Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on May 23, 1957 · Page 10
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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 10

Logansport, Indiana
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Thursday, May 23, 1957
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Tea Logansport, Indiana, Pharos-Tribune Police Hold Couple Who Left Sons With Sitter 3 Weeks Ago TlTTf WAT1V1PIP flVD-t A m^KU^... AWIirY wcic cutci ICUJICU 111 IUC MILWAUKEE (UP)-A mother home . of Mrs Jeanette Gohn to a nH fatViAr en in mnflv rnnr fhow .... , . . ' Rochester The Past President's club of the A. H. Skinner .Auxiliary No. 64, PSWV were entertained in the and father said today that they left their two young sons with a professional babysitter for three weeks because they had no money to" "care for them. .-Tliey denied that they intended to abandon the youngsters. -Police picked up Mr. and Mrs. Thomas J. Sobye, both 24, Tuesday night after the mother contacted Mrs. Arthur Kraemer, the sitter with whom the parents left the Boys April 29. The children were turned over to county welfare authorities after Mrs. Kraemer told police Monday that the parents, whose name the sitter did not know, had disappeared. Mrs. Kraemer told authorities a Woman had telephoned her asking her to babysit wi'h the children, Michael Lee, 13 months, and Jessie Lee, 7 weeks, because the parents had all-night jobs in a restaurant. The sitter said a woman and two men left the children with her. The only con'act after that, she said, was a telephone call from the woman saying she couldn't bring over clothes for the boys because of a death in tha family. Mrs. Sobye said she had telephoned the Kraemer home four or five times in the last two weeks but failed to find Mrs. Kraemer at hcme. Sobye said he and his wife did not visit the children because he didn't have money to pay for their care. Police said they were checking an admission by Sobye that he had left another wife and two sons in Lawton, Okla., in 1953. He said he married 195S. his present wife in Preserve the appearance of suede shoes by regular brushing with a rubber sponge. It the suede wears smooth, a few light strokes with finest sandpapor will restore the original nap. delicious desert luncheon. The serving table was beautiful with a centerpiece of garden flowers, offset with lighted tapers. The meeting was ,in charge of the president, Miss May Kern, who opened the meeting with all repeating "Americanism". Mrs. C. J. Irwin, read the report of the previous meeting and called the roll, noting all absentees. The treasurer, Mrs. Estil Carter gave ident, Mrs. Ned Bemenderefer was moved up to the presidency and will assume her duties at the first meeting of the new year, early in the fall. An election was held and Mrs. Bernard Leitner, was elected to be the next vice president. The following committees for 1957-58 were then appointed:, Program, Mrs. T. W. Terpstra, chairman, Mrs. John Reed and Mrs. James Bailey. Publicity, Mrs. Leit- of the former's mother, Mrs. Olive (Elliott) Tomlin of Mattoon, Hi., which occurred at a hospital there Monday afternoon at 4 o'clock. She had been in failing health for four years. Mrs. Tomlin was 84 years old. She is survived by the husband, John T.' Tomlin, 91 years old, four sons and a daughter. The couple had been married 64 years and hacUived at Mattoon over 50 years, being prominent residents there. chairman, Mrs. Max Hungerford and Mrs. Kenneth Hood; telephone, Mrs. Junior Good, chairman, Mrs. Katheryn Schwenk, Mrs. Bill Gordon and Mrs. Harold Collins. Mem- her rejport, after which a devotion- jbership: Mrs. Cardona chairman al period was led by Mrs. Fred I and Mrs. William Downs. Local Logan, chaplain, who read a beau-1 project, Mrs. Gerald Quindry; na' t ; ona [ p ro j ec t MrS] John' Reed, moral and