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Wednesday Evening, May J9, I9ST COM.MISSIOXBns AND ClnCl'IT COUnT CLAIMS JUMB TERM, l»5r The following claims have been filed in this office and will bo presented by the Board of Commissioners of Caaa County at their xesular session, Monday, June 3, 1957. for payment. Also Included «.re those certified for payment by the Judge of the Casa Circuit Court. George "W. Cltne, Clerk's deputy salary 260.00 Thelma P. Leonard, same . 235:00 Hele'n Terry, same 225.00 Xazel Brldenbaugh, same . 21.00 Bpuiah B. Hall, Auditor's deputy salary 260.00 Elizabeth C. Means, same .. 235.00 Sharon S. Frushour. same . 215.00 Agnes E. Dahill, Treasurer's deputy salary 260.00 Jean Ann Skinner, same ... 235.00 Wilda. Rose Sutton, same .. 220.00 Martha J. Lybrook, Treasurer's Clerk salary 200.00 Bernlce V. Settlemyro, same 126.00 Clarence R. Settlemyre, Treasurer's 6% pers. del..2869.89 Stewart Gordon, Recorder's 25% fee 212.72 Helen Randolph, Recorder's Deputy salary 260.00 Ellen Ramme], same 235.00 Grace Jane Bookwalter, Recorder's extra help wage 84.00 Edward i,. Kiner, Sheriffs I deputy salary 300.00 Lionel I. Davis, same 300.00 Susan C. Turnpaug-h, Sheriff's off. dop. sal 225.00 j"Wm. McCune, Sheriff's emerg. dep. wage ;. 5.00 Dwight A. Powlon, same.. 15.00 .Elmer Chambers, rfamo .... 5.00 Carl H. Moss, Surveyor's deputy salary .200.00 John P. Crispon, samo . . . 235.00 C. A. Ballard, M. D., County Health off. salary ..'. '83.65 Chalmer Condon, Supt, Schools Salary 541.GC Margaret Harmon, Supt. Schools Clerk Sal 2(10.00 Floyd Stafford Co. Alt. Off. Salary .;. ....:. 380.00 Marlon A. Ollbertson. City Alt. Olf. Salary 316.OC Cor- . . B. Stewart, M. D., oner SfLlary .......... ,. 125.00 Merle Pissol, County Asuos- sor dep. sai ........... -. . Kirk Wells. County Assessor ext. help waKO . Clarence Brlffgs, same Helen L. Mows, Deputy As- HCHSOD Adams Twn ...... "Walter J. Rummel, Deputy Assessor Bethlehem Twp. 300.00 Ray Sklllun, Deputy Assessor Boone Twp .......... 116.00 Helen K. Prushour, Deputy Clay Twp 280.00 90.00 10.00 300.00 300.00 "VirKll Beck, Deputy AHHOH- sor Deer Crook Two ..... 800.00 Glynri Burroutrh, Deputy Assessor Harrison Twp. .. 800.00 Edna Brookle, Deputy A»- > sensor Jefferson Twp ..... 300.00 Dorothy Grant, Deputy Assessor Tlpton Twp ..... 500.00 Mary 15. McNulty, Deputy Assessor Washington Twp. 400,00 AKIIOB Chase, Eel Twp. As- - scssor Salary ............ 2E8.33 •Earl Oanfclofr, Hoi Twp. dop. assess, salary ........... ZbO.OO Charlone Haley, Bel Twp. dep. assessor watfo ...... 254.00 2Cva Baird, same .......... H.OO Mildred Llewellyn, same .. 200.00 Anna Ulnfcle, same ........ 240,00 Zida Hetanor, samo ....... 1C. 00 Orover Hotznor. samo ..... 4K.OO Kdlth Barnett, name ..... 2B2.00 Claronco BrlKB", samo ..... SI. 00 Hen Hahn, same ........ 45.00 James Chase, sume ........ 2B.OO Don Harroll. same ....... 200.00 Coorwo Babcrjck, Prosecutor Salary ................. 11.06 Frank E. Tolbert, Prosocu- tor Deputy salary ....... ISO, 00 Juanlta Smith, Proxocutor clerical salary .......... 83.31! Euifonu Smith, Court Houso CustoUlan salary . .' ...... 200.01) Krolda Smith, same ...... 170.00 Kvelyn Carson, Countv Jail • 100.00 100,00 100.00 Matron salary . _ . Blanche 1'arklnn, County Jill] turnkey salary Carl S. Ba'Hhoro, name Wendell N. Frny, County Hume Hupt. Salary ... 107.CO Gdinva Frey, County Homo Matron Salary . 187.CO C. A. Ilallard, M. D., County Home Physician Hnlary . 