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Herald Press, The (Newspaper) - May 11, 1961, Saint Joseph, Michigan THE HERALD-PRESS, ST. JOSEPH, HIGH. Tuition Scholarship Award Winner KCs Meet June 8-9-10 At Mackinac Michigan Knljhti ot Colum- bia will hold their list annual convention June 1-8-10. In the Qrtnd Hotel on Macklnac Is- luid. according to Alfred W. Lyons of K.lamizoo, state dtp- utjr. who preside John A Ftiher. Detroit, itate isecretary general chairman of the conrentlon arrangements, U arranging housing for tome 600 delegates, offlclali and guests In half that many rooms aTallable In the contention ho- tel This will be the 10th annual i convention on the ttland In the 16th In Twenty of the 1U local council the Rescue Teams Seek Bodies In Plane Crash .ALGIERS, Mir tl (fl-Reicui todj, the persons to their death. Five American! were among the dead It hoped that desert ip lilliti could locate nomacU who wltneued the end of the Air luper-coiutellatlon early ,h. on'f clufi jar were the Hut radio metsage from the plane 10 m. .hlch reported all wu and the lightlnf MOSt French Mldler Of .Whit htve a i plunging touard the land BONNIE LIPSCOMB NEW BUFFALO. May 11 Pnnclpal Slanlfj A Sosnouskl of New Bullala high school an- nounced todi) that Uonnle Jean Lip-comb, the daughter of Mr i L Marquetle. Mill be the hut pre- late, and will be celebrant of the Pontifical Mass In the hotels auditorium, tempor- arily converted for the occasion due to the restricted capacity of the Wands historic SAnnes He uill be assisted u.. late yesteiday. Club 20 Awards Bridgman Boy A Scholarship EGBERT MENDENALL BRIDOMAN. May 11-Robert Mendenall, the ion of Mr. and In a desolate area known "11' from Club 20 of Bridgman, a Jun- club and a membei the Michigan State Federation anded near the ot Women', dubs tuition scholarship anard from the, Michigan Business Schools Association to the school of her choice, which Is the Twin City Business college of Ben- ton Harbor. During her high school years. Bonnie lias been a member of the National Honor Society, a member of the Future Home- makers of America, having .erved as historian, treasurer and secretary of that organization, and was also program chairman of the junior-senior prom last year. Bonnie Is a member of St. Johns Evangelical and Reformed church of New Buffalo As to her future plans, she expects to enroll In the execu- tive secretarial course at the business school and plans to be- come a private secretary. Queit fpeaker for the conven- banquet will be the Honor- able Francis J Heazel, Ashe- vlUe. N C, supreme treasurer of the Knights ot Columbus Honored guest of the state vide area The dead Included Mrs. Alan Lukens of Wyomlssing, Pa., wife of tin the tliur three small children, and _ Lukens' mother, Mrs Edward C deputy s dinner. will be Past LukMU> of Philadelphia State Deputy Edward J Barrett. Mrs Alan Luken> nyln, to Europe for the birth of her fourth child Air France first reported that ty first offered to finance the 69 persons were aboard the plane, schools' annual maintenance then that there mere 79 After costs another check the figure was put Highlighting the convention at 78 business sessions will be detailed The plane was enroute from award Is being offered for the first time this year. It takes the place of five 110 awards made the past three years to five out- standing students Throughout high school. Robert hai earned high Saglnaw. pioneer of the Knlg.hU' sponsorship of of Mich- Igan since 1315. when the tocie- reviews of the last 16 years of Brazzaville, capital of the former Intensive Interest and financial French Congo, to Paris It had support of Boysville. during made one stop, at Fort Lamy, which period the K. of C mem- Chad bers have made voluntary con-i The plane was slightly off trlbutlons nearing the million course when It went down It and a half dollar mark A con- should have been flying north- tlnuance of these donations Is west from Edjele toward Mar- i assured settle but the wreckage Indicated The convention will conclude the pilot had taken a northeast- HIs grade average is an "A-" Robert Is president of the Fred erlck C. Reed chapter of the Na- tional Honor Society, president o the senior class, a member of the student council, a member of the varsity club, a member of the high school band, and has alsc played basketball and baseball on the school teams The Club 20 scholarship will be used at Benton Harbor Commun Ity college where Robert has been accepted He plans to major In mechanical engineering. Ah- most ezpertenced men The investigation team pene- trating the desert was led by Maurice Bellonte. French Civil While Dr Willis Carrier Is credited with the Invention of with the annual election of state erly direction after passing over Aviation Director. With him were modern air-conditioning in 1902.' council officers for 1961-62. Leonardo da Vinci created a water-driven fan to ventilate the boudoir of his patron's wife about 400 years earlier. Edjele i experts to seek landing sites for i It as a bright, starlit night planes big enough to bring out The first school boy safety and the weather was perfect The the bodies Otherwise a land ex- patrol m America originated In pilot, a senior captain with 13.000 pedition will have to be sent from i Columbus, Ohio. hours of flight time, was one of j Edjele MONTGOMERY WARD 209 State St. St. Joseph Ph. YU 3-2595 why use 2 coats... does the job! S.M ttAL ma, IMMIOVID 4 98 ond Coirfoim iW oH. Self- deeming white hoi titanium pigment fill t OAL. OKI-COAT FLOOR PAINT Oft Moon or outdoors on weed, metal, eomreto. Mor-resistonl. QUART, regUorty 1.89.......U4 DWV mtmWn 4 4.98 GAL. ODORLESS ONE-COAT LATEX FLAT WALL PAINT Rainbow of colors! Dries in 30 minutes. Scrubbable. Wash brushes in water. SINGLE GALLON. .4.4S 6.98 GAL. ONE-COAT SATIN SEMI-GLOSS WALL ENAMEL Non-toxic, alkyd-oil base. 20 most wanted colors and white. Qt. in 2-qt. lot 1.79 Single qt. 2.19 88c PoM fatter, Miitr. 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