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Logansport, Indiana
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Saturday, June 1, 1957
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LOGANSPORT PUBLIC LIBRARY Twelve Logansport, Indiana, Pharos-Tribune Hunt Missing Twin Brothers ORTING, Wash. (UP) — Hundreds of volunteers tramped across the countryside near here today searching for 21-month-old 'win boys who went walking with their dog and failed to return home. Airmen from nearby bases, local police and sheriff's deputies spearheaded the small army looking for Kerry and Kevin Yanasak of near Orting, about 40 miles south of Seattle. Scout dogs and bloodhounds were put on the search and portable field lights from nearby Fort Lewis were rushed in to aid in the search. "Everybody that even has a flashlight is joining in the search for the boys," said Fred Emard, Orting police chief. "We're going to keep at it until we find them." About 250 loci-1 men, 50 women and scores of Air Force personnel were taking part in the search. The Orting fire depart- men; set up a canteen where cake and coffee were served. The two boys left their home just north of here Friday afternoon with their small black dog trailing along. When they failed to return, Emard was notified. Emard enlisted the aid of volunteer searchers and servicemen. A helicopter from Fort Lemis swept over the area late Friday but returned at dark without spotting the missing youngsters, Korean Wife Flying To Husband's Bedside TOKYO (UP) — The 20-year-old Korean wife of an American soldier left with her young son today on a mercy flight to the bedside of her critically injured husband in Arkansas. Mrs. Tae Moon Cherry carried genily in her arms her son, Marvin, 1, whose sudden illness sent him to Tokyo Army Hospital Friday and made it uncertain they would be able to make the trans- Pacific trip. American Red Cross officials escorted mother and son to the DC6 specially chartered by the Army for the flight. They took off from Tokyo at 4:10 a.m. c.d.t. and expected to reach San Francisco at 2 p.m. c.d.t. Sunday. Cherry was reported near death in the Army-Navy General Hospital in Hot Springs, Ark., from injuries received in an automobile accident near his home at Monticello, Ark., last week. THE KETTLES AT STATE NEXT Airman Faces Charge/Car Kills Greek Hero ATHENS, Greece (UP) — Greek authorities today charged American Airman 3-C Marion Mousalli with "manslaughter by negligence" in the highway death o£ a Greek war-lime resistance hero. Greek police escorted Mousalli, of Benwood, W. Va., from police headquarters where he spent the night to the office of the prosecutor to hear the charge. Police guarded the U.S. Embassy hut there were no incidents. Victim of the traffic accident was Gen. Stafanos Sarafis, coir.- mander-in-chief of the war-time Greek Communist underground army. Sarafis was killed and his English wife, the former Mary Briscow, was injured when Mou- salli's American car struck them in the Athens suburb of Alimos. Packaged Sandwiches Kill One, Score III TAMPA, Fla. (UP)—Health authorities today awaited a labora- i tory report expected to show the type of bacteria in packaged sandwiches believed to have kilied one woman and given food poisoning to at least 25 others. C. E. Phillips, associate director of the county Health Department, said preliminary tests revealed tile presence of staphylococcus bacteria which he said probably originated from human infections, such as body sores or throat or nasal disorders. Hold Memorial Rites For Amelia Earhart MfAMI '(UP) — Ceremonies marking the 20th anniversary of Amelia Earhart's ill - fated flight around th e world will be held here today. Miss Earhart left here June 1, 3M7, on her 27,000 - mile flight. She flew from here to Venezuela and Brazil and then over the South Atlantic. She was last heard from over what she thought Was Howlond Island. MENINGITIS KILLS TOT INDIANAPOLIS (UP) — Ten- months-old Torre Hcidy (lied of spinal meningiti Friday, only a