Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on March 25, 1948 · Page 8
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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 8

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Thurs. Evening, Mar. 25, '48 T Delphi ! The Crusaders Class at the Delphi Methodist church will hold a cooperative supper at the church dining room on the evening of April I, at 8:30 o'clock. Commit- tse members are: Mr. and Mrs. "Woodrow Whiteman, Mr. and Mrs. Elmer McCall, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Miller, Mr. and Mrs. Sylvan Smith. Mr. and Mrs. Don Fontlnel and Miss Vivian Henderson. Robert VanXatta has announced the appointment of the following members of. the house committee at. the Country club: Curtis McCain, Jack Boyd and Haughey Mount. Mrs. Donald Chapman, chairman of the Ladies committee has appointed the following ladles on the house committee: Mrs. Curtis McCaiu, Mrs. Paul Carney and Mrs. Tom HanneU. The first dinner bridge euchre of the season will be a cooperative dinner at the club house on the evening of April 1st. Committee members for thlst dinner are: Mr. »nd Mrs. Paul Quick. Mr- and Mrs. Don May, Mr- and Mrs. Jesse Patrick and Mr. anil Mrs. Donald Chapman, Roy DeLong of Indianapolis spent the weekend here with his daughter. Mrs. Donald Chapman, Mr. Chapman and daughters. Harvey Lynch has returned home from the "St. Elizabeth hospital where he spent two weeks. Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Denk and Mr. and Mrs. Will S. Smith spent Sunday at KIrkUh with Rev. and Mrs. Harry Parker. Mrs. Howard Jenkins who has been confined to the Home hospital with iindulent fever returned home this week- One hundred persona attended ' the St. Patricks party held at the K. C. Hall here "on Wednesday evening of last weok. Euchre was played and stunts enjoyed. Mrs. , Harry Haugh and Bill Coomey won at euchre and winners In the con- 1 tests were: Rudy Clawgdn and 'Mrs. •VVil! Coomey and Mrs. Joe Coomey and Hilary Nlchtcr. Committee members in charge •' of the gala affair were: Mr. and Mrs. Joe Coomey, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Delaney, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Cdomey. Mr. and Mrs. Law- TISTID TIPS By Jack and Betty Gray LPSZ, 50 POfJ'f WO , S. COLOfZ! Olfl'OP * cur INTP '/>' tuc.t'6 POP Winamac Funeral services for Joseph ! mas vacation, etc. It was found ; Uiat most schools operate on fast specti'onr'in'an"corporation v.-here^ijue ir. the fall but remain on i ports and certificates of commis- 'sion resulting from our recent in- '' Meraeth were held Thursday at recommendations have been met- i stan(iar( j t j me in the spring- Most | the S, Joseph church at Pula*L | T^nterey school ^oved ^or- -.---Burial was made there- | ^ & continuous commission Funeral services for Richard j SCfloo i, along with Pulaski, Star Eugene Perry were held Thura-j c;ty an(} jieaaryville. iday at Victor Chapel. Burial was The board approved the empioy- (made in the cemetery there. He -^ o£ registered nurse, Lenore ! was the six-moaths-old son of Mr. j Gils j n ^ er to use the wood lamp in ' and Mrs. Oliver Perry of Star City, j inspect j ns the schools of the coun- "Weekend guests of Miss Twyla j [y for evi( j ence 0 £ scalp ringworm. Keiser were Gloria GoJdlne; Bill ! ^ ^^ vill j,e£-in Monday under Dickson, and Charles White, aU| the com ijined supervision of the ~? •Vnnv I, .