Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on June 29, 1957 · Page 15
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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 15

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Fourteen Logansport, Indiana, Pharos-Tribune Predict Drop In Country's Wheat Surplus Agriculture Department Says Supplies Will Shrink Eight Per Cent WASHINGTON (UP)-The nation's wheat surplus will decline this year and may shrink further who are attending Girls' State are Kay Clawsen and Ettola Armstrong. The summer kindergarten enrollment continues to ...hold firm with only three withdrawals from the original sixty pupils. At the Monroe street school, Mrs. Florence Doty is explaining the mysteries of forming the numeral "one", to twenty-nine earnest students; while at Hillcrest school, Mrs. Irene Mason is guiding twenty eight youngsters through their "Think and Do" books. Those engaged in the process of beginning their education at Mon- next year, the Agriculture Depart- roe street sch ° o1 are ' Susan Beck " roent said today I er ' Terrv Bradshaw, Sue Ann Bra- The department said total dv ' Katn V Buchanan, Billy Cole, wheat supplies for the marketing year beginning July 1 were estimated at 1.880,000,000 bushels, 8 per cent below supplies one year earlier. The decline results from a prospective 3 per cent drop in 1957 production compared with 1956 and record high exports of about 535 million bushels, the department said in a wheat situation report. The boom in exports for the year ending June 30 will result in the "first substantial reduction in the (wheat) carryover since 1952," the department said. If exports exceed 380 million bushels in the year beginning July 1, the carryover on July 1, 1958, will show another decline, the department predicted. Department economists said average wheat prices paid to farmers in the marketing year begin- 'JOE BUTTERFLY" NEXT AT STATE Susan Kay Cox, Billy Dubes, Karen Fox, Kevin Goyer, Brenda Halcomb, Mary Kay Hannell, Jack Harford, Roberta Lane, Kathleen |" Medley, Linda Merson, Carmen Miller, Susan Jane Nelson, Linda Pearson, Ellen Rhine, Eddie Robertson, Amy Robinson, Doug Ros- kuski, Beth Schnepp, Jeff Schnepp, Donald Smith, Susan Smith, Eddie Stankard, Carol Thompson, and Marilyn Hancock. Those at Hillcrest School are, Mike Blickenstaff, Stephen Borton, Tommy Allen Coghill, Jeffery Cook, David Cunningham, Be<:ky Darby, Bre"nda Kay Davis, Barry Emerson, Wayne Garrison, Linda Haydcn, Claudia Kay Larimore, Jimmy Liebert, Susan Lohrman, Terry Martin, Larry McKinley, Brenda Miller, Gary Moore, Jimmy Moore, Roxanna Ragan, Connie Riley, Barbara Robbins, Gary Audle Murphy and Kelko Shlmo in a scene from "Joe Butter/ly" starring Murpliy and George Nader. Opens Sunday at State theater. fling July 1 may average "_near" gales, Bobby Sales, Chuck'sines, Phillip Walker, Jean Whiteman, Marilyn Widner,. and Kathy Floyd. George Vaughan has entered Memorial hospital at Logansport. The Quosters Club, is holding a guest meeting at the R. E. M. C. auditorium this Wednesday night. A fine display of fine china will be a feature of the evening along with a talk by Mrs. Roy C. Moore, of the Moore Antique Shop on East Main Street. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Shepard are enjoying a trip to Lake, Geneva, WLs., and other points of interest in the northern states. Letters of Administration in the Arthur Cole estate have been i.s- sued to Russell Cole who qualified and gave bond of $5,500. Obear & Overholscr are attorneys for the administrator. State Trooper and Mrs. Dale Douglas of Delphi are the 'parents of a son, Kurt Duan, born at Memorial hospital on Thursday, June the national support level of $2 a bushel. The amount of moisture in southwestern wheat will determine how close the average price gets to the governme.il prop level, experts said. If the .moisture content is hiRh and the grain is threatened with spoilage, much of the 1057 crop may be sold soon Sfter harvest lattcad of movint; into storage for price support. This would tend to hold prices down, the department said. Delphi Mrs. Elizabeth Rice, 90, who fell recently and fractured her hip has been brought in the Eikcnbcrry ambulance to her home on route T, Flora from the Home hospital. George Edwards, arraigned in city court here Friday charged on two counts, was given a fine of $25 and costs for disorderly conduct and fined $100 and costs on charges of assault and battery. Total fines and cosls amounted to $178.50. He v/a.s given a GO-day sentence to the state farm. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Larimore and family have returned from) Homestead, Fla., U) their home In West. Delphi. Douglas McCain, Purdue .student ha.s accepted a position at Miller's drive-in at the "V" west of Delphi. He j.s a .son of Mr. and Mrs. Torn McCain of North Wilson street, Delphi. Miss M.iry Cochrane, local II. brarian, is Improving at Rochester, Minn. She l.i now able to U<> <o her menl/i .'it (he 7,umbro hotel according to word received here by Mrs. Hubert Kiober, a member of the library board. The eighth annual reunion of Ihc family of the late .lo.siah and Uftlle Oyler Roonc will lie held at the Flora Cominuntly park Sunday, June HO. A basket dinner will be'servi'd at 12:M p.m. Carl Flora Is president of the association and Mrs. Carl Flora i.s secretary. David Boone, IB, of 2121 Elk st. Lafayette, i.s tin 1 only living member <if [he immediate family. He is the father fo Larry Hoone of Delphi. Mrs. Vanfie Orumpaeker of Delphi i.s Another local member of the family. Mrs. Kd Schwendemann of Ili land was luncheon ^nc.st of Mi.ss Margaret Darragh Friday. Miss l)'irranh Is a teacher in the ICa.st Chicago hij,'h school, who Is spend inrj her .summer vacation here with her mother, Mrs. l/ouise Darra'!'n on South Indiana Street. Mr.s. |{. L. Sieber and her moth. <M- Mrs. Arthur lUtehey accompani fd tlie former's daughter. Miss Rue Ann Sielier lo liloornlnKlon Saturday where .she i.s aUemli Oirl.s' Slate. Others from Delphi 20. The lad weighed six pounds and HVS oz. Richard Haugh left. Friday for Florida to attend the International Association of People in Employment Security. He will spend a week there. Mrs. Cheester Sheets former Delphi resident, now of San Bernadino, Calif., was a delegate to the national, meeting of Christian Churchs at Lafayette and plans to visit relatives at Wolcotl and for- sang "Summertime", accompanied by Mrs. Richard Leiter. Jane Ann Jones gave two readings and Ann Guckien, accompanied at the piano by her mother, Mrs. Hayes Guckien sang a solo. Members of the refreshment committee were Mesdames Wises, Kims, Shiran, John McGil, James Thomson, William Ayres, Wilbert Kenrick, Ruben Myer, Basil Ayres and Fred Roskuski. The following persons won a- mer friends here while in Indiana.; wards: Mesdames Glen Eikenber- She will return to California in ry , James McLaugbJin, Wilbert Kenrick, Cecil Hendrix, M. R. Ad- September. Mr.s. J. C. Smith of West Front Street has returned to her home from Ft. Wayne where she spent several weeks with her daughter, Mrs. Ed Erb and family and spent some time in a hospital there. Mr. and Mrs. Erb accompanied her home and spent the week end here. Mrs. Smith is suffering from rheumatism and anemia. Flora Annual flower show of the Art and Garden club was held in the Flora Presbyterian church. Theme was '.'Rhapsody in Color". Mrs. Oscar Hohrabaugh, president, extended the welcome. Mesdames Faye Wise and Russell Kims were co-chairmen. Mrs. Wise