Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on October 16, 1960 · Page 42
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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 42

Logansport, Indiana
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Sunday, October 16, 1960
Page 42
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PAGE FOURTEEN THE PHAKOS-TRIBUNE and LOGANSPORT PRESS, LOGANSPORT, INDIANA SUNDAY, OCTOBER II, 1*M. Plan Joint Meeting , Of Three Bureaus Mrs. Guy Gross, vice president the Indiana Farm Bureau, ivill show slides of her recent (trip to Europe at a_ combined meeting of the Clay, Adams and Noble township Farm Bureaus at J:30 p.m. Wednesday in the Adamsboro community building. • The committee members in charge of the meeting are Mr. |md Mrs. Wayne Packard; A. E. Packard; Mr. /and Mrs Bernard tox, ana Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Lindley. Baked Ham and Chicken Pie Supper Wednesday, Oct. 19 Clymers Mefhodist Church 5:00-8:00 p. m. $7.25 Adults 75e Children Bookmobile Lists Route; Diplomas To Go To Readers The bookmobile route for the week, announced by Miss Edna Holden, follows. Tuesday: Galyes- ton grade school, 9 until 2 30, grades one through five, Wednesday it, will 1 also be at Galveston grade school from t until 2, for grades 5 and 8 Eighty-eight diplomas will be distributed Thursday, it will be at Twelve Mile school from 8:30 until 2:30 and Friday at Eake Cicott school from » am. until 2 pm There were 144 diplomas presented at Washington township school Monday at an auditorium Twenty-foor diplomas were distributed at New Waverly Tuesday The pennant for'the highest number of points (237) and 159 diplomas were presented) to Noble township school at a special auditorium Wednesday Logansport Council No.HR.&S.M. Stated Assembly Monday, Octo- her 17 at 7:30 p.m. All Companions welcome. RobertD. Young, I. M. SAVE MONEY NOW! JUMBO FURNACE CLEANING SPECIAL Holland Furnace Co. APPLE BUTTER HOME MADE — 01P FASHIONED APPLES Jonathan — King David— Grimes Golden — Starks Delicious . CIDER---HONEY Jasper Flory & Son High St. Road , Phone 56438 Three From Here High In The ROK Three Logansport students are among Indians University sophomores whose excellent standing in Army BOTC has won them promotion to the rank- of non-commissioned- officers. of:the cadet brigade They are Michael B. Neville, 1429 Market, and Tom C.-Huston, 2216 North St, both promoted to cadet sergeant, John L. Wells, 2018 Broadway, promoted lo cadet corporal. Miss Ruth Sfanton, Former Teacher, Dies; Final Rites Al Flora FLORA— Miss Ruth Stanton, 78, of route t; - Flora,, died at a Lo- gansp^f" hospitals 'at'-vfcSO' "p.m. : Important Tax Meet At Rochester Oct. 20 ROCHESTER—There will be an important property tax meeting Thursday evening, Oct. 20, at 7.301 pm (CST) in "the Columbia schooll Lawrence Dorrell .Indiana Fanners Union Legislative director ,will speak Also present to give views on the present tax structure will be Ralph Rader, Hal Halstead, Robert Justice and Robert Peterson George Bowers, candidate for Congress, will be present. - .. Friday after an illness of three months. She was born in Flora Feb. 25, 1884, the daughter of Squire and Mary Ann (Dudley) Stanton. She had retired, in 1948 after completing 38 years of teaching mostly in the Flora schools. .' She is survived by a brother, Carl, of route 2, Flora; and a sister, Mrs. _Mae Weatherwax, of Bloomington. Final rites will be at two o'clock Sunday at the Letter f un er a 1 home. Blood Deliveries Continuing Here Red; Cross officials -said Saturday that blood "deliveries'are; continuing .here even though quotas have not 'been "met during recent visits of : the Bloodmobile. j Although' the last regular -deliv-i ery was cancelled because of a shortage ,of blood'atthe Ft. Wayne regional blood center, blood is ! still being broughttolpcal hpspi; tals as needed. The regular deliv-i eries will vbV resumed as soon as the shortage endsi ••.-.,• ' FALL FIX-UP SPECIAL! 