The Daily Telegram from Adrian, Michigan on March 26, 1960 · Page 3
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March 26, 1960

The Daily Telegram from Adrian, Michigan · Page 3

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ADRIAN DAILY TELEGRAM, ADRIAN, MICHIGAN, SATURDAY, MARCH 26, 1960 THREE HUDSON Mrs. Harlow Eastman Correspondent Edward B. Thompson has bee named a vice president of th Parker Rust Proof Company The announcement was made a the March meeting of the com pany's board of directors. Mr.' Thompson was genera sales manager at the time of hi appointment. He previously ha been with the New York offic and later was manager of th Chicago office of the firm. H has been with the company sine 1938, the year he was graduate from the University of Michigan Mr. Thompson is vice presiden and director of the Thompso Savings Bank of Hudson. Mr and Mrs. Thompson and son Robert, live in Birmingham. "Beatnik" Dance Attracts 100 One hundred guests attendei the "beatnik" dance planned b: the band under the direction o Ralph Phend, band director, a the high school Friday night Miss Pam Abbott and Ralph Day were awarded a prize for th "most gruesome" outfit. Barbershop harmony was fur nished at intermission by th band barbershop quartet com posed of Ron Shiffler, Dave Al verson, Mr. Phend and Mr. Cur ran. Karen Sussex read a few beat nik poems with background mu sic furnised by Sara Foster a the piano and Judy Hauter on the bongo drums. Cornet num bers were by Terry Alverson and Larry Ralston, Ron Shiffler is president of the band and Terry Alverson was in charge of the arrangements o; the dance. PERSONAL NEWS Mrs. Thelma Kuhn, Mrs. Mil dred Kuhn, and Mrs. June Hill attended the -reception given by tha Lenawee District Practica Nurses Association for the recent graduates of the Ann Arbor Practical Nurses Education Center at the charcoal room of Rock Inn Thursday evening. Mrs. Nina Jones was a guest. There were speakers from Ann Arbor, Lansing and Adrian. The program included a string trio from Adrian high school arid an all-girl chorus from the Irish Hills. Mrs. Leo E. Miller, Miss Mildred Clark of Adrian CoEege, Miss Helen Hall and Mrs. Clare Onweller were recent dinner guests of Miss Barbara Yeagley of Jackson. Among the students who arrived Friday for spring vacation from the University of Michigan were Linda Onweller, Dan Barrett, Dick McGUl, Tom Green, Kay and Joe Taylor and Phil and Kay Kelly. Mr. and Mrs. Ed, Malarney of Highland Park will spend the week end with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. John McGill. Mr. and Mrs. Reed Smith spent the week and at their country home near Hudson. ron At least 13 more pupils are needed if the community is to have a fluoride program this summer. There are 57 signed with a minimum of 70 needed. All pre-school children and any previously missed are eligible. Mrs. Albert Helenski, Mrs. Kenneth" Lockwood and Mrs. Lee Nofzinger are area chairman. Persons interested should notify one of the leaders by April 1. Mrs. Albert Helenski and Mrs. Robert Farnham entertained with a cradle shower for the pleasure of Mrs. William Stuck, The guest of honor received many lovely gifts. HIGH POINT CHECK LANSING W) — A total of 1,744 motorists were called in for reexaminations last week after piling up 12 or more demerit points, the secretary of state's office reports. This was the largest number ever cited for exams in one week by the department's safety and enforcement division. Addison Mr. Monaweck Talks John Monaweck was the .speaker at the Kiwanis Club meeting this week. He is chairman of this area for the fund raising drive for the Tri-County Girl Scout Council. Elmer Bellinger was received as a new member by transfer from the: Blissfield Club, where he was a charter member and has eight years of perfect attendance to .his credit. The club is planning a special night at the drive- in theater for the benefit of the Addison