recited an original poem entitled "The Flower Show Speaks". She introduced Mrs. Honeywell of pur- due University who explained judging of the snow, Mrs. John S. Oaks reported on the sale of articles made by the blind, Mrs, Hendrik Van Doom told about the Slate Garden Convention held at Ft. Wayne. A trio, composed of Mesdumes Ora Shiran, Rolla Brlrn, and Paul Holmes arris, Ora Shirar, John. Segrisl, John Oaks, Charles,Wray, Charles Thomson, A. V. Beck, Rufus Flora, James Thomson, Oscar Rohrabaugh, Hendrick Van Doom, Tom Bering, Ralph Rinehart, Reid Burns, Russell Kims, Daniel Cro- mcr and J. Floyd Wheeler. Mrs. Maude Colvin of Downers Grove, III., a former Flora resident, is making an indefinite visit with Flora friends and is staying in the home of Miss Addie Michael. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Oyler are moving from Wlnslow to Logansport, He will be varsity co'nch at Washington township, Cass county next year. He is tho son of Mr. and Mrs. Russell Oyler, west of Flora. Walter P. Prlng has arrived in the Philippines and will be stationed at Clark Field. He is the husband of former Joan Booth, daughter of Mrs. Ada Booth of near here. Rev. and Mrs. F. Kuyc Bass and family visited her parents,. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Dean at Decker, Ind,, June 23-25. Members of the family took part in the wedding of Mrs. Bass' sister, Carolyn, in For tlie Beit in Wiring CALL 3259 DALE L. ISAACS 231 W. Olluwti Roy L. Crume GENERAl AUCTIONEER • Farm Sales • Household Goods • Real Estate 1735 South Dixon Road Kokomo, Indiana PHONE COLLECT: Gl. 26619 Kokomo, Indiana PLEASE NOTICE BISHOP'S BARBER SHOP WILL BE CLOSED July 8th, thru July 17th for VACATION RAIN and roof repair go hand in hand Rain usually reminds you when your roof needs the expert'in- spection and repair service of Charley Lowe Roofing Co. Wet or dry, hot or cold, call for Charley Lowe Roofing Co.'s fast, expert repair. PHONE 3666 Jk/«t North On Road 17 he Decker Chapel Methodist -hurch Sunday afternoon, Kraft Foods Company was host o Junior Dairy.men of this country .'une 29 wuen .they visited the Craft' plant at Sheridan and saw jheese being made. They also vis- ted the American Breeders Ser/ice farm near Carmel and attend:d the Indiana-Kentucky All-St^r Basketball game in Indianapolis .n the evening. Judges C. \V. Ryan, Richard Leiter and Ora Shirar, all •jf here, were also guests. Christian Crusaders will meet at the Koro Methodist church at 3 p.m. Tuesday, July -2. A movie will be shown.. Mrs. Robert Dimkin is recuperating satisfactorily at St. Joseph Hospital, Kokomo, where on June 25 she underwent major surgery. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Nevin are the parents of a 9 Ib. U ounce son, Michael Jay, born at the Home Hospital, Lafayette, June 21. He was 24 inches long. Dick Reppcrt, son of Mr. and Mrs. Cleo Reppert near here, has sufficiently recuperated from a heart attack suffered in Formosa a few weeks ago, -to be returned to the-United States about July 11. Miss Edith Lesley, who nas been ill several weeks, and has recently been in the Goodwill Nursing Home in Camden, has been taken to the home of her sister, Mrs. Carleton Cory, near Logansport. She is reported lo be slowly improving. Card of Thanks We wish to extend our most heartfelt thanks to all who were so Rind to us during the illness and death of our husband and father. —Mrs. Ruth O'Connor, James, Gregory and Bernard. Auto Crash Kills Seven FARMINGTON, N.M. (UP) New Mexico police today blamed a tare blowout for a collision Friday night between a pickup truck and an automobile that killed seven persons, leaving no survivors. Two children were counted among the seven victims of the smash-up 10 miles east of Farmington on US 550 while there