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Logansport, Indiana
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Tuesday, July 9, 1957
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Tuwday Evening, July 9, 1957. 13. HEAl ESTATE •. HOUM* NEW 3-bedroom TJ. S. Steel Homes available on V. A. loans at 2ft down. Dial 2397. I CHOICE LOCATION and PRICE JUST DROPPED! on this sq. type 3-bedroom stone and frame home, beautifully located 2700 block East Broadway. Hardwood floors up and down. Living room with fireplace. Lovely oak woodwork. Nice basement with almost new gas hot water heating system. A choice property for choicy people with an abundance of good neighbors. Immediate possession, terms. Out of city owner is ready to sell and the price is RIGHT! Appointment only. Also TO BUY OH SELL PLEASE TELL DaleW.McNutt "Our Staff Is at Your Service" Phone 2928 FOR SALE—Nice 5-room cottage, insulated, lights and water, on Oakland Avenue. Call 8037. $500 down will buy this semi-modern 3 bedroom east side house. A little rough, asking $5,000. down will buy this semi-modern double on Whtatland Ave. Full price, $5,000. $1,000 down will buy this 6 year old north side home. Cute and all modern 2 bedroom. Full price, $8,000. $1,000 down will buy this G'/z A, bahy farm in city limltg. Semi-modern cottage, outbldga. Corn crop to go. All for $8,000. $1/100 down will buy thi« west «lde all modern 3 bedroom home. Now Ka« furnace, new bath. Owner transferred, will sacrifice at $9,000. $1,500 ca«h to mortgage will buy llils 3 unit Income in Young America. Kenlly a bargain at the total price of only $(1,500. $1,500 down will buy this south side all modern 3 bedroom home. Gas furnace, full basement, ideal for recreation room. We can give early possession. $2,000 down may buy this east side 2 bedroom ranch type all modern, extra insulation, full basement, garage. Beautiful yard. 'M day posscsnlon. $2,000 down will buy this east side duplex, All modern, garage, corner lot. Lot the 'rent help you pay for it. Otto Hilbert IlKALTOil 1438 Clifton Ave. Phone ' SAI,K OH TRADE 2 bdr. your round homu with flruplacc, largu lol, nun porch, at Pottuwattomle Point. MKIllllLL WILSON, lleultor :m North St. . Phone :t7Uli 13. REAL ESTATE OWNER transferred, reduced for quick sale, good income property, $140 per month, 12-room brick duplex, 3 bedrooms each apartment, was $10,500, now only $8,750. $1800 down. Contract terms, ftee it anytime. 98 Eel River Avenue. Latest Market Reports TELESCOPE RECORDS SOLAR ACTION $1000 DOWN might buy this attractive suburban 2 bedroom conventional built only 1 year old. Hardwood floors, garage, large landscaped premises, well located in a well kept growing area. Unusual opportunity to buy quality with such a low down payment. Ask for full details. Quick possession. Also TO BUY OR SELL PLEASE TELL DaleW.McNutt "Our Staff Is at Your Service" Phone 2028 TENTH STREET 4 bdr. mod. sq, fireplace, bsmt. E. MARKET STREET • 4 btlr. mod, bsmt, gar, hisehool CLEVELAND JUST OUTSIDE CITY 3 bdr. mod, new, wardrobe clo. HIGH STREET CLOSE IN 11 rm. mod, nice for Ig. family. WALTON 3 bdr. sernimocl, newly decrtci. MEMORIAL HOSPITAL AREA 2 bdr. mod. bsml. gar, nice.. 3 btlr. mod. bsmt, oil furn. 3 bdr. mod. fireplace, gar. W. BROADWAY 3 bdr. mod, gar, nice kitchen. BURLINGTON 3 bdr. 2 story, bath up and down RURAL NORTHEAST 24 A. 3 bdr. XLNT mod home. MKRRILL WILSON, Realtor Mrs. Aiina Hill, Sales, Rcpr. 300 North St. . Phone 37!)fi Eves. Ph. 7277 or 9124 WALL ST. A BAROMETER? nduitrial