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LEOALS COMMISSIONERS COUBT ALLOWANCES The following ftUowutM htv* been made by the Board of County CommtiK sio&ert at their special session, November 15, 1954. Clifford Lineback, £W., Election Board Member 200.00 Ch*lmer Denny. Same 200.00 John McCann, Same 200.00 Clifford Lineback, Sal., Canvass- Ing Board ".00 ................... Chmlmer Dmnr. Samt ......... 60.00 John McCann, Same ........... 60.00 Jennie C. Bwcher. Sal.. Cler. Assistant, Canv. Board ...... Wayne Croddy, San*. .......... L«o Klein, Samt .............. NwE. Nulf, Sam* .......... BaJlk Robert*. Saint ......... V*ra Boark. Sal., Cler. Assist., Election Board .............. Dora Marie Allison, Sal.. Cler.. Asst. Part Time, Reg. of Voters Martha Kidd, Same ............ Pauline McGowan. Same ...... Howard Strong, Fees, Reg. and Transf., Deputies ............ 10.80 1-3 50.00 «0.00 60.00 50.00 80.00 80.50 56.00 66.00 17.50 1.50 8.10 32.40 5.30 7.00 3.60 2.00 3.30 3.SU 10.60 6. oil 4.00 11.00 2.50 14.50 .SO 4.30 9.10 2.50 2.40 10.30 -4.40 £.10 .50 5.00 1.10 3.80 5.40 5.10 3.30 4.5 7.7 2.8 6.7 1.6 2.4 2.1 7.4 Juanita Burns, Same Ann Summer*. Pam* Burton Lambert, Same Ralph D. WUlouchby. Same .. Charles Brown. Same Goldia Hart. Same William Walker, Same Eitella Heln, Same Gladys Caylor, Same Cecil iitonebrttker. Same Martha Ann Beaver. Same .... Thelma P. Gibson, Same Daniel Chegar, Same Catherine Lyons, Same Elizabeth Burnette, fame Mary Springer, Same Kay Dieden, Same Gladys B. Hamlin. fame William Brown, tame Ruby L. Miller. Same Guy G. MaEt. Same Pauline McGowan, Same Bettie Luca«. Same Harold E. Rayl, Same Mary Lou Kraner, Same Frances Ballantine, Same Fannie May Hummer, Same ... Raymond Flora, Same J. Frank Calvin. Same Harold Ware, toame Beverly Mason, Same Nellie Mummert, Same Dixie Eubankf. Same Grace Mclntosh. Same Charles Hall, tame Clayton Wood. Same Martha Brehob. Same Joseph E. McGowan, Sam* Osa Kraner, Same Emma Harrison, Same Eva Kellar, Same Betty Whitehead, Same , Mamie Pavey, Same , Bonnie Ham, Same , Nettie Wood, Same Daphne Fenn. Same Vernia Kirkman, Same , Gertrudt Fain, Same Sue Massa, Same Ruby Ware. Sama Everett B. Raines, Same Raymond Owens, Same Nellie Luellen, Same , Alice West. Same Elmer Wilcox, Same Zum» Marquis, Same Thelma Stanley, Same L. W. Kemr-er, Same Walter Wilson, fame Myron Christie, Same Brie* Williams, Same Virginia Scott, Same Edna Gibson, Same Blanche Etter, Same Pansy L. Wood. Same Leo Cross, Same Lewis Morrison, fame Freeda Shinier. Same Marguerite LaDow, Seme Orval P. Kuntz. Same Ethel Thompson, Same William C. Cameron, Same Fred McClung, Same John Waits, Same Mary R. Nicklaus, fame Irene Hernell, Same Lewis H. Poe, Same V«ne H. Conwell. Same June Fleming:, Same Mable O'Donnell. Same Irene Irwin, Same Robert Pohlman, Same Glen R. Ritchey. Same DeLos D. fpraker, Same Kobert H. Thatcher, Same Dwipht Robbins, Same Walter Korba, Same Helen Beckom, Same Ruth Ward, Same Eva M. Newlin, Same Cynthia Martin, Same Helen B. HollingEworth, Same .. Lewis Thompson, fame Kathleen Maher. Same Paul C. Heck, Same Wayne Powell, Same Bur Pence, Same Russell Bagwell, Same Amos Saul, Same Virginia Kaufman, fame Eva Kratzer. Same Madelyn Lamb. Same Paul Duncan, Same Clarence Bagwell, £"ame Wanda Caldwell, Same Vonita Willits, Same Barton Shanks, Same Frey Reser, Same Ben Tucker, Sa-me Delori's Saul, Same Fern Stevens, Same Dorothy E. Utterback, Same .. Glenn F. Reed, Same Ernest Fenn, Same Ethel Tracy. Same John Hannah. Same C. O. Johns, Same Quentin March, Same Edriii Bender, Same Virgil Hickman, Same „,, Alice Sellers, famo 16.7C Clifford Lineback, Comm. and Trans., election board 15 S^ Joseph J. Stratton, Same 163.80 Clifford Lineback. Mileage, Elec. Board 10.4Q Kinney Transit Lines, Comm. and Trans., Same Beckley Typewriter Co., Op. Exp.. Same Printcraft Printing Co., Same .. Armstrong - Lnndon Company, Properties, Same Juanita R. Burns, ferv. Elec. Pr. Offr., General Inspector Ann Mattox, Same, Judge Velma Goudy, Same Gladys. Gollner, fame, Clerk .. Barbara Smith, Same Robert Martin, Same, Sheriff .. Ben f chick, Same Ethel Wilkinson, Meals for Election Officers Mrs. Opal Wimmer. Serv. Elec. Pr. Offr., General Inspector 12 Mrs. Martha Sharp, Same, Judge Mrs. Dorothy Land. Same Mrs. Hazel Fowler, Same, Clerk Mrs. Drusilla Spureeon, Same .. Mrs. Perry Thomas, Same. Sher- Mrs. Ira Land, Same Mrs. Ann Summers, Same, Rent Ethel Wilkinson, Meals. Election Officers Newell Savage, Serv. Elec. Prl Offr.. General Inspector 19 ... Blanche Etter, Same, Judge . Edna Dillon, Same Rose Mary Koontz, fame, Clerk VernnI Fuller, Same Alfred Lee Anderson, Same Sher- Raymond Dillon, Same*!!! Riley P.T.A., Same, Ktint .. Ethe] Wilkinson, Meals, Election Officers Irene Rice, Serv. Elec. Pr. Offr* General Inspector 21 Anna Williams. Same. Judge""* HiJdred McCarter. fame ". Edith Shively, Same, Clerk LEQALS Majnard C. Loroni. Same Eatherlene Johnton. Iff Cuae, 8her- Venus Page, Same ............ Kenneth Gregory, Kent, Same . . Betty Hall. Mtaja for Election Officer* ..................... Rar Dieden, Stnr. Elec. Pr, OUT., General Inapector 22 .. Mary Coon, Same, Judge ...... Mary E. Springer, Same ....... Garnet HughM, Same. Clerk ... Grace Ltc. £am« .............. Nellie Holderith, Same, Sheriff. Agnes Doran, Samt ....... Clifford Williamson, Same, IJeali for Elec.. Offr ........ Ret* Brown, Serv. Elee. Pr. Offr., General Inspector 25 .. Elltabeth Cloaion. Same, Judge Grace Meinzer. ?*me .......... Alice Charch, Same. Clerk ..... Katherine Hannon. Same ...... Mildred Fisher, Same, Sheriff .. Louis Hamlin. Smmt .......... Grace Meinzer. Same, Rent . . C. R. Williamson, Same, Meals for Elee. Offr ...... I .......... Laura Brock, Serv. Elee. Pr. Offr., General Inspector 26 . . Mayme Pickering, Same, Judge. Marie Buechner, Same ........ 1.00 Willett* McKee. Same, Clerk .. Carnetta Heavilin, Same ..... Guy C. Mast. Same, Sheriff ..... •y CHAKUES KUHN IDMA.TH' _ JB5ENT Mi OUT TGET A PICTURE O' Jessie Fraling, Same Claude Ray, Same, Rent C. R. Williamson. Same, Meals for Elec .' ;. V. Reed, Serv. Elec. Pr. Offr.. General Inspector 27 .. Bettie B. Lucas, Same, Judge ... 11.00 t.oo 9.00 15.00 18.00 10.00 12.00 12.00 12.0t 12.00 9.00 9.00 21.00 20.00 12.00 12.00 12.00 12.00 9.00 9.00 15.00 :i.oo Haul Baer, Same, Meals for 20.00J El. Bd ......... ............ 12.00,T»]ice Fulwider. Serv. Elee. Pr. 12.00 12.00 12.00 9.00 9.00 N F .r RUN WITH TH 1 STORY OF 1 'OU HELPING T CATCH TH'J BURGLAR LAST NIOHT.'/' WEU..THIS IS NOT ONE O* , MY MOST RECENT PHOTOS... I LEQALS 21.00 20.00 12.00 12.00 Helen Earl," fame, Clerk 12.00 . Offr., General Inspector-SS . Florence Pickerinu, Same, Judge Thelma Clark. Same .......... Lela Hardy, Same. Clerk ...... Neva Conley, fame ............ 15.00 iHsrley Lee, Same, Sheriff ---Golda Clymcr, Same , 2.10 Clyde Maya, Jr., Same Don C. Mayfield, Same Juanita Fowler, Same, Sheriff M. E. Click (Markland Cafe). Same, Meals for EL Bd LeRoy W. Kemper, Jr.. Serv. Elec. Pr. Offr., General, la spec tor-55 Nina Beatty, Same, Judge .... , .SO Rhoda Nolan. Snme 9.20 j Khoda Nolan, Same, Rent ..... 3.20 St. Elizabeth Guild (Grace Becker, Treas.), Elec. Bd 12.OOJ Myrtle Cragun, Same 9.00 Nellie Van DenBark, fame, Clerk ' 9.00' Myra Lyon, Same 15.00.Ruby Cole, Same, Sheriff .... ' Francis L. Cole, Same Mabel Bodkin, Meals, El. Bd... 21.00 20 00 12*00 LEQALS Newman Hill, Same, Judge Elmer Wataon. Same Nora Pearl Clerk Earlywini, Same. Ruth Ward, Sam* Russell Cook, Same. Sheriff .. Walter Michael, Sama Ruth Ward, fame. Rent Mrs. Mildred Shuck, Same, Meals for EI. Bd Earl J. Butler. Serv. El. Pr. Offr., Geheral-Inspeetor-Honey Creek 2 Mary C. Padgett. Same, Judff* CeHa Coplen, Same Nellie Darby, Same. Clerk Katheryn G. Roode. Same V. W. Kenworthy, Same. Sheriff . .90 Jack H. Kraner. Eerv.. Elec. Pr. 3.3U| Offr., General Inspector 29 .. Mae Spradlinc, Same, JudKe ... Mary E. Kelly, Same .......... , Lily J. Perkins. Same, Clerk ... 2. 00 1 Margaret E. Mock, Same ....... 2. UO Catherine Deets. Same, Sheriff.. Pauline Weida. Same 21.00 12-.00 - - _ - !*> oo Chas. Leap, Same 0 Am - Le ffi° n P° st 412, Same, O. Fisher, Trens., Lynn Mildred Cardwell. Serv. Elee. Pr. 9.00 28.00 Kokomo Grain & feed Co., 9.00 9.00 . <-90| Same. Rent «-S" : St. Elizabeth Guild (Grace Bech- 1.301 er , Treas., Same, Mealu for 2. SO Elec. Bd .................... 1-31). Frances J. Ballantine. Serv 12.00 12.00 9.00 9.00 2.9 7.3 2.1 1.3 16.8 4.2 11.8 2.1' ll.H 1.31 7.61 7.51 1.71 2.1C 4.41 2.51 4.41 1.6( 6.11 1.5< 4.10 4.10 .30 3.40 .30 4.00 2.80 2.40 .10 1.00 .90 2.40 .80 .90 6.30 1.90 4.90 3.20 .90 1.50 2.30 4.70 2.10 1.90 1.60 1.70 .60 299.00 12.00 12.00 12^00 12 00 9^00 9 00 12.00 12.00 12.00 9.00 9.00 15.00 20.00 12.00 12.00 12.00 12.00 9.00 9.00 15.00 28.00 20.00 15.00 26.00 Elect. Pr. Offr., General Inspector 37 Edward G. Ridoux. Same, Judge Everett M. Kerby. Same Eula B. Liffhtfoot. Same, Clerk. Mary E. Poppas, Same 12.00 Marguerite Barncrover, S a m « Sheriff Marguerite P. Walker, fame ... Mary H. Lewis. St. Andrew's Episcopal Church. Same, MeaU Otto A. Bassett. Serv. Elec. Pr. Offr., General Inspector 14 .. Eva Flora, Same, Judge Jennie M. Baker, Same Maude Eno. Same. Clerk Helen M. Horoho, Same .