Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on November 15, 1957 · Page 28
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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 28

Logansport, Indiana
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Friday, November 15, 1957
Page 28
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Fourteen Logansport, Indiana,.Pharos-TrlBuns u Deaths Still Climb CKrfCAGO (UP) — Deaths from flu and its complications, averaging about 10 a day recently, crept toward the 750 mark across the nation today. The United Press counted at least 743 fatalities blamed on influenza or its after effects since the first outbreak of Asian flu in the United States last-summer. Nine of the latest deaths occurred in Tennessee, boosting its toll to at least 35. The fatality rate was highest in New York with 134 deaths, followed by Pennsylvania's Georgia's 92 and Ohio's 46. 104, Winamac of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Sienkowski o£ Winamac. Mrs. W. E. Morgan is back at her office in the court house after two weeks absence because of illness. The Alibi Bowhunters will have their annual turkey shoot, Sunday, Nov. 17, at Welcome-In park archery range. .The range will be open all day. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd An-'?pach have received word from their son A-2c Carl Aospach, that he was injured in a fall two weeks ago at the A. C. & W. sight in Kotzebue, Alaska where he has been on duty for eleven months. He was taken by plane to the Airforc« hos< ipital at Fairbanks, where !he is receiving treatment for his injured back. His address is A-2c Oarl Anspach, Ward 5-5060th Airforce Hospital, A.P.O. 731, Seattle, Wash. Mr. and Mrs. Frank' Worley, Marriage license has been issued 'Mr. and Mrs. Peter Foerg and lo Miss Joan M. Rhode, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Rhode of Winamac and David H. Sierzputow ski son of Bruno J. Sierzputowski of Winamac and Mrs. Stephan Mrozinski of Chicago. To Miss Eva Jane Shideler daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur C. Shideler and Harold Banks son of Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Banks all of Knox. To Mrs. Helena Berg Zaleski of Chicago and Ben SienkowsW son . proprlation as finally bo automatically refer laski county selective service announces that the selective service office in the court house will be closed all of next week, -while she is on vacation. Mr. and Mrs. J. N. Dill were business visitors in Indianapolis on Tuesday. The Jefferson Bethel Friends church are to hold evangelistic services for two weeks, starting Nov. 13 and running through Nov. 27. The Rev. Alfred Colwell, representative of the General Assem Ky of Regular Baptist churches for the eastern half of the United Spates, will speak each evening at services starting at 7:30. Mr. and Mrs. Lowell Taylor, Darlene Taylor and Mr. and Mrs. "R. E. Long of Monterey spent Sunday at South Bend with Mrs. Treva Fra.sa. The'V.F.W. Ladies Auxiliary held its regular monthly business meeting Tuesday evening at the Post Home, with the president, Mrs. Rosemary Holmes, presiding'. Announcement of donations of the organization was made: Boy iicouts $5, Salvation Army $5, General hospital fund $24. V. A, hospital Christmas fund $10, Gift and replacement, $20, Health and hap""I«- NA U ^'^'"Vven^'t'he Pl"f« |35, V.F.W. Christmas taxpayers of oass county, in-1 seals $2, national nome Christmas Uiana, that tho proper legal offi- f.. n ,i cc TJnt'nnnl >mm« " ' cers of siiid municipality at their tuna * a , -"at'Onal XlOme -- ship fund $2. The auxiliary will serve a venison dinner for the firem«n on The VF..W. Ladies Auxiliary held mas party for children of V.F.W. and auxiliary members will be held Dec. 19 at 7 p.m. with Mrs. Fay Frakes as chairman in charge A'OTICK TO TAXI'AYJSIIS OK AD- JJlTIO.NA.Li AI'I'KOl'HIATIONS Notice is hereby given the taxpayers of Kel Townshlo, Cuss County, Indlanu. that the proper JCfal officers of said municipality at thejr regular meeting Dla.ce at 7:20 P.M. on 21 day of Nov. 0.957, will consider the following additional appropriations which said officers consider necessary to meet the extraordinary emergency existing at this time. Tuition Fund • — • School Transfers Cost .......... $704.81 Taxpayers appearing at such meeting shall have a right to be heard thereon. -The additional ap-' y made will erred to the State Board of Tax Commissioners, which Board will hold a further hearing within fifteen days at the County Auditor's office of Casn County, Indiana, or at such other place as may be designated. At wuch hearing, taxpayers objecting to any of such additional appropriations 7nay be heard and Interested taxpayers may imtuiro of the County when and - - _-Unty Auditor •vvhere such hearing will bo held. Jean B. Nicholas, Trustee c£ l£el Township 8-15 NOTICE TO TAXPAYERS OF AD- Mr. and Mrs. Jake Foerg visited on Sunday at Indiana Harbor with Joe Foerg, who recently underwent surgery, of arrangements. A' report was given by the pres- Jimmie, Johnny, Debra and Jeffrey of Star City. Mrs. Oscar ident OB the district meeting held; Boulderl accompar . ied Mr. and recently at Knox. Announcement, Mrs _ Don Bouldel , Jr hom€ for was made of the next district meeting in Winamac on Feb. 9. Also announced that there will be only one meeting next month on Dec. 10 to intiate new members and to hold a $1 gift exchange. Sixteen members of the Winamac congregation of Jehovah's Witnesses church and the minister Robert S. Edgell Jr. attended a weekend assembly at Gary. Twenty congregations from northern Indiana and southern Michigan were represented at the convention. Mrs. Bernard Gross and children, Jeanie and Jim, left Monday from Granada, Miss., to spend a week in the home -of her parents because of the illness of her moths'. Mrs. Charles SkiUen spent from Monday to Wednesday in Indianapolis. Mr. and Mrs. Herschel Henry of Arbor Vitae, Wis., came last week to spend several weeks in the home Mrs. Lowell Wilson, clerk of Pu- of their son and daughter-in-law, - place at 9:00 A.M., C.S.T., on tho 22r.d day of November, 1957, will consider the following additional appropriations •which said officers consider necessary to meet the extraordinary emergency existing at this time. CLUHK'S OKF1CK To 211B Stationery and 1'rlnclng i 550.00 To 402 lixp. of Comm. of jus, to St. Inst. .. A L DITCH'S OVFIV1-! To 103B State Meeting .. • 1.761 To 211B Stationery and ' printing 100.00 •J'lUCAS LKKlt'S OFFICE] To 002a Adding machine 300.00 llBCOHUKll'S OFKICK To 211d Office Supplies 50.00 MHEIUFI."S OPFICK To 104 "Wages deputies for emergencies 60.00 To 602a .Furniture and equipment 400.00 COUNTY AGENT'S OFFICE To 205b Repairs to equipment 10.00 To Bile Office Supplies 50.00 SUPT. SCHOOLS OFFICE To 211U Stationery and Printing 62.00 ATTI4NUANUK OFFICERS To 101B County Attend- danco Officer Salary 150.00 To 1N7 City Attendance Officer Salary 133.28 COURT HOUSB To 202D Water ......... 