„ "K^<I,.H of hpflHh. COUlltV of state board of rwooi. . [State ooaiu u» uomi.", »—. . A daughter. Pamela Ann, was , health O f£icer and the board I born to Mr. and Mrs. Lowcl Wit- educat i on . son at the St. Joseph hospital, Three persons from Pulaski Logansport, on Sunday, The mo- I county have been selected by the Uher was formerly Miss Pessy j execu tiv e council of the Study i Selle, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. c " omm i ss i on to serve on committees George Selle. Mrs- Richard Russell in the as follows. ) 1U11U '1 ^. j ru.rs- ruciiuru jvu&scii JQ *»i "'v. Lamoin Nice—principal, Wina- iSt. Joseph hospital, Logansport, mac ,,jg h so hool, serving on the for observation and treatment. | committee which studies school John Wllkes ot Lafayette and | final!Ce- Mr. and Mrs. Charles Garling of 1 W i!liam E. Franklin—principal, South Bend were weekend guests | France svllle school, serving on the of Mrs. Mary Wllkes. Mr. and Mrs. oornm ittee which studies second- Devon Garling and daughter, Sharon, spent Sunday afternoon in the same home. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Davis and j daughter were guests Sunday of '"-. and Mrs. Walter Alberding. renc« Margowski, Charles Geheb (and Robert Clifford- Mr, and Mrs. Roy Coble and daughter are planning to return | home from Florida In the near ! future. | Joe Dubes and Harry Latshaw 1 of Lafayette route 3, were Iti Delphi on business Monday. Roy Slferd of Idavllle and Edgar Oaks ot Lafayette route 4, were recent Delphi visitors. Mrs. John Delaney and son, Ned, and Mrs. Woodrow Whiteman were In Lafayette Tuesday afternoon whore they called on the former's mother, Mrs. L. M. Pletcher at the Home hospital. Mrs. Fletcher who is responding to treatment expects to return home later In the week. Mrs. E. W. Bowen and daugh- Uer Miss Hilda Bowen, are ex' peeled home from Florida this week. , Those who will attend the an- inual Producers Marketing associa- lion meeting in Indianapolis Fri,day are: Mr- and Mrs. Charles I Black, Mr. and Mrs. Lee Flora, ijlr. and Mrs. Charles Hartcr, Mr. jand Mrs. George Sites, Artus Rod- lenbarger, John De La Croix, Mr. land Mrs. Miles Martin Jr., Mrs. | John Peterson and Miss Vivian Henderson, For Her Easter Batons beautiful box stationery and note paper. TIMBERLAKES ary education, , G. W. Gerlehs—superintendent of Pulaski county schools, serving on the committee- which studies building and equipment. All three of the local represanta- s. >vajtci _-xiu*.i.m"o AH tnree 01 »-uo lu^-ty*. *cijit-o""^« Judge Robert Thompson IB | tiyes o£ tlie study committees at- spending the week in Rensselaer BS'J tendet i t t, e opening meeting.in Ind. _ i . i j., j **, in SI/MI *>f fVioro > n_ " mv 11 <i-n/4mr ?VTa fpVl 1 X til. special judge In court there, , Charles Doyles of Brookfield spent the weekend with his mother, Mrs. Ed Doyles, who is ill. ianapolis,' Thursday, March 18th. The-commission hopes to complete their work by October 1st. The superintendent reported the .er, .Mrs. Ji-u uuyitis, v,uu »a *•.. ine supennteiiuuuu n^u^v^s* ,.".•* Rev. Ley and Mrs. Elizabeth £[ n( i;ngs 0 £ a survey conducted In "Weaver of Dyer spent -Monday | elght adjoining counties relative with Mr. and Mrs. H. V. Shank. | to severa i points on which uniform Mr. and Mrs. Charles Troupe en- j pl . ac ti ce might be desirable. Such . i _ * c'lTi^mr rllnrifir ill ^ ,.i. -i.™ nnim-iae fli D aCTfi OL tertained at Sunday dinner honor o£ tho birthday anniversary of their son, George. Among the guests were and Mrs. Ed HONEYWELL Holse and children and Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Troupe and children. Mrs. William Warner and son, Billy, o£ Chicago, are spending a. few days with relatives here. Mrs. Charles Hoesel and children, Charles Steven and Annette, of Kansas City, are visiting the former's mother, Mrs. Grance Flgg, in Logansport and relatives here. The Pulaski county board of education mat Saturday afternoon and took care of many routine matters. Monthly bulletins were distributed and also inspection re- as, teachers salaries, the age ot first graders, use of fast or standard time, practice of having school on Good Friday, length o£ Christ- ' of our neighboring counties do not j have school on Good Friday. Near- jly all neighboring counties are now using January 1st as the i deadline for £irst graders