Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on December 27, 1957 · Page 5
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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 5

Logansport, Indiana
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Friday, December 27, 1957
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Friday Evening, December 27, 1957. The Long Look ....^ '.. •.,.--.: ,J JJafl. Assoc. of Blouse Mfgrs. BY TRACY ADRIAN fTVHE LONG torso look that was such a success in the' ••• flapper era is back again in a more attractive, more Intriguing version. An example of the trend is this two-piece outfit designed by Givenchy. The elegant overblouse of mandarin crepe lesage features a sunburst drapery that flows from the heart neckline with its softly rolled collar and bow. A slender wool skirt completes the costume. Asserts Parents' Complaints Against Video Diminishing Boss Pays for Trip to Europe NEWTON, Mass. (UP) — They'll INDIANAPOLIS (UP) —An edu-j toast the boss in gay Paree and cator said today the volume of; he " ; ' W th f ^ in °" e of . ! he complaints is diminishing from! most unusua! otflce P artles of tne parents and teachers who once: year - Couple Honored On 46th Anniversary On Christmas Eve Mr. and Mrs. Chester Robbins, o[ 1824 George street, marked their 46th wedding anniversary with a family dinner Christmas Eve Purcell's Cafe. A social evening was then enjoyed at the home of the couple's daughter and son-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Marshall, of Lucerne. Gifts were exchanged, games and dancing were enjoyed. The couple was presented with a gift from the family in honor of their anniversary. . Present were Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Hupp and daughters, Mr. and Mrs. diet Carney and family, Mr. and Mrs.' A. J. Marshall and family, Ed Wall-ice of Lafayette, a'nd Mark Armic-k. Walton Rainbow Holds Initiation Anna Mari Rush was initiated at the recent meeting of Walton Rainbow Assembly, No. 48, at the Masonic hall. Pennie Kinnaman presented the Rose lecture for new members. Joan Wilson read Scripture. Polly Ramer conducted a birthday celebration of Janelle Hopper, Beverly McBride, Nikki Shirley and Sharon Schwalm. They were presented gifts from the assembly. Kathleen Lloyd received the chair prize. A Christmas program was held with Danna Tritt, Nikki Shirley, Janie Price and Mary Erbaugh singing two songs. Gifts were distributed by Santa. Mom Hall took church attendance and refreshments were served to the sixty persons attending. Midseason Topper JLJL Sub-Teen Party to Be At Country Club A sub-teen party and dance will be held at the Logansport Country club Sunday afternoon from 3 to 5 o'clock for seventh and eighth graders. Members may bring guests. On the committee are Mr. and Mrs. Joe McLain and Mr. and Mrs. Robert George. blamed television for the conduct of children. They are the Beacon Plastics 29 employes of Cbrp. here who Dr. Paul Witty a Northwestern' were winging their way to Europe University education professor, told; today on an expense-paid 15-day the American Association for the I "Christmas bonus" trip. A total Advancement of Science that blame! of 50 persons, including some em- on TV is diminishing for such problems as neglect of homework, lack of interest in school, less read- Parly. pioyes paying their own way, clients and wives, are in the president of Beacon Plastics. Shol ing and mealtime problems. "TV is a problem in homes where . . .. parents allow it to become and I kin is paying all expenses of 10- remain a problem," Witty said, year or more employes. Workers with less time on the job pay a proportionate share of their expenses—six years' with the company would mean 60 per cent company-paid and 40-per cent by the individual making the trip. Mrs. Mayme Sorrel'l, Monticello, Succumbs; Funeral on Saturday MONTICELLO — Mrs. Mayme Sorrell, 37, of route 4, Monticel'.o, died at 2:35 p.m. Thursday at White County Memorial hospital. She had been ill two months. Born June 6, 1920 in Tompkinsville, Ky., she was the daughter of Charles and Nannie Crowder Taylor. She was married Nov. 2. 