Friday Evening, December 13, 1057. 7. FARMER'S COLUMN HOG FARMERS. New hog market buying Monday thru Friday, 7 a.m. to 1 p.m. No commissions or yardage. HEINOLD'S. Royal Center Hog Market. Cal] us for further details. Phone 3295. Located iit the Royal Center Sale Barn. Spurdgeon and Winters will sell 15 Holstein and Guernsey cows, 5 with calves by their side. Also 1 Holstein bull. Saturday, Dec. 14, at the FULTON COUNTY COMMUNITY SALES, Rochester, Ind. 10 FOR RENT 5-ROOM lower duplex, extra nice. 1514 Broadway. Ph. 3653. 4-ROOM house, p.m. Ph. 53642 after 4 FOUR rooms, gas heat. 1501 Chicago St. Ph. 4234. f. Rooms ROOM, close-in, private entrance, Beautyrest mattress. 208 Eel River. FRONT room, private entrance, near high school. Ph. 8446. 2 ROOMS for ladies. '1417 High St. Phone 9703. MEAT TYPE Spotted Poland boars. William Dixon, Vi mile South Lincoln. 50 native Angus calves, 450 to 500 Ibs. William White, 3'A miles southwest Grass Creek. LARGE front sleeping room for gentleman, private entrance. Ph. 8623. . FOR SALE: 100 shoats, average about 70 pounds. Telephone Buffalo BRidge 8-3536. 25 sows to pig in December and January. Gene Horn, Kewanna, Phone 2840. . 70-65-lb. Hampshire and Berkshire shoats. Ph. 2857, Kewanna. SADDLE horse, ponies, burros for sale or trade at anytime. Russel Unger, Young America. FOR SALE: Good Spotted Poland China boars and gilts, fast growing kind. Burrows Phone 29-C. Ray Milburn. SLEEPING rooms, gentlemen. Ph. 50564. LARGE modern front room for rent. 1323 High St. 11. FOR SALE BOY'S 24" bicycle; sidewalk bike; lady's fur coat. Phone 40962. BOY'S 28-in. Schwinn bicycle, excellent condition. Call 21385. GOOD .17" televisions, $35 each; 21", $65 each. Ph. 9964. 35-MM projector with films, small printing press complete. 867 S. Cicott. HOUSETRAILERS NEW & USED Anoka Trailer Court & Sales, 4 miles southeast of Logan on 35 SINGLE sleeping room for employed girl only. Ph. 3307. PRIVATE room, bath, parking. Midtown Motel, 719 E. Market. NICE sleeping rooms. 121 ].7th St. II. FOR SALE a. Household Goods 3 USED gas ranges, your choice, $39.00. Goodyear Service, Sixth and Broadway. BLOND GE 17" TY console. Phone 21566. USED refrigerators, $39.95 up. Briggs Electric Co., 205 Fifth. 2 Landrace boars, 18 months old.j AXMINSTER rug, 7x9, rose design; Bill Bryan. Ph. 40959 b Implements FOR SALE: 2M International com picker. Phone 40593. 9. FINANCIAL Car payments too high? See AMERICAN SECURITY CO. 314 Fife*, Logansport, Dial 3218 FOR SALE: Grocery store with living quarters, in small town, doing good business. Write Box A-81, this newspaper. $$$$$$ OPPORTUNITY See our Ad under 5. Singer upright sweeper, Model S-2. 117 Humphrey. Large Size Coal Stoves Duo Nubians and Florence Hot Blasts. In excellent condition. $75.00 up We deliver. DAVID'S 516-18 E. Bdwy. Ph. 3167 TOYS REDUCED 11 Up to 25% Off of Original Prices SHOP OUR BASEMENT TOY • DEPARTMENT FOR BIG SAVINGS Montgomery Ward TOY DEPT. 412 E. Broadway Ph. 4193 DOLLS and layettes for sale. 830 20lh Street. Ph. 21321. CHRISTMAS trees and apples. Dwight Smith, north on 25. Airport road. MOUTON fur coat, worn twice, % length, grey, small size, half price. 1404 16th. CHRISTMAS gift wrapping paper, "5c package, 3 for 25c. Ribbon for gift wrapping, lOc size, 2 for 15c package, 3 for 21c. Ribbon Bargain Center, 322 Third. WALNUT finish bed, complete, 2 training seats, large hobby horse, small dog house. Table with one leaf. Cosco chrome high chair. 