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SUNDAY, OCTOBER 2, I960. V .THE PHAROS-TRIBUNE and iLOGANSPORT PRESS, 'LOGANSPORT, INDIANA PAGE TWENTY-SEVEN 54. CLOTHING, JEWELRY. Winter Shoes r at 10c to $1.50 . The Thrift-Shop ' ~ 411 E Market ' ", 55. TELEVISION; RADIO, Hi FI SEE our.1961 llne.'o.f Philco "appliances and TV's'at our low, low prices, $10 delivers. Firestone Store,'Third and Eel. FIRESTONE 21-Jn. console TV, $50. Carl Penn's TV, Clymers on Highway 25. - Phone Burrows 26-X. NEW 23" ZENITH TV 1961 Console 258,00 wt. 2.75 wk. TODD'S 327 Market, Ph. 3300 56. PiANOS, MUSICAUNSTS ASSUME monthly payments of 56.72 on repossessed portable organ. -Thompson Piano Store, $34 W. Miami. NEWlnd used pianos. Thompson Piano Store,. 834 W. Miami. WANTED: Good -used upright piano. Write Box A-243, this newspaper. _ CASH, for your used piano. Phone PLAYER piano, records, $50; new violin, • standard • size, 530. Twelve Mile 2S1S. 71.' LIVESTOCK, FEED/ETC. PUBLIC SALE: Purebred, Hamp•shire open gilt and boar sale,' Fairgrounds, Warsaw, Indiana, Tuesday night, .October 4, featuring the get of.-Explbfer, 1959 All American, and Certified Meat Sire. Seevral from "certified Jitters. Leroy Norris, Mentone, Phone EL-3-2872. TESTED v Hampshire Boars - also good Spring Ram. Gordon Little. 3 miles north Walton Ph. 3316. FOR Sale: 50 Duroc boars, feed conversion^: certification .and production. Farm Wi miles west of Burlington. Ralph Rinehart & Sons, Phone 11 Flora SPOTTED'Poland China male hog. 18 months. Walton phone 2701. 3 year old Guernsey herd bull: Ph:. Walton 3519. PUREBRED Landrace boars; also Hampshire and crossbred boars, • tested ind'10 mo. old. 2 miles north of Galveston on Road 35. STOCKER AND 'FEEDER CATTLE. 750 good and choice calves and yearlings, C."H. Metzger & Son, •Claypool 2031 or 2032. TETRA-PEKTUS rye.JUO bu. Phone 2506 Walton. per PIANOS AND ORGANS Sales and Rental Strange Music House.. 500 North PUREBRED Cheviot'rams. Don- ald.Woodling, Rt. 2, Walton. Ph. INTERNATIONAL 2 row model 73. FARM COLUMN' DUAL wheat, germination 98, 'test weight '60,- bagged and. treated. ^Fagan Brothers, Star City.'Ph. • LY-5-6437. ' • -, Royal Center Community Sale <Sak Starts-at ro'clock Every 1 Thursday - Phone 3755 Bring Battle'to Be Tested" by 12 o'clock. Bridge (' Corner. Aucts. LIME hauling, driveway stone, fertilizer. Emest Homburg. Ph. 56816. CERTIFIED LAPORTE SEED WHEAT - LESTER ELLIOTT Lucerne Phone 1-2221 GUTWEIN certified wheat of all varieties. Elvm Sadler, Phone 56150. 74. FARM IMPLEMENTS 74. FARM IMPLEMENTS LATE model No.~24~Internationa^ mounted corn 'Creek 2583., picker. Grass ' 'Dodge, ;Parts,t'Dodge Trucks -., "THomas^ Everman^ 517 North St', J.-'l. , CASE,-,-New Idea, Sales, 1 Parts & Service.'Winamac.'Sales "Co, _Ph. 39 Francesvilkr-LO r 79431. ", •" ,"••">£- " 'CORN sheller ,arid buzz'saw, good condition. Winamac Ph.'946-4733. MINNEAPOLIS Moline Darts and service available at Smith Implement Sales, 1 mile south on St. Rd.'21,-Peru, Ind., Phone GRidley 22557. ALLIS CHALMERS Oliver'Sales Service. Hoch Farm Supply, Winamac. . . 77. MOBILE HOMES WHEEL HORSE equipment, Tena's TV, Clymers. Phone Burrows 26)C 1200 BUSHEL~corn~crib $299.50 New Oliver 13 hole drill $550.00 Used New Idea elevator. Scheetz Oliver Sales, Lucerne. HOUSETRAILER3, j acuessones Buy, sell or trade. 