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Eight Logansport. Indiana, Pharos-Tribune Wabash Senior Injured Critically in 75-Foot Fall Near Shades Park . CRAWFORDSVILLE (UP) — Robert M. Hurt, 21, Indianapolis, senior honor student at Wabash College, was described in critical condition today at Culver Hospital here from injuries sustained in a fall off a 75-foot cliff. Hurt was believed to have helpless on a sand bar at the foot of the cliff in Pine Hills north of Shades State Park for about 36 hours before he was found by a search party of his Phi Delta Theta fraternity brothers and college officials about midnight Wednesday. Hospital officials said he sustained a broken thigh bone, a fractured pelvis, a broken knee cap and a deep cut over his left eye. He was also suffering from shock due to exposure during heavy rainstorms, officials said. Hurt left for Pine Hills in his ear Tuesday after lunch at his fiaternity house. When he did not return Tuesday night, fraternity brothers thought he had gone to his home in Indianapolis. Later they learned he had not been home and notified college officials of his disappearance. Monticelio ' The Monticelio schools will again be in charge of the Summer Recreation program this year. . Plans are being formulated for swimming. Little League and Pony League baseball, and Arts 'and Crafts. • Mr. Don Taylor, new teacher, in the Monticelio schools starting in September, will supervise the Little League and Pony League and will be available at the city park on game nights. The approximate starting date for the baseball will be June 10. More detailed information will be available in a few days. .Swimming will follow much the same pattern as last year. Boys and girls who will be in the 4th, 5th and 6th grades this September will swim 'on Monday, Wednesday and Friday mornings from nine until eleven. Beginners will swim also on Tuesday . and Thursday mornings from nine until eleven. Only beginners, grades four on up, will be permitted to go for these Tuesday and Thursday morning periods. Boys and girls who will be in the 7th, 8th, or 9th grades will swim on Tuesday, Thursday, and Friday afternoons from one until three. The swimming program will run from 'June 17 through August 18. Hearing on eight petitions for reassessment of certain real estate in White county was held in the courthouse by Herbert Holmes of Peru, a field representative of the Stale Tax Board. .Eight applications had been filed, County -Assessor Ivan Elmore, stated, one from Liberty township, two from Monon, one from Prairie, one from Jackson and three from Union. All but one were allowed for reassessment. The Russell Hornback Construction Company of Monticelio last week was awarded a $109,596 contract to build a new bridge on state highway 53, three miles south of Renssclaer. Mr. Hornback states that construction on the project will get underway in three weeks. Oliver J. Gwin has resigned as principal of Chalmers high school to accept a similar position at DeMotte high school.for the 1957-58 school year. Gwin is a graduate of Indiana State Teachers College, Terre Haute, Indiana, with an A. B. and M. A. degrees. Four local men, Wynn B. Gilbert, Wilbur Voight, Dr., W. V. Morris and Newell Timmons, have formed a corporation known as "Office Building, Inc.", and will soon build a rental office building at 128 South Illinois street. The corporation purchased the Illinois street lot from the Assembly of God church. Early this week, the house was moved to new property on Condo street three blocks west of the new White County Memorial' hospital, which was recently purchased by the Assembly of God. The corporation gave the house to the church after purchasing the Illinois stieet site. William Saunders, administrator of the