spiritual values, Mrs. Robert Martin; membership, Mrs. Fred Mitchell, Jr., chairman, Mrs. Hood and Mrs. Clinger. The program consisted of a film on polio, which was most enlightening, and educational. In closing the ladies joined in repeating the club Junior pledge. The remainder of the evening was spent with playing bridge and euchre. Prizes were awarded Mrs/ Quindry, Mrs. Harold Archer, Mrs. Hungerford and Mrs. Traeger. Mrs. James Bailey won the tiful poem, and a prayer. The next meeting .will be a hamburger fry, at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Carter. In closing, the club creed was repeated in unison and the pledge to the flag was given. Mrs. Paul Davidson and baby were taken from the Woodlawn hospital, in the Foster and Good ambulance to their home in Leiters Ford, Tuesday afternoon. The Rochester Junior Women's club held their May meeting in the home of Mrs. Joseif Cardona, 700 West Ninth street, Monday evening. In opening the pledge to the flag and the club collect were led by the president, Mrs. Philip Clinger, after which Mrs. Robert Martin read a poem for the inspirational thought. The roll call was responded to by "My favorite housework' 1 " or "My project suggestion for next year." The minutes of the previous meeting were read by Mrs. William Downs, who also gave the treasurer's report. Several members volunteered to help with the mailing for the Mental Health drive Wednesday • evening at the courthouse. It was announced. Mrs. Robert Traeger, president elect for next year, was soon leaving to make her home in South Bend. The vice pres- Purcell's Piano Bar ENTERTAINMENT EVERY FRIDAY & SATURDAY NIGHT PREJHOIH3AY CELEBRATION WEDNESDAY NIGHT, MAY 29th FfNfl FOODS AND COCKTAILS Highway 24 and W. Linden Ave. PIENTY FREE PARKING CITY MARKET PORK CHOPS 55 BEEF ROAST 35 GROUND BEEF 29 SAUSAGE SIRLOIN STEAK 63 SWISS STEAK PORK STEAK 45 SMOKED SAUSAGE 39c door prize. Refreshments were served by the hostess and her assistants, Mrs. Archer and Mrs. Schwenk. third floor of the court house is soon to be a thing of the past. Wilbur Voight, sub-contractor under the .Fairhall Elevator Co. of Danville,' 111., awarded the general contract for the installation of an elevator, says the elevator will be ready for business in a couple of weeks. Plan New Office Site In Downtown Monticello MONTICELLO, Ind. — A six- office building will be constructed soon at 128 South Illinois street by a newly-formed corporation of four .local men, it was announced yesterday. ^^ Wynn B. Gilbert, Wilbur Voigt! Dr. W. W. Morris, and Newell Timmons said that they purchased the lot from the Assembly of God church as a site for a one-story ultra-modern building with terrazzo features. It will contain 5,000 square feet of floor space, some of which will be available for rental in about 90 days. Read the Classified Ads Monticello I Important business matters were! PUBLIC AUCTION The following personal property of the Pearl Pownell Est. will be sold at Public Auction at the residence V4 mile north of the Memorial Hospital on Clifton Avenue, 2 p.m. DST. Saturday, May 25,1957 3 piece bedroom suite, Electrolux sweeper like new, RCA TV . and tower less than 1 yr. old, Monogram oil heater, laundry and 'round oak stove, sewing machine, quilt Jops and blocks, blankets, hand crochqting, 2 trunks .suitcases, library table, end tables, 7 odd discussed by the official board ofi chairs ' 2 rockin § chairs . chair with ottoman, studio bed, lamps, the Monticello Methodist Church'clocks, cabinet and metal cupboard, 5 piece breakfast set, washer and tubs, Philco radio, portable mixer, dishes, jelly, garden tools, Crosley refrigerator and deep freeze, fire place screen, curtain stretchers, portable quilting frames, throw rugs, comode, walnut cupboard, lawnmower, stamp collection, and 1935 Dodge. Pearl Pownell, Est. meeting Tuesday night at the