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Friday Evening, December 13, 1957. Farm Bureau Board to Act On Resolutions By EVERETT R. IRWIN United Press Staff Correspondent story of the other "Wise Man. 1 Miss Marie Turner gave the devotional lesson' on the Christmas theme, and Mrs. Dwight Wood sang "Sweet Little Jesus Boy." A gift exchange followed the program. Mrs. J. W. Nix. Rochester, was admitted to Woodlawn hospital on ! Thursday. Pauline Rhodes, Ro~ Tl ? e bo!rd of Chester, and Hal Mans, Denver, were dismissed. At their regular monthly meeting Wednesday night in the Coffee rs of the American Farm Bureau Federation today met to implement a convention-approved program-calling for. reduced government controls over farming. The 22-man board of the nation's largest farm organization, repre- j Elected as president was Harold senting _ almost 1,600,030 rural Isnyder, owner of Snyder's Jewel- larmiies in this country and Puerto i ry . Store. Other officers elected Th?,r A a ? t ,? n resolutions passed | W ere vice-president, Loren Church- Assistant manager of Armour's Shop, the directors of the Rochester Chamber of Commerce elected a new panel of officers for 1958. - -- 'he closing session of' i the AFBF's five-day meeting. Friday the Thirteenth holds no terror for Ronnie Hashberger, son iomc- 1 ^ ^ e ^ ev ' an ^ ^ rs ' *'• ^' -Hash- The resolutions call for gradual: Baxte^'manager 01^3x1^ drug ;b ? rger ' 316 Fifteenth street. Ron- reducion of government control, store. ' James Zimmerman holds; "! € " ot on . Iv ls celebrating his Creameries: and treasurer, Parke over the corn farmer, a referen- i the office of secretary , I blrtnda y Friday, but it is his gold- j ,„ , ; — .-»*.., M L L.i.<_t ^11- j ine uiiinr ui aeui eicii y. I . - ,, , durn to see if wheat farmers want! The Chamber Board also voted; en birthd£ ;y as well. He became Wof V * U ?i ™ arketill S quotas, and ! i 0 donate $150 toward the purchase '" -•--••-.--• nie>ner soil bank payments «r K;—i~ ^t^«j« <•«„ iv,,, (,,,„ „„,.. bank payments. Charles B. Shuman, 50, a Sullivan, ill., stock and grain farmer, M, a u re ' eiected President and Walter L. Randolph, 52. Montgomery, Ala., vice president. Rochester Mr. and Mrs. Harry McVay left Thursday for Encinitas. Calif., where they will spend the next two months with and family. their daughter Mrs. Charles Eiler has received word of the birth of a son to Mr. and Mrs. John Yao, of New York City. The baby was born on De- of bicycle stands for the two new elemer.lary schools. Plans were also made for the Christmas Home Lighting Contest. The Rochester Fire Station was the scene Tuesday evening of the annual Christmas party given by the city firemen and t.he Fireman's Auxiliary for their families. The dinner featured turkeys provided by the firemen and prepared by Mrs. Bud Braman and Mrs. Don Metzger. Auxiliary members provided the remainedr of the meal. Various games provided the entertainment for the evening, with rpmhor i i T, i." " " --JI prizes being distributed by Santa Tohr v r, • £ £ ™med| in the = n of -shorty- Cooley. John Robert. Mrs. Yao is .a grand-; HC also distributed gifts: to the daughter of Mrs. Eiler. younger children in the g roup . Mrs. Don Metzger entertained : Mrs . Jo hn Richards arranged de- her Canasta club Wednesday eve-! coralions for the serving table, rung with a lovcjy Christmas par-; A large crowd of parents and ty._ Two tables were in play, with; friends watched the students of prizes going to Mrs. Ben Geib.; ;he Lincoln Junior-High School pre- Mrs. Harrison Halterman, and | sent a Christmas program Tuesday Mrs. Marjorie Wagoner. After a j evening in the attivities room of gift exchange, Mrs. Metzger serv-lthe new Columbia school, ed flaming snowball cakes with; The Junior-High' band presented mint ice cream in silver foil cups.! a delightful program of Christmas Sam Woods is confined to his;music, under the direction of Ri- home this week after receiving a, chard Molter, RHS band direc- broken foot. The injury occurred 'or. 13 years old on the 13th day of the month. ' Carolyn 1 May, daughter of Mrs. Rita M. May, 633 Burlington avenue, thinks Friday the Thirteenth is a pretty lucky day, no matter what people say. She has. a good reason for thinking so—it's her sixth birthday and besides, Christmas is only 12 days off. while he was on duty at the Fulton County Farm Bureau