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Ten Logansport, Indiana, Pharos-Tribune Josephine Lowman . In This Fashion Era Your Figure Must Measure Up If you wish to slim the waist, try this exercise: Try to touch your left clbnw to your left leg. Raise trunk and then try touching the right leg. able figure in the current era. Exercise for Waist If you wish to slim your waist, Lry this exercise: Stand tall. Bend both elbows and place your hands on the back of your head. Keep your arms in this position as you aend over to the left trying touch your left elbow to your left leg. Raise the trunk. This time bend to the right, trying to touch your right .elbow to your right leg. Raise trunk and continue. Do this slowly, keeping the knees straight. Plan Farewell For Minister The Rev. J. J. Saalwaechter will preach his farewell sermon and administer the sacrament of the Lord's Supper Sunday morning at the West Broadway Presbyterian church. A farewell reception will be held at B p.m. Sunday at the church. Reverend Saalwaechter will take a vacation during July before assuming his new duties as pastor at Richmond on August 1. Hildah Kalb and Fern Williams are co-chairmen .of the evening program, which will include a supper and the showing of slides of the accomplishments of the church during Reverend Saalwaechter's pastorate. I Members and friends of the church are invited. Those attending the supper are asked to take sandwiches. Beverages and dessert . will be provided. At the Sunday morning service Catherine Burns, Karen Grace, Connie Lancaster and Rita Moore will be received as communicant members. They have been members of the pastor's class for several months. Clothes once made the woman, and they still help, but the time is past when they hide the figure! There is help to be derived from tricks in color, line, cut and decoration but many of. today's garments reveal the feminine silhouette unmercifully. Of course there are the attractive dresses and suits with very full skirts. Those camouflage a large hiplinc, but you must hava a s!im., waist or they are not becoming. A protruding abdomen is apt to make you look very thick in this type. Many of today's styles are skin tight and slim-hipped. The question of whether styles Influence the fashion in figures or figures dictate the style of the day, is a puzzling one. It is much like the old argument of whether the chicken comes before the egg or vice versa. Did our ancestors lace themselves into the straight-jacket corsets because they had figure defects, or did the fashion 01 that day make them careless about their silhouettes? Granny Didn't Know Women were not so interested in health and in remaining youthful because there was not nearly so •-,..-, . „ much knowledge concerning them. I The girb were: chose;n by a 4-H Ann Landers "Swift Kick in the Pants" Helped 1 Husband Grow Up Dear Ann: My lawyer gave me one sentence of advice that changed, my life. I hope you'll pass it on for whatever it's worth. He said, "Some men need .a good swift kick in the pants to help them grow up." My husband started to chase around six months after we were married. The bills were unpaid, there were no groceries in the foolish, but I have the feeling just writing this letter will help, me understand my problem better. I was crazy about a boy I went with in college. We were never officially engaged, but I kept hoping. To make a long story short, he married someone else. I got over it, and met and married a very wonderful guy. We've got three fine children and no woman house and I was left alone night] C0 uld ask for a more considerate If you would like to have my tested waist - slimming exercises send a stamped, self - addressed envelope with your request for leaflet No. 6 to Josephine Lowman in care of this newspaper. (Released by The Register and Tribune Syndicate, 1957) Carroll Will Send Two to Fair School DELPHI — Carroll county girls selected to attend the 1957 State Fair Girls School Aug. 26-Sept. 4 are Martha Schnepf, Monroe town, ship, and Joetta May Joyce, Wash ir.R'ton township. after night. When I would threaten to leave, he'd pull out a dollar and say "Here's taxi-fare, goodbye." After six years of this I couldn't take it any more. I packed up my two children one night when he was out bumming and moved to my mother's. He phoned me the next morning and begged me to come back. I decided to see a lawyer, learn -what my rights were and let him sweat it out. It was then that my lawyer gave me the "advice". After two weeks of being without me and the kids, he was ready to promise anything if we'd come home. He agreed to let me handle /•* L 1.1 " ne mone y. He promised to cut in Ll"OCnet! down on the drinking, and to stay Mix-Match Your Separates • This is the problem. I'm going home for a visit next month and will see my old crush for the'first time in ten years. He has since been divorced but I understand he's as handsome and charming as ever. I am ashamed to admit how excited I get when I think of seeing him again. It is so soph moric that I just can't understand Wtlfff how a mature 'woman can be so crazy. , If I love my husband as I think I do, why I am I getting into such a tizzy over an old boy-friend? Please help this crazy mixed up kid.