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Friday Evening, May 31, 1957. 7. FARMW'S COLUMN GOOD -HAWKEYE beans. Wayne Austin, Burrows 24 J. . SEED CORN 449-620-702 SINGLE CROSS 405-036 ISOTO SEED CORN TREATMENT SOYBEAN INOCULATION MARTIN BROS. R.R. 1, WALTON PHONE 3854 INDIANA Certified corn, 252, 419, 620, single cross 405. Martin & Sons, Route 2, Walton. Phone 2053 or 2058. SlARTIN steel sDos, corn cribs, dryer grain bins, and utility buildings. Dale Davidson, Metea Pbone 40045. WANTED—Featherticks (no chicken). Horton's Mattress Co; Royal Center Community Sale Sale Starts at: o'clock Every Thursday Phone 3755 Bring Cattle to Be Tested by 12 o'clock. Bridge & Garner, Aucts. a. Livestock 10 small Holstein heifers, south Royal Center. 10. FOR RENT 3-ROOM unfurnished apartment, upper, $35 per month. Phone 3388 or 6041. LOWER 4-room unfurnished, heat; upper 3-room furn. heated apt. near high school. 40678. 11. FOR SALE NEWLY decorated 2 room furnished apartments. Phone 21588 or* 4976. 3 ROOM furnished lower apartment. Adults. 12 W. Ottawa. FOR RENT: 4 room upper furnished, $60, heat and hot water included. 2005 North. Phone 9544. FOR RENT — Modern horne, 5% miles north on State Road 17, use of upstairs and kitchen privileges. Phone 9194. FOR RENT: Upper unfurnished 3 rooms and bath, heat and water furnished. 513 Dizardie after 4:30. References. FURNISHED, 3 rooms, ground floor, gas heat, no children. 7283. FOR RENT: 4-room unfurnished downtown apartment. Call 4365. 4 PUREBRED Angus cows, open, 3 years old; 4 Hampshire sows and 20 feeding pigs. Ph. 50435. tz Hereford steers, 500 to 550 Ibs. Roy Wolf, 3 miles southeast of Logansport. Ph. 40819. . ,, .FURNISHED apartment. 3 rooms McCo-v and kitchenette- All utilities fury ' nished. Private entrance. Close FOR SALE at Camden: 250 choice Hereford heifers, 400-500 Ib. Wor- theimer Cattle Co. Ph. 40. in. Phone 20123 or 40799. UNFURNISHED 3 rooms and bath, east, steam heat. Phone 2545. 3 ROOMS and bath, unfurnished, ground floor. Utilties. Phone 40424. FOR RENT at 2023% North, 4 rooms and bath. Phone 4827. f&38 F-20 Farmal, powerlift cultivator optional. 7 ft. Dunham Disc. Oliver 2 section spike tooth I harrow. 2—14" Little Genius plow on steel. Hayloaders with good grain bed. False end gate on truck tires. 88 gal. vacuum type hog fountain. 10 barrel water tank with hog fountain. 14 ft. eattle trough. 1500 Ib. hog feed- «r. 300 gal. overhead gas" tank with stand. Inquire evenings after 5. 3'/4 miles N.E. Deer Creek. Phone 3904 Walton. C. J. Sprinkle. WANTED to buy: We need 500 fancy Holstein heifers to freshen anytime. Call us for that top price now. Carl Newcomb, or Robert Rosenbury, Rochester. SPOTTED Poland China boars. 1st farm east 18th St. Elevator. Mike Tyrrell. FOR SALE: Registered Guernsey cows in milk with production records. Also some bred heifers end bulls, serviceable age. Leafy Lane Farm, 5 miles west of Kokomo on 22. Phone GL-9-9176. Dr. R. A. Craig. fOR SALE: 5 tried sows, will far-! row 3rd week in July. Dole ' Crites, 4 miles west, 1 mile south I Galveston. Phone 3420. ! foo HEAD of Hampshire pigs. Usual Fry, 1st house south of'Cass Station Bridge. Phone 50100. PUREBRED Landracc boars; open gilts. Raymond Nicoll, Burnetts- villc. BOG FARMERS. New hog market buying Monday thru Friday. 7 a.m. to 1 p.m. No commissions or yardage. HEINOLD'S, Royal Center Hog Market. Call us for further details. Phone 3295. Located at the Royal Center Solo Bam. 3-ROOM modern unfurnished up per, heat and water furnished. 815 17th after 5 or phone 8416 anytime. 4 ROOM modern furnished apartment. Adults. 