Tuesday Evening, May 22, 1962 National Realtor Week May 20 to 26 THE CHOICE AND WE HAVE THE SELECTION... TRI-LEVEL-Inviting and delightful 3 bedroom on spacious suburban , corner lot. Deluxe ' kitchen, fireplace, breakfast bar, 2 full baths, garage, other extras. Very fairly priced, too. DALE W. McNUTT, Realtor 417 North St. J?h. 2928 1203 Smead.St. — 6 room modern, hardwood floors, closets, builtins, full basement, gas furnace, carport. $7000. H. ERVIN HARNER, Realtor 538 Bates St. Ph. 4716 MOVE IN NOW! This, comfortable older home on quiet street in East end offers family living at it's best. 3 bedrooms, IVa baths, full basement and garage, enclosed rear porch. ALMA HELL, Realtor 520 North St. ' Ph. 2730 19TH ST. — Built in 1951, 4 room modern, gas heat, large lot. Will trade for large home, JUST $7500. A real buy. BOB 'AYERS, Realtor 16 W. Linden Ave. Ph. 4326 We welcome the opportunity to serve your needs during National Realtors Week. CASS CO. ABSTRACT & LOAN CO Clara Theo Tousloy, Owner 202 4th St. Hillis Bldg. OPPORTUNITY KNOCKS! This magnificent brick investment property just opposite" the Court House on North st. features 5 lovely furnished apartments. Outstanding heating system. ALMA HILL, Realtor 520 North St. Ph. 2730 CENTER ST.—Modern 5 rooms, 2 large lots, garage. ONLY $7500. $1000 down, $65 per month. BOB AYERS, Realtor 16 W. Linden Ave. Ph. 4326 E. BROADWAY-Ideally located in beautiful area on double lot, 1% story all modern. Fourth bedroom or den. Incinerator, dishwasher, new gas furnace, new roof. Among good neighbors. DALE W. McNUTT, Realtor 417 North St. Ph. 2928 900 20TH ST. 2 .bedroom modern home, large rooms, new GE gas furnace, aluminum awning, garage, corner lot. $5900. H. ERVIN HARNER, Realtor ' 538 Bates St. Ph. 4716 W. BROADWAY—Newly remodeled 1. rooms, 2 baths, gas heater, lovely kitchen, large lot, garage with toilet. • " BOB AYERS, Realtor 16 W. Linden Ave. .. Ph. 4326 DOUBLE — 2 five room apartments, located near Brqadway on 13th st. Hardwood floors, new gas hot water heating system. A-l condition. Contract and easy terras.' . DALE W. McNUTT,-Realtor 417 North St. Ph. 2928 For prompt, efficient Abstract service, consult with us. HIRSCHAUER ABSTRACT CO. 324 N. HILLCREST-3' bedrooms, utility room 4 years old. Beautiful built-in kitchen. Hardwood floors. Strecker-Brown Agency CLYDE ALDER, Realtor 223'/4 4th St. . Ph. 4303 217 4th St. Phone 3033 4 ROOM MODERN. 2 car garage. It's located on Sherman St. and is a bargain at $8750.- TED PERSONETTE, Realtor S. C1COTT ST. — 7 room modern, newly decorated, full lot, garage.. ONLY $500 down. BOB AYERS, Realtor 16 W. Linden Ave. Ph. 4326 DAVIS RD—Attractive 3 bedroom rancher on spacious corner lot, 24x24 panelled family room, breezeway and double garage, nice and less than $20,000. DALE W. McNUTT, Realtor 417 North St. . Ph. 2928 409 High St. Ph. 6191 AN OUTRIGHT STEAL — 3 bedroom, full basement, air conditioned, garage,- on two well landscaped lots. Colfax St. $9950. JIM BLACK, Realtor 3221 "U.S. 24 E. Ph. 2048 W. MELBOURNE, 6 room modern, 2 lots, 2 car garage, $300 down. Low payments. A real good buy. BOB AYERS, Realtor 16 W. Linden Ave._. ph -... 43 ?i *9TH ST. PRICE REDUCED, Exa nice modern 8 rooms, hardwood floors, automatic heater, garage, ONLY $1000 DOWN. BOB AYERS, Realtor 16 W. Linden Ave. Ph. 4326 Our close association with the Logansport Board of Realtors has been a pleasure. We fully support their codes of practice. FIRST FEDERAL SAVINGS &LOAN 3M_Fourth St. Ph. 5171 ETISROADWAY —'Large 3 bedroom brick, 2 story prestige location. Den, carpeting, third floor game room or domitory use. Central air conditioning, gas hot water heat. Excellent value. DALE W. McNUTT, Realtor 417 North St. Ph. 2928 We believe our homes are well worth seeing. For appointment, Call 6191. 