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Logansport, Indiana
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Wednesday, July 10, 1957
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Wednesday Evening, July 10. 1957. 11. FOR SALE CLEARANCE AIR-CONDITIONERS Priced as low as $5.00 down, fl.7S a week. Firestone Store, Third and Eel River. Phone 3922. 8UTTICE Fruit Stand, W. Broadway on U. S. 24. Watermelon on ice and vegetables. 26' modern housetrailer, reasonable. One mile north Galveston on Cemetery Road, after 6 p.m. Lynn Sines. TENT FOR SALE 40 ft. by 36 ft. Like new. Cost $500. Will sell for $250. F-7 3-ton DUMP TRUCK ' 5-yard new body. 6,000 miles on motor, 9.00 tires. Cost $5900, sell for $2000. 3-h.p. ELECTRIC MOTOR, $100 EARL JENNINGS, Inc. Phone 1143-W Country Club Heights, Monticello, Ind. Lake Homes and Cottage Rentals USED toy Farmall tractor, like; new. Clinton Loftus, Royal Cen •tcr. GOOD 5-piece porch set, glider, 2 chairs, stand and stool. Ph. 3297. GARAGE equipment, valve refac-| er, hard seat grinder, I'/i-tonj floor jack, battery charger, chain hoist and parts. 610 Bates. SHOWROOM sample shallow well pump, $33.50. A. J. Schmidt Co., 415 Eighth St. SEb THESE BEAUTIFUL • 10WIDES at BAIPsD MOBILE HOMES * 45-ft. Anderson * 4fi-ft. Pacemaker * 42-/t. Champion « so-ft. Detroitcr * 42-ft. Schult » 45-ft. Great Lakes * 48-ft. Skyline * 47-ft. Clear 8-ft. Wide Priced from $1,305 and up One, two and three bedrooms with over 40 new and used mobile homes. WE TRADE FOR USED TRAILERS AND FURNITURE Before Buying, See BAIRD'S ' 2 miles uouth of Peru on UK Dl I'lwna Tern GKkJJey 3-B808 12 GOOD THINGS TO EAT ;OLD watermelons, potatoes, bananas, raspberries. Sam Berkshire, 425 Cicott. Open evenings. 13. REAL ESTATE a. Homes 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 soil and the price is RIGHT! Appointment only. Also TO BUY OR SELL PLEASE TELL DaleW.McNutt "Our Staff Is si Your Service" Phone 2828 13. REAL ESTATE a. Houses 'OUR loss, your gain." 3-bedroom house, year old. Owner being transferred. 2601 Stadium Drive. FOR SALE EIGHT ROOM house, 5 down, 3 up. Good income property. $135 per month, 723 Whealland Ave ; May be inspected. Price $10,500. FOUR BEDROOM' house with full bath down, oil heat, 607 W, Broadway. 'May be inspected. Price $10,000. Nice lot to build on. Northside. Southwest corner o£ Treen and Norcross streets. Size 75'xl65'. Price $800.00. Lot on Weslside on Center street. Between Linden and Wheatland. Size 38'xl42'. Nice to build on or use (or parking lot. Price $700. Veronica Kroeger- Estate . Harold j. Tuberty, Any. Phones 4749 or 3631 Nelson Sharp, Retired Carroll Farmer, Dies FLORA—Nelson B. Sharp, 82, a retired Carroll county farmer, died in Logansport at 11:30 p.m. Tuesday following an illness of four years. Born