236 Wheatland. After 5 P.M. 2 MODERN apts. 1 furnished, 1 unfurnished. 417 - 5th. 5 ROOM modern unfurnished upper apartment. Newly decorated. Dial 5C082. DOWNSTAIRS Apartment 3 rooms. Children welcome. Water Street and Lobelia. APARTMENT close in. Heat and lights. Phone 50699 after 5:30 p. m. 3 ROOM furnished apartment lower. 2200 Broadway. Phone 4827. FURNISHED apartment. Inquire house at rear ot 800 N. Third. e. Houses & Dupfoxei 4-ROOM upper furnished, bath, Phone 6960. 1228 E. Market. FOR RENT: House, south Logansport. Write Box A-275, this newspaper. 6 ROOMS and balh, basement, garage, gas heat. Residential area, Logansport. Phone 3928 Kewanna. AVAILABLE now, 6-room house in the country, modern excepl heat. Deer Creek Phone 2111. HOME: 5 room furnished. $50 month. 1636 Woodlawn. Immediate possession. FOR SALE cr rent/ 5 room home. Chas. Wl an. 6806. DEAD STOCK REMOVED Indiana Rendering Co., Logansport Phones 4729 or 4730 CURTISS FARMS Stud Service. Dudley D. Bridge. Phono Logansport 4905, Royal Center 2185, Lucerne 2460. b. Implements FOR SALE: Planet Jr. Seeder, cultivator. $7. Phone M«2 Noon. fr. C. ALLIS-CHALMERSlractor; cultivators; International 2-14 breaking plow; Allis-Chalmers 7 'foot Tandum disc. 2 section John Deere spiku tooth harrow; 1 Hurd seeder. Phone 8124. JJEW John Deere 45T Baler. Baled about 1600 bales. V. R. Wnsson, V/z miles west of Burrows. FINANCIAL Car payments too high? See AMERICAN SECURITY CO. 314 Fifth, Logansport. Dial 3216 . b. Business Opportunity BIG PROFITS SPARE TIME Refilling and collecting money from our five cent High Grade Nut machines in this area. No selling! To qualify for work you must have car, references, $040 cash, secured by inventory. Do- voling 6 hours a week lo business, your end on percentage collections will net big monthly profits with very good possibilities of taking over full time. Income increasing accordingly. For interview, include phone In application. Write All Slate Distributing Co., 505 Fifth Avenue, New York 17, N. Y. Ib. FOR RENT a. Apartments House for rent. Etistcnd. Upper 3 room apt. with heal. East Broadway. Lower 4 room apt. High St. Upper 4 room apt. Wcstsklo, DOUGLAS MARTIN ROSCOEMARTIN Realtors 201 Fourth Phone 45(>7 f. Rooms LADIES ONLY, 2 nice sleeping rooms, '.4 block east of library, place for light cooking, parking space. Phone 7325. MODEMN lovely sleeping room. Private entrance. 823 E. Market. LARGIC front room, alcove bedroom, free parking. 719 E. Market. LARGE sleeping rooms. River Ave. 80 Eel LARGE, pleasant room, ~man, private home, walking distance. Ph. 20000. CLEAN, comfortable sleeping rooms, steam heat, close in. Ph. 20371. DOUBLE sleeping room, 2 employed girls Phono 2816. g. Wanted to Rent WANTED TO RENT; 2 bedrooms unfurnished house, either outside of city or in caslend of city, wanted by Pharos-Tribune employee. Please phone 4141, or write Jim Wolborn, c/o Pharos- Tribune. NEED A GOOD USED SEWING MACHINE? Visit Barber's Used Machine outlet at 316 E. Broadway. Singer console, top condition 'with buttonhole attach. Universal limed oak desk-. Save $$. New Home elec. console ...$17.50 Elec. Portables. $29.50 to '$75.00. Several To Choose From; THIS WEEK'S SPECIAL. Montgomery Ward console, forward & reverse stitch. Hinge pressure foot, stan, attachment. $39.50 All machines reconditioned and guaranteed. Barber's Sewing Supplies 318 E. Broadway 11. FOR SALE FOR SALE: 1955 Liberty mobile home, 2 bedrooms, 42-foot, very . good condition, any reasonable offer considered. Phone CA-5977, Rochester, Ind. WANTED; Good mobile home travel trailer. Phone 2367. 