4x8x'/4" F»R PLYWOOD $ 3.95 NEW WALLS THE EASY WAY WITH 4 x 8 x H PLASTER BOARD - ONLY $1.68 You can put Armstroho; Ceiling 'Blocks on yourself— Cover cracked and unsightly ceilings in a jiffy «' •'•*• . AT THIS LOW COST. Block 12"xl2" . ..ONLY I*IC Panel that den, basement or recreotion room with- pre-sealed V-Groove Mahogany at this $ f f\ s« SPECIAL LOW SALE PRICE. ONLY per sheet J.T J ALWAYS PLENTY OF FREE PARKING South Side Lumber Co. 811 Burlington Phone 2319 For Free Delivery HUdebrand Alterations & Tailoring formerly located at 319% Pearl St;, Now at 1212 College St. 2 blocks west of Nortb"3rfj Phone 20835 Swiss Steak Supper Tuesday, Oct. 18th 5 to 7:30 p. m. Columbia School Gym Adultt $1.25 Chi Wren 65e PHOtSTERfNG MMTOTI MoeM —— FURIWTURE SUNDAY PAPERS CHICAGO - INDIANAPOLIS-DETROIT NEW YORK - FORT WAYNE - : LOC5ANSPORT WE WILL GLADLY RESERVE YOUR PAPER / ALSO YOUR FAVORITE MAGAZINES" AND THAT DELICIOUS STOVER'S CANDY NOTICE For Your Convenience We Open Al 7 A.M. Sundays TIMBERLAKE'S GIFT SHOP "The Store of a Thousand Gifts" Chronicle Printing Co. QUAUTY - .j N D T E: x lone 4362 THE NEW-NEW HOMEOWNERS COVERAGE DWELLING-CONTENTS- CRIME & LIABILITY PROTECTION , in ONE POLICY CREE INSURANCE AGENCY U4 I. Third Strut DM J75t INSURE IN SURE INSURANCE Personalized Christmas Cards SO Books to choose from 10% discount'til Oct. 15 Pay latar whan you pick them wp TIMBERLAKE'S GIFT SHOP STOCK REDUCING SALE • U. S. Royal Tires • Batteries • Seat Covers' MEHAFFIE'S SERVICE STATIONS ' Your U. S. Royal Tir* p*al*r For Ov*r 25 V»a«. • 221-13th St. 903 N. 6th St. Last Week For DAIRY QUEEN CLOSING SUNDAY NIGHT, OaOBER 23rd Please place freezer orders early this week. Home'-pak in Vanilla, Chocolate and Strawberry. Better jtore some dillys, too. They keep well. , • QfllBRV Richard (ampi 1$ ROTC Lieutenant Richard E. Campi, 2516 N. Hillside Dr., was among Indiana University upperclassmen who have been; advanced, to cadet; "commissioned rank in : the Sr^Force ROTC. Students who complete four years of instruction are eligible for commissions as se~c- ond lieutenants in the Air Force Reserved Campi was promoted to cadet second lieutenant. / Grandson of Cass Couple; Succumbs Larry Boone, 20, grandson of Mr. and Mrs. Joel Boone, rural route 4, city, died Saturday mom- ing in.the Wabash county hospital after an illness of two months. He was the son ^of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Boone of Wabash. Survivors include a brother. Final rites will be at 1 p.m. Monday at the Eddingfield chapel on • Falls avenue, Wabash. Friends may call at the mortuary. -•• >:._: . The platinum group'of metals consists of. indium, osmium, palladium, platinum, rhodium and ruthenium. U. 3. Chess Player Named To'Big Four' LEIPZIG-, East Germany (AP) — William Lombardy of New-, York, was one of four, players named an international grand master at a chess convention Saturday. Others given .the title are ITarolos Guimard and Hector Sos- setto, both of -At gentina. , TURKEY SUPPER Spring Crack Church •Thuri., Oct. JO, 5-7:30 p.m. Complete wifti All Trimmings Adults $1.25 Children *5c WtNTERPROOF YOU* HOMENQWl C.mk. Storm Winrfmn ' .iriJ D'»*n ' nt t Minimi W M I Git*. Reid A&A 511 Erie Phone 3650 "Yoor Pmtte Secretary" Florence Doggy Offset PrfabBC tjrims Huneognphiiii - Photo Cap; U» Fontb St Pheee 3311 For Rent Complete Banquet Dishes. Silverware ud Party Crystal Catering Service Available Mrs. Herman Seidel R. R. 1, Star City, lad. Star City Phone LY-5-B1I Welcome to Logansport' DURING THIS EVENT BARNETTS WILL FEATURE Low HOSPITALITY Prices NORGE HOSPITAUTYPRia $ Norge 13 cu. ft. Rtfrifiralw-Friezw WAffflMU. AtfTOMATK OtHKMT SUM OUTSHHf POtOHJMN CRMNM 9 eu.ff. Fomiy Sfi* REFRIGERATOR • ,47-4*. MOZiN fOOO STORAOf • FUlW»rr12S-U. • 40OOKSHRVES BOHOM PRICE HOSPITALITY PUKE ONLY- 168 with trade NORGE UPRIGHT FREEZER 12 Cleft. • Freezing Shelves • 400 Hi. M- paeity. • Aluminum Inner liner • Ooor Shelves • 5 yr. warranty • 5 year food protection warranty 20 cu. ft. Chest Type Freezer • 700 U>. Capacity • Basket and Dividers • Ltd leek • 5 year warranty • S year feed protection warranty. DAY AND NIGHT TV SERVICE DAYS PHONE 2«21-NIGHTS AND SUNDAYS 53830 A 50015 DAY AND NIGHT APPLIANCE SERVICE , DAYS PHONE 2821-NIGHTS AND SUNDAYS PHONE 7414 1800 E. MARKET fTOMHOUftf Memloy^ueed.y, • eun.te (p.m. Wedimdoyand Saturday' < a.m. » * >.m. 4T««OU1H1HMD 's Bargain Barn PHONE 2*21

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