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PAGE THIRTY-TWO LOGANSPORT Pill THE PHAROS-TRIBUNE and LOGANSPORT PRESS, LOGANSPORT, INDIANA SUNDAY, OCTOBER J, 1957. LUCERNE H/GH SCHOOL IS Alt LUCERNE -.William Moss ha been appointed principal ' at the high school and three new teachers have been added to the facul ty. The new teachers are Richard Allen, junipr high coach, biology and speech; Charles Parkinson high school coach, social sciences and health; and. Everett Jester mathematics, and science. The senior class at Lucerne high school is practicing for its play "Rest Assured," which will be pre- Get Our Price and inspect our Aluminum Storm Windows Several to choose from Two Track s Three Track Three Track Tilt Overlap or Blind Stop -NO DOWN PAYMENf- "Finanee can be arranged" MARTIN COAL CO. 1026 Vine St. Ph. 3768 J. R. CUMMINGS 'W. M. JACKSON Free Msaiuring Service and Estimate of your Requirement! sented at 8 p.m., Friday, Oct. 15 in the school auditorium, Mr. Al len is the faculty director. Seniors are selling Christmas and all-occasion cards and pen cils with the high school baske ball schedule, on them. Juniors are busy selling magi zines for the class treasury. Sophomores are -sponsoring skating party at Mexico Oct. 21. Freshmen are sponsoring movie once a month in the high scho auditorium. Cheerleaders were selected \ the student body Sept. 28. The fo lowing girls were elected: Kare and Sandy Grandstaff, Mary Bai rett and JBonnie Burton. The jun ior and senior home economic girls will take a trip to Chicaj Oct 9. The history classes sa the "Ten Commandments" at Lo gansport Oct. 2. The school's annual Hallowee Carnival will be held Oct. 30, the gym. Individual school picture were taken Friday by Pohlma Studios. The "Lion" staff has been. an nounced and is: Pat Gilman, editor; Sandr Young, Assistant editor; Alic Bruce, society editor; Lona Bruce humor editor; Tom Weaver, mim ograph operator; Chris Christian sen and Judy Hearick, art editors Mike Crane; circulation editor Sandy Grandstaff, high schoo news; Jim Robinson, grade schoo news; Art Newell and Denni Gates, sports editors. CLASS OFFICERS The following class officers hav elected for the school year. Thej are listed in the order of president vice-president, secretary, treasur er, student council representative news reporter, and sponsor. Senior class: Catherine Barrett Carl Newell, Kay Hazelby, Bonni Burton, LeAnn Shafer, Betty Pur due, Mr. Moss and Mrs. Moss. Junior Class: Arthur Newell Sandra 'Young, Sandy Grandstaff LaMar Graham, Larry Rains, Ron nie Cunningham and Mr. Parkin Sophomore class: Rhoda Dodt Tom Hilkert, Mary Barrett. Cind- "Your Private Secretary" FLORENCE DAGGY Typing — Mimeographing Offset Printing — Business Forms 129 Fourth St. Phone 3381 IT'S CIDER TIME Fior/s Famous Fresh Cider and Apples "Jonathan, Grimes Golden, Delicious and King David" THE SIGN • JASPER FLORY & SON High Street Road WIISON'S C. K. JONATHAN U.S. NO. 1 SPECIALS I MONDAY, TUESDAY, WED. I I Bacon,. 55c I , I Steak,.. 49c I I I U. S. CHOICE BBEF CHUCK 'BEEF-PORK-VEAL Meat Loaf 1 I BS. I Apples 29c I I Potatoes WHITE HOUSE Coffee 69c FRK DELJVERY Dial 4156-4157 KRAUT'Sj SCHIOSSER'S ICE CREAM SPECIAL BLACK SWEET CHERRY 30t Pint 59c&,. 89c 'A gal. FILM IN BY 10 A. M., DEVELOPED AND RETURNED THE SAME DAY. A Complete Line of School Supplies BURKS Open Til 10:30 p. m. Every Night 1230 E. Broadway Phone 5966 Chronicle Printing Go. QUALITY PRINTING is NOT EXPENSIVE Burton,' Janice Rinehart, Sharon Fultz and Mrs. Fickle. Freshman class: Karen Grandstaff, Kay Herd, Lorna Hicks, Donna Ross, Jerry Kelly, Paul" Graham, Mr. Allen. Eighth grade: -Rex Wayrnire, Mickey Scheetz, Bob Barrett, Dan : dy Bur-rough, Karen Thompson, Barbara Haselby, and Miss Hall. Seventh grade: Nancy Gilman, Kathy Hicks, Jane Barrett, Donna Young, Tom Deck, Fred Minnick and Mr Jester. BURLINGTON HOG MARKET 1N