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Logansport, Indiana
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Tuesday, June 19, 1962
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Tuesday Evening, June 19, 1962. 56. Feeds, Seeds, Plants CERTIFIED soybeans, non-certi- field. Elvin Sadler. Phone 56150. VIS Queen plastic to cover glass silage, sitting new strawberry beds and garden use. Wayne W. Myers, Phone S1.62. SWEET potato, geraniums, garden plants. McClain's Plants, 3 blocks west of bank in Mexico. LARGE gilts, farrow this month, immuned; Lindarin beans. Camden 686-2406. 59. Poultry 500 New Hampshire pullets, eleven months old, $1. Hizer Hatchery, Grass Creek. AUTOMOTIVE 63. Automobiles for Sale 1961 Buick convertible, ,12,000 miles, like new, will' trade, private owner. Frankfort 654-6530. 1955 Buick Special 4 door hardtop, excellent condition, new white tires. Ph. 66902 after 4:00. GOOD used 1953 Chrysler for sale, cheap. 521 E. Main. 1960 Cadillac hardtop, 1958 Ford Fairlane 500, 1958 Edsel 4 door, 1957 Ford Fan-lane 500, 1956 Star Chief Pontiac, 1955 Lincoln. 1830 Michigan Ave. after 4:30 week days. CAR PAYMENTS TOO HIGH? Protect your credit. Trade down to smaller or no payments. See Max Frazee at Frazee Ford Corners. Phone 967-4151, Rts. 18 and 75, Flora, Ind. 64. Trucks for Sale FOR SALE 1/2 ton. Jeep pickup, $125. Ph. 40578. 65. Motorcycles—Scooters 1958 CUSHMAN 'motor $185. Ph. 56842. scooter, FACTORY AUTHORIZED NEW CAR DEAIERS CHEVROLET MANN CHEVROLET Flora, Ind. Phone 967-4123 Dillman Chevrolet-Ph. 4-0123 St. Rd. 25, Clymers, Ind. CHRYSIER-PLYMOUTH-VALIANT Hendrickson Motor Sales, Inc. 417 Third St. Ph. 5151 ; BUICK WSE Buick-Chevrolet-Ph. 4135 2nd at Broadway, Logansport FORD-FALCON Johnson Ford Sales—Ph. 5103 25th at E. Market St., Logansport Winamac Motor Co.—Ph. 946-3119 214 Monticello St., Winamac, Ind. RAMBLER R & R RAMBLER MOTORS 801 E. Main, Logansport DODGE DART Thomas & Everman, 517 North St. Dodge, Darts, Dodge Trucks PONTIAC WASSON-BUICK-PONTIAC Delphi, Ind. Phone LO-4-3040 or LO-4-2415 Ground Breaking Ceremonies Held The Rev. G. Chester Morgan, pastor, was in charge of ground breaking ceremonies held Sunday for the new Church of the Nazar- ene'at Clinton and Lynas Streets. Speakers were Atty. Robert S. Justice, Robert Barr, Rev. Paul Winder, and Rev. H. Dale Mitchell. Prayer was given by the Rev. Spross Frost, of Lafayette. Rev. A. C. Morgan, district superintendent was present. Construction of the church will begin in early July. Sale Calendar Tune 23—Joe & Ellen Crowden ..£1- ,jnj , Carl Fisher June 23—Berkshire's .Keith Berkshire June 23—Dodrill's Weddington June 23—Earl Jordon Estate Bineharts, Aucts. June 23—Midwest Machinery Auct. Bldg Vogel June 23—Carl Wagner •. Keith Berkshire June 27—Herbie's Place Keith Berkshire June 30—David W. Armstrong Estate Rineharts LATE MARKETS Hawkins 200 to 220 17.85 220 to 240 ;..-. 17.50 240 to 260 17.15 260 to 280 16.65 280 to 300 ' 10.15 Sows ..' '.'.. 