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l[ Page 2 Thursday, April 17, 2014 .... .~ i~i~ ?!,iiiii~,~!iiiii~!~iiiiii~i~iiiii~iiiiiiii~iiiiiiiiiiiiiilli~:~ .... Robert "Bob" L. Weaver Robert "Bob" L. Weaver, 78, of Royal Center passed away at 10:05 a.m., Saturday, April 12, 2014 at St. Vincent's Hospital in Indianapolis surrounded by his loving family. Born on September 12, 1935 in Royal Center, he was the son of the late Clarence and Claris (Rodgers) Weaver. On December 2, 1956 he married Phyllis Bucks, she survives. He was a 1954 Royal Center High School graduate. Bob was a lifelong farmer and he was formerly employed at Farm Bu- reau for 10 years and he retired from Nipsco in 1996 after 26 years. He attended Royal Center United Methodist Church. Bob enjoyed bowling and especially helping his children, grandchildren and great grandchildren with their 4-H Fair projects over the years. Survivors include his wife, Phyllis J. Weaver of Royal Center, sons, Dale Weaver (Loft) and Jeffrey Weaver (Tonya) all of Royal Center, brother, William Weaver (Beverly) of Royal Center, sister, Dorothy Garr of Ft. Wayne, grandchildren, Natasha Juniper (George), Dale Weaver, Jr. (Callie), Brent Weaver, Brittany Weaver and Robert Weaver and great grandchildren, Brooke Weaver, Bailey Weaver, Addisyn Ju- niper, Mason Juniper and Carter Wayne Weaver Carmichael and Gray- see Weaver. He is also survived by several nieces and nephews. He was also preceded in death by sister, Marjorie Bohm. Services were at 10:30 a.m., Wednesday, April 16, 2014 at Harrison- Metzger-Rans Funeral Chapel with Kevin K.iser officiating. Visitation was from 3 to 8 p.m., Tuesday, April 15, 2014 at the funeral home. Burial was at Kistler Cemetery. Memorial contributions may be made to the Cass County 4-H Fair Association. Please sign the online guestbook or leave a condolence for the Weaver family at www.ransfuneralhomes.com. RCUMC Food Pantry Now Open The Food Pantry at RCUMC is NOW open for those in need. The hours for the food pantry will be 9am - 1 lam on the second Tuesday of each month. If you can not make the time you may call 643-9300 for an appointment for someone to meet you at church. Please use the side door on South Street. Narcotics Anonymous Meeting in RC Beginning Thursday, Nov. 7th the Royal Center UMC will host a Nar- cotics Anonymous meeting every other Thursday evening. The meet- ing will begin at 6:00 pm at the Administrative offices of the Royal., Center UMC located at 100 Kramer Street, Royal Center, IN. 46978. (previously the Royal Center medical building) Anyone needing help over coming their addictions are welcome to at- tend this meeting facilitated by Deb Moss. For more information con- tact Jenny at 574-643-9300. Port-A-Pit Chicken/Pork Chop Dinner A Port-A-Pit Chicken/Pork Chop Dinner will be held Friday, April 25th at the Community State Bank parking lot from ll:00am - 7:00pm. The dinners are $8.00 each and include chicken or 12 oz. pork chop, slaw and chips. Pit-tatoes are available for $3.00. Canned pop will be available for purchase as well. Carry-outs only. The dinner is sponsored by the Royal Center-Cline-Kistler Ceme- tery Association to raise funds for the upkeep of the three cemeter- ies. Pioneer Days The Royal Center Lions are working on the plans for Pioneer Days ' 2014 which will be held on Friday, June 13, and Saturday, June 14. In addition to the annual parade on Saturday at 4:00 p.m. and the meals each evening, the Antique Tractor Pull is scheduled for Friday night and the Garden Tractor Pull is scheduled for Saturday. Times and addi- tional events will be announced in the coming weeks. The Lions are looking for parade entries and local food and/or game booths. Please