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Monday Evening, December 16, 1957. Secret of Youth? Why, It's Ballet, of Course NEW YORK (UP)-As I grow older and the bones get creakier, I regret that my mother never forced me to take ballet along with those dreary piano lessons. Chances are my dancing career •would have reached its pinnacle with the usual recital for proud parents. But I bet'I'd look and feel a darned sight younger today. This was what kept, occurring to me as I talked with Miss Alicia Markova, the prima ballerina in town for se v e r a 1 appearances .with the Metropolitan Opera Co. Miss Markova is in her 36th year, of professional dancing and said • she has no plans for retirement. ' "Secret of youth? Ballet of I course," said the 'lark - haired! beauty. Begun At Ten The dancer, often called the "Pavlova of this generation," began her career in London wher. she was 10. "Then," she saici, "we studied and worked harder. I can remember practicing 'from nine till lunch, most of the afternoon and often again into th-3 late evening. Now, she added, about all Ma" kova needs is "one hour's workout a day . . . you <now, to keep the machinery running." Height (five feet) and weight (100 pounds) haven't changed, she said, since sb; was 20. This, despite a confessed passion for double frosted chocolates. "I also believe in getting all the sleep I can crowd in," she said. "And massage. I don't need it for reducing ... but to remove some of the fatigue after a performance." Is Never Lonely Markova explained why she never has married, but also why she never is lonoly. "I'm not in one place long enough fo" romance to have a chance," she sail "You meet someone interesting . .. next day you have to move on to another engagement. And I do suppose my life has been pretty well dedicated to ballet. "But I'm never lonely. I can't understand people who say they are bored. With me, it is always a question of finding time to do the things I want. I wish there were 48 hours in the day." FLORA Read the Classified Ads the Flora Methodist church, has been elected president of the Carroll County Ministerial Association. Rev. Loren Campbell, Delphi Methodist church was "named vice president; Rev. Ralph Petry, Pyrmont Church of the Brethren, secretary; and Rev. Lincoln Stafford of the Flora Baptist church as radio-broadcast secretary. On Tuesday, Mr. and Mrs. Irvin Angle, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Bailey and Miss Emma Aschanhort attended funeral services for Lewis Jones, of near Peru. Dean Torld of Cnrrollton township exhibited 10 ears of hybrid corn at the International Exposition in Chicago. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Bruner of Flora are the parents of a son, born at Memorial hospital, Logansport. A cantata, "Call of the Star", will be presented at the morning worship service at the Christian church or.' Dec. 15 by the choir. Jerry Ayres, in service in Victorville, Calif., is expected to arrive on Dec. 14 to spend a 15-day furlough with his sister and her husband, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Baum and his father, Arthur Ayres. Miss Dovie Isaacs is in the home of Mr. and Mrs, Jack .Voorhees at Roth Park, Lake Freeman, while the couple are in Rochester, Minn., where Jack is being examined at the Mayo clinic. The Voorhees family are former Flora residents. Members of the Flora Home Demonstration club met in the library clubroom Tuesday night for their Christmas party. Hostesses were Mesdames Merle Johnson, Carl Draper, Joe St. Amand. James Cassell, Charles Loy, and Ralph Rinehart, chairman. A carry-in supper was served. Mrs. C. W. Ryan, president, was in charge of business. Officers installed were Mrs. Marie Hanrahan, Delphi, Carroll County Home Demonstration president; Mrs. George Baum, president; Mrs. Charles Harter, first vice president; Mrs. Walter Mitchell, second vice president; Mrs. Clifford Bosworth, secretary; and Mrs. Mabel Grant, treasurer. Mrs. Ryan gave devotions. Carols were sung with Mrs. Harold Thompson at the piano. Mrs. St. Amand played carols on the accordion. Penny Pitman of Kokomo gave two readings. Gifts were exchanged and secret pals for next year were