Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on May 23, 1962 · Page 12
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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 12

Logansport, Indiana
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Wednesday, May 23, 1962
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Twelve Logansport, Indiana Pharos-Tribune Wednesday Evening, May 23,1962. True Life Adventures ME 01= A HUMTEt? HEKP OF ZEBRAS •FAJ-i-6 TO THE Husrreree. „ ,„„ THE T=J_EE)SlS Hera? PAUSES AT A •S-SK to«S s WSTAUCE AMI? TURNS TO WAT<iH . THEV KNOWING THAT FOR A Vs!HlU=,THE 2JONS ACRE' NO i.ON<3HK A MgNACE. BJaWbttUd by Kins Features Syndicate, Peru Girl Wins Ford Scholarship PERU-Miss Rachel Keith, 110 West Sixth St., is among 40 outstanding sophomores' at Indiana University who have been awarded scholarships under the Ford Foundation's Three-Year • Master's Program. The scholarships are worth 'up io $2,700 each over a three-year period. The program is designed to en- courage superior under-graduates to prepare for careers in college leaching. Miss Keith, a government major, is (he daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Russell Keith. Last March Miss Keith was notified of her acceptance into the Junior Year Abroad program of Ewith College, Northampton, Mass. She will study in Geneva for eight months. DELPHI—Starting this week- nd YMCA Junior leaders, teen- ge boys and girls from through- ut Indiana will, be 'at Camp Te- umseh west of Delphi. They will ake training as leaders for the ummer season at the camp. The Gary Indian Guides will be t the camp following the leader raining sessions. Director' Fieldhouse states that iis staff for the summer consists if Abel Alvarez, a Delphi high chool instructor, as assistant di- ector; Tom Breitwiser, aquatic irector; Dr. T. Weal Petry, of Delphi, Camp physician; and Mrs. Yaverne Howard ol! Crown Point s camp nurse. P. A. Purcell is maintenance engineer; and cooks ire Mrs. Ruth Fry and Mrs. Sthel Schactal, of Greencastle; nd Mrs. .Ruth Scanners of Jeterson township. Mrs. Breitwiser vill have .charge of handicraft nd others will have charge of lature lore, archery and .serve .3 tent leaders. The first regular Boys Camp vill start on July 1st. The girls amping. periods will be the last wo weeks in August. Bill Baker and the Catalina Executor's Sale At public auction, personal property of the late Ord E. Bell, located 2 miles south, 3 miles west of Burlington, on SATURDAY, MAY 26, 1962 ". 1925 Star 4-cloor automobile, 1937 Allis-Chalmers tractor, grain elevator and motor, old rubber-tired wagon,' high wheel wagon with good grain bed, 2-wheel trailer, Wood Bros, combine;. lot of good lumber, native and some good poplar boards, drill press, chains, ladders and miscellaneous screw jacks, electric lawn mower, rope; end gate seeder and cart, spring seat; iron kettles, anvil, vise and forge, wheel barrow; sugar water buckets and spikes and vat; hand tools, saws and garden tools. Many old things in barn and out-buildings, including lots of junk. One or two portable buildings. TERMS: Cash. Not responsible in case of accident. MAURICE THOMAS, Exr. Obear & Overholser, Attorneys for Estate Rinehart Auction & Real Estate Co. ,' Flora; Phone 967-3911 or 967-3951 Eikenbcrrys, Clerks PUBLIC AUCTION The undersigned executor of the estate of the late Mae E. Wikel •will sell the following personal property in the old Armory Building located 615 North Washington Street, Kokomo, on SATURDAY, MAY 26, 1962 Sale to Begin at 1:00 P.M. Several pieces of antique furniture consisting of 2 large hal trees with mirrors; oval glass door china closet; hand carved buffet" 1 large tiger bust; corner whatnot stand; smalt whatnot shelves; i straight chairs with needlepoint bottoms; marble top stand; marble lop dresser; 