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Wednesday Evening, May 16, 1962 55. Livestock FEEDER pigs. Call J. D. Lesh, Deer Creek 35 or 2112. WE have buyers for good shoats. Royal Center Sale Barn. Phone 3755 or 2425. 56. Feeds, Seeds, Plants FOR blight-resistant, excellent standing, top-yielding hybrids, choose our Single Crosses 676, 678. J. E. Martin & Sons, Rt. 2, Walton. Phones 2053 or 2058. We have: SOYBEAN SEED Certified Lindarin $3.40 Non-Certified Harosoy ..' 3.30 SOYBEAN INOCULATION 5 bu. size $ .50 25 bu. size 2.00 GUTWEIN'S SEED CORN A complete line of weed killers and soil insecticides. LESTER ELLIOTT Lucerne Phone 1-2221 GERANIUMS from 25c up, creep^ ing Phlox, bedding plants, vegetable plants, Big Boy hybrid tomatoes. Cooper's Greenhouse, 928 W. Broadway. THE hybrid that stood last fall, stalks stayed green, yield excellent. Ind. Cert. 645. ' J. E. Martin & Sons, Rt. 2, Walton. Phones 2053 or 2058. GUTWEIN hybrid seed corn, good yielder, standability; cert, soybeans. Elvin Sadler. Ph. 56150. GLADIOLUS bulbs, large mixed 79c doz., Medium $3.00 per hundred, Bevington's 1000 E. 815S. HARVEST HOPPER HYBRIDS Lindarin Soybeans Contact our dealers or HOPPER FARMS 1 mile E. Onward. Ph. Walton 4152 PLANT Funks-G, America's greatest hybrids. Joe Hinkle, Phone Walton 3402. SEED CORN MARTIN BROS. Rt. 1, Walton Phone 3854 58. Hatcheries TURKEY poults, baby chicks and ducks. Start them on Napiana turkey and chick starter feeds. King's Hatchery, . Sixth and North. Phone 3718. ' 59. Poultry DAY OLD Heavy and Light Breed Chicks. Started Leghorn Pullets. Hizer Hatchery, Grass Creek. AUTOMOTIVE 63. Automobiles for Sale TWO used automobiles, new seat covers. Optimist Auction, Berkshire's, Saturday, 7:30 p.m. 1959 PLYMOUTH station wagon, 6 passenger, V-8, straight stick. Phone 50569 afternoons. HAVE YOUR CAR 63. Automobiles for Sale 1941 FORD, shaved V-8, fiathead dual Stromberg carburetors, Harmon - Collins dual ignition, dual coils, electric fuel pump, Phone 7956. 1958 Ford Fairlane 500, 1957 Ford Fairlane 500, 1960 F-100 pickup truck, 1956 Mercury, 1955 Pon- liac. Call 52081 after 4:30, al! day Saturday. 1960 Volvo, radio, heater, .whitewalls, A-l. GL-2-8427, Kokomo 1960 Alfa Romeo -Super Spider, showroom condition. GL-2-8427, Kokomo. 1960 Ford 2 door, automatic, like new, first $1250 buys. Percy Auto Sales, June. 24 and 35. 1960 MG, good tires, $1595. See al 717 Burlington Ave. CAR PAYMENTS TOO HIGH? Protect your credit. Trade down to smaller or no payments. See Max Frazee at Frazee Ford Corners. Phone 9674151, Rts. 18 and 75, Flora, Ind. 64. Trucks For Sale 1960 Chevrolet 1-ton pickup truck, will sell cheap. Made Rogers, Rt. 5, Logansport, at Hoover. 65. Motorcycles—Scooters 1950 Harley-Davidson 74, excellent condition. 4158 before 5 p.m., after 5 p.m. 3096. FACTORY AUTHORIZED NEW CAR DEALERS CHEVROLET MANN CHEVROLET Flora, Ind. Phone 367-4123 Dillman Chevrolet-Ph. 4-'0123 St. Rd. 25, Clymers, Ind. CHRYSLER—PLYMOUTH-VALIANT Hendrickson Motor Sales, Inc. 417 Third St. Ph. 5151 BUICK WSE Buick-Chevrolet—Ph. 4135 2nd at Broadway, Logansport PONTIAC WASSON-BUICK-PONTIAC Delphi, Ind. Phone L04-3040 or LO-4-2415 RAMBLER R & R RAMBLER MOTORS 801 E. Main, Logansport DODGE DART Thomas & Everman, 517 North St. Dodge, Darts, Dodge Trucks FORD-fALCOM Johnson Ford Sales—Ph. 5103 25th at E. Market St., Logansport Winamac Motor Co.