stock prk« jitttry Hit production maintains calm. Hawkins StocV yards Meat Type Above Quotations 190 to 210 19.90 210 to 230 19.65 230 to 250 ; 19.20 250 to 270 18.80 270 to 300 18,40 Sows 17.00 down Boars 10.00 down Stags 10.00 down Veal 19.00 I Producers Stockyards 190 to 230 No. 1 20.65 190 to 210 20.15 210 to 230 10.75 230 to 250 19.10 250 to 270 19.0D 270 to 300 10.75 Sows 10.50 down Sows to 300 15.50 down Boars 7.00-10.00 Stags 7.00-10.00 and 92 score 59; 90 score 56%; 89 score 55. Eggs steadier; 10,000 cases; white lar.ge and mixed large extras 32; mediums and standards 27; current receipts 26. HEW YORK PRODUCE NEW YORK (UP) _ Butter steady; receipts 74»,000 Ibs; wholesale selling prices; AA (S3 score) BOYi-eO'A; A (92 score) 60-60%; B (90 score) 58Vi-58%; C (99 score) 56-56y z . Eggs steady to firm; receipts 19,700 cases; wholesale selling prices: Minimum H) per cent AA qual-| ity, includes nearbys: Large WA- 50 Ibs; White 43-46; brown 43-45. Medium: White 33%-34%; brown 35-36. Extras minimum 65 per cent AJ quality, includes Midwestern:' Large 48V4-50 Ibs: White 35'/ 2 -38; brown 39-41; mixed colors 35-37. Mediums minimum 60 per cent A: White 30-30%; mixed color 3030%. Extras minimum 56 per cent A: Large 45-48 Ibs: White 34-35%; mixed coiors 34-35. Logansport, Indiana, Pharos-Tribune ThtfteM Report Results of County Pre-Fair Judging Contests Rains, Winds Again Strike State Areas Indianapolis Reports 63 Mile An Hcnir Gales; Precipitation Measures Up To Nearly 2 Inches By UNITED PRESS A two-week rash of" violent vyeather which concentrated on a wide band across Indiana's midsection continued today with high wind and heavy .rain in the [ore- front. b. Lots _OTS for sale on contract. Un'ger Addition, city. Phone 56355. BUILDING sites, any"'staTcle'cir^ city, gas. Cash or contract. 7WII. ,OTS for sale, cash or contract. 2217 Otto. Ph. 6029. c. Forms WHY RENT? Own your own farm, Mr. Tenant. Pay for a bcauti« farm with modern city home like rent on one half milk check, immediate income. These farms, $4,000 to $12,000 down payment include cattle, feed and machinery. Johnson Ilcalty, Myron Wepfer, rep., Abbotsford, WIs. (Phone Abbolsford 25-F-31.) ' Third Street Market Lambs .16 Veal Hides 12 rtoef hides Wk Eggs 25 Wayne's Produce Leghorn Hens .11 Heavy Hens 13 Car Plunges Into Ravine Driving a 1951 automobile over a 15-foot embankment resulted in no injury and only $25 in damage to the car Monday night, when Lawrence L, Long, 18, 2110 North street, fell asleep at the wheel three miles east of Peru on U. S. 24. Slale Trooper Joseph Tucker, Violent Weather Pushes Through Ohio Valley; ARTHUR J. RIYNARD (right) and Robert J. Coatee, scientists at the TJ. S. Naval Hesearch Laboratories in Washington, make adjustments on a radio-telescope. It is being used to record solar activity during the International Geophysical Year. Charted records obtained in this way help to supplement photographs obtained with a special telescopic camera known as a heliograph. (International Sountlpholo) Storms Move East; Bring Cooling Air .who investigated the crash, said the youth admitted falling asleep. The car, which was west-bound, crossed to the south .side of the road, knocked down two guard posts and plunged over the embankment, landing right side up. Tucker and Deputy Sheriff James Ege took the youth lo a Peru pliy- Popejoy Dressing Plant Heavy Hens 13 Leghorn Hens 11 80 ACRE farm near Grass Creek. $20,000. Lloyd Joffcrles, Realtor, 403 East 13th. Rochester, Dial CA-38111. Mortor