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Logansport, Indiana
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Tuesday, June 5, 1962
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Riesday Evening, June S, t9St. Late Markets Hawkins . '00 to 220 15 65 '20 to 240 15 35 MO to 260 15.00 360 to 280 1450 !80 to 300 14.00 Burnettsvflle Poultry ' Third Street Market Beef Hides , 05 Vea! Hides J3 Producers Marketing Assn. t!)0 to 215 No. 1 16.25 190 lo 220, No. 2, No. 3 ,.... 15.75 Wayne's Produce Klumpp Produce (Beci Creek) Heavy Hens .12 Eggs ..'. 19 Popcjoy's Poultry Farm INDIANAPOLIS (UPI) - Live•stock: Hogs 5,100; barrows and gilts steady lo weak, instances 25 lower; later steady; uniform 180225 i ; b 16.50-16.75; bulk 180-240 lib 16.00-16.50; few 15.75; 240-270 Ib 15.25-16.00; few 16.25; 270-300 Ib 14.75-15.50; 150470 Ib 14.00-16.00; bows steady to weak; 300-400 Ib 13.50-14.25; a few 14.50; 400-600 ft 13.00-13.75; 550-650, Ib 12.75-13.00. Cattle 2,800; calves 125; steers, Deaths and Funerals City, Cass Countv DEHAVEN, MRS. MAUDE, 85, 730 East Broadway.. Final rites at 10:30 'a.m. Wednesday, McCloskey-Hamilton-Kahle funreal home. Friends may call at the funeral RUSH, MRS. .ALICE, 80, 808 Nineteenth St. Final rites at 9 a.m. Wednesday, St. Vincent's church. Burial in Mt. Calvary cemalery. Rosary services at 7: 30 p.m. Tuesday at the Kroeger funeral home. Friends may call there. District BAKER, ARTHUR V., 78, of Peru. Funeral services at 10:30 a.m. Thursday, .Drake-Flowei s funeral home, Peru. Burial in Roselawn, Ind. cemetery. Gall at the funeral home after 10 a.m. Wednesday. DAGGY, MRS. GLENN V., 64, of eral services at: 2 p.m. Thursday, Foster and Good funeral home, Rochester. Burial in Rochester IOOF cemetery. Call at the funeral home after 7 p.m. Tuesday. DEEL, MRS. SADIE A., 91, o Sockfield. Funeral services at ; p.m. Thursday, 'Gentry funera home, Camden. Burial in Rockfiel< IOQF cemetery. Call, at the funeral home after 7 p.m. Wednesday. JEPFERIES, ANCIL J., 83, of 4-11 ROUNDUP DELEGATES-A total of 47 Cass county 4-H Club members departed for. Purdue University Tuesday morning lo attend the 44th annual 4-H Roundup. . Heryey Kellogg, Cass Extension "agent, left, and Mrs. Beth Puett, Cass HD agent; far right, are shown giving their final instructions to a partial group of county delegates. Several of the delegates departed for the campus at Purdue earlier in the morning. (Staff Photo.) . and bulk still unsold; choice steers 25.75; good to mostly choice 25.0025.25; good with small end choice 24.00; standard holstein steers 21.00; good and choice mixed yearlings 24.50; standard to mostly good 22.75; mixed good and choice heifers 23.50; standard and. good 18.00-23.00; -cows 'and bulls steady; utility and commercial cows 15.00-16.50; a few 17.00; canners and cutters 13.50-15.00; utility and commercial bulls 18,0021.00; vealers steady; high choice and prime 31.00; good and choice 26.00-30.00; standard and low good 22.00-26.00. Sheep 225; spring lambs unevenly steady to 50 lower; choice and mixed choice and prime spring lambs 20.00-22.00; good to low choice 18.00-20.00; tilility and good 17.00. CHICAGO (UPI)—Livestock: Hogs 8,000; steady to 25 lower; •r\o 1-2 190-225 Ib 16.25-16.75; 180 head at 16.75; mixed No 1-3 180230 Ib 15.75-16.25; 230-250 Ib 15.2515.75; No 2-3 250-270 Ib 14.75-15.25; 270-290 tb 14.25-14.75; mostly No 3 290-325 Ib 13.75-14.25. Cattle 3,500, calves 25; steers average choice and 'better weak to fully 25 lower, low choice and below steady to weak; heifers steady to 25 lower; vealers steady part