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Twenty-two Logansport, Indiana. Pharos-Tribune 11. FOR SALE PRIGIDAIRE refrigerator, good condition. $50. Phone 2464. " WHOLESALE" Refrigerators, ranges, air conditioners and televisions. Phone 40001. 20' Town and Country deepfreeze, excellent condition, reasonable. Phone 9579. NU-VAC, Royal, Hoover and G. E. cleaners, $9.95; Electrolux_ like new, with attachments. 919 - Race St. • SPECIAL: Nationally known sweeper's, $39.95 and your old sweeper. New and used refrigerators, freezers, ranges, boats. Wallar Electric, Burrows, Ind. b. Miscellaneous CONVERTED schoolbus, furnished. Phone 8043. 11. FOR SALE WE buy men's good used clothing shoes and hats. Perfect Cleaners 324 4lh. Phone 3610. 12 GOOD THINGS TO EAT b. Fruits, Vegetables STRAWBERRIES. You pick. Bring containers and 25c. Mack Stamper, 2 miles east of Highway 17 on highway 114. Phone 2588, Grass Creek. STRAWBERRIES, everyday. Bevington's, 3% miles southeast of Walton. CE cold watermelon, wholesale or retail; seed potatoes; bananas and berries. Sam Berkshire, 425 Cicott. Open evenings. NICE stalky outdoor Beefsteak tomato plants. Phone 56281. 13. REAL ESTATE TWIN beds, 3-piece blond bedroom suite, child's baby buggy and APPROXIMATELY 3% acres, love chrome high chair. Ph. 21401. I-TON window air conditioner, guaranteed A-l condition, (her- mostatic control, for home or office, at sacrifice price. Phone 3311. 900 W. Linden. LIKE new youth bed, used months. Phone 3821 after 4:30. ONE 7-ft. deepfreeze cabinet and also 2 electric drink mixers. Eberts Drug Store. Phone 3854. AUTOMATKf 3-speed recorcTpTay. er, good condition. Phone 56306. ly home, large lawn, edge of town, on Tippecanoe river, ideal fishing, boating, bathing. Farms all sizes. Elmer W. Litton, Realtor, Rochester. a. Houses FOR SALE: Used refrigerators $35 up. General Supply Co, 40001. Phone APARTMENT size washer; grain sacks; barn to be moved. 2203, Lucerne. 4" Delta jointer, good condition, $25. Phone 40276 after 4:30. USED Spinet, like new. Ivors & Pond Pianos, 834 W. Miami. 1 SET regular size twin beds.~518 22nd. NEW and exciting leather craft, made to order purses, billfolds belts, etc. Call 52006. BO-POUND stoker~with" large~hop~ per. 106 Sixth Street. HOUSETRAILERS This is no special, but everyday prices. $500 to $1500 off on all new trailers. Anoka Trailer Sales, 4 miles S. E. of Logansport on 35 PLAY SAND, Black Dirt. Phone 40173. AUTOMATIC oil furnace, 150,000 B. T. U., like new, very reasonable. Phone 20186. SHOWING NOW AT BAIRD'S "NEW ANDERSON" BAIRD'S offer a savings up to $500 with over 15 mobile homes reduced in price. If you are looking for a bargain, BAIRD'S have over 40 to choose from, in 10' and 8' wide, 1, 2 and 3 bedrooms. We trade for furniture, with the best financing available. BAiRD MOBILE HOMES 2 miles south of Peru on US 31 Phone Peru Gridley 39808 FERREE & SMITH Mobile Home Sales, Akron, Ind., Ph. TW-3-3285 or TW-3-2075. >A mi, S. Akron HOUSETRAILERS and accessories Buy,.sell or trade. 2 mi. N. W on U. S. 35. Maple Springs. c. Musical Instruments NO other instrument can equal the WURLITZER Electronic Piano for amazing versatility. It carries like a suitcase. See it at Mygrant House of Music, 52B East Broadway. AT STRANGE MUSIC HOUSE New Player Pianos and Rolls New and Used Spinet Pianos The new amazing Lowrey Organ The small electric Estey Organ Priced at only $350. STRANGE MUSIC HOUSE at Marocco's, 521 E. Broadway d. Poultry, Eggs, Baby Chix STARTED Leghorn and WR pullets; WR cockerels. Hizer Hatchery, Grass Creek. TURKEY poults"started chicks", day-old chicks hatching every week. KingVHatchery and Feed.' Sixth and North. LM. Yep, L. M. (live modern) in this three bedroom wonderfully located N. Penn. Ave. Full basement, gas heat, breezeway, double garage, 2 lots. Many extras. QT. Yes, this is a real "cutie" from the ground up. This small 3 bedroom conventional built located Stadium Dr. Reasonable down payment will handle. •MM. means "make money" with this A-l apartment house well located. Seven apts. in all, 7 baths. Waiting list for tenants. J5.000 will handle. P.S. "Please see" us for your Real Estate needs. We will custom build your suburban home. Available sites. So ... To Buy or Sell Please Tell DaleW.McNutt YOUR REALTOR Phone 2928 Eve. 2-17G7 4-ROOM cottage on 3 full lols. Will sell on contract with $500 Sacrifice. Ph 31ti7. 