Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on July 10, 1957 · Page 23
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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 23

Logansport, Indiana
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Wednesday, July 10, 1957
Page 23
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Wednesday Evening, July 10, 1957. Sec. Benson Approves Butz as Assistant WASHINGTON (UP) — Agriculture Secretary Ezra T. Benson today approved the appointment of Assistant Secretary Earl L. Butz as director of the Indiana Agricultural Extension Service. Butz has resigned his Agriculture Department post effective July 31 to return to Purdue University as dean of the School of Agriculture and director of the cooperative federal-state extension service in Indiana. Rochester Mr. and Mrs. Gene Reddick ot Kalamazoo. Mich, are visiting relatives in Rochester and vicinity this week. Marvin Bailey. 29, R. R. 2. Ho. Chester,' was injured in a car-farm tractor accident Monday night on a county road northeast of Rochester. State police investigating said that Bailey was going south in a 1952 auto, when he collided with the tractor being driven north by Don Nichols, 53, R. R. 2, Rochester. A slate trooper said that Bailey swerved onto the left berm to avoid the oncoming tractor, but that the vehicles crashed anyway, Kstimaled damage to the tractor, which had its left rear wheel torn from the chassis, was placed »t $600, and the car damage was let at $300. The accident is still being investigated. Norbert Schroeder, general manager of the Indiana Metal Products plant north of Rochester on II. S. 31, has announced the appointment of David L. Richard, a graduate of the University of Notre Dame, to the newly created position of controller and office manager. Richard will be responsible for Internal auditing, accounting, budgeting and all control functions. He had been associated with Willet and Wharton of South Hend am.: Warwick, Mitchell and Company of Indianapolis, both certified public accounting firms. At 11:30 p.m. Thursday, Officer, Don Mikeseli arrested four Fulton County teenagers, two from Rochester, and two from Dclong. The arrest was made in Culver, after six hub caps, taken from cars in the Culver park, were found in their possession. They were released to their parents, and no charges have been filed against them, sinci; Marshall county juvenile court is in recess at Plymouth. Admissions to Woodlawn hospital are Mrs. Charles Rouch, R. R. 8. Dismissals: Mrs. Sophia Boggess 913 Monroe street; Mrs. Joe AuH, R. R. 1, Claypool. Mr. and Mrs. Ted Khun, IBIS Elm street, are the parents of a son. Clair Timbers, 1023 Elm street, is being held in jail, for investigation, and Larry Peil, 18, Ayr, Neb., on a preliminary charge of Public intoxication. Both were apprehended by city police. State police arrested Richard J. Richardson, Wabash, and he was taken before Justice Kverett Gray's Fulton court, where he was convicted of having an inadequate muffler on his auto. He paid fine and costs of $15.75. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Gordon left Saturday for New York City, Washington D. C. and other Eastern points, where they will spend a two weeks vacation. Mr. and Mrs. Leo Zimmerman and daughter, Ginny, oi Chicago, arrived Monday to spend some time with Mrs. Blanch Zimmerman and family. The Zimmerman Brothers ambulance brought Mrs. Pontius from her home near Fulton, to the Woodlawn hospital, Monday evening. The Bureau of Motor Vehicles includes- the names of two Fulton county men on it's latest list of driver license suspensions. They are Earl Raymond, 184 Pontiac street,. until June 10, 1958 and Thomas J. Fear,- Akron, until June 12, 1959. Both are lor drunken driving convictions. Don Metzger, Dale Shaw and George Hess attended a dinner meeting of the Indiana Farm Bureau co-operative, in Winamac, Tuesday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Conde Holloway relurried Sunday from a two weeks vacation spent in the East. Mr. V. C. Conover has gone to Minneapolis, Minn., on.a two weeks business trip. Mr. and Mrs. Sam McDowell and daughter Patricia, are spending! Winona Lake this-week attending - •• -'the Youth camp. Rev. Decker is serving as camp, manager during his. stay there. this week in Niagara Falls and Canada. Mrs. Franklin Coons of Florida is visiting Rochester' friends this week. Mr. and Mrs. Don Lebo of Florida are in Rochester, visiting their parents, Mr, and Mrs. Floyd Lebo. Mr. and Mrs. Dale Shaw and Camera Club Members To Show Color Work Logansport Camera club members will meet at 8 p.m. Thursday Mr and Mrs juaic ouaw ttua ueia nri.M jn«;^ nu v y.»", -n--««-.7 son Bobby .Dale, arrived home Jin the cl'ubrooms, 212% Fourth • "street, for a color transparency Monday -from a week end visit with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. S. McElhinneu of Bloomington, Ind. • Dr. and Mrs. Carson McGuire and family are vacationing in the Eastern states, this week. The Rev. Donald Decker, pastor o£ the Presbyterian cnurch, is at showing and discussion period. Gil Sacco, president of the club, said a projector and screen will be available. All members are asked to bring 10 to 20 of their slides--both good and bad--to be discussed. Ot special interest will be those ;ransparencies processed by amateurs, but this does not exclude commercially-processed films, he said. •" Everyone interested in color slide work is invited to attend. POSTAL NOTE ANAMOSA, Iowa (UP) — Joe Kltok left a jacket -nere while travelling to the East Coast, so he mailed a letter to. "First cafe, west of drug store, south side of the street, A n a m o si a, Iowa." He got the jacket back- prepaid, too. TRADE-IN and SAVE Loeansport, Indiana, Pharos-Tribun* ThreB INSULTS PROMPT DIVORCE JERSEY CITY, N.J. (UP)— Mrs. Thomas E. Smith won a divorce Tuesday because her husband added insult to injury. Beides beating hei' up. Mrs. Smith I said, her husband forced her to sleep with his grandmother and turned, her paycheck over t» his mother. your old tire is worth from '4 to'9 5 DOWN buys set of 4— balance on monthly Terms. »•*"*• trade-in t»re, SATISFACTION 2 : GUARANTEED * NATION-WIDE MOUNTED FREE *6 DOWN buys tet of 4— balance on monthly Term*. BARGAINS IN COLD WAVES tanalln Oil Permanenti Including Hair Cut FOR ON1Y J"4.95 Ho urn 8:30 a.m. lo 5 p.m. No Appoinrm«n> N«c«»tarp LOGANSPORT BEAUTY SHOP Cl>ud All Day Wedntiday 51 h and Broadway OVER BAIIEY'S Read the Classified Ads NEW STORE HOURS - OPEN - TUES., WED., THURS., SAT. 9 a. m. — 5 p. m. FRIDAY, 9 a. m. - 9 p. m. Vacation Song Bright Tempo Tune (OHjcinil Vanlo*) The M.n on the Fifing Tnpcn Oh, have you met the Jones-es, they're hap-py and gay, they've smoothed their vj - «- lion each mile of the way. They phone n-head »1 • ways, in day-time or night, that way all their plans come out right I Yon, too, will lincl that the telephone adds pleasure to your trip. Call ahead for ruscrvaLionii... call home to share the fun ... call friends along the way. JLoiij; Dislnncc costs so little. GENERAL TELEPHONE COMPANY OF INDIANA, INC. / tie Qi t J L THURSDAY - FRIDAY and SATURDAY We wan I- everybody to get acquain ted wi th our 'honest-to-goodness buttermilk... the old-fashioned kind wi Hi golden flakes of real butter in every drop ... with all the nourishing elements of milk except butterfat ... that's why we're making this offer. Try it this week-end, 11 keeps pep up and weight down. Drink it all summer for real refreshment... more taste... more heal thj. BUTTERMILK Q F :l 29 C At Your Favorite Food Store!

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