Hospital Guild to remodel the kitchen. Attend "Local Roundup" Three Brownie leaders, Mrs. Richard Binns, Mrs. Clifford Riley, Mrs. William Murbach and five Girl Scout leaders, Mrs. Don Dennis Jr., Mrs. Stephen Upton, Mrs. Duane Walters, Mrs. Carl Trowbridge and Mrs. Merrill Hud nutt, president of the Addison Girl Scout Association, accompanied 45 Brownies and Girl Scouts to the "Local Roundup" at the Strand Theater in Tecumseh Saturday. The theater was filled to capacity with Scouts and Brownies from all areas of Hillsdale and Lenawee counties. It was called "Operation Appreciation" to Walt Nichols, theater' manager, who is publicity chairman for the drive for the new Tri-County Irish Hills Girl Scout Council. Degree Conferred Fifty members and guests of the Addison Masonic Lodge enjoyed a pancake and sausage supper at the special meeting of the Lodge Tuesday evening. The Mas ter Mason degree was conferred on Ernest Elston and Warren Rowley Jr. Work in F, C. degree las been planned for the meet ing April 5. Work On Layettes The Friendly Service Group o: the Addison United church met at the home of Mrs. I. F. Fowler 'or an all day sewing meeting Thursday. Mrs. Fowler, assistec jy Mrs, Don Dennis, served luncl ;o 19 members. The ladies worked on layettes to be used in case o: an emergency. The next meeting will be at the church April 28 at 10:30 a.m. with a potluck dinner at noon. The ladies will tie quilts. To Entertain Tuesday' The Addison Woman's Club will entertain the Onsted Woman's Club Tuesday evening at 7:30, when Mrs. B. H. Growt presents 'Vacation in Hawaii." On Okinawa Pfc. Bennett E. Palmer ADDISON—Marine Pfc. Bennett E. Palmer, ward of Mr. and .Mrs. Thenon Spangle of Route 1, Addison, arrived on Okinawa for a 15- month tour of duty Feb. .14 with the Fifth Transplacement Battalion from Camp Pendleton, Calif. Ministers Wife Talks The Rollin Center W.C.T.U, met ,t the home of Mrs. Eldon Stevns Thursday with a co-operative inner enjoyed by 16 members and guests. .Mrs.- Ezra JSIeuroth f Blissfield, county president, was a guest and gave remarks, firs. Harry Davidson, wife of the Hethodist minister for the church- in the Lakeland Circuit, gave an interesting account of how and why they entered the ministry. ews Notes Mrs. A. J. McCaUum, Mrs. La/ere Townsend and Mrs. C. G. Lee -attended the potluck 'supper nd practice meeting of the Kathrine Hunt Club of the Lenawee- ilonroe County Association O.E.S. Wednesday evening at the Ma onic Hall in Onsted. The spring meeting of the Association will be t Morenci Monday, April 11. Mrs. Vellie Ostrander was a supper uest of Mr. and Mrs. John Iveron of Onsted. Mrs. Mary Haracourt was host- 3S Wednesday afternoon for the ?ownley Tea Timers Hobby Club, dessert luncheon was served nd the members worked on their roject, figurines. The next meet- ng will be with Mrs. Cecil Siting pril 27. iddison Hospital Mrs. Jack Kettle of Manitou each was admitted March 23. Howard Bellman of Pittsford ras discharged March 23. OPPOSES,TEST BAN LOS ANGELES UP! — The scl- ntist known as the father of the ydrogen bomb says the United tates would become a second- ate power if it accepted an in- efinite ban on all nuclear tests Dr. Edward Teller told a Los ingeles audience that the nation instead should seek a halt on air, urface and undersea , tests. He aid the Soviet Union could disre- ard an overall ban by under- round tests that could not be elected. Teller is director of the Univer- ty of California's radiation aboratory at livermore. Les Leggett, the Adrian Col- ege football coach, was the speaker at the Kiwanis Club Athletic Banquet Wednesday evening at the Legion Hall. Honorid guests were the Varsity cheer- eaders, the basketball players and their parents. Eugene Deuel, lasketball coach, introduced each player and spoke of his achievements during the year. POINTS FOR PARENTS By Edyth Thomas'Wallace Father: "Goodbye, I am leaving. I'm tired of waiting for