14.50 .down Boars 9.00 down Eurnettsville Poultry Leghorns 07 Heavey Hens . .17 Third Street Market Lambs Beef Hides 05 Veal Hides Producers Marketing Assn. 190 to 215, No. 1 18.50 190 to 220, No. 2, No. 3 18.00 Sows • • 14.50 down Boars 10.00 down Klumpp Produce (Deei Creek) Heavy Hens Leghorns Eggs ........': ..... Wayne's Produce Heavy Hens .12 .06 .20 .10 Leghorns 06 Popejoy's Poultry Farm Heavy Hens •• .15 ^INDIANAPOLIS OU-PI) -Livestock: Hogs 5,500; barrows and gilts uneven; averaging mostly steady; uniform 190-230 Ib 18.65-19,00; bulk 180-240 Ib 18.00-18.65 240 : 270 Ib 17.25-18.00; several loads to 18.25; 270-300 Ib 16.50-17.50; 300-350 Ib 15.75-16.75; sows steady to 25 higher 300-400 Ib 14.25-15.00; few 15.75; 400-600 .Ib 13.50-14.50; 600-750 Ib 13.25. Cattle 1,900; calves 75; steers uneyenly steady; heifers steady to spots 50 higher; choice steers 25.505-26.00 mixed good and choice 24.50-25.00; good with end choice 24.00; good 23.00-24.00; choice mixed steer and heifer-yearlings 25.00-25.50; good and mixed good and chice heifers 22.50-24.00; cows steady to strong instances 25-50 higher; utility and commercial 14.50-16.50; canners and cutters THESE CARS HAVE VACATION" $2449 Fordo m WRITTEN ALL OVER THEM! 'DEAiL N|OW AlMD -TAKE IJ1HAT ilWIP *N WE 'QQlMFORfT OF lA DEPENDABLE USED GAR! 1 Q]i| MIBP/TJ ID'V Monterey 4 door hardtop, beautiful tan and while w!Hr tan oil vinyl In- I fO I JIlClYvUlY I torior, full carpeting, AWcomatlc, radio with roar soat speaker, power Peering, power brakes and many other extras. A cisan 1 owner local car 1 O/tl C/Vpn ^ c '° or """"h Wagon i" beautiful light gre«n with matchnig interior. ' *" * IwlVIr transmission. Here's another excellent local, 1 owner car that will make a dandy family car on that vacation trip. Only 10AH (WnC'WiniRlll F D y namic 8B * ^° or Holiday hardtop. Beautiful Province! white with I 7OU ULl/iJJflvDl'L.C gray interior. Hydramatic, power steering, power brakes, radio with roar soat speaker, doluxe Tntorior, full carpeting. Smooth comfortable riding every mile of the way. Only 4 QJL'A lYfljft^C ^ art ^ door sedan. 6 cyl., standard shift, radio, healer. This oar is in beau- I 7ww VWI/Wfc tjful condition and talk about economy driving, this can't be ^ 1 1 AO king 2 tone tan finish. Now jusr .' 3* • ' ™ * . Custom 300 4 door sodan, Fordomatlc, radio, hooter, sparkling white finish with gray interior. Another local, 1 owner beauty just id* "I 1 OQ waiting to be driven. Only '.. ! ^,' * VT 1 O^'O Rlllinif ^' ec ' ra ^ door hardtop. Gorgeous sags green finish and in excellent condition. '*** e*wlvl\ A perfect family car with loads of driving comfort. 4lAAO It's a local one owner automobile too . , ' T * Ww7 f H'FVRni FT lm P a ' a convertible. Beautiful white with red interior, qnd it's abso- ^••*" ™ •«"•••> I lutely Iko new Inwde and out. Pow*r steering and <tl7QQ boat! Striking power brakos. -All roody for lots of fun in the sun IQCO f UCWPni FT lmpala 2 d ° or narcll °P' brilliant chariot red and white, red Interior, I 7 J7 InCVnULEI powo , r st(ier j n g, brakos, white tiros. A beautiful ' <t 1 AQ Q local 1 owner car. ' . • T ' *»O f 1QCQ fUEI/Pni CT conv « l 't' blB < i ot black, white top, power steering, &17QQ I7J7 inEVnVLCI brakes, turboglide, VB, 1 owner, low mileage. V « * *»* T017 f HPVWOKFT 4 door iadan/ 6o y''' Powsrolld*. Beautiful 2 tone green and a show- 1 *•** VrtK • aVtK I , room Interior. Exceptionally low mileage. This one owner car has had excellent oare .and she's ready to go ifettOlO to the Seattle World's Fair «J>YOT 19S7 OlDSWIfl'RIir Sup ° r 88 F ' 0!lCI station w °Son. Red and black and lots of power, l<Jt VbWiMflWIIIVk including Hydramartc, power freermg and brakes, radio, healer, A good dependable..! owner family car £ 1 f JlA that's yours for just , «p I Vt 1917 'PI YM/VIITH Suburban ? door Cation wagon, Scyl,, Powirflite transmission all I7J/ rLIJYlUUin shiMd up ln a n k(1 n , w yo || ow »±AAQ •finish and ready for relaxing summer cfriving ...... «pOO f 1 Q'lA HI nCfJUIflfi'llF 4 door H°"«l««y ««•«"• T Ms de,,k 98 moefef ft atf I 7 JO ULUamUDILE white and ,„ . xeet |. nt condition. See if today ........ MYERS OLDSMOBILE CADILLAC 990 Broadway A GOOD DEAL. . . PLUS A GREAT DEM MORE! Phone 5141 13.00-15.00; bulls\steady; .'utility and commercial ,18.00-20:00 : veal- ers steady over Monday decline; good and choice 25.00-28.00; standard and low good 21.00-25,00. Sheep 450; lambs steady to strong; spots 50 higher; prime 25.00; choice; and mixed choice and prime 22.00-24.50.' utility and good 18.00-20,00; mi^ed good and choice shorn old crop, fall shorn 17.50. . CHICAGO (UPD-Livestock: Hogs 7,000; steady to strong; No 1-2 190-230 Ib 18.50- 19.00; couple hundred head 190 -220 Ib 19.00; 16 head around 210 Ib 19.25; mixed No 1-3 180-240 Ib 17.7618.50; 240-260 Ib 17.25-18.00; : No 2-3 260-300 ft 16;7547.25;, load No 3 around 310 Ib 16"50; load No 3 around320 Jb 16.35. Cattle 4|500; calves ;25; salable supply increased by .around 500 head slaughter steers carried from Monday; steers steady, to 25 lower than Monday's average; heifers mostly steady; vealers steady; load choice to mostly prime 1215 Ib fed steers 27.75* Iwo loads mixed "..choice and prime 1325 Ib 27.00; bulk choice 950-1350 Ib 24.75-26.25;: several loads high choice 1150 - 1250 ,lb 26.50; mixed good and choice 24.25-24,50; good 22.50-24.25; choice heifers 24.50-25.50; mixed good and choice 23.75-24.50; good 21.75-23.75; good and choice veal- ers 25.00-28.00. • .' Sheep 300; spring .slaughter lambs bulk of supplyj^-all classes steady; choice and prime 80-110 Ib spring lambs 24.50-25.00; individuals 1 up to 26.00;.mostly choice 23.50-24.50; good and choice 22,00. 23.50; utility and good 20.00-22,00. RoscoeM.Cook,?!, Retired Indianapolis Mai! Carrier, Dies MONTICELLO - Roscoe M. Cook, 71, of 3353 Arthington Blvd., Indianapolis, died suddenly at 3:30 pah." Monday at the White/county Memorial hospital. He was residing at: rural route 1, Monticello, prior to entering the hospital. Bom April 23, 1891 in Frankfort, he was the son of Jonathon and Dorcus Cook. His marriage on Aug. 7, 1926 was to Katherine Bies, He was a retired postal carrier in Indianapolis and was a veteran of World War II. During the war he served with the 148th Aerial Squadron. Survivors include his widow; a daughter, Mrs. Evelyn Wilson, Louisville; a brother, C. 'Brenton, Cleveland Heights, Ohio, and a granddaughter. Funeral services will be held at 10:30 a.m. .Thursday at the Aufenberg and , White funeral home in Monticello with Rev. Paul Kitley officiating. Burial will be in the Bunnell cemetery at Frankfort. Friends may call at the funeral home after noon Wednesday. CHICAGO ('UH)-Produce: Live poultry roasters 21'/4-23; special fed White Rock fryers 18-18H; .Plymouth Rock fryers 19. Cheese single daisies 38%-40; longhorns 38)^-40^; .processed loaf 36-38 Swiss Grade A 47-52; B 45-50. Butter steady; 93 score 57; 92 score 57; 90 score 54)4; 89 score 53. , Eggs steady white large extras 28; mixed large extras 27 J /4; mediums 23'/5; standards 25. Robert F.Cooley, 48, Dies at Logansport; Final Rites Pending PERU-Robert F. Cooley, 48, of 598 W. Seventh St., Peru, died suddenly at work