—Ph. 946-3119 214 Monticello St., Winamac, Ind. NOW! Enjoy your vacation in net be sure the car you drive is , SAFE! Have it thoroughly chocked - FREE! MAY IS CAR SAfiTY MONTH! FREE lOPiOflWICMBOK Roar Lights Front Light* Brakes Exhauil Systom Tirol Windshield Wipers Stooring System Glast Horn Roar Viow Mirror INSPECT - DETECT - CORRECT DRIiVEJNTiQDAlY JOHNSON IROlRD SALES Market at 25th Ph. 510,3-51104 USE Crop-Maker Bulk Fertilizer SAVE . YOUR MONEY - $6.00 per ton . YOUR BACK - No Lifting . YOUR TJIME - Use Our Fast , Custom Spreading • ALL ANALYSES AVAILABLE 12-12-12-5-20-20-6-24-2.4-6-46-0 18-46-0—11-46-0-8-32-0-4-12-36 Also Available in Bags SEE us NOW FOR THE BEST DEAL ANYWHERE! CROP-MAKER SOIL SERVICE Call Walton 3715 Collect Carl Johnson — Ben DeHaven 2 Students In Contest Saturday Two Logansport high school students will compete in a contest for machine shop students Saturday at Indiana State College in Terre Haute. They are Mimhael Goins, a senior, and Fred Haring, a junior. Bill Robbins, a junior, will make the trip as an alternate. THE CONTEST, sponsored by the Indiana department of Vocational Education and Indiana State, seeks to stimulate improved machine shop programs and offers an opportunity for students to share experiences and compete with others in the state. The contest consists of a two- hour machine operation test, a one-hour test on the use of precision measurement equipment, and two one-hour written tests on general and technical information. THE SCHOOL scoring the most points will be awarded a traveling trophy and individual awards will be made to first second and third place winners. Accompanying the Logansport entrants will be Robert Baughman, machine shop instructor. Methodists To Convene Some changes. in local Methodist pastorates are anticipated at the annual North Indiana Conference of the Methodist church next week al Richmond. The conference will close Sunday, May 27, with the reading of appointments, assigning pastors to their churches for the year. Logansport Methodist ministers and delegates will attend the sessions in the Central Methodist church. There are 434 Methodist churches north of highway 40 and east of highway 421 in the conference. Bishop Richard C. Raines will preside over the five-day session opening May 23. Nationally known speakers are scheduled to lalk. An ordinalion service for new ministers is scheduled Sunday afternoon at Richmond high school. Civic Players to Elect Officers Officers for the coming year will be elected by the Logansport Civic Players at their meeting Thursday evening in the Hillis building. AH "Oklahoma " • participants are invited to attend. Scripts, music, chorus books and ticket money are to be turned in. Present officers are Mrs. Robert Masters, president; Mrs. James Dawson, vice-president; Mrs. William Hile, recording secretary; Mrs. James Hansen, corresponding secretary; Mrs. Clarence Hines, treasurer; and William G. Wilson, business manager. Republican Women Plan Election Of New Officers Monthly meetings of the Cass County Republican Women's club will be heldxin the Memorial home canteen on the third Tuesday of each month hereafter, it was announced at a covered dish dinner of the organization