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Logansport, Indiana
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Saturday, June 1, 1957
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Saturday Evening, June 1, 1937. SOCIETY St. Joseph hospital Sewing circle will , meet Tuesday afternoon 1:30 o'clock at the hospital. at The May meeting of the Live- wire class of the Bethel Methodist church was held at the home of card party Wednesday evening' at 6:30 o'clock at the Shrine club. —fr- Division 4, CWF, of the Ninth street Christian church will meet Wednesday afternoon at 1:30 o'clock with Mrs. Marjorie Watson, Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Felker re- 2600 Stadium Drive. cently. . j —-fr— The meeting was opened with tle-j W.W.M.B. Friendship lodge will votions by Rev. Glenn Campton. \ meet at the YWCA tonight at 8 Eva Williams read the treasurer's: o'clock. report and dues were taken. The June meeting will be held at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Beedie. The meeting was closed and refreshments served to Enid Jones, Glen and Marguerite Campton, Dorothy Pear, Edith and Bud Kasch, Lorraine and Gerald Williams, Eva Williams, Phyllis Delaplane, Billy and Bobby Kasch, Gary Delaplane, David Williams, Karen, Rosie, Janie and Nancy Felker. — tt- Mr. and Mrs. V. H. Gray left Thursday by train for their home In Los Angeles, California, after a two week visit with Mrs. Gray's brothers, William E. Segraves, of route 2, Galveston, and Earl Segraves, of 210Vz East Market street, and a • sistar, Mrs. Ruth Seward, route 1, Flora, and other relatives. The Grays left California April 30, going by way of San Francisco, through Canada to New York and New Jersey. The Clinton township home dem" al The -#- O.N.O. club mat Monday evening at the home of Mrs. Neil Michael, 712' West Linden avenue. Bunco was played with prizes going to Mrs. William Rynerson and Mrs. Rosa Hulburt. The door prize was won by Mrs. Heiny Schiele. Miniature salt and pepper shakers with red and white coasters were given as favors. Refreshments were served to the 11 persons atlending. The next meeting will be with Mrs. Joe Nazerine, 731 Seventeenth, June 24th. Lucerne Nursing Classes Completed Members of, two nursing classes FALL BRIDE-ELECT ENGAGED — Mr. and Mrs. Bert Kelly, of route 2, Royal Center, announce the engagement and forthcoming marriage of their daugh- at Lucerne have completed theirj'er, Huth, to Bill M. Davis, son of six-week training courses, accord-,Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Davis, of ing to their instructor, Mary Margaret Schcetz. Six classes were conducted for each of the two groups at the Lucerne school. Members of the first class were Mrs. Glyrm Burrough, onstration club met recently the Honeywell Memorial at Wa -j jj'u^on ""? bash for a 1 o'clock luncheon fol-l Mrs j e j lowed by a business meeting. ^ Grace was offered by Mrs. Ger- U d c „ _£ £• trude Heckard, and the meeting ^' caa > ress ' wrs - ™ty Mrs. Fern Deck, Mrs. Alta -Jean Haselby, iMrs. Jeanette Wilson, Mrs. Gail was opened by the president, Mrs. Edna Conn, with a reading from "Leaves of Gold." Guests were introduced followed by the secretary, treasurer and flower fund reports. Roll call was answered "new suggestions for future lessons." Tho lesson, "Program Planning," was then given by Joan Scott. Mrs. Heckard reported on the program, "Menu From Around the World," held recently. The meeting closed with the home ec prayer after which the women toured the Honeywell Memorial. -A- The Washington township' 49er's HD club met recently at the homo . of Mrs. Joan DeHaven, 315 Tanguy street, with Mrs. Opal Morgan and Mrs. Helen Willis as co-hostesses. The meeting was opened with the president reading the thought for! the day foilowed by the pledges. 