Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on May 24, 1962 · Page 11
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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 11

Logansport, Indiana
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Thursday, May 24, 1962
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Thursday Evpulng, May 24, 1962. British Wives Hold Housewarming Fete The British Wives club held a surprise Inousewarming party for Ivy Ramsay when they convened at her home in Royal Center Tuesday evening for the regular session. Thirteen members and two guests, Gloria Haskell and Jessie Sandberg, attended the party with Daisy Seward as co-hostess. June Eagle, president, conducted the short business meeting during which time plans were -made for a picnic on August 19 at Seven Acres. The members welcomed Mary Cotner, who has just returned home after spending a month ir England, and the door prizes were won by Gloria Haskell and Barbara O'Sullivan. The next meeting on .Tune 19 will be at the home of Barbara O'Sullivan, Walton. •lonorary Degrees GREENCASTLE Ind. (UPI)— our ministers two college presi- ents and an art center executive ill receive honorary degrees at 'ePauw University's 123rd annual ommencement June 10. They are Dr. Grover L. Hartman executive. secretary of the ndiana Council of Churches; Dr. ,ee A. DuBridge president of the California Institute of Technology; Dr. Donovan Moffett president of FAIRVIEW TKOOPS The Girl Scouts of Fail-view troop No. 316 gathered Wednes day afternoon at Fail-view park. Bessie Helmick opened the shorl business session when a discus' sion was held on camp, followec with recreation. The next meeting will be June 6 with Joy Applegate. The Fairview Brownie troop No, 314 convened for a wiener roast Wednesday afternoon. Mrs. Rose Gribble, leader, pre sented Brownie pins to Valorie James, Deborah Carlson, Dora jean Drummond, Diane Quade Kathy Russell, Karen Kelly, Peg gy Bavvman, Diana West, Penny Lyons and Sue Phillip. Receiving one-year pins were Lot-is Rivers, Pam Browcr, Karen Gribble, Beverly Appleton am Mary Fogel. Guests were Mrs. Mary Kellej and Carol,-Mrs. Winnie Carlson Brenda, Sherry and Stevie, Mrs Virginia Quade and Larry, Mrs Janice Alder, Randy, Ricky anc Robbie, Mrs'. Barbara James, an Msr. Rose Gribble, leader, anc Roger. Teeis-agcrs Kill Stranger • NEW YORK (UPf>-Two teen agers who "had,to kill some body" were charged Wednesdaj with the shotgun slaying of a 25 year-old stranger. 1N D r AX A A LCO MO LIO EKVK1UVGK COMMISSION 911 Statf> Office BldK- INDIANAPOLIS J.IWGA1, NOTION Oh 1 PUIIMC IlKAHINC Notleo Is horoby M'iven that llu Tio ca 1 Alcoholic Be v c ra K'o Bo :i r i of Cass Connty, Indiana, will, a 10 EL.in. on tho IX <lay of .Tunr 1H63 at. the North CourL Ttooni Court House, In the City of Lo pansporl', Indiana in said County begin investigation ot: the appli cations oT the following munet persons, requesting the Issue the applicants, at the location. 1 hereinafter set ou.t, of the Al co- holt r, .Beverage Permits of flu clashes hereinafter designated jind will, a!: sa-ld 1.1mo and pi ace.. receive Information concerning tho fitness of .said applicants, ant the p r o ji r I o t y o C 1 KS u 1 ri g the p r; r in its applied for to such applicants fbt tht: premises mimed: George It. Becklnr (Tien tan rant Beer, Liquor, & "Whin Retail era, 312 Fifth St., Loganaport Indiana Albnrt J. & Stella L. Stukofsk (Package Store) Boor, Ui\\ & Wlms Dealers, 408 Fourth Logansport. Indiana Luwansport Shrlnt* Club, by C. K 1-lanley, Pres., 724 Sun net 'Dr. and Joe Herd, Sec., 613 Rao.' St., Ijoganspor-t, Indiana (Club J^ecr, Liquor, fc Wine Retailer. 