rhursday Evening June 21,1962. HOCKMANS SAFE BUY USED CARS See Our Clean Selection Today! 1962Cbrvair Monza, radio, hooter, automatic, 8,000 mil". 1961 Mercury 4 door hardtop, radio, hearer, power steering and brakes, 1961 Renault Dauphine, 4 door, now ear trade in. 1960 Ford Fairlane 500, 6 cylinder, automatic, radio and heater, power steering. 1960 Chevrolet Bel Air 2 door sedan, 6 cylin-. der, automatic transmission, power glide, 1 owner.. 1959Thunderbird Full power. SPECIAL 1957 LINCOLN PREMIERE 2 door hardtop, full cower. $699.00 1959 Ford Golaxie Convertible, radio, heater, power steering and brakes, jet black. 1959 Ford Gafaxie 4 door sedan, radio, heater, automatic, power steering and brakes, all whtfe. 1959 MERCURY Mortterey, 2 door ledan, standard transmission, new car trade-in, real sharp. 1958 Lincoln Premiere 4 door hardtop, full power, low mileage. 1962 VOLKSWGEN MICRO-BUS Deluxe, 9 passenger, brand new with only 4,000 miles. MANY 55 - 56 - 57 & 58 Sedans, Hardtops and Convertibles to choose from, all at reasonable prices.. . 12 Month Written Warranty On Used Cars Your Dealer For Lincoln—Mercury—Corn*! HOCKMAN MOTORS, INC. Market at 8th Phone 4118 A Sockfull... On One of These A-1 Used Cars 1961 Ford Galaxie Victoria, 2 door, Thunderbird 352 special engine, cruis-o- maiic trarnmtsiion, radio, heater, white walls, wheel covers, backup lights. $2195.00 1961 Chevrolet Be) Air, 2 door, V-8 enfline, ra- • dto, heator, wMte walls, wheel coven. $2095.00 1961 Mercury Monterey 4 door hardtop, power steering and brakes, radio, heater, white walls, wheel covers. $2195.00 1958 Ford Fairlane 200 2 door hardtop power steering, and brakes automatic transmission, palomino tan and white. Like new. $1145.00 1961 Ford Falcon 2 door, deluxe Trim package, Fprd-o-matie, white wall tires, $1695.00 1960 Ford Fairlane 4 door, 6 cylinder, standard transmission, 24,000 easy miles.' $1395.00 1959 Ford Galaxie Victoria, 2 door, Thunderbird 352 special engine, .power steering, .Cruise-o-rnotic, radio, white sidewall tires, wheel covers. $1595.00 1960 Ford Falcon 2 door, deluxe trim package, Fordomatic, radio, heater. $1295.00 1960M.6. 4 door sedani, 4 cyl., engirt*, 4 speed . transmission 1 radio, heater, $1395.00 JOHNSON FORD SALES, INC. tiro * Market Phone 5104 elected Shelby County Democratic chairman. Branson replaces Hobert -Meltzer who resigned to be- ELECT NEW CHAIRMAN SHEUBYVJLIJE, Ind. -OUH)— Russell Branson, Shelbyville thea- come acting postmaster. ter owner, Wednesday night was WERE HANDING YOU SOME REAL 1 Qi*i i"UE\rDf\l BT lm P ala 4 * >or nardtop, whit •I TOZ VnCVKvLCI with iawn trim, V8, radio, heater power steering; brakes; 1urboglid«; white tires. Demonstrator, 4,000 milts. 1 ft/ | /"UC\f D/\| ET Impala 4 door hardtop white with I TO I vflCVIiVfLCI fawn trim, V-8, radio, heater, power steering, brakes, turbpglide, white tires. "" •* t)oor sedan ' p°w«- glide, radio end heater. I" IUCVIXAI 'CT '•' Air 4 door> inEVflVTkEI ,r B lide, radio, heater whit. tires, turquojse and. white. 1'OlCA. Dl/YUViAir Chieftain 4 door sedan. Radio, heater I VJO FUWI lAV A , ow n , i [.ag. older car. radio , ,,. otir , whlte ,, r ., ( 2 lone white and *llver, low mileage 1 owner, Check Our Selection of Good USED TRUCKS 2 1tm '""*> 825 +'""• radio < heater. A real dandy. ton FleeUld demonstrator, heater, turn signals, rear bumper, custom cab dark green finish. 