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Logansport, Indiana
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Friday, November 15, 1957
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Friday Evening, November 15, 1957. 10. FOR RENT. > ROOMS, furnished, private bath, entrance. 615 E. Market. 40895. 3-ROOM apartment, heat, water private entrance. Phone 9411. UPPER 3-room furnished heated apartment. Phone 40678. SMALL furnished adults. P"h. 2891. apartment, 11. FOR SALE 11. FOR SALE 12x12 rug, 2 matching throw nigs, $70; Frigidaire automatic washer, $50; 40" gas range with automatic cook master $50. Call| 4734. BARR'S RED DELICIOUS Golden Delicious, Jonathan, Grimes, Turley and Stayman Winesap apples on sale at your grocers and storage, 4 ROOMS and bath, furnished, heat and water furnished. 305% Tanguy. Phone Monticello 1109-W. 3-ROOM furnished apartment $10. 1112 Spear. 3 ROOMS. Private bath and heat. Unfurnished upper apartment. Adults. 515 Fitch St. Phone 50086. e. Houses & Duplexes 5 ROOMS, all modern, on High street. Phone 8792. 6-ROOM house 3 bedrooms and bath upstairs! 714 Ninth St. Ph. 4952 or 8818. duplex and garage, unfurnished, lights, water and gas furnished. Call 21548 after 5. MODERN 3 bedroom home, bath, garage. Lawrence Rouch. Fulton UL 7-21D1 or UL 7-2655. MODERN 8 room home. Excellent location on High Street. 4 bedrooms. Immediate occupancy. Call 3195 or 21760. . ' 6 ROOM house in country. 2251 Twelve Mile 2 BEDROOM modern. W. Miami. Available December 1st. Ph. 40965. HALF 5 room double. 419 13th St. 40678. of double, 95 Ninth St., 5 rooms Call 7288. 2-BEDROOM house. Burnettsville 2881. Robert Don, ALL modern 2 bedroom house, east end, available Dec. 1, $85. Phone 3649. ' FOR RENT OR SALE: 4-room semi-modern house with TV at 601 Water. Call 40295. FOR RENT: 4-room furnished house. Phone 8516. VACANT, modern 6 rooms, and bath, newly decorated, new built- ins, hardwood floors, $65 month, close-in. Inquire 16 W. Linden. f. Rooms PLEASANT room with bath and parking. 719 E. Market. FRONT room, private entrance, near high school. Phone 8446. 2 SLEEPING rooms, one down, one up. Gentlemen. Call 2458. SLEEPING room. Gentleman. Phone 50564. NICELY furnished room. Everything private and modern. Close- in. 805 North. BARGAINS! BARGAINS! Shop at The Thrift Shop 411 E. Market Street Classified Ads for the Sunday Pharos-Tribune' and Logansport Press may be placed Up to 5 p.m. Saturday Phone 4141 ' Ask for an adtaker north of Orchard. mile Lake Cicott. ' Barr's a. Dressed Fowls, Meats PHEASANTS, domesticated, alive or dressed, while the supply lasts. Mrs. Richard Henderson, Fletchers Lake Fulton UL-7-3124. b. Fruits, Vegetables iPICK apples, $1.00; cider, 50c gallon. Lines Orchard, 5 miles east Mexico, Vz mile north. !b. Miscellaneous BA1RD MOBILE HOMES NOW HAVE ON DISPLAY THE TRAILER EVERYONE IS TALKING ABOUT 50 FT., 10 FT,. WIDE TRi-LEVEL CLEAN sleeping rooms, close-in. 514 E. Market Ph. 20371. NICE downstairs bedroom, private entrance.' Ph. 7016. g. Wonted To Rent . S-ROOM unfurnished apartment, Southside by or before Dec. 5. Ph. 50819'. New Prices, from $1200 to $8895 Used Prices, from $195 to $3200 AFTER SMALL DOWN PAYMENT ON ' NEW MOBILE HOME PAYMENTS AS LOW AS $32.54 PER MONTH!. WE HAVE OVER 45 MODELS TO CHOOSE FROM, IN 8-FT. AND 10-FT. WIDTHS. BA1RD MOBILE HOMES, Inc. 2 MI. SOUTH OF PERU ON U. S. 31 Ph. Peru GR-39806 HOUSETRAILERS and accMSOriea Buy, sell or trade. 