The Logansport Press from Logansport, Indiana on October 29, 1957 · Page 24
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Logansport, Indiana
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Tuesday, October 29, 1957
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fi PORf IP i UULJu PAGE TWELVE THE LOGANSPORT PRESS, LOGANSPOET. INDIANA TUESDAY, OCTOBER 29,1§3T Reports On Service Men FAR EAST—Thomas D. Parker, seamar;, USN, son of Mr. and Mrs. Carval H. Parker of Garfield St., Logansport, Ind., and husband of the former Miss Norma C. Brum- rriet of Logansport, Ind., is serying aboard the anti-sucmarine aircraft carrier USS Princeton, with the U.Seventh Fleet in the Far East. FORT BLISS, TEX. — Army Specialist Second Class Richard D. Laymon, 26, son of Mr. and Mi's. Robert F. Laymon, Route 2, Walton, Ind., recently was graduated from the surface-to-air missile electronic materiel maintenance course at the Antiaircraft Artillery and Guided Missile Center, Fort Bliss, Tex; Specialist Laymon 'entered the Close-out Special Sherwin-Williams Paints . in Discontinued Colors ; Shop early on these Top Quality Interior Wall Paints Save up to 50%. Get th» color you wont as low/as South Side Lumber Co. 811 Burlington Ph.: 2319 Army in October 1956 and completed basic training at 'Fort Leonard Wood, Mo. He attended Purdue Center in Fort Wayne. His wife, Maiybelle lives in El Paso, Tex. FORT SAM HOUSTON, TEX.- Army Nurse (Capt.) Dorothy A. Ewing, daughter of Mrs. Anna M Ewing, Route 4, Vi'inamac, Ind. : recently was assigned, as a nurse at Brooke Army Hospital, Fort Sam Houston; Tex. Captain Ewing entered the Army Nurse Corps in 1945 and returned to the U. S. from a tour, of duty in Europe in September of this year She is a graduate of St. Joseph's School of Nursing' in Chicago. VANCE HONORED Election of Dr. Russell E. Vance instructor in history at Allegheny College, to Pi Gamma Mu, national honorary social' science society was announced at the" chapter's late October meeting. Dr. Vance; son of Rev. and Mrs, R. E. Vance, Fort Wayne, was instructor in adult education at Indiana U. before his appointment at Allegheny. Myers Greenhouse. Dial 3996 FALL FESTIVAL NOBLE TWP. SCHOOL TUESDAY, OCT. 29 5:30 to 10 p.m. Chili Supper, Masquerade at 7 p.m. Refreshments and Entertainment Public Invited ATTENTION, CATTLE FEEDERS! We will sell at our regular Thursday Auction OCTOBER 31, 1957 416 Drummond Yearling White Faced Heifers Fresh From 'Farm ... 550 to 750 Ibs. High Quality—dehorned-guaranteed open Been on farm since April 1, 1957 PRODUCERS MARKETING ASSOCIATION One mile south of Klondike - Phone Laf. 3-2121 Bob Snodgrass, Gus Sorenson, Salesman DR. W. RAY DAVIS Your Chiropractor for 25 Years, Says: "YOU SHOULD GET THE BIG IDEA 0 Take full spinal adjustments with regularity until all symptoms disappear-Then onco a week to retain your newly acquired health. 304'/2 4th St. (Over Central Drug Store) 4th St. Entrance —PHONE 3365— Open House Af/< IN PERSON Charlie Spivak Orch. TUESDAY, OCT. 29,9:00to 12:1 $5.00 PER COUPLE Dinners Served From 5:30 to 8:30 PERU ELKS (PERU, IND.) Liberal Trade-In Allowance For Your Old Storm Windows Or Doors On the Purchase of These New SELF S T CJ R INS ALUMINUM COMBINATION WINDOWS FREE MEASURING SERVICE FREE ESTIMATES Logansport Lumber Co. PHONE 3067 COPPER TUBINGS FOR OIL STOVES-WATER LINE AND BRASS FITTINGS * CHECK OUR PRICES BEFORE YOU BUY * ALSO BLACK STOVE PIPE GALVANIZED PIPE GALV. nUMUNG SUPPLIES GARR HARDWARE Minnie Smith Dies At Local Hospital Funeral services for Mrs. Minnie Smith, 16-15 Miles' street, will : be conducted" at 2 p.m. Wednesday at the Chase-Miller- chapel witih Rev. Kenneth Brady, pastor of the Ninth Street 'Christian church, ^charge. Burial will be in Mount Hope cemetery. Mirs. Smith died at 6:25 a.m. Monday at Memorial hospital, following, a long illness, _ •. She was the wife of Louis. A Smith, who .survives. The daugb ter -of. Joe' and Mary Bryan .Young she was born in Camden, Ind. She was a member of the : Ninth Street -Christian .church, Fidelity .Chapter 58 of the Eastern- Star and tine Ladies Auxiliary of the Bro'thenhood of Locomotive Fire men and