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   Logansport Press (Newspaper) - January 31, 1962, Logansport, Indiana                                L i ijiUiil WEDNESDAY JANUARY 31 1962 THE LOGANSPORT PRESS LOGANSPORT INDIANA PAGE THREE Charge Drivers With Speeding In Rochester ROCHESTER Two Marshall county drivers were charged by city police Tuesday morning with Culver Burvia Ecklebarger 125 West Sixth Mr and Mrs Terry Walgamuth Akron are the parents of a son Mr and Mrs David See Mex ico are the parents of a daugh ter Mr and Mrs Lyman Cooper Yorktown are the parents of a daughter born Jan 26 Mr and Mrs Lester Cooper of Richland are the Paternal speeding in the school zone on Main street at street The drivers both slated to ap pear in city court Monday are Woodrow Willard 43 1 Ar gos and Mrs Mildred V Gron inger 44 Plymouth Mrs Gron ingers car was behind Willards Richard gos also i parents DRIVER FINED Russell J Luey 59 L Smiley 39 is to appear in Ar city court Monday after being charged by police with speeding on Main street at Tuesday Raymond E Neuhauser 18 Bun ker Hill Air Force Base was stop ped Tuesday and charged with having no drivers license He is to appear in Justice Carrs court Feb 12 Admissions to Woodlawn hospi tal Forrest Wiard 932 Jackson Mrs Alfred Hopper 419 East 14th Mrs Emma Walker 913 Jeffer son Dismissals Kenneth Overstreet 1801 Oak drive Harry Johnson 1 Winter Term Monday February 5th CoursQs Include Professional Accounting Secretarial Comptometer Bulletin on Request INDIANA BUSINESS COLLEGE 501 Barnes 4276 Logansport Approved for Veterans Lucerne was fined and lost his drivers license for a year after conviction in Fulton circuit court Monday for DOT Luey was arrested by city police Saturday morning on Main street Also in court Monday Donnie L Rivers 29 1017 Main pleaded to a charge of public intox ication Judge Frederick Rake siraw continued the case for sen tencing Rivers was arrested Sat urday night at the Delong conser vation clubhouse by the sheriffs department Von D Mikesell 63 South Bend brother of Mrs William Marshall 1016 Madison street died at Monday in South Bend Me morial hospital He suffered a heart attack Jan 22 A former Rochester resident he vas graduated from Rochester high school and was married to the former Retha Baker of Roch ester Also survivin gare two daugh lers three brothers and four grandchildren Services are pend ing in South Bend will Baby Robert Klinger Dies Services Today rites be held this afternoon at the IOOF cemetery Marion for baby Robert Klinger son of the Reverend Emerson and Sara Louise Nutter Klinger The child was dead at birth at Tuesday at St Josephs hospital Kokomo Record Number Of Births During Year At Memorial More babies were born and more people were admitted at Me morial hospital during 1961 than any year of the hospitalshistory according to the hospitals yearly report Although the average adult oc cupancy of the hospital increased slightly during the year from per cent to 70 per cent it was still far from the considered optimum occupancy figure of 8 per cent Herbert Fromm ad ministrator said According to Fromm Memorj Lawrence pastor of the Marion ial hospital needs to increase its Church of Christ will officiate patient days by another 10 per cent to take full advantage of its supporting services and become ANNOUNCEMLN I an efficient and economical oper tion During the year the hospital continued to expand its services and improve its plant and equip Fromm said A new service for the detection of thyroid conditions was estab lished in the laboratory A special service for the treatment of pa tients with respiratory conditions was also started During the year the hospital had some minor remodeling done An automatic sprinkler system in the attic of the original hospital wing was installed Changes were made Welcome Wagon Club Holds Guest Night Guest night was held at the re cent meeting of the Welcome Wagon Lullaby dub at the home of Carl Johnson with Mrs Zellers and Mrs David Brandt as cohostesses Guests for the evening included Mrs Mary Ann Gustin Mrs Ada Campbell Mrs Judy Dailey Mrs Mary Kesling Mrs Carolyn Mc The father is pastor of the Wai1 Laughlin and Mrs Anne ton Christian church Survivors Secretarys report and Toll call are thr parents a sister Susan Lynn anc Mrs 0 S Klinger Akron Ohio Mr andMrs Everett Nutter route 2 Marion The body is now at the Wolf funeral home here and will be taken to Marion at one oclock this afternoon The Reverend Ray DEATHS DE LONG Final services for Mrs Aletha pe Long 70 of 200 Cole street widow of Ernest De Long will be at 11 oclock Thursday morning at the Kroeger funeral home The Reverend Harry Hashberger will officiate and burial will be in the Cline cemetery Royal Center Nevada is the seventh largesi state in the Union in area but ii is the smallest state in population Your wife is right Henry When you can get an inexpensive Home Improvement Loan at The F M Bank why not remodel the kitchen ADD II IERCHAPITS LOGAHSPORT