13. REAl ESTATE NEW 4-roora house with gas fur- 511 13th Street. ^ LOVELY new spacious ultra-mod' ern Lake.Shafer home, 130' tront- age on lake in most desirable location. • 5 miles north of Mo/iti- cello on 2.9 west drive. $23,500 cash or contract with low down ' payment. Walter Wolever, route 1, Monticello, Ind Latest Market Reports 3-BEDROOM modern home, full basement with recreation room, garage. Phone 2921. 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. $700.00. Price Veronica Kroeger Estate Harold J. Tuberty, Atty. Phones 4749 or 3631 AIRLINES FLY HIGH . Ut-quaiter passenger mileage zoomi to new all-time record. IM1 * '« •<( '« 'M '6! 'S( WfT MRST OUARTIH Of IACH YIAK »> Air Tron.port AUDI. Morcli Kot, Producers Stockyards 190 to 230 No. 1 20.00 190 to 210 19.50 210 to 230 19.25 230 to 250 18.75 More Violent Weather Hits In Midlands By UNITED PEESS Tornadoes dipped out of a continuing squall line, across the nation's midlands Wednesday night. Heavy' rain's posed the threat of new floods, in Oklahoma and inundated about 10,000 acres in southern Illinois. Twisters accompanied by heavy rain- and hail the size of marbles swept parts of eastern Kansas, and high winds battered most of the middle and lower Mississippi Valley. Deaths and Funerals $6000 Pledged To Hospital Two gifts, totalling $6,000, were pledged Thursday to the Memorial Hospital Building Fund Drive, according to campaign co-chairman Harrold B. Robb, president of the National Bank of Logansport. The Muehlhausen Spring Division of the Rockwell Spring and Axle Company pledged $5,000 to the building fund, -and Carl E i' n . charge. Burial was made in St. Snell, 221 Eel River avenue, of- ™ n ™" l '° "°-»<—" fered $1,000 to be given in the name of Orient Lodge. No. 272, F. Thursday, Evening, June 13, 1951 and A. M. The two new pledges' bring the total contributions to $352,649.90. The goal is set at $400,000. Campaign leaders indicate that there are. still several possible pledges in the offing, and remind members of the community that pledges are still being received at both local banks and at the hospital. Dunkirk Man Who 250 to 270 ', laiso.P 01 ' 160 ' in tne twisters. Funnel clouds also were sighted [Tried to Kill Wife n severe thunderstorms near Ah. " . , Tylre Taken to Longcliff severe thunderstorms near Aberdeen, S.D. No injuries were re- 270 to 300 Sows 16.25 down 190 to 210 19.25 Boars 7.00-10.00 Stags 7.00-10.00 Hawkins Stockyards Meat Type Above Quotations 190 to 2W 19.00 210 to 230 19.00 230 to 250 18.65 250 to 270 18 40 NEW 3-bedroom U. S. Steel Homes-270 to 300 la.'lO available on V A. loans at 2% down. Dial 2397. b. Lots LOTS for sale. East. 6929. FOR' SALE:' I00'x200' developed SowS 15.25 down Boars 10.00 down 10.00 down 19.00 Stags Veal Third Street Market building lot in Indian Meadows.! Vea!s ........................ 18 Ph. 5G765. Lambs .......... . ............ 16 I Veal Hides ...... . ............. 12 38.25; Champaign, IU., was hit by a j : windstorm for the third straight day today, with gusts of up to 50 m.p.h, causing some property damage. A violent thunderstorm and hail also whipped through the city. Shreveport, La., was soaked by a SVi-inch rainfall during a six- hour period Wednesday night and wind gusts exceeded 50 m.p.h. in the city, The band of heavy rains extended across most of Arkansas, southwestern Missouri, South Dakota and northwestern Minnesota. Oklahoma, drenched by nearly five inches of rain since Tuesday, BUILDING sites, any size, electri-l city, gas. Cash or contract. 