1940 i More Rain in Store for Many Areas of State By UNITED PRESS The weatherman predicted today that at least two more rounds of rain will fall in Indiana before 1957 departs. Indications pointed to the pros pect of the wettest year in recorded history. Rainfall totals already were greater than for any The trip is on Joseph L. Sholkin,! prev ious year in the 20th Century, .-.= J ._. ., r, „,__„__ „,._, "Television has not interferred greatly with participation in put- door sports and other recreation. It may play a positive role in children's development and welfare. "Studies show little relationship between grades and the time plore the many erim programs being presented, but TV atone in every case of serious maladjustment was not responsible — poor home and unfavorable environ^ ment were major factors." Peru City Employe Dies at Residence After Long Illness PERU—-Edward J. Sharp, 57, a Peru city utilities employe for 23 years and brother of a Logansport man, died at his residence, 350 North Broadway at 6:20 a. m. Friday, following a lingering id- ness. Born in Miami county on October 19, 1900, he was the son of . , James R. Sorrell. She was a meiVi- ber of the Christian church of On-- arga. 111. Surviving are the husband, a daughter. Doris Jean, three sons, Robert H., Carl E., and John S., all at home; two sisters, Mrs. Ruby William and Louanna Miller! Wcis e. Reynolds, Intl., and Mrs. Sharp His marriage on Decem-. Eileen Anderson, Toledo, Ohio; and ber 4 1920 was to Bessie Scholes., two brothers, Cleo Taylor, Monti- He was a member of the Pres- \ ce "°. and clllra Taylor, Kentucky, byterian dhurch, the American; friends may call at the Miller Legion and served in World War 1. Survivors are: the wife; two daughters, Mrs. John Bender, ot Muncie; and Mrs. Kenneth Ashbrooke, of Peru; four sons, Harry, of Logansport; Edward, Jr., of Clinton; William and Richard, of Peru; a brother, Charles, of Cheyenne, Wyo.; 7 grandchildren. Funeral services will be conducted at 2 p. m. Monday at tha Eikenberry funeral home with tfie Rev. James Gillespie officiating. Burial will be made in Mount fur.eral home in Monticello, where services will be at 1 p.m. Saturday. Burial will be in the Bell Cen. tcr cemetery. Attorney' Brubaker Returns to Office Attorney George L. Brubaker, R. R. 1, who was stricken a month and a half ago, was sufficiently recovered to return to his office Friday. Brubaker will return to the St, Hope cemetery. Friends may call: Joscph hospital for x-rays Monday. after 1 a. m. Sunday. FATAL HEART ATTACK ' INDIANAPOLIS (UP) Ferril T. Agee, 55, a railroad supervisor, collapsed and died of a heart seizure Thursday while driving his automobile on a city street. The car swerved out of control and smashed into an automobile driven by Carl Striebeck, 17, who', carnation, made their getaway was injured and taken to a j f r0 m Washington after forcing He became ill on November 13. r the period ending New Year's Day called for precipitation averaging near one-half inch north and one-hal :o one inch' south in the form o rain tonight or Saturday and again about Monday and Wednesday. Logansport, Indiana, Pharos-Tribur.e Fiv» Ski Lodge Sweater DAY Plans Chapter And Auxiliary Party Plans were made for a chapter and auxiliary party at the Monday evening meeting ot the DAY Auxiliary at the club room's with senior commander, Doris Auker, presiding. Elsie Bushing, hospital chair, man, reported the following members sick: Lucille Mahoney, Dor Gottschalk, Geneva Davis and June Dilling. She also reported on the hospital party held recently for veterans at the State hospital A party for chapter and auxiliary members was planned for Sunday, December 29th in the club rooms. There will be a covered dish supper at 6 o'clock. Meat and rolls will be furnished. All chapter and auxiliary members and their families are invited to attend. Carolyn Barnett entertained by reading "Christmas for Mother" and "Days Before Christmas." Marie Huffman won the door prize. A social hour followed the meeting and cookies and candy were served by Carolyn and Betty Barnett. The next meeting will be January 13. Lodges Enjoy Yule Party At Wolf Home Members and guests of Logan Council, Daughters of America, and Sunbeam Council, Degree of Pocahontas lodge, enjoyed a Christmas supper Mond ! ay evening at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ray