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Logansport, Indiana
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Friday, July 12, 1957
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Friday Evening, July 12, 19S7. 7. FARMER'S COLUMN «. UVESTOCK HOG FAKMERS. ««w boj market buying Monday thru Friday. T a.rft to l p.m. No commissions or yardage. HEINOLD'S, Royal . Center Hog Market. Call us tor further details. Phone 3295. Located at tht Royal'Center Sale Barn. DEAD STOCK REMOVED Indiana Rendering Co., Logansport Phones 4729 or 4730 FOR RENT: Nice dean 3 large rooms and bath, upper unfurnished east end apartment, private inside .entrance, automatic heat, lights and water furnished, adults please. 1424 Smead street after 5:00 p.m. b. implements COMBINES 19405-ft. Case Combine. Book price, $373.00. Our price— $149.00 1952 5-ft, Case Combine. Book price, $524.00. Our price-*$349.00 1950 6-ft. Case Combine. Boole price, $795.00. Our price— $549.00 1952 6-ft. '64' International Combine. Book price, $869.00. Our price— . $649.00 _ 1—L'sed New Idea Hay Rake, on rubber Ores. Used Broad Jet Sprayer. Several Used Tractors We Have One New Case "133" Baler in Stock GRABLE'S Implement Co. Twelve Mile, Indiana Phone 2241 10 FORJWNT 2-ROOM .furnished apartment, private bath and entrance. Phone 4366. 3-ROOM furnished, apartment.- 800- North Third, Bell No. 3. 11. KXI SALE FURNITURE, 3 .rooms, complete, $200. Write Box A-353, this newspaper. 11. FOR SALE 13. REAL ESTATE" MAGIC Chef restaurant gas range, gas grill, gas trench fryer, electric water fountain, gas incinerator, 12 chrome chairs. Ph. 5910*after 9 a.m. RENT a new WURLITZER piano ! or organ, your choice from var-j iety of finishes. Get ten FREE] . lessons. If you?- decide to'keep it, all rental and delivery charges! are credited to the purchase price. Mygrant House of Music;' 528 East Broadway. 9-CU. FT. refrigerator, used 6 months, new guarantee, $5 down, $2.50 a.week. Phone 3922'. Firestone Store. ONE 2 and one 3-room furnished apartments. Inquire 12 East Miami. .. - New in-sink Erator food waste disposer, sacrifice. Phone 6546. FOR SALE: 6 new cane bottom chairs. 1014 17th Street, FURNISHED 2-roono apartment. • Inquire 12th Street Tub-0-Suds Laundry? FURNISHED 2 rooms with private bath, entrance, laundry, T.V an- tennn available. 907 North St. MODERN unfurnished 2 rooms with kitchenette, heat, .hot water, electric stove and refrigerator furnished. Close"* to R-B-M. Adults. Phone 8454. 5 ROOMS and bath; unfurnished upper, redecorated apartment. 805'A Melbourne. Call 2553 or 2800. SMALL apartment, private entrance, adults only. 200 Wheatland Ave. 3-ROOM lovely furnished apartment in country. Private entrance, bath and garage, utilities I furnished. Call store hours. Ph. 3548. UPPER 4-room apartment. Phone 4268. ON VACATION—Be back July 15. Man to take care of the business. Boyd's Used Furniture, 1200 Erie 1 Avenue. USED coal furnace.' Phone 3437. DOWNSTAIRS sleeping room, cool and comfortable, may have home privileges if desired. Phone 8276 before 2 p.m. FURNISHED apartment. Call at 815 or 821 North Third. Ph. 3804 or 3595. ANTIQUES—Seth Thomas clock, mirror, carved mahogany chair, birch clock, platform rockers, cupboard, table with matching lamp, utility cabinets, breakfast set, rockers, radios, electric Tan and bookcases. Phone 4357. NEWLY decorated 2 roam furnished apartments. Phone 21588 or 4976. DELCO oil and gasJurnaces, high quality at reasonable prices. A. J. Schmidt Co., 415 Eighth. 