in Clinton county on Feb. 9, 1775, he was the son of Beeeher and Sarah (Knettle) Sharp. He married Daisy B. Overholser who died J,une 13, 1950. The deceased was a member of the Flora Baptist church. Survivors include a'.son, Dale, iroute 2, Flora, .six grandchildren and three great grandchildren. BURNS Final rites [or Martin Burns, 81, Four sons, two brothers, and three!route 2, Kewanna, will be conduct- Death and Funerals GIBSON Funeral services for A'rthur K.- Gibson, 81, were conducted Wednesday morning at the McCloskey- HamUton chapel. Burial was made in Mount Hope cemetery. EHEA Funeral services for John. Davidson Rhea, 76, were conducted Wednesday afternoon at ' the Chase- Miller chapel. Burial was made in Mt. Hope, cemetery. sisters preceded in death. The body is at the Carter funeral home.. Funeral- arrangements are incomplete. Hawkins Stockyards Meat fype Above Quotations 190 to 210 20.15 210 to 230 1D.BS 7.30 to 250 19.50 250 to 270 39.15 270 to 300 111.75 Sows 17.00 down Boars 10.00 down Stags 10.00 down Veal 19.00 LOVELY 3-BEDROOM HOMES Low, low, less than rent. FHA terms. Immediate possession. Down payment a« low as $300. Call- LOGAN HOMES, Inc. Ph. 4047 FOR SALK by owner In Peru, 3 bedroom home, full basement. Moving to New Orleans, La., Kri- day, -July 12. Ph. Peru CK-II-WiVS. t'EKKKK & SMITH Mobile Home Salcx, Akron, Ind., Ph, TW-M2UD or TW-3-207S. 'A mi, 8. Akron. WAYNK oil convention burner, j Proctor relay and tdermoiitat; j fixer medium-wh<;c:Icd Schwinn! 2B" Imy'H bicycle, $4". 22U Kant] Broadway. i USKIJ furniture, oddn and ends,; do«r« and windows, ('.time make an 'iffer, Berkshire 1 !). 810 N. Third. HOUSKTHAILEUS and accessories Buy, sell or trade. 2 'ml. N, W on U S. Its. Maple Sprlngo. L1KK NKW window fan, uned 1 week, $:tO. I'd. •102IW. e.Musica! Inttrumont* ACCORDIONS, reasonable prlcCH, fumy Uirr/t.s. (titllti'K Accordion !Ii:arl(|ii;irti:r»i, VOj 12th. TMK new niniill player plunos fire all f.nm:, but w<; liiivii more on thi! way. Meanwhile we have HM- otht;r f ( oo(| buy in a recomliUomrd uiiijil K|<im't at only $:nfl.«J. Uiw monthly ten/if*. Slran^n Mil.'slc Jloiw; at Marocco'fi, 5X1 J 1 !. Brn.'Kiway. FOR SALK: "Harmony" blond Kultar, 'ft price. I'll -UMIil. RKN'i' a nirw WIJIlMT/KK 'pllino or ni'Kiiii, your t)ioli:« from var- Inly of fiiii:ilii.'ii. <;<;! icn I''KKK lussrinii. II yuii ilnridt! to keijj) il. all rental and delivery nlnirvtim an- credited to HIB pm'diaHi: prk'e. Myuranl. Iltjiuitj of Mtinic, f!2i! Kntil llr(i:iilwny. d. Poultry, EHJJI, Baby Chix YOUNI'i rdiMMiirlli-*, i!Xci:ll«iil for fr<!f/,lnK, %<' M'.r pound, I'hoili; 1132(1 Or I.III-ITMH 2IIII. i'0ll SAI.K: I HIM) iJi-K.'ill) and Leii- horns MarllaK In lay. I,OK«II llalcli':ry, B7.4 Michigan. I'lloni- 4i«)2. MODKKN K<;<; WASIIKKS $2«.!