Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on December 24, 1961 · Page 18
Get access to this page with a Free Trial
Click to view larger version

Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 18

Publication:
Location:
Logansport, Indiana
Issue Date:
Sunday, December 24, 1961
Page:
Page 18
Cancel
Start Free Trial

Page 18 article text (OCR)

PAGE EIGHTEEN THE PHAROS-TRIBUNE and LOGANSPORT PRESS, LOGANSPORT, INDIANA SUNDAY, DECEMBER 24, 1M Let A Want-Ad Turn Unused Articles Into Extra Christmas Cash PHAROS-TRIBUNE and PRESS.-.. The Modern Way to Advertise . . 3 The Modern Way to Shop 80,000 people read the Pharos-Tribune and Press every day. The Want-Ads provide individuals and families with an inexpensive method of telliing these readers what you have to sell, rent or want to buy. FAMILY WANT-AD RATES. GAS RANGE, deep well and top griddle, like -new, must " sell now, S75. Phone xxxxx. REFRIGERATOR, 2, years old, excellent condition. Only $30. Phone xxxxx. _ This is a 15-word ad 10 days ?4.72 6 days 3.24 3 days • 2.56 This is a 10-word ad 10 days $3.15 6 days 2.16 3 days 1.71 The above are Cash Rates, applicable if you pay in advance or within 7 "days after the ad expires. If you cancel your ad, you will be charged only for the number of days your ad runs. Ads Placed Before 10:30 a.m. Will Appear the Same Day Place Sunday Ads Before 5 p.m. Saturday PHONE 4.141 ' In case of error, advertiser must make corrections before second day • Businessmen ... Ask About Our Low Commercial Rates WHEN YOLTNEED COMPETENT SERVICE, OR,WANT QUALIFIED FIRMS . . . CALL .REPUTABLE EXPERTS Here is a service directory of experienced business men from: Burlington; Camdeni Clymtrs; Flora; Galv»s!on; Kewonna; Loganiport; lu«rn«; .Montkello; Royal Center; Twelv« .Mil* Walton; Winamae. Appliance 5«rvic« ANNOUNCEMENTS 3. Funeral Directors McCLOSKEY-HAMILTON-KAHLE Serving your needs for 60 years E. Broadway at 16th. Phone 3080 KROEGER FUNERAL HOME Market at Seventh Sts. Ph. 5154 24-Hour Ambulance Service Modern Ambulance Service Oxygen Equipped. Ph. 3608 FISHER FUNERAL. HOME 303 W. Market Logansport 4. Special Notices DR. 0. L. BRAUN Reg. Podiatrist—Foot Ailments 314 North. Wednesdays, Fridays. 22. Houses for Sale General Electric and Maytag Appliance "Service FLANEGIN ACE HARDWARE WESTINGHOUSE COMPLETE LINE BRIGGS ELECTRIC CO. 208 Fifth Phone 4401 Auto Repair-Service MOVED TO 407 HELM Complete Radiator Service New and Used Radiators Cleaning and Repairing CLEM'S RADIATOR SERVICE Ph. ,3929 BRAKE, muffler, tail pipe, shock absorber service. FIRESTONE STORES. ALWAYS 50 Man Chev. to 60 Used Cars. Flora 'Ph. 156. Building Supplies—R«pa!n . vnii'T T A WFTT ™r,pn vmi BUY' Timber Wanted & bulldozing. Mil- YOULLdo WELL when you BUI I , ,., .„ ,. T,,,r,w rn Rt or SELL through BOB AYERS, REALTOR. Phone .4326. A House Is a Home when it's one you own. ALMA HILL, Realtor 520 North St. Ph. 2730 24. Business Property MODERN office suite. Paramont Bldg. 312-5th St. Phone 2545. 25. Farms For Sale 7. Lost and Found FARMS: 273 acres, 197 acres, 160 acres, 123 acres, 88 acres, all with good terms. Ernie Probst. "The Farm Man," Plymouth, Ind. ler's Sawmill & Lumber Co., Rt 1, Macy. Ph. Denver YU-5-2688. MILLRUN slab wood, $7 per load, 8441 or 9005. ROOFING, siding, eave troughs, lightning rods, build-up. Bob Schodrof. Phone 3060. l h mile north on St. Rd. 17. Health FOR aches and pains tip therapy. Kirkpatrick's Therapy. 