you every morning. You will have to walk to school, even if you're late." Father: "I'm giving you advance notice. Starting tomorrow, if you children are not ready on time, you cannot ride to school with me." If it unfair to ehang* an habitual policy without Bivinj previous notici to those affected by it. FIRE CALL The Mor,enci fire departmenl received a call at 3 p.m. Friday when a clothes dryer caught fire at the Curtis Spear residence north of the city. Before the trucks left the station they received another call that the fire iad been extinguished by the Spear family. MORENCl NEWS Floyd Powers, Others, Honored For Long-Time Service To Legion (Persons unable to reach Mrs. Frees by telephone for the next two weeks may telephone GLad- stone 8-6575, instead.) PERSONAL NOTES Mark VanWagner of Hudson is spending several days with his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Russel Fletcher. Mrs. Elsie Meller was a dinner guest Wednesday evening of her son and wife, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Weber and son Gene at Wauseon. Miss Glade Kellogg, who is a medical patient at Toledo hospital, is much improved. She expects to be able to return home next week. Mrs. Kenneth Maddock and Mrs. Mable Shields spent Wednesday in Ann Arbor. Mrs. Loraine Eichler returned icrne Thursday evening from Flower hospital in Toledo. She underwent surgery there Monday. Mrs. Karrell Gephart, Mrs. Walter Grieder, Mrs. Clair Pennington, Miss Doris Pennington and Mrs. Elsie Meller attended he Flower Show in Toledo Thursday. Onsted By Mrs. Richard Frees For 40 years of devoted and loyal service to the American Legion, Floyd Powers was presented with a life membership from the Morenci Post Thursday night. Not to be outdone, the Legion Auxiliary also presented life memberships to five charter members who have always been and still remain active in the unit program. These were Mrs. Powers, Mrs. Beatrice Pike, Mrs. Triever_Smith, Mrs. Addie Sampson and Mrs. Mary Tyler. The presentations were made at a banquet Celebrating the 41st anniversary of the birth of the Legion and Past Commander's and Past President's Night. Mr. Powers joined the Legion as a member of the Raymond R. Sebring Post which organized in Morenci in 1920. Through the years he has held every office within the organization and was post commander on two different occasions. It was during his term as commander in 1934 that the ladies auxiliary was formed and at this time each of the members of the auxiliary who were honored joined. During these years he has lived B-B-Gun Shoot Set Sunday The • Morenci Junior Chamber of Commerce third annual "B-B- Gun Shoot" will be Sunday at 1:30 p.m. at Stair Gymnasium, Morenci area youths from seven through 15 are invited to participate. Their parents and other interested people also are invited. The contestants will be divided into four 'different age groups and trophys will be given to the winner of each. A representative of the Michigan state police -will be present to give a demonstration on the proper use of fire arms and will also show a film. Keith Etter is general chairman. BLANCHARD HOSPITAL Mrs. Ruth Felde of Grand Rapids, entered Wednesday for medical care. John Martin of Clayton was admitted Wednesday for treatment of injuries received in an accident. Donna Deline of Addison had ter tonsils and adenoids removed Friday. Mrs. Fern Little of Morenci underwent surgery Friday. Allen Gould of Morenci returned home Friday after medical care. Charles Vereecke of Morenci entered Friday for possible sur- ;ery. . i and breathed Legion and raised his family in the same manner, so it was only fitting that on this special' night each of bis seven children were present to share in the tribute paid to him. The presentation was .made by Legion Commander Richard Kelley after M-r. Powers was escorted to the front of the room by his four sons, Lynn of Temperance, Lyle of Imlay City and Lyman and