Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on June 17, 1957 · Page 26
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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 26

Logansport, Indiana
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Monday, June 17, 1957
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fen Lojansport, Indiana, Pharos-Tribune Eagles Pick Bender for Second Term George R. (Bus) Bender, Logansport secretary, has been renamed state treasurer of the Fraternal Order of Eagles, it was reported following the close of the order's annual convention at Indianapolis Saturday, at which Earl Neu, of Shelbyville, was named new. state president. Bender was renamed to the post without opposition. ~ James Humes, of Logansport, was appointed to the state athletic committee, and Mike Mussleman of the local Aerie was named to serve on the ritualistic committee. At the Indianapolis convention, In which plans were made to hold the 1958 state conclave in June at Evansville, Bender was also appointed state chairman of the Father Cassady "Home on the Range", a national institution for boys located in Sentinel Butte, North Dakota. "Home on -the Range," patterned after Boy's Town, Nebraska, is bucked nationally by the Eagles lodge. Lebanon won first place in a ritualistic contest held at the two- day meeting, with Kokomo second and Lafayette third. A group of 20 local delegates and their wives attended the sessions at Indianapolis. Other officers chosen are as follows: Charles Lafoilette, Muncic, state secretary; Ray .Bruner, Aurora, Lee Bybee of Mishawaka, Roy Hamilton, South Bend, William Slimmer of Wabash and Robert Thornburg of Evansville were all named new state trustees. Royal Center• Annual dinner of the Women's Progressive club will be held at the Ben Hur restaurant east of Lo- nansport. Friday evening, June 21. Members meet at 6 p.m. in the home of Mrs. W. House for transportation. Mary and Martha class of the Methodist church will be entertained at an all-day meeting and noon dinner in the home of Mrs. Viva Harvey Friday, June 21. Mrs. Irene Bird and daughter and her sister, Mrs. Carl Capper and daughters of Montlcollo are planning a trip through the West. Mr. and Mrs. James Pugh havo moved to thi; home they purchased from Mr. Watson. It is the former home of Dr. Jvey on Chicago street. Bud Jeek, Joe Huffman and Hugh Collins recently spent a week fishing in Minnesota. James Stanley and Miss Sue Carolyn Jones of Franklin will be married June 21, He is a member of the State Police. He patrols the Northern Indiana toll road. Gerie Grassmyer was recently married to Miss Jo Ann Deddo of Schiller Park, HI. He will be employed in construction work at Schiller Park. Baptist Christian Auxiliary will hold its June meeting Wednesday afternoon June 19 at the home of Gel Conn. Miss Jo Ann Boose is home from Ball State College for the summer. She is employed at Yeazel's in Logansport. Methodist Women's Society of Christian Service will hold a noon luncheon next Wednesday. Miss Elsi .Boose of Indiana university spent a week at her home with her parents and then returned to Indianapolis where she was employed with Eli Lilly's for the summer. Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Lowe of Ann Arbor, Mich., recently visited his father, Lee Lowe, and other relatives. Mrs. Dale Haselby has been with her mother, Mrs. Weiner at the Kokomo hospital. She is in serious condition. Mrs. Arthur Berkshire and daughter have returned to their home from Florida where they spent the winter. Mrs. J. W. Harnbucfc has been quite ill, but has somewhat improved. Berlin Pugh is still a patient at Long hospital, Indianapolis. She underwent major surgery. WSWS of the EUB church meets Wednesday, June 19 Mrs. Martha Rodgers is now able to be at her own home after several weeks of illness at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Clarence Weaver. Burling ton Rev> J. Shields, pastor of the local Methodist church, has been transferred to -Idaville. New minister will bo Rev. Eugene Gillreath, of Pcrrysville. The