Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on July 10, 1957 · Page 9
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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 9

Logansport, Indiana
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Wednesday, July 10, 1957
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Wednesday Evening, July in, 1957. Phillip H. Phillips Dies at New Castle Phillip H.' Phillips, 54,- of New- Castle, died Tuesday at the Henry county hospital, following an illness of several weeks. Survivors include a brother-in- law, Clifford Gough, a 'niece and two nephews, all of here. His wife, Martha, died in 1932 and. a sister, Mrs. Elizabeth Gough, is also deceased. He was the son of Mr. and Mrs. Percy Phillips. Friends -may call at the M'acer Mortuary here, and funeral rites will be held there at 10 a.m. Friday. Burial will be in South Mound cemetery, New Castle. JOINS 'CLIFF STAFF CONVENTION SET INDIANAPOLIS (UP)—A 3-day annual convention of the Indiana Department of the Marine Corps League and its auxiliary will be held here beginning Friday. Joseph F. Macri of Indianapolis, stale commander, will preside. Pass Poultry Inspection Bill (Pharos-Tribune Photo-Engraving) Dr. Heracleo I. Matheu of the A 'Calypso' Apron! WASHINGTON (UP) — T h e 'Philippine Islands, who is in the House has passed a bill to requirejunited States under the Exchange federal inspection of poultry .at: . program, has been ap- slaughtermg plants to protect, con-i ........ ... sumers against the marketing of;P°'n !ed a Psychiatric physicjan at unsanitary or diseased birds. the Logansport state hospital, according to Dr. John Southwood, superintendent.. • • He received his M. D. degree in 1942 from the "University of Santo Thomas. after being graduated from the University of the Philippines in 1937. He was a pedialric resident at the Lloyd Noland hospital in Bir mingham, Ala., in 1953-54, and psychiatric .'resident at the War ren state hospital, Warren, Pa.; from 1954 until this year. He was executive officer in'the U. S. army in the Philippines from 1942 10 1945, and a medical doctor in the Philippine army in 1945-46. He was in private practice in Manila from 1946 to 1953. He isj married and has two children. Young Bean Shelter Marries Woman, 63 NASHVILLE, (UP)—Plans for a honeymoon have been delayed by a IDyearold Nashyillian nnd his a 19-year-old Nashvillian and his 63-year-old bride because the new- setting up. housekeeping. Thomas Henderson, an unemployed Bean Sheller, said he •wouM take his wife Florence to his f o r m e r home at Dickson, Tenn., to visit "kinfolks" as soon as he musters enough cash for the trip. The couple were married here Monday after exhausting their combined assets of $5.50 earned from shelling beans. The money went for a marriage license. INJURIES FATAL UNION CITY (UP)—Merle Hart, 03, Union City, died in Memorial Camden I Mrs. Doraline Yerkes will be hostess on Thursday evening to the. Dorcas Society of the Baptist church. Mrs. Mable Yerkes .will serve as co-hostess. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Kesner and daughters y were guests of Mr. and Mrs. John Kesner at Clinton for several days. The B. Y. F. of the Baptist church will meet at the church Thursday evening, and are to take wieners, buns and potato chips. Dessert is to .be provided. Elkhart, were guests lor several days o! Mrs. Ollie Gardner. •' .Joe Allen has been confinei'to the Veteran's hospital, and his -address is Room 315, in care of the hospital, West 10th street, Indianapolis. Mrs. Bob Johnson and children, of Leland, Mississippi, are the guests of relatives here. The Rev.. Charles Dumond, pastor of the Flora Church of the Brethren, has charge of the Carroll county devotional period, over WSAL at 11:30 o'clock each morning this' week. Read the Classified Ads