Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on May 20, 1962 · Page 12
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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 12

Logansport, Indiana
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Sunday, May 20, 1962
Page 12
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. PAGE TWELVE THE PHAROS-TRIBUNE and LOGANSPORT IPRESS, LOGANSPORT. INDIANA DIES IN FIRE SYCAMORE, Ind. (AP) — Fire believed caused by lightning destroyed a two-story home here SUNDAY, MAY 20,1962 Friday night, causing the death of the owner, Thomas 0., ^Veeks, 80. Sycamore is 10 miles east of Kokomo. A Lifetime Income From Rental Business / This product is needed in every home and requires little or no maintenance. Never needs replacing. A small investment and company paid advertising puts you in business for yourself. No experience necessary, full or part time opportunity. One third return on your money per year. Write Box 3022 South Bend 19, Indiana. Have you wondered what it would cost to insiail Carrier in your home? Probably much less than you expect. If you have. wondered, please clip out and answer the following questions. Then mail them to us at the address below. With this information we can give you a close approximate cost of a quiet, economical system that will assure complete comfort throughout your entire home. What is the glass area of your house (sq. ft.): East Windows South Windows /West Windows North Windows Do you have storm windows or thermopane? .... What is the floor area of your house (sq. ft.)? How is your house constructed? (Underline). Frame, Light Masonry, Heavy Masonry, One Story, Two Story, Split Level Is your house insulated? Ceiling (yes, no) Side Walls (yes or no) What type heating system do you have? (underline) Forced Warm Air, Gravity Warm Air, Hot Water or Steam 1 . NAME . . ADDRESS TEL. NO. Vacation Time Is Here! Time to have your car repaired so it will be ready to give you carefree service on your vacation trip. e Check wheel alignment and balance • Check brakes and adjust • Check ignition and carburetion What Does Your Gar Need? If in doubt ask us. Hendrickson Motor Sales •"The House That Service iBuii'lt" $ 419 So. 3rd Phone 5151 Russell Wiley, While County Farmer, Dies, Final Rites Tuesday MONON—Russell Wiley, 60, of rural .route 1, Monon, a prominent White county farmer,' died at 8 a.m. Saturday at'his'home fol lowing an illnes s of two years. Born July 13, 1902'in Tippecanoe county, he was the son of James H; and Grace Foster Wiley. His marriage .in Winamac on March 1, 1933 was to Mamie Sillis. He was a member of the' Monon Eagles Lodge. Survivors include his widow; four' sons, James H., Kalamazoo, Mich.; Robert R., rural route 1, Monon; Dewayne, with the U.S. Army and Thomas, at home; a brother, Harold, of Mesa, Ariz, and two grandchildren. Funeral services will be held a 2 p.m. Tuesday at the Stewar f'jneral home with Rev. Paul Shep c;rd officiating. Burial will be in Monon Chapel cemetery. Friends may call,at the funera home after 7:30 p.m. Sunday. Mrs. Cora E. Waltz, 91, Dies in Rochester, Rites Set For Monday ROCHESTER—Mrs. Cora Elma Waltz, 91, of r,ural route 5, Rochester, widow of William M. Waltz, died at 12:45 a.m. Saturday at the Miller Nursing Home in Rochester. She had -been a patient at the home six weeks. Born Jun. 19,'1871 in Kosciusko county, she was the daughter of John arid Louvina Cole. Her marriage on Nov. 2 ; 1889 was It) William Waltz. She had been a resident of the Rochester community 40 years and was a member of the Tippecanoe Christian church and the Sand Hill Ladies Aid. Survivors include two sons, Jesse Waltz, rural route 5, Rochester and John Waltz, rural route 3, Rochester; 12 grandchildren; five great-grandchildren; a sister, Mrs. Nora Gouchenhour, Elkhart and three grandsons she raised, L. M. Calvert, Robert Calvert and J. .1. Calvert, all of Rochester. A daughter, two sons and five-sis- tors preceded her in death. Funeral services will be held at 2 p.m. Monday at the Foster and Good funeral home in Rochester with Rev. Russell Good officiating. Burial will be in the Rochester IOOF cemetery; Friends may