Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on May 28, 1957 · Page 31
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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 31

Logansport, Indiana
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Tuesday, May 28, 1957
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Sixteen Logansport, Indiana, Pharos-Tribune Elect Hardin FTA President Bob Hardin was elected president .of. the Clara Rathfon Future Teachers club of Logansport high school during a meeting Tuesday evening. Mary Beth Easter, retiring president, was in charge of the election meeting. Nancy Luxem was elected vice president, Judy McKeever is the new treasurer, Carolyn Grube will serve as secretary and Janet Nelson historian during the next year. Another item pf business under consideration was the selection of two club members to receive the Fifty Dollar Book awards made possible by the five "Stop-Buy" sales held during the year. Balloting was secret and the names will be announced by Hardin during the Recognition Day program in Berry Bowl on Friday. The group discussion.centered around plans for the next year. Members voted to investigate the possibilities of establishing a Cadet Teacher program in the Logansport city schools. Winornac The Alibi Bow hunters will have an open Field Round, Sunday, June 2. at Welcome-In-Park Archery range. Time: 2:30, rain date, June 9. The Carp Derby is still open. Entry blanks may be obtained from Ray Haschel, Don Files, Bill Jenkins, Cecil Button or at Welcome-In-Park. Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Leary have returned to their summer home here after spending the winter in New Orleans. La. be Mr. and Mrs. William Tissington and Miss Zcna Utterback. Devotions will be In charge of Mrs. Dale Fahler. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Sims and Mrs. A. C. Sisk will leave Thursday, for a visit with relatives near Huntersville, Ala. Mr. and Mrs. John Bremer and Mrs. Amanda Bledsoe spent from Saturday, to Wednesday at Fitch- burgh. Mass., with .the Bremer's son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Gibson. Chauncey Felker Jr. will accompany the Purdue Military. Band (of which he is a member) to }n- dianapolis, Wednesday, where they will also march and put on a demonstration, at the speedway on Thursday. Mrs. Ed Bagby, the former Miss Velma Fisher of Pulaski, now of St. Petersburg, Fla., was honored guest Sunday, when her brothers and sisters and their families gathered at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Dale White at Pulaski. She will.attend an Alumni Banquet, at Augustana Hospital school of Nursing in Chicago, of which she is a graduate, on June 1. Mr. and Mrs. John Dilts and children were at Indianapolis, Sunday visiting friends. Mrs. John Benbow, Mrs. Russell Dilts and Mrs. Richard Dilts are in Muncie today. They will be accompanied home by Miss Joan Ben- b'ow, for a vacation. She is a student at Ball State and will return there later for summer school. Mrs. Elsie Pearson spent Monday in Indianapolis on business. Mrs. Ed Bagby of St. Petersburg, Fla., spent Monday evening in the home of her brother and sister-in- law, Mr. and Mrs. Donald Fisher. Plan Swim Classes At Public Pool Registration Date Is Saturday Morning At Pool; Diving, Life-Saving Classes Husband Dies, Wife Burned in Blaze NEW ALBANY, Ind. <UP)Clyde Hagar, 59, New Albany, died n St. Edwards Hospital here early :oday from, burns sustained in a fire at his. home Tuesday night. Hagar's wife, Cleo, was burned and in fair condition in the hospital. Firemen 'estimated the damage Mother of Local and^Mrs. Wiley ; Pearson of| p as j. or SuCCUmbs The Rev. and Mrs. Harry Hashberger left Wednesday for Ross- Orlando, Fla., spent Monday with Mrs. Mae Guss and Clifford