Tuesday Evening, June 12,1962 LATE MARKETS Hawkins 200 to 220 16.15 220 to 240 15.85 240 to 260 15.35 260 to 280 14.85 280 to 300 .14.35 Sows 14.00 down Boars 9.00 down nd mixed choice and spring lambs 21.00-22.50; Burnettsvflle Poultry Leghorns •• Heavey Hens .17 Third Street Market Lambs .1! Beef Hides 05 Veal Hides .13 Producers Marketing Assn. 190 to 215, No. 1 16.75 190 to 220, No. 2, No. 3 ... 16.25 Sows 13.50 down Boars 10.00 down Klumpp Produce (Deei Creek) Heavy Hens .12 Leghorns 06 Eggs 20 Wayne's Produce Heavy Hens • II Leghorns 01 Popcjoy's Poultry Farm Heavy Hens IS INDIANAPOLIS (UPI) — Live stock: Hogs 7,000; steady to 25 lower; 190-225 Ib 16.85-17.25; bulk 180-24C Ib 16.25-17.00; 240-270 Ib 15.75-16.50 270-300 Ib 15.25-16.00; 150 - 170 Ib 15.00-16.25; sows mostly steady ti 25 higher; 300-400 Ib 13.50-14.50 400-600 Ib 12.75-13.75. Cattle 2,250; calves 50; steady choice steers 25.00-25.50;' good an mixed good and choice 22.50 24.50; standard and low goo 20.50-22.50; good and choice hei ers 22.00-24.00; standard 20.0 21.00; cows fully steady; utilit and commercial 14.50-17.00; can ners and cutters 13.00-15.00; bull steady, utility and commercia 17.50-20.00; vealers steady, hig choice 30.50-31.00; good and choic 26.00-30.00; standard and low goo 22.00-26.00. Sheep 400; about steady;'- choice prime utility nd good 17.00-20.00; choice and rime shorn old crop lambs 16.00. CHICAGO (UPI)-Livestock: Hogs 9,000; steady to 25 lower, losing steady to weak; No 1-2 90-225 Ib 16.75-17.35; around 70 ead 17.35; 45 head No 1-2 around 10 Ib with high percentage' lean uts 17.50; mixed No .1-3 190-230 Ib 16.50-17.00; 230-250 Ib 16.00 6.50; No 2-3 240-260 Ib 15.50-16.00; 60-290 Ib 15.00-15.50; 290-310 Ib 4.75-15.00. Cattle 3,500, calves 50;' slaugh- er steers and heifers steady to trong; vealers steady; high choice and mixed choice anc prime 1150-1250 Ib steers 25.75 -7.00; bulk choice 950 -1250 Ib 24.50-25.50; only limited sales above 25.00; good 22.50-24.25; choice heifers 24.25-24.75; package 880 Ib 25.00; good and mixed goo< and choice 21.75-24.00; standart and good vealers 20.00-26.00. Sheep 700; spring slaughte: ambs about steady; old crop scarce, few sales steady; severa ots choice and prime 85-100 11 spring slaughter lambs 24.50-24.75 'ew 25:00; mostly choice 23.50 24.00; good and choice 22.00-23.50 utility and good 20.00-22.00; fey choice 77 Ib shorn slaughte lambs No 2 pelts 2.50. CHICAGO (UPI)-Produce: Live poultry heavy hens 1 19Mi; roasters 20-22, mostly 2 22; special fed White Rock fryer 18-18y 2 ; Plymouth Rock fryers 19 Cheese single daisies 38V4-40 longhorns 38'/i-40Vi; processe loaf 36-38;' Swiss Grade A 47-52 B 45-50. Butter steady; 93 score 57; score 57; 90 score 54!4; 89 scor 53. Eggs steady to firm; whil large extras 29; mixed large ex tras 28J4; mediums 23>/i; slant ards 26. Read the Want Ads! LI'ST AWARDS AT RILEY SCHOOL American Legion citizenship awards were presented to 'John Jreen and Marilyn Briggs at Rec- ignition Day ceremonies last week at Riley Junior high school. The presentation was made by lames Heimlich. Class citizenship awards were tvon by Mel Crichton, Marian Litle. Sarah Neumann and Carolyn Newport. The top ten in the freshman class were Julie Michael, Judy, Martin, Melvin Crichton, Linda Michael, John Antorielli, Marilyn Briggs, Martha Mund, jynn . Hershberger, Belinda Haworth and Bud Gaby. The following freshmen had perfect attendance for the past school year: John Antonelli, Mel