Wednesday Eve., Sept. 21,1949 Delphi Loses 14-13 Decision DELPHI, Ind.. Sept. 21—A muffed conversion following its first touchdown in the third quarter cost the Delphi Oracles a 14 to 13 defeat at the bands ol the Alexandria Tigers here Tuesday evening-. Coach Bob Miller's eleven trailed. 14 to 0.. at halftlme, but bounced back to push across six pointers in each of the third and fourth periods to make It a real scrap, only to lose the heartbreaker by the single point. Alexandria tallied seven points In the first and second periods. Summary: Alexandria 7700 —14 Delphi ..,.-. 006 7—IS SEI TODD'S FOR HEATING COMFORT LOW'COST with ihit NEW MODEL 422 Wilh Built-in Automatic H.at Regulator t.OHL HEATER Heats All Day and Night Without ••fueling • Exclusive Patented Interior Heal Circulating fan Available at Slight , Additional Coil. So* It Newl SOLD ON EASY TERMS ONLY $10 DOWN FOR ANY MODEL TODD'S Tho Star* That Service Built" 327 E. Market Ph. 3300 LOGANSPORT PUBLIC LIBRARY Four Schools Win Games In County League New Waverly Beats Onward For First Victory of the Campaign. Play in the Cass County High School Softball league continued Tuesday afternoon with lour teams registering triumphs. Royal Center nosed out Young America, 6 to o, in the closest tilt of the day, with Tribbett, ot the Royals and Marshall of the Yanks, hitting home runs. ' Lucerne made the most of only six hits, but bowed by a 11 to 9 margin to the Walton AVarriors, which collected 12 hits. Neville and Angle clouted home runs to lead New Waverly's club to its first victory of the campaign, 15 to 9, over Onward. The winners had 12 safeties. Washington township trounced TO 1OQK AT ptts Lowest Cost HEAT Money Can Buy! So* tho NEW MODEl 422 Ulnnm IDoiminG CML mmrm With built-in Automatic H«al Hacpilalor. HMI Circulating Fan araUabl* at slight additional cost. 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He was fired, he said. "What's more, Isbell snapped, the Colt management didn't even tell him about it. He read about it in the newspapers. The Colts announced Monday that Isbell had resigned "for the good of the team" and that President and General Manager "Walter Driskill was taking over for the remainder of the season. Star City Baseball Team Wins 2 Games STAR CITY, Ind., Sept. 21—The Star City high school baseball team has recorded two victories in the Pulaski County league, defeating Winamac 22 to 6 and Monterey, 9 to 2. Star City's next game will be Friday afternoon with Francesville furnishing the opposition. Summaries: R H E Star City 22 1« 2 M'inaninv 6 10 « Bonnell and Sillier; Hoeft and Masterson. R H I .Star City » 11 2 Monterey 2 5 3 Moon and Miller; Engel and Kellar. Willie Pep Kayoes Eddie Compo in 7th WATERBURY, Conn.. Sept. 21— (UP) — Featherweight champion Willie Pep, after treating his Connecticut home fans to a torrid title defense on a chilly night, will make his next ring: appearance in cozy Madison Square Garden on Oct. 28 or Nov. 11. In semi-frigid municipal stadium last night, Pep kept his 126-pound crown by scoring a technical knockout over young Eddie Compo of New Haven, Conn., at 41 seconds of the seventh round before 10,722 top-coated and shivering fans. Society Mr. and Mrs. Mark Oliver and sons . erry and Jack, of Rochester honored Mr. Oliver's grandmother, Mrs. J. A. Oliver at a dinner on her Slst birthday anniversary. Guests were Mrs- Anna Oliver, Mr. Lnd Mrs. Robert Carney, and Mr. and Mrs. Tom Thompson, of Logansport; Mr. and Mrs. Don Hizer ..j-J •imily. Grass Creek- Mr. : cl Mrs. Arden Kincaid, Warsaw; Mr. and Mrs. L.well Oliver and son, Mr. and Mrs. Irvin Oliver anJ daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Martin and family, and Mr. and Mrs. Thompson Lawrence, South Bend; Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Oliver, and Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Shelton, of r.ochester. Mrs. Oliver was presented with many lovely ' The marriage of Miss Evelyn Edington, of Rochester, to Howard B-.irns, Rochester route two, was solemnized Sunday afternoon at the parsonage of St. Paul's E. U. B- churc'- with the Rev. "William Hughes officiatir^. Parents of the couple are Mr. and Mrs. William Edington and Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Burns. The bride wore a-grey suit with match- Ing accessories and a corsage oE pink carnations. She was attended by her sister, Miss Louise Edington. The c_aple will reside In Griffith, Indiana, after a honeymoon trip to Chicago. 