OPERATION ^>-*rwe»~2:»-i» •w^w New Books At Local Library Smith, New Light from Old Lamps. • Borland, This Hill, this Valley. Tirnmons, Jesse H. Jones: the man and the statesman. Cecil, The Fine art of Reading. Ericksori, Warden Ragen of.Jo- liet.' Durrell, My Family and , other Animals. Rex, Choice Hooked Rugs. ' Busch, Casebrook of the Curious and True. Brown, Louis Bromfield and his books. Chipperfield, In Quest of Love. Woytinsky, India; the awakening giant. Raddock, American Labor Leader: William L. Hutcheson. x Williams, New Rooms for old, Morgan,,'Why we say . . . Lissim, How to be an Artist. Schubert, Radiation: What it is and how it effects you. Scott-Moncrieff, Edinburgh. Kimbrough, Water, Water, Everywhere- Rodgers, Ireland in Colour. DeLeRue, The Tropics. Whittet, Bouquet-. Cor l^uns Into Fence On High Sfreet Road Damage estimated at $250 w'as caused to a 1952 'model hardtop driven by Bobby Lee Neal, 21, of 1414 Usher street, in an accident at 2:30 a.m. Saturday at the junc- .ion of the Lovers Lane road with High street .road. Neal was headed north -on the L>overs Lane road and failed to make the turn at High street road, according to his report to ;he Cass county sheriff's department. The car went through the fence on the John Kline farm.. The motorist said the accident occurred when he 'tried to pick up a cigarette he had dropped on the floor. CARD OF THANKS We want to express our love and appreciation to all the wonderful riends and neighbors in the loss of jur beloved ones Gus and Anna Hardy. The Hardy Family. RESTYLE THAT OLD FUR! CALL US: Logon Fur Service 521 High Phone 3632 GREETING CARDS FOR ALL OCCASIONS Send A HALLMARK CARD When You Care Enough To Send the Very Best TIMBERLAKE'S "Greeting Card Headquarters" This new hog market with its 48 pens, located V/ a miles north of Burlington on Highway 29, opened up last week. The market will order-buy hogs daily Monday through Friday. Owner is Harold Heinold who operates seven other hog markets in Indiana and Illinois. Manager is Ralph Hanna. (Staff Photo) Irish Girl Visiting family In Pulaski WMAiMAC, Ind. — Miss Margaret Carlisle Torrens, 21, of County. Derry, Northern Ireland, arrived Friday evening for a week's visit in the home of Mr. and Mrs. R. R. Shaw as an .International Farm Youth Exchange student. Miss Torrens .has been staying with American farm families since April 6. She came to the Shaw home from Randolph county and will go to Chicago for, a visit with a friend before leaving the Unit ed States soon after October 12. During her stay with the Shaws Miss Torrens will attend extension activities. She speaks fluent Eng lish and likes to sing. An amateui dramatist,, she is experienced in homemaking skills and ' livestock judging. Her family has a 75-acre farm. Reports On Service Men CAMP HANFORD, Wash. Duaine A McKee, 22, son of Mrs DolJa Kuhn, 2109 Murdock, Lo gansport, Ind., recently was promoted to specialist third, class at Camp Hanford, Wash., where he is assigned-as an ammunition chief n the 518th Antiaircraft Artillery Battalion's Battery 8. Specialist McKee entered the Army in November 1953. His father, Archie McKee, live; at 11660 Bacroft, Rochester. He attended Rochester High School. His wife, Rhoda, lives in Kenne wick, Wash. MEMOR1UM In loving memory of Robert Donnelly who passed away Oct. 7,1943 While he lies in peaceful sleep His- memory we shall always ceep. Parents, Mr. and Mrs. Martin Donnelly and daughter, Linda RUG GLEANING and Upholstery Years of Experience Low Prices RHOADS KLEVER RUG KLEANERS Phone 4530 PHOLSTERIN •JUtTOfft mAM FURniTURE 2018 North Strttt Phom 4789, . .,.' LOOK TO LONG'S TO LOOK YOUR BEST! Dry Cleaning Tor the Our personalized service is your, guardian of quality. Shirts Family Laundry Custom Laundered Professionally Finished Washed and finished as you like it. "Our Pride—Your smile of satisfaction" CLEANERS AND LAUNDERERS 