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Logansport, Indiana
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Wednesday, June 12, 1957
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Wednesday Evening, June 12, 1957. 13. REAL ESTATE -This is Your Life And we don't intend to tell you how to live it but—you'll never be any younger to "own your own home." See this sq. type 3 bedroom close-in all modern, gas heat, recreation room, garage, mighty nice. $2,000 will handle, close to schools, bus and shopping. Sue for Divorce Let us mark your case, "divorce granted" — from the landlord, that is. Own your own nest near Tower park, 2 bedroom all modern, garage, corner lot, only $8500. We have many others So—To buy or sell— —Please Tell— DaleW.McNutt YOUR REALTOR Phone 2928 Eve. 2-1767 13. REAL ESTATE .LOVELY new spacious ultra-mod- I ern Lake Shafer home, 130' frontage on lake in most desirable location. 5 miles north of Monticello on 2.9 west drive. $23,500 cash or contract with low downj payment. Walter Wolever, route j 1, Monticello, Ind. Latest Market Reports NOTE OF CAUTION Now machine tool orders droop, trail shipments for 7 months. 3-BEDROOM modern home, full basement with recreation room, garage. Phone 2921. FOR SALE BY OWNER 2 years old 3 bedroom modern home with carport and patio, east. Ample storage space, storm windows and screens. G. E. washer and dryer combination. TV tower and drapes. Exceptionally fine corner location. Unusually large lot, well landscaped. 625 Parkway Drive. For appointment, Phone 21461. NEW 3-bedroom U. S. Steel Homos available on V. A. loans at 2% down. Dial 2397. b. Lots I LOTS for sale. East. 6929. FOR SALE: 100'x200' developed building lot in Indian Meadows. Ph. 5G765. BUILDING sites, any size, electricity, gas. Cash or contract. 7.W. LOTS on 21st Street. Phone 40548. BUILDING sites, any size, electricity, gas. Cash or contract. 7398. FOR SALE EIGHT ROOM house, 5 down 3 up. Good income property. $135 per month, 723 Wheatland Ave. Price $10,500. FOUR BEDROOM house with full bath down, oil heat, 607 W. Broadway. Price $10,000. Vacant lot on Northside. Price $800.00. Vacant lot on Westside. Price 5700.00. Veronica Kroeger Estate Harold J. Tuberty, Arty. Phones 4749 or 3631 C. Farms !80 ACRE farm near Grass Creek. $20,000. Lloyd Jefferies. Realtor, 403 East 13th. Rochester. Dial CA-36111. MONTHLY DATA Dala!U.S.D«pl.ofComfn«rc* Morris KotK yearling fully 50 lower; spring lambs steady; good and choice shorn lambs 18.50-19.00; good grade 17.00-18.00; good to prime spring lambs 22.00-25.00; few light weight low good down to 20.00. Producers Stockyards 190 to 230 No. 1 19.75 190 to 210 19.25 210 to 230 19.00 230 to 250 18.50 250 to 270 18.75 270 to 300 18.00 Sows 16,00 down Boars Stags 7.00-10.00 7.00-10.00 Hawkins Stockyards Meat t'ypa Above Quotations 190 to 210 ...- 19.00 210 to 230 18.75 230 to 250 18.40 NEW 4-room house with gas fur. nace. 511 13th Street. Homes for the June Brides or the Young-; at-Heart East Side! If you like a large living room then let me show you this 2 bedr. all-modern cottage. Ample room in kitchen and bath, too, shower in basement, brand new oil furnace. Small but nicely landscaped lot. The right party can buy this for $1,000 down with immediate possession. East Center! Nearly new all-modern 2 bedr. home, oak floors, recreation room in basement, auto, oil furnace, garage; beautiful yard of which any owner can be proud. We would trade on farm or will consider land contract. East End! Conventional built' all-modern 2 bedr. home. New gas furnace, full basement, combination storms, garage, nice full lot. Will consider selling as a complete package deal to include all furnishing. North Side! 2 bedr. all-modern home; new in '51, hardwood floors, auto, oil furnace. Alum, 'combination