%. Leslie F. Leasure, Same, Sheriff Mrs. Marie Til ley. Same Mrs. Martha Gilbert. Same, Rent Mrs. Martha Gilbert, Same, Meals Sareta Bradway, Serv. Elec. Pr. Offr., General Inspector 15 .. Reva A r buckle, Same, Judge ... Katherine fandera, Same Louie B. Thatcher, Same, Clerk. Margaret Sciortino, Same Ernest Shields, Same, Sheriff .. John Forrey, Same John Forrey, Same, Rent Mrs, Hazel B'aer, Same, Meals for Elec. Offr Beverly O. Mason. Serv. Elec. Pr. Offr., General Inspector 16 Norma Jean Plant, Same, Judge Harold Ware, fame Sara Jane Main. Same. Clerk ... Helen Cain Spencer, Same Lulu Smith, Same. Sheriff Flossie Clemens, Same ......... John W. fmith. Same, Rtnt .. Ethel Wilkinson. Same, Meals for Elec. Offr Alice Moore, Serv. Elec. Pr. Offr., General Inspector 17 .. John J. Ade, Same, Judge Nellie Mummert, Same Zola Goudy, Same, Clerk .... Louise Hizer, Same "allie D. Brown, Same, fheriff William Davenport, Same Nellie Mummert, fame. Rent .. Ethel Wilkinson, Meals for Elec. Offr ferald E. Snow, Serv. Elec. Pr. Offr., General Inspector 31 .. Bertha A. Hall, Same, Judge .. jrace Mclntosh, Same Charles Hall, fame, Clerk Marilyn J. Kohls, Same Ann L. Countryman, Same, Sheriff Elizabeth E. Working. Same ... superior Plumbing " Co., Same, j Offr., General-Inspector-56 20.00 Emma Abshire, S:ime. Judge .. 12.001 Bonnie Bishop. Same 12.00 Mary E, Buckley. Same, Clerk.. ]2.0o'Aj;nc5 Boone, Same J-J.OO[Mary Trownsell, Same, Sheriff Mae Kuntz. Same Mary E. Buckley, Same, Rent.. St. Mary's Guild (Mrs. Paul Butcher, Treas.) Same, Meals for El. Bd Len B. Cross, Serv, Elec. Pr. Offr.. General Inspector--12 .. Lucille Householder, Same, Judge Marie Fortson, Same Ethel M. Campbell, Same, Clerk Ellen Huffman. Same Lucinda Matthews. Same, Sheriff Daphne Fenn, Same Lucille Householder, Same, Rent Dorcas Rebecca Lodge (Mrs. Grace Beebe, Sec'y) Same, Meals for El. Bd Donald H. Wilson. S«rv. Elec. Pr. Offr., General-Inspector-44 E the lie Kudolpb, Same, Judge .. Allene Sherrow, Same , Betty E. Pell, Same, Clerk .. Rose G. Morrison, Same Lewis A. Morrison. Same, Sheriff Arthur C. Carroll, Same Eugene V. Rudolph, Same. Rent Lena Heninger, Same, Meals for El. Bd. Enlph W. Mitchell. Serv. Elec. Pr. Offr., General-Inspcctor-51 _v.vw Anna Kleiber. Same, Judge .. 12.0Q'*' reea<a R- Shimer, Same 12.00 j Marguerite LaDow, Same. C!«rk 12.00 ^ ut h -White. Same 12.00 9.00 20.00 12.00 12.00 12.00 12.00 9.00 9.00 15.00 Rema Mae Fridlin, Same, Sheriff Eli W. Sln-baugh, Same Eli W. Slabaugh, tTame, Rent .. EH W. Slabaugh, Same, Meals for El. Bd Brice Williams, Sr.. Serv. Elec. Pr. Offr., General-Inspector-33 E-etty Kendall. Same, Judge .. Gladys C. Kirk, Same Anna D. Miller. Same, Clerk ..."." Edna K. Angert, Same George H. Angert, Same. Sheriff Hazel Meador, Same Floyd Peeler, Same, Meals for El Bd Pearl S. Lind, Serv. Elec. Pr. Offr., GcneraI-Inspector-34... Edith Better, Same, Judge .... 15.00 28.00 20.00 12.00 12.00 12.00 12.00 9.00 9.00 15.00 28.00 20.00 12.00 12.00 12.00 12.00 9.00 9.00 15.00 12.00 12.00 12.00 0.00 9.00 15.00 21.00 Or. , ., ganiz.. Same, Meals for El. Bfl. John Whitzel. Serv. El. Pr. Offr., General-Inspector Howard 1 ...................... Frank Devore, Same, Judge .. Claude Hutson, Same .......... Miriirm Grau. Same, Clerk .... Virginia Fuller, Same BUNKER HILL BUNKER HILL—The Pipe Creek 12.00 j Township Music Sponsors held their J2.00-November meeting at the Neac School Tuesday night. Mrs. Roy Miller conducted devotions on "Count Your Blessings." Music supervisor Clayton Moon announc ed that the chorus would present a cantata on Dec. 21 at which time w'.o'olthe Music Sponsors and the PTA i2.oo;will hold a combined meeting. Ber- "'noj'in Hedrick served as auctioneer 9.00 for a sale which followed the busi- jjj-jjjiness bringing a nice sum to the I organization. 2S -°° Members of the Seven-Thirty Club and Deer Creek HD Club No. 1 : ,?;°° were entertained at the Peru Civic : Center Monday night by the Bunker 12.00 12.00 Mrs. Mable Coan, Same, Sheriff 9.00 Mn. Dorothy Allen. Same . .. 9.00 William Orr, Same, Meals for El. Bd Phillip Brunnenmiller, Serv.. El. Pj. Offr., General-Inspector- Howard 2 John Van Sickle. £"ame. Judge .. George E. Miller. Same Kathleen Maher, Same, Clerk .. 12.00 Barbara Kuntz. Same 12.00 Paul A. Maher, Same. Sheriff.. Clyde A. Remy, ?ame France! Maher, Meals for El. Bd. Vern K. Warnock, Serv. El. Pr. Offr., General-Inspector-Jackson 1 Alta L. Hainlen. Same, Judgd Lenore E. Winger, Same Evelyn M. Golding. Same. Clerk 12.00 Goldie E. Slaughter, Same June E. Currens. Pame, Sheriff Lois D. Rennaker. Same Lenore Winger, Same, Meals for El. Bd 21.00 Howard Harper. Serv. El. Pr. Offr.. GeneraMnspector-Jack* son 2 20.00 Clair Thompson, Same, Judge .. 12.00 Ray Moss, Same 12.00 Bessie Bagwell, Same, Clerk .. 12.00 Martha Kendall. Same 12.00 Wayne Hardy, fame. Sheriff .. 9.00 Owen Horoho, Same 9.00 Home Demonstration Club. Jack- pon Twp., Lenore Winger, Treas.. Meals for El. Bd. . . 21.00 Francis Kaufman, Serv. El. Pr. Offr.. Gcneral-Inspector-Lib erty 1 20.00 [ra Lantz, Same, Judge 12.00 John A. Saul. Same 12.00 Kenneth Shrock, Same, Clerk .. 12.00 David Fawcett, Same 12.00 James E. Homer, Same, Sheriff 9.00 Harry B. Shrock, Same 9.00 Shrocks Drl-Gas, Same, Kent .. 