few hour after he became ill. The neighbor wore advised to liike stilfa treatment to prevent (spread of the infection. Galvesron WSCS of EUB Church sponsored a fellowship supper for their May 1 meeting. The tables were decorated with spring flowers,- WSCW cutouts and ribbons. After the supper the following program was given in the sanctuary. Organ prelude by Mrs. Monell Hardin; • congregational song, an accordion solo by Miss Kathy Wright; scripture by Mrs. Valti Couk; prayer by Mrs. Minnie McDonald: and solo by Mrs. Ruth Schambacher. Mrs. Marjorie Reidenbgch introduced the speaker, Mrs. Nellie Engle, home missionary of Dayton, Ohio, who gave a talk and showed slides about work that is being done at Ybor City, Fla. Re». E. E. Reidenbach gave the benediction. George Brochus, graduate of Galveston high school, was among the students honored for outstanding acheivemcnt at the University of Michigan. He received, the David Aspland scholarship and Juniors in the College of Engineering. He was also elected to membership in Eta Keppa Nu, National Electrical Engineering honorary. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Brochus and is married to the former Miss Alice Saylor. Lincoln WSCS met at the home of Mrs. Dorothy Lymas. Mrs. Ola Bevington was in charge of Federation of Methodist Women program. She explained its orgitf, pur- po.se, and plan. Seventeen attended. Devotions were led by Mrs. Leon Lynas and the lesson, "We Give Because We Love," was given by Mrs. Bevington, assisted by Mrs. Wilma Jones and Mrs. Ruth Armstrong. A pledge service was held with each member lighting a candle and pledging their service Tor the coming year. The meeting closed with a prayer, then refreshments were sreved. Parker Fennelly, the new Pa Kettle, and Marjorie Main in a scene from "The Kettles on Old MacDonald's Farm" next at the State. May Civil Penalties Total Record $2,133 A record $2,133 in civil penalties for overweight trucks was assessed in the local justice of the peace court in May, it was revealed Saturday when the monthly report of state cases was filed by the court withd County Auditor Richard Gobi. The auditor received a check for $3,674,-more than double the previous record high as a result, o! the overweight truck cases. In addition to the civil penalties, which _go to the state, the report included $629 in fines and $342 in state prosecutor fees, all of which go to the state, and ?570 in county prosecutor fees, which go to the county general fund. The 17 overweight truck cases during the month included several with exceptionally heavy loads, resulting in large civil penalties. Burlington Burlington American Legion Auxiliary met Wednesday night at the home of Mrs. Lucille Ten Brook 4-H roundup at Purdue, June 5-7, were MLsses Sandra Bell, Marilyn Hendrix, Bethan Guge, Darrell Elsea, John Lonnan, William Powell. Edwin Cox, graduate of the 1957 class, has been awarded a 4-H scholarship in..School of Agriculture at Purdue. Cox, president of the Carroll County 4-H Tractor Maintenance club and the County Junior Leaders organization, won the scholarship with outstanding achievement in dairy projects, 4-H activity and leadership. Mr. and Mrs. .Carl Flora, who'^S friends. Winomoc Relatives of Thomas Garigan who will leave -during the weekend, for his commencement exercises at U. S. Military Academy, West Point on Tuesday and for his wedding on June 8, to Miss Catherine'Smith of Montgomery, Ala., whiph will take place in the Cnapel, at West Point, are Mr. and Mrs. Michael Garigan and sons Michael and Dan, Mrs. Margurite Murray and Mrs. George Ortman of Winamac, Mr. Dan Murray, of Indianapolis, Mrs: Helen Murrray of South Bend, Mr. and Mrs. Vincent Murray and children Katie, Pat and . Margaret . of Elwood, Mr. and Mrs. Efiward Conroy of Logansport and Mrs. Robert Peters and children Kathy and Tommy of Lafayette. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Novak and son, Bruce! have moved into one of the Russell houses, on Riverside Drive. They came here from North Riverside,. 