819 E. Bdwy. Phone 5701. Monum«nt> LOST: Large brindle male Boxer, child's pet, wearing choker chain and tag, vicinity 3 miles north on St. Rd. 25. Ph. 56874. LOST: Lady's red cobra wallet, reward. Phone 2993. Patricia O'Tolle. RENTALS 70. Rooms for Rent EXTRA nice sleeping room. •E. Broadway. 712 11. Furnished Apts. 3 room upper, private bath, heat, east. Phone 56335 - 40678. UPPER 3 rooms, heat, water, antenna. 415 13th. Phone 40678. 2 room furnished apartment, dean, comfortable, utilities furnished. Phone 21588. 18 acres,. 3 miles west of Delphi, modern house, well improved farm. Rinehart, Flora 967-3911 or 3951. OLD AND RELIABLE McKINLEY MONUMENTS WINAMAC, INDIANA Dancing Instructions JO'S DANCE.STUDIO Ballroom Dancing Phone 2428 '. Decoration—Paint—Wallpaper BOB NOBLE, dry wall contracts. • Free estimates. Ph. 6016. DRY WALLS, Eave trough, buildup and roofing. Free Estimates Call 21810 Roy Randolph. SHERWIN-WILUAMS Fress Estimate.iBudget Payments Free Deliver)' Phone 4266 Electric Motor Reootr LOGANSPORT ELECTRIC MOTOR SERVICE Rewinding, Repairing Motor. Ph. 3405. Farm Implements—Feeds Allis Chalmers Sales & Service Neff Implement Route 2, Rochester. Eikelberner Tractor Sales for FORD TRACTORS IMPLEMENTS East Main 21326 25 USED TRACTORS 50 USED PLOWS Hoch Farm .Supply Co. Ph. 79 INTERNATIONAL HARVESTER Sales Service Repair Farm Implements KEWANNA IMPLEMENT CO. Young America Feed and Grain Napiana — Wayne Feed Phone 2652 SEE the newest-Cocfcshut tractors. Co-Op Implement Center. Loan Service $25-5500 Signature Auto Household LOCAL FINANCE CORP. 318 Fourth Car payments too high? See AMERICAN SECURITY CO. 314 Fifth, Logansport. Dial 3216 Locker Plants Complete Locker Service, custom cutting, meats, frozen food, ice cream. MER-DEL'S Locker. Ph. 6167. . . Custom Slaughtering and Curing Home Killed Meats for Your Freezer Burlington Locker Plant JO-6-3360 Moving and Hauling MOVING BECK'S TRANSFER AGENT FOR ALLIED VAN LINES NATIONWIDE MOVING PHONE 3539 Office Machine* BUSINESS MACHINE AND TYPEWRITER REPAIR-HIATTS 310 E. Broadwav 3842 Sewing Service RENTAL SEWING MACHINES $1.00 a week We Repair AH Makes BARBERS Sewing Supplies Watch Repair Fast—Dependable Service Reasonable Prices Registered Watchmakers FERNBAUGH'S JEWELRY •STORE Plumbing—Heating Service A. J. SCHMIDT CO. PLUMBING AND HEATING SUPPLIES Phone 3658 Refrigeration—Air Conditioning SHAW'S AIR CONDITIONING AND REFRIGERATION SALES AND SERVICE 79 S, Sixth Septic Tanks Sewers SEWER TROUBLES Septic tanks and toilets, sewer and sink lines cleaned. Conklin, 2907 or 2672. Insurance PIERCE AGENCY, Inc., all lands of insurance, over 30 years insurance service. Phone 3939. Beauty Shop* FASHION Beauty Shop permanents. Special $3.95. No appointment necessary. 124 Sixth St. Phone 20111. Television Repair Don Ashby TV Sales & Service Day & Evening Calls. Ph. 9964." 2 Technicians on duty RADIO-TELEVISION APPLIANCES DON WATSON 223 Sixth St. Phone 2444 Tre« Surgery DO YOUR FALL TRIMMING AND REMOVING NOW! R & R Tree Service fully insured Phone George Ross 50197 Cool, Oil, Gat I QUALITY coals, fuel oil. Schmidt i Coal & Oil Co. Ph. 44024702. 