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PAGE TWENTY-FOUR THE PHAROS-TRIBUNE and LOGANSPORT PRESS, LOGANSPORT, INDIANA SUNDAY, MiVV 20,19R2 Hospita I Notes Rochester Admissions to Woodlawn hospital: Bonnie Frettinger, Wanatah. Dismissals: Bloice Reynolds, route 2, Macy; Ross Fear, route 1, Kewanna. Cleo Drudge, who underwent recent surgery in Mayo Clinic, is reported to be improving satisfactorily. His address is Campbell Hotel, Room 310, Rochester, Minn. Mrs. Minnie Sanderson Expires, Rites Monday Funeral services will lie held at 2 p.m. Monday at the McCloskey-Hamilton-Kahle funeral home for Mrs. Minnie B. Sanderson, 88, widow of Harley, W. Sanderson. Rev. 0. D. Williams will officiate and burial will be in the Spring Creek cemetery. 'Mrs. Sanderson, a resident of the Neal Home, died at 5:55 p.m. Friday at Memorial hospital. Born.in Cass county on Jan. 2, 1874, 'she was the daughter of David and Catherine Pratchell Penzell. Survivors include two , sons, Francis D., Houston, Texas and Harold W., Wheaton, 111.; a brother, George Penzell, rural route 4; three grandchildren and a great- grandchild. Friends may call at the funeral home. liyod Wayne Hardy Dies In Logansport, Final Rites Tuesday Lloyd Wayne Hardy, 23, of 1001 Helm St., died at 11:10 a.m. Saturday at Memorial hospital from a self-inflicted gunshot wound in the head. He was found at 8 a.m. Saturday in a barn on the Herbert Hardy farm, rural route 6, city. Born April 4, 1939 in Cass county, he was the son of Herbert and Mary A. Seybold Hardy. He was employed as a herdsman for the Royal Pork Company at Hoyal Center. He was a member of the Crooked Creek Christian church and 1 was a 1957 graduate of Royal Center high school/ His marriage on July 23, 19GO was to Sharon S. Davis. Survivors incclude his widow; a son, Brian Davis; his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Hardy; two sisters, Mrs. Don Morphet, rural route 2, Royal Center and Mrs. Richard Sparks, Muncie; his grandmother, Mrs. Bertha Hardy, Logansport and several nieces, nephews and cousins. Funeral services will be held at 2 p.m. Tuesday at the McCloskey- Hamilton-Kahle funeral home with Rev. Virden Graham and Rev. Dallas Landrum officiating. Burial will be in the Crooked Creek cemetery. Friends may call at the funeral home after 2 p.m. today. Logansport MEMORIAL Births: Bom to Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Stewart, 214'/ 2 Ninth St., a daughter. Mr. and Mrs. George Malott, Winamae, are the parents of a HI. A daughter was .born to Mr. and Mrs. Paul Watts, 826 West Melbourne. Admitted: Miss Lianna Nether- cult, Burnettsville Miss Nikki Conn, 1221 North Third; Adolph Eckstrom, Delaware Road; Mrs. Sally Hizer, 1123 East Market; Mrs. Leona Eurit, rural route 1, Twelve Mile; Harold Garretson, 315 Burlington; Frank Flynn, 130 Wheatland; Master Michael Galbreath, 1312 W. Melbourne; Miss Ida Meyer, rural route 1; and Donald Lutes, 1114 North. Dismissed: Mrs. Dorothy Beall, 67 Pollard; Mrs. Archyea Bonnell, Kewanna; Miss Donna Bonnell, Kewanna; Miss Lois Button, Kewanna; Cecil Day, Star City; Donald Enyart, Star City; Mrs. Stella Hile, Lucerne; Mrs. Edna Hum- merickhouse, Camden; Mrs. John Parks, 17 East Main; Master Michael Gripe, rural route 4; Miss Mildred Derryberry, 525 Bates; Mrs. Jeanne Fairman, 524 E. Roselawn; Miss Denise HeimHch, rural route 1; James Helvie, 218 Cole- Master David Jump, rural route 1, Walton; Buryl Wilhelm, rural route 4; Mrs. Nellie Dotterer, 114 Tanguy; Mrs. Jim Foster and daughter, rural route 2, Walton and Mrs. Vella Appleton, rural route 1, Camden. ST. JOSEPH'S Born to Mr. and Mrs. William Winegardner, 1123 Helm, a daughter. Admitted: Baby John Hunt, 324'/ 2 East Market; Baby