Rahs. A son, Ronald Gene, was born Mrs. Robert Maddox at Starke Memorial hospital, Knox. A daughter was born Sunday. May 26, to Mr. and Mrs. Harold , u ." uli Harper, of Star City, at St. Jo-' uon ' seph hospital, Logansport. ville, Ga., to attend funeral rites Also Planned Classes in swimming, diving, and life saving are being planned for the municipal pool by officials of the summer swimming program. Registration for the courses will be from 9 a.m. until noon on Saturday, June 1, at the pool. Planned courses include "beginning, intermediate, and advanced swimming classes, ' plus • diving, junior life saving and senior life saving. At the beginning of the season, however, greater emphasis will be placed on swimming instruction. Three classes will be held during the summer .with dates set as follows: (1) June 10-June 2B; (2) July 1-July 19; and (3) July 22- Aug. 9. There will be three individual classes ' each morning—9-10 a.m.; and 11-noon. Children will so assigned to classes according '.o age group. All instructors will be high school graduates, college students or teachers. The fee for one course will be $1. Daily admission of 15 cents will be paid by each student on. each day of instruction. The total cost—$3.25—may be paid the first day of class. Preference will be given children in the city and attending the Logansport schools. Other children will be included as rapidly as the numbers in classes warrant additional students. Pool facilities will be offered to the mentally retarded and physi- for his mother, Mrs. Hope Stegall Hashberger, 82, who died at her home in Rossville. She recently underwent an emergency opera. Rev. Hashberger's parents cele- 'fneT^ntietrCentury'class of ™ ™r 55th wedding anniver the M.E. church, will meet Sun-! sarv ln March - Thcv wero marr.ed day, June 2, at 6 p.m. In the home of Mr. and Mrs. James Burrows. ; in Nebraska, where they resided ! until 1929, when they moved to Assisstant host and hostesses will Rossville. She is survived by her husband, J. F. Hashberger, six children, including the pastor of the local Market street Methodist church, NOTICE OK ADMINISTRATION NO. 15117 STATE OF INDIANA) )SS: COUNTY OF CASS ) Ai'-SiiP'T^S^iS'T^ 0 ™ C ° URT i Hev. and Mrs. Hashberger will Notice la hereby given that Mar- return home Friday or Saturday. rart-t Nl.st wti.% on tho Hth day of IWay, 3957, appointed Administra- trix of tho Kstato of Albert C. to the two-story house at $2,000. b f 2 , the G c k The cause of the blaze was un- F - - - ---determined. The main headquarters of the New Albany fire department is across the street from the Hagar home. An unidentified man turned in the alarm. Firemen rushed across the street and found Mrs. Hagar lying in the back yard unconscitus. Hagar was unconscious upstairs. Firemen believe Mrs. Hagar fled down the backstairs and collapsed in the yard. cally handicapped free of charge for a recreation period. Pool and summer recreation employees will donate their time for this period. . Kewanna Memorial Day services will be held at Grass Creek and Kewanna cemeteries Sunday, both sponsored by local . American Legion post No. 130. Music will be. furnished by the Grass Creek and Kewanna School bands. Speakers will be D. H. Pellet, pastor of the EUB church in Grass Creek aid George Wright, pastor of the Kewanna Methodist church in Kewanna. Services will Air Base to Honor Cov. Harold Handley BUNKER HILL AFB—Colonel J. H. Moore, Commander of Bunker Hill Air Force Base, has proclaimed June 1, -1957, as "Governor's Day" at Bunker Hill Air Force Base. The Honorable Harold W. Handley, Governor of the State of Indiana, Mrs. Handley, their 11 .year old son, and local dignitaries will attend the ceremonies. A parade has been fanned for the occasion and upon the arrival of Governor Handley on the