Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on July 3, 1957 · Page 23
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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 23

Logansport, Indiana
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Wednesday, July 3, 1957
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Wednesday Evening, July 3, 1957. IORANSPORT PUBLIC LIBRARY 385 Carroll 4-H'ers Sign Up For Fair Flora Community Club Making Arrangements For Fair To Be Held At Flora July 29—Aug. 1. DELPHI — County Agent Harold Berry said today that 385 boys and girls have enrolled for the 4-H projects at the Carroll County Fair at the Flora Community Parke July 29-Aug. 1. Berry said the Flora Community «lub was now making plans for setting space at the fair to commercial exhibitors, and making other preliminary preparations. Boys and girls enrollment by •project were: electric, 114; garden, 109; beef, 92; swine, 102; dairy, 45; sheep, 36; poultry, 74; corn, B6; rabbit, 25; forestry, 17; wild life, 40; entomology, 21; soil conservation, 32; tractor maintenance, 19; wheat, 15; soybeans, 16; oats, 16; fire prevention, 19, bees, 4; crafts, 1; farm shop, 1; health, 9; home grounds improvement, 2; potato, 1. Those enrolled in crop -projects will exhibit at tb.e Country Crops Show late in November, sponsored by the Delphi Chamber Of Commerce. Clubs enrolling and Hieir voca tlonal leaders and teachers in elude: Monroe, 51, Leon McGaughey, leader; Deer Creek, 44, W. S. Weaver and Charles Beale, lead ers; Jackson, 44, Ronald Rich and Wilmer Hodge, leaders; Democrat, 40, William Padgett, leader; Madison 28, Williams Dickinson. Also Jefferson, 23, Roy Slavens; Clay, 24, R. Chittick; Carrollton, 23, Junior Snider and ' Charles Meade; Liberty, 18, William Mullin; Tippecnoe, James White; Washington, 19, Hubert Ebbing- Jiams, John T. Downham; tractor maintenance county club, 19, Carol Flora and Kim Black. Eighty-nine junior leaders are assisting the adult leaders wilJi the local club program. Walton Mr. and Mrs. Ray Butz and family, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Butz and Mrs. Audrey Butz have returned home from vacationing at Bruce Lake. Jimmie and Eddie Small are attending YMCA camp at Tecumsen for two weeks. Mr. and Mrs. Francis Bowyer have moved to Logansporl. Orville Brown has been dismissed from the hospital. He and Mrs. Brown have moved to the home of their son, Frank, in Logansport. Mrs. Lee Cook has been dismissed from St. Francis hospital in Indianapolis. She returned home. Miss Ethelen Robison visited a few days last week with Mrs. Jane Fair in Indianapolis. •Ladies Aid of the Christian church will meet Wednesday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Mable Wolf. Mrs. Paul Rush is co-hostess. A film will be shown. Members are urged to bring prepared mixes to send to Indianapolis for the NOTICIC TO IIII>l)Klt.s The Board of School TruRtociK. School City of Lofraimport, Inill- iiiia, will recolvo Mealed bUU for Kr.llor Uopalrs al llic Tlptun fjrjule School, and -will publicly open such likls lit 7 I'. M. (1JST) on thB 15th day of July, 1957, at llio KooHOVblt Building, Lotfans- •port, Indiana. Anyone dfsKlrlng: furthor Information concerning tlio above may contact the Superintendent of Schools or hl.i authorized URCMU jit tlio above addronH. Donald D. O'Ndlll, - Pro.slrtnnt .Kdtfar D. JaHorUu - Secretary -\Vayna Jf. Kchaufer - TrauBurer Nftwman ];. fief) Karl 1.. OulnKer Board of Suhool Trunteen School City of I.o£unHlmrt .by ChJtrldH U Sharp .Superintendent of School* J-10 missionary