33. Business Opportunities YOUR PHAROS-TRIBUNE and PRESS Want-Ad reaches 80,000 readers every day! Place your ad today. Phone 4141, 28. Wanted To Buy GOOD used machinist tools. Call after 5 p.m. Phone 56S1S. EMPLOYMENT 30. Help Wanted Male MEN - WOMEN. We establish you in your own business on our capital. No investment. No experience necessary to start. Part or full time. Small cities and towns best. P. 0. Box 565, Winona, Minn. 42. Household Goods USED Westinghouse Deluxe electric range, good condition. 8712. Ph. 1 bedroom suite, complete, good condition. Phone 4574. FOR SALE and immediate possession, fully equipped 24-hour restaurant. Well established downtown location. Closed at present. Good business opportunity. Very cheap for right party. Write Box A-41, this newspaper. CONTRACT TRUCKMEN, make more money. Trailer and all loads furnished. Men over 22 j with tractor write: Mayflower! Box 107, Indianapolis 6, Indiana. | 41 Miscellaneous for Sale FOR SALE EXPERIENCED cash register op-1 BOTTLE GAS equipment free. Regardless where you buy your gas appliance. Tenbrook Sales J East Main. Ph. 275S. 49. Good Things to Eat APPLES. Jasper Flory & Son, High Street Road. BARR'S Delicious, Jonathan and Winesap and Rome at your grocers and storage. 1 A mile north of Lake Cicott. Barr's Orchard. NEED money tor furniture? See Wayne Cassel, Local Finance, 318 Fourth St 12. Unfurnished Apts. erator. ment. Phone 6148 for appoint- JUSED Royal typewriter. Jack! FRIGIDATRE APPLIANCES Sales & Service JACKSON-KTTCHEL, INC. 510 High—Phone 6102 MAN'S suit, like new. ?20; boy's clothing, 16, 18. 7552. packages of apples for Christmas, Vi to 1 bushel in size. Tarn's Orchard, Burncttsville. 50. Wanted to Buy WANTED, to buy, used iron stairway or fire escape. Write Box A-J2, this newspaper. 55. Livestock Names of Note Answer to Previous Puzzl* ACROSS 1 Famous slugger 5 Texas' Houston 8 Former U.S. president 12 Spoken , 13 Cravat 14 Tropical plant 15 Italian money 16 Mr. Linkletter 17 Mountain lake 18 Terpsichoreans 20 Suit 21 Make lace edging 22 Mr. Franklin 23 English writer 26 Unfriendly 30 Dry 31 Labels 32 Uncooked 33 Number 34 Wags 35 Bird of peace 36 Caricatures 38 Skeleton parts 39 Walter Raleigh 40 Barrie's Peter 41 Slanting , 44 Musical works 48 Was carried 49 Former U. S. president's nickname 50 Sound 51 Thaw 52 Eggs 53 Famous English school 54 Fruit drinks 55 Through 56 Stitches DOWN 1 Forward 2 Song 3 Stable 4 Chose 5 Begin 6 Ventilates • 7 Encountered- 8 Apparent 9 Norwegian name 10 Actress Martin 11 British county 19 Organ of 'hearing 20 England's "good" queen 22 Marshes 23 Caresses 24 Region. 25 Color 26 Chapeanz 37 Aits 27 Metal 38 Prohibit 28 Wash 40 Kind of bear 29 Sheep (pi) 41 First word of 31 Row Virgil's Aenead 34 Legal document 42 Met the line 35 Gives 43 Unemployed 44 Rescue 45 Cany (coILJ 46 Until the present 47 Oriental corns 49 Policeman (coll.) NEWSPAPER ENTERPJUSJC ASSM This Changing World (By Will Ball, Cass County Historical Society President) PART 688 ,well armed at the outbreak of the The writer has been going | Civil War. But he said one thing through the bound volume of the i in his address that sounds .like 23 weaning pigs. Joe Hines Royal Center. Ph. BR-8-3415. HEINOLD hog market, buying all classes of hogs. Monday through Friday, 7 a.m. to 1 p.m. No yardage, no commission. Royal Center, Phone 3295 56816. DEMOCRATIC PHAROS for the year 1860 last week. We capitalize that name, because that is the way the front page headline is