Logansport, Indiana, Pharos-Tribune Nine Open 'til 9 p.m. Friday—Close 5 p.m. Sat. PUBLIC SALE The Goldsmith reunion was held We - the undersigned executors of the estate of the late Cressy .Ihe Goldsmith reunion was Held Thomas . HavenS; wil] sell at pubUc auct ion at her residence, located Sunday at the Delphi Park. The United Lutheran churcli women met Tuesday afternoon with Mrs. Dean McCain. The group studied . the topic "The Chaplain Is There", with Mrs. McCain serving as leader. ' . Mrs. Anna Tesh is ill at her home here. Mr. and Mrs. David Miller an> nounce the birth of a daughter,, at Hospital Monday night of injuries . Memorial hospital in. Loganspori.' card 'party will be held Mon- evening, July 15, at the Deer pub- sustained July 6 when he was struck _by a home made trailer suuuiv uy ci uvuic u,auc nwin.1 I a ay evening, juiy 10, ai me which broke loose from the back| Creek Conservation club. The of a car. Hart was mowing the lawn at his home when hit by the runaway vehicle. Read the Classified Ads lie is invited. Dr. Eva Kennedy was returned to her home from St. Joseph's hospital, where she had been confined for some time, following surgery. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Ulioads, of JULY SALE ALL SPRING AND SUMMER MILLINERY Values to $35.00 $6.95-$7.95-$8.95 to $12.50 Groups of COSTUME JEWELRY 50% O AND MORE 508 West Mulberry St., Kokdmo, on SATURDAY/JULY 13, 1957 SALE TO BEGIN AT 10:30 A. M. COST) ANTIQUES—Cerry occasional stand; 2 folding tables; gateleg tables; china clock; lot of-antique dishes; vases; chafing dish; cut glass; lamps; wall mirror; rocker; drop-leaf table; china; 2 marble- top dressers; chest of drawers; trunks; oil lamp; gas fireplace; iron kettle; and other articles. 'i HOUSEHOLD GOODS—3-pc. living room suite; good kneehole deskj telephone stand; large mahogany breakfront; 2 cane bottom chairs; 2 round cocktail tables;' globe and stand; glass-door bookcase; library table; White sewing machine; music cabinet; set of 4 new TV tables; Oriental hall runner and pad; new large window fan; card tables; lot of luggage; lot of throw rugs; small desk;- period bedroom: suite, bed, vanity, 2 chests of drawers, bench, night stand, springs and mattress; bedding; feather beds; pillows; good Hide-a-bed; Bendix .automatic washer; good Roper gas range; Hotpoint 11-ft. deluxe refrigerator with separate freezer chest; new Sunbeam steam and dry iron; electric mixer; linens; set of English serni-porcelain dishes; several Chinese novelties; magazine rack; pictures; picture frames; oil paintings; curtains; drapes; table lamps; porch swing; wooden porch furniture; Jot of dishes; cooking iiiensils; rotary power lawn mower; 2 hand lawn mowers; nice upright piano; Argus camera; electric sweeper; LaBeDe slide projector; projection screen; radiant cdlormaster; and many other articles too numerous to mention. I TERMS CASH. NOT RESPONSIBLE IN CASE OF ACCIDENTS. | Lunch will be served on grounds by the Ladies of the Alot Methodist! church. AUCTIONEER'S NOTE—There are a lot of nice antiquqe dishes and 'some nice pieces of furniture in this sale. There is something for everyone so plan to attend. OPEN HOUSE WILL BE HELD THURSDAY EVENING, 7 to 9 p.m., for the purpose of inspecting personal property. CRESSY THOMAS HAVENS, Estote JTohn and Kenneth Pitzor and Harry Davis, Co-Executors Lester Winslow, Attorney for the Estate Roy Crume, Auctioneer, Kokomo Phone GL-2-6619. (Please clip this ad as it will not appear again.) Our Big July Clearance Thursday—Friday—Saturday Lined Cotton Suits Values to $25 Stripes, Plaids/ Pastels Sale! Better Dresses Values to $29.95 $18 Junior:, Misses, Half Sizes You'll enjoy making and wearing this simple-to-sew apron with its colorful calypso embroidery! (P.S. A wonderful gift or bazarr donation). Pattern No. 5815 contains tissue- sizes 14, 16, 