2 mr N \V nn (' S 15 M;nie ^-"-m?":" FOR SALE or RENT 1—64 International Combine _ 1—76 International Combine " Berkshire Implement' Royal Center 56738. NEW and Used pianos ana organs. Hammond organs anc Story & Clark Pianos. Ramseyer Piano Company, 320 W. Taylor Street. Eokomo. Indiana WURLITZER pianos and organs. MYGRANT House of Music 528 E.- Broadway. Logansport 57. SPORTING -3OODS 14-ft. fiberglass boat, used .less than 30 days, sacrifice for' quick sale. Phone 7900. Our Guns AIM to Satisfy LESLIE'S GUN SHOP- • Authorized Dealer, Browning, Ithaca, Colt, H & R and others. Finance or Layaway Plan We Buy Sell and Trade 122 So. 6 th St. Ph. 2686 Open Until 9 p.m., Thursday, Friday, Saturday evenings. 59. -AUCTION SALES RUDD - SHEPHERD, Winamae, Ph. 124. Auction Co. Ph. 1872. KEITH BERKSHIRE, your friendly auctioneer, satisfaction guaranteed. " Phone 3197. 60. PHOTOGRAPHY WE RENT 8mm AND 16mm. movie projectors. Also 35mm.. slide projectors— Quick Film Service 524 E. Broadway. 61. BLDG. MATERIAL CONCRETE blocks Ph. JO 63513 Burlington Bldg. Products 65. COAL, OH, GAS FOR COAL OR FUEL OIL, DON'T . KEEP THIS WOLF FROM . YOUR DOOR. .Red Stamps or Top Value Stamps free with cash delivery. Phone 3990. QUALITY ccate, luel on, Schmidt Coal & Oil Co. 'Ph. 44024702. 66. FLOWERS, PLANTS TOP' SOIL AND FILL DIRT. PHONE 6929 OR 56395, MUMS for sale, 50c each. Buy 4, get. "Golden Mound" free, Mrs. Ren Groninger, northwest of Rockfield.; . ^ IMPORTED tulip bulbs, hyacinths, daffodils, etc., are here. ' King's Hatchery, Sixth at North. 67. WANTED TO BUY STACKLESS brooder stoves, portable heater, gun type burner; hanging feeders; pony, buggy outfit. Ernest Crawford, 1 Winamac, Indiana. USED spinet 'Phone 8983.' UNIVERSAL Jeep. Phone 56706. Perry Summers, Lake Cicott. 3 bedroom home, 1 floor, south side preferred. Phone 9412. WANTED to buy: .Used pianos. Write A-236 this newspaper. 68. DOGS; OTHER PETS COCKER puppies. Blonde: Phone ,7142. ' -'-••- • 69. POULTRY 100 WHITE ROCK pullets, ready . to lay. Phone UL 7-3182 Fulton: WANTED, .to -buy, full blooded male German Shepherd puppy. Phone 40410.; BEAUTIFUL : registered:- Collie puppies, $20 . Phone 20736 or Lucerne/1-2707 collect. 2 PUREBRED Beagle pups. 3 months old. Reasonable. Ph. 40751. THREE month old treeing Walker hound pups, sired by Lester Nance's "White River Boone." Lyman Murphy, Denver phone. CANARIES, turtles, parakeets, mvnah birds, pet supplies. Ph. 2268. 71. LIVESTOCK, FEED, ETC. FOR. Sale: Angus bull - 3 years old. VA miles west of Hoover. A. E., Packard & Serfs. 25 WEANING pigs for sale. Phone 40315. '•,'CHEVIOT- Ewe lambs. Phone Walton -4255. ' ," PUREBRED Hampshire- .boars and gilts. ^ Charles Potts. VA miles east, 1% south Jdaville. ARRIVING Oct 1st thru 4th,',850 Hereford and Angus calves. '• Weight 350-550 Ibs. Buy.now while the selectionis the "very ,-best. Calves, arriving daily. . . Harry Thome, 1 mile-north of ' Marion on State Road 8 &'37 r >150 .choice northwest 'Hereford and Angus calves, 350 to 500 Ibs., Roy * Wolf. , Phone. 40819." ,' > also one proven boar. Lawrence Willson, 3 miles northeast Galveston. 6 ewe lambs for sale; too good to sell on 'market. Call before -11 a.m. 3897. SMALT, pony for sale or trade for calves. Phone 56513. VERMTLLION seed wheat. Ren Groninger, 2 miles northwest -of Rockfield. 25 Corriedale ewe lambs.. Phone Deer Creek. 1430. PUREBRED Hampshire boars, vaccinated, tested for. -Bangs, Lepto. Camden51-N. Flora Bt 2. 3 miles south Camden on.Rd. .75. .