60.00 Iimliollo Hush, County Homo cook salary Wilbur 1'aynu, County Homo nurse salary 85,00 Jamus K. Cox, County Homo oxt. help wage i"'"? Huliir, V. I'orry, same 20.00 llerliort F. Bmall, Co. At- torncy Salary 100.00 Mono! Ulllmnn, County Council Hal. & p«r diem . Zli.Ot nun O. Callumlor, same ... 25.01) Alva M. Conrad, nanm ... (Jooi-tfe Uulionthal, name Jtoneuo -'-. J-IawklliH, Hamo . UuorKV V. Tlanta, HIIHIU 26.01 'i-Iiu-ry A. Vlank, munu Charles JJennett, Wo. and Mnumirun Salary ... 200.00 Hliiharu 1 W. Ouhl, Auditor's 604.211 101.-IS 104.0- HendrlokB I'rlntlnK Co., Auditor's prtK., bind., iiuup., furn •Pitney Bovvos, inc., TruaH- uror'H rent, fluulp lioiulrlckn I'rtK-., TruiLHUr- or'H office oxiioriHo Btowart Gordon, Hocordor s JlmiaVlckB VYlK.'' Co., lio- cordor'H off. roi:ords ... Thu Fredorlc Lutlior Co., "<>• cordor'H mlcr-ofllinlriK. . • • O. K. Oarson, Bhurlrf'H postage O. H. (..'arson, Hhorlff'H Irann- portaitlfjn oxu O. K. Car»on, Sheriff H H'»r- vlriK prociVH'K • • O. It. CarHnn, .Sheriff" muals for nrlHonnrH H'lsbur 1 !! Funoral Iloino, Hhiirlff'H tranwp. of Inminw O. It. Carwon, HH.JTKI M. H. Stewart, Mi D., Hlinl'- Iff'H medical Illi-liui'dncm C.'IclinliiK. Hlinr- Iff'ji unlCorrnn ....... IlnmlnKli'in Kami, Hhorlff'n typewriter CharloH D. Murphy, Hurvoy- or'n poHtatfo ClutrlOH D. Murphy, Surveyor's mllontfe Curl It. MOHH, Kami) ........ l^lncoln Reproduction, Surveyor's foliiolirlntlriK llov Herd, Survoyor's onon ditch rfipah- Max Uruimr, mime Indiana Louie Joint Concrete Co., Hurvovor'H tllu repair J)wlKhl Notr, sam«i Kdwnrd M. llall, miniu ...... Hamunl M, Hoovur, sain a,oKanni>ort Metal Culvert Co., same JiunOH U. I'lDnnKor, namu ,, C'lialmor Condon, Hupt. Schools I'OMtnico - Chfilmiir Comlon, Hupt. Sohcnlfl mllimifu "•"' l Kluyil Hlafford, Hupt. HulioolM Mitmnriul HoVpYtai," boron»)!•'« AlllOp.HV «"•" J. Htuwarl llufiliiiimn, Co. AiimiHHOr mlloaKO •• lInndrlckH Vrlnllnic Co., IBul Twp, Assessor office HUP- O«urK« lla'b'oo'oU,' 'rroiuimiior Telephone • < • JjOKiniHport IjlKl't & wnl- «r Dept., Court llous« (ilnn. & wator Vimli Ilrothti's Mine. Horvlcn ('ourt HouHU rein", oiiulp. Ullznii Prortuols (M., Court lloumi lunttioholil Nolllo flordon, Court Iloiisa I aim dry V«nl-A-ftay Corp., Court hounohold nz.oi ion. (ii 20.2 21.01 12.4 2-1.0 7.0' m.r. OB.O 23.7 4,11 3.1 in, 141.!l Hl'IIMC ... ' Cuunty Jail «1ea..iind wat- or Murtliarn Ind. 1'ulillu Hor- vlcn. County Jatl H'an .. fllinrwin Wlllfunin Co., County Jail rur.r. lililn Jlulpli IMvld. Inc.. County Jail rupr. bldK.i hoiiHiiholiI 103.8 llnndrlchs PrlntliiK Co., Co, unly Jail oftlao ituppllon Btar Laundry, County .lull laum'ry Hnncn J'roduotn Co., County Jail hoUHisholil Courier IfixproHH, Inc., County Homo (rolKht J.OKftHHlKirt Llffht DOpt., ('ounty Homo oleo Qfl.f! David's Ilardwiu-ii,, County Homo rnpr. lilrtK" l.» T^OKansport INilnl Stoi-n, immo 10.11 JlnrrlH Machine Shop, County Homo ropr. miulp. ... 21.3 •Wnmloll N. Froy. Hamo .... 1,E flmnll's nnKory .County Home biiknry prod 35.1 Tansuy'n, County Homo milk 1.15.0 llollol and Farror, County Homo food sttpp 12fl.fi Mi'r-Dol'H Quality, Inc., County Homo rout & moat procemilnt,- >8.0 Tnmn. Stn.t<i of Indiana, County Horn* food mipp. . J.O [ehaffle's Service, County Home gasoline . R. Wilhelm Co., County Homo garage supp. .... utomotlve Service Inc., . tamo ucker Oil Co., County Home tractor supp. ackson-KItchel, same 10.50 3.95 107.3S 11.42 4.02 25.90 48.48 107.01 0.07 81.SO Lucille Rafferty, Welfara traveling ..... ......... 