load average lo high choice 1110 Ib steers 26.00; bulk choice 950-1300 Ib 24.50-25.75; good 22.5024.00; mixed good and choice 24.00-24.50; choice heifers 24.2525.25; good 22.00-23.50; mixed good and choice 23.50 - 24.25; standard and good vealers 20.00- rural route 2, fflacy. Funeral services at 2 p.m. Thursday, Baptist church, . three miles north of Athens. Burial in Sycamore cemetery near Akron. Call at the Haupert funeral home after 2 p.m. Wednesday. MUSALL, MRS. MARGARET, 34, of rural route 2, Star City. Funeral services at 2 p.m. Wednesday, Fry and Lange funeral home, Winamac. Burial in Pro cemetery. Call at the funeral home. PORTER, MRS. ALSIE. 83, of Delphi. Funeral services at 2 p.m. Wednesday, Jackson funeral home, Delphi. Burial in Camden cem lery. Call at the funeral home. ROTH, ORVILLE M., 69, of Monticello. Funeral services at 10 ; 30 a.m. Wednesday, Aufenberg and White funeral home, Monticello, Burial in Riverview cemetery. Call at the funeral home. WERNER, EDDIE, 17, of Reynolds. Final rites are pending at the Miller funeral home in- Monticello. , Call at the funeral after 7 p.m. Wednesday. home 27.00. Sheep 500; spring slaughter lambs steady to 50 higher; few old crop lambs steady; choice and prime 85-100 Ib spring kmbs 23.00-25.50; good and choice 22.0023.00; mostly good'20.00 - 2L.OO; package good to mostly choice 106 Ib wooied slaughter lambs 19.00. CHIOAGO (UPD—Produce: Live poultry hens 18'/£; roasters 20'/ 2 -22, mostly 2iy 2 -22; special fed While Rock fryers 1814-19V4. . Cheese single daisies 38MJ40; longhorns 38'/i - 40'/£; processed loaf 36-38; Swiss Grade A 47-52; B 45-50. Butter about steady; 93 score 57; 92 score 57; 90 score 54!4; 89 score 53. Eggs about steady; white large extras 25; mixed large extras 25; mediums 21; standards 24. Eddie Werner, 17, of Reynolds, Succumbs; Final Rites Pending REYNOLDS - Eddie Werner, 17, of Reynolds, died' at 5 p.m. .Monday at St. Elizabeth's hospit- ' al in Lafayette following an illness of six months. He had been a patient at the hospital two weeks. Born in Monon on Feb. 10, 1945, he was the son of Walter Artis Kellenburger Werner. and He was a junior at the'Reynolds high school and at one time attended school in Monticello. He was active in all sports and was a member of' the Little League State Championship team from Monticello in 1957. He attended the Guernsey Brethren church. He was a member of the Black Widows Auto Club in Monticello. Survivors include his mother, Mrs. Artis Thoma's, Reynolds; a brother, Mickey Werner, at home; his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Kellenburger and Mrs. John Werner, all of Reynolds and his great . grandmother, Mrs. Creighton Clark, Reynolds:', • Final rites arc pending at the Miller ftineral'home in Monticello: Friends may call at the, funeral home after 7 p.m. Wednesday. Heavy Rain Over Most Of Nation By United Press International Thunderclouds washed parts ol :he nation from the plains to the Atlantic Coast with more'than an nch of rain Monday night anc early today. Spring storms lashec wrtions of four states with high winds and hail. Snow sprinkled valleys,in west ern Montana. Funnel clouds were spotted in Nebraska and Texas Childress, Tex., was drenehec with 1.22 inches of rain in a six- iour period during the right. In one hour, about %-inch .of rain soaked Charleston, W.Va. Earlier a 40-minute cloudburs swamped Houston, .Tex,, with more than Iwo inches of rain Downpours of about an inch ant a half drenched Louisville, Ky. and suburbs of Cleveland, Ohio in a six-hour period. Two twisters churned across open