15.00 Francis L. Kaufman, £*ame, u I tirace Kirby, Same 12.OU Anne Lewis, Same, Clerk 9.00 9.00 15.00 12.00 12.00 Rent Maxine Snow. Same. Meals for Wanda Pence. Serv. Elec. Pr. Offr., General Inspector 32 .. Lelah C. Drinkwater, Same. Judge Annabelle Frazer, Same 3essie Pence, Same, Clerk Edna DeVol, Same Gladys E Aughe. Same, Sheriff Carol J. Siler, Same Robert Rich Funeral Home, Same, Rent Marcia Butcher (St. Mary's Guild. Episcopal Church). Meals for Elec. Bd Harold Kraner. Serv. EJec. Pr. Offr, General Inspector 35 .. r lo Webb, Same, Judge W. O. Rice, Same Cora B. Rayl, Same, Clerk 5 tell a Mishler, Same * 7ordelia Frazee, Same. Sheriff.. Srover Wooters. Same Mrs. Dorothy Grigsby, Meals for Elec. Bd. 21.00 Esther Frazee, Same Lucille Mann, Same, Sheriff .. June Dennis, Same St. Andrew's Guild (Grace Becker, Sec'y), Meals for El. Bd. Everett Nixon, Serv. Elec. Pr. Offr., General-Inspector-41.... Pansy Wood, Same, Judge .... Mrs. Esther Geary, Same .... Mrs. Blanche Howard, Same, Clerk Mrs. Lois Olmstead, Same .... Mrs. Lois Featherstone, Same, Sheriff Mrs. Hazel Platt, Same Mrs. Ethel Wilkinson, Same. Meals for El. Bd Morris D. Ammerman, Serv, 12.00 12.00 12.00 8.00 Meals for El. Bd. Roscoe Tuttle. Serv. El. Pr. Offr., General-InspecUir-Lib- erty 2 jretna Kaufman, Same, Judge.. James Osborn, Same Eva Kratler, Same, Clerk .... tfadclynn Lamb. Same ~)ugene Kerby, Same. Sheriff .. Loren D. Wilson, fame " Elee. Pr. Offr., Inspector-Ctrl. General* Dorothy Schneiderm'an, Same, 9.00 Curtis Cook. Same. Kent Wanda Lawrence, Same, Meals for El. Bd Trelle Conway, Serv. Elec. Pr. Offr., General-Inspector-Liberty 3 Erma Dill, Same, Judge Lillian Gappena, Same Mildred Shoemaker, Same, Clerk Dagmer Currens. Same E. P. Hittle. Same. Sheriff Raymond Clark, Jr., Same .... Wanda Lawrence, Same. Meals for El. Bd Leo Seagrave. Serv. El. Pr. Offr., General-Inspector-Liberty I Judge Bessie Dain. Same Frances Aughe, Same, Clerk.. 12.00 12.00 12.00 12.00 Viola Obermeyer. Same 12!o( 12.00 Sareta C. Busby. Same, Sheriff 12.00! Martha Beane, Same 12.00 j Dorothy Grigsby, fame. Rent.. 9.00 Ethel Wilkinson, Same, Meals S.OO for El. Bd George B. Summers. Serv., Elee. 15.00 Pr. Off., General-Inspector. Ctr. 2 Dennis L. Crume. Same, Judge JS.OO Jane Hurt. Same Irma Hartma-n, Same, Clerk .. 9.00 15.00 20.00 12.00 12.00 12.00 9.00 lichard O. Harrison, Serv. Elec. Pr. Offr., General Inspector 36 L Charles Essman, fame, Judge [atheryn Mannion, Same Jessie Bales, Same, Clerk !va Kellar, Same Audra DeVore, Some, Clerk .. Walter Eisinger. Same, Sheriff Casper J. Hardebeck, Same Clifford Williamson, Same. Meals for El. Bd Milan W. Peel. Serv., Elee. Pr. Offr., 3 General-Inspector-Ctr. 20 OC Martha Thatcher, Same, Judge .. 12.OC laggie Harrison, Same, Sheriff larie Louks, Same '. 12.00 12.00 12.00 9.00 9.00 13.00 Mary Groves, Same 12 OC Clarence Sosbe. Same. Sheriff . g.'oo hylvia Frew, Same, Sheriff 9 oo Harry Hart, Same. Rent . Goldia. Hart, Meals for Election Officers Mary Snyder. Serv. Elec. Pr! Offr.. General Inspector 23 Estella Hein, Same, Judge Vivienne Barkley, Same S? b ,f? Jacks °". Same. Clerk ... William J. Winkel. Same norotoy Craig. Same. Sheriff .. E. M. Conwell, Same .... Walter Vetter, Same. Rent ..'" Walter Vetter, Same, Meals ... •u v JS* Genw «I Inspector 24 Walinda Clevenger. Same. Judie E fh«r Napolitano. Same .. „? Alpha Hanson, Samt, Clerk . Helen ConweU. Same. Clerk ... P- nn ' y ' ***• *•«•• Kuth E. Kinney, Same. Meals .. A "" Morris. Serv. Elec. Pr. u«r.. General Inspector 28 Dorothy Buckley, Same. Judge .. Thelma Gibson. Same M«ry Stahl, Same. Clerk Martha McGaw. Sam" S,Vi e f^I"*. Same. Sheriff".'.' Mildred Pence. Stm* Elbert Lauchner. Same,' Beit''' «r., Litush " 6r> Smm «- M <»1« for Elec. Offr Elizabeth Burnette, Serv! Elec Pr. Offr.. General Inspector U I*ona James. Same, JudKe Pearl Ferdw, Same Elsie KoMn* CMne. Clerk ... 28.00 20.00 12.00 12.00 12.00 12.00 S.OO 9.00 15.00 21.00 20.00 12.00 12.00 12.00 12.00 20.00 12.00 12.00 12.00 12.00 D.OO 9.00 15.00 28.00 20.00 Catherine Moss, Same, Rent Catherine Moss. Jfame, Meals for for Elec. Bd Mammie Pavey, Serv. Elec. Pr. Offr.. General Inspector 62 .. 3elsie Vincent. Same, Judge ... 'A Hatton. Same iladys Fee, Same, Clerk 'auline Elkins, Same )on Cotner, Same, Sheriff flary Frances Coy, Same, Sheriff 2ora Wiles, Same, Rent ",ora Wiles, Same, Meal* for Elec. Fd Jeorse Pross. Serv. Elec. Pr. Offr.. General Inspector 54 .. Nettie Wood, Same. Judge 12.00 jnura Tedlock, fame 12.00 onnie Ham, Same, Clerk 12.00 ucilla Shallenberger. Same .... 12.00 Edward Tilley, Same. Sheriff .. 9.00 reths Carver. Same 9.00 'aoml DeWitt, Same, Rent .... 15.00 M. E. Click (Markland Cafe). Fame, Meali for Elec. Bd 21.00 Grant H»yea. Serv. Elec. Pr. Offr.. General Inspector 57 .. 20.00 Blanche Jones. Same. Judge.... 12.00 Geraldine Maloney, Same 12.00 Janet Smith. Same, Clerk .... 