30.00 Frances Plnney, samo ..... 30.00 Kroeger Funeral Home, Wel- 175.00 200.00 4.85 45.00 onsen Implement Co., same r agner .&, Surendorf, Inc.. County Home household . and B Store, County Home clothing & household .. . ndlana State Industries, and mattresses [ammond Drug, County Home medical Irnest Remlnger, County Home seed osansport Elevator Co., County Home feed and fixed equip 215.13 ogan Hatchery, same ... 22.70 >r. S. F. Gaynor, County Home livestock 83.65 r. Leo Cahalan, same .. 8.00 olbert E. Smith, Commissioners mileage • 22.20 alveston Leader, Legal Advertising 7C.B2 gansport Press, same .. 112.50 haros-Trlbune, same 152.03 '. W. Rudd, T. B. Testing Cattle 16D.50 . A. Ranstoad, samo ...... 343.80 r. C. C. Stanforth, aame .. 24.30 ogirtisport Metal Culvert Co., Weights and Meas- uros Expense 3.50 '-. Si L. li. Gurley, same . 21.41 anflold Motors, samo 68.09 harles 1£. Bennett, samo . 0.50 jogansport L.lght & Wator Dept., Orphans Homo expense 60.25 . D. Pierce Agency, Insurance Incl. comp 34.42 lurphy - Kitehell Agency,, Official Bond 5.00 Ity of Logansport, Soldiers markers 72.00 IcCloHkoy-Hamllton, Soldiers burial 200.00 irooKor. Funoral Home, same 126,00 [arrlson Funoral Homo, same 100.00 [arlon Pullon, Fox Bounty 11.00 Cohort Paschon, same ... 3.00 tto Hllbort, same 3.00 tarry Ulorlck, samo 2-1.00 lotus SpItznoKlc, samo .. fl.OO Jlon Hanna, same 3.00 •orest JSlllott, samo 2-1.00 larl Fowlor, same 18.00 'aul Rlmoler, samo ....... 11.00 ack Harrison, sama 3.00 r orost Babor, samo 3.00 J. Sprinkle, samo 3.00 fare buria! O.A.A McCloskey - Hamilton Funeral Home, same ........ Busjahn's Drug. Store, Welfare aid dep. children ... Virginia Alundy, same 2ass Co. Orphans Homo, Welfare 'Aid 13ep. Child— inst .................... .ndlana Univ. Medical Center, Welfare hospital commitment ............... 4885.74 Elmer C. Shuman, Highway .Supt.. Salary Daniel M. Hopkinn, Highway Ass't Supt. Salary Cleo A. Toualey, Highway Cle'rk Salary Earl B. Anders, Highway driver &. mach. wayo ... Robert Bockley, same . . . kelson Berkshire, same . Woodrow Bowman, na,mo Alvis Crowe, samo ... ro.Heph DuBoIs, same .... Otto Hardt, wame Sugene W. Helvle, Hamo . Donald C. Lake, same ... Clarence Lowe, same .. i.lva Crowe, sarno 2d[rar Rcmley, same .— Roy Sklles, same -larry Smith, name Jurlon • Wallace, Hame .. . Fohn ' J. Barrett, Highway Township Supervisor "SVaye 214.20 George H. Burkhart, samo . 210.80- Carl Galloway, namo 281.40 Virgil Cramer, same 210.80 Albert Dumm, name 208.80 William J. Fanoler, same . 2-12.20 Osa Goarhart, same 260.0.0 Mori H. Homburff, same . . . 210.00 Raymond Nethercutt, samo 245.00 jester M. Snldor, samo ... 202.60 Oscar Loo Snlrler, .samo . . 252.00 Stephen Lytle, Highway Sln- tflo Hand 'wage 130.00 William Metn, same 2-11.25 Russell NothorctiU. samo .. 241.25 3ort NlcodemuH, samo .... 187.50 — [>os>L- -1.98 ack Klstlor, samo 3.00 -Connoth Deltrlch, same ... 3.00 harlos Becker, same 3.00 Louis R. Zuck, mime H.OO \lcona Sailors, samo 3.00 ack Vornon, same 3.00 lonry County Hosp., Caro Inmates state lust. ... 7.00 reno Byron Hosp,, T. 8. Eradication 1675.00 Vatts Broth OTH, Historical Soc. Donation 4.00 LoKansport Paint & Wail. Co., Hamo 1.05 ''lorenco DaffKy, samo ;,.., 5.00 Jurovol Agency, same 3.20 talph David, Inc., samo . 2.40 Ivulyn Swlnohart, samo ... 