4 poster bed; chest of drawers; 4 poster twin beds springs and mattresses; several oriental rugs of all sizes; lot o. antique picture frames of,all sizes; gateleg table; wooden mode ship; clock; wicker chair; old phonograph with motor; Birdseye maple chest; library table; cane bottom chairs; round table; wash stands; trunks; lot of lamps; candelabra; lot of dishes, cut glass and numerous other antique items not listed; 21" RCA TV; chairs and other miscellaneous items. AUCTIONEERS NOTE—This is only a partial list. Sale will b held inside in large room. Items may be seen from 9:00 A.M. Satur day morning, May 26lh, until sale time. Parking % block cast o Washington Street on Monroe Street at Municipal Lot. Terms Cash Not Responsible in Case of Accidents First Notional Bonk, Executor of Mae E. Wikel Estate Fell, O'Mahoney, Pierce & Fell, Attorneys for Estate Roy L. Crume, Auctioneer Kokomo Phone GL 2-8476 Delphi Camp Plans Annual Summer Events " * _..'_ . .... ... , , , a ' 1 • • I • i I. 1_ _.___*•» IT I dance band of Indianapolis were the featured entertainers at the after prom party given by parents of the juniors' and seniors after the prom Saturday .night. The event was held at the Delphi . armorv following the prom in the North, ball room in the Union Building at Purdue university.. Dick Widner and. Marlene Rischel won the twist contest at the after, prom party. Mr. and Mrs. Mark Porter were in charge of presenting gifts. During the party which lasted from midnight to 6 a.m. ham salad, potato chips and sandwiches were served and the gala event ended with a breakfast of hot rolls and hot chocolate. Morris Buck and Richard Laughlin assisted the parents in chaperoning the group'of some 200 including, the committees. Others on the gift committee were Mrs. Berninger, and Mrs. John Roth. Gifts included cuff links for the boys and party bags and blouses for the girls. On the entertainment committee were Mr. and Mrs. Joe Coomey, Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Liebert, 'and Mrs. Carl .May. In charge of food PUBLIC AUCTION SATURDAY, MAY 26 ,- 12:30 p.m. '.n town of Fulton, Ind., 1 block west of fire station, % block south. 8" electric table saw, 20" electric chain saw, 6 ] /2 power hand law, hand saws, electric drill, jig saw, electric gander, levels, quares, hammers, planes, tin snips, honing machine, ladders, anvil, og chains,,chisels Jill sizes and kinds, masonry tools,,pipe wrenches, crescent wrfenches, jacks, rubber tired wheel barrow, tool boxes and crescent wrenches, jacks, rubber tired wheel barrow, tool boxes and 6" high, fishing rbds, lackle box, garden tools, electric ice 'cream reezerjike new, boat motor 3-h.p. Evinrude, doors; 2 guns, water softener, miscellaneous items. A good lot of tools. Not responsible for accidents. ANNA CLABAUGH 0. A. Monesmith, Auct., Phone Fulton UL-7-3575 were Mesdiimes'Robert Pearson, Francis O'Parrell, Charles Pearson, Ernest Dunham, Charles Delaney; Donald .Welker, Barrel! Griffey, Asa Cohee, James White, and William Lyons. Serving on the decorating committee were: Mr. and' Mrs,.Carl Cedarqiiist, Mr. and Mrs, Melvin Jackson, Mr. and Mrs. John Gingrich, Mr. and Mrs. Jay -Bumpier and Mrs. Louis Kent. Serving pop were: Wayne Clawson, John McCormick, Paul Snipes, Francis 0'FarreII, Marvin Packard and Marvin Bullock. In charge of clean-up were Mr. and Mrs. Welch .Lewis Dunn, and Mrs. Fred Franlz. The Questei-s Club of Carroll county will meet in the. Flora library Wednesday night, May 23, at .7:30 o'clock.. Mrs. Mabel Gibson and Mrs. Wesley Ficken are on the hostess committee. There #* ,M^O Dairy Queen 18019 I. MARKET II. iS. iQOVBRlNMBNiT JNlSpeCTiED FRYER PARTS BREASTS 3 «. $1.00 LEGS AMD THIGHS i« 39c Cut From Young Tender Beef A LA1RGE UBftN STEAK STEAK ROAST POUND 3 DOI . $1.00 IB 39c . IB 39c 3 IB 51.00 r BOLOGNA ».39c s HAM SALAD «, 39c CHEESE *49c S SAUSAGE Blade Cut Chuck ROAST PICNICS ».33c POUND LEAN L/vYER 5LICED BACON GROUND BEEF .BEST CUTS StRLOIN STEAK 75** THESE PRICES GOOD THRU TUES., MAY 29 ADVERTISED TV DV6RTISE TOYS • Jimmy tope • Areo Kites • Bear y& Cecil luggage • Whtrim-0 Slip 'n Slide • Tonka Toys • Gum and Holster Sets • Bow!