Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on June 14, 1957 · Page 10
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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 10

Logansport, Indiana
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Friday, June 14, 1957
Page 10
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fen Logansport, Indiana, Pharos-Tribune Peter H. Miller New Local Store Manager Mr. and Mrs. Peter H. Miller, residing north of. Logansport, are recent arrivals in Logansport. Mr. Miller has taken over the store managership of the S. S. Kresge company here, coming from Hamilton, Ohio, where he was store manager for 15 years. In August he will celebrate his 89th year with the Kresge organization. Beginning his career •with the firm in Detrioit, Mr. Miller has also served the company in Cleveland and Philadelphia. He is a Rotarian, a member of Mildred, 24, who suffered a dis located left hip, injured left an kle, and facial lacerations; ant their son, William R. ,Jr., '1% who sustained a concussion. The body' of Mrs. Stella Whittenberger, Carpenteria, California, who died at 11 a.m. Wednesday, of injuries sustained in the same accident, was shipped from the Ditmire Funeral home, in Fulton to Santa Barbara, Calif, where the Haider funeral home will have charge of the .final rites. Burial will be in the Calvary Cemetery at Santa Barbara. Mrs. Whittenberger was a native of California, but Mr. Whittenber- , Scottish Kite, Shrine, and is a past S er was bon > "ear Mt. Zion, mov- president of the Hamilton Shrine in 8 to California 50 years ago. Club. Mr. Miller is active in the Shrine's crippled children's hospital work, and was at one time the coordinator for seven Ohio Shrine Clubs. Rochester Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Shelton will hold open House Sund-ay from 2 to 5 p.m. when friends and relatives are invited to call at their home, in observance of their Golden Wedding Anniversary. Miss Shellon was the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Lon Willard and Mr. Shelton's parents were Mr. and Mrs. Horace Sheiton. They •were married June 19, 1907 in the Methodist Parsonage by the Rev. J. W. Switzer. They are the parents of one son, Joe,' of fncliana- polLs, also two grandchildren Pamela and Joe Jr. Woodlavm Hospital listed the •three patients admitted Wednesday morning after receiving injuries in the two-car crash at the junction of U. S. 31 and State Road 110, us in "fair" condition today. The three, al! of Marion,' arc William R. Isom Sr. 25, who sustained an injured righl knee and chest, lacerations on his rijjht lei; and facial abrasions; his wife, Mrs. Victoria Whittenberger oJ 218 East 13th street, is a sister- in-law of Mr. 'Whittenberger. The Whittenbergers had been traveling about the country with their car and housetrailer, and had stayed at the We-Like-It trailer park for the past four weeks., and were on their way to visit relatives in Chicago at the time of the- accident. They planned to visit in Wisconsin before return- in? to California. Also injured in the accident were Donald E.. Isom, 19, bro ther to William R. Sr., and Mrs. Viola M. Leonard, 27, Marion, Mrs. Isom's sister. Both received treatment at the hospital -and were released. The remaining accident victims, Mr. Whittonberger and Jacquelyn Sue, 3, the Isnm's little daughter, were uninjured. Wednesday afternoon in Fulton circuit court, Walter Bowman, Disko railroad employee, was granted $6000 • damage.? against Donald Caldwell, Akiron, by a jury of nine men and three women. Tho jury was given the case at 11:4S a.m. Wednesday, after deliberating 2'/ 2 hours, they returned the verdict in favor of the plaintiff, setting the amount ATTENTION! Builders, Contractors & Do-it-yourselfers $40,000 Stock of Building Materials, Paints, Storm Windows, Etc. Must Be Sold to Make Room Hours 0 to 6 Dally—Sunday 10 to 4 Wood Siuih, any »Jze, unxlazed , 78 C Wood Sunh, glazed $1.00 and $1.50 Molding, any wiillh, llnoa] ft 2 C . Plywood Utility Boxen with Steel Hanging Band '.'