Crichton, Bud Gaby, Bob Hilbert, Tom Kirchoff, Eldon Njus, Larry Quaglio, Ronnie Savini, Beverly Carson. Sondra Hammon, Sherry Harmon, Sharon Kasch, Martha Mund, Carolyn Newport, Connie Radke, Anita Settlmyre, Janice Stuart and Carolyn Wallace. Principal Laban Fisher paid recognition to- ninth grade officers, librarians, cafeteria workers, chorus members, and patrol members. J. K. McKeever, assistant principal, noted those who had participated in athletics anc presented the president of the student council, Julie Michael with a pin. Addresses were given by Steve Hopkins, Lee Gaumer, Marian Little and Melvin Crichton. Musi was provided by the band ant choir. Catherine Eberts laintiff in Suit Over Large Estate Mrs, Catherine Eberts, mother f Former Mayor Ralph Eberts, one of eight relatives of the ate Dr. Margaret Marshall, 81, of ndianapolis, who have'filed suit ontesting her will disposing of ier $240,000 estate. "Mrs. Eberts, who resides at the It. Joseph hospital, is a sister of be Indianapolis woman. The oth- r plaintiffs in the suit are another sister, Mary Suttner; three Brothers, Thomas, Robert, and 'ohn Marshall; three nephews. Dr. Marshall's will left each of he plaintiffs only $100. Most of er estate was left to Catholic or- •anizations. Dr. Marshall was fatally injured ast Dec. 14 when she was slugged >y a purse snatcher. Identify 14 of Crash Victims PARIS ('UPD—Fourteen victim of the Boeing jet crash at Oriy Field June 3 have been identifiet positively through fingerprints, a FBI identification expert said to day. The expert, C. Lester Trotter said the names could not be re leased until the next of kin hav been notified. The plane, operated by Ai France, crashed on taking off fo the United States, killing 130 per sons including 121 Americans most of them from the Atlanta Ga., area. Bike Rider Hurt Debanney Beachler, 12, of 1004 lighteenth St., received cuts anc scratches Monday morning when she was hit by a car while riddnj bicycle at Eighteenth anc George Streets. Police said the driver of the car was Eva Lucille Kasch, 66, of 92< Findley St. The girl was treatec at Memorial hospital and releas< ed. A tractor-trailer truck turning left from Market onto Sixth Stree Monday afternoon damaged a car driven by Neal A. Hodgea, 17, o 625 Sunset Drive. Police said the truck's rea: wheels struck the front of the au to. The truck was driven by Clar ence Harshbarger, 54, of Frank fort. Compromise? A1XHERS (UPI) - Moslem nationalists and Algeria's Euro peans appeared today to be nea a compromise which could em six months of violence and set pattern for future cooperation i an independent Algeria. Toplevel talks have been goin on for some time at the heavir guarded administrative headquai ters at Rocher Noir. The nego tiations involve Europeans an members of the provisional ex ecutive which is ruling Algeri until independence. Logansport, Indiana, Pharos-Tribune Thirteen : rankO. Bridge, 62, Motel Owner, Dies; : inal Rites Pending REYNOLDS-Frank 0. Bridge, 2, of Reynolds, owner and oper- tor of the Park View Motel near leynolds on U. S. 24, died of a eart attack at 8 p.m. Monday Me registering a' guest at the motel office. He had owned and operated the motel nine years and was a former building contractor. Born Sept. 19, 1899 north of lonticello, he 1 was the son of Jeorge Oliver and Susanne Brech- )iel Bridge. His marriage on June 8, 1924 was'to Grace Wolfe. He was a member of the Pike Creek Church of