111. Mr; and Mrs. Elston Adams of Crown Point are spending the weekend at their cottage in Linns Park. Mrs. Nancy Orr will leave Sunday, to spend a month at Sunnyvale, Calif., with her son and daughter-in-law'Mr. and Mrs. Robert Orr and family. Mrs. John ' Stamper and • daughter, Sandra, came home Thursday, after a visit in Detroit, Mich., with Mr. and Mrs. Howard Stamper. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Nicklin of Muncie spent Friday here visit- Mr, and Mrs. Frank HilgSmeir of Indianapolis are spending the weekend in their home, here. Mr. and Mrs, William M. Owen and daughter, Terry, of Lafayette, spent Thursday in the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. William D. Owen. They were accompanied home by Carolyn Owen for a two weeks visit. Mr. and Mrs. Mose Dills and children of Gary spent Thursday with Mr. and Mrs. Russell Dilts. Guests Thursday in the home of Mrs. Mae Guss were Mrs. James Mergl, Sr., and Mr. and Mrs. James Mergl, Jr., of Chesterton, Mrs. Marion Langston, in honor nfiMrs. Charles Barrett and son, with ' Mrs." Betty "Flora 'presTdinlj "ncla Johnson. Mrs. Gail Davis'.Dale, of East Gary, Mr. and Mrs. Officers nominated for 1957-58! P^ysd a medley of songs on the Joe Duncan and children and Mr were Javannah Swain, president; W™, and Mrs. Veaux Bowman Earl Duncan, of Hobart, Mr., and lives east of Burlington, have announced the recent marriage .of their daughter Linda to J. I. Johnson, son of Mr. and Mrs. John I-. Johnson, living west of Burlington. The bride is a graduate of North- weslern high school. Danny Hinkle, son of Mr. and Mrs. Rex Hinkle, northwest of here, was returned lo' Vis home Monday in the Carter ambulance from Methodist hospital, Indianapolis. He is recovering nicely from a hip operation. A miscellaneous shower was held Tuesday night at the home of Edith, Davis, first vice president; Lucille Ten Brook, second vice president; Betty Flora, secretary; Elsie Parker, treasurer; Edith White-man, chaplain; Eva Davis, historian; Roxie Bowman,, sergeant-at-arms. • Gold Star mothers were given potted plants. Refreshments were served to 16 members and two guests. Co-hostesses were Blanche Achor and Grace Bowman. Mr. and Mrs. Devon Alters and sons Lannie and Neal went to Washington D. C. on their vacation last week. First four grades of Burlington gave a reading, "Foolish Questions," accompanied by Mrs. Davis. The-bride was assisted in opening her gifts by her two aunts, Sheila and Karen EHer. Refreshments, of punch, cookies, nuts and mints were served to 45 ladies. Co-noslesses were Mesdames Florence Bowman, Janice Anderson, Kathleen Bozworth, Anna Cox, Martha Bozwor'.h. Edith (Gail) Davis, and Knthern Rhine. Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Taylor and family have moved into their pro- nerty, on the south edge of Burlington, which was recently pur- school, 1'13 in all, enjoyed a Penn-. chased from Elvis Broadley. VANDALS DAMAGE CHURCH LAFAYETTE (UP) — Rifle(hooting vandals celebrated Memorial Day by shattering 13 storm windows and damaging two imported stained glass windows at St. Ann's Roman Catholic Church here. Tile Rev. Leo Mcl-Ialo, pastor of the church, estimtacd replacement cost at $3,'000. Smihiii lilcln for iUATMNO VR8- TIIKTUC AND rmiVBWA'Y KX- TUNSIONM.KTC., AT II. H. TOHT OPMICK, l-OliANHPORT, INDIANA will bti rocalvml until 2:01) I'.M.. O.H.T., (3-«(l I'. M.. rr.D.H.T.) JUNK ]*, llir.7 111 Room S7H, U H. Courl- licHimi. Chlciiifo 4, Ililnnl*. iinil Uimi publicly oponeil In Hoom R75. Information eunoornliitf bidding' ilocuiaimtH may l,tt uhlftlnmf from (a) Clnnttnil y«rvU:o« AilinlntHtra- tloii, Knidiin ''. r,75 IT. H. Courl- hoiiKO, OlilciiBo -1, llllnulx; (li) C'.tiHliHllttn of tltn liutidtnif project. Burnettsville Mr. and Mrs. Max Allen and family, of Manchester, and Mr. and Mrs. Harold Mertz were guests Thursday' of C. M. Mertz, who celebrated his 04th birthday. Mrs. Emma Douglas is a patient at .White County Memorial Hospital. Monticellb. Mrs. Ida Leslie who