call 643-9914 with questions or suggestions to help make this an enjoyable event for all. 82 Year Old Farmer 1 Owner Needs Repairs Make An Offer Happy Birthday Vic Sell Front Your Family Blood Drive Opportunities As the snow melts and spring rains bring fresh flowers, green grass, and warmer weather, the American Red Cross encourages area resi- dents to be a part of change, too. Spring is about rejuvenation and research studies shoW that ther in- The Centre Record April 18 - April 24 "THE ROYAL CENTRE RECORD" (USPS 472320)is pub!ished every Thursday at 102 S. Chicago St, PO. Box 638, Royal Cenler, IN 46978, Periodical postage paid at Royal Center, iN 46978. POSTMASTER: Send aadress changes to The Royal Centre Record, P,O, Box 638, Royal Center IN. Phone (574)643-3165, Fax (574)643-9440, The publisher small not be liable for damages arising out of errors in adverhements beyond the amount paid for space actually occupied by that portion of the advertisement in which the error occurred, whether such error is due to the negligence of the publishe(s servants or otherwise, and there shall be no liability for non.insertion of any advertisement beyond the amount paid for such advertisement, Display Advedising Deadline: Noon Monday, News Deadline: Noon Tuesday. Newsstand ........................................ $.50 Roya[ Cenlre Rec rd Management - SUBSCRIPTION RATES- - ........ Ptlbiisher..i .................. _..Lau/a L. Morrical ,, r~ i / Payabie in ad~'ance M~na~ng Ed~ or ............ Rache E Cadsoa Cass CoL~n~ t Year$25.00 Sports Editor ................ .............. Deb-Carlson Out oiCounty { Year$30.00 Office ,,anager ..................... ar:Cadson Out oi State I Year$35.00 P.O. Box 638. Royal Center. IN 46978 Phone (574)643-3i65 Fax i57 )643-9440 crease in temperature is a major mood booster. "The need for blood remains constant, especially as the weather becomes warmer," said Tracy Fox, spokesperson for the American Red Cross Indiana- Ohio Blood Services Region. "A single blood donation can save more than one life, so as the sea- son changes, allow some change within yourself by getting into the habit of donating blood." While spring lasts for a few months, donating blood only takes a fraction of that time; the actual donation process only takes about 8 -12 minutes. A healthy donor can donate red blood cells every 56 days and platelets can be given every 7 days, but no more than 24 times in one year. According to Fox each weekday, the Indiana- Ohio Blood Services Region needs to have at least 500 blood donors to help meet the need of patients in the hospitals we serve. "Strong donor turnout in April and May can give us good mo- mentum into summer. And with only eight percent of eligible indi- viduals donating blood each year, there's great potential for solid collections during spring." com- mented Fox. Approximately 38% of the U.S. population is eligible to donate blood. But only eight percent of those eligible - or three percent of the general population - donates blood each year. Every day, patients across the U.S. need an average of 44,000 units of red blood cells. That's about 16-million donations trans- fused to 5 million patients each year. UPCOMING AMERICAN RED CROSS BLOOD DRIVES IN YOUR AREA: Cass CQunty: Taste Of Cass County The date has been set for the ninth annual Taste of Cass County, brought to you by Logan's Landing. The festival will take place on Sat- urday August 9th starting at 5 pm in downtown Logansport, and fea- tures great food and family-friendly fun. Enjoy live music throughout the evening, as well as food and drink from local vendors. The Kids Komer will offer games and prizes for youngsters. For businesses and organizations seeking a great PR