Flight Line, he will be honored by reviewing the troops as they pass in review. A flight of F-lOOD's will participate in a fly-by. Following the parade, Mrs. Handley will christen an F-100 Super Sabre, "Miss Indiana". The band from Culver Military Academy has been invited to play for the occasion. Baby Ricky Dale Fry Succumbs in "Hospital Ricky Dale Fry, 10 - week - old son of Wayne and Claudette (Forker) Fry, route 1, Logansport, died suddenly at 5:15 a. m. Wednesday at Memorial hospital. Cause of death has not been determined. He was born in Logansport on March 10, 1957. Survivors include the parents, grandfather, Dorcie Fry, and m „. . „ grandmother, Mrs. Verna Fry, cemetery and 3 p.m. in the IOOF both of Logansport; Mrs. Dorothy cemetery in Kewanna. JForker, city; and Albert Forker, First annual spring twirling con- Peru. test will be held Saturday, June 8, in the Kewanna school gymnasium. The contest will'be sponsored by the Band Parents 'Assn. Miss Linda Shidaker will be hostess. Kewarina Baptist church will present their closing program of Vacation (Bible school at 7:30 p.m. Sunday. Students and their mothers will be given a picnic on the church lawn Friday noon. The old creamery building in the north part of town, owned by Charles Van Meter, has been purchased by the Winamac Coil Spring Company, Inc. Extensive remodeling is planned for the building. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Zellers and family. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Sidel and Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Zellers will go to Franklin, Ind. Sunday to attend commencement exercises at Franklin college where Marilyn Zellers will be graduated. Mrs. Jeanette Sanders, who owned and operated the Jeanette Dress Shop has sold out all the merchandise and has closed the business, because of her ill health. Friends may call at' the McCloskey-Hamilton chapel after 7 p. m. Wednesday. Final rites will be conducted there at 2 p. m. Friday with the Rev. Ernest Carroll officiating. Burial will be made in the Fulton cemetery. Wandering Lafayette Child Killed by Car LAFAYETTE (UP)—Two-year- old Carla June Reagin toddled into a street Tuesday night and was killed by an automobile whose driver said he slowed to avoid hit- ling- three small boys playing in the path of his car. The girl was the daughter of the Carl Reagins. She was hit by a car driven by Larry Rudder, 33, Lafayette. Rudder told authorities he was watching the three boys and did not see the girl. Card of Thanks We wish to thank our friends and Mrs".' SanaeirThaV sold" the biiiidiiigj neighbors, Reverend Robinson, to Mr. and Mrs Max Fair of|singers and organist, pallbearers, McCloskey-Hamilton mortuary, Me- Wednesday Evening, May 29, 1957. Structural Steel Mervis Steel Co., Kokomo Phone 4121 ALCOA Aluminum Siding Gien Reid's A&A 511 Erie Avo. Phone 3650 201S North Street Phon. 478V NOTICE We will be Open All Day Thursday (Memorial Day) 11:00 A.M. TO 10:00 P.M. DONATO ITALIAN VILLAGE Jet. 35 and 24 Phone 2742 Farm Land Values Up LAFAYETTE (UP) — Purdue University agricultural statisti- Arrangements are being made ciar.s said today that values of for the children at the Kleinmanjlndiana farm real estate increased and Children's homes to receive i eight per cent in the year ending free of charge swimming instruc- March 1. tions and recreational swimming. The Indiana climb reflected a A beginning class for adults will j national trend, according to Robbe arranged for tho second sum- ert E. Straszheim, a Purdue mer instructional period. Read the Classified Ads I and 16 grandchildren. ., All Of the 4.3 billion pounds of SaTdT^tato^ofher or nTt poultry slaughtered in 1955 in com- now uua^muHt fiie^tiiejuinin in^saidj rnercial plants, about 88 per cent " u '~ "'" "" u " ' was turned