rangeland on the Texas Panhandle, with no injuries or property damage reported, Winds up to 75 miles an hour drove the heavy rain in, the Houston area, where some streets' were .flooded Monday. ' Hail and winds of up to 65 miles an hour whipped northeastern Colorado, southeastern • Montana, and western portions of the Dakotas and Nebraska Monday evening. A funnel cloud was reported Monday: near Grant, Neb. Severe thunderstorm's hit Billings and Miles City, Mont. Freezing tern-' peratures'and snow flurries chilled high valley -areas of western Montana.: Thunderstorms at Cleveland in the afternoon knocked out electric service to thousands of suburbanites as } well as downtown traffic lights, Two conslructipn workers were hurt by lightning. Some streets were flooded, Give Da mages For Injuries Cass Circuit Judge Norman Gesling awarded damages to two }oys for injuries they sustained in ocal accidents last year immediately after friendly damage suits were filed in their behalf Tues- dav morning in circuit court. Stephen Reynolds, 6-year-old son of Melvin Reynolds, was awarded $2,000, and Arron David Stamper, 5 ! /i-year-old. son ..' of -lyde E. Stamper, was awarded S782.68 for his' injuries. THE SUIT BY Reynolds against ^Thomas Bohrbaugh and Maiben's Laundry, Inc., alleged that the boy on Jan. 12, 1961, was traveling through an alley adjacent to the laundry loading dock when a laundry truck driven by Rohrbaugh backed into him. causing severe head injuries and a cerebral concussion. The suit by Stamper alleged that the boy was crossing Front Street when he was struck by a car driven by George Dwight Osborn 'as it traveled southwest immediately north of the West Broadway intersection. The boy suffered a fractured right leg and head injuries. HILLIS AND Hillis- represented the plaintiff in the Reynolds case and the defendant in the Stamper case, while Miller, Tolbert, and Hirschauer represented the" defendant in the Reynolds case and the plaintiff in the Stamper case. File More Primary Expense Reports Six more Cass county primary candidates have reported expenditures lo County Clerk Clarence Seltlemyre. They are: Earl Palmer, candidate for prosecutor, $362.10; Kevin Hooley, candidate for prosecutor, $262.12; Claude Berkshire, candidate for sheriff, $162.09; Charles Hanley, for councilman-at-large $14.35; Bern Grubb,' for joint representative of Cass and Carrol counties, $231.28; and Floyd Davidson, for Noble township trustee $4.60. ' ' Those reporting no expense were William Dale Winters, for Tipton township trustee;, James A. .Sail ors and Robert Heckard, for Clin ton township trustee; -. Howarc Goodrich, for Boone township trus tee; Ralph Nelson, for count; council; Carl Rentschler, for Beth lehem township trustee; Weldon Anderson, for Miami trustee; am School Board Acts On Major Issues The Logarisport school board, 'onday night denied wage ,in- reases sought by school custod- ins'and matrons. The custodians had asked a 10 a .month, increase .-.effective mmedialely and $15 a month hike an. 1. The matrons had sought 25-cent.hourly wage increase. : Before the' requests were made, le board had granted .a- $10 a month increase, .effective ,Jan, JT the custodians, and individual /age increases to some matro'ns. AN APPROPRIATION of $15,00 was approved to pay prelim- nary fees to the two architect rms which have been working n plans for the proposed Stadium nd Columbia junior high schools. The sum when approved by the :ate tax board, will be split even- between the firms Medland nd Bowman, which designed the olumbi'a school, and Henry C. Volf, which