2 PIECE parlor suite for sale. Reasonable. Ph. 6442. SELDOM EVER is there a lack of demand for an item i when Classified Advertising is used. No matter What you want- No matter What you have to sell- There is a buyer or seller interested in you offer. When you use the Classified Columns. USED 40" gas range, guaranteed, $5 down delivers. $39,95! $1.25 per week. Goodyear Service. Phone 2917. Sixth and Broadway. BEDROOM suite, living room suite,'beds and springs, dressers, gas stoves, washing machines, refrigerators, complete line of used furniture. Boyd's, 1200 Erie Avenue. DUNCAN Phyfe dining table, ere- denza, 6 chairs. 1713 E. Broadway. USED 1956 Console TV, $> down, $2.75 per week. One year guarantee on picture tube. Phono 3922. Firestone Store. MAYTAG WASHERS AND DRYERS General Supply Co., New Waverly Fred Angle, Phone 40001 b. Miscellaneous DOUBLE and single bed. 1215 Broadway, Saturday afternoon. Phone 20780. CRIB and mattress, $11; white base cabinet; girl's 2(i" bicycle; Tappan stove; Bendix washer and dryer; G. E. refrigerator; Thor ironer. Ph. 2502. 2 Calcutta fishing polos with guides and lips; also Ocean City reel with star drag. Ph. 7H».'i. 1527 George, anytime after 5. BOYS' and girls' 26-inch bicycles Richard Smith in Deer Creek, Phone 3020. SURE-FIT boat covers. ]4 ft., 10 ft., and 18 ft. Full line of tarps, binoculars, microscopes, pedometers, and car compasses. Bargain Center. 322 - 3rd. 1954 41 FT. Mobile home, 6 sleeper, full bath, large living room. Full length self-supporting awning, 275 gal', fuel tank. Excellent condition. Shown by appointment. P.hone 7505. FERREE & SMITH Mobile Home Sales, Akron, Ind., Ph. TW-3-3285 or TW-3-2075. % mi. S. Akron, 13. REAL ESTATE • HOUSETRAILERS WHY PAY RENT? 18 ft. to 43 ft. on sales lot. See them today. Remember low down payment and monthly payment. Anoka Trailer Sales,- 4 mi. SE on 35. IOUSETRAILERS and accessories Buy, sell or trade. 2 mi. N. W on U. S. 36. Maple Springs, SHOWING NOW AT BAIRD'S "NEW ANDERSON" BAIRD'S offer a savings up to $500 with over 15 mobile homes reduced in price. If you are looking for a bargain, BAIRD'S have over 40 to choose from, jn 10' and 8' wide, 1, 2 and 3 bedrooms. We trade for furniture, with the best financing available. BAIRD MOBILE HOMES ' 2 miles south of Peru on,US 31 Phone Peru Gridley 39808 BOY'S bicycle, Good. $15.00. Phone Walton 3752. c. Musical Instruments NEW SPINETS $495 others at great value from world's largest Piano Factory. STRANGE MUSIC HOUSE at Marocco's, 521 E, Broadway COMPARE our quality and prices. Ivers & Pond Agency, 834 W. Miami. Phone 8083. Start your child musically with WURLITZER LESSON • LOAN PLAN on 1—A brand new WURLITZER piano in your home. 2—Ten private weekly lessons. 3—Lesson material furnished. All it costs you is.,$3.50 a week. Nothing more—no extras MYGRANT'S, 528 E. Broadway d. Poultry, Eggs, Baby Chijt TURKEY poults, last chance for chicks. Started 6 weeks and less, 1400 DcKalb pullets, 400 White Rock cockerels, 400 Calif, grey pullets, 150 st. run New Hamps, 800 st. run White Rocks, 250 Leg r horn pullets, 200 White Rock pullets. Brown's Hatchery, Converse. BABY CHICKS FARM BUREAU chicks are bred for top egg production and Increasod livability. Aak about tho new Hi-Lay 1042 Cross. FARM BUREAU Phone 3141 Logangport ROP LEGHORN chicks. Popular Heavy Breeds. Cockerels available. Hizer Hatchery, Grass Creek. 