12.00 Maxine Ryan, Same 12.00 Oren Lear. Same, Sheriff 9.00 Madge Peele, Same 9.00 Bernard P. Maloney, Same, Rent 15.00 Genrldine Malo&ey. Same, Meals for El. Bd Sue Massa. Serv. Elec. Pr. Offr., General-Inspector 58 .. Nina Miller. Same. Judge Irene Gilbert, Same Ermina Roe, Same. Clerk 28.00 Louise Pentland, Same Edgar Bowman, Same, Sheriff Amy Nichols. Same Cecil Cole. Same. Rent Cecil Cole, Same. Meals for EI. Bd 21.00 Everett R. Raines. Serv. Elec Pr. Offr.-GeneraMnspector-43 20.00 12.00 12.00 12.00 12.00 9.00 9.00 15.00 Geneva Hipnensteel, Same .... 12.00 May R. Brunk, Same, Clerk .. 12.00 Mary Kathryn Phelps, Same .. 12.00 Jean Bowen. Same, Sheriff .... 9.00 Martin L. Smith. Jr., Same .. 9.00 Paul Stahl, Same. Rent 15.00 Betty Fenn, Same, Meals for El. Bd Lewis H. Poe, Serv.. Elec. Pr. Offr., General-Insfector-Ctr. 4 Emma J. Miller, Same, Judge.. 12.00 Wilbur Hudson, Same Ola K. Harris, Same, Clerk 12.00 Irene Kernel, Same 12.00 Rosemary .Young. Same, Sheriff 9.00 Ernest Archer, Same 9.00 Herbert Schroeter. Same, Rent, 15.00 Ethel Wilkinson, Same, Meals .. 28.00 Joseph Fleming, Serv. EI. Pr. Offr., General-Inspector-Clay I 20.00 Clarence Goodier, Same, Judge 12.00 Rolla Harrison, Same 12.00 Doris Gerhard, Same, Clerk .. 12.00 Pbillis Couk, Same 12.00 June Fleming, Same, Sheriff.. 9.00 Otto Barnhart. Same 9.00 Mrs. Miriam Body, Treas., Shiloh W.S.C.S.. Same. Meals for El. BH , 28.00 Fred Irvin. Serv. EI. Pr. Offr.. General-Inspector-Clay 2 .... 20.00 Levi Conwell. Same, Judge .... 12.00 Alice Leota Brown, Same 12.00 Halstead Merrell, Same, Clerk .. 12.00 Lee M. Seaver, Same 12.00 Barry Pohlman, Same, Sheriff 9.00 Irene Irvin, Same 9.00 Mrs. Miriam Rody, Same, Meals for EI. Bd 28.00 Homer R. Yater, Serv. El. Pr. Hill Literary Club. Mrs. Clarence Comerford welcomed the guests. Miss Hester Wood, commercial teacher in Peru High School, showed colored slides which she took last summer on a trip to Hawaii. That country is the topic of study for the club for this year. Refreshments were served at the close of the meeting. Mrs. Morris Stranahan presided at the tea service. Mrs. Paul comerford was hostess to the Seven-Thirty Club at her home Wednesday night. Dessert was served by candlelight from a lace-covered table centered with bronze and rust chrysanthemums and greenery. White tapers in silver holders were at either end of the table. Prizes in games were awarded Mrs. Joe Ogle and Mrs. Clinton Fisher. The next meeting will be held at the home of Mrs. Willis Maugans. The Bunker Hill Chapter OES will meet at 7:30 p. m. Monday, Nov. 22 for a stated meeting. Mrs. Dalton Endsley will enter:ain the King's Daughters Class of '.he Methodist Church at 1:30 p. m. Tuesday, Nov. 23. The Industrial Club met Friday afternoon with Mrs. Louis Betzner, south of Peru. Vases of fall flowers graced the entertaining I rooms. Prayer was offered by 20.00 Mrs. Clark McConnell. Plans were J2.oo|made to meet With Mrs. Harry Gottschalk the second week in December. Dessert was served to fourteen. Mr. and Mrs. Elzie Lees have received word of the birth of a son, Johnson Michael, to their daughter and husband, Mr. and Mrs. Sam Levy of Washington, D. C. The baby was born in Bethesda Naval Hospital, Thursday, Nov. 11, and weighed six pounds and eleven 21.00 9.00 15.00 12.00 12.00 ounces. The mother is the former Annabelle Lees. . Our Honig Club met with Mrs. Leroy Garrison Thursday. Mrs. Fred Buschbaum was co-hostess. The club will meet Dec. 10 at the Peru Civic Center for a luncheon. A twenty-five cent gift exchange will be held and Sunshine Pals will be revealed. Tables were decorated in keeping with Thanksgiving and s. luncheon was served. Mesdames Frank Lett and Clarence Comerford were in charge of the program which followed the luncheon. Each told of "Something For Which I Am Thankful." Mrs. Lett demonstrated new ways of gift wrappjng packages. Nineteen were present. The Bunker Hill PTA will meet at 7:30 p. m. Tuesday Nov. 23 Superintendent John Davisson will speak on the effect of the Bunker Hill Air Base on our schools. The Rev. Austin Gable will conduct devotions. Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Oldfather entertained at dinner Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Frank Wissinger of Koto mo who will leave next week for their winter home in Tampa, Fla. Other dinner guests were Mes dames Jennie Andrews and Max Mertz. Friday, Nov. \9, 1934 KOKOMO (Ind.) TRIBUNE 19 Markets and Stocks Sheep 500; wooled Iambs opening slow; N.Y. Quotations Allied rtorei American Airlinea Radiator A. T. & T. Anaconda Copper .... \rvin Borden Chesapeake & Ohio ... •hryBler Cities Service Continental Steel Continental Oil 3uPont ITaton Mf(t < Sastman Kodak 'irestone ieneral Electric ieneral Motors joodyeur nternational Harvester <ennecott Copper Kingston Products Aroger Montgomery Ward New York Central ... 