17fh and Broadway , 3rd and linden '\ ; Other Stores — Kokomo and Peru Dates of Pheasant And Duck Hunting Seasons Announced The dates of the open seasons on pheasant and waterfowl were received Saturday by County Clerk Elizabeth Bicker from Kenneth Marlin, director of the Indiana Department of Conservation. •At the same time.it was announced that there will be no open season on deer this year. • The open season on waterfowl will be 70 days, from a half hour before sunrise ' October 26 to sunset January 3. The daily shooting hours for ducks, 'geese, brant and coot are from a half hour before sunrise to sunset. • Daily limits are four ducks, five geese, 10 coot, four woodcock, and eight jacksnipe. Only bow and arrow or shotguns not larger than .10 gauge may be used. The guns must not hold more than three shells. A federal migratory bird hunting stamp is required. The pheasant season will be from November 11 to and including November 23 except Sunday, Nov. 17. The limit is one cock pheasant per day and the possession limit is three cock pheasants after the third day of the hunting season. finds 1885 Copy Of Logansport Journal Mrs. Mable S. Miller, of Fulton, has come upon an ancient copy of the Logansport Morning Journal. It is dated 1885. She doesn't recall its origin bu-t.found it among personal effects which she hadn't examined for years. The paper car ries a story of the wedding of Beatrice, daughter of Queen Victoria, but Mrs'.' Miller doubts that was why this particular copy was put away. Michigan borders on four of the five Great Lakes. 1,000 HARDY EXHIBIT MUMS Also Cushion and Decorative. All" colors and ail name varieties. VISITORS WELCOME Mrs. James Marquis Winamac, Indiana One and % miles east on State Road 14. SPECIAL LAWN SWEEPERS Reg. 39.00 26.95 South Side Lumber Co. 811 Burlington Av*. NO MATTER WHAT YOUR INSURANCE NEEDS MAY BE WE CAN TAKE CARE OF IT. CREE INSURANCE AGENCY A. Parker & Ira Cree IN SURE INSURANCE Dial 3758 214to 4th F/Ve Drivers Fined On TrtHfk Charges Five motorists were fined Saturday in the local justice of the peace court - on . their pleas of guilty to various traffic violations. Miss Mary Massar, 22, of Upland, Ind., charged by Deputy Sheriff Lionel-Davis with speeding in 30 mile per hour zone, was fined ?5 and costs, and William Lennon, 33, of 465 Jackson avenue, Peru, charged by State Trooper John Gaylor with driving to the left side of the highway on October 1, also was fined $5 and costs. The charge against Lennon was the result of an auto accident in which he suffered two fractured ribs and a brain 'concussion. The other three defendants, fined $1 and costs, were Lyle Daugherty, 17, of 510 Fitch street, charged by State Trooper Richard Keyes with speeding in a 30 mile per hour zone on Oct. 3; Ralph Graham, 23, Indianapolis, charged by Deputy Sheriff Davis with improper passing on road 25 at the north edge of the 'city Saturday; and Tommie Buchanan, 19, city, arrested Saturday by Keyes for speeding in Metea. EUNICE BEAUTY SALON Open Evenings — Phone 2392 Free Estimates On Aluminum STORM WINDOWS! ROSS REID ROOFING CO. 217 - 5th St. Phone BARGAINS IN COLD WAVES lanolin Oil P«rman«nti Including Hair Cut FORONIY ±"4.95 Hours: 11:30 a.m. to I p.m. No Appointment N>ttt*ary LOGANSPORT BEAuTY SHOP All Day Ith and Broadwaf OVf R BAILEY'S Prepare for Cold Weather Ahead Extruded Aluminium Combination TRIPLE TRACK T!IT WINDOWS None Finer Price oar Quality . . . Expert Installation Phone 3666 Free Estimates CHARLEY LOWE ROOFING CO. Just NorHi on Road 17 Here's how to CUT COSTS. I With rising'prices and increased taxes we are all-feeling the pinch. We are all looking for bargains. Well, here's-a-bargain.