2 mi. N. W on U. S. 3i. Maple Spring!!. WOOD—Furnace, fireplace, stove $5.00 delivered. Also slab wood Phone 56568 or 40190. BABY bed, also teeter-babe, very good condition. Phone 6006. tt-pound boxes of Lipton tea, only 25c. Bargain Center, 322 Third 11. FOR SALE BOY'S 20" bicycle, $15, good con dition. Ph. 40921. a. Household Goodt USED apartment size gas range, used apartment size refrigerator, good. Briggs Electric, 205 Fifth. CHOICE of three 2-piece living room suites, your choice $20 each; full size blond panel bed, $20; walnut full-size bed, complete with coil springs and innerspring mattress, $30; coffee table, $5; Coleman oil heater, 5- room size $40. Bennett Furniture, 313-315 E. Broadway. LOOK: Buy a $59.95 transistor portable radio and get a $29.95 electric razor free. Lots of other bargains, large and small, limited supply. TV specials. Wallar Electric. ^ HOME Comfort range, bath tub. Maude Snell, Twelve Mile, Ind. FOR SALE: 8-piece dining room suite. Phone 2288. STOVES of all kinds. Full line of used furniture. Sale every Wed. & Sat. 7 p.m. Open 1-5 p.m. daily for retail sales. Berkshires Auction House. 810 N. Third. SINGER What gift .could please her more? „ _ Layaway deposit re- 00 serve her SINGER now for Christmas delivery. 3 Singer Used Consoles $59.95 Singer Used Portable $49.95 t Singer Used Featherwgts. Only $99.95 Used Portables, $14.95 up Used Consoles, from $29.00 ,. SINGER Sewing Center Open Every Night This Week-Until 8:30 P.M. 311 Fourth St. Phone 3417 APPLES and cider. Rome Beauty and Turley Winesap. Bert Rhoades, High Street Road. APPLES—$1.00. Jim Calhoun's, miles west, Vz mile south Belong. Cider. We have apples in storage. FRESH chilled sweet eider, Apples, potatoes, bananas. Open evenings. Sam Berkshire, 425 South Cicott Street. 13. REAL ESTATE 7 ROOM $4500. ( Flora. semi-modern house. 58 South' Center St., Galveston Man Dies LONG TIME Farm Loans at reasonable rate of interest, write or,,..,, call Bricker 'Insurance Agency, ' *,' • . - , 65 W. Canal Street, Wabash, In- ness o£ several months - diana. Phones 715 Office and 37M Residence. ' FOR SALE: 5 room- all modern cottage, gas heat, Westside. Ph. 7277 or 3798. QUALITY Red and Golden Delicious apples, Stayman Winesap and cider. Orchard clean-up, you pick, $2.00. Drops, $1.00. Dwight Smith, north on 25, Airport Road. ORCHARD fresh fruits, cider, sorghum. Kozy Nook Orchard, V> mile west Rochester on Road 14. Open until 8 p.m. No Sunday sales. TURKEYS. Alive, dressed or Smoked. Ph. 56071. Mrs. Robert Thompson. ELKINS choice broad breasted turkeys. Oven ready, delivered. Phone 40712. 13. REAL ESTATE 4 ROOM HOME with large lot. Robert Dennis. Royal Center 2245. a- Houses BECOME a home owner this Christmas! Still time! See the Want Ads. Dial 4141. 6 ROOM, 1 story modern home, ojl, hot. water heat, 2 car garage. 3130 N.' Pennsylvania Ave. Ph. 2489. ZZ rifle, pump repeater, 3631. Ph. FOR SALE: 19-ft. $350. Ph. 7302. house trailer, FIRE SALE—Insulated sheathing. Logansport Lumber Co. Phone 3067. STEVENS rifle. 30-30 bolt action. Brand new. Phone 50061. Can see between 9-12 a.m., 5-9:30 p.m. HOUSETRAILERS NEW fc USED Anoka Trailer Court & Sales, 4 miles southeast of Logan on 35. FERREE & SMITH Mobile Home Sales, Akron, Ind., Ph. TW-3-3285 or TW-3-2075. V4 mi. 8. Akron. MORTON'S Sugar Cure. 524 Market. Kasch's, REFRIGERATOR, studio couch, child's bicycle, child's tractor, kitchen cabinet. Phone 8710. :. Musical Instruments FOR SALE: 2 record player and radio combinations,' $10 each 1800 Spear. SPINETS-CONSOLES: by America's oldest Incorporated -Piano Manufacturer. Guaranteed lowesl prices terms. Thompson Piano Sales.'834 W. Miami Ave. PAN-AMERICAN b-flat alto sax. In good condition, Nancy Good, H. 1, Idaville. MAYTAG WASHER & DRYER $389.95 and old washer. General Supply Co., New Waverly. TAKE OVER payments on 1957 17" Portable Philco television. $1.50 per week. Phone 3922, Ask for Earl. LIKE new 5 room Wizzard oil heater. Call 4847 between 8 a.m.- 5 p.m. 12x10 embossed plush textured Axminster carpet and pad, 16 months old, $100. Walton 3923. KENMORE automatic washer with. SudsSaver, good condition. Ph. ma. d. Poultry, Eg0x> Baby Chix HVE hens a boost at noon with SUP-PEL PELLETS. Hizer Hatchery, Grass Creek. 