Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on May 25, 1957 · Page 24
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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 24

Logansport, Indiana
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Saturday, May 25, 1957
Page 24
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Twelve Logansport, Indiana, Pharos-Tribune Twenty-eight Are Graduated At Wo!cott WOLCOTT—The graduating class of 28 seniors at Wolcott high school is taking a six-day trip to New York and Washington, D. C., following the commencement exercises held at 8 p.m. Monday ia the jschool gym. Clyde Gentry, principal of the Tuttle-Hoover schools at Crawfordsville, was the speaker. Baccalaureate services were held Sunday evening in the school gym with the Rev. Lloyd S. Walker delivering the sermon. Officers of the graduating class were Jerry Troxel, president; Maynard Jackson, vice-president; Pat Murphy, secretary; Lena Baker, IreasuVer; and Barbara Altman, student council representative. Other graduates were Mary Lois Dallinger, Carolyn Davis, Albert Dignan, Norma 'Fields, John Foutch, George Guingrich, John Heinzelman, Alvin Mathew, Donnamae Mathew, Vernon Mathew, Dorothy McClurc, Sandra McCray, Mary Belle Mclntosh. Kay Meier, Norman Pearson, John Pothuisje, Gail Siebcnthal, Joan Speer, Renita Stutzman, Marilyn Vogel, Helen Weist and Diana Mattox. Class sponsors were Those present were Mesdames Mabel Morrison,. Mabelle Michael, Grace Jones, Lola Barnes, Mary Rhine, Helen Shirar, Beulah Butcher and Helen Pullen. Word Harley was received here that Barber of Flora had a heart attack last week and was taken to the St. Elizabeth hospital, Lafayette, on Saturday. He is a brother of Raymond Barber and Mrs. Russell Parker. Mr. and Mrs. Doris Blohm of Darwin have announced the marriage of tnelr son, Airman Second Class Ray A. Blohm, to Janice Johnson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. \ Thurman Johnson of Ardmore,! Okla Vows were exchanged May 5 at the Oakhurst Methodist church in Ft. Worth, Texas. The groom is a graduate of Burlington high school, and the bride at-i tended high school at Plainview The groom is serving in the Airi Force, stationed at Ardmore, Okla. The couple is residing at the home of the bride's parents in Ardmore. Munson Brewster has been named one of the top 10 agents of the Indiana Farmers Mutual Insurance company for 1956. An insurance agent for 30 years, Brewster is a Burlington high school graduate and one of more than 500 Farmers Mutual agents in the state. He is treasurer of the Burlington Boy Scout troop, secretary of the local community club, past trustee of the First Brethren church and a member of the Ma- Cornelison, Mrs. Carl Carter and Mrs. Cora Wallace were in charge of a memorial service for three deceased members. Dr. -Joseph Moore, the pastor, was in charge of a candlelight service at which officers installed were: Wise, president; Esther Berniece Beamer, vice-president; Mrs. Chester Fultz, secretary; Mrs. William Castle, assistant secretary; Mrs. Carl Carter, treasurer; Mrs. Ellis Kusz- maiil. Mrs. Myles Robeson, Mrs. Luther Rude and Mrs. Belva Wise, social relations Mrs. Ray Quinn, spiritual life; Miss Angie Thomas- ma, status of women; ^and^M. C. B. Oskins, secretary of literature. Refreshments were served by Mrs. Ellis Kuszmaul, Mrs.. Cora Wallace and Miss Angie Thomasma. , Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Yeager have been in Rochester, Minn. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Smith were in Royal Center last weekend as guests of Mr. and Mrs. Burt Sk'il- len. URNS FILLED Conner's Greenhouse, 'Walton Richard i sonic , odge and Scottish Rite at Wheeler and Miss Ellen Colglazier. lndianapolis and the Society o£ Wheeler and his wife are acconj- Mayflower Descendants in Indiana, panying the seniors on their trip, Firemen were called to the home of Russell Parker Tuesday morning when a flue burned out. Slight damage was done. which started Tuesday. The annual high - school alumni banquet will be held Saturday evening, June 8, in the gyrn. Burlington Mr. and Mrs. Doe Wallace were Decent dinner quests of their daughter, Mrs. Sam Eurch, and family of Monticello. Mrs. Burma (Forest) Tolicson was honored at a pink and blue shower last week at the home of her sister, Mrs. Glen Williams. Contests were played with prizes fining to Viola and Robin Johnson and Louise Anderson. This .'<uest of honor received many gifts, and refreshments were served to 18 guests. The Burlington community daily vacation Bible school will be held from Monday, May 27, to Friday, June 7, from 9 to 11 a.m. each day except Memorial Day, when there will be no classes. Churches cooperating in the school are the Methodist. Christian, Pilgrim Holi- N ncs3, and Brethren churcjjbs in Burlington, and the Koro Mejnodisl and Bachelor Run Church of the Brethren. Pre-.school children will meet in the Christian church, tne primary department -'classes will be In the Methodist church, and th« junior and intermediate clauses will meet in the Brethren church. Mrs. Russell Rodkcy In superintendent of the school. A" children in the community are invited to attend. Approximately 75 persons attended the Mother and Daughter banquet at the Methodist church last week, crepe We Want You To Know! We wa»t you to know how very moth we appreciate the business you have given us. We have tried hard to serve you well and we always will. We would not be serving" you properly if we did not tell you that NOW is the time to order your fuel for next season. Will you phone us at your convenience so we can talk it over? Alder Coal & Fuel Oil Co. 1403 Woocilawn Ave. Phone 4422 Tulilcx were decorated with paper, small bouKho und Japanese umbrellas. A .Htnull umbrella was at each plate, and the mc-al served by candlelight. Mrs. Karl IIciaH, prcnidcnL, opened the ineetini; arid a iihort bumnuns session wn« held. Mrs. Geno Redding K.IVC tho welcome and her dauxh- tor. Colleen, KIWI; the response. Mrs. Hubert fioy.wnrth introduced the spcukcr, Mr«. Jameii R. Mc- IiUUfjnlln of Flora. Hostesses were Mcsdiimcs Marllin Klrkondall, licv- crly (lallowivy, Phyllis Miller, Wll- mu Hunk, Leurm Uarnurd and Mary Ann Scott. Mr. und Mrs. Jluoll KcntlnR and sons of riisur Detroit havo moved to thw Charles Tlmiriaf) property. Mr. Kufitlni! Is employed at the Chrysler Corporation. Stephen Xchrinj.; spent 11 few days recently ul C'nmp Knox. tin an Jn- dianupolis nowiipiipur currier finest. DCII/C! Jones tins been confined lo tils home tho past wuok by 111- ncsii. Parents of (ho l.lttlc I,C(IMUO and Pony J./o;i(',u() husuliull boys nt liur- llnKton lire sponsoring a fish fry tit 5 p.rn. this Krldsy. I'rucueds will he nsud to equip tho loams. Mrs. .Howard Miirqmirid entertained