525 Washington. > 12. GOOD THINGS TO EAT BARR'S RED DELICIOUS Golden Delicious,' Rome, Turley and Stayman Winesap apples on sale at your grocers and storage, H mile north of Lake Cicott. Barr's Orchard. SALE—Jonathon Apples, other varieties available. Jasper Flory & Son, High Street Road. a. Dressed Fowls, Meats TURKEYS alive or dressed, at the farm. Ph. 40641. TURKEYS, alive, dressed or smoked. Mrs. Bob Thompson. Phone 56071. 13. REAL ESTATE c. Farms b. Fruits, Vegetables RED and'Golden Delicious apples for Christmas. Smith's Orchard, I 4 miles south on 29. 40429. j 13. REAL ESTATE OWNER wishes to trade lovely mobile home for modern home in Logansport. Jefferies Agency, 403 East 13th St., Rochester. a. Houses MODERN home, 2708 East Broadway gas heat, incinerator, dishwasher, carpeted. Phone 6460. UNDERWOOD portable typewriter! for sale, good condition. 20378. Phone 10. FOR RENT THREE parking rentals available. 420 North, inquire 422 North or : ; Phone 3323. A dream come true, no waxing to j do. Use Glaxo plastic type linoleum coating. Flanegin Ace Hardware. AMERICAN Peoples encyclopedia, including children's books, excellent condition. Call 8225. ;CITY or bottle gas apartment range, perfect condition. Phone FOR RENT;. Fireproof warehouse! 7757. with railroad siding on Michigan Ph. 2615. MODERN house trailer for rent. 911 Helm. a. Apartments MODERN unfurnished 4-room apartment, down, heat, water. 14th and Smead. Inquire 2207 Smead. n rrc! ^,-. — r — — : - — — „., • „ sa ft B A Barker 7 USED § as ran S es , y° ur choice, sq ' K - *• A ' • BarKer - $20. Wood and coal heating stoves, small gas heaters, low price. Boyd's, 1200 Erie Ave. I FOR SALE: 12.3 cu. ft. Crosley I freezer, good condition. 8278. RED platform rocker; all metal cabinet sink; 25"x54"x36" high antique table and clock; sofa bed; good clean articles. 1524 Spear. ALL PRIVATE 3 rooms, furnished heated apartment 16 W Ottawa! UPPER unfurnished 5-room apartment, heat furnished. Ph. 6252. NEW 2-bedroom apartment, unfurnished or partly furnished. Phone 6122. FOR RENT: Bachelor apartment. 912 North St. SPECIAL on finest in large and small appliances and televisions. Wallar Electric. Burrows. KROEHLER green love seat. Dial 6698. CHRISTMAS trees, 3 miles north on 17, 1V4 miles west. Turkeys 25c and 30c. Vern Fry. HOUSETRAILERS and accessories Buy, sell or trade. 2 mi. N. W. on U. S. 38, Maple Springs. MODERN heated upper 3-room furnished apartment, private entrance. Located 328 W. Linden. Adults. Ph. Lucerne 2215. i it bedroom, unfurnished, all utilities'; furnished, private entrance. Ph.j 8659. MODERN 4 rooms and bath, unfur-j nished upper. 16 W. Linden. $35. IMMEDIATE possession, modern 5 rooms and bath, garage, unfurnished St. apartment, $50.00. Inquire 16 W. Linden. MODERN unfurnished heated apartments, off street parking. Inquire 105 Fourth. FIRST floor unfurnished apartment, close-in steam heat. Call 2545. 3 ROOM unfurnished. Private bath. Downstairs. Nice. 21588 or 4976. 4-ROOM unfurnished, heated apartment, newly decorated. Ph 3659. ' 3-ROOM apartment and bath, modern. 702% High. Ph. 7034 or 4952. 3 ROOM apartments furnished. Inquire 800 North 3rd. Apartment 3 ROOMS modern, inquire at 1321 Riverside Drive. 5-ROOM apartment, unfurnished, heat and hot water furnished. Call 8631. 