was still full light. State Police Sgt. Floyd 'Miles said it could not be determined who was driving the automobile but a witness said a front tire on the passenger vehicle blew out and caused it to swerve into the path of the oncoming truck. SS: COUNTY OP OASS ) NO. 1S137 IN THE CASH CIRCUIT COURT Al'UIb TIOUM, 1957 KOTICU OK AnflH.VIXTHATlOlV Notice IM hereby given Unit Tho Twelve Mile StJUe Rank, Twelvo Mile, Indiana wa», on 21st ilay of June. JB67, appointed Kxerutor of the EutiUo o£ William W. Hoovur, deceased. ^All norsonft liavinp claims a- Kalnwt mild fjntaLe, whuttior or not now iluo, miiHt die the name In Hairl court within nix (')> months fi-oirt the datu of the firnt pnblt- catlon of this notion or said claims will he forevitr Jjurrect. Dated at LoffanHpurt, Indiana, this 21st diiy of June. 1f)f,7. JOllxilholh Dinknr Cleric at tin! Circuit Court for CiiBW County,Indiana Iflllls &. IHIllH Attorney for Kptato Saturday Evening, June 29, 195T. JUST A SECOND HERE MINEOLA, N.Y. (UP)-'Mrs. Jeannetle Dempsey, in court Fri- iay to charge v her ' husband Charles with assault because he illegedly bopped her on bhe head lilh a bottle; told the judge )empsey should also get his facts •traight. Dempsey said he hit his vile because she spent an hour lugging and kissing his best Mend. Said Mrs. Dempsey: "It isn't so. It was more like 20 minutes. NO CARS GAINESVILLE, Fla.—Freshmen and sophomores at the University of Florida will no longer be permitted lo bring their cars to the campus. University President J. Wayne Reitz said the new rule will relieve a critical parking problem as well as "improve the scholastic atmosphere." Reserve District No. 7 "ROSS REID ROOFS'EM RIGHT" Estimates Free Phone 3388 Jim White Fire Insurance Ph. 2491 Septic Tanks N'orwalk Vault Co. Ph. 4514 Slala Bank No~ 2SS REPORT OF CONDITION OF The Farmers & Merchants Stale Bank of Logansport, In the stale of Indiana ut lh c close oC business on JUNE 6, 1957 Published in accordance with tlie call made by t.he Federal Reserv» Bank of this District pursuant lo the provisions of the Federal Reserve Act and a call made by the Department of Financial Institutions of the State of Indiana. ASSETS Cash, balances with other banks, including reserve balances, an'd cash items in process of collection $ 1,866,177.24 United States Government obligations, direct and guaranteed 3,911.959.35 Obligations of Stales and political subdivisions 7W,81C.43 Other bonds, notes, and debentures 232,810,00 Corporate stocks (including S15.000.0U stock of Federal Reserve Bank) • Loans and discounts (including $1,01)7.53 overdrafts) .. Bank premises owned $37,265,00 furniture and fixtures 15.000.0(1 3.739,837.47 (Bank premises owned are subject lo $ None liens not assumed by bank) Other assets 76,360.93 500.97 TOTAL ASSETS ................................... $10,007,456.44 LIABILITIES Demand deposits of individuals, partnerships, and corporations Time deposits of individuals, partnerships, and corpora- 4,213,242,33 tions 3,403,710.715 JAMES F. HARRINGTON, M.D. Announces the opening of his office, July 1st at 1001 E. Broadway HOURS: 10 to 11 A. M. 1:30 to 5 P.M.* PHONES: Offk. 3150 Horn. 13B4 Deposits of United States Government (including postal savings) ............................................... (i5,432.Gl Deposits of States and political subdivisions ............ I,!l«i,o2l.ll) Deposits of banks ........................................ 272,77(1.55 Other deposits (certified and officers' checks, i-tc.) ____ 15, 408. 27 TOTAL DKPOS1TS .................... i'J, 702,51)5.71 Other liabilities .......................................... 