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PAGE THIRTY-TWO THE PEAROS-TRffiUME and LOGANSPORT PRESS, LOGANSPORT, INDIANA SUNDAY, DECEMBER 17, hr the Christ mas Glffyoufcave iee/ilcot/ngfor. HERITAGE "36" GAS RANGE GOLD STAR If you've been' dreaming of a range . . . wake up! It's here . . . from Caloric. You'll agree when you . set eyes on ,thc 'exciting Caloric features .. .'such as the Ultra/Ray Radiant Broiler with Rotisserie . . . spacious work-top griddle ,(it converts to a thermostatically- controlled fifth burner in a jiffy, too) . .. and removable oven and broiler doors for easy cleaning! Not to mention the Caloric Thermo-Set top burners for automatic temperature control . .". the precision • timing controls ... the big oven and storage area . . . and 'Caloric Keep-Warm oven. Now there isn't a reason in the world to put up with a .cantankerous old range another day ... not even price! Get in and see the new Caloric Heritage line... and the • "within-reach" price tags. Today! The County Commissioners will meet again on December 28 to allow, claims. On January 3, Wayne Langston of Burlington will succeed Beryl Beckner as county commissioner. The board will reprganize at the Jan. 3rd meeting by the election of a president and Vice president. Dewey Zinn, county auditor, is secretary of the board by virtue of his office. Robert Morrow, Veterans' Service Officer reports that John Burris of Lockport has been returned to the Veterans Hospital in Indianapolis. George Reed, 19, of Flora was arrested for reckless driving by TEN BROOK SALES East Main Street Dial 2758 Across from WSAL Chronicle Printing Co. Carroll Commissioners Meet To Allow Claims Card of Thanks We wish to thank Rev. M. L, Robinson, Dr. Harrington, the nurses and Sisters at St. Joseph Hospital, Fisher Funeral Home, the pallbearers and all friends and neighbors for cards, flowers and all acts of kindness during the illness and death' of our beloved father. Emmett H. "Pop" Burkett The Burkett Family. •.._ Open Every Nita Until Christmas ^ ,« Open Sun,, 24th 'til 5:00 p. m. COON1E1S GIFTS. WALTON IND. QUALITY PRINTING IS NOT EXPENSIVE Tipfon Lodge No. 33 F and A. .M. Called Meeting, Monday, Dec. 18, .9:45 a.m. to attend the funeral of.our late brother, Carl W. Brink. Services at Fisher Funeral Home at.lO:30 ROBERT D. \OUNG, W.M. Get the Facts on ALL NEW ZENITH COLOR TV INVESTIGATE ZENITH'S ••GREATER DEPENDABUJCTY . MOST TRUB-TO-JUFB COLOR PICTURES • SIMPUCTTY OP OPERATION EASIER, FASTER SERVICING ONLY ZENITH HAS ALL THESE GREAT NEW COLOR, TV ADVANCES Hew Exclusive Color Demodulator Circuitry . —the "electronic brain" of Zenith Color TV provides most true-to-life color pictures. Two new Zenith developed color tubes give you most accurate hues in color TV! Famous Handcrafted Horizontal Chassis Completely hardwired, hand soldered connections. No printed circuits! No production shortcuts! Mechanical design and circuitry are simplified to provide finest performing, most dependable color TV. Plus Famous Space Command® Remote Control ' —you tune TV from your'easy chair! Press a button to turn set on or off. change channels, even adjust volume. Flu* These Great Hew Zenith Color TV Advances PerrnanentMagnetCenterlng.Auto- Color Cut-Off. Posh-Pull Color Level matic Color Level Circuitry. Simpli- Control. Simplified Focus Voltage fied Convergence Assembly. Poly-' Adjustment One-Step Tuning. Gold ester High Voltage Coil. Automatic Video Guard Tuner. World's fittest performing, most dependable color TV. TODD'S 'THE STORE THAT SE RiVKOE B,UBJT" the Flora police and/brought, to the County jail On. being arraigned in J.P. court he was-given a total fine-and costs of $42.75. On his failure to pay the fine h?. was returned to the jail;: • The Sheriff's .Department; State Police' and De'ct.".Sgt.: Dale Ma- Curdy are investigating' the theft of-some J700 worth of Cliristmas presents,'dishes and 'other .articles at the home.of George >lar- tin, east' of Camden. Entrance was made through' an unlocked door in the absence of the family. Delphi, Ind'. (Spl.) The Carroll County .Grand jury in session since Monday, Dec, 11, returned no indictments but recommended certain improvements "at the County Home, the County jail and Sheriff's residence. • It held .'hearings on the recent report of the audit of .the Carroll County Auditor's office for the years 1958 and 1959.. The report was critical of bookkeeping methods, payments to certain officials and poor relief claims. The report did not charge any official with wrong-doing, rather the representatives of the State Board of Accounts, pointed out poor judgment in-certain cases and in other points their report was critical of .the bookkeeping methods. Both Hoy .Musselman and Dewey Zinn,- the auditors named in the report entered office with no trained assistants and had to leam the bookkeeping method from previous official's records. .The Carroll County Bar Association met. recently and passed Memorial resolutions of resped in the death of one of