White County Memorial hospital said today that 31 patients plus thirteen new babies are taxing the facilities of the 26-bed hospital. Since last Saturday nigh't, eleven of the thirteen babies have been "new arrivals." The two earlier babies are in incubators. Since the maternity section consists of four double-bed rooms, three of the eleven new mothers are situated in the hallway of this section. In the medical-surgical section CROSSWORD PUZZLE ACROSS Sotted 1—Srptte 7—Cruwn 13—Roman fountain nymph 14—Kind of cheeso 15—Depend on IB—Intone • 18—Clerical degrc* (abbr.) 19—Eramot 20—Becomes rough, a« skin 21—Observe 22—Cyprinoicl fish . 23—Conjunction 24—Compass point 23—Box 2G—Listless 2!)—Fruit of oak ;)0—War pod 31—Parcel of land 32—Bay window 34—A parent (colloq.) 35—Employed 3S— Oceans 3»—Tip ' 4i—Pronoun 42—Uncouth person 43—Light-haired 44—Babylonian aun god 45—Prefix: not 4 C—Feeble 47—Brazilian estuary 48—Nullify CO—Vigor 52—Prepared for K :ln t eciplents of gifts ' DOWN 1—Run off the tracks 2—Things to be dons 3—Animal, skin W \— Lift with !ov«r 5—Chinese mile fi—"Every 7—Arrange In folds B—Bloc trifled particles 3—Danish land. division 10—Dlstrlpt Attorney (abbr.) 11—Make beloved 12—Up-to-dnte 17—Workman 20—Brutal 21—Spe.eks 23—Monsters 25—Spy upon 27—Swimmer 28—Exists 29—Indian mulberry 31— Colored :]2—Clnss of birds 33—Raised M—Heavenly body 3fi—Come Into view 37—Postpones 30—Worked at one's trade 40—A atato (abbr.) 4.'{—Lessen 44—Tlcveal 4fi—Obese ' 47—Wrltlnff implement •19—Rnllpted man (collon.) 61—Negative where there are eight two-bed:Mrs. Charles Cobin; secretary, of rooms plus two private single bed-'| Christian Social Relations, Mrs, rooms, two of the 20 patients in Oliver Erwin. this section are.in the hall. This is a record at the new hospital which opened April 16, 1956. Mir. Saunders adds: "I can't see any letup 'for at least another week." Dick Washburn, son of Mr. and Mrs. Lee Washburn, has returned home from the White County Me- Church Activities, Mrs. Richard Foltz; student work, Mrs. Marjorie Hathaway; youth work, Mrs. Virgil McClintic; children's work, Mrs. Virgil Hickman; sec; relary of Spiritual'Life, Mrs. LaMar Parrish; secretary of Literature and Publications, Mrs. Joel mortal hospital where he submit-; Cooper; secretary of Status of Wo- ted to minor surgery Tuesday.; merii Mrs . Maida Ross . sec retary morning. He is improving nicely, j ot Supply Work _ Mrs Ralpn Work Dick is employed at'the Ft Ben- and Mrs. Dorothy Straley; Pro- jamin Harrison Finance Center at Indianapolis. Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Miller are at Rochester, Minn:, where Mrs. Miller has been going through the clinic and will submit to surgery Friday. They expect to be able to return home 'about June 1st. Mr. Miller, who accompanied his wife there and will remain until she is able to return, home, is staying at tho Hotel Zumbro, The 1957-58 officers to serve tho Woman's Society of Christian Service of the Monticelio Methodist church, will be installed at the morning worship service Sunday, May 26. The following' will be inducted into office: President, Mrs. Albert Wood; vice president, Mrs. Charles Fulton; secretary, Mrs. James Batcheldor; assistant secretary,' Mrs. Mildred Olscn; treasurer, Miss Ruth Kepp; promotion secretary, Mrs. John Spoor; secretary of Missionary Education and Service, Notice Eagles Ritualistic services for'our I lulc brother, Paul Donahue | at McCloKkcy-IIamlltnn funeral home Friday, May 24, | 7:15 p.m. —TOM COWELL, W. P. 69 Yews Experience Come In And See Our large STOCK OF MONUMENTS OPEN SUNDAY AFTERNOONS BILLMAN MONUMENT CO. ACROSS FROM MT. HOPE MAIN ENTRANCE 1137 Pleasant Hill Phone 2394 Walton Post, No. 418 American Legion DANCE Saturday, May 25 Music by Deb Tinkle 