1 The history of the song of the, month was read followed by devo-| tions by Mrs. Amy Jay. j A lesson, "Medicines Today,"] was given by Mrs. Doris Jean Bryan, giving pointers in the buying! ()f and use of medicines. The meeting' was closed with the Mizpah. Refreshments were served to 20 members and one guest, Mrs. Toc- eo. A carnation corsage, made by the hostesses, was presented to . Deck, Louise Clary, Mrs. Lucille Fidlor and Mrs. Josephine Robinson. Second class, 'Mrs. Betty Smith, Mrs. Therese Sellers, Mrs. Agnes Woodhouse, Mrs. Mary Catherine Scheetz, Mrs. Verna Waymire, Mrs. Mary Dodl, Mrs. Jean Elliott, Mrs. Ruth Weaver, Mrs. Elma Rogers, Mrs. Ann Brant, Mrs. Dorothy Ross and Mrs. Betty Marshal. Francesville. The couple will be married September 1 at the home of the bride. Miss Kelly, a 1956 graduate of the Royal Center high school,, is employed'by Courier Express. Her fiance, a 1952 graduate of the Medaryville high school, is employed as a mechanic at the Hubbard Chevrolet company in Francesville. (Pharos-Tribune Engraving) 4-H News YWCA Record Hop June 7 At Armory The teen-age committee of the YWCA will sponsor a "record hop" Friday evening, June 7, from 8 to 11 o'clock at the Armory. Tickets may be obtained at the door. The teen-age committee includes Mrs. Rolland Meinzer, Mrs. 1 Elmer Hill, Mrs. Everett Dalton, Mrs. Harold Ebcy, Mrs. Lowell Long and Mrs. Virginia Bratifield. The dance is open .to all teenagers from local and Cass coun- in Gerald refreshments. Sweet each guest. Door prizes were awarded to Mrs. Thnlma Riesling and Mrs. Lottie Mayhill. Mrs. Diana Gingrich was awarded a gift *s the youngest mother present. — fr- Women of the Moose met Wednesday evening at the dub rooms with senior regent, Freida Gcr- lach, in charge. The regular meeting was conducted after which hospital chapter night was held with Ida Mae Vernon as 9hairman. The following program was pre. jcnted: poem, "Ma and the Auto," by Mary Bauer; reading by Lou Weakman; p,oem, .Ju.anita Schacffer. Maxine Lane was initiated into the chapter, and nomination was held from the floor. Election of officers will be June 5. Reported ill were Emma Downa and Helen Ross. Mae Montgomery won the award sponsored hy Mildred MoKain. Juanita Schaeffer gave the closing prayer. The attendance prize was won by Freida Gcrlach. — ft- The Social club to the B. of L. F. and E. will meet with Mrs. W. A. Weaver, MS West Miami avenue, Tuesday afternoon at 2 o'clock. Mrs. Betty Turnpaugh will assist. —&~ Lofiansporl Division of Licensed Practical Nurses will meet Tuesday evening at 7:30 o'clock at St. Joseph hospital. A good attendance is desired as there will be no meeting in July. Plans will be made for the annual picnic August 6. Shrine Ladies will hold a covered dish dinner at 12:30 o'clock Thursday afternoon at Ihe Shrine club. Members are asked lo bring a covered dish and table service. The Ladies will entertain the Nobles at a covered dish dinner and be emcee for the program. Marocco's will furnish music for dancing and record prizes. Chaperones will be Mr. and Mrs. Glen Sweet, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Ebey, Mr. and Mrs. Gene The Onward Do or Die 4-H club met recently at the home of Bonita Helvie with the president, Loif Wilson, in charge. Devotions were .given by Bonita Helvie. Sandra ! Brock led the flag pledges, and HIP jbake sale was canceled until a ]later date. Members were chosen to .judge the contest at Noble township-June 11. A demonstration on a "plain loaf cake" was given by Sandra Brock and Betty Lou Zell'. Recreation and refreshments joyed by all. Burlington Tip Top 4-H club of Burlington township met recenlly at the school gym with Jane Williams, president, in charge. The pledges were led by Joe VanMcter and Robin Johnson. Elaine Roclkey led the group singing, and devotions were given by Linda. Herd. The minutes were read and roll call taken by Barbara Barnes. Belhan Gtige road the health and safety report, and Marilyn Hendrix led the group in recreation. Demonstrations were given by Inga Cox, Joellyn Garrison, Linda V. H. Gray And Wife Honored At Dinner By Segraves Family Descendants of A. A. and Clara Crockett Segraves gathered at the Deacon Grange hall recently for a dinner in honor of Mr. and Mrs. V. H. Gray, of'Los Angeles, California, who have been visiting here for two weeks with Mrs. Gray's sister, Ruth Seward, two brothers, William E. and Earl 0. Segraves and other relatives. At the table where the guests of honor were seated was a large decorated cake. Those present besides the honor guests were: Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Segraves, Mr. and Mrs, E, 0. Segraves, Mr. and Mrs, Russell Seward, Mr. and Mrs. George Harness, Phyllis' and Rose Harness, Mr. and Mrs. Everett Segraves, Larry Jo and Sharon Segraves, .Mr. and Mrs, Robert Segraves, Miss Pamela Segraves, Mr. and Mrs. Garland