739 1 !. LOTS on 21st Street. Phone 40548. Eggs hides .04% . .25 c. Farms 80 ACRE farm near Grass Creek. $20,000 Lloyd Jefferies, Realtor, 403 East 13th. Rochester, Dial CA-36111. Eagles Plan Parking Lot Former lodge building of the local Eagles will be lorn down and made into a parking lot. Announcement of final approval for the move was made last night at a meeling of Ihe organization. The proposed parking lot will be leased to the city for a long-range period. The city plans lo install parking .meters on the lot, which will accommodate about 30 cars'. It will be a public parking lot. George R. Wayne's Produce Leghorn Hens n Heavy Hens 13 Louis Webster, 60, of Dunkirk, FITZGERALD Funeral services for Dr. Hugh Fitzgerald, 59, were conductec Thursday morning at St..Bridget's church with the Kroeger mortuary Vincent's cemetery. LYONS Funeral services for Mrs. Marguerite Mona Lyons, 44, were conducted Thursday morning at the Fisher chapel. Burial was made in Mt. Calvary cemetery. who 11 jiV •',-:' , ... .. "~i|«iim=i ti;a[.ii:.i wiui me i-tev allegedly tried to kill his wife, i Robinson officiating. Burial CASTLE Funeral services for Mrs. Marie Castle were conducted Thursday afternoon at the McCloskey-Hamilton chapel. Burial was made in Mt. Hope cemetery. STEPHENS Final rites for Clarence Stephens, 61, 819 Bates, will be conducted at 2 p.m. Friday at the Chase- Miller chapel with the Rev. M. L. will be T> LU i ' *.uw.., 0 un k/ni^iuuuy. jouriiJl will DC Berha, a week ago, was removed'made in Mt. Hope cemetery with £ the Logansport stale hospital the American Legion in charge Wednesday afternoon after he was | gravesida rites found mentally ill by Circuit Judge- f~!Jif ?VlJvl Wil/1 in ft fnH',t-tr !•..-. n u,'., _ thVpTutfon1o rn tlfe - Elizabeth Mutton hearing after he was jailed for Dies in Nursinq Home trying to- run her down with his MONTICELLO-Mrs p ,=L.i, The ruling that he was mentally ill, based upon the testimony of three doctors who examined him, eliminated the possibility that charges will be filed against Webster in -circuit court in connection with the attack upon his wife. Popejoy Dressing Plant Heavy Hens 13 Leghorn Hens u braced for possible record flood ;MrS G fldvs Pef-fircnn crests on the Caney River r.ear r Y . VM_. Bartlesville and on other streams JUCCUITlbS in LhlCdQO in the state. , MONTICELLO — Mrs.. Gladys A 2.71-inch rainfall in FayeCle Peterson> former resident of La- County, Illinois, flooded about 10 - i g ans P° rt . died Wednesday after- 000 acres of farmland and created I no ,°' 1 at her home in Chicago after a flood emergency on the Kaskas- > a ' en ^ n >' "'ness. ' -' ! Survivors include her husband, Guslave-W., a son, Kenneth, Chicago; a daughter, Mrs. Kathleea- CHrCAGO LIVESTOCK CHICAGO (UP)—Livestock: Hogs 7,500; generally steady to as much as 25 lower; No. 2-3, 190225 Ibs 19.50-20.00; several lots No. 1-3 these weights 20.00-20.25; few lots No. 1-2 sorted for grade to 20.50; 32 head lot No. 1, 210 Ibs uniform in weight and grade 20.65; No. 2-3, 230-250 Ibs 19.00-19.50; few lots around 230 Ibs mostly No. 1-2, 19.75-20.00; No. 2-3, 260-300 Ibs 18.25-] 8.00. Cattle 1,500, calves 200; generally steady to strong on all classes; few loads and lols average good average choice fed sleers 21.50- wrecking'firm has submitted low on razing of and choice and mixed yearlings River at Vandalia. Authorities said the rainfall was the heaviest there since 1949 when the federal government declared it an emergency area. Name Scout- Committees Personnel assignments involving 39 scouting leaders wore given Wednesday night when the Three Rivers Council Cenlral District committee met at the Boy Scouts of Am. ica headquarters in the city building. Six operating committees were staffed at Die meeting, which was held in conjunction with a conference of the district staff of the Central District. In olher business o'f the meeting, A Cubmaster's key was presented to District 'Commissioner ^ Robert) J. Kleigen, as a leadership down! wl "' ch wi " begin soon i The Eagles will send a local delegation of 20 members and their lo e yeanB, . , g '! 