1957 INTERNATIONAL /Jh ?:j F - 600 6 cylinder, 2 speed axle, 82S)< 2 0 „„.. 1960 CHEVROLET BUY WHERE QUALITY COMES FIRST Phone Logansport 40123 Deaths and Funerals City, Cass County AWLEGATE, HALPH, 83, of Hoover. Funeral services are pending 'at the Fisher funeral home in Logansport. . REXSTHEW, JAMES L., 88, of Galveston.' Funeral services at 2 p.m. Friday, Thomas funeral home, Galveston. Burial in Memorial Park cemetery, Kokomo. Call at the funeral home after noon Thursday. District AHNERT, MRS. THERESA, 65, of 103 W. Boulevard, Peru. Funeral services at 9 a.m. Saturday, St. Charles church, Peru. Burial in Catholic cemetery. Call at the Brookman funeral home after 7 p.m. Thursday. COOLEY, ROBERT F., 48, of '8 W. Seventh St., Peru. Funeral services at 2 p.m. Friday, Drake-Flowers funeral home, Peru. Burial in Greenlawn cemetery. Call-at the funeral home. DRAGSTREM, WILLIAM G., 77, of Marion. Funeral services at 2 p.m. Friday, Laird funeral home Amboy. Burial in Marion IOOF cemetery. Call' at the funeral home. GEIER, MRS. GRACE, 86, of Reynolds. Funeral services at noon Sunday, Aufenberg and White funeral home, Monticello. Burial in Reynolds Lutheran cemetery. Call at the funeral home after 4 p.m. Friday. MEISER, MRS. BIRDIE, 89, of 305 S. Main St., Monticello. Funeral services at 2 p.m. Friday, Aufenberg and White funeral home, Monticello. Burial in Riverview cemetery. Call at the funeral home. MILLION, REV. EUGENE B., 54, of rural route' 2, Monticello. Funeral services at 1:30 p.m. Saturday, Miller funeral home, Mon ticello. Burial in Riverview'ceme- tery. Call at the funeral home after noon Friday. WILSON, H. RICHARD, 63, of rural .route 1, .Peru. Funeral services at 2 p.m. Saturday, Eikenberry funeral home, Peru. Burial in Lutheran cemetery. Call at the funeral home after 2 p.m. Friday. PERSONAL 'LOANS Lincoln Finance Company Marie Smith, Mgr. Phone 3295 Ralph Applegate, 63, Dies in West Virginia; Final Rites Pending Ralph Applegate, 63, of Hoover, passed away this morning at the \ and 0. Hospital in Huntington, W. Va. He was born March 24, 1889 in }ass County to Orlando and Ro- ;ella Zider Applegate. His marriage was to Stella Asbell in April of 1919. She survives. He had served with the C. and 0. Railroad'fpr. 42 years until his recent retirement. Applegate was a member of the Hoover Methodist church. : Besides the wife, surviving are: one son, Merritt L., of Peru; hree daughters, Mrs. Maxine Hussell, of rural route 5; Mrs. jladine LaCosta, of Mobile, Ala.; Wrs. Phyliss Cummins, of 321 iVheatland Ave.; three brothers, Dtis, of New Wavery; Cecil, of Logansport; Raymond, of Peru; ;wo sisters, Mrs. Ruth Bolton, of Kokomo; Mrs. Mabel Bean, of rural route 5, Logansport; 17 grandchildren and seven great- grandchildren. The body will be returned to the Fisher funeral home where rites are pending. Mrs. Theresa Ahnert Succumbs in Peru; Final Rites Saturday PERU—Mrs. Theresa A. Ahnert, 65, of 103 W. Boulevard, wife of eorge C. Ahnert, died at 3:45 a.m. Thursday at Dukes hospital following an illness of three days. Born in Peru on Dec. 5, 1896, she was the daughter of Peter and Mary Buckley Radel. Her marriage was on Nov. 18, 1918. She was a member of St. Charles Catholic church and the Rosary Society. Survivors