Co-Op. Then entire group of seventh and eighth grades participated in Mrs. Neil McCreary and family; a well-done choral pageant entt have returned to their home in In-| tied' "Star of Bethlehem," under dianapolis after spending the past j the guidance of Mrs. Cleo Ginn. week with her parents, Mr. and'Pam DeBru'.er, Mike Sullivan, Mrs. Ransford Peterson. The White Shrine of Jerusalem will have a banquet honoring Mrs. Marguerite Deutsch, Supreme Worthy High Priestess, at the Odd- fellows Hall on Friday, Dec. 13. Following the banquet there will be an inspection of the Shrine. Mrs. John Lirjieman entertained the Golden. Rule Class of the Christian Sunday School in her home Wednesday evening. A carry-in dinner was served at 6:30, followed -by the business meeting and program. Mrs. C. A. Underwood gave the NOTICI2 Notice Is hereby elven that tho Eo;ircl of Trustees of the Town ot Walton, will, on the 16th day of . at 7;30 o'clock at the office- Jjecember, lit P.M. (C.S.T.) the Town Hall in til Walton, Indiana, rece trash pick-up excluding liuildint" materials and burnable material to be done under contract labor and to be picked up once each Uvo weeks besinnlnjLr as of January 1. lf>58 and ending: on December 31, 1956. Each bidder will be required to submit its bid alonpr with a performance bond KuaranteeinK the performance of their work undertaken all in accordance with the rules and requirements of the State Board of Accounts. The successful bidder must also furnish evidence of insurance protecting the Town from any and all liability in the operation under the contract. Dated this 4th day of December, 1957. BOARD OT* TRUSTEES of the Town of Walton by BOBBY G. SLUSIIER, President •! Nancy Livesay, and Tom Gallagher 'were featured as soloists in various numbers, with Judith Skidmore and Nancy Walker serving as narrators. The home of Mrs. John Linneman was the scene of a lovely Christmas party Tuesday afternoon for. members of the McKinley Home Demonstration Club. Mrs. Ethel Hire, Mrs. Effie Rush, and Mrs. Tully Pontious comprised the hostess committee. A Christmas tapestry centered the serving table, on which were placed rows of tall white candles. Mrs. F. I. , Willmert returned thanks before the meal which was served at the noon hour. Mrs. Lloyd R-ouch presided over the business session, during which :ie Town of plans were made for purchasing • VO bids for . nt . i wl-f^r. C^T. o «^\a^lir F,,m- RAPS 'ONE PARTY' PRESS INDIANAPOLIS (UP)—Democratic National Chairman Paul .I.U3JUL1.3 tui HI*. t*nu. 1 11 1, Favorite Christmas- Butlcr toda y accused the "one party press" of fostering public "complacency which permitted a Christmas gifts for a needy family in Rochester. The club also will present a gift to a patient at the Logansport State Hospital whom the club has remembered on various occasions for the past two carols were mentioned in answer to roll call and were sung by the group with Mrs. Linneman at the piano. Mrs. Edith Brubaker, a charter member, conducted an installation ceremony for the following new officers: president, Mrs. Edith Waltz; vice-president, Mrs. Vere Calvin; secretary, Mrs. Floyd Christman; and treasurer, Mrs. T. R. Butts. During the entertainment period, Mrs. Blaine Tilman conducted a most clever "art class." As Wilkinson. This young lady is celebrating her third birthday on Fn- Says American Rocket Design Not Faulty FORT WAYNE (UP) _ Rear Adm. Rawson Bennett, chief of naval research, said the misfiring of the Vanguard satellite rocket on Dec. 6 did not point to faulty design or engineering. Bennett said the mishap would not cause any "very significant delay" in this country's effort to get a satellite into an orbit around the globe. He said that the failure traced to "a component in the first stage, which worked so perfectly before." ' He referred to a successful test Oct. 23 in which a prototype of ,the first stage rocket was checked. "* Bennett said in a speech to the Fort Wayne chapter of the American Institute of Electrical Engineers that the failure "simply proved something that all rocket and missile men know—that the state of'the art does not yet guarantee reliable performance every time." "This is why the series of tests' were planned before sending i/p the first satellite," he said. "There will be no very significant delay, j and I am confident that Vanguard will achieve its stated objective." The