has been visiting Mr. and Mrs. Charles Brechbie! left for Camdcn Tuesday evening to spend a few days with Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Brechbiel before returning to her home in Indianapolis. Miss Wilma Nolt, of Manchester, was a weekend guest of Rev. Derwood Troxef and molhor. James Maddock entered St. Joseph hospital, Logansport, for x- rays Sunday. He returned home Sunday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Daviri Gochenour, of Logansport, were dinner guests Wednesday o( Mr. and Mrs. Charles Brcchbiel. Mr. and Mrs. Galen Davidson and children, and Mrs. Ruby Me Leland called on Mr. and Mrs Brcchbicl Tuesday evening. Mrs. Don Heiny and daughters spent Die weekend with Mr. ant Mrs. William McLeland. Mr. nnd Mrs. Ralph Brechblcl spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Brcchbiel, of Great Lakes. Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Bushcr and family were guests. Sunday ol Mr. and Mrs. Mary Shcrcr, ol South Bend. . Mr. and Mrs. Harry Gardner and Mr, and Mrs. Ronald Brcch- bicl were dinner guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. Charles McCon- ncl at Lafayette. Mrs. Ed Eldrcge is- a patient in Memorial hospital, Logansport. Read the Classified Ads JUST ARRIVED A large shipment of tropical FISH AND AQUARIUM PLANTS STOCK YOUR AQUARIUM NOWI WHILE SELECTION IS LARGE This week special.. ZEBRAS 50c a pair ROBINSON'S AQUARIUM 701 W. MIAMI sylvania train ride from Flora to Logansport just before school ended for summer vacation. The bus drivers, Ross Meter, Lester Ehrman, Jim Ggue, met the children -in Logansport and took them lo the Central Fire station, and Coca Cola Bottling company. Adulls who accompanied them were Mesdames Harold Bailey, Earl Rodkey, Keith Snyder, Keith Addison, George Mcllrath, .Bud Anderson, Clary Barnes, Gene Davis, V-erline Long, Bryan Huffer, Dale Malmdy, Thomas Ehrman, Louis Stout, Harold Morrison, Earl Oyler,-Don Catron, Raymond Huffer, Q. L. Gilbert and Misses Wilma Mcllralh nnd Dolores Flora. Members of the American Legion .Auxiliary reported a tine response to '.he annual sale of poppies Friday nnd Saturday, Total of $10<! were collected. Javannnh Swain was chairman. Earl Rodkoy has been quite ill this week wilh tin inner ear infection. . Mrs. Beulah Butcher has accepted a position a.s cashier with Chew's grocery. She will begin her new duties Monday morning. Burlington Home Demonstration clubs attended a luncheon . at the home of Mrs. Charles Huffer, in Flora, last Tuesday afternoon. Mr.s. Fred Rodkey and Mrs. Keith Sing prepared the food and froze it on Monday, to demonstrate the lesson on frozen foods. Mrs. Clark Metsger presided. Mrs. Fred Rodky explained the history of the song of the month, "Carry Me Back to O'd Vlrglnny." Accompanied by Mrs. Harold Pullen, members sang the song. Mrs. Stout gave the safety lesson. Mrs. Earl Hoag won the door prize and Mrs. Raymond Huffer won the contest. Miss Sue Allen Carey, daughter of Sheriff and Mrs. C. L, Carey underwent an emergency operation last Wednesday night at Memorial hospital, Logansport. They nre- moving to Burllnglon. Burlington Township <I-H members selected to attend the annual Mr. and Mrs. Dale MaCurdy and Mrs. Ray Rans and, children and Clifford Rans. Mr. and Mrs. R. L. McElroy are making their home here, at the Cozy Motel, while lie is employed as office manager of Sneehan Construction Company. Lambda Sigma Chi club wil! entertain their husbands, Tuesday evening, with a picnic supper at Ideal Beach. Mrs. Ola Daniels of Hollywood, Fla., is here for a visit in the home of her cousin, Mrs. Guy Hall. Daily vacation Bible-School, will open at the Winamac Nazarcne Church, Monday, June 3 and will continue to June 14. Teachers will be, Superintendent, Mrs. Thomas Voyles of Mishawaka, classes Rev. son have returned home from a'and Mrs. Truman Carter, Miss vacation trip through Canada. Carolyn Carter, Mrs. Duniel Neff ~~ • and Mrs. Nathan Ryan with oth- n ATI f\ -i- iii id's as assistants to each of Ihc Read The Classified Ads i teachers. WEEK END SPECIALS Anael Fish $1 pair Sunset Variatus .. .