Tuesday evening. Election of officers will be held at the next meeting. A nominating committee 'appointed by Mrs. Lowell Fiedler, president, is composed of Mrs, Clarence Settlemyre, Mrs. Chester Porter, and Mrs. Susan Campbell. Members of the club, made plans to attend the. State Republican Women's conference June 7 at Indianapolis. The local club will sponsor a booth for the Young Republicans at the Jaycee Old Fashioned Fourth of July observance. Several candidates spoke at the meeting Tuesday evening. Emergency Guide Ready A booklet outlining what can be done in time of emergencies and who is to do it will be distributed lo public places for fulure use, 'according to a decision made Tuesday night at a- Red Cross disaster committee meeling. The booklet was explained lo committee members by Robert Julien, field representative of the eastern division o£ the Red Cross. The meeting was held in the home of committee Chairman Forrest Spencer, 910 W. Melbourne Ave. The booklet will be ready for distribution in approximately six weeks, Spencer said Wednesday. Committee members who . attended ^ the meeting included Wayne' Cassel, James Dunbar, Hev. James Holt, Ralph Jones, Hussell Taylor, William Vernon, Earl Palmer, and Mrs. Alice Sayger, chapter secretary. Set Lodge Dedication Dedication of the alternate lodge room being constructed in the Masonic temple is scheduled for 7:30 p.m. Saturday, May 26, it was announced Wednesday by Francis Koepkey, senior deacon of Tipton lodge, who is chairman of. the dedication committee. Others on the committee, representing both local Masonic lodges, all of the York Rite bodies,, and the Order of Eastern Star, are Robert D. Young, Lisle Minnick, C. W. Kirkpatrick, Paul Wilburn, Manuel Maderia, Raymond Parker, John Dempsey, Homer Bernhardt, and Lloyd and Elizabeth Musselman. Parents and friends of the local Order of DeMolay and the Order of Rainbow for Girls are invited to attend the dedication, Koepkey said. Members of the two orders will serve as ushers. Refreshments will be served following the short ceremony. Deaths and Funerals City, Cass County ROWE, MRS. JOSEPHINE, 79, Masonic ,Home, Franklin. Final rites at 10 a.m. Friday, Fisher funeral home. Burial in Mt. Hope cemetery. Friends may call al the funeral home. White Shrine services there al 7 p.m. Thursday and OES services at 7:30 p.m. Thursday. SMALL, ANDREW RICHARD, 80, Royal Center. Final rites ai 1 p.m. Thursday, Harrison tuner al home. Burial in the Thompson cemetery. District HOCKMAN, MRS, BETTY, 75 of West Lafayette. Funeral ser. vices at 2 p.m. Thursday, Fisher funeral home, city. • Burial in Bunker Hill ceraebery, Call at the funeral home. PETERSON, JUSTICE J., 74, ol rural route 1, Monterey. Funeral rites at 2 p.m. Friday, St. Luke's Lutheran church, Winamac. Bur ial in Crown Hill cemetery. Cal at the Fry and Lange funera home in Winamac after 7 p.m Wednesday and at the church one hour prior to rites. SWISHER, RALPH E., of rura route 2, Chetek, Wis. Funeral services at. 1:30 p.m,. Thursday Drake-Flowers funeral home, Pe ru. Burial in Mt. Hope cemetery Call at the funeral home. WAGONER, JAMES S., of 56 West Third St., Peru. Funeral ser vices at 1:30 p.m. Friday. Drake Flowers funeral home, Peru. Bur ial in Plainview cemetery, Macy Call at the funeral