9-12 p.m. NORTH DRUGS WILL BE -CLOSED- MAY 27th thru JUNE 2nd NORTH DRUGS C. J. SHtNABARGER, R. Ph. 723 North Third ject Chairmen, Mrs. B. B. Shaw, Mrs. Kenneth Cochran, Mrs. Uhl Timmons, Mrs. Leslie Zootman. Mrs. Raleigh Heath, who recently was a patient in White County Memorial hospital, returned home with her sister, Mrs. W. S. Jackson, Fort Wayne, route 15, for an indefinite stay. The American Legion Home in East Monticelio recently had a break-in when some damage was Winamac Mrs : William Owen and, Mrs. Rod Lowery are spending today in Chicago. They will attend the breakfast club. Mr. and Mrs. Everett Roller held open house Wednesday evening after commencement. In honor of their daughter, Marjorie's, graduation. A daughter was bortt to Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Eudy, Tuesday, May 21, at St. Joseph hospital, Logansport. Mrs. Eudy is the former Miss Patti Lebo. They have named her Kim Denise. A daughter was born to Mr. and Mrs. James Hoffman, Wednesday, May 22 at St. Joseph hospital, Logansport. Mrs. Hoffman is the former Miss Patti Degner. John Davis, son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert, Davis, had his tonsils removed,' Thursday, at Starke Memorial hospital, Knox. Guests of Tom and Romaine Knarr, in the home of their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Knarr, Wednesday evening, in honor of their graduation, were Mr. and Mrs. John, Knarr and Stuart Binkly of Star City, Mrs. Marie 'Umbarger of .Royal Center, Richard Dowty of Rennselaer, Judy Perry, Chicago, and Richard Knarr, Oaklawn, 111. Marcia Harris was honored guest Wednesday evening, after Commencement, when her mother; Mrs. Sarah, Harris held open house. Out of town guests were Mrs.. Sam Buttinsky, Detroit, Mich., Mrs. Rebecca Goldberg, Houston, Texas, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Franklin, Pittsburgh, Penn., Sam Teild- baum, Plymouth, Mr. and Mrs. Charles' Wilson, Pittsburgh, Penn., Julius Pura and daughters, Mabel and Beth Culver, Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Bernick, Hammond. SP3 Richard Knarr, son of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Knarr, of Wina- rnac, will receive his discharge from the-U. S. ,Army on Monday, May 27. He has served a- three year enlistment.' He returned to the United States February first after two years in Korea and has Friday Evening, May 24, 1957. been stationed at Oaklawn, 11I.,| since then. He expects to be employed in Chicago. 111. Mrs. Walter Dommer arrived here Thursday. She was called; here because of the death of lier^ father, Daniel Galbreath. I Myers Greenhouse. Dial 3996 EMBARRASSING MOMENTS HOLLYWOOD (UP)—Mrs. Minnie Schwartz escaped with nothing more than ruffled dignity Thursday in a "bicycle" accident. Sh« had' to be freed by firemen after her thigti became, wedged between the seat and the handle of a bicycle reducing machine in a slenderizing salon. NOTICE Shop Closed far Vacation May 25 to June 3 LUCY POWLEN'S BEAUTY SHOP Dykcman Park Road done to the doors forced open and the cigaret machine and juke box broken open and robbed. Commander Kenneth Heimlich reported $4.75 was missing from the cigaret machine but the other loss in undetermined. Deputy Sheriff Earl Walters who investigated, said the culprits pried open the locks of a door in the basement, then broke open and damaged the door into the barroom to gain entrance. Births: To Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Bridge, Burnettsville, a son. Dismissals; Mrs. John E. Conn, route 1, Monon; Miss Judy Sollars, R. 4, Monticelio; Gary Allen, Reynolds; Mrs. Mary Maple, Buffalo; Mrs. Arnold Hall and daughter, Monon, and Mrs. George Evans and daughter, R. 6, Monticelio. At least 42 different minerals have been found in an area