—LIZ. "The one that got away" ways holds a fatal fascination. But home nights. ' 'you're living'in a state of fantasy, All this happened five years ago!Liz. The unpleasant aspects fade and we've been happy ever since, i into the background and the prince- 3eJphi-Dser Creek Township to Hold School Meeting ' DELPHI—School trustees and officials from Carroll county's western and northern townships will meet Monday at 3 p.m. in the courthouse here to discuss a future school 'system. oaturday Evening, June 29. 1957. (Lucerne Christian Church to Present Children's Program Children of *he Lucerne Christian church will present a program at the church al 8 p.m. Sunday m observance of Children's day. The program will include group singing, Bringing in the Sheaves; The meeting conies close on the.His Helpers, Dana Cree, Betty heels of a recent survey by Purdue English, Tommy Sellers, Pamela university of eight eastern coun- Morphet and Vickie Morphet; d'.iet, ty townsiiips, made with an eye toward consolidation. The meeting was called and invitations issued by the Delphi-Deer Creek township school board. A few years ago Purdue university made a survey of the Delphi school system and a few months ago re-evaluated, the Delphi high school. At that time it was expected that Delphi would continue lo be a high school center for townships Little Jewels; choir, Praise Him; Little Things, Mike Lease, Allen Gaby and Stevie Thompson. Sunshine, Janel Brandt, Bethia Webber, Connie Brandt, and Kenny Sniilh; "The Bible's titi Book," Tommy Gerlach, John Brandt, and Ernie Cree; Little Daisies, Judy English, Beth Cress, Cheryl Gaby, and Rulhie Webber; choir, He Lives; Beautiful Gateway, Joyce Ger'.ach, Bonnie Hudson. Susan Lease, and Nancy Basham. Giant Killers, Larry Vitello, L. nearby. With the recent recommendations by Purdue university that ex- J - Burton, Steve Cress, Jeff Bur- tensive consolidation be enacted' ton - Dann y vilell ° anu Cra '*> r Our credit is good now, our home has decent furniture, there's plenty to tat and we are honestly content. It was that kick in the pants that did it, Ann. Please pass the word along.—MRS. HAPPY WIFE. Dear Ann: I'm a girl,-17, with a serious problem. My boy friend doesn't get along with his father. He moved into our house lo get charming qualities loom large to create an ideally, romantic, but unreal picture. I'll bet a brief in the eight eastern townships, planning by the Delphi system must be reconsidered although no action has been taken by any of the eight eastern townships. Plan Boiler Repair (AtTwelve Mile School The advisory board of Adams township will meet with Trustee DonaM Moss in his home at 7:30 p.m. Monday, July 8, to consider appropriation of an additional $1,600 for the repair of school buildings and grounds in the spe- Cress; The Gifts We' Bring, Jim Robinson and Bonnie Burton; offering prayer. Gene Sellers; Christ's Road Map, Jerry Robinson, Barbara Haselby, Tim Marshall, Rex Waymire, Craig Cress, Sieve Cress, and Karen Thompson; Greatest Gift of All, Eddie Smith, Susan Marshall, Chris Brandt, Bob Cree, Carla Morphel, L. J. Burton, Gloria Smith, G. Thompson, visit with Romeo's ex-wife would I three quarter sleeves. 8477 10.20 Here's a simple blouse and skirt pair that does a good job of pairing off with similar wardrobe j items. The blouse also provides fhron /inariot* cldavac Barrie Brandt, Mike Kobir.son and Susie Lease; benediction, H. G. Cree. Mrs. Lottie Foutz, Mrs. Deity Smith, Mrs. Mary Webber and cial school fund. " iMiss Hildrelh Hall are in charge The appropriation is needed be-jof. the program. cause of a defective boiler in the | Twelve Mile school, the trustee re-11 OCfjl Yound People | ported. If it is approved by the 4 „ .. . ^ r bring you down to earth in a hurry. "There, but for the grace of God—". Wake up! CONFIDENTIALLY. DRAFTED. Go to the Family Service Society. They will give you a good DR. JEKYLL'S WIFE: If he loesn't quit Mr. Hyding see your clergyman and do as he says. Granny settled down to older age about 35 or sooner, have the information somewhere She did