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fwelve Logansport, Indiana, Pharos-Tribune Beck Appears On Way Out WASHINGTON (UP)—Informed sources said today Teamster Executive Board members will attempt to kick out Teamster President Dave Beck one way or another when the board meets July 1 at Los Angeles. The sources said a group of board members including Secretary-Treasurer -John F. English and Vice President William A. Lee of Chicago will call /or Beck's •resignation. Should Beck refuse, the group may suggest that he take a leave of absence until his term as president expires Dec. 1, sources said. Beck — plagued by Senate charges of theft and federal charges of tax evasion — already has announced he will not run for reelection a.t the giant union's convention in September. Kewanna Mr. and Mrs. Estil Bowman celebrated their 25th wedding anniversary May 30 with a family dinner at noon and open house in the afternoon at their home on the north side of Lake Bruce. The Bowmans have three childern, Mrs. Royce Lambert, Coatesville, Ind.; and Duane Bowman is with the armed forces; Cheryl Ruth is at home. Gary Spoor, Alan Spoor, Leland Bonnell, Larry Mays, Larry Thompson, Rodney Smith and Randal Mitchell were all guests Tuesday in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Herman Simshauser to help Jimmy Simshauser celebrate his 10th birthday anniversary. They had a picnic lunch and had cake and ice cream in the afternoon. Mrs. David Hudkins is a patient in the Carneal hospital at Winamac where she is recovering from a fractured hip. She fell Wednesday in her home at Kewanna; Mr. and Mrs. John Huntington and son, Mark, of Bremen, spent the weekend with her parents, Rochester , Mrs. Ned Halterman was hostess to a lovely party and .bridal shower, recently, honoring Miss Sandra Rhodes, who will be married June, 15, to Clyde Scott Jr. She was as-1 sisted by Miss Carol Coplen. Several clever contests were-presented, with prizes being awarded to Miss Carrie Ginn and Miss Sally Trout, who in turn, presented them to the honored guest. A table, decorated in pink and blue, centered with a like colored umbrella was arranged to hold the many lovely gifts. Lovely refreshments were served to the following guests: Mrs. Ray Coplem, Mrs. R. C. Rhodes, Mrs. Howard Tobey, Mrs. Clyde Scott, Mrs. Robert Smith, Mrs. J. D. Willis, Miss Patsy Fansler, Car-' ry Ginn, Sally Trout, Jean Scott and Lova Scott. Those unable to attend but sending gifts were, Miss Shirley Hammond, Betty Leavell, Annette Sharp, Mrs. Charles Rauschke and Mrs. Kenneth Stevens. Mr. and Mrs. Ransford Peterson entertained in their home Sunday afternoon honoring the Golden Wedding anniversary of their airnt and uncle, Mr. and Mrs. Welcome Earl Kindig, of Peru. Peonies and roses were used in RECORD-SETTING CLIMB Mr. and Mrs. Warren Gillespie. Mrs. Huntington and son, Mark, will remain with her parents this summer while her husband attends school at Bloomington. Mr. and Mrs. Clark King returned Sunday to their home in Flint Mich., after visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. P. J. Dwyer. Mrs. Phyllis Buskirk and children of Loganspot spent Saturday here in the Van Tuyl Gillespie home. Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Crabb, of Butler, were guests Saturday in the Arthur Crabb home. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Crabb and daughter, lelda, of Kewanna, and Mr. and Mrs. Lemuel Crabb, of Culver, were entertained at dinner in the ing rooms and the serving table was beautiful with it's cloth of !old damask, centered with red roses, and tall gold tapers. Light refreshments were served ay Mrs. Marjorie Wagoner, Mrs. Richard Copjen and Mrs. Maurice Peterson. The register was in charge of Mrs. Claude Kindig of Deedsville. Guests were present from Deedsville, Mentone, Akron, Indianapo- is, Bunker Hill, Peru and Rochester. Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Haskett and daughter, Jane, returned from an extended trip through Europe and the British Isles. Miss Haskett has spent the past year at the University of Edinburg in Scotland. Mayor William D. Jefferson an- Thursday that the west grounds in the northwest section of the city are closed off nuw and entrance to the east grounds can be made from the intersection of Fulton and Monticello roads. Mr. and Mrs. Alfred A. Kampen, Rochester, announce the engagement of their daughter, Freida, to Martin F. Bunge Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. Martin F. Bunge Sr., of Donners Grove, 111. Miss Kampen graduated from Akron High school and is presently employed at Topps Garment Factory, Rochester. Mr. Bunge graduated from York Community high school and now manages the Times Theatre in Rochester. A September wedding is being planned. Adjusting himself into u pressurized metal capsule (left), Air Force Capt. Joe Kittinger, 28, is carried by a balloon (right) to an altitude " of 90,000 feet or nearly 18 miles, the highest ever reached by a manned balloon. The flight originated from Fleming Field in South St. Paul, Minn., as part of operation "Man High" conducted by personnel of the Holloman Air Development Center, New Mexico, (International Soundphoto.) home of Mr. and Mrs. Cleve Mr . and M ' rs . Carl Overmycr Crabb of Culver. The Kewanna Union Township hospital auxiliary will meet at 8 p. m. Monday, June 10, in the library basement to work. No cards will be sent out for this meeting. Mr. and Mrs. Bert Long, of Toledo, Ohio, and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Myers and son of South Bend spent the weekend here with Mr. and Mrs. Blaine Orr, and Mrs. Helena Shino. Mr. and Mrs. C. Arnell Jones, of Van Wert, Ohio, and their daughter, Miss Virginia Jones of Cleveland, Ohio, spent the weekend here with Mr. and Mrs. Robert Belt and daughters. Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Berryman of Peru were guests here on Memorial Day of her mother, Mrs. Ida Cidams. Susannah Wesley group of the Methodist WSCS wa.s entertained Wednesday afternoon June 5 in the home of Mrs. John Sisinger. Dinner guests Sunday in the home of Mr, and Mrs. George Van Meter were Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Teel and Gerald Berry, of Logansport, and Mr. and Mrs. Benile .Berry, of Fulton. The dinner was in honor of Mr. Van Meter's birthday anniversary. The Mizpah group of the Methodist WSCS met Wednesday after- Winomac Mr. and Mrs. Charles Bertrand of Wilmore, Ky., were here the first of the week visiting in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Smith and family. They were en- route to Wisconsin to spend the summer. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Lizenby left Friday to spend a week in New York visiting her brother-in(law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Richard. Barnes at Endicott and with her son, Mr, and Mrs. Harry Bailey and family at Lakewood. Th« past county presidents of home demonstration clubs, met Thursday at Indiana Beach hotel for a luncheon and business meeting. Those present were Mrs. Owen Homer, Mrs. Dwight Surber, Mrs. Ray Harpster, Mrs. Charles L. Zellers, Mrs. Arthur Kroft, Mrs. Theresa Bachtenkircher, Mrs. L. G. Salla, Mrs. Charles Ginther, Mrs. William Andrews, Mrs. Harvey Hiatt, Mrs. R. R. Shaw, and Mrs. Howard Crawford. Miss Velma Jean Apt is spending two months with her father in Running Springs, California. She was accompanied to Chicago by her mother, Mrs. Hazel Apt and took a plane from there. Mr, and Mrs. Paul Davis left Chicago, by plane Wednesday for Jenkinstown, Pa. They will visit in the home o£ their son-in-law and daughter Mr, and Mrs. George Thompson and attended high school commencement exercises in which their' granddaughter, Barbara Thompson, will be graduated. they spent three days attending a State Manager's meeting of the Indiana Farm Bureau Co-operative. Mr. and Mrs. Sam McDowell and daughter, Patricia, have returned from a vacation spent in Pineville, Ky. visiting with relatives and. friends. Mrs. Robert DeBruler and daughter, Linda, left this week for Paisley, Scotland, to spend the summer with her mother and other relatives. Mrs. Etta Rans spent Friday at the home of her son and family, Mr. and Mrs. Don Rans and sons. The Fulton County Liquor Board denied the petition for a Beer and Wine, retailer's permit filed by Peru Don Gooch, Peru, was presented the Degree of Chevalier at a public investiture at the Masonic Temple 8 p.m. Friday by members of the Advisory Council of •DeMoiay. Gooch is the second youth 1 Dr. and Mrs. Paul Heinson and children, Charles, Annie and Susan have moved from Kewanna into the house on Burson street, which they recently purchased from Mr. and Mrs. Richard Schmicker. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Hall and son, Rickey, spent Thursday in Chicago on a business trip. Mr. and Mrs. Roger 'Smith of Fort Wayne are spending a two weeks' vaeation here in the homes of their mothers, Mrs. Faye Smith and Mrs. Martha Shearer. Mrs. William Felix is seriously ill at her home in the north part of town. Mrs. Eunice Heward is caring for her. Members of her family assist in caring for her. Susan Benedict, three year old daughter of Mr. and.. Mrs. Jack Benedict, • is recovering from a broken leg which she received when a utility cabinet fell on her Tuesday morning. The little girl was taken to Carneal hospital where x-rays were made and the leg placed in a cast. Mary Kruger, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Kruger has been chosen by the American Legion Auxiliary, unit 71, as its delegate to Girls State which will be held at Indiana University, June 22 to 30. Frances Rausch, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Herman Rausch was selected as alternate. The Pulaski county Home demonstration club chorus will sing at the annual Homemakers Conference, at- Purdue University next Wednesday. They will give their special number at 3:10 in the afternoon and will join the other chor> I uses in a mass rehearsal at 4 p.m. inducted into the Indiana Univer-' which will be under, the direction rnii., TPvMrfitti-.. ~ m..U „! n.« <?nt.L. Ap A Ihoi'f- "P CHidfh Thra mmnincr sity Emeritus Club at the 50th reunion of the 1907 graduating class this weekend on the Bloomington campus. One hudred and fifteen members of the class of 4250 are still living. The reunion activities include a reception and Goldeii Anniversary Thomas E. Walsh of Kewanna. Tr .^ 0( L h , 8';aduatcd from. Peru About 60 persons from the Kewanna area appeared at the Board hearing Wednesday in the court house to protest the granting of the license. Walsh's application wa.s for a restaurant which he had leased recently. The town already has one two way permit. Two drivers paid fines and costs of $15.75 each in Justice James Walton's Rochester court after being convicted of traffic law violations. They are Mrs. Glenna M. Elkln, Winchester, Ky., disregarding a stop sign, and Mrs. .Hazel M. Buns, Plymouth, speeding in a made by state police. ~ -• ••••' "• Ajuna, 1 j^uiuUtll, ap^cUlUJtS and sons. Carl Bob and Richard I posted zone. Both arrefts Lee, Rochester, Mr. and Mrs. Virdell Overmyer, daughter Susanna and son, Jerry, Fulton; Mr. and Mra. Ira Overmyer and the Hev. and Mrs. Darwin Lavengood, all of Kewanna were in Lebanon Wednesday evening, where they attended the wedding of Miss Ruth Howell and Wayne Overmyer. Mr. Overmyer is the son of Mr. and Mr/?. Ray Overmyer of Indianapolis, 'former residents of Ke- Seven additional nominees for the United Fund Board of Direc-i mac Miami county to receive the high-!Dinner Saturday evening, est international honor that can be conferred on any DeMolay, and is received far outstanding and distinguished service in behalf of the Order. Only one out of every 100 De- Molay members is considered for this degree and one out of 400 annually receives it. of Albert P. Stuart. The evening program at 7:30 will be in the Hall of Music. *> Mrs. Clarence Stipp is director and plans to attend a discussion meeting for chorus directors and accompanists on Thursday. She also especially stresses the importance of all members of the chorus, attending rehearsal at tho Wina- 'oru win Tuesday evening. High School in 1956 and is now attending International Business College, Fori, Wayne. He is the:laws and a constitution. These wil! son of