storms. Close to McKinley. You can save some money here; priced at only $8,000. South Side! 5 room ranch-type home, custom built, plastered walls. Only a few years old, but as good as new. Large carport and a 100'x 200' lot. Buy for loss than today's cost. West Side! 3 bdr. all-modern dwelling, new tiled bntli, new kitchen, new carpel to go; new gas furnace, new from porch. Here we have a nice home for only $0,000. Owner transferred; will give quick possession. Otto H'lbert REALTOR MSB Clifton Ave. Phone 2BB4 30 ACRES with 3 bedrooms and bath, barn and chicken ho.use. AH in grass. Close-in. Immediate possession. $12,000. FRED SMITH, Realtor 511 Tanguy Ph. 2804 or 20914 Mrs. Pearl F. Rivers, Resident of Delphi, Dies in Nursing Home DELPHI — Mrs. Pearl F. Rivers, 73, died at 4 a.m. Wednesday at the Rest-Mor nursing home in Bringhursl. A former resident of Log.an.s- porl, she had resided wi'-h her daughter, Mrs. Lena Pearson, Delphi, for 12 years. Born in Owen county, Ky., on March 12, 1804, she wa.s the daughter • of Ellis and Nancy (Jackson) Lancaster. She was married to Glen D. Rivors in Lo- M.'isport on April 5, 1020. The deceased was a member of ,ho Logansport Church of the Na- serine. Survivors include her husband, four daughters and a son, Mrs. earson, Mr.s. Dorothy Harvey and Icji D. Rivers, both of Logansport; Mrs. Hay Potlit, Montieello; and May Clark, Attica; two brokers, John, Cincinnati; and Locriy, 'arrmmlh, Ky.; 12 grandchildren and 3 great grandchildren. Ten children, Iwo sisters, and a brother preceded in doalh. Final riles will be conducled al the Jackson funeral home al 2 p.m. Friday with the Rev. M. D. Morgan officiating. Burial will be made in the Delphi 10OF cemetery. Friends may call at the chapel afler noon Thursday. ADMITTED TO HOSPITAL Jerry Stephens, route 2, son of William Stephens, has been admitted to Riley hospital in Indianapolis for surgery. He is in Ward C. LOANS up to $500 LOCAL FINttt 250 to 270 18.15 270 to 300 17.85 Sows' 16.25 down Boars 10.00 down Stags 10.00 down Veal 19.00 Popejoy Dressing Plant Leghorn Hens 11 Heavy Hens 13 Third Street Morket Veals IB Lambs 16 Veal Hides 12 Beef hides 04V: Eggs .25 Wayne's Produce Leghorn Hens 11 Heavy Hens CHICAGO PRODUCE CHICAGO (UP) — Produce: Live poultry steady; '92,000 Ibs. USDA price changes: Plymouth Rock broilers or fryers 23M.-24. Cheese steady; single daisies and longtiorns 38V/-39; processed loaf 36-37; Swiss Grade A 42-43; B 39-11; C 36-38. Butter steady; 1,287,000 Ibs; 93 an-d 92 score 59; 90 scor e 56%; 89 score 55. Eggs steady; 14,900 cases; white large and mixed large extras 29%; mediums 27; standards 28; current receipts 26%. NEW YORK PRODUCE NEW YORK (UP) — Butter steady; receipts 593,000 Ibs; wholesale selling prices: AA (93 score) 60Vi-60%; A (92 score) 60-60<A; B (90 score) 58 ! A-58'/ 2 ; C (89 score) 56-56%. Eggs steady to firm; receipts 18,100 cases; wholesale selling prices: Minimum 10 per cent AA quality, includes nearbys: Large 48%50 Ibs: White 33%-35%; brown 34%-36. Medium: White 30%-31; brown 30-31. Extras minimum 65 per cent A quality, includes Midwestern: Large 48%-50 Ibs: White 32-34; brown 33%-34%; mixed colors 3233. Mediums minimum 60 per cent A: White 28V4-29'/4; mixed color 28%-29. Extras minimum 55 per cent A: Large 45-48 Ibs: mixed colors 31-32. White 31-32; Deaths and Funerals EMERY Funeral services for Mrs. Josephine Emery, 43, were conducted Wednesday afternoon at the Fisher funeral home. Burial was made m the Blue Ball cemetery. INDIANAPOLIS LIVESTOCK INDIANAPOLIS (UP) — Livestock: Hogs 7,500; 25-75 lower; 180-240 11) 19.2(5-19.75, some to 20.25; 240- 2I!0 Ib 18.50-19.50; heavier scarce; •few near 300 Ib 18.00; liiO-180 Ib 17.75-19.75; 120-1GO Ib 10.00-17.50, •few 17.75. Cattle 800; calves 150; about steady; lew average good lo choice