3-ROOM. semi furnished lower apartment at 106 Eighth St. Ph. 4695 or 4663. FURNISHED apartments, $13.50, $12.00, $7.00. Ph. 6355 or 1112 Spear. NICE 3-room furnished apartment, heat and water furnished, close- in. 6978. LOWER, unfurnished 4 rooms, bath, automatic oil furnace. Ph. 21892. Sale On Used Refrigerators Hotpoint Good 'condition— $25.00 Philco Freezer Across Top— $35.00 Coldspot It Runs— $20.00 Monitor Like New— $35.00 Montgomery Ward APPLIANCE DEPT. 412 E. Broadway Ph. 4193 DECEMBER SPECIAL SAVE $500 1958 47' 10' wide with washer $4995 1958 47' 10' wide $4795 1956 47' 8' wide $3995 Spartan new Sparcraft 45' $4400 43' to 51' 2 or 3 bedrooms 10' wide, price $4200 to $7300 18' to 47' 1 or 2 bedrooms, 8' wide, price $1200 to $6300 We give liberal trade-ins on trailers and furniture with best of financing. BAIRO MOBILE HOMES, Inc. 2 Miles South of Peru on U.S. 31 Ph. Peru GR-39808 Jay-Cee's Radio Auction TONIGHT and SATURDAY NIGHT be sure to help YOURSELF as well as the UNITED FUND by bidding " on these items, which were donated by many civic minded business firms. Let's go United! Empty ? ? Yes. this older type all modern six room located Burlington Ave., is vacated. Extra nice large built-in kitchen. Two full, baths, substantial existing mortgage. Buy today, move in today 1 DaleW.McNutt YOUR REALTOR Phone 2928 APARTMENT house with 3 income units, rental value $14ft per month, only $8000 with $2000 dn. TWO BEDROOM and den modern home, east end, an XLNT buy. MERRILL WILSON, Realtor 300 North St. Phone 3798 ON contract, home, northwest side, 6 rooms, bath, hardwood floors downstairs, furnace, close to FARMS FOR SALE 30 A. ' Clay Twp. $12,50032 A. Clinton Twp. $12,800 40 A. Carroll Co. $17,000 56 A. Noble Twp. $18,500 80 A. Harrison Twp. $42,000 80 A. Washington Twp. -..$36,000 110 A. Clinton Twp: $30.000 1-11 A. Harrison Twp. $31,000 •115 A. Carroll Co. $18,500 118A. Adams Twp. $29,500 135 A. Tipton Twp. $41,000 We can sell some of these farms on land contract or we will consider trades for smaller or town properly. For full information don't hesitate to call— Otto Hlbert REALTOR Ph. 2684 Deaths and Funerals BERKSHIRE Funeral services for Byron C. Berkshire, 57, of Burrows, will be at 1:30 p.m. Sunday at the McCloskey-Hamilton funeral home, with the Rev. Charles Neilson, of Anderson, officiating. Buiral will be in Rockfield cemetery. NABER Final rites for Mrs. Eva J. Naber, 55, of 1417 George street, will be at 9 a.m. Salurday at the Kroe- Logar.'sport, Indiana, Pharos-Tribune Fiftew A Christmas exchange was A contest prize was won by Nor-] ma Leffel and doorprize by Mrs.' Mary Swanson. Refreshments were served to /seventeen members and six guesU. Corinth WMS met with Mrs. Blanche Easter Wednesday evening. She was assisted by Mrs. Ruby Greer. Emma Lee Staller was leader. Mrs. Mozelle Greer read the Christmas story for devotions, taken from Luke 2:1-20. She also read two poems. "Silent Night" was sung. A presentation of the topic "Christmas Around the World" was given by Emma Lee Staller assisted by Jeane Grable, ^;] Boy Admits Theft Under Threat of Lie Detector Test j\* til, u a, in, wcuukUtlV ax UHT IX l\w- ,_ _. T-I T 1*1 -\* jjer funeral home. Msgr. John P. Mrs ' Yeo , mal l; Ed ™ Cars ™' X f y Scball will officiate. Burial will be '&**>• ^ arfhar Wra >'.',, Dorotll -V in Mt. Hope cemetery. * °° nrad > SKELTON Funeral services for Ethmer Ora Skelton, 68, of 326 North street, will be at 1 p.m. Saturday at the Me- Closkey-Hamilton funeral home, with the Rev. Raymond Skelton officiating. Moose and Eagles Lodges will hold rites at 7:30 p.m. Friday and the Brotherhood of Railroad Trainmen No. 109 will conduct rites at 8 p.m. Friday. Burial will be in Mt. Hope cemetery. HUFFORD Last rites for Abraham F. Hufford, 72, of Burnetlsville, will be at 2 p.m. Sunday at the Fisher funeral home. The Rev. Wayne Hornback will officiate. Burial will be in Davis cemetery. AYERS Funeral services for Mrs. Charity V. Ayers, 81, of 901 West Cliff