-Roy Richter. PROFIT with feeder cattle. Wertheimer Cattle Co., Camden YEAGER & Sullivan, Inc. Guaranteed feeder pigs available at all times at Camden, Ind. FEEDER pigs Call J. D. Lesh. Deer Creek 35 or 2112. . •'• •'•• SPOTTED- Poland China boars and gilts. Kenneth Sharp and Ray Melburn, Burrows 29-C. -'WESTERN'- CALVES AND ; YEARLINGS 75 Kansas yearling steers, 650 Ib. 200 choice heifer calves, 350- *4501b. ' 150 choice steer calves, 400525 Ib. ~ 200 Holstein steers, 350-900: Ib. These cattle are top level quality. LOGANSPORT LIVESTOCK YARDS E. on 35 ' Ph. 2937 1 SPOTTED Poland China -boars. Robert Martin, % mfle^ west Burrows. " ^ BUY Hubbard's Sunshuie feed, • wholesale, 2-ton minimum order. Lester -Elliott, wholesale distributor, -Lucerne Ph. 1-222L CHEVIOT rams.' Carl Wilson, 2 miles northwest of Onward. 2 spring Suffolk rams v Hugh Strong, Twelve Mile, Phone 2765. MARTIN steel siios, corn cribs, • . dryer grain bins, and utility buildings. Dale Davidson, Metea 56825. -, SIX DAY HOG MARKET No yardage or commission Logansport-Livestock Yards, Inc. Feeder Cattle Phone 2925 HEINOLD bog market, buying aD classes of hogs, Monday through Friday, 7 a.m. to 1 p.m. No yardage, no commission. Royal Center, Phone '3295. 73. FARM COLUMN WANTED. -Cement-mixer. Reasonable. Vemon Funk, RR 5, Logansport. BALBOA rye. Raymond Reed, 1% miles north Onward. . Walton phone. . ' WANTED:. CUSTOM'BEAN COMBINING. Phone 40839. 2 .registered .Hereford bulls, 3 years old. " Call after 4 pin. , 40172.' SHOPSMITH Model- 10-E,:plus accessories. Cost" new $270. Keith Cook, Phone 4151, Extension- 355. 3rd cutting alfalfa for sale. Wffl be baled. • Phone 40567.- CURTISS FARMS 'Stud "Service. Dudley D. Bridge. Ph. Logansport 3606, Royal Center" 2185. Lucerne 1-2460 FOR SALE: Several shares of Cass Co, Farm Bureau stock, 25 cents per share or best offer. Ph. 2725 Twelve Mile. 2 cows for sale, 1 Guernsey, .1 Shorthorn, baby ducks 20c each. Call 56614." DUROC .service, boars and open gilts. Howard Mutchler, Kewanna. • • MORIAHfTY-PoIe Buildings. New pillar beam< construction. Wayne "Johnson 5630L; . " SMILEY pole buildings, 'top, construction, 'lower prices. 'Deer - /Jreek^li LAPORTE leed wheat, TW, ger- ••mination ,99,- :tcst • -weight '-60. Fagan Brothers, Star/City .Phone LY%-6437. > - ' ' Certified Seed,, Wheat ;" Seed is ready to go'. •," „ " Monon—All'on order. Vermilliori— Still-taking 'orders. .MARTIN-BROS. Rt 1, Walton, M, Ph. 3854.' 20: Good condition^.Royal Center 4278. USED CORN PICKER SPECIALS 1—Oliver 2-row pull-type picker 3—McCorm'ick-Deering 2. ME 2-row mounted pickers, overhauled, guaranteed. 1—McCormick 2 MH 2-row mounted picker with sheller attachment. 1—No. 20 .McCormick 2-row mounted picker. Jockson-Kitchel 510 High ' Phone 2311 1959 46x10 PRAIRE Schooner. Equipped to move in. Ph. 7622 for appointment FERREE &"Smith Mobile home " sales 517=i Ph. TW-3-32S5 or TW" 3- ii mi S. Afcrcr. STOP AND SHOP AT BAIRDS' Biggest selection of new and used mobile'homes in this area. SEPTEMBER'SPECIALS 1959 36x10 Hartlme $3500 1960 50x10 Great bakes. -4325, 1960 55x10 Detroiter .... 5175 1953-40x8-Pontiac ..'....'.. 2290 1953 27x8 Trailette ....:. 1200 With good credit and as low as $95 down, a mobile home can he yours at Bairds., If you have furniture or anything of value to trade,-let Baird bid on it. BAIRD'S MOBILE HOMES 2 miles south of Peru on'U. S. 31 Phone GR-3-9808 DODGE-DJMlt"*; , FORD-FALCON" Johnson-Ford Sales^Ph- 5103 25Uvat<E: Market SC tdsansporl .Winamac Motoi^Co.