'forth American Aviatio Pan American Air ... J. C. Penney Pennsylvania Railroad Phillips Petroleum .... Pittsburgh Plate Glass public Service Ind. ... Radio Republic Steel Sears Roebuck Shell O\l Sinclair Oil Southern Pacific Standard Oil Ind Thompson Products .. Jnion Carbide Jnion Pacific United Aircraft U. S. Steel Quotations courtesy . 50 1 19 •'"!?* ' 23Vi . 66% ' 3 2I' S .'ins'" . 26 "XI . 67% .10014 .' 90 ii .' 36% . 94 . 3 ; 72% 64% 69% 40% 37 68% 78 tt 56% 50% 90-V 4SV- S0% 144 >,i 67 Vj 67 Thomson-McKin- 'INDIANAPOLIS Ul — (USDA)— Hogs 8,000; light to medium weights early, fairly active, steady to 25 lower; later these and most tieavier weights 25 to fully 50 lower; some heavier butchers off more; early choice 170-230 Ib 18.7519.50; few loads 1975 to shippers; later 19.25 down, few 19.50; 235-270 Ib very uneven 17.50-18.75; few to 19.00; late 18.50; 270-315 Ib 17.0017.75; 120-160 Ib 17.00-18.00; few 18.50; few sows early steady to 25 lower, mostly fully 50 off; choice 300-400 Ib 15.50-16.50; few 16.7517.00. Cattle 550; calves 150; steers and heifers for regular trade too scarce to adequately test trend; nominally steady; cows fairly active, firm; couple loads slaughter steers 1,050 Ib 28.00; another part load 1,168 Ib 27.50; all bought to arrive; utility through low commercial cows 9.50-12.00; canner and cutter cows 7.50-9.50; vealers and calves fairly active, steady; 'ew choice to prime vealers 23.0024.00; few commercial and good slaughter calves 12.00-15.00. slaughter steady to weak with yesterday's low close; early good to prime native wooled lambs 18.00-19.50; cull to choice slaughter ewes firm 3.00-5.00. CHICAGO <JI—(USDA)—Salable hogs 10,000; market uneven, moderately active; steady on choice No. 1 and 2 lightweights'; weights over 220 mostly steady to 25 higher; trade closed dull and barely steady on all weights butchers; sows fairly active; fully 25 higher; choice No 1 and 2 170-220 Ib 19.2519.60; around a double deck choice mostly No 1's 220 Ib 19.75; other choice butchers under 230 Ib 18.5019.00; choice 230-270 Ib 18.00-18.75; j 280-310 Ib 17.50-18.10; most sows 1 around 400 Ib and lighter 16.50-j 17.50: bulk 425-600 Ib in larger lotsj 15.50-16.50; good clearance; shippers took 2,000. Salable cattle 200; salable calves 200; slaughter steers and heifers^ nominally steady; cows utility and oelow fairly active, fully steady; other cows slow, steady to weak; bulls steady to weak; vealers about steady; a few small lots commercial to good steers 16.50-23.00; virtually no steers choice or better offered; a few commercial to low good heifers 15.00-19.50; utility and commercial cows 9.00-13.00; canners and cutters 7.00-9.00; utility to low commercial bulls 11.5013.25; good to prime vealers 17.0022.00; cull to commercial 15.00- Salable sheep 700; slow; all classes steady; good to choice wooled skinned lambs 18.00-20.00; a few small lots choice and prime 20.50; cull to low good 10.00-17.50; a small lot of 105 Ib good and choice sheep 5.75. CHICAGO a 1 )—Butter firm; receipts 692,317: wholesale buying prices unchanged; 93 score AA 59.25; 92 A 59; 90 B 58.25; 89 C 57; cars 90 B 58.5; 89 C 57. easy; buying ] to. 1 lower; U. S. large whites 38: mixed 37.5; U. S. mediums 33; U. S. standards 33: current receipts 26; dirties 23: checks 23. BUS AND AIR SCHEDULE (Central Standard Time) Effective Sept 26th To Indpls. 7:50 n.m. 9:50 a.m. 10:45 a.m. 2:35 p.m. 5:'2~i p.m. 6 :2'> p.m. S:01 p.m. 11:15 p.r.l. To So. Bend I:.i1 n.m. To Peru 9:45 n.m. 11!: 10 p.m. 1:0(1 p.m. 3 :5.~ p.m. 5:4o p.m. 7 :0.1 r.m. 9::.o p.m. 1:50 a.m. To Losan 7: "'> a.m. To Anderson 10:HO .t.m. 3:35 p.m. •4:15 p.m. To Marion •6 :30 a.m. •10:00 a.m. •4:15 p.m. To Ft. Wayne 9 :15 a.m. •1: :.". ii.m. 1 :r>n p.m. *l:.-.i) p.m. 7:05 p.m. 3:."ti).m. *j:15p.m. S:-l." [..m. 9:50 p.m. •Daily except Sundays and holidays. •'Sunday and holidays. Lake Central Airlines To Chicago To Lima tt To Grand 7:32 a.m. Pittsburgh Rapids 13:32 p.m. x6:45 p.m. S: 17p.m. Tn Indlps. To Dayton & 10 :3- a.m. Columbus 7:03 p.m. 7:03 p.m. KERN TRAVEL SERVICE Phone 4109 xDaily except Saturday. RETAIL TRADE UP Deportment stores finally top year ago sale* level. JFKAHJJASOIOJFII4IIJJASO ^ IS53 " UM ' MOTTTHLY DATA Data: BaMd oa FJIB. Marrto K«tB SALES CALENDAR ROY CRUME, AUCTIONEER Nov. 20—Fred George, 6 ml. touch of Kokomo on county tin* road; 11:00 a.m. (Farm Sola and Household Goods) Nov. 27— Ora Maple eit, Sharpsvilrf; 1:00 p.m. (R*al Estate and Household Goods) non, Indianapolis; Kokomo residents cal >perator and ask for Enterprise 6000. "Jo toll charge. 2000 12.0.1 12.00 Vetta Pickett. Same. Judge .. . Walter B. Wilson. Eame Frank Hanley Pickett, Same, Clerk 12.0,, Betty Keyton, Sama 12.00 Cloyd Petro, Jr., Same, Sheriff ».uu Berniece Pence, Same 9.0 Ross Wyrick, Same, Kent 15.0 Gail Freeman, Same, Meals for El. Bd Lowell Rich, Eerv. El: Pr. Offr." General-Inspector-Monroe 1 .. 