100 HONEGGERS Laying hens G. R. Brewer, Delphi 788. f. Wearing Apparel . DARK green winter coat, -fur col lar, size 12. Phone 8195. MARMONT dyed mink" jacket small size. 4405 after 5:30 p.m 4 LENGTH Mouton Fur coat Phone 7711. h. Wanted to Buy CASH for your used spinet; con sole, studio piano. Call 8983. WANTED: Used wood lath. Phone 3388. 12 GOOD THINGS TO IEAT APPLES and elder. .Jasper Flory & Son, High Street Road. $1,000 Down will buy this duplex well located close-in Ninth St. 3 bedroom apt. up, 2 bedroom apt. down. Nice lot, large garage. this six room property West Linden, cottage type and immediate possession. Only $8,000. this large nine room house on Pleasant Hill St., 2 full baths, oil furnace, garage. Single fam- 1y or duplex set-up. Priced to sell—now! this older type semi-modem cottage on Clifton Ave., very clean and nice thruout, double garage. Corner lot, only $5,800. Really worth the money! this commercial building 75'x50' with added rented 6 room apt. Part of bldg. presently under lease. Suitable for many purposes. this duplex on George St., 4 rooms down, 4 rooms up. hardwood floors, gas heat, only $8,750. DaleW.McNutt YOUR REALTOR Phone 2928 Eve. 2-1767—4886—2623 Front! 3 bedr. all one floor, possession, contr. Hillside! . 3 bedr. brand new ranch $15,000. Roselawn! 3 bedr. deluxe ranch home. , Miami! 4 bedr. modern only $9,000. Contract. • Biddie! 3 bedr. new ranch type, cash or trade. East End! 3 bedr. 2 baths, beautiful kitchen. Vacant. Otto Hilbert REALTOR Phone 2684 c. Farms 160-ACRE farm, good buildings mostly level land, $24,000. Jet- feries Agency, 403 East 13th., Rochester. Dial CA-3-8111. 18 ACRES, rich soil, 8 room house, modern, nice kitchen, new bath new barn. Cost approx. $4,000. Large shaded lawn, garden between Akron and Rochester. Owner moving to Florida. Sell contract $2500 down. ELMER LITTON, Realtor 1020 Jefferson St. Rochester, Ind. Mr. Phillips was born on March 1, 1888, in Waupecong, ia Miami county. His parents were John Milton and Tessie May Rivers Phillips. He was married Jan. 25, 1909 to Sylvia Ossee Gordon, who survives. Surviving also are four daughters, Mrs. Ruth Helen Johnson and Mrs. Matilda Alice' Barnes, of Kokomo; Mrs. Lucille Irene Seward, San Pedro, Calif., and Mrs. Polly Ann. Crawford, Galeston; three sons, .William Homer Phillips of Kokomo, Walter LeRoy Phillips of Galveston; and Ralph Waldo Phillips of Kokomo; five brothers, Chester of Marion, Don o£ Tipton, and Harvey, Raymond and Glen of Kokomo; and several grandchildren; three children are dead. Funeral services will be held at 2 p. m. 'Saturday at the Thomas Funeral Home in Gal-veston. Rev. William Simpson will offici- Harley H. Haggerty, Of Rochester, Dies ROCHESTER — Harley H. (Pop) Haggerty, 77, of 924 Monroe street, died at 3:55 a. m. Friday after an illness of two years. Born Oct. 24, 1880 in Miami county to Albert and Martha Hale Haggerty, he moved to Fulton county 37 years ago. He was custodian of the Rochester high school until his retirement two years ago. He was married in Peru May 6, 1903 to Frances Preiser, who survives. He was a member of the Trinity E. U. B. church in Rochester. Surviving besides the wife are ur daughters, Mrs. Walter Burkett, Mrs. Doc Miller, Mrs. Howard Bunn and Mrs. Paul Walters, all of Rochester; a son, Rov. of Elkhart; a brother, Raleigh, of Greensfield; eleven grandchildren, five great grandchildren and several nieces and nephews. Friends may call' at the Foster and Good funeral home after 7 p. m. Friday. Funeral services will be at 1:30 p. m. Sunday at the Trinity E. U. B. church. The body will lie in state at the church for one hour prior to services. The Rev. F. I. Wilmert will offici- Park cemetery in Kokomo. Friends may call at the funeral home after 4 p. m. Friday. RAILROAD MEETING ' The Veteran Employes Association of the Pennsylvania Railroad has announced that Harry E. Hirst, vice president, will conduct the regular meeting of the organization Tuesday night at the Barnes hotel. President Carl J. Manders is ill and will be unable to attend the meeting. 