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Logansport, Indiana
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Friday, November 22, 1957
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, November 22, 1957. '0 FOR RENT HALF 5 room St. 40678. double. 419 13th z DOUBLE, 6 room modern. Located West Linden. Phone 7370. ROOMS and bath. $50 a month _831 South Cicott. Phone 21908. 4 ROOM modern house for small family. Good location. Write Box A-G8 this newspaper. f. Rooms SLEEPING room, gentleman. Ph 505G4. PLEASANT room for gentleman private home, walking distance. Ph. 20908. CLEAN sleeping room, TV optional. Phone 2821. SLEEPING room for gentlemen, private entrance. 823 East Market. CLEAN sleeping rooms, close-in. 51.4 E. Market. Ph. 20371. g. Wanted To Rent 2 or 3 bedroom unfurnished modern house, near parochial. Write Box A-63, this newspaper. 11. FOR SALE a. Household Goods ELECTROLUX, like new, $29.00 and old cleaner. 919 Racs St. FRIGIDAIRE, kitchen table and 4 chairs, good condition. Ph. 50883. BED-DAVENPORT with fnner. j DUO-THERM 6-room oil heater, 11. FOR SALE SPECIAL PRICES ADMIRAL FREEZERS! LIMITED QUANTITY 17 cubic foot Chest Freei'.ezr, regular $459.95. Special price, $309.95. 20 cubic foot Chest Freezer, regular $549.95. Special $3!!9.9ti 18 cubic foot Upright Freezer, regular $549.95. Special $359.95 General Supply Co., New Waverly Fred Angle Phone 40001 y 2 PRICE SALE!! Discontinued Carpet Samples 4'/ 2 'x6' and 27"x54" LARGE SELECTION TO CHOOSE FROM All Qualities . . . AXM., VELVETS, WILTONS SEARS 500 E. Broadway Ph. 4103 spring mattress, good condition. Call 2812 before 4 p.m. $30. Russell Logan. Get directions at Lake Cicott store. FOR SALE—Maytag washer, like j TAKE over payments on 1956 21" consolette television of $2,75 p«r week. Firestone Store, Third and Eel River Ave. Phone 392.2. new. Ph. 40399. ADMIRAL COLOR TELEVISION GENERAL SUPPLY CO. FRED ANGLE—PHONE 40001 STUDIO couches, davanobed, heating stoves, roll-away beds, chrome set, complete line of furniture. Bob Hayden. Westside Used Furniture Shop, 706 Washington St. GENERAL Electric 21" television, less than 1 year old. Boyd's, 1200 Erie Ave. NEW APPLIANCES Clearance on all 1957 Philco Refrigerators, Freezers and Ranges. Generous Trade-in Allowances. Most Models available. Convenient Terms. OLD APPLIANCES 2—38" Tappen Gas Ranges 1—8% cu. ft. Philco Refrig. 1—8 cu. ft. I. H. Refrig. 1—Hot Point Electric Dryer 1—Easy Wringer Washer 1_53—21" Emerson TV Console 1—53—21" Motorola TV Con. 1—51—21" Motorola TV Con. I—Duo-Therm Kitchen Oil Heater. ABOVE USED APPLIANCES GUARANTEED FOR 90 DAYS. "WHERE SERVICE COMES FIRST" DEMPSEY APPLIANCE Royal Center, Ind. Phone 3772 WOOD and coal heating stoves, oil heaters, small gas heaters, low priced. Boyd's, 1200 Erie Ave. 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. b. Miscellaneous FOR SALE: Housetrailer, $225.00. Phone 8444. 200-watt Skan air cooling projector for 35-mm. slides. Also 30x40 beaded screen, like new, both for! $35.00. R. Young, Grass Creek. Phone 2431. 11. FOR SALE 100% WOOL army blankets. Stes- ilized and renovated. $1.95. Bar-: gain Center, 322—3rd. 12. GOOD THINGS TO SAT SALE— Jonathon Apples, other varieties available. Jasper & Son, High Street Road. Flory FOR SALE: 19 young ducks, alive. Phor.e 56074. HOUSETRAILERS NEW & USED Anoka Trailer Court & Sales, 4 miles southeast of Logan on 35 NEW $37.50 Sunbeam coffee maker, will take $27.50. Phone 20532. HARDWOOD, cut to order, $5 rank, place order after 5 p.m. 1337 College St. DON'T forget your sorghum molasses for your Thanksgiving anc Christmas goodies. Any amount, and priced to suit you. 2 miles south Lake Cicott off state roac 24 near Georgetown. Herman Cook. HOUSETRAILERS and accessories Buy, sell or trade. 