Kerns, Anita and Byron Kerns, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Schwarzwalder and son, Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Harness, Sallyi Billy and Nancy Harness, Mr. and Mrs. Dick Harness and sons, Mrs. lone Hagenbuck, Mrs, Florence Mueller. Others, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Linton, Mrs. Rebecca Miller, Mrs. Alma Frohmuth, Mrs, Ella Crockett, Rhea Crockett and Betty Crockett, LaPorte; Mr. and Mrs. Carl Crockett, Miss Linda Lou Crockett, Mrs. Freida Fetrow and son, Akron; Mr. and Mrs. John Willis, Indianapolis; Mr. and Mrs. Laurel Beck, Mr. and Mrs. Clay Shanks and son, Mrs. Berniece Gish, Mr. and Mrs, Ross Miller, Douglas Coffman, and Jeff Shavely. Sixty-one guests were served ice cream and cake. Mrs. Ruth Seward was in charge of arrangements and acted as hostess for the affair. New Listening Aid Moyer, Mr. and Mrs. Meirizer, jLangston and Paul Jones. A spe- Mr. and Mrs. Hill, Mr. and Mrs. [cial number by Carol Jane and P. C. Talmadge, Mr. and Mrs. Long, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Newmann and Mr. and Mrs. Don Kleckncr, Bible School Planned At Otterbein Church The daily vacation Bible school will be held at Ihe Otterbein EUB church beginning at 1:30 p.m. June & to June 14. - Theme nf the program will be "Journeying With Jesus" and classes will be held for ages from three years to young people. Teachers are: nursery—Blanche Brock, Ddnha Jackson, Mrs. LaVine; beginners—Elizabeth Prieser and Bernice Garberl; primary — Mildred Goldsberry, Alice Bur- roiiK, and Lois Bevington; juniors —Joan Gray and Joan Ingle; intermediates—Corabelle Baber and Charlotte Carey. The pianist is Charlotte Carey and Alice Burrous- is the song leader. Refreshments will be in. charge of Mary Brown. Lois Bowman is the leader and all children are invited to attend. Shirley Hood was given. The Happy Hoosiers Jr. 4-H club met at the Walton school Wednesday with Nlkkie Frcy opening the meeting. Vicky Huhlcr gave a demonstration on making fruit punch. Nancy Guy and Donna Hinklc led the flag pledges. Local judging contest will be held June 4 at Iho Walton school between 11 a.m. and 2:30 p.m. The next meeting will be June 10 al the Walton school at' 1 p.m. Read the Classified Ads Rotarians Will Hear Native of Mid-East Dr. Zuhdi Faruki, of Butler university, will discuss the Middle East situation during the Rotary meeling Monday in the K. of C. hall. Dr. Faruki is a native of that area and will give a first-hand account of the events which led up to the present crisis. Bill Slein- hilber Is in charge. Because of the importance of Monday's program, plus the fact lhat Dr. Faruki has been promised 50 minutes, lunch will be served earlier at 11:50 a.m. FASHION BEAUTY SHOP ONLY OTHERS TO $25 $4.95 PERMANENT: with loft ringUtt INCLUDES CUTTING STYIINO CREAM SHAMPOO 9 Til & No Appointment Necessary Helene Curtis Ilylod Soft Brilliant* Permanent $10.00 NO FUZZ OR FRIZZ 314H Psorl St. Ph. 201T1 YEAZELS 3rd ANNIVERSARY SPECIALS (Sot. and Sun. Only) FUDGE RIPPLE MER-DEL ICE CREAM ALARM CLOCK Re " Gallon $2.49 SPECIAL- 49* $1.49 TRY OUR liim developing service In by Noon—Out by 4 p. m. Ask About Our New Sealed Jn Plastic Service. 513 East Broadway YEAZELS Open 9 a. m. to 9 p. m. Sunday Money Orders At Any Time List Daniel Webster 6th-grade Graduates Graduating sjxth-graders at the Daniel Webster grade school celebrated Ihe end of 'the year with a square dance recently at the YW CA. Tho graduates are: Jerry Arnold, Joe Bargerhuff, Tom Bellinger, Louis Bixler, Clyde Black, Donald Brown, Ten Ann Brown, Connie Carr, John Carilh- ers, Michael Closson, Lynne Denham, William Franklin, Cindy Hall, Barbara Haner, Glenda Hart, Teresa Hastings, Fred Hlllis, Linda Holder, Marlene Deetor, Sandy English, Lynn F_erbaugh; Diane Grcensfelder, Richard Danely, David George, Bill Hammer, Jan Hockman, James Kimener, Daviti Maroney, James Marshall, Shelley Morris, Betty Lawrence, Linda Lottman, Marilyn Miller, Fritz Miller, Ncal Mooey, Robert Reed, Bonnie Rohrbaugh, Robert Stiver, Frank Vitello, John White, Garry Wooldridge and Mel- odiu Wygant. • Logansport, Indiana, Pharos-Tribune Three BY TRACY ADRIAN A NEW style in hearing aids has just been brought onto •<-*• the scene and it is really a wonderful innovation since it is a perfect device for both men and women