include her husband; a son, Charles, of Buchanan, Mich., and a grandchild. A brother and three sisters preceded her in'death. Funeral services will be held at fl a.m. Saturday at St. Charles church with Msgr. Paul Welsh officiating. Burial will be in Catholic cemetery. Friends may call at the Brookman funeral home in Peru after 7 p.m. Thursday. New Minister to Be Honored Friday Members of the Market street Methodist church will honor their new minister and his family at a party Friday at 7:30 p.m. at the church. , The new minister, the Rev. Charles Taylor, and his family will be the guests of honor. A varied program is planned. All members of the church are invilec to attend. At least one person in every ten has some form of mental ill ness needing psychiatric treatment. CHEVROLET... LEADS THE WAY! ACROSS THE NATION CHEVROLET IS TAKING THE LEAD OVER AND ABOVE EVERY CAR SOLDI WSE IS TAKING PART IN THIS SALES EFFORT IN A BIG WAY! COME IN AND SEE FOR YOURSELF HOW YOU CAN GET OUT IN FRONT with the best deals in North-Central Indiana ON THE ALL NEW '62 CHEVROLET 23 NEW CARS IN STOCK! IMMEDIATE DELIVERY • NO WAITING • ON THE SPOT FINANCING SEDANS - HARDTOPS - CONVERTIBLES - STATION WAGONS - TRUCKS ANY OF THESE EXPERIENCED SALESMEN CAN COMPETENTLY AID IN YOUR SELECTION I Jack Whifeford — Dale Logan.— Dick Ka in — Bil I Demerly — Frank Lind — Jack Uiery — Delva Price I BUICK 201 E. BROADWAY PHONE 4135 WSE CHEVROLET OPEN DAILY 'TIL 9 p. nv SATURDAYS 7IL 6 p. m. Logansport, Indiana Pharos-Wbune Seventeen COMMUNITY BRIEFS Around Town Births MEMORIAL—Born to Mr. and Mrs. 'James Beechy, Walton, a son; to Mr.' and Mrs. Keith Pike, Franeesville, a son. Hospital Notes ST. JOSEPH'S-Admitted: Mrs. <lora Sloop, rural route 6; Mrs. Jessie Baker, 1428 East Broadway; Charles O'Connor, 518 Sixth St.; Milton . Hartoin, 1024 Seventeenth St.; Miss Elizabeth Rogers, 216 Barren St.; Baby Lori Weller,' 218% East Market St. Dismissed: Miss Michelle Wolf, 85 Eighteenth' St.; Mrs. Jessie 3ell and son, Royal Center; Gale Bender 1307 East Market St. MEMORIAL — Admitted: Don Mayhew, 824 Wheatland Ave.; Master Cary Lewis, 2407 Usher St.; Mrs. Mary Beighler, 400 Shultz St.; Miss Brenda Compton, rural route 1, Camden; Mrs. Ruth !onn, 721 Eighteenth St.; Charles rarden, Camden; Mrs. Wilma Craig, rural route 1, Camden. Dismissed: Leon Ayers, 530 Helm St.; Miss Bcna Bell, Kokomo; Mrs. Audry Cunningham, Walton; Loren Hinkle, 1718 George St.; Miss Lisa Howard, 83% Ninth St.; Mrs. Marjorie Hummerickhouse, rural route 2, Flora; Miss Rebecca Kelly, Cutler; Miss Shirley Moss, 1626 East Broadway; Miss Joretta Mummert, Cutler; Master Thomas Mummert, Cutler; Mrs. Hazel Schreckenghaust, 1325 Liberty St.: Mrs. Georgia Stuart, rural route 6. Army Pvt. Danny C. Titus, whose wife, Sue, and mother, Mrs. Helen L. Titus, live at 1617 Spear St., recently completed eight weeks of military police training at The.. Provost Marshal General School, Fort Gordon, Ga. Titus was instructed in subjects such as civil and military law, traffic control, map reading, prisoner-of-war control and self-defense. The 23-year-old soldier entered the Army last January and received basic combat training at Fort Leonard Wood, Mo. He was graduated from Logansport High School in 1957. City Court Basil Roller, 46, Royal Center, was fined $10 and costs and cense