23 ' 50: few S ood and choice vealers: and . tra: "i'-g award. RESIDENCE 1717 North street, $4,-| wives to thr»U, sSe conveniion 500.00. Trust Depariment, The National Bank of Logansport. 3-BEDROOM home, year old, FHA available, automatic 2609 George. oil heat. 2701 George. New 3 bedrm. mod. spacious rms. Hdw. firs. -lg. closets, birch cab.. Oil furnace. Attached garage. $14,750. CJ2 Biddle St. new 3 bedrm. mod. Lg. liv. rm. waU-to-wall carpet. 10-ft. picture window. Oil furnace. Carport.' $10,750. 600 Biddle St. New 3 bedrm. mod. Cor. lot. Hdw. firs. Oil furnace. Priced for quick sale at $9,500. H. ERVIN HARNER,'Realtor 538 Bates St. Phone 4716 OWNER leaving state, priced right 4 bedroom modern house, lots of extras. Phone 50128. FOR SALE OR TRADE: 3-bedroom home in eastend, 3 years old. Call 20430. B. Seeds, Plants VEGETABLE dust and sprays, Rapid-Grow plant food. Rose food and dust, African Violet food. King's Hatchery, Sixth and North. COMPLETE line of Insecticides and lawn weed killer, rose food and dust at Kasch's Feed & Pet Supplies, 524 E. Market. SWEET potatoes and garden plants. .McClain's at Mexico, Indiana. f. Wearing Apparel SPECIAL BARGAIN 2 White Satin Wedding Dresses THRIFT SHOP, 411 E. Market TOWN TOPIC sportswear"and SelT wanee men's sport shirts, $1.49, at the Bargain Center, 322 Third h. Wanted to buy TURRET lathe, plain or offset. Write B.ox A-302, this newspaper. WANT housetrailer, pay cash. Write P. 0. Box 803, Marion, Ind. GOOD used double horse trailer with tandem wheels. Phone 3604. WILL pay cash for small used upright or Spinet pianos. Phone S3S7. \ 727 18th St. 7 rm. mod. 4 rms. down and Vi bath, 3 rms. up and full bath. Kit. has built-ins. lg. basement, oil furnace. Gar. fruit trees. $7,250. 417 lllh St. 2 bedrm. mod. built in 1951. Oak hdw. firs, storm windows and-screens, all built- ins. Floored attic. Full basement. Gas furtiaca. Basement garage, $9,000. 425 Wheatland 7 rm. mod. 5 rms. down. 2 rms. up and full bath. All in excellent condition, lg. basement. Good coal furnace. Lg. lot, $7,500. 230 W. Miami. 7 rm. mod. vacant, 4 rms. down, 3 rms. up. full bath. Enc. back porch with stool. Good oil conv. furnace. 2 oil storage tanks. This is a good home but needs decorating. Priced for quick sale to settle estate. $4,500 cash. H. ERVIN HARNER, Realtor 538 Bates St. Phon e 4716 at Indianapolis Friday and Saturday. Several Grand Aerie officers are expected to altend the convention, to be presided over by Eari Youngi state president. At the meeting Wednesday night, new officers assumed their duties. Carl W. Zimmerman is now Worthy President. Plans were made for family night 22.00-20.00. Sheep 1,000; old crop lambs fully steady; choice and prime spring Iambs fully steady; slaughter A board of review was held, Reeder, Monticello; ' one grand- 1 church child; a sister, Mrs. Blanche ler nursing home following a lingering illness. Born in Melvin, III., on Jan. 26, 1876, she was the daughter of Lester and Mary Jane (Bryon) Heath. She was married to William C. Hutton on March 28, 1901. He died in June, 1932. Survivors include a daughter Mrs. A. R. Black, Ft. Worth; 'three grandchildren, two brothers, Col. Horace K. Heath, Albuquerque; and Lucius, Richmond, Calif.; two sisters, Mrs, Amy Pheg.'oy, Rensselaer; and Mrs. Henry Hughes, Monticello. A daughter also preceded in death. The deceased was a member •j of the Monticello Presbyterian Thompson, route 1, Monticello; a nephew, Robert Cotner, Gary; and a niece, Mrs. James Goldstine, Logansport. Final riles will be conducted at 2 p. m. Saturday at the Miller funeral home with Mrs. Viola Soneson of Lafayette a Christian Science reader, in charge. Burial will he made in Thompson cemetery, Royal Center. Friends may call at the chapel after 4 p. m. Friday. Monticello Mrs. Rosamond Bowman has fully 50 lower, spots off most good and choice old sheep more; crop lamhs 19.50-20.00; utility to good 1S.50-1B.50; few choice an'd prime spring lambs 24.00-24.50; good and choice 22.00-24.00. INDIANAPOLIS