Shells Hit- Israeli Settlement .IKRUSAJ./BM, Israel (UP) — The Israeli sottlunicnl of Gonen was founded by Inlonslvo mortar firo from Syria today. The bombardment in still continuing, an army spokesman «aid. Tlie Israeli cabinet was In session' when news of the atlaclt readied .Jerusalem. E Jiad been called in special session to discuss foreign affairs problem* in connection with' the forthcoming European visit of Mnt. Golita Mcir, the foreign minister. INDIANAPOLIS LIVESTOCK INDIANAPOLIS (UP) — Livestock : Hogs 5,000; 25-50 higher; 190-2-10 Ib 20.25-20.75; some to 21.1)0; 240290 Ib 19.50-20.50; heavier scarce; tGO-190 In 18.50-20.25; 120-100 Ib 16.00-18,25, few 111.50. Cattle 3,000; calves 250; mostly steady; choice steers 23.50-25.00; few 25,50; load prime 2B.OO; good 21.50-23,50; ffnid Mil choice heifers 20.50-2:1.50; few including' prime to 24,00; cows strong, spots 25 or more higher; ulillly and commercial i:i,50-lfi.50; canners a p nd cutters M.OO-R50; voalors mostly strong to 50 higher; good and choice 10.00-22,00, fow Including prime 22.50. Sheep 1,000; barely steady; good •and choice- .spring lambs 20.00- iU.OO. Heavy Ruins Drench Detroit Tutfbuleitt wcabhcr pushed across the Ohio Valley today In advance of a cool air moss bringing heat relief to the East. A severe thunderstorm with - , , , , , , T sician, where it was learned tliat |W1 " ds up lo ^ m ' ;p ' ' l >ounctci1 In " he hud incurred no Injuries. Long was released, and no charges were filed. CHICAGO LIVESTOCK CHICAGO (UP) — Livestock: •Hogs 7,500; steady lo 25 higher; No. 1-3, 11)0-250 lltt 20.00-20.75; 2W1- J2IIO Ita Jl).50-20.01). Cattle 11,000, calves 300; steers nnd heifers sternly; vealern sternly; luw loads prime steers 20.KO-27.50; fow loads of high cholc prime steers 2.'i.75-2B.25; good and choice 22.50-25,50; standard sleers 20.0022.00; choice to prime Court Notes Judgement of $'IM «nd Interest \K a.iltcwl by Doltlo McCluskoy and Curl Hamilton, doing buBlaow) IIH the McCloskoy-Hamil'.on funeral homo, In u milt on account filed in the Cais circuit court uflflln.il Hl clvurd Vance through Attorney liar- old Mull. Relative of Clymers Residents Rescued From Western Peak A relative of two Clymers residents last week made news in the Yaklmn, Wash., nrcu when he and a companion wore rescued from the icy slopes of Mount Adorn*, He is Mike McGuirc, cousin of Wilbur Nicholson and Gertrude Mowdy. His grandfather, Kdwln McGwire, was also n Cass county resident. MeCuire, 10, n student In Hie Colorado School of Mines nt Golden, Colo., Is working for Ihe State department at Snoqunl- dianapolls; during the oarly morning, and Pittsburgh, Pa., was Dismiss Two State Cases Motions for dismissal of two local criminal cases were filed' today in the Cass circuit court by the prosecutor's office. One was the case of Ronald Lewis of Kokomo, charged with iec- end offense driving a motor vehicle while under the influence of intoxicating liquor, and Ihe oilier was Uie case of William H. Paul, charged willi neglect and refusal to support nnd provide for his children. Both were dismissed on the same grounds, that they had been previously Iricd before a jury in Ihe local court and the juror's had been unable to reach o verdict. doused by 2.35 inches of rain in a! Tlle 1 '" 11 ' ca f w , as tried '" J "" c ; six-hour period Monday night and f®. ""''" lc Lew s , casc * as trl . cd onrfy today. j during the present term of court. The cool air overspread most of! I/ho Groat Plains, t!io Great Late T wo M; nor Crashes and