8—34"x55" screens, like now; new Arvin clock-radio; rug and pad, 9 x 12; floor lamp. 2125 High. PLAY SAND, Black Dirt. Phone 40173. LATE model Royal typewriter with 13" carriage. Phone U8.TJ. WANTED to rent or buy on contract, 3 bedroom house. Preferably in .castcnd. Local family. Write Box A-274 this newspaper.' FOUR city surveyors desire large j furnished apartment. Write Box j A-272 this newspaper. AUTOMATIC oil furnace, 150,000 B. T. U., like new, very reasonable. Phone 20186. WANTED TO RENT—Furnished 2 or 3 bedroom house in Logans-, port, country or town within Ifi miles of Logansport. Permanent resident. Write Box- A-2B9, this newspaper. WANTKD: Modern house by young couple, to rent on contract. No children or pets. Large kitchen find bedroom required. Reasonable rent. Employee of Presa. Write Box A-270 this newspaper. WANTED ;o rent—4 or 5 room modern house, by Press employee and family. Reliable. Call 2600. 11. FOR SALE a. Ho'-johold Goods 8 PIECE dining room suite, $35. 2—»xl2 woof rugs with pads, $11 and $15. Sola bed with slipcovers, $10. Call 20047 after 4 p. m. 21" MOTOROLA television, antenna, rotor, TV table, complete, $200. Less than year old. Phone !(4it3. . . ' BEDROOM suite, complete. Phone 6606. TAKE over smnll weekly payments on 1956 21" console TV, now picture tub«. Phone 3922. For the GRADUATE Men's and Women's WATCHES Bui'en and Benrus 17 to 23 Jewel All Swiss movements. BEST CRAFTSMANSHIP Reduced over 25% $19.95 to $39.77 MONTGOMERY WARD CO. 412 E. Broadway Ph. 2900 MEAT slicer for sale. Ness Rental Service. Phono 5911. CHILD'S starter bicycle; 2 power mowers; swing set. 215 Scybold. Vi-TON trailer, stue'l bed, Uiillights, cheap. 901 W. Melbourne. 1954 41' 2-bcdroom housetraller, very good condition, $2500. 1525 McCarty Street. E55E-WAY frozen cimlard machine, used 8 months, like new, will sacrifice. Jack N. VaUghan, 701 Central St., Lafayette, Ind. USED 26" Coal furnace, blower, and stoker. Riley's Heating & Air Conditioning, 1314 E. Broadway. Phone 3437. e. Seeds, Plants SWEET potatoes and garden plants. McClnin's at Mexico, Indiana. f. Wearing Apparel MEN'S camouflaged raincoats, $1.!)5; child's, misses' and ladies' red or blue canvas washable oxfords, $1.85; women's summer pumps and women's pastel flat- ies, $1.95. Bargain Center, 322 Third. Open Sundays. CHUBBY DRESS size 14. Baseball slioes 714. Phone 3334; BEAT THE HEAT IN OUR COTTONS AT The Thrift Shop, 411 E. Market h. Wanted to buy WILL pay cash for small used upright or Spinet pianos. Phone 3397. FOR SALE 5 room house with oil heat and built-ins. 515 - 17th St. Price, $6,600. Immediate possession. H. Tuberty, Atty. Phiones 4749 or 3631. East Broadway All modern two story stone and frame home, wonderfully located 2726 E. Bdwy. 3 bedrooms, large living room with fireplace, dining room, hardwood floors up and down, beautiful oak woodwork, full basement, gas heat, garage, all A-l condition. This choice property to "sell soon"—and—you can make an "outstanding buy." App't only, immediate possession. Stadium Drive Three bedroom all modern well located in pleasant area and surrounded by good neighbors. Built in 1955. Hardwood floors, alum.- screens and storm windows, oil heat, lew maintenance, garage, immediate possession. We've been tellin' and we've been sellin'—We always need good listins, especially 2 and 3 bedroom homes nicely located. Also have many good prospects with smaller down payments besides some cash buyers! What do you have? Our pleasure to talk over your personal selling problems. To Buy or Sell It will pay you to toll- DaleW.McNutt YOUR REALTOR Office 2928 Eve. 2-1767 T3. REAL ESTATE NEW 3-bedroom U. S. Steel Homes available on V. A. loans at 2% down. Dial 2397. HOME with income by owner. Ph. 6638. \ „ Very Good 2 BEDROOM HOME Completely carpeted. Corner lot. North street. Large living room, dining room, nice kitchen, tile bath, enclosed porch. All on one floor. Garage. Immediate possession. FRANK T. MORRIS AGENCY, Inc. 125 Fourth St. Phone 3003 Logansport, Indiana, Pharos-Tribune FIfl«e» Duplex on northside. Good investment. $9,000. 