.'.Vic Interior Paint, gal $1.29 Outnlde Paint, ocean brown only, 5-gal. can W.tr> Plate Ol»«», 5/16" thick, ZSMxfiS" $5.0!i Molded Plywtmd Benetton, ncat» 5 $2.»5 Huoco Steel Com)). Windows. Hlnrl ut $7,!K Rubber Weather Stripping I2.fi. nil! JOe Many Oilier Karnulna Building Material Sales 813 JV. Wmltlniitoin Hi. Hear of Carter Storage In Ui« Old Armory I)ulldlnj( Enter from Monroe or Wnfihlnjfton Htrc«t» Kokomo, rnd. VALUE |O CUBIC 1C. FOOT WSJ Refrigerator WITH Revolving Shelves lurn out In put >ll loo* it your flngwllf i. Fifty >[l|uitaM«-U() M dwn— mm wtim IcuM. Magnetic Safety Door . ttowi wlomiltully, iKinlly, iwurdy, No meclnnkil latch... iliHif ltd... 6-E Mnfc* Mnmto. MOMLU-DF Tlma WM nflvor rljxir for you lo nturt enjoying thn con- *«ti!enc« Mid awviot! thU huffe Gnnr.ml Klnclriu Ite •rator olfov*... nn<i ut « now low bargain price* DMUMflWH TCWHIIH«M OOHTDOl. • fULl-WIOTH FHCCZCR HOIK W W 31 I'OUMOt FHOZtN FOOD. • DUTTIK COMPARTMENT. • TWIN PUU-OUT VfOCTAUC DflAWCRt. • WILMN HO DACKI. • I-YIIM WNIITCN rHOTKTKW PUN. I OOIOR... IHSIOt HMO OUT. CHOIC* Of ••I MIK-OR MATCH COWHI. I MMOVMU. HOJWTMU DOM MtlVH. • ftU.WIOTM tHIUU THAT. • MMI MM-MIK IH TMM. of recovery. Bowman had asked for $10,000 in his suit. Bowman, who claimed a permanent .ankle .injury, filed the case as a result of a head on automobile crash near Akron on Dec. 1, 1954. Coldwell, driver of the other car and apparently fell asleep at the wheel, and drifted to the other side of the-road, testimony at the trial revealed. Admissions to Woodlawri hospital: Mrs. Charles Stinman, R. R. 1; Fred Ktrby, Akron, Raymond Lash, Mentone; Larry Kuhn, Denver; Cozette Baird, R. R. 6 The City Council met in regular session recently at which meeting a proposal was read to make Jefferson street a one-way street for south bound traffic and Madison street, a one way north bound traffic. 'The one-way street ordinance was proposed by Councilman Ralph Stepp, chairman of the streets and alleys department of the Council. The proposal also designated parallel parking on both of the streets named, also providing for a fine of not less than S5, nor more than $100 for violation of the terms. The Council will have a meeting in two weeks, at which time the proposed ordinance will be read for the third time. The Manitou Shrine Club will hold installation of officers Wednesday, June 19, at the Colonial Hotel. All Masons and their wives or guests are invited. Dinner will at 0:30 p.m. and entertainment will follow. The Potentate and Divan both will b.e present for the ceremonies. Tickets may be obtained at either bank, Wilmer Ditfcmer office, the Rochester News Agency or from any Shriner. Dr. and Mrs. E. F. Reuter had as their Wednesday guests, their •daughter, Mrs. Ted Davis and baby daughter, Janet. The Radio Club will meet with Mrs. John Meader, Monday at 12:30 p.m. Delphi Mrs. Nancy Cress Gimbltn of Sacramento, Calif, was a recent weekend guest of.her aunt, Mrs. F. M. Brewer last week enroute to New Orleans. Her parents Dr. and Mrs. Ed Cress plan to come on July 5 for a visit with his sister, Mrs. Brewer and other relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Appleton, Mr, and Mrs. Gene Appleton and son Barry, Mr. and Mrs. Dean Appleton went to the Morris-Bryant motel near Lafayette Sunday to celebrate father's day and the birthdays of Mrs. Dean Appleton and. Gene Appleton. Robert IT. Snavely has filed suit for divorce against Mona R, Snavely. He asks for an absolute divorce and custody of their minor children and a restraining order to prevent the defendant from taking the three children. The Judge! issued