has worked with the tadium school. Donald O'Nejill, board president, aid the board will consider at its uly meeting a possible 'change the city's kindergarten admis- Charles Binney, trustee. Jr., for Noble JUDGE SEEKS REELECTION INDIANAPOLIS (UPI)—Former Indiana Appellate Court. Judge Wilbur Royse, Indianapolis, has announced he will seek another ferm on the court, Royse served as Appellate Cour judge for. 16 years but was de foaled for reelection ,in ;1958. He .plans to file, as a candidate for nomination to the . court at the Republican state convention June 19. . •' ' Arthur V. Baker, 78, Succumbs i.n Peru PERU—Arthur V. Baker, 78, o .53 E. Madison .St., died at th ?eru Nursing Home 'at, 3:15 p.m Monday. He was a .retifisct labor er, and" had .lived .in Peru, 15 years. ' .'••;. He was born in,Indiana on'Feb 14, 1884. His .marriage was to 3mma Flagg and she died Apri :9,-1962. , - - .,, . . Survivors'include a^son, Arthu: VI., and two brothers,:; Bert an< Tim Baker, all of Roselawn anc several grandchildren. Funeral services will be heli at 10:30 a.m. Thursday, ,at thi Drake-Flowers funeral home ii Peru with Rev. 'William E. Bar oey officiating. Burial will be in the Roselawn,' Ind,; cemetery. Friends may call at..the funera home after 10 a.m. Wednesday. Star City Resident Seeking Two Dogs STAR,CITY — Burley Riser, rural route 1, Star City,. ; is seel ing the. owner of,two Beagle doj who bit his son on May 25. Tf incident occurred ! pn Mofida; May 25 while the son, Ralph :Ki ser, 18, was working at a farm mile south, of Star City. . Riser's physician told the', f am ily that'the two .dogs should b tied up for the-two-weeks rabi test period. • . ,' .Anyone fcn'ow about these dog should contact Burley Riser Star City 595-6132. ' " " : oster Wins Scholarship In Nursing James Kenneth Foster, son of ~.r. and Mrs. Elmer Foster, route city, who has been an outstand ng attendant at the Logansport tale hospital since July, 1960, has een approved for a nursing edu ; ation at stale expense, it was an- ounced Tuesday by Donald irown, director of nursing at jongcliff. * Foster will leave Sept. 1 for flie HcLean School of Nursing, Wa- erly, Mass. After three years of raining at Longcliff expense he will return to the .local hospital s a registered nurse. TO RECEIVE this assistance an ttendant must 'have done put- landing work for at,least a year, must meet the entrance require- nents in the School of Nursing, nd must agree' IP work at leasi iree years in an Indiana menta ospital after completng his nurs- ng education. Foster is the second Longclif! imploye to obtain a nursing edu> :ation in this manner. Paul Ma> ile was the first. In this way the slate obtains mich needed psychiatric nursing jersonnel .without taking the nurs s from other states, where thej re equally needed, Brown pointec .ut. . ' '-.'. 435 Fatalities Dn Hoosierland Highways to Date By United Press International Indiana's. 1962; traffic;toll- stbo< at 435 today, sharply raised Mon .ay when, three''persons were dlled in a one-car crash two mile west of Pierceton. ,.' ; . . Those fatally .injured w,ere Ida Cook, 65, New York. City, Anna Johnson, Terry town, N.Y.,' anc ,lsie Kneuer, 72, Terrylown, N.Y Miss Kneuer died at Murph; Medical Center in Warsaw abou ,wo hours after the; crash. ,Th other two -were killed instantly. Police said the car went out control when it blew a tire, anc Ihe vehicle went over an embank ment. A fourth occupant, Thelrri Kilmer, 66, New York City', wa injured critically, Dennis Braddock, . Evansville was jkilled earlier Monday whe his o'^rhit.a semi-trailer driven b Lloyd Cox, Fort Wayne four mile south of Huntington. . Your daily newspaper is th best 'shopping guide for wearin apparel. Women's specialty stores advertise, in' newspapers to: ^the extent,of spending 9 out of 10 of their promotion dollars there; men's apparel stores, 8 to 9 of every 10 dollars. on policy, PRESENTLY, children are en- olled who are five years old by ept, 1 of the year they.