project oE the month. Mrs. Joe Pyle, Mrs. Coonie Turner, Miss Peggie Deford and Jack Pyle spent Friday in Indianapolis. Becky Davis, small daughter'o.f Mr. and Mrs. Mearle Davis submitted to a tonsilectomy Saturday at St. Joseph hospital. Mr. Eind Mrs. Edward Quinn and family have been vacationing with relatives in Maryland. • WSCS of 'the Methodist church will meet Wednesday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Myrtle Snider. Mrs. Adah Winings, Mrs. Anna Snider and Mrs. Maggie Birnell are co-hostesses. Vickie and Sherrie Hubler are vacationing a month with relatives in Ohio. Mr. and Mrs. Merlyn Raikes, Mrs. Kae Bruner, Walter. Burrows, Daryl Stigers and Patty Burner visited Mrs. Belma Stigers and family in Fort Wayne 1 Sunday. Women's Fellowship at the Blue Ball church will meet Friday afternoon at 1:30 in the church. Hostesses are Mesdames'Mary McGee, John Martin, Don Miller, and George Bruner. Mrs. Pearl Slusher left Friday for a month's visit with S-Sgt. and Mrs. Raymond Slusher in Camberley, France. Mary Catherine Erbaugh, Anna Marie Bush, Nikki. Shirley, Sue Conner, Geraldine Wolf, Keith Rush and Barbara Grossmyer of thfe Walton Christian church returned home Saturday from attending senior camp at Pearson's Mill near Swayzee. Rev. Dee Shaffer served as dean of boys at the camp. Lt. and Mrs. Stanley Smith and daughter left Sunday for their home in Savannah, Ga., after a leave True Life Adventures LAST RESORT. ^O ES<iAPE FROM A. PACK OF.KIJ-L.ER WHAUES, A. SPERM WHAL.E WIU- PEUBEKKfEl-W' 3KOUN17 HIMSELF IN SHALLOW WA.TER. gJUT HIS <2HAM£ES FOR SURVIVAL. ARE NOT MUCH BETTER HERE. J=<OK UNLESS HIS <SKEKT BOW \e SUrPOKTEP BV WATER, IT WILL COU-HP6B. FROM rrs OWN WEI.SHT....CKUSHINS HIS LUNSS. Dbliibutcj kj King ftttutM Sjndiu* *7-3 Flora Mrs, R. C. Dillman, widow ot a former pastor of -the Christian Church, left Monday after.a visit since Wednesday in the home of Mrs. Mabel Good. She will visit Friends in Jeffersonville before returning to the home of her son, Charles, in Miami Springs, Fla., where she now resides. While in Indiana, Mrs. Dillman preached at the 50th anniversary celebration of the Kern Park Christian church in Portland, Oregon, :hurch he served before to Flora. Smith of Logansport and Mr. and Mrs. Charles Leffert. Mrs. Earl Purcell entertained the D & 0 club at a patriotic party. Guests were Linnae Woodling of Virginia, Mrs. Shirley Shanks and daughter of Logansport, Mrs. Mable Scott, Mrs. Maxine Bruner, Mrs. Florence O'Blenis, Mrs. Edna Erny, Mrs. Edith Ramer'and Mrs. Ercie Cotterman. Eleven members and two guests were present at the Willing Work' ers Class meeting held at the home of Mrs. Flora Widner. Leader of tne prayer circle, Mrs. Ross Montgomery, was assisted by Mrs. Warren Venard, Mrs. Sadie Taylor, VIrs. Florence Miller, Mrs. O. A. Dutchess, and Mrs. Sarah Cook. That part of the meeting was closed with a sentence prayers by the members. Money projects were approved. Mrs. Montgomery was elected .eacher to succeed Mrs. Miller, and Mrs. Taylor was named assistant. Contests were won by Mrs. Tayor and Mrs. Montgomery. A read- ng, "Strength of Prayer," was given by Mrs. Dutchess. Mrs. Bert Uook assisted the hostess in serving refreshments. The number of licensed fishermen in the United States has dou- )led in 10 years. Head the Classified Ads exerciese at Indiana State Teacher's College, Terre Haute, at which time her granddaughter, Mar'yellen Lee, formerly of here, now of Camden, was graduated. Mr. and Mrs. Dean Hockstettler and son of Toledo, Ohio, and Mrs. Berth Hockstettler of