-Ph.f54' ,' 214 Monti cello St., Winamac, Ind. FRAZEE FORD SALES Flora, Indiana Ph. 296.' BUICK WSE Buick-Chevrolet-Ph 4135 2nd at Broadway, Logansport CHEVROLET' MANN. CHEVROLET Flora, Ind". ' ' Phone 156 Slocks Do Alter Dip GRABLES' Chevrolet-Corvair Twelve Mile; Ind . Ph. 2241' Dillman Che«rolet-Ph. 4-0123 St. Rd. 25, Clymers, Ind. Guy Urbm Auto Co.-Ph. 3121 Chevrolet Sales—Kewanna. Ind. LHRYSLER - PLYMOUTH - VALIANT Hendrickson Motor Sales, Inc. 417 Third St. - Ph. 5151- LINCOLN—MERCURY—COMETv. Hockman & Little', Inc., Ph.' 3089 Market at Eighth, Logansport .79. AUTOS FOR SALE MINNEAPOLIS-MoIine Uni picker, good condition. Phone Deer "Creek 1511. Wayne Forgey. . INTERNATIONAL 62 PTO combine. Phone 40599, .... . .. WANTED to buy. 38' Grain elevator.. : PHone' 33U.Walton. CHEAP. 1957.. Pontiac Catalina 2 door. New tires, white walls, '•radio, heater, Hydromatic. Call Lucerne 1-2740 after 5:00 p.m. 1957 CUSTOM Ford 6. Straight stick, $775. 1957 Desota .Sportsman, hardtop.. Fully! equipped. Ph 40158 evenings. 1910 MODEL T gas engine 'half ,scale like new. Write Box A-244 this, newspaper. 2-M International Harvester picker, good; Bowsher burr.mtll,^ex- cellent.condition; Wards wagon hoist, new. Harold R.-,Berkshire. .Phone 56708.. - '•'• .-, - - ' 1930 MODEL A" Ford. Very good shape-Phone 56063. ONE mounted 2-row 226 John Deere corn picker, does good .work. Priced right Roy Mil,burn, Burrows 29-C. 79. AUTOS FOR SALE Rambler Trade-ins .1959 RAMBLER AMBASSADOR, power brakes, power steering, 15,000 miles.' 1959 CHEVROLET Impala 4 dr. .hardtop. Power Glide, radio, heater. Color black, 15,W?0 miles. 1959 RAMBLER super wagon, straight stick, radio and ". heater. 1958 RAMBLER custom wagon, radio, heater, automatic; 1958 PONTIAC.4 dr. hardtop, .like new. 1958 FORD 6 2 door, Fordoma- tic,- low mileage. 1958 RAMBLER Super sedan, automatic transmission...,. 1957 PLYMOUTH Belvedere,' Powerflite, radio, heater. 1957 FORD 8 cyl. 4 dr sedan, , 'Fordomatici' ' 1956 RAMBLER, custom wagon, • "automatic transmission; 1956 FORD.8 Country Squire 8 passenger wagon. 1955 CHEVROLET Sel Air .sedan, Power Glide, radio , • and heater. - ' 1955 MERCURY Montclair, } dr, 1 owner. 1955 PONTIAC Sedan^ sharp . •-.' car, 1 owner. 1954 FORD 8 custom Ranch 'Wagon, Fordomatic, radio and heater. •' 1954 FORD'6~2 dr., oerdriva. ,1953 CHEVROLET 1 210_ Sedan, '' Power Glide', jadjo and heater. ,•„.„" 1952 OLDSMOBILE 98 Sedan,' a good "one, •• -'. '• All cars below market value-^ We have a few -new, Rambler Americans^ at a, big discount, c 1959'CHEVROLET 2-door sedan, : 6'cylinder, low mileage; 2—1960 Lincoln ,15'. camping trailers. Both new. Can be sold for' well under wholesale price.-Phone . 4137, or after-5-p.m. 50669. ^ FOR SALE: No down payment, 1956 Buick4 dr. Call 5103. Willie Newberry. ' ^ 1952 Ford' 6, Fordqmatic, radio, heater, $1S5.. Deer Creek Phone 2130. r 1955 Chevrble't,' yellow-and white hardtop, V^8, power pack, power brakes, WSW, R and H, Very dean. Ph. 40838. S A. Moss. 1951 Chevrolet: 1920 Spear. Weekdays, inquire after 4 p.m. : 81. TRUCKS FOR SALE 1957 DODGE'truck %, ton; perfect condition.-1948 Jeep % ton truck with .bed; 4 wheel drive. Frazee .Ford Sales, Inc. Flora, Indiana;, Phone 295. 1956 Ford %-ton pickup truck, good condition. Phone 3570. 