31 ACRE truck farm on U.S. 35, 2 houses, irrigation, implements, trucks, fish pond, see celery, cauliflower, etc. growing. $12,000, easy terms. Dr. Overholser, Winamac. MODERN 6 room, house, Eving room, dining room, kitchen and bath,'large walk-in closet down, 3 bedrooms and bath up, coal furnace, close-in, Westside, al hardwood floors, newly painted new roof, screens all around. Immediate possession, $9,000. Call 3413. CONTRACT, Sell or . Trade-«% acres near Clymers. 2 Bedroom ; modern house. Oil heat. Combination barn, garage. Call 20711 FARMS! 23 A. Washington Twp SOLD 30 A. ClayTwp. $12,500 32 A. Clinton Twp. $12,800 40 A. Carroll Co. $17,000 80 A. Harrison Twp. $42,000 80 A. Tipton Twp. ; .SOLD 80 A. Washington Twp. ..... $36,000 80 A. Noble Twp. $12,500 110 A. Clinton Twp. $30,000 115 A. Carroll Co. $18,500 Otto Hilbert REALTOR Phone 2684 FARM LOANS If you need ready cash to con-' solidate your debts, to buy live- j stock or buy a farm you will be i interested in our liberal loan plan. BOB AYERS, REALTOR Phone 4326 16 W. Linden Ave. FOR SALE: 8 acres 6 miles from Camden, 18 miles from Logansport. 5 room house, inside plumbing, electric lights, big barn, chicken brooder, other bldgs. . Rustic setting with steam running thru corner. Good opportunity for man with ideas. Ready to occupy. Price $6950. Clifford Wallace, Phone 46-J, Qamden. WANT TO TRADE? Owner' desire to trade duplex, $140 monthly income, for improved or unimproved smaB acreage near Logansport. Phone 3879. • MODERN home, 2708 East Broadway. Gas heat, incinerator,' dish washer, carpeted. Phon e 6460. MONEY HOME & business. Attention Electrician, Refrigeration, also good opening for well drilling or tin shop. Aged owner cause of ! sale. Shop 20x30, garage 20x30, modern 8 room house, 2 lots, .small town, state road. Well established business, 21 years same location, plenty of business. $7500. $2000 or more down. This is your opportunity: Tavern, good town, all new equipment. Beer and wine. Rental $50 per month. Business netted $450 last month. $7000. Terms. License can be trani- ferred. Immediate possession. ELMER LITTON, Realtor 1020 Jefferson St. Rochester, Ind. ' ON YOUR SIGNATURE . O It OTHER S EC U KITY $25 to 5500 Here . . . quickly and conveniently Loam made to both men and women — married or jingle — in all walks of life and all types of employment. A Loon Flan Far Evcryem Phone, write or com* in tor tht cash you n**d ... NOW TOWN FINANCE COMPANY Acrou From Th» City Building 604 Eo.l iroadway Ugaiuport, Irxl. Phon« 3-7-5-9 FURNITURE LOANS LINCOLN FINANCE COMPANY Marl* Jm,.h, Mgr. MIOIM SMS CASH FOR FALL AT mm® ate. Burial will* be in Memorial ate. Burial will be in the Rochester I. 0, 0. F. cemetery. William F. Hoover, Winamac, Succumbs William F. Hoover, a retired farmer of Winamac, died Thursday night at the Stark county hospital at Knox. Born on Feb. 28, 1870 in Pulaski county, he was the son of Henry and Margaret Hoover. His wife proceeded him in death. From 1923 to 1930 he served as clerk of the court in Pulaski county. He is survived by five daughters, Mrs. Marie Roughier, of South Bend; Mrs. Vivian Hunt, Orchard Lake; Mich., Mrs. Opal Reese, Plymouth; Mrs. Thelma Bonell, Star Ofty, and Miss Eula Hoover, Winamac; two sons, Gerald, San Diego, Calif., and Kenneth of Lansing, 111.; one sister Mrs. E. F. Karney, New Orleans; a brother, A. M. Hoover, Grant's Pass, Ore., and 16 grandchildren and 16 great grandchildren. Funeral services will be held at 2 p.m.'Sunday at the Fry-Lange funeral home. The Rev. Mayo Smith will officiate. Burial is to be in Crown Hill cemetery. REPORT METER RECEIPT Parking meter receipts for the week ended Friday came to $1,34075, according to the