6 41.5 High St., J-iOft-ansport, Indi nna Hen ry C. fihoop (lies tan ran I Beer, Liquor, & "Wine Jletallcn- 1*25 M. .Third St., LoRunspor Tndiaaa KA I D IN V'KSTTCATION W IL BK OPEN TO THE PUBTYIO, ANL PURLTC PARTICIPATION IS RK QUKSTKD. JNJXfANA AT.COT-1OLIC El'JVKRAGB COMiMISSlOiN' By W. F. CONDON J'Jxecutlve Secrfitary JOK A. 1-rAKRlS Chairman KOTJ<;iM OK KHKRIFF'S .MALT; (»r RKA1- IriS'l'ATK fiTATJ*: OT' 1 JNOIANA ) )SS: COUNTS OF CASS ) IN THT': (^ASS CIRCUIT COUP,' APHfL TF/UA1, 11162 No. C fil—81 T f.IE NATTONAL BANK OI LOGANSPORT. LOCANSPOr/l INDIANA VS. CHAKf^KS ('•' 3-'A I R.MAN and GLKNKbUWi; KA1RMAN, KT AT, By virtue o C n. co r 11 Cl ed (;o p, of a. decree, lo mo directed fron thft Clerk's Office of the Cas Circuit Court, Casa County, In diana, in a can HA wherein Th National Bank of Log'ansport, Lo K'ansport, Indiana, Is plain t.if fl-nd Charles G. Fairman an f! 1 e n e 1 d w 1 n Ka-i r m a n el a 1, a r flefendaaits, roqulrlnK 1 ine to mal< tliR sum of Twenty-Two Tlu Fund, S]\- Kundrud'Flftv-Hlx a 47/JOO (f22.fi5fi.47) Dollars as t principal, Four Thousand Nl Itnndrefl Six and R^/'lOO ••($4,J>0« J>2~) Dollars as to Interest, an 011 f« Tho u sand F« u r H u n cl re KlK-hty-;l'lve and 00/100 ($1,-185.00 Dollars attorney's fees for a, to tal of Twenty-Nine TUo.uaan I'^or-ty-Sovon and 99/100 ($2ft,0'l7 ,DfJ) Dollars with Interest a Kipht (.$%) per tioiit per annnr fro m T\l ay 12, 1 f) C1, Co r a j n d ^ m cm t In favo r of Mary land "Ca .*• tnilt.v C!ompany in the sum c One Hundred Thirty-eltflH Thoi sand One Hundred Seventy-fou nnd lfi/100 (?i:t8,174.16) and Fou Thousand Seven Hundred Eight ($-1,780.00) Tor attorney's fep with interest from May 12, 19G fit Klfflit (8%) per cent per tin mini, and Cor a judgment In Ta vor of Aetna Casualty and Sure ty Company In tho sum of Till i ty Two Thousand One Hundre Nine and 77/100 ($32,100.77) an One Thousand Five 'Hundred Six ty and 00/100 ($1,560.0(1) for n-t tornoys fees with Interest fro 3\lay 12, . 1J1G1 at elffht perccn (f!%) pur arinuni, and costs, will expose ;il puhlic sain to tl hlRliest hldder, on Friday, th 20th day of .lime, A.D., 19G2, be 1 \vcen tho hours of 10 o'clo A.ar. and 4 o'clock P.M., Dayllfi Saving Time. oT said day, at th floor of the Court House- of sal Cfi.ss County, Indiana, -tlie re fihnple and Lho whole body of th folio\vlntr described Heal Kstat Situate in Cass County, Indiana together with the rents, Issue Income si ml profits thereof, or fi nuich as netessary to satisfy sue Judgment, Interest and costs: Lot Number Forty-two (-12) In Hamilton and Tabor's Addition to the City of I*otrans- port. Said sule will be made withoi liny relief whatever from valua tlon or appraisement laws. "Da.tot! at Logansport, 'Entllant thiw 2.1rd day. 0 C May, 196S. Bernard D. Leavltt SheriCf, Casa County, Indian B-24, 5-31, 6- •the College of Education of the State University of New York; Edgar B. Young executive vice president of the Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts New York. Also Rev. Donald E. Bailey superintendent of the Fort Wayne District of t'he Methodist Church; Rev,. Almon J. Coble minister of the Valparaiso First Methodist Church and Rev. Lawrence Larrowe district superintendent of the Troy N.Y. Conference of the Methodist Church. Scoff Sees 'Fireflies' CAPE CANAVERAL (UPI) Astronaut Scott Cairpenter -reported from orbit'today that he, too, saw the "fireflies" which John 'H. Glenn Jr. observed! on his flight around the earth Feb. 20. Carpenter spotted -the myriad btobs of light a.t sunrise on his first pass over the jWest Coast of the United States, : !just as Glenn did. ., Some scientists ' attribute--the lights to flecks of:paint popping from the icapsule in the vacuum of space. Glenn and Soviet astronaut Gherman Titov, who saw similar luminous objects,-feel the •fireflies were caused by escaping gas from the jet control system. Carpentur said he hoped to get pictures <if whatever they are. "I am I tracking now a very small particle—there's another— very small," he radioed. "It could be a light snowflake." Warning! INDIANAPOLIS (UPI) - The Indiana' Alcoholic Beverage