drive, will be at 2 p.m. Sunday at the Chase-Miller funeral home. The Rev. Clyde R. Black will officiate. Burial will be in St. John's cemetery. SCARPELTJNI Jane Dillman and I Carolyn Conrad. Gifts for Flora Home residents were collected. Cheer plates are to be prepared for the aged and shut-ins. Refreshments were served lo eighteen members, two workers and two children. Skinner Ladies Aid met Thursday afternoon with Mrs. Paul Hoehne in Fulton for their Christmas party. A favorite dish dinner was enjoyed at noon, with Mrs. Helen Moss giving thanks for the group. Roll call was answered with favorite Christinas carols. The Chrislmas stocking fund was collected and it was decided lo use it to fix cheer plates for shut-ins. Mrs. Dorothy Smith gave devotions using the topics "Hope of Christmas" and "A Light In Our Window". The closing prayer was given by Mrs. Ruth Moss. During the social hour, gifts were exchanged and Bible contests Were held. Eight members, eight guests and three children attended. Guests were Mrs. Casherine Raber, Ruth Baber, Helen Moss, Elsie Spangler, Elizabeth Boldry, Darlene Hoehne, Julia Sullivan and the hostess, Mrs. Nellie Hoehne. A Washington township higl school student admitted the theft of $8 from a fellow student's billfold after Deputy Sheriff Georg« Shanks threatened to give him-i lie detector test Thursday. The theft, which occurred Wednesday during physical educatiot class, was discovered By the victim that evening when ho opened his billfold to pay for a Christmas present. The boy who finally admitted the theft has never been in any previous difficulty so he was turned over t» his father. Final rites for John Scarpellini, _ , „, - . _, ,. . 70, of 628 Eleventh street, will be Eastern S'.ar enjoyed their at 9 a.m. Monday at St. Vincent Christmas party at Memorial Hall, church with the Rt. Rev. Msgr. Thursday evening. A carry-in sup- John P. Schall in charge. Interment will be made in St. Vincent cemetery. Friends may view Hie body at the Kroeger funeral home. Grandparents Enter Fight for Custody Of Two Children A battle between a mother and R-B-M. Strecker-Brown Agency, a stepmother over the custody of Ph. 4303. -' two boys turned into a three-way , „-.-.„—:—r •: r 'fight Friday when the paternal R ,°OM, 1 story modern home, | * and . of the chiWren asked ' oil, hot water heat, 2 car garage.' 3130 N.- Pennsylvania Ave. Ph. 2489. FERREE & SMITH Mobile Home Sales, Akron, Ind., Ph. TW-3-3285 or TW-3-2075. % ml. S. Akron. c. Musical Instruments RCA Victor 45 record player, hasn't been in use long. Call after 6, 9972. ADMIRAL COLOR TELEVISION GENERAL SUPPLY CO. FRED ANGLE—PHONE 40001 FOR SALE: One full sized bed, complete with springs and mattress, originally brass frame, is now painted black. $15. Call Grass Creek, 2741. b. Miscellaneous SKIS, like new, 5-foot, hardwood, Jr. $6.00. 315 16th. LOOK at the rest—Call West for the best triple track storm win-- dows. Harry West. Phone 3388. GOOD wringer type Maytag washer, $35; new 10x12 tarpaulin, $10. Inquire Shell Service Station, Reynolds, Ind. SMALL furnished apartment, pri-jSADDLE, quilted seat, like new; vate entrance, adults. 200 Wheatland. TO raise your income use Classified Ads. They sell, rent quickly! For ad-writing help dial 4141. d. Farms and Acreages DAIRY farm for rent. Len Haven Farms, Walton, 2759. brown western boots, 6%-D, new. Barbara Geddes route 1. FOR SALE: 1955-42 A. Great Lakes house trailer. Terms. Jeffries Agency, 403 East 13th St., Rochester. Dial CA 3-6111. . MORTON'S Sugar Cure. Kasch's, 524 E. Market. •. Houses A Duplexes 4-ROOM modern bungalow, automatic heat, beautiful kitchen and bath, hardwood floors. Ph. 8078. USED 24" and 26" bicycle. Richard Smith in Doer Creek. 