Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on October 16, 1960 · Page 28
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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 28

Logansport, Indiana
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Sunday, October 16, 1960
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PAGE TWENTY-EIGHT THE WORDS-TRIBUNE and LOGANSPORT PRESS, LOGANSPORT,:INDIANA SUNDAY, OCTOBER 16, 190).More for Ybur Money! ROSS REID Roofing Co Free Roof Inspection Phone 3388. H. R. Dietze Plumbing & Heating' Kisidentiul-Commtrcial Industrial Phan* 340f . - 425 Jnd St. \\ SALUTE IHiPERSpWL AND FAMILIES OF BUNKER Hill AIR FORCE BASE and welcome tbm for Operation Hospitality! *M Modtl F2735 • Fins furniture styled- AS LOW AS .Per Week. console in grained W»lnut color. gfiln>d Mahogany coloror grained Btond Oak' color. 23'overall diag. picture mess. > J% P 1 rf% (\f\ 2 58 282 sq. in. of rectangular pirturtarea. Only ITS-HANDCWrTEO CHASSIS JAVES ON SERVICE HEADACHES You ;get greater operating dependability.v: fewer^erv- ica headaches, : because all chassis connections are ' carefully'handwired. hand, solderad. Only "capacity-pi us" components are-used forlonser TV-1 if*. With Trade ZENITH QUALITY EXTRAS 20,000 volts of picture power . Sunshine" Picture Tube » New Zenith-Target Turrcr Tuner • Spotlite:Dial • Cinelens» Picture Glass • "Fin Cooled" Power Transformer ' *3-Staget.F.amptifier« Dust -Tight Bondec* Safety Glass. * Pull-push on/off contro' • Tone controls 7" x SMenith Quaiitj Speaker. - ... . . - - . . TODDS "THE STORE THAT SERVICE 'BUILT" 327 East Market Dial 3300 Busjahn's Hospitality Specials "*' ^i*"*" .—• Just a few store-wide bargains for week ending Oct. 22 1.59 Metrectd 1. 115 l.«9Anacin 86c 54c Alka Seltzer 38c 2;98Sucaryl ....129 298Virans (30 *r..;i.89 £5c Sal Hepatica 69c 59c:J&J Baby Talc 47c 89c Playtex Baby Pants .49c 1.49Fever Thermometer ....98c 45c Modess or Kotex 33c 1 23 Bufferin 95c 1 48 P. Z. Insulin U-4U ; 1.09 1.50 Breck Shampoo 119 1.00 Aqua Yeiva 79c 3.50 Metamucil 2.98 75c Arrid Whirl-in-59c TIMEX WRIST WATCHES, • lay-AwayNow'for'Chritfmas- .\ f Ws have all mod»lf in»tock,nov^— |T .-." PRICED FROM $6:95 to>l9.95' „ Chidlren's Timex—All Characters $6.95 ( Stop WatcTiei-SelfJWind-Alarm^Watehef ^ PRESCRIPTIONS , AT REASONABLE PRICES ; See us if you .wish-to bring down the cost of sickness. J _ A state-registered professional pharmacist in charge. We 'fill your prescription-exactly as thtf,doc- tor orders, from the best drugs obtainable. DESERT FLOWER Hand and- " jf\ A/\ Body Lotion-$2.00 Value ....... ^ I .UU TRYPUR TASTY LUNCHES Home Cooked Delicious lunches A large variety-of sandwiches, - soups, ''sal- adsj and deserts, all reasonably priced. - For a real treat—Try our chocolate soda. — ,None so-good.'"'. '-"''' ' ' /Plenty of" Ice Cream," Too ........ Busjahn's Drug Store 306 Fourth'Street Four Hurt In Miami Co. Car Wreck PERU— Four persons were in-. jured, one sonously, m a two-car, collision at 1:30 p.m. Saturday at " ..... Start Fund Drive In Delphi Tuesday For B^y Scout Work , DFLPWI-A Kckoff breakfast will be held at the REMC^ audi- loriitm next Tuesday morning to .raise $1,418.97 the local quota for f th'c annualcamoaign for -funds for eight ior county-road, intersection miles south of'Peru.' Injured seriously was Harold Bargerhuff, .44, route 1, drive^of one of the cars. He sustained' a possible fractured shoulder, 1 right leg, concussion, and lacerations about the head!' and face. i Boy Scouts activities. "Bud" Jun- 'Darbv of the Delohi Lions Club Su P t - Eifcenberry of the Delphi Rotary Club have been ,'' named co-chairmen 'of the fund Delphi has a Boy Scout unit of local Bank and Trust company before entering the service. He is a graduate of the Delphi high school and Wabash college. Charles Carroll Chap'ter. D.A.R. will meet Friday, Oct. 21'at" 1:30 p m. in the home of ,Mrs. Gearold Clawson in South Delphi. Mrs. Vernon Childs will talk on the Fullbnght Scholarship, which she won while a student | at MacMurray College at Jacksonville; Illinois. The American Legion Auxiliary will meet Tuesday night, Oct. 18, at the Legion Home at 7'30 p.m. Sue Wingard and Mae Toole are .co-chairmen of the committee. their annual fish fry. Those planning to .attend are asked to bring two covered dishes and table service. i _The committee" in charge of the program will include Mr. and Mrs. Langdon Patterson, Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Rush and Mrs 1 . Letha Carey. A report on 4-H Club work