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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 9

Logansport, Indiana
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Thursday, June 7, 1962
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Thursday Evening, June 7, 1962. Spring Creek CWF Holds Installation Of New Officers Installation oE officers highlighted the Wednesday afternoon meeting of the Spring Creek CWF at the home of Mrs. Laura Simpson. The meeting opened with singing followed by prayer by Mrs. Gertrude Hall.'Mrs, Delia Gerrard offered devotions. Secretary and treasurer reports were read. Announcement was made of a church-cleaning session Saturday afternoon, June S, at 1 o'clock. Five daily devotions, 163 Bible chapters and 16 missionary books were reported read. The lesson on South America was given by Mrs. Gerrard. Mrs. June Crimmins was honored on her birthday after which new officers were installed by Mrs. Jennie Callender as follows: Mrs. June Crimmins, president; Mi's. Zula Zoakes, vice-president; Mrs. Margaret Moore, secretary; Mrs. Mildred Harvey and Mrs. Gladys Moore, treasurers'; Mrs. Sharon • Gillen, study director; Mrs. Callender, service director. The door prize was won by Mrs. Evelyn Johnston. Ladies League Stages Annual Fete The Salvation Army Ladies Home League entertained the Cradle Roll Mothers and their babies at the annual departmental party recently. , The 35 pre-school children present, received toys as gifts anc Mrs. Dorothy Gastio won the door prize. , Others receiving surprise gifts •and game prizes were Myrtle Ot : to, Willadean Ginn and Lucille Bobbins. Mrs. Major Larson lee group singing and devotions anc Mrs. Clarence Baker conducted the games. There were 57 guesfs present. Study Smoking WASHINGTON (UPI).—Surgeon General Luther Terry announcec today that a "comprehensive re view" of the impact of smoking upon health will be sponsored by the U.S. Public Health Service, Terry said that he is appointinj an "expert advisory committee' to study all the available data on the subject, evaluate it, ant "make whatever recommenda tions may be appropriate." Ordnance experts figure tha every Confederate soldier shot in the Civil War cost the Federa" Army 240 pounds of powder anc BOO pounds of lead. Olive Branch Aid D lans Election At July Picnic The Olive Branch Ladies Aid met recently at the home of Mrs. Leon Crippea with Josephine Vanatta and Edith Holiday assisting. The President, Mrs. Lee Ashby, apened the meeting by reading 'The Silly Seed," followed with jroup singing led by Nellie Me- 3rew. Devotions were given by Mrs. Crippen.. She also read two articles, "Prayer Meeting Dies" and 'A Tribute to Father." Mrs. Don Wilson led the group in prayer. Roll call was answer- e<J with "my father's full name." Reports were given and bills presented for the Mothers and Daughters Supper and. Bible School material. The members will serve the supper in July for the Brotherhood meeting of the Rochester men's group. Henrietta Webb, Josephine St. Clair and Fannie Coffman were appointed to nominato officers for the coming year, to be voted on at the next meeting which will be a picnic at the Rochester City Park'. ' The meeting was dismissed,with singing and prayer 'by Mabel Reed. ... There were 21 members and two visitors,. Mrs. Jerry Henderson and Mrs. Don Wilson, present. Following refreshments served by the hostesses, '.