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Monday Evening, May 20, 1957. 11. FOR SALE COMPARE our quality and prices. Ivers & Pond Agency;, 834 W. Miami. Phone 8983. PIANO, Kimball — Walnut. You too, may have a reasonably priced piano without sacrificing quality. See this before you buy. Liberal trade-in. Strange Music House at Marocco's, 521 E. Broadway. Start your child musically with WURLITZER LESSON • LOAN PLAN on 1—A brand new WURLITZER piano in your home. 2—Ten private weekly lessons. 3—Lesson material furnished. All it costs you is $3.50 a week. Nothing more—no extras MYGRANT'S, 528 E. Broadway d. Poulfry, Eggs, Baby Chix BABY CHICKS FARM BUREAU chicks are bred for top egg production and increased Uvability. Ask about the new Hi-Lay 1042 Cross. FARM BUREAU Phone 3141 Logansport HOP LEGHORN chicks. Popular Heavy Breeds. Cockerels available. Hizer Hatchery, Grass Creek. e. Seeds, Plants GARDEN SUPPLIES—Rose, flower and garden insecticides. Also complete line o£ sprayers and dusters. Logan Halchcry, B24 Michigan, Phone 4202. SWEET potatoes arid garden plants. McClain's at Mexico, Indiana. CERTIFIED strawberry plantsTs varieties. Filling orders now Claude Kimc 3 miles cast Twelve Mile. f. Wearing Apparel AIR FOUCE officers uniforms, Class "A" Blues, Class A & JJ Suntan Blouses 30 R, Trousers 30-32, Tailored Oucron-wuol gabardine. Excellent condition. William Fischer, 55!! Heath. B'K/VFTHE"HEAT" IN OUR COTTONS AT The Thrift Shop, 411 E. Market $700 Down and $50 per. month will purchase this Westside semi-modern property. Nice decoration—large lot. Garage. A Real buy. 22nd Street Conventional built all-modern three bedroom single story home. Nicely located in Daniel Webster District. Full basement, gas furnace, garage, fenced in rear yard. Owmir leaving city. Quick possession. Sunset. Drive Three bedroom National home. Cute, cozy, and comfy — and it's less money too— Priced at only $10,750. Pay equity and assume good low interest mortgage. Roselawn Add'n Well built and firmly packed two bedroom home, beautifully located Summit Drive. Wood cabinets in kitchen. Nicely decorated. Spacious and landscaped lot, basement, l'/z car garage. Immediale possession- Good finance. To Buy or Sell Please Tell— Dale W. McNutt YOUR REALTOR Office 29211 Eve. 2-1707—4886—2023 13. REAL ESTATE FOR SALE: 6 room house. Easy terms. Dr. Overholser, Winamac. NEW 3-bedroom house, attached garage. Ph. 21851. NEW 3-bedroom U. S. Steel Homes available on V A. loans at Z% down. Dial 2397. b. Lots CITY lots, city water, 60x100 sensibly restricted, paved roads, 5 miles to beach in Deerfield Beach, Florida, $950, cash total cost. Title Insurance, Bojf 897, Deerfield Beach, Florida. CHOICE BUILDING LOTS $25 d'own $10 per mo. BOB AYERS, REALTOR Phone 4326 16 W. Linden h. Wanted to buy WANTED: Used arum set. Call 9S32 after 5 p.m. WANTED: Used wood lalhc. Phone 3308. IMMEDIATE POSSESSION, 4 bedroom, east Norlh Street. Tile bath, ample closets and cabinets. Phonn 7350. !WAN'1'ED~TO BUY: Small horned j slate localion and price. Uox A-24!) this newspaper. 4 ROOMS, bath and" garage. $500 down, balance like rent. Box A- 25(i this newspaper. 7-KOOM house, Whoaliand avenue, modern, large lol, fruit Irccs. Ph. £(140 days, <107nii evenings. WILL pay cash for small used upright or Spinel pianos. Phone 3397. WE buy men's good used clothing, shoes and hals. Perfect Cleaners. 324 4th. Phone 3610. 12 GOOD THINGS TO EAT b. Fruits, Vegetables SEED and catinii potatoes, apples, bananas. Sam Berkshire, 425 Cicolt. Open evenings. 