Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on October 27, 1957 · Page 28
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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 28

Logansport, Indiana
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Sunday, October 27, 1957
Page 28
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PUG .-J : IR] IP j;JL\\J PAGE TWENTY-EIGHT THE PHAROS-TRIBUNE and LGGANSPORT PRESS, LOGANSPORT, INDIANA SUNDAY, OCTOBER 27,19ST full on Barber, Ralph Newton, 57, Dies At Home; Rites Tuesday - FULTON—Ralph M. Newton, 57, died at 8:30 a.m. Saturday at his home in Fulton. He had been ill four years. .A barber, he had lived in Fulton for 12 years. The deceased was born January 19, 1900, in Dubois county, .the son of Peter and Charlotte (Riley) Newton. He was Prepare for Cold Weather Ahead Extruded Aluminum Combination TRIPLE TRACK TILT WINDOWS None Finer Price or Quality Expert Installation Phone 3666 Free Estimates KOOFiNcCo.- Just North on Road 17 Survivors include: the. widow; two sons, Pete, stationed with the US Air Force at Norton AFB^ Highland, California; and Gerald, stationed with the Air Force at West Palm Beach, Florida; two daughters, Mrs. Charles Baird, and Mrs. Ronnie Gundrum, of Fulton. Also: eight grandchildren; the mother, Mrs. Charlotte Newton, Eckerty, Indiana; one sister, Mrs. Ollie Brown, Eckerty; three brothers, Oscar, Eckerty; Ottis, Indianapolis; and James, of McNaughton, Wisconsin; one daughter preceded in death. Funeral services will be conducted at 2 p.m. Tuesday at the Ditmire chapel in Fulton with the Reverend William Keith officiating. Burial will be at the Fulton cemetery. Friends may call after Sunday noon. Cass Corn Yield Good This Year WILL ELECT OFFICERS ' \ Election of officers will highlight next Tuesday's meeting of the Kiwanis club at the Shrine dining hall, according to president Alan Hildebrandt. Members of the high school Key club will provide the entertainment. EUNICE BEAUTY SALON. Tints and Bleaches—Phone 2392 f QUALITY AND DURABILITY 1 ALUMINUM DOORSandWINDOVi We Will Continue Our 10% Discount During November ORDER NOW On Triple Track ... Extruded Aluminum Combination Screen and Storm Windows This Offer Good Only During November Aluminum Combination STOKM & SCREEN DOORS $30.00 Cass County Farm Bureau Co-op. 108 E. Ottawa St. Dial 3141 TO REMIND YOU! TO ORDER HALLOWEEN ICE CREAM NOW. V —ORDER AT OUR DEALERS OR— WATTS ICE CREAM 113 5th St. "Say It With A Brick" Phone 4504 FLORY'S FAMOUS FRESH CIDER AND APPLES AT MEW PRICES SPECIAL— Old Fashioned - Open Kettle Apple Butter Pure Honey Look for the sign that reads— JASPER FLORY & SON Dfck Ffory, Manager High Street Road 1 I SNOW TOMORROW Let Us Give Your Cur A Complete Tune-up or Overhaul OUR EXPERT MECHANICS CAN GIVE YOU CAREFREE MOTORING THIS WINTER ' \ HENDRICKSON MOTOR SALES "THE HOUSE THAT SERVICE BUILT" 417-23 5.3rd " Phone 5151 EXECUTRIX SALE OF REAL ESTATE at Private Auction SATURDAY, MOV. 2, 1957 At 10 a. m. at offices of Brown & Brown, Attorneys, BOBVi Main St., Rochester, Ind. Rea! estate consisting of 6 Room Home with bath, Built- ort Garage, large corner lot—Located in Fulton, Ind., known as the Laura Oxley home. To inspect this house and for full details, contact— EDITH HOUOAY, Executrix, Phone 17L7-1575 Farmers gather on the Carl Rudicel farm two miles northeast of Twelve Mile to hear Keller Beeson, Purdue extension agronomist, explain yields on various corn hybrids this year. Yields are up. (Staff Photo) The annual corn cut in Cass county more than likely will start next week. Yields are up over, last year. This was the word from Gus Tinas, county agent, who is now ending his check of five-acre corn plots. Thias expects