noi'htern Ohio Valley Monday. I ' wo IVH»°r V-,rosnes 'It was expocled to drift as far cast | Reported to Police as Uie Appalachians today. I p oi ,| oe repor |,cd wo accidents mercury down by as much as 20' Cegrccs, from tho high 90s and low 100s. to the »0s, Monday in Nebraska, Kansas and pat.ta of Wiseu.ii.sin and Michigan. Violent storms produced by Uio front were blamed for the dcaUi of a boy at Bura'boo.'WIs,, who vtiis killed when n tree foil on -him, nnd mie Pass. McGuirc and his companion, David Bishop, 25, Wapatu, Wanli., weru rescued after an 38-hour atuy near the 10,000-foot level on a glacier. They mirrored no ill effect.-). Death and Funerals SCUWEIUNti Funeral serviced for MTU. Myrlle Schwering, 81, wore conducted Tuewlny afternoon nl, the Fluhor funmil hojnc. Uiirijil was made In Ml, Hope cemetery. era 19.00-2:1.00. Khwp 1,509; «.prlng lambs sleatly, extreme to]). 50 lower; yearlings fully sAcady; good and choice spring Inrnbs 22,00-2:1.50; choice and prime 23.50-l!<l.r>0; good and choice yearlings Jill.25-20,01), LOANS PLftlH NOTE—AUTO—OR OTHER PERSONAL SECURITY CHICAGO PRODUCE I CHICAGO (UP) ~ Produce; Live ])ouUry steady; 112,000 Ibs. USDA price ehon.go.i; Choose Bloody; sli>glo daisies ufl<l Icmghoriw .'W'/i-.W; proeoHMd ' loaf :ilKI7; Swiss Crude A <tM.'l; B 3D- 41; C :«i-M. 'Butter sloudy; 1,5)3,000 Uxi; Ki CON1OLIDATI TOWN FINANCE CO. OVER OAZUY'S MARKIT IOOANSPORT, INDIANA Ph tf,1 410 , E Broadway Tipron Lodge, No. 33, F. and A. M. Will niieot WiHluiimln.y, .Inly 10, nt 7 p.m., t» confnr tin) —Owen Mulu ShiinlHiiu, W. M. RII ic A Final rites for John Davidson J'Uiea, 711, routu II, will bo conducted al. I. p.m. Wednesday nl thii Chasu- Miller chapel with the lluv. J, IS. call ut the Mineral homo. GIIISON Final riles for Arthur F. Gibson, 111, Lmielund, SnskelchDwun, Cnna- da, will IJK conducted nt l();;jo a.m. Wed:iesduy al, the McCloskey-lluin- IIton chapel with the lluv. Harold King officiating, liiirlnl will be made in Ml. Hope cernulcry. Friends muy cull ill, Hie chupol. HELP WANTED - MALE Young mem for General Office work In retail branch, Th* Shcrwin-Willlamt Co. Excellent opportunity for ad- vancement in many fields. Fringe benefit*. CALL 4266 FOR APPOINTMENT HUKNS Final riloH for Mnrtln Burns, ill, route 2, Kowannn, will be conduct- od ut » u.m. Tbnratliiy ol, St. AIIII'B church In Kowunmi wllh Iho Hov. PY. ,/uniCH Fitzgerald offlekiting. Burlnl will be mnilu In SI. Ann's cemetery. Friends may call al the Kroeffer funornl home. Ing. No injuries said- the police report. Cars driven by Robert G, Todd, M, 7.1414. Market, and Jesse William Arncy, 31, 1500 Norlli struol, collided at 4th and Market .streets. Police,said, the left side nnd the door back to thu roar ot (lie Todd car was damaged and Uie right Detroit streols, major Iraf- fie jams. Passengers In ,one stranded in u .fix-fool; pool of water wore rescued by bout. Crop damage was reported na heavy 'In tho .Knlnmaxoo, Mich., nroa. The rnln-swolleii TIUvlxwos- seo Illvor overflowed Us Midland, Mich., flooding lowland ureas. Thundersloims also occurred nlonjf dhe coal slope of the J'toukics from Montana to New Mexico and Inlo purls of Arlronu. for widespread properly damage In I front fender of the Arnoy car was the Monroe, WIs., nrco. Michigan mopped up today from one of the heaviest rain sloniiH hi its history. The dolugc Monday stalled cars nnd buses In flooded Arncy swung out to miss a park c<l truck and ran into the side ol the Todd car, Ihe polico reporl .said. Care driven by Hiissell M. No- thcrcult, 58, Lucerne, collided with n car driven by Jock Ree Hood, 25, » W. Columbia, The.polico report suid the core coiHdud a.n Hoo<i wus jxilllng onto ... Uie street from a parked position. nt| The NoUiorciitt vehicle wim (him- ngeci on the right side nnd tho Hood vehicle on the left fender. Former Indianapolis Family Dies in Crash INDIANAPOLIS (W) — Mro. 