Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on March 14, 1949 · Page 21
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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 21

Logansport, Indiana
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Monday, March 14, 1949
Page 21
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Monday Eve., March 14, 1949 Rochester .Mr. an Mrs. Bobby Herrell, R. •I. are the parents of a son bom Saturday afternoon in IVooiilawn hospital, Earl and Harry Krousc spent Saturday in South Bend where they attended the funeral of their brother, Henry C. Krouse, who died Thursday in the St. Joseph hospital in Mlshawaka. Mr. Kroiise, who a» a native of Fulton County, was a maintenance man at the St. Joseph hoapital. Another brother, Archie L. Krouse, Huron, 13. D., also survives. George Haward and son Billy, of Chicago, spent the week end here with Mr. Howarcl'o mother, Mrs. William Howard. Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Beall. of Oulfport, Miss., are visiting their »en, Ancll Beall and family, South Monroe St. Mrs. Virginia Firestone was j moved from "Woodlawn hospital to j her home in Columbia City. Mrs.' Firestone is recovering front surgery. Mr. and Mrs. C. D. Kirk entertained in their home at .Lake Man- tou over the week end, MY. and Mrs. Wilbur Albright and Mr. and Mrs.'Jack Albright and family, Ko- Vomo, Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Toel, Peru, and Mr. and Mrs. William Turner, Greentown. The Parent Teachers Association of the Relter School will eajoy a carry-In dinner, Wednesday evening In the Reiter School. The members of the school's basketball team and their coach. Fred Van Duyne. will be the honored guests. Foliowicg the dinner the basketball boys frill be presented with their letters and there will be a musical program by the Oilman Carlson family and Peyton Morris. CROSSWORD PUZZLE ANSWER TO FMV10T]« ntr.7.U ACXOJ1 1—Still 4— Implied 8-Hurrl«d 11—Jewlsti hlfh prtMt 13—To huroUiatt 1-4—PSJ£ li_£lectrle»l menaurt H—To tone down II—Small urtu of ground 31—Chart !S—Tiny Insect 34—Pronoun :«—Sk-imm !»—Child's g»m» Jl— Beyond Ipoit.) 33—Rlv«r In Wain 3-1—King ol E»shia 35—Abstract betnt )1— To weep convuliirtly 39—Pnrent icolloq.l 43—Bone of the bod; 4:—Ort»n of httrlni 44— To hMltitt 46— Genus ol ma;le> 48—Exc»v»ttd 50—Long. slandtr flsh I pi. I 51—French pluitl urtlde .13—Body or doldl«i 55—Trtljt 5S—Deer's horD 61— Btvert|< 62—PODtp»t)j tbrquth wilderness »<v— P«rlod o( time 85—AerUonti fluid 6H—Evergreen shrub «7—To pluce 1ST H DOWN 1— AfflrnuUlvt 2— slmcle tree 3— Blllc muflltr 4— Edible root >— Orjts I — Symbol lor c&lciurn 1— Suffljc: tdhere.it 01 »— Plurirpronouo 8— Knocked 10— To mature 11— Conjunction Id— To pud up 30— Diffident 3J— Qoddets ol Howerr 'a— Selene* of riuonlni 28 — Goddeu of dawn J7— Thljh bone it— Blp.i 30— Unit 1?— To bow 34— Sorrowful 31 — Produced 41— Popular jouct Indies 43— Groove 45— Sirup-prod iielBI tree , 47 — Portuguete coin 4S— Challco 52— Man's nunt 54— Solo 65— Paper container 5»— Guldo's hllb Bolt 81— Backward 59— Before SO— Rodent 63— Aluminum lijrab.) ffon Alan spent the week end with | which was endangering the home Clyde l/yle, coach. In the local high school, will be the guest ipeaker. Mrs. Meliia Snyder and son Gaor- jf« spent the week end with re- Utivgg In, LaPorte. Mr*. Garl Barmen wa» moved freni Woodlawn hospital to her horn* en R. B. 2. Saturday, in the Foster ambulance. MlB» Catherine Carrutber*. a relatives in Indianapolis.' Rot, Bill Myers, Camp Breckenridge, Ky.. spent the week end here with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Myers. Charles Campbell, local attorney. in Improving in AVoodlawn hospital. Mr. Campbell to suffering; from a fractured hip which he received 1n a (all several weeks ago. Mrs. John Smith was moved from "W'oodlawn hospital to her home, Sunday afternoon, in the Foster ambulance. The RochtsUr fire department answered three alarms Saturday student In ths Ball State Teachers j afternoon and two on Sunday. The colle*» in Muncie, spent th« -week first fire on Saturday was at the end here with her parentg, Mr. and Mrs.'Harold Carruthers. Mr, and Mr*. Lynn Chamberlain have gon» on a trip to Florida. Mr. and Mrg. winsell Hecka- therne. Fulton, arc ths parent* of «, *on born Saturday in "Woodlawn hospital. A marriage liciiise wa» Iwued hero Satin day to Junior Eavl Clark. 