church. The board adopted a summer program of worship services starting .June 16th which will in ciude two services of worsnip and the church school each Sunday morning during the summer season. The early worship service will be held--at 8:30 o'clock, followed by the church school and the second worship service. Reports from White Co. Memor ial Hospital:BIRTHS — To Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Smith, Monon, a daughter; To Mr. and Mrs. Robert Turner, 110 South Market, Delphi, a son; To Mr. and Mrs. Frank Bell, Monon, a daughter. DISMISSALS — Mrs. Dorothy Simmons, South First Street; Richard Washburn, 210 North 111.; Mrs. Ethel Kraud, 4 East Pierce; Mrs. Burdell Salomon and son, Reynolds; Mrs. Morris McKinney and son, Route 2, Winamac; the infant daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Don Stearns, Route 3, Monticello. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Tomlin ro ceived the sad news of the death You don't need to pay *250 fo *30O for INCONSPICUOUS ..QUALITY HEARING AIDS Not responsible for accidents Auctioneer—Burdette Garner Terms—cash Clerk—Rex Moore FERNBAUGH'S Jewelry Store 416 E. Bdwy. (uto.xr MONm-MCK euMuwm i AUCTION SALE Due to the death of my wife, I am moving al! my household goods from 1200 E. Broadway to Weddington's Auction Room, 116 Twelfth St., Logansport, Ind., to be sold on FRIDAY, MAY 24th, at 7:30 P.M. (DST) Westinghouse table model 17" TV; tilt-back chair and ottoman; red leather lounge chair; lounge chair and ottoman; lounge chairs; davenport; occasional chairs; coffee table; lamp tables; floor lamp; table lamps; large round mirror; 12'xl8' rug and pad; 9x12 rugs; Duncan Phyfe drop-leaf table with extra leaf; 0 chairs; breakfront; serving table; silverware service for 12; hall tree; Hoover sweeper; china cabinet; 3-piece chrome dinette; Nesco roaster with cabinet; table top gas stove; electric stove; 2-piece bedroom suite with Beauty Rest mattress; 5-piece maple bedroom suite with' Slumber-On mattress; metal porch glider; metal-chaise lounge; porch chair; Toastmaster pop-up toaster; Easy Spin-Dry washer; Frigidaire; power mowers; Storklme youth bed; power drill; GV4" electric hand saw, combination drill, bench saw, hand saw and stand; 12x14 tarpaulin; hose with reel; glass top lawn table; utility cabinet; aluminum wheelbarrow; Maytag ironer; child's record player and records; electric clock; storm windows; screens, aluminum storm windows; tools; dishes; cooking utensils; curtains; drapes; linens; and many other items. Haviland dishes, 65 pieces, mostly one pattern; Bavarian and Austria china; antique lamps; antique folding rocker and towel rack. This is an extra good bill of merchandise. TERMS—CASH. Not responsible for accidents. D. E. STARK, Owner Wcddington & Weddington, Aucts, Martin, Clerk Door opens at 6; 30-p.m. CAA Dispatches Boat To Rescue 4 Persons 'MIAMI (UP) -The Civil Aeronautics Administration dispatched a shrimp boat to tiny Swan Island 600 miles southwest of here today to pick up four persons marooned after their schooner cracked up. Edgar Hamper, a ham radio operator in Hialedh, Fia., reported Wednesday night that he had contacted the island and notified the CAA. Hamper said they identified Thursday Evening, May S3, 1957. themselves as Mr. and Mrs. Shep Bingham of Silver Springs Md., and two American sailors. Bingham said his'schooner cracKed up last Saturday, according to Hamper. Plan "Operation Kindcrlift" WIESBADEN, Germany (UP)— The U.S. Air Force will fly Berlin children to the West for vacations this summer for the fifth year of "Operation Kinderlift," it was an. nounced today. NervousJiretUwake Nights? Don't Feel And Look "W Before Your Time" Any Longer If you' an wearing that look of "false old age", led tired out, depressed, or Buffer £rom sleep* leaaneea, constipation, lack of appetite, digestive disturbance*, lack-lustre