call at the funeral home. Come To BUSJAHN'S for i Crutches, wood or aluminum Canes Back Supports Supporter Belts Obesity Supports Anklets Hinged Knee Caps Rib fracture Belts Colostomy Outfit Trusses Elastic Stockings Abdominal Supports Athletic Supports And AllOther Surgical'Fittings Heatihg Pads • Neck Supports Ankle, knee or wrist braces Supp-Hose Walkers —Complete Stock— BUSJAHN'S DRUG STORE 308 fourth Street Del phi Club Hears Report On Highway " .DELPHI—Mr, and Mrs. Claude Wi'ckard, of south of Camden, entertained the Junto Club at a dinner party Thursday night. Dinner was served in the Wickard cabin with members cooperating. Mr. and .Mrs. Raymond Tbdd assisted the hosi; and hostess. Following the dinner and a brief business session in ith'e Wickard residence, Mr. Wickard gave.-a talk on the "Michigan Road." Wicka>rd, from a child had 'been interested in the history of the road, part ol which is now Indiana 29 from Logansport south for a number ol miles. He recalled many stories told him by his grahdfathher abou 1 .the sad state of the road for many years while still a toll road. Wickard's ancestors owned lane just south of Deer Creek and some in Howard county. Wickard hac made an intensive* study, of the •history of the road in the State library and had persued many other, histories in search of material for the history of the Roac which, meant so much in the lives of his family arid others who resided along the road from Lake Michigan to the Ohio river. ., This, the last of the Junto programs of Carroll County history, ended the years program, The next:meeting will be held in September. . ' .. Mr. and Mrs. Wilson Harford and family spent the week end of Mother's Day with relatives at G-reenville,- Illinois. En route home ihey visited Mr. and Mrs, Noel Douglas, former local residents, at Terre Haute.. Sheriff John Roth took Augus:in Castillo'to the state reforma- ;ory at Pendleton Friday. Castillo will serve from 2 to 5 years for burglary. Lee Tracy .Davis was arrested lere for Howard County authorities on charges of parole violation. James Caughell, principal of the Burrows school, was honored and surprised Thursday night when patrons, teachers and students ^resented a program "This is Your Life." Caughell of Adams .ownship has taught in a number of the county schools for the past 50 years and has signed his 51st rears contract to teach again in Burrows. MANSLAUGHTER WILLIAMSBURG, Ind. (AP) James R. Frazer, 45, Williams- jurg, was charged in Cincinnati Friday' with second degree manslaughter in the death of a man caught in his burning car after ""razor's car hit it in Cincinnati Thursday night. Frazer was charged with following the other car too closely. BEAUTY SHOP FOR RENT Equipment available. Helen's Beauty Shop 4HV4 E. Broadway Phone 4827 or 53519 Dinner Party Held At Rhody Residence In Royal Center ROYAL CENTER-Mr. and Mrs. John" Rhody and son'.had as dinner .guests Mr, and Mrs.. John Dragovich'and family of Chicago, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Douglas and sion Ronnie and Mr. and Mrs. Fred Douglas: Mni. Tom' Miller, and daughter have! returned to'Walkerton after several days spent with' Mr. and Mrs. :Fred Swisher. Mr, "and Mrs. William Goodrich were: dinner guests of Mr., and Mrs. William Friemel. Mr. and Mrs. William Batty of Lucerne visited Mr. and Mi;s. Frank White. Harry Boose of Walkerton visited friends here, i Mrs,' Charles Davis entertained the Past'Chiefs- club .at her honfe. Guests of Mrsv Mayme Coiemiin were Mr. and Mrs. Dallas Tousley and daughter of Culver and Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Handshu and son of Star City. Mr. and Mrs., Clyde Hayden and family of Idaville and Mr. and Mrs. Don Taylor .and family were recent dinner guests of Mrs. Ethel Hayden. 24 Hr. Cokr film Service Kodacolor—Ectaiihrome—Kodcichrome 10 W. linden Av.. JOC V iVlOHS FOfOSllOp Dio , M 32 Three fourths of America is flat. Does that make you feel any better? 1 1 you can get Vegetable Dust Rose Dust Bean Beetle 'Oust with Serin Vcg. Dust \wlli Seviis Weed Killers Boss Root Fnwdcrs KASCH'S I I I I I Pet and Lawn Supply 521 E. 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