100.00 olm M. Muhafflo &. Son, same 105.00 lundrlcks 1-TIn.tlng Co., samo 18,40 Jdwln J5. Taylor, Tax He- fund 62.20 ay M. KlnK. M. D., Ex.p. of Commitment 6.20 larlan Hochhaltor, M. D., samo 14.20 tlchard L. (Jlendcnin^c. same 11.20 lonald K. Winter, M. D., same 3.00 'aul H. Wilson, M. D., same :i.20 1. U. Htewnrt, M. D., samo 6.20 J. L. Hoddo, M. D.. same.. y.40 ^harloH L. vlnoy, M. D., «am« 3.00 t. J. .VTorrlcal, M. D., same 3.20 '. C. Ulolman, 'M. D,, same 3.00 olm C. Davln., M. D., samo «.20 O. It. Carson, Koturn of Fu- KlllviiH 82.80 lil, Hakestraw, Spoclal' JudKe MlluiLifo & Por Dlorn 22.30 Vllllam H, Smith, samo ... 06.00 tusHoll Gordon, samu ...... 22.20 \lnorlcan Law Book Co., Law JJimltH—Circuit Court BO.OO lobbs-Moi-rlll Co., Inc., same 00.00 Vost I'ubllshlriif Co., samo 05.5(1 Jon Armstrong. -Probation Officer Mlloairo 19.12 1'rviornan Coppock. WltnoHH toon ! 1.7C Jolbcrt Lebo, samo 7.7C 'ainoii rjruce, satno p.fit ijlmur Loa/nnby, Kamo l.Liri SlUiUiutli Ulnkor, Clerk's fouH adm. & -dlHChai-KOS . 40.00 DwlKhl A. I'owlnn, Hldur— return of fuKltlvoH 10.00 Cllxabotli Jllcikor, I'towtstra- tlon Officer Por IJInm . . . 84.90 l-tulh 11. ICIoHllntr, HoKls- tratlon doput-y saln.rv ... 175.00 Voffii. II.-Hmlth, Wuirani IJI- rocvLor Salary 320.00 Luclllo Kaffnrty, 'Welfare Visitor Salary 270.00 .'raruieii Flnnoy, samo 205.00 Hilda Kalb, Wulfaro clerical salary , 200.00 FnuicoH Hall, samo 240.0 Voffa U. Hmlth, Welfare postage 42,7 186.00 333.33 308.33 . 278.60 2H5.40 300.00 207.40' 180.20 Samuel Damm Celebrates 98th Birthday Thursday Memorial day, May 30, will mark the ninety-eighth birthday of Samuel M. Damm, 436 Tanguy street, retired carpenter contractor, who served as foreman in the con- stryUction of Logansport's Masonic Temple more than 60 years ago and who built innumerable homes in Logansport over a period of almost- 70 years. Although he was born in Miami county, just two rods from Adams township, Cass county, : he has spent most of his life in Cass county, his parents having moved to 257 co Adams township when he was- four 27o!2o years of age. The clapboard roof on the .log - 270.20 72.80 281.40 247.80 cabin in which he was born leaked so 'badly when It rained that his mother had to hold a dishpan over his head,. he recalls, His father, Adam Damm, a farmer, was only 48 years of 'age when he died o'f pneumonia. He,apparently inherited his longevity from his mother, Louisa Damm, who was 90 when she died. Mr. Damm lived in Adams 49.30 48.18 101.48 57.08 31.00 17.70 42.64 114.80 C. A. Tousley, Highway Postage ognnsport Light & Water Dopt., Highway clcc. and wator South Side Equipment Co., Inc., Highway ropr. trucks &mach iDgansport Motal Culvert Co., samo rogansport Auto Parts Co., samo Ben Pennlngton, same .... •lopG-Luxom Co., Inc., Hamo •I. J. Schrndor Co., same.. Jackson-'Kltchol, samo Stockborgor Machinery Inc., samo 14.07 Tho Hoppc Co., Hame 16.7J Dooi-y Equipment Co., l*tc., same Excel Auto Parts, Hiimo . Tucker OH Compar-.y, Highway oil J. A. Dolaney, Highway oil and small tools Standard Oil Co., Highway oil .'. Motor Fuel Tax Division, Highway dlOHcl Cuul tax , Cttlos Sorvlco Oil Co., Highway dlosol Cuel Tiro Sorvlco Company, High ivay tlreH and tuln:s .... Dwlght Noff, Highway Rental of Equipment Franco Stona Co., Highway Stone 784.20 Clarence Qoodlur, Highway CJ riL vol 11500.00 Smith Construction Co., Highway Bituminous MnUrlal. 1.000.08 Logausport Metal Culvert. Co., Highway culvin-tH, tile, & HeWui: pip" 2396.81 Morton Salt Co., Highway sail U52.Cli Tlio Mlzan l'!-odui:'.s Co., Highway calcium chlnrlilo 1277.80 Mldwust FIl-o it Safety Hqulp. Co., JIlK'hwii,y niad jylgnu R. D. Pierce Agon.