their prominent members, Robert L. Hanna. The resolution was prepared by Joseph T. lyes, past president ol the Indiana Bar Association and Lewis T. Mullin and was signed by the secretary of the Bar Association, Watson C. McCormick. Flasher Light For School Use Bought By Ro. Center PTA ROYAL CENTER-The Royal Center PTA has purchased a port- able'flasher light to be used on lighway 35 in front of the grade school when students are crossing the street. ' " rs. Pearl.Etnier is spending ;he-winter, in Illinois with 'her daughter, Mrs. Agnes'Teel. The Girls' annual basketb.all Journey will be Monday and Tuesday at the high school gym, with two games e'ach evening. The Lions club will meet Tuesday at 7 p.m. at the Methodist church. A dinner will be served by the- Builders class of the church. Mrs.' Annabelle Schmaltz will entertain the WSWS at her home at 7:30 p.m. Wednesday: There will be an exchange of Si-cent gifts. ' The Baptist Christian Auxiliary will meet at 1:30 at the home of Thelma Rhody. Lois Fickle, ..will be the assistant hostess. WSCS o£-the Methodist church will meet Wednesday at noon for a covered dish dinner in the church dining room. Hostesses Past Masters Of Carroll Co. To Meet The Carroll County Masonic Past Masters' Association will have the annual meeting at tfie Masonic Lodge in Flora at 2 p.m. December 27. The meeting has been called by the President, John E. Dempsey, for the purpose of conferring the actual Past Master's degree on all the newly elected Masters of the seven Masonic Lodges in Carroll county, and to elect Association officers for the year 1962. The worshipful Master of Flora Lodge, Bill Johnson, is making arrangements for the serving of the evening dinner on December 27th to all attending Past and present Masters. are Viva Harvey, Beraiece Baer, Carrie Campbell and Margaret Rittenhouse. ,.''...'.•: . Town and.- Country' was the name given to the newly organized; Home Demonstration club at Royal Center during, its; second session held .at the-home of Mrs. Ruth Ann Hines.> •. ., • Mrs. Mary Berkshire, president of the Boone township HD club, installed the new officers and presented the club with a gavel. There was a gift exchange- and refreshments were served. Next meeting will be at the home of Mrs; Jackie Raderstorf on January 4th at 1:30. Lord Byran was a great admirer of Newfoundland dogs.' ^•MMMMWHMBMB NOTICE ELKS Ritualistic Services for our late brother, Carl W. Brink, tonight, Sunday,. Dec. 17, at the Fisher Funeral Home, 7:30 p.m. DAN W. ERB, Sec'y. Spoor Elected Head Of Delphi (ommandery John Spoor was elected.-Eminent Commander at .the . annual meeting of the Delphi. Cbmmand- ery.No. 40. . : , , Other, officers elected are: James-E. .Miller,- Generalissimo; J6hn;W. Sanderson, .Captain-General;-.-Walter Clawson," treasurer; John T. Smith, recorder; Robert Bropkbanki senior'warden; James .Main,-: junior warden; ~ Overly,' warden; and German, standard bearer. Public installation of officers will be held at 7:30 p.m., Jan. 8, to be followed by a social hour in the Temple dining -room. Read the Want Ads! NOTICE I will not be responsible for debts contracted for by any other "than my self: • • Raymond' Bolinger .Box 54 : . . Lake Cicott, Indiana In Memory of our father..Harry E.'Funk, who passed away Dec. 18th 1957. 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Vinyl:, cnphalt, rubb.r til* and .linoltum itay tpotlau with an occasional wiping with a dry. , mop. Gallon .......:$S,50 PLUMBINGiHEATING 415.6U.ST - tASYPAKKlH tfkeut 3658 AL aW DON SCHMIDT siiiiiirraiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniminiiiniiij I HOIIDAY CLEANING. " I PANTS .... is SKIRTS.... I SWEATERS. BLOUSES... | PLAIN SUITS COATS.... DRESSES... 50* $1.00Ii F^' • af' Sparkle Cleaners |.- ED PORTER NEXT TO THE CAPT IOGAN HOTEl Card of Thanks We wish tolthank Rev. Leonard Robert Custer, McCain Funeral Home, the Jazzes|Pall Bearers, and all our neighbors, relatives and friends for cards, flowers", iood and all the acts of kindness during the death of our father and uncle J. Edward Fraling. Mrs. Mildred Brubaker and family . , Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Frantz and family ._ ' Dr. Leo Cahalan - Dr. Joe Closson CAHALAN ANIMAL HOSPITAL RFD 4, Logansport-% Mile'North on SR 25 Ph.'2751 SUNDAY PAPERS CHICAGO - INDIANAPOLIS - DETROIT NEW YORK - FORT WAYNE - LOGANSPORT WE WILL GLADLY RESERVE YOUR PAPER ALSO YOUR FAVORITE MAGAZINES AND THAT DELICIOUS STOVER'S CANDY , NOTICE For Your Convenience We Open At 7 A.M. Sundays TIMBE RIAKi'S GIFT SHOP "The Store of a Thousand Gifts" MONDAY, TUESDAY, WEDNEDNESDAY, DEC. 18-19-20 CENTER CUT PORK CHOPS IB. SPARE RIBS.. Loin End Roast IB. MAXWELL HOUSE BONUS BUY FRESft IDAHO WE ACCEPT •fc Payment of utility bills. . •^•Paymentoffele- • phone bills. ~ •jf Payment of gas bills. WE ISSUE •fa Money Orders -fc- Sell Stamps •£• Cash Pay Cheeks WE RESERVE THE RIGHT TO LIMIT QUANTITIES Jefferson and Erie At 18* Street

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