suspended for six months for leaving scene of property damage accident in city court Wednesday night. Joe Willis, 52, of 2105 Broadway, judgment withheld on charges of carrying a concealed weapon; Timothy 'Cronin, 18, of 2301 High St., $1 and costs, driving on an expired license; Arthur Sutton, Jr., 16, of 2117 Oakland St., $i and costs, speeding. Richard Velez; 27, of 208 Mont gomery St., $5 and costs, speeding; Linda Van Dyke, 17, Muskegon, Mich., $1 and costs, no drivers license; Marjorie McGrudcr, 31, Muskegon, Mich., $1 -and costs, permitting an unlicensed driver to drive and $1 and costs, improper registration, Danny Regan, son of Mr. and Mrs. Dan J. Regan, of 70 'Eighteenth street, is a student at Porter College, -Indianapolis, enrolled in Business Administration and I.B.M. Data Processing classes. A graduate of the local high school, Regan began the course on June 18. Mr. and Mrs. Stan Hampton former local residents, have re turned! to their home in Pitts burgh, Pa., after spending two weeks with Mrs. Hampton's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Hiveley of. 1100 East Market street. Mr Hampton is employed by .the Standard Oil Co., in Pittsburgh. Wayne Baldwin, 409 Fifteenth St., reported to police that a-.tai light lens was stolen from his car between 6-10:30 p.m. this pas Friday. The lens is valued at $8.85, «-•—• Jesse W. Cook, 18, rural route 1, clipped the front of a car driven by Gerald Lebo, 25, of 615 Thirteenth St., at 8:51 a.m. Thursday According to, police, Cook attempted to pass Lebo on the right on North Third street. No arrests were made.. Building Permits Building permits issued Thursday: Mrs. Edith Whittington, $100 for rebuilding a porch at 924 Sixteenth St.; Robert Baker, $100 for cement work at 2713 George St.; Edward Britton, $100 for roofing at 111 Eel River Ave. Justice Court Patrick Arderson, 38, of 215 Nineteenth St., was fined $25 and costs and his right to drive a motor vehicle was suspended for a year wher he pleaded guilty Vednesday afternoon in the local ustice of this peace court to a charge of driving while under the- nfluence of intoxicating liquor." le was arrested Jan. 20 by State Trooper Richard Keyes but wa's unable to appear in court sooner >ecause of in;uries suffered in anr accident on ttat date. Richard Bush, 25, of route !;' Macy, arrested June 15 by Trooper John Gaybr for disobeying. i» stop sign, ar.d Hugh O'DonnelJ,". 37, of 17 West Clinton St., arrested June 18 by Trooper Richard Ceyes for seceding, were fined 1 and costs. Circuit Court The will of the late Donald J,l" Grube, 62, who died June 13, was iled for probate in the Cass circuit court Thursday. Dated June '9, last year, it leaves ?5,000 to each of his four daughters and. 5,000 in trust for each of six sis- ers. Half of his estate was left jo his wife, Isabel. Sewell Murdock was mimed executor and;, rustee. Miller, Tolbert, ang' firschauer are the attorneys for he estate. A petition for authority to settle' the claim of '1-year-old Dalen Kitchell growing out of injuries he sustained in in auto accident Oct.