1957 GMC %-ton pickup truck, 8 cyl., Hydramatic, A-l condition.; 1955 Ford station wagon 4 door, 8 cyl., T.O.M. Must see io appreciate. Frazee Ford Sales, Inc., Flora, Ind. Phone 296., 84. AUTO REPAIRS, GARAGES • STOP IN AT LOGAN TIRE , SERVICE for'suburbanite snow retreads: Quick servicemen all sizes including 14" tires. See Don'; or Doug Norzinskay at 229 W. 'Market Dial 3475. EXHAUST PIPES, tan pipes and guaranteed mufflers. Freu installation while you wait Joe Dhl, Phone 2810. 505 .Front St 'FACTORYAUTHORIZE NEW CAR DEALERS -RAMBLE*: R & R RAMBLER MOTORS , •801 E. Main, Logansport • All-steel bar mesh BEHLEN CORN CRIBS Sf«»p Roof Long Lifs Ertclion Strvici Avqilobt« Wayne Myers Phona 3162 FORDSON MAJOR DIESEL LIKE NEW SPECIAL $1895 2-860 Ford Tractor 861 'FORD DIESELtraetor with power steering. NAA FORD TRACTOR SPECIAL Lehr gravity boxes 6x1 Oft. v > ThifWeek Only $160 We .have on hand, Cross, Mayroth and Little Giant elevators at our special low fall prices. Also we have new-'and used corn picken. Eikelberner Tractor Sales ' - Phone 21326 . ' NEW YORK (AP) _ The stock market took a staggering loss' in September but began to show S:TS of recovery as tfie month ended. ' An estimated $19.3 billion was shorn from the quoted values of sleeks listed on the New York j Stock.Excriange du ing the. month, based on the fall'in The Associated Press average. This brought current quoted values^ on the b ; g board down to about J281 6 billion. The big decline'was based chipf- ly '"on "disappointment thaP the hoped-for upturn in business would take- place, according to 'Hoyle, after Labor Day. Instead, business news was disappointing. International tensions, capped-by the turbulent meeting of 'the United Nations,' also promoted traders to putl in their hoWis.'' The past week ran the market's string of weekly losses to five straight. Stocks stemmed a series of daily declines , on Thursday, however, and managed , a slight gain, based on -statistics.' This set the stage for the Friday rally, the biggest in two months. It was not enough to save the market from a net loss on the week. The'AP 60 -stock average fell 3.20 to 206 30, putting this indicator -at -its lowest reading -since. Dec. 9, 1958, when it : stood -.'at 204.90. Off ^5 -Points The. -Dow Jones industrial average this week fell 5 06 to 580.14. 'tlong' period of. sustainable,, -WrF inflationary growth.""' ~* ?.'•?• ^' r . The five rnost' : a'cUve'issues.'this week on the New,York- §tock»Ex- cfiange were:- '•" _- f Benguet,^ unchanged. ateljir on, 301,100 shares;" American Motors, up % at 21%; General Telephone & Electronics, up Ys at 27%;, Ampex, off l'/4 at 24%; and Standard Oil (New Jersey), up % at 40%. Corporate bpnd .prices suffered the.worst loss'of,the year in September. The decline was the first since May. ' However, U.S. government bunds showed fractional'gains- extending from the intermediate issues right through many of ihe longer maturity bonds.' •• - - , y - *• ^ ' - fr ne'aring'fthe',' end, of a recession- Joofc as decidedly ; bearish'"for, the next several weeks as picking of the second-largest crop of rec- x>rd tiegins.,.