reixch- iing the age of six. There is one i point of variation, which is the jday school will start for the next j school year. About half of our j neighboring counties plan to start i the last Friday In August while Ithe others plan to start the first (Friday in September. The board ' suggested that they study the survey and reach a decision a: their April meeting concerning these questions. Burlington The condition of Mrs. Henry Bailey is slightly improved at the Memorial hospital In Logansport. Funeral services were held for Danny Lee Swope, infant son of Mr. and Mrs. Warren Swope of Greentown recently. The mother was formerly Betty Robertson. j Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs, Les- 'ter Robertson, Kokomo, formerly of here. The Vt r i M. S. will meet with Mrs. Bright Hanna on Thursday, April 1 Mrs. C. C, Hendrix will be the leader and Mrs. Robert Harrell will give a book review. Mr. aud Mrs. William Harmon, Ralph Goslee and - Miss Yeoman Goflee were Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Orvls Harmon of Deer Creek, Orvie Harmon was just released from Memorial hospital in Logansport last Saturday, Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Brown of St. Louis, Missouri, were Sunday ! guests o£ relatives liere. 1 Mrs. John Brown was honored 1 with a birthday dinner Monday ; evening at Lafayette. Others prcs- i ent were Mrs. Fred Anderson, Mrs. | Irene Skiles and Mrs. Demond Cox. i Mrs. Beulah Stonebraker has re| turned from the Methodist hospital Jin Indianapolis. Mrs. J. R. Mc- JLaughlin substituted in teaching i during her absence. i The Carroll county schools closed (for Easter vacation Wednesday afternoon. Mrs. C. S. Ferrier lias returned £rora a visit in California. , The Sunday School and church j services will be cuoinbined at the I local Methodist church at 10 'o'clock Easter Sunday morning. There will be recitations, songs by the choir and special numbers. ! New Children's Home .Supervisors Will i Assume Duties April 1 | Mr. and Mrs. Oda Parks, 324 j Broadway, have been named super- j visors of the Logansport Children's Home, It was announced Wednesday afternoon. They will replace Mr. and Mrs. Ivan Beattie. who have been in charge there for the last five years. Mr. and Mrs. P.arks will as- sunie their duties on April 1. There are now twenty-one children In the home. Parks was for- 'nierly employed at the Alpha Industries. Chickens at HILBERT'S DELUXE 404 E. Mkt. Phone 3S3S Rabbits at HILBERT'S DELUXE I 404 E. Mkt, Plione 3S3S! Logansport Phoro$ r Tribunt Final Rites Friday For Myrtle Cuynn PERU, Ind., March 23 — Fi) rites for Mrs. Myrtle Guynn, 64, of Rosnn- widow of Troy Guynn, will be conducted at 10 a. m. Friday at the Elkenberry funeral home. Rev. Thomas Wadsworth officiating. Burial will be in Mt. Hope cemetery. Mrs; Guynn died at die home of a . daughter,'Mrs. Arthur Setty. 493 ! East Third street, after an illnesi of two months. Survivors include Mrs. Setty and three otlipr children, Mrs. Georg* Fisher, of Roann: Mrs. Irene Webster, of Peru, and Harold Guynn, of Indianapolis. Surviving also aro four brothers and a sister, Odie Keesey and Elmer Keesey. both of •Vkron: W. K. Keesey and Mrs. S. D. Dawson. both of Logansport, and Walter Keesey. of Odell. Ta., together with five grandchildren and two great grandchildren. Born at Grass Creek. Ind-. in I lSS-1, the deceased was a daughtre ! of Gideon and Margaret (Moris) Kc-csey. She was married in 1002. Her husband died last year. Shs was a member of St. Paul's Evangelical United Brethern church. PiLESlROUBLE? For Quick Rftlitf DON'T DEL-VI A.VT tOKCKRI SOW, » doctor's formula yen oun ua« »t homo to rollovc dlstronslnR dtaconifort ot pwn—- ttch—Irritation duo to plltxi, Tcndu to BO£- t«n ind Khrlnk swulltnc. Use thin proven doctor'" formula, you'll b<l nm»«a »t Its .ip»«Jy nctlon rjliof. 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