103,770.40 NOTICE Due to a change in management at our IMPLEMENT STORE on East Main St, (Stony Pike) our inventory of feed will be moved to the bulk plant location, 1 block west of the implement store, on July 1 st. The present line of feed will be available at new location. We respectfully ask your cooperation in this move. CASS CO. FARM BUREAU CO-OP ASSN. LOGANSPORT, INDIANA SPECIAL for SAT. and SUN. MER-DEL ICE CREAM WATERMELON SHERBET r.^,1 1 GAL. VANILLA ICE CREAM IC0 ° AN Z $1.29 EBERTS' DRUG STORE 1830 East Broadway 'Plion* 3854 PART TI.ME — FULL TIME Reliable Man or Woman To take over ClKurttilc KoiilK., First time offered In your city. KilrniiiKs up to $4(M.(K) mnnlhiy. (ipuru llnii'. Muni luivtt 8-11) hmn-H weekly In spurn. No xiillliiK or sollcllliiK. Have tliriiu rufenm<M!R and n car. HtiulmiNH Ht:t tip for you. Miixt IM; uble to !iiv«»l $2I!)S.(W, which In twcnruil by Invimlory. IMitiiHu do iml aiiHwc>r this umixmil nppm (unity unleHH fully qualified. )<"or pcrgmml Inturviuw In your ImiiKi, write llslliitf lihonis number uncl mlclrcxs, to: HANLIN MFG. CO. 2221 -K. Gregory Dint, KanmiH City, Mo. ST. JOHN COMMANDERY NO. 24 K. T. STATED CONCLAVE Monday evening- preceded by Carry - in - dinner. Please attend. George H. Tidrick, E. C. Westinghouse AUTOMATIC FRY PAN • Mew «|uani ttemmt (ollowu wiuwt nhupe of pun, given even hont tfrer entire cooking tiurfttca. • Ttiorm<smot«r-tyr>« thermoutut control* lutut from edge to edge, not jiutl la or<« spot m in orafowry fry ;>nn». • Open Hundln prevent* hurmxl fin- gen, permit* umy Mlnnc-ing when AIM. Cvpp.rten* Cov*r $3 MMJ CAM M SURE .» wrri West in-house JMJOJ Jih it. BR/GGS fifCTft/C CO. W.itlnghou;3 CompUl. Lin. " TOTAL LIABILITIES $ K,U!!IU5(U1 CAPITAL. ACCOUNTS Capital* J 200,0011.00 Surplus 300,000.00 Undivided profits 22i,UKi.:i;i TOTAL CAPITAL ACCOUNTS 721,100.113 TOTAL LIABILITIES AND CAPITAL ACCOUNTS ....$10,1107,456.44 'Includes jii'OcoiMls of S None of ileboiilmr.s sold l<i Hie Kfciiiislrueliun Finance Corporation, $ None (if ilubuntures sold lo local imvresls which (Icbenlmx's iiru subordinated u> t.h ( i riRli'.s of creditors and deposHors, mid 2(HIO shares of common stuck, par $100.00 j>i;r sharu. MHMOKANDA Assets pledued or assigned lo secure liabilities and [or other purposes (a! Included in Loans nntl Discounts iiru LOANS TO AKKIL1ATKD COMPANIES •(b) Included In Oilier liuiuls. Notes. Debenture.'* iinil Corporate Stocks are OIILKJATIONS OK AKFILIATKU COMPAN1KS (c) Klrsl lien trust lunds (a) Loans as shown ahuve are allu;- deduction of r«- serves of (b) Securities as shown above are lifter deduction of re- serven of J, M. J. Il.-iul), J'riMidi.'iil, of tlie iibovc-nanuxl liank, do solemnly swear Una Hie above statement, is Irue, and Hint it fully and correctly represents the Irue state of the several mailers herein contained and set fortli, to tlie bust of my knowledge and belie!. Correct—Attest: M. .1. ItAUB (ilJONN L. MILLKR , 1IKNUY C. WOI.K KHANK 11. COOK, Directors S late of Indiana, County of Cass, ,ss: Sworn to and miljscribed before me Mils U7lh day of June, l!B7, and 1 hereby cerlify that I am not an officer or director ot this bank. (SEAL) I'AUUNJS J.h'NON, Noinry Public My commission expiivs Jan. 1(1, 1'Jlitl 300.01)0.IV) Nona Non? 3ll,!)IKi.47 00,721.511 :t,:i u. ia SPECIAL PEPPERMINT STICK Schlosser's Ice Cream A Delicious Tasty Treat 30c Qua rt 59c % Gai 89c Pint PHOTO FINISHING Film brought in before JO a.m. week dayi — ready by 6 [). in. sama day. BURK'S Store Hour*: Sun., 8 a. m. to 12:30 noon—5 p.m. to 10:30 p. m.—Week Day»: 7:30 a. m. to 10:30 p. m. New Phone 5966 THIRTEENTH 8 BROADWAY Dial 4401 We TRY! We try to sell fuel so good. At prices so reasonable. With a service so dependable, and a spirit and courtesy so friendly that you will want to buy YOUR Coal and Oil from Us. ALDER COAL & OIL CO. 1403 Woodlawn Priori. 4422

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