2 mi. N. W on U. S. 38. Maple Springs. FERREE & SMITH Mobile Honn Sales, Akron, Ind., Ph. TW-3-3285 or TW-3-2075. V* mi. S. Akron. WANTED: Tape recorder. Hi-F amplifier, sound equipment. Ph, 4569. SUNBEAM electric razer in case, like new, never used. Ph. 6816. c. Musical Instruments SAVE AT WARDS Stock Reduction Sale!!! Rayon and Orion Blend 72x90 Blankets Reg. $10.95 NOW 2 FOR $15 MONTGOMERY WARD 412 E. Broadway Phone 4193 1956 Country Sedan 9-passenger Ford; 1930 Model A Ford coupe; boy's 26" bicycle; girl's 26" bi cycle; 1 Harmony Spanish guitar. Twelve Mile Ph. 2640. 2 NICE low pile cotton rugs, used 8 months. 9x12—6x9 Sandalwood brown. $30.00. 9467. USED gas Westinghouse electric ranges. $29.95 up. Briggs Electric Co. 205—5th. ' SEASON SPECIALS! Singer Console SG9-50 Singer Portable $37.50 Free Weslinghouse lightweight portable, like new. Kenmore console streamliner, like new. BARBER'S SEWING SUPPLIES 318 E. Bdwy. FOR CAREFREE days, use Glaxo linoleum coating. -Easy to clean, non-skid, lasts months. Flanegin Ace Hardware. SOLID OAK extension table and six chairs. $35. 225 Barren St. 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 34-FT. Cozy 2 bedroom modern housetrailer, all metal, $1650. Harold Klopsenestein, Stoney Pike Trailer Court. USED PIANOS Grand, small size, mahogany case, Wurlitzer. $30 down, balance $10 per month. Baldwin Acrosonic Spinet, mahogany, like new. $25.00 down, balance like rent. Kimball Consollette and bench, extra nice. No money down, buy like rent. Lester Upright, 58" tall, good condition. $85.00. Terms. USED ORGANS 1 Hammond Spinet, style M3, blond. 2 Hammond Chord Organs. 1 Lowery Organo. 1 Hammond Solovox. No down payment necessary, buy like rent. RAMSEYER PIANO CO. 320 W. Taylor St. Kokomo, Indiana USED pianos. $5 up. Spencer Transfer & Storage Co. 212 S. Sixth. SPINETS—CONSOLES: by America's oldest Incorporated Piano Manufacturer. Guaranteed lowest prices terms. Thompson Piano Sales. 834 W. Miami Ave. ALTO SAXOPHONE and clarinet in good condition. See Mr. Thomas at Penneys or call evenings, 52516. BARR'S RED DELICIOUS Golden Delicious, Jonathan, Turley and Stayman Winesap apples on sale at your grocers and storage, % mile north of Lake Cicott. Barr's Orchard. b. Fruits, Vegetables PICK apples, $1.00; cider, 50c gal Ion. Lines Orchard, 5 miles east Mexico, V4 mile north; APPLES and cider. Rome Beauty and Turley Winesap. Bert Rhoades, High Street Road. QUALITY Red & Golden Delicious apples, Stayman, Winesaps & cider. Dwight Smith, north on 25, Airport Road. SPOOFNIKl GEORGE SEZ: "Who wants to be up in a sputnik?" You will be up there ijoon enuf if you won't keep your feet dry! Why hurry it up"? WE HAVE QUALITY RUBBER FOOTWEAR FOR ALL THE FAMILY CHILDREN'S FROM $2.59 LADIES FROM $1.98 MEN'S FROM $1.98 Better get a pair while we still have a full run of sizes. There will be a shortage later!! And don't forget.!!! We have a Christmas gift for you if you purchase $115 or more in our shoe department. Montgomery Ward SHOE DEPARTMENT 412 E. Broadway Ph. 4193 FRESH chilled sweet cider. Apples, potatoes, bananas. Open evenings. Sam Berkshire, 425 South Cicott Street. d. Poultry, Eggs, Baby Chix GIVE hens a boost at noon with SUP-PEL PELLETS. Hizer Hatchery, Grass Creek. REFPtlGERATOR, child's tractor, kitchen cabinet. Phone 8710. USED 20-ft. TV tower and antenna, complete, $65. Ph. 61X13. GLO BOY heatrola, burnt less than 1 winter at 713 Washington St., price $85. Call