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Logansport, Indiana
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Wednesday, May 22, 1957
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Wednesday Evening, May 32, 1957. 11. FOX SALE STARTED chicks, 5 weeks old New. Hamps, 2 week old New i Hamps and White Rocks, week | old Barred Rocks. Also day ok j White Rocks, New Hamps anc Barred Rocks. King's Hatchery, Sixth and North. Phone 3718. BABY CHICKS FARM BUREAU chicks are bred for top egg production and increased livability. Ask about the new Hi-Lay 1042 Cross. FARM BUREAU Phone 3141 ' Logansport TURKEYS, Goslings and Ducks. King's Hatchery, Sixth and North. Phone 37i8. 13. REAL ESTATE 13. REAL ESTATE 4 ROOM country home. 2 acres, immediate possession. John ' Patton, 4& miles north, % west Idaville. NEW 3-bedroom U. S. Steel Homes available on V. A, loans at 2% down. Dial 2397. e. Seeds, Plants ORTHO and Acme Insecticides and Fungicides. Also Rosefood and Fertilizers. King's Hatchery, Sixth and North. Phone'3718. GARDEN SUPPLIES—Rose, flower and garden insecticides. Also complete line of sprayers and dusters. Logan Hatchery, 824 Michigan, Phone 4202. SWEET .potatoes and garden plants. McClain's at Mexico, Indiana. CERTIFIED strawberry plants, 8 varieties. Filling orders now Claude Kime 3 miles east Twelve Mile. f. Wearing Apparet AIR FORCE officers' uniforms, Class "A" Blues, Class A & B Suntan Blouses 36 R, Trousers SO-32, Tailored Dacron-woor gabardine. Excellent condition. William Fischer, 552 Heath. BEAT THE HEAT IN OUR COTTONS AT The Thrift Shop, 411 E. Market h. Wanted to buy WANTED: Used drum set. Call 9932 after S p.m. WANTED: Used wood lath. Phone 3388. WILL pay cash for small used up right or Spinet pianos. Phone 3397. WE buy men's good used clothing shoes and hats. Perfect Cleaners, 324 • 4th. Phono 3610: 12 GOOD THINGS TO EAT b. Fruiti, Vegetables SEED and eating potatoes, apples, bananas. Sam Berkshire, 425 Cicott. Open evenings. 13. REAL ESTATE New Building Approx. 2,040 sq. II. cement block construction, lot ubout 1 acre. At intersection of 17lh, Jefferson and Eric avenue. Suitable for most uny enterprise. Immediate possession. Burlington Ave. 80x35 building, suitable for retail, . wholesale. Large lot for parking. Priced to sell. Otto H'lbert REALTOR 143B Clifton Ave. Phone 201)4 a. Houses FOR SALE: Beautiful 3 bedroom new home. Shown by appoint ment. Call before 1 p. m.. Phone r>042!i. SAVE $1000 on 3-bedroum homo In Rochester, now addition, F. H. A. approved. Owner leaving town. Rochester CA-35MM. $1000 down btiyn this newly remodeled 2 bedroom hou.ie. Waslior and dryor Included— $7,000 2 bedroom H«ml-mo(Jern. Large lot and garage ¥(1,000, $500 down balance monthly. Both properties located in Walton. Also 2 large lots located on U. S. 35 in Walton. PAUL M. SPERRY AGENCY R. E. BUT!!, Salesman Phone 2035 or 2554, Walton IMMEDIATE POSSESSION, 4 bod- room, east North Stroet. Tile bath, ample closets and cabinets. 1'hono 7350. 5-ROOM HOME Modern, north edge of city on highway. Modern kitchen, nice bath, now gas furnace, utility room, 2 lots, 2-car garage. This licAne is clean and neat. 3-BEDROOM Modern brick home. Sotithsidc, Full basement, 2-car garage. Possession In a few days. FRANK T. MORRIS AGENCY; Inc. 121 Fourth M. Phono ,')OB3 Stadium Dr. Conventional 3 bedroom cottage, 2 years old, nicely located on attractive lot in new addition. Hardwood floors, birch cabinets, garage. Immediate possession. $2,000 down may handle. Summit Dr. All modern two bedroom on landscaped lot in Roselawn Addition. Heavy construction, plastered walls, birch kitchen cabinets, full basement, I'k car garage, newly decorated. Immediate possession. Owner has reduced price for quick sale. Suburban Owner transferred. Says sell this large 3 bedroom ranch house located on spacious corner lot, Rolling Ridge Add'n. Three bedrooms, living, dinette, kitchen,, and extra nice 24'x20' paneled family room. Well landscaped. This property is priced right! These quality listings shown by appointment only, and we have many others. DaleW.McNlutt YOUR REALTOR Office 2928 Eve. 2-1767 FOR SALE: Monticcllo, Indiana, Beautiful a bedroom all modern home. Available on contract. Phone 643 Monticcllo, 825 N. Main Street. David W. Crutchfield. 