100.00 COUNTY JAIL, 'To 201C Telephone 10.00 To 205a Repairs building and structures 782.50 COUNTY HOME To 201a Freight To 202a Electric Current To 20CG-1 Other food supplies 60.00 To 2USa-2 Tractor supplies 40.00 To COS Fire extinguishers liO.OO COMMISSIO.VJEIIS To 413 Care Inmates state • institutions 400.00 To 417 Expense county property 5.00 Mr. and Mrs. Byron Henry, and to visit with other relatives. They expected lo leave at Christmas time to spend the remainder of the winter in Florida. Mr. and Mrs. William D. Owen have received word of the birth of a daughter to their son find daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. William M, Owen, of Lafayette, on Nov. 12 at St. Elizabeth hospital. The baby was bonv prematurely, by Caeserean section, and is being kept in an incubator. Mrs. Vern Gorrell and Mrs. Hobart Yarnell spent Tuesday- in Chicago visiting friends. Mrs. Lowell Wilson was at South Bend on Monday visiting in the home- of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. George Selle. Weekend guests in tho home of Mr. and Mrs. Don Boulden were Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Varga and children, Tommy and Theresa, of Frankfort, Mr, and Mrs. Don Boulden Jr. and daughters?. Jill and Kim, of Indianapolis. Other guests on Sunday were Mr. and Mrs. Al Moss and daughter, Susan, of Flora and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Compton and children, Barbara, the week. Mrs. LeGene Earhart was guest of honor at a bridal shower held Thursday evening, Nov. 7, in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Otto Dommer. Mrs. Eugene Graves, Miss Terry Galbreath and Mrs. Lestel Earhart were hostesses. Guests were Mr. and Mrs. Carl Hankey and son, Charles, of Rensselaer, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Feightner of Kokomo, Mrs. Clifford Earhart,. Miss Marie Earharl:, Miss Mildred Earhart of Francesville, Mrs. Robert Kasten and son, Marion, Madams Donald Abbott, Marshall Weldy, Ralph Galbreath, Clara Dommer, Don Girton, Louie Lau, Mabel Stelter, Robert Lizenby, Bill Holman, Ralph Lange, Misses Linda Allen, Judy Elson, Karen Lange, Marsha Weldy, Wilma Dommer, Marguerite Fagr;er, Dorothy Stelter, Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Budd, Mr. and Mrs. Lestel Earhart, Mr. and Mrs. Herman Dommer and son, Tommy, Mr. and Mrs. Donald Dommer and daughter, Kim, and Mr. and Mrs. Otto Dommer. Vern Ren of LuPorte was arrested Wednesday night by Sheriff Ralph Galbreath and. charged with disorderly conduct on an affidavil signed by his wife, Fern. He appeared in Justice Lebo's court on Thursday morning and- posted a $15 cash bond for a later appearance. SEEKS TO SELL BONDS INDIANAPOLIS ('UP) — The United Telephone Co. of Indiana, Warsaw,' petitioned the Indiana Public Service Commission late Thursday for Authority to sell one million dollars worth of first mortgage bonds. Myers Greenhouse. Dial 3996. Jim White Fire Insurance Ph. 2491 2018 North Strict Phone 4789 ROOF LEAK? for FAST repair service PHONE 3666 RUBBER STAMPS 'Made In Our Own Plant 2-DAY DELIVERY CHRONICLE PRINTING CO. 417 Market Ph. 4362 Bake Sale Saturday, Nov. 16, Kroft's, L. S. to B. of L. F. and E. Card of Thanks We wish to express our thanks and appreciation to our kind friends and neighbors, the Huffman nursing home, McCIoskey-Hamilton mortuary, Dr. King, Rev. and Mrs. Echols in the passing .of our wife and mother. —Lee Beehler, Hubert Beehler, Helen M: Beehler. Cord of Thanks We wish to thank the