opportunity, many different levels of sponsorship are available for the 2014 Taste of Cass County. Contact the Logan's Landing office at 574-722-9345 or lldirector@logansland'mg.com for all the details. This Week At Pioneer April 17 JV Baseball @ Winamac 4:30 Varsity Golf vs. Knox @ PHS 4:30 Varsity Baseball @ Rochester 5:00 Varsity Softball @ Twin Lakes 5:00 Jr. High Track @ North White 5:30 April 18 Elementary Students Council Popcorn Day Varsity Track @ Southwood Relays 5:00 Elementary Progress Reports Issued April 19 Boys Varsity Golf@ Twin Lakes Invite 8:30 a.m. Varsity Baseball @ West Central 10:00 Varsity Softball @ North Miami 10:00 April 21 JV Baseball vs. Lewis Cass @ PHS 4:30 Boys Varsity Golfvs: West Central @ PHS 4:30 Varsity Softball vs. Winamac @ PHS 4:30 HS Class Officer Elections April 22 Earth Day Varsity Track vs. North White @ PHS 4:30 Jr. High Track vs. Columbia @ PHS4:30 JV Baseball vs. Clinton Central @ PHS 5:00 Academic Super Bowl Contest @ Area Contest April 23 Wednesday Night School 3:00-6:00 Varsity Baseball vs. North Miami @ PHS 5:00 April 24 JV Baseball vs. Culver Academy @ PHS 5:00 Varsity Boys Golf vs. Rossville @ PHS 5:00 Varsity Softball vs. Delphi @ PHS5:00 Varsity Track @ Maconaquah 5:00 April 25 Community Service/Physical Projects Due for Seniors Elementary Convocation - "Magic Show" 6th Grade Officer Elections 2:00 April 26 Varsity Baseball vs. Tri-County @ PHS 10:00 a,m. JV Baseball vs. Delphi @ PHS 10:00 a.m. Varsity Softball @ Plymouth/Whiting 10:00 a.m. Varsity Track @ Eastern Relays 10:00 a.m. Band @ ISSMA Organizational Contest son Chrysler Dodge Jeep on the showroom floor, located at 417 S. 3rd Street in Logansport. This blood drive is held in memory of Kathy Dingo. i!ili!!ii!!!/ !! j ~ : ! i~!~ ~i!/)i!ii!!!~i~!!i!!!~i~!!!!!i!i!!!!!i!i!i p.m.Wednesday, Apriluntil 8 p.m. at Mike23 frOmAnder_3 By: Mary Carlson The recipe for this week was taken from the April 20, 1934 issue of the Royal Centre Record. It appears just as it was printed in the RCR. Mrs. Clara B. Wagner, of Rural Route 5, south of here, has just been awarded a Certificate of Recipe Endorsement by Better Homes & Gar- dens for her recipe, "Cornstarch Sugar Cookies." 2 cupsful of sugar 1 cupful of butter 2 eggs 1 cupful of sour cream 1 teaspoonful of soda 1 c cornstarch 2 1A cupsful of flour teaspoonful of salt Cream the butter and sugar. Add the eggs and beat smooth then add the sour cream in which the soda has been dissolved. Sift the corn- starch, flour and salt together and add to the above mixture, mixing to a stiff batter. Drop by rounding spoonsful onto a greased cooky sheet. Bake in a moderate oven (375-400 degrees) until delicately browned. Makes 5 dozen cookies. Mary Max Cinemas Logansport 3910 Lexington Rd. next to Walmart :::;:'*' Transcendence (PG13), Heaven is for Real (PG), Oculus, (R), Rio 2 in 2D & 3D (G), Capt. America: Winter Soldier (PG13) For Showtimes, call 574-516-6945 or visit marymaxcinemas.com Friday, April 18th - Cheese Stuffed Breadstick, Marinated Black Bean Salad, Celery and Carrot Sticks w/Dip, Pineapple, Milk/OJ Monday, April 21 st - Breaded Chicken Patty on Bun, French Fries, Coleslaw, Peaches, Milk/OJ Tuesday, April 22nd - Turkey and Gravy, Mashed Potatoes, Green Beans, Roll/Butter, Fruit, MitWOJ Wednesday, April 23rd - Ham and Cheese on Bun, Goldfish Crackers, Red and Green Peppers w/Dip, Mandarin Oranges, Snickerdoodle Cookie, Milk/OJ Thursday, April 24th - Soft Taco w/Salsa and Sour Cream, Corn Chips, Re- fried Beans, Lettuce and Tomoatoes, Peaches, Milk/OJ Friday, April 25th - Pizza Strip, Cottage Cheese, Pineapple, Milk/OJ Sponsored by Community State Bank Royal Center 643-9555 Realtors: Steve Schwering Rachel (Scott) Henry Susie Oliver