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Thursday Evening, May 31, 1962, PERU— Geyer Named New School District Head PERU — County Superintendent Ray Geyer was appointed as Superintendent of the Maconaquah School District at a meeting of the new school board members Monday night. Geyer's appointment becomes effective July 1 when the new school district in Miami County is established. Geyer was offered a four-year contract. The salary was not disclosed. Geyer was appointed by the County Board of Education July 1, 1958 to fill the unexpired term of Superintendent John Davisson who had resigned to become superintendent of the Rochester schools. Geyer was reappointed to four year term last May with the term starting Aug. 16. The school board also appointed officers for their organization. They are Dr. G. R. Oldham, rural route 5, Kokomo, a veterinarian, president; John T. Bowman, rural route 1, Amboy, vice-president; Mrs. Katherine Borden, rural route 5, Peru, secretary; Mor- -ris Stranahan, rural route 5, Peru, assistant secretary and Verl Hahn, rural route 1, Peru, treasurer. Other board members are Earl C. Boone, rural route 1, Bunker Hill, former trustee of Deer Creek Township. Russell J. Wildman, Peru attorney, was named as the school board's attorney. Geyer was a basketball coach in Peru High School for three years. Prior to that he was a coach and teacher at Otterbein for six years and for two years was an instructor at Indiana University. DONATES SERVICES G ration P. Wickerham, attorney for IjKikes Hospital Board of • Trustees announced Monday night that he would donate his services to the hospital in its $1,225,000 expansion program. The amount of such legal services had been pre-determined by the involved slate agencies ' at $35,000. Wickerham said that this contribution was being made in appreciation of the work of the Hospital Auxiliary and other organizations of the community to the hospital and in appreciation of the many kindnesses shown by the citizens of Miami County to him and his family. He said that this .contribution was also being made in memory of his late mother, Mrs. Nona B. Wickerham, who had for many years been a nurse at the hospital and from his late grandmother, Mrs. Salome Hill, who had named the hospital as a legatee in her Last Will and Testament. In other work the trustees approved a payroll of $25,359.63, a claim of $2,806 to the pathologist and $2,553.20 for the radiologist. Cash receipts so far for the month of May totaled $42,272.43 and earnings as of May 27, totaled $44,083.52. GIRL INJURED Ellen Marie Cook, 4'/z-year-old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Dale Cook of rural route 1, Peru, suffered a concussion and abrasions when struck by a car on Ind. 124 eight miles southeast of here at 11 a.m. Tuesday. The child was brought to Dukes lospital in the Drake-Flowers ambulance. Officers said the little girl ran across the road from her house .0 the. mail box when she was struck by a westbound car driven jy Theodore Smith, 46, rural route 1, Lucerne. The child was thrown 27 feet from force of the irnpacl. Trooper Arlen Good reported that Smith was traveling about 45 miles per hour at .the time of the accident. He said he had.slow- ed down to avoid hitting Ellen's sister who ran across the road .in ' DIES AT RACE TRACK INDIANAPOLIS (UPI)-Charles Paulus, 56, Detroit, Mich., collapsed and died Wednesday-at the Speedway here two hours before the Memorial Day Auto Race. Paulus was dead when help reached him, authorities said. He was walking in the infield near the officials' tower when stricken. front of Ellen. Smith was .not held responsible for the .accident. Sheriff Dave Richardson assisted .in the .investigation. False Alarm for 'Missing'Plane INDIANAPOLIS (UPI)—A plane