and is most practical and inconspicuous. It is pictured above and is an eight-transistor, stereophonic hearing aid—the first to be built completely into the temple pieces of eyeglasses. It can be attached to anv standard .eyeglass frame and provides a separate independent aid for each ear which is certainly a grand invention to promote easier listening. Miss Sharon Neher Wins Scholarship Miss Sharon Neher,- a 1957 graduate of Logansport high school, is one of 32 high school seniors to be granted $100 scholarships by Manchester college. The scholarship is awarded in recognition of high achievement during high school and are given to applicants who rank in the lop 10 per cent of their class. They are to be applied on tuition during the second and third terms of the school year. Miss Neher is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. 'Paul Neher, route 5. Read the Classified Ads Assign B-47's To Bunker Hill PERU (UP) -MacDill Air Force Base, Florida, informed Bunker Hill AFB Friday its F-100 jet fighters will be replaced by B-17 Slral- ojet Bombers. I Officers at Bunker Hill near here I were told the move would be made 'when Bunker Hill changes from the Tactical Air Command to the Strategic Air Command. An un determined number of medium jet bombers are expected to arrive here in about a year or short time later/ Either the 305th or the 30Blh Bombardment Wing will transfer from MacDill to Bunker Hill when the new command takes over, the announcement said. Join The National Bank's VACATION CLUB More people have more money for vacation these days because joined our Vacation Club last year. Now it's your turn. Join the Club and save for your vacation the easy, automatic way. New Club begins June 1. CLUB CLASSES Depotir W.ekly $ 1.00 $ 2.00 $ 3.00 * 5.00 $10.00 Racoivo In 50 Wo.k. * '50.00 $100.00 $150.00 $250.00 $500.00 ' s^NATflONAL BANK ~ Hif ~m/ TTiillMMl |j| || 11 ..•J^^, | , |||M|| , Broadway at Fourth Phone 4137 The Interest We Pay On Savings Is the Highest Paid by Any , INSURED BANK in Indiana and It's GUARANTEED! Member Federal Oepoiit Insurance Corp. Farmers Assist With Spring Work On Farm Of Elbert Balsbaugh Men from the Mexico Church of the Brethren and neighbors gathered recently at the farm of Elbert Balsbaugh to assist the family with farm work. The Bals'oaug'ns recently lost their young son in a tractor accident. Thirty tractors, 20 plows, corn planters, disks and cullimulehers plowed 75 acres, planted 60 acres of corn, and disked and culti- mulched more than 125 acres. The 32 men and 12 boys who assisted in the project were: Mendel Lowe, Court Wolfe, Verlin Sites, Thomas Burrous, Raymond Musselman, Dick Cotner, Lawrence Conner, Marion Hartley, Jerry Campbell, Blain Angle, Dave Snyder, Richard Myers, Laurel Hanaway, Glenn Conner, Paul Hunt. Marcel'us Flory, Dick Flory, Curtis Bowman, Larry Balsbaugh, Charles Lutz, Dean Hartley. Dave Hartley, Mike Hartley, Harold Burrows, Norman Fisher, Jack Grimes, Charles Barker, Johnny McElheny, Lowell Snyder, Jim Hunt. Marvin Hunt, Raymond Rush, Dar;-el Bowman, Ronald Weaver, Richard Doran, Lcsler Snyder, Joe Balsbaugh, Harvey Balsbaugh, Raymond Snyder, Clelus Hoover, Bob Musselman, Bruce Weaver, Eldon Conner, and David Williams. Girl Scout News The spring council meeting of the Girl Scout Association was held Tuesday evening in the Girl Scout headquarters. Mrs. William Killion, council president, was in charge of the meeting. Budgets from the various committees 'of the organization were read and approved by the council. Miss Betsy Corcoran and Miss Erin Killion were awarded tho Curve Bar -by the chairman, Mrs. Velma Hines. The Scouts received the pins from their mothers, Mrs. E. S. Corcoran and Mrs. William Killion. The Scouts had worked two years on the award, having completed many hours of community service. They chose homemaking as their field. Jn addition to (he Curve Bar, they were given badges for conservation, personal health, and good grooming. Mrs. Mary Eramerd and Mrs. George Thomas served refresh, ments, assisted by Senior Scotils, Carolyn Masscy, Mary Ellen McIlwain, Beth Hight, and Betsy Corcoran. Increase in Crude Oil Price Demanded WASHINGTON (UP) _ T-h c Independent Petroleum Association of America Friday called for a 4-ce:ils-a-barrt?l increase in crude oil prices in t.'ie wake of a (5 per cent wage raise