Wolf. Following the meal, there was a hristmas exchange and carol nging. Games were played and rizes awarded. Clara Summers, Uberta Harrison and Rose Quilen assisted Mrs. Wolf. Decorations were in a seasonal notif, and. Merle Jester was in harge of the social hour. The next ). of A. business meeting will be Monday evening at 8 o'clock at club rooms. BY TRACY ADKIAN Wm. Devltz & Co. I F YOU have a little Christmas check that is "burning a hole in your pocket, here is an elegant mid- season coat that will give a new lift to the cold months that are still to come. It is impeccably tailored in a creamy beige velours in a double breasted cut with slit pockets and' push-up sleeves worn up or at the wrist. For opulence there is a. wide, removable nutria collar. Destroy Many Doses of Outdated Polio Serum NEW -YORK CUP) — Vast quantities of outdated polio vaccine are being destroyed because of public apathy during cold Bank Official to Have last Laugh In His Yule Joke ATLANTA, Ga. (UP) — Bank executive Arthur Lo..g is holding weather months, the pharmaceuti-j his breath. The 154 unique Christ cal industry reported today. The weather bureau normally, The Health News Institute, which is cautious in predictions about | serves as a public information total amounts of rainfall expected.; center for ^ e industry, said vac- Frequently an outlook of one inch; c j ne ma kers are overstocked and turns out to be two or three inches' in a given period. Hillary Leads in Race to South Pole AUCKLAND, New Zealand (UP) —Sir Edmund Hillary took a commanding lead today in his race against a B r i t i s h expedition for the honor of making the first overland trek to the South Pole in 45 years. The New Zeland team headed b the conqueror of Mt. Everest was reported less than 300 miles from the pole today. The British expedition headed by Dr. Vivian Fuchs was some 500 miles away at last reports. A radio message from Hillary ;o New Zeland's Scott base on McMurdo Sound this morning reported the team had covered 40 miles during the night. That would put him about 290 miles from his goal. FLOODS IN CEYLON COLOMBO, Ceylon (UP) — The death toll in the floods raging in central Ceylon reached 125 today. More than 300,000 persons were homeless. SLAIN OVER BAR BILL WASHINGTON (UP)—Two men killed a bar owner and a musician after an argument over their fled per- CHKISTMAS ROME CUP) — Actress Ingrid Bergman said today she had had a wonderful Christmas reunion with Roberto Rossellini and their children but she would not say how long Rossellini might stay in Rome. are forced to destroy "hundreds of thousands" of doses of the serum. Unused vaccine must be destroyed after six months. diet Shaw, executive vice president of the institute, said the situation was "tragic" in view of the fact that about 45 million persons under the age of 40 have not received any shots of the Salk vaccine. Of these, Shaw said, about 16 million are under 20 years of age. Elect Officers of Scout Group at Meeting Monday mas gifts he sent to friend, coulc turn into a $3,100 boomerang. Long's presents were gold cut links, engraved in the form of checks. One of the recipients, George L Rankin, figured to "play a little joke on Arthur." He went to th< bank and cashed his set. But Long probably won't be tot hard hit financially, even if hi other friends decide to play the joke. The bank, going along wit] the gag, cashed Rankin's check, in Confederate money. Flood Conditions in Southern Illinois By UNITED PRESS Fresh rains today threatened t pelt water-logged southern Illinoi where heavy rainfalls alreadj forced 40 families to abando Officers "of the Tipicon Lodge, th " m f ia the path of fl °° de iMnf n? tha A..,™,, ,,,in ho aloof. Waterways. Order of the Arrow will be elected Monday at the annual meeting at Camp Buffalo Scout Camp. The meeting will begin at 6:30 p.m. The group is part of a national organization . of honor campers elected from boy scout troops and explorer posts in the, Three Rivers Council. ... ". Kennethi Ayler, of Me'daryville, will read the report of the nominating committee," after which officers will be elected and installed. Three members will receive the Vigil Honor award, which is given for outstanding service to .the lodge. Names of the