1-ROOM kitchenette apartment. 136 Eel River Avenue. Ph. 50481. FOR SALE: New and used sprayers, repairs, pump repair service, approved formulations 2, 4D. Smith Farm Service, * miles south on 29, l west. 8. FLORISTS a. Flowers, Plant*' BEAUTIFUL large gladiolas, $1 a dozen. J & J, 12th and Market. LOWER unfurnished one bedroom, modern apartment, gas heat, drapes and garage furnished. Ph. 2559 or 52130. FOR SALE: Used refrigerators $35 up. General Supply Co. Phone 40001. 3-ROOM modern unfurnished up per, heat and water furnished. 815 17th after 5 or phone 8416 anytime. MODERN, unfurnished 3 rooms and bath, close-in. Ph. 3216. 9 FINANCIAL e. Houses & Duplexes FOR RENT—5 room half double. Telephone 50808. Car payments too high? See AMERICAN. SECURITY CO. 314 Filth. Logansport, Dial 3216 b. Business Opportunities Restaurant Fully equipped good going business. A money maker! Practically new masonry building that includes an all modern apartment. Everything is ship-shape. This is one of the nicest deals in the state. Highway location, ample room to expand. Boni- fide reasons for selling out. Otto HUbert REALTOR Office—206 Fourth Street Phones 2705 or 2684 5-ROOM all modern cottage. 914 Erie Avenue. Inquire 927 Erie, 5-ROOM modern, bath, garage. Inquire 508 Burlington Ave. i 6-ROOM 'A double, eastend. Phone 7824. 5-ROOM home, all modern, gas heat, hardwood floors throughout. . 701 West Broad'vay or Ph. 53447. 4 modern double, 6 rooms and bath, adults only. 909 High. Ph. 50698. HURRY! For rent or sale, 4-bedroom house. 217 21st. Ph. 21536. FURNISHED 6-room house, modern automatic washer, dryer, $95 a month. Write Box A-350, this newspaper! FOR RENT—5-room half double. Telephone 50808. . MODERN 3-bedroom home, east ' end, good location. Call 6438 after 5:00. FOR RENT: .Modern home, east- end, excellent for large family, i near town. Write Box A-341, this newspaper. FOR SALE—Drive-Inn, doing nice business, must sell because of husband's death and my health. Will sell on contract. Ph. 4652. DELIVER EGGS wholesale to retail outlets. $145 weekly. 1,0 hours weekly to start, with future full time possibilities. $1200 to $1800 cash performance bond required. Write to C. A. Gibbs, General Delivery, Logansport, giving complete resume, age, occupation, address, and state your exact deposit available for interview. FOR SALE—Grorery store with modern 5-room living quarters, doing nice business, in small town. Write Box A-343, this newspaper. f. Rooms PLEASANT room, private bath, parking space. 719 E. Market, NICELY furnished modern room, private entrance, close-in. 805 North. 2 FURNISHED rooms ground floor, private entrance. 1701 High. CLEAN sleeping rooms,, close-in, 514 E. Market. Pli. 20371. DOUBLE sleeping room, 2 employed girls. Phone 2816, g. Wanted to Rent J3 BEDROOM apartment or house for statf member of the engineering department, R-B-M. Ph. 5121, Extension 329. 10. FOR RENT GARAGE for rent. 811 High St. Phone 20136. a. Apartment* i UNFURNISHED apartments, adults only. Beaumont. Ph. 4529. UPPER 3 room furnished apartment, near high school. Phone 40G78. KEEP cool, downstairs apartment, children welcome. Trailer Court, Water street. FURNISHED apartment and rooms. 