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PAGE TWENTY-EIGHT THE PHAROS-TRIBUNE and LOGANSPORT PRESS, LOGANSPORT, INDIANA SUNDAY, OCTOBER 1«, 1JS». More for Your Money! ROSS REID Roofing Co. Free Roof Inspection H.R.Dietze Plumbing ft Heating TODD'S SALUTE THE PERSONNEL AND FAMILIES OF BUNKER HILL AIR FORCE BASE and welcome them for Operation Hospitality! Styling PAY ONLY Model F17M » Fin* 1 urnifur* ityjtd cental* In frainad Wilnut color, (rilnid louny color or grained Blond Oak color. 23"ovarall dial, picture mess. 282 sq. in. of rectangular picturfaraa. Only Per Week ITS HANDCMFTCD CHASSIS SAVES ON SERVICE HEADACHES You 'get .greater operating dependability., fewerierv-: ice headaches, becaua*. al{ chassis connections are carefully handwlred, hand soldered. Only "capacity-plus" component! art used for longer TV life. With Trod* ZENITH QUALITY-EXTRAS 20,000 volts of pictur* powir* Sunshine* Pietur* Tube • New Z«nltn Target Turret Tuner • Spotlit* Dial •Cinalens* Picture Glass • "FirvCpoled" Power Transformer .»3-StageII. F. amplifier.*) Dust-Tight Bonded Safaty Glass. •Pull-push on/off contro' " • Ton* control • 7" x 5* Zimth Quality Speaker. •--...-ODD'S "THE STORE THAT SERVICE iBLHLT" 327 East Market Dial 3300 Busjahn's Hospitality Specials Just o few store-wide bargains for week ending Oct. 22 1.59 Metrecal ... 1 15 1.89AiHfcin .... 86c 54c Alka Seltzer 38c 2.98 Sucaryl ... 229 298Virans (30fr .,1.89 85c Sal Hepatica 69c 59cJ&J Baby Talc 47c 89c Playtex Baby Pants 49c 1.49 Fever Thermometer ... 98c 45c Modess or Kotex 33c 123Bufferin 95c 1,48 P. Z. Insulin U-4U ; 1.09 1.50 Breck Shampoo 1 19 1.00 Aqua Velva 79c 3.50 Metamucil 2.98 75c Arrid WhiH-in 59c TIMEX WRIST WATCHES loy-Away New 'For Chrittmcs We have all models in stock now— PRKBD FROM $« 95 W$l 9-95 Chidlren's Timex—All Characters $6.95 Slop Watehej-Self-Wind-Alarm Watches PRESCRIPTIONS AT REASONABLE PRICES See us if you wish to bring down the cost of sickness. " ' A state-registered professional pharmacist in charge. We fill your prescription exgctFy as the doctor orders, from the best drugs obtainable. DESERT FLOWER Hand.and Body Lotion-$2.00 Value . $1.00 TRY OUR TASTY LUNCHES Home Cooked Delicious lunches •A targe variety of sandwiches,, soups, salads, and deserts, all reasonably priced. For a real treat—Try our chocolate soda. — None so -good: ' ' ' ^'v 1 * __ ftp ' Pfenry of" lee v Cream; Toe' ..." Z3C Busjahn's Drug Store 906 Fourth -Street Four Hurt In Miami Co. Car Wreck PERU—Four persons were injured, one "seriously, in a two-car collision at 1:30 p.m. Saturday at a coun,ty-road intersection eight miles south of Peru." Injured seriously was Harold Bargerhuff, 44, -route "l, Amboy, driver of one of the cars. He sustained a ".possible' fractured left shoulder, right leg, concussion and lacerations about the head and face. • Also injured were Charles Stodgell, 18, Amboy,. 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 John Husie and,Deputy-Sheriff Lowell Harmon said failure to yield charges will probably' be filed against "Bargerhuff. Officers said Bargerhuff was en route west in a 1948 .car'and collided with the northbound 1957. Stodgell sedan. Both cars were'tptal losses. The injured .were taken- to Dukes hospital'in- tlie Laird and Leon Allen ambulances. Sues For $15,000 For Taxi Injuries Charles B. Casto, of Columbus, Ohio, asks ,J15,000 in a complaint action against Courtesy Cab. Inc., 'iled 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. .," HAM> CHICKEN PIE SUPPER Lucerne Christian Church i LUCERNE SCHOOL TUESDAY, OCT. 18TH 5: DO-* 00 p.m. Price?'Your Donation 1 . ENTER Every Month First or Third Monday ' Courses Include Professional: Accounting Secretarial — Comptometer Bulletin on Request Indiana Business College Barnes BIdg. Ph. 4276 Logansport Approved For Veterans STOP AT MEHAFFIE'S Northiide Service Station for • Car Washing • Simoniiing • Wheel balancing and COMPLETE CAR SERVICE 903 N. 6th St. SUCCESS... •v«ry time yo« decorate with SVKR'KfM-fMf SUPER South Side Lumber »11 Burlingron Phone 2319 Phone 3774 Hove You Visited Our New GREETING CARD CENTER? CARDS FO* All OCCASIONS . . MND A' ' ' ' ' HALLMARK CARD - Exclusive At- TIMBERIAKE'S root •Hug VKTO«DfALHl 111 (.