Tuesday morning. He was employed as a crane operator for the Engineering Construction Co. of Logansport. He had lived in Cass and Miami counties most of his lifetime. Born in Waverly, Tenn., on Feb. 4, 1914, he was the son of William and Margaret Sisk Gooley. A son, Danny, survives. The body was taken to the Drake-Flowers funeral home where where final rites are pending. Delphi Trucker Escapes Injury DELPHI — Charles Knott, of Delphi, a truck driver for the Pearson's Sales firm in Delphi, escaped injury Monday evening when his truck overturned at the intersection of Indiana 25 and U. S. 52 east of Lafayette. The ' truck was carrying ammonia. The tank did not explode and Knott escaped with only minor bruises. He .was enroute from Lafayette to Delphi and apparently turned the corner too sharply at the intersection. Ce.ci| H. pay, 66, of Star City, Succumbs; Final Rites Thursday STAB CITY, Cecil H. Day, I of Star City, a retired mechanic, died at 9 p.m. Monday at his home. Born Oct. 12, 1895 in Fulton county, he was the son of Justice E. , and Ida . McKitricfc Day, His marriage was to Millie Bowser and she died in 1957. He came to Star City from Sturgis, Mich,,' five years ago, Survivors include & step-son, Hichard Day, Plymouth; three grandchildren; four .sisters, Mrs, Pearl Crispen, Macy; Mrs. Eva McLochlin, Star City; Mrs. Zinda Hildebrandt, South Bend and Mrs. Jessie Rinker, brother, Fred, Niles, Mich.; a Rochester. One sister preceded him in death. Funeral services will be held at 1 p.m. Thursday at the Fry and Lange funeral home in Winamac with Rev. C. D. Barringer offi dating. Burial will be in the Oak Hill cemetery at Plymouth. Friends may call at the funeral home after 7 p.m. Tuesday. Funeral Rites Thursday For Adeline Meeker PERU—Funeral services will be held at 2 p.m. Thursday at the Peru Church of Jesus Christ, Latter Day Saints, for Mrs. Adaline Meeker, 79, of 159 N. Wabash St., Peru. Bishop Edward Schmidt and Elders August Rasmussen and Farron Crook will officiate and burial will be in Lutheran cemetery. Mrs. Meeker died at 12:10 p.m. Monday at the Peru Nursing Home following an illness of three weeks. Born Nov. 15, 1892 in Germany, she was the daughter of Klaus and Wilhelmina Steinbacfc Koehnke. Her marriage in 1900 was lo Henry W. Meeker and he died in 1959. She was a member of the Church of Jesus Christ, Latter Day Saints in Peru. Survivors include two half- brothers, including Fred Koehnke, Peru; two half-sisters; a foster sister and a grandchild. Two sons and a daughter preceded her in death. Friends may call at the Drake- Flowers funeral home after 10 a.m. Wednesday and at the church an hour prior to,rites. i A-1 Used Trucks Deaths and Funerals City, Cass County BYERS, BERT A., 83, of Peru. Funeral services at 1:30 p.m. Thursday, McCloskey - Hamilton- Kahle funeral home. Burial in Thomas cemetery near Onward. Call -at the funeral home. GRAHAM, MRS. LILLIAN B., 38, of 1328 Smead St. Funeral services at 2 p.m. Wednesday, Fisher funeral home. Burial in Mt. Hope cemetery. Call at the funeral home. IHPSKIND, MISS SANDRA, 16, of Marion. Funeral services at 9 a.m. Thursday, St. Paul's church, Marion. Graveside rites will be held at Mt. Hope cemetery in Logansport with Rev. Thomas Fox officiating at ll:30.'a.m. Thursday. Call at the Ravens funeral home, 911 S. Washington, Marion after 7 p.m. Tuesday. SMITH, IRA A., 88, of 1615 W. Third