Anderson Daily Bulletin from Anderson, Indiana on December 17, 1962 · Page 27
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Anderson Daily Bulletin from Anderson, Indiana · Page 27

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PAGE 28 ANDERSON DAILY IUUETIN MONDAY, DtCtMlIK 17, 1962 City Briefs Cuts finger — Byron Cham-Mured while deddinK and was berlaln, 260 Elva SI,, alt a finger on a ear door and received treatment at Community Hospital. Hurt SMMtaK — Scott Wilic- brink, >. 109 Tlwrn Dr.. was in- treated at Community Hospital. treated at Community Hospital. Forehead Injured — Robert Floyd, il)31 Lindbcrg Rd.. suffered lacerations of the forehead of (lie right shoulder, left cheek when Ire ran into a pipe while BEST PORTABLE| EVER FOR THE PRICE | working in his basement. He was Two Rail Cars Ix;ave Track KOUTS. Iiid. (AI>> — The diiier HIK! a mail car of an Erie- nil by Car-Richard McKall. 8, 1-ackawanna Railroad passenger 509 W. Nli St.. suffered abrasions iind belli hands when he was hit by a car. He was treated at Community Hospital. Kllxiw Injured — Peggy Hor(on. Pcndlcton. suffered a laccr- train jumped the tracks at a railroad junction here Saturday night, but iwssengers ami crewmen es- caiwd injury when Iwth cars remained upriglit. was treated at Community Hospital. Tltc mild spell was appreciated after the zero weather. Christmas shopping readied » •The Erie's double-line east-west ™. tracks were rppcd up by '.he derailment. as was one of the P«nn- crowded. ated elbow when slw ran her sylvania Railroad's two north- arm through a slass panel. She _ . . south lilies. Tie train was traveling only 15 miles an hour when the accident happened. ' Observers at these Christmas parties note that some of the quests act like it's New Year's Eve. The "greetings" from the by for laceration! Born to Carpenter, Mr. and Mn. 370214 ' Forrest John Ter- S The ideal portable for i lasting Christmas Gift at the lowest price. A complete portable guaranteed by local jervicemen for $44.50 plus lax. A big choice of other makes and models to choose from including WORLD FAMOUS OLYMPIA. In choice of colors,and type styles with terms to suit. Each typewriter is checked and adjusted in our shop before delivery, ind guaranteed by us. Typewriters and adding machines repaired and rented with option to apply up to three months rental on a purchase. nily'Hospital after cutting her left hand at home. Ankle Injured—Phil Carr, 18, 1516 Euclid Dr., was treated at Community Hospital for an ankle injury suffered at. work. Hurt In Fall — Dale Hunt, RR 2, sustained injuries of the right arm when he fell wliile skaling ' local roller rink. He was treated at Community Hospital. Forehead Injured — Pete Kollros, 107 N. Shore Dr., sustained a lacerated forehead when he fell on a tin can. He was treated at Community Ho;y>ital. Hand Is Cut — Marlene Brooks, 1021 St. Rd. 67 W. cut her right hand and was treated at St. John's 8! 9i Foot Injured Richard R. Hughes, 1815 Nicliol Ave., was jlrealed at St. John's Hospital [or » fool injury. Hurl In Fall — Slephen Johnson, Plainfield, was trealed at St. John's Hospital for a hip injury suffered in a fall at school. Knet !• Cut — Bernice Frazier, 213 Elva St., was trealed at St. Back Is Cut - Arthur Herbert, Daleville RR 1. was treated at St. John's Hospital for knife cuts on the back. Sprains Knee — David Stephens, 3208 Sherman Ct., was treated at St. John's Hospital after spraining his right knee. Ankle Injured — Shirley Ens- wilier, Middlelown, fell at school and was treated at St. John's Hospital for an injury ot the left ankle. Stricken in — Sue Hendricks, 2913 Pearl St., was treated at St. John's Hospital after being stricken ill at home. AMBULANCE CALLS Paul Porter, 2722 Brown was hit by a car yesterday and taken to St. John's Hospital in the city emergency ambulance. Oth crs taken lo local hospitals in the emergency ambulance were Joanne Stabler. 2015 Main St.. stricken ill. to Community; Raymond Lemon. 