sleers and heifers 21.0022.50; few standard lo low good 111.00-20.50; ulility and commercial cows 13.50-16.00, few standard to 17.00; vealcrs strong; good and. , choice 22.00-24.50, few choice to i Fourth Degree Knights of Collar. FIT/GERALD Final rites for Dr. Hugh Fitzgerald, 59, 106 W. Miami, will be conducted at 9 a.m. Thursday at St. Bridget's church with the Rev. Fr. Francis Median officiating. Burial will be made in St. Vincent's cemetery. Friends may call 12 Win Trips To District Judging Event 174 Girls Participate In .Home Economics Contest Tuesday At Noble Township School Twelve senior class entrants in the Cass county 4-H Home Economics judging contest Tuesday won trips to the district contest at Frankfort on July'17." The event was held at the Noble township school with 174 girls participating, according to Miss Ethel Nice, county home demonstration agent. In the contest the 4-H girls learn how to judge various classes. Eighty-three were senior class contestants and 91 were in the junior division. Results of the judging contests are listed as follows: Junior food preservation — 1. Kay Herd of Harrison Hustlers with 400 points; 2. Barbara Brubaker of Willing Workers with 448, 3. Rosie Reutebuch of Do or Die club with 377. Junior food preparation — 1. Barbara Bruno of 4-Lcaf Clovers with 424 points; Donna March of Sim Maidens with 422, 3. Sue Fickle of 4-Loaf Clovers with 417. Junior baking—1. Janet Snyder of Jr. Homemakers with 404 points; 2. Carole Ann Chumney of Washington Workers with 430, 3. Joyce Woolley of Yankee Maidens with 415. Junior clothing—1. Pam Shawver of Yankee Maidens with 4415 points; 2. Ruth Smith of Yankee Maidens with 425, 3. Nikki Frey of Happy Hoosiers with 386. Senior clothing—1. Karen Jones of Washington Workers with • 591 points; 2. Judith Smith of Nip and Tuck club with SUB; 3. Dana Tritt or Happy Hoosiers with 575. Senior baking—1. Ellen Wilson of Yankee Maidens with 552 points; Anna Davidson oC Nip and Tuck club with 537; 3. Jane Price of Nip and Tuck club with 530. Senior food preservation — 1. Joyce Swank o[ Harrison with 509 points; 2. Connie Shaft of Washington Workers with 507; 3. Judy Lind of 4-Leaf Clovers with 487. Senior food preparation—1. Ma- Hilda Mansfield of 4-Lcaf Clovers with 572 points; 2. Beverly Dodt Greek Court Orders Trial for Airman ATHENS (UP)—U.S. Airman 3c Marion Mussalli, of Benwood, W. Va., was ordered held for trial oy a Greek court Tuesday on charges of manslaughter in the automobile death of Gen. Stafnos Sarafis, a hero of the Greek wartime resistance. Under a Greek-American agreement ratified last Friday, Mussalli will be turned over to U.S. au- :horities who will keep him in cus- iody until the trial unless his at- :orneys can get a higher court permit bail. Mussalli has been held in the Athens prison since the accident. of 4-Leaf Clovers 571; 3. Ellen Ramer of Washington Workers with 50fi. Electric projects — 1. Co:mie Leavel! of Nip and Tuck club with the Kt-oeger chapel where the 539 po j n ts; Pcnnie Kinnaman of Holy Name Society and the* Washington Workers with 504; Knights of Columbus will conduct!, Catherine Barrett of Harrison rites at 8 p.m. Wednesday. The prime 25.00. bus will gland guard from 7 to Sheep 250; about s'.eady; good, 9p ' m and choice spring lambs 21.0023.00. CH+CAGO LIVESTOCK CHICAGO (UP) — Livestock: Hogs 8,500; generally 25 lower, instances 35-40 lower mostly on weights under 230 Ibs; No. 2-3, I'M- 225 Ibs 1!).50-20.15; mostly No. 3 below 10.75; several lots No. 1-2, 200-220 Ibs 20.25-20.50, few late as LYONS Final rites for Mrs. Marguerite Mona Lyons, 44, Eikco hotel, will be conducted at 10 a.m. Thursday at the Fisher chapel with Msgr. M. J. Foley officiating. Burial will be made in Mt. Calvary cemetery. Friends may call at the chapel. CASTLE Final rites