the restraining order in' the initial hearing. The Carroll pounly Health Council met in the office of the Public Health Nurse Tuesday afternoon in discuss the office budget for the coming year, 1958. Mrs. John Peterson, president of the council, presided over the business session. Health problem's were also discussed. Miss Lois Cox RN, native of Delphi, who is a public health nurse at Chapel Hill, N. C. is now touring Europe. She and other nunsas were also attending the International Nurses' Council at Rome, Italy. She plans to be back in the United States around July 1st. Miss Cox is a sister of Mrs. Esther Cox Gregg, local public health nurse. Mrs. Ruby Thompson Trent, Executive secretary of the Carroll County T. B. Association was among those from 20 counties who attended the luncheon meeting at the Sportsman hotel Monday, June 10. It was a regional seal sale meeting. Miss Freida Burgitt, a board member, accompanied her to the luncheon. The State Executive Secretary Chester D. Kelly of Indianapolis presided over the business session. Mrs. Ka-tie Elshire and Mrs. Gertrude Bibgaman of Peru were recent guests of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Turner at Flora, Mr, and Mrs. Joe Turner of Flora called on the S. 0. Anderson family and Mrs. Lottie Clifford at Montieello Sunday. Mr. ar.d Mrs. J. R. Kennedy and Danny of Columbus, 0. were recent guests of his sister, Mrs. Arvel Flora on East Branklln Street. Mr. Kennedy is a. native of Rockfleld. William Vaughan. Jim Landis of Delphi and Paul Vollenweider of Jefferson Township left Saturday for Bloomington to attend Boys' State. Sponsoring the boys are the Rotary and Lions Clubs and uhe Harry Bohannon Post No. 75 American Legion. The Boys joined MonticelJo and Lafayette boys at Lafayette and went on a Lafayette bus. The district convention of the American Legion will be held at Chalmers on June 23 at which time district officers will be elected. The sta(e convention will be held at Indianapolis July 12 to 15 inclusive, Mrs. Inez Wilson of Tulsa, Okla. who has been a guest of her cousin, Mrs. J. D. Klepinger in South Delphi has also been visiting friends in Brookston. She plans a longer visit here with Mrs. Klepinger. Mrs. Lois Stralton of Indi-, •anapolis has also been a guest of her mother, Mrs. Klepinger. Herbert Parks, & junior in the Indiana University Medical School at Indianapolis, spent a few days here • wibh his parents Mr. and Mrs. Edrite Parks. He will continue his studies through the summer months. Paul Laprad, a student at Manchester college and Miss Martha Brown of North Manchester were recent guests of his parents, Rev. and Mrs. John Laprad here. Students home from Manchester College for Ibe summer are Roderick Rodkey, Frances Redmond, Marilyn Dempsey, Dean Burton, Raymond Stokes and Evelyn Brown. Personal Cobb and Bob Young, son of Robert E. Young, of Cartilage, Missouri, formerly of this city, are spending a month with their grandmother, Mrs. C. E. Young, 1007 Wheatland avenue. Friday Evening, June 14, 1957. Hospital Notes MEMORIAL Born: To Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Berkshire, 214 Burlington avenue, a son; to Mr. and Mrs. Paul Burrous, Walton, a daughter; to Mr. and Mrs.'Albert Walsh, 2417 Emmett Drive, a daughter. Admitted: Mrs. Shirley Cox, 123 Twelfth street; Otho Woolen, 421 Cliff Drive; Foster Rearick, 1613 East Broadway; James Harvey, Royal Center; Mrs. Lillie Davis, 557 West Clinton street; Mrs. Bertha Young, Grass Creek; Mrs. Pearl Spencer, 1811 Grant street. Dismissed: Guy Bran.iman, 514 Brown street; Alva Conrad, 415 Nineteenth street; Mrs. Elizabeth Deane, route 4; Mrs. Cleo Fellers, 30014 North street; Mrs. Woodrow Gammon and son, 93G',ii Helm street; Mrs. Willis Grable and daughter, route 1; Mrs. Vernal Fry, 875 South Cicolt street; Alfred Frye, Bunker