Engineers. Also surviving are a son, Borris H. Lohrniing; brothers H. -B Young, Chicago, Elmer and R. E Young, Logansport;- five ' grandchildren and nine great grandchildren. Friends may call at the- chapel Ritualistic services will be conducted at 7 p.m. today by the G I. A. Ladies Auxiliary. B. of L.F and'E. Ladies Auxiliary will hole services and 7:30 p.m. followed at 8 p.m. with O.E.S, rites. Lin coin Circles No.' 1, Ladies-of tihe G.A.R. will hold rites at 8 p.m. Walton WALTON—Mr. and Mrs. Danny Layman and daughter were the weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs Walter Ward. . ' Mrs. Jane Fair has arrived in Alaska where she will reside with her husband, Lt. • Calvin Fair. Mrs. Carl Schwahm submitted to major surgery October 22, at Indianapolis. Miss Beulah Hall vacationed last week in Chicago. Mr. and Mrs. Donald Fitzer of Willow Branch were guests Saturday evening of Mr. and Mrs. Bon Shedron. Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Henry had as their dinner guests last Thursday, Miss June Ward of Kokomo; Mrs. Esther Klepfer of Galveston and Mrs. Francis Miller of Koko mo. The Martin Luther film will be shown in the Lutheran Church Wednesday evening at 7:30. The public is invited. Mr. and Mrs. Zeke Scott, Mr. and Mrs. Clint Henry and Mrs. HALLOWE'EN DANCE Wed., Oct. 30, 8:30 to 11:30 —(Favors)— Music By The Tune Timers Round & Square Dancing ROYALE BAR Royal Center, Ind. It's Cold Outside!! For your saving • and comfort, call on us for prices on "Capitol" the finest and most competitive Aluminum Combination Doors and Windows. Why pay more? You can't afford to be without them— KOOL-VENT OF LOANSPORT 511 Erie Phone 3650 Loev/s Little Roofer Says: "GOOD JUDGEMENT" Repair your livestock's living quarters NOW! If your Barn or Shed needs RE-ROOFING or .RE-SIDING or that FLAT j , ROOF needs attention see or call us now. Small improvements made now increase yoor profits in rhe future. 3 minutes north on Road 17 N.R.C.A. Member £ Little Giant Floor Jack LIFTS W,000 LBV with adjust' able wrench tin. to *ft. Ow wiHi wood of pip* port. FOR—Froor leading or to set iwbbefr floors. U» ol$o under porch, «>M«£. oaxilKtry b««ldmgj ( house tr«i*«rv «*c rwci $2.95 Dottie Murphy of Indianapolis were guests Saturday evening of Mr. ard' Mrs. Walter Chambers of Galveston. Mrs. Clara Braly^entertained at a dinner Saturday evening. Guests were Mr. and Mrs. Leo,. Smith, of Lewisburg, Kansas and Mr. and Mrs. Charles Jones and .daughter Sondra of Logansport. The Bunco Club met at the home of Mrs, Virginia Guckien of Logansport. Mrs; Martha, Davis and Mrs, Wilma Rhodes won the contest prizes. Others present were Mrs.' Hilda Kile and' daughter, Mrs. Joyce Graham, Mrs. Joyce Cripe, JJrs. Joyce Beechy, Mrs. Patsy Saylors,-. Mrs. Patsy Ramer, Mrs. Marlerie . Remley and Mrs. Elizabeth Layman. Mrs. Verne Conn entertained at a dinner Thursday evening honoring the birthday anniversary; of her husband Verne Conn, Guests were Mr. and Mrs. Mearle Davis and family,'- Mr. and Mrs. Ben Sturm and daughter and Wilbur Hose and Raymond Lake of Terre Haute. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Schwalm have sold their home to Mrs: Jean Rose and are moving to Logansport. TWO ARRESTS Sunday traffic arrests by police were: Morris Watts, 22, of route 6, driving 45 miles' an hour in Water street; Harry Holmes, 35, running stop signs. A police car said he ignored jhose at -Broadway, North and High as he. went north in Seventh. Read the Classified Ads RUBBER STAMPS Made In Our Own Plant f 2-DAY DELIVERY CHRONICLE PRINTING CO. 417 Market Ph. 4362 Claude Bair Rites To Be Wednesday Final rites will be conducted at 2 p.m. Wednesday at the McCloskey-Hamilton -funeral home for Claude Albert Bair, 52, rou,te 3,' Logansport, who died at) 11:20 a.m. Sunday at the- Chicago Gun Club north of Lombard, 111,' He was visiting his son, Burdette, and his father-in-law," 'Charles Straher, of Elmhurst, 111., when he was stricken. Reverend Raymond Echols will officiate at the services which will be conducted under the auspices of the Orient Masonic lodge No. 272. Burial will be in Mount Hope cemetery. Friends may call at the