printed in those old papers. I Aside from strictly local news, of 'which there is practically none, all that we read is more or less familiar, but familiar the way the FEEDER pigs. Call J. D. Lesh, Deer Creek S: or 2112. YEAGER tt Sullivan, inc., guaranteed feeder pigs available at all times at Camden, Indiana. POOL "table, chord organ, set of golf dubs with cart. Ph. 50891. MODERN 5 room lower, nice. Adults, Inquire 16 W. Lin' den. MECHANIC acquainted with elec- extra| Weal circuits. Phone 6148 for appointment. 816 Melbourne, 3 rooms, first floor • modern, bath, built-in cupboards, gas heat. Phone 482753519. FIVE rooms, redecorated upper, heat, water furnished. Ph. 3659. 13. Houses For Rent 5 room modern lower duplex, good condition, gas heat, antenna and garage. Phone 50457. 4 room, unfurnished house with . bath, S45 monthly. Inquire Stony Pike Trl,. Ct. office. 7 room modern house for rent, $55. Phone 5738. y> double, modern 6 room, gas heat and garage. Phone 7302 14. Traiters—lots FOR RENT: 1 and 2' bedroom trailers, utilities furnished. Grant's Trl. Ct. Ph. Walton 3COO. West end of Air Base. 16. Offices—Storerooms NICE OFFICE or business room, good location - 219 5th St. Next to Ross Reid Roofing Co. 19. Wanted To Rent 2 CAR'GARAGE, east end, suitable for storing food-stuffs. Phone 7679. 4-5 or 6 room house, garden space, close to grocery. Not over $50. Retired couple. Write Carl R. Denney, 920 W. Main, Ft. Wayne. EXPERIENCED farm hand, year around work, grain and livestock, no dairy. Winamae 9464530. Barton Business 314 5th st Machine Co. 43. cbthing Buy Your Christmas Orchid Now Margaret and Lowell Orchid House 616 Burlington Ave. | GARMENTS brilliantly cleaned and pressed, cleaning service available till noon Saturdays. Economy Cleaners, 211 Burlington. TENANT needed for livestock!WATER conditioner for your auto- share lease on productive 315 acre farm, 4 miles north of Delphi. Good buildings, 150 acres corn and beans per year, hogs and cattle. Spring possession. Write letter of inquiry including references, qualifications, equipment and experience to Max Evans, Mt. Rt, Lebanon. Ohio. Will interview prospects on Jan. 2nd and 3rd. ATTENTION Christmas time is coming. If you are unemployed, or if your present job won't permit a Merry Christmas or a Happy New Year, see me. Call Kokomo GL-7-7281 for appointment made washer, 5 Ibs., 98c Mizan Products Co., 323 Pearl. 2 rocking horse, shop built, new. Phone 40496. ONE 22" coal fired furnace with or without gas conversion burner. Call Galveston 15453 after 5 p.m. USED Wheel Horse snow blower, self-propelled snow blower, several used tractors. This week only. '61 Wheel Horse with blade, S395. Phone 2847. 31. Help Wanted Female BABYSITTER wanted in my home, days, must) provide own •transportation. Write Box A-46 this newspaper. STOCK reducing sale of all U. S. Royal passenger, truck and snow tires. Mehaffie's Service, 22113th St and 903 N, Sixth St. KEYSTONE 16 mm projector and camera, two 2'/4x3'4 photo enlargers. Ph. 6-6377 after 5:00. HOUSEKEEPER, live in home with children. Write Box A-32 this newspaper. DAYTIME sitter, over 35, furnish own transportation, southside. 56308. 1MIDDLEAGED lady to care for ! elderly bed patient, live-in. 7140 after 4 p.m. FOR SALE: Inexpensive Pharos- Tribune and Press Want-Ads. Expertly worded to find buyers for unused .articles in your home. An easy way to make extra cash for Christmas. Ph. 4141. 