36 Acre White county farm, 28 level tillable A. 8 A. wood lot. 8 A. alfalfa. Small house, barn, etc. Asking $8,000. Will sell equity or trade on larger farm. 65 Acre Bethlehem twp. farm. GO A. tillable with 18 A. of oals and 35 A. corn to go lo buyer. 4 room dwelling, good 50x70 burn plus other buildings. Will consider trade or land contract. 300 Acre farm, 30 A. corn allotment, 30 A. woods, 8 A. pasture, balance go'od level well ditched plow land. 8 room home, 2 barn.s, overhead granary, chicken house, etc. This land has been treated right and has a good production record. Landlord's poKnension, will noil on lund contract, terms; 21)% down, balance, 15 years at 5%. Otto Hilbert REALTOR 14116 Clifton Ave. Phone 2684 FOR SALE: Two modern homes In Fullon. Barker Realtor, Fullon. 4 KOOMH, bath and garage. $500 down^ balance like rent. Box A- 25(1 thin newspaper. 7-ROOM houHo, Whoallunil avenue, modern, largo lot, fruit trees. Ph. 2840 days, 40706 evenings. BRICK HOME Hi slory—5 rooms, furnace and bath, $6,000. Phone 4303 " STRECKKR-BROWN AGENCY FOR SALE: 7 room soml-moclorn house on 3 full lots. In Burrows on Slate Rood 25. Conlacl Llwjy DauRhlcry, Phone 15-W Burrown. BY OWNER: 4 room all modern cottage, full bane-muni, Irirge yard, chicken lot, garden, uloc- trlc stove, Venetian blinds, 2-car garage, Located '/i way between Lognimport and Poru, 1 mile off U, S. 24. Priced $0500. Call 40636 evenings. NEW 3-bedroom house, attached garage. Ph. 21851. HOUSE for sale. To be torn down and moved. Claude Roller, R. R. 1, Walton. Walton 2023. b. Lots LARGE lots, reasonable. Phone 21851 or 56010. .. BUILDING sites, any size, electricity, gas. Cash or contract. 7398. 8; LOTS on Northern avenue, 100- foot frontage. Phone 3897. LOTS, 140' frontage, 250' to 300' deep, $500 to $625. 6-1/3 acres, $1775. Contracts available. 2'A miles, nortth of Dykenran Park, Logansport. Herb Baker, 705 Grove, Kokomo, Phone GL-20913. c. Farms AT Nyona Lake. Large modern home, barn, 2A., fish, hunt on place. Ehrhardt, Macy, R. 1, Ind. Vacant. 3 bedrms and bath, barn and chicken house, with small acreage close to city. Immediate possession, $12,000. FRED SMITH, Realtor 511 Tanguy St. Ph. 2804-20914 WIDOW must sell 80 acre farm ' in Cass Co. Immediate possession. $18,000.00. Lloyd Jefferies, . Realtor, 403 East 13th, Rochester, phone 1441. Cancer Drive Report Given Receipts in the Cass county Cancer Fund drive now total $4,709.22, nearly $1,500 short of the goal, it was announced Tuesday night at a meeting of the county Cancer Society board in. the city building. The drive has been extended a month in an effort to reach the quota, which is $6,254.31. Mrs. Robert Batch, campaign vice-chairman, was in charge of the meeting, at which it was revealed- that films have boon shown lo the practical licensed nurses at Memorial hospital nnd lo .wives and female employes at the RBM. Donations thus far to the Cancer Fund include $3,502.22 fAjm Loganspor!, residents, $1,220 from the other, townships, 'and a $47 gift from.the Onward Grange. Township receipts are: Adams, $30; Bethlehem, $09; Boone, S147; Clay,-$148; Clinton, $85.50; Deer Creek, $128; Harrtson, $10,1,50; Jackson, $96.50; Jefferson, $75; Noble, $38; Miami,. 