the harvest to begin even if water content of corn is not down to- 20 per cent. If corn is cribbed at 20 per cent it rarely spoils as it dries. Keller Beeson, Purdue University agronomist, said Thursday that farmers who crib corn at 2530 per cent water content should use it before April of 1958. Thias said moisture in Cass county corn was averaging last week from 26 to 30 per cent. •• Beeson, who talked about yields of various corn hybrids, said wet corn may be put in cribs- without fear of spoilage in . winter but warm spring weather will damage that corn which.has more-than 20 per cent moisture. Beeson demonstrated corn pedigrees and their yields and their moisture contents on the Carl Rudicel farm two miles northeast of Twelve Mile. There were a dozen hybrids in the county that ranged in yield from 124. to 143 bushels an acre. There were 17 Purdue-developed hybrids~which brought yields from 123 to 143 bushels an acre. Rudicel planted three grains to a hill this year. Beeson^ said it was his opinion that' four grains; to a hill could have been planted, thus making.-perhaps-a'five bushel an acre hike in yield. This year's weather was, however, exceptional and enough rain fell to support more compact crop. Yield average on 29 hybrids Tn Cass county were computed on the basis of 40'hills in two different spots. YOUNG AMERICA—The Home Economics department of the Deacon Grange held a party for the patients of the Neil Home Saturday. Ladies having birthdays were honored and a decorated cake was presented for their Sunday dinner Those having birthdays were Mrs. Jones and Mrs. Bell who are both in the 80's. The cake was baked by Mrs. Lee Wilson, Gifts were also presented. Reverend Dean Cornelius, of the GREETING CARDS FOR ALL OCCASIONS Send A HALLMARK CARD When You Care Enough To Send the Very Best TIMBERLAKE'S "Greeting Card Headquarters" •^ Overhead Garage Doors —Any Site— •^C Awnings and Patio covers ' —Fiber Glasi or Aluminum— •fa Wrought Iron —House Time Guaranteed— -^ Storm Windows Aluminum . . . Several to choose from at rock bottom prices. -fc House Markers and Numerals —All Aluminum— • Screen Door Grilles —All Aluminum— •£ Colorful Ma s o n r y Coating with an iron grip- Water Shield A General Electric Water Shield B Silicons. Wood-Guard—Wood Preservative •^ Aluminum Doors with storm & screen inserts $34.00 up. • Electric operators and radio control for any size garage door. ^- Bard•- Matic Garbage Eliminator •fc Installation service on all our products. •^ Premium. Coal —Pacahontas Coal— —Eastern Kentucky— _W«$t Virginia— —Lump—Egg—Stoker— —FinarKe'or Budget T«rm»— Martin Coal Co. W. M. Jackion J. R. Gumming* 102 Vin« St. . Phone 3768 ELKS NOTICE Ritualistic-services for our I late''brother, Harry Huston; this evening (Sunday) •] 7:30 at Chase-Miller chapel. Dan Erb, Sec. Salem Methodist church, talked on "Autumn and all of its beauty," closing in prayer. Mrs. Jessie Thompson led group singing and Mrs. Lee Wilson .and Mrs. Jessie ments were served to the ladies by the committee, Mrs. Paul Jones, Mrs. Lee Wilso nand Mrs. Jessie Thompson. Mrs. Darrell Thompson entertained the following guests at a p'arty Wednesday afternoon': Mesdames Harold~ Moss, Glen Bell, Harold Scott, Jim Weaver, Gilbert Merrell, Jack Ratcliff, Ross Robertson, Orville , Scott, Marvin Wood, Richard Wilson, P. "T. Weese, Janice Pollman. Christmas toys were shown as the deversion of the afternoon and refreshments were served by the hostess. Mr. and Mrs. Lee Wilson entertained neighbors at a .chicken supper Sunday night. Those 'attending were, Mr. and Mrs. Or- viile Wilson, Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Polk, Mr. and Mrs. Tom Streeter, Mr. and Mrs. Bid Winegar, Mr. and Mrs. Morgan