« II17.KR IIATCIIKKV, firniin Crock •. Suodi, Plant: OAltDKN nuppllKii, flower anil vim- (rtabl*: dimlfi and HprayjJ, Kpi'iiyri'H Mini fliifllprx. VvVi-il kllli'i'B, KJiiu'* llnl.i:li«!ry & l-'e'-d, Sixth and Nnrlh. I'hiini; 37111. f. Wearing Appar.l Bliil)AI, <; (i w ii n — lirlrtofimnld I>ri-HM!N - Hrlilnl V«IK . Ill-nil pliTun, (''lower (!lrl iJrex.iiiN, HIIOIW d. f.'rinoiiwii. I.A<;KY mil- DM. SllOr. MHI N, Union, Kii- kiimu (11. IKIHYI, h. Wanted to Buy WANTKI) TO HIIY: All mi-lfll porch Kliilnr. I'tionn 7011 1, WANTKI) TO llllY-lldcil riinplu furniture, Ktix A-;i4li, thin IICWK- )>U|H:r. fyk Ijuy irnm'» ijood u»«d clotliinn, «hoi)» ami hiitn. I'urfect Cloanert. 3M • 4th, I'liono 3010. I. For SaU or Trad* l»f)7 Ni-lt., ;i-bi'i|i'»»rn liuimulriillnr. 4 mili-fl S.l-;. of L«i!HiHi|)iirl on Klalo Ituail Mi. Aiiokn Trailer Cnurl. Ti.' OOOD'THINGS TO EAT b. Fruitt and V»s»*obl»« RED rn«pborrie». Call •l()97'l, Zodd'l. $500 down will buy this handyman's special. 3 bedroom, IVz baths, auto, oil heal. Full price, $5,800, $1,000 down will buy (hi« Royal Center home. LolH of room in and out- of-doorx. 1 bedrooms. Hi baths, KM furnace. Good deal at $10,500. $1,000 down will buy thin real co/.y all modern 3 bedroom home. Car- pftln anil drapes. I,andflcaped yard. You'll «el a lot for your money here. $1,500 down will buy tlilff all modern 2 bedroom, ia'x24' living room, cotianc. Stoker heal., Si-ear «ar- BKC. You will like It. Vnry well kept. KarJy poiiseiiliion if lined- cd. $1,500 down will liny Ilils Wallon home. 3 bcdi'ODrnfl, all modern ranch tyiin, AIII.O. oil furnace. Kool Vent awnlriKN, combination KlorniM. Uoulile lot, Priced, $1),BOO. $1,500 dowji will buy llil« rmui'ly new all moditi'a '-'. biiilroom hwnu, plaittorad walln, anl'i, oil fur- nniffi, Carport. Ittti'xWKi' l«t. Nlca ili'.il lutrc, Karly iioniiiiniil'in. AnkliiK »IO,lJOO. $2,000 down will buy Ililii aparlinunt luiriie. .'I cuiiipl'ili! iniltn, done- la tiaiit Nldii. A uoixl Inveiiltriunl. $2,000 down will buy Oils brick 4 apart- riiitnt IIOIIHI-, Ciiioil r«ul.alit, clows to lilijli schmil, ViM'y Illllit up- lu.'i'p, Makis youriwlf XOIIH) money lu:i'e. Ouo H'lbert HKAI/I'OH M.'ifl Clifton Avo, I'lmiie '/MM 4 bedroom modern home. Kaal Broadway. 7 room house, garage attached. Double lot, South. 4 room house, 01) heat. North, 6 rooms and bath. West. 4 rooms, not completed. North, 8 room duplex. Kasl Broadway. (I rooms, corner lot. Kast. Building lots. DOUGLAS MARTIN ROSCOE'MARTIN Realtors 202 Fourth St. 1'hcmc 4!i(IV Producers Stockyards 190 to 230 No. 1 20.90 t90 to 210 aft.40 20.00 10.00 210 lo 23(1 230 to 250 2!