the Brethren. Survivors include his widow; wo daughters, Mrs. Dorothy Ha-' y, Twin Falls, Idaho and Mrs. iliriam Perry, Miami, Fla.; two grandchildren; two half-sisters, fe. Frank Cowger, Monticello and Mrs. Harold Neher, South Whitley, Ind.; a brother, Ray, of Idaville and a half-brother, Everett Bridge, Reynolds. Final rites are pending at the Miller funeral home in Monticello. Friends may call at the funeral lome after 7 p.m. Wednesday. No Cass Induction Call During July Cass county will have no indue- ;ion call and will be required to send only one man to Indianapolis for physical examination in July under the Selective Service system, according to Mrs. Bernice Hawthorne, clerk of the local Selective Service board. The youth who is going for pre- induction physical examination is scheduled, to report at 6:45 a.m. July 10. He will go to Indianapolis by regular bus. Child Injured In Fall at Delphi Park DELPHI—Johnie Gripe, three- year-old son of Mr. and Mrs. Loyal Cripe of rural route 4, Delphi, fell off a slide at the City park over the weekend 'and fractured his left leg. He was taken to St. Elizabeth hospital where he will be confined for three or four weeks. He is a grandson of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence McKinley. Plan Picnic Charles Carroll Chapter D.A.R. will hold a picnic Friday noon in the home of Mrs, Fred Hood on Indiana 29. This will be the last meeting ot the chapter until September. New officers will be installed. Committee members are Mrs. Roy Coble, Mrs. David Baum and Mrs. Russell Jones and Mrs. Jones will have charge of the program. Fight BJazo The Delphi tri-township fire department was called to Pittsburg at .1:30 p.m. Monday when some fire in the the Jack COMMUNITY BRIEFS Around Town clothing caught on Griffith home near Local Man Jailed On Driving Charge Charles W. Tidrick;, 35, of 1503 High St., was arrested Monday evening by State Trooper Glen Hosier on a charge of operating a motor vehicle while under the influence of intoxicating liquor. Tidrick was meted a six months suspended penal farm sentence June 1 on a public intoxication pharge, according to state police records. We've Quit CLOWNING! AND WE'RE READY TO DO BUSINESS! * GALAXIES * FAIRLANES * FALCONS TOR YOUR SBLBOTIION! NOW...DURING OUR Sales Manager's NASSAU HOLIDAY SALE HERE'S A SAMPLE OF OUR DEALS! Schlipf home there. The firemen threw the box of clothing out of the house and no other damage was reported. The Griffith family just recently moved to Pittsburg. Personals Harvey Lynch has been dismissed from a Lafayette hospital. Rev. David Clifford of Delphi officiated at the marriage of his cousin, Miss Josephine Patricia Thieme and Richard White Deible in St. Boniface Catholic church in Lafayette at 12:30 p.m. Saturday. Miss Helen Murphy, organist, ac companied Robert Butz, who sang bridal airs. The bride is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Thieme of Lafayette and her husband is a son of Mr. 