Janice Moms, 1636 Woodlawn; Charles Staver, 3l4y 2 East Market; Dewey Leasure, 322 Polard;. Mrs. Carol Hallam, 119 Thirteenth; Daniel Mordenti, 1333 Erie; Charles Sagester, Bunker Hill; Mrs. Geneva Frey, 300 ffinor; Mrs. Agnes Hipsher, 408 Jurlington. Dismissed: Mrs. .. Beverly Sparks, Walton; Mrs. Anna Kay Williams, 416 First; Mrs. Esther Downham, route 3; Mrs. Alpha Strunk, Muncie; John White, 1918 East Broadway; Gerald Demerly, '15 -Parkway; Paul Malone 532 Sast Melbourne; Mrs. Edna Bosh, *!ew Waverly; Miss Debra Cart, Walton. Let's Talk Cars The U.S. Bureau of Public Roads says that last year the. AVERAGE motorist travelled 9529 miles on 666 gallons for 14.3 miles per gallon. It's a curious trait of human nature that most of us like to exaggerate a little about poor or B. Hondrickscm g 0 „ <j nl il (!a ge. It's best to. add a grain of that proverbial salt to most folk's testimony on mileage matters. If you are dissatisfied with your mileage, check it against the official figures and chances are you'll find you're pretty close to normal. Reminds me of a story going around some years back that had more truth than fiction. It concerned an economy- minded motorist who set his sights on gas savings to the exclusion of all else. He finally decided to buy one of the smallest small cars. - He enquired about mileage of every owner he met and all the figures seemed to aver-age out about 23 MPG. But despite the most careful record Keeping over a thousand miles, the best he could come up with was 17 MPG. When a second thousand mile check failed to raise that figure, he took his problems to his dealer, offering to pay for it if the dealer would ail- just the motor to "get 23 MPG like the other ovmcrs are getting." "You'd only be. wasting your money," the dealer replied. "There's only one-way to get that mileage and that's the ^way they do it." "How's that," asked , the motorist. - "By lying about it." • Hendrickson Motor Sales 419 S. Third Phone 5151 PLUMBING^HEATING ALoW DON SCHMIDT Boy, 11, Saves Three From Burning Home INDIANAPOLIS (AP)-Elevcn year-old Dale Parish rescued his three younger brothers and sisters after fire blocked the way downstairs in his parents' home early Saturday. Awakened by smoke, Dale carried the other children to a bedroom window. Card of Thanks We wish to thank our many Mends, neighbors and relatives for the acts of kindness extended us during the loss of our loved one, Blanche Smoyer. Also Rev. Rilchey, the singers, Pallbearers, ,he Lower Deer Creek Church of Brethren and the Rainbow Class of Flora Church of Brethren and Carter funeral home. Your kindnesses will always be remembered. Dr. D. E. Smoyer Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Callane Mr. and Mrs. Harold Allread • and Son Notice I will not be responsible for debts contracted for by any other than myself. Ralph E. Stone 417 J /£ S. 5th, Logansporf nrPHOLSTERlNG] 201B NORTH STREET PHONE 4789 TASTY SNACKS At Our Soda 'Fountain • Taste-Tempting Food For Every Mood ... Sea all the good things wo have to eat. Come In for lunch/ mid- afternoon snacks or a late-data bite. Try one of our big, succulent sandwiches- especially good with a cola drink. Come In and treat your tasla. ' At The... CENTRAL DRUG STORE SODA FOUNTAIN 4th at Broadway. Mrs. Irene Holmes, 77, Dies At Hospital, Final Rites Monday Mrs, Irene • Holmes, 77, of 812 E. Market 'St., widow of John Holmes, died at 7:55 a.m. Saturday at Memorial hospital. Born March 14, 1885 in Hillsdale, 111., she was the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Elgin. Her marriage was to John Holmes and he died in May, 1955, She was a member of the Ninth Street Christian church. Survivors include a grandson, Russell Shattuck, of San Jose, Calif, and three great-grandchildren. Funeral services will be held at 3 p.m. Monday at the Fisher funeral home with 'Rev. William H. Meeriemor officiating. Burial .will ae in Mt. Hope cemetery. . Friends may call at the funeral' home. •.. Robert Lee Wood, 62 r Former Cass Resident Succumbs In Kokbmo Robert Lee Wood, 62, a former resident of Washington township, Cass county, died at St. 