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Logansport, Indiana
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Thursday, December 12, 1957
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Evening, December 12, 1957. J3-J REAL ESTATE OW .f E ? wishes to trade lovely mo- nue home for modern home in Logansport. Jefferies Agency, _J03JEast 13th St., Rochester. o- Houses MODERN home, 2708 East Broadway gas heat, incinerator, dishwasher, carpeted. Phone 6460. Don't Tell Santa, You Want a New Home, Tell Us!! Bonus for Christmas? There's no better place to put it than into a home of your own. See this real family home where you will have a study, dining and large living and powder room, and a brand new kitchen down. 4 bedrooms and 2 new baths up. Gas furnace, 2-car garage. Short distance from Daniel Webster school. Immediate possession. Fireplace for Santa to come down in this vacant east side home. Here we have a real Christmas buy for someone. Everything .is big here. Lot, trees, homi;, all rooms, 8 wardrobe closets, beautiful tile kitchen and baths. You won't feel boxed in here. Plenty of room for all family activities. Better hurry so your children will be the ones to wait for Santa beside this fireplace, Bells Hang sleigh bells at the door and welcome your friends in this nearly new custom built ranch on East Roselawn. 3 bedrooms, dining room or den, birch cabinets in roomy kitchen, shower in large basement. Plus extra facilities. 2-car garage and 100 ft. lot. Plan your Christmas celebration for this home . . . 'cause you can move in before the holidays. It's a brand new 3 bedroom ranch, with breezeway and 2-car garage on nearly 1-acre lot. Otto Hilbert REALTOR Ph. 2684 ON contract, home, northwest side, 6 rooms, bath, hardwood floors downstairs, furnace, close to R-B-M. Strecker-Brown Agency. Ph. 4303. Agriculture Class Set For Tuesday Two Purdue University agricul-i tural specialists will conduct thei annual .Agronomy Winter Educational School next Tuesday at the' Jackson-Kitchel Implement company. The school is part of the Cass county Corn, Hay and Potato Show scheduled for Monday and Tuesday. The morning program will begin at. 10 o'clock. 0. C. Lee will discuss "The Use of Herbicides and the 1958 Recommendations for the Control of Problem Weeds Such As Giant Fox Tail, Canada Thistle, Woody Plants, etc." During the afternoon . session, which will begin at 1:15 o'clock, L. H. Smith, extension agronomist, will talk or; "Agronomy Tomorrow." His talk will include discussions on vertical mulching, dwarf corn, subsoil fertilization, radioactive fallout as it affects crops, growth hormones for plants and specialized agricultural weather forecasts. The program is open to all residents of Cass county. It is boing sponsored by the county extension office. W[N SEM[FJNIALSJN COLLEC^ TEST_ Byron C. Berkshire Succumbs at 57 Byron C. Berkshire, 57, died un- expectly at 8:30 a. m. Thursday at the Logansport state hospital, where he was employed as an attendant Death was due to a heart attack. A resident of Burrows, Ind., he was bora July 21, 1900 in Marion to John and Murtle Clemens Berkshire. He was a veteran of World War One. Surviving are the wife, Melba, three daughters, Mrs. Wayne Hiesie, Carol and Sharon; a s;on, John, all of Burrows; and three sisters, Mi's. Elizabeth Brown, Indianapolis, Mrs. Agnes Newman, Garrytown, Ind., and Mrs. Jernie Connors, of New York City, N. Y. The body is at the McCIoskey- Hamilton funeral home, rites are pending. where 6 ROOM, 1 story modern home, oil, hot.water heat, 2 car garage. | 3130 N. Pennsylvania Ave. Ph. 1 2489. FURNISHED cottage, on Wabash river at Big Bend, 7 miles east. Inquire during 10th to 29th this month. Monticello Julian Lemon of Reynolds has returned from Chelsea, Michigan, where he attended the 18th annual convention of the National Farmers' Guild, Inc., Dec. -3 and 4, and as the national president, presided and had charge of the meeting. Mr. Lemon was re-elected national president as were other national officers and directors as follows: vice president, Frank Menges, Cleves, Ohio; Frank Rayburn, Grand