LIVESTOCK INDIANAPOLIS (UP) — Livestock ; Hogs 6,500; strong to 25 higher; music of Gladys French's orches- Ira. Attendance awards went to Nick Appollonio, Russell Gordon, Charles Stuart, John Schoenradt and Ivan Gray. Patron Eagle award went to Ted Dillman. Slar Scout raliiig, for Bill Rudig and David Reynolds, both members of BSA Troop 71, Market street Methodist church. The outcome of the board's decision was not disclosed. Camping and activities committee appointments- included M. K. Eno, chairman, Biil Wilson, Harold Bodinson, Everett R o u 11, Wayne Johnson, Raymond Bockover, and Charles Rothwcll. In charge of Leadership Training will be John Arnold, chairman, Oscar Boasey, Deltriar Lantz, Ed- John Whiltington, L. Complete Evidence In Partition Suit Trial of the complaint of Dorothea Pratt against Delpha and David Dungan, Roy and Guraldine Moore, Maureen and John Dis- rriuke, Alice and Herb Grenda Ralph and Mary Moore and Orel Swank J'or the partition of an 80- acre farm in Adams township and 180 Ib 17.50-19.50; 120-160 Ib 16.0017.50. move to Florida to be near her daughter and husband, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Hightchew, who live at St. Petersburg, and she finds the climate very agreeable there. She has been active in club and „„ - ,„ .,- , u., S u,u, „. f ocial a « air f and i" the Presby- ^•"t! 9 ^ 0 ' lfi °-i'Dannheiser, Leland Roberlson and| tel : ia " c , hur , ch and wi!I . be greatl y sold her residence property at 601 West Washington street to Mr. and Mrs. Herb May, Mr. May being cashier of the Farmers and Merchants National Bank of Monticello. Mrs. Bowman and her husband, :he late John Bowman, built the spacious brick home forty years ago and it has been the Bowman home since that time. Mrs. Bow-, man plans to go to St. Petersburg, j Florida, for future residence, giving possession of the house in six weeks. She will ship part of her household goods south as she plans Final rites will be conducted at 2 p. m. Friday at the Miller funeral home with the Rev. Herman Dirks officialing. Burial will be made in Riverview cemetery. Friends may call at the chapel. Mrs. Bertha Nichelson Succumbs Near Peru PERU—Mrs. Bertha Nichelson, 71, route 1, Peru, died at her home at 11 p.m. Wednesday following a heart attack Wednesday noon. She was formerly employed at the Senger Dry Goods Co., and was a member of the Marion Christian church. Born in Miami counly on Oct. 27, 1885, she was the daughler ol Frank and Maria (Walker) Bruell. She was married to Ralph Nichelson in 1824. He died in 1929. Survivors include a brother and three sisters, Andrew, route 1; Miss Mamie, route 1; Mrs. Gertrude Mumaugh, Peru; and Miss Ruth Nichelson, Rochester, N. Y. Final riles will be conducted at 2 p.m. Saturday at l.he Eikenberry funeral home with (he Rev. Avery Former Utility Head Asked to Return Funds Rochester Mayor Sends Open Letter to Trustees of City's Water Department ROCHESTER, Ind. - Arthur Poundstone, former superintendent of the local water department, should be required to repay personal expenditures which havo been ruled improper by the Stata Board of Accounts, Mayor W. D. Jefferson told the trustees of tha Rochester waler department in aa open letter this week. Poundstone was replaced as superintendent on February 1 after ten years in the water department, seven of which were in the position of superintendent. Mayor Jefferson's letter follows: "I, W. D. Jefferson,- mayor of the city of Rochester, Ind., hereby request trustees of Rochester Water Department to establish tha cost of the fuel oil, waler and electrical power consumed in llio residence of Arthur Poimdslona while superintendent of said department. These items were Sor his personal needs and not authorized by the trustees for the common council. A demand for payment from Poundstone or charges to be filed for misuse of public funds should be in order immediately. "Consideration also should ba given requesting the return of a monthly allowance paid to Arthur Poundstone for the