-enter undergarten. However, -a,j;equest as.been made tq. admit at an arlier age children. who have iown high intelligence as the re- ult of .tests. ; ' ..• School Superintendent Carl Zimmerman has contacted 70 schools n the state in a. .survey, to determine kindergarten admission poli- ies elsewhere. Some, 40' schools ave replied to date and a report n the results: of the survey is to presented at the July board meeting-. ' DUNCAN TURNER, 2217 Otto t., appeared at the meeting lo iscuss a physical education program for elementary schools, •oard members indicated they lay discuss such a program at leir next meeting. In other business, the board warded contracts to the Indiana 'aper Co. for 2,000 reams of aper-on a bid of 84-cenl? a ream nd to Citizens Coal and Supply 'p. for 250 gallons of paint on a 'id ol $2.98 a gallon. Two bids were received on con- rete work at schools. The con- ract will be 'awarded after tudy of the specifications. U. S. Censors Blasted by Senator WASHINGTON (UPI) - Sen ohn Stennis, D-Miss., said today government censors are overdoing : when they chop up statements >y military leaders to be given n secret to congressional com mittees. The chairman of the specia senate subcommittee 1 investigat ng military censorship said "if ust irritation to see some of these talemenls with words crossec ml." . "A public statemenl is a diffei ent matter," he said. He made the comments afte lis group finished its 34th hearing n the inquiry into speech review iplicies of the defense and stal departments. Stennis told Undersecretary Itate George W, Ball he woul make a strong recommendatio p the. full armea services com mittee that there be no. censor ihip of statements to be made executive sessions of congression al panels. Penlagon witnesses ar restraint at such ..sessions, bu heir prepared stalements ar subject to review. Other, congressional news: Taxes: The Senate Financ Committee :resumed work President Kennedy's' 240-page ta >ill. Treasury Secretary Dougla Dillon was summoned to a closet session to outline admiriistratio revisions in the sections dealin with foreign taxes. Aid: Sen. John M. Sparkman D-AIa., opened debate on the ac ministration foreign aid; bill b calling il a "realistic approach I United; Slates: interests abroad. The;acting chairman of the Sen ate Foreign Relations Committee which approved the.bill, isaid would also- be, a' needel buffer ! "the- pressure of Communist im perialism." Hope Awarded Degree WASHINGTON (UPI) —• Bo Hope, who never finished hig school, was .made''an honorar doctor of humane leters Monda because of his achievements as comedian. • The ski-nosed funnyman w awarded the .degree ,by Georg : town University ,at'; an outdoi commencement exercise in whii his 22-year-old son, Anthony, gra uated with ; honors as a bacheli of arts. Logansport, Indiana, Pharos-Tribune Eleven COMMUNITY BRIEFS Around Town Births MEMORIAL: Born to Mr. and irs. James Hachetl, 820 E. Maret, a daughter. Born to Mr. and Irs. Arthur Fross, Camden, a aughter. Born to Mr. and Mrs. lelvin Mullins, Camden, a son. ST. JOSEPH'S:- Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Williams', 16 B street, are Brents of a daughter. • -•-• Hospital Notes MEMORIAL — Admitted: Ray imTey, route 1, Royal Center; Mrs. Eleanor Deane, 1011 North; Valter Starkey, 2200 Oakland; tfrs. Beatrice Moore, 1624 Erie. Msmissed: John Anderson, 1015 Vine; Paul Benn, 1705 Woodlawn; Mrs. Elizabeth Closson, 1216 High; Mrs. Bessie Cohee,. 