117 Seventh St. , FURNISHED 4-7oonT apartment, heat, adults. Inquire 228 Wheatland Avenue. WANTED TO RENT by fall: House between .Logansport and Burrows, reliable, middle-aged couple. Write Box A-354, this newspaper. WOliciNG. GIRL wants sleeping room or small kitchenette apartment with laundry privileges, close to downtown district. Write Box A-352, this newspaper. SUMMER CLEARANCE OF ; USED SEWING MACHINES White Automatic Blond Console. Universal Automatic blond desk. Singer Automatic Console. ^Kenmore Console with buttonholer $59.50 Singer Console with buttonholer -... $89.50' M. W. Console $39.50 New Home electric stand $17.50 Portables from $29.50 All guaranteed, Terms. Barber's Sewing Supplies 318 East Broadway 7 ROOMS and bath, located on'good highway, has bus service, ideal retirement home; For sale or trade on a farm. Ernest Jones, Route 1, Flora, Ind, .WHOLESALE PRICES" Refrigerators, ranges, air-conditioners., and televisions, Ph. 40001. 6pen\Monday evenings 7 to 10 p.m. ' . d. Poultry, Eggs, Baby Chix BABY chicks, 2 weeks old, New Hamps, 4 weeks old 'Leghorn pullets, turkey- poults 'and ducks. King's Hatchery^. Sixth and North. Phone 371«. READY-to lay DeKalb'p'ullets. Also' 10 week olds.. Baby chicks Aug. 12. Brown's Hatchery, Converse. YOUNG caponettesj excellent for freezing;/25,c per pound. Phone 8320 or Lucerne 2181. MODERN EGG WASHERS $29.95 HIZER HATCHERY, Grass Creek e. Seeds, Plants GARDEN supplies, flower and vegetable dusts and sprays. Sprayers and dusters. Weed killers. King's Hatchery & Feed, Sixth and North. Phone 3718. .. • Rbselawn Add'n Price adjusted on this three bedroom, full basement, gas heat, double garage; bifeezeway, large lot.'Shade traes,..many extras, good financing. -Appointment only. $1,500Down may buy this' r< al cutie, also nicely located in- Roselawn'Ad- 1 .dition. Two bedrooms, 'conventional construction, full basement, garage. Attractive premises and—Immediate possession. ~ Don't Wait—' • ; Phone 2928. DaleW.McNutt. YOUR REALTOR . Eve. 4886—2623—2-1767 FOR quick sale, 4 bedroom mod ern home. Call before 1 p.m 50425. n f. Wearing Apparel BARGAINS — BARGAINS Shop at the THRIFT SHOP, 411 E. Market. Sponsored by the women of the Calvary. Presbyterian church. BRIDAL G o w n's — Bridesmaid Dresses — Bridal Veils, Head pieces. Flower Girl Dresses, Hoops & Crinolines. LACEY BRIDAL SHOP, 506 N. Union, Kokomo GL 9-5871. HOUSETRAILERS This is no special, but everyday prices. $500 to $1500 off on all new trailers. Anoka Trailer Sales, 4 miles S. E. of Logansport on 35. h. Wanted to Buy ' WANT TO BUY-Used stoker for cash or will trade gun-type oil burner and tanks. Write Box A- 355, this newspaper. WANT housetrailer, pay cash. Write P. 0. Box 003, Marion, Ind. WE buy men's good used clothing, shoes and hats. Perfect Cleaners, 324 • 4th. Phone 3610. b. Miscellaneous ILECTRIC mahogany desk model sewing Machine, 24" attic fan, complete with motor. Child's toy sidewalk tractor. Ph. 56515. i. For Sola or Trade 1957 50-ft., 3-bedroom housetrailer. 4 miles S.E. of Logansport on State Road 35. Anoka Trailer Court. NEW 4-room 'house, garage, gas furnace. 511 13th Street. NEW 3-bedroom U. S. Steel Homes available on V. A. loans at 2% down. Dial 2397, 'OUR loss, your gain." 3-bedroom house, year old. Owner being transferred. 