4 bedroom home. Garage in basement. Extra good. $14,500. 6 room modern, home. Gas furn. Den, carport. Shown by appointment only. 0 room cottage and garage. East. $7,000, 5 room modern home, garage, lull basement, southsidc. $15,500 7 room, castend. $5,500. Will sell on contract. Modern home on East Broadway with apt. up. $12,500. Unfinished home. Will sell for $2,1)50. 4 apt, brick. Downtown location. Building lots on 25 north. Lots on High St. Rd. DOUGLAS MARTIN or ROSCOEMARTIN Realtor 202 Fourth ' Phone 4507 'OR SALE, for rent or on contract, 4-bedroom home, ^as heat, 2-car garage. 825 W. Miami, Logansport. Phone Marion, Ind., 62112. WE buy men's good used clothing, shoes and hats. Perfect Cleaners, 324 • 4lh. Phone 3610. 12 GOOD THINGS TO EAT b. Fruits, Vegetable! BERRY'boxes, 2'Ac each. Berries by appointment. Claude Kime, 3 miles east Twelve Mile, SEED and eating potatoes, apples, bananas. Sam Berkshire, 425 Clcott. Open evenings. 13. REAL ESTATE COTTAGE LAKE MAX1NKUCKEE All modern with furniture, one sail boat, one good row boat, good pier.. Best of location with 100-foot frontage. SEE HARRY 1CDGINGTON CULVER, INDIANA , o. House* IMMEDIATE possession, practically new one bedroom home, large living room, every convenience, gas heat, bargain at $8300 '' by owner. 415 nth. Inquire at 417 nth. Phone 4659. 3 BEDROOM Modern home. 2210 Otto. Nice kitchen, built 1954. Oil furnace. Full lot. FRANKT. MO'RRIS AGENCY, Inc. 125 Fourth Phone 3063 FOR SALE on contract, reasonable down payment, 8 room 2 apartment house in castcnd. Or can bo used as home. By owner. Write Box A-273 this newspaper. G-ROOM semi-modern, for sale by ow.ncr. 140« Wright. b. Lots RESTRICTED building lots. 1 mile from city. South on Highway 29. Phone 5-6590. LARGE lots, reasonable. 21851 or 56010. Phone BUILDING sites, any size, electri- .city, gas. Cash or contract. 7398. c. Farms 80 ACRE farm near Grass Creek. $20,000. Lloyd Jbfferies, Realtor, 403 East 13th. Rochester, Dial CA-36111. Winamoc War Vet Dies After Surgery W1NAMAC, Ind., May 31 — William Schmicker, 63, World War I veteran, died .Thursday afternoon at the Methodist hospital, Indianapolis, following surgery Tuesday. A native of Illinois, he had resided here approximately 40 years. He was married Oct. 7, 1919, to Katherine Gilsinger and was a member of the St. Peter's church and Holy Name society. Surviving are the wife; three sons, Richard, Robert and Joseph, of Winamac; three daughters, Mrs. Mary Freeman, Winamac; Mrs. Alvin Fox, Grass Creek; and Mrs. Kntherine Cooper, Monterey; 12 grandchildren; two brothers, Anthony and Joseph, Winamac; and two sisters, Mrs. Anna Hammes, Winamac, and Sister Mary Freda, Carthage, 0. Rites will be held at 10 a.m. Monday at the St.'Peter's church, Fathar Alex Leiker officiating. Burial will be in St. Pelor's cemetery. Friends may call at the Kennedy funeral home aflor. 