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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 7

Logansport, Indiana
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Monday, December 16, 1957
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Monday Evening, December 16, 1957. LDGANSPORT PUBLIC LIBRARt Crossword Puzzle Is 36 Years Old This Week ' By DOC QUIGG United Press Staff Correspondent NEW YGBK (UP)—The world is so full of a number of things: Exactly 35 years ago this week, four days before Christmas, this country started getting ro, ti, eke, gat, nib, pip, yak, ara, epi, emu, auk roc and 'gnu conscious. 'On Dec. 21 1921. the New Yo:rk World began publishing the first crossword puzzles. Flora Fire destroyed a barn Thursday on the W. L. Butcher farm, northeast of Flora in Carrollton township. The fire is believed to have started while frozen waler pipes were being thawed out. The Camden fire department was called to the scene when the Flora department's water supply By the way, what fugitive from a torture rack composes eras word puzzles, anyway? 'became low. Most of the machin- .. I cry in the barn was saved. The "farm is rented by Robert Kessler. Frances Crispcn returned Thurs- Blow me down, gents, if you don't learn something new every day around this town. I am wear- day to his home in Bringhurst, after an operation at St. Elizabeth's hospital, Lafayette. ing today a pair of invisible su.s-1 Mrs - Rnbort B ™ ner and son . penders-an.item of clothing most! routc ! . Flora , have been ' dismiss- people would swear didn't exist. l cci from Memorial hospital, Lo- They're white and are worn un- i gansport. derneath the shirt. ; Local Cllb scouts met at the How do they get'fastened to the Christian church Wednesday night pants? Simple. They utilize the tor the December meeting and same gadget that fastens the gar-1 Christmas party. The singing of ter to the sock. The A. Sulka Shop. \ cavols was led by cubmasler which carries them, was asked j George Whipple. Achievement a- just how new they are. wards and round-up badges were "N T ot new at all — matter of fact, they're rather old fashioned. Occasionally an old. guy buys a pair, a guy who wants to take his coat off but doesn't want his suspenders showing. Or, sometimes, a customer will do a double take at the box and say: 'What the heck is that? Lemme have a pair.' " Another item that should be, just fine for your C h r i s I m a s i shopping list is a $2,500 gold-p'lat- cd oscillating lawn and garden sprinkler, which the Melnor Co. In Brooklyn claims it is manufacturing with a straight face. That is, the claim is made with a straight face. It is hard to sec how you could manufacture therr without busting out laughing. Actually, only one pilot model has: been made. But, believe it or not, since word got around that tht: thins was on the market inquiries have been received from potential customers in two states. It figures: Texas and Oklahoma. presented to the scouts. Each clen mother gave a demonstration on the correct way to wear cub scout clothing. Den members told what they had made for the den mothers' Christmas.. Santa Glaus was a guest at the party. On Dec. 18 the cub scouts will carol for shut-ins and then go to various homes for hot chtcolate. Following practice for Sunday's Cantata last Thursday night, members of the Christian church choir went to the home of Mrs. W. C. Aschanhort for a social hour. Members of the Community Council will hold a breakfast meeting Tuesday at 8 a.m. at the Le- giSn • home. Officers for 1958 will be elected. Breakfast will, be served by the Legion Auxiliary. Mr. and Mrs. George Flora spent a weekend recently with their son, Dana and family in Kenlon, Ohio. Mesdames Neal Flora, Charles Farter ancl Paul Burns, and Miss Dovie Isaacs attended the Heart Foundation luncheon meeting at Roth Park, Lake Freeman. Carroll, White and Benton counties were represented. Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Calhoun observed their 61st wedding anniversary at their home here recently. Mrs. Calhoun has been seriously ill for several weeks. The* couple's daughter, Mrs. Alex Pirie, who has been helping care for hur father, has returned to her home near Reynolds. Mrs Jennie Harrison and Henry Pinkard, both of Flora, were recently dismissed from St. Elizabeth's hospital, Lafayette. Mrs. Ethel Aiken Cutler, and True Life Adventures DEATH RATTLE A B/KNP or- WHITE-LIPPED PECCARIES ASIC" SENC7S LJF'ITS BA.TTUS A FURIOUS —AMP THEIR WARNING HAP 0==-, BE HEEDEP/I=£>K THEV ARE SOUTH AMERICA'S MOST PAKKSEKOUS ANIMALS BEST A 1_AK<3E SERFEMT ISTfiD SHRECS WITH THEIR i SHARP TEETH AMP HOOR^ Mrs. Dolly Wetzel, Flora, were taken to St. Elizabeth's hospital, Lalayette, recently. Mrs. Junior Max- Hawks. WE'LL DEMONSTRATE . . . Come see Studebaker-Packard's all-new Hawk-inspired styling. See Ameriea'slowest- priced, lull-sized car, the Scotsman . . . the famous .the all-new Packardsl Then teat the one that suits you beat. Do it— (W ) Studebaker-Packard LUTES MOTORS, Inc. well also was taken there for observation, and Tom Sink was taken from his home here to the Blest Mor Nursing Home in Bringhurst. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Zartman received a cable from Simbach Air Force Base, Germany, telling of the birth of a seven-pound, two- ounce boy, David Richard, to their son and daughter-in-law, Lt. and Mrs. John Zartman. The baby was born Nov. 27, , Mrs Russell Runs will be host, ess of the Kil Kare Klub Christmas party Dec. 18 at the Brethren home, west of Flora. A dinner will be served'at 6:30 p.m. W. L. Butcher', grandfather of Meredith Butcher, is ill at the home of Mr. and Mrs. W, L. Woodring, at Wheeling. The Delphi and Flora Rotary Clubs will meet the night of Dec. 17 at the Delphi Country Club for their annual Christmas dinner. Christmas decorations have been placed in the Flora business district by employees of the city. The Flora Community Club furnished the decorations. The Monroe township Home Demonstration Club held its annual dinner in the home of Mrs. Fritz Schnepf, south of Flora. Thirty-nine members and six children were present. Mrs. Dolar Ritchey, a guest, gave grace for the meal. Mrs. Ada Booth, president, was in charge of the meeting, which opened with the Club Creed . and the pledge to the flag, i Mrs. Russell Oyler gave devo- Logansport, Indiana, Pharos-Tribune Seven tions and Mrs. Harold Eller sang. Mrs. Oyler gave the history of ! 0 Come All Ye Faithful" and the group sang the song. Mary Craft read a Christmas story. Mrs. Phillip Pring gave a. reading, "The Candle in the Forest," and Mrs. Schnepf read "The Story That Never Grows Old." Gifts were exchanged and Secret Pals revealed. Assisting Mrs. Schnepf were Mesdames Mary Craft, Morris Clem and Forest Ayres. Officers installed were: Mrs. Glen Booth, president; Mrs. Herman Neff, first vice president; Mrs. Robert Kearns, second vice president; Mrs. Harold Eller, secretary-treasurer; and Mrs. Glen Wagoner, publicity chairman; All but Mrs. 'Wagonsr had been r»- elected. Their terms of office begin in January. MEDICS CALL QUITS SANTIAGO, Chile (UP)—'The 5,500 physicians, dentists and pharmacists working for the national health department under Chile's socialized medicine plan, said they would hand in- their resignations to Health Minister Jorge Torreblanca today because the government has turned down their demand for an 80 per cent salary increase. The government explained it had no mcney to grant the increase. Ohio has 145 cities whose 'population is more than 5.000 persons. Science Shrinks Piles New Way Without Surgery Finds Healing Subttance That Doei Both— Relieve! Pain—Shrink* Hemorrhoids NOT fork, H. V. 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