use of his private car. The State Board of Accounts stopped the payments o£ a monthly allowance in November, 1956. The < slate legislature has made no provision ior payment of said allowance. There- Tore, I believe an accounting should be made of the past year's payments and this money returned to the Rochester Water Works Department." The State Board of Accounts several months'ago reported overpayments to a number of Rochester city employes totaling JC,334.84. to buy or build a home there. ! W ' Mile y officiating. Burial will Mrs. Bowman is making thei^. macie in Mt . H °I' e cemetery. Friends may call at the chapel after 2 p.m. Friday. 23.00; load of mixed good and choice steer yearlings 22.00; few good and choice heifers around 22.00-22.50; vealers to 50 lower; good and choice 21.50-24.00; few choice to prime 2-1.50. Sheep 300; .steady; good and choice spring lambs 21.00-23.00. CHICAGO PRODUCE CHICAGO (UP) — Produce: Live poultry steady; 50,000 Ibs. No USDA price changes. Cheese steady; single daisies accounting of its profits was,and longhorns 3814-39; processed completed Thursday morning in the Cass circuit court. Judge Clifford Wild then contin- . nod the matter to July l at 10 a.m. I for the submission of briefs and (oral arguments. The presentation of the evidence began Tuesday morning. MODERN home, good location, income. Helen Butler, Royal Center. Ph.' 3715. 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. PERSONAL LOANS TOWN FINANCE CO. Ov»r Baxley't Market , 410'/i E. Broadway LOGANSPORT, IND. Prior. 2252 CASH FOR YOU .'oaf 86-37; Swiss Grade A 42-43; B 39-41; C 36-38. | Butter steady; 1,580,000 Ibs; 931 and 92 score 59;-BO score 5G%; 119 score 55. Eggs sleady; 14,500 cases; white large and mixed large extras 29V4; mediums 27; standards 28; current receipts 26%. missed by her many friends. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Brun of Streater, III., route 2, formerly of Mon- man7john"Hy.man, "lion'Varrer " cell °' . al ; e tho P arents of a dau S h - Wilbur Scott. The Heatlh and Safety commit- and ,7oe Williamson. ; ter, weighing 7 pounds and 4 ounc- Organization and Extension will I e f , bo , rn , Tcu , osday • evening at , iionHwi K,, -niii w.,,,.,,,,. „!,_!.. ° clock at St. Mary's hoscital be handled by Bill Wagner, chair-] man, John Gill, Earl Oltinger, James Gordon, Joe Pownell, Boyden Thomas, Thomas Brudge, Charles Shaver and Ray Harris. The Advancement committee consisted .of Dick Jensen chairman, Bill Rehm, Carl Bollci, Robert Canfield, Brice Fitzgerald and Darwin Hartle. The Finance committee will be represented by Ray Thompson, chairman, Floyd Foreman, Robert Honick, Paul Miller and Harry Roth. The film, "They Also Serve" 6 Mary's hospital at Streator. The little girl has a brother, Bill, who will be 6 in November. Capt. and Mrs. Ross Overley and their three children, Bruce, Debra and Bryan, have arrived here from Denver, Colorado, for a visit with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Homer Overley and Mr. and Mrs. William Sweitzer at White Point. A doctor in the Army Medical Corps, stationed in Filzsimmons Army hospital at Denver the past two years, Ross will have his two ANSWER FIRE CALL Firefighters responded lo'a trash fire call which was reported shortly before midnight Wednesday. The Maze was damage. extinguished without FURNITURE LOANS LINCOLN FINANCE COMPANY Marfo Smith, Mgr. Phong 3299 HELP WANTED-MALE Young man for General Office work In retail branch, The Sherwin-Williams Co. Excellent opportunity for advancement in many fields. Fringe benefits. CALL 4266 FOR APPOINTMENT wa s shown and refreshments years tour of dut y completed with wd;> ^""wn, nnc reiresnmems tha „,._,,, ;„ T ,.i,. were served. Central Dilstrict Chairman Richard Rammel presided at the meeting. the army.in July.. The family returned to Indiana for a visit and to give Dr. Overley the opportunity to register at Indiana University for his residency and continue his specialized medical study. The family will reside in Indianapolis. 