Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on October 16, 1952 · Page 22
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Logansport, Indiana
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Thursday, October 16, 1952
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22 Logans port, Indiana, Pharos -Trlbu no lattleToll WASHINGTON (UP)—American battle casualties in Korea now total 121.'54. an increase o£ 885 over LiOku reported last week, the Defense Department has announced. The casualties reported include those from the beginning of the war who.se next oi' kin have been notified through last Friday. Thus, the new total did r.ot reflect jn'irely the c eernh tvyae fish-ing in Korea. However, tho increase of 885 is only fivo fewi i than the increase reported in Ubt week's summary which was the highest since July 2 when ihe weekly increase then reported war. 935. Until three weeks ago, weekly casiuiltv increases: reported were substantially below 800. but picked u;i with renewed activity on the front iine Hr'jaKdown 'iy services: AKVIY—95.688 casualties, 17.531 deaths. OC.S45 wounded. 8.243 missing, 1.744 cap.uren, 1,325 previously missing but returned to service. NAVY — 1.637 casualties, 340 deaths, 1229 wounded. 64 missing, four previously missing but returned to service. MARINE CORPS—22.535 casual- lies. 2.8!13 deaths, 19,232 wounded, 390 missing;, 20 previously missing but returned to service. AIR FORCE — 1,204 casualties, 4<iU deaths. 39 wounded, 741 miss- tn^'. four captured, -11 previously missing but returned to service. With the Candidates What the candidates are doing today: STEVENSON: Arrives Los Angeles (2:30 p.m p.s.t.) and greets Teamsters' Union convention. Delivers mtionwirte radio-TV talk at 7:30 p.m p.s.t. (CBS radio, Dumont TV), and addresses rally at 9 p.m. p.s.t. EISENHOWER:' Motorcade to Hackensack, IS". J. (1 p.m. e.s.t.), and Paterson, N. J., 12 p.m. e.s.t.) on to New York for speech at Al Smi''h memorial dinner tonight. SPARKMAJN: Arrives Washington, Pa., at 11:30 a.m. e.s.t. for ! lu.icneon at noon. Addresses rally I at Monessen, Fa., at 3 p.m. e.s.t. i and dinner al Belmont, Pa., at ! 6:30 p.m. e.s.t. NIXDN: Whistle-stopping in In! diana. w'lh rear platform talks at ! Logansport (9 a.m. e.s.t.i; Lafayette (11:15 e.s.t.); Frankfort, (12:30 p. m. e.s.t.): Kokomo, (1:15 e.s.t.), Terre Haute (5 e.s.t.); Vincennes (6:40 e.s.t.) and arrive Evansvil'e at 8:40 p.m. e.s.t. for 9 p.m. rpeaking engagement at Coliseum. Hospital Notes Memorial Born to Mr. and Mrs. Joseph D.iL'ue, route 2 Kewamia, a son; to Cpl. and Mrs. Donald Snoeber- £<•.-. Camdcn. a daughter. Admitted: Mrs. Lois AJtemeyer, route 1 Walton; Miss Esther Brown. Rockfield. Dismissed: Fred Pennington, 805 Wilkinson; Mrs. Gerald Nipple and son. Rockfield: Mrs. Mildred Smith, 714 N. Third. St. Joseph Born to Mr. ;md Mrs. William Bailer, 815'.2 Fifteenth, a son; to Mr. and Mrs. Ario Lewellen, 500 Shaw, a daughter: to Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Shepard, 313',: N. Third, a daughter. Admitted: Andrew J. Joris, State Hospital. Dismissed: Master James We;rv- er. COG W. Miami; Mrs. Mary Hopper, route 4; Richard Hall, Burn- (••.isville; Vei-n Miller, Star City; Charles Bailey, Royal Center; Frances Hatch, Royal Center; Thomas Finnell, route 2 Royal Center: Mrs. Rose Ciiiiyan, Iclaville; M:s. Edith Gelle.m'r, 12'JD Srneadj M:s. Mary Lou Yoclef, 1827 Wood- la., n: Mrs. Howard Taylor and s:.:i. 1U1 Tanguy: Edward Rose, Vi/.iiL- -I V.'inamac; Eugene Hasten, r..