Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on October 30, 1960 · Page 11
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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 11

Logansport, Indiana
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Sunday, October 30, 1960
Page 11
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SUNDAY, OCTOBER 30i I960. THE PHAROS-TRIBUNE and LOGANSPORT. PRESS, LOGANSPORT, INDIANA f PAGEELEVm CorWcfim'J Rites Tuesday Final rites for "Debra" Caroline Sudd, seven - year - old Carrol "county %irl, victim of. a car acci dent, will be at ten" o'clock Tues day at the , Fairlawn Unitec Brethren, church in Kokomo Friends'may call at the Peacock funeral, ^Tiome, Kokomo, 1 after three o'clock. Jhis afternoon. ' ; The child, daughter of TMr. anc Mrs. Clyde Rudd, died here in Memorial hospital at 6:30 p.m. three hours after having been hit by a car \iear her home in Wheeling; i . Earl Handley^:Webster,..route'l. Aurora, Ind., driver of the "car, told Deputy Sheriff. Fred Dillon of' Carroll county that' the- little girl darted out in front of Jus car on State Road 29 in Wheeling. The impact-threw her on top of the hood of, the car.;and he traveled about 40 feet, he said, before she fell to the pavement Dillon said Webster was traveling at a moderate rate of speed and was able to. stop his car quickly. .Born In Hayti, Missouri,. August 20, 1953,'she was the daugh- ter'of Clyde and Marjorie .Edwards Rudd. - Survivors are the parents and a nine-year-old brother, Roger. FOOT RELIEF . GUARANTEED OR YOUR MONEY BACK If within * w««ki w.ir you *r» not compl.taly for Htn w* WMMII. Solrf Dlff.r.nt fr«m «iy: orefc Slip? art you him «»«r •""» If you «f» juff.rina from irlhritis, tick or In ftuas^bunions, cMon- It:", car*;, tort tnii tcbixg frit, AND i»'» comfort you w«nt, i» It w.ll worth your *>»• «»d • tr) P to our rtor..' SAVE YOURSEU MONET. Only V»lv«-Sol« Arch Supporter* un" • r«Bo»— SUPERIOR RESULTS. If «n «rch upper* I«n't -gold • nough to guarint... it Un'f good •nouqh to buy. W» «r. h.lpinq miny.pfoplt" h frti« •'•« and otfor you uiii drwmtd of r.li.f t*4 tomf«t •nJ {or only $0. COMBS Your Friendly Shoe Stor* 417 East' Broadway Show Business Aniw«r to Previout Puzzl* wjur.ir.viii ACROSS 1 One who -, ^ overacts ? '4'ConiediaM •8 Stage performance 12 Actress, Arden , : 13Actreis,- Baxter 14 Domesticated 15-Honey, 16 Astronomer IB'Succeed 20 Theatrical- '21 Underworld god 22 Italian money 24 Kind 'ol shirt; 26 Italian-city, 27 Aerifornvluel 30 Declare 32 Hebrew ascetic 34 Baby attendant 35 - .Fleming 36 Possesses 37 Pastries lEopc 2 State 3 MusitiansT' ,. '4 Insects . ' 5F»ker-it«k*., 6 Knots 7 Indian weight 8 Theater MI i ijwi urae 26 Heart auriclei 41 First Czech " 10 Portent- , 27Produced president, „. HEsdsted '(Bib.) 28 Amos' partner 42 Performances ' 17 Gaudy IB Danube tributary' 23 Roman roads '24 Meat dish 25 Continent : 29 Oceans , 31 Rue . 33 Soft drinks 38 Transfix ' 40 Musical directions 43 Learning 44 Arrow poison 46 - Stevens 47 Departed 48 Gaelic .50 Soak flax ; •- ,governon 40 Paper measure '41 Exclude 42 Foreigner^ 45 Forebode 49 Compel 51 Kocky hill 52 Waste allowance. 53 Otherwise ' 54 'Abstract being 55 Watches 56 Golt devlcei 57 Scottish river 7TEW8PAVBR ETOKiaPHIITB AlfTT.