42. Household Goons REAL ESTATE 22. Houses for Sale HOUSE, extra lot, close to McKinley school, $2,500. Inquire 2126 Spear after 5:00 p.m., anytime weekends. FULL time housekeeper in motherless home, family of four. Write Box A-43, this-newspaper. WANTED: Housewives who need extra money for Christmas. Place a Want-Ad listing your "don't needs" for sale. Phone 4141 for a Pharos-Tribune and Press ad-taker. ZIG ZAG . Responsible party to make payments on zig zag sewing machine of $6.27 monthly. The machine will sew on buttons makes buttonholes, monograms, appliques and makes fancy designs. Full price just $28.72. Call 3611. Select Sewing Service. BURNETTSVfLLE 3 room furnished Globemaster house trailer. Concrete block utility room with hot water heater, automatic dryer and good washer. All located on good lot, center of town. Immediate possession. Will sell on contract. ' LAKE CICOTT Large store building, vacated, with 2 nice apartments with separate heating units. Will take Logansport property in trade.' H. ERVEM EARNER, Realtor 538 Bates St. Phone 4716 35. Positions Wanted Male CARPENTRY, new, repair, blocks, cement work. Frank Fergus. 9593. 36. Positions Wanted Female GIRL, 19 wants office work. Patsy Sundstrom. 710 Vandalia, city. WANTED: Ironings, washings, pick-up and delivery, reasonable. Phone 7911. • FOR SALE: 4 room semi-modern house, $3500 cash. Ph. 91.56-2957. SEMI modern 5 room home, $1500. • 1504 Woodlawn. Phone 4851. . EVENTUALLY you will buy. a home. Why not now? Joe Herd, '. Inc. Ted Personnette,'Realtor. . TO BUY - TO SELL - PLEASE TELL Dale W. McNutt Realtor Phone 2928. WILL DO IRONING in my home. Phone 66944. IRONINGS to do in my nome. Phone 9608. 813 Race St Mrs. Purtee. 38. Business Opportunities MOTEL: Beautiful new 8-units, office .and 2 bedroom home. All deluxe. Only motel.in college town. Resort area/ ^Excellent business.. Owner. Joy Motel, Rirjon, Wis.- • WILL SELL part or all of small non-ferrous foundry in nearby town. Has good going business. Write P. 0. Box 654, Kokomo, Indiana. VACUUM CLEANER Electrolux — A-l condition. With all cleaning attachments. Only 17.50 written guarantee. Terms available. Call 3292 for free home trial. Electro Hygiene Co. SINGER 127 Excellent Sewer. Only 19.61 complete with attachments. Terms 1.00 per week. Guaranteed. Call 3292 Electro Hygiene Co. MOVING OUT OF TOWN Must sell at once, deluxe gas range, 3 piece blond bedroom suite, complete; small drop leaf kitchen table with 2 chairs, chrome and red serving cart, varnished maple picnic table with 4 benches, aluminum porch furniture, fiber'porch rug, 6x9, . all like new. Automatic washer, good; older model console radio and record player. Highest offer. 1507 E; Mkt. Phone 5896. 44. Television-Rodio-HiFi FARM COLUMN 54. Farm Equipment PROFIT with ieed-ri cattle. Wertheimer Cattle Co., Camdea. 56. Feeds, Seeds, Plants AUTOMOTIVE 63.Automobiles for Sale FEED mixer Arts way and Bear Cat mill with automatic adjusta-1 ^959 pontiac Bonneville converti- NEW 1962 Admiral console color television, retail S895. now only $645 with trade. 