707 West 33th St. and Mary Louise Smith, daughter ot Mr. and Mrs. James 0. Smith, 529 Clayton St. Mr. and MM. John Nelson, 617 North Jefferson St. are ths parents of a daughter, Christine, barn Friday evening In "Woodlawn hospital. Mrs. Nelson was formerly Miss Janis Sue "\Veller. Mr. Nelson is a itudcnt In Valparaiso University. TVilliam Tinder, Akron, underwent surgery in Woodl&wn hospital, Saturday. At the meeting of the Manltou Post of Veterans of Foreign War*, to he held Thursday evening, March 17, officers for the coming year will be elected. The ladles of tha Pretbyterlan Church TV-Ill serve their annual St. Patrick's supper. Thursday evening. March 17, in the church din- Ing room. Supper will be served from 5 to 7. Mr. and Mr»; Ayrton Howard, La- Poi-te, spent the week end here with their parents, Mr. and Mrs Frank Babcock and Mrs. William Howard. A district meeting of the Moose Lodge will be held in the lodge home at Lake Manitou. Tuesday evening, March 15. Between 250 an 300 lod£c members from Peru South Bend. Mishav/aka, Goshen Klkhavt, Plymouth, . North Manchester, "Warsaw and "Wabash will attend, A conference ot the governors, secretaries and district officers of the ten lodges in the district -will taKe place at 7:30. At eight o'clock Ray V. Glbbens, Anderson, a representative of the Supreme Moose Lodge Council oC Moosehart, III. will deliver an address. From 9 to 12 there will be dancing with music being furnished by Bob Williams nnd his band of \Vnbash. Air. and Mrs. Jacob Casper and children and Mr. and Mrs. Guy Bryant spent Sunday in Lafayette the guests oC Mr. and Mrs. John Weiplc. Mrs. AVllbert Fasehen was moved •from Woodlawn hospital to her home in Twelve Mile, Saturday. Dr. and Mrs. J. W. Mitchell and home of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Shelton, 916 South Monroe Street, where a spark from the chimney ignited the roof and caused damage estimated at $10, Th« second call was a grass fire on West Eighth Street of Mr. and Mrs. Tom Baldwin. The other run was to the farm home of Byron Hassenplug in Richland township where a chimney was burning out. There was no damage. On Sunday morning there was a small roof fire at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Don Reed, North Pontiac St., and in the afternoon th,e truck was called to extinguish a grass fire, cast of the "Woodrow school. Mrs. Tom Sancierg, southeast of Green Oak, hag entered the Robert Long hospital in Indianapolis for observation and treatment. Mrs. Myron Carlson and son, David, were moved Saturday from Woodlawn hospital to their homo at 1016 Madison Street In the Zimmerman Bros, ambulance. Mrs. Marjorie Petty spent tlis week end in South Bend with her brother, Myron Hatch and family. Miss Elsie Biler, 12, daughter oC I Mr. and Mrs. Paul Biler, underwent I an emergency appendectomy Sat- j urday morning in Woodlawu hospital. She was moved to the hospital in the Foster ambulance. Mrs. Louise Emigh and daughter Christine spent Saturday in South Bend where they attended the funeral of their cousin Sergt. Vaughn Weinrich. Funeral services were held Saturday afternoon in Indianapolis for Harvey M, Thompson, 40, a retired railroader who died Thursday in the home of his daughter, Mrs. Rose Foltz in Indianapolis. Mr. Thompson was a native of Rochester but had lived in Indiana- polls for the past 20 years. Prior to his retirement 20 years ago'ha was an Inspection foreman for the Wabash railroad. Mr, and Mrs. Howard Mother, Ghicafo, spent the week end here with his pareats, Mr. and Mrt. Or» Mother.' The Girl Scouts of the fifth and sixth grades of Lincoln School, and their leaders, Mrs. Leontrd Gaurner and Mrs. Lou it Stawart, entertained the Girl Scouts of the same grades of Columbia school, and their leader*; Mrs. B, L. Mitchell, Mrs. Roger Dooley and Miss Ruth Lichtenwalter, Saturday afternoon in the School Door Canteen. The party wat in observance of Founders Day. Miss Bushy, a teacher in the local high school, conducted a Story hour after which there was a half hour of folk dances. Lovely refreshments were served with a huge birthday cake centering the servJng table. 1'Mss Pat Abell, a student in the Ball State Teachers College, Muncie, spent the weak end with her parents, Mr. and Mrs, Roy Abell. Mr. and Mrs. William Small and RED REFUSES TO ANSWER INDICTMENT Judith Copton, 27-venr.old Barnard College graduate mid Brooklyn- born employe.of the Justice Department, arrives (left) at the >'ew Tork Federal court to plend not (ruilty of espionage charge*. Slic iv»« released under f20.0(X) ball pending trial tentatively set for April 1. Her alleged Soviet accomplice, Valentin A. GnWtchcv, 32-yeu>oM Soviet employe irho was seized by FBI nyents wltti Miss Coplon, covers his face (rlgvht) with manacled hands ns he enters the court house. He refused to answer the Indictment, Insisting 1 he Is entitled to diplomatic Immunity,, and a second'hearing Monday morning -was set for him. He tvas held under $100,000 ball. (International Sound- photos) friends. L. G. Millar, farmer- living south of the city, Saturday, was paid a bounty on a fox which he killed on his farm earlier in the day. Peru The ?10,C09 damage suit for personal