>0 to 270 270 to 300 10.25 10.00 FURNITURE LOANS LINCOLN FINANCE COMPANY Marl* Smnh, Mgr* Cham 1M5 ed at 9 a.m.. Thursday at St. Ann's church in Kewanna with the Rev. Fr. James Fitzgerald officiating. Burial will be made in St. Ann's cemetery. Friends may call at the Kroeger funeral home. Logansport, Indiana, Pharos-Tribune Nineteen Winners in Jefferson, Eel Township 4-H Clubs Named WESER Services for Charles E. Weser, 317 Eighth street, will be conducted Saturday morning at 10:30 o'clock at the McCloskey-Hamilton funeral home. Burial will be made in Crown Hill cemetery at Kokomo. ' • Sows Boars Stags 16.75 down ... 7.00-11.00 .. 7.00-10.00 Third Street Market Veals 18 Lambs .16 Veal Hides i?nof hides Eggs .12 . .25 Wayne's Produce Leghorn Hens 11 Heavy Hens 13 Popejoy Dressing Plant Heavy liens 13 Leghorn Hens 11 OWNKIl transferred, reduced for quick sale, tfot/d incume property, $14(1 pur month, 12-ruurn brick duplex, .'! hedroornx each apartment, was $l",5"", »" w "fly $11,750. tllliK) clown. Coril.ract tei'inn. Sue II anytime. 91! Kcl River Avenue, $1000 DOWN . huy lhin iiltrni.'llvu iiul)- urban 2 bedroom uiinvuntliiiiul built only I year old, llardwniiil floors, KariiK<!, lai'Kc lanilscapod premises, well liicalnd In a well kept KrowliiK area. Unusual opportunity to buy ()uulll.y .will) such n low down piiymisiit, Auk for full details. Quick pniinoii- »ion. Also TO HUY OH I'lJ'lAHK T DaleW.McNuu "Our .Staff IH nL Ynui' Hcrvli:»" J'lionii 2IKII LOANS PLAIN HOTE—HUTO—OR OTHER PERSONAL SECURITY CONSOLIDATE DI1T1 CASH YOU NHD MEDICAL IIUS ANV OOOD PUHPOSl TOWN FINANCE CO. OVER BAZUY'S MARKET LOGANSPORT. INDIANA Ph. 2232 410 1 /, |. Broadway Read the Classified Ads RENT an IRONRITE AUTOMATIC IRONER Hftl. w h*' ham* r/r.r.K Instruction Watch "Fronrior" WPBM, 2:30-3:00 Sunday b. Lot. 1,0'I'K for /ia1« on conlracl, HnKor Addition, clly. I'lion,, mm. \ IW; WI.B«, liny Kin: cleclrl- clty, ((an. (iaiili »i' coiilrncl. V.'lllll, LOTS lor «ul«, caiili or conlracl,. X2I7 Olio, I'll. HMD. «. farm* WHY HKNTV Own your own fnnn, Mr, Tenant. I'ay foi 1 a bi-antlrX, fann wllh niiiilnrn cli.y IIIIIIK; Illie null, mi HUD half milk chuck, lin- iiiiMllaln liiciiinit, Tiicrtn fiirni!!, W.lXXl In $IV.,IMH) ilnwn iiiiyiiidnl. i liicliiili! rattle, 1'i'i'ii anil iriadiln- i:ry,' Jolinmin Keally, Myriin Wniifiir, I'op., Abbiilnliiril, Win, iriuimi Alilioiiiforil a:i-l''-:ii.) Ill) MlllK farm nnnr Uruatt Crank. VM.naO. Uiiyd .InffurliiH, ftualtor, 40:1 l'!ur>t i:il)i. JtonlKinlut 1 , Ulnl KOH SAl.K—Nlcii 6-room InsiilaUul, llithlK und walcr, on Oakland Avunui), (Jull 110:17, NKW" 'tiiimeiTumi tMrntfon,. FlIA t«rm«. FOR SALE 2-lindroom Homo TKI) I'lMHONOTTK with JOK IIISHD INSUHANCfS AOKNCY 521 Krlu Av«. Phono 2717 LOANS Farmers! I'vo got BIG'NEWS for you thl» wook. Clrclti July 18 on your calon- clnr and don't rni»B ONE MAN HAY DAY. Yos, comit visit cm all day diimonnlnci- tlon of mowlncj — condition, brttaklng, bollnff, locidlnrj, olnvatlnr.) and ntor- Ino hay by ONE MAN — AiLONC. DATEi