'Doris Ream, Indianapolis, fluw I" California today lo mnko funornl j arrangements for five members of H former Jmllnimpoli.i family wiped out In a traffic nccldcnl. which killed soven persons Mon(Iny. Mr. and Mum, Robert M. Burleson iiiul Ihelr three children, ages !) moii'ths lo 7 years, were killed. The BiirJoKiww lived In 1-ndlnnnpo- llti iinlil 1.2 years ngo. They wore among sown persons killed ut Nowhnll, Calif,, In a col- lliilfln of two automobiles which Ml no survivoi'H, MM, Ream la n slsler of Diirlcfion. Buddy Gene Harmon Wins Scholarship Buddy Gone Harmon, son of Mrs. Orvie Harmon, route I, Cumden, wlio Is a sophomore nl Purdue university, nan been awarded the ?500 Rnlsloii Purina scholarship lor LU!>7-!itl. The scholarship is awarded each year lo an oulslaiidlng junior inj encli of lliu 'III land grunt colleges in iho United States and In three Cumullnn agricultural colleges. Winners are selected at each col- logo by a faculty ncholnrshlp com- mlltoo on the basis of scholarship, leadership, character, ntnbltion In agriculture and u denlre for financial - . . .,. . A . ! Read the Classified AdS The Instant Taste K gone! 1 5 ; ^3Instant Folgers Coffee' NKW homes nnd Rarajcs, FIIA Urmti. Wnlton 391 &, FOR SALE 2-Hcdroom Homo TKD PEnSONErrK With JOE HERD INSURANCE AGENCY 521 Krio Avu. Phono 2717 NKW 4-room home, narugc, ill 13th Str«et, CLOSING OUT SALE Hundr»d> of llami at aavlngs up lo 50%. Poultry •qulpmunt — Romedlet — Garden ln»«cHcid«i — Du*t- •n - Sproyen _ Rat Bait - this W*»k Only. STOP IN EARLY FOR 1ST CHOICE LOGAN HATCHERY •24 Michigan Av*. TRADE-IN OLD SMOKEY ON A LENNOX OIL, COAL OR GAS FURNACE FREE ESTIMATES -;NO OBLIGATION More Pamlllet buy Lennox than any other mad* RILEYS HEATING AND AIR CONDITIONING 1314 Eait Broadway . Phone 3497 Results of pre-fair judging for Clay, Miami, and Noble townships in baking, food preservation, food preparation, and clothing have been announced by Miss Ethel. Nice, homo demonstration agent. Mrs. Thomas Foster of Lafayette was the judge. Results of judging, for the pep* py Peppers of Clay township is a* follows: BAKING Division I: Linda Bowles, A; Barbara Ann Frick, A; Penny Kitchell, B; Jane McCloskey, A; jSuzan Jean Wilson, A; Division 1: Nancy Lindley, B. Division 3 Jay Kitchel, B: Larry Kitchell B; Stev. en Kitchel, B; Gail Noakes, A^ Connie Oldham, B; Carolyn Sowers, A; Division 4: Rosemary Felker, B; Nancy L. Wilson,. B: June Ann Williams, B; Division 5: Ks^ en Felker, A; Division 6: Sandra Gusty winds up to (53 miles per Noakes, A; Division 7: Carol Cuo- nour plowed through Indianapolis shortly after midnight, but little damage was loft behind. The capital got less than half an inch of rain. At Martinsvffle, nearly two inches of rain fell in a three-hour period just after midniphl. Monle- zuma got 1,33 inciies and Danville an inch. Half an inch or less fell at Bluffton, Vincennes, Rushville, Seymour, Bedford, Fort Wayne, Evansville and South Bend, with •the cities in the extreme souili and north gelling the least. It was the second night in a row for storms. Benton and Warren Counties were struck by a wind and hail storm Sunday night which