target date is next .March, although there have been hopes that a small test satellite may be thrown into an orbit earlier. Missionary Services Set At ME Church Logansport, Indiana, Pharos-Tribune Five School Yule Program Set The Delhpi Elementary Schools! Christmas programs are being I planned for Thursday, Dec. 19, in the high school auditorium. The pupils of the Hillcrest School will present their program at 10:15 a. m. The Monioe street program will begin at 1:30 p. m. Parents are invited to attend | these programs. Doors will be 'opened to rne public at 10:00 a. m. :and 1:15 p. m. , Through the courtesy of the Delphi Rotary Club and the City | Police Department two interesting j safety films were shown to the ] elementary pupils of the Delphi ' Schools. Safety booklets sponsored by Uie police department and several local merchants were distributed at the programs. Mrs. Elmer Brittbn who made her home at the Mrs. Harvey Elles residence, suffered a stroke Tuesday at 8 a. m. and was taken to PLAN PROGRAM: The Broadway Methodist church SL Elizabeth hospital in the .,,.,., , ... Jackson ambulance. Mrs. Brit- will be host to a returned miss,on-i lon former]y resided at Canlden ary for four day, starting Sunday land at one time before Mr. Brit- morning. I ton dcat'h she resided east of Belgians Beat U. S. In Doubles Match BRISBANE, Australia (UP)— Plu'lippe Washer and Jacques Brichant, playing recklessly with "nothing to lose," upset America's "old folks" doubles team of Vic Seixas and Gardnar Mulloy, 7-5, 6-3,' 4-G, 6-3, to keep Belgium's Davis Cup hopes faintly alive. The surprise defeat sliced the G-olden birthdays come only once in a person's lifetime, in the year in which their age and the day of the month in which they were born are the same. For Rusta Showalter, above, the day happens to be Friday the Thirteenth. She became 13 years old on the day most people consider unlucky, but Husta thinks it is a very lucky day for her. She is the daughter of Mrs. Robert Johnson, 411 Gretchen street, Walton. Conservation's Annual Meeting Slated Jan. 29 Plans for the annual meeting of the Cass county Soil Conservation District 'Supervisors were made Thursday night at the SCS office. The meeting will be held Jan. 29 and will include a fish dinner. United Stats' lead cup finals to in the inter- 2-1 over the plucky Belgians, who would have been eliminated if they lost today. The Rev. E. Edwin LeMaster 'Delph.ia on Indiana 25. She spent whose home in America is Lex-! 0 "? ^ ar * ituh V te P*°" and llis ington, Ky., is a young Methodist, i wife in Washington State. Mart Trapp of Delphi by his at• • lit i JTJ.«I u j. j. «HH «* J-'tJl-'iJJ JJj ll to OL-- rmssionary who has been a highj tornevs H anna & Hanna has filed school principal and religious ed- . . _. _ ucation teacher in the interior of Angola, southwest Africa. He had been in Africa four years when he returned home last year for a year's furlough from, missionary service. He is planning to return to Afirca next Spring. The four days Mr. LeMaster is in Logansport will constitute the Broadway Methodist church's school of missions, but according suit for divorce against Ida Downs Trapp. He charged cruelty. Oscar Gene Mill, stale trooper, injured seriously in an auto accident on Indiana 18, west of Flora ten days ago remains in a critical condition at St. Elizabeth hospital. He is still unconscious and physicians have been unable to operate on his fractured leg and hip. The Associate Chapter of Tri to the pastor, the Rev. R. P. Ech-^PP 3 he j d a Christmas party•at ok, will be on a very different : tl : eufCou " lltry , C l ul ? here Tu f day format from a usual school of. „ .... __., Now the U.S. team must win | missions. Most of the time will be day the Thirteenth. Not only that, one °-. the two singles matches i spent w ;t,h organizations and in- but Santa Claus has promised to f ha " mnd U P the best-of-five scr-!dividuals of the church During be a guest at her birthday party. ^Saturday - Seixas vs. Brichant :he church school hour.'Mr. Le- Barbara is the daughter of Mr !?,™.. Hert> , Fla ™ of Beverly Hills, M^aster will be with the Junior De- and Mrs. Frank B. Wilkinson, 21Gi£ all , f -' vs. washer Tne Yanks will part . mellt He wil] ?reach at the -be favored, but today's loss putsj regular worship service at 10:45 . night. The club house was decor- !P™i°s: ^Ipli Indianapolis