Wilson r Mr. and RESTYLE THAT OLD FUR! CALL US: Logan Fur Service 521 High Phone 3632 Mrs. .Delbert Smith and Mr. and Mrs. Glen Fouts. The Young America Knitting club met at the home of Mrs. John Gripe in Kokomo. Mrs. Paul Beck was in charge of the business meeting in the absence of Mrs. D. E. Lybrook. '• Mrs. Richard Wilson was presented the door prizge. The next meeting will be at the home of Mrs. Delbert Smitn. Refreshments were served to eleven members. Over 200 persons attended th Homecoming at the Upper Deer Creek Congregational Church Sun day. Mr. and Mrs. Allen Carson have returned .from a. visit with, their son, Robert,, who is stationed at Fort Riley, Kansas. Mr. and Mrs: Delbert Armstrong "of Beardstown, Illinois, recently visited with Mr. and Mrs. .Ralph Downham and family, Mr. and Mrs. Raleigh. Snider, and Mr. and Mrs. Bill Adkinsbn/ The Missionary society of the Young America Baptist church held their meeting at the home-of Mrs. Merle Stephens with Mrs. James Moore, Mrs. Lena Mummert, and Mrs. Lotta Roach assisting the hostess. Mrs. Clarence Bell was awarded the attendance prize. Mrs. Lee Fraker gave the devotions using as her topic, -"Forgotten- Men." Mrs. Clarence Bell gave the lesson on "Housing .Shortage in Cities," by Edith Davis. Club members also observed the 25th anniversary of. the Love gift offering with Mrs. Ira Roach as leader assisted by Mrs. Clarence Bell. Cards were.signed -and sent to Mrs. Walter Jones .who has moved to Villa Park, Illinois, and to Mrs. Harry Rea and Mrs. Lottie Roach who are ill. Plans for a turkey supper to be held at the church November 14 were discussed. Refreshments were served to 15 members Mr. and Mrs. M. J. Anderson, of Rochester, New York, were recent supper guests- of Mr. and Mrs. George Kahl and sons. Williams Happy To Report A factory Is Moving from Indiana DETROIT UB—Gov. G. jMennen Williams criticized Saturday persons who "extol the state of Indiana at the expense of Michigan." Addressing a Democratic Women's Day . assembly in Detroit,' Williams said Republicans "have pictured Indiana as a tax- free paradise, to which Michigan business was running, as fast as they could pull up stakes. "Now. this is the kicker to this story," he said. "Chrysler Corp. recently announced the location of a new plant to replace the former operation in Evansville, Ind. "The new plant will be in St. Louis,. Mo., in a state which has a 2 per cent corporations profit tax, almost identical with the one I propose for Michigan." TRAFFIC ARREST . Russell D. Boyer, 536 Bates, was charged by police'with passing on a double yellow line- in> Cicott street. He is to be in city court later. Read the Classified Ads five Defendants Pay fines In City Court 'Five defendants were assessed fines, by .-Judge Harold Tuberty during Saturday's city court session. • " ' : • Martin L. Baker, of route 6, Lo- garisport, paid. $10 and $14.75 costs on a .charge • of reckless driving. Arraigned .for driving a' motor vehicle with an improper muffler, Floyd" Martin, of 825 North Sixth street,, was fined $5 and costs. Margaret Parkinson, of route 1, Lucerne, was 'fined $1 and costs for driving without an operator's license. • A reckless driving charge brought a" fine' of $l'and costs to John M. Tishock, -of 707 Daisy street. Robert Lawhorne, city, paid $3 and costs for using profanity 'and ?1 and costs for' disorderly conduct. ' VARICOSE VEINS Honor Two Students Who Aid Own Cause -John Parker, R. R. 1, and Robert Timberlake, 2500 North St.. are among: 110 students named winners of scholarships at Indiana University because they .are helping earn their own way. During spare time hours Parker is a dish washer and Timberlake is a bookkeeper. The winners of the $100 awards earn the prized title of "Little 500 scholars." The reason is that the funds came from .the "Little 500" bicycle race held last May in the I. U. Memorial Stadium. In Memory of PearlHults who left us six years ago tomorrow. Her Family. PHOLSTERING 2018 North Street Phen* 4789 BECK'S TRANSFER PHONE 3539 OHfLI SUPPER TIPTON GRADE SCHOOL T6th & Wright St. TUESDAY, OCT. 29 5 to 7:30 p.m. BY TIPTON P.T.A. NO MATTER WHAT YOUR INSURANCE NEEDS MAY BE WE CAN TAKE CARE OF IT. CREE INSURANCE AGENCY Roger A. Parker & Ira Cree INSURE IN SURE INSURANCE Dial 3758 214Vi 4th for built-in conven/ence €VR kitchens... ^S&h'J Bring your kitchen up-to-dafe! In keeping with today's growing trend toward buTlt-ih appliances in the kitchen — GENEVA offers the widest selection of builf-in cabinets available:. There's a GENEVA cabinet to accommodate practically every builf-in •appliance oni the market today .'.. ranges, "ovens and refrigerators ... .gas or electric. In -addition, 1 there are .many GENEVA special, purpose cabine^r.for added.convenience.. '.each designed to perform a specific task-in your kitchen. .. - .... , . Before you decide on your new.kitchen, let-wi show you how easily, and economically, you can own a fine GENEVA kitchen .. .in color or white .. .planned to fill your every need and desire. Phone or drop in today." '. SMALL DOWN PAYMENT ... UP TO 3 YEARS TO PAY! TODD'S "THE STORE THAT SERVICE • BUM" 327 East Marke* Phone 3300 roe ROSS REID Roofs Em Right Bell-Horn Two-Way Stretch Elastic Stockings ore knitted to fit contour of the leg, giving uniform pressura from ankle to thigh. Wonderful comfort! Smooth appearance! Practically invisible under sheerest hose. Available in Cotton or Nylon. $6.00 ,„$ 16.95 BUSJAHN'S DRUG STORE 308 Fourth St. "Your Private Secretary" FLORENCE DAGCY Typing — Mimeographing Offset Printing — Business Formi 129 Fourth St. Phone 3381 Close-out Special Sherwin-Williams Paints in Discontinued Colors Shop early on these Top Quality Interior Wall Paints Save up to 50%. Get th* color you want ax low at $0.70 Oal | on South Side Lumber Co. 811 Burlington Ph.: 2319 Carved Deeply INSURE HAVING YOUR MONUMENT SET BEFORE WINTER Call For Evening Appointment Call 2394 For Transportation to our office. Billman Monument Co 1137 Pleasant Hill AT MAIN ENTRANCE OF MT. HOPE CEMETERY There's MORE to SEE on ZEMTH TV •••••••*••••< m/opmwfs SLIMMER, TRIMMER CABINET STYLING BIG SCREEN TV THE SAXON Modtl AM7J 332 sq. In. rectangular picture area. Contot* «tte TV, In grained Mahogany • t _ O r or Blond Oak color». ' * NEW 1958 WORLD'S FINEST QUALITY PERFORMANCE THE FAIRFIELD Modil A22B 21' dlag. meas. 262 sq. In. rectangular picture •-' area. Sunshine Picture Tube. Super Horizontal Chassis. Spotllte Dial. Tone Control. Bate Available, extra. Choice $A/\/v?5 of 4 colon. NEW SUPER HORIZONTAL CHASSIS with Extended Band Video Amplifier—allows up to 350,000 more cycles of picture information to reach the TV screen for greater picture detail, depth, realism than ordinary narrow band TV receivers.. Has 18,000 volts of picture power. .NEW SUNSHINE PICTURE TUBE with new Zenith high speed electron gun that drives electrons against the screen hard. and fast —pictures sparkle - with bright highlights. New design eliminates trouble* some ion trap magnet which, when improperly adjusted, causes low brightness, fuzzy detail. Tube is shorter tor slimmer cabinet styling. PIUS TWO 7J6' SPiAKIRS • CINIUNS* FACf GLASS e TONE CONTROL • PULL-PUSH ON/OFF KNOB e SPOTL1TE DIAL e EASY OUT FACE GLASS SEE THE ZENITH PORTABLE TV BEFORE YOU BUY! BETTER DEALS! EASY TERMS! TODDS "THE STORE THAT SERVICE BUILT" 327 Eaif Market Phone 3300 PUBLIC

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