fi Kroup of Indira Innl weok In honor of thu birthdays of Mrs. Mary Rhino und Mm. Jldon Hlilr- iir. Contents and hlntfo were piny- cd and refreshments of home-made icu crouin and cnkti were served. Camden Mr. and Mrs. Joe Brubaker, who reside in Texas, are the parents of a son. their second, and Mrs. ira Brubaker has gone to Texas to ; be with the family, I Members of the Baptist Mission-; ary society convened Thursday , evening at the home ot Mrs. Orville Hinkle, with Mrs. Gardner as co-hostess. Mrs. Raynes Wyatt had charge of the devotional period, and Mrs. Marion Wagoner reviewed the lesson subject. "We i Press On." Mrs. Wagoner, as ! chairman of the nominating committee, installed the following officers, who wore re-elected: Mrs. Harold Wyatt, vice-president; Mrs. loc Allen, secretary; Mrs. Edith Patty, treasurer; Mrs. Starkey, chorister; Mrs. George Clem, pianist; Mrs. James Duncan, mission vice-president; Mrs. Grace Sharp, spiritual life; Mrs. James Sharp, literature; Mrs. Orville Hinkle. white cross Mrs. Kussell Hanklns, social relations; Mrs. Truman Doyle, club manager; and Mrs. Ross Wagoner and Mrs. Fred Wagoner, cheer committee. The hostess.served rofreshmenls to 1<I members. Max George was honored at a surprise birthday party last week at his home. Miss Colleen Kerkhove and four friends from Bull State Teachers College were weekend guests of Dr. and Mrs. B. C. Kcrkhov.c and family. The WSCS of the Methodist church met Thursday evening at the church with Mrs. Nolle Cjulnn reviewing the lesson subject. Mrs, Bessie Leslie conducted the devotional period and Mrs. Joscjph Moore read a poem. Mrs. Hoy 221 S. 6th NOW IS THE TIME TO HAVE THE HEATING PLANT CLEANED, SERVICED AND;COMPLETELY INSPECTED FREE ESTIMATES GRANDSTAFF HEATING Phone 2463 Logan Chapter No. 2, RAM. Culled meeting for the purpose of Inspection jointly with I*«m Chapter Monday, Mny 27 nl 7:.'tO p.m. All cnmpniiiomi Invited. Ko- frenlimentH. Wnync I 1 . Sheet/, II.P. NOTICE Shop (,'loxoil for Vnciillnn Mny 25 to Juno .'! MJCY 1'OWI.KN'H 1IKAUTY .SHOP Dykoinun I'nrl: Kiiiul GERANIUMS 25c and up PvlunluH, Cotoim, lnuldliiK ]i]nnU for flijwor liuxitn »»U garden Hardy MIIIIIH. V»K«tnlilu ""(I flowiir pliintH, tlin l>»nl und JlNeiiue rimlnlon! viirl- . Spray inatorluln, .Slnlkr'n nnd Idlpld (jl'ii. I'lant (oodH, punt ninNN. Marker's Greenhouse 15,'!!) PloHKinil Hill No Delivery Chocolate Chip Special! Scblosser's Ice Cream A Delicious Tasty Treat Pint 30c Quart 59c V4 Gal. 89c PHOTO FINISHING Film brought in before 10 a. m. weok dayi ready by f p. m. same day. U. S. POSTAL STATION NO. 2 BURKS Sforo Hours: Sun., 8 a. m. to 12:30 noon—5 p. m. to 10:30 p. m.—Weok Days; 7:30 a. m. to 10:30 p. m. THIRTEENTH & BROADWAY f|eW PhOHG 5966 The Good Old Summer Time IS THE BEST TIME TO OfcDER COAL It'i wlio to ordnr your cocil wall In od- vcinc*, Lnt ui (III your bfit* now while wn hewn (he coal you watt). With .your funl njpply cfuunid, you'll b« all ml for win lor wild tlin botl fjntl uiftjst Imtil. Ccill ut today (tnd plocn your ordnr. And h»»m\ a rnonny- idvlna / ld««--lot ui ol ncm and condition your limiting plant, Putting It In good opnratlng condition wll you moro haul from Ian coal. Chronicle Printing Co. QUALITY PRINtlNG Ph IS NOT EXPENSIVE » TH 'OR STIW * STOOP HOIMETIME BMRNinXD WROUGHT IRON \ RAILINGS : MARTIN COAL CO. 1026 Vin« Phoni 3768 /,, FANSLER REALTY CO. IS READY TO TALK TRADE See Fansler Realty Co. 