not or hope with which to delay the aging process as we today have. And what was the use of having a well turned calf or a flat tummy if you didn't get credit lor them? One thing is certainl Fashion designers in the past may have abotted women in fooling men, but they long ago hardened their hearts against such indulgence. You simply have to have a pass- Dress Revue and State Fair committee. Trips will be sponsored by Carroll county Home Demonstra lion Association and the Delphi Limestone company. Members of the selecting committee were Miss Pauline Robeson, Mrs. Howard Cox, Mrs. John Beard; together with Mrs. Marie Hanrahan, county HD president Mrs. June Fine and Miss Elaine Kull. There is more water than land on the earth's surface. ;hem to her In care of this newspaper and.enclose a stamped self- addressed envelope.) Spin a of spiderweb lacej away from him. He likes my moth- ear—also a Jiand. er and dad very much, and they think he's a real good kid. But now his mother wants him to come home and live but he doesn't want to. He likes it with us. His mother says she'll make trouble if he doesn't return right away. Can she force him to move back home.even if he hates it there?. Please tell us what to do. My folks don't want any trouble.—MISS EX GEE. You're 17, but how old is Jerry? If he's a minor he must do as his parents say. This means living at home if they insist on it. If Jerry has some serious complaint of mistreatment, your folks should bring this to the attention of the Juvenile Authorities and they will look into it. They would then decide if it would be best to (pattern order for the Spring & (Ann Landers will be happy to;Summer '57 issue of our pattern ielp you with your problems. Send with a crochet needle while vacationing! You'll find this 19-inch centerpiece fascinating to work, and a compliment-catcher when completed. Pattern No. 53B5 contains crochet directions; material requirements; stitch illustrations. Send 25c in COINS, your name, address and the PATTERN NUMBER to ANNE CABOT, Pharos- Tribune, 372 W. Quincy Street, Chicago 6, Illinois. It's ready; The 1957 Needlework ALBUM—fifty-six colorful pages showing many pre'.ly designs; plus directions for making 3 crochet items and a quilt. Only 25c a copy! place Jerry elsewhere. Since he's your boy friend I suggest he not live in your home, regardless. It's not a healthy arrangement for either of you. Dear Ann: I suppose I'm being Lots of people have great aims in life, but never pull the trigger. 1 3 to* SALE Shirts - PJ's — Suits — Dresses — Pedal Pushers — Bathing Suits — Blouses — Sweaters — Jackets—Coats TOY AND TOT SHOP 1228 E. Broadway Dial 4563 Cook on it 4 ways Westinghouse GRII1-N-WAFFLER $3.00 Down $1.50 per wk. FRIES! GRILLS! BAKES! TOASTS I Cook complete monln or •n«okn. Vorsii- tile. Big capacity. Automatic. Non- rticking waffle grid*. $9095 *• ' J03-505 JTH ST. you CAN •• JKH-4M.1 OpMi X tnUt up«l«yt BRIGGS ELECTRIC CO. WatllnghouM Complete Line DIAL 4401 SURI...IF iri^Westinghouse FASHION BEAUTY SHOP ONLY $4.95 PERMANENT* with toft ringleti INCLUDES CUTTING STYLING CREAM SHAMPOO OTHERS TO $25 9 Til 6 No Appointment Noctitary NO FUZZ OR FRIZZ 314'/i Pearl St. Ph. 20111 Show SlarN At Duik Got*. Op.n Hall Hour Earlier SUNDAY-MONDAY "KETTLES ON OLD MCDONALD'S FARM" (First Run) Marjorl» Main - Partar Fortnelly TUESDAY-WEDNESDAY DOUBLE FEATURE "CALYPSO JIOE" (Flnt Run) Harb J«fF»ri«* - Angle Dlckenton also "HOT ROD RUMBLE" (Pint Run) Leigh Snowden - Richard Hartunian Today—"Guns of Fort Petticoat" and "Spin a Dark Web" Midnight Tonight OEHRMTON KLHQND / Starring Al/DIE MURPHY George Nader Burgess Meredith .No. 8477 with PATT-0-RAKA included is in .sizes 10, 12, 14, 16, 18, 20. SIM 12, 32 bust, skirl, 2 yards ot 39-inch; blouse, sleeveless, IVi yards. trustee and advisory board, a hearing will be held by a representative of Hie state board of tax commissioners. Open Summer School At Culver July 2 CULVER, Ind.—The Culver Summer Schools will open here at Cul- For this pattern, send 35c in.ver Military Academy, Tuesday, COINS, your narne, address, size!July 2, as Ihe fifly-sixlh annual eight-week session gets underway. A capacity enrollment for each o[ the three schools—the Naval School, the School of Horsemanship, and the Woodcraft Camp- desired, and the PATTERN NUMBER to Sue Burnett, Pharos-Tribune, 372 W. Quincy Street, Chicago Include 25 cents more with your book Basic FASHION. It contains dozens of smart new styles for all ages; gift pattern printed inside the book. Stale Bank No. 723 Report of condition of Community State Bank of Royal Center In the State of Indiana nt the close of business on June 6, 1957. ASSETS Cash, balances with other banks, including reserve balances, and cash items in process of collection $ 514,310.39 United States Government obligations, direct and guaranteed 1,279,206.48 Obligations of States and political subdivisions .