Thurnclay, July 18 TIMEi 9 a, m. lo A p, m. PLACEi Inn O. Snward farm (I'/j mlln» oosl of Young America on Slalo Road 18). Don't Mlf.» Tills—Inli'oduclnjj Ih* now John Vnoro Bald Ejttclor for 1 <T bolnr and n«w spfcclol oliwa I I n f| oqi/lpmenl for hay. JENSEN IMPLEMENT CO. 118 Burllnoto?! Ph, 46.37 Pre-fair judging of girls' 4-H projects . continued Tuesday with Mrs, Thomas Foster of Lafayette selecting winners in Eel and Seller- son township clubs. Miss Ethel Nice home demonstration agent, said entries from the Green Clover Schmoos and the Junior Homemakers of Eel town- 1 ship and the Willing Workers of Jefferson were judged. Wednesday's schedule included judging for Clinton township and for clubs at Onword and Walton. Results from the judging of Green Clover .Schmoos: BAKING Division I: Joelaino Brown, A; Patricia Carson, B; Ann Caug- liell. B; Sharon Harvey, A; Patricia K. Martin, A; Anita Settlc- myre, C; Connie Watson, A. Division 2: Jackcujeline Baker, A; Catherine Burns, A; Barbara Carson, A; Rona Lee Crist, B; Phyllis Gagliano, A; Beverly Hunter, A; Carol King. A; Barbara Long, B; Derena Leffert, A; Sandra Murray, A; Mary F, Schmidt, A; Sandy Sheplar, A; Elaine Umbarger, A; Joy Wade, A;-Judy Wolf, A. Division 3: Carol Louise Apt, C; Mary Burns, B; Carol Chapman, A; Kathryn Holmes, B; .layne Jackson, B; Susio Schwartz, B; Cheryl Upton, C. Division 4: Patricia Crump. A; Connie Schirm, A. Division 5: Nancy Viook'waHer, A; Arlenc tames, A; Georgia Miller, A; Linda Moon, A; Susan Kice, A; Carol Sdttlc- myre, A. FOOD PREPARATION Division 1: Rona Lee Crist, A; Karon McElheny, A; Mary ' F. Schmidt, A; Mary i. r . Vcsh, A. Division 2: Paula Dnllon, A; Phyllis GuKllanot A; Arleno Issues, A; Derumi Leffert, A; Poll! Jo Moon, A; Sandy Sheplar, 13; Judy A. Wolf, A. Division 3: Kathryn Holmes, A; Linda Moon, A; Susan Rice, A; Elaine Umbarger. A; CLOTHING Division 1: Ann Caughell, B; Sharon Harvey, B; Anita Settlemyre, B; Marcheta Whisler, A. Btvlston 5: Catherine Burns, A; Joelaine Brown, A; Dona Lee Crist, Hunter, A; Carol King, A; Christie Lu McDonald, Inc.; Sandra Murray, A; Susie Schwartz,. A; Judy A. Wolf, A; Mary F. Vesh, A. Division 3: Ann Burns, A; Barbara Carson, A; Kathryn Holmes, A; Jane Moyer, A; Mary Reid, A. Division 4: Connie Schirm, A. Division 5: Georgia Miller. Division (i: Arlene Issacs, A. Division 7; Carol Scttlemyre, A; Mary Burns, A. Results from the judging of the Willing Workers: BAKING Division 1: Rebecca Bacr, B; Glenda Kay Banter, B; Cnrolyn Cook, B; Ginger Gcllinger, B; Hope Miller, B; Driona Myers, B; Connie Pen:iy, A. Division 2: Janet Conk, C; Judy Forgey, A: Nancy McVety, A; .Diana Sue Koss, A. Division 4: .Michelle Miller, A; Jcanetle I'ownoli. A; Jcanninc Risser, A; Carol Kuck, A; Donna Tribbclt, A. Division 5: Sally