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Ten Logansport, Indiana Pharos-Tribune Legion Unit At Cam den Picks Officers CAMDEN—New officers of the Camden American Legion Auxiliary were named at their June meeting held at the Legion Home. New officers include Jane Cal- ipway, president; Marjorie Skiles, first vice president; Mary Jo Barnard, second vice president; recording secretary, Faye Edging; corresponding secretary, Sue Wertz; treasurer, Gladys Fife; chaplain, Florence Leslie; historian, Esta Carter; sergeant-at arms, Helen Cree; parlimentar- iari, Alice Linn and publicity, Grace Arion. Meeting Dates Mrs. Dean Sanderson will be hostess on June 21 to the Aim Hi Home Demonstration Club. The meeting will start at 8 p.m. A house party for Baptist Women will be .held at Franklin College from June 20 to June 22 and from June 22 through June 24. Personals Mr. and Mrs. Earl Scott, Tucson, Ariz., are visiting the Bud Kesling family and other relatives. Rev. and Mrs. Devon Hodges attended the pre-season training lesson for camp workers at Tip- pecanoft. Fifteen members of the Sit and Sew Club held a carry-in dinner at the home ol Mrs. Mae Yeager recently. The Community Daily Vacation Bible School has been canceled for this year. Mr. and Mrs. Joy Edging spent the week with their daughter, Janis, in Biloxi, Miss. The Friendly Bible class of the Lower Deer Creek church held a meeting at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Bechdolt Sunday evening. Members of the Merry Makers Sunday School class of the Methodist church will meet Sunday evening at the church. Mrs. Mildred Allen and daughter are visiting in Florida. TO RESIGN POST WASHINGTON (UPD - Winthrop G. Brown was reported today to be resigning as U.S. ambassador to Laos. Informed sources said he would be given a high post at the National War College in Washington. Presenting for Your Entertainment Frcmkie Pa rente's Combo FRIDAY, JUNE 15th 9:30 p.m. to 2:00 a.m. C. I. 0. CLUB, NO. 3261 315 Pearl Street SPECIAL Every Friday Niflht Fresh Channel . Catfish Dinners $1.00 PURCELL'S CAFE AND BAR —Family Room— CLEARANCE SALE TOILET SEATS Assorted Colors Limited Supply REG. $7 Your Choice 1-4JSED G-E DELUXE RECESSED OVEN With Glass Door LIKE NEW $ 100 1 -USED JET WELL PUMP With Tank and Fittings $ 65 New Pump Warranty 1-USBD DOUBLE BOWL STAINLESS STEEL SINK $15 WITH RING H. R. DIETZE Plumbing & Heating Re»id«ntiol-Comin»rcial -^—»*• Industrial tikr£>fsitepl> True Life Adventures ty ,„, / % S SAFE-TV OF 9 A TKEE.TBUT THS PROBOSCIS MOMKEV IS LF N0 HE EWES INTO THE •PISAFVEARS FCK SO SURFKlSEP THE USTEK OUT OF- VWRM'S V/AV. Anoka Methodist Sets Vacation Bible School Plans have been announced for Vacation Bible School at the Ano:a Methodist church from June 8 through June 22. Children from age four through ixth grade will attend sessions iach day from 1:30 p.m. until 4 i.m. Sessions will include Bible tudy, singing, 'hand crafts and un 1 time for all classes. A closing >rogram will be held on Sunday norning, June 24. Mrs. Lois Keener will serve as .irector and she will be assisted ly Mrs. Mildred Frey, Mrs. Ruth iholty and Miss Karen Reed. Rev. 6-H- Plan Church School Next Two Weeks At George Street The Vacation Church School at the George Street Baptist chapel will be from 9 to 11 a.m. Monday through Friday, June 18-29, according to the Bev. Frank Coons, pastor. All 3-year-olds, kindergarten, and primary children are invited to attend, he said. The teachers will be Mrs. John Campbell and Mrs. Titus Link for the 3-year-olds; Mrs. Roscoe Norton, assisted by Harriet Fitzgerald and Rosemary Norton, for the kindergarten group; and Mrs. Frank Coons, assisted by Mrs. Don Obenchain and Eileen Fitzgerald, for the primary children. Rammel to Attend Jaycee Convention Richard Rammel, •(>£ this city, national director of. the Junior Chamber of Commerce and retiring president of