Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on June 7, 1962 · Page 10
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Ten Logansport, Indiana Pharos-Tribune Thursday Eveninu, June 7,I9R!. PERU— Ditch Bids To Be Let On June 18 : PERU — Bids will be opened ; Monday, June 18, on the cleanout of a part of the Mills Ditch in the ! north part of Miami County and ; parts of Fulton and Cass Coun' ties. ' The bids will be opened at 9 • a.m. in the office of County Sur'. veyor Harrold Norris. ', The petition for the cleanout of • the upper end of the Holland .' branch of the ditch was filed by ; Ernest Hattery and others. Peti• tion for work on the lower end ; was requested by Raymond War• ner. '. Two contracts for the work will ' be let, one for the lower end or • main portion from Tributary No. i-2 to the outlet or lower end just • south of Ind 16 in Cass County. ' The other contract will be for I the upper end of the main ditch • and the Holland branch, accord'. ing to Norris. ; Although there will be two sep• arate contracts, Norris said the ' work may be done by one con• tractor or by more than one, this ', depending upon the bids submit ; ted. • The Mills Ditch' begins in Allen ! Township and extends, across the ; full length of Union Township, < ending in Cass County. GOVERNOR INVITED Gov. Matthew E. Welsh will be the guest of honor at the Miami County Jefferson -, Jackson Day Banquet to be held Wednesday evening, June 27. • The affair will be held in the • 4-H Community Building at 6:30 p.m., according to Russell Gallahan, county chairman. '. Richard Schmidt and Mrs. '. Dwight Kinzie, are serving as cochairmen of the event. : TO ATTEND MEETING A large delegation from the Peru Elks Lodge No. 365 will go to ' French Lick this week-end for ; the installation of Gerald L. Pow " ell, a past exalted ruler of the .' Peru lodge who is expected to be ; installed as president of the state '• organization Sunday.. ;' The session will open at 3 p.m. • Thursday with registration. '• Powell as vice-president of the ; Northwest District, will extend • the official welcome to the dele' gation Friday morning. Nomina '. tion for officers will be conduct• ed at 11 a.m. Friday. ". The Peru High School Swing ; Choir and Belles will present sev- • eral programs at the state meet'. ing under the direction of James • Noble. They will leave by charter • ed bus early Saturday morning. They are scheduled to .give a • program during the intermission '. at 9:45 a.m. Saturday and during the Memorial Service at 11 a.m. • They will appear again at the La .' dies Luncheon in the west dining 1 room at 1 p.m. ami will present • a concert in the Hotel Lobby at ". 3 p.m. • WSCS GROUP TO :MEET JUNE 13 :AT TWELVE MILE ; TWELVE MILE - Bethlehem • Methodist Woman's Society ol '. Christian Service will meet all • day at the home of Mrs. Edith '<• DeWitt, Wednesday, June 13, The J party for Ward Four ' will be " Tuesday evening, June 12. ' PERSONALS '. Bethlehem Methodist members ' t are finishing improvements in ' the church basement this week. : Dick Elkins attended 4-H • Roundup at Purdue. , Lioness met Tuesday evening al ; Memorial Hall. Mrs. Hollys Babb " was selected queen candidate for » the July 4 celebration. Mrs. Doro • thy Wilbur, Mrs. Ned Grable ant •' Mrs. Don Bookwalter were ap- • pointed as a concession commit "• tee. Blood workers are Mrs. Ar • thur Enyart and Mrs. Clifforc Wray. The next meeting will be • July 2 because of the July 3 am '.', 4 celebration. Mrs. Mary Rockey ;* and Mrs. Harry Johnston will b -', hostesses and a flower show wil ;: be held. . Mr. Howard Hinkle was surpris " ed Sunday at his home in honor ! of his birthday. Those presen were Mrs. Howard Hinkle, Mr '..' and Mrs. Leon Hinkle and Jam • ily, Marion; Mr. and Mrs. Lyman ~ Hinkle and! son, Mishawaka; Mr ; and Mrs. Gilbert Hedges and • J family, Rochester; Mr. and Mrs " Loren Hinkle and family, Fort '; Wayne; Mr. and Mrs. B r u c '• Downhour and