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Logansport, Indiana
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Wednesday, July 3, 1957
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Fourteen Logansport, Indiana, Pharos-TWbune American Family Menu, ALL-AMERICAN Fourth of July dish U ihlx temp^n* *H»eml>ly •f beans, frankfurters and 'burgers lopped with tasty relish. watermelon, coffee, tea, milk. BY GAYNOR MADDOX, NBA Fowl and Markets Editor Indoors or out, frankfurters hamburgers, baked beans, cole slaw and watermelon add up to a patriotic menu for your Fourth o, July. "Molasses wax an essential ingredient in American independence," John Adams wrote U Oeorgc Washington. It's essential, too, in these American barbecue recipes. All-American liarhecue Sauce (% cup) One-quarter cup prepared'must- ard, 'A cup unsulphured molasses, 3 tablespoons cincgar, 2 tablespoon- 1 Worcestershire sauce, 1 teaspoon tabasco. Put mustard and then molasso? In a 3-eup measure. Add remaining ingredients; mix well, four into jar; cover tightly. Store at room temperature m in refi«trat«r. Sauce will store indefinitely. (jlilrk Old-Paxlilimurl Kcllxh Add '/i '.-up ba«ic barbecue sauce to each ',-1 cup pickle relish 'used, Top hroil or grilled hamburgers or frankfurters. ttote: Barbecue sauce may also he used to brush on chicken, hamburgers r>r frankfurters during baking, broiling or grilling. Total recipe will yield enough for I! broiler- fryer chickens, or 12 to J8 frankfurters ur hamburgers. JiuruKcue linked Ileuim (/2 »erylni{»l Three cans M. pound each) baked bean*, 2 cdiiii 120 ounce!! each) kidney bcanii, 'ft-tab All-Americiin barbecue sauce, tomato slices, 0:1-j in a foil packet and carry It with Take four little boys, their young mother and father, the dog, the family car, a sack of picnic victuals and a few rolls of foil and you have the makings of a good Fourth of July outing. John W. Fearn told us how he does It in the beautiful Marin hills across the bay from San Francisco, ."Strong (juilted foil is essential," he said, adding, "and, of course, my wife and uur four buys." Here are a few of his day-ia-thc- country suggestions:, 1. Any firebox, fircplace'or grill gives off more heat when the flrt is made directly on a sheet of foil. Makes fur easy disposal of the ashes, also. 2, Jn genera) no cooking utensils except a grill are needed. A flat shcel of foil on the grill will take care .of bacon, eggs, (oa«t and "rlsd potatoes. You'll have no pans In wash. Be sure lo always have n frmill c.up shaped to cover yrwr '1st and serve as a howl for drippings. frmten Veglahles in fall: G'enlcr and Mrs. Junior King and family all of Flora. Also present were Mr. and Mrs. Delos King and family, of Mulberry; Mr., and Mrs. William. Hawkins and family of Anderson; Mr. and Mrs. Jack Zoschke and family of Indianapolis, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Shields and family of Monticello. Guests were'Mrs. Addie Burns, Mrs. Sally Flora, Mrs. NeJlie Hawkins, all of Flora; Mr. and Mrs George Burns and family of In dianapblis; Howard Skipps of Ox ford and Mr. and Mrs. Sherman Brown of Boswell. Mr. and Mrs. Gene Hipsher and two daughters, of Si. Petersburg, Fla., arrived"Monday, /.or a ^isit with her mother, Mrs. .Lucy Krauss, and other relatives in this area. Scouls spending the- week at Camp Buffalo are Bobby Crispen, Darrell Hoffman, Darrell Miller, Jim Mason, Slewarl DeBrnicker, Tom "Langston, Rick McClure, Bill Itoot, Carl 'Moore, David Imler and Ronnie Sibray, second