injuries brought by Mrs. Clisty Gain, Marlou route 5, against Paul Biggs of Converts, -will open in Miami circuit court before Judge Henry S. Bailey today. The case was filed here January 4 on a change of venue from Grant county. ' Mrs. Cain charges Biggs with she allegedly received permanent personal injuries. The accident occurred near Amboy September 7, .1945. Thirty prospective jurors have been ordered to report at 9 o'clock Monday morning for duty. Bill Renshaw, Indiana manager of Prairie Farmer magazine, will be the guegt speaker at the annual Agricultural Achievement banquet to be held at 6:30 o'clock Monday night at the first Presbyterian church. Several hundred persons are expected to attend the event which is sponsored by the Peru Ki- wanit club. An interesting feature of the meeting will be the presentation causing an automobile collision in of six Community awards by the Kiwanls club to men who have been outstanding in the community. Medal winners in the various agricultural contests held during the past year will be honored »t the dinner, including the Five-Acre Corn club, Tomato club, apple growers, and others. The Peru high school cliorut will furnish music and several high- ranking Kiwariis state officert will be special guests. Regional contests of ths state high school Latin and mathematics meets will be held at Peru hJ( school March 26. Ben L. Rufe of Peru is chairman of the mathematics division and Miss Gertrude Johnson. Logansport, is chairman WfTH SMQKeRS WHO CAMELS •fir Mldness ! ^J _ s^-^s^-^ wrWANT !Vf RYONE IN LOGANSPORT TO COMI TO MOTH SHERMAN CHICAGO NOTED SKI MASTER 1 KNOW ALL ABOUf CAMEL MILDNESS, LORRAINE! THE/VE BEEN MX BRAND FOR VEARS. AND CAMELS HAVE THE FWVORf Slalom—down hill—cross country—he'* a master of skiing techniques. Many is the star MacKenzic bat developed for.our Olympic tcami! "•-~-/*v, / 1 ^ ="$.,«! &<? LAKE PLACID STAR oeiffied THANKS, RON! I MADE THE CAMEL Sp-DA/TEST... AND» KNOW CAMELS ARE MILD! Stemming to control sp«ed—swinging into the Christiania —making a, step turn—lovely Lorraine mixes skill with Atting on the Adirondscks' toughest slopw! r ~<* <L. ll , In o recent test of hundred* of people who smoked only Cornels for 30 days, noted! ftiroat specialists, making weekly examinations, reported NOT ONE SINGLE CASE OF THROAT IRRITATION due to smoking CAMELS • How mild can a cigarette be? Make the Camel 30-day Test. . . and you'll know! Yes, join the smokers who've tried.,. who've compared.., and who know.-. .it's Camels fctr Mildness! Make your own :est! Smoke Camels, and only Camels, for 30 days! Let your own "T-Zone" (T for taste, T for throat) be your proving ground for Camel flavor and Camel mildness. See if your taste doesn't prefer the rich, full flavor of Camel's choice tobaccos. See how much your throat welcomes Camel's cool, cool mildness. Try Camels and test them as you smoke them. If, at any time> you are not convinced thtt Camels are the miideit cigarette you've evet smoked, return the package.with the unused Camels and we will refund its full purchase price, plus postage. (Signed) R. J. Reynolds Tobacco Company, Winston-Salon, N. C of the Latin division at the Peru center. Three Peru students have been | entered in each division of the con- j tests. Tlie mathematics students | are under the direction of Noel Davis and Paul Priblc and the Latin students arc supervised by Miss Ina Hornish. Students qualifying- for the algo- bva contest are John Hendal, Anna Gerard, Lenora 'Whitlock and Ben | Easter, alternate geometry contestants are George Severs, Deborah King. David Jordan and Mary | j Wylie, alternate. Those entered in | the comprehensive contests aro! Charles Hill. Robert Kennedy, Ma-1 rilyn Rufe aad Joe Baker, alter-) nate. • I Students entered in the first year ( Latiu division are Joe Bernett, Dorcus Carrithers and Menvyn Burrous. Will of the late Ambrose B. Kelsey of Amboy, who died February 21, was filed for probate in circuit court Friday afternoon, and his widow, Agnes C. Kelsey, was appointed executrix. A personal es. late of $3,500 was declared. The will was a joint document written in Peru, July 11, 193S, by Mr. and Mrs, Kelsey. It provides that the survivor shall receive all Logansport Pharos-Tribun* 5 the property, botli real and personal, with full rights to use or dispose of it. The survivor wa» also designated to serve as 'executor or executrix. The will further provides that upon the death of the survivor, «. daughter, Errual M. Kelsey, is, to serve as executrix. Distribution o£ the property at that time among: four children is also provided. Brewster county, Tex., is larger than the District of Columbia, th« state of Delaware and Puerto Rico. SHIRTS Beautifully Laundered "They Really Are" TRY US! 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