Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on May 25, 1962 · Page 20
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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 20

Logansport, Indiana
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Friday, May 25, 1962
Page 20
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Twenty Logansport, Indiana, Pharos-Tribune PERU- Burgtrt JCtxffuf&rie HIGH SCHtOL s/iiami County Pastor Gets Assignment PERU —; Rev. James 0. Nutt nil preach' Ms farewell sermon as pastor of the Deedsville Evangelical United Brethren Church on une :. He will foe ordained June 7 dur- ng the animal conference of the lenominatidn at Oafcwood Park, jake Wawasee, having recently completed his seminary training. After the conference he will move his family to Lafayette where lie will be serving the denomination 1 as guidance counselor o students at Purdue University. The Deedsville church will be assigned another pastor by the conference and he will preach lune 10 at: Deedsville. Mrs. Helen L. Briggs, 609 E. CLASS of <J&rrJf*rw'ft IDAVILLE HIGH SCHOOL SENIOR CLASS ROYAL CENTER ALUMNI DINNER SET MAY 26 :ROYAL OENTEK — The annual Royal Center high school Alumni Association banquet .will be held at the high school gym on Saturday, May 26 starting at 6:30 p.m. The evening will begin with a covered dish dinner followed by a brief program. Those attending are -asked to bring a covered dish and table service, Dr. Ira Polley, State Controller for the State of Michigan, and a graduate of Royal Center high school, will be the guest speaker. Special music will be provided by Frank Parente and his orchestra. The class of 1912 will receive special recognition during the evening. The officers of the Royal Center Alumni Association include Bob Ferguson, president; Merle Nice, vice president and Mrs. Karen Robinson, secretary and treasurer. BRUTON AT BAT DETROIT (UPI) — Billy Bruton hit 17 home runs for the Detroit Tigers in his first American League season 'last year, exceeding by five his previous career high with the Milwaukee Braves of the National League. PLUMBlNGiHEATING 415 8«tST. - &ASYPAKKING AL aW DON SCHMIDT Is your home only HALF- CLEAN? This spring when you do your housecleaning . . make sure the other half is clean, too! Have your heating sstem cleaned b . . sure ine orner nair is c system cleaned by . . ., HOLLAND FURNACE CO. 5th and E. Market Phone 3887 Asks Honest Bids INDIANAPOLIS (UPI) - Chairman David Cohen of the Indiana Highway Department told Hoosier road builders Thursday that .the Hoosier state still is trying to live down the 1055-56 highway scandals. He urged them to make only honest bids in which they figure to make a fair profit, nothing that if a contractor bids so low he stands to lose money, he may start looking for shortcuts which would reduce the quality of his work. Looking for a good buy on tires? The daily newspaper's ad pages are where local tire dealers do most of their advertising. They spend an average of 75c out of every promotional dollar in newspapers. CARPETS and FURNITURE BEAUTIFULLY CLEANED OAiU. 0. W. MOODY Phone 5459 Evenings SUNDAY DINNER Roast Turkey and Celery Dressing Swiss Steak and Brown Gravy SALAD POTATOES DESSEET COFFEE Only $1.00 MARY ANN STEAK HUT 918 North Third St. Dial 5988 omly at Blllman's NICE Double Gravestone COMPLETE... 