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June 13, 1957

Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 47

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Thursday Evening, June 13, 1957 Urge Extensive Carroll County Consolidations Eight Townships Affected By Proposals of Purdue Survey Team and Citizens Group DELPHI, Ind. — Sweeping changes in the Carroll county school system which would close four grade schools and four high schools through consolidations are among recommendations made by a survey team from the Division of Education at Purdue university assisted by citizens committees and school officials in the various townships. The survey staff recommended a single high school at Flora to serve the pupils of Burlington, Carrollton, Washington., Democrat, Monroe, Jackson, Liberty and Koek Creek townships. High schools at Camden, Cutler, Burlington and Deer Creek would be closed under this plan. It was proposed that grade school students in Rock Creek, Liberty and Jackson townships attend a grade school at Camden; that a grade school at Carrollton serve those in Carrollton and Washington townships; that Monroe and Democrat pupils attend grade school at Flora; and that the Burlington school be used for pupils of grades one to eight in Burlington township. These consolidations would close the present grade schools in Rock Creek, Liberty, Washington and Democrat townships. The only alternative offered by the survey staff was for Rock Creek and Liberty townships to merge with the Delphi-Deer Creek township'school corporation. This would force a change in some of the garde school recommenda* tions. Proposed Plans The consolidations call for a $2,160,000 school building program, beginning with the construction this year of a new 17-classroom elementary school and a physical education gymnasium, music wing and vocational agriculture facilities addition to the present high school at Flora at an estimated cost of. $760,000. A new 15-elassroom elementary school would be built at Camden in 1959-60 at a cost of $350,000, utilizing the present new gymnasium. A new 10-classroom elementary school would be built on a new site at Burlington in 1962-63 at an estimated cost of $300,000, and the final step would .be the construction at Flora in 1965-66 of a $750,000 25-teacher station junior high school. Following the construction of this junior high, all seventh and eighth grade pupils from the other seven townships involved in the consolidation plan would be sent to Flora. Whether or not the proposed consolidations are carried out will be a question to be decided by each of the eight townships involved. ' ' One of the townships, Democrat, already has been invited to join Adams township, Carroll county, and Ross and Owen townships, Clinton county, in a merger. Members of the Citizs^s Committee in the survey of the eight Carroll county townships conducted by the Purdue team were: Burlington: Earl Oyler, Dean Sanderson and Earl Rodkey; 'Carrollton: Frank Hood, Max Landis, Sr., and B. W. Richter; Democrat: Robert Ayres, Mrs. Doyle Shaffer and Donald Wagoner; Jackson: Voris Chapman, Jean Hedderick and Dean McCain. Liberty: Martin E. Justice, William Michael and Frank Raub; Monroe: Charles Snider, Mrs. Jack Smith, and Mrs. Richard Mann; Rock Creek: Richard Nipple, Ren C. Groninger, and Ernest Flora; Washington: Leroy Ro son, Jr., Evadue Campbell and J. T. Downham. Mrs. Anna Slonaker Dies at Monterey WINAMAC—Mrs. Anna Slonaker, 72, died at 7:30 p.m. Wednesday at her home in Monterey following an illness of severa months. Born in Ohio on March 19, 1885 she had resided in Pulaski county since childhood. Her husband Bert, preceded in death in 1953 Survivors include seven chil dren, Mrs. Rose Peabody, Wina mac; Stella Schwartz • and Cleo Herron, both of Indianapolis Marjorie O'Connor, Fort Wayne Harvey, Munslor; Waller, Wa bash; and Hazel Provencio, Lakewood, Calif.; iwo sisters, Mrs John Frick, Peru; and Carrie Turn, Galesburg, 111.; two step PAVING EXTENDED TO FOUR MORE STREETS BY CITY Logansport, Indiana, Pharos-Tribune Twenty-three East Melbourne avenue, looking cast. Delphi Marriage licenses have been issued here to Robert Edward Rush, son of Mr. and Mrs. Daniel L. Rush of Delphi and Connie Louise Fife, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Richard Lee Fife of route 5, Monticello; Charles Grover Mulligan, son of Mr. and Mrs. Grover Benjamin Mulligan aiftl Barbara Jo Martin, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Carrie Shultheis Dies at Residence After Long Illness DELPHI — .Mrs. Carrie Sliul- tbeis. 81, of Delphi, passed away Wednesday at St. Elizabeth hospital in Lafayette, where she had been confined for the past i'iva weeks. A resident of the Pyrmont; community in Carroll county for U4&, .