409 High St. JOE HERD, INC. Ted Persoriette, .Realtor OUR BEST BUY — 4 bedroom 2 story colonial, full basement, 2 car garage, located' on Pennsylvania Ave., where values will increase. JIM BLACK, Realtor 3221 U.S. 24 E. ' Ph. 2648 4 BEDROOM modern house, close to high school. 24 ACRES vacant land, located north. DOUGLAS MARTIN, Realtor . .Phone 4567 or 2275 STANDING ON A CORNER. . . looking perfectly charming! A truly quality home constructed with the best materials. 2 full baths, 2 or 3 bedrooms, lovely landscaped lot. East End. ALMA HILL, Realtor 520 North St. Ph. 2730 NO DOWN PAYMENT TO VETERAN — modern 5 rooms, carpeted living and dining, nice kitchen, baths, utility, 3 bedrooms. W. Miami Ave. BOB AYERS, Realtor 16 W. Linden Ave. ' Ph. 4326 WALTON—Good 3 bedroom well located, 1% story home. Clean throughout. Only $500 down to qualified purchaser. Buy now and move right in. DALE W. McNUTT, Realtor 417 North St. , Ph. 2.928 CITIZENS OF CASS CO. are for tunate in having Realtors who exemplify the high standards associated with the title, "Realtor," MARKLEY ABSTRACT CO. 208 Fourth St. Ph._3214 CONGRATULATIONS to the Logansport Board of Realtors, in 1 ' -•••-- National Realtor's WHEATLAND AVE. — Duplex, 5 rooms, bath down, 4 rooms and bath up. Oil furnace, 2 car garage. $1500 down. / BOB AYERS, Realtor- / , 16 W. Linden Ave. Ph. 4326 4 BEDROOMS — living, dining, kitchen, utility room, garage in basement. East Broadway. $12,750 TED PERSONETTE, Realtor 40B High St. ' Ph. 6191 TWO BEDROOM BARGAIN - 2 story older home, well maintained, on large corner lot east on George celebrating Week. St. $6950 total price. $50 per FIRST FEDERAL SAVINGS mon th. & LOAN JIM BLACK, Realtor 314 Fourth St. __Ph. 5171 322 i US. 24 E. Ph. 2648 LOGANSPORT apartment house, high return on investment, top location, must sell to divide estate. HINEHART AUCTION & REAL ESTATE Flora Ph. 967-3911 or 3951 GRASS CREEK — Semi-modern, 7 rooms and bath on one acre. Can be bought on contract.- Strecker-Brown Agency CLYDE ALDER, Realtor 223J/2 4th St. . Phone 4303 5 ACRES, modern 5 room cottage, new barn, hog tight fences. Only $1500 down. BOB AYRES, Realtor. 16 W. Linden Ave. Ph. 4326 After you've chosen your home from these listings,, consult "with us for convenient Mortgage Loans. FIRST FEDERAL SAVINGS & LOAN 314 Fourth St. Ph. 5171 YOUR IOCAI BOARD OF REALTORS Celebrate This Week By Offering The Properties In This Ad. Take Advantage of Their'Experience. Integrity and Selections fb'Make Your Home Buy One That Gives Your Family The Very. Best In living 'Comfort. SPEAR ST. A popular Cape Cod home, 2 bedrooms down, large dormitory 'room with built-ins up, hardwood floors; basement, gas heat. Daniel Webster School. ALMA HILL, Realtor 520 North St. 'Ph. 2730 HIGH ST. RD—Fine brick family ize home on, beautiful corner lots oyer, library, dining room, 2>4 laths, 4/bedrooms,, garage. Truly . home designed for the discrim- nating tjuyer. DALE! W. McNUTT, Realtor' 17 NortiuSt. .Ph. 2928 E. MARKET—Four .bedroom offered by.out-of-state owner. Needs clean up 'attention. Coal, stoker, garage, good roof, combination, storms, price and terms are very interesting. , DALE W. McNUTT, Realtor 417 North St. Ph.,2928 MEMBERS Of m LOGANSPORT BOARD OF REALTORS Clyde Alder 223V4 4th St. Bob Ayers 16 W. linden Harold W. Bodinson 318 4th St. James A. Black 3321 UJS.24 IE. Ira Cree 224iN. 3rd St. . H. Ervin Harner 538 (Bates St. Alma Hill 520lNorthSt. Douglas Martin 202 4th St. Dale W. McNutt 417 North St. 