- contests' were enjoyed and gifts won by Katie Gault and Ruth Rentschler. Mrs. Henderson guessed and 'received the contents of the mystery box. Hear Billy Graham On Trip to Chicago Members and guests of the Miami township HD club look a bus trip to Chicago Tuesday to hear a sermpn'by evangelist-Billy Grahamjduring a crusade' held al the McCormick Place convention hall. They also visited the Museum of Science and Industry and Garfield Park Conservatory. During a guided tour of the city, the group went to Chinatown, stopping to see the Chinese Temple Sixteen members went on the trip along with the following guests: Gussie Bostic, Gretna Bowmanj Bessie Gripe, Jean Hartley, Cleyla Jones, Mary Cripe, Judy Little, Marie Mays Dorothy Collins, Hilda Schmidt Sarah Bowman, Opal Taylor anc Evelyn Ehase. The committee in charge of the trip was Garnett Long, Alice Long and Bonnie Rush. Read the Want Ads! PUBLIC AUCTION As we have sold-our farm and are moving'to town, we will sell the following at public auction at the farm located & mile north of Winamac on State Road 35, to Winamac Sale Barn, then west % mile or south o£ Bass Lake on State Road 35 to Winamac Sale Earn, then Ys mile west (watch for sale signs), beginning at 11:00 a.m., on SATURDAY, JUN'E 9 IMPLEMENTS—1956 640 series Ford tractor, good rubber, 2.00C hours, very good condition; 1959 mtd. Ford 2-row planter; mtd. 2-14" Ford plow; Ford pulley for Ford tractor; Ford P. T. 0.; 1957 Ford combine, A-l condition; Ford mtd. rear 2-row cult.; rear Ford scoop; Dearborn rear blade for tractor; Dearborn mtd. spring tooth harrow; Birch mtd. 2-row rotary hoe; Birclrmtd. 10-ft. spike tooth harrow; Ford wagon, 14-in. high; Bradley wagon, 24 in high; Wisconsin 7-h.p. air-cooled motor; %-h.p. electric motor; implement wheel and tire 550x16, like new; cement mixer; forge; 2 good Lantz coulters; mandrel and saw; J. D. 6-ft. tandem disc; 3. D. EasyrFlo.S-ft.;, dump rake; Case horse drawn mower; Superior Oliver 13 hole drill on steel with grass and fertilizer attachments; 1952 Wood Bros, corn picker; Int. side delivery rake; Int. spreader; small Cardinal 20-ft. grain elevator with motor and belt; 3-ton hydraulic jack; 1000-lb. Fairbanks platform scales; 300-lb. Morman feed mixer with motor and belt; 4 single hog houses, 6x8; double hog house, 6x16; steel chicken nest, 10 hole; 6 chicken feeders; pile of lumber including 1", 2x4 and 2x6 in a variety of lengths; 100 White Oak split posts; 5 steel drills; 6-ft. ladder; 16-ft. ladder; 2 hog waterers, 15-gal., equipped with lamps; three 50-bu. capacity -feeders; 4 steel .hog troughs; wooden hog trough; steel rubber-tired wheel barrow; two 50-gal. oil barrels equipped with faucets; 30-gal. barrel with spigot; tarpaulin, 12x15, new; 300-chick electric brooder, like new; hay fork and track carrier and 2 pulleys; steel de-horners; leg vise and bench; screw jack; 25 electric fence posts and wire; 175 electric fence insulators; 5-gal. sprayer, new; a number of feet of corrugated tin roofing.- MISCELLANEOUS—Cross-cut saw; hand saws; one-man saw; Cyclone grass seeder; 5-gal. gas buckets; several 26-inch woven wire spools; steel post driver; post-hole digj;er; 3 block and tackles; shovels; anvils; scoops; forks; woven wire stretchers with clamps; log chains; cow chains; teat bucket; pile of iron junk. FURNITURE—5 legged antique drop' leaf table and 4 odd chairs; • legged table, 4 chairs and buffet set; oak 5 legged table; oak cabinet; cherry cabinet; marble top antique dresser; small antique rocker; 2 saddle seat rockers; 2 rockers; one overstuffed chair, one leather rocker; small wood wash stand; cardboard chest; folding cot; steel bed and one antique bed; Hollywood bed; 2 ice boxes; shop cabinet; 9x12 linoleum; Coleman 2-burner gas stove; set oi Deerfield silverware and set of misc. silverware; antique Round Oak stove; Co-Op cooker, 18 qt; antique waffle iron; antique pancake griddle; laundry tub and bench; steel tub and lavatory set; 12-gal, crock; 24-gal. crock; butchering saw and sausage grinder; fruit jars; 12 mugs; old pictures and frames; coal oil lamps and miscellaneous items. 