2601 Stadium Drive LOVELY 3-BEDROOM HOMES Low, low, less than rent. FHA terms. Immediate possession. Down payment as low as $300.i Call- • LOGAN HOMES, Inc. Ph, 4947 FOR picnics, Baker's Packaged Frying Rabbits. Ph. 740B. 1957 32-ft. housetrailer, all de- •lluxe equipment, used six months. Must sell. Located at Norway Trailer Court, Monlicel- lo, Ind. b. Fruits and Vegetables RED raspberries. • Call 40974. Todd's MACHINIST'S chest and tools, $60. Phone 20255. BE IN THE MONEY by, using Classified Ads to get buyers for things you'd like to. sell. Phone 4141. DUST respirators, 45c; canned heat, 2 for 25c; flashlight batteries, 2 for 25c; 1-lb. can saddle soap, 25c. Bargain Center, 322 Third. FOR SALE—5-tpn G. M. air-conditioner, like new; also restaurant equipment, all in good condition. Phone Capital 3-2012, Rochester, Ind. 5 OR 6-ROOM house, family of 5. Phone 52102. WANTED TO RENT: Space for new housetrailer. Phone 8300 after 5:00 p.m. 1 room apartment, heat furnish' e d. East. S room apartmfcnt lower, Fourth ' Street. . > room furnished • apartment. North. • PHONE 4567, 3 ROOMS and balh, water and heat lurnished, TV, stove, refrigerator furnished. Phone 8746. II. FOR SALE a. Ho>-ienald Goods ' SEVEN-piece dining suite. Dial 3711. NU-VAC swivel top G. E. and Alden cleaners, J9.95. Hose for all makes. 919 Race St. USED APPLIANCES: Frigidaire refrigerator, G. E, 21" television, floor model, priced lo s»ll. Westinghouse electric range. Dowagiac oil water heater, food freezer. Marshall Chevrolet, "Your Electric Appliance Dealer." Royal Co;:ter, Ind.. Phone 2285. 3-ROOM, newly decorated, tile bath, • shower, automatic heat, •oft water, unfurnished apartment, no children. Call Apartment 1, 912 East Market. SOLID walnut drop-leaf gateleg table. Phone 7824. A DREAM come true, no waxing to do. Use Glaxo plastic type linoleum coating. Flanegin Ace Hardware. ANNUAL CLEARANCE SALE Starting July 12, 1957 . with a saving of 10% or more. WAS NOW 36' 2-bedroom $3795 $3400 47' 2-bedroom 4695 4300 50' 10 Wide 5C95 5200 27' 1-bedroom 2700 2500 45' 2-bedroom 4500 4100 This is just a few of the bargains you will find at BAIRD MOBILE HOMES We now have Carrier Air-Conditioners. BAIRD'S , 2 miles south of Peru on US 31 Phone Peru GRidley 3-9808 12. GOOD THINGS TO EAT WHITE Rock fryers.. Phone Lucerne 2208. 4 bedroom modern home. East Broadway. 7 room house, garage attached, Double lot. South... 4 room house.. Oil heal. North. 6 rooms and bath. West.. 4 rooms, not completed. North. 8 room duplex. East Broadway. 6 rooms, corner lot. F,ast. Building lots. DOUGLAS MART IN or ROSCOE,MARTIN Realtors 202 Fourth St. Phone 4567 Appropriation Hearings Set By Tax Board Representative'of Board To Be at County Auditor's Office Next Friday Hearings on additional appropriations requested by two taxing units in Cass county will be conducted by a representative oE the state board ofilax commissioners Friday afternoon, July 19, in the office of County Auditor Richard. Gohl, •according to notice received by the auditor from the state board. • The first of these is for the civil city of Logatisport at 2 p.m. ana 1 the other is for Adams township at 2:30 p.m. Although the /city did . not file a report wiCh the auditor's office on the additional appropriations being requested, it is assumed th'at they are the ones approved by Die city council at its regular July meeting. ' These include .