harpist Judith Schloss will present three numbers at the annual Candlelight Christmas music program at the Ninth street Christian church, at 7:30 p. m. Sunday. A Shortridge high school student, she will play "The Angelas" by Renie, "0 Little Town of Bethlehem" by Brooks, and "Hark the Herald Angels Sing" by Mendelssohn, The special Christmas service will include Yulelide carols and anthems sung by four choirs, the Angels, -Cherub, K:nd David and Chancel choirs, directed by Mrs. Kenneth Brady. The choirs will include 129 voices, including children from 4 years- of age. Other special music will include numbers by Mrs. Leonard Lapcheska, Mrs. Manford McCloskey and Mrs. Donald Jamison, so/•» *i GU Eighteenth street. ated by Mr. and Mrs. DuckwaU, managers. Greenery decorate* Brown, bass; Sally Myers, solo- Ronnie Fonts, trumpeter; the pressure back on them. Break-In Loot North Carolina Runs Totals $115.75 Winnin9S " eokto35 A total of $115.75 in cash was'jjjg ^ taken in a break-in early Friday i stre ^"^ mantel over the huge fireplace. The members were seated al one long table in front of the fireplace near the Christmas tree. A string Sunday evening will be spent with| of Christmas lights encircled the :he youth of the church starting tab - e wJhlch was decorated with the entrance and ceiling and thej^an Acton, pianist; and Esther mnntnl Avor «ii> huno fironlnm DcitHCh, Organist. Sixth street. OI,,TO y oia 219 The meeting place was not deter-; inch pa aes of mined. The money was taken from a cash register change tray which had been removed from the register and placed in a beer cooler beneath the back bar. Nothing else had been disturbed, police said. Entry to the tavern was gained by breaking one of three 5 by 9 in the flush i door at the front oE the inn. Committees will inclde Max l The loot included five $10 bills, Brandt and Chris Held, food; and!four fives, 32 ones, 10 50-cent piec- Fred Benner, tickets. Dwighti eSi 26 quarters, 14 dimes and 17 Smith was appointed to provide a i nickels panel of six speakers from local j officers said the burglary oo National champion North. Carolina moved a bit farther ahead of ! runnings its winning games today even as some of the country's lesser bas- Jcetball lights hoped to increase their own stature in three holiday tournaments starting tonight. The Tar Heels, who won 32 games in a row last year, nailed down their third straight victory •of the current season by defeating Furman, 91-74, at Charlotte, N.C., Thursday night. In the first round of the Cincinnati Invitational at Cincinnati, Ohio, St. Bonaventure opposes Cincinnati while Xavier of Ohio faces Marshall. farm organizations. ' currcd between 12:30 a.m., when Smith gave a report on the re- 1 Steve Parkevich, route 2, the own- cent state meeting at Turkey Run,; er, closed the inn, and 7:30 a.m., when John Steinmetz, 1004 Twentieth street, a bartender, arrived she read "The Christmas," each Night Before member exhibited on a large poster the Christmas article which she had fashioned. Mrs. Ernest Bryant won the door prize. Guests present were Mrs. • Julia Dawson and Krs. the Police Department of the I Dwight Wood, of West Union, of, Losansport, Indiana. j T.....^ NOTICE OF UKCE1VIXG OP 11IDS . I'-OIl THE PURCHASK OK OAK POLICE CAll Ji'OK TIIK CITY Oif I.OGANSrORT. INDIANA Notice is hereby g:;ven that the Board of Public Works and Safety of the City of Logansport, Indiana, will receive at the Office of the Clerk-Treasurer of .said City, until the hour of 1:00 P.M., C.S.T., on December 18, 1837, sealed bids Cor the furnishing of the following; materials, Broods, equipment and supplies for tbu City of Loffansport, Indiana, towit: One motor vehicle for use by the " . - .. • C1 ty equipped"In accordance with the specifications thereof now on file In the Office of the Clerk-Treasurer ot the City In the City Bulld- inp, Logansport, Indiana. All bids, offers or proposals for any. and all of such articles shall 'f Ffir MnnneH FllCmt -xecuted on the forms prescribed rur IVIUIHICU I liyill : jy tho State Board of Accounts for the State -of Indiana, scttinjr forth the quantity, quality and price of each and every ^article proposed for sale, and shall in all other respects comply with the laws of the State of Indiana, thereunto pertainlnp. A bond or certified check made payable to tho City of LoKansport, Indiana. shall be filed with