Mrs. Jesse Gooch, 312 West! be submitted at the public meet- tors have been named by the nominating committee. They include Rev. Gary AUbritten, Harry Deisch, Mrs. Joseph Ogle, Harold Repass, -Earl Mohr, . Dr. Keith Giver and Joseph Sampson. At a meeting Friday of the Citizens' Planning Committee, it was decided to have the Resolutions Committee draw up tentative by- Seventh St. James L. Lund was the first Miami county youth to receive the Degree of Chevalier and as grand commander made the presentation, assisted by Kenneth Rhodes, senior commander. Others on the program were John Hileman, junior commander; Rev. A. C. Underwood, chaplain; and Robert] Trent, grand marshal. A reception followed the presentation. At the semi-annual election of officers of DeMoiay Thursday night, Walter Wirick, son of Mr. ing and will be approved and corn- pleted-by the new board of di-'the arm. Star City Mr. and Mrs. C. V. McFadden, Mr. and Mrs. Charles McFadden and son, Steven, all of Crown Point, visited Monday with Mr. and-Mrs. Delia Strong and Miss Edna Stephens. Mrs. Hannah Phoenix fell Sunday at her home here and broke her left arm. She was taken to Woodlawn hospital in Rochester where a bone specialist was called to set Saturday Evening, June 8, 1957. True Life Adventures F=OXV FREEZER. "SHE ARCTIC f=OX \s A THRIFTS FKOV1I7EK.\WH1I_E (SAME IS FUENTIFUU, HE PREPARES POK THE J_OMG,HA,KC>, WINTER MONTHS. H? "5V4E PAVS ARE SPENT SHOPPING FOR STOCKS TO BE PACKEJ7 IN HIS ".F rectors. The local fire department made State Police to Add Six New Radar Cars INDIANAPOLIS. ItTP) — State police said today six radar cars to catch speedsters on state highways will b e put in operation June 15. Authorities previously announced Mr. and Mr.s. Dale Shaw and .troopers will hand wanning stick- son Bobby Dale returned from a two weeks vacation spent with Mr. Shaw's parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Shaw of Superior,' Neb. Hev. and Mr.s. David Hansen and daughters, Sharen and Barbara, of Kove, Japan, jvere Tuesday overnight guests o? Mr.s. Han- A'ens brother and family, Mr. and Mr.s. Dale Shaw and son, Bobby Dale. Mr, and Mrs. Don Metzgor have returned from Lafayette where! ers to violators for "two or Ihree months" before arrests are made. Fifth St. was elected master councilor. Other officers elected were Norman Hosteller, senor counselor; and Elmer Hileman, junior counselor, Judge Henry S. Bailey and Attorney Albert H. Cole, Sr., will be Children's Day exercises of Zion church near Lucerne will be held Sunday at 10:30 a.m. after Sunday School at 9:30 a.m. This is a change from tho previous time. here, where they expect to spend the summer. Treva Moore, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Moore underwent a tonsilectomy Monday. Mr. and Mrs. John Hilficker noon in the home of Mrs. Char-1 from I"'n°'s spent the Memorial - --• Day holiday here, with his son, John Hilficker, Jr., and family. Mrs. Harry Harris, Mrs. Ma Adams, and Mrs. Collie Warner wil! spend Thursday in Peru with Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Berryman. les L. Miller. Mrs. Albert Smith was assistant hostess. Mrs. Hugh Wilson and Mrs. Clifford Felder presented the lesson and devotional. Mrs. R. A. Fisher and Mrs. Harlan McKinsey were in charge of the social hour after •which refreshments were, served. Mr. and Mrs. Jonas Brown and family visited Mr. and Mrs. Henry Thompson of Ora and Mr. and Mrs. Terry Wilson of Monterey Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Cook who have spent the winter with their son. Jack Cook, in Detroit, Mich., returned Sunday to their home • GERANIUMS 25c and up Petunias, Colcus. bedding plants for flower boxes and garden Hardy Mums. Vegetable and flower plants, the best and disease resistant varieties. Spray materials, Statlcr's and Rapid Gro. Plant foods, peat mosy. Markert's Greenhouse 1329 Pleasant Hill No Delivery Get Your Tickets Early for the CHICKEN BAR-B-Q FRIDAY, JUNE 14, 1.957 To Be Held at KEA PARK, ROYAL CENTER Sponsored by Royal Center Lions Club Servlnj; from 5:30 to 7 p.m. Only 1,000 Tickets Will Be Sold Adults $l.so