1724 Arrow Ave.. slrickcn ill, U» St. John's and John ' 1328 Forkner St., stricken ill, to St. John's. welly girls are appreciated Jie old guys. Of course, this week the mistletoe will be hanging from the courthouse office doors, so watch out, boys. The old guys won't mind a bit. Looks like the Christmas 'spirit" already is abundant in operated by the U.S. lighthouse SKIRTS SWEATERS tach (Scolty Service — Bj Request) GUARANTEE CLEANERS Saturday, .with .tores BIRTHS Bom to Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Sears, 711 Park Ave., a girl at Community Hospital. Born to Mr. and Mrs. Richard G. Tonty. a» W. 16th St.. a girl at Community Hospital. Born to Mr. and Mrs. James L. Brown, 1U20 E. 31sl St.. a girl at Community Hospital. ' Born to Mr. and Mrs. Kermil R. Lyons, 1612 W. 13th St., a boy ai Community Hospital. Born to Mr. and Mrs. Ulysses McGraw, 617 W. 15th St., a .boy at Community Hospital. Born lo Mr. and Mrs. Eddie G. Hargis, PcndleUm, a girl at Com- Exchange Club To Meet On Tuesday The Exchange Club will meel at noon Tuesday at the YMCA, and the club .will nvt meet again until Jan. 8 because of Christinas next week and New Year'i Day the following Tuesday. Don Himelick will be the chair- nan at tomorrow's program, which will feature R. B. Leckic munity Hospital. race, a boy at St. John's Hospital. Born to Mr. arid Mrs. Alder Zachary, 2926 Fletcher St.,.a girl at St. John's Hospital. . * About 33,000 navigation aids are some homes. Several of the dads lave shown signs of it. After all is said and done, good health is the greatest blessing we can have. Let's cherish it. The old gent made it home Saturday night, even though he was loaded with packages of one kind or another. Some of the folk have about decided to stay home New Year's Eve. The twist is too strenuous for-them anyway. The belated shoppers may find it difficult to get their choice. Some mind-changing may be in order, if they wait too long. One old guy threatens to get his little gal a box of candy for Christmas. That will be "sweet" of him. While picking out gifts, don't forget the older folk. They enjoy being remembered. Send a contribution to the Santa Claus Fund and help someone less fortunate. Fetishes Burned SYDNEY, Australia (AP) — Natives of three districts in the Tiom area have burned their fetishes to show their determination to break with old pagan beliefs and follow the new "way taught them by Baptist missionaries. MASTER RETREADING CARRIES NATION-WIDE WRITTEN GUARANTEE AL STOWS T»t SALES 6Hi » Jockwi Ph. 64J-JJ02 nd F. A. Sthjiffer. o(fici«l» of w Anderson Division of Central ndiana Gas Company, a speak- rs. They will AS industry Dhow a film on the UK of automobikw by women shows 24 pw c*nt of trips drivinc to work, II (W cent for shoppin* »nd about 4» per rent f« nilscel- laneous purpow». MONDAY and TUESDAY SKOALS Th* Alibi'* Famoui B-B-Q Ribs Or ... Col. Sander*' Ktntueky Fried Chicken $100 1 YOUR CHOICI KIZ. tlftOIN Snip, TINDiH STEAK WM New Carry-out Dept. Open — Ph. 643-7427 The ALIBI 1404 Jockwn Ph. 643-7154 THIRD FLOOR Did* FOR. CHRISTMAS GIFTING FASHION FROM OUR. THIRD FLOOR CHRISTMAS DECORATOR PILLOWS IN CORDUROY - TAPESTRY - RAYON SATINS LUXURY SATINS AND MANY OTHERS Huge assortment of all shape's, iiz« and types. Soft luxurious pillowi in aver 36 colon. 98 95' CORDUROY WEDGE REST PILLOWS With zipper. Widi telection of colon. ARAA REST PILLOWS - CORDUROY OR LUXURY SATIN Wedg« type back with large arm resti for lounging* reading choose from. or for invalids. Several colon to THIRD FLOOR 95 OPEN 6-NIGHTS 'TIL 8:30 P.M. PRICE TOY SALE OUR ENTIRE STOCK OF DOLLS OF ALL SIZES AND KINDS! ALSO INCLUDED ARE SOME CARS, TRUCKS, GAMES, CHILDREN'S CHAIRS AND MANY OTHER ITEMS .10% DISCOUNT ON ALL OTHER TOYS THAT ARE NOT SPECIALLY. PRICED or PRICE CONTROLLED 3Y THE MANUFACTURERS ANDERSON LARGEST TOY DEPARTMENT STILL HAS LOTS OF TOYS TO CHOOSE FROM--TOYS FOR ALL AGES--MANY ARE NATIOALLY ADVERTISED--IMPORTS AND DOMESTIC TOYS IN THE NEW--AND MANY OF THE OLD FAVORITES TO SELECT FROM. FREE COLORING BOOKS, CANDY CANES AND TOY CATALOGUES IN. OUR TOY DEPT., THIRD FLOOR FRONT CHOOSE NOW...PAY LATER using our CrirlsfmasBudg«t Account 1962 DECEMBER 1<)R2 SUN 16 23 30 MON OPEN 8:30 24 31 TUB OPEN 8:30 XMAS WED OPEN 8:30 26 THU OPEN 8:30 27 FRI OPEN 8:30 OPEN 8:30 SAT OPEN 8:30 "29" ;-irt™.E»W*1**ttfSj?¥**-^[^ A. 25" doublt drentr I. 34" condl* lamp, C. II" pin-up lamp, D. 19" adjuilabl* E. 13" lamp with F. 18" iwing - arm lamp, crystal ball, Walnut finlth trim. bran galliry shade, piano or dtik lamp. handle, for niteitand d«ik or iludant lamp, SALE! SOLID BRASS TABLE LAMPS FINISHED LIKE JEWELRY—REGULARLY SOLD FROM $10.95 up fa $14.95 Sleaming brass beoulies for table, sideboard, desk, dresser, piano or wall. Heavily weighted with felted base. Notice: no plastic parts, no tinny look — quality throughout! Lacquer finished so brass will not spot. Some combined with crystal. Complete with shantung '.hades. Wonderful finds for all rooms, welcome as gifts. Come in, moil, phone. DOWNSTAIRS

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