carrying Indianapolis "500" fans was reported: missing on a round trip -between Therman, Iowa, and here Wednesday, but it turned out to be a false alarm. . ,An alert was put out when the single-engine Cessna 175, piloted by Ralph Streeter of Therman accompanied by two passengers, failed to check in at Indianapolis Wednesday morning in accordance with Streeter's flight plan. The "Federal Aviation Agency said. Streeter had filed his flight plan while flying over Kirksville, Mo., at 5:55 a.m. EST Wednesday and said he expected'to arrive-in Indianapolis at 10:25 a.m.. EST. : The search, conducted by the Civil Air Patrol, was called off when it was learned Streeter completed the trip safely and landed at Nebraska City Airport,, Neb. The search covered Indiana, Illinois and parts of Missouri and Ipwa. Read the Want Ads! Hoosier Gl Dodges Reds In Laos Jungle LUANG PRABAN-G, Laos (UPI) —Sgt. l.C. Virgil Murphy, 33, Van Buren, Ind., was one of two U.S. Army advisers who returned to safety here Wednesday after three days of dodging pro-Communist patrols, in dense jungle. Murphy and Sgt. Merle Loobey, 30, Seattle, Wash,, were cut off from friendly forces Sunday when enemy patrols overwhelmed a 70- man Royal Army outpost near besieged Houei. Sai, near the Thai- Logansporr, Indiana, Pharos-Tribune Fiv» Laotian Mekong River border. The six other advisers made their way back to friendly forces, but Murphy and Loobey were trapped and forced to flee inlo the jungle. "We could hear them moving in the brush all during the first day and night," said Murphy. "They were pretty close." The two jungle-wise special forces sergeants drifted west and south for about 48 hours with frequent stops for rest or quick snacks from C-rations. They.said the jungle which hidl them from the enemy also hid them from friendly helicopters searching for them. They found a clearing Tuesday night and camped nearby until they s|xitted a government helicopter and attracted it with flares. •A plane look them to -Vientiane with a brief stop here for a shower, coffee and a -chat with newsmen. The I960 Census accounfed for 53 million households with an average population of 3.29 persons. NOTICE OF SHBIIIKF'S SAM! OF IU5AI, KSTATE 6TATM OF INDIANA ) )SS: COUNTY OP OASS ) IN THE CASS CIRCUIT COURT APTUIL- TI5BM, 1962 No. C 61—81. THE NATIONAL, BANK OF LOGANSPORT, LOGANSPORT, INDIANA VS. CHARGES G. FAIRMAN and GLENE.LDW1N FAIRMAN, BT At, By virtue of a cortiried copy of a decree, to me directed from the Clerk's Office, or the Casa Circuit Court, Casa Courtly, Indiana, in a cauno wherein Tire National Bank oC Ijo^ansport, Lo- K'ansport, Indiana, Is plalntlEf, and Charles G. Fair-man and Glenelrtwln FalrmRri efr al, are defendants, requiring- mo to make the sum of Twonty-Two Thousand. Six Hundred Fifty-Mix and 47/100 ($22,606.47) Dollars as to principal, Four Thousand Nine Hundred Six and 52/100 ($4,!)06- ,r,2) Dollars as to Interest, and One Thou-sand Four Hundred KlR'hty-IIve and 00/100 ($!.,'4SS.OO) Dollars attorney's fees for a total of Twenty-Nine Thousand Forty-Seven and OD/100 ($29,047,!)9) Dollars with Interest at Eight (8%) per cent per annum from May 12, 1961, for a judK- ment in favor of Maryland Casualty Company In the sum oC One Hundred Thirty-ciprht Thousand One Hundred Seventy-four and 36/100 (J138,1.74.1fi) and Four Thousand Seven Hundred KiKhly ($-1,780.00) for attorney's Tees •with Interest from May 12, 1961, at Elslrt (8%) per cent per annum, and for a judgment In favor of Aetna Casualty and Surety Company in the sum of Thirty Two Thousand One Hundred Nine and 77/100 ($32,109.77) and One Thousand Five Hundred Sixty and 00/100 ($1,560.00) for attorneys fees with Interest from 3Vlay 12, 1961 at eight percent (8%) per annum, and costs, t •u-ni expose at public sale