Coin- mission reminded Hoosiers today that the sale of alcoholic bever- ages'on Memorial Day is illegal. Chairman Joe A. Harris said excise police have been instructed to crack down on all violators who sell such beverages after 1 : D1 s.m. EST May 30 and.8 a.m. EST May 3f. Harris said all excise police will be on duty during the Logansport, Indiana, F'haros-Tribuno Eleven RAINBOW GIRLS Logansport Assembly No. 6, Order of Rainbow for Girls, will hold public installation of officers Friday evening at 7:30 o'clock at, the Masonic Temple. Friends, Master Masons and Eastern Stars are invited to attend. holiday to "strictly enforce' the law by making; arrests and by issuing citations." Rotary to Hear Danish Student Ka::l Sijolstrup, exchange student from Denmark, will appear before tin; Rotary club during the Moncay noon meeting in the. K of C hail. H-! will tell of 1he life and customs in his ov/n country and will (jive Rotarians his impression of America. Read the Wart Ads! 10 TO 12 LB. AVG. Semi- Boneless Fully Cooked Whole or Half Lb. Smoked Hams Turkeys US. GO.V'T. INSPECTED, TOP QUALITY Cut Up, Split or Quartered Lb. CWhole 25 C YOUR GUARANTEE OF QUALITY WHOLE OR BUTT AQ f PORTION, LB. *"*• SHANK PORTION LB. U.S. GOV'T. INSPECTED TOP QUALITY, 4 TO 10-LB. AVG LB.. "SUPER-RIGHT" (2-LB. BAG, 97c) (30-LB. BOX, 11.59) All Meat Wieners I ..M^I* M^^l. "SUPER-RIGHT" LUnCh Meat 6 VARIETIES l-LB. PKG. 49 C Spare Ribs 59c Rotisserie Roast BT rS,r F CAP'N. JOHN'S FISH Cod Fillets Fish Sticks Breaded Shrimp OR HADDOCK LB. 39 10-02. Yip. •>* «* . . PKG. *- FANCY HOT HOUSE Tomatoes g^Sl CLIP THIS A&P COUPON g^ WITH THIS COUPON FREE QUART CAN MARVEL CHARCOAL LIGHTER WITH PURCHASE OF Charcoal ?fl LB I 19 £U BAG I Coupon Expires Tues., May 29 gsg^ LIMIT ONEPERFAMILY.PLEASEgsgEB CALIFORNIA Big Luscious SERVE WITH Lucky Whip AERATED TOPPING Fryer Breasts Fryer Drumstick*; LB . 39c IB. sga CLIP THIS A&P COUPON g^gggl WITH THIS COUPON BONELESS, COOKED Canned Coupon Expires Tues., May 29 ^LMT ONE PER FAMlO^lEASE '^s § X CLIP THIS WITH THIS COUPON Califoirnia Oranges 49 C SIZE 113 EXTRA LARGE Coupon Expires Sut., May 26 PLAIN CHED-0-BIT Cheese Spread 2 69 C SUNNYBROOK GRADE "A" (MEDIUM, 3 DOZ. $1) Large Fresh Eggs >•«. 39' Colby Cheese » 49' GKAJDE AA,"93 SCORE, SWEET CREAM, SALTED—QUARTERS Sunnyfield Butter . IB 69c SWISS, PIMENTO, AMERICAN, MEL-O-BIT PROCESSED Sliced Cheeses ?£ 39c .Mix N' Match Paper Sale. Kleenex 400 COUNT 2k Kleenex Delsey Tissue 2'°- Kleenex T/LBLIE NAPKINS 50 COUNT CASUAL NAPKilNS 15 COUNT , LESS1SR (1UANTITIES HOLD AT REGULAR RETAIL YOUR CHOICE PKGS. YUKON CANNED —(Root Beer, Cola, Grape, Orange, Ginger Ale and Others) 12-Oz. Realemon Juice. •••- - 43 C Parkay Margarine 2 c ™ DUNCAN MINES everages vi?<5 FROZEN Cans Pancake Mix z Lunch Meat PKGS. -LB. PKG. I3UPER-RIGHT" 12-OZ, CAN5I 35 Morton Pies 1.00 Reynolds Vifrap BEEF, CHICKEN TURKEY . . . . 8-OZ PK(«S. HRAVY :!8-n>'. BY 25-FT. DUTY . . ROLL EVERYTHING IT'S CRACKED UP TO BE I JANE PARKER CRACKED WHEAT BREAD l-LB. IOAF PEACH PIE, 49c Pineapple Pie Danish Pastry Ring . Giant Jelly Roll .. ... ONLY 39C ONLY 29C ONLY 59c Freshlike Shower of Vegetable Sale Sweist Peas • • moz Golden Corn — Green Beans ™uf'„-.,/. Peas & Carrots • CANS .12-02. 13-OZ. YOUR CHOICE Lesseir quantities sold at regular retails. 4 JANE PARKER TWIN PACK Folgers Instant Coffee 100Z j AR 1.49 Folgers Coffee 1W . CfM 67c Potato Chips 59 PRICES GOOD THRU SAT,, MAY 26TH >$ CLIP THISTTP CpliPON p $ WITH THIS COUPON A-Penn SELF POLISHiriG Floor Wax GAU (y>9 1 Coupon Expires Sat., May 26 ;a LIMIT ONE PER FAMI1Y.PIEASE ^^ Palmolive 4 REGULAR -5O» CAKES JJC ' n 21-OZ. 47-, £• CANS 1* l» Ajax Cleanser 0 14-OZ. 34-, •• CANS JiV PLASTIC CONTAINER Clprox Bleach « T .21c i^ GAL .3] r c SAVE OW . No r t h e r n Tissue 4 ROLLS J<jC THE GREAT ATIANTIC 4 PACIFIC TEA COMPANY, INC.

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