for Mrs. Marie Cas- Hustlers with 405. Home Improvement—1. Marilyn House of 4-Leaf Clovers with BOO points; 2. Pat Ronk of Happy Go Lucky club with 500; 3. Marian Benner of ClymereUcs with 408. Only the first and second place winners in the senior classes were eligible to advance to the district contest at Frankfort next month, the third place winner serving as an alternate, according to Miss Nice. Detention Home Inmate kw as 20.00; few head NO. i, 210 U e "w»:'bTconducted "aTiT p^mj Beats Night Watchman ,7^'few^o'l; SrSLM tle" y M Ia t With Baseball Bat Flora William B. James, of West Delphi, was charged with failure to yield the right-of-way and driving while 'under a suspension after a wreck Saturday on US 421 in West Delphi when his car collided with a car driven by Mrs; Clarence Watson, of Flora. Occupants of the Watson vehicle, Mrs. Watson, Sally, and Becky Smith suffered bruises and scratches. Damage to the Watson car was estimated at $400, and $200 to the James car. Mrs. C. R. Imler of route 2, Rochester, formerly of west of Flora, and mother of Mrs. Floyd Collins and Jasper Imler, of Flora, has been admitted to the Woodlawn hospital in Rochester. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Dillman, of Carrollton township, representing the Star in the West Grange, has been appointed on a committee to plan a Grange float for the stale fair. Byron Jervis, route 2, Flora, has been admitted to Memorial hospital, Loganspozt. Fifteen Boy Scouts and their scoutmaster Junior Viney, went on an overnight camping trip -to the Hoyte Mann woods east of Flora, Wednesday, June 5, and remained until Thursday after lunch. Voonhees Transportation company furnished transportation for the following boys: Steve Boiler Stewart De Brincker, Kent King, Carl Moore, Da-r-rell Hoffman, Bill Wason, Carl Hum-barger, Jerre Shanks, Ronnie Sibray, Tom L-ang- ston, Jim Payne, Tom Clark, Bobby Crispor, Johnnie Ayres, Bill Root, and Ihc sco'u-tmastor. Four Boys Scouts from the Flora troop who will be going to the Nation-al Jamboree are Stewart DoBrincker, J-im Wason, Tom Logansport, Indiana, Pharos-Tribune Nineteen New Missile Will Shoot Down Low-Flying Planes Farmer Dies Of Gunshot WINAMAC — William Theodore Ream, 65, a farmer, died from a self-inflicted .22 calibre gunshot wound Tuesday morning at the home of his son, Jerry, on route 1, Monterey. Born in North Judson on May 25, 1892, he had been a lifelong resident of Starke and Pulaski counties. Survivors include a son, Jerry, with whom he made his. home; two daughters, Mrs. Roger Williams, North Judson; and Mrs. Georgia Timms, Medaryville; two sisters, Mrs. Anna Upp, North Judson; and Mrs. Ida Bascom, Kno'x. • Final riles will be conducted at 2 p. m. Friday at. the Kennedy- Braman funeral home in Knox with the Rev. George Long officiating. Burial will be made in Hound Lake cemetery. Friends may call at the chapel. Sheriff Ralph Galbreath of Pulaski county and Dr. Earl Moore, Medaryville, Pulaski county coroner, investigated. Carroll Circuit court June 21. William J. Lciter, as executor of the Myrtle Garrison estate has filed his account and vouchers in final settlement, which will be examined by Carroll Circuit court June 21. Carrol Stout, local insurance agent, worked in the office of Ray Hatch, in Kokomo, last week while Mr. Hatch was on vacation. Trudy and Don Snell of Tuscon, Ariz., have come by plane to spend several weeks with their uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Primmer. Miss Wilson Disinger, student at St. Elizabeth School of Nursing, Lafayette, has been spending a WASHINGTON (UP) — Th8 Army announced today that it has successfully developed a missile capable of defending against low- flying attacking aircraft. The missiles, known as tha Hawk, will fill a gap in present defense