'Joseph's hospital in Kokomo at 8:30 p.m. Friday. He had been making his home with a nephew, Jack Wood, of 1029 Gerhart Ave., Kokomo. He was a former employe of the Burkhart,.farms in Washington township..- ; Born March 22, 1900 in Rochester, he was the son of Mr. and Mrs. James A. Wood. He was a member of the Rochester Presbyterian church and the Eagles Lodge in Logansport. Survivors include two nieces, Mrs. Nova Bordner and, Mrs. Nbrma Kosmalski, both of South Bend; a nephew, Jack, Kokomo; and three step-brothers, Ray and Ralph Sheelz, both of Rochester and Elmer, of Akron. Funeral services will be held at 2 p.m. Monday at the Zimmerman Brothers funeral home ia Rochester with Hev. Leroy Garner, pastor of the Walkerton EUB ihurch, officiating. Burial will <je in the Rochester IOOF cemetery. Friends.may call at the funeral home after 1 p;m. today. New Books At Local Library New non-fiction books at the Logansport public , library: Rand McNally,, "Road Atlas"; Steele, '' Sea-dragon, •. JStorthwest under: the ice"; Holiday (periodical), "Shopping in Europe"; Holiday (periodical), "France"; Holiday (periodL cal), "Low Countries, Holland, Belgium and Luxembourg";. Holiday (periodical), "Mexico"; Hoi- ilay (periodical), "The Caribbean and the Bahamas"; Holiday (periodical),. "Britain, England, Scot- Land and Wales"; Rich, "The Natural World of Louise Dickinson Rich"; Montgomery',' "Once there was a Nun"; Kane, "South America A to Z"; Jones, "The Minnesota, Forgotten River"; Turen, "The Tuntsa"; Ross, "Grace Coolidge and Her Era"; Leckie, "The March to Glory"; iGramont, "The Secret War"; Baring-Gould, '"Sherlock Holmes, of Baker- Street"; Graham, "Audels. Truck : and Tractor Guide for Mechanics & Drivers"; Karneke, "Navy Diver"; Sports Illustrated, "The Spectacle of Sport;" J. D. Maclnfyre, 75, Retired Contractor, Dies In Rochester ROCHESTER-O. D. Maclntyre, 75, formerly of 1123 Main St., died at the Rochester Nursing Home at 4:02 p.m. Saturday following a lingering illness. He was a retired cement contractor. Born June.5, 1886 in Rochester, he was the son of Daniel' and Effie Richardson Maclntyre. His marriage on Nov. 19, 1940 was to •Ruth C. Caple and she preceded him in death. He was a member of First Church of Christ, Scientist. Survivors include a sister, Mrs. Kenneth Hosier, Indianapolis and several nephews. Private rites will be held 'at 5 p.m. today at the Zimmerman Brothers funeral home with Reader Homer Taylor, of Plymouth, officiating. Cremation will follow. B.V. OF F.E.O. The B.V. chapter of P.E.O will meet at 7:30 p.m. Thursday, May 24 with Mrs. Wilson Voorhees as hostess. This will be a regular meeting. Indiana Pioneers Set Annual Pilgrimage At Bunker Hill Base PERU-The Spring Pilgrimage of the Society of Indiana Pioneers will be held today starting at 8:3.0 a.m. at-the Bunker Hill Air Rorce Base. • i. • Former Governor and Mrs. Henry Sdiricker will be among the persons taking the tour, along with members of the Indiana His- iorical Society and Miami County Histrociial^Society, who have been .invited to accompany the group. Pointii of interest will include the- Erie ; Canal locks 'at Rich Valley, Samuel : McClure House, Treaty iSprings, Salamonie State Forest, the Mississinewa Dam site. ,; Stops: will be made at the Wa bash Cafeteria for a