'Frank Morris 125 4th 'St. Ted Morris 125 4th St. . James T. Personette 409 Migh St. Ralph Rinehart Flora, [Indiana Fred Smith 511 Tanguy Sf_. Paul M. Sperry Walton, Indiana 1531 DOUGLASS ST. — 2 bedroom modern, closets and built-ins, ceil ing air. conditioning,, gas furnace, aluminum awnings, corner lot, $7500. H. ERVIN HARNER, Realtor 538 Bates St. - Ph. 4716 W. WABASH — 3 bedroom cottage, 2 large lots. $500 down. Only $5500. BOB AYERS, Realtor 16 W. Linden Ave. Ph. 4326 EMMETT. DRIVE — Cozy 3' bed room home, 1 3 years old. Gas heat attached garage, large 85 x 125 lot. Daniel Webster School district This is a nice, well carred for dome. ALMA HILL, Realtor 520 North St. Ph. 273' SILVER ST. — Modern 2 bedroom cottage, automatic heat, .largi larndscaped yard, garage. NO DOWN PAYMENT TO GI. BOB AYERS, Realtor 16 W. Linden Ave. ' Ph. 4321 It has been pur privilege to to associated with the Loganspor Board of Realtors. We salute them during their week. FIRST FEDERAL SAVINGS &LOAN 314 Fourth St. Ph. 5171 SUMMIt OR! — an outstanding /alue fpr family living,' large odms, built-in.kitchen; basement, *as heater, la'rge lot, garage. . ' BOB AYERS, Realtor . 16 W. Linden Ave. Ph. 4326 THIS'ISi NATIONAL REALTORS WEEK! WE'RE PROUD OF OUR REALTORS! CASS CO. ABSTRACT & LOAN CO Clara Tlico Tousley, Owner 202 4th: St. Hillis Bldg. We exletnd our congratulations to the Logansport Board of Readers Week. • HIHSCHAUER ABSTRACT CO. . 217 4th St: ' Ph. 3033 N. 3RD ST. — Modern 4 rooms and bath, oil. heater. Make us an OFFEB; on this one. BOB AYERS, Realtor 16 W. Linden Ave. Ph. 4326' NORTH- ST.-Extra clean, older but nicer 6 rooms, all modern on corner'lot. Gas heat, carpeting, reasonable, too. Odeal for LHS, bus and shopping. DALE W. McNUTT, Realtor 417 North St. Ph. 2928 WEST MIAMI AVE. — extra nice 3 bedroom large living, fireplace, !'/£ baths, hardwood floors, gas heater, attached garage, corner lot. $11100 down. I!OB AYERS, Realtor 16 W. Linden Ave. Ph. 4326 STADIUM DRIVE -< Three' bedroom U. S. Steel rancher, well located on corner lot, Hardwood floors, built-in kitchen, carport, out-of-city owner^says "sell." Save ¥1500. • DALE W. McNUTT, Realtor 417 North St. Ph. 2928 CHECK our many summer offerings. Varied locations, sizes and prices. Several can be purchased on contracts. To buy—to sell- Please Tell— DALE W. McNUTT, Realtor 417 North St. ' Ph. 2928 GEORGE ST. — Nearly new 5 rooms, hardwood floors, built-in kitchen, oil furnace, lYz car garage. BOB AYERS, Realtpr 16 W. Linden Ave. Ph. .4326 WHEATLAND AVE. — Duplex, extra nice, 5 room and bath down, 3 rooms and bath up. Gas and oil furnaces, 2 car garage. Only $7500. BOB AYERS, Realtor 16 W. Linden Ave. Ph. 4326 We join with sincere congralula tions to our Logansport Board of Realtors, during National Heal tors Week. FULTON ST.—Two bedroom cute compact and cozy, Carpeting, fireplace, incinerator, washer, dryer, air conditioner, full basement, gas heat and garage. DALE W. McNUTT, Realtor 417 North St. Ph. 2928 GREENLAWN ADDITION - Remarkably well built three bedroom home with 2 baths, wife-approved kitchen with lots of cupboards, full deep basement. 