home. Expect Guests For Program Barber shop singers from seven other cities will be special guests at the program in the Loganspor high school auditorium at 2 p.m Sunday to be presented by nationally known singers from Louis ville, Ky. The Louisville Thoroughbreds, a chorus which placed second in the national contest last year, wil be featured, along with outstand ing barber shop quartets. A Logansport quartet, the Pieces of Eight, and the K-Noters from Rochester also will preform Visitors will be here from Mun cie, Kokomo, Marion, Fort Way ne, Columbia City, Mishawaka and. Lafayette, but they will no preform. A buffet supper will be served at Memorial home follow ing the show. the local Society- for the Pres ervation' and Encouragement o; Barber Shop Quartet Singing 'in America will operate a t i c k e i booth in the 400 block of Broadway Friday night. WE HAVE mm® LOW PRICE Bo ' Air 4 door sedan, & cyl:, powwglid., Z spaed wiper- wctihor, whlto lido walls, deluxe wheel covers, tinted windshield, hootor, turn signals. All white. HIGH QUALITY Factory Price $2843,75 NOW As low as $189 down wMi approved credit. A GOOD DEAL FOR YOU! door sedan, Maroon finish, pushbutton radio, wheel covers, tinted windshield/ padded dash. Turbo-fire 145S engine, 4 speed transmission, white tires, turn signals. 1962 Chevrolet Factory Price $2553.90 NOW At low ai $169 down with approved credit. HEADS THE WAY ALL 'OVER TOE GOiUiNirRYI CHEiGK OUR OBAJL 0UWI:NiG iCHBVY'S Chevrolet Buick GOLDEN SALES JUBILEE! 201 E. Broadway Phone 413S Open 'Eves '[Til 9 — .'Saturday '(Til 6 GUARDSMEN WIN MEDALS FOR MARKSMANSHIP Thirty National Guardsmen from the local unit have won marksmanship medals as a result of scores they received firing at Camp Atterbury last month. All 30 qualified on the M-l rifle. Guardsmen who will receive "expert" medals are M/Sgt. Dean A. Sedam, Sp/5 Charles L. Doug' las, S/Sgt. Raymond S. Spencer, Sp/5 Lyle K. Vandermark, Sp/4 Edwin 'A. Olson, Sp/4 John C. Zellers, Sp/4 Carl W. Gustafson, Sp/4 Darl D. Deniston, Sp/5 Merl L. Cox, Sp/4 William ! E. Halt and Sp/4 Richard J. Corso. Those receiving "sharpshooter" medals are Sp/5 Gordon P. Wilson, Sp/5 Donald R. EUer, Sp/5 Edgar G. Cochran, S/Sgt. Wayne E. Baldwin, Sp/5 Benjamin 0. Yantis, Sp/4 Jerry L. Harrison, Sp/5 Jerry L. Slout, Sgt. Duane L. Howard, S/Sgt. James Delaplane, PFC Frederick L. Howard, Sgt. Eugene F. Cowell, S/S>jt. Darrell E. Wesner, Sp/4 Joe H. Schnieb, Sp/5 Larry P. Hood, Sp/4 John D. Chamness, PFC James L. Bodell Jr. and Sgt. Earl E. Leazenby. Sp/5 Donald L. Lambert anc Sgt. James L. Bowen qualified as "marksmen." , The local. Guard unit will go to Camp Atterbury again this weekend. The group will leave Friday evening and return Sunday afternoon. At a regular drill Tuesday night, enlistment papers were completed for two new members. They are David L. Dowell, 22, of 206 Ninth St., and Carl A. Baker, 23, of 1030 Woodlawn -Ave. Dowell will leave for six months active duty in September. Bakei has three years of prior service in the U. S. Army. Late Markets Dawktas 200 to 220 16.25 220 to 240 15.85 240 to 260 15.50 260 to 280 15.10 280 to 300 14.75 Sows 14.25 down Boars 9,00 down Popejoy's Poultry Farm Heavy Hens 15 Burnettsvffle Poultry Leghorns .0, Heavey Hens 17 Third Street Market Lambs .1! Beef Hides 05 Veal Hides , .13 Producers Marketing Assn. 190 to 215, No. 1 17.00 190 to 220, No. 2, No, 3 .... 