systems. Existing missiles guard against high-flying attackers but have failed against planes flying at low altitudes. The failure resulted, from interference to standard radar operations. The Army disclosed it already has started action in ttie New York and Washington-Baltimore areas to get sites needed for the New Hawk system. It said each battery will require about 40 acres for emplacement. To cut down on laml-holdir.g requirements and in the interest of safety, the Array said, the missiles will be stored under ground. The'Army said security prevents it from explaining what it called wthe Hawk's "low-altitude capability" as contrasted with the "high- altitude capability" as contrasted with the "high-altitude capability" of defense systems like Nike-A-jax and Nike-Hercules. Experts speculated that tho Hawk will be used against targets under 5,000 feet. It will complement the Army's Nike missile systems. Since the Nike-Hercules will employ atomic warheads, it could not in any case be used for low- altitude defense. The Army said the new HawH "will carry a lethal modern warhead and be capa-ble of destroying attackers flying at even the lowest altitudes at ranges insuring effective protection of defended areas." It did not disclose the range of the missile. Camden The Dorcas Society of Uic Baptist church will hold their Juno meeting a: 8 o'clock Friday even- in the church. A fried chicken dinner will ba two-week' vacation with her par- served at the Methodist church on enls, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Disinger. I June 26. Serving will begin ut 5:30 Langslon, and Kent King. They ™" ^" attended pro-jamboree training at!?]:, ', Mrs. Rose Colvin, of Flora, slaying in the home of her broth- 1 or, William Eckcrle, since the recent death of his wife. Guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Freddie Collins and family have been Mrs. Charles- Phillips and children, Carl and Craig, of « 10.71 280-310 Ibs J8.00-HI.75. CaUle 17,000, calves 200; sleers and fed heifers steady lo 2f> lower, moslly steady lo weak; other classes steady; bulk choice steers 23.00-24.50; good and low choice 21.00-23.00; moderate showing high choice and prime 25.0027.25, some up into prime grade unsold; high good and choice heifers 22.00-23.75; several loads high choice and low prime 24.00-24,23; chapel" j Robinson offcialing. Burial will be fed made in Ml. Hope cemetery. Friends may call al the chupcl. Joint Scout Meeting Slated for Tonight Forty to fifty scouting officials are expected to attend the Three Rivers Council Central District monthly committee meeting, which is to bo held at 7:110 this evening some prime heifers unsold; few ! a t the Boy Scouts of America dis- choice vealers ZG.dO. ,t r jct headquarters in the City Sheep 2,000; old crap lamlbs and j building. This meeting, the last of i Ihe year, is lo be held in conjunc- ilion with a conference of the dis- RENT an IRONRITE AUTOMATIC IRONER Includes free home Form little at $0.00 ** PER WEEK Instruction Watch "Frontier" WFBM, 2:30-3:00 Sunday Iron rile AUTOMATIC IRONER FURNITURE LOANS LINCOLN FINANCE COMPANY Mario Smiih, Mgr. Phono 3293 - SOUTH BEND (UP)—A night watchman at the Parkview Deton- Camp Buffalo. Flora Boy Scout troop will be at Camp Buffalo from June 30 to July 6. About 10 will probably go. Annual home made ice cream social will be held at the Methodist church Thursday evening, sponsored by one of the classes of the church school. Church of the Broth-ren youth fellowship is sponsoring an ice eroam social at the church Friday •evening. One of the main features of the girls' recreation program starting at the Flora Community Park was coaching in volleyball. Tuesday and Friday afternoons have been sot aside for supervised recreation under the direction of Mrs. Paul Blocker for girls