-y, Inc., Highway InHin-anci! BuiLuliou Agency, same .. Marlon Hopkins, Hiinm ... )fllmor C. Shuman, samo ... O. Ii. Pickering, same ... Logansport Motal Culvnrt Co., Highway rupalr lirld- K« '' 176.87 17.92 57.20 31.110 27.40 22.20 214.35 49,78 80,00 80,48 100.02 fi.OO 2.00 2.00 6,00 . .3203.74 to Loganspovt. -Although he never served any apprenticeship-, he already had become a skilled carpenter and during the preceding year had built the Corir.th church between Twelve Mile and Hoover, of which he was a charter member. He also built many barns in Beth-' lehem township. Before he went into the contracting business for worked eight years himself he as foreman for Allen Jxjwis. It was during that period that the Masonic Temple was built. Work was begun in the fall of 1895 and • was not completed until 10% because it took the stone cutters all winter to cut the stone used- in the building,' he recalls. He remembers that he wrote 'his name on one of the boards he used in 'making the two- er of the Temple. He built one other church in addition to the Corinth church. medicine and obstetrics. Dr. Myers was born, reared and educated in Chili. His parents are Mr., and Mrs. C., Harley Myers, Chili. He.obtained his medical de- [ree -from the Indiana University ichoof of -Medicine and interned at City Hospital, Indianapolis. He also served on the staff at Belle- lew Hospital, New York City, and at the College of Physicians and Surgeons, Columbia University for one year where he took post-graduate work. He served his residency at the. V/estchester County Hospital, New York, and spent four years in the Army Medical Corps during World War IL Dr. Myers practiced for eight ears at the American Ho'spital in Paris and left that assignment to return to Chili, SAMUEL M. DAMM he was building' the home at- 436 Tanguy street ;n which he has resided ever since. He is particularly proud of the Mr. uan m i yea iu mum» will(iinson home at 25th and 'Broad- township.until 1691, when he moved' "- . That was the Church of the Brethren at Seventeenth and Market, which he attends. way which he built in 1913 for John Gipe. The last home he built before his retirement in 1940 was the, Dr. John Bradfield residence on High street road. He has spent most of Ms time in a wheel- chair during the year,. because rheumatism made his legs too weak to do much walking, although he still can walk a Untie with the aid of two canes. His hearing also has been fail- Ing during the past year, and he doesn't read much because it hurts his eyes. "But I still read the paper," he said. "I've taken the Pharos-Tribune ever since it started." He isn't planning any celebration for his birthday, but he ex pects his children, his grandchild ren and his grcat-grandcliildren will be there for the occasion. His five children are Mrs. Cora Iryin, Kokomb, rural route; Mrs. Mary Beck, Young America; Mrs. Ethel Mlnnick, Logansport; Mrs. Edna McG-innis, Cincinnati, 0.; and Sam- He constructed several-business|uol Truman Damm of Alexandria, buildings and additions to others,! His first wife, the former Rhoda but most of. his buildings . were Smith,'- died in 1934. His present . . homos. When he first moved to Logansport he lived on West Market street just four months while wife is the former Leota Bair' Strong, to whom he was married in 1930, 3, nichard W. flohl, Auditor of Cass County, Indiana, do hereby certify that tlin aliovu In a It-no and comiiloto list oC iMnlnin tllotl, to ho prosonlud to !.hn Hnf|.rd