out in ready-to-cook form. court within Mix (6) monthK from tho date of tho flrwt publication of thiH notice or said claims will bo forever burred. Dated at Losansport, Indiana, thin Hth day of May, 1957. KL.IZABKTH WEKER Clerk of the Circuit Court for Ca»H County,. Indiana HAROLD J. TUBEKTY Jlarnes Office Building. Lotfanftport, Indiana Attorney for Kstate 16-22-29 NO'I'ICII OK ADMINISTRATION STATE OF JND1AXA) )SS: COUNTY OF 1 CASS ) IN THE CASS CIIICUIT COUHT AIT'.IIj TKKM, l'jr.7. Notice IH hereby Kivon thai Robert F. Oor«ol!nn find John W. (Jnrisisllne were, on Uliit (lity oC Miiy, 1007, appointed Co-AdinlJi- iHtrarors of the U:nLa!fi of Mary Eli/,:ibeLh dor-solln^, (Iccftawod. All jjerwons having fliilmR njniln.st mild «Hlal«, whether or not now diKi, rnunt flic this namo' In Mild court within H!JC (fi) monthw from tho date of the firm publl- rjitlun of thlH notice or mild ulalrrm will he forever barred. Uat/^d lit I^oyannnort, Indiana, thla 2lKt day ul May. 13S7. BlJlZADKTfl HfKKEIl Clnrk of the Circuit Court for Ca«H County, Indiana NORMAN L. KJKSI,IN« Attorney for Kstate 22-28-5 NOTICK TO IIIDDIOII S Thu undersl«ned hoard will, until tho hour of 7:110 I', M. o'clock l<,'ST) on tlin lllth day of June, ]!if>7, at the office of the Superintendent of Hchoid.H. 630 K. Jiroadway, J.oxanspurt, Indiana, recoivo noaled propowalH for fur- ulMtilnK to the School City, In accordance with HptciricutlnllH on lllo In nald office, the follnwlnB: Children'H deHkn and chairs Anyone deslrlntf further Information concernliiK the above may contact tho .Superintendent of Schooln or MX authorised atrent nt KUCJAR D. JASOIIKA •WAYNM 11. SCIIAKFER NKWMAN H. ISKK KAKL, I.. OTTINCJKTl BOARD OF SCHOOL TtU'S- TK10H SCUOOL, CITY OF LiOGA.NSPOUT By CIIAIU.KS T/. SHARr Superintendent 2.1-50 NOTICrc nif AOMIMSTHAT10N STATIC OF INDIANA) iSS: COUNTY OP CASS ) IX THR CASS CIIICUIT COURT AI'UH- TKIIM, 1DS7. Notice IH hereby Kivnn that .lane K. Wolford wan, on 22nd day of May, 10,17, appointed Ad- ministratrix of tho lOntato of Mar- Jorio E. OavlH, decoaned. All perHOim having claims nwalnHt «ald oHlate. whether or not now due, mu.nt filfi tho name In smld court within nix (ft) monthH from the date of the first publication of thl« notice or said claims will be forever barred. Dated at L-oirannport, Indiana, thin 22nd dny of May. 1057. MAY Is Aluminum Combination door month AT SOUTH SIDE LUMBER CO. For the month of May the lowest price ever. This ad is worth $5.00 against our $37.50 Alum Door Special. Good for May only. OPEN SUNDAY MORNINGS South Side Lbr. Co. 811 Burlington Ph. 2319 T^* Are you wondering where to have that prescription compounded? May we suggest that you bring it to this professional pharmacy where prescriptions are a spc- ciaJty? Our ample stocks assure prompt service. And you'll appreciate our fair prices. Try us! PORTER DRUG CO. 4th & Mkt. Fred Kronz, R. Ph. statistician, who said the general •high level of business activity was a positive influence on the land price rise. PRICE IS IMPORTANT ... SERVICE IS, TOO .... BE ASSURED OF "BOTH 1 —FUNERAL HOME — EAST BROADWAY AT 16TH PHONE 3080 DEAN'S GROCERY WILL BE OPEN ALL DAY THURSDAY-MEMORIAL DAY 12th and Market Phone 3975 WANT OUT OF DEBT? let .Credit Counselors arrange to get you out of debt on payments you can afford. REGARDLESS OF HOW MUCH YOU OWE. No Security or Endorsers Needed- One and Only One Place to Pay. CREDIT COUNSELORS OF LOGANSPORT Op.n Dully 9 to 5. Ixwpt Wed. and Sat, til On.. 401 Bame» Building Phone 2750 North Liberty who will reside on the second floor and will operate a hardware store on the first floor. LOSING BATTLE The kiwi, Xew Zealand's flightless bird is waging a losing battle for survival against the depredations of bush fire, ferrets, house cats, rats and stoats. morial