'and Mrs. N. W. Deible of Warren, 0. Mrs. James Schrader of Lafayette attended her sister as matron of honor and James Deible attended his brother as besl man. The bride's mother is the former Josephine Clifford of Delphi and an aunt of Rev. Clifford. Following a wedding trip to Chicago, the newlyweds will be at home at 112-2 Married Students Court, West Lafayette. W. S. Weaver, Delphi high school agriculture instructor, was among the long-time Hoosier volunteer adult 4-H leaders who received plaques at the annual 4-H roundup at Purdue university. Weaver was honored for having completed 25 years of service. Miss Betty Voorhees, daughter of Mr. and Mrs, Jack Voorhees, of Delphi, was crowned Queen of Lake Freeman in ceremonies in the Tippecanoe Country club, northwest of Monticello, held Saturday evening. Members of her court are Miss Joyce Allen, of Buffalo; Miss Diane Payne, Miss Marilyn Malsbary, Miss Virginia Clark and Miss Susan Davis, all of Lafayette. The contest was sponsored by the Lake Freeman Boat club 'and was part of the entertainment at the clubs annual spring dinner-dance. Judges were Mrs. Charles B. Kemmer, Lafayette; Arthur McDowell, Delphi; Mrs. Frank Gisser, Monticello and Robert Cloyd, of Lafayette. Miss Voorhees' father is the Republican candidate for Carroll County Auditor and a former Deputy circuit clerk. Dismissals from St. Elizabeth hospital include: Mrs. David Buchanan and son, Mrs. Wayne Clingenpeel and son, and Nancy Dwenger, 'all of Delphi. Those wishing to attend the Delphi Woman's Club 43 anniver- ary luncheon on Friday, June 22, in the dining room of the Delphi Births ST. JOSEPH'S — Born to Mr. and Mrs. Robert Chapman, rural route 3, a son. Hospital Notes MEMORIAL - Admitted: Mrs. Clarice McCloskey, rural route 2; Charles Erwin, 1020 Lynus St.; Mrs. Alma Hill, 3101 North Pennsylvania Ave.; Mrs. Gladys Clark, rural route 4; Robert Kirkpatrick, Kokomo; Mrs. Bernice Bogue, 119 Seventh St.; Loren Hinkle, 1718 George St. Dismissed: Mrs. Karen Brugh, 901 South Cicott St.; Master Steven Dillman, rural route 1, Twelve Mile; Mrs. Joan Gates, rural route 1, Lucerne; Mrs. Robert Lester and son, rural route 3, Delphi; Mrs, Ocie Rohrabaugh, 227 Barren St.; Miss Kay Scott, rural route 1, Camden; Chauncey Tilton, rural route 4; Mrs. Bobbie Vore, SlV/2 Wright St. ST. JOSEPH'S-Admitted: Miss Monica Jordan, rural route 4; Miss Elizabeth Rogers, 216 Bar ron St.; Miss Pat Saylors, Walton; Masters Patrick and Michael Mcrray, 114 West Miami Ave. Dismissed: Mrs. Gerald Benn and son, rural route 6; Mrs. Patricia Moss, rural route 5; Mrs. Doris Scbiffer, 705 West Market St.; Mrs. Rosa Ortman, Winamac; Robert Marks, Peru; John Tierney. rural route 1; Master Dale Samuels, Lafayette; Master Richard DePoy, E'lora. Fully Equipped GALAXIE 500 4 door sed an, list price $3330.35 SALE PRICE 352 T^Bird Engine White Sidew.aH Tires Deluxe Wheel Covers Power Steering Push 'Button Radio 'Padded dash and visor iCruise-tO-Wlatic transmsision Bcick-up lights. "DRIVE 0 UT TO THE LIVELIEST PLACE IN TOWN . . . YOUR lOCAl FOND DEALER" JOHNSON FORD MARKET AT 25th SALES INC Bunker Hill Hospital Notes Admitted: Airman 1C Harold Nau, Mrs. Caroline Sutton, Mar garet Settle, Daniel McNekin, Robert Hanson and Mrs. Lucy Proa ter. Dismissed: Robert Hollis, Robert and Danna Duzan, Mrs. Judith Nisinger and son, Brian, Evelyn Fisher, Anna Nault and Judith McGuire. Births: A daughter to Airman Justice Court Eight motorists were fined in the local justice of the peace court on thejr pleas of guilty. ;; Eugene Boyd, 38, of Atwood, arrested June 9 by Trooper Richard Keyes, was fined $25 and costs and his right to drive was suspended far a year for driving; under the influence of intoxicating, liquor. He also was fined $10 and" costs for driving on the wrong- side of the road. Claude Roach, 40, of Kokomo, and Ronald Jones, 21, of 1315 North St., were fined $1 and costs' for driving on the wrong side o£ the road. Roach was arrested by' Trooper Keyes and Jones by Trooper John Gaylor. William Grauel, 19, of 3T3 Cliff Dr., was f.ned $5 and costs on; charges of reckless driving and failure to identify himseif after hitting a road sign. He was arrested June: 7 by Troopers Keyes and Gaylor. Edward Schueman, 25, of La- fay;tte, arrested by Trooper A. 3. Good for speeding 80 miles )er hoar, was fined $15 and costs, Vayne Knuderman, 31, Frankfort, arrested by Trooper Hosier for needing, was fined $5 and costs. 