-.:'.L- 2 Winamac. Twelve Mile "A Pair of Country Kids," a three-act comedy by the Junior class, will be presented Friday evening in the school auditorium at 8:00 p.m. Rev. C. F. Golden of Denver will be the guest speaker at the Bethlehem Methodist church homecoming Sunday, October 19, during the afternoon service. Special program has been arranged. Sunday school at 9:30 followed by worship service at 10:30, Rev. Howard Cress, pastor. Basket dinner at noon. Skinner Christian church homecoming will be held Sunday, October 19. Sunday school at 9:30, worship service, 10:30; basket dinner at noon followed by a special program in the afternoon. Young Adult Fello%vship class of Bethlehem Methodist church will meet Monday evening, October 20, with Mrs. Marjorie. DeWitt for a Hobo party. Because o'f Teacher's Convention there will be no school Thursday and'Friday, October'23 and 24. Inspection of Fulton Chapter, No. 376, Vashti Chapter, No. 551, and Twelve Mile chapter. No. 557, of the Order of Eastern Star, will be held in the Twelve Mile high school auditorium by the Worthy • Grand Matron, Mrs. Helen Bell, Thursday, October 23, at 8:00 p.m. , The Eighteenth District Association of Order of the Eastern Star will meet in the Twelve Mile high school auditorium on Friday, October 24, afternoon meeting at 3:00 and evening meeting at 8:00. A banquet will be served by ladies of the Bethlehem Methodist church. P. T. A. will sponsor -a Hallow- e'en Carnival at the school, October 31. Plans are including a parade of people masked led by the high school band; Cakewalk, basketball toss, country store, queen contest, fish pond, dart throw; refreshments including cider, doughnuts, popcorn, sandwiches, coffee and pie. Also there will be a special program with door prizes being given. P. T. A. met Monday evening at the school. Group singing was led by Miss Wilma Moss. Madys Ad- 61 GUERNSEYS Monday, Oct. 20th- AT AUCTION •12:30 P.M., C.S.T. I FAIR-VIEW DISPERSAL; VAL-LEA REDUCTION— ! Sale will be held in i BEATY'S SALE PAVILION—6 Mi. So. of Huntington, Ind on Rds 9 & 37 49 Registered Guernesys — 11 High Grades — 30 Milk Cows — 11 Bred Heifers — 17 Open Heifers, Both Herds Calfhood Vaccinated— i 30 day Check test. 3 Bulls. | AR Record Cows in these herds with following records: 15135— 684% Yrs 2x: 12117—609 Jr2 9393—'170 Sr4 305C 2x: G496—436 Jr2 305C 2x: 8885—432 Jr2 305C 2x: 9219—521 Jr2 2x: 8178-^09 Jr2 2x: 9496— | 452 Jr2 2x. Most this offering are young cows, with top breeding. j Dairy Equipment selling: 16 Jamesway Stancions and Drinking i Cups: 3 wheel manure cart and hoist; 2 unit Surge milker; Int. 4 can cooler; 15 Gal. water heater; Stainless steel wash tank. Everett R. Beaty Sales Service, Huntington, Indiana ' University of iiiinois Ksns Chicago Campus CHICAGO (UPi— University of I'.'.iiiuis oifieials have plans for a i'o-.i:--yenr. self-contained university in Chicago with an enrollment of some 2U.UOO students, it was revealed today. Executives of the state university met \vkh Mayo 1 .' Martin Ken:ielly V> t-une>day '.o enlist the aid o£ city officials in determining a site for tile campus. Under the plan a complete school would be established. This would no; be a branch of the present school at Champaign. Dr. Gforire 13. iitoddarcl, university president, said the school would be made an entity if possible because a branch school often, operates at the expense of the main campus. Park Livingston, president of the university's board of trustees, said a rn'W school was under consideration because of the "birth bulge" of ihc last war. He said a metropolitan site is desired because mure classroom and teaching facilities can be provided without the need for additional housing for school employes. AUCTION SALE OF HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE As I have sold my home and leaving city will sell my household furniture located.at 1731 Treen St., 1 square north of Michigan Ave.. Logansport, Ind., On Saturday, Oct. 18th at 1 P.M. Consisting of: Piano and bench; radio; 3 rugs; davenport and chair; occasional rocker; three end tables; floor lamps; occasional stand; heating stove; General Electric refrigerator; table top gas | range: four hole laundry stove: electric washing machine; drop leaf j breakfast set; dining chairs; metal bed complete; two walnut dress- jers; bedding and linens; walnut buffet; chests; step ladders; garden tools; dishes and cooking utensils. Many other articles too numerous to mention. TERMS—Cash as you buy. Not responsible for accidents. MRS. GOLDIE JONES : Kivett & Teel, Auctioneers Mrs. Kivett, Clerk We will sell at public auction at the H. A. Taulmann