weekly report Logansport, Indiana Pharos-Tribun* Thirteen Deaths and Funerals McLELAND Funeral services, for George Me- Leland, 65, of route 1, Royal Center, will be at 11 a.m. Monday at the Burnettsville Baptist church. The Rev. W. E. Clark will officiate. The body is at the Fisher funeral home in Logansport, and will lie in state at the church for one hour before services. Burial will be in Davis cemetery. BEATTY Last rites for the Rev. Dale C. Beatty, 69, of 927 Race street, will be at 2 p.m. Saturday at the Broadway Methodist church. Dr. Wesley Pugh, pastor of the First Methodist church in Marion will deliver the memorial address, assisted by the Rev. Tom Weigand, pastor of the Wheatland avenue Methodist church; the Rev. Raymond Echols, pastor of the Broad- ROCHESTER— To Dedicate New $100,000 Legion Post ROCHESTER — The new $100,. 000 addition to the American Legion Post here will be dedicated in ceremony at 3 p.m. Saturday.- The public lias been invited to •tour the new building of the Leroy C. Shelton Post from 12-3 p.m. before the dedication. Officials of the state organization will be present for the ceremonies, including State Commander Robert Gates of Columbia City; Frank J. Myers, state adjutant; Larry Hinds, national executive committee man; and Reed Beard and Gil Bates, past state commanders. Also present will be Bobby Davis, Walton, department vice commander; Arthur H. Koliros, of Anderson; past commanders of the Shelton Post; and Rochester Mayor way Methodist church; and Dr. I\V. D. Jefferson and other city Edwing Garrison, administrative assistant to Bishop Richard C. Raines of Indianapolis. The East- officials. A reception will be held after the dedicatory program. A dance ern Star lodge will hold services | will be held at 9 p.m. Dick Berger at 8 p.m. Friday at the Fisher funeral home. Burial will be in Mt. Hope cemetery. LEHMANN Funeral services for William F. Lehmann, 70, of 517 Wheatland avenue, will be at 9 a.m. Saturday at St. Bridget's church, with Father Francis Meehan officiating. The body is at the Kroeger funeral home. Burial will be in Mt. Calvary cemetery. SPENCER Funeral services for Orville Spencer, 71, were conducted Friday afternoon at the McCloskey- Hamilton funeral home. The Rev. M. L. Robinson officiated. Burial was in Mt. Hope cemetery. Court Notes Mrs. Elizabeth Cunningham, 829 Eighteenth street, asks $3,000 alimony, personal property and real estate, and custody of their minor child in a suit for divorce from Paul Cunningham filed Friday in circuit court. She also asks $25 per week for the child's support. They were married Jan. 15, 1938, and separated Nov. I; 1956. She will play the music. Organized in 1913, the Rochester Post has 514 members; there were 32 charter members. Veterans of three wars comprise ttie membership. Local activities of the post include support of KnigMstown Memorial Home, Boys and Girls State, Explorer Scouts, Junior Legion baseball, and oratorical contests. Ernest Miller is post commander. The auditorium and dining room of the now building will be open. to such activities as the Fulton County blood bank, and meetings o; all veteran organizations. GOP to Open '58 Campaign Republican workers and publia officials of Cass county Friday received invitations from GOP State Chairman Robert Matthews to attend a second district "grassroots" workshop to be held Monday evening in the Knox high school gym. Those invited include precinct committeman, vice-committeemea, delegates to last year's state con- issued by City Clerk Ralph Smith, er, Babcock and Tolbert. - ,, . , - . . i uuii;&abt;a *.v twuw j \fiAi a a^ui** *>v»charges cruelty in her complaint j vention and both township and filed through the law firm of Mill- Free Bicycles at Havens Motors With Each late Model Used Car Sold FRIDAY, SATURDAY AND SUNDAY ONLY county officials, along with their wives