Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on December 31, 1957 · Page 7
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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 7

Logansport, Indiana
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Tuesday, December 31, 1957
Page 7
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Tuesday Evening, December 31, 1957. UKANSPORT PUBLIC LIBRARY Twelve Mile ROCHESTER Fulton Tax Shares Go To Officials Thfe various officals of Fulton | .. .._ County governmental agencies;ess to the Skinner church Ladies Skinner and son, Mr. ar.d Mrs. Frederick Skinnor and family, Mr. _ and Mrs. Everett Skinner, Fred The BUB' LadFes Aid'will mect !skl ' nne f- a " of Twelve Mile; Mr. with Mrs. Flora Skinner, Thurs- and Mrs._ Edward Cook Denver day. afternoon. Mrs. Esther Rudicel will be assistant hostess. Mrs. Guinevere Green will be devotional leader. ' . Corinth WMS has been postponed until Wednesday, January 8. Mrs, Helen Dillman will be host- have received their proportionate share of the county fall tax installments. The total amount distributed was $673,160.98, an increase of $73,000 over the amount for 1956. The acquistion of the two new elementary schools in the city accounts for a greater share of this increase. The sheriff's office Friday afternoon picked up Lewis Myers, Jr., of Beaver Dam Lake on a charge of desertion. He -was lodged in Fulton Co. jail. Mr. and Mrs. John C. Weiler of Rochester have been named defendants in a suit on promissory note filed in Fulton Circuit Court by the Marburger Supply Co. of Peru. Judgement of $2.857.59 is sought, plus interest of $207.10. Harry Thomas Chancy and Violet E. dingier, Delong residents, were granted a marriage license in Fulton Co. Clerk's office Friday. A daughter was born in Woodlawn Hospital Friday to Mr. and Mrs. Loy Mark, Route 6, Rochester. Recent Woodlawn Hospital admissions have been Miss Sonja Morgan, Mrs. Orville Muliett, Byron Gordon, Mrs. Golclie Baumbarger, and Harold Bailey, all of Rochester; and Mrs. Milo Secrist and Mrs. James Hajicek, both of Bourbon. Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Reed, Rochester, announce the marriage of their daughter Virginia to Noel Lewis, son of Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Lewis, of Fort Wayne. The Rev. Father George Lanning officiated at the nuptials on Saturday at 10 a.m. in the St. Joseph's Church. The bride is a graduate of Rochester High School and Ball State Teacher's College, and is a teaoher in the Rudisill School in Ft. Wayne. Mr. Lewis, also a Ball State graduate, is music supervisor in Montpelier, where the couple will make their home. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Burns, Fulton, are the parents of a son, born in Woodlawn Hospital. Announcement has been made of the marriage of Miss J. Ann Hastings, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George Hastings of Portsmouth, Va., and Allen Lee Morrow, son of Mr. and Mrs. Leo Morrow of Rochester. The couple were married November 15 at the Cottage Place Methodist Church hi Portsmouth. A reception was held in the social hall of the church following the ceremony. Residence has been established at 2104 Queen .St. in Portsmouth. Mr. and Mrs. Elaine Tilman have returned after spending the past week with their daughter-in- law and grandsons. Mrs. Frances Tilman and sons Nelson and Richard in Minneapolis, Minn. Mr. and "Mrs. Hubert Taylor spent the Christmas holidays, with their son and family in Chicago. Mr. and Mrs. Von Kochenderfer spent Christmas with her brother and family, Mr. and Mrs. Omer Horn, in Elkhart. Dr. and Mrs. Philip Clinger and sons David and Kenny and Albert Ciinger, all of this city, have returned from Sandusky, Ohio where they enjoyed a family Christmas get-together. Christmas guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Wendell Bearss and family were Miss Janice Bearss of South Bend, Mr. and Mrs. Don Smith and family of Logansport, and Joe Long, of Carlils, Pennsylvania. Mr. and Mrs. Gene Thompson and Jane, Mike, David, ar.d Martha were Christmas dinner guests of her mother, Mrs. Ruth Werner. Mrs. Elnora Arven of Fulton was] a recent dinner guest of her son and wife, Mr. and Mrs. Dean Arven. Mr. and Mrs. Myron Carlson and David and Billy of Valparaiso! spent the holidays with relatives here. The Carlson's are former residents of Rochester. A group of thirty girls enjoyed the Christmas party of the Rochester Assembly No. 90, Rainbow Girl.