• 201,974.66 Other bonds, notes, and debentures 37,943.72 Corporate stocks (including $None stock of Federal Reserve Bank) None Loams and discounts (including $227.61 overdrafts) •... 1,127,653.21 Bank premises owned $11,000.00, furniture and fixtures $12,202.00 23,202.00 (Bank premises owned are subject to $None liens not assumed by bank.) Real estate owned other than bank premises None Investments and other assets indirectly representing bank . premises or other real estate None Customers' liability to this bank on acceptances outstanding None Other Assets 5,1108.20 will register on Ihe opening day, I camp this week. Major General D. T. Spivcy,'US AF, (ret.), superintendent has an- At Baptist Camps Jim Green of the local Baptist temple lias been attending the National Older Youth conference at Green Lake, Wis., during the past week, while nine other young people of'the church have been attending the National Senior High Training conference at Green Lake. They are Anne Buzbce, Curtis Daughcrly, 1.eland Daughcrly, Ann George, Ronnie Gil'forcl, Sue Handy, Karen Jones, Tom Todd and Elaine Leslie. Milte Graham and Don Robinson allcncled the Tippccanoe junior U. S. postage slumps wore first placed on sale July 1, 1847. TODAY "It Coma From Bonoath Tho Sffa" and "Denvor and the Rio Grand*" ROX Y A f 4iLUN.Ce COOL- COOL Sunday, Monday Open 1 P. M. 2 Features - 3 Cartoons TOTAL ASSETS $3.100,038.66 LIABILITIES Demand deposits of individuals, partnerships, and corporations • $1,360,699.04 Time deposits of individuals, partnerships, and'corporations 1,365,376.19 Deposits of United States Government (including postal savings) 18,695.57 Deposits of States and political subdivisions 171,931.<I2 SCOTT , "TEN WANTED MEN" in RETURN TO PARAOIS1" Deposits of banks Other deposits (certified and officers' checks, etc.) TOTAL DEPOSITS $2,916,014.01 Bills payable, rediscounts, and other liabilities for borrowed money Mortgages or other Hens, ¥None on bank premises and $None on other real estate Acceptances executed by or for account of this bank and outstanding Other liabilities None 111.79 None None None 15,8411.66 TOTAL LIABILITIES $2,932,662.67 CAPITAL ACCOUNTS Capital* $ 50,000.00 Surplus : 100,000.00 Undivided profits 107,435.99 Reserves (and retirement account for preferred capital).. None Opon 7:00 p. m. Box Office Clown 12.00 CHILDREN FREE FINAL TONIGHT EVERY FRIDAY AND SATURDAY NIGHTS 3 Big Features for the prke of one 2-FIRST RUN FEATURES-2 Destroyer Of Worlds Attacks Earth Planet Robber Tramples Earth Stealing TOTAL CAPITAL ACCOUNTS ? 257,435.99 TOTAL LIABILITIES AND CAPITAL ACCOUNTS, .$3,190,098.66 "Includes proceeds of $None of debentures sold to the Reconstruction Finance Corporation, JNone of debentures sold to local interests which debentures are subordinated to the rights of creditors and depositors, and 500 shares of common stock, par $100.00 per share. MEMORANDA Assets pledged or assigned to secure liabilities and for other purposes $ 50,000.00 (a) Included in Loans and Discounts are LOANS TO AFFILIATED COMPANIES None (b) Included in Other Bonds, Notes, Debentures and Corporate Stocks are OBLIGATIONS OF AFFILIATED COMPANIES None (c) First lien trust funds 4,842.71 (a) Loans as shown above are after deduction of reserves of 11,455.55 (b) Securities as shown above are after deduction of reserves of None I, Dale M. English, Cashier, of the above-named bank, do solemnly swear that the above statement is true, and that it fully and correctly represents the true state' of the several matters herein contained and set fortli, to the best, of my knowledge and belief. Correc^Attest: DALE M. ENGLISH. DON R. IVEY,. VOLNA E. RITZ ELMER E. SCHMALTZ Directors State of Indiana, County of Cass, ss: Sworn to and subscribed .before me this 27th day of June, 1957, and I hereby certify that I am not an officer or director of this bank. (SEAL) NORMA L. PUFAHL, Notary Public. My commission expires October 4,1958. MARI BLANCHARD JACK / ALBERT KELLY Bonus Feature At No Extra Cost To YOU SUNDAY THRU WEDNESDAY FIRST RUN PLATTERS FIRST RUN Speed-Crazy!...Boy-Crazy) ROCK ALL NIGHT Some have lo dance... Gome have i to kill!.,. DICK with RUSSELL ABBY SPAIN with STCVC IOH« FMNK • TERRELL • ASHLEY • COOIH HIUER' JOHNSON -DALTOH Plan now to see our Giant Fireworks Display Wed., July 3. Sponsored by COPPOCK'S SHELL SERVICE, 219 E. Market St., Phone 4945.

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