3-BEDROOM modern cottage, vacant. Inquire 16 W. Linden. 4-ROOM modern new house and garage. Ph. 9017. 5 ROOM semi-modern double, 419 13th-40678. CHRISTMAS TREES J. T. Powlen, 2 miles north Lucerne. FOR SALE: Boy's girl's 26" bicycle. 20" bicycle; Phone 7465. GIRL'S 24-in. bicycle, $20.' Westinghouse ironcr, $20.00. Adjustable form, $5.00. Inquire at 1(115 Spear. . CHRISTMAS SPECIAL 1—Maple Spinet, Was $625 NOW $460.00 . 2—Mahogany Spinets,' were $680 NOW $495.00 1—Walnut Spinet, Was $695 NOW $515.00 1—Limed Oak Spinet, was $740 NOW $525.00 1—Walnut Console, Was $945 NOW $695.00 INCLUDING Benches, Tuning, Warranty. Open 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. daily. Terms THOMPSON'S 834 W. Miami Ave., Logansport JUST ARRIVED Newest 1958 model Spinets, popular makes. Also have some close-outs. Floor sample Spinets. 'Save up to $200. Rumpus room pianos, $150. STRANGE MUSIC HOUSE At Marocco's, 521 E. Broadway Your Picture . May Have Changed A man moving up in the world must pause at times to bring his surroundings up to his own worth- it is th.en that his home is brought-up to the level of his own personal stature. Perhaps this time has come for you. This handsome really large suburban stone ranch offers: Fineness of construction together with modern comfort and design. We also feature a private swimming pool. For complete details and • inspection contact— Otto Hilbert REALTOR Phone 2684 Cass Circuit Judge Clifford 0. Wild to. award them the custody and care of the pair. Harry and Laura Mayhew, the grandparents, filed a petition to be allowed to intervene in the habeas corptis action brcmgiit by the 'mother, Mrs. Gertrude Harmon, against the stepmother, Mrs. Rebecca Mayhew, who now has custody of the boys. The.petition ers are represented by the law firm of Miller, Babcock and Tolbert. The father of the two boys, who was awarded their custody at the time of his divorce from Mrs. Harmon, is now deceased. Mrs. PearlG. Dye, Formerly of Delphi, Succumbs at Kokomo DELPHI — Mrs. Pearl Grace Dye, 72, a former resident of Delphi, passed away Thursday at the home of her son, Lester McCord of Kokomo. per, playing games and a treat for the children were included on the program. Lioness members met Tuesday evening at Memorial Hall. The club collect was read by Carol Townsend. Thirteen members answered roll call. Sally Bookwalter and Rutli Helms were in charge of en- Court Notes Mrs. Beverly Jane Hodges, 13 West Miami avenue, asks custody of their daughter in a suit for divorce from Maxie Herman Hodges filed Friday in the Cass circuit court, charging cruelly. The couple was married May 27, 1954, and separated Nov. 6, this year, according to the complaint filed through the law firm of O'Neill and O'Neill. Billy Joe Witter, route 2, Flora, charges cruelty in a suit for divorce from Hattie M. Witter, city, in (lie Cass circuit court, charging cruelly. The couple was married Oct. 18, 1952, and separated Aug. 27, this year, according to tha complaint filed through the law firm of Bishop and Bishop. Mrs. Ruby Riggle was awarded a divorce from Manford Riggle by Judge court. Clifford Wild a\ circuit She was represented by the law firm of Miller, Babcock and Tolbcrt. Auto Crash Is Basis Of $550 Damage Suit Damages of $550 are asked bj Woodrow E. Smith in a suit filed Friday in the Cass circuit cour-1 against Raymond Henry Briganc« as the result of an auto collision on Dec. 18, 1055, at the