Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on June 28, 1957 · Page 21
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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 21

Logansport, Indiana
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Friday, June 28, 1957
Page 21
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Friday Evening, June 28, 1957. Orders OSI Disbanded WASHINGTON (UP)-Secretary of Commerce Sinclair Weeks has ordered an end to his department's controversial Office of Strategic Information. In an order approved by President Eisenhower, Weeks transferred the work of the office to the department's Office of Technical Services. It will act on a "voluntary basis" to advise firms, individuals and federal agencies whether or not it is wise to provide certain types of information sought by the Soviet bloc. The OSI, target of repeated congressional criticism, was set up originally to control the flow to I/on Curtain nations of data which might harm the United States even though the information did not carry a secret label. Chairman John E. Moss (D- Calif.) of the House Information Committee attacked it as a "cesspool of censorship." The House refused to provide money to operate the agency during the coming fiscal year arid the administration made no effort to restore funds in the Senate. Weeks said the OSI will go out of business with the close of t/ie current fiscal year Sunday. Flora Mrs. Alta Cook, 73, of Burlington, sister of James Milburn, Flora, died at the Good Samaritan Nursing Home, Kokomo. Funeral services were held in Burlington Sunday. Lois Jean Cripe, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Cripe, east of Flora, fell and broke her left arm while picking cherries. Mr. and Mrs. Ross Allen were in and furnishings on E. Columbia street in Flora to his daughter, Mrs. McCall and husband; $5,040 to his stepson Richard F: Callane of Rushville; and the remainder to a granddaughter, Mrs. Georgia Mueller, and another granddaughter, Mrs. Margaret Laing. Harold A. Jones, executor of the Howard L. Jones estate, has filed final settlement papers which will be examined by Carroll Circuit court July 5. Ron Richards, of La Grange, 111., grandson of Mr. and Mrs. Carl McCain, of northeast of FloA, won honorable mention in the National Academy of Sciences and Metals contest for his biology project. Ron is a sophomore at Lyons township high school in LaGrange. A list of committees and members of Psi Iota Xi sorority for the coming year follows: Telephone—chairman Mrs. Tom Garrison, and Mesdames William Ayres, Jack Driggs, Paul Wagaman, Ross Briggs and Fred Flora. Program—chairman Mrs. Meredith Butcher and Mesdames Robert Julius, Mark Carter, Alfred Moss and Kenneth Knapp. Charity — chairman Mrs. Lynn Fisher and Mesdames DeVere Hoffman, George Wason and A. D. Bishop. Music—chairman Mrs. Richard Leiter and Mesdames Rolla Brim, Daniel Brown and Clarence Watson. Service—chairman Mrs. Homer Cripe and Miss Mabel Wharton and Mesdames James Davis and Earl Trent. Scrapbook—Miss Lois Melzger. Library — chairman Mrs. Joe Northcutt and Mrs. Wayne ,Langston. Transportation — chairman Mrs. John Brim, and Mesdames Bud Kesling and Robert Spitler. Flowers and cards — chairman Indianapolis Sunday and Monday!Mrs. Virginia Wilson and Mrs. Rob- where they attended funeral services for Ed Rhees. The widow is the former Kathryn Culler, of Delphi, and a cousin of Mrs. Allen. The Rhees were planning to observe their golden wedding anniversary June 30. Rev. and Mrs. Walter Kelly and two children of Carlisle are spending a two-weeks vacation with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. LeRoy Kelly and other relatives here, and her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert .Moorman in Fort Wayne, former Flora residents. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Allen and two children of Michigan City are expected to come this week to spend a few days with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ross Allen. Morris Clem of Bringhurst attended groundbreaking ceremonies at Delphi Monday. Mrs. Elizabeth Rice, 90, who fell and fractured her hib, has been taken from Homo Hospital, Lafayette, to her home, route 2, Flora. Annual reunion of the late Josiah and Belle Oyler family will be held at the Flora Community Park Sunday, June 30. A basket dinner will be served at 12; 30 p.m. Carl Flora is president. His wife is secretary. David Boone, 83, of Lafayette, is the only living member of the immediate family. Walter Allen, executor of his father's estate, the late Fred Allen, is offering real estate, household ert Patty. Publicity—chairman Mrs. Robert Noble and Mrs. Dana Keyes. Membership—Mrs. Russell Harter, three years; Mrs. Luman Hawkins; two years; and Mrs. George Wason, one year. Fair — chairman Mrs. John Ayres, and Mesdames Max France,. Luman Hawkins, Loren King, William Nuetzel, Jack Smith, Hugh McCorkle, Junior Viney, Eldon Pressler, Dick N. Bishop, Russell Harter, Joe Briggs, Ruth Murphy and Misses Molly Bishop, Deanna Pressler, Marcia Langston, Joyce Burton, Nancie Garrison and Mary Jane Crook. Fall program — chairman Mrs. Tom Ayres, and Mesdames Robert Jones, Dale Boiler, Jack Sheagley, Gerald Harmon and Clarence Harmon and Miss Margaret Mabbitt. Christmas project—co-chairmen Mesdames Kenneth McGill and William Helvie; Mcsdamcs Clarence Shambaugh, Jiussoll Ayres, Webb Miller and Jack Payne. Mrs. Jack Payne was hostess for the Stanley party Monday night. F. Keith Sisson, local jeweler, was one of three men of this area to receive a pilot license after completing training at Williamson airport, Logansporl. At a business session of the four- day conference of Old Order German Baptists held recently on the Ezra Shisler farm, it was voted to appoint a committee to co-op CROSSWORD PUZZLE An.w.r t, Y«,t«rd.y-. Pu»l. ACROSS 1—Flowers 6—Part of flower 11—Puffs lip 12—Despoilment 14—Belles-lettres 16—A continent (abbrO 17—Hail! 18—Avoid 19—Knock 20—Shout 22—Matur» 23—Places 24—Flings, 26—Masculine 27—Arrow poison 28—City In Latvia 29—Let It stand 30—Delay 32—Observed 33—Ethiopian title 34—Title of respect (Pi.) 38—Those holding office 37—Lubricated 3D—Spanish tar "KOlfl" 40—A state labbr.) 41—Extra 43—Makes amends 45—Settled 4G—Dispatches 47—Dinner course DOWN 1—Kind o£ foot race 2—Tropical fruit (Pi.) 3—Follower* its 4—French for "summer" 5—Withered 6—Peel V—GJrl'3 imm« 8—Symbol for tantalum 9—Related on father's lldt 10—Jumpa 12—Wild 13—Impollt* IE—Labels 19—Pertaining- to kinship 21—Kind of fabric 23—Sea storlea 2G—Openwork fabric 2fi—Wire moaflur* 28—Iteplacea in position 29—Lawmaklni; body JO—South Pacific. (aland 31—Mistakes 32—Man's nam* 33—Freoa of 35—Having sho* bottoms 37—Poems 38—Expires 41—Conjunction 42—Room In harim 44—Preposition goods, an automobile, for sale all[crate with labor unions. public auction June 29. I Jerry Wagoner, grandson of Ly- The Questers club met in the REMC building in Delphi Wednesday evening. Members took China dishes and Mrs. Eoy Moore of Delphi talked about them. On the committee in charge were Mrs. John Oaks of Flora, Mr. and Mrs, Ben Been of Burrows, and Mrs. Charles Kaber of Kockfield. Mrs. Robert VanNatta of Delphi gave devotions. Marjorie E. McCall and husband Elmer of South Bend were appointed June 18 to serve as cocx- ccutors of the estate of her fa- iher, Gertha K. Voorhces. The deceased's will left his home man Fisher of Flora, has accepted a scholarship to Indiana Teacher's College, Torre Haute, and will enter there next fall. liev. and Mrs. William H. Myers of Indianapolis, formerly of Flora, are now at Camp Kosci, Winona Lake. Mrs. Myers will serve as camp secretary for the. summer. Itev. Myers will also spend some time at a Presbyterian Camp at Brownstown. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Thomas and Mr. and Mrs. Meredith Thomas, west of here, attended Saturday morning, June 22, the wedding of the couple's former granddaugh Pre-Fourth Special BUCKLERS or Natural Real Btnoolhict*! Cimhion crepe-Hole (late... They go everywhere! FAMILY SHOE DEFT. STREET FLOOR ter, Miss Patsy Ann Morocco, to Richard E. Berg at the Trinity Episcopal church in Logansport. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William P. Morocco, of Logansport, and her husband is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Berg of Fort Wayne. Mrs. Mary Flora, son and daughter, Rodney and Sue, attended graduating exercises of the St. Elizabeth School of Nursing, Lafayette, Sunday, June 23. Mrs. Flora's daughter. Patty, was a member of the class. She will take up surgery at St. Elizabeth hospital. Other relatives attending the exercises were Mr. and Mrs. Claude Pearson of Wheeling, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Eikenberry of northwest o£ Flora, and Shirley Wagoner. Frazee Ford Motor Sales at the west edge of Flora was broken into Saturday night and considerable damage was done. On Monday Mrs. James Casscll •took Mesdames Verai Sparks, Daniel Bsoron, Mark Carter, and Ruth Bordner, on a motor trip, the destination of which was a surprise. They went to the Gene Stratton Porter Homestead at Geneva. Their itinerary included Kokomo, Jonesboro, Gas City, Upland, Hartford City, where they enjoyed a picnic lunch, and Pennville, i Portland and Geneva. Kewonna The Welcome Neighbors Home Demonstration club was entertained Tuesday afternoon in the home of Mrs. George Wilson. Mrs. John Evers was co-hostess. Mrs. Alvin Buhler gave the devotional. An auction sale was held after the business meeting. The Baptist Women's Missionary Union met Wednesday afternoon in the home of Mrs. Jonas Brown. Mrs. Charles A. Miller was co- hostess. The missionary lesson j was given.by Mrs. George Anderson. ' Mr.' and Mrs. Jonas Brown and sons were guests Friday evening of Mr. and Mrs. Osa Whipple of Winamac. The 30th Annual Homecoming of the Church of Christ was held in the church Sunday. A basket din- ner was served at noon. The Little Union quartet of Bloomington furnished the music for the afternoon program. Among those who attended from out of town were the following: Perry and Roy Strader of Hamlet; Mr. and Mrs. Charles Miller of.Rochester; Mr. and Mrs. Edward Miller of Logansport; Allen Stoops of Wabash; Calvin Miller of Hammond; Mr. and Mrs. Odin Feidner and Gladys Feidner ol Walton. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Hickle and daughter left Wednesday for Fort McArthur, California, after spending a few days here with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. George Hickle of Kewanna, and Mr. and Mrs. Harold Hyatt of Mishawaka. The Hyatts also spent the weekend in the Hickle home. Mr. and Mrs. Herman McColley and family, Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Clyde artd son, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Anderson and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Willmer Mclntyre and son and-Mr..and Mrs. Don Reason and family went to Chicago Sunday for a picnic and a day's outing, at Brooklield Zoo and the airport. Mrs. Effie Hiatt returned home Friday evening after spending three weeks with relatives in Pendleton. She was accompanied here by Mrs. Phyllis Willens and Jeanine SaviH of Pendleton, and Joe Bruenduzzie of Anderson. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Bainter and her mother, Mrs. Grace DeMoss of Columbus, Ohio, were here over Ihe' weekend, visiting Mrs! Effie Hiatt and other friends and relatives. Mrs. Margaret Nickels and family, Mr. and Mrs. Burl Eber and Logansport, Indiana, Pharos-Trfbune Itv« True Life Adventures FROZEN *&& SCABBARD FISH L.IVES IM THE SHAU-.OW WATERS Of- TKOP1<2AL. AJvlP TEMPERATE £UMES. IT \& ACUTEUV SENSITIVE TO COL.I7. ON FKO6TV NIGHTS THOUSANDS HURL. THEMSELVES ASMOKE TO ESCAPE THE CH\L.UH& WATEK. turning home. 