DePoy. A. Division 0: Karen.Giffin, A', Division 7: Barbara Ann Ross, A. Division 8: Crystal Smith, A. FOOD PKESEHVATION Division 1: Judy Forney. A. Division 3: Barbara linihnker, A. Division 4: Dorothy Barr, A. Division 5: Crystal Smith, A. FOOD PREPARATION Division I: Carolyn C.'onk, A; j/Nancy McVoly. A; Cry.slaj Sjiiilli. JU. Division 2: JmlyKornoy, A; Di- ana Sue Ross, A; Carol Ruck, A| Donna Tribbett, A. Division 3: Dorothy Barr, A; Phyllis Pownell, B. Division 4: Michelle Miller. A; Jeanette Pownell, A; Jeannin* Risser, A. CLOTHING Division 7: Rebecca Baer, A; Glenda Kay Banter, A; Janet Cook, B; Judy Forgey, B; Diana Sue Ross, A. Division 3: Barbara Brubaker, A; Driena Myers. A; Carol Ruck, B. Division 5: Barbara Ann Ross, A, Division 6: Louisa Myers, A. Division 7: Crystal Smith, A. For Junior Homemakers: I BAKING Division I: A rating: Marcia K. Mast, Sue Ann Mast, Doris Pinney. B rating, Mary Brown. Division 2: Sliari K. Kuns, Geraldine Madonna. Janet Lee Snyder, B rating. Division 3: A rating, Kathy Perry, Sandra Pfaff. B rating, Mary Dexter, Rosann Keirans, Karen Kuns. C rating, Martha Koonoz. FOOD PREPARATION Division 1: A rating: Louis Bix- Icr, Sidney Bixlcr, Martha Koontz, Doris Pimiey, Janet Lee Sny dcr. B rating: Rosann Koirans. CLOTHING Division 1: A rating: Carla 3. Keilzer, Doris Pinncy. B rating: Shan K. Kuns, Anita Madonna, Gcraldinc Madonna, Sue Ann Mast, Tonya Regan. C rating, Janet Julion, Kathleen Dunn. Division 2: A rating, llolcwi Davis, Karen Kuns. B rating: Rosann Keirans. WALTON Cl'BS WIN WALTON — Walton Cub scout* won both the "A" and "B" hall games Tuesday night from tho Mexico Cub k'lims. The- score of Hie games were 33-H nnil 25-2(1. Delphi Cub teams will piny nt tho Wdllon Lions dimmmd nt 8:30 p.m. Kriday. 4'i'oorn funiHce, nil JJlh Struct, NKW n-bndroom U. 8. Sleel Homo* available on V, A. loan* at 3* down. DM awr, HELP WANTED -- MALE Young man for General Offle* work in r«tall branch, Th* Sh«i'wln-Wllllam> Co, Exctllent opportonlly for ad. vanctmsnt In many fitldi. Frlng* b»n*fl>*. CALL 4266 FOR APPOINTMENT WARDS' 412 E. Broadway Phone 4193 MONTOOMMRV WARD EVERY ONES BUZZIN ABOUT WARD'S 3 RING REFRIGERATOR-FREEZER BARGAIN CIRCUS AND THOSE NEW COLORED TELEPHONES will be installed rKtb '" p' ace °' present phone with additional rent paid for one year. For each of the first 25 customers to purchase a Tru-Cold Refrigerator or Freezer Wards Will Be Open Fri, July 121102 Midnight! SO EVERYONE CAN TAKE ADVANTAGE OF THESE TERRIFIC VALUES ANY REFRIGERATOR-FREEZER $10 DOWN-24 MONTHS TO, PAY Tru-Cold 12 cu. ft. - Ont Do«r R«- frigtrator. 2 Appliances in 1. Zwo « FrMzer Chtst. O*4ro«H 00* ckxy, Mar- 269 WITH T»A*i4N »»»»«r itoMM 80 HM. of I 13.2 CU. FT. 2 DOOR REF.-FREE2ER $299 with tradt

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