aged 9-lli, Richard PUJs and family was vi.siil.ed by thoir parents, Mr. *nd ,'Mrs. Herman Pitts mid Mr. and j Mrs. Anthony J. Jordan, of South Bend. A four-team Pony League baseball league for summer play has been formed by Burlington, Cam- tion Home was in critical conrli- clen. Culler and Flora. The games 6ion today al Memorial Hospital, i were scheduled to begin al Cam- bealen with a baseball bat by a 17-year-old inmate who tried lo break out. Police said Hillis McKinnis, B2, South Bend, a former railroad detective, was beaten on '.he head by Robert Helt/.el, Osceola, Tuesday night. McKinnis lold police • the boy knocked on the door of his room and said he wanted to use the lavatory. When let out of Hie Hcilzcl dashed past the Uriel staff of Ihc Central District, 1 watchman down the corridor to 'according to Richard Posncr, field jlhe recreation room where he ob- scoul executive, jtained the bat. . District Commissioner- Robert 1 Walter Rislof, superintendent of Strawberries 1V4 miles north Davis Bridge WALTER WHDEKIND Kleifgen will preside at the staff meeting, which is scheduled for 7 o'clock, while Chairman Richard Rammel will take charge of tho committee meeting. "They Also Serve," n film dealing with dislricl operation, will be shown, and refreshments are to be served. LOANS PLAIN NOTE—AUTO—OR OTHER PERSONAL SECURITY GOOD PURPOSE TOWN FINANCE CO. OVER BAZLEY'S MARKET LOGANSPORT, INDIANA Ph. 3252 410V, e. Broadway HELP WANTED-MALE / Young man for General Office work In retail branch. The Shorwin-Williams Co. Excellent opportunity for advancement in many fields. Fringe benefits. CALL 4266 FOR APPOINTMENT Motorist Sentenced To Six Months Term WINAMAC, Ind. — Edmond J. Collard, 39, of LaPorle, was sentenced .to the sta.te penal farm for six months and fined S35 and costs on charges of driving under the influence and driving while his license was suspended. Then sentence was pronounced Tuesday afternoon in the Pulaski circuit court by Judge Robert Thompson. Collard is being held in the Cass county jail pending his removal to the penal farm. Court Notes Mrs. Mary E. Ilupe, 830 Diddle street, charges cruelty in a suit for divorce from Charles M. Rnpe filed Wednesday in the Cass circuit court. The couple was married Oct. 2G, 19441, and separated June 10, this year, according to the complaint filed through tho law firm of Landis and Michael. Mrs. Mabel Freels, route 6, asks $5,000 alimony in a cross complaint for divorce rom Kenneth .Freels in the Cass circuit court. She charges cruelly. She is represented by the law firm of O'Neill and O'Neill. Ule home, heard the commotion, rushed Lo the watchman's aid and held the boy until police arrived. Police said HcHzel is being held in solitary confinement at the St. Joseph County jail on charges of aggravated assault with a deadly weapon. lilWANIANS HEAR JUSTICE Stale Senator Robert S. Justice spoke on "Highlights of the Last General Assembly" during the Kiwanis club meeting al noon Tuesday. Zane Slerrclt was introduced as a new member and il was announced that Dr. Dale Goris lias been appoinled to Ihe 11-member Kiwanis board replacing Terry Day. Toll Official llesigns INDIANAPOLIS (UP) — The resignation of Wayne Kellams of Edinburg as assislant director of public relations for the Indiana Toll Road Commission and appointment of Lefler R. Anderson of LaPorle to succeed him was announced late Tuesday. UF JIOARD TO MEET Board members of the United Fund of Cass county will meet at noon Thursday at the YMCA. Reports wiil be made by policy and public relations groups. Budgets from the various agencies are due June 15. New York Giant first baseman Gail .Harris hil 24 home . runs, drove in 02 runs and baited .270 for Minneapolis la 1956. den with Flora playing, June 6. Huring 4-H fair week the league champion will