13. REAL ESTATE a. Houses FOH $3!i A MONTH ALL THIS AND EQUITY TOO $35 n month added to the amount of the tenants' rent will make the payments »n this modern duplex and pay luxes and' insurance, (i large decorated rooms up and down. Lg. kiln. Clean lisml. MKltltlU. WILSON, Realtor 300 North SI. Phone 371)8 BARGAIN Modern double North St. Consisting of 4 nriH, hardwood floors down, 3 bedims, b,alh up. Ku!l basomonl, oil furnace cast half. 3 rms & balh, hardwood 1 floors down, 3 bedrms up, full busumenl, coal furnace went, half. Full Jot, double garage. Price $7250. $1,000 down, balance monthly, liolh sides now vacanl. ' BOB AYERS, REALTOR Phone 4321) 1(1 W, Linden Ave. Lots We have most any si/.e, location, and price range. Cash or terms to suit you. Otto Hilbert REALTOR 1436 Clifton Ave. Phone 2684 Hawkins Stockyards Meat type Above wuotudons 190 to 210 18.25 210 lo 230 18.00 230 lo 2350 17.65 250 lo 270 17.25 j 270 lo 300 17.00 Sows 16.00 down Boars 10.00 down Stags 10.00 down! Veal 19.00 100x170 BUILDING lot noi-lh of town. Lois of shade. 2346. BUILDING sites, any si/.e, electricity, gas Cash or conlract. 7398. RESTRICTED. 100x200, Logansport schools. West's, north edge of Brondrlpplo bridge. RESTRICTED building lots. 1 mile from city. Soulh on Highway 29. Phone 5-6590. 8 LOTS on Norlhern avenue, 100- foot frontage. Phone 3897. LOTS, 140' frontage, 250' to 300' deep, $500 to $625. (i-l/3 acres, $1775. Contracts available. 2'/j miles norl'h of Dykeman Park, Logansporl. Herb Baker, 705 Grove, Kokomo, Phone GL-20913. e. Farms 3 bedrms and bath, barn and chicken house, will) small acreage close to city, Immediate possession, $12,000. FRED SMITH, Realtor 511 Tanguy SI. Ph. 2804-209,14 WIDOW must sell 00 aero (arm in Cass Co, Immediate possession, $18,000.00 Lloyd Jefferlcs, Realtor, 403 East 13th, Rochester, phono 1441. MILLION TO CULVER OULVER (UP)—Eugene C. Kpplcy, Omaha, former Nolmaska lolel operalor, presented a glfl of a million dollars lo Culver Military Academy So>liir<kiy lo permanently endow .six academic clinirs. The donation was made during dedication ceremonies for the now GlgnlHIal Quadrangle. KOK SALK: Monliccllo, Indiana, HuauUful 3 bedroom all modern home. Available on conlrucl. Phone (143 Monllcello, 825 N. Main Street. David W. Crulch- fiolil. (i rm. mod. gas (urn., incinerator. Full liiiseinuiil, large living rm., fireplace, den, carport, gar. and shmle Iree.s, Shown by appointment. (1 rm. collage and gar. Kasl. 5 rm. mod. home. Gar., full buscmenl. Soulhsltle. 7 rm. Ensleml, Will soli on low down puyrnunlK. Contract.. Modern home on K. Mdwy. with apt. up. Priced for quick sale. New in 1955, unfinished liou.se. Owner living in II yel. Unable to finish. l!uy this and do your own work. 4 apt. brick. Downtown location. Building lots on Highway 25 north. DOUGLAS OR ROSCOE MARTIN, •Realtors 202 Fourth Phone; 4507 HOMES (3 Bedrooms). GARAGES NO DOWN PAYMENT You furnish ground. Gel my prices first and lei me show you how to save 50% o.n your future homo. FINISHED HOUSES BUILT TO YOUR SPECIFICATIONS DICK MILLER Phono 214118 1(122 East Broadway BEDROOM conventional btillt homo wilh basement and attach cd garage, liiiilt in 1954. Eastend. Write Box A-247 this newspaper. FOR HALE: Two modern homes in KiiHon. Barker Heallor, Ful- Lon. Brick Home 3 rooms, kitchen down. 3 bedrooms, bath up. Kull basement, linmd new auto, oil furnace. 2-enr K»niK<!. I.nrKe 220x1711 Iftt. IxicnlJim on stale highway. IK j(l<rnl for nn antique shop, Hai'- (Icii supplies or any other biini- nu.sn where a lot of Irnlflc In de- Hirable. Otto Hilbert UKALTOR 143« Cllflon Av<i. Phone 2«l!4 LUCKY? I'urlmpN, hul iKivtirlhuluMH IniKi- ness linn been real good and w« ciin UHU iiiuri! IlKllnijs. Wo es- pKcinlly nted '!. & 3 bedroom sliJKlu story liomux but hnvc many clients for properly of all nl/.en, .shapes, pricitK, nnd locj- lions. Contact us noon lor friendly and efficient Real Kit- tali; service — No Sale — No Charge. Kree npprnlsals. Sou— Dale W. McNutt YOUil KEALTOH Phone 20211 Jilvc. 