St., Marion. Funeral services at 2 p.m. Wednesday, Seventeenth Street Church of the Brethren, Logansport. Burial in Galveston cemetery. Call at the Thomas funeral home in Calveston. WORTLEY, MRS. LILLIAN A., 83, of Logansport, Funeral services at 1:30 p.m. Wednesday, McCloskey-Hamilton • Kahle funeral home, city. Burial in Bethal cemetery. Call at the funeral home. District COOK, ROSCOE M., 71, of Indianapolis. Funeral services at 10:30 a.m. Thursday, Aufenberg and White funeral home, Monticello. Burial in Bunnell cemetery at Frankfort. Call at the funeral home after noon Wednesday. COOLEY, ROBERT F., 48, of 18 W. Seventh St., Peru. Funeral rites are pending at the Drake- Flowers funeral home in Peru. DAY, CECIL H., 66, of' Star City. Funeral services at 1 p.m. Thursday, Fry and Lange funeral home, Winamac. Burial in Oak Hill cemetery at Plymouth. Call at the funeral home after 7 p.m. Tuesday. HUNTER, DR. CLARENCE W., 88, of 111 E. Front St., Delphi. Funeral services at 1:30 p.m. Wednesday at the Jackson funeral home in Delphi. Burial in Delphi Odd Fellows cemetery. JUSTICE, MRS. BESSIE, 72, o! Flora. Funeral services at 2 p,m, Wednesday, Carter funeral home, Flora. Burial in Sharon cemetery. Call at the funeral home. KIMMEL, ELMER C., 37, of Springfield, Ohio. Funeral services at 1:30 p.m. Wednesday, Littleton funeral home. Springfield, Ohio. Burial in Ferncliff cemetery at Springfield. MEEKER, MRS. ADALINE, 79, of 159 N. W'abash St., Peru. Funeral services at 2 p.m. -Thursday, Peru Church of Jesus Christ, Latter Day Saints. Burial in Lutheran cemetery. Call at the Drake • Flowers funeral home in Peru after 10 a.m. Wednesday and at the church an hour prior to rites. ROCKWELL, OTHO V., 57, of 112 W. Seventh St., Peru. Funeral services at 1:30 p.m. Wedneseday, Drake-Flowers funeral home, Peru. Burial in Mt. Hope cemetery. Call at the funeral home tery. Call at the funeral home. SCHROLL, MRS. GOLDA, 63, of rural route 1, Roann. Funeral services at 2 p.m. Wednesday, Grandstaff funeral home, Roann. Burial in Ebenezer cemetery. Call at the funeral home. Logansport, Indiana, Pharos-Tribune Eleven COMMUNITY BRIEFS Around Bunker Hill Hospital Notes Admitted: Airman 1C Earl Ben nett, Airman 2C Robert Nicholson S.Sgt. Vern Stevens, Airman Basic Leo Staunches, Airman 1C Floyd Hudson, Harriett Harris, Joan Bbevert, Peggy Lingenfelter, Jeanenine Marsh, Norma Yonkers, Sheila May and Carol Dziacro. Dismissed: M.Sgt. Harold Quin- Ian, Myrtis Snyder, Mrs. Vivian Fannin and son, Vincent and Mrs. Mildred McFarlin and son, Clarence. Births: A son to S.Sgt. and Mrs. Robert Boevert. MONTICEL'LO— Births: Friday—A son was born to Mr. and Mrs. Robert Gerlach, 302 West South Street; a daugb ter to Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Mai chow of Monon. Saturday — a daughter to Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Stinson, Chalmers, Sunday — a daughter to Mr. and Mrs, William Render, Box 52, Francesville. Dismissals:, Saturday—John E. Connell, Box 46, Buffalo; Master Kent Kellog, Monon; Mrs, Samuel E. Roberts, 730 South Main Street; Master Phillip Widncr, Monon; Mrs. Thomas Rader, rural route 3.- Sunday—Mrs. Wesley Glassburn, 923 South Lewis Street, Kokomo; Mrs. Ronald Rice, 41E Chestnut Street; Mrs. Robert Ruemler and son, Reynolds; '.Monday—Miss Judy Coffey, Box 1)7, Wo'lcott; Mrs. Eric Marzke, rural route 3. ROCHESTER— Admissions to Woodlawn hospital: Mrs. Robert White, Nashville, tenn.; Clarence Griffith, Akron. Dismissals: Mrs. Edward Niles and son, Akron; W. B. Willoughby, Kewanna; Mrs. Noah Reichard, Akron; Mrs. Dennis Ballinger and son, Argos. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Sloan, Warsaw, are the parents of a daughter. Mr. and Mrs. Donald Potter, Akron, are the: parents of a daughter. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Burkelt, Fort Wayne, are the parents of a daughter, born at Parkview Y pital, June 16^ The mater grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Oren Conrad, Rochester, and the paternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Norman Burkelt, Akron. Firemen answered a call to the home of Mrs. Irene Alderson, 1716 Woodlawn Ave., at 4:40 p.m. Monday where they found a fire leaping up from in back of the gas stove. Firemen shut off the gas and put out the blaze. Damage was minor. Prepare Petition To Vote Nov. 6 on School Issue Cass county's school reorganization plan will probably come be fore the voters 'at the general election Nov. 6, The county reorganization committee met Monday night to prepare a petition requesting that the judges of the Cass and White circuit courts set that date. The vote would include the proposed Logansport, Pioneer anc Southeastern districts. A requesi for voting in the Caston district has been delayed at least temporarily pending a law suit now in the Pulaski circuit court. Committee chairman John Bur rough said the group has made tentative plans to arrange meetings with Parent Teacher Association groups next fall to explair the reorganization plan. He callec the next committee meeting Sept. 25. 1961 FORD F-100 Pickup truck, 6 cylinder, engine, 6V4 ft. bed, solid, like sew. $1395.00 1961 FORD Ranchero, Fresh air heater/ new tires. $1395.00 1960 CHEVROLET % ton stake truck, new mud & mow's on rear, $1395.00 1959 FORD C-1600, tllfoab, 292 Cu. In. engine, 8:25x20 tires, 2 speed axle, will handle 15' bed. $1595.00 'SPECIAL BALANCE OF JUNE BRAND NEW 1762 FORD F-100 Pickup ^ $1795 "Truck Headquarters" JOHNSON FORD SALES, INC. Market at 25th Phon* 5104 •^•••••••^•••••••••••••••••ilH VINTAGE MOTOR CARS UNDER $250.00 Chieftain 4 door dan 1955 PONTIAC: 1956 BUICK s ttL:;f an 1955 PONTIAC t d rbo± P ,rc. 1953 PONTIAC 2Ld r k ;± pr rc, 1951 OlDSMOBILE s r ndoor 1954 CHRYSLER r° wYok ' r 1955PONTIAC 5 l d : 1951 PONTIAC 1 4 door »edan (•dan $247.96 $199.99 $248.46 $119.96 $123.81 $246.93 $249.93 $74.82 GRUSENMEYER PONTIAC INC. Phone 3693 T12 S. 6th !St. Town Births ST. JOSEPH'S — Bom to Mr. : and Mrs. Jesse Bell, rural route ; ;, Royal (lunter, a son. MEMORIALr-Born to Mr, and '. Urs. William Johnston, rural route!!, a son; In Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Lewis. 2301 West Gate St., a son; • o Mr. and Mrs, James Hoover, •ural rout.j 1, Star City, a daugh- ". er; to Mr. and Mrs. Leo Hecortf, •ural route 4, a son. Hospital Notes ST. JOSEPH'S-Admitted: Julus Ruffo, 1222 Spear St.; Frank Calb, Union hotel; Robert Bucks, •; 1001 Twenty-third St.; Homer Conrad, 1010 West Market St.; Mrs. Bertha Buchanan, rural route 6; Alfred Thomas, Walton; Ralph Rhodes, 519)4 East Market St.; Mrs. Doris Unger, 1702 North St.; John Douglas, 911 State SU; Masters John and Stephen.Tow, . 