£25,000 for land for the board of aviation commissioners, $63,000 for'rubbish collection and $2,200 for the- building commissioner department in the board of public works and safety budget, $15,000 for parking meter equipment, $3,000 for salaries in the parking meter department, .$6,000 for other equipment in the street and sewer department, and $1,600 for repair of curbs and'Side- walks. , ; There also are a number of other appropriations ranging from $150 to $500 apiece which were passed at the regular meeting after they had failed to pass at the special meeting called lor that purpose on June 24. The hearings for Adams township is on a request for $1,SOO for repair of buildings and grounds. Logansport, Indiana, Pharos-Tribune Thlrte Reveal More Results In Pre Fair Judging COLD watermelons, potatoes, bananas, raspberries. Sam Berkshire, 425 Cicott. Open evenings. b. Lots LOTS for sale on contract. Unger Addition, city. Phone 56355. 13. REAL ESTATE VE have buyers for 2 and 3 bedroom homes. Ted Personette with Joe Herd Insurance Agency, 521 Erie. Phone 2717. a. Houses 727 18th SI. 4 bedrm. mod. 1'A baths. Built-ins. Oil furnace. Gar. Fruit trees. $7,250. 425 Wheatland. 7 rm. mod. Ig, lot. Bath. Coal furnace. $7,500. 628 Front St. 3 • bedrm, mod. Bath. New coal furnace. $5,500. 230 W. Miami. 7 rm. mod. vacant, to settle estate, $4,500. ' Royal Center. Cor. Grant and South Sts, 5 bedrm. mod. Ig. rms. Bath. Coal furnace. 4 Ig. lots. $9,500. Delphi, 1 mile east on old Camden rd. located on Deer Creek. 5 rm.. mod. except furnace. Barn. Chicken house. Hog house. Spring water. Over 6 acres. $6,500. • H. ERVIN HAHNER,' Realtor 538 Bates St. Phone 4716 BUILDING sites, any size, electricity, gas. Cash or contract. 7398. FOR SALE by owner in Peru, 3 bedroom home, full basement. Moving to New Orleans, La., Friday, July 12. Ph. Peru GR-3-9673. TWO 26" girls' bicycles; good condition. Phone 8549. CLEARANCE AIR-CONDITIONERS Priced as low as $5.00 down, $1.75 a week. Firestone Store, Third and'Eel River. Phone 3922. 26' modern housetrailer, reasonable. One mile north Galveston on Cemetery Road, after 6 p.m. . Lynn Sines. FERREE & SMITH Mobile Home Sales, Akron, Ind., Ph. TW-3-3285 or TW-3-2075. >4 mi. S. Akron. HOUSETRAILERS and accessories Buy, sell or trade, 2 mi, N. W. on U. S. 35. Maple Springs. FOR SALE; Child's chain-driven tricycle, $8. Phone 8762. TENT, 16x20, good for camping, $15. Trailer Court, Water street. c.Musieol instruments ACCORDIONS,, reasonable prices, easy terms. ( Gallo's Accordion Headquarters, 705 12th. THE new small player pianos are all gone, but we have more on the way. Meanwhile we have another good buy in a reconditioned used Spinet at only $395.00; Low monthly terms. Strange Music House at Marocco's, 521' E. Broadway. 'WRIGHT ST. 2 bedroom modern with very nice kitchen and bath.> WHEATLAND AVE. 4 bedroom mod. being sold completely furnished. Garage, basement, only $750ft. N. THIRD. An outstanding 3 bdr. mod. buy. Bath and 'a, 2- car gar. New roof, compl. dec. .