the local chapter, will attend the national convention to be held June 17 to 22 at Las Vegas, N. M. Rammel will be Indiana's representative on the national steering committee. He will be accompanied by his wife and three children. Auto Sales Up DETROIT—Chevrolet, Chrysler and American Motors reportec auto sales for the first third of June up sharply over a year ago 'Ford already had reported similar gains. Boat and Household Auction SATURDAY, JUNE 23 Starting early evening at 5:00 p.m. at Midwest Machinery Auctioi Building on Highway 24 east edge of Reynolds, Ind. . We have had many requests for such an auction. We have gooc listings already on boats, motors, trailers and household items. Consignments are being taken. Please call or see auctioneers L. Cobb Vogel, Reynolds 131-B-l or Wally Bucher, Francesvill LO-7-8342. Items to be advertised, must be listed by Monday night June 18. Merchandise will be taken until time of sale. Thunderstorms Shaking Dixie By United Press International Thunderstorms hit parts of Dixie and the Northwest with heavy rain early today. High winds battered sections of the Danville, Va., and Helena, ttont., each measured more than n inch of rain early today. Richmond, Va., set a 24-hour rainfall record of 3.73 inches, breaking a Southwest. Earlier, funnel clouds were spotted near Austin and Galveston, Tex., but neither touched ground. Iowa's lower Des Moines River was receding after climbing '. feet 'above flood stage. Donald Emler is pastor of the church. . AUCTION SALE We will sell the following items at Weddington's Auction Room, 116 12th St., Logansport, Ind., on FRIDAY, JUNE 15th, at 7:00 p.m. Motorola TV 21" with stand, good; Admiral portable radio-phono 3 speed; M&W.radio-phono console; 2 piece sectional, good; sofa-bed; glass top Duncan Phyf e cocktail table, extra good; pair lamp tables, jood; butterfly, table; hall tree; oak library table, good; china :abinet, good; 7 piece dining room suite, good; 8 piece, dining room suite (round table), good; 3 piece bedroom suite, good; oak dresser, good; iron bed complete; plate rack, good; hassock; music cabinet; oak dressing table, good; desk chair, good; drop leaf table, good; 5 piece dinette; baby swing; baby walker; child's gym set with swings and teeter, good; folding wall table; folding cot; Venetian blinds; combination storm door 32x84y 2 , good; storm window 33x80; play pen; lawn mower; fireplace grate; fluorescent light fixtures; child's chrome rocker; table saw; electric grinder: electric can opener, like new; small size adjustable window fan, like new; adjustable window fan, large size, good; Bissel serubmaster, like new; roll top desk; boy's 16" bicycle; what-nots; bird cage; electric wall clock, good; medicine cabinet; deep-fryer; outdoor grills; metal utility cabinets; wall cabinet; wash boiler; Monogram oil heater, large size; Kenmore oil heater, small; Servel refrigerator; Coldspot refrigerator; apartment size Kelvinator refrigerator; Voss washing machine; automatic washer; Tappan gas stove; grocery or meat market computing scales; meat cutter; draper; kitchen utensils and many other items. ANTIQUES—2 matching walnut chairs; open compote; iron 3 leg settle; washbowl and pitcher. . TERMS— CASH. Not responsible for accidents. Weddington & Weddington, Auct. Doors open at 6:00 p.m. PUBLIC AUCTION Located 1205 Ash Street; go north on Third Street to railroad, then west to first street which is Ash Street, Logansport, Ind. SATURDAY, JUNE 16, 1962 SALE TO BEGIN AT 1:00 P. M. 2 occasional chairs; antique stands; studio couch; good S-jic dining room suite; glass door bookcase; TV chair; metal utility cart floor lamps and table lamps; bedroom rocker and matching arm chair; small blonde drum table; 11x12 rug; bedding; pictures; silver ware; 2-pc. living room suite; coffee table arid end tables; shadow box in frame; 4-pc. bedroom suite, springs and innerspring mattress; 3-pc. modern bedroom suite with bookcase headboard, springs and mattress; 4-pc, -chrome dinette set; good K&rvel gas refrigerator with large deep freeze; Maytag aluminum tub washer; rotary power lawn mower; cooking utensils and miscellaneous articles. TEEMS— CASH. Not responsible in case of accidents. Thursday Evening, June 14,1962. 