4 p.m. Friday. SCORES— Gulp, Kay Davis, Barbcra Davis, Peggy Deardorf, Fred Foreman, Bob Fosler, Lance Freehafer, Marie Gallo, Madonna Guckien, Doris Gunter, Janet Haley, Kent Hall, Rosemarie Hall, JoAnn Hill, Brenda Hoover, Jim Huffman. Louie Irvin, Nancy Jackson, Donna Kleckner, Susan Lindley, Larry Long, Judy McCart, Ron Nazerine, Merland Noble, Barbara Novak, Susie Parker, Jim Paschen, Pat Pasquale, Gerry Renkeuberger, Madeline Ricciardi, Marilyn Ricciardi, Carol Richardson, Mary Riggle, Dale Ristedt, Joe Sabalini, Larry Sallee, Loren Saunders, Fred Schue, Jeanetta Sievers, Jerry Skinner, Don Smith, Tom Smith, Susie Sweet, Allen Thomas, Ellen Tucker, Elleanore Willy, Pat Wolf, and Ed Yeazel. Rings were presented by William Marocco to the six seniors—-Wel- jdon Bleiler, Louie Irvin, Merland Noble, Jim Paschen, Joe Sabatini, and Tom Smith—in the swing band. TJie juniors — Susan Acton, Boyd Bilger, Betty Flowers, Judy. Gray, Bill Kindig, Jane Meinzer, Nancy Talmadge, and Jim Watts — received sweaters. Art Club awards, presented by Rosemarie Hall, included special awards and pins to Helen Werner and Shirley Randolph; pins to Carl Pickens, Ruth Kline, Pat Madonna, Earl Rowe, and Sharon Taylor; INFANT FRY and certificates to Bor.ita Wake- Funeral services for Ricky Dole man,_DickCh_ambers_, Jim Dixson, J Fry, infant son of Wayne and FOUR INJURED— brakes, which apparently swung her car to the right. The station wafion went off on the right side and struck a tree, Davis said. He reported that the farm tractor was driven by Ray Noel, 4U. route 2, Walton, who was pulling out of the driveway at the 0. E. Finnoy farm on route 1, Walton. Autos driven by the Rev. Cecil R. Smith, 70, and Thurman Reed, both of Young America, were slightly damaged in a mishap in Young America at 4:15 p.m. Wednesday, Davis also reported. The deputy said they collided Woils and Paul Loner—Letters with one stripe. Coach Bob Sum presented tennis awards to Terry Hershberger— sweater; Jack Reedcr—letter with two bars; Joe Scagnoli, Ed Nichols, Mike Farrell, and Nelson Becker—letters with one bar. Baseball awards presented by Coach Hex Hunter included letters, 1st year, to Larry Cart, Billy Cuppy, Dave Dickerson, Larry Jones, Don Desler, Tom Shook, Jim Sweet, Allen Thomas, and Dave Lybrook, manager; jacket?, 2nd year, to Bill Platt, Joe Kasch, Ed Watson, Pat O'Connor, and Alan Killion and Charles Strecker, managers; blankets to Everett Thomas and Phil Berndt; gold baseballs to Harry Elliott, Dave Loner, and Fred Schue; and a sweater to Tom Castaldi. Track Coach Fred Kinder presented jackets to Joe Pugh, Bob Pugh, Ronnie Jones, and Joa Sampler, a blanket to Joe Sabatini, sweaters to Bryan Graham, Rex Harris, Bill Swislier, Jerry Hoov- err, and letters to Dick Sundy, Tom Hayward, and Dave Hart. Deaths and Funerals Bill Gifford, Janet Haley, Pat McIlwain, Felix Parkevich, Madeline Ricciardi, Marilyn Ricciardi, Jan- Claudette iForker) Fry, route 1, were condutced Friday afternoon at the McCloskey-Hamilton chapel. et Richardson, Betsy Watts, Bill ; Burial was made in the Fulton Schache, Rachel SUjgall, Jack Cun- . cemetery. ningham, Rosilia Looker, Jerry Kay Skinner, and Richard Smith. Cei'tiificates of membership in SAY Final rites for Cyni J. (Doc) the Student Council were present- j S aV,"r,2, VilS'/E. ed by Ron Mayhill. retiring presi- ; be conduc i ed llL 30 a . m . Saturday dent, and Terry Hershberger, pro-: at ' SL Vincent's church with Msgr. sident-elect, to Larry Arthington, Helen Austin, Tom Barnes, Paul John P. Schall officiating. Burial will be made in Ml. Calvary cemc- Beck, David Lowles Tom Brown, tel . y Friends m a y . ca]1 at { he cha Michael Carl, Eddie Closson, Mike > ' Cronin, Susannc Gulp, James Da-| vid, Dave Dickerson, Marilyn Dodrill, Mary Beth Easter, Harry Elliott, executive board member; Jill Fairman, Jean George, board • member; Roberta Hammontrco, Fred Hanna, executive board; Gene Hensell, Terry Hershberger, vice-president; Don Hope Margaret Huff, Nancy Jackson, Michael when Rev. Smilh, headed north! son ' B( -' lh ""imbaugh, Krika Ks- on Main street, started in the Cas.s circuit, court. 