'wo other motorists, arrested by ?rooper Gaylor, were fined $1 and costs for speeding. They were Eva Holcomb, 19, of route 1, Jurnettsville, and Frankie Abney, 20, ol 425 Fifth St. Circuit Court Mrs. Clara Roller, 1408 Twelfth St., asks custody o£ their five children in. a suit for divorce : rom Glen Roller filed Tuesday in the Cass -:ircuit court. The couple was married Dec. 31, 1949, and separated March 31, this year, according to the complaint filed through Attorney Charles tC. Michael. The suit of Cynthia Cole vs. Orth Barcus and Jess Murden for Presbyterian church are asked to make reservations with Mrs. Lytle Anderson, club president, by Tuesday, June 10. Hostesses include: Mrs. Robert VanNatta, Mrs. C. T. Amick, Mrs. Alfred Anderson, Mrs. Henry Eaton, Mrs. John Kirkpatrick and Mrs. 3. D. Klepingef. , 1C and Mrs. Everett Sutton anc a son to S.Sgt, and Mrs. Raymond Procter. ROCHESTER Admissions to Woodlawn hos pital: Judith Sheets, Star City; Mrs. Bertha Meredith, Akron- Mrs. Donald Piper, R.R. 2, Ro Chester; Judy Markin, Wina mac. Dismissals: Judge- Henry Bailey, Peru, to General hospital Marion; Mrs. Harold Abair, R.R 5, Rocehster; Mrs. Florence Lockridge, Sims, Ind.; Mrs. Sam Bailey and daughter, Monterey Mrs. John McKee, and son, Ak on. Mr. and Mrs. Don Abbott, 1709 Monroe street, are the parents of a son. Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Bailey, Monterey, are the parents of a daughter. Mrs. Besse Van Trump is a patient at Parkview Memorial hospital in Ft. Wayne. Her address is: Mrs. Elizabeth E. Van Trump, Parkview Memorial Hospital, Long Term Care Unit, 2200 Ranclalia Drive, Ft. Wayne, Ind. MONTICELLO Births: Sunday—A son was born to Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Rice, 418 Chestnut street. (Another baby, a twin was born in the family home earlier.) Dismissals: Saturday— Donald Bassett, 312 West Broadway; Steven Brookshire, Box 104, Chalmers; George Cochran, 417 South Illinois; Miss Inez Godlove, route 1, Idaville; Mrs. Kenneth Lawson, route 2, Star City; Master Rodney Lehman, Box 42; Mrs. Daniel Me- Carty, route 1, San Pierre; Larry Wright, Box 255, Selma; Jackie Phelps, route 1. Sunday—Master Terry E. Grimes, 448 Summerset, Indianapolis; Master Timothy Moore, route 4, Clerk Notified About Nominees It is now official. County Clerk Clarence Settlemyre received written notice Tuesday by Secretary of State Charles Hendricks that Charles Halleck and John Murray had been nominated for congress from the second district. He also was notified that Walter Sprinkle and Allen Shafer are the nominees for joint state representative from Cass and Carroll counties. The law requires such notification when candidates are nom inated by voters in more than one county. PHONE 5103 Baptists Have 75 At Church School The vacation church school at the Baptist Temple opened Monday with an attendance of 75. The school will end Friday. Mrs. Richard Buck is general superintendent; Teachers are: nursery, Mrs. John