$1 pair Cherry Red Swords $1 pair Gold Swords $1 pair Red Wag Swords $1 pair Tuxedo Swords . . .$1 pair Open 9 to 9 Including 1 Sunday Blue Moons 75c pair Cresent Moons . ,75c pair Salt & Pepper Moons 75c pair Green Swords ...75c pair Marble Mollies ...$1 pair Black Mollies $1 pair GADDIS AQUARIUM 411 E. Ottawa Phone 2268 Find Woman Living in Junk-filled Home With Dead Daughter NEW -YORK (UP)—A 65-year- old woman was found in a junk- jammed ' Bronx house today talking to the body of her daughter, who died three weeks ago, police reported. "Don't wake daughter, Gentlemen," Mrs. Wilhelmiria Koehler told police as they broke into the second-floor bedroom in which she sat, "She's tired and needs a lot of rest." The daughter, Mrs. William K. Elliott,'^ 38, was Propped up in bed in a room littered with what appeared to be a pack-rat collection of at least 50 years. Detective Sam Rubenfeld said some $20,000 in insurance policies and stocks were found in the house, along with $82 in old, large-sized currency "-but not a single dollar in modern currency." "The house was filled with junk from top to bottom," Rubenfeld said, "there were ,gas bills and newspapers dating back to before the turn of the century. I don't think anything had been removed from the house in 50 years." Police said the daughter had been treated rectnly for acute yellow jaunrice. Her body was removed to Jacob! Hospital morgue for an autopsy to determine the cause of her death. The mother was laken to Bellevue Hospital. Saturday Evening, June I, 1957. Review Board Will Convene The Cass county Board of Review will begin its annual 40-day session at 9 o'clock Monday morning in the office of County Assessor J. Stewart Buchanan. Members of the board are Edgar F. Snyder and Orville Thompson, appointees of the circuit court judge; Treasurer Clarence Settlemyre, Auditor Richard Gohl and Assessor Buchanan, The board's main function is to equalize the assessments of properly between individuals and between different assessing divisions within the county. Members of the board also will review petitions for reassessment and pass upon petitions for exemption. Anyone who has any complaints about his property assessments should.do so while the board is in session . instead of waiting until taxpaying time when it is too late to make any changes in them, Assessor Buchanan announced. Read the Classified Ads Court Notes Mrs. June Harmon was granted a divorce from Donald Harmon by Judge Clifford Wild in circuit court Friday. They were married March 29, last •year, and separated in October. She was represented by Attorney Charles Anderson. The trial of the suit of Leavcll and Bates against Albert Miller on a promissory note was set down Friday by Judge Wild for June 17 in the Cass circuit court. Card of Thanks I want to thank my friends for their prayers and the beautiful cards and flowers during my illness in the Memorial Hospital. Mrs. Anna George 516 E. Market St. Card of Thanks We wish to thank the Memorial Hospital Staff and Dr. Gabreth, also the Fisher Funeral Home, Pallbearers, Friends, Relatives and Neighbors who did so much during the loss of our dear father. Mr, and Mrs. Harry Kerns Mabel Arion Frank Hardv Jim White Fire Insurance Ph. 2491 Cord of Thanks We sincerely want to thank our wonderful neighbors and friends for their many kind expressions of sympathy and for taking over 1 our farming and planting during our recent bereavement. —Mr. and Mrs. Elbert Balsbaugh and Sharon. In Memory of. Edward C. Quirin who Jeft us one year ago June 1: They say time heals all sorrow And helps us to forget, But time so far has only proved How much we miss you yet. God gave Us courage to bear the blow And for what it meant to lose you, No one wil! ever know. Sadly missed by Mrs. Beulah Quinn and family. . In Memory Of our husband, Father and Grandfather, George J. Dietl, who left us seven years ago June 2. Sadly missed by wife, daughter and