InDIAHA TWO CONVENIENT LOCATIONS Broadway at Pearl Eaitgato Plazo Branch The WEDNESDAY St Rose of Lima studv club of St Josephs church will meet at the home of Mrs Eloise Kimes 917 Cecil street at oclock this evening ri An executive board meeting will be held at the Washington school this afternoon at oclock THURSDAY The Shrine club ladies will hold a 1 oclock luncheon Thursday afternoon at the club Following the cards played be on the maternity floor to provide more semiprivate beds The Mfe chapter No During the year adult QES will elect1 officers at a sions totaled there were 591 meeting Thursday evening were given by Mrs Alvin Moore I Royal Center PTA Board Sets Date For Spring Festival The date for the annual Royal Center PTA Spring Festival was set at the Monday evening board meeting held at the grade school Pat Coleman president con ducted the session when approval was given for payment of the PTA donation for band uniforms and payment of the flasher signal now in use outside of the grade school i The treasurers account Mrs Gil Rothermel president conducted the business meeting and announcement was made of the completion of the 1961 pro jects which included the purchase of a record player for Ward 12 at the State Hospital and cash donations to Mrs Kleinmans Childrens home and the Mental Health Guidance Followingthe meeting films on cancer were shown and a game school and savings plan was he committee was asked to contact parents of grade school children who would volun teer their time to assist with the project The date for the annual PTA Spring Festival was set for Satur day evening March 24 with a supper in the school cafeteria and the festival in the grade school gymnasium Moose Women Hold was enjoyed with Mrs Gustin l winning the prize Meet 108 Attend winning the prize The next meeting will be held at the home of Mrs John Ver non 511 Tacoma Feb 22 with Dr J Carl Jones as guest speak er HOME LEAGUE SUPPER The Salvation Army Ladies Home League sponsored a family night supper and fellowship hour Monday evening at the local corps building An educational film on alcohol was shown along with a film on Glacier National Park There were 67 persons tendance in at Moosehaven and Mooseheart Anniversaries was the theme of the MidWinter conference of the Girl Scout News TROOP NO 117 The Girl Scouts of Troop 117 convened Tuesday afternoon at McKinley school with Judith Ann Hinkle president in charge The Busy Beavers patrol work ed on its towel project while the Cool Cats patrol filled out food records Taps closed the session 20 Persons Attend 20th Century Meet Seventeen members and three guests Julie Bauman Cathy Walsh and Mike Price attendedthe re cent session of the 20th Century HD club held at the home of Mrs Paul Bauman assisted by Mrs Harris Lease The meeting was opened by Mrs Dee St Clair who led sing ing Mrs Don Bonnell president led the creed and pledges after which Mrs Richard Thomas read two poems Just a Housewife and One for devotions Mrs St Clair read the history of the song of the month and led singing and roll call was answer Tipton PTA Board Names Committee Plans Activities A committee for the candy sale was named and a discussions were held on coming activities by the Executive Board of the Tipton PTA when it convened Tuesday afternoon at the school gymna sium Mrs B R Williams president conducted the session when the date for the candy sale to be held at the school was set for Friday afternoon Feb 16 Ap pointed on the candy sale com mittee were Mrs Williams Mrs Elizabeth Gish Mrs Juanita Watson Mrs Betty Fellers Mrs Mary Siddall Mrs Betty Murphy Mrs Marilyn Gale and Mrs Betty live births days of patient care totaled patient days there were xray procedures laboratory determinations emergency room visits surgical operations physical therapy treatments meals were served to patients According to the report the hos pital was able to improve its cash position during the year The report stated that by with holding the purchase of needed capital improvements and having a good collection experience dur ing the latter part of the year the hospital was able to build upfunds in its operating account Addition al funds in this account will en able the hospital to pay its bills promptly and take advantage of quantity buying and purchase dis counts The hospital received in patient charges during the year The direct expense for the year totaled The Mary Dykeman Guild pre sented the hospital with a Cardiac Pacemaker for the surgical suite an oxygen tent and funds for the airconditioning of a delivery room at 7 oclock at the community building The Deer Creek OES chapter will convene Thursday evening at members are urged to attend as officers will be elected RACHEL LARSON FETED Maj and Mrs Frank Larson fc South Third street enter me cunicience ui LUC Women of the Moose featured IfdI with slogans from members Sunday afternoon at the Moose initials home Mrs Merlin Funk presented the There were 10S persons in at1962 budget which was