100 x 200 ft. lot. ALMA HILL, Realtor 520 North St. Ph. 2730 GI APPROVED, 3 apartment, house, good income property. NO DOWN PAYMENT! BOB AYERS, Realtor 16 W. Linden Ave. Ph. 4326 3 BEEIROOMS — modern home located on Washington St. Priced for quick sale at $5250. TED PERSONETTE, Realtor 409 High. .St. Ph. 6191 LUXURIOUS BUT PRICED RIGHT — 4 bedroom 2,story colonial,, 2,car garage, fireplace and all the extras, 'on large wooded .lot North. FARMERS & MERCHANTS BANK -HM BLACK, Realtor 421J5. Broadway. Phone 6171 3221 U.S. 24 E. Ph,. 2648 3 BEDROOMS, kitchen, dinette, living room, family room, 2 car garage, out-of-city on May Fair Drive. $21,000. TED PERSONETTE, Realtor 409 High. St. v ' Phone 6191 IN WALTON-3 bedroom modern on corner lot, near school. $7000. On contract. -$600. SPERRY &'BUTZ AGENCY . Ph. 2035 or 4555 Walton RELY ON A REALTOR — Their, code of ethics and experience provide every .home buyer with reliable offerings in all types of real estate. Follow their daily listings in the Pharos-Tribune, & PRESS. ASSOCIATE MEMBERS Cass Co. Abstract Co. Farmers & Mediants iBank iFirst iFederal 'Savings & loan lAss'ri. (Hirsohauer Abstract'Co. Markley Abstract Co. A. Glenn Miller 'National iBank of Logansport • f | Security . Starts With Hbme- , REALTOR WEEK INCOME PRODUCING DOUBLE — Well located at 1723 Npjth St. Priced right - owner 'will take contract. JIM BLACK, Realtor 3221 U.S. 24 E.~ Ph. 2648 See us for'your , MORTGAGE LOANS NATIONAL BANK of Logansport , 321 E. Broadway'. Ph. 4137 - BE1DROOM RANCH. Close in, iVashington Twp. Hardwood ! lors, closets and cabinets. New Frigidaire range; % acre lot. Possession in 60 days. FRED SMITH, Realtor 511 tanguy St. ' Ph. 2804 8 ROJ3MS and bath, West Market St., Filling Station, on Burlington Ave. DOUGLAS MARTIN, Rp.allor ' Phone 4567 or 2275 ' 84 ACRES'— Close'in on State highway. New 3 bedroom modern s'B. New Quonset barn. Possession :; in 60 days. FRED SMITH, Realtor 511 T.anguy. St. Ph. 2804 Always See the MARKLEY ABSTRACT COMPANY ' - Established 1879 Abstracts and Title Insurance,' 208 Fourth St. Ph. 3214 AMPLE FUNDS AVAILABLE for Mortgage Loans'for purchase, construction or remodeling of homes. FIRST FEDERAL SAVINGS &LOAN 314 Fourth St. • Ph: 5171 9 ROOM'MODERN on Race St 3 bedrooms up, 2 down, full base ment, oil furnace, buillin cupboards.'6 day possession. $5500. FRED SMITH, Realtor -511 Tanguy St. 'Ph. 2804 Deaths and Funerals City, Cass County , LINDESMITH, GLEN, 55, 9S9 Wh'eatland Ave. Friends may call after 7 p.m. Tuesday at the Kroeger funeral home. Final ritois arc pending. • v HOME OWNERSHIP IS the.surect investment you can make.'We are happy to make available to you our ^advice and mortgage home plans. .'...' FIRST FEDERAL SAVINGS ": '-\ ' &LOAN 314 Fourth St. ,. ,Ph. 5171 District- BARTS, PAUL' 0.,, 47, of \ N. Harrison St., Frankfort. Funeral services at 2 p.m. Wednesday, Rochester EUB church. Burial in Rochester IOOF cemetery. Call at the funeral home until noon Wednesday and at ,the church one hour prior to rites. Logansport, Indiana, Pharos-Tribune Eleven COMMUNITY BRIEFS Around Town 20- ACRES ..Beautiful building site located 1 mile, north of Burlington on ( ;road 29. - 11INEHART REAL ESTATE : Flora Ph; 967-3911 or 3951 ' REALTOR and the Seal are registered in the U. S. F'alent OKice and may be used only by (numbers of the National Association of Real Estate Boards. SPRINGES' HOME BUYING TIME! Read these listings offered by .your Local Realtors and consult them • for your home buying needs. Follow their listings daily in the PHAROS-TRIBUNE & PRESS. . IRELAN, MRS. VICTORIA, Si2, of Idaville. Funeral, services at 10:30 a.m. Wednesday, Miller iu- neral