at 706 Washington St. 17" TV and radio combination. Bob Hayden. Westside Used Furniture Shop 70S Washington St. DUNCAN 5 drop-leaf table, dining room suite, nice living room suite, apartment size washer, clothes closets, 9x12 ruC. Bob Hayden. Westside Used Furni ture Shop, 706 Washington St. 2-BURNER Super-Flame stove, 2 years old, thermostat controlled. Ph. -Burlington 188. BEDROOM suite; twin beds, good; 2 china cupboards; utility cabinets; wall cabinets; chest of drawers; washing machines; refrigerators; complete line of used lutniture. Boyd's, 1200 Erie Ave. BAIRD MOBILE HOMES NOW HAVE ON . DISPLAY THE TRAILER EVERYONE I STALK ING ABOUT 50 FT., 10 FT. WIDE TR1-LEVEL 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. BAIRD MOBILE HOMES, Inc. 2 MI. SOUTH OF PERU ON U. S. 81 Ph. Peru GR-39808 ITHACA 12 guage' Phone 56904. pump gun, GIBSON amplifier. Perfect condition. 1003 Erie Avenue. FOR SALE: 1955—42 ft. Great Lakes house trailer. Terms, Jet fries Agency, 403 East 13th St. Rochester. Dial CA 3-6111. CHILDREN'S sweat shirts. 89c, Boys and mens sweat socks, 45c and 49c. Bargain Center, 3215— 3rd. STARTING JAN. 15, 1958 HATCHING TWICE WEEKLY. We are now a receiving station for Kroger egg exchange. Wabash, Indiana. LOGAN HATCHERY YOUR WAYNE FEED DEALER ANCHOR SERUM 824 Mich. Ave.. ' Ph. 4202 ORCHARD fresh fruits, cider, sorghum. Kozy Nook Orchard, H mile west Rochester tin Road 14. Open until 8 p.m. No Sunday sales. ELKINS choice broad breasted turkeys. Oven ready,, delivered. Phone 40712. 13. REAL ESTATE OWNER wishes to trade lovely mobile home for modern home in Logansport. Jefferies Agency, 403 East 13th St. 13. REA: ESTATE "Sell This Nowir That's what the owner said! He said that—so-c-o-only $2500 down needed to buy this all modern 2 bedroom cottage. North Side, Gas heat, double lot. Immediate possession. South Side Three bedroom located East Main. Comfortable and strictty modern. Lovely built-in kitchen i 114 baths tiled, basement, oil heat, garage. Includes rugs, drapes, RCA gas range, TV antenna, etc.—buy this on contract!! DaieW.McNutt YOUR REALTOR PHONE 2928 EVE. 21767—4886—2623 a- Houses FOR SALE: 3 bedroom, 2 baths, large family room, many other extras, excellent location, financing available, would uccept older house on trade. Shown by appointment. Phone 30:59. As Nice as the Best This rancher located in Roselawn is charming and simple in its design. Has 2150 sq. ft. of living space and 2 car attached garage. Center hall leads to 3 bedrooms, spacious kitchen and family room, finished in knotty pine. Carpet, drapes and 85 ft. of TV tower are included. Owner transferred, and will give early possession. National Nice 2 bedroom home, located' near 16th and High. You can buy this for only $7600. 30 days possession. North Third Sq. type modern 5 bedroom home. 1'A baths, auto, oil furnace, garage. Immediate possession. Sell for $8500 on land contract with $1500 down. Who Needs It? Owner doesn't, but perhaps you do. Price just reduced on this large 10 bedroom downtown income property. Very good deal for the right party. Will consider trade or land contract. Otto Hilbert REALTOR Phone 2684 c. Farm* 2 baths.! WH V P a y rent or ^S^ city taxes WE WILL accept Pfizer's coupons, good for one % Ib. jar of "Spe-j cial Formula" pack Terromycin; Egg Formula, worth $4.38. King's j Hatchery, 6th and North. Phone 3718, BIGGER poultry profits the Na- piana way. Feed Napiana egg feeds for better results. Krum- bles or pellets. King's Hatchery, Gth and North. Phone 3718. h. Wanted to Buy USED cement mixer, medium or small size. Write Box A-64, this newspaper. WANTED: Tape recorder, Hi-Fi amplifier, sound equipment. Ph. 4569. CASH for your used spinet; console, studio piano. Call 8983. BUILD EASIER... BUILD MIDWEST You caa build easier, faster and better the MIDWEST HOMES way. We erect home on your foundation and close it in from weather. You complete with building materials we furnish. Many models available. Free Literature! For complete information, contact JOHN R. GALE 2215 Otto Street Logansport, Indiana * Phone 692i> 6 rm. modrn on 13th St, bit Ins and coal furnace, full lot and garage. Immeiliate poss, $7500. 6 rm semi mdrn on, Colfax St, extra large corner lot with garage. Immediate poss. FRED SMITH, REALTOR 511 Tanguy St. Ph. 2804—20914 WILL PAY spot cash for small used upright, Spinet or Player: FOR SALE—3 bedroom home, 2706 „,____ „,.._. Emmet Drive in Highland Park Ave, low down payment. 'Phone 2648 days, 3039 nights. Pianos. Phone 3397. 2 speed tape recorder. Reasonably priced. Phone 2974 after 5 p.m. f. Wearing Apparel TIMELY SAVINGS Men's Leather Jackets Reg. $23.95 to $27.98 SALE f I -J O O PRICE -Pl/.OO Brown or Black in Sizes 40 to 46 MONTGOMERY ' WARD 412 E. Broadway Phone 4193 BARGAINS! BARGAINS 1 Shop at The Thrift Shop 411 E Market Street FOR SALE—3 bedroom home at 2319 Usher St., low down payment. • Phone 2648 days, 3039 nights. ATTRACTIVE HOME LISTINGS DOUGLAS OR 'ROSCOE MARTIN, Realtors Phone 4957 when you can buy 10 acres of good land near Fulton with 6- room home, complete bath and cabinets for less than $6,000. Widow must sell. Lloyd Sausaman, Realtor, Rochester, Indiana. FARMS! 23 A. Washington Twp SOLD 30 A. ClayTwp. ....$12,500 32 A. Clinton Twp. $12,800 40 A. Carrol I Co. $17,000 80 A. Harrison Twp. $42,000 80 A. TiptonTwp. SOLD 80 A. Washington Twp. ..,. $36,000 80 A. Noble Twp. $12,500 110 A. Clinton Twp. $30,000 115 A. Carrol I Co. $18,500 Otto Hilbert v REALTOR Phone 2684 13 REAL ESTATE Logansport, Indiana Pharos-Tribun* Thirt««a 6CO acres near Royal Center, 475 A. cult. $115,000 with very liberal terms. 240 acres near Monticello with outstanding improvements throughout. Contract terms. Merrill Wilson, Realtor, 300 North St, Phone 3798. Court Notes The estate of Mrs. Emma Grace Carson, 67, who died Nov. 17, was estimated at $28,000 in real estate and $5,000 in personal property when it was opened Friday in the Cass circuit court with the appointment of Kirk Wells, route 4, as administrator. A son and two daughters were listed as heirs. O'Neill and O'Neill are the attorneys for the estate. The damage suit of Florence Camp against the Fraternal Order of Eagles, filed Nov. 1, 1950, was dismissed by Judge Wild in circuit court Friday due to the death of the plaintiff. Deaths and Funerals HARDIN Funeral services for John D. Hardin, 56, of 209 Thirteenth street, will be at 2 p.m. Sunday at the McCloskey-Hamilton funeral home, with the Rev. Harold King officiating. Burial will be in Rockfield cemetery, Carroll county. CARSON Last rites for Mrs. Esther Nina Carson, 68, will be at 2 p.m. Saturday at the fisher funeral home. The Rev. Wilbur Wilson will officiate. Burial will- be in Deer Creek cemetery. Mrs. Doris Stewart, route 1, .harges cruelly in a suit for divorce from Arthur Stewart filed Friday in circuit court. The couple was married Dec. 20, 1952, and separated Dec. 13; 1!)5G, according to the complaint filed through Attorney Charles L. Anderson The estate of Catherine Kling Morrissey, 92, who died Nov. 9, totaled $1,000 in personal property, it was estimated when her estate was opened in circuit court Friday with the appointment of a niece, Catherine Wagner, 913 Wheatlaad avenue, as