2-17(17 FOR SAU'!: Housu In BIIITOWH, 4 bedrooms nnd balli, biilll-in cabinets and dlshwHshor, dining room and large living room both cnr- poled, full bnsoiTionl, combination storm windows nnd doors, oil furnncc, hoi wnler henl, large giirage. Several fruit trees. Lol nio'x2ia' on highway 25, Phono Hun-own 23-li nftor II p.m. or any- Umu Saturday or Sunday. RENT an IRONRITE AUTOMATIC IRONER For us lillle $0.00 Includes froa hamt Jb " «EEK instruction Watch "Frontier" WPBM, 2:30-3:00 Sunday Iron rile Latest Market Reports CHAIN STORE RACE Firtt-quart*r sal« of S«an wid*n bad over Mont'y Ward. g 0*00 Chain Stor* Solas IB1I 31 S3 35 37 It 41 43 tt *l 41 SI H 5S 57 riftsr auAKTm IACH YEAR Earl Edward Follin Dies at Home of Son ROCHESTER — Earl Edward Follin, 65, a Nickel Plate railroad Medium: White 26-26%; brown 28- station agent, died at 9:45 p.m. 29. Saturday at the home of his son, Extras minimum 65 per cent A quality, includes Midwestern: Large 48%-50.1bs: White 30%-32; brown 3B4-32%; mixed colors 3031%. Medium's minimum 60 per cent A: White 26-26%; mixed colors 2626%. Exlras minimum 55 per cent A: Large 45-48 Ibs: White 29%-30%; mixed colors 29-30. INDIANAPOLIS LIVESTOCK INDIANAPOLIS (UP) — Livestock: Earl Jr., route 5, Muncie. His home was 1031 Madison street in Rochester. Mr. Follin had been in failing health since March, 1D56. Born in Ft. Wayne on March 10, 1892, he was the son of David and Matilda (Newport). Follin. He married Zula Ethyl Fryar of North Liberty on Jan. 1, 1916. Survivors include his wife, four sons, Earl Jr., Muncie; Robert, Michigan City; James and Lee, both of Cincinnati; a daughter, Mrs. Mary Jane Burkholder, Al-i liance, 0., a sister, Mrs. Mabel logansport, Indiana, Pharos-Tribune nftee« Court Notes Judgment for the plaintiff in the amount of $473.67 principal and $91.34 interest was entered Monday by Judge Clifford Wild in the suit of Leavell and Bates against Charles James in the Cass circuit court. Harold C. Mull was the attorney for the plaintiff. Judge Wild entered judgment quieting title to real estate in the suit of Edna Shaffer Cover against Alexander Chamberlain and others. Miller, Babcock, and Tolbert were the attorneys for the plaintiff. Hogs 7,500; mostly 25-50 higher; Casad, Rochester; and 10 grand- 185-250 lb 18.50-19.00, some to children. 19.50; 250-280 lt> 17.75-18.25, few to Final rites will be conducted at 18.50; 120-160 lb' 15,50-17.00; 160-1B5 1:30 p.m. Wednesday at the Zim- Ib 17.25-18.50. • merman Brothers chapel with the Cattle 3,000; calves 300; 25-50 JHev. Victor E. Stoner officiating. •higher; good and choice sleers and heifers 20.00-23.50; average choice steers 24.00; steandard steers and heifers 17.00-19.50; vealers steady; good and choke 20.00-24.50, few pi'ime to 25.00". Sheep 100; weak to 50 lower; good and 20.00-24.50. choice spring lambs Producers-Stockyards 190 lo 230 No. 1 10.00 11)0 to 210 18.50 210 to 230 3(1.15 230 to 250 17.65 25(1 lo 271) 17.15 270 lo 300 1B.DO Sows 10.00 down Boars 7.00-1'I.OU Stags 7.00-10.00 Popejoy Dressing Plant Leghorn Hens 11 Heavy Hens 15 Third Street Market Veals W Lambs 10 Veal Hides 12 Bnef hides 04% Eggs 25 Wayne's Product} Heavy Huns 14 Leghorn Hens 11 CHICAGO LIVESTOCK CirtCACiO (UP)—Livestock: Hogs «,5()(); steady to strong, In- slanec.'.s as ninth as 25 higher; No. 2 and 3 190-220 Ib bulchcrs 18.50- IK.ttZl aoverw! lots No. 1-3 U) 11).00; No. 2 and 3 2:10-28(1 Ibs. 17.50111.(10; few lots mostly No. 3 2110310 l'!