1 The trial opened Monday and the jury returned its verdict :il 4:25 p.m. Wednesday after deliberating 40 minutes. jGive Verdict For $3,715 Emory and Agnes Meyer wero awarded $3,715.54 by the Cass petit jury which heard the evidence in Jo U rdanrMarsha U "TesIer, "'fCarVn , l ' leir . f lai ™ gainst the estate of KesJer, Karen Kicsling. Richard the Iale Fred Baker for K13I.!K) Kricg, Nancy Luxem, Ronnie Mc- Falridge, Dave Lybrook, executive board; Nancy Miller, Marcella Minks, Betty Neese, R. J. Palmer, Joan Pasquale, Judv Polsi- r.clli, treasurer; Robcrl Pontius, Nancy Rozzi, Ronnie Schwering, Earl -Rowe. Nancy Shaver, Warren Shively, Wayne Shownllcr, Jose])h Smith, Judy Snyclcr, Sandy S'.mdy, Allen Thomas, Jim Tribbell, Mike Tuberly, Nancy Wilson, Kny Wolgamuth, Jcnnnic Yoder, Tom Green, Belli Lehman, Carol Phillips, Alice Jo Gear,' secretary; Hill Elinglon, Steve Whentley, Joe Snbntini, and Dave Baker, board members. Dramatics club pins were presented by Rod Embry lo Ann Grace, Mary Belli Easier, Ruth Kline, Barbara Novak, Patty Pasquale. Pally Baker, Nancy Jack- lo turn left! SCI>1 Ci)rol .vn Bailey, Carol Richa parked Tdson, Jon Hcrs-hbergcr, Tom j position on the west side of" Main, Knight, Allen Thomas. Jack Smith, headed north. ' Wuklon Bleiler, Ron Mayliill, Alan A mailbox at the Elmer Brndcn : Killion, Ear] Rowe, Allen Becker, Miami Farmer Dies After 6-Year Illness . PERU — Carl R. (Zeke) Grimes, 57, passed away after a* six year illness Thursday at his residence, route 4, Peru. The deceased was a farmer anil formerly operated an insurance and real estate agency. He was active in Miami county conservation projects. A member of the S!. Charles Catholic church and the Elks of Peru, he also belonged lo the Wabash Valley Coon Hunters club. Boni in New Waverly on August 27, M199, he was the son of William and Laura Jeffurs Grimes. He married Dorothy Gross in J'.ll'J. Surviving are: the wife; a daughter, Mrs. Carl Oldham, a son, Robert, of route, Peru; and three 11 IIIUJIUUA ut UI»J U.1I1IU1 LJLUUU1I • ------ --•-••-, •-•• .*__..*.. , • farm on route 3, city at the foot of -'orry Hoover, Carl Pickens, Tom \ grandchildren. The body was taken Spring Hill just southeast of Lo- I'ansport on U.S. highway 35, was struck by a. hit-and-run driver, Deputy Davis said. Davis was notified of the mishap Thursday morning by Braden, and investigated to find that the auto which hit the mailbox had skidded 177 feet before hitting it, then skidded sideways another 11 feet before coming to a slop crossways in tho highway. The deputy said part of the car was knocked oft by the mailbox and left ut the scene. FURNITURE LOANS UNCOLN FINANCE COMPANY Marie Sm,.h, Mg>, Phone 3299 CASH LOANS-REFINANCING. • YOU* CAK • APHIANCIS » rUKNITURI • HNSONAL mOPtRTV TOWN FINANCE CO. OVER BAZLEY'S MARKET LOGANSPORT, INDIANA h. «52 4tO'/i E. BroadwaV MODERN bungalow, long living room, 3 bedrooms, full basement, laundry, recreation room, full lot, garage. Ph. 3205. 5-ROOM house, ycnr old, low down payment. See after 4:00. 2809 George. Double-duty home, 5 rms, partial bath down, I) rm. apt. with complete bath up. $9500. Sec the possibilities STRECKER-BROWN AGENCY Phone -4303 HERE'S a buy for someone with "Do It Yourself Fever." 