farm, located one mile west and one and one-half mile south of Lake Cicott or 3 miles east and one and one-half miles south of Burnettsville, the following described personal property, on WEDNESDAY, OCT. 22, 1952 Sale to Commence at 1:00 O'clock CATTLE—17 Head, consisting of 10 Shorthorn cows (dairy), age 3-6 years, one with calf by side, others will freshen beginning December 5; 1 Shorthorn heifer (springer); 1 coming 2-year old Hereford bull; 2 Shorthorn heifers, 400 Ibs. or more; 2 smaller Shorthorn calves. All cattle T.B. and Bangs tested. All have been raised on this farm. HOGS—16 Head, consisting of 3 Spotted Poland sows, open; 13 shoats, 4 will weigh 175 Ibs.; 9 will weigh 80 Ibs. TERMS—CASH. Not responsible for accidents. No lunch. H. A. TAULMANN AND SON Bridge, Auctioneer Zieg, Clerk Sen.TaftWiil Invade Stevenson's Horns Base SALT LAKE CITY, Utah lUP) — Son. Robert A. Taft (R-O.' goes to Hastings. Neb, today anci to Gov. Adlai Ste\enson's capital city to- n'sht. The si'.Kitor, who is campaigning (or iKvicir D. Eisenhower, was sciieuuiu-l to arrive at Hastings at. 3 :>.:n. •:.:..t. by private p'.ane. Tatt expected to reach Spring- tie;'.!. Ill Stevenson's home base, at JO ;>.:n. A'. Salt Lak e C it.y T tfatda s Sti-v(.'iisu:i is u "prisoner of the Tnumn Gan™." He told a Republican rai'.y of 1.000 persons that "corruption in government" is an i ISMII- which cannot be shunted \ ilu spoke at Ogden and Logan,' L'l.iii. wi'ere he defended the Taft- ; Hr.fiiL'y .:i\\. nude a plct- for party m:i;y and psuxgei.! for local GOP • Young Mother Killed in Tnjck-Auro Crash CIIA'Ml-AIGN. III. (UP)— Mrs. Mary C'.nnille Warnas. 29, Champaign «-a« killed and her husband and two young children were injured in an auto-truck collision Wi'Cti'.L'Sciity nit^lu. The <•!•• driven by Mrs. Warnas' husband rammed into the real of ;: truvk iotw?cn Philo and Sidney, II!. Warnas was released after treatment at Burnham Hospital, Champaign. M.irtin 3. and Dianne, 2, the WaviKis -vildren. were hospitalized with skull fiv.ctures. Dianne also suffered a brcken collar bone. }, 803 Burlington Avenue m, OCT. is P. /VS. Sharp OOOS; New and used gas and electric stoves; used washing machines; refrigerators; radios; new G-E tank sweeper; upright sweeper; new and used oil stoves; bedroom furniture; used living room suites; new coal heaters. New'and used. 2 Case VAC tractors. International regular tractor and cultivator. 2-row International cornpicker. 1-row Woods Bros, cornpicker. 1 good picker, and miscellaneous items. The Jaycees wish to thank the various merchants for their confributions. Terms — Cash. Not responsible for accidents S f Auctioneer kins used "Happiness" as her devotional topic. Members of P. T. A. are invited to attend Metea P. T. A. meeting, October 21, at 7:30. Membership committee reported 149 soliciated. Room mothers were announced and committees appointed for the Hallowe'en Carnival. A very interesting panel discussion was presented with Miss Bachel Bell as moderator. The topic was "Schools o£ Yesterday versus Schools of Today." On the panel were Ruth Robbing, Frank Hoover and Roy Griest for schools of yesterday and Mrs. Scott, William Jones and Mrs. Brown for today's schools. Many good points were presented,in an enjoyable way. Discussion from the floor followed. Following the meeting a door prize was awarded to Mrs. Myron Knauff and refreshments were enjoyed. November meeting program will include Rev. Keith Whittern, former pastor of Bethlehem Methodist church as guest speaker. Rev. Whittern has been doing missionary work in Alaska. A favorite dish dinner was enjoyed recently at the home of .Mr. and Mrs. Carl Dillman, in honor of the birthdays oE Mrs. Oliver Snyder, Mrs. Charles Friend and Mr. and Mrs. A. E. DeWald. Those attending were Charles DeWald and daughter and grandchildren; Mr. and Mrs. Charles Friend, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Sarver and sons, Denver; Austin Bowman, Edna Bowman, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Brubaker and family, Rochester; Mr.' and Mrs. Shell Musselman, Denver; Mr. and