64.50; Tipton, $73; and Washington, $112. Mary Shanabarger/TS, Dies at Peru Hospital PERU—Miss Mary J, Shanabarger, 75, of 500 East Main street, died at B:.')5 a.m. Wednesday at Dukes hospital, following an illness ut several months. Born in Peru on Qctolwr 4, 1881, she was the daughter ot Martin and Margaret Scott Shanabarger. The deceased was a member of the First Presbyterian church. Survivors include a -sister, Mrs. Delia Jonos and a brother, Edward, both of Peru; several nieces and nephews. Funeral services will be conducted at 2 p.m. Friday at the Elkcnberry funoral home wllh the Rev, James Glllcspie officiating, ljurial will be made In Mount Hope cemetery. Friends may call after 2 -p.m. Thursday at the mortuary. Deer Creek Farm Sale Is Recorded The' sale of a 120-uore farm In Deer Creek township by James Winters, administrator of the Amanda Winters estate, lo Ulyuss and Emor.son Ellison was recorded today witli County Recorder Stowai'L Gordon. Tax stamps attached to the dood Indicated the consideration was approximately $48,400. FURNITURE LOANS ; ! -«4 LINCOLN FINANCE COMPANY Mori. Smlih, Mfr. MHM* 3»S LOANS PLAIN NOTE—AUTO—OR OTHER PERSONAL SECURITY Latest Market Reports WORKERS' PAY DIPS Factory wagn rM*d* dighfly from D*c«nbw'» all-thiM high. »o MOfWKLY DATA DOM: U. J. 0.,*. rfukofi Hawkins Stockyards Meat Type Above yuotudons 190 to 210 '.. 18.10 210 to 230 ...., 17.80 230 to 250 17.40 250 to 270 : 17.00 270 to 300 ; 16.75 Sows IG.OO down B° ars I"' 00 d °wn Popejoy Dressing Plant Leghorn Hens 11 Heavy Hens 15 Veals Third Street Market Four Estates Are Opened The estates of Ralph David, Ben Zeek, Bruce Babb, and Marjorie Davis have been opened in the Cass circuit court. Under terms of the David will, dated Dec. 22, 1955, the wife, Mabel, is to receive all of the income from . the estate, estimated at $50,000 in personal -property, and upon her death it is to be divided among their three children. The National Bank of Logansport and Robert David were named co- trustees of the set up for Mrs. David and Robert was named executor ot the will. Hanna and Small are the attorneys for the estate. . The estate of Ben Zeek, who was killed .April 12,. was estimated at $1,000 in personal property, with the widow, a daughter and two sons listed as heirs. Tyrus Risser, route 6, was named administrator. Hanna and,Small are attorneys for the estate. The estate of Mrs. Marjorie Davis, who died March 24, was estimated at $10,000 in real estate and $6,200 in personal property. A daughter, Jane Wolford, is the only heir and administratrix. Miller, Babcock and Tolbert are the attorneys for the estate. The Bruce Babb estate was es- Lambs ..'. 16 timated at $1,000 in personal prop- i'eal Hides 12 • ----- ---- ' ---• --'-'- • Beef hides Eggs .25 • Wayne's Produce Heavy Hens , .14 Leghorn Hens 11 Producers Stockyards 190 la 230 No. 1 18.05 190 to 210 18.35 210 to 230 18.00 230 to 250 17.f,o 250 to 270 ..' 17.25 270 to 300 17.00 sows ic.oo down Boars t 7.00-10.0U Stags 7.00-10.00 CHfCAGO LIVESTOCK CHICAGO (UP)—Livestock: Hogs 8,500; generally steady to weak, instances 10-15 lower; No, 2-3 l!)fl-22, r > Ibs 18.25-10.fi5, mostly 18.'25-10.50; several lots mixed No. 1-3, 18.75-10.00; No, 2-3 230-250 Ibs 17.75-18.25. Cattle Ki.OOO, calves 300; fed sloers moslly steady lo 25 higher; heifers mostly steady; vealcrs firm; moderate number hlff-li choice and low prime 1150-13M Ibs steers 24,50-2(1.00; few loads low to average prime 28.50-27.00; bulk choice steers 1350 Ibs down 2H.75- 24.25; good and low ohoico 19.5022.50; load 1025 Ibs prime heifers 25.00; few high choice and low prime 23.75-24.25; bulk high good and choice heifers 21.00-2.1.00; good 18.50-20.50; good and choice vonlers 22.00-2(1.00. Sheep 1,000; lambs steady to wonk; good and choice shorn lombs 20.00-21.50, few choice and prime spring Iambs 24,'SO. INDIANAPOLIS LIVESTOCK INDIANAPOLIS ('UP) _ Livestock: Hogs 6,000; steady to 50 higher; 100-250 Ib 10.25-18.75, fow 18.115- W.15; 250-280 II) 17.25-18.25; 120-1W) Ib .15.50-17.00; 1BO-180 11) 17,25-111.25. Cattle calves 200; steady to strong; good und choice steers and helfors 20,50-2150; high ohoico and prime 24.00-25.00; standard 17.00-20.00; voulci'H wlirong to 50 higher; good and choice 21.0024.50; prime 25.00. SJioep 200; lambs steady; good and 24.00. spring lambs 20,00- CHICAGO PRODUCE CHICAGO (UP) — Produce: Live poultry steady; 121,000 Ibs. USIM price change. 