ruined hundreds of acres of wheat, oala, soybeans and corn in a narrow strip between West Lebanon and Boswcll. Corn stalks which had ningham, A; Division 8: Bonnie Kitchel A, VOOD PUESERVATJ.ON Division 1: Barbara Ann Frick, A; Jay Kilchel, B: Penny Kilch- el, A; Su/.an Jean Wilson, A; Div- Larry Kitdiel, A; Steven KHchel, A; Gail Noakes, A; Division 4: Connie Oldhani, A; Nancy L, Wil- ker, Division Division Karen Fe 6, Carol Cui> kncu high and shredded by hail grown higher were described by some farmers as big us golf balls. Warren County Agent John V. Mc- Kec mrnle a prelimimiry estimate ot two million dollars d:ini:iKc to crops nnd fiirm buildings. This morning's rains, many of which cu-mc in rumbling IhumK'r- slornis, cleared Ihe nir a litllc and temperatures generally weru lower than ciirjy Monday. No precipitation was in sight for the upper two-thirds of Iloosiur- In'nd, but scattered thumlershow- crs today nnd curly, tonight wore on tap for the south, portion.. Humidity will decrease and probably will no;, be as groat discomfort factor or so. tho next 2-1 Special Deputies Plan Picnic Aug. II Special deputy sheriffs of Cass counly nnd Lhoir families will have a picnic Sunday Aug. 11, at Pipe Creeks Kails, il wiis decided al a meeting of Hie group Monday eve- rting In Die court house. Sheriff 0. -11. C arson gave Iho ningliam, A; Sandra Noakes, B,, CLOTHING Division I: Linda Bowles, B;. Penny Kitchel, A; Suy.an Jean I Wilson,A; Division 3: Nancy Lin- 'dley, B; Gail Noakes, A; Connie Oldliam, B; June Ann Williams, B; Division •!: Nancy L. Wilson, A; Division G; Sandra Noakes, A; Division 7; Carol Cunningham, A; Division fl: Bonnie Kilcliol A; Susan Ur.dlcy, A.' .Judging results of Iho Miami Maids of Miami Township was; BAKING Division 1: Donita Balsbangh, A: Susan Skinner, 15; Diane Tarter, B; Lois Ann Yoakley, A: Division 2: Deborah BnLsbaugh, A; Peggy Barker, 1); Jill Bowman. A; Kay .lean Campbell. B; Gloria Duran, A; Malimla Williams, H; Carole Himmrrmmi, A; Division 3: Linila Lou Austin, A; Sharon Balsbnugh, A; Marsha Minglin, A; Division, •I: Sue A. Crim, A; Karen Hobcrt- son, A. FOOD PUICSICRVATION . Divisiiin I: Sharon Balsbaugh, A. FOOD rKKl'AKATION Division 1: Deborah Balsbniigli, A; .Jill Bowman, A; Suuimo Lolir- man,. A; Di:ino Tarler, A; Cnrolo Zimmcrinaii, A; Division 2: Linda Lou Auslin, A: Sharon Balsbaugh, A; M.-irilyn Willi.-inis, 15; Division 3: Marsha Minglin, A; Maltnda WiJIinms, 1!. n.oTiiiNr, Division 1: Lindn l.ou Austin, C; Suamic Lohrmiin, B; Diane 'J'ai'lrr, B; Louis Ann Ycnkh'V, A; Division 2; Sharon Bdlsbinigh, A; .liil liow- nian, A; Division :i; Peggy Barker, li; Kay MeCivnry, B; Karen Hob- orison, B; Division A: Marshu special deputies an oral lest on|Minglin, B; Division S: Nanoy llol motor vehicle regulnlioiLs during lingswiii'lb, A; Division 7: '.Janet the mecUniJ. Anderson. A; Hose Ann WLliams, A; Peggy YcakJoy, A. Sun Maidens of Noble town- Arkansas s]>cnl ¥M7,Olifi during fiscal ISSS-se for operating its school for tho donf. China's Mnnchii dynasly was overthrown in l«H by the forces of Dr. Sun Yiit-sun, May 0, HIM WUK Uio birlhilny of abolltlonlHl John Drown; Torrington, Conn., thu plnce. Ingricl So«c Nehru James Houk Named Advertising Head .lumen K. Houk, son of Eiiwnrd . Houk, Ulil Slxlewitli »treel, hu« been nnined acSvcrtlHliig miwiH'tfW of I'rMo Sctioonor, Inc,, Klklmrl. A }'M\ griKlimie ol'. Iho local high »cl)«c)l, Jl'Oiilt forowrly wns tHroolor «f the ivdverlliiliig mid Hules ]>romoUoti dcpjii'Linonl i>f Hex! l)/iH KooLwcnr, Ml.