> and Arrows • Fifty-Pol 19626is¥omiz- ini) Car Kits • Model Paints BURKS Open 1Til 9 p. m. 13th & £. iBdwy. (Ph. 5966 will be a display of old fans and Mrs. Gibson will discuss (he subject of fans... Eight Purdue students were arrested .by the Sheriff's department at Roth Park at 1:30 a.m. Sunday on charges of illegal" possession of the drinking of beer. Each was fined $5 -and costs in Lee Stone's JiP. court. Dennis Roberts of Ro- chester;-N.Y.'and David Murphy charged with furnishing the beer were given fines of $20 and costs of $16 by Mr.. Stone, J.P. Mr. and .Mrs. C. T. Araick spent a few days last week at McCormicks Creek state park. Mrs. B. B.. Ma'yhill attended the Logansport Chapter E.S.O. meet- ing in the home of Miss ^Georgia Kiiineiman. Guests were Mrs. Mar- i6n Moyer, a former member and Mrs. Jason Been of Delphi. On Frid'ay May 25, the Delphi Woman's Club will meet in (lie home of Mrs. Ben Been in Burrows. Mrs. Charles Raber will revriev? (he book, "While House Profiles." Members of (he hostess committee are: Mrs. Burr Belser, Mrs. 'Jason Been, Mrs. H. Y. Miillin, Mrs. G. A. SheCfer, Mrs. Arthur Ritchey, and Miss Anna Hardy. !1IN THE YTOODS ' FULLERTON, Calif.; (UPI)~ Max Wooes, a candidate for th« «tate assembly, and {campaign j worker William C. Woiids posted wooden .campaign sign or Woods Avenue and got arrested for putting campaign )Wslers <w public utility pole. Both Woods said they would lumber iiv;6 court Friday to aa- swer the charge. Read the Want-Ads! POTTED TOMATOES in Peat Pots Plont Pot and All Cabbage, cauliflower, mangoes, pimentofij, pansies, all variuMei. of petunias and bedding plants. PLEASANT HIU. GREENHOUSE . 1016 Pleasant Hill 'NOW IN STOCK SASA LEE PRODUCTS. POTATOES LUCKY BUY MARGARINE A r f L.C3 IDAHOAN INSTANT POTATO IRLA'KES 2|LB.!BA'G 39c THIS AD GOOD THRU TUES., MAY 29th WINEjiiAP-JPROiM WASHINGTON S,TAT£ . . .3 ibB. BAG OLD VFRGINIA JELLIES Grape, Damson, Peach n /Q Marmalade, BlackberryQl jar O/C PJNfi TO GOiOK OUTDOORS-MEATY FRE!iH SP/lRERiES Loin Ribs to Bar-3-Q lljB, 59c Oscar Mayer Wieners For'Delicious Snacks HAM .SALAD I We make it with I Ham tb. 69c Swift Premium CANNED HAMS 3 IUB. S1IZE MRS. SMITH'S FROZEN . APiPILE or CHERRY PIES 26 OZ. SIZE 47* BACON | 59c m 'Kir Quart 1 ill'I* <»i; r iBag 4*M)I» Supreme Pecan Saridies ?£: 49c A:unt Janes 'Sliced Dill Pickles '/a gal. 59c Aunt Janes Sweet Sandwich iPickles Vi gcfl. &9e Weidners Sweet Pickle iRslish ., Qtu. 39e Weidners 'Sweet Chips ., , . . .Qt. Jor 39c Weidiners iSweet Cucumber 'Slices Qlt. 39e RWay Whole Sweets Quart Jor 39c Iceberg Salad Dressing t'nvmie ' Fresh ' Firm Texas ''> i.arrots Grown /. Pan Siyle-^Pure iPork SAUSAGE We Make It 3 ib 99c FUN in the SUN F OirUVEJ*. PM.-4.IB6 Consisting of 7 Glass Bowls Salad Spoon & Fork' SET 670 LAMP SHADES All tizos & col I, $1,99 6ft. Wide, 12" Deep $ m iT1 bis P0=l f° r "'I- *• 8 OI1 B- HoW ' 27S 8 ali - T* Ml water, S»ool mesh framo witi 1 ! vinyl liner. Boltom drain and ntpair k!^. Olhor Wuding Pools, 160 gal. $4,99 44 gals. $2.99 SPfKIE FUN SHOWER Sprays 2 5-ft. areoi 7 mm BOX BADMINTON THERiMOS JUG Vi Gal. Size JAMAICA NOUGATSLICES SHORT SUB- MI A RIM SANIDWICHES Print sleeveless tops, matching solid color shorts. Sizes 10-18. 290 4 for $1 ' 4221. BROADWAY - OIPW PWDAYIS UNTIL 9 P'.M. NYLONS 278 White, Colors W«ar with rfiorls, Slacks, bathing suits SPORT BRltfS 57 Control with freedom l : ine latex iiJA-ll-XL 1 S. S. KRESGi CbMPANY

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