drawn. The 49'ers class of the First Brethren church taught by Raymond Jones met at his home west of Flora on Wednesday night for a carry-in supper and Christmas parly. At the Brethren Home west of Flora—Mrs. Mary Obenchain, 95, is bedfast; Miss Jennie Harrison, 37, has returned to the home after being in a Lafayelte hospital for creatmer.t of a broken hip; Wil- :;iam Cooper, 95. is improving satisfactorily at Memorial hospital, where he was treated for pneumon-j ia. Mr. and Mrs. Carol McCain of! Carrollton township spent several days recently with their daughter and husband, Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Richards and family at LaGrange, 111. On Dec. 7 they visited Mr. and Mrs. Glen Dunkir; at Anderson, formerly of Carrollton township. AH but three members of the Carrollton Home Demonstration club attended the Christmas meeting at the school building Tuesday night. Hostesses were Mrs. Ray Shanks, chairman, and Mesdames Emma Billiard, Eva Garrison, Ethel Lan- dls, Orpha Meade, Fred McCain, Doble Redding and George Flora. Dinner piano music was furnished by Mrs. Gene Redding. Miss Margaret Mabbitt, retiring president, and Mrs. Raymond Dillman, incoming president, were in charge of business. The group sang carols and devotions were by Mrs. Billiard. GifU were exchanged and secret pals •were revealed. Members of the Women's Mis-j sionary Society met at the Bre-j thren Home on Wednesday ;ioon| for their Christmas meeting. Mem-! bers of the Home family were guests for the carry-in dinner. Mrs. C. A. Stewart was in charge of the afternoon program and treats were given. The County Line Brethren Church, near South Bend, recently visited the Brethren Home, bringing a covered dish dinner and presenting a program and gifts. The night of Dec. 9 at the Altruist class of the Church of the Brethren met at the church for their Christmas meeting. Rev. F. Kaye Bass, Rev. and Mrs. Elbert Smith, Rev. and Mrs. PAINT OR NO CHRISTMAS—Tom Maxwell, who works till midnight as a store manager in Los Angeles, cheerfully goes about the job of painting his house by, extension light in the wee hburg, a job he set for himself because "My wife Marie says she won't do any decorating for Christmas until I paint the outside , of the place." (International Soundphoto} Lincoln Stafford and Rev. and Mrs. Charles Dumond, all of Flora, attended a meeting of the Carroll County Ministerial Association Monday at the Delphi Methodist church, A carry-in dinner was served and in the after, Mrs. Edward Morris of Culjer suggested ideas for Christmas church activities. Family night will be observed at the Church of the Brethren on Dec. 15. Mrs. Lynn Fisher will be in charge of the children's program. A short film, "The Christmas Spirit," will also be shown. The Missionary Circle will sponsor A Christmas program at the Baptist church on Dec. 15. Jesse Lowery has been ill with the flu. NEW RED PACT VIENNA (UP) — Communist Czechoslovakia has pined Russia and Poland in proposing a zone in Central Europe "free of atomic weapons." Radio Prague quoted a government communique Sunday endorsing the proposal. It said the zone should consist of East and West Germany, Poland and Czechoslovakia. $100,000 Fire At Zionsville 'ZIONSVHJLE (-UP)—.A $100,000 fire Sunday night destroyed a research laboratory and animal barn at the Pitman-Moore Co. experimental farm south of here. Dr. George Burch, director of the'research farm for the Indian apolis drug firm, said a dozen puppies and five pigs were lost in the blaze but 40 other dogs and two calves were saved. Cause of the blaze fought by firemen from Zionesville and surrounding towns, was not established immediately. Company spokesmen said all research and experimental records and most of the laboratory equipment were saved. However, the interior of the laboratory was destroyed. Lighted Tree Sparks SAC Enlistments BUNKER HILL AIR FORCE BASE, PERU, Ind., — A large Christmas tree symbolizing Strategic Air Command's "Tree of Peace" has been placed in front of the Control Center, Headquarters, SAC, OfEutt AFB, Nebraska, symbolizing a contribution to world peace. The tree is being lighted with a bulb for each 10 first-term reen- JLstees reported by the various Air Forces of SAC. Each Air Force has its own colored bulb to be placed on the t'-ee as representation of (heir reenlistments. This program commenced Nov. 1. 