• Deaths COTNER Final rites for Bank Comer, 78. of 616 Race, will be at two o'clock this afternoon- at the Harrison funeral home, Royal Center. Burial will be iiu Crooked Creek cemetery. Friends may call at the funeral home. ' BOOKMOBILE ROUTES" The Bookmobile from the li brary will be at, the Deacon school at, one o'clock Monday Tuesday it will be at Clymer school from 9 a.m. -until 2 p:m Wednesday it will visit Tounj America school from 8:30 -unti 10:30". and Deacon school from 11,until 3. Read The Want Ads Now in New Location CARTER'S V: Concrete Block Plant BLOCKS for HOME and INDUSTRY \ Now located:— 5 miles west of Logansport on State Boad 24i at.site of .old. Greenville/Gravel Pit. - - - , .Phone 3267 WATCH FOR! GRAND OPENING! - If you a re wasting ' time running around town paying bills, - _ ''- open a Special Checking Accounfat I " * ' * The Farmers &.Merchants. <' t ., --• The cost, is only TOc per check.' ~t Come in soon and open your account and save K •> i ,.--», •"' . . time—and money. Librarians Jo State Meeting The Logansport Cass County Library will T» closed .Thursday, JJriday and Saturday, November 3,,4\and 5th while -the, staff,attends* -tfie State Meeting oT-'Li- brarian^ ,at Indianapolis.. Patrons of the library, adults, teachers" and students are-urged to .consider their needs and get their books on Monday, Tuesday and Wednes-day for the remainder of the week. Librarian Mary A. Holmes, staff members Janet Carr, Edna Hoiden, County ^Librarian, Jayne Jones,'Lois' Benner,. Mary Beck, Bonnie McElheny, Judy Long, -Doneta Paschen, Sandra Noakes, and trustees George Hyman, Mrs. Fred~Herrick and Mrs. Harry Frushouxof the Logansport Cass County" Public Library will be in Indianapolis "November 3 to 5 to attend the 69th annual conference of the Indiana Library Association and the Indiana Library Trustees Association. Featured speakers at the three day meeting will include ^Mrs. Raymond Young, Columbia", Mo., President vof the American Li- brar^r Trustees Association; John T. Frederick, head 'of the English department, University of Notre' Dame; Donald E. Strout, graduate of Library Science, University o£ Illinois; and Cyril 0" Houle, Professor of Education, University of Chicago. , . , rAn added feature"j>f Jhe_ conference^ will be' two^precbnfffience workshops on reference'work'-and the': responsibility °f' 'he ; library trustee.''The entire staff':of> the local library will attend the.work- shop on ^Reference Work.Vj •',• Librarian Mary A. Holmes has announced that the Logansport children orTOct. 28 also", will'be dedicated., , Every church woman of the community is invited.- • Theme of the day-is "Christian Action, for Freedom." , ', .--'It is ( emph'asized-. that: church" women can combat'-the forces of ignorance )_ and - communism, in 'three-ways, through the Christian World, Relations program: ''. FirsClhere is*giying of money to provide training-'for^women'ofi Ethiopia, Nigeria, Chile and'Bur- be closed November' 3 through 5 so that all staff, members can attend this meeting. Church Women's Servicefriday World Community D,ay service of the Logansport Council of United Church Women will be held at 1:30 'p.m. Friday, Nov. 4, at the .Market street Methodist 'church. Miss Helen Beatty will be. the speaker and will tell of her travels in South America. There -will be special music by Mrs. Eugene Koch. Mrs. J. M. Kimbrough' will conduct the worship service. The UNICEF 1 money collected by the that they may serve their own people more adequately. The second point : is giving time to .sew nightgowns' for_ children in chiirch institutions, collect children's used clothing, or pack home medical kits for rural overse'as^ areas • lacking in medical services.: The'third is to attend the World Community Day worship to seek guidance-of God, dedicate gifts, and "dedicate selves to His service, f Mrs.' John" .Tub'an is chairman of the Christiar/'-World Relations committee of the" Council which is in charge of the program. First jet plane was flown in Italy during the fall of 1939. .