will be; given and an election of offi- "cers will be conducted. The Pet and Hobby-Club members will meet with their leaders, Mrs. Joan Ingle and Mrs. Mary Alice Guy. " " ' and two Cub Seoul Pncks of C-5 members in Delphi and 25 „ , 'members in Pittsburg. Persons Also injured were Charles Stod-1 ^ wish to con t r jbute to this gell, 18, Araboy, driver of^-the second car, injuries to right shoulder and'arm, his mother, Ohla, 40, head lacerations; and his brother, Conrad,- 12, bruises. The father, Clayton, also: a passenger in the car, was not hurt. Investigating officers Trooper |-]j 0r |, a t gl. Elizabeth hospital on John Rusie and Deputy Sheriff Thursday morning, Oct. 13. The Lowell Harmon said failure to mo ther is the former Joanne Gro- yield charges win probably bel n j n g er O f Burrows. 1 filed"against'Bargerhuff. Officers| Mr. and" Mrs.,.Clarence McKin- said BargerHuffwas en route west 'i ev O f South Delphi have received in a 1948 ( car and collided- with^ ca rd/from their son, Pvt. 1C the northbound 1957. Stodgelf se-j James "McKinley of the U. S. dan. Both cars were.-'total losses. Army, stationed. in Heidelberg, liplon Farm Bureau worthy cause may contact either TO MC6l October 18 Mr. Darby or Mr. Eikenberry if ^^ Tlpton townsn i p , p arm BU- ttey are not "contacted directly oy reau w jjj meci Tuesday, Oct 18 the members of the ten teams of t wo in (he Tipton town . 'solicitors or their four captains. ' Mr. and Mrs. Dean Ralcllff of Delphi-aie the parents of a son '"Card Of Thanks -Our sincere thanks to friends' "and neighbors for expressions^ .of syinpathv.'lovely floral offerings, iand< other, courtesies ex-, tcnded at ihe passing of our beloved, daughter' and' sister," Naomi Ogborn. - We especially wish to thank-Rev. Hashberger for» a comforting message, the pallbe'arers 'and Chase-Miller chapel" for'their wonderful as- .sistance. ' —Mother, brother and sisters.. scnoo i building for The injured .were taken, to Dukes hospital in .the Laird "and Leon Allen ambulances. , Sues For $15,000 . For Taxi injuries Charles B. Castq,.of Columbus. Ohio;"asks.$15iOOO "in a complaint ^action against,Courtesy Cab. Inc., filed in Cass circuit court Saturday. Casto.said surgery will be required for a- knee he bumped on an open . glove . compartment door. in. a .cab-. .Kevin 'Hooley .is attorney for. the,plaintiff.- Germany, that he was on a two •weeks leave and ha] visited Rome, Italy, where hi: had an audience with the Popel James was employed in the ANNUAL FALL FESTIVAL and CHILI SUPPER 5:00- to 8:00. -THURSDAY. OCTOBER 20 '.AT Noble Twp. School HALLOWEEN PARADE-7:00 (Prizes Given) Carnival, Homemade candy ai Country; Store, Games, Eun> HAM & CHICKEN PIE SUPPER Lucerne Christian. Church •"LUCERNE SCHOOL TUESDAY, OCT. 18TH 5:00—8:00 p.m. Price? Your DonatiSn ENTER Every Month First or Third Monday Courses Include Professional Accounting • Secretarial — Comptometer Bulletin on-Request. "Indiana Business College Barnes Bldg! _ Ph. 4276 '•'Logansport Approved IFor Veterans Sunday Papers CHICAGO-INDIANAPOLIS NEW YORK-FORT WAYNE LOGANSPORT-DETROIT ASK ABOUT RESERVING YOUR FAVORITE BURKS ,13th and E. Bdwy. Open'til 9 p. m. Phone 5966 Watch This Space IT MAKES GOOD TRUCK AND 1O/IO DODGE 1 ton— Grain bed I 7TT 7 Stock Rack-Dual R.' Tires -,-. . . |NTERNATIONAL R - 110 1QP 4 I 7 J^T INTERNATIONAL R-110 Pick-up $/yr. 00 pick-up side extensions, stock rackO/ 3 International Tractr R-195 « $ 485( TOCO I 7 JO 5th wheel and tanks Low mileage TRADE-INS ON NEW INTERNATIONAL TRUCKS I. H,. DEALER 510 HIGH ST. JACKSON-KITCHIL SS 415 8A STREET tfW 3658 AL a^d DON SCHMIVT LAST DAY Closing for the season after Today,Sun.,Oct.l6th Jf oct Your Freezer How Sycarrtore Driye In IPHONE 3809 - 20th-;ST. STOP AT MEHAPFIE'S North'iid*' Service Station for • Car Washing • Simonixing • Wheel Balancing •and COMPLETE'CAR SERVICE 903 N. 6fh St. MONDAY-TUESDAY-WEDNBDAY GROUND BEEF 100% PURE SUCCESS every time yow decorate with StPER'KEM-TONE UATVX WAL4. South Side Lumber / 811 Burlington Phone 2319! PLASTIC Laundry Basket. .99 ea. BONUS BUY Have You Visited " OurNew GREETING CARD CENTER? CAKDS FOR-AIL- OCCASIONSi. SEND'A', ' HALLMARK CARD "Wh.n.you tan .nough lo i.nd th« v.rv b.lt" Exclusive At. TIMBERLAKE'S "Or.tting Card WE ACCEPT •fa. Payments of utility bills . •^ Payment of tele- ' phone bills. '•j^- Payment of gas bills WE ISSUE; •jt <Money Ord«'*< + Sell 'Stamps ash fay Checks 'WE RESERVE THE RIGHT TO .WMIT QUANTITIES J»ff«r$on and Erie At 18th Street'

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