16.50 Sows 14,00 down Boars 10.00 down Wayne's Produce Heavy Hens , 10 to .1; Leghorns 07 Klumpp Produce (Deci Creels) Heavy Hens 10 to .1! Leghorns •. .07 Eggs 20 INDIANAPOLIS (-UPI) - Livestock: Hogs 4,200; barrows and gills opened strong to .50 higher; late and closing strong to 25 higher; uniform 190-225 Ib 17.25-17.50; 45 head 17.75; bulk 180-240 Ib 16.5017.25; several lots 16.25; 240-270 Ib 15.75-W.50, a few lots 10.75; 270-300 Ib 15.25-16.00, a few 16.25; 150-170 Ib 15.00-16.50; sows 25 higher; 280400 Ib 14.25-15.00; 400-600 Ib 13.501125; 550-650 Ib 13.00-13.50. Cattle 800; calves 35; steers and heifers steady to weaki instances 25 lower; choice steers 26.00; one lot choice 26.50; mixed good and choice 25.00; good with an end choice 24.50; good 23.00-24.50; standard and mixed standard and good 20.50-22.00; one high choice heifer 26.00; good and choice 22.50-25.00; cows steady to 50 higher; utility and commercial 15.00-16.50; canners and cutters 13.00-15.00; bulls strong to 50 higher; utility and commercial 17.SO-20.00; • a few utility 20.50; vealers steady; one high choice 32.00; good and choice 28.00-31.00; standard and low good 22.00-28.00. Sheep 50; not enough to test market. CHICAGO (UPD^Livestock: Hogs 6,000; under 240 Ib 25-50 higher, over 240 Ib fully 25 higher; No 1-2 190-225 Ib 17.00-17.25; over 60 head 210-220 Ib 17.50; mixed No 1-3 180-230 Ib 16.53-17.00; 230250 Ib 15.00-15.50; No 2-3 250-280 Ib 15:50-16.00; 280-320 Ib 16.00-18.50. Cattle 12,50, calves none; few early sales slaughter steers steady :o 25 lower, later mostly 50-75 !ower; heifers steady to 25 lower; ,oad prime 1310 Ib steers 30.50; load prime 1313 Ib 30.00; mostly prime 1150-1300 Ib 29.00-29.50; mixed choice and prime 1100-1350 Ib 27.25-29.00; bulk choice 9501350 Ib 25.50-27.25; mixed good and choice 24.50-25.25; good 22.5024.50; couple loads mostly prime 950-1050 lb- heifers 26.50; choice 25.00-26.00; mixed good and choice 24.50-25.00; good 22.00-24.25; good and choice vealers 26.00-30.00. Sheep 300; not enough for mar- cet test on any class; few lots utility and good shorn slaughter ambs 100-107 Ifa No 1-2 pelts .5,00-15.50. Logansport, Indiana Pharos-Tribune Twenty-seven COMMUNITY BRIEFS Around Town Births MEMORIAL — Born lo Mr. and Mrs. Max Smith, 715 Brown St., a son. •—•-• Hospital Notes ST. JOSEPH - Admitted: Mrs. Alpha Struck, Muncie; Mrs. Iva Moore, 1705 High St.; Mrs. Irene Trapp, Winamac; Mrs. Pauline Lamb, Royal Center; Michael Hosier, Walton. Dismissed: Mrs. Marlene Reinholt, 713 Washington St.; Mrs. Edith Gilsinger, 2008 High Street Rd.; Ernest Beall, rural route 1; Miss Judy Swat- ford, 220 Minor St.; Baby John Muckenfuss, 909 Race St. MEMORIAL - Admitted: Mrs. Victoria Ireland, Idaville; Don Baker, 1301 Lobelia St.; Owen Pitch, ,201 Tacoma Ave.; Mrs. Marie Boos Winamac; Miss Cora Moore, 210 West Ottawa St.; Miss Mildred Derryberry, 525 Bates St.; Mrs..Phyllis Kingery, 921 Michigan Ave.; William Newcomb, Hammond, Dismissed: Mrs. Helen Apt, 1235 Chicago St.; Mrs. Ara Burrows, Winamac; Mrs. Ethelana Dancey, 1718 East Market St.; Roland Dilts, rural route 2, Royal Center; Mrs. Joan Hanna, rural route 2; Mrs. Bren> da Hardy, rural route 2; Mrs. Cora