intersection of Seventeenth and Market streets. The plaintiff was headed west in his auto on Market street and She w,s born on May 27 1885, in | -™ s te'h p la, Mrs 'l-iifa nminHr HVii- nai-pmo \worn to"*" J l"" - v ~ i tertainment. Contest winner was '" ™ s , au '° oi Sandy Grable. Members made dec.j; h « Defendant was enrou'.e on Sev. orations and decorated the Christ- : ' mas tree in the hall. A gift exchange was enjoyed and gifts were collected for palienls at the Lo- White county. Her parents were William and Sarah Jane Armstrong Latta. Her first marriage was to William McCord, who died in 1928. She later married John Dye who died in 1946. She was a member of the Baptist church at Kokomo. Survivors include two sons, Lester, and Ernest of Cedar Lake; one daughter, Mrs. Stanley Henderson of Delphi; seven grandchildren and one great grandchild. Funeral services will be held Sunday at the Jackson funeral home in Delphi at 2 p.m. Rev. J. M. Newsom of Kokomo will officiate. Burial will be in the Masonic cemetery. Friends may call at the funeral home after Saturday noon. Twelve Mile Bethlehem Methodist Youth and children are practicing for their Christmas program at the church on Christmas eve. bert Kmgery received the door- prize, Mrs. William Murden was a guest. Lions club members entertained about ninety children of the community at a Christinas party at Memorial Hall, Tuesday evening. The evening was opened with prayer by Harry Johnston, followed by singing Christmas carols led by Orville Adkins and accompanied by Mrs. James Grable. Santa visited the group with gifts for all the children. About 60 adults attended, Steven Gearhart, age 2'A years, lost the first joint of his little finger of his left hand. Steven, the son of Mr. and Mrs. George Gearhart, was attempting to get a book strect, when the collision occurred, according to the complaint filed through the law lino of Hillis and HillLs. ' Smitn asserts the defendant faded to stop his car for Market street. Pettit Sets Garden Record of 43 Points By UNITED PRESS Bob Peltit added another record to his National Basketball Association collection today and closed in on Detroit's George Yardlcy in the individual scoring record. The 6-foot, 9-inch sharpshooter equalled a record for the Boston Garden by scoring -13 points in tiia St. Louis Hawks' 135-126 victory over the New York Knickerbockers to give him a total of 585 points for the season. Yardley; idle Wednesday night, leads the for his father from the top of a circuit with 601 points. SET SCAB.PELLINI R1TE9 | | Funeral services tor John Scar- pellini, of 628 Eleventh street, who died Thursday at his home, will 36 conducted at 9 a. m. Monday at St. Vincent church with the Rt. Rev. Msgr. John P. Schall officiating. Burial will be in St Vincent cemetery. Friends may call at :he Kroeger funeral home. FURNISHED cottage, on Wabash river at Big Bend, 7 miles east. Inquire during '10th to 29th this month. c. farms 100x200 ft. lot on old Royal Center Pike. Ph. 9797 after 4:00 p.m. d. Poultry, Eggs, Baby Chix METAL 10-hole nest sections, $11.95. Feeders and founts. Hizer Hatchery, Grass Creek. HENS that live to lay and pay— McCOY'S M-101 Strain Cross Hybrids, will give you high egg production, 12 to 16 months of lay. King's Hatchery and Feeds, Sixth and North St. f. Wearing Apparel BAZAAR Hand made items for Christmas THRIFT SHOP, 411 E. Market St. giving. MEN'S coats and vests, $$1.00 each, Men's all wool pants, S7.95, 2 for $15.00. Men's work pants, $3.00.' Perfect Cleaners. h. Wanted to Buy AROUND 40 acres, good'land and