Rapids, Mich., secretary-treasurer; directors, John Waldman, Cincinnati, Ohio; Sam Bolinger, Rossville; Otto Fischer, Marlette, Mich.; Percy Jensen, Greenville, Mich., Claude Simmons, Levionia, Mich. c. Farms 100x200 ft. lot on old Royal Center Pike. Ph. 9797 after 4:00 p.m. Well improved 120 acres, in Wayne Twp., Fulton Co. Level land, modern dwelling, March l possession. Price 5300 per acre. FRANK T.MORRIS AGENCY, Inc. 125 Fourth St. Ph, 3063 President Lemon and Mr. 13ol- inger of Rosswille attended the national meeting at Chelsea from this community. The Rev. and Mrs. Giltert L. Piker and family went to Terre Haute Monday to attend funeral services for an uncle, James Brawn, whose death occurred at Hav.-thorne, Cal. The body was returned for burial in. a family lot in a Torre Haute cemetery. Rites were held at the Thpmas Funoral Home in that city Monday afternoon. Mr. Brown would have reached his 96th birthday in March, A native of Brazil, the aged man 'was a retired coal miner. Very alert and attentive to world news through newspapers, TV and radio. Mr. Brown was a iitaunch Republican and often compared modern conditions with the "old days," his interviews and "memories" on his birthday always of interest. Mr. Brown had many friends throughout this area as he had often visited at the Piker home when the Rev, Piker held pastorate at Medaryville and Kentlund. Births: Monday, December-9, 1957 —To Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Inuis, 563 South Bluff, a daughter. FLORA—Daniel Trobaugh, 88, ofj Tuesday, December 10, 1957 — Cutler, died at 4': 30 a. m. Thursday'Mr. and Mrs. Quentin Smith, corn at the Deer Creek nursing home. or o: " 4th and West Broadway, a He had been ill for three years. 160 A. level productive soil, good production records, one ownership since 1915, new large barn, good dwelling, other buildings, excellent fences and ditches, $225 -acre. Good 'buy and terms offered. Several attractive 80-acre farms. Excellent GO-acre, good buildings, only $17,0CC, terms. Deamer & Deamer, Realtor, Ro. Chester, Ind. Daniel Trobaugh, 88, Of Cutler, Succumbs daughter. . Dismissals: Monday, December A retired carpenter, he was born: g. i957_Mrs. Virgil Snowberger, Ardcll Price, left, and Bill Withrow, right, are congratulated by liigh school guidance director John Ulmer for their achievements iu a nationwide college aptitude test given last October. The two seniors had the highest scores in the local high school and will enter semifinal testing In. January with high hopes of winning one of the 800 college scholarships to be awarded next year. Deaths and ' Funerals KELLEY Funeral services for Albert E. Kelley, 69, of 522 Twenty-second street, were held Thursday afternoon at the McCloskuy-H-amilton funeral home, with the Rev. Harold King officiating. Burial was in Walton cemetery. NABER Final rites for Mrs. Eva Naber, 55, of 1417 George street, will be at 9 a.m. Saturday at the Kroeger chapel, with Msgr. John P. Schall officiating. Burial will be in Mt. Hope cemetery. SKELTON Last rites for Ethmev Ora Skelton, 68, of 326 North street, will be at 1 p.m. Saturday at the McCloskey-Hamilton funeral home. The Rev. Raymond Skelton will officiate. The Moose Lodge will conduct, rites at 7:30 p.m. Friday, and the Brotherhood of Railroad Trainmen No. 109 will hold, services at 8 p.m. Friday. Burial will be in Mt. Hope cemetery. Set Funeral Rites For Peru Resident PERU — Funeral services for Alva Emerson Rathel, 83, retired blacksmith who died Monday of a heart attack, will be conducted at 2 p. m. Friday at the Drake-Flowers chapel. Tiie Rev. Russell Shalley will officiate and burial will be made fti Mount Hope cemetery. Friends may call at the funeral home. He was born in April 1874 in Delaware county, the son of James and Emily Maynard Rathel. The deceased resided in Peru for the past 50 years. Survivors include:' a son, Fred, of Daleville; three step-children, Mrs. Ezra Fisher and Arthur Van Hall, of Peru; and Charles Lancaster,, in the U. S. army; two brothers, Garland, of Kokomo; aud Benjamin, of Gaston. VFW Christmas Party Planned December 21 Plans