Hess, 1407 Liberty St.; James Holmes, 223 Hammon St.; Frederick Holt, 1903 Michigan Ave.; Mrs. Jack Lamberson and daughter, rural route 1; Mrs. Lily Parrish Royal Center; Master Steven Vore, 1811% Wright St. Bunker Hill Hospital Notes Admitted: Mrs. Dorothy Nier, Mrs. Gladys Goodner, Hope Causey, Faith Causey, Judythe Wade and Mrs. Josephine Maestas. Dismissed: S/Sgt, Curtis Johnson, Mrs. Nancy Gates, Mrs. Mary Stallworth, Mrs. Bridget Slocume and daughter, Robin Webster Ramey, Steven Shockley, Annette Parent, Patricia Jewell, and Louise Bohannon. Births: A daughter to Airman 1/C and Mrs. Robert Nier and a son to T/Sgt. and Mrs. George Goodner. ROCHESTER* Admissions to Woodlawn hospi' Ial: Henry Black, Macy; Mrs. Cleo Darr, R.R. 2, Rochester; Mrs. Virgil Parker, 1330 Monroe street; Rebecca Ann Baker, R.R. 6, Rochester. Dismissals; Arley Steininger, 1507 Jefferson street; Mrs. Lyle Reed, 301 East 14lh street; Cecil Pickens, R.R. 1, Rochester. Alfred Hopper, 419 East 14th street, was admitted Monday to Billings hospital in Chicago for observation .His room number is W504. Miss Lola Greathouse, daughter of Mr. arid Mrs. Everett Greathouse, Columbus, Ind., formerly of Rochester, was admitted to Bartholomew County hospital, Columbus, for observation. Her room number is 155. MONTICELLO Dismissals: Monday—Mrs. Ha C. Southard, Reynolds; Tuesday —Infant son of Mr. and Mrs. Paul W. Shidler, Francesville; Mrs. Ellen E. Webster, route 3; Jack Voorhees, route 2; Barabara Miller, Box 184; Kathy Rosier, Buffalo. • -*>-• Miss Tain Watts, the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harry R. Watts, 363 West Broadway,, has been named lo the committee in charge of Activities Night at Indiana University next fall. The open house is presented annually by the student governpient to acquaint new students with student activities. Miss Watts, a sophomore at the university, will be in charge of hospitality and tours. Two Boys Will Receive High Scout Award The God and Country award, the lu'ghest religious award made to Boy Scouts, will be presented to two members of Troop 47, Lake Cicott, at their churches this Sunday. Richard Blackketler will receive the award in services beginning at 9:30 a.m. at Center Presbyterian church, and Fred Wells will receive the award during services beginning at 10:30 a.m. The Rev, Kenneth Bower, pas:or of both Jefferson township churches, will give the awards. Lapel pins, will be given to the mothers and fathers of the two joys. Both are Star Scouts. Scoutmaster of Troop 47 is Don Wells. Circuit Court Robert F. Richards, 317'/i Wheatland Ave., filed suit for divorce from Sally Ann Richards in- .he Cass circuit court Wednesday. The couple was married March '. 15, this year, and separaled May • 15, according to (he complaint iled through the law firm of O'Neill and O'Neill. The estate of the late Walter E. Pherson, 72, who died May 11, ncludes $7,000 in real estate and $1,000 in personal property. Joseph Johnson, of Kokomo, was appointed administrator when the estate was opened Wednesday, Two sisters were listed as heirs. Marshall, Hillis, Hillis, and Burton are the attorneys for the estate. A petition for support under the Indiana Reciprocal Enforcement of Support Act was filed Wednesday in circuit court by Gwyncth Mclnlosh. 