accepted tendance including 16 College of Regents in caps and gowns Lois Laymon explained the top ic of this years conference theme Refreshments were served during a social hour following the meeting Collegian Mina Frier of Peru was invested with a red stole by collegian Mary Bauer investing j officer assisted by collegians Lulu Weakman and Lois Laymon The initiation ceremony was ex emplified by the Elwood chapter tained Saturday afternoon in hon or of their daughter Rachel who marked her twelfth birthday Guests went bowling then re turned to the Larson home for re freshments and favors The safety lesson on winter driv ing was given by Mrs Paul Bau man Mrs Bonnell reported on the Council meeting and urged all members to attend the cancer clinic which is one of the countys goals for the year Mrs Don Schnapf first vice president of the county will be a guest at the May meeting Mrs Al Hunter vicepresident led discussion for program planning The collect was repeated after I which contests were enjoyed with with three candidates being adMrs Bill St Clair and Mrs John milted to the defending circle The next MidWinter conference will be held at Elwood and Moosehaven Day on March 25 j Price winning Refreshments were served A few tribes in Netherlands New will be held at Kokomo I Guinea still practice cannibalism It was announced that the pu pils of the fourth fifth and sixth grades will present an operetta in May An epic on Abraham Lincoln it was written and will be directed by Mrs Janet Nagle The PTA renewed its sponsor ship of Cub Scout Pack No 317 Al Cowley is chairman of the Pack and Jim Bard is Cub mas ter The charter will be renewed in March The Pack is in need of Den Mothers and those wishing to become one may contact either Al Cowley or Jim Bard It was stated that reservations may still be made for the PTA Councils Founders Day banquet set for Feb 15 at the Ninth street Christian church Tickets may be obtained from Mrs Floyd Murphy Enrique Quintana will be the guest speaker The date for the athletic ban quet was set for March 13 at 6 at the school gymnasium The PTA will furnish ham bread and coffee for the supper with Mrs Betty Ellars and Mrs Edna Watson as chairmen in charge Those attending are to bring a wellfilled basket and table service for their family A film on the 500 mile race will be shown by John Mummert If youre one of the millions of car owners who should get their cars serviced this week heres good news Richardsons ANNUAl February Special DRAPES OFF See how wonderful GentleClean cleans your draperies fresher and brighter than ever before See how our custom pressing finishes each fabric perfectly according to its particular needs This February get the bargain prices Call 3333 or come to 608 Broadway Mrs Aletha De long Dies At Columbus Services Thursday Rites for Mrs Aletha De Long 70 of 200 Cole will be at 11 Thursday at the Kroeger funeral home Rev Harry Hashberger will officiate and burial will be in Cline cemetery Royal Center Mrs De Long died at Monday at the home of her daugh ter Mrs Hervie bus Ohio She was born Nov 2 1881 the daughter of William and Mary Smith Huston Her marriage was to Ernest De Long who died Jan 21 1961 Surviving are two daughters Mrs Cochran and Mrs Charles Bills Columbia City a son Ever ett Lewisburg 18 grandchildren 11 greatgrandchildren and sev eral nieces and nephews Friends may call at the funeral home Red Cross Class In Baby Care To Begin Here In February A Red Cross class in baby care for expectant mothers and fathers will begin here in mid February according to Mrs Alice Sayger executive secretary of the local Red Cross chapter The class has never been offer ed here before Final arrange ments for the class are to be made at a meeting Friday The instructors all registered nurses will be Mrs Harry Stewart Mrs George William son and Miss Gladys Brandt Anyone interested in the class may contact the Red Cross office to register Mrs Sayger also reported that an orientation for new Gray Ladies to serve at any local hos pital or in Operation Friendship at nursing homes will be held on Feb 21 and 22 Anyone calling the Red Cross office may receive a Gray Lady application through the mail Mrs Sayger said NAMES CHANGED SANTO DOMINGO Dominican Republic AP Sixtythree schools named for the Trujillo family which dominated Domini can affairs through three decades have been renamed by order of the new government styling and performance leader of the fullsize cars Ford eliminates 10 out of12 service stops required by most cars in a class by itself right between compacts and big cars In a 1962 Ford Galaxie or Fairlane you can go all only tivo stops for service This revolutionary new twice ayear maintenance only in the cars from Ford from the nagnagnag of monthaftermonth servicing See Its the biggest thing thats happened to cars since Ford introduced the 12month or See your Ford Dealer start saving time and money with the convenience of tiviceayear 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