staff of nurses and aides at Memorial hospital, J5r. Paul Wilson, Rev. Wilbur Wilson, the Fisher funeral home and all our friends, relatives and neighbors for the many floral of' ferings, cards and acts of kindness shown.during the illness and death of our loved one, Ray Browne. —Mr. and Mrs. Robert L. Browne and family, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Allman, Mrs. Mabel Ginther, Mrs. Lillie Reiff. Route 1 SHADE TREES Choose and Tag Yours Now, Before the leaves fall EVERGREENS and SHRUBS WILBANKS EVERGREEN GARDENS Out Clifton Ave. 5 Mile* Phone 40929 Total COUNTY REV• EMJE REQUESTS . . $3564.54 HIGH WAY DKP A UTMK NT To l(J3c Wages o£ Single Hands 600.00 To 3.01 Stone 6000.00 To 302 Gravel 1000.00 To 303 Bituminous material 30300.00 To 305 Culverts, tile, and sewer pipe 2000.00 To GOla Brides renalr .. 5000.00 TOTAL, HIGHWAY REQUESTS J»3,SOO.OO HOSPITAL MAINTENANCE To 200 Dietary To 1100 Social Security 1700.00 200.00 TOTAL HOSPITAL MAINTENANCE REQUESTS 51900.00 HOSI'IT.lIi COiVSTWUCTIOJf To 1005 Hospital Construction $21,914.50 TOTAL, HOSPITAL COST. REQUEST ... $21,314.50 GRAND TOTAL ALL REQUESTS $81,270.04 Taxpayers appearing at sucn noetlnj,- slmll have a rlftht to be 'heard thereon. The additional appropriation as finally made will bo automatically referred to tne State Board ot Tax Commissioners, ivhlch Commission will hold a further hoarinu within fifteen days at the Cuunty Auditor's office of Cass County, Indiana, or at such other place as may ba designated. At such hearing, taxpayers objecting to any ot such additional appropriations may be heard and interested taxpayers may Inquire ot tho County Auditor when ana •where svich hearing will be held. Dated this 7th day of Nov., ISoT Richard W. Oohl, Auditor Cass Co., Ind. CAM, TO THK oou.vrr COUNCIL The member!; of the County Council of Cass County, Indiana, nro hereby notified to meet at the Court House. Lagansuort, Indiana, ut 9:00 A.M. Central Standard Time ,on the 22nd day of November 1957, to consider certain additional appropriations for the year 1957 which were not included in the published budget rcgular- lly adopted In 1956 for 1957. Dated this 7th day oE Nov., 1957 . Richard W. Gobi, Auditor Cass Co., Ind. 8-la BEERS-WINES LIQUORS In Fancy Christmas Decanter* See Our Big Selection PRESUTTO'S LIQUOR STORE 927 Erie YOU'RE INVITED TO OUR 2nd ANNUAL OPEN HOUSE Sponsored by LOGANSPORT COIN CLUB EXHIBITS OF RARE COINS AND CURRENCY Everyone Invited No Admission Charge Saturday, Nov. 16 10:30 AM TO 10:OOPM MEMORIAL 7th & Market Sf. Sunday, Nov. 17 12:00 NOON TO 6:00 P'M HOME Logansport FARM SALE Wednesday, November 20 Vz mile west of south gate of State Hospital on blaclutop road. 1 John Deere tractor and cultivator; one 2-16-in. plow on rubber; 1 Genius 2-14-in. plow; 1 John De«re 10-ft. disc; 1 corn planter for H or M; lawn mower;-oil drums and oil; lot of hand tools; poultry equipment; posts and fence; some household items and many other items'nbt mentioned. Not responsible for accidents. ' Terms Cash Freeman Simms Sale Friday Evening, November IS, I95T. REVOKED LICENSE Youthful & Overage Drivers SPECIAL RISK AGtNCY "Ovir Wnljrt.ni" Phont 1277 NORGE SALES & SERVfCE VESH BROS. Large Roasting Capettes Alive at Farm Ph. 40710 Dretted 7238 Excellent Quality Bridge, Auctioneer Lunch by Clymers-'M. S. C. Stran-Steel Smashes the Price Barrier! 