each bid in nn amount of at least ten (10%) per cent o£ the bid. The riKht Is reserved to reject any and all bids. Dated at Lopansport, Indiana, this 4th day of December, 1957. HOARD OF PUBLIC WORKS AND SAPK'CY OF THE CITr OF LO- GAN'SPORT, INDIANA. ATTEST .RALPH G. SMITH Sets Speed Record to open up again. UPHOLD DAMAGE CLAIM INDIANAPOLIS (UP)—The Indiana Supreme Court upheld late Thursday the awarding of $12,000 greenery and lighted by red candles. Miss Mary Smock who made a trip to Europe recently showed slides of scenery she had seen and gave a delightful description of her trip with a numerous incident related. Members of the hostess committee were Mrs. Harold Clawson, Mrs. Harry Hatton, Miss Mary Daviess and Mrs. Edna Quinn. Mae Hothrock was called to Brook recently by the death of an old friend. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Lane of DelpJii are the parents of a daughter born at St. Elizabeth hospital on December 9. Col. Mart Fowler, of Purdue who resides on Peaceful Valley farm west of Delphi v/i'i be the Antarctic, a Soviet scientist dis- guest speaker at the Scottish Rite iclosed today. Writing in the mag- Club Thursday night at the Country Club here. Col. Fowler is a at 5:30. Monday evening he will be a dinner guest and speaker for the Best E"ver Sunday School class. Tuesday evening will be spent in informal discussion and planning with the Missions and Finance Commissions. Wednesday afternoon he will address the "All Circles" meeting of the Woman's Society of Christian Service, and will speak to the Methodist Men's Club on Wednesday evening. Mr. LeMaster will be dinner guest in various homes during his stay, and will be calling with the pastor during the days. WEATHER MISSILES MOSCOW (UlP)-Soviet weather missiles are being launched in the LOSES HAND IN PICKER ! azine Literary Gazette, scientist COR'UNNA COP)—Joe Mason, i A. Kasatkin, a member of the So- 30, Qorunna, lost his right hand injviet Committee for the Inlerna- a corn picker- accident on his. tional Geophysical Year, said the farm. Authorities said he tried to|missiles are being launched from remove cornstalks clogging the the diesel ship OB, anchored off machinery without turning off the motor. the Soviet Antarctic base at 'Mirny.. Purdue University professor. Members of the committe on arrangement are: Paul Quick, Frank Fitch, of Delphi, W. 0. Petliner and Mary McCarty of Camden and Mark Carter and Joe North- cult of Flora. Candlelighters will be under the direction of Norbert Kniesly, and .he Rev. Kenneth Brady will be in charge of the services. State Court Rules On 'Wanton Impulses' INDIANAPOLIS (UP!—The Indiana Supreme Court ruled late Thursday that "wanton impulses" of youth are no excuse for reckless driving. In a 3-1 split decision written by Judge Harold Achor, the court reversed a previous ruling of the stale Appellate Court involving the injury of an Akron, Ind., youth in 1944. Most Folks Are Careful Drivers If yon arc a careful driver, call me. You may qualify for . State Farm's top-notch protection at rock-bottom ratea. HARRY "Bud" WATTS Dial 4420 $* FM MM MfMttc iMnnu CM** Homt 0*c»-*t«>ml>|<ofl, Winoi* do-nothing administration and a damages to a woman injured in part-time president to appear...as i a car-train accident in Fort Wayne a team of 10-feet tall supermen." |four years ago. LOS ANGELES (UP) - A tew world speed record for manned flight was set Thursday by Air Force Maj. Adrian E. Drew, 37, streaking across a 10.1-mile course i at an average 1,207.6 miles per' hour. ; Drew, in a twin-jet F101A Voodoo fighter bomber, broke the British-held world mark of 1,132 miles an hour, set in March, 1W6, in a Fairey Delta aircraft. Read the Classified Ads Plan on MER-DEL'S QUALITY fir your next festive dessert AT YOUR NWOMTE STORE MOHLMAN'S FEDERAL TAX INCLUDED that incorporate every outstanding feature that haw made the name Elgin an American watchword. Designed with matching bracelets - handsome in concept - their accurate seven teen-jewel movement* have the DuraPower mainspring that will never break. WITH STRAP OB CORD ... $33.75 USE MOH'LMAN'S BUDGET PLAN Small Down Payment—Balance Weekly or Monthly MOHLMAN& 303 FOUKTli STREET quaiiTY fox oven » QuaRTf a timum The Bel Air 4-Door Soc/on-br/mm/ng with bold now faoau/y/ Come try the quickest combination on the road! 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