five square miles at Magnet Cove, Ark. LANDSCAPING ESTIMATES GLADLY GIVEN For The Finest In Nursery Stock CALL AMERICAN LANDSCAPE CO., INC. East City Limits Peru. Phone ENT. 4260 DONT FORGET TO REGISTER AT COMBS Your Friendly Shoe Store for this R.C.A. VICTOR COLOR TELEVISION SET to be given away June 1st by COMBS SHOE STORE in cooperation with Your R.C.A. Victor Dealer 31 5 Fourth St. NO OBLIGATIONS) NOTHING TO BUY Just Stop In And Register WEEKEND SPECIALS OCOMA FROZEN STRAWBERRY PIE family size, ea 69c HAM SALAD STEAKETTES BOLOGNA GROUND BEEF ECKRICH WIENERS POTATO SALAD KOOL AID 49clb. 59clb. 33c Ib. 39c Ib. 49c Ib. 39clb. 6 or 25c CHOICE T-BONES; SIRLOIN, ROUND AND ROAST MER-DEL'S ICE CREAM THIS WEEK'S SPECIALS BUTTERSCOTCH TWIRL BUTTER PECAN KRIS? QUALITY Vl GALLON QUALITY % GALLON 89c 89c FUDGE RIPPLE Always Popular—Now packaged In RrutabF* Plaitic. American Exprets Money Orders At All Times * SMITH'S MARKET 17th and George St. Phone 3378 Open Until 10 p: m.—Sundays and Weekdays Koof-Vent Awning SALES I SERVICE GLEN REID'S ASA 511 Eri. Phon. 3650 IT'S TIME TO REGISTER FOP. THE SUMMER TERM School it In i»tiion aH wrnmtr Day and tvtntng clasi*>, Call in person, writ*, or phone. Our college office Is open daily From 8 to 4 and on Saturday Tiofnings until noon. Veteran approved. Indiana Business Colleg* Barnes Offic* Bid?. Logansport Sadi* K. Creery, Mgr. PUBLIC AUCTION We will sell at the Sidney Pike Roller Rink Auction Room. East Main St., Logansport, Indiana, on SATURDAY, MAY 25, at 12:30 p.m. D. S. T., the following items: 2 good oil heaters, extra good, 1 Quaker, 1 Kcnmore; 1 Victrola; antique chairs; 1 extra good Monarch bicycle; 1 slip scoop; lawn mower; 4 rolls barbed wire; electric motor; davenport; 1 very good rug; tires and wheels; doors and window screens; lamp fixtures; coffee table; upholstered chairs; rocking chairs; bed; bed springs; bedding; hall tree; radios; bird house; trunks; sewing machine; several feet of garden hose; antique washer; grips; some new merchandise; 1 lot scissor type new jacks; and lots of other articles not mentioned. This is a consignment sale. Bring your saleable property to sell. Open every day from 6 a.m. to 6 p.m. Terms Cash—Not responsible for accidents. WALDRON AUCTION Dial 40430 Now Available for Sale Without Prescription! NEW APPETITE CONTROL TABLET FOR EASIER, FASTER REDUCING Clinically tested and used by doctors with rerrrarkable results on many patients in treatment of obesity. Works automatically to depress appetite. Lose weight you want lo take off—safely, rapidly, more comfortably. Get positive results or money refunded. 20-DAY SUPPLY Spring Style Show ARMSTRONG'S QUAKER RUGS 9x12-r"t. Size %SgSSX8$ MONEY "<••—-— BACK GUARANTEE Busjahn's Drug Store 308 Fourth Phone 3774 TOPS IN VALUE AND SMART STYLING From wall to wall without a seam Be an early bird this spring—select your Quaker Now while our selection of new styles is large and complete. They're far ahead in style, quality, and value. Armstrong's new K-99 finish gives you 40% more wear and easier cleaning. FEATURED ON RADIO AND '13.80 12x12 $18.40 12xl5-Ft. Six* $23.00 TELEVISION! 315 Fourth St. Dial 2762 says the next 8 Days only We are out to sell our complete stock of Brand-Spanking-New 1957 Models of Buicks Chevrolets Stop Shoppin * — We 're Loaded No Wild Claims — This is Our A m WE WILL GIVE YOU TRADE-IN Allowances On Your Car-Hundreds of$$$$ Excess of Actual Value: TAKE YOUR PICK FROM THIS COMPLETE SELECTION NOW AT GIGANTIC SAVINGS! In BUICKS SPECIALS CENTURY'S SUPERS ROADMASTERS New CHEVROLETS ISO's 210's BE1.-AIRS 2nd and Broadway Wildwmuth-Sharp. 4 Imployees Phon* 4135 Hurry in-This special trade in event ends Saturday Night, June 1st. 'SPORT PUBLIC

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