building, from owner, reasonable. Write Box A-91, this newspaper. Well improved 120 acres, in Wayne Twp., Fulton Co. Level land, modern dwelling, March 1 possession. Price $300 per acre. FRANK T. MORRIS AGENCY, Inc. 125 Fourth St. • Ph. 3(163 The Roman Catholic Church Farm Bureau will meet Wednes- at his home - dresser. He climbed on a chest of drawers, causing it to become top- heavy and tao fall over on him, shutting his finger in one of the drawers, making a clean amputation. The finger is healing nicely day evening,, Dec. IS at Memorial Hall for their Christmas meeting. Pet and Hobby Club members will have devotion.5. "Better Farming" will be the topic ol Mr. Earl James, assistant county agent. A Christmas treat will be served. On the social committee will be Mr. and Mrs. Marion Swank, Mr. and Mrs. James Terry, Mrs. Myrtle Oldham, Mns. Verne Jones and Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Roller. Members of the senior class will have a market Saturday morning. Dec. 14 at Skinner Store. gives the date of the crucifixion ofi Schocl vacation for Christmas Jesus as April 7, 30 A.D. W1 " ^gin, Friday, Dec 20 10:00. Students will return for THIS YEAR RAISE CB LEGHORN CROSS America's Finest Layers! Hvoklllfy. .orly maturity <mt klfh pr.ductlOB of top qu.llty lart* whit* tg9». CREIGHTON BROTHERS LKHORtUROSsI WARSAW, IND. 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 60-acre, good buildings, only $17,000, terms. Deamer & Deamer, Realtor, Rochester, Ind. . The first hydrogen bomb dropped by a United States plane was released from a B-52 bomber over the Bikini atoll May 21, 1956. FURNITURE LOANS LINCOLN FINANCE COMPANY Mori* Smi.n, Mgn. PhofM SMS MONEY ON YOUR SIGNATURE OR OTHER SECURITY $25 to $500 CASH LOANS UP TO $500 FOR THOSE HOLIDAY EXPENSES AND PURCHASES Phone, Writ* or Call TOWN FINANCE COMPANY Acros* From Th» City Building 606 East Broadway James Terry, R. 5, Logansport lost a thumb and part of two fingers in his cornpicker, while picking corn at his home. He is getting along satisfactorily at Dukes Memorial hospital, Peru. Mrs. Lon Winegardner, has been returned, home from Dukes hospital. Mrs. Clifton Skinner is also home from Dukes hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Loyd Sullivan 1 and Jesse Ann have moved to the J. T. Sullivan home. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Reahard Pctlit threw in 29 of his points in the second half to help snap the Knickerbockers' five • game winning streak. Tommy Heinsohn's 26 points paced the Boston Celtics to a 116-104 triumph over the Cincinnati Royals and the Minneapolis Lakers downed the Syracuse Nationals, 110-95, in other games Wednesday night. Boudreau to Report Cubs Baseball Games CHICAGO (IT)— Lou Boudreau today joined the growing roster o£ former m ajor league baseball stars who have deserted the playing field for the broadcasting booth. Bmdreau, former manager o£ the Cleveland Indians and Kansas classes Monday, December 30. Methodist church Sunday and were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Chrislmas party, Wednesday, Dec. 13. Agriculture students are decorating a Christmas tree in front of the school building as a project again this year. Agriculture students recently put out an agriculture bulletin containing news -of their work and other agriculture information. Some are still available to anyone requesting them. Sophomores did an outstanding job of decorating the school assembly. The upper classes are again •competing this year in making gift boxes for their classes. The school Christmas program will be