1 ):. Broilers or tryurs, WJillo Hook 22'/!-23, Plymouth Hook 2314-24. OhcOHo Hteady; single daisies and Jonghorna 3ll 1 !4-3!) l /i; processed loaf 3IKI7; Swiss Grade A 42-43; B :!fML; c •:«)-;«. Butter steady; 1,257,000 Ibs; 03 and 1)2 score 50; 90 score 5014; 8D Kcore 55. I'lggs steady; 20,(101) cases; white large nnd mixed large extras 2(1; mediums 24Vj; .standards 27'/j; current receipts 2(1'A, . CONSOIIDATI TOWN FINANCE CO. OVER DAZIEY'S MARKET LOGANSPORT, INDIANA h. 2337 410' > E. Broadw FOR SALE: House In Burrowa, 4 bedrooms and bath, built-in cabl- nclH anil dishwasher, dining room and largo living room both carpeted, full basement, combination storm windows and doom, oil furnace, hot water huat, largo garage, Several fruit trees. Lot Ill0'x212' on highway 25. Phone JBurrows 23-B after (I p.m. or anytime Saturday or Sunday. RENT an IRONRITE '25 to '500 TO • CONSOLIDATE DEBTS • REDUCE PAYMENTS • MEET EMERGENCIES Cull, Write or Phone AUTOMATIC IRONIR ftrmt llttl* n WATCH "FRONTIER" WFBM, Zi30.3iOO SUNDAY instruction Ironnle AUTOMATIC IRONER erty and $500 in real estate. A daughter, Goldie Patterson, Gal- veslon, rural route, was named administratrix. Two sons, two daughters, and three grandchildren were named heirs. Hanna and Small are the attorneys for the estate. Milo Edwin Flook, 84, Dies at Nursing Home Milo Edwin .Flook, 84, a retired blacksmith, died at the Justice nursing home at 0 a.m. Wednesday following a lingering Illness. A resident of Idaville, he was born in Cass county on Jan. 2, 11173 the son oC Henry and Martha A. (Wilson.) Flook. The deceased was a member of the IOOF lodge in Logansport. Survivors include two daughters, Mrs. Jessie Jones, Peru; and Mrs. Irma Quarlng, Paramount, Cal.; '.wo sons, Edwin, Wellsville, Mo.; and William, Alexandria, Ind.; several grandchildren, a sister, Elizabeth Flook, Logansport; and a brother, End, Rodney, Mich. The body is at the Chase-Miller chapel whore friends mny call after 7 p.m. Wednesday. Final rites will be conducted at 2 p.m. Friday at tbo McCloskcy- Hamllton chapel with the Rev. Harry Rea officiating. Burial will be made in the IOOF cemetery at Walton. Hospital Seeks Urban Homes For Patients Longcliff Staff Selecting Patients For Placement Under Family Care Program The Logansport state hospital needs urban homes for placement of carefully selected*' patients between 20 and 60 years of age under a Family Care, program, it was announced Wednesday by Dr. John W. Southworth, superintendent. "Some patients have no families or .Ijayc families unable to take them into their homes," Dr. Southworth said. "A' family-like atmosphere in the home in which they live assists them to re-establish themselves in the community through the support of the famjly and hospital." Dr. Southworth explained that several patients would find employment in the-area and living in a family home allows patients to become an integral part of the community. Women can do housework, care for eiderly people, and do similar jobs. Men can do lawn or garden work, janitorial work, restaurant work and odd jobs. Some patients have farming experience for placement in rural homes. "Selection of patients for Family Care placement is based on patient's physical condition, desire