to the highest bidder, on Friday, the 2!Hlr day of June, A.D., 19C2, between the hours of 10 o'clock A.M. and 4 o'clock P.M., Dayliffht Savins' Time, of said day, at the door of the Court House of said Cass County, Indiana, the- fee simple and the whole body of the folJowlnfi- described Real Estate, Situate In Cans County, Indiana, toft-ether with the rents,, issues, Income and profits thereof, or so Jirueh as necessary to satisfy such JudK'rnent, interest find costs: T^ot Number Forty-two (42) In F-Titmilton and Taber's Addition to the City of .Tjog-ans- port. Said sale will he made without liny relief whatever from valuation or appraisement laws. Dated at I^opransport, Indiana, this 23rd day of "May, 1962. Bernard D. I,eavitt Sheriff, Cass County, Indiana 6-34, 5-31, 6-7 S Ch 38. Ladies Sleeveless BLOUSES And CROP TOPS 99c ose from solids or prints in hite or pretty pastels. Sizes 32- JAMAICA SHORTS o.oo wide selection of stripes, sol- prints or plaids. AN the lot- colors. Sizes 10-18. SUN HATS 94c Others to 2.88 All Shapes and Colors BEACH BAGS 1.88 Large Size-jTerry LONG LINE \ HALTER 2.50 White or black solids. One size fits all. Cotton and rubber stretch with built-in strapless bra. Finger Tip Terry Beach Robes Others to 4,98 Three button front, patch pockets and short sleeves. Choose from white or pretty florals. Swim Suits By Lee Beachwear g.98 Others to 1.7.98 Be the beach siren this year in one of our bathing suits. Choose from knit or lastex. All colors—all sizes. Sizes 32-40 . MAKE DAD GLAD-On father's Day-June Uth lightweight, no-iron Dress Shirts & Sport Shirts , ^ of Dacron® & Fine Cotton by VAN HEUSENP Come in and examine this wonderful collection of Van Heusen Vangard 65% Dacron & 35% fine cotton shirts. You'll probably find just the colors and.styles you prefer. Every man will love.the comfort of these shirts oi' light-as-air cotton mixed with -wrinkle-, resistant Dacron. Every woman will love the easy care features. They wash like a dream, never need ironing. In dressy dress shirts for cool comfort at business and social functions. In casual sport shirts for fun and relaxation. Come in and look .them over yourself...you'll be so glad you did! 00 ATHLETIC SHIRTS Soft/ springy/ absorbent cotton knit. Cut for maximum comfort ond smooth fit. Pure white finish that stays ftosh-looking washing ofter washing. Sizes 34-54, 2 9O • ' TEE SHIRTS Soft, cotton knit quarter-sleeve shirt. Looks equally well as an undershirt ' or sport shirt. Long tuck-In won't ride up. Sizes S, M, I, XL. KNIT BRIEFS Rib knit cotton briefs that "give" with every movement for full-time comfort. Heat resistant live-elastic waist and leg bands, Sizes 28-44. WASH and WEAR SHORTS High-count Sanforfs-od cotton broadcloth that neet/x no Jraning. Full cut and panel .seat mean com* fortable fit. Reinforced at stress points. In alt-over patterns, 1 solid colors or white. Sizes 28-52. BOX OF 6 1O Pin Money DRESSES $0.98 3 COTTON SHOP 2iND FLOOR Young styled patio cottons, Pretty and practical charmers, boasting an easy care crease resistant finish. Marvelously feminine—fashion fresh. Size: 12-20, 14'/j-24'/2 GIRLS Short Sets 1 .88 Others 2.88 J-amaica or short shorts complete with crop top. Choose from an array of colors and patterns. Sizes 2-4.T, 3-6v, 7-14. GIRLS JAMAICAS 94c Elastic back, sanforized. Chocss from many pretty solids. Sizes: 3- 6x, 7-14. GIRLS' . CROP TOPS AND GAY TOP BLOUSES 94c BOYS SHORT SETS Others 3.88 Wash 'rf Wear fabrfc. Knit, or woven cotton shirt. Matching short and belt. Sizes 3-7. Choose from plain, embroidery or lace trim in all the seasons latest colors. Sizes 2-3, 3-6x, 7-14. ' ' BOYS "CABIN BOY" SETS 2. White deck pants with Blazer stripe top. Washable. Sizes 3-7.'

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