'Today If You Want To Trade In Your Residence On A New Homo. WE HAVE BUYERS FOR OLD HOMES WE HAVE BUYERS FOR FARMS WE HAVE BUYERS FOR COMMERCIAL BUILDINGS WE HAVE BUYERS FOR YOUR BUSINESS List Your Property With Fansler Realty Co. TO BUY. . .TO SELL. . .TO TRADE FARM LOANS-F.H.A. LOANS-G.I.LOANS-CONVENTIONAL LOANS Fansler &L Stepp, Insurance & Real Estate 91S Edit 9th St., Rochester, Ind. PHONES CA 3-2219 and CA 3-5416 Delphi Mrs: Grace Menaugh was hostess to the Rain Or Shine Class of the Delphi Methodist church Tuesday evening, May 14. A carry-in dinner was served preceding the meeting. Devotions were offered by Mrs. Lydia Dubes. Hostesses were Mrs. Menaugh, Mrs, Marie Thompson, Mrs. Sue Beale and Mrs. Lydia Dubes. Marriage licenses have been issued here by Circuit Clerk J. Reid McCain to Charles L. Landis of the U. S. Service, and Donita Kay Peterson, daughter b£ Mr. 'and Mrs. Ralph DiUing Peterson of route 2, Flora; Billie Gene Cassell, son of Mr. and Mrs. Homer Ward Cassell of Flora and Bonnie Faye Renick, daughter of Mr. sind Mrs. Walter Julius Renick, of Flora; Richard Wm. Poor and Thelma Roe Horton of Indianapolis; William Walter Mason of Columbus, 0. and Myrtle Ross Dubes of route 9, Lafayette; and to Laverne Brummett of R 7, ^afayette and Donabelle Jennings of R 2, Delphi. SPECAl for SAT. and SUN. MER-DEL tOE CREAM BUTTERSCOTCH TWIRL BUTTER PECAN KRISP QUALITY OQ OTC GALLON QUALITY Vi GALLON FUDGE RIPPLE *°^Wc Alwctyt Popular—Now packaged in R unable Ptaitie. EBERTS' DRUG STORE 1830 East Broadway Phone 3354 Saturday Evening, May 25, 1957. Two babies were born aboard :he Mayflower during her voyage to Plymouth Rock in 1620. Now! Whol.ial. Pricti Caih GLEN REID'S A & A 311 Erio Phone 650 HOOFING—5IDINC-IN5ULATION "W« rtxrv* th» right to limit quanttttet" Jim White Fire Insurance Ph. 2431 Roy L. Crume GENERAL AUCTIONEER • Farm Salej • Household Goods • Real Estate 1735 South Dixon Road Kokomo, Indiana PHONE COLLECT: Gl. 26619 Kokomo, Indiana WARNER'S GREENHOUSE 625 - 17th Phone 4582 WILL BE OPEN SUNDAY, MAY 26th SPECIAL THIS WEEK END ONLY BLACK MOLLIES.... .$1.00pair ROBINSON'S AQUARIUM TROPICAL FISH AND SUPPLIES Open Week Days 10 a. m. to 7 p. m. Sundays and Holi' ,11 a. m. to 7 p. m. . . 701 WEST MIAMI. I Wet walls made dry with a brush Dry Basements guaranteed with General Electric Silicone linn WATER SHIED "B Rousts 100 Pounds of Water Per Square Inch! Colorful Masonry Coating with an Iron Grip 1026 Vino MARTIN COAL CO. Phone 3768 BUICKS • CHEVROLETS • BUICKS • CHEVROLETS • BUICKS • CHEVROLETS • WE'RE NOT KIDDING! 5 NOW AT W. S. E. YOUR PRESENT CAR IS g WORTH HUNDREDS OF $$$$ MORE THAN IT'S ACTUAL VALUE! I/I N E V E R has the price-barri er been shattered as it is NOW at W.S.E. DURING THIS AMAZING TRADE-IN ALLOWANCE EVENT WSE WILL GIVE YOU MORE - MUCH MORE than your present car is worth on these new 1957 Quality and Performance packed BUICKS and CHEVROLETS OUR ENTIRE STOCK Of Offered for Your Selection At TERRIFIC SAVINGS. 5 BUICK Specials, Century's, Supers, Roadmasters. CHEVROLET Bel-Airs, 210's, ISO's "* In Station Wagons, Hardtops and Sedans in the beautiful new spring colors, styled (xi by experts. I ONLY 7 MORE DAYS U ,• For you to save hundreds of Dollars During this event!- Come in or call 4135 and £j we'll come after you! ' WILDERMUTH-SHARP^ EMPLOYEES 2nd *

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