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SUNDAY, OCTOBEK 30, 1968. TOR PHAROS-TRIBUNE and LOGANSPORT PRESS, IOGANSPORT, INDIANA PAGE TWENTY-THREE 55. TELEVISION, RADIO, HI H SEE the incomparable Muntz TV at HYMAN'S STORE 530 N. Cicott St We now service only what we sell. UNQESTIONABLY 'the best Christmas Special ever offered, The finest in stereo. Decca Portables, consoles $169.95 $25 worth of free records plus' small 4 speed player with each Devon or console purchased, $19.95 small player, 10% down, small monthly payments. ' S&S MUSIC COMPANY 1601 S. Monroe Street Rochester Ph. .CA 3-6288 56. PIANOS, MUSICAL INS'TS TAKE over payments on-Spinet niano. Phone 50016. WURLITZER pianos, and organs. MYGRANT House of Music : , 528 E. Broadway, Logansport . New and Used Pianos Thompson's Piano. Store ' 834 W. Miami . CASH for pianos, any type or condition. Berkshire's, Ph. 31»7. WANTED: Good used upright piano. Write Box A-M3, this newspaper PIANOS AND ORGANS • Sales and Rental Strange Music House, 500 North NEW and Used pianos and organs. Hammond organs and Story & Clark Pianos. Ramseyer Piano Company, 320 W. Taylor Street, Kokomo, Indiana 57. SPORTING GOODS NORTHSIDE -Gun Repair. All work guaranteed. Guns rebuil and refinished. Obsolete ant foreign parts custom made. We buy and sell used guns. 1608 Clifton Ave. 71. LIVISTOCK, PHD, ETC. REGISTERED Hereford bull, '•". H. R. age 15 months. Russell Tanguy, fed.-17. 500 STOCKER Steer and heifer calves from North Dakota 'and Virginia. 100 head Holstein steers, SSO-S'iO Ibs. Logansport Livestock Yards. E. on 35. Phone 2937. HAMPSHIRE boars, 3 miles north Walton. Phone 3316. Gordon Little, .. 12 ewes for sale, 1-4, $13 per head. Ph. 56127. PUREBRED , Suffolk rams, 135 up, Alfred, Hartke, Chalmers. TA-2-3758: HUBBARD'S Sunshine feeds: Lester Elliott, Wholesale \Distributor. Lucerne Phone 1-2221. PROFIT with feeder cattle. Wer theinier Cattle Co.. Camden YEAGER & Suffiyan, Inc., guaranteed feeder .pigs available at all times at Cam8en, Indiana. FEEDER- pigs Call .1 D. Lesh Deer Creek 35 or 2112. 4-H club registered Hereford calves for sale, Ben Been, Burrows. , SIX DAY HOG MARKET No yardage or commission Logansport Livestock Yards, Inc. Feeder Cattle Phone«*fiS HEINOLD hog market buying all classes of hogs, Monday through Friday, 7 a.m. i.to 1 pjn. No yardage, no commission. Royal Center, Phone 3295. 56811. 73. FARM COLUMN FOR SALE: Elevator, 42' John v Deere, good condition. Call Burrows 26-S. . WANTED TO BUY: Used traps, sizes 1 and 1%. Phone 56361 after 5 p.m. INSURED Boat and Motor Stor age. Logansport Marine Sales Phone 2320. Our Guns AIM to Satisfy ' LESLIE'S GUN SHOP Authorized Dealer, Browning, Ithaca, Colt, H & R and others. Finance or Lay away Plan We Buy Sell and Trade 122 So. 6 th St. Ph. 2686. Open Until 9 p.m., Thursday, Friday, Saturday evenings. AUTOMATIC shotgun, 12-gauge $50. 1326 College. . 59. AUCTION SALES RUDD - SHEPHERD, Winamac, Ph. 124. Auction Co. Ph. 1872. 60. PHOTOGRAPHY DON'T throw away your used flashbulbs, save them. They will be worth Ic each when traded in on new ones, beginning Oct. 17 thru Oct. 29. Quick Film Service, 524'E, Broadway.. 65. COAL, OIL, GAS QUALITY ccais, fuel oil. Schmidt Coal .& Oil Co. Ph. 4402-4702. 67. WANTED TO BUY j HOME on contract. $500 down, $50 a month. Write Box A-281 this newspaper, 100 to 240 acre farm, cash or contract. Write Box A-273, this newspaper. USED PIANOS, any type. Write John Frawley, 1325 E. 7th Street, Muncie, Ind., giving price and directions. USED spinet. Phone 8983. 