1 year | complete warranty. Archie's Radio & Television Service, 815 15th St. 45. Musical Instruments KNIGHT PIANOS, imported from London, England. Shown by appointment only. Corso's Piano Tuning, Repairing & Sales Sen-ice. Phone 9135. ble drag all PTO portable; 2 used bur mills, new Arts way mixers and mills with new unloading auger for overhead bins and feeders, attached sheller if needed. PTO portable. No Sunday calls. Deer Creek Equipment Sales Rd. 29 south. Grant Miller. CHORD ORGANS $149.00 Special $99.50. Easy Terms. GALLO'S Accordion Headquarters, 705 12th St. NEW and used pianos and organs. Hammond organs and Story & Clark pianos. Ramseyer Piano Company, 320 W. Taylor Street Kokomo. Indiana. ONE 45" Fruitwood studio upright, one used Gulbransen spinet and two used chord organs, all like new. Thompson Music House, 500 North St. CHRISTMAS GIFTS -. Organ and piano lamps", music cabinets, chord organs and organ music, Channel Master radios. Thompson Music House. 500 North'St. 47. Mobile Homes HOUSETRAILERS, accessories, buy, sell or trade. 2 miles N.W. on U. S. 35. Maple Springs. FERREE & Smith Mobile home sales. Ph. TW-3-3285 or TW 35175. % mi. S. Akron. 48. Pets. GERMAN Shepard pup. $5. Phone, 56258. CHIHUAHUA, Cocker, Pekingese, Toy Manchester and Toy Terriers. Phone 4673. TOY Poodle puppies for Christmas, registered. Phone 3860 or 52629. DALMATIAN puppies for pet or show. Mrs. Frederick Mayhill. Phone 56788. MALE Collie, shots and wormed, $15. Phone 56109 after 5 p.m. YOUNG Polly'parrott. Ph. 66098 or inquire 1826 Spear. TWO AKC Boxer pups, between 4 and 6 p.m. Ph. 2300 BOSTON Bull Terriers. Phone 52437 after 4:30. USED Westinghouse refrigerators, $39.95 and up. Briggs Electric, 208 Fifth. 'Ph. 4401. TV console, -24", electric stove, 90,000 BTU oil space heater, full bedroom suite or twin beds. 9530. PUREBRED Dachshund, puppies and mother. Inquire 203 Beall. 49. Good Things to Eat USED CHAIN SAWS McCulloch & David Bradley Scheetz Oliver Sales. Lucerne, Ind. ble, $1850. will consider trade. Phone 50493. SELL or trade for pickup, 1957 Buick Century convertible, new top and paint. 330 Hamilton. Phone 4269, 8 a.m.-5 p.m. Royal Center Community Salt Sale Starts at 1 o'clock Every Thursday Phone 3755 Bring Cattle to Be Tested by 12 o'clock. Bridge & Garner. Aucts. CUSTOM corn combining with new 55 John Deere combine. Save the picking bill with a good .machine and careful operator. Satisfaction guaranteed. Trucking if needed. Jack Leffert. Phone 4833, Walton. LANDRACE .boars and bred gilts. Raymond Nicoll, BurnettsviUe, Ind. STOR-MOR bins, dryer bins, batch dryer, balk tanks. Ph. Logansport 56825 or see Dale Davidson, Metea. ALLIS-Chalmers sales, service, parts. Neff Implement Co., Rochester. Phone CA-3-2350. CAR PAYMENTS TOO HIGH? Protect your credit. Trade down to smaller or no payments. See Aaron Heffelman at Fmee Ford Corners. Ph. 967-4151, Rts. 18 and 75, Flora, Ind. 1954 Studebaker Champion, 4 door, excellent condition. Ph. 20855. 1947 PONTIAC, good battery, good transportation. Price $60.00. Phone 53271. MCTORT AUTHOIIZfO HEW CAS DEAlflU CHEVKO1CT MANN CHEVROLET Flora, Ind. Phone 158 Dillman Chevrolet—Ph. 4-0123 St. Rd. 25, Clyraers, Ind. CHRYSLER-M.YMOIMH-VAIIAHT Hendrickson Motor Sales, Inc. 417 Third St Ph. 5151 historian wrote read now in that news, as the reporter wrote it. While the matter appearing in common sense: "I need not repeat the arguments which I used in my last Annual Message in favor of the acquisition of Cuba by fair purchase. ... I therefore again invite the serious