year campers. Donnie and Robert Campbell, Cad Humbarger, Jim'Eller, Bill Wason, Allan Gish, Jerry Humphreys,, Jerrie Shanks, and Johnnie Ayres, first wear campers. Kent King, Stewart DeBruick'er, Jim Wason 'and Tom Langston, members of. the Flora Scout troop will leave July 8 to attend . the Fourth National Jamboree to be hekl at Valley Forgo, Pa., from July 12-18. En route to the Jamboree, the scouts will spent! one day al Washington D. C. On July 11 the group will leave Valley Forge by speciaj bus for. a three-hour ride around Manhattan Island, a guided tour of the Empire Slate Building and a visit lo the United Nalions, The scouts will reach Valley Forgii'op July 10 and set up camp. Customers to Pay Steel Price Hike 4 Killed in Carrier Fire MARSEFLLES, France (UP)—A huge fire broke out on the 40,000-' ton U.S. aircraft carrier Lake Charaplain- here today. Four persons, three of them crew members and one a French dock worker, were reported killed. The Lake Champlain and two destroyers arrived here from Italian waters tor. a 13-day visit to this Mediterranean port. Ninety minutes after its arrival it began unloading automobiles onto launches which were to carry them to land. Fire broke out in one .at the launches and quickly spread to the after' end ot the carrier. Smoke rose several thousand feet into the air while spilled gasoline began flaming on the wafer itselt. French lifeboats put oat the fire which lasted 2*6 hours. Actual damage to the carrier itself was light and the main blaze was confined to the launches; Investigate Death Of Woman in Car FOBT WAYNE (UP) — Allen County Coroner Dr. Edgar Mendenhall Tuesday night ruled death due to carbon monoxide jjolsoning in the case of Mrs. June Osborn, 10,. whose body was found a few hours earlier in her car in a garage here. Mrs. Osborn's body, her ankles taped together and tape on her wrists, was lying on the front seat of tho car in the garage she-Had rented only Monday. The ignition key was on and one of the car windows was rolled down a few inches. The . main door to the garage was closed, bill a side door was wide open, Teacher Acquitted of Breaking Pupil's Arm Plans to Leave Town KNOXVILLE, Iowa (UP) — A young mathematics teacher made plans today to leave nearby Melcher in the wake of his acquittal on charges he broke a student's arm. James Bulwan, 32, was found innocent Tuesday after •• a jury deliberated *5 minutes on charges brought against him by Anthony Schultz, 14. . • Schullz testified that Bulwa-n dragged him out of his seat to haul him to the principal's office during an altercation in class. Bulwan threw him against a door, loosening three teeth, and the two "fell down in the superintendent's office and that's where the arm was broken," Schultz said. Bulwan, who commutes from Des Moines to the high school in Melcher, took the stand in his own I Beams-Channels Meryis Steel Co., Kokomo Phone 4121 In Memory of our mother, Mrs. Lilian Baldwin, who passed away 10 years ago July 4th: Mother iJear, your face was worn with pain and tears, Of saddest memories through the years; But Jesus took a hand one day, Ho took you home. The pain-and tears He wiper! away. Sadly missed by Esther and Bob. defense and admitted pulling the boy out of his seat and shoving Schultz through the classroom door, fie did nothing further, Bulwan said. Acquitted on assault and battery charges, Bulwan said he would not return to'Melcher to (each in the fall, but would move to' Colorado to continue, his schooling. Notice Dr. Koffel Chiropractic