808 .North; laymond . Downs, route 2; Miss Sheila Edwards, 1506 Spear; Mrs. Gerald Hartman and son, Flora; Vance Johns, route 1 2; Wallace er, 5105 High St. Rd.; Harry Nelson, route 1, Galveston; Frank- ^ncil Jefferies, 83, etired Farmer, Dies; inal Rites Thursday MACY- Ancil J. 'Jefferies, 83 rural route 2,-Macy, a •retiree rmer, died at 6 a.m. Tuesda_ the Woodlawn 'hospital in Ro lester following .an•'; illness o ve days. .'..' • Born March 6,. 1879-in Fultoi ounty, • he was the son, of Jar s and Elizabeth Thompson Je ries, His marriage in 1905 wa i Lena Clifton. . He was a,member of the Pleas nt Hill; Methodist church. Survivors include his widow; a aughter, Mrs. Maureen Krieg, luhcie; a son Don, Decater, Ind.; ve grandchildren and five great- randchildren. ' .. • , He was. the last of a family of ne children. . • . ' " . Funeral services will be held ",. 2 p.m. Thursday at the Bapst church, located three, miles orth of Athens, with Rev. Ron- Id Harshman officiating. Burial ill., be 'in Sycamore "'cemetery f ir .Akron. .'. Friends may call' at the Haupert uneral home in Akron after 2 m, Wednesday. Vtrs. Glenn Daggy, 64, )iesat Rochester, ROCHESTER— Mrs. Glenn V. >aggy, 64, of 129 W., Sixth St., 'idow of Adelberl Daggy, died t the home of her daughter, Mrs. ohn Madlem 614 Jefferson St., Rochester, at 2:30 am. Tuesday ollowing an illness of one year. Born Feb. 14, 1898 in Fulton ounty, she was the daughter of ,ewis and Lina Johnston Sheets, {er first marriage on Oct. 20, 918 was to Fred Newby and he receded her in death; Her mar iage to Adelbert Daggy was on March 6, 1934 and he died July .1, 1958. She was a member of the Firs I Japtist church, Woman's Union and the Epsilon Gamma class 01 he church. Survivors include a daughter flrs.' Doris Madlem; three grand children; two sisters, Mrs. 'Mil dred Read and Miss Marty 'Sheets, both of Rochester; and 'our brothers, John W. Sheets :restline, .Calif.; I. Dee, Sheet? Seattle, Wash.; Donald H. Sheets 3t, Louis and Arthur I. Sheets Rochester. A son and three sis ,ers preceded her in death. Funeral services will be hel( at 2 p.m. Thursday at the Foste and Good funeral home; in Ro Chester with Rev. James Rhoad; officiating. Burial will be in lh< Slochester IOOF cemetery. Friends may call at'the funera Tome after 7 p.m. Tuesday. Shinabargers Cut, Bruised In Accident Mr, and Mrs. Charles Shinabar >er, owners of North Drugs' i Logansport, suffered facial cut and bruises when involved in .wo-car collision on old U. S. 3 short distance from the inter section of Indiana 2 Sunday. • The Shiriabarger car collide with one driven by-M, R. Free man of Valparaiso when Freeman made E-U. r t, turn in front of- th [/ogansport couple's auto in an 31 tempt to enter, a roadside'busines drive. The Shinabargers were ' hot thrown against the window their car. They, were taken Porter County Hospital" wher Mrs. Shinabarger required stitches to dose, her wounds an Shinabarger had 21. Both were re leased.after treatment. ., No one in the Freeman ear wa injured seriously. The local couple wa"s oh the! way to Chicago to hear the a ternoon address of Rev. Bill Graham. ONWARD GRANGE . Members of the Onward Grang will meet at 8 p.m. Thursday a the Grange Hall. The communil service committee will hav charge of. the