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December 11, 1957

Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 5

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Wednesday Evening, December 11, 1957. Student Librarians of Schools Enjoy Yule Fete Student librarians from Logansport's eight grade schools and Riley junior high school were entertained Tuesday afternoon at a Christmas party in the Public Library. The party is an annual event sponsored by the library staff. Eighty student librarians were present. Christmas carols were played on records as the guests arrived and several carols were sun.? by the group. A ten-cent gift exchange was held and refreshments were served by the library staff. A report on book circulation in the schools during October and No- vember showel that Daniel Web- sl.er loaned 2,281 books, more than any other school. The library keeps 12,243 books o.n deposit in the schools. Those present at the party were: Columbia—Phyllis Rice, Karen Werner. Judy Wolf. Anila Settlemyre, Nancy Morris, Myra McMahan and Patricia Forker. Daniel Webster—Jane Quisenberry, Nancy Laird, Bonnie Rhoades, Janet Lee Synder, Catherine ', Brown, Rita Bell, Eileen Fitzger- ! |ald. Lyiv Johnson, Xathy Waisner, Julie Duddleston, Janice En.glish, Margaret Hart and Elaine Acton. Franklin—Boby Smith, Linda Parmeter, Janet Lou Walls, Pat Carson and Jim Panagos. Jefferson—Judy Odorn, Wanda Berry, Susie Schwartz, Susan Becker. Gloria Hardy, Connie Brugh, Likda Runyon, Dorothy Wilson and Janis Kitchel. Longfellow—Tonya Regan, Connie Drake, Joyce Hardt. Beverly Titus, Valerie Peters, Bonnie Peters, Bonnie Bannister, Patti Moon, Doris Pinney, Janet Julian, Nancy Heilar.l, Janice Wilson, Joann Brookmeyer, Oma Tiiley, Connie DeLawter, Mary Gem and Susan Stanley. McKinley—Julie Michael, Lynda Gust, Ann Rice, Linda Michael, Sharon O'Harra, Anita Drake and Linda Wilson. Riley—Don Morehead, Sandra Rose, Margaret Rar.ce, Sharon Murphy, Janice Savini and Anita Items. Tipton—Markey Loser, Karen Finnell, Susan Carruthers, Sharon Pancini, Corol Klapp, Judy Jo Shanks, Patty Slianku and Barbara Fitz. Washington—Sandra Benn, Mary Jane Davis, Karen Swisher, Diane Steinbarger, Cheryl Pherson, Karen Murray, Bonnie Timberman, Connie Radke and Phyllis Hardy. Mrs. Myrta Waltz' Rites on Thursday ROCHESTER — Rites will ' be held at 2 p. m. Thursday at Zimmerman Brothers Funeral Home for Mrs. Myrta C. Waltz, 89, who died Tuesday at the home of her son, Omer F. Waltz, route 1 Kunt- ington. She was injured in a fall on June.l. Rev. Richard Mitchell will officiate at the services. Burial will be in Walnut cemetery in Walnut, Ind. • Frieds may call at the funeral home after 5 p. m. Wednesday. Mrs. Waltz was born on Nov. 4, 1866, in Newcastle township. Her parents were Chancy and Margaret -Wilson Cop'len, • She was married on Nov. 28, 1887, in Fulton county to George R. Waltz who died Jan.. 17, 1943," in a train wreck. 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