Blufflon, Ohio, spent the weekend in the home of the lalter's niece, Mrs. Lucy Krauss, While here they also visited with Mr. and Mrs. Lee Ulery. Attending the wedding Friday night at Indianapolis of Miss Eileen Mae Gray and James Howkinson in rites at the Prentice Presbyterian church were: Mr. and Mrs. Richard Howkinson and Jan of Monticello, Mr. and Mrs. Gardner Martin of Burrows, Mr. and Mrs, Nola Finey, Mr. and Mrs. Everett Cochran, Mr. and Mrs. Lester Guyer, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Watson, and Mr. and Mrs. Richare Leiter, all of Flora, Mr. and Mrs. Loren King, of Mulberry. The bridegroom is the son of Mr. and Mrs, Howkinson of Monticello. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Knapp of New Port Richey, Fla., spent the weekend with friends. Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Hopp, north of Flora. Rev. and Mrs. George Whipple and sons returned home Saturday night from a, three-week's vacation trip to California and Oregon. They visited relatives and friends and on June 23, Rev. Whipple Mrs. Edna Gish, recently oE Thailand, spent the week-end .with her nephew, Rev. George Whipple, wife and family, and on Sunday he preached at the morning worship service. Mrs. Gish is retiring from .active service after 35 years as a missionary in China, the Phillipines and Thailand. She left Monday en route to the west coast where she will serve'in religious work in a Christian church in South Pasadena, Calif. Rev. Kenneth Brady o£ the Ninth Street Christian church, Logansport, was guest'spenker at union services held Sunday night in the Presbyterian, church. Union services in July will be held in the Christian church. The following young people of the Grace Brethren church junior camp at Atwood: Gordon Fife, Paulette Ellis, Kay Daniel, Janice FiEe, Dickie Fife, Charles' Adams, Larry Abbott, Penne Abbott, Leo James, Granville Tyra, Alan''Jackson, Judy Clingenpeel, Jo Lynn Shoemaker, Jane Anne Lavy and Helen Lavy. Those from the same church attending senior camp at the same place were Joyce Stayer, Patty Stayer, Sandra Jackson, Terry Abbott, Ronnie Clingenpeel, David Lavy, James Shoemaker. Blaina Burns, and Mary Jane Burns. Rev. John Evans, pastor of the Grace Brethren church, taught two classes daily in junior camp on "Miracles of John". As treasurer of the Indiana Brethren youth committee it was also necessary for Rev. Evans to work in close connection with the senior class. He reports that there were 190 young puople in attendance at both camps from the Indiana District 1 of the Brethren, church. Recent guests of Mr. and Mrs. Russell Hanaway were her sister and husband, Mr, and Mrs. C. W. Warnacutt.and son .of Chippewa Falls, Wis. Other guests.were Mrs. Charles Rice and Mr, and Mrs. Lewis Rice and Jane and friend, all of near Logansport, and Mr. and Mrs; Morris Cohee, of Camden. Regular meeting date of the CWF has been postponed until July 11. The program will consist mainly of reports from delegates who attended the International CWF Quadrennial held at Purdue Uni- verstiy. Martha Schnep'f, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Fritz Schnepf, of South of Flora 1 , has been selected as one of two girls from this county to attend the 1957 State 'Fair Girls School, Aug. 26 to'Sept 4, at Indianapolis. Macy Willing Workers Class of the Christian church held a basket dinner and swimming party Sunday at Lukins Lake. Those attending were Mr. and Mrs. Dee Mathias and Donna, Mf. and Mrs. Charles Runkel and fam- helm, Mark and Beth Sacrife, Fred Carpenter. Mrs. Claud Palmer entertained the