68. DOGS^OTHERPETS FOR SALE^LS-rnonth-old Chihua^ hua pup, weight 4 Ibs. at a bargain. Alfred Ley, Kewanna. Phone 3584. i. FOR SALE: 18 month old female Chihuahua pup, weight 4 Ibs. at a bargain. Alfred Ley, Kewanna. Phone 3584. Closed until Monday GADDIS AQUARIUM COLLIE pups, thoroughbred, $5 and" $10. Phone 40429. FOR SALE: Toy Manchester puppies. Phone 20570. CANARIES, turtles, parakeets, mynah birds, pet supplies. Ph. 2268. 71. LIVESTOCK, FEED, ETC. 12 EWE Iambs from purebred buck. Phone 4-0328. PUREBRED Hampshire boars, gilts,'and sows. Lawrence Wilson. 3 miles northeast of Galveston. REGISTERED, Guernsey bulls; Frank Hubenthal, Rt, 1 Lucerne. Phone 12702. WISCONSIN Holstein and' sev calves, shiuped on approval. All ages. Write for free price list. Otto Vanderburg, North Prairie. Wisconsin. 1 Corriedale buck, 1 Cheviot buck, 2 years old. Walton 3252. ^ 4 Hereford calves, 2 suitable for 4-H. Phone 2024, Ro3'al Center. FOR SALE: Registered-Hereford bull, a good one and young. Charley Lowe.!Phone 3576. FOR SALE: Purebred Hampshire boars, also 8 bred gilts for February farrow. Russel! Craig, 4 miles northwest Delphi. Phone LO-4-425S. ••-.••• SCOTCH Shorthorn calf, suitable for 4-H, reasonable:. Ph. 58150. SPOTTED Roland China;,Boars. Robert Martin. 54 mile west Burrows. MARTIN steel sfloa, corn cribs, dryer grain bins, and utility buildings. Dale Davidson, Metea S9BS. ; • • . - - - : . NEW 3500 bushel grain bin, will sacrifice. Phone Walton 3254. CURTISS FARMS Stud Service. Dudley D. Bridge. Ph. Logansport 3S08, Royal Center 2185 Lucerne 1-24W. LIME hauling, driveway stone, fertilizer. Ernest Homburg. Ph 56816. ' 77. MOBIL* HOMES 1958 42x19 2-bedroom housetrailer Excellent condition. Inquire S4i Burtngton. , - , HOUSETRAILEB5, accessories Buy, sell or trade. 1 mi. N. W on.U S 35 Manle Springs. FEHREE & Smith Mobile home sales. Ph. TW-3-3285 or TW 35175. l /4 mi S. Akroc. GOOD 18' trailer. Yi east, 2 north. 'Royal Center. Mrs. Hoy Lytle FOR SALE: ,1959 42x8 wide Stuart Gardner 2 bedroom, 7 sleeper, custom deluxe, fully equipped. Will sacrifice. Stony Pike Trailer Court. 78. MOTORCYCLES, SCOOTERS 1956 Eagle Cushman motor scooter. Leonard'Beehler, Ht. J, Ke 1952 Harley Davidson motorcycle A-l condition, reasonable, musl sell by Nov. 10. Phone Bunker Hill MU-99873 after 5 p.m. 79. AUTOS FOR SALE FOR SALE—1957 Rambler 4 door, excellent condition. Today only. First $595.00 buys. Financing available. 819 Sunset Drive. 1960 Austin-Cambridge 4 door sedan, take over payments. Phone 52307. FOR SALE: No down payment. 1957 Plymouth 4-door. Call 5103. Willie Newberry. 84. AUTO REPAIRS, GARAGES ALEMITE wheel balancer. Phone 5103. Ask for Ernie Ray. EXHAUST PIPES, US pipes and guaranteed mufflers. Free installation while you wait Jb« UH, Phone MM. 505 Front St FACTORY AUTHORI1W NEW CAR MAIIU CHSVtOm •MANN CHEVROLET Flora, Ind. Phone 1M MORIARTTY Pole Buildings. New pillar beam construction. Wayne Johnson 56301. SMILEY pole buildings, top construction, lower prices. Deei Creek 3214. Rnyal Center Community Sale Sale Starts at 1 o'clock Every Thursday Phone 3755 Bring Cattle to Be Tested by 12 o'clock. Bridge & Gamer, Aucts. 74. FARM IMPLEMENTS . USED ELEVATORS SCHEETZ OLIVER SALES LUCERNE PICKER.SHELLES FOR SALE New Idea 2 row mounted Corn Picker with trailing sheller attachments, complete. Just like new — only 2. years old. KEWANNA IMPLEMENT CO. '•; Kewanna, Indiana WHEEL- HORSE equipment, Penn's TV, Clymers. Phone Burrows 26X. FOR SALE OR RENT Farmall M with 2M mounted picked. 2MB picker, extra, good. 2-row Oliver picker. Extra good wagon and box with false endgate. Farmall 560. ' Fanriall 300. BERKSHIRE IMPLEMENT AND SKELGAS SALES Royal Center DeLAVAL EQUIPMENT Now is the-time to plan your labor-saving milking parlor w/fast, clean milking units. 