family, Onward, ',' Recent guests of Mr. and.Mrs :_; Raymond Leffel were Mr. am " Mrs. Verl Dillman, Columbia ;; City; Mr. and- Mrs. Larry 'Leffel • North Manchester; Mr. and Mrs •'» Fred Leffel and daughter, Peru. •; Mr. and Mrs. Roger Strasse spent the weekend camping a • Turkey Run. Mrs. Claude Kime and Marjori • visited Claude Kime at South 123 . Methodist Hospital, Indianapolis • Sunday. Mr. Kime is to have •1 bone removed from his foot thi " week. Mr. and Mrs. Robert K • Mikesell joined them later an ; visited Mr. and Mrs. Elmer See •; Anderson during the afternoon. • Miss Sharon Wilson spent las I week with the Rev. and Mrs. Au .•gust Lundquist and family, Koko •1 mo. ; Mr. and Mrs. William Worthing " ton and family moved to Heac '. lee. Their address is rural rout ''•4, Moniieello. BY CHOOSING A*P VALUES EVERY WEEK, BRIDES OF ALL YEARS ARE... •kx REGUIARLY! COME SEE ... YOU'LL SAVE AT A&P! QUALITY^ .... FRESH FROZEN FILLETS Ocean Perch LB 43 C Fresh Yellow Perch Fillets ...,, 49c Fresh Corn 5 GOLDEN SWEET BIG LUSCIOUS BEKRIES LARGE EARS Calif. Strawberries 3 ..- 1.00 Calif. Oranges .. 49c Tomatoes HoT -r sE ...... M .29c A&P Monty-Saving COUPON WITH THIS COUPON Yellow Onions 3 -LB. BA COUPON EXPIRES SAT., JUNE » COME SEE... YOU'LL SAVE AT A&P fyfffipffiEf<£&*:i2&*JP& JANE PARKER — SPECIAL He OFF Apple Pie ... ^39' Potato Bread P^KER . . . 2 LOAVES Cinnamon Breakfast Rolls 9 PKG. 29c Sandwich Buns .8 A N G 23c CHEDDAR JUNE IS DAIRY MONTH Longhorn Cheese U 49c GRADE AA, 93 SCORE QUARTERS Sunnyfield Butter SY™. LB Kraft Velveeta 2 LOAF 79c Crisco Trend 5c OFF LABEL . . -LB. CAN LARGE BOXES 16-OZ. * , . , PKG. 39' Oreo Sandwich Cremes Kraft French Dressing , PINT 39c Hartz Mountain DO G YUMMIES .. 2 ^os.29c Lighter Fluid A™N™ S . ..... 2 CANS 29c Waldorf Tissue , 4 ROLLS 35c EnjoiCOFFEE MILL FLAVOR | fresh-ground '-oil can't get in a can! MlfcTmid Mti/oir EIGHT O'CLOCK 55c B f G 1.59 RICH AND FULL-BODIED RED CIRCLE l-LB. BAG 3-LB. BAG 59c 1.71 VIGOHOUS AND WINEY BOKAR l-LB. BAG 3-LB. BAG 63c 1.83 SPECIALS "SUPER-RIGHF BONELESS BEEF Rotisserie Roast Specially Prepared for Outdoor Eating to Give You more Delicious , Eating Enjoyment .... LB. "SUPER-RIGHT" (2-LB. BAG, 97c) SMALL MEATY Wieners ALL MEAT .. PKG 49' Spare Ribs LB 39' "SUPER-RIGHT" QUALITY KING OF ROASTS (1ST 3 RIBS, LB. 79c) Ground Beef LB 49' Rib Roast $$* & s ™ LB . 69 Strip or Delmonica Steaks .. LB 1.79 Country Ribs LEAN AND MEATY ... LB. 49c _ _ p_ - U.S. GOV'T. INSPECTED, TOP QUALITY Fresh Fryer Parts ;^^AW^ Frying Chickens PART RIB ATTACHED' ' ^^^^jK^^ll^S^^t Breasts 59' Whole...... 29' IWnmciirlre AO C ^SSiPi^^ CUT-UP, SPLIT <>Oc UrUmSilCKS LB. IT .•^ s -»- — QUARTERED LB. JJ Stewing Chickens U.S. GOV'T. INSP. TOP QUALITY 4 TO 6-LB. AVG. ... LB. Freestone Peaches ™ 3 ™ 79' CM**!* EMM* SUNNYBROOK ^ flQ C riGsn 1-995 " GRADE A " MEDIUM ••••«* DOZ *'* Pillsbury ^J PKGS. I FOR COOL SUMMER DRINKS-SAVE ON A&P's BEVERAGES- DELUXE CAKE MIXES ; Tomato or Grapefruit s£ 4 ss& (89 £ Orange Juice Beverages MAVIS CLUB NO DEPOSIT 3 3 HALF GALS. 89 l 1.00 Hawaiian Punch 3 m 1 °° A&P PINEAPPLE- A 46-OZ., GRAPEFRUIT . . f CANS Margarine 2 ^ 25 NEWHANkIE 7 2 ».i5o PACK ......... COUNT Nestles Qlllk (2 . L ij'. e-oz., *M .... PKG Maxwell House Maxwell House Gef Blank «* A&P for Bake-Off Contett Maxwell House Coffee ,;r 2 CAN 1.26 Pillsbury Flour «c OFF PACK Fluffy All 3 -LB. J^ GIANT BOX 3e OFF PACK Vim l-LB., 8-OZ. REG. BOX lOc OFF PACK Rinso Blue 3-LB., 6-OZ. GIANT BOX be OFF PACK Spry 3 -LB. C CAN lPT.,n-OZ. BTL. Mr. Clean 15-OZ. BTL. CHOICE OF COLORS Camay 4 REGULAR 2QM CAKES J«M» 2 l-LB., SJ4-OZ. J7« CANS *t*V Comet CLEANSER 2 H-OZ. 94 CANS H\f J-LB., 1^-OZ. 77* . BOX i 1 v Oxydol l-LB., 4-OZ. •t'lf. BOX J«M* Sc OFF PACK Swan Liquid SIZE JjC 9c OFF PACK Lifebuoy 4 REG. 9C» CAKES Jw*» VCheckthe FLAVOR! v«thePlllCE! •tt'^x^* \L** »W--OJ» •!»* W *£ 100 OUR OWN 1IA1AIS 79' OFF LABEL PRICES GOOD THRU SAT., JUNE! »

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