administra- trix. Two nieces, two nephews, a. grandmece, and a great-grandnephew are heirs. Myers and Molique are the attorneys for the estate. Mrs. Valerie Orr, route 6, asks custody of their minor child and I: property settlement in a suit for divorce from Dwight Orr in circuit court, charging cruelty. They were married Oct. 21, 1955, and separated Nov. 18, this year, according to the complaint filed through the law firm of Landis and Michael. Jerry and George Dingledein, defendants in a suit brought by Evelyn Swinehart, administratrix of the estate of William Swinehart, filed an affidavit for a change of venue from the county. Driver's License Suspended A Year Joe Davis, 36, of route 2, Lafayette, was arrested Thursday evening on state road 218 west of Walton by Harold Slusher, Walton town marshal, on a charge o! operating a motor vehicle under the Influence of intoxicating liquor. He tested .258 on the drunkometer. Davis was fined $25 and costs and his right to drive was suspended for a year on his plea of guilty in the local justice court. Student Will Speak At Three Churches James McDonnel, a student at McCormJck seminary, will preach Sunday morning at three Cass county Presbyterian churches. He will speak at the Lucerne church at 9 a.m., at the Concord church at 10 a.m., and at the Bethlehem' church at 11 a.m. STEWARD Final rites for Ralph L. Steward, 73, of 1001 Bates street, will be at 2 p.m. Saturday at the McCloskey- Hamilton funeral home, with the Rev. J. J. Saalwaeehter, of Richmond, officiating. Burial wiU be in Mt. Hope cemetery. HASSETT Funeral services for Mrs. Rose Hassett, 79, of 320 West Linden avenue, will be at 9 a.m. Saturday at St. Bridget's church, with Father Francis Meehan officiating. The Rosary will be recited at 8:30 p.m. Friday at the Kroeger funeral home. Burial will be in St. Vincent's cemetery. SCOTT Final rites for Robert Earl Scott, 84, of route 5, city, were held Friday afternoon at the Spring Creek Christian church, with the Rev. August Lundquist officiating. Burial was in Spring Creek cemetery. 16 County 4-Hers to Tour Chicago Sixteen 4-H members from Cass county will be rewarded for their Buffington to Ponder Peru Mayor's Offer PERU—William Buffington, assistant superintendent of (he Peru light plant, said today he would accept the job of cily utilities manager, recently vacaled by Ralph Kerns, "under the right condi- ions". Ho did not specify what these conditions were. Mayor John Devine (old (lie city council last night that he had offered Buffinaton the job. This was the latest development in the past 24 hours that has left Peru without a utilities manager and without a city attorney. G. R. Landgrave, resigned yesterday after Kern. Mayor Devine told the Peru City council at a special meeling last night that the sudden resignation of Kerns stemmed from two days of haggling about the concrete pipe that (he mayor had inserted hi job specification on the water expansion project. The mayor said Kerns and Landgrave had been protesting that such an insertion was illegal. The mayor earlier denied that he had requested Kerns' resignation and that he was mildly surprised by it. Kerns' resignation, accepted by the Board of Works, specifically stated that he was resigning at the request of Mayor Devina and Cily Engineer Lev! Wilson. Mayor Devine said he had put in a clause allowing bids for concrete pipe as well as cast iron pipe to save the city of Peru money. He claimed lhat in so doing he had saved $53,000. Five Boys Inducted By Cub Scout Pack At McKinley School Five Cub Scouts were inducted into Pack No. 312 of McKinley