- this week. Following the business meeting conducted by the Worthy Advisor, Miss Sandra Whit- tenbergcr, the girls serenaded Woodlawn Hospital, Miller Nursing Home, and various residences of the city with Christmas carols. The group then returned to the Masonic Hall for refreshments provided by Mrs. Harvey Waymirc, Mrs. Harold Partridge, and Mrs. Maurice Sadowsky. Christmas guests of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph King have been their son Jack King of Sullivan, Illinois, and their daughter and family. Mr. and Mrs. James Allen and sons of Hammond. Mr. and Mrs. Ross Moore and Mr. and Mrs. James Pennell were Christmas Eve guests of Dr. and Mrs. Philip Clinger and sons. Mr. and Mrs. Wendell Tombaugh and Johnny have returned from Kokomo, where they visited Mrs Tombaugh's sister and family, Mrs. Ralph Ehrman and daughters. Mr. and Mrs. Milton Camblin en. tertained the following Christmas Day guests: Mr. and Mrs. Robert Pennell and son Jim and Mr. and Mrs. Jim Pennell. Mr. and Mrs. Bob Fletcher and daughter of Elkhart have returned to their home after visiting Mr. ar.d Mrs. Ross Moore of this city Aid, Thursday evening. Roll call will be a "Favorite Bible Story". Rev, August Lundquist, pastor of the Mexico and Bethlehem Methodist churches, will teach a series of classes in a church wide family study on the topic "Lands of Witness and Decision". The classes begin Sunday evening and continue through the first three Sunday evenings of January from 7 to 8:30 p.m. The first class will include a film. The classes are for the purpose of enlightening members as to work being done by missionaries in Korea, Belgium-Congo, Sarawak and Bolivia, and is being sponsored by the Women's Society of Christian Service. The classes will be held at the Mexico church. Transportation will be furnished to local families needing transportation if request is made before-hand at the parsonage. A musical Christmas program was presented by students of the school with each grade having a part. Bethlehem Methodist church held their Christmas program on Christmas eve. All who took part were from age 3 through high school age, with the exception of Mrs. Lavonne Young, soloist and George Wilson, narrator. It included a Christmas playlet and pantomime combination presented by the youth of the church. Pet and Hobby members' met with Mrs. Guinevere Green, Wednesday evening at Memorial Hall. They enjoyed hearing the s'.ory, "Santa's Problem". Roll call was answered with what they wanted for Christmas. They made Christmas bookmarks. Tuberculosis seals were purchased to complete their community project. Bobby Green read the Christmas story from Luke 2:7-20 and led prayer for the devotional period with the Farm Bureau. A gift ! —i---n c was held by p et arK j members. spent Christmas Day with Mr. and Mrs. Don Carr and family. There were three sets of four generations present in the group. Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Payne and Harold were Mr. and Mrs. Verne Ault and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Ault and family of South Bend; Mr. and Mrs. David Cunningham and daughter, Wabas'n; Mr. and Mrs. Charles Ault and Jerry and Mrs. Cornelia Ault of Denver. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Green and Bobby spent Friday evening with Mr. and Mrs-. Lyrnan Maguire, Jr. and family, Denver. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Greer and family, Chicago are spending a few days with Mr. and Mrs. Ora Greer and Mary Jean. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Vinson and son, Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Townsend and sons, Connie Townsend, Mr. and Mrs. J. N. Babb ar.d family spent Sunday with Mr. and Florida with Mr. and Mrs. Sam Cover, Sr. Mr. ar.d Mrs. Robert Payne and Harold spent Christmas day with Mr. and Mrs. Donald Payne and family, Erie. Christmas guests of Mrs, Mary Swanson and Miss Sylvia Swan- were Mr. and Mrs. R. S. Brown and Jerry Twelve Mile; Mr. and Mrs. Richard A. Brown and Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Swanson and family, Lafayette; Mr. and Mrs. Orel Swank, Mr. and Mrs. Roger Swanson and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Swanson and Mrs. Nancy Swank all of Twelve Mile. Mr. and Mrs. Hollys Babb and family Mr. and Mrs. J. N. Babb ar.d family, Charles Knill and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Lane and daughter, Rock-ford, Illinois spent Christmas day with Mr. and Mrs, Wilr lard Babb, route 4, Peru. Mrs. D. W. Strauss and children, Elkhart spent Sunday with Rev. and Mrs. August Lundquist and children and Mr. and Mrs. Earl Foster. Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Stuber are building a new home overlooking Mrs. Joe McVicker and family,'the Seven Sections Lake. Lafountaine. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Sullivan and Jesse Ann spent Christmas with Mrs. J. T. Sullivan and Edytiie Ann in Florida. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Cover, Jr. and family spent Christmas in Dwight Kime is improving at his home after having his shoulder injured in a recent fall. Mrs. Lura Payne, Erie is visiting Mr. and Mrs. Robert Payne and Harold. Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. leader will be Mrs. Herbert Musall. Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Tomson are parents of a new' daughter, Debra Jayne, born December 26 at Dukes Memorial hospital, Peru. They also have 'two sons. Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Skinner, Jr., Logar.sport, are parents of a son, born Friday, Dec. 27 at Memorial hospital, Logansport. They also have a daughter. Paternal grandparents are Mi 1 , and Mrs. Hugh Skinner, Sr. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Carr, Lake Charles, Louisiana; Mr. and Mrs. Lyman Murden, Mr. and Mrs. Dale G. W. WOLF Introduces BETTY *VC,»OMtTMtNO- NEW UNDER THE SUN. SHf'J GOING TO APPf AR IN THIS PAP£R EACH WEEK FROM NOW ON , YOU'LL LIKE HER WIT AND HUMOR,SO WATCH HIM WUK& WPIB FOR THE FIRST IWSTALLMCNT - SPONSORED W msrco. HMD I FUEL OIL IIN TOW PHONE 3990 • 314 HEflTH ST. LOGANSPORT, INDIANA VMHfrKCEPTH/7 WOtf FKOM YOUR DOOG" Deaths In News By UNITED PRESS NEW ORLEANS — Caspar Gu- otta, 67, unofficial mayor of Bourbon Street, died in his sleep early Monday. Gulotta, a native of Cici- started as a Bourbon Street bartender and later managed several cabarets of his own. The round little man had been a tourist Dwight Kime and John were James Black, Adams; Mrs. Lena Blacketer, Logansport; Mr. and Mrs. Ivan Sullivan and Alyce Ann, Mexico; Mr. and Mrs. Lonnie Kingery and gransons, Peru. i attraction in the French Quarter for 40 years. NEW YOHiK — Louis Minsky, 48, managing editor of the Reli- jious News Service, died at his home Monday of a heart attack. Minsky organized the interfaith news agency in 1933 and won the sponsorship of the National Conference of Christians and Jews. He was a well-known radio speaker and writer for periodicals. RAMSEY, N.J. — James A. McDonald, 82, honorary vice president and former director of the Todd Shipyards 'Corp., died at his estate here Monday. He retired in 1950. Thomas H. Mettler, 71, chairman Logansport, Indiana, Pharos-Tribune Seven of the board of the Interwoven Stocking Co., died Monday at his ancestral farm near here. Mettler joined Interwoven, which was founded by a brother, in 1917. He was also an outstanding poultry breeder BERKELEY, Calif. — Dr. William Donald, 68, "family doctor" to thousands of University of California students for 25 years, died. Monday at his home. A graduate of UC Medical School in 1911, he' had been director of student health since 1923. Read the Classified Ads DIES OF BURNS FORT WAYNE (UP)—Loretta Hair, 5, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. August Hair, Fort Wayne, died in St. Joseph's Hospital Monday night of burns sustained earlier when her clothing caught fire as she brushed against an open flame gas heater in her home, INSTITUTE IS SLATED INDIANAPOLIS .UP)—A two- day institute on Middle Eastern affairs will open at Butler University Jan. 10. Speakers include Earl Bunting, former president of Ilia National Association of Manufacturers and Dr. Edward Elson, minister of the National Presbyterian Church in Washington, D.C. DOG BILL HARTFORD, Conn. — Dogs cos Connecticut $10,000 annually. Thi state pays out that much to pro perty owners for damage done bj dogs whose owners can not be tound. Ringing in a year full of happiness, prosperity, good health and joy for all our wonderful friends and patrons. 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