-' _ y "* A't the end 7ot the week, wheat was Jfc-'l'/i cents a bushel higher 'than a week ago, December $L94%-M; corn, unchanged to '/i lower; -Dccember-$1.09!4l oats %• 'lYa higher, TJecember SlVs-Vt', rye 2-2'/ 4 higher, December $12lH-%T soybeans-15^-2 cents lower, November HD Prog ram . OriOctoberll tion s"* county Home Demonstra- clubs 'are planning an „ , , -„ , , , „ . Volume for September -fell to ' achievemenrd ay program at 'the ' $93,924.900 par -value on, the York Stock Exchange from over $109 million in August. And com- nared with over $145 million in September 1959. For the week, however, volume increased to $28,-' 069,000—the best in almost four Center on Oct. 12 starting at -9.30 a.m., it is announced by Miss Eunice Zook, county home demonstration agent. Featuring the .jnorning session will be a demonstration on small months - from $23,435,900 last ,. week - but Thursday, topping three million shares. Turnover 'for 1 the week was 16,852,810 shares, the biggest since the week ended June 25 when volume was ;19,725,- 360'shares. The week's total compared with 14,930,330 traded the prior week, Stocks.' fell ' rapidly in the first three days of the' .week. The economic background remained drab. Commentators used the word "recession" more and more. TheU.N; situation created scare headlines. r While the market was- plunging to its. lows for the week, however, Treasury Secretary Robert Anderson made- an -optimistic- speech in which 1 , he said, the United States is ftlRNlTUKE LOANS Lincoln Finance Company Marli'Smith, Mgr. Phor« 3295 Watch This Paper for Announcement of MYGRANT'S f ^ 10th Anniversary Celebration 528 E. Broadway ' See The New Generation of Power 6 New John Deere Tractors at Plowing Demonstrations 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Tue..0ct. 4 and Wed. Oct S See'and Drive'.These New Tractors i 2 Miles East of Road 17 on Road 14 on George Smith Farm. Follow joad signs. Lunch by Pinhook Grange. Sponsored by: Gilsinger Implement Co., Winamac Travis Implement Store, Rochester R. D. Thomas Hdwe., Grass Creek Tuesday, October 4th One Day Advertising Special.'" The Singer'Sewing Machine Co., will be' at you/ dpor with a Special offer to service your sewing machine. Welcome'us and get your Sewing Machine 'cleaned, oiled and adjusted" for the total price of ONf? DOLLAR.^ This day only we are bringing qualified,.men. from the North- -ern Area to handle as many customers and their sew- 'ing problems as possible. ,To make sure you're not -missed on this bargain price call Monday for an ap- ' pointment '. Only the 1st 50 calls will be taken eare of. Call now and Save Dollars. " " f SINGER SEWING MACHINE CO. "311 4th Street 1 Ph'one 341/ Main St. Motors: Phone '4341 Driveways, Playgrounds Now is the time to get rid of winter mud Grains Hold During Week!^ CHICAGO (AP)-Trade in grain .futures this week followed long range factors generally but with none of an urgent nature. Price changes were relatively small. Wheat, oats'and rye maintained steady - .but moderate support while corn' and 'soybeans;' still .ahead of their-harvests for; the year, came under persistent pres- Factors that-have guided the wheat market'.for the past several i mists from Purdue. Several | ports and -a talk by Mrs. Lloyd Cash, -Lafayette district HD association -chairman, will be fea 1 tured along with several numbers by the Cass county HD chorus.