recipients will not be announced until the meeting. Ralph Levy, Logansport, is chairman oE the meeting. Oscar Beasey, also of Logansport, is the adult advisor. .George Hosier, Walton, is the lodge advisor. A small corps of trucks an< motorboats carried families en camped on the banks of the Littl Wabash River in southeastern Illi nois to safety Thursday and earl; today. Fed by heavy rains whici followed recent off-season torr.a does into the area, the river wa expected to crest at 34 feet today Personals A daughter, Patricia Ann, wa born to Mr. and Mrs-. William Ger rard, route S, Lafayette, on Christ mas Day at St. Elizabeth hospita' Lafayette. The mother is th former Marilyn Huffman, daughte of Mrs. Honour Huffman, 252 East Broadway, and the paterna grandparents are Mr. and Mrs Sam Gerrard, Chase 'Road, city. haperones Named : or Teenage Dance Chaperones for the teenage ance tonight from 8 'o II o'clock t the YWCA annex have been an- ounced by the Y-Teen committee! BY TRACY ADRIAN T^ROM Sun Valley comes a sweater by Picard that will •T delight the heart of any ski enthusiast. A smart and cozy selection for wear around the fire on a frosty evening, it goes equally well with slacks or a skirt. The hand-made cardigan has a zipper front and its blue and yellow squares are knitted into the white background. With it the model wears a white saddle-stitched belt imported from Switzerland. Ornamented with red hearts, the belt sports a tiny music box that plays "heart" music. Mrs. Paul Stonerock, s follows: Mr. and Jr. and Mrs. Tom Morris, Mrs. lolland Meinzer, Mr. and Mrs. Imer Hill and Mr. and Mrs. Harold Ebey. All teenagers of Logansport and 'ass county are invited to attend he dance. Tri Kappa College Girls To Be Feted Tri Kappa sorority, in place of Uie regular meeting, will hold open house for college girl members at the home of Mrs. Bernard Hall, 3100 East Broadway, Sunday afternoon from 2 to 4 o'clock. On the committee are Mrs. Donald Douglass, chairman, Mrs. Herbert Small, Mrs. Donald Matfcson.j Mrs. Russell Palmer, Mrs. Al Heminger and Miss Betty Hyres. BRIDGE RESULTS The Women's Duplicate Bridge club met Thursday evening at the YWCA with five tables in play. Mrs. Paul Longnecker and Mrs. Blanche DeYoe won first place; lied for second were Mrs. A. T. Lybrook and Mrs. Robert David, Mrs. Bernell Combs and Mrs. Don O'Neill. FUTILE ATTEMPT SOCIAL CALENDAR 1 FRIDAY 6:30 p.m.—Purity Rebekah lodge 127, IOOF hall. BARKING, England (UP) — Charles Bull, 57, ran from his home when it caught fire today. Then he remembered his life savings were in the house. He ran back and died in the flames. His wi'e, who was saved, said the savings amounted to $75.60. Beat the drums jingle the bells CHRISTMAS CLUB TIME IS HERE! It's easy ... it's automatic . . . it's the only way to save for Christmas. Join National Bank's Christmas Club, make small weekly payments and presto! YouMI have plenty of cash next Christmas. Sav* iock »W«.k. 2f< Mk $1.00 iJ.oo $1.00 • $s.oo $10.00 $20.00 R.c«v. Nov. J11JO $11.00 $50.00 $100.00 $150.00 $110.00 $100.00 $1000.00 bill early today and then southward, kidnaping three sons and switching cars. The killers, one wearing a red hospital. their way into a car in which Pfc. Larry Monteith of nearby Ft. Myer and his date, Doris Mat- n j.i r*i -r- 111 iviytr auu um uuie, JJi Read the Classified AdSltingly, 24, were parked. Window Shades Draperies-Slipcovers 220 E. Marki) Slreol Phone 3609 Rugs-Carpets Upholstery Venetian Blinds HOLIDAY SPECIAL PLAIN SKIRTS-SUCKS-SWEATERS ANY 3 FOR n- 25 OPFER GOOD THRU DEC. 31, 1957 While The Children Are Home For The Holidays Have Their SKIRTS-SLACKS & SWEATER'S CLEANED AT SPARKLE ONE HOUR CLEANERS 316 E. Broadway Acrou From The National Bank EYEGLASS hearing aids VVe have Batteries and Cords For most hearing aids. FERNBAUGH'S JEWELRY STORE 416 E. Broadway HERE ARE THREE REASONS WHY OUR PLAN IS THE MOST POPULAR IN TOWN— 1, You have 50 full weeks to complete your club. 2. A club for every member of your family—from 25c to $20.00 per week (your kiddies' 25c is welcome here). J, Use our convenient Drive-In for payments—no need to stand in line. NATIONAL BANK Broadway at Fovrib MMMM4I37 WELCOME! Member F.O.I.C.

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