Hill; Miss Jessie Guy, route 5; Miss Candace Lease, Lucerne; Mrs. Margaret McConncll, Eikco hotel; Master Jeffery Shanks, route 1, Cnmden; Charles Stevens, 82G East Market street; Master Randy Zimmerman, 1823 Clark street. ST. JOSEPH'S Born: To Mr. and Mrs. Jnmes Menis, North Juclson, a son; to Mr. and Mrs. Freeman Carnation, route 4, u daughter; to Mr. and Mrs. John RinKer, Monterey, a son. , Admitted: John Hnscliul, Wimi- mac; Donald Wray, 208 Wheatland avenue. Dismissed: Mrs. Jennie Miller, route 5, Peru; Master John Fes- Peru The first five months of 1957 show that construction projects in Peru and suburbs* total almost a half of million dollars, according to Levi Wilson, city building commissioner. A total of 83 building permits have been issued by his office since January. Twenty of these were for new homes, 20 for additions to or remodeling houses: 35 for garages or garage improvements and nine for buildings of commercial and other uses. The Public Service Commission of Indiana has scheduled a public hearing on the petition of G. R. Oldham and others versus the Peru Municipal Light Plant. The hearing is slated to be held in the Clay Township School at 10 a.m. June 27. Oldham, route 3, Kokomo. and 39 other signers, are petitioning Die PSC to order the Peru power plant to provide adequate service to the Straw-town Pike line. Clay Township, or (o permit any other utility whicfi can furnish adcquata service to provide power. The petitioners claim that tb« power is frequently disrupted and that the utility lias failed and refused to install adequate service. ler, 025 Fourlei'iith street: John Sprinkle. Walton; John Bcroth, 107 West I/indun avenue; Mrs, Barbara Wacidups, Star City; Mrs. Robert Townsley and son, 121!0>i East Broadway; Mrs. Milbnl Harvey and daughter, 12J3 Murphy street; Mrs. Joseph Beck and dauRhtcr, 504 Helm slroel; Mrs. Merrill Loullinin and son, 100!$ Sixth slrccl. llSiSftsto.iiRsi^ cool your home at Wards low sale prices! 412 I. Broadway Phona 4193 PORTABLE FANS • an with large 20" blades > all guaranteed 5 to 10 yrs! * I Wards new 1957 TRU-COLD straightline, the only completely automatic air conditioner EXCLUSIVE DUAL STAT CONTROLS BOTH COOLING UNIT AND FANS PtMY AUTOMATIC—Turnj bo* *• fciin and cooling syilom (or fans, if fcirw only aro batng mod) ON cmd Off ot l«mporaturo of tho rooms changni. DnhumlclUtns—drowi •xcott molslurfp from Hw» olr—fllvoi cool comfort on t>ol day*. 1-HP, 115v. model compares to name brands priced $ 45 to $ 60 more 249.95 ROLL IT ROOM TO ROOM —OFF FRAME IT'S A FIKE WINDOW OR FLOOR FAN Adfu»ttibh>.,w«crt!i*r jmlwctor brfofl* in fr«*h afr, exhciunh »lolo ofr; Cool* vp lo 660 iq. ft. 3 afr cllroclon. Pormononl double flhor* Kreon out *oot, poH«n —air it always cloon. 5-yr. warranty. *10 down $12 a month %-HP, Iliv—cooli up la 52S Hi. fl 339.9S 1-HI', 230v— coo*i up to 1)20 i<|. h 249.95 I'/i-HI', 730v—cooli up to )OVO iq. I)..,.299.WJ REG. 54.95 — SAVE $10 Evon rollc up and down skiinl 3 ipootln; movoi 4000 CFM on "high". Turn* on, off by Ihelf; rovorioj oloctrlcollyl 10 yr. guor. 2O" WINDOW FAN REGULARLY 44.95 Samo fan at abovft— without frame, Sain prtcotll FAN TO INSTALL TO"—REG. 39.95 12-IN. DESK FAN 14.95 QUALITY OtclHotoi, r«malm .lallonary, \j\ JJ obo IIKil AV.T1 WARD'S 1956 % M.P. 115v AIR CONDITIONER SATURDAY ONLY $179.88 Wards low-cost central air conditioning MR CONDITION YOUR ENTIRE MOUSE WITH THIS COMPACT MNIT sale 366.88 U*w fh» •Muting rivtl work for wurm-OrMMtfitod WurJ* low co*» 1*1. 119.5* rtUS INSTMJJUMN no money down ~M:,"~ •ooli on OV»T<«»» 4 to 6-room horn* atnHy You'll >l«op bottor, *o( b«H«r, f*«l b*Nw wMh a Ward air conditioner hi your hom<rl Rofriu«fo*>o«- lyp* vni« hoi 19,000 BTil-pw-hr. oopocrty. NOTHING TO PAT TH OCT. 1ST IF INSTALLED WITH HEATING SYSTEM

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