$7500. E. MARKET. Duplex, 3 rm and bath up, 5 rm. and bath down, $7500 on contract with very low down. MERRILL WILSON, Realtor 300 North St. Phone 3798 Eves. Ph. 7277 or 9124 e. Farms ' WHY RENT? Own your own farm, Mr. Tenant. Pay for a beautirHl farm with modern city home like rent on.one half milk check, im. mediate income. These farms, $4,000 to $12,000 down payment include cattle, feed and machinery. Johnson Realty, 'Myron Wepfer, rep., Abbotsford, Wis, (Phone Abbotsford 25-F-31.) CHARGED WITH ASSAULT Logansport police Friday evening arrested David D. DuBois, 21, 203 E. Colfax street, op a charge oC assault and battery. Ruth Ann DuBois signed the complaint. HB is being held in county jail, pend- trial in city court. Opal Esther Day, 63, Dies Near Rochester ROOHESTDR-Opal Esther Day, 63, died following an illness of one y.ear at 7:10 a.m. Friday at her residence on route 4, Born near Leiters Ford on June 25, 1894, she was the daughter of George and Nellie Rarrick. She was married to Ffed M. Day on Feb. 1921. The deceased was a member of the Methodist . church the WSCS Society, and the Rebekah lodge in Leiters.Ford. Survivor.<; include her husband, a daughter, Mrs. . Clayton Joan Skoog, Mishawaka; two sons, Harold and Thurl of. South Bond; six grandchildren and one great grandchild, two sisters, Mrs. Hazel- Ball, Michigan City; and Mrs. Doris Veyers, Mishawaka; and ' a brother, • Thurl Goughenour, South Bend. Final rites will be conducted at the 1 Foster and Good chapel at 1:30 p.m. Sunday with the Rev. Jump officiating. Burial will be made in the South Lawn cemetery in South .Bend. Friends may call at the chapel after noon Saturday. 30 Attend Wheat Variety Session Keller Beeson, Purdue agronomist, discussed varieties of wheat with 30 farmers Thursday evening at the Charles Barker and Paul Williams farm. Knox wheat is the most widely grown .in' Indiana and will sihare popularity with the newer Vermillion and Dual varieties he reported. Vermillion, similar in some respects to Knox, is more winter- hardy than any named variety. Dual can be used for early seed ing as well as at the normal seeding date. It is the only Hessian Fly-resistant variety in use, Beeson said. FURNITURE LOANS LINCOLN FINANCE COMPANY Mari* Smi.h, Mgr. Phwl. 32*5 Boehme Is Removed To Local Hospital Fred Boehme, 30, 99 Western avenue was admitted to Memorial hospital Friday morning, following his transfer from the Rochester hospital. Boelime was.taken t-j Die Rochester institution early Friday riiorn- ing after he fell from a scaffokt on Pre-fair judging activities continue today in Adams, Bethlehem,__ and Boone townships, according, to Miss Ethel Nice, home demonstration agent. The • Yankee Maidens of Deer,; Ireck township and the Busy Bod-. :es of Washington townshipp were,, judged Thursday in baking, food 3reservatU«Cfood preparation, and' clothing. Results from judging by the. Busy Bodies of Washington Town-' ship: BAKING Division 1: Barbara--Ann Down- lam, B; Frances Jay, A; Sherril J. Lantz, B; Dorothy Pownell. A; • Christina Spitznogle, C; Kathy Toe-. co, A; Janie Waters, C. Division 2: Carol Chumney. A; Pamela Koch, A; Sharon Sue Smith, B; Pat Richason, A: Linda Sue Thomas, A; Emily Jane Woolever, C. Division 3: Susan Baumann, B; Linda Fiedler, A; Doris Kiesling!' B; Patricia Menen, B; Mareia Shaff, B; Bonnie Lee Waddups. B:-Barbara Woolever, B. Division 4: Audrey Lantz, C; Mary Lois Martin, B; Ruth Ann Morgan, A. Divj- sion 5: Julia Cabiness, B: Sue- Reeser, A; Judy Shaff, A; Sharon Roll, B; Janet Willis, B; Martia Zoilman, B. Division 7: Polly Ramer, A. Divf-- sion 8: Ellen Ramer, A. FOOD PRESERVATION Division 2: Connie Lou Shaff and Judy K. Shaff, both A. FOOD PREPARATION Division 