1957 and ends Dec. 20, 1357, with 1'2G bulbs on the tree as indicated on the latest report. It is estimated, from the outstanding results reported by various Air Forces within SAC, that the government will save millions of dollars by this program. For every skilled airman reonlLUe'd, the expense of training, schooling and instructors to leach in the training programs is saved. Bunker Kill AFB, an installation of SAC's Eighth Air Force, is making an all out effort lo do its part in this program. A replica of SAC's "Tree of Peace," a 10 foot Christmas tree was placed in front of the Group Headquarters building symbolizing our contribution to world peace. Colonel Henry J. Chisholm. B.ase Commander, emphasized that "recruiting is everybody's job." This slogan has been a keynote here. SAC has set Bunker Hill's goal FOUR FIRKMEN INJURED UNDTAMAPOljIS (UP) — Four firemen were injured Saturday night fighting a fire at a home. The blaze was blamed on defective wiring. None of the injuries was serious. "Quick,.. there's still time to fill your Hope Chest!" . says Bob Hope, star of the "Bob Hope Plymouth Show." ''You've got a date with an angel-your Plymouth dealer!" says Betty White, star of "Date with the Angels." "You might be rich for life-easy as 1,2,3!" .says Lawrence Welk, star of "Top Tunes' and New Talent." These great Plymouth TV stars invite you to Or one of 18 new. Plymouths we'll be giving away along with 45O other exciting prizes! Think of it! Here's a contest that should make the winner secure for the rest of his or her life— and it might just be you who collects! - It's easy—just head straight for your Plymouth dealer and get a free entry blank. Unscramble the seven little puzzles and give us your own short version of why you'll be money Hurry to your ahead in a new Plymouth. And while you're at your dealer's, take a good look at the years- ahead Plymouth. If you buy* a Plymouth during the contest period and you're one of the top 18 weekly winners, you'll get double your money back in cash immediately. Better get your entry in today! Spreads a magic carpef over bumps SIEO TNRA IRQ ANSWER (You'll get the easy clues at your Plymouth dealer's) SAMPLE MONEY-AHEAD FEATURES PUZZLE dealer today,! Logar.sport,. Indiana, Pharos-Tribune Fiv« at 33 reenlistees during this period. To date, the base has reen- lisled 13 with 5 more being reenlisted by Monday, December 16th. Bunker Hill's reenlistment goal for this program is expected to be fulfilled by the dead-line date, December 20th. STOVE EXPLODES TEACHER, PUPIL KDXE» WESTM EMPHIS, Ark. (W)— Mrs. Thelma Richards, 51-year-old Sunday school teacher, and one of 1 her pupils, Joe Naquin, 13, were killed Sunday when a truck hit Mrs. Richard's ear and knocked it into a vacant lot. Five other children were injured. Firemen were called to the John DeWitf. home, 330 Riverview street,' at 4-.5K p.m. Sunday, when a liquid| gas stove blew up. No one was in-! jured and damage, other than to I the stove, was minor. I OPEN EVERY EVENING UNTIL CHRISTMAS COONIES GIFT SHOP Wolton, Indiorm ^^*' ' FERNBAUGH'S Jewelry Store 411! K. Broadway soak away some What's your No. 1 AIM? I have to laugh at the way some folks make their budgets. They put down ^11 their living and entertainment and lux- ury expenses, and THEN see what they can save. In short, they live first and then SAVE. I've never yet seen anybody save money who didn't SAVE FIRST and then live. Without any delay, take part of the next money you get and carry it or send it FIRST THING to First Federal, and start a savings nest egg. THAT is how to start a "budget" plan that will really work. * JOIN OUR 1958 "DIVIDEND PAYING" f Christmas Saving Club Now J All you do is to put in any sum you please each & & week, from 50 cents up. (The $1 and $2 clubs are X 9 the most popular.) Come in and ask for further # |: details. " | CURRENT DIVIDENDS PER YEAR 1H3* ML 314 Fourth Street WHERE you save DOES make p a difference ASSETS OVER $1214 MILLION

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