Never-Quit class of the Christian church Thursday. Co-hostess was .Ruth .Quick, and Mrs. Esther Scutherton had charge of the business session. Mrs. Clarke Beebe was in charge of the program. Refreshments were served to 21 persons. There were four guests, Mrs. Truman Agle, Mrs.' Charles Lee, Mrs. Keefer and Sherley Palmer. Mrs. J. D. Hancock- returned home Wednesday after spending five weeks in the Veterans hospital in Fort Wayne. Mr. and Mrs. Byron Conner, Mr. and Mrs. John Jackson spent the weekend in Michigan. Mrs. Merrial Conner, Mrs. Monroe Bruchat, of Peru, and Mrs. Jenners Alspach of South Bend were in town Saturday calling on old friends. Mrs. Anna Troutman was a weekend 'guest of Mrs. Martha Pritz. Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Cooper and son of Rochester visited Sunday with 'Mr. and Mrs. Woodrow Alspach. Miss Eleanor Murphy returned home Thursday after visiting her ily, Mr. and Mrs. Norman Collins,: sister, Mrs. W. E, Ross and fam Mr. and Mr<=. Blaire Kinley andljly. she was accompanied home family, Mr. and Mrs. Winston Cof- by her niece Miss Janice Ross Logansport, Indiana, Pharos-Tribune Seven fing,. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Taylor and family, Mr. and Mrs. I. T. Rogers, and family, Pricilla Norman, Stephen Hurst, JoAnn Grill, Katherine Wilson, Meriam Shain- barger, Janice and Richard Wil- who will spend the week with relatives: . Mr.. and Mrs. John Richards and Mrs. Jim Cress of Peru were dinner guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. Dan Powell. Afternoon callers were Mrs. Henry Miller and sons, Micki'e 'and Kevin. Mr. and Mrs. Marion Scott and Richie. Peggie Donald and Doris Jackson spent the weekend with their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Woodrow Alspach. Rev. Southerton and family of Indianapolis is at the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. George Southerton. His father is seriously ill. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Bash attended a carry-in dinner recently at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Earl Plotner hear Amboy held in honor of Mr. and Mrs. Homer Bash of Oklahomm City, Okla. Christian church missionary meeting will be held Sunday evening, July 7, at 7:30 p.m. Mrs. len Hurst and Mrs. Clarence Ellis will be in charge of the program. Mr. and Mrs ( Clifford Southerton attended the John Fisher reunion held Sunday at Cily Park in Peru, in honor of Virgil Fisher of Glendale, Calif. Attending were Rev. and Mrs. Everett Fisher of Huntinglon. There were 30 -present. A group of young people from both of the Macy churches left Wednesday for church camps. Miss Phyllis Ann Mariotto of Chicago were weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ray Bash and Dick. Read the Classified Ads Approve Bartering On Surplus Food WASHINGTON (UP)—A SentU- House conference committee today approved President Eisenhow«r'i request for authority to barter stir- plus farm crops to Iron Curtain satellite countries. The committee agreed to include the Iron Curtain barter proposal in a bill extending for one year—to June 30, 1958—the administration's authority to sell farm surpluses overseas for foreign currencies. The measure authorizes the Agriculture Department to sell one billion dollars worth of farm surpluses for foreign currencies in the year ending next June 30. Jt also authorizes donation of an additional 300 million dollars worth of surpluses to needy people abroad. Former Debutante Is Heart Victim MONT MOLLlNf. Switzerland (UP)-Former New York debutante Joanne Connelley Sweeney