot on U. S. 24 and West Miami avenue. The proceeds of the saie will be used to improve the facilities of the YMCA building, according to Frank Taylor, YMCA general secretary Taylor said the lot now is open from 5 to 9 p, m. and will be open Saturday from 9 a. m. to 9 p. m. Beginning next Monday it will be open from noon until 9 p. m. The club, which is a YMCA service organization, has about 1,000 trees for sale. Mont o£ them are red and scotch pines. Co-chairmen of the sale are Elmer Wood and Warren Otterman. Club members have the/r annual Christmas dinner Thursday night at the YMCA, beginning at 6:30 o'clock. Wives of the members will be guests. Marie Hubenrhal New Pet and Hobby Farm Bureau Leader Marie Hubenthal took over as county Pet and Hobby leader Wednesday night at a meeting of lie board of directors of the Cass county Farm Bureau. She succeeds Alice Burrous, who has 'served in that position for the past year, and who will be the county's delegate to the National Farm Bureau convention in Chicago, New township bureau officers were introduced by the outgoing officers. John Conn,' membership' roll call captain, gave a report on be made at the bureau insurance Order Meiers For New Lot New Type Approved By City Board Thirty-one new parking meters were ordered for installation in the new city parking lot beside the Eagles lodge on Sixth, street by the city board of works Wednesday afternoon, and it was announced that bids for a new car for the police department will be opened Dec. 18. The new parking meters, called Duals, are of a different make than others now in use in the Logansport, Indiana, Pharos-Tribune Five city. The new ones are also automatic, at $58 apiece, will cost approximately the same as the others. They are made by a subsidiary of Roc-kwell Spring and Axle Co: of Pittsburgh, which is also the parent organization of the MuehE- hausen Spring Division here. Muehlhausen's makes springs used, in the meters. A represonlative of Hie firm will membership in the county. ! office before next Monday. The directors announced that a In other action the directors vo chartered bus would take local members (o the convention in Chicago. They said reservations should ed to purchase a microphone for the Rural Youth's loudspeaker sys- tern. Peru City Council Slates 2 Meetings PERU — The Peru City Council has scheduled special meetings on Dec. 9 and 23 for final hearing on '.wo appropriation ordinances. One ordinance would authorize a $1,000 appropriation for another aitxjrney to give legal aid in court hearings on annexation appeals. .... -- The odier ordinance wou'ld trans- send a man lo install the met-| fer 5 li500 O f u le budget to meet ers, and the local meter repair-1 c(>sls no ^ expected in several cily man will be given a week's in-' Departments this year. struction by Ihe manufacturer. . The meters will be 10-hour type, with the- cost a nickel an hour on a quarter for the 10 hours. A A U GYMNASTICS „ THE COLDEST SPOT NEW YORK (UP) - The tern- INDIANAPOLIS (UP) - The national women's gymnastic championships of the AAU will be held here next May 2-3. according - .... .,„, perature dipped Ic 2 below zero to an announcement by Walt Lien- today at Caribou, Maine, ihc U.S. en, coach of the Athenaeum Weather Bureau said, making it Turners. the coldest spot in '(he nation. Liencrt said the meet "will give Wednesday's high —• 78 —• recorded at Miami. was. a (^finite l here." boost to gymnastics PEIXNEY'S e,i f it$'T # LHS Freshmen Pick Cheerleaders The freshman class of Logansport high school elected six cheerleaders from a slate of 19 candidates Wednesday at the high school. The six girls chosen were Carol Crisman, Sue Eagan, Roberta Hammontrec, Vicki. Hizer, Carol Hunt and Roxie Wray. Three will serve on each of the two freshman basketball teams. I BUY MY DADDY'S GIFTS AT BRUMBAUGH'S Nationally Advertised Men's Wear | see it... In the shimmering Calvcrt Lustre-wrap gift package—choice of red or gold! touch it.. In the satin-smooth fabric of the Calvert Lustre-wrap—remove sleeve, it's ready to give! give it... Your gift contains the whiskey with the taste clear heads prefer! L<PMH FRIDAY and SATURDAY! The event that took us 8 months to get ready! Yes, Penney's took out the crystal ball back around Easter-time . . a looked ahead to Christmas . . . then started moving fast, making the best possible buys that would fit in with your gift plans. Because we bought so early and so big, we were able to effect spectacular savings yon. just won't match anywhere else .»„ not.on quality like this! •ff. MORE, BIGGER gift values for a MERRIER Christmas! HON., TUES., WED., THURS. 9 TO 5 FRI. AND SAT. 9 TO 9 CHRISTMAS STORE HOURS choice collection wouldn't possible! Penney'* seoufed lfi« fine*! domestic and fonsign milli... came.up with new stripes, rich boucles, solids, too, in wanted 2 and 3 button models! GIFT JEWELRY SPARKLE PLENTY! COSTUME JEWELRY! each phis tax The life of every party dress! Twinkling earrings, -necklaces, bracelets, pins. Matched sets or single pieces. Gold finish, set with a galaxy of colored stones. QUAUTY LUGGAGE n«v»r Jtofora at th'a price! ff-WCff 13.tntMroi.em. $9 26-inch pvllnKHt ^ ] 5 Tapered wood frame. Scuff-resist vinyl covering wipes clean with a damp cloth. Blue or ivory tweeded with silver. Plastic handle. Acetate lining. Opens flat for easy packing. MEN'S LEATHER LOOK SET 21 In*, $0 M inch, $13 Clear Heads Agree: Nothing could be handsomer, nothing easier to give than Calvert in the Lustre-wrap gift package. It's ready-wrapped. s QT. Call for Calvert Reserve CAWERT DISTRIERS CO., N. Y. C. • 86 PROOF «.65% GRAIN NEUTRM SPIRITS • AMERICAN BIENDED WHISKEY QUALITY MELTON ... QUILT-LINED The Penney suburban . .. built for warm, yet action- free coverage . . . lasting smartness! Yes, it's 100% reprocessed wool melton, sparked with pattern. MEN'S SPORT SKIRTS WOMEN'S CAR COATS Don your colors that shed rain 'n chills! Cheer for fashion with plaid-ed cuffs, leash-chain closings! Brights and khaki lined in warm plaid flannel! MEN'S CORD TROUSERS GIRL'S COATS Sizes 7 to 14 Ivy striped wools, fleeces, tweeds. All with sanitized rayon twill linings, warm interlining. Sizes 3 to 6x $14 I See them now at Penney's in the most wanted styles and fabrics. Tailored by top makers for your smartest,' most comfortable holiday wear. Well tailored cords full cut for proper fit. Group includes Back-Strap university style in stripes and solids. Few pair Sentor cords.' MEN'S TIES Easy knotting ties . distinctively textured and patterned. _ MEN'S WHITE HANDKERCHIEFS 10 for $1 Perfect for gifts 100% ORION SWEATERS Sizes 7 to 14 Group of specially priced sweaters for girls. Long- sleeved cardigans and slipovers in washable orlon. Need no blocking. Men's All Wool FLANNEL * SLACKS GIRL'S FOOTBALL COATS and Sizes 7 to 14 and 3 to Cx Cotton poplin rejects wind '&: and water and warm mel- JjJJ tons. Toggle or leash-chain £: closings. Warm flannel lin- fit ings and hoods. : 2f. NYLON TRICOT GOWNS Choose buckle back or pleated front in charcoal, grey or brown. Sizes 30 to 42. Lace trimmed nylon tricot gowns with elasticized back for permanent fit ft Needs no ironing. Sizes 32 V& to 40. Perfect for gifts ft

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