- Call us today and order your supply of our quality coal. Let us fill your bin so that you won't have to "Worry all -wlnte'V Be assured of carefree, comfort when It gets cold; and save at today's LOW PRICES Reading Diplomas Awarded At County Schools Last Week Reading diplomas were awarded last week at the Lincoln grade school and the Clymers school. Diplomas will be,presented at Galveston, Lucerne, New Waverly and Noble township schools this week. A Summer Reading pennant will be awarded to Lucerne for having 50 per cent student participation. The "Bookmobile route for this week is: Galveston grade school, Tuesday, 9 a.mi to 2:30 p.m.; Lucerne school,'Wednesday, 9 a.m. to 2:30 p.m., Lucerne town,.Wednesday, 2:30 to 3 p.m.; New Waverly school, Thursday, 9 a.m., to 2 p.m., New Waverly town, 2 to 2:30 .p.m.; -Noble Township auditorium, 2:30 p.m. Friday. Hub Caps Stolen Off Cars At 7he Stadium Two cases of thefts of hub caps at the football stadium Friday night were reported to police. Dee Doran, 1821 Spear, said the hub caps were 1 taken from his Ford. Paul Homburg, route 2, reported loss of two Olds caps while he was at the game. SPEEDING CHARGE Robert E. Doran, 24, of 14 Spring street, was charged by police with driving -45 miles an hour in Market street and faces court hearing. Jtorneffsviffe Juniors flan Play BURNETTSVffiLE — The junior class of Burnettsville high school will present a three-act comedy, "Headin 1 For The Hills," Friday evening, Oct. 11, at eight o'clock in the high school gym. The sponsor is Gene Hany and the director is Mrs. Beatrix Richeson. Cast members include: Faith Brady, Mary Tobias, Diana Lucy, James Poland, John Million, Kirby Brougbton, Patty Landis, Kurtis Parks, Fred Carlson, Lloyd Carnahan, Kae Martin, Judy Geisler, Charlene Shaffer, Patsy Felker, Patty Matthews, Elizabeth Hines, and Mickey Miller. ' '' Others participating are Ronnie Neher, stage manager, Milt Crowell, assistant stage manager; and Linda Kay Fry, publicity. Entertainment will be furnished between acts. lose Baby Clothes? The Police Have Tfcem Someone who lost a package with some baby clothes in it, may get them back by applying to police. The articles, in one sack, had been dropped in Fifth street near Broadway. At least 10 different minerals have been found in an area five miles square at Magnet Cove, Arkansas. PUBLIC AUCTION Located across the street from th e Baptist Church in Galveston (at the Old Galveston Nursing Home) on, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 9, 1957 Sale to begin at 1 p.m. (CST) 1956 Crosley 21" .console TV, with mahogany cabinet and doors; kitchen table and 4-chairs; studio' couch;,portable electric dishwasher; 3 dressers; 4 twin-size metal beds, springs and mattresses; glass door bookcase; oil space heater; straight chairs; 8 rockers; 2 library tables; 2 water softeners; reel-type power lawn mower; 2% Horse outboard motor; 2 coffee tables; 2 small stands; 2 porch gliders; 2 overstuffed chairs; 2 ehdldrens folding gates; table saw; electric fan; metal utility cabinet; pull type grass seeder; Filter Queen electric sweeper; antique water pitcher and bowel; antique cord bed; dishes; cooking utensils; pressure cooker; pillows; 2 9x12 rugs; rubber pad; grass rug; table model radio; wooden screen; bed lamps; metal trays; hand lawn mower; and other articles. Terms Cash Not Responsible in Case of Accident* ESTIE BELL, Owner Roy Grume, Auctioneer Kokomo Phone GL-26619 You'd pay up to $100 more without getting the feature* and washday performance of the alt new Patrician AUTOMATIC WASHER Compares with washers costing $100.00 more! Yours for only with trad* HAS TO BE SEEN TO RE APPRECIATED EASY TERMS Only 2.35 weekly Fully f laxibt* Moif «r Economical ... Control !< «a>y-lo- up to 21% fo m, «o«y-to-i«t. ofkoi wot«r n»f load. ' Ic.llyl « l-Wa«N,MlM«T«wp»f"»«rM f«rA»yf«brlcl • Full f-lb. Famlly-SIj* .Uwfe W.ih Avi»m«t- icillyl WwWng for lv«ry»Mnfll l»o«t tm** tub,TODD'S 'THE STORE THAT SERVICE EUfLT" 327 Eott Market PhotM 9900 LOGANSPORT PUBLIC LSI

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