Evans; toddlers, Mrs, L. E. Baker and Mrs. Tom Billiard; 3-year-olds, Mrs, Margaret Van Vleet; kindergarten, Mrs. Jack Sample; primary, Mrs, Howard Fiedler; juniors, Steve Skelton. Mrs. Hazel Martin I provides musical accompaniment. Deaths and Funerals City, Cass County BACKUS, MRS. MYRTLE, 84, of rural route, Lucerne. Funeral services at 1:30 p.m. Thursday, Harrison funeral home, Royal Center. Burial in Indian Creek cemetery. Call at the funeral home after 7 p.m. Tuesday. DAHM, 1VUIS. MARY K., 80, of 914 E. Broadway, city. Funeral rites at 9 a.m. Wednesday, St, Joseph's church. Burial in Mt, Calvary cemetery. Call at the Kroeger funeral home after 7 p.m. Monday, District BRIDGE, FRANK 0., 62, of Reynolds. Funeral services are pending at the Miller funera home in Monticello. Friends may call after 7 p.m. Wednesday. Read the Want Ads cancellation of an oil ;ind gas lease was. dismissed on the motion of the plaintiff. Sue children of the late Mrs. Alice Rush, who died June 3, will share: her estate under terms of her will filed for probate in circuit court through Attorney Harold Tuberty. The will was dated Sept. 7, 1955. Building Permits The following building permits were issued Monday by City Building Commissioner John W. Anderson: Ernest C. Hipsher, 1922 East Market St.. addition to jarage, $250; Leland Haugh, 706 West Market St., raze two houses, 1200; George A. Carlson, rural route 1, Twelve Mile, remodel residence at 619 Fourteenth St., 1,200; Charles Kinsey, 217 Hum-' >hrey St., remodel back porch, 1,000; Lloyd Neel, 2721 George St., cement work, $225; Don Zimnerman, 447 Washington St., re- roof residence, $200; Lehman Wak ace, 923 Bates St., install window, 37.50; Dora G. Nethercult, 1518 ?leasant Hill, enclose porch, $75.. Airman 3.C. John E. Day, son of Mr. and Mrs. Edward A. Day, rural route 5, city, recently grad-. uated from a special Air Force course at Amarillo Air Force Base, Texas, Day is visiting his parents on a 30-day furlough. He will report to McGuire Air Force Base in New Jersey and will then be transferred to Turkey for a tour of duty. He is a graduate of Logansport high school. His new address will be, AF 16722150, TUSLOG, Del. 3, APO 324, New York, New York. Traffic Arrests Three persons were arrested Monday on charges of speeding. They were Robert L. Kerns, 18, of 521 West Market St.; Alvin L. Diwis, 39, 2205 Wright St.; and Lewis W. Conklln, 20, of rural route 6. The name under a picture that appeared in a recent issue of the Pharos-Tribune should have been PFC Jerry Fitz instead of PFC Jerry Fritz. PFC Fitz is a son of Dale Fitz, 1309 George St. Jerry enlisted in the Marine Corp from' Lafayette in June, 1960. The time of the Noble township Sun-Maidens 4-H demonstration meeting Thursday afternoon has been changed from 1 to 2:30 o'clock. The session will be held at the Noble township school. Trustees of Cass county will meet at 8 p.m. Wednesday in the office of County School Superintendent Chalmer Condon to work on year-end school reports. John Kleifgen, a Logansport high school sophomore, was omitted in the list of honor roll students in Sunday's paper. He received five "A's" last semester. IT" Sale Calendar K> ~ w —.< stf vk^St. w ^ M — ^aitZ, *, ~v. v. >sl June 15—Weddington's Auction Boom .. .Weddington June 15—Kenneth Orern Sr Thompson & Rinehart June 16—Floyd Eakins Roy Crume June 23—Earl Jordon Estate Rineharts, Aucts.
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