to live with a family, and ability to move from hospital to family living," Dr. Southworth said. Financial arrangements for payment to the foster family will be arranged by the family and the psychiatric social worker. The payment for board and room and care of the patient' will provide the family with supplemental income. The Family Care program provides a social worker to offer advice and help patients in their new home and to consult with the foster family in their relationship with Ihc patient. Further information may be obtained from Gerald McClain of the Longcliff social service department. A member of the social service staff will be on duly at a display booth during the open house Sunday from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. to explain the family cnre program. "Calico Swing" Set Thursday at Armory Cass County Rural Youth mom- bors ore planning their annual "Calico Swing" scheduled to begin at 8 p.m. Thursday nt the National Guard Armory. Tickets will bo sold nt the door, according to tho committee, comprised ot Juanltn Smith, Ralph Pur- meter, and John Swank. Mac Ovurmyre chairman of the program, announced that music will be prcsentocl by Lee Stewart and his band, A King and Queen will also bo crowned. Members of the program committee Include Joe SpiUnoglu, Tom Wilson, and Mary Lynn Whcaton; decorations—Linda Hnlts nnd Pat Wiiavor; tuid refreshments — Herb Hannn, Janice Allen, und Dolores Klein. 35 LHS Students Will Attend Opera Thlrly-fivo L o g a n a p o r t high school HtiKlcntH will utlend Iho Metropolitan Oporu Company's pcr- t'onriance of "Madam Butterfly" at Purduo univur.slty Wednesday night. The trip Is sponsored by the ','iilgh .school Music club. Several of the students who will allend tonight mot recently with Miss Thulmu Nicholas, Hit 'club sponsor, for a study session. Tho operu wan discussed, a review was given of tho life of the composer, Puccini, and Hohjcllons from Iho opera wore played. Check 61 Autos On Highway 218 Sixty-one nulos wore checked Tuesday evening by the Cas.? county sheriff's department on stale road HID near Walton, Fifteen warning tickets, woro Issued, moslly for defective lights, and one expired driver's license was found. Remodeling and Cement Work Phon« 6929 or 8325 Personal Prlvale Danny Collins, son of Mrs, Murtlia Collins, JUOO Hoger Street, IK homo on 3May leave from the U, S. Army. He will report to Ft. Lewis, Wash., Juno 4, for assignment to tho Par East. Settle Suit For $7,500 The $1-5,000 damage suit of Mrs. Pond Ginn, executrix of tho estate ot the late Alvor Haines Glnn, against Lylo and Reuben Lehnus, doing business as Lehnus brothers, and their employe, John Madury, was dismissed Wednesday by the plaintiff in the Cass circuit court following an put-of-coiirf settlement. The suit for C inn's wrongful death in an auto-truck tractor crash was settled for .$7,500, according to Die final report In the Glnn estate, also filed Wednesday through Attorney George Bru- bakor. Glnn was fatally Injured on Feb. 23, IBM, when tlie. car ho was driving struck the rear of u slow moving truck tractor owned by Lohnus brothers and driven by Madary on stale ronr.1 20 'in front of tho Lehnus business placo. Logansport, Indiana, Pharos-Tribune Twenty-thre* Home Economics Classes Set At Noble School on June 11 Two Injured In Collision Two young people suffered minor injuries in an auto collision at 11:30 p. in. Tuesday three miles north of Walton which wrecked cars belonging to Deputy Sheriff Roy King and Dale Wilfoog, 23. 