1: Rita Gremelspacher; A; Shirley Griffith, A; Frances ' Jay, A; Rulh Ann Morgan, A,-' Sarah Rude, B; Barbara Woolever; A; Division 2: Susan Baumann, A:Carol Ann Chumrey, B; Mareia Shaff, A; Bonnie Lee Waddups, A. Division 4: Julia Cabiness, B; Sharon Roil, B; Martia Zollman, A, Division 5: Kalhy Ream, A; Judy' K. Shaff, A; Janet Willis, A. Divi-• sion 7: Ellen Ramer, A. CLOTHING Division 1: Linda Lou Burrous, A; Christina Spitznogle, A. Division 2: Barbara Downham, A; Linda Fiedler, 4; Patricia Mennen, B; ' Pat Richason, B; Linda Sue Thomas, B. Division 3: Carol Chumney.. A; Linda Lefferl, A; Mary Lois Martin, A. Division 4: Marilyn Grusemneyer, B. Division 5: Bonnie Bcrlot. A; Julia Cabiness, A: Pennie Kinna- • Polly Ra : -, roofing firm. Hospital attaches report his condition as good, pending X-ray examinations to be performed here Friday, Auto Hits Parked Car; Slate Driver . James A. Allan, 55, 32 Lux street, was charged by police Friday will) reckless driving in connection with an accident at Fourth and Broadway about 6:30 p.m. Friday. Police report said that Allan was A< Ellen Homer, A; Kathy Rean'i, A. For Yankee Maidens of Deer Creek: BAKING Division I, Earline K. Miller,.B; Cheryl Lunn Oden, B. Margie Os, born, B. Davona Pruitt, B..Narda Dene Shawver, B. Dutie Simpson, A. Division 2: Nancy Lou John ; son, A. Joann Maiming. B. SliarJyir Martin, A. ,Sue Swoverland, A. Anita Wheeler, A. Joyce Ann Woolley, B. Division 3: Linda Henry B. Patty SPECIAL OPPORTUNITY TO BUY A GOOD SMALL FARM A very'nice 3 bdr..modern home located near major highway on 24 acres of highly productive land. Immediate, poss. The ; price. is right. MERRILL WILSON, Realtor 300 North St. Phone 3798 Eves. Ph. 7277 or 9124. 80 ACRE farm near Grass Greek. $20,000. Lloyd. Jefferies, Realtor, 403 East 13th. Rochester, Dial CA-M111. d. Lake Cottages ' SMALL modern year around cottage on South Mud Lake. Consider contract. Good boat and good fishing. -Call 50425 before 1 p.m. FOR SALE: Shultz Lake, private, natural, on 84-acre improved farm. Terms. W. Grow, Warsaw, Ind. L O AN S PIAIN NOTE—AUTO—OR OTHER PERSONAL SECURITY TOWN FINANCE CO. OV;R BAZLEV& MARKET LOGANSPORT. INDIANA PhV T2S2 410"; C^flroodwo Card of Thanks We wish to thank Doctors Hoch : . halter, Hall and King, St. Joseph hospital, Evans funeral home, Methodist church, Rev. Tom Swantner, Margaret Williamson, friends, neighbors and relatives for their flowers, cards, expressions of syrn- palhy,,and kindness shown tO'Us-in the loss of our baby daughter.' . —Mr. and Mrs. Marshall Collins and sons. RENT an IROHRITE AUTOMATIC IRONER Fer at < A .00 includes little L fa>* homt •" PER « «EEK instruction Watoh "Frontier" WFBM, 2:30-3:00 Sunday 5-ROOM cottage, basement, mod ern except furnace, Call 52226. BasU.Allen. FOR SALE: Lovely 4 bedroom . home close to Riverside park. Phone .7277. Ultra mod.