(Ml Start Fjind Drive In Delphi Tuesday For Boy Scout Work :T)FLPKI-A Idcko.'f -breakfast will be'held at the REMC audi- vorium next Tuesday mornint; to raise 51.418.97 the local quota for (he ainual camoaign for funds for Boy Scouts activities. "Bud" Junior Darby of the Delohi Lions Club and Supt.. Wayne. Eikenberry of the Delphi Rotary Club have been named co-chairmen of the fund drive. -Delphi has a Boy Scout unit of 20 scouts and two Cub Scout Packs of 65 members in Delphi and 25 members in Pittsburg. Persons who wish to contribute t6 this Worthy cause may contact either Mr. Darby or Mr. Eikenberry if they are- not contacted directly by the members of the ten teams of solicitors 'pr their four captains. Mr. and Mrs. Dean Ratcliff.-of Delphi are the parents of a son born at 'St. Elizabeth hospital on Thursday morning, Oct. 13. The mother is the forrner Joanne Gro- nihger of Burrows.. • Mr. and Mrs. Clarence McKinley of South Delphi have received a card from their son, Pvt'. 1C James McKlnley of the U. S. Army, stationed in Heidelberg, Germany, that he was on a two -weeks leave and had visited Rome, Italy, where he had an audience with the Pope. : James was employed in the local Bank and Trust company before entering the service. He is a graduate of the Delphi high school and Wabash college. Charles Carroll/Chapter D.A.R. will meet Friday, Oct, 21 at 1:30 p.m. in ,lhe home of Mrs. GearoVd Clawson in South Delphi. Mrs. Vernon Cnilds will talk on the Fullbright Scholarship, which she won while a student at MacMurray College at Jacksonville, Illinois. The American Legion Auxiliary will meet Tuesday Anight, Oct. .18, at the Legion Home at 7:30 p.m. Sue.Wingard and Mae Toole are co-chairmen of the committee. Tiplon Farm Bureau To Meet October 18 The Tiptpfi township Farm Bureau "will meet Tuesday, Oct. 18 at 6:30 p.m. in the Tipton township grade school building for their annual fish fry. . Those planning to attend, are asked to bring two covered dishes and table service. The committee in charge of the program will include Mr. and Mrs. Langdon Patterson, Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Rush ahd Mrs. ;Letha Carey. A report on '4-H Club work will be given and an election of officers will be conducted.. ' The Pet and Hobby-Club members will meet with their leaders, Mrs. Joan Ingle a^d. Mrs. Mary Alice Guy. .: ,. '•'•• . Cord Of Thanks Our sincere thanks to friends and neighbors for expressions of sympathy, lovely Coral, offerings, and other, courtesies extended at the -passing of our beloved; daughter and, sister,; Naomi Ogborn. We especially wish to thank Rev. Hashberger •for a comforting message, the pallbearers and Chase-Miller chapeKfor their wonderfial assistance. —Mother, brother and sisters. ANNUAL FALL FESTIVAL and CHILI SUPPER 5:00 to 8:00 THURSDAY, OCTOBER 20 .AT Noble Twp. School HALLOWEEN FARADE-7-06 (Prizes Given) Carnival, Homemade candy at Country Store, Games, Fun 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 ^£^ Schmidt Cv. 415 BYSTREET tfW 3658 AL a~* Von SCHMIDT Watch This Space IT MAKES GOOD TRUCK AND 1949 1954 DODGE 1 ton—Grain bed $ , Stock Rack-Dual R Tires .... i INTERNATIONAL R-110 Pick-up Sj INTERNATIONAL R-110 Pick-up $ pick-up side extensions, slock rack 1958 International Tractr R-l95 5th wheel and tanks Low mileage "'4850 TRADE-INS ON NEW INTERNATIONAL TRUCKS I. H. DEALER 510 HIGH ST. JACKSON-KITCHfL 2f{ LAST DAY Closing for the season after Today, Sun., Oct. 16th Stock Yon Freezer Mow Sycamore Drive In PHONE 3809 316 - 20th ST. MONDAY-TUESDAY-WIDNESDAY OCTOMR 17-18-19,1960 GROUND 100% PURE \ PLASTIC Laundry Basket. .99 ea. BONUS BUY HL $119 CAN WE ACCEPT •jf Payments of utih'ty bills if Payment of telephone, bills. if Payment of gas bills WE ISSUE 'iff Money Orders if Sell Stamps * Cash Pay Chocks WE RESERVE THE RIGHT TO LIMIT QUANTITIES . Jefferson arid irte Atlirh Street

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