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Case county, Home Economics club, Mrs. John Walls. 2 p. m.—Study and Service Guild, Bethlehem Presbyterian church Edna •"Williamson. 6 p. m.—Excel club, Flo Frantham, 6:30 p. m.—Order ot Amaranth, Ninth Street Christian church dining room. 7 p. m.—Altrusa, Barnes hotel, 7:30 p. in. Jefferson township PTA, at the school. 7:30 p. m.—Fourth Mothers study club, Dyk&man park. S p. in.—Ladies Eagle Boosters, Eagles hall. S p. in.—American Legion Auxiliary, Memorial home. S p. m.—Daughters ot Isabella play night, K. of C. hall.- Ruth Ann Willing Engaged To Be Wed Announcement is. made of the engagement and approaching marriage of Miss RutU Ann Willing to Charles Robert Reese by the bride- elect'g parents, Mr. and Mrs. William Willing, Logansport route six. Mr. Reese is the son of Mrs. Edna Reese of Georgetown. Plans are being made tor a wedding this fall. Miss Willing is a Royal Center high school graduate. Her fiance attended the same school and is employed by the Greenville Gravel company, west of the city. (Enter FORD* | 100,000 CAR-wcry CONTEST I and get thli attractive ' reflector tnltalled Fit It I SEE ANY FORD Of AltR HOW! Deaths & Funerals G01TZ Funeral services for Mrs. Minnie A. Goltz, 92, of 506 Tenth street, will be conducted at 3:30 p, m. Thursday at the McCloskey-Hamilton chapel by the Rev. B. L. Stroup. with burial made in Mt. Hope cemetery. The body remains at the funeral home where friends may call. TEKJfOX Final rites for Elaine Kay Vernon, 11-month-old daughter of Mrs. Helen Vernon. route 3. city, will be held at 1:30 p. m. Thursday at the McCloskey-Hamilton chapel. The Rev. I. L. Pusey will officiate and burial will be made in Mt. Hope cemetery. WESTIRXAX Graveside rites for Claude H. Westerman, 6S, a former resident of Logansport who died Monday at Detroit, were held Wednesday afternoon at Mt. Hope cemetery by the Rev. Harold King. The Cliase- Miller funeral home was in charge of arrangements. HABKIXGT02T Last rites for Mrs. Mae R. Harrington, wife of O. L. Harrington, 321 South Fifth street, were conducted Wednesday afternoon at the Chase-Miller chapel /by the Rev. Kenneth Ball, with burial made in Mt. H*ope cemetery- FEHGDSOX Services for Mrs. Leila Ferguson, 41. of New Waverly, were held on Wednesday morning at the McCloskey-Hamiltou chapel. Mrs. Mary Lytle officiated and burial was made in Mt. Hope cemetery. NOTICE: of HEIHS CREDITORS, ETC. ESTATE Xo. 1331S IN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE OF STELLA A. MARSHALL. Deceased, IN THE CASS CIRCUIT j COURT, September Term, 1949. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, I That Gnil W. Marshall and Char- I lotte E. Martin as Co-administra- ! tors of the estate ot Stella A. Mar: shall, deceased, have presented and filed their account and vouchers In final settlement of said estate, and that the same will come up for examination of saUl Circuit Court on the 13th clay of October, 1949, at which time all heirs, creditors or leg-atees of and all persons interested in said estate are required to appear in said Court and show cause, if any there be, why said account and vouchers should not be approved, and let all heirs, legatees and other persons interested appear and make proof ot their helrship i or claim to any part of said estate. GAIL W. MARSHALL, CHARLOTTE E. MARTIN Co-administrators WITNESS my hand ami the seal of said Court, at Lopansport, Cass County, Indiana, this 19th day ot S«pt. 1949. GEORGE W. CLINE Clerk Cass Circuit Court HAKNA, SMALL & CAMPBELL. Attorney for Estate 21-28 TRUCK