2 yr: 250 gal. bulk tank. Special March 1st dating. THOMAS HDWE., Grass Creek 1950 G.M.C. long wheel base, heavy duty V> ton pick-up truck, steel bed. Clarence Zopk, Bringhurst, Ind. Phone Flora 806M. ALLIS CHALMERS Oliver Sales Service. Hoch Farm Supply, Winamac. J. I. CASE, New Idea, Sales; Parts & Service. Winamac Sales Co. Ph. 38 Frances-rifle LO 79431. JOHN DEERE MACHINERY New 730 Diesel tractor $4795 Pulls 5-16'plow. Lots of ;economy. New 48 ft. 18" portable elevator w/PTO "drive & del. spout . No. 15 chopper saves your corn stalks for bedding. Used wagons w/flat rack and sides. Used 1 & 2 row pull pickers '54> 60 tractor, overhauled. ',• w/3-16 mounted plow. THOMAS HDWE., Grass Creek 77. MOBILE HOMES STOP AND SHOP AT BAIRDS Biggest selection of new and used mobile homes in this area. -. . • OCTOBER SPECIALS 1960 50x10 Great Lakes. 4825 1MO 55x10 Detroiter .... 5175 USED 1953 40x8 Pontiac 2290 1959 Winsor 5*xlO 3 .Mr $5100 1952 32x8 Vagabond .....$1250 1954 32x8 Mayflower ....11950 With good credit and as low as $95 down, a mobile home can be yours at Bairds. If you have furniture or anything of value to trade, let Baird bid on it.. BAIRD'S MOBILE HOMES 2 miles south of Peru on U. S. H Phone GB-3-IBOt. Dillman Chevrolet—Ph. 44133 St Bd. «, dymert, Ind. Guy Urbin Auto Co.—Ph. J131 Chevrolet Sales—Kewanna, fad. CHRYSIER - PLYMOUTH - VAUANT Hendrickson Motor Sales, Inc. 417 Third St. Ph. 5151 PONTIAC WASSON-BUICK-PONTIAC Delphi, Ind. Phones LO-4-3040 or LO-4-H1S UNCOiN-MHCUlY-COM IT Hockman & Little, Inc., Ph. 308» Market at Eighth, Logansport R & R RAMBLER MOTORS 801 E. Main, Logansport roRB-MlCON Johnson Ford Sales—Ph. SUS 25th at E. Market St., Logansport Winamac Motor Co.—Ph. 54 214 Monticello St., Winamac, Ind MJICK WSE Buiek-Chevrolet—Ph. 4135 2nd at Broadway, Logansport DODGE DMT Dodge, Darts, Dodge Trucks Thomas & Everman, 517 North St Jail Driver After Crash East Of Peru PERU — Clarence J. Bitze!, 22, route 1, Andrews, was charged with reckless driving and leaving the scene of a personal injury accident Friday night. He was lodge?':,.in'the Miami County jail andX*iis bond was set at $550. .Officers said his car, headed east, sideswifed a westbound car driven by Virgil McAllister, 42, route 4, Peru, on U.S. 24, four miles east of Peru at 9:15 pm. Friday. Mrs. McAllister suffered a back injury but did not require hospitalization. State Trooper John Rusie reported that Bitzel drove 200 yards east after the accident and then proceeded about a mile down a farm lane. He was apprehended there a short time later standing by His car. " • Damage to McAllister's 1960 auto was estimated at $1,000 and. 1300 to .Steel's car. Husband Of Former Winamac Woman Dies Of Fall Injuries WINAMAC - A skull fracture, suffered in t .fall -at his r home five weeks ago, was fatal to Stephen H. Crowell, S3, husband of the former Alma" Selle of Wina, mac. His death occured at Memorial hospital, South Bend. The Crowell's live at Beverly Shores near Chesterton. The body is being returned here to the Ke'nnedy-Braman funeral home where friends may call after four, o'clock this evening. CONDITION "SERIOUS" PERU—David Tyler, 10, of route 4, burned severely on his face and hands Thursday when a gasoline can exploded, remains in a serious condition at Dukes hospital. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. .Floyd Tyler. Three Pay Fines In Local Justice Court Three persons were fined Saturday in the local justice court. Dan DeSonia, 18,. of Bellvidere, HI,-, charged by Trooper Dale Douglass with speeding 65 mph in a 30 zone, was fined J20 and costs. Dana Huston, 17, Cutler, slated by Deputy Bob Kiesling for speeding SO mph, was fined S5 and costs. Thurman Walley, 44, Bringhurst, charged by Trooper John Gaylor with driving without a valid operator's license, was fined $1 and costs. CROSSWORD PUZZLE An<ww *• v « t « rt «" > ' "««»• ACHOS* l-Dttnt. ~ <-Pla.c« for " worship - ll-DelnAtur* Indian behind 4-Puta oa cuard 7-L«urnin« S-Uettl t-Soir 19-Come back siaa aaaa 12-tOif b »-Latln. COATING /« CONCftETf FLOORS «rfcr lltlCK MrfMETAt ONCMRB won't chip, pe*l, crack or du«t- Rcinato both heat uid moisture. /A permanent, beau- tifnl coatiiyj- that's euy to UM. Apply ONCMIB to painted or unpunted auriaCM 1 — indoon or out (Can be applied <u» cMifttlly even to damp mr- faces!) Dries bat oMcan* com** in » lor I tout ttttn. Allf in Mac*. vhitt tntl eUtrnr . , \ Thm't nothing tit* Wu U. Or4r ttiuiine OHCXtTt •Off ON MIT • MU5 MST WOHT n mot off • JM rj o« WONT OUf M «H New & Used Pickers New & Used Elevators CO-OP IMPLEMENT STORE E. Main St. Phon* 3141 Wire Crib Clearance Martin BIG TOP Wire Cribs Large Capacity Fast Easy Assembly Bulge-Proof Strong 5 gauge galvanized 2" x 6" wire mesh welded to frames make ruggsd one piece units. 1590 Bu. Regular $63,3 SPECIAL $429 2260 Bu. Regular $865 SPECIAL $549 GET YOURS AT DALE DAVIDSON Lofloruport Phone 56875 lit house north of M*t*o Jtoitaurant on St Ref. 25 Indiana Bottled Gas Co. Rochester . 120 E. 8th St. Phone CA-3-5410 FURNITURE IOANS Lincoln Financf Company Moril Smith, Mir. Phon. 3295 fflGH QUALITY LOWER PRICES 81S W. Market Hi-Way 31 Seventh and North Ifith and Woodlswn All-steal bar m«h BEHLEN CORN CRIBS Sl**f Roof Long lit. Et.cti'.n S.rvic* Wayne Myers Phone 3162 A COMPLETE BOTTLED GAS StRVKE IS AVAILABLE AT YOUR PURE-O-FLAME DEAILERS Logansport 937 Wh«tland Phone 3851 THE PERFECT FUEL RADIO EQUIPPED TRUCKS FOR QUICK, DEPENDABLE SERVICE Why Worry. . . Rely On Us OUR SERVICE PEOPLE KNOW YOUR CAR BEST j Ao Cash Needed I Lot* Monthly Payment* We Specialize in... • . • Lubrication • Brakes • 7un»-Upi • Front end alignment. • Ford-o-motic * 7ranimi»ien YOU CANT BUT SERVICE AT Johnson Ford Sales COURTESY-SERVICE ALWAYS 25th and Mark* «i»n« 5103 Former Fulfon Man to Student Group Ousted Front Russia ROCHESTER — A former Ho Chester resident, Lewis Elin, "was a member of a group of U.S. col lege students who were oustet quietly from Russia last summer for,their work in distributing the U. S. state department's Russian- language magazine, "Amerika.' : Elin is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Elin,. now of Chicago.' He is a graduate of the University o: Pennsylvania's Wharton School o Finance and now is studying for a master's degree in communications at Pennsylvania's Annenberg School of Communication. - Glen , Hopkins, K.R. 2, Akron was jailed Saturday morning on a preliminary charge of driving under the influence of alcohol The sheriff's office and the Akron marshal reportedly arrested Hopkins following an accident aboul 2:15 a.m. in the vicinity of Lake 16. Further details were not available. Admissions to Woodlawn hospital: Mrs. Erie Meiser, Kewanna; Henry Speck, Francesville. Dismissals: Mrs. Aura Overmyer, Kewanna. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Green; 1114 Elm street, are the parents of a son. No Trace Found Of Converse Robber PERU — No trace has been found of the armed robber who took ?135 from the Comer/Service Station at Converse about 10 p.m. Friday. The filling station attendant, who was alone at the time of the holdup, described the bandit as about 5' 11", slender with medium complexion. He said he was wearr ing a brown felt hat and a plaid brown jacket. County and state officers are continuing the investigation. WORLD COMMUNITY DAY The United Council of Church Women of Deer Creek township and the Blue Ball church of Washington township -will observe World Community Day Friday at the_ "Center EUB church with a covered dish dinner at noon. Members are asked to bring a covered dish and table service. The afternoon