Clark of Morenci. After the presentation Mr. Powers ' expressed his deep thanks for the honor bestowed upon him and introduced his other children, Mrs. Andrew Hartman of Hudson, Mrs. Richard Frees and Mrs. Jay Funk of Morenci, their husbands and his son's wives. Ladies Are Remembered Mrs. Funk, president of the auxiliary, made tlie presentation of life memberships to the ladies. Mrs. Powers was escorted by her daughter, Mrs. Hartman; Mrs. Sampson by her daughter, Mrs. George Gould of Jackson; Mrs. Smith .by her daughter, Miss Julia Smith of Adrian; Mrs. Tyler by Mrs. Frees, and Mrs. Pike by 'Mrs. Kelley. Each of the ladies thanked -the unit and then introduced the members of then- family who were present. Mrs. Sampson's sons, Richard and Jim and her daughter Mrs. Gould were present. Mrs. Smith's daughter, Julia and her son Arnold were on hand to see their mother honored. Mrs. Pike's family and Mrs. Tyler's family Mrs, Mable Shields was elected president of the Ontario Country club at the March meeting with Mrs. Carl Burk Thursday afternoon. Other new officers who will serve with Mrs. Shields in the new year are vice-president, Mrs. Harold Strayer; secretary, Mrs. John Ely and' treasurer, Mrs. John Hawkins. The meeting was conducted by Mrs. Strayer. Roll call was answered by 18 members who gave hints on decorating. Mrs. Arnold Reister, her son, Kevin and Keith Ely, were guests. Mrs. John Ferris read Lenten devotions and a daily prayer. It was. voted to give $45 to cancer and also to send Easter gifts to shut-ins. Plans were made to hold a special sewing meeting April 12 at the home of Mrs. Hugh Van Arsdalen. For the program Mrs. Harold Acker, co-hostess for the afternoon, read a paper on entertaining. Mrs. Burk read "The Friendly Cup" and Mrs. John Schmidt "Ways of Serving Soup". Refreshments were served by the host eses, assisted by Mrs. Schmidt and Mrs. Reister. PENNEY'S SEAMLESS NYLONS! FABULOUS PRICED SHEERS 2 PAIR $|00 Sizes 8V2 to 11 ... everything about .these seamless smarties fe first quality! They're sheerer than sheer "400" needle, 15 denier nylons without a seam in view. They come in springs smartest neutrals . . . seashell (medium beige) and pebble (light beige). Better hurry in for yours now! were unable to be present Nearly 90 members and guests atten'ded the dinner. Among them were nine past commanders and 11 past presidents. Each of the past presidents was presented a corsage of blue-tinted carnations and daisies on gold leaves. Other guests were Wilson H. Morrison, first zone vice commander and Mrs. Morrison of Detroit; Abe Cannon, second district alternate committeeman, and Mrs. Cannon of Deerfield; Mrs. Dorothy Neiley, second district president, Milan; Mrs. Alice Schneider, past president of the district, Tecumseh; Mrs. Lucille Euckreigle, district first vice president. Temperance; . Mrs. Goldie Watkins of Tecumseh; and Mr. and Mrs. Don Murphy of Hudson. Dr. J. A. Blanchard, Morenci city ' mayor, arrived to act as toastmaster but was called away, so it was Yale Kerby, a past commander of the post, who took over for Dr. Blanchard. The Rev. Paul Sullivan gave the invocation. Miss Karen VanValkenburg sang two lovely solos, accompanied at the piano by Miss Kay Marie Hill. Two humorous readings were given by Mrs. Hazel Johnson, a sister of Mr. Powers. For outstanding work on membership, gifts were presented to Mrs. Powers, Mrs. Smith, Mrs. Frees, Mrs Alliene Bartlett, Mrs. Lucille Pifer and Mrs, lone Wenzel. Blair Miller presented 10, 20 and 30-year cards to members of the Legion. Mr. Morrison, who addressed the group, told of the Legion's birth and of the obstacles which faced the founders. He said that its growth and achievements, its dimension and power for good during the last four decades have far exceeded the dreams of the dedicated men who were the founders. He said also that the greatest chapters of Legion history are yet to be written since the Legion has