presented, Thursday evening, Dec. 19 at *he school auditorium. The new table for the lunchroom of the school, recently ordered by the PTA, has arrived and is now in use in the lunchroom. This table which includes benches which fold compactly and ro\l away, makes 'setting up and clearing the room, which is also used and sons attended church at Beth-j City Athletics, was hired Thursday for an undisclosed sum to broadcast all Chicago Cub home and road games next season for station WGN. Other former major leaguers now doing radio or TV broadcasting are Phil Rizzuto, Joe GaragU ola, Waite Hbye, Dizzy Dean, Mel Ott, Buddy Blattner and Mel Ott. Richard Bookwalter was surprised at his home Friday evening following the ball game in honor of his 18th birthday. As he entered, guests already present sang "Happy Birthday." Guests included A and B basketball team members, cheer leaders and the rest of the senior class members. Also Jerry Miller, coach; Mr. and Mrs. Brenton Graham, principal; Mr. and Mrs. Dale Skinner and son and Ned Grable. The guest of honor received many gifts. The serving table was centered with a birthday' cake, which was served along with sandwiches, punch and and potato chips to 37 guests by Mr. and -Mrs. Verrick Bookwalter. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Foster, Pierceton are living indefinitely with Rev. and Mrs. August Lundquist and family 'because of Mrs. Foster's health. Mr. and Mrs. Dale Skinner and son were Sunday evening guests of Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Town send and sons. Mr. and Mrs. Clark Lewis left Tuesday for a winter in Florida. Mr. and Mrs. Dan Crist moved eliminates some tables and •benches which were no longer safe for use by the students. EUB Ladies Aid met Thursday afternoon with Mrs. Georgia Pickering for their Christmas meeting. Mrs. Lois Murden and Mrs. Blanche Martin were assistant hostesses. The meeting opened with singing v"0, Come All Ye Faihtful:" Mrs. Edith Sands used "G-od's Love" taken from Romans 8 as her devotional topic, closing with prayer. Mrs. Alma Hoover sang "Ivory .Palaces." Gifts were Logansport. Ronald Reed, Lafountaine callec on Mr. and Mrs 1 . J. N. Babb anc family, Friday evening, as he was enroute to Royal Center to referee a basketball game. Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs Ira Conner were Dick Erickson Chuck Fraley and Miss Ruth Ral stin, students of Taylor University In the evening, they conducted a Not Ousted, Says Indonesian President JAKARTA, Indonesia (TJP) _ President Sukarno of Indonesia'is- sued an official statement today to quash rumors he had been ousted from power, The statement was distributed while Sukarno presided over a session of his National Council. TAKES CADET TEST Joseph J. Werner, son of Mr. and Mrs. Victor Werner, 1544 Grant street, was scheduled to take the preliminary examinations for flight cadet training Friday at Indianapolis, according to the announcement of M/Sgt. Carl Soliami, local Air Force recruiter. ISSUE PERMIT Paul Hildreth, 346 Wheatland avenue, Thursday was issued a building permit to make repairs to and enlarge his garage, attached to his house, at an estimated cost of $150. youth meeting and evening worship service at Skinner Church. Sunday afternoon guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ira Conner were Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Krisher and children, Chili. SALE CALENDAR Dec. 14—Bob Mertz Waldron received for the Otterbeia Home. Dec. 20—Wilco Farms ....Roy Grume, Auct.
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