program at 1:30 o'clock will feature special num. bers and gift dedication and guest speaker will be Mrs. Dallas Landrum, wife of the pastor of the Wheeling and Deer Creek Presbyterian churches. A good attendance is desired. RITES HELD FOR BABY •PERU — Graveside services were conducted at Mount Hope Cemetery at 3 p.m. Saturday for Larry-Dee Moon, son of Ted and Rosellen (Wilson) Moon, 6» S. Brownell St. The baby died at birth at Dukes hospital at 11:45 a.m. Friday. Surviving with the parents are the "grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Wilson of Peru and Mr. and Mrs. Clayton Moon of •Bunker Hill. Chain Saw repair, sharpening, and sales. Saws from $89.50 up. Dealer for Homelitt Saws. .MAPLE GROVE SALES Galveston Phone 15055 Have trucks, will travel—We pick up & deliver anything, anywhere, anytime — a units ready at a moments notice. DAWSON'S KWIK KAIX Logansport, Indiana Day 2779 Night 5545 Emergency Engine Repair — Tire Service — Welding — Tow Service — Wrecks — Cutting Torch — 3 units ready at a moments notice. DAWSON'S KWIK KALL , Road Service — Anywhere Anytime Logansport, Indiana , Day Ph. 277» Night Ph. 5545 SEE EIKELBERNER TRACTOR SALES for a large selection of used tractors and corn pickers. E. on 35 Phone 213M conjunction 15-Model 17-Symbol for tellurium U-UnJt of Siamese currency • !0-At that place 21-Play on words 32-Withered 24-Dine 25-Separate :!-Earthqua)u 10-Arablan garment 31-ln muaic. high 12-Military student* 35-Prolio 38-Retain It-Chinese 41-H»rve3t 42-Exist 43-Forgive 45-Inlet 4«-Pronoun 47-K«overed Inside of 49-Roms.n Catholic (abbr.) 50-I.arffe gulley 62-One who ' shirks his duty 54-Cla.ns 55-)5uperciliou» persons DOWN 1-aiore molat 2-Prepositlon 3 -Knock 4-Quarrel. 5-Rope for fastening animal -Leases Aft«rbocm 3435- party Foot ltv*r -MaM -Set in firmly -Pertaininf to tb* polea -Gnin -V«h!cl« -s«t -Ch1«f irttrr (PL) -Grav«»tonei -Covers wIUi coloring matter uaa staaa sas sna J6-He»p of •tones (pL) I7-ExceM of solar over lun&r vear «0-French for "friend" . bird 47-Tear 4S-Pair Il-Broth«r el Odin tt-Hebrtw month JO 47 Oiitr. ky UnlM •44 Ftaturt Jynifeml*, Inc. Nab Frenzel For Aid To Nazi Spies BONN, Germany (AP)—A Socialist member of West Germany's parliamentary Defense Committee has been arrested on suspicion of feeding government secrets to Communist spies, the Interior Ministry said Saturday. Justice Minister Fritz Schaeffer identified the opposition Social Democratic party deputy as Alfred Frenzel, 61, who also is chairman of the Bundestag (lower louse') Restitution Committee. This committee deals -with indemnifying victims of Nazism. Frenzel, who sought refuge from ffitler in Britain, has made a con- : ession, the ministry said. The corpulent politician, a former glass worker, was arrested Friday night by federal Atty. Gen. Max Guede. The ministry said counterspies first nabbed two Communist agents. A subsequent search, of their luggage revealed documents which allegedly had -just been turned over.by Frenzel. Officials said the deputy was arrested immediately. Bundestag deputies normally are immune from arrest but immunity is void, officials explained, when a suspect is caught in the act of committing a crme. This was the first time a member of the House had been implicated in espionage activities. The identity of the two other persons arrested was not made public. Neither did the ministry indicate the type of secrets involved. As a member of the Defense Committee, Frenzel would have had some access to state secrets, including those involving Eruope's defense in 'the framework of the North Atlantic Treaty Organization. INSPECTORS MEET AT PERU PERU—Election inspectors are to meet in Democratic headquarters at 7:30 p.m. Tuesday for instructions, according to Arthur "othard, Democrat county chairman. The Democrats provide the election inspectors this year. othard also announced that the Democrats will hold. a social night at the Elks Club starting at 7 p.m. Monday. . . B0rrymore Does It Up Brown In Wedding Dress ROME. (AP) - Dressed as a dandy, John Barrymore Jr. nearly outdazzled his pretty Italian bride Friday in a Hollywood kind of wedding scene.