'Dr. Overley will return lo Denver after a weeks visit but his family will remain here until he returns after his separation from the service. 'Ross, a graduate of Monticello high school and Indiana University Medical School, had a year's internship at St. Elizabeth hospital at Lafayette-before going into the medical corps of the army two years .ago, Monday evening a family barbecue and picnic was held in the yard at the home ot Ross' brother, . . , . Mr. and Mrs. Robert Overley and tne Continental Congress on June family in Oak Park Addition. 14 - 1877 - . - - I Roy Goddard was taken to White Porter named Chester E. Zart-; county Memorial hospital Sunday man, chairman of a Flag Day com- j afternoon where he is a patient in mittee to plan a patriotic program room 38. at Elks Lodge on June 20 when a Urge Citizens To Fly Flags Flag Day will be observed Friday. Herbert Porter, Exhalted Ruler of Logansport Elks Lodge 66 asked Logansport citizens "to demonstrate their patriotism, and pride in our great country and its heritage of freedom", by displaying the colors. Porter requested that citizens fly the Flag from dawn to dusk in honor of the 180th anniversary of the adoption of Stars ,and Stripes by Robeson Will Retire From Police Force ^Cloyd Robeson Wednesday filed his application ponce retirement with the board of public works and safely. Officer Robe-son joined the department on June 1, 3937 and ser Order New Truck Plans Preparation of a new set nf specifications for a rural fire truck was ordered by the board of works Wednesday, after both bids previously received and considered for two weeks were rejected. Fire Chief Dick Eisert was instructed lo draw the new plans so bids may be advertised within the next three weeks. Rejected proposals included one from the Universal Fire Apparatus company, city, for $22,272.50 which included several cxlra features and anolher from the Logan Auto Paris on a Howe truck marie at Anderson, $10,995. It was explained that both vehicles carry a 750-galIon water tank but that the Universal is mounted on an international fire truck chassis and the Howe vchicla is on a CMC chassis. The bonrd declared it would abide strictly by the new specifications and let the contract to tha lowcsl bidder.- The contract, to provide the park department with a half-Ion pickup truck was awarded to Hope-Luxciu on its offer of $1 ,421.69 for a six- cylinder Ford. Oilier bids for WSE for Chevrolet. $1,611.77; Thomas- Everman for Dodge, S!,53G.50; and Logan Auto Paris, $1,597.51. HANKS KITES SATURDAY PERU—Final rites for Dr. Elmer Hanks, 78, former Peru dentist now ed in various capacity, including of Fort Wayne, will be conducted licer. He was also police traffic sergeant. He resides at 2302 High street, but has a home on the Tippecanoe river, norlh of DeLong. a.m. Saturday with the Rev. Avery W. Miley officiating. Burial will be made in Ml. Hoi>e cemetery. Friends may call at Die chapel afler 2 p.m. Friday. SALE CALENDAR June 13—Drive-In Theater Waldron & Vincy 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 Tee! June 21—Lillie Newer Estate Weddington June 29—Fred Allen Estate Rinehart & Sons I group of War Mothers will be honored. No regular meeting was scheduled Wednesday night under the Elks summer schedule. Porter said this year's "Show Your Colors" campaign will be observed by 1,800 Elks lodges in the nation, marking a half-century of such, observances. • • , , SPEEDER CLOCKED AT 70 City police clocked Paul E. Boiler, 18, city, driving 70 miles per hour on Erie avenue Wednesday evening and slated him for speeding and arraignment in city court. Officers said Bpller turned off his lights, turning'into Wright 'street while attempting to lose the prowl car. • ATTENTION FARMERS! ORDER NOW USE IT TO COVER Trench Haystack Machinery «ct. Order your Befilen Corn Crib before Price Increase in July Wayne Myers Steel Bldg. Sales Inc. 1 Ml. N. on Old Royal C«nt»r Pile* Dial 3397

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