110 .00 This 3-foot, 300-lb. solid granite .memorial is of .the best quality. Price includes: all carving, foundation and setting. . $10 Down — $9 a Month OPEN THIS SUNDAY 1 TO 4:30 P.M. .man "All Work Hone in Logansport" 1137 Pleasant Hill Phone 2394 Marie White Fire Ins. Ph. 2491 Friday Kyening. May 25, 1962. Main: St., has been appointed to erve 1 as assistant treasurer of he Peru Federal Savings and joan Association by its Board if Directors. Mrs. Briggs has served (he issodation in various capacities incei 1927. She is! in charge -of he siavings department, M:p>. Briggs succeeds Mrs. Sheehan who retired the irst ,of ft» month under the Peru 'ederal Savings and Loan Associa- ion pension plan. APPROPRIATE SIGN CHICAGO (UPI) - Delta Tau )elt;> fraternity brothers of astronaut Scott Carpenter at the Illinois Institute of Technology Thursday ' decorated their house with !ign;5 reading: "Great Scott" RUBBER STAMPS Made In Our Own Plctnt 2-DAY DELIVERY CHRONICLE PRINTING CO. 417 Market Ph. 4362 NO VFW DANCE This week patronize the Policemen's Bali MOOSE HARD TIMES DANCE SATURDAY, MAY 26-9:30 to 12? p. m. MUSIC BY THE HOOSIER FOUR ROUND AND SQUARE DANCING —Prizes «nd lots of IFun—- , ADULTS ONLY . . . •GUEST INilGWT (Come As You |Are) MiOIQSE HOME - R. R. >1, Delaware Road LOWFS *UTni 'ROOFER" Says: "Are You Thinking About Re-siding.. Home? WjE ME irWY 'EQUIPPED TOO HA|Nll>LE, All OF YOUR StMMG NEEDS . . . PHONE 3666 . . . Or better drop in arid see our displays of the most up-to-date siding materials on the market tedwy! See our Aluminum or Mastic Clapboard and InsuMPIlastic! All residential siding can be done with no money down and convenient home imptovement loans PHONE 3666 Free Estimates with no high pressure COiM'E IN ... HBT'iS ©HT lACQUAKNTiBD ROOIFIRBPlAIIRlllNG POST-PROM PARTY BLOOMBX'GTON, 1ml. (UPI)— Nearly 500 students of Rich Twp. HigH School, in Chicago's suburban Park Forest will spend a day at Indiaina University Saturday on a 500-mile post-prom party. An , Illinois Central Railroad speeiail train will bring the students to Bloomington for breakfast, a mornipg of bawling, billiards and ping-poni;, luncheon, dancing, and a swlmmhif" exhibition. UPHCtSTERING 1018 NORTH STREET f'HONE 4789 PRESCRIPTION PIKES at the CENTRAL DRUG STORE ARE AS LOW AS ANY IN TOWN CALL 3 T 31 for free deliver/ ... every day eil 5:00 P.M. {immediate delivery in emergancies) GERANIUMS Potunias and all kind of bidding plants, vg.jctabb and flower plants best variotiei, polled tomatoes, delphinium, painted and shasta dailies, iwe«f william, baby breath, lileeding huarh eli- matis and other perennials. MARKERT'S GREENHOUSE 1529 Pleasant Hill No Delivery EVERY SUNDAY YOUR FAVORfTE SUNDAY PAPER with the purchase of Hawthorn Mellody -ICE CREAM 89c BURKS 13th & liROADWAY PHONE 5966 WEEKEND SPECIALS Sea & Ski REVILON Sun Bath NBW-SHULTON Bronztan RBViLON Bronze Lustre Sun Glasses DISTILLED WATER ...<££* 35c YES, WE DELIVER 24 Hour Color Photo Finishing NORTH DRUGS We handle Money Orders for Your Convenience North 3rd and Miami Phona 4534 TING! OPEN ALL DAY MEMORIAL DAY YELLOW CREEK ELCO WIENiRS •: ROASTED SAUSAGE RING BOLOGNA • HONEY'LOAF BOLOGNA ' PLATTER SLICED BACON Thuk •* regule COUNTY LINE CHEESE CH'UCK STEAK GRWMDBi'EF BONELESS CLUB STEAK ib. 49c Ib. 59c Ib. 59c Ib. 89c Ib. 39c lb.49c •Ib. 59c lb.69c Ib. 39c Ib. 89c Gd. MILK RAY'S OR MAWS 42*-69" Plus Deposit BREAD HOLSUM OR COLONIAL T/4LB. Q« 9 1M.U. Loaves VOC A Loaves Everydlny Price at Smith's POTflTOK CASS CO.. GROWN 10LB. BAG ECKRJCH MEATS PICKLE MA|OA1H;ON1 & CHEESE CIDIOIW.N IBOUDGMA, 13. 59c Potato Salad Ham Salad pt. 49c Ib. 49c Flavor Kist Macaroons 49t Surpeme Sandwich Cookies 49c Nabisco Veri- thin Pretzels 33c SMOKED WHOLE 01! SHANK HALF CENTER SLICE; HAM IB. IB. S9c MRS. SMITH'S APPLf OR CHERRY 26 OZ. 47 MER-DEL'S ICE CREAM CHERRY GARDEN QUALITY fQ Vi GALLON . . OYC Black Sweet Cherry MER-DEL Vi GALLON . . 89c Thank Youl 1 DAY PHOTO FINISHING SERVICE AND PHOTO SUPPLIES American Express Monity Orders At AH Times; Smith's Market 17th and George St. Phone 3378 Open Until 10 p m.—Sundays arid Week Day:;i

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