oi. Commlwiloniirs of Cairn County, 'Indiana, at thulr rogul:;.r mooting, Monday, .lunu :l, I!ir,7. Also Incl.id- oil are those unrtirifil by the Judge of tlio C'IIHH Circuit Court for pnymont. RICHARD w. r;oii:r. Auditor Cans County, Indiana SUICIDE LIKE FATHER LOVETT (UP)—James 1C. Hoffman Sr., 50, shot 'himself to death in a barn behind Hie house where •hid father, Wymond Hoffman, committed suicide; with the same typo weapon several years ago. Read the Classified Ads Peru Two new physicians are locating in -Peru and Miami county which will greatly alleviate the critical doctor shortage in the area. They are Dr. Parker W. Snyder and Dr. Robert Myers of Chili. Dr. Myers opened his office in Chili .last week whilo Dr. Snyder plans to open his office in the Son- ger-Mavrlck building on July 1. Dr. Snyder is ' now associated with the Wubash Employes hospital. He came to .the railroad hoRpltal July 1, 1054 and served there .until April, 31)35 when he entered the service. Ho served with ihe Army in England und Germany. He received his Doctor of Modi- cine degree ut Indiana University and interned ut City Hospital, Springfield, Ohio. Dr. Snyder, his wife am] t-wo children live at 172 West Third SI They are'a daughter, Margaret WAND Whatever you're buying, from a car to carnations . . . from books to boats—pay with E. Z, checks. Open: your E. Z. checking account now. Only TOc per check. HE NATIONAL BANK I J I COME AS YOU ARE—BANK FROM YOUR CAR Member Federal Deposit Intmnmce Cory, \nn, age 3%, and a son, William cott, lour months. Dr. Srtydcr will practice general Delphi "Mrs. Lenna Hannell has resigned as executive secretary of the Carroll County Tuberculosis, and Health Association effective June 1st. Mrs. Ruby Trent, former Deputy .County Recorder, has been appointed to fill the vacancy. Mrs. Hannell, a former clerk in the county welfare office, has served as executive secretary for four and a half years. The Tippecanoe Township Farm Bureau will meet Monday night at the Pittsburg school. It will be talent night. Committee members are: Edgar Fountain, Sr., George Wilkins, 'Sherman Fife, Martha Ginn, Richard Sheldon, F. E. Anderson, Floyd Hodge, Annabelle Coffey, and their families. Miss Ann Johnson, who- has been in France since last August, was expected to arrive in New York City Tuesday. She will spend a month there as one of 20. guest editors oE Mademoiselle Magazine, before returning to Delphi, and will re-enter DePauw University this fall. She is a daughter ol Mr. 'and Mrs. Myron Johnson of Del-phi. J. Reid McCain and deputy Mrs. Evelyn Stafford will attend a meeting for Circuit Clerks at the State House in Indianapolis Monday. Mrs. McCain will be on duty in the clerk's office in their absence. Mr. and Mrs. John Rowe pC route 4, Delplji, have sold their UO-acre farm south of Dulpphi to Mr. and Mrs. Charles Harrier of Delphi Tor S500 per acre. Mr. and Mrs. Howe have purchased a home at Lafayette and will move there in September. Mrs. Rowc has served as president of the Legion Auxiliary here and is now president of the Carroll County Fediir- Logansport, Indiana, Pharos-Tribune Five ation of Clubs. She has also been active in the Madison township Home Economics club and other organizations. The courthouse, library and bank will be closed here Thursday in observance of Memorial Day. The Cass County Auto License Branch rill be closed, on Thursday, Friday and Saturday. Beth Anne Robinson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Claude