and husbands. The members of the Republican- state central committee and Congressman Charles Halleck will attend the affair, which will open at' 5 p.m. A ham and bean supper will be served at 6:30 p.m. The state chairman will award certificates of merit to the precinct committeman and vice-committeeman who have served in their county the longest number o£ years. County Chairman Leland Smith and County Vice-Chairman Ada Arnold will head .the group of Cass county GOP workers attending the affair. It will mark the kick-off o£ the 1958 campaign in the district. (Offer Good On 53-54-55-36-57 Mode).} Tipton to Consider $3,327 in Transfers The Tipton township advisory board will meet with Township (Trustee Herbert Grant at 7:30 if. m. Tuesday, Nov. 26, to consider transfers of funds totaling $3,327.80 •or the remainder of the year. The requests included $2,437.80 for repair of buildings and care of grounds,' $510 for clerk's salary, •and $260 for janitor supplies, all from the special school fund; and $120 for the township trustee'* salary, from the township fund. . NO INCREASE IN CAR PRICES (Open Evenings 'til 10:00 p. m. Sunday 12:00 to 5:00 p. m.) LOOK AT OUR MANY VALUES! '56 Lincoln Premiere hardtop '57 Mercury Monterey 4 door '56 Ford Station Wagon •(4 Door 9 pass.) '56 Buick Station Wagon (4 Door 6 Pass.) '56 Mercury Custom 2 door '56 Mercury Montclair convertible. '56 Ford Ranch Wagon 2 door '55 Mercury Monterey hardtop '55 Lincoln Capri hardtop '55BuickRiverfa4door '54 Ford Custom 2 door '55 Mercury Montclair Convertible '53 Lincoln Capri hardtop '53 Mercury Station Wagon (4 rfoor 9 pass.) '53 Mercury Monterey hardtop '53 Chevrolet !/2 ton pick-op Special Service The choir and congregation of Broadway Methodist Church will commemorate the 250 anniversary of the birth of Charles Wesley •with a special service of music on Sunday morning. Some thirteen o£ Wesley's hymns will be used by the congregation, choir, soloists, a trio and a quartette. Thank You We wish to sincerely thank all our relatives and friends for their lovely gifts and cards and also for their personal greetings to us on the occasion of our golden weeding anniversary. —Mr. and Mrs. Ira Nelson. WE ALSO HAVE 4 FACTORY NEW 1957 MERCURYS $J I 000,00 DISCOUNT NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATION STATE OF INDIANA ) COUNTY OF CASS ) IN THE CASS CIRCUIT. COURT NOVEMBER TERM, 1957 Notice Is hereby given that THB NATIONAL, BANK OF LOGANSPORT was, on the 6th day of November, 3957, appointed Executor ol the Last Will and Testament and Codicil of ANNA KL.INO PETERS, deceased. All persons having claim* against said estate, whether or npt now due, must fllo tho same In said court within six (6) months from the date of tho first publication of this notice or said claims will be forever barred. Dated at Losansport, Indiana, this 6th day of November, 1957 Elizabeth Bicker Clerk of the Circuit Court for Cass County, Indiana. Myers & Molique 212 4th Street Losansport, Indian* Attorney for Estate 8—IB—23 OUR CARS AREN'T EXPENSIVE—THEY JUST IOOK THAT WAY! HAVENS MOTORS LINCOLN MOtCUXY Market at 25th PhotM 3089 NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATION STATE OF INDIANA ) ) SS: COUNTY OP CASS ) IN THE CASS CIRCUIT COURT NOVEMBER. TERM, 1957 Notice IB hereby- grJvon that Thelma C. Scott was, on 5th day of November, 1957, appointed Ad- ministratrix of the Eatatt of James J. Andrews, deceased. All persons having claim* against said estate, whether or not now due, must file the sam* In said court within clx (6) months from tho date of tho first publication of this notice or said claim* will be forever barred. Dated at Lofiransport, Indiana, thin 5th day ofs November, 1»57. Elizabeth Bleker Clerk of tho Clrcl-!t Court for Cass County, Indiana Robert S. Justice Attornty for Est»t«

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