IHUYER KlIXEB BROOKVILLE, Sept. 21—(UP) —Truck driver William Alvis Amos, 50, Cincinnati, 0., was killed yesterday when two trucks collided at the intersection of "U. S- 52 and Ind. 1. The driver of the other truck, V. H. George, Bedford, w..j injured slightly. LEGAL NOTICE OP PUBLIC HEARING Notice is hereby given that the Local Alcoholic Beverasre Board of Casa County, Indiana, will be at 2 p. m., on the 4th day of October, 1949 at the North Court Room, Court House, In the City of Lograns- port, Indiana, in i^id county, begin investigation of the applications of the following named persons, requesting the issue to the applicant! at the locations hereinafter set out, of tha Alcoholic Beverage Permits of the classes hereinafter deslgrnat- ed and will, at said time and place, receive information concerning: the fitness of said applicants, nnd the propriety of Issuing the permits applied for to such applicant! at the premises named: Carl B. Bollei and Elsie Farrer, 67225, (grocery). 201-5 Burlingrton Aye., Jjo^ansport, Indiana, beer and wine dealers permit. John and Tony Madonnx, 67345. Crestaurant), MOS 17th St., Logansport, Indiana, beer and wine retailers permit. Said Investigation wlll.be open to the public, and public participation ip requested. INDIANA ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGE COMMISSION By JOHN F. NOONAN Secretary BERNARD E. DOTL.E Chairman 21-29 One-Fuel Heating Plants Passing! WILLIAMSON WtF M* ntn-itf tii-no. nmte FREE Furnace Inspection. Expert m»ir work on any niaka of furnace. <5»t based on labor mut materials UMK! Phone or write today. —Because of This ALL-FUEL Furnace Thai Burns Coal, Oil, Gas or Coke The New Williamson Tripl-ife All- Fuel Furnace makes the old-fashioned one-fuel -heating plant as old as yesterday's newspaper. Why limit yourself to one fuel? Choose the fuel you like. This furnace is economical and' heats all rooms in coldest weather.. Monthly payments to suit. -Furnace* Cleaned IS.9S •• GRANT WILLIAMSON FURNACE CO. : 326 Wilkinson St. Logansport, lad. Phone S20» or J0415 LoQonsport Pharos-Tribune 7 Peru Youth Receives Grant for Research PERU, Ind., Sept. 21—John W. Bowyer, Jr., of Peru, an Indiana university graduate student, today had been named recipient of a new $1,850 business research grant presented by the Indiana Association of Installment Credit Companieg, Inc.. to the Business Research fund of the I. U. Foundation. Howard S. (Howdy) Wilcox. foundation director, in making the announcement, said that Bowyer, 2S-year-old World War II vete'ran who was a teaching- fellow in the finance department of the School of Business last year, was selected by the executive committee of the fund because of his outstanding scholarship. Bowyer will prepare a study of municipal credit and securities toward a doctor's degree in commercial sciences. Joseph Plotner Rites To Be Held Friday ROYAL CENTER, Ind.. Sept. 21— Final rites for Joseph E. Plotner. 76. will be conducted «t 3 o'clock Friday afternoon at the WolU funeral home, the Her. Ralph McCormack officiating. Burial will be In the Indian Creek cemetery. The deceased is lurvtred by a daughter. Florence Matter, ot h«r«; Joseph, Kokomo; thre* grandchildren, and several niece* and nephews. The body li at the funeral hone. where the Knighti of PythlM w!ll have services at 8 o'clock Thursday night boy memoriak.^1 proudest |heritage?! name, they krrow^e} memorial «*fl|^ * UnamelihrougUout^htji Logansport MommM Co. HollitC. Covor.Mgr. 407Hanna_St. Miono )6$S **r UhriMtlMi M h Yew ' Norn. ,. ' Addrew _.. I City „_«.___•.-_..,, I I Mctfltoth . SELtlT P U m H £m> LOT uno fflffiuv raon u sit" n i SAVE !4 CONGOLEUM REMNANTS Ideal for Use Under Stove* Cut to Your Size! Save money on these remnants. We. know you need odd pieces to stick under stoves—and we have them! All patterns and colors. Cut to any size for your stove. SAVE $5.16 Plastic Upholstered DESK CHAIRS Hardwood frames, spring seats. Finished in walnut, limed oak, and mahogany. 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