[grandchildren. Mrs. G/6son ; ; Rites Monday Final rites for Mrs. Minnie'Gilv son, 91, life resident of this city; will be at,<two o'clock Monday at the McCloskey-Hanjilton-Kahle funeral home:'The Reverend Keri- fleth G, Bowers, pasto^oFthe Pis^ gah Presbyterian' church, ' of which she was a member, will officiate. Burial '<will be in Pisgah cemetery. ' x ' Friends may call at the funeral home. Her death occurred' Friday at 5:20-pm. in Niles, Michigan, at the home of her daughter, .Mrs. Fred Henderson, where she" had gone Sunday. "Her home here was at 2015 High street, but she had lived at the Neal Home since June. Born Feb. 5, 1869, at Bumetfs- ville, she *as the daughter of Amos and Mary Jane Banta Chilcott. Her marriage was to Schuyler C. Gibson who preceded her in -death. She was past president of, the State of Indiana War Mothers Association. ' , Survivors are the daughter, Mrs. Henderson; two sons:' Carl, Mansfield, Ohio; Ross, route 6, city; seven grandchildren; 19 great- Gofd Udies Mwl; Plait Ward Parties During November Upcoming parlies were discussed Frid»yi.'«t the _GoH Ladie* meefjng''af the G~o T -l'd, Ladief Lounge of Stfite Hospital Mri. Jessie. Thompson presided. "" Roll 'reports showed -that 339 hours of;-wprk had been, donated in October^ Mrs.' Thompson also reported', on. the "party on Ward •Er given Oct. 24. Bingo was play-, ed, prizes awarded and refreshments furnished by the Gold La- ' 'dies. - • '• ; Two .evening'parties are planned for next'month, ,one on Nov. 14 'for Ward 6 and- one on Cant ward," Nov. .28. Volunteers registered to help with the f 1 o w BT show. , Following the meeting the women attended a party, on Ward 2. Heart Attack fatal . To Monlicello Man MONTICELiO—David Owen of here died Saturday of a heart »t- ta.ck at Mattoon, Illinois. -The body is,being returned here to the Miller funeral home. -Rites are pending. WARDS O N.T GOMERY WARD 412 E^BROADWAt DIAL 4M3~' - LOGANSPORT, IND. Only a few highlights of our sale shown here. Many more terrific home and apparel values not advertised! save S 33! solid hardrock maple REG. 131.75... EXTENSION TABLE, 4 MATE'S CHAIRS 98 88 3-pc. f«t *5 down Quality set from our exciting Salem Square colonial collection. Solid hqrd- rockmaple,-richly hand-rubbed, beautifully crafted. 42" round table open* to 52" oval with 10" leaf. save'22! solid maple bunk set REG. 91.95...USE AS TWIN!, DOUBLE-DECK OR TRUNDLE 69 88 6-pc. iet Salem Square colonial outfit, Ideal for growing.family or small bedroom. Rich-looking, hand-rubbed solid hard- rock maple woods. Includes 2 beds, 2 link springs, ladder and guard raif. 50 off! 5-pc. solid maple suite AHD TTlERCHAnTS LOGAnSPORT.JnDIAnA \ . ^ ' , , TWO CONVENIENT LOCATIONS ' - , Broadway at Pearl Eastgate Plaza Branch Member Federal Reserve System Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation REG. 229.9S... SOFA BED, CHAIR AND 3 TABLIS 5-pc. <wlt« Colorful Salem Square group matches hardrock' maple with, durable, eolo- _.."-. ~ ^ nial-inspired fabrics. Sofa' bed and chair in textured tweerfcovenn.Graee- ful,,authentic"colonial detailing.;' •, •

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