12-gauge Hopkins-Allen double barrel gun. TERMS7-CASH. No property to T>e removed until settled for. Not responsible in case of accidents. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Glawe, Owners Lunch by Pleasant Hill Church Auct., Ray Daugherty. , Clerks, Dilts Bros. NEED CASH! $25 to $500 iPhone, Wnite or Stop in and see WIAWECAlSSii. PHOINE&U16 FREE Budget Counseling Service 348 4th St. logansport, Ind. togansport, Indiana Hiaros-Tribmie Z"0/T€R'y -Spec-ail Purchase for DAD! modern styling, foam cushioned comfort, and a money - saving price can be yours with a nationally famons BERKLINE chair. Your Choice $ Reg. $99.95 79 $1 per week 'Rediner or Swivel Rocker OPEN Mon. r ITues. Tihurs., Sat. 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Wed. 9 a.m. to Noon FRIDAY 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. Giant 41 inch High Foam Rediner covered all over in leather-lie vinelle plastic or combination 100% nylon and vinelle plastic Let the really big man try this for size. The soft, pillowed 1 back is 41" high,so you'll have plenty of space to stretch out in. You'll get extra comfort too in the big 4" foam seat and you won't have to worry about sag, for it-will always hold its shape. . ' • • , Covered in long-wearing, all-over glove-soft.vinelle foam-backed plastic or dur-' .able combination nylon on seat and back and vinelle on'the rest of the chair. No problem .in cleaning, just wipe off With a damp-cloth. Solidly constructed for years of service. You won't believe it's possible to get so much luxury at such low cost. Choice of tasteful colors: white, beige, green, -gold, brown. 41 inch High Giont Swivel Rocker covered in 100% nylon and cushioned with long-lasting comfort abb foam Designed wtih the really big man in mind, wtih its massive 41" high back, pillowed for extra comfort. You'll feel pampered- when you sink down in all the luxury of a foam seat, and foam padded arms, headrest and back. Covered in all-over, glove-soft vinelle foam,backed plastic or combination nylon on seat and back and vinelle on the rest of the chair. Berklins's famous "Full Disc", swivel base won't tip over, and the chair is so easy to move around, you won't have any worries about cleaning under or behind it. Choies of striking colors. Gold, turquoise, biege, brown. Comfort can be beautiful, and at a modest pricp, too. . . ' • ' . YOUR 'CHOKE 20 $1 DOWN 'DELWBHiS YOUR C CWOtCE 30 $1 DOWN DBUtViBRlS YOUR CHOICE 50 $1 DOWN DELIVERS YOUR CHOICE $ 95 $1 DOWN DELIVERS SIMILAR TO PICTURE Jumbo 36" Wide Steel Wardrobe Reg. $27,95. 63" fall, 34" wide, has hatshelf and full length hanging -garment bar. Brown enamel finish. Heavy steel. *20 $1 Weekly 3-Pc. 6 Yr, Crib Outfit SIMILAR TO PICTURE Reg. $39.95. Crib with drop- side. Plastic Teething rails. Adjustable spring, wetpraof washable mattress. *30 $1. Weekly SIMILAR TO PICTURE 8-Pc. Bunk Bed Outfit Includes 2 bunk beds, guard ratlt ladder, 2 springs and 2 pad mattresses. Lustrous finish. *50 $1 Weekly SIMILAR TO PICTURE 3-Pc. Modern Bedroom Suite Double drasser sparkling mirror, bookcase bed and chest 1 all In beautflul walnut finish. *95 $7 Weekly JU, SIMILAR TO PICTURE Famous 'Make Mattress Comfortably firm resilient !n- nercoili, heavy woven cover. Full or twin size. $20 $1 Week!/ SIMILAR TO PICTURE CHROME-PltAlSTlkC 5-P. Dinette Set Pfaitic top, heat and stain resistant, 4 chairs are upholstered in comfortable easy clean plastic. Table and chain tegs end "trim In chrome. $1 Weekly SIMILAR TO PICTURE SMARiT MODERN SleepjLouttger Makes nita a com forte bio bed for 2. Has concealed bedding section bouyanf in- nersprlngi. $50 $1 Weekly SIMILAR TO PICTURE 2-Pc. Living Room Suite 2 piece suite in modern decorator Fabric. Resilient spring construction wtih foam reversible cushions. *95 $2 Weekly

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