grandchildren. Mrs. Bertha Dietl, Mr. and Mrs. Francis Hershberger and children. Cord of Thanks We wish to thank our friends and neighbors. Rev. Father Nels, Msgr. Maurice Foley, Father Donald Vernon, Pallbearers, Kroegcr Funeral Home, St. Joseph Hospital Nurses, Dr. King, City Building Employees and everyone who helped in any way for kindnesses, floral offerings nncl. cards, during illness and death of our husband and father. > Mrs. Leo Trullman and son, Leonard Notice The Office of DR. B. C. KERKHOVE Cunidvn, Indliina Will Be Closed During June. Is breathing important for walls? Yes-. . . experts confirm the need for masonry 1o absorb airand expell it ... but not moisture. Thus the SILCON- ITE treatment: insures "Dry Walls", eliminates ugly stains, costly dam-age from sweating, and In subzero weather- Freezing H avoided. • Water Shield "A" Silconite with General Electric Silicone NO MORlE WATER DAMAGE Call today 3768 . . . .1026 Vine St. MARTIN COAL CO. GERANIUMS 25i: and up Petunias, Colons, bedding plants for flower boxes nnd garden Hardy Mums. Vegetable and flower plants, Hie best and disease resistant varieties. Spray material!*, Statlcr's nnd Rapid Gro. Plant foods, pnut moss. Markert's Greenhouse 1529 Pleasant Hill No Delivery Chocolate Chip Special! Schlosser's Ice Cream A Delicious Tasty Treat Pint • 30C Quart 5¥C V4 Gal. 8VC PHOTO FINISHING Film brought in before 70'a. m. week days ready by 6 p. m. same day. U. S. POSTAL STATION NO. 2 BURKS Store Hours: Sun., 8 a. m. to T2:30 noon— 5 p. m. to 10:30 p. m.— Week Days: 7:30 a. m. to 10:30 p. m. THIRTEENTH & BROADWAY PHONG 5966 We Want You To Know! We want you to know how very much we appreciate the business you have given us. We have tried hard to serve you well and we always will. Wo would not be serving you properly if we did not tell you that NOW is the time to order your fuel for next season. Will you phono us at your convenience so we can talk it over? Alder Coal & Fuel Oil Co. 1403 Woodlawn Ave. Phone 4422 SPECIAL for SAT. and SUN. MER-DH. ICE CREAM BUTTERSCOTCH RIPPLE ECONOMY % GALLON PLASTIC PAK FUDGE RIPP1E IBERTS' DRUG STORE 1830 East Broadway QUALITY Qft_ Vi GALLON «**«• Phone 3854 All Home Talent! Chronicle Printing Co, QUALITY PRINTING IS NOT EXPENSIVE » PJione 4362 What a castl The most delicious entertainment in town ... rehearsed and ready for booking in your own home freezer! Bring down the house — take home a package of your DAIRY QUEEN favorites todayl »•!*»). DAIRY OUCCH MA I I O H A t DCVCtO^WCNI CO. DUIRV QUEEN 1800 E. MARKET Roy L. Crume GENERAL AUCTIONEER • Farm Sales • Household Good* • Real Eslate 1735 South Dixon Road Kolcomo, Indiana PHONE COLLECT: Gl. 26619 Kokomo, Indiana FOR SALE RESIDENCE Located nt 1717 North Street, Logansport, Indiana 2 slory wilh 7 rooms, 5 down with full hath and 2 up, with plenty of closet space; kitchen has built-in cupboards and sink; closed-in back porch; improved roof and .flale siding. Immediate Possession This properly will be sold lo Ihc hiKii bidder nl the office of the TRUST DEPAKTMKNT of TIIK NATIONAL BANK OF LOGANSPORT, 301% Fourth Street, LoKimsport. nt 2 P. M., WEDNESDAY, JUNK 5, 3957, subject lo full installment of 1951! Inxes payable in 1957, for not less Hum this full appraised value thereof. Such appraisement can bu obtained al the office of the Trust Department of this Bank. TERMS: $500.00 down on day of sale.and bnlance when deed and abstract arc ready. Purchaser will receive -Admlnislralnr's deed and abstract will show a clear, unincumuercd, merchantable title. We reserve the right lo reject any and all bids. WALTER A. STOLL ESTATE The Naliounl Bunk of LoKuniiuort, Administrator. 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 Ywir Property With Fansler Realty Co. TO BUY. . .TO SELL. . .TO TRADE FARM LOANS-F.H.A. LOANS-G.I.LOANS-CONVENTIONAL LOANS Fansler & Stepp, Insurance & Real istate 915 tart 9th St., Kech««t»r, Ind. . PHONES CA 3-2219 and CA 3-5416 LOGANSPORT PUBLIC LIBRARY

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