program. An org£ recital will be the feature of th evening. ,"" . in Noble, route 4; Harold Stuart, route 1. ST. JOSEPH'S-Admitlcd: Master John Bellinger, 306 E. Water; Master James Steinhilber, route 4; James Arvin, 1614 Wright; Miss Candy Townsend, 41S'/i W. Market; Mrs. Lucille Roth,, route 2, Star City; Mrs. Anna Parcel, Win.' amac; Miss Barbara Marschand, Burrows; Miss Marilyn Cahalan route 4; Ralph Knepper, 814 Twentieth; Mrs.. Helen Unger, 720V4 North; Miss Deblra Melroy, Lu c'erne. Dismissed: Master Stanley Stephenson, route 1, Denver; Ba by. Gordon May, Medaryville; Mrs Bernard Wolf and son, 84 Eigh teenth; Mrs. Edward Dwyer. and son, 2305' E. Broadway; Mrs Phyllis Woodruff, 217 Western MONTICILLO Dismissals: . Saturday — Mrs Larry Crabb and daughter, 622 orth Illinois; Infant Ronni hidler,, Franeesvillfe; Miss Luon Wilson, Idaville. Sunday — i. Thomas Ashton, 129 S. II- lois; Miss Barbara Donahue, 20.Hillside West Drive, India- apolis; .Mrs. Robert Shorter, oute 4, Winamac; Martin Snyer, route 6. Monday—Miss Reecca Mayhill, 526'/ 2 North Third. • -•-• ustice Court Two. Kokomo men were fined [onday afternoon-on .their pleas f guilly in the local justice of jeace court. Joseph Lewis, 6, arrested May 27 by Trooper ohn Gaylor, was fined ?5 and osls. Wayne Jackson, arrested unday by William Kerber, eon- ervation officer, was fined $1 nd costs for operating a motor oat without a life preserver for very occupant. • Admitted: Airman 1/C Harold >Jau, T/Sgt, Russell Cole, Airman 1C Ronald Tyler, Airman Basic Mary Circuit Court The estate of the late Dudley Chase Palmer, 81, who died May :, was estimated at $20,000 in eal estate and $1,000 in personal iroperly when it was opened Tuesday in circuit court with (he ap- joinlment of Richard Middletori, Culver, a nephew, as adminislra- or. Earl Palmer, another nephew, is attorney for (he estate. A sis- .er, two nephews and twn nieces' are listed as heirs. Four counts of fo'gecy against Joseph Emrah and one count against William C. Baber were; dismissed Tuesday in circuit court at flic request of Prosecuton Earl Palmer since each already lad been sentenced on forgery charges. ' The divorce suit of Louis Harrison against Doris Harrison, ven- ued to Cass from the Miami circuit court, has been set for trial June 27, The damage suit of Roy Brooks against Edward Burns and Don Larson, venued here from Miami; has been set for trial Junu 14, • -•-• Marriage Licenses William Plait, 22, of 2013 Spear SI., and Barbara Winings, 17, of rural route 2, Walton. John Price, 24, of rural route 2', Walton, and Pauline Davis, 19; 1821 North St. Kennetli Wisehart, 21, of Elwood, and Susan Dee Rowe, 20, of 2419 Stadium Drive. Willard Wray, Jr., 20, of rural route 2, city, and Linda Lee Deeter, 21, of: rural route 3, city. Robert Branlley, 18, of Russiaville, and Linda Lee Moon, 19, of 3731 U. S. 24E, ,Stephen Steckel, 19, of 215 Eighth St., and Eileen Sue Lewis, 18, of 2515 Hillside Drive. • -• —• Five members of the Salvation Vrmy Liidifj Home League al- ended a .neeting in Indianapolis' ecently. They were Mrs. Frank Larson, Mrs. Charles Sherman, flrs. Dorothy Gasho, Mary Ann >herman and Judy Whitemam 'lans were made for the territor- al Home League Institute in Wis- onsin this month and a meeting n August al Camp Elm Oak. • • «-• Mike Emler and Bob Justice, 'Ogansport high school students', will be among 2,000 Key Clubbers and their adult advisers who will attend the 19th annual conveh- ion of Key Club Internal ioital July 14 nt Long Beach, Calif. • ' »-•-• Sp/4 Robert A, Kraay, son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Kraay, Mon- icello, has been transferred to Germany.: Kraay recently finished a 22-month tour of duty in the wspital laboratory at Fort Leonard Woo-3, Mo., and spent last week visiting his parents and his {enneth'. Terman, Mrs. dopre'and Michael Hehin. Dismissed: Airman 3/C Theodoras Van Lier, Airman 3/C Ron- Id Kirsky, Mrs. Margaret Settle, Irs.