Patino died here Tuesday of a heart attack at the age of 26. The estranged wife of Bolivian tin heir Jaime Ortiz-Patino was found in her bed this morning suffering from a severe heart attack. A doctor was called at once, but she died soon afterwards despite emergency treatment. A priest was called and he gave her the last riles of the Roman Catholic Church before she died, her lawyer, Claude Reymond, said. n •GROUN ( Tocier * 8 V^-* ^--7 V»-«' 1 • No'riuic TO ii The iindorHlKnod hoard will, until 1hn hour of 7:0(1 J'.M, o'clock (UST) un tlio 15th day of July, •]|pf,7, at tlm office of tint Superintendent r>C School**, f!30 lOant Jlroadway, Lo^anaport, Indiana, recnlvu mulled proponalH Cor fur- nlshtn>f to the Mchool city, In accordance with NpeclrlcatlonB oh ttln In tmid office, thft following: Oil Mdn for the Hohool year of Illfi7-li58 to he delivered during •the Hchool yuar 1U57-1 ElfiK. Anyone dCHirliiK further Information concjurriinK thu above may contact lh<! Suptii'liuenileht of .Schools or hix authorized aKl-Mit itl th« above itddrrHH. .Donald D. O'Neill. - T'rnnldont I'.dKar D. .lasorka - Kt'crotary AVayno 13, Hchaefer - TreaHiiror Newman It. (Jeo Marl 1,. OttlnKoi- -RoH.rd of .School TruMeeH School (Illy of I.oKJUiHport By Charlfix 1,. Sharp Superintendent of Schools 3-10 KOTIOM TO TA.YPA VI01IS OK MHJAft'HrOHT, l.\J>IAx\A. Notice I.H hereby Klvim to the tnxpayern of l.o«-an«i)firt, OILHH <?i»uiily, Indiana, that tho Boa-cl of School TruHtoON of Halt! Hchool city, will meet at the KooHovult. hulkltnK on July 15, lyr.7, at 7 o'clock, I'.M. Central Daylight WavlnK Time toy the pui-pono of <:onHiilorlnK a proponal to entabllHh Ji cumulative billlillnK; or HlnltliiK fund for thn oroctlon of new school buildings or -emodikilnK old school : buildings and tlio levying or nn additional tux at thp rate of Jl.flO on each $100.00 of taxable property In LoKiirispnrt. of Casn <:ounty, Indiana, to provide funds for salil fund, said tax to tio flr«t levied In lBu8, payable In 11)58, Hiid tmch yoar Oieroaftor for 12 yours, all us provided by Chapter R7 of the Acts of tho (lenorul Assembly of tlio Stain of Indiana for 1!M&. as amended by Chap-, tor 248 of tho Acts nt l.hn Clon- «ral Assembly of the Rtatn of Indiana tor 19'I7; Chapter 222 of the Acts of 1353; and Chapter 81 of tho A cm of 1055. Taxpayers aro Invited to lie present anil will have a rlwht to lie heard thoroou before Raid proposal Is finally approved and *ubmlttod to the State Hoard of TTax CommiHHloners for approval, Ronald O'Neill "Kduar D. Jasorka "Wayne K. .ychaofor N. K. Goo K. L. OttlnRor Th« Board of School Trus- fp«s of tho School City oC Logansport, Indiana. 1-10 Your wonderful response made the Grand Openings of our GULF STATIONS a huge success and we are sincerely grateful. We're sorry that the constant stream of cars in our driveways made it impossible to give you our usual prompt and efficient service . . . that Good Gulf Service that-you can expect and get at every Gulf Station! Announcing the Winners of the Portable Westinghouse Radios at SMITTY'S GULF SERVICE Northwest corner Market & 16th MRS. EVERETT CHOCK ETT 414 - 14th Street JOHN BOWMAN 2110 George Street at at BOB'S GULF SERVICE Clcott Street at Cliff Drive W SPENCER Rt. 1, Burneltsvilla BILL WEIAND 1414 Usher Street HAL'S GULF SERVICE 436 Michigan Avenue . R, WALDSMITH 816 W. Wabaih CLARA HAWKtNS 162T E. Broadway GOOD GULF SERVICE - . is a habit with es—make it yoers 807 and 215 E. Market UK Retails in Ihic Ad Jb* CM! M** & Satanfay, My 5-6 OnSy! 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