^&Ktt££&L _ rfL^-^jsuifcdL^rfc f West Main street, looking cast. Sunset Drive, looking north. Above are shown four more streets thnt have been surfaced in the city's spring and summer paving program. Four blocks have been blackloppcd on Biddle street; one block on West Main street; two blocks on East Melbourne avenue; and one block on Sunset Drive. (Pharos-Tribune Photo-Engraving.) Brewster Contempt ! Trial Is Recessed WASHINGTON (UP) — The con- sisters, Elda Wilson, Huntington; and Lucille BicJiardson, Fort Wayne; and nine grandchildren. Final rites will be conducted at 9 a.m. Saturday at St. Ann's church in Monterey jith^ the Rev. tempt trial ot West Coast Teamster boss Frank W. Brewster was in recess today to allow the government's only witness to receive an honorary university degree. Robert F. Kennedy, counsel for ial will be made in St. Ann's cemetery. The body is at the Kennedy funeral home where the Rosary will be recited at 8 p.m. Friday. Friends may call at the chapel. was on the witness stand Wednesday when the trial was recessed. He is scheduled to receive an honorary doctor of laws degree today from tiie College of the Assumption in Worcester, Mass. Kennedy was formerly attached to the Senate permanent investigating subcommittee before which Browster's . alleged contempt took the Senate Backets Committee, Jplace last January. Blames Bumble Bee For Auto Accident A bumble bee was blamed foi an auto crash Wednesday after noon on the north river roac which left a 1948 model car a tola loss, according to Deputy Sherif Hoy King, who investigated. C, C. Arthur, 71 of 816 North 7. Boyd Martin route 2; and to Richard H. Ricks, of Kokomo and Margaret Sturdivant, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Sturdivant, of Flora. Mabel Brewer, clerk of the Se- ective Service board announces Jiat one man, Gary Lowrey, of Cutler, was inducted into the U. S. Army at Indianapolis on Thursday, June 6. He was sent to Ft. Jeonard Wood for his basic train- ng. Five other young men of ;he county were sent to Indianapolis' the same day to take their physical examinations. George Hazelgrove, 89, fell on :he northside courthouse steps at noon Tuesday and it was thought that he fractured his left hip. Mr. Hazelgrove resides.with his daugh ;er, Mrs. John Garrison of 322 West Front Street. He was taken most of her life, she had been in ill health for two years. The daughter of Elizabeth and David Stinehouse Wetzel,' she was born November 23, 1875. She married John Shultheis in 1911. Her husband preceded her in death in 1934. Mrs. Shullheis was a member of the Bethel Lutheran church at Petlit in Tippecanoe .county. The body was taken to the Jackson Funeral Home in Delphi, where friends may call after 9 o'clock Friday afternoon. Funeral services will be held at ths EUB church in Pyrmont at 2 o'clock Saturday afternoon, with the Rev. Joseph Radabaugh, pastor of the Lutheran church, officiating. The body will lie in state an hour prior to the service. Burial will be in Pyrmont cemetery. Mrs. Shultheis is survived by four stepsons, John of Indianapolis; Clarence, Elbert and Marvin of Route 4, Delphi; nine grandchildren and nine great-grandchildren. to St. Elizabeth hospital in the Eikenberry ambulance. In the divorce case of Alena Hudson vs. Douglas Hudscn, ven- ued here from Tippecanoe Circuit court, the defendant and cross complaintant was denied a divorce by Judge Wm. B. Smith in Carroll Circuit court Tuesday afternoon. Samuel Lehman was attorney for Mrs. Douglas and Ted Smith apepared for Douglas. . Miss'SueUen Carey will serve as Washington township met at Joa clerk and radio operator in the I Wallaces home. _ county sheriff's office during the' EmmeU Herr was in charge of summer vacation. She will attend,the business meeting. Emmott the Burlington high school this fall. I H «- ^ported on the Junior Load- Cars driven bv Mrs. Jay Edging | c " round-up. Record books were of Camden, and 0. C. Smith of SJ « ned bv J" nlor Washington Township Future Farmers Meet Future Farmers 4-H club of route 2, Camden, collided at an unobstructed intersection at the east edge of Burrows Tuesday. The Edging car was headed south on the Ben Been blacktop and the Smith car was headed east on the Cronin road when they col- 1 lided. The impact threw both cars against the Burrows Telephone residence where they lodged. Both cars were reported a total loss by Deputy Sheriff John Miller who investigated. Mrs. Edging suffered with a shoulder sprain. Smith escaped injury. the car on his side. As his attention was diverted by the bee the street told the deputy he was trav- car veered off the left side of the eling west when the bee flew in) road and crashed into a rock pile. Recreation leader was Bobby Delaplane. Pledges to the flags wore led by Peggy Smith. Next meeting be hold in the home of Jou Forgey. Four Occupants Die As Plane Explodes BROKEN BOW, Okla. (UP)—A single-engine planu crashed and exploded in a pasture throe miles southeast of Broken Bow Wednesday night, killing its four occupants. The plane, a five-place Bcllanca, was from Harrison, Ark., and was believed to have been chartered by tiie Sav-a-Slop Drug and Pharmaceutical Corp. Harrison, OUR BUSINESS IS BOOMING! Nationally Ford is in First Place—Leads Nearest Compeditor Over 30,000 Cars Ford Contiues to Lead in Cass County There must be a reason! 1957 Ford's complete change from bumper to bumper. Not a face lift model. Buy Ford, the car that will have a higher resale value tomorrow. Ford Fairlane's longer, easier handling, more style than some makes that sell for $1,000.00 more. DRIVE IN AND TEST DRIVE A NEW FORD TODAY. LET US PROVE IT TO YOU! We have a sale on new cars and used cars every day! Our prices are always lower due to volume, low overhead, out of high rent district. WE EXTEND YOU AN INVITATION TO DRIVE IN AND SEE FOR YOURSELF. / No parking problems, approximately 3% acres to serve you better. WE WILL NOT UNDERSOLD! 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