- Barrymore, 28, bushy-beared and wearing a costume that might have made Beau Brummel shudder, was married to movie starlet Gabriella (Gaby) Palazzoli, 23, in a Roman Catholic Church atop the Palatine Hill. The bride sparkled in a short white gown and veil. But Barrymore, son of the late Hollywood giant known as the Great Profile, took honors in the dress department. He turned up in a red-trimmed toreador shirt with black buttons, a black, waist-length jacket with an ear-high collar. He also sported skin-tight black trousers and silk slippers, a velvet collar and a big ruffled tie. It was the first marriage for Gaby and Barrymore's second. He is divorced from his first wtte, actress Cara Williams. The church ceremony, attended by SO guests including actor Tab Hunter, was permitted because Barrymore's previous marriage was a civil one not recognized by the church. Peru Man's Father Dies; Rites Monday PERU—Lonny Rooksby of Corydon, Ind., died at his home Friday evening following an extended illnest. He was the father of Harry Rooksby, principal of the Peru Junior High School. The body is at the Beanblossom funeral home in Corydon where services will be held Monday. CITE DRIVER AT PERU PERU—Otis Austin, 23 of the Bunker Hill AFB, was arrested at 2 a.m. Saturday on a charge of failure to have his car under control after he struck a parked auto at Main and Water Sts., owned by James Boxell, 252 W. Tenth St. Boxell's 1949 four-door was listed a total loss and there was $150 damages to Austins' 1959 model. PUBLIC AUCTION South of Logansport on St. Rd. 29 to St. Rd. 218, West to 1st road south, 1st house Wed., Nov. 2,1960—1:00 p.m. C.S.T. 1 automatic Hot Point washer, Kenmore bottle gas stove, breakfast set with 6 chairs, Coldspot ref., table, 2 kitchen cupboards, d»v- . enport and 3 chairs, 3 beds and dressers, chest of drawers, rug, lamps, Super 2 burner oil stove with 200 gal. oil tank, Electro Hygiene sweeper, 20" Rotomatic power mower, rubber tire wheel barrow, 8 • t>u. potatoes, a good beagle hound, misc. items. Terms, cash. Not responsible for accidents. MRS. JAMES ANDRY Auct. O..A. Monesmith Phone Fulton UL-7-3575 PUBLIC AUCTION Tte Anna Hunter Estate will be sold at auction on Wednesday, Nov. 2, 1960 at 1:M p.m. prompt at 1518 E. Market St One set of dishes (service for 8) plus several other dishes, some antiques, pots and pans, small appliances, pressure cooker, Mix- master with attachments, waffle iron, 2 electric irons, ironing board, chrome breakfast set, electric refrigerator, gas range,, bedroom suite, Zenith 21" console TV set, 3-piece living room suite, 12x12 rug and pad, coffee table, hassock, magazine rack, 2 floor lamps, 7 table amps; 2 electric clocks, picture, beautiful oak dinette set with china closet, 4 table model radios, Singer sewing machine, what-noti, mirror, chest of drawers, 2 end tables, electric heater, bathroom scales, Christmas decorations, Speed Queen wringer washing machine, twin tubs, metal stepladder, electric power mower, glider with cushions, 2-wheel trailer with hitch, barrel of'Mason jars, Heatrola coal stove, and several miscellaneous items not mentioned. Ceith Berkshire, Your Friendly Auctioneer. Remember! Sale Starts l.p.m. sharp. Terms Cash Not Responsible for Accident!

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