3 bedroom, den, living room, dinette, kitchen, utility room, 2 baths. Automatic oil heat. One block tu park and pool. Close to schools, markets and transportation,, Ph 90128 for appointment.. RENT an IROHRITE F«r« Unit $9.00 AUTOMATIC IRONER Includes free home « WEEK instruction Watch "Frontier" WFBM, 2:30-3:OQ Sunday ~ Iron rile AUTOMATIC HOMER Rex Shiiey, Phil Berndt. Fred Schue, Bryan Graham, Kent Hall, Carl Leccly, Joe Sabatini, John O'Neill. Harry Elliott, Tom Bennett, Janet Haley, and Rosemarie Hall. Carolyn Bailey presented three awards to members of I he Logansport high s-chiml Senate club. Bob to the Brookmnn funeral home, where final rito.s are pending. Songer Is New Head Of Waverly School; Engbuson to Maryland Whnrlon was honored for having j| submitted the best legislation; Bob ' •-, .. iii- • • huiiuuj, iiii. 1 } j LVfiuiivu IU iit'irflH a Pontius as- ouislamhng rehnnK; posilion as . lssistanl pru!c . Ktr nl sennor, ami T,,m Huslnn as U,c,[ h( , Univcrsity o[ „ lrvland . Hll .senator giving the brat service lo!, uil , ,,„ „,„',,„,, ,,„ •,,„..,.. ,, School Irustee Edgar K. Cart lo- day announced thai Ray D. Gngbu- .son, principal of New Waverly school, has resigned to accept a giving the clul). Quill and Scroll memberships and Ktild "L" pins were'presented by Francis Vim Allen . In Sue Klein and Sherry Tucker members of the Magpie and Tattler slaffs. Gold "I/ 1 pins wore presented to Sharon Nelier, Pal. Baker, Barbara Novnk, Ronnie Mnyhill, Allen Thomas, Ed Yeu/.el, and Jerry Skinner. Silver "L" pins were awarded to Sue Newton, Belli Brumbaugh, Fred Schue, Belly Neose. Mary Kern, Carolyn Bniley, Pat Corkcy, Bryan Graham, M;iry Kllcn Newman, Rosemarie Hall, Eric Johnson, Alice Jo Gear, Jill Billman, Mndonnn Giicltlcn, Pat Wolf, Gary Acton, Earl Howe, Jerry Dingc!- iloin, »!! of- the Tattler staff; and Pat Connors, Barbara Davis, James Flory, Lynn Rivers, Larry Hottel, Snncly Smith, and Ronnie Byers, Magpie stuff members. Bronze "I." pins for junior assistants wore presented to Charles Slrc'ckcr, Boyd Bilger, and Sieve Foreman. GAA awards were presented by Miss Shelton In Gerry Renkcn- bergcr, a trophy; Marilyn Ricciardi, Madeline llicciardi, Sandra Buyer, nnd Myra Siiybolcl, slate wall plaques; and a shield lo Helen Werner. Cheerleaders honored included Kay Davis, Nelson Becker, Glcnda Graham, Judy Cunningham, and Elaine Leslie. Golf awards presenred by Cnach Harold Jamison include a sweater with two stripes lo Don Bcssign- ano; Bob Wolfe and John While- letters with two stripes; and John i will be succeeded by Hardy R. ' Songer. school principal the past 'two terms at. Wnwnfcn, Ind. New coach at New Wavorly witt be Homer C'aughill, succeeding Joseph K. Boll who will remain on the staff as lencher of Socinl Science nnd Knxli.sh. CauRhill comes from Deer Crock school. Robert Adnms has resigned as music teacher; his successor has not been namctl. Clarence Clark and Robert Erbauch have resigned as grade school teachers. Long Illness Fatal To Denver Resident PERU — Jess Olinger, 79, n farm-laborer, died Thursday after a one year's illness at the Peru nursing home. He was born In Jefferson township, tho .son nf Lcvi and Kalhryn Schrock, OliiiRi-r. Only survivor i.s n brother, Charles, of Bellvic'w, Michigan. Final riles will be held at 2 p.m. Saturday at the McCain funeral home in Denver with the Rev. C. F. Golden In charge. Burial will bo made in Wcstlawn cemetery. Friends p may cull after 7 p.m. Friday. Mrs. Inez Kressley Of Cutler Expires Mrs. Inez Fay Kressley. 57, Culler, wife of Edward Krcssloy, died shortly afler noon Friday in Memorial hospital. Funeral arrangements are pcnd- ing. SALE~CATENDAR May 31—Joe's Auction T ce \ June 1—Stoney Pike Roller Rink Wnldron June 1—Jasper Fouls John A. Case, Auct. June 1—Mrs. Raymond Landis Rinehart & Sons, Auct. June 7. L. E. Grantham Weddington, June 8—Walter C. Landis Estate Rinehurt & Sons Auct. June 21—Lillie Newer Estate Weddington

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