not reached its greatest destiny. The tables at which the dinner was served were cleverly decorated with blue and gold streamers and favors of miniature legion hats. The speakers table was centered with a beautiful birthday cake with the legion insignia and bearing the words ."For God and Country" 1919-1960. Small American flags and legion banners also adorned the head table. The dec; orations were in charge of Mrs' Gene Gibson. Mrs. Jacque Sproull was in charge of the dinner arrangements. NEAR TOP SCOUT RANK Richard Joy is blind and deaf and 18. He's also a Boy Scout. and despite his handicaps he is one merit badge away from . attaining scouting's highest award — Eagle scout. The Van • Nuys, Calif., teenager was born physically normal and mental- •> ly above the average child but meningitis deprived him of hear- .' ing and sight. He hopes to achieve the award this summer and ' it is believed he will be the only boy in the U.S. in his con- '_ dition to attain such a rank. At Berkeley, Calif., School for the Blind, Richard, left, poses with Ross Huckins, one of his teach- , ers. (AP Wirephoto) •:. Construction Pushed At Michigan Air Bases To Handle B52s By William Sinnott LANSING, Mich, UP) — Feverish construction is being pushed at four Michigan bases which the Strategic Air Command (SAC) is preparing to take over. Expansion of the bases is a prelude to the coming of the giant 5AC B-52s to Michigan skies in a move to boost America's retaliatory power. On April 1, Wursmith AFB near Oscoda will officially become 40th 1 Division headquarters for SAC. Sawyer AFB at Marquette and Kincheloe AFB near Sault Ste. Marie — formerly known as Kinross AFB — will come under the ;ame command. The B-52s are scheduled to be stationed at these three bases — and at Selfridge AFB near Mount Siemens — by late I960. • With,/the'B-52s and 'their- crews will "come the KC-135 strato-tank- ers which refuel the bombers aloft. Approximately 100 million dollars has been spent in the past two years to strengthen and e»< pand facilities at the four bases. Enough concrete to build 458 miles of 24-foot highway pave* ment have gone into runway extensions and aprons. The new runways must be 28 inches thick and more than two miles long to take care of the jct^ powered B-52s which fly faster; than 650 m.p.h. Britton Mrs. Walter Prill spent four days last week visiting in tha home of her brother Mr. and! Mrs. W. T. Rogers and family in Toronto, Ont. Mrs. Robert Rutherford under* went a tonsillectomy Wednesday in Herrick hospitaL Mrs. Norbert O'Hara and ehil-; dren of East Lansing are spending the week end with her parr ents, Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Brown and Mr. and Mrs. Ifcomas O'Hara of Tecumseh. Kiwanis Club Of Adrian Says... "THANK YOU" TO ALL EXHIBITORS OF THE 9th ANNUAL Manufacturers' Home and Sport Show For making the 1960 version of this fine show the greatest success of all. We Wish to Thank The Following Exhibitors ELMER KAPNICK AGENCY CAMBURN-McCORD OIL CO. ADRIAN INSULATORS ADRIAN FEDERAL SAVINGS AND LOAN ASS'N. LENAWEE CONSERVATION LEAGUE FRIDD LUMBER COMPANY ADRIAN - BLISSFIELD CONCRETE COMPANY STEVENSON LUMBER COMPANY LASSEY AND MORRIS OIL CO. WEATHERSEAL MERILLAT WOODWORKING COMPANY ADRIAN AWNINGS JOHN ABRAHAM BUILDERS SMITH LANDSCAPING MAC'S HOME IMPROVEMENT CO. GRAY FLOOR COVERING EWING PAINTERS CITIZENS GAS FUEL CO. WABJ RADIO SALVATldN ARMY HORN'S PURE OIL CO. MONTGOMERY WARD & CO. ENTERPRISE ROOFING AND SHEET METAL CO. GRINNELL'S ADRIAN HEATING COMPANY LINDSEY SOFT WATER SPIELMAN'S NURSERY AND FLOWER SHOP CULLIGAN SOFT WATER SERVICE MICHIGAN BUILDING SPECIALTIES GENERAL TELEPHONE RED CROSS JUNIOR ACHIEVEMENT COLONIAL BUILDERS DAY SWIFT HOMES NIXON-MARBRO'S ACE HARDWARE IMPERIAL IMPROVEMENT CO. KEN MOREY UPHOLSTERING PAUL'S TRAILER SALES SIMGfR S.EWING MACHINE CO. We Will See You Next Year 'At Our 1961 Home & Sports Show

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