play the league all- stars. James D. Harrell and Jndock J. Hendrix, en-administrators of the estate- of Charles C. Hendrix have filed thoir account and vouchers in final settlement of the estate, and they will be examined by Carrol] Circuit court June 13. Mrs. Lena Tfnnnell, who has served as executive .secretary of the Carroll County Tuberculosis and Health Assn. for the past four and half years has resigned. Her successor is Mrs.' Ruby Thompson Trent. Max Snider of Carrollton township is attending the 2Gth annual junior leader training conference, sponsored by Indiana Kiwanis clubs at DePauw University, June 11 Lo 14. Carroll county delegates, of which there are five others, arc sponsored annually by the Delphi Limestone company. June Fine, county 4-H leader, is on Ihe staff at the conference. Homer Caughcll, formerly on the Flora high coaching staff, and eonch of the Deer Creek crickets the last eight years, has resigned lo accept a coaching job at New Waverly. Mrs. Jerry Berkey, the former Nancy Wilson, daughler.of Mrs. Virginia Wilson, has joined her husband at Giessen, Germany where he is located in Army service. She made the trip via plane in 18 hours. Jerry is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Earl Berkey, near here. Miss Anita Yunker, graduate of Flora high school in 19153, has received the Bachelor of Science degree at Purdue university. Her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. C, Yunker, of Indianapolis, and Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Walton and Pvt. James Lucas, were among those who attended her commencement. Anita is a graduate of the School of Science, Education and Humanities. She will teach in Speedway City school system next year. Her major teaching subjects are Spanish and English. Faye Eller and Chalmer C, Brubaker, as co-executors of the eslale of their mother, Mrs. Emma C. Brubaker, of Flora,'have presented final settlement of Ihe estate, which will be examined by Mr. and Mrs. A'.va Sturdivant have announced the engagement and aprouchinfi marriage of their daughter, Margaret, to Richard Ricks, of Kokomo. They have their license. lie is employed by the Chrysler Corporation in Kokomo. The couple will live in the apartment of Mrs. Carl Flora on W. Walnut street. Marion Junior Riggle and Bill Shaffer, students in Manchester College, are spending their summer vacations wilh their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Marion niggle at Bringhursl, and Mr. and Mrs. Lynn Fisher and sons, of Flora. Women's Missionary Society, of the Sharon Baptist church will meet with the pastor's wife, Mrs. Phillip G. VunZnr.dt, in West Lafayette Thursday. A children's (lay program was presented at Ihe Grace Brethren church Sunday morning. Carrollton township Farm Bureau wiil hold an ice cream social Danny Baker, who recently visited his wife and parents while on leave, lias relumed l<> duly with live 529U1 Field Artillery at Fort Still, Oklahoma. Jane Ann Keproglo is at Camp Mack this week, .serving as a Counselor Mother. Others there this week, from the Lower Deer Creek Church of Uio Brother.'!, aro Sharon Spitler and Pok'r Kuns. AI a meeting last week of Ilia northwest Indiana conference, tho Rev. Joseph Moore was reassigned to 'Jie Cnn-.den Methodist church. The June meeting of-the Fidolis clas-s of Uic Baptist church will be held at Ihe church at 7:30 o'clock Thursday evening. Members of the Senior class of the Sunday school will be There will be worship service at 9:30 o'clock Sunday morni.'ig at the Lower Doer Creek Church of •the Urelbern. Dale Myers and Ronnie Caldwell are currently undergoing o- cruil training at the Great Lakes Naval Training Sla'lHin. Mr. and Mrs. Junior Shanks and son, of Klwond, wore the weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. 