for the annual Christmas party for children Saturday, December 21, were outlined at a meeting of the Veterans of Foreign Wars Wednesday night. The annual Christmas supper for members and their families will be served at 6:30 p.m. Wednesday at the VFW lodge. Members are asked to bring a covered dish and table service. Three new members were initiated. They were John Worth, Everett Emerson and Cleo Barnett. James Neal has replaced John Myers as canteen manager, it was announced. The next regular meeting will be held on January 8. Hawkins Stockyards Meat type acove quotations 180 to 200 19.25 200 to 220 19.10 220 to 240 18.60 240 to 260 ^18.10 260 to 280 17.60 280 to 300 17.10 Sows 15.50 down Stags 10.00 down Veal 19.00 PRODUCERS STOCKYARDS 190 to 210 19.25 190 to 230 No, I 19.75 210 to 230 19.00 230 to 250 18.50 250 to 270 18.00 270 to 300 17.75 Sows 16.00 down Boars 10.00-11.50 Stags 11.00-14.00 Third Street Market Veals 20 Lambs 18 Veal Hides .12 Beef Hides 05 Eggs .40 July 13, 1869 to Daniel and Susan Trobaugh. In 1887 he married Minnie Black, who died in 1944. He was a member of the Cutler Presbyterian church. • Surviving are two sons, Irvin, Logansport; Daniel F., Harrison, Ohio; two daughters, Mrs. Ethel Route 1, Francesvllle. Tuesday, December 10, 195T — Clarence Cripe, Route 2, Monti.cel- First. Mr. and Mrs. Charles McCully, R. 3, Monticello, announce the engagement of their daughter, Rogene, to Jack Han, son of Mr. and , Hill Catron. Forest, Ind., and Mrs.'' ": !l , Bertha Bell, Burlington; four 1 H McCu]]y Mr> Han sndseveral Friends may call Friday at the Leiter funeral home in Flora, where services wi.ll be held at 2 p. m. Saturday. The Rev. Edward Morris will officate. Burial will be in Ball Hill cemetery. are seniors at Buffalo high school. Hollmark Christmas Cards When You Car* Enough To Send Th« V.ry Best COONIE'S GIFT SHOP Walton, Indiana FURNITURE LOANS LINCOLN FINANCE COMPANY Mori. Sm,.h, Mjr. Pham 32ti chest x-ray screening program sponsored by the White County Tuberculosis Association was received from Ihe State Board, of Health Thursday, Dec. 5th. The task of reporting to all persons x-rayed in the county has been completed. All abnormal findings have been reported to the physician named and upon his recommendation persons suspected of tuberculosis may be given a large 14 :c 17 chest x-ray Saturday morning Dec. 14th, at the White Coun- ly Memorial Hospital. The chest clinic will b-s sponsored by the White County TB Association, and persons recommended referred to the cli.nic, will receive an appointment slip from the Association. Fur'rher laboratory test when deemed necessary will be carried out by the family physician. Wayne's Produce Leghorn Hens -... .13 Heavy Hens 16 Popejoy Dressing' Plant Leghorn Hens 11 Heaevy Hens 16 INDIA'N'APOISS LIVESTOCK INDIANAPOLIS (UP) — Livestock: Hogs 5,500; 50-75 higher; 180-240 Ib 19.50-19.75, some to 20.25; 240260 Ib 1S.75-1S.50; 260-JOO Ib 18.2518.75 130-160 Ib 16.50-18.00. Cattle 800; • calves 100; insufficient sales to establish market trend; standard and .good steers and heifers 18.00-°;i.50; choice steers 24.50; vealers strong to 50 higher; good and choice 25.0030.00. Sheep 1,000; steady; good and choice lambs 21.00-22.50. Winamac Mr. and Mrs. William M. Owen and daughter, Terri, of Lafayette, spent the weekend in the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. William D. Owen. Miss Jean Logan, student at Butler college in Indianapolis, spent the weekend with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. William Logan. The Winamac Mother's club will meet Friday, Dec. 13, at the home of Mrs. Lewis Salla with Mrs. Walter Lange, Mrs. Carl Somers and Miss Nina Dalton as assistant hostesses. The Christmas story will be read by Mrs. Ed Lewis and there will be a gift exchange. Mrs. Oscar Boulden returned to the home of her son and daughter- in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Don Boulden, on Wednesday after spending sev eral days at Francesville in the home of Mrs. Ethel Morgan and visiting other friends. Mr. and Mrs. Peter Chrislenson of North Judson spent Monday in the