chapel. Born June 17, 1905, to Albert and -Emma Tucker Bair, he lived in Logansport until 1939, when lie moved to Nagaunee, Mich. He returned here in 1954. , He was employed as a tool and die maker for the KLK manufacturing company. He was a member of the Izaak Walton Leagw here, and a past master of the Negaunee Masonic Lodge No. 202; a member of the Royal Arch Masons in Negaunee^ and the Scottish Rite of Marquette, Mich. He belonged to the Broadway Methodist church, ' Surviving are his wife, Navada; a daughter, • Mrs. Dolores McClure; son,' Burdette; stepmother, Mrs. Drucilla Bair; a sister, Mrs. Dillard Williams, city; two stepsisters, Mrs. Leon -Lunsford, Reru; and Mrs.' Ralph Shaffer. Phoenix, Ariz.; stepbrother, Lester Stone, Camden; aunt, .Mrs. Minnie Oran; one granddaughter and several nieces and nephews. FIRST AID CLASS Civil Defense first aid • classes scheduled for Wednesday will be held at 7 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 31, at the : Red. Cross office. LOSS REPORTED An. $18 loss from South Side Lumber Co. was reported to police 'yesterday. • Entry was by breaking a window. The money was in a cabinet drawer. Card of Thanks We wish to thank our friends, neighbors, R.B.M., Rev. Grant, Dr. •Wilson, Memorial Hospital Staff, McCloskey Hamilton, ' Funeral Home, for their many' acts of kindness during the' illness and death of our Loved one Bert T. Parker. Mrs. Blanche Parker, Sister, Children and Grandchildren. THAT SUPCRJOR AMBULANCE SERVICE Oxygen Equipped Phone 3355 Home Of Late Jesse Taber To Be Razed For Church Parking Lot The 14-room home of the late Jesse Taber, situated at the northwest corner of Tenth and Spear streets, will be -razed by a wrecking company, starting today, to make way for the parking lot for the St. James Evangelical Lutheran church. Also to-be leveled is.a fcwoisfcory buggy barn at the \rear of tihe residence. • Purchase of the lot—165 x -82% feet—by the churcih last February gives the St. James congregation all- the land fronting on' the north side of Spear, between Ninth and Tenth streets. NEW SIGNS TODAY The new "Do Not Enter" signs above Market street at Twenty- fourth and Eel River avenue at Market, are to be erected today, Sgt. Wallace of police traffic said yesterday. He said the state highway, men told him they will be here today to put thern up. Old Taber Home To Be Razed By Church New building applications, filed with the building' commissioner and approved Include: Raze old Taber home, 431 Tenth, for church parking lot. The.prop- erty has been bought by the St. James Lutheran church. Carl -Mohler, 1024 Pink street, $900, remodel. Mrs. Florence Sinninger, 1825 North Third, porch work, $75. New residence 'south..of city on road 29, by Harry Grisley Jr., ?12,200. LIGHTNING ROD PROTECTION Phone 3666 Free Estimates North on Rood 17 ONLY WOLF GIVES YOU BLUE HEAT • • « Premium Fuel Oil Additive that assures cleaner, more efficient heat, at savings up to 20% — PLUS— RED STAMPS (ON CASH PURCHASES) For the same price as ordinary fuel oil. WOLF COAL & SUPPLY 314 Heath' Phone 3990 Sfie/fzone-ffie permanenf-fype antifreeze - is guaranteed to protect your car's cooling system all winter, down to whatever temperature you say. And if you need a refill, it's free. 1 Your Shell Dealer backs up the guarantee that one fill'.of Shellzone^^ Antifreeze will last all winter! If it doesn't, he'll gladly refill your cooling system free if needed! When you drive in for Shellzone, . he'll inspect your car's "cooling system for leaks and make sure all connections are tight. Then you tell him the temperature down to which you need protection— as low as 62° below zero if necessary. Your Shell Dealer will install the exact amount of Shellzone to'protect you to the temperature you've chosen. -.-'.•',- : • i Shellzone not only will protect your car's cooling' system against freezing—it will also guard against rust and prevent overheating due to boil-away— all winter long! Don't get caught by a sudden freeze-up. Get Snellzone now and get your written guarantee. Don't gef coucyfif/ Winterize early with Shellzone .H

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