1938 mark. Winds up to 30 miles an hour buffeted sections of Southern California and southern Nevada. Temperatures dipped into ttis 40s in the northern Grea't 'L'akeSf Maine and Oregon early today. FLOYD Hoy L. Crume, Auctioneer EAKINS, Owner Kokomo Phone GL-2-8476 00T WHAT YOU WANT at Phon« 34W 425 2nd St. \ ADMIRAL Deluxe Refrigerator Model CR212 11.1'cu. ft. net capacity. Full- width freezer chest. Adjustable "Freezer-Mart" drawer. 2 glide-out shelvea. Automatic interior light. Defrout indicator. Temperature control. Full-width crisper. "Pantry door" shelves. Butter bin and tray. New magnetic door seal. Thinwall fiberglaa insulation. 5 colors. Slimline design. Dimensions: 68"h., 28" w., 285rf"<L REGUILAIR WRlllOE $219.95 CAftfUGO DISCOUNT PRICE CARRICO DEEP DISCOUNT PRICES ON AIL '62 ADMIRAL APPLIANCES RAMSES . . . FREEZERS. . . REFRIGERATORS . . . AUR CONCOTIlONERiS . . . X ADMIRAL DUAL TEMP Model NTR9T5 14.5 cu. ft. net. capacity. No-defrosting refrigerator and 108^ Ib. sub-zero freezer, 4 full-width shelves (2 glide-out). Twin crispers. 2 "pantry door" shelves (1 adjustable); 2 in freezer door. Butter, cheese bins, 2 egg storage. 4 ice cube trays. Built- in design, 66%o" h., 32" w., 25%" d. REGULAR iPIRfQE i$41i9.95 CARRICO DISCOUNT. . . *327 .88 avwco THRIFTWAY F-u -i•"n - *-f "•**-»*-** Highway 35 South ^ Logansport SERVE YOURSELF ^ DISCOUNT PR)I famous Texaco Fire Chief Hat FREE with each purchiase of $2.00 or more. FREE Pepsi-Cola FREE Texaco Credit card applications Free'Candy Bars Redemption of Maiden's Red Stamp Handbill Coupons GRAND OPENING Lyman Beecher's Texaco Service FRIDAY AND SATURDAY, JUME16 and 17 OT.25-JUOT OFF OCOTT STREET For father's Day-Only theBestWill Do JUNE 17 FOR All THE DADS YOU KNOW FATHER'S DAY CARDS All your "other fathers" . . . uncles, grandfathers, fathers of favorite friends . . . are special, too— and we have a special Hallmark Father's Day Card for each of them. And for those Father's Day gifts, see our selection of Hallmark pift Wraps, designed with distinctive masculine motifs . . . matching papers, ribbons, and enclosures. • Visit us soon and make your choice from our complete collection of Hallmark Father's Day Cards and Gift Wraps. A Big line of Appropriate Gifts for Dad SAMSONITE LUGGAGE OWE DAD AN ELECTRIC RAZOR SUNBEAM-REMINGTON ROLL-A- MATIC-SCHICK 3-SPEED RONSON 66 ANO NOREI.CO ALL THE BEST DEALS IN TOWN Billfolds Fountain Pens Cocktail Shakers Poker Chip Sets Pen and Pencil Sets Tobacco Pouches Cigarette Lighters 'Romon— All lizei and pri«« Roman Varaflame Gaj Lighter Zippo and many other make* sizes and prices. fine Smoking Tobacco—Boxes of Fine Cigars and Hundreds of other Appropriate Gifts for Dad. Desk Pen Sets Cigarette Cases Cigarette Lighters Travel Cases Comb & Brush Sets Bibles Shaving Mugs Cocktail Sets Pipe Racks Ash Trays Pipes Barometers Binoculars Fine Cigar Humidors Fine Luggage Fine Pipes His name or monogram in gold letters Free on fountain pens & leather goods. ALL UBAUTIFU'LtY GIFT WRAPPED FOR FATHER'S DAT Timberlakes Gift Shop "Yourfather's Day G ift Headquarters" COUPON SPECIAL! FRIDAY AND SATURDAY, JUNE 15-46 COUPON TiHIS IK ONE IOF (THE BEST COUPONS WE HAV'E iBVBR OFFERED' POLY FOAM SPONGES 12 OR MORE GIANT SPONGES IN'EACH BAG • ASSORTED SIZES ANO COLONS. WITH COUPON PER BAG C Coupon iGood Friday dnd Saturday, ILimit lOno 'Coupon (Per 'Family. No phone or- June 15-16 Only ders or Deliveries on coupon items. FLANEGIN ACE HARDWARE 310 EAST MARKOT

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