home of their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Zellers. Mr. and Mrs. Wayne: Koepkey were business visitors in South Bend Tuesday. The Lunch and Hobby club met Tuesday at the home of Mrs. Tillie Kinney. Guests on Sunday in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Salla were Mr. and Mrs. Charles Caldweil of Gary ar.d Mr. and Mrs. Robert Kyle of Culver, Mr. and Mrs. Lowell Taylor spent Sunday in the home of their son and daughter-in-law, Mr., and Mrs. Donald Taylor, of Bass Lake. The occasion being the celebration ol his birthday. Other guests were Mr. and Mrs. James Trigg of Peru. A marriage license has been issued to Miss Norine Mae Lehiy of Winamac, daughter of Mrs. Esther R. Smith of Grovertown and Don Robert White, son of Mr, and Mrs. Don White of Star City. Mr. ard Mrs. Alvin Casad and children, Janet and Joe, Delbert and Roger Trapp and Miss Corkey Farrell o£ Lafayette were guests on Sunday in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Felix. Guests or. Sunday in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Worley were Mr. and Mrs. Steve Hamilton and children of Logan-sport, Mr. and Mrs. Dudley Moody and children of Flora, Mr. and Mrs. James Houk and daughter of South Bend, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Worley and Mrs. William Webb and daughters, Cindy and Melinda. The occasion being Hie first visit of Margaret Maura, newly adopted daughter ol Mr. and Mrs. Houck to the home of (her grandparents. Saturday evening guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ed Powell were Mr. and Mrs. William Powell of Detroit, Mich., Mr. and Mrs. jFred Knarr, Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Kinney, Mr. and Mrs. Bert Rhody and Mr. and Mrs, Lowell Taylor.. Mrs. Lee Snyder and daughter, Toni, spent Sunday in Chicago visiting in the home of Mr. and Mrs. George Roller and with her father, Dr. A. L. Darche at St. Francis hospital in Evanston, where he had undergone surgery. Mrs. Snyder returned, there Tuesday after re- jceiving word that her lather,, was | in a critical condition. He died ] Wednesday morning. Fines Levied On 2 Drivers Two drivers were fined and two others pleaded not guilty to charges of driving while under the in- luence when they were arraigned Before Judge Harold Tuberty in city court Thursday morning. Donald E. Harmon, 1022 Seventeenth street, was handed a fine of $10 and $14.75 costs and a suspended five-day jail term for operating a motor vehicle while his license was suspended, and was fined another $5 and costs for reckless driving. He was arrested after an officer observed he and another driver racing in the downtown area. Clarence A. Kerschner, New Castle, was fined $1 and costs for speeding. Trials were scheduled for the two drivers charged with driving while under the influence. Wayne Voorhees, Bringhurst, is scheduled to appear for trial next Tuesday, while Walter Irvin, city, will be tried the following Tuesday. Howard Pickett, 1015 High street, was fined $1 and costs on disorderly conduct charges, on 1 which a 3.0- day jail sentence was suspended. E. O. Skelton, Retired Pennsy Employe, Dies; Funeral Saturday Ethmer Ora Skelton, 68, of 326 North street, died at 3:50 a.m. Thursday at St. Joseph's hospital after a short illness. He had retired from the Penn-j sylvania Railroad last Aug. 1 af-j ter 35 years service. j Born July 23, 1889 in Bentoni county, he was the son of James A. and Lillittle Phillips Skelton. He was a member of the Brotherhood of Railroad Trainmen No. 109, Moose Lodge, of which he was a past governor, Legion of the Moose, Eagles Lodge, and a social member of the veterans of Foreign Wars. Surviving are four sons, Joseph, city, Dean, Montgomery, Ala., Richard, Mantoon Beach, Cal., and James, route 1, city; a daughter. Mrs. Pearl Neller, Germany, and six grandchildren. Friends may call at the McCloskey-Hamilton funeral home after 7 p.m. Thursday. Moose Lodge will conduct rites at 7:30 p.m. Friday and the Brotherhood of Railroad Trainmen will hold services at 8 p.m. Friday. Funeral services will be held at 1 p.m. Saturday at the funeral