-.Jewcll Wilkerson and Mrs, dildred McFarlin. Births; • A daughter to S/Sgt. and Mrs. Gerald Ffclker. Vlrs. Sadie Deel, 91, Succumbs in Camden; : inal Rites Thursday CAMDEN •— Mrs. Sadie A. Deel 91, of Roukfield, widow of Johi Deel, died Tuesday morning a he Goodwill Nursing Home in Camden following an illness of on year. Born in Carroll county on Ocl 17, 1870, she was the daughter o Slias_ and Roseann Porter Plank -fer marriage was on June £ L897 and. he died in 1941. She was a member of (he Rock 'ield Presbyterian church. Survivors include a son, L. .1 3eel, Rockfield;- two grandchi dren and seven great-grandchil dren. Funeral services will be held a 2 p.m. .Thursday ,at the Gentry 'uneral home in Camden wit lev. Cecil Atkinson officiating Jurial will be in (he Rockfiel :OOF cemetery. Friends may call at the funeral lome after 7 p.m. Wednesday. Cass Jr. Leaders To Meet Friday Hervey Kellogg, Cass Extension agent, has announced a conference of Cass county Junior 4-H leaders will be held at the Extension of- 'ice on Friday, June 8 at 4 p.m. Purpose of the session is to arrange a program for the county Junior Leader meeting 'on June 18. readers invited to the planning session recently attended (lie "Let's Demonstrate" , section at the district conference; aunt, Mrs. Carl Elliott, of Logansport. «-•-• • Results of play by the Men's Duplicatii: Bridge club Monday evening »t the YWCA are as follows: i?aul Kraut and Martin Levy, firsL; Dick Elliott and Gene Strange, second; Edwin Busjahn and John Klein, third; Dr. Paul Shidler and Sam Helvie, fourth. *-•-• Special decoration services will be held at the Hoover-Snyder cemetery, located two miles south of Deaccn, at 2:30 p.m. Sunday, June 10. Rev. W. C. Holmes, of Logansport, will be Hie guest speaker. The prcgram will be held in the Upper Dfter Creek Church of the Brethren in case of rain. . •-•—• George Combs, 22, of rural route 6, city, was placed in the Cass county jail after lie was arrested by- city police at Sixteenth and Market Streets shortly after 2 a.m. Tuesday. He was charged with speeding and disorderly conduct and will appear in city court Wednesdny night, • -•-• Lute Michaels, of 722 High St.,' Monday reported the theft of a Social Sscurity check for $75 from a I.Eiblc in his room. He told police he had one visitor and police are checking the possibility, the chedc was cashed in a Lo- ganspqrt .Store. •-•-•• Police extinguished a firp. in a 1948 (rude Monday afternoon. The truck wa > owned by Cecil Nether- cult, of 211 Park'Ave,, and the fire star-led while it was parked at the Ntslhercutt residence. Damage was to the battery and wiring of the truck. • -• — • Mrs. Gerald Raderstorf and her three children will leave Thursday for ^Okinawa where her husband is :r:bw ! serving with the U.S. Air Force. Mrs. Eaderslorf i u '.ne former Louise Lombards. Sale Calendar June 6—-Pat & Dorothy McHale ..: Roy Grume June 8—Cutter' & Lawrence .,'..,. .Shepherd & Rudd June 9—Berkshires Keith Berkshire June 9—Minnie A- Maxwell Rineharts Aucts. June 16—Kenneth- Orem Sr T.'iiompson & Rinehart June 16—Floyd Eakins .Roy Grume June 23—Earl Jordon Estate ; .. .Rineharte, Aucts. f

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