school and a number of awards were presented at a meeting Thursday evening at the school. Den 3 conducted the flag ceremony achievements during Iheir mem- an <J Robert Kleifgen, district com- bership in 4-H clubs with a'two-day | missioner, presided, tour of Chicago Dec. 4 and 5. Cubs inducted into the pack: The trip will feature a visit to the International Livestock show, and also will include tours of the Chicago Board of Trade, the Federal Reserve Bank, an auto plant, Museum of Science and Industry and Midway Airport. The Farmers and Merchants State Bank has sponsored the trip annually since 1951. Elmer Foutz, vice president of the bank, is in charge of the arrangements. He said the group would make the trip by chartered bus, leaving Logansport at about 5 a.m. Dec. 4. were David Brinkruff, Stephen. King. Scott Brady, Terry Lebo and Pat Fisher. John Klcifgen recited "A Plea of a Small Boy." Awards presented were: David! Brinkruff, Wolf badge; - Bill Wci- mer, Bear badge, one-year pin and Gold Arrow; Dick Deiling, Silver Arrow; John Breen, denner'-s bar and Silver Arrow; John Maudlin, dennc-r's bar and Silver Trrow; David Marshall, Wolf badge, Gold and Silver Arrows; Kenny McManus, Wolf badge; Bill Streu, denner's award and one-year pin; Jim Rice, denner's award and one- They will stay overnight at theL ea r pin;' Ronnie Roach, denner's Sherman hotel and return the fol- award; Carlyle Current, one-year lowing evening. p j n . Pat Fisher, Wolf badge Those making the trip are: FURNITURE LOANS LINCOLN FINANCE COMPANY Mari« Smi.h, Mjr. Phoo. 3«5 PERSONAL LOANS 3-WAY PLAN • Signature • Household goods • Auto See us for a quick O. K. MODERN home, 2701! East Broadway. Gas heat, incinerator, dish washer, carpeted. Phone 6460. BEAUTIFUL 2 bedroom conventional built home, new in 1956, Turner's Terrace Addition in Walton. Owner transferred. 3 bedroom modern, large lot and garage on contract, $500 down. In Walton. P. M. Sperry, Agent. R, E. Butz, Sales step. Ph. 2035 or 2554, Walton. 6 ROOM, 1 story modern home, oil, hot water heat, 2 car garage. 3130 N. PennsylvJinia Ave. Ph. 2489. 'I For sale or trade for smaller farm, 2.10 A Cass Co level well drained. 6 rm semi mdrn house, 2 barns, Mar 1st Poss. 40 A Fulton Co, 6 rm semi mdrn house, barn, garage & chicken house, Mar 1st Poss, $12,500. FRED SMITH, REALTOR 511 Tanguy St. Ph. 2804—20914 MONEY FOR SALE: 47 A., level, tillable soil, one ownership many year:s : attractive dwelling, hen ' house, barn. Owner selling because a. health. Offers considered. Aliio outstanding 80 A. farm. Exce|?- tional. Well worth $25,000. Alsio 60 A. heavy dark land, good ini- pj*;ements. $17,500. Terms. Call, write, see Deamer & Deatner, Realtors, Rochester, Ind. ON YOUR SIGNATURE OR OTHER SECURITY $25 to $500 Here . . . quickly and conveniently Loans made to both men and women — married or single — in all walks of life and all types of employment. A Loan Plan Far Evaryont Phone, write or come in for the cash you need ... NOW TOWN FINANCE COMPANY Across from Tht City Building • £06 East Broadway iporfy Ind. Phone 2-2-5-2 Judith Lind, Boons township; Marian Benner and George Sailors, Clinton township; Ellen Wilson and Dean Nelson, Deer Creek township; Catherine Barrett and Dale Bridge. Harrison township; Janet Klepfer and Bob Jackson, Jackson township; Sally DePoy and Jon Berry, Jefferson township; Ellen Ramer and Mark Miller, Washington township; Dana Tritt and Ronnie Winings, Tipton township; and Jim Thomson, Bethlehem township. Mr. and Mrs. Foutz and Mr. and Mrs. Gus Thias will accompany the youngsters. Judge Wild Grants Divorces to Four Four