office will be closed'July 1st until July 8th. For frit Bwt in Wiring CALL 3259 DALE L. ISAACS HI W. Ottawa Wednesday Evening, July 3, 1957. Myers Greenhouse. Dial 3996 Card of Thanks We wish to thank our neighbors, friends, and relatives for their flowers, cards and expressions of sympathy shown to us in our recent loss of husband and father —The Marion K. Shuman family. In Loving Memory of Eleanor Pesaresi who passed away July 3, 1953. Always missed by husband, Albert Pesaresi. ALCOA Aluminum Siding Glen Reid's A&A 511 Eric Av». Phon* 3650 SUFFOCATES IN OATS KOKOMO (UP)—Funeral serv- NEW YORK (U'P)—Most stool I ices will he held here Friday for block of froxun vcKaluhliiK in of heavy-duty, 14-inch broiler loll. .Spread generously wllh but. fir or margarine; xcaRon with nail, S«al foil lightly into a flut, roomy >aci<cL. /'lace on cnnjH; turn every minutes. Cook about 20-28 mln- ul(!.s, i Works wdl for fro/on puim, cumin, nfrltiK bcnim, foahy appliance rriimufucLuri.T mild: 'We cKtrmalc the Btwl price- Increase will mid approximately i2,5M>,(X)0 til our costs. The price 'ncroo.ii! will nlno bo reflitclwl In pmduclH vie. l)iiy." corn-ul f-coli, mlxwl vc^utubluii and nplnacli.) Murfnutc your ulnuk Imfnrclmnd ion rlnxx. Kinply h'iariK Into nkillet or ':»»unroll, 1 ; ilir In molasses Ijm'liecuc laucn. Kirnrniii' In Hki!lfil on top of r»iiK« 20 (rilnules; or cover rind }jake in ftkil'c 1 ,' or c;i»,'i(!rol(; In hot oven <Vi"i (l':H,tKi:« K. i .'10-40 mill- ulcH, Top with truriiito nlli.'<!,i and onion rlnijx. •J'OMOItKOW'H 11 A K It K C U K DINNJCK: fiiirlwcued li;miliuriji:rn wll.li olil-fiiffhlonini nilliili, Ijartre- cued linke<i hcariK, wanned roll«, butter or m;irH;ii'(ne, cole slaw, you In the Kiime packet. All the mwil will be rrmrlnuled lliiii way. Knur your xtuakx flrxt on the open Will, then rlnlnh them on a flliwt of i|iillt«i| broiler foil. Kuepn drip- pinK« out of tho coulx und preventx flnri.'-upx and Kmoko. TOIWOHKOWH filNNKlt: Clliir- coal broiled Mlnak, potatoe« linked in quilled uliimlninn foil, mixed fro'/.on vefjetiilile.i cookoil In foil, liiittercd rollH, wholo Inmriliwx, mil. plis walnut cuke, lianiiiHiH, uppleii and piHirx, Kiiflui;, I.en, milk. Flora Donald rjrall, 17, of route ;' Flora was charged wl(h running red llfjlit nlKtr :t minor c<illl«l< Sunday afternoon In I,oj;nnxporl. Mrs, Hazel Clark liuit been IK iriltted In Memorial l(o»)illnl, f,( liandjiorl. Mr, and Mrx. Hale Holler i>ml Tommy vlsllcd YMC\ camp ot T(i- t'limiich Saturday night. Sunday afternoon 'Tommy Clarlt, fitiive Holler, Alan Ayrex, and Inn rimllli returned from tv/o woelu of camjilnj; in Camp 'IV.'iiimieli, Ned (iuyor spent one week there. Mm, .leiin Smith mid daug'it'.'r, Janalio, and Mix Dale liullci.' and fi«n>8l(!V» wen: In Chicago <•.- Jlifilil nnd Wedno.'idny. Mr,i, Hobert Looker of near Morn Jx showing linprovemenl at HI, H- llxabeth honpHal, l,afnye!te, Kjieiidlng lli« holiday at the mirn- tnur home of Mr. anil Mr«. Wlllliun J.eUer ul Sandy flench, I,»lat I'Vee. fliao will be Mr, and Mi'rt, Noln T'lnney, Mr, and Mr», William finr. rl«on, Mr, and Mm. Oluirlex fJilnn, Wr. mid Mm. J'lvurell Cuclirnn, •MoiiduHKW Ada Kgan, Onii Splller, JvllllMll (illOll, (lllllBVH lidCli, H«l'- thii NlewerUi uml Mls« Olnilys A four-way Little- I.eaKlio tourney will liy hold In Delphi, July 20-zy, Jack I,Ittle will bo louniiiment jnanugKt. Teama eom])e|ln« will in; from fliirii, Krankfurl, West I,;.. (aynUit, nnd l)el|ihl, (iii'iDtx rucenlly nl lint homit ol 'Wr. nud Mm, (leorgis FJuni ;md •Jim, Houtheitiil nf Klora, worn Alb- "nna.ilox Diji'lsloo and (icorgo Mour- klilKon, (Iritcliiii slmlonlft at J'uniiicj Unlvi;r«Hy. Memorial xitrvlntx for two r<i-j cenlly ducenifud mmnliurx of Ibi! 1 Kll Karo Kluli, Mm. Itlnnuiii: North, cult nnd Mr,i, William Kchnrlo, •were held ul lint lasl >nnulln# of ilnt club )i«ld In HIM home of Mr*. (<lndy» Klorn. Mr, uml Mi'ti. KIWI MmwoJiium hove rolurnnil to Ihelr homo nni'lh «f I'lora, afler a xevon-wtMik lrl|) lo Knglimd, C'ranco, HwlUwbinil, llnly, (Icrmnny anil Auxirln. 