0. e '.liner. Mr. and Mrs. Ear) GU.S'. of Kokomo, former Camden residents, al: the school house at I! p. m.; announce the birth of a son, Jo- Thursday. Kenneth 1'yle is sclie(l-; sepjl| on . Ju , 1( , n . Mrs Gusl wos tiled lo speak. Mr. and Mrs. Law- -|| lc f ormer Dolores Wi.se. Mr. and Mrs. W. 0. Fctliivci- and rcnce Douglas are committee chairman. Mr. and Mrs. Robert. L. Peltiner Mrs. Clay Shanks is now em- nml falni ]y atlemied a piano recital ployed at Ihe Rainbow Cafe. \ K \ vcn Thur.sdny evening at Mem- Don Collins, son of Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Collins has been initiated into Alpha Sigma Phi fraternity at Tri-State college, Angola. He is enrolled .in Ihe commerce department majoring in motor transportation management. Mr. and Mrs. George Wampler and family have moved from the Coplen properly on E. Columbia street Lo the Bertha Myer property on N. Willow street. Mrs. Ruth Heffner spent a week in Ihe home of her daughter, Mrs. Juanila Tnvis and family, in Marion, and she attended high school commencement exercises there when her grandson Jimmy graduated. Dick Trent, son of Ihc laic 0. A. Trent, local resident, has resigned as English instructor in the Delphi high school and will teach English school. al Altica high Mrs. Ella Healon, of Orlando, Fla., recently concluded a visit with her brothers, Clinton and Charles in BriiiKhiirst. Deadline for application for the Flora postmaster's iob is June 2!i. John McGil!, !oca] Standard Oil bulk dealer was taken to St. Eli : zabelh hospital, Lafayette, Tuesday in Carter's ambulance after a heart attack Monday. Mrs. Charlolle Chase and Mrs. Marlon Neigi'f, Krie, Pu., sisters, bowled on adjoining lar.es-in the Queens League and each bowled a 202 game and totaled 518 for a three-game series. Football and basketball star Pat Wilson won the 19S7 Chester L. Brewer award, given annually to Die Michigan Slate senior for dis- linguishcd work in athletics and studies. orial Hall by the pupils of Miss Ella Boefile Dale Pettiner is a pupil of Miss Beetle. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Sanderson and Mi.ss Betty Sander.soa a-t- tended commencement exercises at Ball Slate Teachers College in Mimck' last Tuesday, al which Lime Miss Phylli.s Crowe]], daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Lewi.s Crowell, received Ivor diploma. Miss Crowell will teaoli al Richmond this fall. » A welcome ami a carry-in supper was given Sunday evening' at the Lutheran church for Iho new pastor, the Rev. William Moschell,. and his wife and .son. The Rev. Moschell gave a prayer of thanks before the meal. Following Iho supper, a welcome so;ig w.n.s offered by Mr.s. Evelyn Sprinkle and Mrs. Eva Jones, accompanied by Mary A. Caldvrcll. Mr.s. Inah Caldwell was in charge of a lalent show which was very will received. From the group, contestants were called upon lo perform. Games were played, and a .surprise grocery shower was held for the new pastor and his family. The Rev. Mo.schell spoke briefly and expressed appreciation for the reception accorded him and his family. Two Residents Plan Porch Remodeling Two remodeling projects involving porch work were indicated Wednesday in applications for-permits filed wilh the building commissioner, Robert Buck. Jarvis Trainer will spend $200 to enlarge Ihe back porch at Ilia residence, 1801 Erie avenue. Marion P. Bowman plans lo rebuild Ihe front porch for $150 at 24 West Clinton street. SALE CALENDAR June 13—Drive-In Theater Waldron & Viney June 14—O. White Stoney Pike Roller Rink Waldron June 15—Mrs. Ella M. Smyser Estate .. .Rinehart & Sons June 15—Mrs. Stella Sprinkle Keesey Thompson. June 19—Fred Chanler Teel June 21—Lillie Newer Estate Weddington June 29—Fred Allen Estate Rinehart & Sons

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