36-fl. bwidktg Here's the brand-new Another Stran-Steel first... an all-steel, all-purpose pole barn that is fire resistant ... at a new, money-saving, low price-So easy to erect you can do it yourself in less than a week without special tools. Easy to finance with the Stran-Steel Purchase Plan. As little as 25% initial investment, up to 5 years to pay. Available in six sizes for any farm job. Tho'usands of farmere and ranchers asked for this building — and now Stran-Steel's per as low a*. ^•••*^ »q. ff. floor area—built on your farm got it! The all-nfcw Stran-Master as large or small as. you want. It's fire-safe all-steel. for long-lasting quality. And its price is far lower than other, standard steel buildings. Ask your Stran-Steel dealer for complete information. SEE OUR DEMONSTRATION BUILDING AT WAYNE MYERS STEEL BLDG. SALES H Mi. N. W. of Loganiport on Old Royal Center Pik« DANCE AMERICAN LEGION CLUB 416 H10H STREET SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 16th 9 P.M. to 12 P.M. MUSIC BY FRANK CALIPO and the ENCORES For MEMBERS and CUKTS Only SCHLOSSER'S ICE CREAM SPECIAL Peppermint Stick 30c Pint 59c Qt. 89c '/j gal. FILM DEVELOPING In by 10 a. m.—Out by 6 p. m. Sam* Day BURKS Open Til 10 p. m. Every Night 1230 E. Broadway Phon* 5966 Beautiful Memorials INSURE HAVING YOUR MONUMENT, SET BEFORE FREEZING WEATHER CoH For Evening Appointment Call 2394 For Transportation to our office. Billman Monument Co 1137 Plwianl Hill AT MAIN ENTRANCE OF MT. HOPE CEMETERY THEATER TAVERN 428 E. Market NOW UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT BM GRUSENMEYER and JIM BAKER Wish to extend their welcome to old and new friend* Com* in and Get Acquainted NEW. . .COCKTAIL PARTY. EVERY SATURDAY From 4 to 6 p.m. with ENTERTAINMENT .NEW Every Night is New Years Eve with LUCILLE DUBOIS At The Piaro 1GANSPORT PUBLIC LIBRARY Roy L. Crume GENERAL AUCTIONEER • Farm Sales • Household Goods • Real Estate 1735 South Dixon Road Kokomo, Indiana PHONE COLLECT: GJ. 26619 Kokomo, Indiana It's Cold Outside!! For your saving and comfort, call on us for prices on "Capitol" the finest, and most competitive Aluminum Combination Doors and Windows. Why pay more? You can't afford to be without them— KOOL-VENT OF LOGANSPORT 511 Erie Pbone 3650 ROSS REID Roofs Em Right Mt. Hope Cemetery Lots AVAILABLE AT FOLLOWING PRICES 6 Grove Lot $300.00 3 Grave Lot $150.00 Single Grave Lot .. $ 55.00 PRICE INCLUDES PERPETUAL CARE Charles 0. Shephard, Sexton SHADE TREES Now Is The Time To Plant 23 Varieties to choose front T'/i Inch to 5 Inch Calliper Open Sunday 1 to 5 P.M. Week Days 8 A.M. To 5 P.M. AMERICAN LANDSCAPE CO., INC E. City limits US 24 . .Peru, Indiana SALE JONATHAN APPLES Cider Season Nearly Over. Freeze a Supply Now For the Holidays. Other varieties of Apple-s Available Look for the tign that read*— MSPER FLORY & SON Dick Floi-y, Manager High Street Road BACON,59 PORK SAUSAGE ,_ LINKS IB 63 BREAD-BREAD-BREAD HOLSUM-COIONIAL TIP TOP - WONDER lOAf jo I7C BOILED HAM CROWN BOLOGNA GROUND BEEF SMOKED SAUSAGE CHUCK ROAST SPARE RIBS OSCAR MAYER OSCAR MAYIt 39c Lb. YELLOW CREEK Ib 98c 3 tb $1.00 Ib 39c u,59c «,49c u,49r BLUE WATER FISH STICKS 10 Oi. Pk ( . 3 for $l MER-DEL'S ICE CREAM SPECIALS FUDGE R5PPLE ,--Old Fashion Butter Toffee £SS 89c DIETETIC ^ FOODS ^ (or diabetics and dieis Cookies Fruits Jellies Syrups Candies Pop NOW SALT rREE VEGETABLES Thank You I 1 DAY PHOTO FINISHING SERVICE ANW PHOTO SUPPLIES Amtricqn Exprau Money OrcUr* At AH , Time* SMITH'S MARKET 17th and Georg* St. Phone 337t Open Until 10 p. m.—Sunday* and Weekday* i

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