home, Mpnticello. Burial in Idaville cemetery. Call at the I'u- neral home. SELLING real estate at public auction receives top price ,& a quick sale. We specialize in farms. RINEHART AUCTION & REAL ESTATE Flora Ph. 967-39:UJor 3951 KRAUD, LAWRENCE H., 57, of 414 W. Jefferson St., Monlicelio. Funeral services at 2 p.m. Wcid- nesday, Miller funeral home, Mcm- ticello. Burial in Riverview cemetery. Call at the, funeral home. LONG, MRS. EUNICE; eo; y,35 W. Second St., Peru. Funeral services at 10:30 a.m.. Wednesday, Eikenberry funeral home, Peru. Burial in Melzger cemetery. Call A the funeral home. 340; RIVERVIEW — New 2 bed- roojjn modern. Ceiling fan, alumi- nuni roll awnings; bath; oil fmv nace, corner lot. Garage. $10,900 H. ERVIN HARNER. Realtor 538 Bates St. Ph. 4716 STILLER, MRS. SHIRLEY, 42, of Monon, Final riles at 2 p,m. Thursday at the Stewart funeral home, Monon, Rev. Paul Shepard officiating. Burial in,Chapel com- etery. Friends may call at the funeral home 'after 2 p.m. nesday. wed- Markets Births MEMORIAL — Born to-.Mr. and Mrs. Richard Cochran, Royal Outer, a daughter. . • •-•-• Hospital Notes ST. JOSEPH - Admitted: Baby Luanne Fry, rural route 1, Camden; Master Frank Zeider, rural route 1, Royal Center; Mrs. Mildred Brosier, 1826 Spear St.; Mrs. Lois Moss, rural route 2, Kewanna; Miss Alice Canode, 120 North Cicolt St.; Master Randy Dillon, rural route 3; Alvie Dixon, rural route 6, Connersville; Marcus Tyler, 515 Seventeenth St.; Clarence vTall, 114 East Roselawn Dr.; Isaac Beckley, Star City; Mrs. Mary Brindle, 1414 High St.; Mrs. Frances McLochlin, 931 Twentieth St. Dismissed: Mrs. Ethel New. port, rural route 5;. Baby'Pamela Ingle, rural .route 3;> Mrs. Irene Trapp, rural route 4, Winamac, Mrs. Robert Anders and son, 2224>/2 North St, MEMORIAL - Admitted: Mrs. Doris Ronk, Galveston; Mrs. Jessie Persinger, 124 Fourteenth St.; William Harkin, .rural route 2; Mrs. Catherine Long, rural route 1, Burnettsville; Master Everett Shafer, Camden; James Jacobsen, 1506 East Broadway; Miss Nancy Bitter, Royal Center; Edward Smith, rural route 1, .Lucerne; Harold Costello, rural route 2, Kewanna; Stephen Hensel, Walton. Dismissed: Mrs. Ruth Cree, rural route 2, Walton; Owen Fitch, 201 Tacoma Ave.; Mrs. Salty Hizer, 1123 East Market St.; 'Donald Lutes, 1114 North St.; Miss Cora Moore, 210 West Ottawa St.; Mrs. Retha Viney, rural route 2; Mrs. Havridnu 200 to -220 1.5.75 220 to 240 15.40 240 to 280 ....;.. 15.00 200 to 280 11.60 280 to 300 11.25 Sows 14.flO down Boars 9.00 down Burnettsvillo Poulfay Leghorns .07 Heavey Hens .'. .17 George Malott and son, Winamac; Master Roger Pike, rural route 1, Francesville. MONTICELLO Births: Saturday —A son was born to Mr. and Mrs. Donald E. Griffin, route 1. Monoh. Monday —A daughter was born to Mr. and Mrs, William Lanham, 610 North Second Street; 'A son was Circuit Court John Paul Crispen, who appealed his city court conviction on la charge of operating a motor v£hide while under the influence of intoxicating liquor, was found guilty again by Judge Norimin Kiesiing in the Cass circuit court Tuesday following a trial. Judge Kiesiing fined Crispen $25 and costs and recommended the suspension of his right to drive for one year, the same penalty that had been assessed in city court. Stale Trooper Glen Hosier was the arresting officer. Deputy Prosecutor Georges Wildman represented the state and Atty. Lynn O'Neill represented the defendant. Mrs. Helen Brew asked 'permission to withdraw her plea of guilty to an assault and battery charge