coffee break and lurich will be served at the Honeywell Memorial Center. The afternoon tour will include visits to Slocum Point, John Paul and Cornelius Bundy's cabin sites, France Slocum cemetery . and Deaf Man's Village. There will be an 'afternoon coffee break at Devine's Cafe- :eria. • ' • , At 4 p.m. Col. Vincent P. Crane will show a movie "Tall Man 55" which is the complete story, of the B-58. There will be a short tour of the base by bus. to see the Simulator building and the Aircraft Flight line. A buffet dinner will be served the lour guests at the Officers Clut at the .base, Mrs. George E. Meeker of Peru is now serving her fifth year as a governor of the Society of Pioneers. What Does "Lasting Monument"^ Mean? When a monument-is purchased, it is meant as'a testimonial of respect 1 to the memory of someone. This testimonial is not intended to last just a few years, or ten, or twenty years but for infinitely more yeairs. A lasting memorial, it is readily an-d correctly assumed, must have''qualify both in the material and in the craftsmanship of lettering and design. ROCK OF AGES h-as re-cognized these basic facts for years and has employed the best of both. That is why they are "Rock of Ages." No overly orante lettering, no "unique" processes of lettering or design, but the •best to be had in the art of selecting and; finishing the true "Lasting Monument." Manna at 6th Logansport Dial 13653 SEE OUR beautiful full page BUICK IISABRE advertisement on the back page offoday's- WSE Chevrolet Buick Second ancf Broadway Phone 4135 HIVE AND LET LIVE!) SAVE ON PRESCRIPTIONS .let us help you reduce the cost of sickness ACCURACY is Unconditionally Guaranteed TRY.US AND BE SURPRISED BUSJAHN'S DRUG STORE • 308 Fourth Street '' Card of Thanks WVvwish to thank the Young Americ.ji and Flora Fire Departments, bur friends and neighbors for their aid during our recent fire. —Mrs., Mary Alice Larimore ; ' and Family i Card of Thanks Our ijincere thanks and appreci ation to all the wonderful people that were so kind, gracious anc considerate during the .illness anc passing of our beloved mother. —The Finfrock Family Chronicle Printing Co. MI-IT rypFM^vr » Phone 4362 "Your Private Secretary" Florence Doggy Offset Printing - Typing Mimeographing - Photo Copy 129 Fourth St • Phone 3381 Dr. Leo Cahalun - Dr, Joe Cbsson CAHALAN ANIMAL HOSPITAL RFD 4, logansport-% Milo North on SR 25 Ph. 2751 Boarding Kennel Clipping—^Bathing Boarding GLADYS 0. MONEY 3516 Hy. 24 E. Ph. 3M9 FiOR OVER 25 YEARS! -moss REID Roofs'em Right" 'Ph. 3388 Estimates Free GERMIIUMS Petunias and all kind of bedding planfn, vegetable and Flower plants bait varieties, pot fed tomatoes, delphinium, painted , and shasta daisies, sweet william, baby brecth, bleeding hearts, cli- matis and other perennials. MARKERT'S GR1ENHOLSE 1529 Pleasant Hill No Delivery YOUR OPPORTUNITY FOR LIFE UNLIMITED Crusade for Christ AT THE GRACE B'IB'LE CHURCH 511-12th St. Logansport, Ind. May 22-27,1962 —7:30 p.m. EVERY NIGHT NURSERY OPEN Evangelist, CHARLES E. GRAY of Dennison, Ohio - 3ible centered • PRACTICAL UP-TO-DATE MESSAGES . HEAR - Mrs. Gray play the beautiful Vibra Harp and musical bells. EVERYONE WELCOME - PASTOR - PAU L GRANT Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, May 21-22 23 STARK & WETZEL JOLLY FARMER IB. PKC. NBTEA Instant Tea CALIFORNIA SUNKIST , : Lemons.. Rose Bushes POL PKG. C'F WELCH'S Grape or Punch Drink QT. CAN WE ACCEPT '•fa Payment of Utility Bilk. •jf Payment of telephone bills. •fa Payment of gas bills. WE ISSUE •fa Money Orders •'"fa Sell Stamps if Cash Pay Checks WE RESERVE THE RIGHT TO LIMIT QUANTISES FdODS! LOGANSPORT 18th and ERIE

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