attention of Congress to this important subject." How much trouble would have lives would have been saved, if Cuba, than a Spanish possession, had been purchased, as the Virgin it: what we j been avoiled. how many old paper is would have been saved, if the Pharos was written from the!Islands were from Denmark just reporter's standpoint, a person reading it today has the advantage of a century of hindsight. For instance, on reading about the . squabbles at that Charleston national Democratic Convention in April and May of I860 the rift in the Democratic Party is quite evident; further, the rift between North and South in the nation is also clear,- a few years ago. Sam Hall had another editorial comment in that same issue. President Buchanan had something to say about trouble with savage Indian tribes in '"Arizonia" (it was speiled that way twice) along the Mexican border. Hall's comment went like this: "The great error of the Democratic party in the Mexican War viewed from today's standpoint, was that they did not keep pos- Indeed, recalling the remark I session of all of Mexico when our armies had conquered it. Had they done so, Mexico would at this time be blessed with made by Abraham Lincoln in one of bis debates with Stephen A. Douglas—at Freeport, was it?—in 1S5S, that "this nation cannot exist half slave and half free", one is tempted to wonder why that fact wasn't evident to every thinking man. The two sections were becoming so completely estranged that one legislative body could not possibly make laws for both sections. It would take two congresses to satisfy both, and that, of course, would be 'an impossibility in one nation. As one of the many new books JOINT MASONIC concerning the Civil War puts itrl .. | C -r- A . , ATirvM "The South had become aristocra-| IjNj I ALL A NUN sood government, and tranquility and peace instead of internal discord and Civil War. That error will not be repeated." But Sam was a poor prophet, for that very error was repeated in 1898, when American Soldiers went into Cuba, drove the Spaniards out, and gave the island to fhe natives. "MERRY CHRISTMAS TO ALL." tic and agrarian, while the North was democratic and commercial." A college professor wrote that sentence, so it must be all right. Long Message or SET DEC. 28 A joint installation service f< the 1962 officers of Orient Lodge, F. and A. M; No. 272 and Tipton Lodge, F. and A. M., No. 33 will be held on Thursday, Dec. 28 at James Buchanan was president j 7;3n h , he lodg V roorn a " t the l-ii1« ill iViic 1 «"jc onincr nrt HP . .— . ^.. •DICK WSE Buick-Chevrolet—Ph. 4135 2nd at Broadway, Logansport PONTIAC 3 used grain dryers for sale, in excellent condition. Priced to sell. 1 new Superior grain dryer. Oscar A. Baer, Rt. 2, Wolcott, Ind. 3 miles east and 2 north of Wolcott. Phone 2794737. WASSON-BUICK-PONTIAC Delphi, Ind. Phone L04-3040 or LO-j-2415 while all this was going on. He was a Democrat, but a northern man; from Pennsylvania. The Pharos printed his Annual Message to Congress in its issue of January 4, 1860. It was a long one; took almost half the paper, but we waded all the way through the mass of small type. Among other things he said a lot about the decision of the Supreme j Court' establishing the slavehold-i , , . . . , j.iL'i.uii u\yv):;t; x/iii\,ci9 jiitiuua er's property ngnts in his| human | Haro , d