20.0 H. E. Tate, Same. Judge 12.0 —. *.. ^ab^, kjaujc, M UUKB ...... ii.\J Ralph Rhine. Same 120 Everett W. Newby, Same, Clerk M. J. Catron. Same Vird Shanks, Same, Sheriff Frey Reser. Same James Kenworthy, Same, Rent .. Mary Esther Alder, Same, Meals for El. Bd C. A. Rich, Serv. El. Pr. Offr.' General-Inipector-Monroe 2 .. Kobert H. Thompson, Same, Judge 12.0 Fred M^ I/onpr, Same 12.0 12.0 120 9.0 9.0 15.0 20.0 Offr., General-Inspector-Err. 1 20.00 Freeda Shull, Same, Judge 12.00 Blanche Barney, Same 12.00 Julia E. Huston, Same, Clerk .. 12.00 Catherine Kibmerline, Same .... 12.00 Clarena Hickman, Same, Sheriff 9.00 Mary E. Arthur, Same 9.00 Mona Rainea, Same. Bent 15.00 Ida Belle H»nna. Same, Meals for £1. Bd 28.00 Grace Beebe, Serv. Elec. Pr. , Offr., General-Inspector 45 .. 20.00 Margaret Jean Stoner. Same, Judge 12 00 Oliver W. Myers, Same Mildred Ringle, Same, Clerk .. Florence Ousley. Same Lela Button. Same, Sheriff Jennie Myers, Same Beatrice Rebekah Lodge, Grace Deebe, Sec'y., Eame, Meals for EJ. Bd Frank Vore. Serv. Elec. OOfr.. General Inspector-46 •*aye Adams, Sane. Judge 3ana Lucas, Same Bar! Brubaker, Eame, Judge Stacy Lambert, Same Clarence Redding, Same, Clerk.. Salph Sholty, Eame •". C. Heinmiller, Sante, Sheriff Sari Pohlman, Eame Mary Schroeter, Treas., Lutheran Ladies Aid, Same, Meals for El. Bd Dale W. Rodkey. Same. El. Pr. Offr., Gencral-Inspector.Erv. 2 1. Ray Stettler, Same, Judge .. Wayne Bolton, Same Ansel Brower, Same, Clerk Theodore Mille>, Eame David Eller, Same, Sheriff .... Keith Foreman, Same Mrs. Mary Schroeter, Treaa., Lutheran Ladies Aid, Same, Meals for El. Bd Robt. H. Gordon. Serv. El. Pr. Offr., General-Inspector-Harr. 1 Glen M. Zartman, Same, Judge DwiRht Bobbins, Eame Doris J. Porter, Same. Clerk .. Beula J. Kuhna, Same Wayne Leckrone, Same, Sheriff M.*. wu ^' **• Heaton, Same 12.00' Mildred Ze "' Same, Meals for j9 QO j El. Bd j^on! Harriett Gundy, Serv. El. Pr. a ji 0 j Offr., General-Inspector-Harr. 9,00 • > : Leroy Kuhns, Eame, Judge .... J Donald Rudy. Same 2800 °' M "a Wright, Same, Clerk .. 12.00 12.00 12.00 12.00 9.00 S.OO Parks Ratcliff, Same, Clerk.. 12.0 John Mang, Same J20 Arthur Pinnick, Eame, Sheriff 9 0 A. E. Kelly, Same a 0 Roy S. Taylor, Same, Rent 15.0 Verna Howell, Same, Meals for El. Bd 21 0 C. A. Dunn. Serv. EI. Pr. Offr. General-Inspector-Taylor 1 ->o 0 Fred Rakestraw, Same. Judge.. 12io William B. Hannah, Same 12.0 Richard Saul, Same, Clerk 12.0 Naomi Ray, Same 32*0 elores Saul, Same, Sheriff .. a'.o> fern Stevens, Same 901 Owen Mundell. Same, Rent .. ISM Lela DeWitt, Treas.. L.AS Christian Church. Sharpsville, Same, Meals for El. Bd. 58.0C Charles C. Hollingsworth, Ser Pr. Offr., General-Inspectoi- Taylor 2 20 OC W. S. Lovejoy. Same, Judge ' Chester Cox, Same 12 0 0 Fred St. John. Eame, Clerk 12*01 Hettie Woods, Same J. D. Philips, Same, Sheriff .. 9.00 Elmer Thomas. Same 9.01 lobert Groves, Same, Rent Wilma Hardle, Mas. Miss. Soc. Eame, Meals for El. B'd 21.00 Ben H. Souder, Serv., El. Pr. Offr., General-Inspector-Taylor 3 go John F. Crousore, Same, Judge 12 Perry B. Colyar, Same 12 uu Tom Warner, Same, Clerk .... 12.00 L. F. Baley. Same J2.0( Marvin E. Bryan. Same, Sheriff Sam L. Goodnight, Same 9.00 Mrs. Ora Johnson. Same, Rent.. 15 ot Mrs. Elta Hodson, Treas.. Ladies Aid Baptist Church, Same Meah for EI. Bd ji oo C. O. Johns. Serv. El. Pr. Offr. Ceneral-Inspector-Union 1 "... 20.00 John E. Hannah, Same, Judge .. '12.0C Leslie King, Same 12 OC William D. Voorhis. Same, Clark 12.00 Joe Bryant, Jr., Same 12.00 (.00 12.00 12.00 12.00 Charles E. Hueston, ' Same. Sheriff David England, Same Maryann Echelbarger, Same, Meal- Howard Coate, Serv. El. Pr.' 9 oo' Offr., Gen-Inspector-Union 2 » 00 i kaVerne Downing. Same, Judge ' Herbert Hannah. Same ... Virgil Hickman, Same, Clerk .. 2SOO Basil McCIain, Same Henry Hatton, Same, Sheriff ... Wayne Swail», Same SO.OO Mtm - Tressie Passwater, Sam. 12.00 Meals for El. Bd ' Witness my hand ana seal and 12.00 12.00 Alice West. Same. Clerk }ora Rutherford. Same ... ?rank Martin, Same, Sheriff Dorothy Frarer, Same 6 .. f'.'.' 20.00 12 00 12.00 U.OO 9.00 Vera Kenworthy, Same, Sherifj Donald Kirkendall, Same, MeaU for El. Bd Eva Newlin. Fenr. El. Pr. Offr. General.Inapcctor Hone7 Creek 1 28.00 12.00 12.00 28.00 20.00 21.00 20.00 12.00 12.00 12.00 12.00 9.00 9.00 23.00 the seal of the Board of Commissioners of Howard County, Indiana, this 19th dar of November, 1954. (SEAL) WILLIS H. HOWELL, Auditor of Howard County, Indiana. The Chinese believe that the first bread made from wheat was eaten in China about 2,000 B. C. KOKOMO CASH GRAIN MARKET NOT. IS, 1954 Wheat, per bn fZ.IB Oats, per bo. 7t Soybeans, per bo 2.62 Can, per cwt. —....... 