hair, your trouble may b« caused by iron-poor blood or a ayetem starved for nature's essential vitamins and mineral*. If K>, yon need suffer no more. STOP SUFFERING In just one day Drag-NOT T»V let'* high-potency iron, multiple vitamins and blood-building elements are in your blood-stream, carrying new strength and energy to all parts of your body. Then watch -your elimination. A few days after you start taking Drag- NOT Tableta the lazy organs will go back to work and you will notice the black, poisonous waste beginning to leavo your body. NEW LIFE Then you will feel a wondrous change: the years will seem to slip away and y ou w ill on joy wonderful new pep and vitality, look and foel younger. Got non- habit-formmg Drae-NOT Tab- lota (rich in Iron, vitamins Bj, Bj, BJJ, C, plus other vitamins and minerals) and see results in 7 days or your money back. Only $1,98 for a month's supply. CENTRAL DRUG CO. 4th at Broadway Phone 3131 Register at COMBS-407 Broadway . . . No obligation . . . Just fill out card. Award to be made J.una 1st. - A FREE PAIR OF SHOES for each member of the family with every color RCA- VICTOR-TV set sold by Young's.on or before June' 1st. ON1Y 8 DAYS LEFT TO REGISTER FOR The RCA YlCTOR COLOR T-V SET TO BE GIVEN AWAY COMBS SHOE STORE In co-operation with RCA-VICTOR and 315 Fourth St. FANSLER REALTY CO. IS READY TO TALK TRADE See Pansier Realty Co. Today If You Want To Trade In Your Residence On A New Home. WE HAVE BUYERS FOR OLD HOMES* WE HAVE BUYERS FOR FARMS WE HAVE BUYERS FOR COMMERCIAL BUILDINGS WE HAVE BUYERS FOR YOUR BUSINESS List Your Property With Pansier Realty Co. TO BUY. ..TO SELL. . .TO TRADE FARM LOANS-F.H.A. LOANS-G.I.LOANS-CONVENTIONAL LOANS Pansier &. Stepp, Insurance & Real Estate 915 Edit 9th St., Roch»«t»f, Ind. PHONES CA 3-2219 and CA 3-5416 LOGANSPORT PUBLIC LIBRARY WALTON LODGE NO. 423, F.&A.M. FAMILY NIGHT Carry In Supper followed by entertainment. Friday - May 24,1957 - 7:00 P.M. AT LEGION HOME AiLL MASTER MASONS AND FAMILIES WELCOME. BECAUSE OF RAIN Our Evergreens Surplus Stock Sale Will Be Continued Thru Next Sunday, May 26th Open Noon Until 6 P.M. Tuesday Thru Friday Open Sat. & Sun. 8 A.M. to 6 P.M. We're sorry that you made a trip in vain as it was impossible to wait on you because of the rain. AMERICAN LANDSCAPE CO., inc. East City Limits U. S. 24, Peru, Ind. Phone Gridley 3-4260 SWAN INCOMPATIBILITY GLENDALE, Calif. (UP'- Forest Lawn Memorial Park official! recently purchased two swans to replace a stolen matched pair. Tuesday they learned why the swans failed to take up housekeeping—they're both female. Card of Thanks To my host of dear friends, for flowers, prayers, cards, acts of kindness and loving care. —Mrs. Celia Miller. is first in quality because it has more features I "' £2 decorator colors {contour bevel ecfgoi easy to clean EVERYTHING NECESSARY FOR A COMPLETE JOB IT COSTS YOU O7C por iq. ft. and you can install it yourself. ONER'S lumber & Millwork >ner-Bui!t-Cabinetry •Hi PHONE 3138 900-22 NO ST. I FRIDAY & SATURDAY I AZLEV CASH MARKET A BAZIEY 1853 BRAND CHOICE Broadway SATISFACTION GUARANTEED COFFEE 690 CUT FROM ROUND NO BONE NO WASTE BAZLEY U. S. GRADED YOUNG TENDER BEEF SIRLOIN STEAK ROUND SWISS ROLLED-RIB ROAST T-BONE STEAK = QUALITY GROUND BEEF CHUCK-ROAST RIB-STEAKS TENDER BLADE CUTS CUT FROM YOUNG BEEF 33* 39* 55* YOU SAVE MONEY WHEN YOU B'JY BAZLEYS YOUNG TENDER BEEF STEWING HENS FRESH WHILE DRESSED THEY LAST 29* 4 Reasons they are better! Selected quality, completely shankless. Better trimmed. Ready to Eat. JUNEDA1E BRAND HAMS BUTT HALF 49c LB. SHANKLESS HAIF 39 CENTER S4.ICED HAM-89c POUND BAZIEY FRESH CLOVERLANE BUTTER WHY PAY MORE LB. 59* LEAN BOTON BUTT PORK ROAST 39 C Best Shoulder Ib. Loin or Rib Ib. For Roasting 45c Rib 55c sting 35c Lean Bonelesi Ib. WE BAKE HAMS TO ORDER

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