'I'hoy alw> nltitnilitd Hut lloliiry Iniernii tloniil incelliiu al l,u/.ern«, Hwlbwr. Itind. Mnlliodltit' men milorlalncd nl a Kamlly Nlghl mueUng Krldny nlahl nl. lh« church. Main feiilurtj of UIK meeting was the liiHliiliallon uf thn following offlriu'D; Hoberl Kln/.er, prunlilonl; (lien •rown. vice prcHldenl; Hlchard elli;r, iiuvrutnry; Jerry AllliiiiiKh, unnurur; and committee chair:n, Uean HrlgKH, proijrum; Don •'•-, nro'i'iil; Hlchard Johnmin, iluvoLlonii; D. ,1, llami, refrwih- mentii; Jerry AllbaiiKli, dnrt Imll; Krnexl Uiirdon, reuonler; Hlcluiril l-iiltur, ptihllclly; mid 0 r v 11 I u .irowii, moiiil)unilil|i. Hev. O/K! Mm, K. /{. HUHK «»<) .unlly drove l« Decker dnijiel lutidiiy nftitnioiin to l.nke liome .V/ni.' /!/!««' xlnl<ii'H, Mvlliit unit Joycu fJiwiii, who hud npiuit a w«ok n thu I'JIHII home, Tim family of Mrs, Krunuijii ICInii lad •« nel-lo-Ketlier bl. tlie l''lorfi (JiiinmiiiilLy I'urli Sunday, June ,'lfl I'reiienl. worn Mrn, King, Mi. mid Mm. l.oreii Kiny mul Kunt, Mr usurs plan to pass along the a ton price hike lo their customers w^erovor 'competition will iillow, Iron AKC uaid todu'y. The .itecl Ira4e maKa/inc quoted one structural fabricator: "We will have lo lucre-axe pri<;en or go broke." One of the sure offucls of the price hike will be a narrower firofil murfcln for many uHer.s, the «nltl, witl) a competitive situation on the unn hand on the other. fijuJpmcnt John ,1. Coldrcn, 5, son of Mr. and Mrs. Chc-sler Coldren of Kokomo, who suffooated Monday night when an oats bin in which he was nlaying . collapsed nnd he was buried under I.OIIH of xraln. Hl.s brother, 'Honn-ic, n, cncupcd uninjured. An Trueker Knlnlly Unrt KLKIfART (UP) -'CharlM P. a ' n Ji ; Hohn, .'Ml, •Onk l.nwn, Ml,, died In 'lOlkhnrl Ounerul -1-lOHpllnl Tnesdny nlghl from Injuries suxtnined when his big Iruck. wns lill by-ii frclghl nmJ Nominote Paarlberg For Agriculture Job WASHING-TON I UJ')~ ITcjil Tuesilay nomlnaUid Jon I'aaHltorg, ngrlcultural ecoii- >mbit from Purdue Uiiivei'/illy, lo >e asslslunl' ?*ccrol.nry of agi'icul- .UI'C, I'aarJborg, wlni li»:f boon «n HS- ilslii-nt !,o Socrnlary of Agriculture >;/.ni T. IVenwin sliKn: HIM, would K/irl J.. Hid./, whii ban •i;slgri(!d. 1'Harlbijrn, in, In a He-! jubllciui. Hln official rvnldniico Is rtifayeHft. Itnl. "LONG DISTANCE MOVING BECK'S TRANSFER PHONE 3539 Ij'nln nl ii here. The Ni.'W York Central train wa,'- pulllng slowly Into rail yards bill It demolished the tractor of Uie seml-tnillor outfit, Holm wux Uic father uf five ohlldron. Kniilc Taken New Nnine LONDON (UP) —Movie Mnfr niitis .1, Arthur Rank, who was named a poor by Queen Ull'/.nlx la.1t month, liaa tulien the nainu of Huron llnnk or Button Rcoljioy, tho official London (JMelUi an Tiouncud today. Wonted Women (iimd driver In dliiii'ii Ill-liny wmlf.ru trl|i wild II Mullen linvo iif.'li'liutoiiH /BiivliiK July ICxelimiKe I'ltfereneeii, VVrllti A'11411, LIllH mtwHjiaiwr. -KEEP COOL- Aiuminum Awnings A> low at $5 per month Ross Reid's Roofing Co. 217-2IV 3lh SI. Plinn. 