- 22, 1961, on Indiana 7 near North Vernon was filed Thursday by lis parents, Daniel and Barbara' Citchell, in the Cass circuit court*' ?he claim was against Rosanne ; Sottee, driver, and Jackie Lucas, owner of the 1956 car involved in. .he accident. The petition states •' that the parents have entered into a settlement in behalf of the child. A citation i >r contempt of court against Domild Baker for failure ', ;o obey a court order was requested by Evelyn Baker, who sued him tor divorce. The hearing on the citation is set for 10 a.m. June 2S, . . The estate of the late Mrs. Sofi Savini, who died April 9, totaled (1,000, according to the schedule Filed in circuit court to determine ' the inheritance tax due. Her hus- ' band and four children were listed as heirs. George Wildman is the attorney for the estate. Bunker Hill Hospital Notes Admitted: ll.Sgt.' Howard Cham-",. bers. «• Dismissed: Airman 2C Robert^ Nicholson, /Urman Basic Leo^ Staunches aid Mrs. Lula Paige > and daughter, Traci. " !>-•-• I ROCHESTER— : Admissiomi to Woodlawn hospi- 1 tal: Arley S'ieininger, 1507 Jeffer-J son street; Karl Vaughn Jr., 217" West Fourth street; Mrs. Everett ^ Swick, Clayjool. J Dismissals; Mrs. Agnes Rans, * Mcntone; M:rs. Harriet Westwood, * 317 Fulton iivenue; Mrs. Donald* Potter and daughter, Akron; Phil- • lip Miller, liiacy. I Mrs. Januit Rhodes, 728 Fulton; avenue, is a. patient at Methodist- hospital, Imiianapolis where she I was admitted Monday for obser-; vation. » William Dragstrem ,1 Ex-Miami Co. Farmer,,.;; Succumbs in Marion :'. PERU — William Gari Drag-'! strem, 77; a;former Miami county,-' farmer, diet;'at his home in Mar-» ion at 1:15 p.m. Wednesday. 't Born July 16, 1884, he was the ; son of Albiirt and Sarah Tole '•" Dragstrem. ; He was a member of the Con-;; verse Mason c Lodge and the Fort • Wayne Scotfish Rite. ; Survivors include his widow, > Bertha; a son, Howard, rural'I route 4, Peiru; a daughter, Mrs. ; Mosalene Falk Brough, Peru and • a sister, MM, Minnie Foust, rural I route 4, Marion. ..; Funeral services will be held;at 2 p.m. Friday at the Laird ftt-jj neral home n Amboy with Rev.'" Russell Grutb officiating. Burial • will be in th<! Marion IOOF ceme-1 tery. : ;Friends miiy call at the funeral • home. Proud Day for Grandmother Mrs. Reba Burns, of 1107 North street, has two good-reasons for being a proud grandmother today. She has two new granddaughters, born within 48 hours. Her son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Donald Burns, of Great Lakes, 111., became the parents of Lorie Eileen, Monday, June 18, at 9:30 p.m. Her daughter, Mrs. Joe Crites, the former Mary-Burns, of East Monticello, presented her husband with their first child, Diana Lynn, born at 2:17 a.m. Wednesday, June 20. Mrs. Burns has another granddaughter, Debra Kay Burns, age 4. '-'•'. 20 Delegates at ;> Eagles Meeting : Twenty delegates from the La-,~ gansport Eajjles lodge are attend-!? ing the stale convention at Evans-^ ville which liegan Wednesday ar.d^ runs through Saturday. ;' The contingent left for the con--; vention following Wednesday!;" night's meeting. ;-" The Eagles) will initiate a new-r class next 'Wednesday with the; local drill find degree team ir/- charge. ' : '; Red Cross Unit ; Wayne Cadslc has been named' co-chairman[j of the Red Cross> disaster coKJmittee, according to^ Richard Davidson, who is retir-." ing from thti post. Davidson wilt- become chapter chairman on July'; 1. Chairman;:of the disaster com-/ mittee is Forrest Spencer. •*, ,./>'
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