growing out of the shooting of her late husband, and the case was reset for May 31 at 1:30 p.m. Violet McClure dismissed her complaint against Frederick Hanna, executor of the estate of Lewis Bybee. In the suit of Clay Studcbaker vs. Alherlon Investment Co. Iff foreclose a • mechanic's lien, the court overruled the plaintiff's motion for a new trial. Building Permits Glen Stoops, cement work at 1012 Nineteenth St., $100; A. F. Keith, residential repairs at 1401 Lobelia St., $250; William Harrison, garage on rural route -1, $1,5(10; Lester Mcllrath, breezeway at 930 Davis St., $1,500; Ernest Carroll, siding at 728 Helm St., $880; and Mrs. John Smith, garage repairs at 1325 Spear St., $1,325. Marriage Licenses Richard Landis, 31, of 1326 Michigan Ave., and Lorna Marie Swank, 38, of rural route 6, city. Billy Lee Turnpaugh, 23, of Onward, and Patricia Carol Gillam, Third Street Market Lambs ............r 18 Beef Hides , .05 Veal Hides , .13 Producers Marketing Assn. 190 to 215,.,No.'1 .......... :16.50 190 to 220, No. 2, No. 3 .... 16.00 Sows 14.00 down Boars 10.00 down Wayne's Produce Heavy Hens .'. 10 to .13 Leghorns 07 Kliimpp Produce (Deei Creek) Heavy Hens 10 to .13 Leghorns • ..07 Eggs ..'. .20 Popejoy's Poultry Farm savy Hens 15 INDIANAPOLIS (UPI) —'Livelock: , Hogs 5,500; barrows and gilts mostly steady, instances 25 higher n 225-240 Ib; uniform 190-225 Ib 6.50-16.75; 25 head 17.00; bulk 90-250 Ib .15.50-lfl.SO; 240-270 11} 5.25-15.75; several lots 1«.00:; 270#.0 ft 14.50-15.25; a few 15.50; 15070 Ib 14.50-16.00; sows steady to 5 lower; 300-400 Ib 13.50-14.5(1; few 4.65; 400-600 Ib 13.00-13.75; 'few .3.85f 550-650 Ib 12.75. Cattle 1,825; calves 100; steers and heifers about steady, with julk still unsold; choice steers 25.35; good 23.50-24.00; standard and good heifers 20.00-22.75;, good mixed steers and heifers 23.50; cows about steady; utility and commercial 15.50-17.00,, a few .7.50; catmers and cutlers 14.0014.50; bulls strong; utility and commercial 18,00-21.00; vealers unevenly steady to 1.00 lower; clroice 32,00-33.00; good and choice 27.00-31.00; standard, and low good 23.00-27.00v ' • Sheep 175; spring lambs steady 50 higher; choice and prime 20.00-22.00; few good 19.00.. : born to Mr. and Mrs. Norman Haring, Kouts, Indiana. Dismissals: Friday—Miss Ella Vanderkleed, rural route 1, Wolcott. Saturday—Mrs. Edward E. Crim, rural route 1; Miss Tammy Joseph, rural route 1, North Judson; Mrs. Clara Spinn, Reynolds. Sunday-Mrs. Arnold Hall, 205 St. Mary's Avenue; Miss LaNette Kallal, rural route 5; Master Larry Timm, rural route 1, Monon; Mrs. Elwood Willis and daughter, Fran, cesville; Mrs. Alfred Wood and son, rural roule 4, Delphi. Monday—Mrs.. Robert Minier and son, 410 West Washington Street. ROCHESTER* Admissions to Woodlawn hospi- (al: Karen Grover, Akron. Dismissals: Mrs. Charles Sopher and son, R.R. 3, Rochester; Leonard Brockey, - 1230 Jefferson street; Mrs. Dayton Manns, Silver Lake; Mrs. Paul Holland and son, Denver; Mrs. Colus Hulchinson and daughter, Macy. Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Shriver, Mentone, are the parents of a daughter. • Mr. and Mrs. William Walters, R.R. 3, Rochester, are the parents of a son. Mr. and Mrs; Glen Smith, Macy, are the parents of a son. 17, of Walton. • -<>-• Pvt. Larry Widner, son of Mr. and. Mrs. Jack Widner, of 414 W. Unden Ave., wa;S graduated from [he Military Police school at Fort Gordon, Ga., Saturday and left for Trois Fontaine, France, where he will be stationed with the United States army. He was a 1959 graduate of !!