home, with the Rev. Raymond Skelton officiating. Burial will be in Mt. Hope cemetery. Logansport, Indiana, Pharos-Tribune Twenty-ihre« Open Highway Bids At Capital Jan. 7 INDIANAPOLIS (UP) — Bids will be opened Jan. 7 on three road construction projects involving less than 8 miles, the Indiana State Highway Department announced today.' Projects include, by counties: Blackford & Wells—7 miles of Ind. 3 from Ind. 18 to Ind. 5, and Ind. 118 southeast of Warren. Allen—.5 mile of U.S. 33 in Fort Wayne." Marion—.12 mile on the east leg of Ind. 100. GOP Congressman Blames Truman for Missile Lag WASHINGTON (UP)—A Repub- the current Atlas 5,000 • milt lican ' congressman today pointed !jcBM the finger of blame at the Truman | lke TcsUfied in 13 .«;. 47 administration for U.S. failure to ., _. , <-r,» develop an intercontinental ballis- 1 Ford sald Eisenhower testified tics missile (ICBM) by 1953 :before the House defense appro- He said the administration p'riations subcommittee in June acted counter to advice from Gen- 1^6, and February, 1947, urging eral Eisenhower, Army chief of more exploration in hu field of staff at the time. ,guided missiles, electronics and Rep. Gerald R. Ford Jr. (R J supersonic aircraft. _ Mich.), ranking GOP member on Ford sald Convair officials, with the House defense appropriations whom he ha « talked ' bclleve lhls subcommitlee, was Ihe latest con- • country would have had an oper- ;ressman to jump into the rocket- 'ational ICBM by 1353 if tile origi- ,ng political controversy oven nal Program had been 'pushed whether Republicans or Demo-: inslead of cancelled for a three crats were at fault for the na- and one-half year period. 1 lion's missile lag. | "This break in continuity in the Ford said the country could 'funding of our research and de- have had an operational ICBM. velopment .work on the _ ICBM by four years ago if the Truman re- the Truman administration rcsult- gime hadn't decided to cancel. ed in U.S. failure to have long- work on a test ICBM from l947 ira »S« missiles ahead of the Soviet t 0 1951, Union," Ford said. Jackson Blames IKE __^—___^__ Sen. Henry M. Jackson (D- Consolidation of Wash.) said earlier this week that p ,i j C-L I- Eisenhower failed to recommend rorriOna JCnOOIS a ballistic missile program while;To Be Voted in serving as chief of staff and later- as military adviser to the Truman: ..... ,.,.,.., administration. He said this was - consolidation of schools m the Jay one of the reasons the United ', Counl y,towns of Dunkirk and Red- States had fallen behind the Rus- key will be held during the primary sians in the missile field. ! elections next May, according to ... ... ii. c. i a J 0!n t statement from school Meanwhile, Ihe Senate pre- board re p rcsen ti n g the two com- paredness subcommittee we . nt imunities ahead with its plans to reopen itsi' , ' , . , inquiry Friday into the nation's L™ 0 b j )ards agreed unanimously missile lac [Wednesday to put the consolida- jlion matter to a vote. They also PLEADS NOT GUILTY" PERU—Ray Warren, 37, plead ed not guilty to five morals charges when arraigned Thursday morning in the Miami county circuit court. He also requested the serv ices of an attorney. TJ^DTM ,, rr , ,,.,,, , , POAND 01P) - A vote on At Cape Canaveral, Fla., preparations were believed in progress third agreed "to make every effort to convince voters of the two com- f ,°H the ,™l r V, CSt , i i- ing Ottthe ] munilies of the desirability of Atlas ICBM later this week or , jd . f h , ^ „ early next week. The first two tests of the big missile were unsuccessful. Ford told reporters Wednesday administration a contract issued to the Convair Co., in April 1946, to build and design a test ICBM. Convair is contractor for that the Truman in 1947 cancelled The proposed combination would have more than 1,000 pupils in 12 grades. When wasliing woolen gloves, slick the round end of clothes pins into each glove finger. This will keep them from shrinking. SALE CALENDAR Dec. 13—Mace & Virgil Martin. Harry Bridge Dec. 13—Gilbert L. Maus Murden Dec. 14—Bob Mertz - Waldron. Dec. 20—Wilco Farms Roy Grume, Auct. Mrs. Eva