31BJ it's MASONRY • Colored • Modernized • Streamlined Peru Brikcrefe Co. 479 Adami Av». Peru, Ind. 4Ch of July Special , BEER All Brands—Bottles and Cans Try PRESUTTO'S FOR RIGHT PRICES Open Tonight 'til 10:00 P. M. »?7 ERIE AVE. ' IPHOLSTER1N «u*T»m «••» FURHITUKE 2018 North Slt.tf Them 471? Low*'* Lirll* Rooftr Soyn Now U Ths Time- To SUNPROOF your windows with STATIONARY or ROLL-UP "ALUMINUM AWNINGS. Call today 3666, ask for Fred for free estimate! on door canopies, industrial awnings, and patio covers. Export installation, good service. Finance approved to 36 months. Just north on Road 17 Eaiy parking—Big teleclion. Phon* 3666 OPEN THE "4th" IT a.m. to 10 p.m. "T'HBAT THE FAMILY TO OUR FAMOUS ITALkAN POOD" DONATO ITALIAN VILLAGE PHONE 2742 NOTICE NEW LOGANSPORT STORE HOURS Effective Friday, July 12 Logansport Stores Will Observe the Following Store Hours OPEN FRIDAYS TIL 9:00 P.M. CLOSED SATURDAYS AT 5 P.M. Retail Division LOGANSPORT CHAMBER OF COMMERCE HOME KILLED MEATS STONY PIKE MARKET PLEASE NOTICE BISHOP'S, BARBER SHOP WILL BE CLOSED July Bth, thru July 17th For VACATION GARDEN TILLER FOR RENT Self Propelled, Selective Tilling. Garden the eaty way with a Merry-Tiller. THESE GARDEN TOOLS FOR RENT Power lawn mowen, Aerators, Fertilizer Spraaderi, Rollers, Fence Stretchers, Grub Hoes, Electric Hedge Trimmer, Post Hole Augers Pruning Saws, Shovels, Tree Trimmers. . ALL AT TOOi RENTAL DEPT. South Side Lbr. Co. ' 811 Burlington Ave. Phone 7319 Open Sunday Morning Eciitt Main Free Parking Phone 2316 FRIDAY-SATURDAY SMOKED PORK CHOPS Jb. 89c SMOKED SAUSAGE Jb. 45c FRESH PORK SAUSAGE 3lbs.$l CUBE STEAK ••'• Ib. 6>c Tender ROUND or SIRLOIN STEAK Ib. 69c CHUCK ROAST Bltlcl8 Cot Ib. 39c BEEF LIVER Ib. 29c WE S'EU BEEF BY WHOLE-HALF-QUARTER Cutlom Butchering and Curlnrj—Small Shop—Big Valuct WHOLESALE 8.00-5(30 RETAIl Open Monday rtiru Saturday BiOO a.m. to 5i30 p.m. NO ELEMENT OF CHANCE "Calculated risk" seems to bo n popularplini.su for old-fnsliioned "gamble. 1 * Bui there's no pi/ice for cilbrr in preparing or dispensing phnrinnccuiiunls, Ever notice IIic letters U.S.P. Or N.F. on n medicine Jnljol? The letters represent two ofllciiil books Unit are rucogni/,cd by federal law— the United Slates riinrmncopociu nnd this Niitlunnl Formulary. Together Ihry iii-c (he nlmrinncist's "bible." They give approved slnndnrds nf the quality, purity, nnd potency of most medicinal i>i;oiua. Whatever your pnwripllnn culls for, wo urc prepared to nil it. PORTER DRUG CO. 4th t Market Fred Krani, R. Ph. &>i' QUEEN DRUM! tf?, Gal. DAIRY OUKEN In toy ilium foil ' 1 it'iuiii*iittoi ih.inmitr ii (»nl luy li>i |h* kiiUI Jltnummliiiu iiiBlul lop ml )>offDiH, (/iijl|f Jm- ^ ln»«, UAIIIY OUKKN." DRIRV qUEEN 1800 E. Market FOR. w JVJgAi AMBULANCE SERVICE ANNOUNCING SMITTY'S BARBER SHOP NOW OPEN NEW LOCATION 921 NORTH THIRD STREET Off Slioul Parking Lol In Rear . TWO BARBERS Joseph Lerof Smith Donald Raymer PI ION t Tho Commnrclal Olnpounl Snrvlcn will opnraltt undor new iiicinarjoiiiftnt. Thn unrvlcn will continue an In lh« pcml. LOGAN DISPOSAL SERVICE FUNERAL HOME IA/ST BROADWAY AT I6TH PHONE 3010 OPENING TODAY WEDNESDAY, JULY 3 Shanks Root Beer Stand STATMOAD 17 (N«xt To Shank's Drive-In) TRY IT —NONE LIKE IT »ob Shank, Own«r> faul Smith, Monog»r START CELEBRATING THE 4th of JULY AT Purcell's Piano Bar BNTCRTAINMINT TONIGHT FINE POODS ,,, COCKTAU1 !nt»rtalnment Every Friday and Saturday Night Highway 24 al Wetl linden Av».

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