appointments were made at the Northwest Indiana Conference of the Methodist church Sunday afternoon at the Purdue Hall of Music. Due to the extreme shortage of ministers, the Ball Hill, Koro and Darwin charge is temporarily left without a pastor. Burlington JID club will meet Tuesday afternoon, June in, in the home of Mrs. Earl Hoag, Don Cartron submitted to hand surgery recently at St. Joseph hospital, Kokomo. The Whatsoever Class of the Christian church met last Wednesday night in the homo of Mrs. Paul Johnson. Co-ho.ste.s.ses were Mrs. 0. L. Gilbert and Mrs. Raymond Harbor Rev. and Mrs. Paul Kreidor were honored ul a farewoll din- RELIABLE PRESCRIPTION SERVICE • Another beacon to which you may well give heed is the Reliable jPr«- scrilitions cmhlcm we arc privileged to display. It is your a.uunmcc of skilled professional service, high ethical standard.') and fair prkcj. Uring ui your Doctor's prescriptions. CENTRAL DRUG CO. QBORGS KIMBAOUOH, R. PH. 4th at Broadway Phone 3131 4fc Some name just as simple may win this 1957 GOLD CADILLAC I»l prlx* In our Name the Bryant Pup" Contest 166 prizen in nil ... worth $50,000.00. And th»r« will bo a wJnnoc in this •»«>! Com* In for dotaiidl ••» yow fnlrf k/onfc CONTIST IWDS JUNI *0tli M & M SALES & SERVICE Star City, Ind. 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The Ball Hill and Darwin churches assisted, Rev. Kreider has enlisted as an Army chaplain and has moved his family to Kansas. Methodist WSCS will meet next Thursday night at the home of Mrs. Cecil Rhine. Co-hostesses will be Mrs. Ralph Rhine and Mrs, Charles Revolt. Allen Milburn and Jack Avery of this area received their degrees at Purduo university Sunday afternoon. Mesdames Frank Whiteman, Wayne Swalm, Jack Flora, Roxle Bowman, and Charles Ferrlor attended the second district meeting of the American Legion Auxiliary at Morrocco Wednesday. Dr. and Mrs. John Van Kirk returned home Sunday night from a two-weok vacation in New York city- Mr. and Mrs. Howard Bonsum ami family have moved into the properly they bought recently from Mrs. Olga Prntiier. Mr. and Mrs. Frank liornard and Mrs. Mary Flora have new homo under construction. Mr. and Mrs. 7>e.vllo Bailey of Pittsburg, Pa,, were guests last week of the Colters' parents, Mr. and Mrs, Earl Hoag. Read the Classified Ads Name Hubert DuBois Superintendent of New School District PERU, Ind.—Hubert DuBois, principal of the Converse-Jackson to.wnship high school, has been chosen superintendent of the new consolidated Oak Hill school district composed of Jackson township, Miami county, and Pleasant and RicJiland townships, Grant county. DuBois will assume his new duties August 1 at the same time that the new school board will assume its duties. .The board members are the three trustees, Edward Powell of Jackson, Clarence Middlesworth of Pleasant, and Eldon Woodmansee of Richland township; an advisory board member from each township, Don Kendall of Pleasant, Robert Wolfe of Richland, and J. E. Fraley of Jackson. Roy Rennaker, also an advisory board member of Richland township, is the seventh board member. The officers are Edward Powell, president; Eldon Woodmansee, vice-president; Robert Wolfe, secretary; and Clarence Middlesworth, treasurer. The board will meet Wednesday night in the band room of the Sweetser school to discuss hiring a principal at Sweetser. Garments made of such fabrics as nyion, orlon and dacron tend to pick up color from other garments in the same wash. Even colored labels should be removed before putting in a white wash. DeArmond Addresses Foremen of R-B-M Sgt. James DeArmond of the state police force discussed safety at a meeting of the R-B-M Foremen's club Saturday night in the local K. of C. hall. Sergeant DeArmond also distributed safety pamphlets to' the 42 members of the group. Major Robert Mason of the Wright Air Development center, Dayton, 0., spoke on air research and showed a film on the.subject. Paul Duddleston, president, was in charge of the meeting. Raymond Moss was introduced as a new member. 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