/)gansport High school and joined the army Jan. 2, 1062. • -*-• The front panel on a soft drink machine at a service station at Twenty-sixth and Market Streets wits pried open Monday night but no money \vas taken, according to city police. Officers went to the station after they had received a report Ihe machine had been opened. • -•-• A Glenn Miller, candidate for county assessor 1 , filed 'his report with the county clerk Tuesday, showing he hatl no expenses in the primary election. CHICAGO (UPI)—Produce: Live poultry roasters 21 •. 22Va, mostly 22; special fed White Rock ?ryers 18H-19; heavy hens 18'/420: Butter steady; 93 score 5!l'/4; 92 57'/i; 90 score 54%; 89 :core core Eggs .about steady; white; large extras .:27'/i; mixed large .extras mediums 22; standards 26. Side Dress Bunker Hill Hospital Notes Admitted: M.Sgt. • Fred Moore, Airman 1C Joseph Hamilton, Mrs. Arlene Calder and Mrs, Bertie Hedum. . , Dismissed: Airman 20 Jerry Baker, Airman 1C Larry Reeves, Mrs. Bonnie Brawley, Mrs. Delores Wilson, Mrs-. Ruth Card and spn, Michael, Mrs. Gertrude Avinger and son, Joseph, and Eileen Mills. • Births: A daughter to Airman 1C and Mrs. Robert. Spears and a daughter to Ca'pt. and Mrs. NITRAMIA LIQUID NITROGEN CROP-MAKEF SOIL SERVIC Call Walton 3715 Col lecf CHICAGO, (UPI)-Livestock: Hogs 6,500; steady to 25 lower; mostly No 1-2 190 - 220" Ib 18.5017.00; mixed No 1-3 180-230 Ib 15.75-10.50; bulk 16.00-16.50; 230260 Ib 15.25-15.75; No 2-3 250-280 Ib 14.75-15.25; 270-300' Ib 14.25 14.75. CalUe 2,500, calves 25; slaugh ter steers and heifers steady to 25 lower with demand for choice and prime steers over 1150 Ib narrow; load prime 1250 Ib steers 28.50; two loads mixed choice and prime . 1175-1250 Ib S.OO; choice 950-1250 Ib 24,75 - 26.25; mixed good and choice 24.25-24.75 good 22.25-24.00; load mostly prime 1000 Ib heifers 26.00; load mixed choice and prime 990 Ib Burglars Enter Three Gass Places An undetermined amount . of cash was taken by burglars who entered three Cass county businesses Monday night. The Eikelberner Tractor Sales, rural route 3, city, was entered sometime between 9:30 p.m. Monday and 7:30 a.m. Tuesday after a fence post, leaning against the outside of the building, was used to ram a hole in a door. A SMALL AMOUNT or cash was taken from the cash register and keys found there were used ,to open a soft drink machine. The cash drawer of the machine was not opened. Approximately $17.50 was taken from the Farm Bureau CoopeYa- live Implement Co., on East Main Street. One S5 bill, one roll-i of nickles and 30 pennies were taken from the-cash register. Ten dollars in nickl«s and dimes was taken from a soft drink machine. ENTRY WAS gained by breaking a window on the east side-' of the building. An undetermined amount of money was tuken from the Heyde .Service Station in Walton during the night. According to officers the front door was' pried open and a small amount of silver was taken from tlie cash register. Investigating officers were 25.50; choice 1008 Ib 25.25; good]Sheriff Leavi.lt, Deputy Sheriff 21.75-23.00; good and choice veal- Robert Sabatini, and State Troop. ers 26.00-30.00. er Glen Hosier, Sale Calendar May 26—Berkshire's Keith Berkshire May 26—Anna Claybaugh Monesmith, Auct. May 26—Orde Bell Estate Kineharts, Aucts. May 26—Mae E. Wikel Estate Roy Grume May 26—Berkshire's . — Keith Berkshire June 2—Olystie Weiss Est Roy Crume June 9—Minnie A. Maxwell '. Kineharts Aucts.
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