Naber, 55, Dies; Rites Saturday Mrs. Eva J. Naber, 55, of 1417 George street, died at 7:15 a. m. Thursday at St. Joseph's hospital, where she had been a patient since Sunday. Born Feb. 22, 1902 in Knoxville, Tenn., she was the daughter oi James and Margaret McNutt Os- borno. Surviving are the husband, Carl; two sons, Carl Jr., at home and James W. Sanders, Grand Rapids, Mich.; a daughter, Mrs. Margaret Kowalski, Hastings on Hudson, N. Y.; a brother Ralph, Knoxville; two -grandchildren and . several nieces and nephews. Friends may.call at the Kroeger funeral home, where services will be held at 9 a. m. Saturd**. Msgr. John P. Sohall will officiate. Burial will be in Mt. Hope cemetery. Court Notes The complaint of Everett L. Routt against 0. L. and Barbara Cooper to foreclose a mnnchanic's lien was venued to Miami county Wednesday on the plaintiff's request for a change of venue from Cass county. If there are little "wool balls" under the arm of a sweather, rub off with a clean hairbrush while the sweater dries. AOTIUJ3 01? ADMINISTRATION STATE OF INDIANA ) ) SS: COUNTY OF CASS ) IN THE CASS CIRCUIT OOUKT NOVEMBER TERM, 1857. . •Nottcu is hereby given that Jamesi U.Guthrlo was, on 11 day of December, 1957, appointed Executor oC the J3»ta.te o£ Earl F. Guthrie, deceased. All persona having claims against a.aid estate, whether or not now diie, must file the same in said court within six (6) months from the date of the first publication of this jiotice or said claims will be forever barred. Dated at ZiOg'Einsport, Indiana, this 11 day of December, 1957. Klizaheth Bicker Clerk of the Circuit Court for Cass County, Indiana Charles L. Anderson Attorney for Estate 12-19-26 CHICAGO PRODUCE CHICAGO (UP) — Produce: Live poultry steady; 67,000 Ibs. No USDA price changes. Cheeses ingle daisies and longhorns 39%-40; processed loaf 3637; avis s Grade A 43-45, B 41-43,! WRAY RELEASED C 3941. - ' PERU—Donald Wray, 29, of Lo- Butter steady 621,000 Ibs; 93; gansport, was released from the and 92 score 59%; 90 score 58%; \ Miami county jail Thursday, where 89 score 58. ! he was being held for investigation Eggs top firm, balance steady;;of the armed robbery'of the Vir- 6,209 cases; white large and mixediginia Vogue dress shop several large extras 43%; mediums 38%; weeks ago. Bond for Wray had standards 40; current receipts 38. been set at $10,000. . NOTICE TO TAXPAYERS OF ADDITIONAL API'IIOI'IUATIONS Notice is hereby eivon to the taxpayers of Clay Township, Cass County, Indiana that the Advisory Board and Trustee of said Township will meet at the Trustee's office In said Township on tho IGth day of December, 1QD7, at the hour of eight o'clock D.m. to consider the following 1 additional appropriations which said officers consider necessary to meet the extraordinary emergency existing 1 at this time, to-wit: TOWNSHIP FUND: 1. Pay of Trustee .... $ 120.00 •SPECIAL SCHOOL PUNK:.. 23 Transportation of children $1200.00 27A Repair of school bus 388.00 TOTAL SPECIAL SCHOOL, FUND J2088.00 Taxpayers of Clay Tonship ap- pearinj? at said meeting; shall have the rig-lit to be heard thereon. The additional appropriation as finally made will, automatically be referred to the State Board ' of TPX Commissioners which board will hold a further hearing within fifteen (15) days at tho County Auditor's office of Cass County, Indiana or at such other place as may be designated At such hearing- taxpayers objecting- to such j additional appropriation may be ! heard and interested taxpayers imay inquire of the County Auditor {when and where such hearing- will l be heard. Dated this 4th day of December, 11)57. , Herbert R. Frushour I HERBERT H. FRUSHOUR, TRUSTEE. Charles K. Michael CHARLES K. MICHAEL, ATTOB- NBY. ' » *% GIVE A GIFT EVERY DAY OF THE YEAR Give A Subscription To The Pharos- Tribune A subscription to the PHAROS-TRIBUNE will be appreciated more than any other gift. It is the only way to give a Christmas gift which comes every day of the year. Not only do you give a gift every day but you give one that will be enjoyed by the whole family. 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