1J7 SPECIAL PRE-CHRISTMAS AUCTION SALE To B« Hild At Thi Gntntown Sail Barn. Saturday Night, Nov. 20 at 7P.M. Hundreds of dollars worth of new standard merchandise to be sold to the highest bidder in- cluing such items as chrome dinette sets, electric sewing machines, electric mixers, deep fryers, beautiful table lamps, cookware, toasters, radios, clocks, 17-jewel watches, silverware, 3-piece luggage sets, 32-piece dinner sets, ironing boards, beautiful dolls, power saws, drills, socket sets, blankets, rugs, tarpaulins, and hundreds of other terns too numerous to mention. Came out and buy at your own price. All nationally advertised merchandise. TERMS CASH - Not Responsible for Accidents. TRUMAN SLABAUGH, Auctioneer Amboy Phone 129F23 - Kokomo Phone 8448 PUBLIC AUCTION SALES SATURDAY, NOV. 20-7:00 SUNDAY, NOV. 21-2:00 New and Used Furniture and Appliances; Toys; Jewelry; •watches; and all kinds of Gift Items which you can bv.y at your own price with 15^> down and as Ions as IS months on the balance. SPECIAL NOTICE! To the first 100 people after 6:00 P. M. Saturday night will be iven a $17.95 bottle of Le Couturier Perfume as advertised in | Vogue and Saturday Evening Post for just $1.00 INDIANA AUCTION SALES 208 West; Jefferson — Kokomo PHONE 2-5166 G. O. EARLYWINE, Auctioneer WANDA BLACKABY, Clerk PUBLIC AUCTION FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 19, 7 P. M. NEW and USED FURNITURE The following merchandise will be sold at public Auction New hrome breakfast sets, international sewing machines, deep fryers, oasters, silverware, watches, jewelry, tools, dishes, gifts and many ther Items. Used plumbing fixtures, sinks, dining room suites, chairs, mat- resses, springs, rugs, stoves, utensils, toys, end tables, radios, phonographs, TV sets, bicycle, rollaway bed, washers, refrigerators, dish washers, water heaters, breakfast and dining sets, toys, lamps, appliances and consigned goods. Public Invited Free Door Prize CITY AUCTION HOUSE 7. O. Coffman, Auctioneer 1124 N, Buckeye St. (Appleton Transfer BIdg.) Phone 9691 or 4545 PUBLIC AUCTION The following property will be sold to satisfy storage charges at the Kinney Transit Co., Inc., located at 423 S. Union St., Kokomo, on SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 20 Sale To Begin At 1 P. M. Living room suites; dining room suites; bedroom suites; washing machines; refrigerators; gas stoves; breakfast sets; tables; chairs: occasional chairs; ottomans; rugs; studio couch; odd chairs small tables; lamps; pictures; mirrors; bedding; beds; springs mattresses chest of drawers; lot of dishes; baby mattress; bed; buggy :oys; cooking utensils; tools; and numerous other articles too numerous to mention. This is a large sale so be on time. TERMS — CASH. Not responsible In case of accidents. KINNEY TRANSIT LINES, Inc. JOHN PETERSON, Auctioneer Larry Grand, Manager FEDERAL LAND BANK FARM LOANS 4% Intanst — 33 Year Terms. No Fees or Commission*. LOANS MADE TO Buy Land —Pay Debts —Make Improvements Buy Livestock — Machinery Repay Any Amount At Any Time (Interest Stops The Day You Pay) See Robert E. Cress, Sec'y.-Treas. Central Indiana National Farm Loan Association N. Buckeye St. Kokomo, b«us Phone TSSU» FARM SALE BY OWNERS Sixty (60) acre farm in Boone Township, Madison County Indiana, 54 acres tillable, remainder in pasture. This is good level land, and the farm is one of the best producers. Fencing and ditching is above average. Improvements consist of a 7-room modern frame house in good condition with full basement bath, hot and cold running water. Oil furnace. Barn is 40x50 feet, hen house 16x30 feet, Other Improvements are a granery and garage. This farm is located one (1) mile East and one (1) mile south of Rigdon, Indiana, or eight miles north of Elwood, Indiana, on state road No. 37, then one (1) mile East. For inspection of the property contact Floyd Hamilton RR £2, Summitville, Indiana, residing 2'i miles East "and ?4 mile south of Rigdon, Indiana. Sealed bids will be accepted at the law office of J. C. Urban, 220V' North Harrison Street. Alexandria, Indiana, until December 18, 1954. at 2:00 o'clock P. M. at which time and place bids will be opened and read; bidders present will be offered the opportunity to make additional bids after the reading of the sealed bids. The successful bidder will be required to pay 25% of the bid price as earnest money in cash or by bank draft payable to the owners, balance in cash or by bank draft so payable on delivery of abstract of title and warranty deed for said premises. The right is reserved to reject any and all bids. Abstract of title will be furnished brought down to show title in sellers free and clear of liens and encumbrances except taxes for 1954 due and payable in 1955, which owners will pay. Purchaser to assume and pay all subsequent taxes. Possession to be given on delivery of the deed and payment of the purchase price in full. Owners: FLOYD HAMILTON PEARL HAMILTON INDIA NOSE GUY HAMILTON