Children 75c FUR STORAGE Cleaning & Repairing Logan Fur Service 521 High Phone 3632 Roy L. Crume GENERAl AUCTIONEER • Farm Sales • Household Goods • Real Estate 1735 South Dixon Road Kokomo, Indiana PHONE COLLECT: GJ. 26619 Kokomo, Indiana FUEL OIL TANK SALE New 275 Gal. Oil Tank only $26.50 Installed Complete with Accessories And 1 Year Oil Contract $48.50 ALDER COAL & FUEL OIL CO. 1403 Woodlawn Phone 4422 a run Sunday to the farm home of Mrs. Ethel Carpenter, southeast of town, where fire destroyed a barn. A combine stored in the barn was also destroyed. Mr. and Mrs. Everett Knebel and family returned home last week from a three week trip to Portland, Ore., to visit Mrs. Knebcl's mother, Mrs. Elin Hultgren and other relatives. Enroute home they stopped in Kansas City, Mo., to visit a brother of Mr. Knebels. Mrs. Agnes Theiry returned to the home of Mrs. Effie Kuss Tuesday after spending ten days at her home in Pulaski. Mrs. Maude Jones remains in about the same condition in St. Joseph fjospilal at Logansport. She has been there about three weeks. Mrs. Mary Vaughn, of Lakewood, Ohio, spent several days here recently with her sister, Mrs. Hale Fahler and family, and olher relatives. The Christian church Daily Vacation Bible school program will be held Sunday night, June 9, at 8 p.m. in the church. The Legion Auxiliary will meet Thursday night with Miss Edna Stephens and Mrs. Delia Strong. WSCS of the Methodist church met Wednesday afternoon in tha church. Program leader wa.s Mrs. Delia Warner and worship servicu was Jed by Mr.s. William Huff, j Hostesses were Mr.s. Richard Link, | Mrs. Lloyd Royer, Mrs. Anna |Washburn, and Mrs. Bert Hottinger. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Harrell ol Talma are spending several weeks here with her parents, Mr and Mrs. William Hull. EUNICE BEAUTY SALON Open Evenings — Phone 2392 ATTENTION! We Are Ready To Serve You Ice Cold Root Beer and Coca-Cola MAITS HOT DOGS FLOATS SANDWICHES CURB SERVICE Tower Park Drive-In 716-21st Street Opposite Swimming Pool Entrance? DON'T LET THE Tree Trimming And Cutting Down Trues —Insured— PHONE 52007 PURCELL'S PIANO BAR ENTERTAfNlMENT EVERY FRIDAY AMD SATURDAY NIGHT FINE FOODS AND COCKTAILS Highway 24 ot W. Linden Ave. situation curtail your sk>n program. A Stron-Steel boHding is available in the >«« required to fit your exact needs. 25% DOWN KALANCI ON TKMM UP TO 1 YIAIl*. WAYNE MYERS STEtt BUNLDING 'SALES, INC. P. O. Box 3S5 logonsport, Ind, Dial 1397 SPECIAL for SAT. and SUN. MER-DEl tCE CREAM BUTTERSCOTCH RIPPLE LIME PINEAPPLE RIPPLE BUTTER PECAN KRISP ECONOMY K GALLON DUALITY OQ_ l/i GALLON O71. QUALITY QQ r 14 OACLONW *t EBERTS' DRUG STORE 1830 East Broadway Phone 3854 WEEK END SPECIALS Angel Fish $1 pair Sunset Variatus . $1 pair Cherry Red.Swords $1 pair Gold Swords '. . . , $1 pair Red Wag Swords $1 pair Tuxedo Swords . . $1 pair Open 9 to 9 Including Sunday GADDIS AQUARIUM 411 E. Ottawa Phone 2268 Blue Moons .... 75c pair Crescent Moons . 75c pair Salt & Pepper Moons 75c pair Green Swords . . 75c pair Marble Mollies Black Mollies . $1 pair $1 pair PARISI GROCERY 106 Sixth Street WilL REOPEN MONDAY, JUNE 10 Chronicle Printing Co. FANSLER REALTY CO. IS READY TO TALK TRADE See Fansler Realty Co. Today If You Want To Trade In Your Residence On A New Home. 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 PUALITY PRINTING is NOT EXPENSIVE » 915 East 9th St., Rochester, Ind. PHONES CA 3-2219 and CA 3-5416 Fansler & Stepp, Insurance & Real Estate ATTENTION FARMERS! ORDER NOW . USE IT TO COVER • Silos • Trench Machinery Order your Behlen Corn Crib before Price Increase in July Wayne Myers Steel Bldg. Sales Inc. 1 Mi. N. on Old Royal Center Pike Dial 2397 Chocolate Chip Special! SCHLOSSER'S ICE CREAM Ft 30c o, 59c KM. 89c Remember Father's Day SUNDAY, JUNE 16 WE HAVE A NICE SELECTION OF GIFTS FOR FATHER SUCH AS, ELECTRIC RAZORS, CIGARS, PEN & PENCILS, & SHAVING SETS . U. S. POSTAL STATION NO. 2 BURKS Store Hrs.: Sun. 8 a. nv-12:30 noon 5 p.m.- 10:30 p.m. Week Days 7:30 a.m.-10:30 p.m. 13th & Broadway Phone 5966

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