Wals Worshipful Mas . property. One school of thougn, { M rf s * especially in the north, regarded den . Ly]e j the negro as a "person bound U ,' ,j. . Masonic Temple. The program will be open to the public. Elected officers for 1862 at Orient Lodge include Lloyd Murphey,Worshipful Master: Jack Burk. Senior Warden; Ray W. Parker, Junior Warden; Earl Harrison, secretary and Parker Beall, rison. secretary, Parker Beall, and John D. Hamilton, to labor.' That is the staeholder L , ), 55. Livestock IB -MONTH OLD Landrace boar. Charles C. Grandstaff, Vi south, Vz east Lake Cicott. J LIVESTOCK 15 fancy Hereford springer cows 150 Holstein steers, 350-800 Ibs. 100 choice Hereford and Angus - heifers. LOGANSPORT LIVESTOCK YARDS John Case, Rep. Ph. 6197 East on U. S. Rd. 35 tAMUBI R & R RAMBLER MOTORS 801 E. Marin, Logansport DorxHDArr Thomas & Everman, 517 North St Dodge, Darts, Dodge Trucks ' FORD-FALCON Jolmson Ford Sales—Ph. 5103 25th at E. 1 Market St. Logansporl owned only his slave's labor; n °t!Y oun n his person. Needless to say, that] ^ Lod idea didn't go well south of thej^ occasion ° Mason & Dixon Line. Buchanan | praised the Court's decision; Sam Hall took him sharply to task for Junior w secretar y; George ' Rob | t h t f FOR SALE: Registered 1V& year old Duroc boars, good feed conversion. Kenneth Myer, Flora Phone 967-3287. 9 SECOND litter bred sows. 1 purebred 'Duroc boar. Hizer Hatchery, Grass Creek, Ind. 12 Hamp sows, ready to farrow. Phone Young America 2183. Keith Hook. Winamae Motor Co.—Ph. 5* 214 Monticello St.. Winamae, Ind FURNITURE LOANS , Lincoln Finance Company Mori* Smith, Mgr. Phoni 12M TURKEYS, alive, dressed, or OUTSTANDING Duroc Boars and smoked. Mrs.; Bob Thomson.! a number of bred gilts. Howard Phone 56071. ' Mutchler, Kew?nna. NEW crop, shell pecans. Special price Sl.OO'per Ib. English walnuts '$1.50 per Ib. McDowell Grocery, 301 W. Miami. 3718. Curtiss Bree ig Service Dudley D. Bridge Logan 3606-Royal Center 2185 Lucerne 1-2065 REALGAS ridGH QUALITY LOWER PRICES 818 TV. Market Hi-Way 24 Seventh and North ISth and Woodlawn his attitude in the same issue which carried the address. This writer has always regarded Buchanan as almost traiter- ous; while all this was going on, —and he knew all about it, for he- referred to the general situation in this address—he permitted of vast stores of ammunition from Northern to Southern arsenals. Thats the reason the south was so the transfer arms and PKGFITS DROP BLOOfflNGTON, Ind. (AP) — The net average profit from retail hardware sales has dropped to a postwar low of 1 per cent, an Indiana University study showed Saturday. The statistic was included in a manual issued by the I.U. business research bureau. The manual urges closer control over pricing, personnel, cost of goods sold, stock turnover, inventory and accounts receivable. Sale Calenda Dec. 30—Raymond Deeter .Harrison j an . 2—Louis T.' Dock & Schwartz Ray Booth Jan. 6—Clifford Robinson "..-.-. Rineriarts Jan. 10—Daniel Caldwell Rineharts •Jan. 13—Vance, Cotterman Admx. Rineharts Feb. 15—Camden Tile Factory Rinehara Jan. 17—Barrel Berkshire Bridge, Auct. Jan. 18—Jesse Yeager Rineharts Jan. 20—William Meade .. •. Rineharts Jan. 20^John H. Erdmann Estate Bridge Jan. 22—Glenn Hashbarger Rineharts'

Get full access with a Free Trial

Start Free Trial

What members have found on this page