2226 East Broadway; Miss Vir- ;inia Zehncr, 117 Tenth St.; Mrs. Hary Schiichc, 1416 Johnson St.; Mrs. Edit!) Hunt, 2009 Spoar St.; Jlen Hoover, 1501 North Third 3t. Dismissed: John Shankle, Wa- ' jash; Miss Susan Brown, Camden; Mrs. Sue Burkelt, Burrows; Mrs. Mary Beckman, 1309 Erie Ave.; Mrs. Lucille Dean, 100 East Colfax St.; Master Morris Laymon, Walton; Albert Ricciardi, 1229 Erie Ave, MEMORIAL - Admitted: Miss L,issa Howard, S3Yi Ninth St.; Miss Tanwra Sutton, 525 Eleventh St.; Donald Enyart, rural route 1, Star City; Jacob Hulsizer, rural route 1, Twelve Mile; Mrs. Mar- • aret Strange, 928% East Market St.; Mrs. Lola Swope, rural route _ 3; Mrs. Hazel Schreckenghaust; 1325 Liberty St.; Bub Ayers, 530 Selm St.; Miss Deana Dell, rural route 2, Kokomo; Miss Sonja Fulmer, 1610 Spear St.; Mrs. Helen Apt, 1235 Chicago St.; John Price, Jr., Lucerne. Dismissed: Mrs. Taylor Dalton and son, Peru; - •'mond Downs, rural route 2? Mrs. Wayne Fisher and daughter,' 1833 Michigan Ave.; Harry Mct; Dowell, 1414 North Third St.; Miss Betty Michael, 424 Culbert- ' son St.; Mrs. Olie Schmidt, 112(5 East Broadway; Mrs. Hulda Vernon, rural route 3; Master David Zimmernun, 1823 Clark St. Circuilr Court The estate o£ the Idle Myrtle Backusi who died June 11, was estimated at $54,000, including . ?48,000 in real estate, when it was. • opened in the Cass circuit court with the appointment of Walter. Newman as administrator. Heirs are throe daughters, Hildreth Beckley, of Royal Center, Lottie Catron, of route 1, Lucerne, arid Esther Newman, Logansport. O'Neill and O'Neill are the attorneys for the estate. • -•-* L. Cpl. Larry R. Boughton, soii of Mr. and Mrs. Laurence Bough- ion, 1503 Pleasant Hill, is a patent at the U. S. Army hospital • .n Hawaii with a foot injury. Boughton was injured when a shell exploded and will be in the lospital two months. His address is: Tripler Army Hospital, Ward 12, APO 438, 3an Frimcisco, Calif. ' • -•-* Building Permits Two building penults were issued by the office of John Arider* son, city building commissioner; Tuesday. They were issued to C. H. Steinman, 1321 Johnson St., $100 for repairs on the ceiling of the residence; and Kenoz L. E. Doone, • 1219 Spear St., $100 for sidewalk repair. Mrs. Jcnice Hyman Gfroningei% , 427 Heath st., is a surgical patient in Methodist hospital, Indi-;. anapolis. She is in room B459. . ' GOOD TESTED AND GUARANTEED REFRIGERATORS General Electric 8 cu. ft., nice inside and out ............ $49.95 Norge Apartment size with automatic defrost ........ .$69.95 Kclvinalor, 9 cu. ft. .runs fine ......................... $49.95 Frigidaire full width Ireczer, 9 cu.ft ..................... $79.95 Gibson lull width freezer, 8 cu. ft ...... ................... $59.95 Norge full width freercr, 8 cu.' ft ........................ $49.95 Frigidaii)e 7 cu, ft. good operating condition .......... $49.95 Frigiciairc 10 cu. ft., 2 door; freezer-refrigerator, excellent ........................ $139.95, OTHER GOOD USED APPLIANCES! Hotpoint automatic washer, all porcelain ................ $49.95" Frigidaii:e automatic washer,* rebuilt .................. $79.95, Wcstingliouse automatic wash." cr, good ............... ,.$69.95 FrigidaL'e automatic washer,' rebuilt .................. $79.95; Garland gas range, very nice.' .. ........................ $49.95* Norge electric range, 1st class' .. ...................... $59.95 "Easy Terms Available" 315 4th Sr. Phone 2762

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