hospital, nurses, Dr. Davis and everyone who helped in any way, for kindness, sympathy and floral pfi'erings during the illness and death of our mother and grandmother. —The Cloyce Daugherty family, The Clarence Daugherty family, The Lyle Daugherty family. We— THE MASSACHUSETTS PROTECTIVE ASSOCIATION, INC. and THE PAUL REVERE LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY are prourf io announce ihe promotion of WARREN C. OTTERMAN To DISTRICT MANAGER Of Our Companies in this area. Mr. Otterman lias demonstrated that he Is well qualified through experience and a thorough knowledge of Health and Accident and Life Insurance Underwriting to capably perfor.m in this supervisory capacity. Again — We are happy and proud to have Mr. Olter- man serving as District Manager for our Companiesl Call him at 2856 Logansport, you'll find Warren, to be a friendly, capable and efficient individual ready to help you with any insurance problems. IT'S TIME TO REGISTER FOR THE SUMMER TERM School it in umion all Mimmtr Day and evening clones. Call In person, writu, or phono. Our collage office is open dally From 8 to 4 and on Saturday Tiornings until noon. Veteran ap- pro v'ud. Jndicma Business College Barnes Office Bldg, Logansport Sadie K. Croery, Mgr. LONG DISTANCE MOVING BECK'S TRANSFER PHONE 3539 GERANIUMS 25c and up Petunias, Colons, bedding plants for flower boxes and garden Hardy Mums. Vegetable and flower plants, the best and disease resistant varieties. Spray materials, Statler's and Rapid Gro. Plant foods, peat moss. Markert's Greenhouse 1529 Pleasant Hill No Deliver; GARDEN TILLER FOR RENT Self Propelled, Selective Tilling. ' Garden the eaiy way with a Merry-Tiller. THESE GARDEN TOOLS FOR RENT Power lawn mowers, Aero- tors, Fertilizer Spreaders, Rollers, Fence Stretchers, Grub Hoes, Electric Hedge Trimmer, Post Hole Augers Pruning Saws, Shovels, Tree Tri/nmers. ALL AT TOOL RENTAL £>EPT. South Side Lbr. Co. 811 Burlington Ave. Phone 2319 Open Sunday Morning OPEN MEMORIAL DAY ECKRICH WIENERS 49c Ib. GROUND BEEF 39c Ib. CUBE STEAKS • 79c Ib. HAM SALAD 49c Ib. POTATO SALAD pint 39c BEAN SALAD pint 39c LARGE SELECTION OF LUNCH MEATS, PAPER PLATES, CUPS CHARCOAL 5lb.bag49c MER-DEL'S ICE CREAM HOLFDAY SPECIALS QUALITY '/i GALLON $1.29 89c Economy Gallon Vanilla Fudge Ripple Plastic Pale RtutabI* Container ii flna for covered picnic dish. OPEN MEMORKA1 DAY B A. M. to 10 P. M. American Express Money Orders At All Timei SMITH'S MARKET 17th and George St. Phone 3378 Open Until 10 p. m.—'Sundays and Weekdays Open for Business THURSDAY, MAY 30th Ice Cold Root Beer Cokes Hot Dogs Sandwiches MALTS - FLOATS Opening Day Special—Thursday Only Free Root Beer With Each Sandwich Tower Park Drive-In 7I(i 2Jst St.—Opposite Swimming Pool . Clerk of the Circuit Court for CaH« County. Indiana R, fJARCOCK & TOLiBKRT Attorney for Kutata* 23-29-0 I Better than Brick Cheaper than Lumber Peru Brikcrete Co. 479 Adams Ave. Peru Ind. 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 Fansler Realty Co. TO BUY. . .TO SELL. . .TO TRADE FARM LOANS-F.H.A. LOANS-G.l.LOANS-CONVENTIONAL LOANS Fansler & Stepp, Insurance & Real Estate 915 Eoit 9th St., Rocheiter, Ind. PHONES CA 3-2219 and CA 3-5416 PUBLIC LIBRARY FOR EFFICIENT WATER SOFTENERS ALWAYS USE STERLING WATER SOFTENER SALT NOW-ROCK SALT 100% 'SHALE PREEI Charcoal Briquets and Lump. . In 5-10 and 25 Ib. Bags Wholesale and Retail 0PM MEMORIAL DAY • LOGAN FUEL & ICE INC ' Plants at 801 Erie Ave. & 312 North Cieott REPAIR & MODERNIZE in one simple operation. Anyone can install FAREINGTOH IKSEBT WINDOWS in your existing window frames at surprisingly LOW COST. Up To 20"x54" three vonfs, two operating and on* fixed $28.52. ONER'S lUMBER&MILLWORK loNER-BUILT-CABINETRY PHONE 3138 900-22ND. ST.

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