>s 17.00-J7.BO. CaUio HUXK); calves :|I)0; fed sieors and hclfers'strong lo mosl- ly 50 higher; vealcrs fully sleady; bulk c-hoicu foil steers 23.00-24..">0; some high choice and prime 24.502(1.00; few loads low to average prime 211.50-27.00; high olmlco and prime heifers 24.00-24.50; choice mainly 22.50-23.50; good and choice venh.'1-n 22.00-20.00. Sheop 1,000; early sales lambs fully 25 lower; one load shorn lambs 22.75; about J5 head choice spring lambs 24.00. NEW YORK PRODUCE NIOW YORK (UP) — Birtlur steady; receipt 77.'!,IXM) l]>.i; wholesale soiling prices: AA (93 score) (i()'/i-HO%; A (92 score) BO-liO'Xi; 13 (IK) score) SII'/i-SII'/j. lilggs mwol.tled; receipts 29,100 cases; wlmlesnic Helling prices: Minimum JO per cent AA quality, inoliHles nfiiirbyn: Large «]'/.•• 50 Ibs; While ;n-!M; brown 32-33. SERVICE STATION ATTENDANT WANTED Must be able to work imy liourH, Apply Suiulny and Mondny ba- twoon l) n.m: nnd II) p.m. CIASETIOHIA 1131 N. THIRD CHICAGO PRODUCE CHICAGO (UP) .— Produce: Live poultry steady; 5<i,000 I USDA price changes: Light hens 12-13%; caponetles under Ibs Cheese stea<ly; single daisies and Jonghorns :iO%-39'/i; processed loaf 3li-37; Swiss Grade A 12-43; Grade B 39-41; Grade -C 3G-38. Butler tops steady, 89s easy; 1,302,000 Ibs; 93 and 92 score f>9; 90 score 58% ; 89 score 5<IVi. EKRS unsettled; 27,.')()0 cases; white larce and mixed large extras 211; mediums 24 V4; standards 27'/j; current receipts. 2<i'/i. Burial will be made in the Woodlawn cemetery at Walkerlon. The body is at the chapel where friends may call. VETERANS ELECT GARY (UP)—Jacob Burke of South Bend was re-elected commander of hie Indiana Department of Jewish Wai 1 Veterans at the yi-oup's state convention here Saturday and Sunday. The veterans elected Harold Sachs of Fort Wayne, senior vice commander and A.J. Feinberg of Gary, junior vice commander. Continue Safety Car Inspection in City City police resumed their safety car check Monday morning, inspecting vehicles in the 1500 block ot Michigan avenue. Officers, assisted by civil defense police unit members, checked about 900 vehicles from 1 to 7:30 p. m. Saturday at Twentieth and Market streets. CANCER BOARD TO MEET The board of directors of the Cass county Cancer society will meet at 7:30 p. m. Tuesday in the city building. Read the Classified Ads 40 Boys Registered For Soap Box Derby The field for Logansport's sixth annual All - American Soap Box derby increased to 40 with the addition of another local entrant, announced today by Director Doug Myers. Ronnie McFatridjje, 13, of 1523 George street, filed his registration blank al headquarters. R_onnia is a student at Lincoln junior high school. Boys between the ages of 11 and 15 years may enroll at their Chevrolet dealer and begin planning the construction of their racers. Wheels, steering wheels and car- bles are now available at Derby headquarters. The event is scheduled in mid-July. Endorse Waterway Projects WASHINGTON (UP)—The National Rivers and Harbors Congress, a quasi-official organization, _ Saturday endorsed for immediate completion Iwo waterways projects in Indiana. The projects are located at (ha Whitewater River East Fort ai BrookviUe, Ind., and the Monroo Reservoir on Salt Creek near HaiTodsburg, Ind. SALE CALENDAR May 22—Joes Auction Tcel, Auct. May 24—D. E. Stark Weddington May 25—Closing Out Sale O. J. Bookwalter Bridge, Auet. May 25—Pearl Pownell Est Burdctte Garner May 29—John A. Watson Harry Bridges June 1—Jasper Fouls John A. Case, Auct. Peru Lady Dies at Rochester Hospital PERU—Mrs. Annie Mae Cleveland, 71, residing with her daughter, Mrs. Paul Malhias al 209 Knsl Sixth slreel, died al 5 a.m. Mon- dny