-country home located east of Twelve Mile on route 16. Built in 1938. Has 9 rms., 3 baths. Built-ins. All 1 'oak hdw. firs. Decorated. Steam heat. 13x18 greenhouse. Tool shed; Carport. Landscaped, 3 acres of ground. Would cost over $35,000 to build at today's prices. $17,000. H. ERVIN HARNER, Realtor 538 Bates St. Phone 4716 FOR SALE—Nice. 5-room cottage, insulated, lights, -and water, on Oakland Avenue. Call 8037. NEW homes and garages, FHA terms. Walton 3915. CHRYSLER CORPORATION'S Torque-Flit e Transmission Plant Located at Kokomo, Indiana 4icu; immediate openings far TIME STUDY MEN MACHINE REPAIR MEN TOOL MAKERS i . * Steady employment, in fine community with GOOD PAY, EXCELLENT WORKING CONDITIONS, MODERN FACHJTIES, PLUS OTHER CHRYSLER EMM.OYCE BENEFITS. Employment office open 8 o'clock a. m. to 4 o'clock p. m.. (D'.S.T.), Monday through Friday. i - 2301 S. HBGD ROAD (U.S. Rood 31 Bypan) ' , Kokomo, Indiana driving west on Broadway wheni Krise ' B ' Jcan Nelson. A. Edna his car ran into the parked car Osborn, .B. Marslia 1'ickeU, B. of John L. Kelly, to, of Indianapolis. Police said both cars wer« extensively damaged. Death- and Funerals WESER Final rites for Charles Edwin Weser 75, 317 Eighth, will be conducted al 10:30 a.m. Saturday at the McCloskey-Hamilton chapel with the Rev. Raymond Echols oT- ficialing. Burial wiil be made in Crown Point comelery al Kokomo. Friends may call al the chape). MOLER Final riles for Mrs. Pearl A. Moler, 68, 1925 Rogers, will be conducted at 2 p.m. 'SiUurday at the Fisher chapel with the Rev. J. E. Campbell officiating. Burial Ruthie Smith. A. Carol Sue Wilson, A. Division 4: Karen Sue Buettner, A. Susan Downham, A. Mary Jonps, A. Pam Shawver, A. Kathie Wilson, A. Division 5: Betty Lou Eiliolt, A. Barbara Lybroolr, B. Joclla Bultner B Sharon L. Segraves A. Ellen Wilson, A. Food Preservation, Divisian 5, Betty Lou Elliott A. FOOD PREPARATION Division l Narda Dene Shawver, A. Division 'i, Sharon L. Scgraves A; Linda Henry B. Division 5. Ellen Wilson A. CLOTHING Division 1. Susan Downham, A. Sharlyn Martin, B. Eariine K. Miller, A. Cheryl Lynn Oden, A. Sue Swoveriand, A. Division 2: Karen Sue Buetlner, A. Pally Krise, A. Jean Nelson, A. .Anita Wheeler, '• A. Carlo Sue Wilsor;, B. Joyce A;,n will be made in the Zion cemetery| \Voolley B at Lucerne. Friends may call at! Division 3: Linda Henry. B. Di- tlie chapel. vision 4 . Pam sliawvorp Ap Iiul |,; e _ Smith, A. Division G: Rita N'clson,.; A. Barbara Lybrook, A. Sharon bV Segravcs, A. Kllen Wilson, A. Di'-' vision 7: Sonjo Morris, A. Linda Rae Shawver, A Division 8: Betty Lou Elliott, A. Judith L. Wilson', Hawkins Stocliyards Meat L'ype ADove Quotations 190 to 210 20.40 210 to 231) 20.15 230 to 250 19.80 250 lo 270 19.40 270 to 300 19.00 Sows 17.25 down Boars ; 10.00 down Slags 10.00 down VecJ Veals Lambs Third Street Market 19.00 .18 .16 A. Producers Stockyard* ]90 to 230 No. 1 21.1S 190 to 210 20.65 2)0 lo 230 20.J5 230 lo 250 19.85 250 lo 270 19.50. 270 to 300 19.25 V'eat Hides ...i 12jSows 17.5D down lieef hides . MV>\ Boars 7.00-10.00 Eggs .25'Stags 7.00-10.00 SALE CALENDAR I July 12—Joe's Auction Teel ' July 13—Cressy Thomas Havens, Est;,' Roy Cruma July 13—Rosa Myers Est Waldroiv -. July 17—Stoney Pike Roller Rink ...: Waldron,' July 17—Dr. Thomas L. Cooper Estate ; Teel, Auct.. j July 20—Paul C, Lanborn, Estate Thompson, AiM.' 1 " July 20—Mrs. Blanche Northcutt'Est Rinehart & Sons, Auct, t July 27—Mrs. Louise Burnette .. Rinehart & Sons, Aucls/'" July 27—Anna Olmsted Estate Household good O. A Monesmith, Auct. Aug. 3—Dr. Carter Estate Rinehart & Sons, Aucts. HELP WANTED-MALE Young man for General Office work in retail bron:h, The Sherwin-Williams Co. Excellent opportunity for ad-, vancement in many fields. Fringe benefit*. CALL 4266 FOR APPOINTMENT

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