318'/ a Ninth St., city, against Paul E. Hormel, Dayton, Ohio. The petition, filed through' Prosecutor Earl Palmer, asks support- for two children and alleges the defendant is behind ?4,934 in his payments. In the petition of Mary McManus vs. Melvin Palmer, Sr., of Alliance, Ohio, for support payments, the Court of Common Pleas of Stark county, Ohio, ordered Palmer to pay $40 per monlh for the support of his child. The action was filed here early this year through the prosecutor. • -•-• Building Permits Lawrence Quirk; cement work at 2220 Otto St., $200; Mrs. Ag-. nes Parker, residential improve-• mcnts at 801 W. Melbourne Ave., $34. • -•-• Marriage Licenses Robert Neal Biddle, 40, Logansport, and Judith Ellen Braun, 24, of 536 Bates St. • -•-• A 20 x 24 inch window glass was chipped by a BB gun pellet- according to a report lo city police by Raymond Warner of 1128 Cummings St. The window was on the east side of a shed at the rear of the residence, • -•-• James A. Flory, boilerman second class, USN, son of Mr. and Mrs. Byron B. Flory of Route 4, Logansport, Ind., is serving aboard the dock landing ship USS Donner, a unit taking part in. Exercise Quick Kick, a joint, training operation held May 7-10,' at Camp Lejeune, N. C. • -•-• Theft of an electric shaver and a leather case valued at $30 was taken from a clothes cabinet at the sewage disposal plant at Ihe. slate hospilal and not at the municipal plant as reported Tuesday evening in the Pharos-Tribune. • -•-• City firemen extinguished a fire in the die casting department at Alpha Industries Inc., 615 Center Ave., at 8:40 a.m. Wednesday. There was minor damage lo the ceiling venlilaling fan. Justice Peterson, 74, Retired Carpenter, Dies; Rites Friday WINAMAC - Justice Joseph. Peterson, 74, of rural route 1, Monterey, a retired carpenter, died at 1:30 a.m. Wednesday at his home following a heart attack: Bom Jan. 24, 1888, at Royal Center, he was the son of Charles A. and Carolina Johnson Pelerson. His marriage was to Ruth Viola Bilterling. They observed" their Golden Wedding anniversary., last November 30. He was a member of St. Luke's Lutheran church at Winamac and had been a resident of tlio Monterey community 60 years. Survivors include his widow; two daughters, Mrs. Feme Mil- ' chell, and Mrs. Eileene Easlei-day,' both of Winamac; Iwo sons, Verl; Monterey and Deane, Leiters Ford; 11 grandchildren; a great- grandchild and two brothers, Frank, Macy and George, Monterey. Funeral. services will bo held at 2 p.m. Friday at St. Luke's Lutheran church, Winamac with Rev. Paul Hutchinson officiating; Burial will be in Crown Hill cemetery. Friends may call at the Fry and Lange funeral home in Winamac after 7 p.m. Wednesday and at the church one hour prior to rites. EX-STATE SENATOR DIES CHICAGO (UPD—Former Indiana Stale Sen. Albert W. Wesselman, 68, Evansville, Ind., died of an apparent heart attack here Hbnday night while attending the Supermarket Institute. sr~ Sale Calendar May 16—B F. Heath R 0y .Grume May 18—Weddington Auction Room Weddington May 19—Effie Guard Estate Rineharts; May 19—Optimist Club Berkshire May 19—Ralph SauridersK Auct, Bridge' May 26—Anna Claybaugh Monesmith, Auct. May 26—Orde Bell Estate Rineharts, Aucts.' May 26—Mae E. Wikel Estate Roy Cruma'. June 9—Minnie A. Maxwell Rineharts. Aucts..