1620 Douglass' street. King, accompanied by throe special deputies, had just started to drive away after investigating a car that had stopped beside the road when the Wilfong auto struck the rear of his car. Wilfong and his companion, Jeanean Longsworth, 19, of Fort Wayne, a student nurse at Long- cliff, suffered cuts on the face and Wilfong suffered bruises to both knees. They were taken to Memorial hospital in the Fisher ambulance and then were released. Wilfong pleaded guilty in justice court to a charge of operating Rules and regulations for enrolling in the 1957 Home Economics classes for judging at the Noble township school on June 11 have been announced by Miss Ethel Nice and Mrs. Reba Briggs. The program will begin at 9:30 a.m. and two girls from each division in each club are eligible. No girl may enter more than one contest and all contests must be set ; up before 9 a.m. • Each chairman will organize her own committee and announce the placings. BAKING Chairman, Cora St. Amand. Senior Register — Mrs. John Minglin; Class 1. Clover-leaf yeast Rolls. Mrs. Gertrude Heckard; Class 2. Chocolate loaf cake, . without frosting. Mrs. Arthur • Sprinkle; Class ' 3. True-false, multiple choice and two questions . requiring written answers. Mrs. Wilma Moss. Junior Register — Mrs. Hilda Dodt. Class 1. Same as above. Mrs. Martha Justice. Same as above. Mrs. Class 2. Richard a motor vehicle under the influ- .. _ _ ence of intoxicating liquor, filed j above. Mrs. Elbcrt Balsbaugh. by Trooper John Gaylor. He was' fined $25 and costs and his right to drive was suspended for a year. In another auto crash late Tuesday afternoon at the junction of U. S. highway 35 imd May street in Walton, Trooper Gaylor charged Bart Baber, W, of route Crimmins. Class 3. Same as FOOD PREPARATION Chairman—Mrs. Blanch Larrt son. Register—Mrs. Clara Barr. Senior and Junior Class 1. Vegetable plate. Three cooked vegetables will be used for each plate. The vegetables will northbound truck driven by Leonard Hopper, 31, of 1211 Murphy street, Logansport, according to the report to Gaylor. Damage was estimated at $500 to the Baber auto and $225 to the truck owned by the Logan Metal Culvert company. Baby McGlorhin Dies at Birth ROCHESTER — John Roy Me- Glothlln, son of Fred und Rosemnry (Hollowny) McGIothlln, died a I birth nt (!:15 a.m. Wednesday nl Woodlnwn hospital. Survivors Include Llio parents, (Ml) Pnrlc; Ihroo sisters and one brother, Carol Ann, Connie Sue, Diane Lynn, and Fred, all ut home; mn- tornnl grandparents, Mr. iiixl Mrs. Eivln Hollowny, nnd the paternal grandfather, Frod McGIothlln Sr. A short prayer service was con ducted Monday afternoon nl. UK. Foster nntl Good funeral homo with the Rev. L. 15. Powell officiating. Burial was made In the Citizens cemetery. Hold Services for Mrs. William Nichols Flnnl rites wore conducted recently fur Mr.i. William II Nichols, 77, Highland Park, III., who djod May 18 nt a hospital In Wnu- koRnn. Burial was made' In the cemetery nt Plymouth. Her Iwsbnixl, William H. Nl cholu, died 17 years ago. A son, William H., Jr., also preceded In dftalh. A brother, Earl Grelhon lives In Twelve Mile. Auditor to Attend State Gathering County Auditor Richard .Gobi will go to Indianapolis Monday to ottaiid a meeting of auditors of Hie stale called by the stale board of accounts. Now legislation affecting auditors will be explained by the board, The mooting will bo In Iho House oC Representatives chamber. SALE CALENPAR May 22—Joes Aufction Ted, Auct. May 24—D. E. Stark ; Weddington May 25—Stony Pike Roller Rink Walton, Auct. May 2"!