divorces were granted Friday morning by Judge Clifford 0. Wild in the Cass circuit court. Mrs, Ardcla Laymen was granted a decree from William J. Laymon, custody of their son, $10 per week for the child's support, and all household furniture of the couple. The plaintiff was represented by O'Neill and O'Neill. Mrs. Doris Ridgeway was granted a divorce from Alva Ridgeway. She was represented by Hillis and Hillis. Mrs. Maxine Pickett was given custody of their two daughters and $10 per week for the support of each child along with a divorce from Howard Pickett. Mrs. Anna Louise Stein won custody of their child and $10 per week for the child's support along with a divorce from Elwood Stein. Mrs. Pickett and Mrs. Stein were represented by. the law firm of Landis and Michael. FILM AT CHURCH SUNDAY The story of Sammy Morris, produced by Taylor Univerisly of Upland, Indiana., will be shown Sunday evening at 7:30, Nov. 24 at the Third Street Evangelical United Brethren Church. Sammy Morris was an African prince, whose miraculous conversion in the jungles of Africa began a series of events that were to alter the course of an American university and transform the lives of those ho met. 'FRIENDLY' GREETING PERU (UP)—What will Peru's utilities department do with its 8,000 Christmas greetings? The greetings were printed, signed by Mayor John Devine and •utilities manager Ralph Kerns and many of them were sealed in envelopes and stamped for mailing next month. Gold Arrow and two Silver Arrows; and 'Mark Maudlin, Lion Award, Gold and Silver Arrows. Dc-n 5 presented a skit, and demonstrations and skits pertaining to Cub Scouting were presented by Cubs and their fathers. John Kleifgen recited the poem, "The Job of Buying a Dad," and refreshments were served following the closing ceremony. Walter Douglas Of Peru Dies PERU—Waller H. Douglas, 67, route 5,'Peru, died at 10:30 p. m. Thursday at the Miami nursing home. He was ill since April. Mr. Douglas was born in October, 1890, son of Charles and Hannah SwisJicr Douglas. Ho was married to Grace TorrenCB in December, 1909. She died in 1954. He was a member of the Peru Brethren church. He was retired. Survivors include one son, Keith of route 5; one daughter, JTrs. Raymond Engel, Peru; and six grar.dchilren. Funeral services will be at the Eikenberry Funeral Home at 10:30 a. m. Saturday. Rev. Howard Keim will officiate.' Burial will be in Mount Hope cemetery. Friends may call after 7 p. m. Friday. Personals Mrs. Beverly Hess, secretary to the mayor, was honored at an informal birthday parly held in Board of Health office at the city building Friday morning. Coffee, cup cakes and ice cream were served with secretaries in other departments attending. SELL LIGHT BULBS Police Chief Lee Morris revealed Friday that youths representing the Gamma Hi Y club at the local high school arc selling light bulbs. A report that boys selling light bulbs for the Lions club met with quick denials from the Lions, police said, but it was later discovered that the youths were from the Hi Y group. . REPORT METER RECEIPTS Parking meter receipts for the week ended Friday were $1,260.75, according to City Clerk Ralph Smith. Street meters accounted for $924.50 of the total, with the remaining $336.25 being collected at metered lots. Read the Classified Ads SALE CALENDAR Nov. 22—Hummel Estate Weddington Nov. 22—Joe's Auction Teel Nov. 22—Vernice Working ;. .Murden' Nov. 23--Berkshire Auction House Waldron, Auct. Nov. 23—Maple Grove Sales & Service Rinehart Nov. 23—Cecil Shoemaker & Miller Heirs Plotnea

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