*hnw»)cji, lie re- HkliM In Wimth Bend mul IKIK a II. K. dogi-ca In Jiu»rkatiiig from S(. Josupti college, Two Morning Calls Answered by Firemen A smoking flue cuiised noma dainiiKo at the Vnl-U-Krocks Shop, Kourti) nnd Market slreuU, Tueii- duy inM'iilng. PiriMYNin wlw rcHiwnOLvl lo Uio cull ut U;II7 o'clock oxllnguixlKid the fire In the furnace. Firemen weru called Inter In thu morning, 'lit 10:53 'o'clock, to thu T uml TJ liar, ut Fifth nnd Markisl KlrcoU, | where u stoker motor In the b/i«o- mcitt canned a small fire. There wan no Cass Youth Named Agent for Airline .liwepli f{. Zollers, son of Mr. and MJ'«. Vaughn Z«H«r», ro«ilc 4, <:lly, this week a-HSU'incs his new duties In New York City n» Communications agent for Truns- Canndri Air Lines. Ilu attended Now Waverly high school and Is u recent grudunlo nf Wen v or Alrllno nl Katviui) City, Mo. ACTRISI Ingrlil Uorijmnn In uhown In Lniuion, Knglnml, wliuro «hu told ruporlers Hint »li« dlncu/HJod wllh Indlim Prime MlnlKlcsr Nehru "thornuuhly cx- KKt'crntcd" roporls of her liu»- binid'.'i romniKi) wllli nn Indlnn womun. Ln(cr, nho llcw bncic to Puds whuro »!io wuu to moot her daughter, Jimiiy Ann Llmlatrom, 10, for tliclr llrnt reunion in Hbout alx years, (/TilcntattowilJ ship were jmlgod n.s follows; UAKIN'G Division 1: Teresa Dish, B; Glo. ria llarlman, B; Viciorla .Martin, B; Pmneln Ann McCall. A; Sally Po Myers, A; Janice Plercy, Aj Rally Ann Shnwvw. A; Sue Sinn- inger, B; Division; Christina ll:ir- ily. A; Pcimy Hunter, A; Marjorio Sanders, B; Olivo Wiidc. B; Cnro) Wilburn. A; Mnry Iiou /.eider. A; Division M; Toiil Ana Bish, A; Kdilh (.Tonloa, A; Donna March, B; .land McDonald, B; Maureen MeKaig, \| CJieryl JO. Held, B; Division •); Kllti'lbcrncr, B; Kay Ixiulsii C.'irrisim, II; Klslo Lurclh; Miller, C; Division 5; Kny Kikelberm'r, A; Hracie Jnclison, A; Kuby Ann Sanders. A; Mary Jane Wade, A; Sue Xoldc-r, A; Nancy Wade, A[ Divlslim 11; Phyllis Nice, A; FOOD PKKSKKVAT1ON Division 1: liuby Ann HiiinlcrA, I!; Division 'J.: Mary June Wade, A; FOOD J'KKI'AKATION Division 1; Itrrnda Kmmero, A; ChriMljin llnrdy, A; IViiny lliiiMer, A; Maxlnr HUSK, A; Murjorie Hmi- der.s, A; Olive Wade, A; Carol Wil,burn, A; Mary Lou /elder, A; i Division a: Pnineln .1. KilK'lbcrncr, I A; Dunlin .Miircli, A; JniiiM McDonald, A; Maureen McKaig, A; Cheryl K. Held, A; Sue Xci<lt*r, A; Division !.: (iraeic Jaelt.^on, A; Mary Jane Wnde, A; Nancy Wade, A. C1.OT1UNG Dlvislun 1; Piiniel.'i J. Kll(.-l- buriier, A; Maureen McKaig, A; Pamela Moore, A; .Mary Lou /.cider, A; Division a; Kay LouUu Ciiri'ison, A; Kdilh Gordon, A; Doniin March, A; Janet McDonald, A; Cheryl K, Hcicl, A; Division .'I: CJracie .lacksiui, A; Division 4; Nollie J. Ho«s, A; Division 5: Kay Klkcihcnier, A. The OnnfedorHli! Mcliiiiriii! Day, a legal liolldiiy In Norlli and South Carolina, Is on May JO. Lass 'llian IIOO.IKX) II. S. public Kcliool children are studying a l<ir- JJenry Hmlsnn discovered the )»• land of ManhiiUui) in KIWI, SALE CALENDAR j u ]y lo—fjtonoy Pike Uollc-r Rink Wnlclron. Auct, July 10—Mr. JVledlorcl Flora Ralph Rinchurt & Sons July rz— Joe's Auction Teel July 13—Crussy Thomtis Hnvcn.s, K«t, Roy Cruinu July 13—Rosa Myers Est Wnldron July 17—Dr. Thomas L. Cuoper Est/ita 'Cue], Aucl, July 20—-Paul C. Lanborn, Kslnlt: Thompson, Aiict. July 20—Mrs. Dlnneho NorUicutl Rst rUnehort Ik Sons, Auct. July 27—Mrs, Lntiisp Burnclto .. Rlnohnrt &t Sons, Audi*. Aug. 3—Dr. Curler Estatu Eiiichurt & Sons,

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