al Woocllawn hospil.nl, Rochester, following un illness of 15 months. Her first husband, Charles Slov- ens, whom she married in ISlOli, passed away In JDI1. She married Glen Cleveland in J94B and he died in 1(151. Survivors include Ihn daughter; five grandchildren and six great grandchildren; two sisters and three brollicrs in Illinois. Funeral services will ho con- dueled ul 2 p.m. Wednesday al the Klkunbui-ry funeral home with I he Itov. .lames G-lllcsple officiating. Burial will be made in Mounl. Hope cemetery. Friends may call al, Hie morlunry al 2 p.m. Tuesday. Deedsville Man Dies in Hospital PEItlJ—Funeral surviccn for Dennis Delbert Loukwond, will be conducted nl, 2 p.m. Tuesday al the McCain funeral home- in Denver with the Rev. C. G. Golden in charge, liurlal will be made in tha Oddfellows cemetery. Lockwood passed nwny Satiirdny night al. Wuodlnwn hospil.nl, Ho- chustor, following a Iwo weeks illness, lie resided In Deudsvillo for the past 80 years and was employed as n ijinli; nurse. Survivors are (our children, Including n son, Glenn, of Rochester; three sisters nnd one brother, of Grand Junction, Colorado. Long Illness Fatal To Peru Woman, 71 PJSIIU — Mrs, Pniil WolHCli- InH'Kcr, 71 .of 11-1 North (iiiri'lelrl Ijonicv/ird, dletl nt 7: IS a. in. Monday at Dukes hoKpil.nl, following a two yiinr Illness, Horn on July 20, 11X15 In Pom, who wn« tin; duii^hler of George and Jomirmih Dewey Conce, Her mnri'lafu In 1BKI wns to John Wel- PLOWING DEMONSTRATION And MACHINERY DISPLAY Also NEW 1957 GOLDEN ANNIVERSARY TRUCK will be displayed WEDNESDAY, MAY 21, 1 P.M. until dark Come to the store for directions REFRESHMENTS WILL BE SERVED 3 ATTENDANCE PRIZES Chas. Van Meter Co. Kewanna, Ind, Ph. 4221 "Your International Harvester Daaler" Survivors Inclmlu: the liiisbnnd; n dmifa'hter, Mlsd Clarice, nl. home; l.wo brothers, Alfred, of I'ern; nnd Wlllnrd, of New CiiHlle; a ulslar, MI'H. l£Llu York, of Peru. Three sisters preceded lior in d«nlh. J'lnul t'llen will bo conducUd nl. a p. in, Wudnciuluy ul. the Uruku- Klowoi'H chnpel wltli Intormont schecldlorl to bo mndc in Mount Hope cemetery, irrlemls niny call al. thi! funeral homo ni'loi 1 1 p. in. Tuewlny. DROWNS IN PARK ni'GKNISLL (UP)—Charles Clifford Pillion, 10, Ulcknull, drowned Saturday ill n clly park lake, Charles ami a companion Hlopiiuil Into deep water of Ilio partly- drained lake. Kit-hard fiox, 10, j HiokneH, was rescued. KII,1,HI) WII1LK IKINTtNC LAWRBNCK (UP)—Jiunes Si'/e- inurc, l.'l, L/uwrence, was shot and killed late Halnnluy when he tripped nnd his rifle went off us he nnd two companions were hunting ducks near this Indianapolis suburb. CASH LOANS-RiCINANCINO • VOUft CAR • AmlANCfi • • rURMITUHE riOFHTY TOWN FINANCE CO. OVER UAZltT 5 MARKET LOOANSPORT. INDIANA Ph 235? 1IO 1 , E Broadway A tten tion Mo thers . . . Don't Miss This Opportunity May 20 through May 25 The Special You Will Cherish Forever for the prettiest pin-ups of all Starting May 20 thru May 25 Bring Your Baby to Olsens for a Beautiful Portrait by... Nationally Know; Child and Baby Photographer 1 BIG 11 X 14 portrait Beautiful Semi-Life Size Bust Vignette REGULAR $10.00 VALUE $ only 1 25 Plus Postaga May 20-25 • CHILDREN AGED SIX WEEKS TO TWELVE YEARS • PULL SELECTION OF POSES • ALL WORK FULLY GUARANTEED • NO APPOINTMENT NECESSARY • LIMtT-2 CHILDREN TO A FAMILY We are very proud lo have Ihls particular photog. In our store for this special event, and Invite oil mothers of children from 6 weeks to 12 years to take advantage of this unusual opportunity. Other members of family and adults ...... ONE WEEK ONLY) SEE OUR WINDOW DISPLAY $3.95

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