111, inul.; hot-iron transfer for embroidery; color chart; sewing and embroidery directions. Send 25c in COINS, your name, address and the PATTERN NUMBER to ANNE CABOT, Pharos- Tribune, 372 W. Quincy Street, Chicago 6, Illinois. ' It's ready! The 1957 Needlework ALBUM — fifty-six colorful pages showing many pretty designs; plus directions for making 3 crochet items and a quilt. Only 25c a Copy! XOTICE .TO IIIUDKHS The Hoiird or tiuhool T;-UBtco«, Rrhool City of LoKuiisport, Indiana, will i-midlvo H(!tLll:d blda for Holler IliiimlfH lit Ihn Tlpum <!radu School, aiiO will ptihllcily opl'll KUCll UldK III 7 I'. M. fllST) tin I hi, IClh rlay of July, llir.7, nt lliif UoOHOvelt Jiulldlntf, lioKuna- liorl, Indiana. Anyone tlGMlrlME; further Infor- m;illo» L'oncfjrfilrifct (lie abovn may roiiuict the .Hupt.rliitonduut of Hdiooln or hi« liulhorlxcd UKOIU tit tilt) atxivn iidilri<Nn. Dminlil IJ. 0'Nnlll, - PrOKldflnt KdKiir t>. .TiiMorUa - Secretary "\Vayni* B. Scliaufor - Treuaurer N't:winan It. Getj Karl U OttlliKur Board of School TniHLoe» Sfrlu.nl City, of i.oK'iuifiport Jjy rhfirli:* I.. Sharp Superintendent of School* 3-10 AO'I'IO'I 'I'll TAXI'AYKIIH OF I.OC;,VNSI'OHT, INDIANA. Xollirn IH iHiriiby -given lo ttio tax[»ay*.T''. of J.,owaiiMporl, CUMH County. Indiana, thai Din Hoiird of School TniHteuH of mild Hchoril ell.v. will iiHM-t ut the Itoouevelt huildliiK "it .inly 1.1, lu f ''', ut. 1 oVIoi-li, f.M. Contra) UnyllKlit Savin* Tim,- for the |nini"HO ut couxl'lerliiL.'; a proposal to CMliiblluli 11 rurnulatlvo btilMluK or fllnkliitf fund for th MM.-tlnn of now Krhool hiilldiiiKH or •t!tnoiU:llnK old school hullilluy-s and the' levying of un additional tax at thu nilo of Tl.flli on each $loo.0«l of taxable properly In l.oKanrtptirt, of tJaMH riinnty, Indiana, lo provide r.un<ln for mild fund, nnlil tax tj ho firm levied In lilfiX, payable in ItlSH. and e.lcli year I hort-.af tnr for 12 year*, all aH provided by Chapter frT of the Acts of I he (leaeral .A.-wmblv of the Slnu) of Jndlan.'L for l!''ir». as arm-iidod by Uhaji- ti-r 2-IS of llm Ai:l« of-lllo General AKHcinbly of Ihn Stain nf Indiana for 111-17; Chapter 222 of the AclH ol' l!'"j;i; and Chapter 61 of thi. Ai-tt. of UI5:,. V TaxpayorH are Invited to ho pri'-Hfiil and will have a rlisllt to he heard therein! before Hivld proposal l« finally njmroi-fiil nnd i<ubmlllnd to tho Plate Hoard nf Tax CnnniiliiHlniiiirB for approval I>i>»nlil O'.NVIII KclKilr f>. .lasorlla "Wayne II. Selmefer N. il. Hoe K. [.. Ottintfer The Itoard of School Trustees of the School City of. tiOKaiiNport, Indiana. Far All Occasion* GREETING CARDS "that say what you want to s»j' H I A T T' S, NEXT TO LOGAN THEATRE TRADE-IN ALLOWANCE ON ANY LIVING ROOM SUITE SECTIONAL HIDE-A-BED OR BEDROOM SUITE IN THE STORE (Except Nationally Regulated Items). FOR YOUR OLD LIVING ROOM SUITE SECTIONAL, HIDE-A-BED OR BEDROOM SUITE REGARDLESS OF CONDITION OR MORE! CONVENIENT TERMS HOLDEN'S RED STAMPS DOUBLE RED STAMPS ON ALL CASH SALES Spring - Summer Hats Vdrue» to $7.95 Straw and Fabric Slim-Jim Pants Values to $0.98 White and colors Faille and Linen Dusters Values to $19.95 Dark and Pastel Colon Wool Spring Coats and SUITS Vz OFF $29.95 to $59.95 Values "Rolfe" Leather Purses Values to $17.95 OFF Light and. Dark Shade* Printed Cot-ton Skirts Values to $6.98 Dark and Light Ground Sleeveless Cotton Blouses Value* to $3.98 $£.88 Solids and Stripes Wool Flannel Jackets $8.98 Value Only a few Lay~A-Way Sale New Fall Back-to-School Shetlanaire Sweaters Fur Blend Sweaters , Bulky Orion Sweaters Skirts Dyed to Match Cotton Waltz Gowns $3.98 to $6.98 Value . MARKET AT FOURTH Drip Dry—Floral Print For Shorts—Sheath* Dacron and Cotton Panty Slip Refj. $2.99 .49 Sale! Foundations Girdles Bras. Bandeau Panty Girdles Basques Longline Strapless

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