Robinson las gone to Wakarusa to spend a week with her grandmother, Mrs. Elizabeth Hahn. Mr. and Mrs. Robinon and friends will attend the 500 mile auto races at Indianapolis Speedway Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Winterroad spent the week end in Rochester with his parents. Mrs. Mae Rothrock of the Haugh Coal: Company, returned home from French Lick Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Ross Koomler of Monticello called on Mrs. Harry Haugh and son, Jerry Haugh, Sunday and took them for a drive. Decorate Graves Of Men Killed in Olde Towne Battle The graves of the two American soldiers killed in the Battle of Olde Towne on what is now tha Cox farm west of Hoover were decorated Tuesday afternoon by a L'Anguille Valley Historical Association committee headed by Harry E. Harris. A memorial wreath and American flags were placed, on the graves of the Kentucky volunteers who died in battle on August 8, 1791. Officers of the association assisted the committee in the memorial tribute in cooperation with the Cass county Memorial day observance central committee and the *VFW grave decoration committee. For many years the L'Anguille Valley Historical Association has assumed responsibility for paying tribute to the only two American JV cUlU LUUK L11CU1 1UJ. U uim.. ---- '-— -- , - . . « Mrs. Ada Hinkte and daughter, soldiers killed in battle in Cass Miss Mary Hinkle, spent Sunday in Lafayette with Mr. and Mrs. E. F. Kauffman. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Moyars of Oxford and Dallas Doctor of Ross- vill-e caled on Mrs. Armina Tan- county. sey. Sunday. Tom Crosby, a junior at the University of Louisville, arrived home on May 29. He is tlie son of Mr. and Mrs. Byram Crosby. Their daughter, Mary, will arrive home on June 8, after' spending three days with friends in Indianapolis. Stephen Sheayl Haugh, grandson oC Mrs. Harry Haugh of Delphi. will be graduated from Jefferson high school at Lafayette, Monday, June 3rd. He is a son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Haugh of Lafayette. Mrs. Haugh and son, Jerro, •will attend the commencement exercises. Mrs. Fred McCain, Mrs. Robert VanNatta and Misses Eva and Lena Sutton will drive to Kentland Thursday to attend a D.A.R. Meeting. Army Pvt. John K. Dyer, son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Dyer, 6141 Main St., Flora, Ind., Southeastern Signal School, Fort Gordon, Ga. He entered the Army in January 1957 and completed basic training at Fort Bcnning, Ga. The 22-year-old .soldier is a 1952 graduate of Carrolllon High School. Congress Opposes Lowering Supports WASHINGTON (IT)—Secretary of Agriculture Ezra T. Benson's new request to lower price supports collided today with immediate congressional opposition. The outlook for the request appeared even rougher. Benson Tuesday sent Congress alternate drafts of legislation that would give him authority to fix price supports for basic farm commodities from 0 to 90 or 60 to 90 per cent of parity. Read The Classified Ads • BITTEN BY FOX ANDERSON (UP) — Clarence Jlcynolds, R.R. 2, Anderson, reported ' to authorities Monday he wa-s bitten on Uie hand by a fox. Reynolds was -treated at St. John's Hospital., FASHION BEAUTY SHOP ONLY OTHER; TO $25 $4.95 PERMANENT* with soft rlngltls INCLUDES CUTTING STYLINO CREAM SHAMPOO 9 Til 6 No Appotntmont N actuary Helena Curtis Styled Soft Brilliant. Pormanonl $10.00 NO FUZZ OR FRIZZ 3U'AP»arlS». 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