'Mrs. Senert was formerly Mrs. Oscar Corsant. Lieutenant Colonel Charles R. Hiatt and his wife and three children arrived this week from California to visit his grandmother, Mrs. Effie Hiatt, and his uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. C. G. Hen- children, and Mrs. Inas Kestle had nlng and daughter. The officer is - -'--•- i n the park at Culver I enroute to Georgia where he will a picnic Sunday. Mrs. Frank Greer and daughters Carol and Connie, of here, accompanied Mr. and Mrs. Charles Greer, of Logansport, to Indianapolis, where they consuller! a bone specialist in regard to Donnie's arm, which was fractured some time ago. Mrs. Theodore Brown and Mi's. Tressa Gray were in Fort Wayne Saturday to see the latter's son, Joe Cook, who is a patient in the veteran's hospital. He is to undergo surgery there. Weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Harper and family and Mrs. Hattie Corsant were Mr. and Mrs. Paul Senert and sons, Ronald and Mark, of Lancaster, California. They were cnroule to New Hampshire to visit relatives before re- be stationed prior to embarking for overseas duty. Mr. and Mrs. Lester Shidaker look their daughter, Linda, and Mary Ann Chizum to the Pearson Mills Christian camp Sunday. The girils are spending the week there. Eric Fort o£ Indianapolis is spending this week with his grandmother, Mrs. Fern Master. Mr. and Mrs. Roger Graham of Indianapolis were the guests Sunday evening of Mr. and Mrs. John HUficker and family. Mr. and Mrs. Burdette Garner and son Tommy attended the wedding of Marilyn Jo Smith and David Saracof in Michigan City Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Carter of Anderson spent the weekend here Ive made the Big Change, have you ? Get more go from your ear—get the big Chang* in 2 all-new Standard Gasolines! 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J., are the guests of Mrs. Arlie lussell, Mr. and Mrs. Byron McKinsey and family, and her mother, Mrs. Clara Stoudt, of Monlobello, California, are here for a visit with Mr, and Mrs. Harlan McKinsey, Mr. and Mrs. Foster Stoudt and Thomas Graffis and Gladyi Wharton spent Wednesday afternoon with Mrs. Enyeart, who is recovering from injuries sustained in • fall from a ladder recently. Mrs. W. H. Myers has returned to her home here, to spend the summer, after spending the winter in Plymouth with Mr. and Mrs. Larry Stokes and daughters. Cigaret Consumption Neors Record Figure WASHING-TON''(UP)—The Agriculture Department expects Americans to smoke record number of cigarettes this year despite various cancer warnings. The department estimated cigarette consumption in the United States in the year ending June 30 would reach a new high of 399 billion. For the 1057 calendar year, total produciion, including cigarettes for export, probably will match or exceed the 1932 record high' of 435,500,000,000, the department said. other relatives. Mrs. Russell Callahan, Mrs. Report Polio Case In Hamilton County INDIANAPOLIS (UP)—One new polio case was added to the 1957 total last week by the Indiana Slate Board of Health. The board's weekly polio bulletin listed a case in Hamilton County, first of the year for that area. It raised to 20 the number of cases since Jan. 1, a total one below the corresponding figure for I95G. The total is the lowest at this lime of year in the last six years and compares with 89 in 1952 and M in 1953. Read the Classified Ads Try the Big Change in your car f .. you'll be glad you did. You expect more from and get it! See the HOOSIBR WEATHERBOARD with 'Bill 'Crawford, WPBM-TV, Ch. 6, 6:00 p. m. 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