being granted generally in tlie oil industry. The present average U.S. wholesale price is S3.17. "Costs of producing oil, just like costs in other businesses, cannot continue to go up while prices remain unchanged," Robert L. Wood, association president, said. The IPAA represents 12,000 domes- lie oil and natural gas producers. Mrs. Velma Hines. program chairman, reminds Scouts and leaders lhat money and unsold tickets for Ihe Father and Daugh- jter ham and bean supper should |be in the Girl Scout Office Monday, June 3. The supper for Scouls and their fathers or a man guest to represent her father, will be at the local Girl Scout camp, Sunday, June 9. Intermediate troop 30 of Daniel Webster school, entertained twenty guests from the Children's Home at Ihe Girl Scout camp. Games and a cookout wore enjoyed. Leaders Mrs. 0. L. Shnnleau and Mrs. Elizabeth Bell were assisted by Mrs. John Roads, Mrs. James Hastings, and Mrs. 0. D. Shanteau. SOCIAL CALENDAR Saturday 8 p. m. — WWMB Friendship lodge, YWCA. I<anil On While House La WASHINGTON (UP)—President Eisenhower's two helicopters made test landings on tho south White House .'awn Friday — the third time in history aircraft have landed on Uic grounds. CIULDRENS PROGRAM A children's day program ivill be featured at the Sprint Crook I Christian church Sunday evening 1 at 7:30 o'clock. DIAL 5144 Pleasant Hill Greenhouse confidential CASH LOANS • ••.': •-'• quickly.' Utw help you! Open Wednesday Afternoon 22fi S. Third St., Lognnsport 2S55 ...Let Us Many sincere people regard the Bible ;is the sole authority for Christian belief. Ami they reject ibe teachings of the age-okl Catholic Church be- causc these teachings and forms of Catholic worship are not mentioned by name in Holy Scripture. "Where," some will ask, "does the Bible say anything about the Mass or pur^atoryy And bow about confession to a priest, praying to Mnry, and (hose seven Sacraments you Catholics talk about? They're not in MY Bible." Although everything contained in the Bible is true, yet tlic Bible is not the sole source of all truth. l ; or example, we know that Christ established His Church . . . that the Clnirch existed Ion;,' before tbe Dibic was completed ... that millions lived and died in the Sim'or's truth without ever having seen a Bible. But we are willing to set aside these historical truths for the moment and judge Catholic beliefs nnd prncrices by the Bible. Take first, for instance, the fact that the Bible does not mention the Mass or purgatory by name. Well, neither does it mention tbc word Bible by name. Furthermore nowhere within its covers is it stated what arc the writings which contain the inspired Word- of God. The only authority yott have lor this is tbe word of the Catholic Church, which preserved nnd collected the Scriptural writings and put them between the covers of a book. The word "Sacrajiicnt^" meaning a sacred rite, is not used anywhere in the Bible. But Holy Scripture does make clear the sacrcdncss of such Catholic rites as Baptism, Confirmation, the F.uchitrist, Matrimony, Permncc, the Last Anointing, and Holy Orders, the latter rite being the deputizing of the successors to the Apostles. The Sacraments were in possession of the Church and in daily use before a single line of the new Testament was written. People were being received into the Church b)' Baptism long before there was a New Testament. They were receiving Confirmation, were beini; married according to Christ's teaching, and praying over and anointing the dangerously sick. Christ definitely did establish His Church. He did deputize His Apostles, nnd their successors, ro continue His teaching. He did promise rh.it His Cluirch would endure forever, and could not fnlt into error. But He never did say: "All My teachings shall be in a book. Read and believe nothing else." A tremendously interesting pamphlet explaining; the Catholic teaching concerning such tilings 04 the Sacraments, purgaiory, why Catholics do not eat meat on Friday, why w« call u Catlioljc Church instead of "Roman" Catholic. For your free copy write today ... ask for Pamphlet No. KC-28. VVrlio Box A-35, c/n This Newspaper or Religious Information Bureau, 4422 Llndcll Blvd., St. Louis 8, Mo. Council 561 KNIGHTS OF CpLUMBUS Logansport, Indiana IOGANSPORT PUBLIC UBHARY

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