—Closing Out' Sale 'O. J. Bookwalter , Bridge, Auct. May 25—Pearl Pownell Est Burdette. Garner May 29—John A. Watson Harry Bridges June I—Jasper Fouts John A. Case, Auct. 2, Walton, with failure to yield I ml be tasted. Plate will be con- right of way. isidered on the basis of color, Baber, enroute cast on .May j texture, size of servings, etc. street, drove out in front of a Kathleen Hedges. Class 2. Selection of harmonious items for a breakfast place setting. Ail four units will be set identically. Mrs. Lcnna Wilson. Class 3. True-false, multlplo choice and two questions requiring, written answers. Mrs. Walter Noakes. HOME IMPROVEMENT JUDGING Chairman — Mrs. Pat. Nicoll. Registor—Mrs. Juanita Hughes. Class 1. Clear wood finished such us varnishes, penetrating seal, shellac, or linseed oil. Miss Nice. Class 2. Arrangement of :'ur- niturc for a bedroom. Mrs. Reba Briggs. Class 3. True-false, multiple choice and 2 questions requiring written answers will be used. Mrs. Keirans. FOOD PRESERVATION (Chairman—Mrs. (tall Thompson; Register—Mrs. Lucille Nicholson) Senior nnd Junior— Class k Green beans canned in clear glasi jars. Mr.s. Betty Frey. Class 2. Class of frozen strawberries. Mrs. Opal Ilcivie. Daniel B. Galbreath, Father of Pulaski County Sheriff, Dies WINAMAC—Daniel B. Galbreath, 77, father of llalpli Galbreulh, Pulaski county sheriff, died Tuesday evening at the home of his son, Chester. Born in Puluski county on Jan. 24, 1880, he was the son of George and Diana Galbrcalli. His wife, Ethel, preceded in death in 1034. The deceased was a member of the Winamac Christian church. Survivors Include four sons, Dorold and Harold, both of Nilcs, Mich.; Chester und Ralph, Winu- ninc; Iwu daughters, Mrs. Alva Freshwater, Gary; und Mrs. Kalh- crlne Dommer, Now Orleans; 2-1 grandchildren and l« groal-Krund- childrcn; two brothers, Lewis, Wi- City; Mary namnc; and Robert, Star and tbrue sisters, Mr.s. Copoluntl, Greenville, Mich.; Mrs. Ellen Brlnker,' Winumac; and Miss Golcllc Galbrealb, Winamac. Final riles will be conducted at 2 p. m. Friday at the Fiy and Lanftc funurtil IUMHU witli Ihu Rev. C. D. BntTingor officiating. Burial will be made in Crown 111J1 cemetery. Auto Accessory Thefts Becoming Numerous Another outbreak of aiiloinoblli! accessory thefts confronts city police, who aru receiving reports daily on these missing Hems. Four hub capjt were stripped from a IDM car owned by William Vernon and parked in front of his residence Tuesday night. The thieves wont one step fniv llier nt 1113 Illgli street, taking four hub caps and two fender skirls off a 1957 model owned by Frank Dayi.son. SET FINAL RITES PRIUI—Kunuriil si-rviccs for Karl James Cnnler, who died Tuesday nl Dukes hosplliil, will be held at 2 p.m. Friday ixt the First Christian church. Tho llnv. Avory W. Mlley will official!- and burial will be made at Mount Hope cemetery. Class True-false, multiple choice and two questions requiring written answers will be used. Mrs. Louise Bixk-r. CLOTHING (Chairmnn—Mrs. lloulnh Pullen; Register—Mrs. Marvin Wood) Si'nlor Class 1. Skirl nnd blouse for win- ler school wear, lllou.so.s will bo washable. Garincnls will not bo worn. All .skirts and blouses to bo judged will be made at home or nil bo commercially made, but both types will not be used in Iho Mine Judging class. Mrs. Ji-an KorRoy. Class 2. Suilabln pattern for higli-school-iige nirl with four sets of fabric and such things as: trimming, bell, billions and Ilirend for the mnkliiR of a dress using this pntlrrn, Mrs. Nevln Howard. Class 3. Truij-fiil.sc, mulllpla choloo and 2 questions requiring wrlllo'n answers. Mrs, Corabullo Baber. Junior (He/jlslnr — Mr.s, Snm Cover) Class 1. Same as above. Mrj. Mnxlnc IClkias. Class 2. Sumo as above, Mrs. Wllbej-l 1'iischen. Class 3. Same us above. Lawrence March. Mrs. SNEAK PREVIIW FRIDAY, MAY 24 • % MH, W l*nU< • r«tkt Ft* fctlk, »••**,*, (Mill 0 AMllM FlM > Mlflm F«d • *>l.r Spoil, tt > IMm (HhWI twn* • |,||,, |j* > !lfl>hMl«t Cnlm • lltt.r I ' ttntt «r» Fnw • ttrt tltn NOW onw DAMON* cvcrr NMWT MMWCA'I IICOEIT "NMII~ SATURDAT, MAY 25 tlEN MILLER ORCHISTKA MAXINEiMllNrlMl COMINCI WOODY HERMAN Mimfey, Jim* 1 M »•!•) IMM t CMtoft. fr»ti )«him»l)« INDIANA KACN,

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