- Individuarexhibits are due from to 3 p.m. in the afternoon "of Oct 11 -with judging to be done in the evening. An .installation"/of 1961 officer^ will also feature the. achievement day ^program. The new officers are to be elected at a meeting of the. 4-H'Council Monday. ".. The noon .luncheon .will feature a .salad.smorgasbord. Tickets are available from club presidents nt at the county Extension office, which must be purchased''by Oct 3. Trading was heavy every day y weeks still were the controlling influences. Major consideration was the trickle of supplies into commercial positions and the oc : ca'sional brisk demand to fill export sales. The week virtually removed all doubt about any severe damage .0 corn or soybeans from an early tost. Brokers said both crops apparently had won their race for maturity against" any such loss, however, on Friday, a slight julge in corn-prices was'credited .0 a forecast of frost in parts' 1 of be,heavy^corn producing regions of Iowa and? Minnesota. With corn already dragging along at its lowest levels of the season, traders, viewed--the ,out- Mrs. Elmer Becker, past state HD association president,, will "be' the featured speaker of the afternoon meeting..- Last summer Mrs; Becker made a trip to Scotland'jto l-a.meeting of the ACWW on which she will report and show slides. -' Another new and special fear ture of Achievement Day will be the exhibits of handicrafts, baking and sewing.' made by -the county HD members. v .The.Great Wall of China, completed after centuries of -lab"or by-millions'of .workers, stood ^20 to 30 feet-high-.averaging 25 feet thick: at. ils, ; base, and' stretched for 1,400 miles—the equivalent pi half way across the United States. PUBLIC AUCT40N ^ . - • OF NURSERY STOCK" '•'--.' «_ 1 -••— . ~ _ - * ' ' TOBEHELDATSTONEYPJKESALEBARN MONDAY NIGHT,OCT.3, AT7:00 (CSTL HOME ( OWNERS—Now is the time to beautify your, 'home --w2h the fall planting of nurseiy'stdck. The Hillside Nursery is holding its annual fall auction of evergreens,, shrubs and shade*trees . ^. consisting of Colorado Blue Spruce, Norway Spruce, Yews of all varieties, Pyramidals, Junipers, blue and green. Globe Arbor .Vitaes, also 10 varieties of Pyramidal Arbor Vitaes, .Holly Bushes,^Magnolias, Red and Green,Barberry, Flowering Shrubs',bf all lands,' -White and Pink Dogwood, Red Bud. Rose Bushes, Shade Trees, Fruit trees and Grape Vines. This sale consists mostly, of evergreens. . . ^ This nursery stock is some of the finest in the state. It is freshly dug and state inspected. Many people find this is a very convenient and conservative way to buy. • 'So come early' and'inspect our stock. All stock will be on the floor for inspection from 4:30 p.m. until sale. All stock is furnished by the Hillside Nursery,--located -at Dublin, IricL- Mr. Darter, owner of the'nursery, will" be here to answer all questions and help with your landscaping problems.- TERMS OF SALE-CASH. Not responsible for accidents. Truman SlabaUgh, Auctioneer Helen Slabaugh, Cleric Sale Calendar Oct. 1—Sadie Soloman, & Louise Dimmitt Vogel" Oct. 1—Berkshire '". Keith Berkshire, Aucfc Oct. 3—Hillside "Nursery Slabough, 'Au?t Oct. 4—Orie Tomson &,Sons , Hallock Oct. 5^-Cerita - Wilson Murden, Auct Oct. 6.—R. E. Johnson & Elmer Miles Roy.Crum'e Oct. 8—Kenneth-arid Eva Orem Thompson & Rinehart Oct. 8—Mrs. Goldie.Wilcpx Rinehart & Sons Oct. 15—Harvey. "WJUiams" - Murden Auct. Sold/ Leased, Rented or Loaned Save,up to 3% on you gas bill— JET FILLING BEAIRD L.P. Gas, Tanks., HEAVY DUTY'R_egulating System-arid easy '* to read gallons 1 gauge. '500 gallon installed complete for as . little as ?25.00 and tS.'ofl per month-., Credited if ( and when you buy tank. -All- types of Gas Burning Equipment, SEE THEM ALL, "THEN SEE US' After 'your working hours— Calf at brick' house north of Lucerne'School-' ' ~ FRUSHOURSlL CO, Phone Lucerne<-l-244S '; 1 Lucerne 1-2485

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