Mrs. Elvin DeWald and family, Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Dillman and son, Mr. and Mrs. A. E. DeWald, Macy; Mr. and Mrs. Paul DeWald and granddaughter, Peru, route 3; Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Snyder, Mr. and Mrs. Willard Kuhn and daughter and girl 'friend, Mr. and Mrs. Marlin Roller and daughter, Denver; Mr, and Mrs. Harvey DeWald, Denver. A get acquainted party was held Monday evening at the home of Mrs. R. E. Johnson, the object being to introduce new women members o£ the community. Introduc- ' tioris and personal histories were I followed by the history of Twelve Mile, after which slides of the town were shown. Games and refreshments terminated, the social evening. It was decided by the group to meet again at the home of Mrs. Simon Deebs in November. Eighteen ladies were present. Don Bookwalter, local polio patient, is reported to be getting along satisfactorily. His address is Don Bookwalter, Isolation .Ward, Fifth Floor, Robert Long Hospital, Indianapolis. Mrs. Lois Hall, local teacher, is getting along satisfactorily. Her address is 18 W. Miami, Logansport. Mrs. George Kunkle's condition is PUBLIC SALE CALENDAR Oct. 18—Mrs. Ella Lenon, Estate Grume Oct. 18—Goldie Jone Kivett & Teel Oct. 18—Carl Houser Bridge Oct. 20—Suthard Murtha Oct. 21—Grover Hunter Rinehart Oct. 22—Jess Miller Murtha & Monesmitb Oct. 22—H. A. Taulman & Son Bridge Oct. 24—J. C. Farley L. F. Grume Oct. 25—Nellie Campbell Bridge Oct. 25—Smith & Bartley Rinehart Dct. 25—Mrs. Ruth Weidner Grume, auct. Oct. 28—Ind. State Duroc Breeders' Assn Rinehart Oct. 29—Gene Blair Geo. Gross Oct. 29—Mrs. Matilda Quinn, Est Grume Oct. 29—Roy I. Leffel Murtha & Monesmith Oct. 30—Dora Elliott ' C, B. Smith Oct. 30—Charley Lutz Murtha Nov. 1—Mrs. Boiler Rinehart N T ov. 1—Charley Sampsel Grume, auct. Nov. 8—Mrs. Emma Carey Estate Grume fair following a recent heart operation. Her address is Billings Hospital, Room G 310, Chicago, 111. Omer Plank still remains in the hospital, slightly improved. Milton Smiley is slightly improved at Woodlawn hospital, Rochester. Mr. and Mrs. Russell Powell and family, Logansport, Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Green and son spent Sun- Thursday Eve., Oct. 16; 1952 day evening with Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Swanson. Virginians See TV From Brazil WINCHESTER, Va.—Because of an atmospheric freak, a television show broadcast in Sao Paulo, Brazil, was seen recently in Winchester. PUBLIC SALE Oct. 18, Beginning at 12:30 O'Clock As I am quitting farming will sell at public auction 'A mile east and Vt mile south of Royal Center on the Dr. Don R. Ivey farm. 1 1950 John Deere A tractor and cultivators; 1 1947 John Deere B tractor and cultivators; 1 1950 John Deere 226 corn picker; 1 1949 John Deere 7 ft. tractor mower; 1 1948 John Deere 12A combine; 1 John Deere 2 bottom 16 in. plow on rubber tires; 1 John Deere 2 bottom 14 in. plow on rubber tires; 1 John Deere manure spreader on rubber tires; 1 John Deere 4 barr tractor side delivery rake; 1 Van Brunt fetilizer grain drill; 1 International corn planter; 1 3-section spring tooth harrow; 1 7 ft. International disk; 1 implement tailer; 2 rubber tired wagons and'grain tight racks; 1 Hudson power sprayer; jl 300-gal. gasoline tank on stand; 4 Lantz coulters; 1 oil brooder stove, feeders and water fountains; 90 laying New Hampshire Red pullets; some 50 gal. oil barrels and other articles too numerous to mention. Terms—Cash. No property to be removed until settled for. Not responsible for accidents. CARL HOUSER Auctioneer, Bridge Clerk, Bridge Read the Classified Ads Now! Drink the Instant Coffee That Stays Fresh, And Save! E 4-01. Ask for it at your Grocer's Now! *f1escaf£ (prcnounced NES-CAFAY) is the exclusive registered trade-mark al The NesHS Company. Inc., 1o designate its soluble coffee product which t$ corrposed ct equal ports of pure soluble coffee and added pure carbohydrates (dextrins, maltose, and dextrose) addec solely to protect the flavor

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