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Logansport, Indiana
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Tuesday, June 18, 1957
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Tuesday Evening, June 13, 1957. 13. REAL ESTATE OWNER transfeired, must sell duplex, 3 bedrooms each, renting S55 a month. Take over contract. Phone 235L 13. REAL ESTATE OWNER leaving state, 4 bedroom modern house, lots of extras, priced right. Ph. 50128. NEW home and garage, FHA \leed more room': Crowded at' your house? Stadium Drive 3 bedroom, one year old ranch. Sale includes electric oven, stove, disposal, kitchen ventilator canopy, drapes, TV, a dandy corner lot and carport. North Si 3 bedroom residence, tile kitch- •;n, breakfast nook, powder room down, full hath up. Lots of room here. 6 wardrobe closets, shaded corner lot. This home has had only two owners. High St. Beautiful residence, zone radiant hot water gas heat, finished recreation room in basement, dish washer, disposal, wall to wall carpeting. 2% car heated garage. Thin home has lots of extra nice features. Broadway Large home. Use it as a Mingle or a;i income. Completely newly wired, oil fired steam boiler. Kxcellent for large family. I'ricud very reasonably. Otto Hilbcrt ItKAI/J'OU HIM Clifton Ave. J'lione 2B84 'OR SALE—Nice house, no bath, large lot, 858 Garfield. Price $4,200. Also modern small home on contract. Ph. 50425 before 1 p.m. NEW 3-bedroom U. S. Steel Homes available on V. A. loans at 2% down. Dial 2397. 4-ROOM cottage on 3 full lots. Will sell on contract with $500 down Sacrifice. Ph. 9167. RESIDENCE 1717 North street, $4,500.00. Trust Department, The National Bank of Logansport. NEW 4-room house with gas fur nace. 511 13th Street. FOK SALE: Attraclive all modern 2 story home, 5 bedrooms, many closets, good built-in cabinets hardwood floors, oil heat, good decorations, large 89'0"xl65'0' lot; also has a good tile building si/.e 30'0"x5(>'0"; this property has many possibilities, and can easily be converted into an in come property. Located west o Main street across, from new Riddle school, reasonably priced for quick sale. Fan.sier Really Co., 915 E. Ninth St., Rochester Ind. Phone CA-3-2219; Ralp) I Stepp, res. CA-3-G2li!). 3-HKDKOOM home, year old, FHA available, automatic oil heat 2MW George. b. Lots BUILDING sites, any sixc, clectri city, Has. Cash or conlract. 73il'l. Latest Market Reports INVESTMENT MEMO Soles by mutual funds hit peak, exceed redemptions steadily. QUARTERLY DATA PolalHatf-AfMK. of Iftvtil.Co*. Mofrll Kahc Producers Stockyards 190 to 230 No. 1 20.10 190 to 210 13-00 210 to 230 10.35 230 to 250 ..' 18.U5 250 to 270 1H-I10 270 to 300 1H.3E g ows 16.25 down Boars 7.00-10.00 Stags ' 7.00-10.00 ers 23.50; good and choice heifers 19.5022.50, odd head high choice 23.50; vealers weak to 50 lower; good and choice 20.50-24.00. Sheop 400; about steady; good and choice spring lambs 20.0022.00. Retired Farmer Dies In Rochester After One Year's Illness ROCHESTER — Ancel Clark Gray, 36, a retired farmer, died following a one year illness at 4:30 a.m. Tuesday at his dence, 607 Fulton avenue. He was born in Osgood, Ind., on September 3, 1870, the son of William and Sarah Jane Griffith Gray. He moved to Rochester eight years ago, after living near Fulton for 40 years. Surviving are: the wife; a son, Howard, of Vicksburg, Miss.; a daughter, Mrs. Fern Scolt, of Detroit; two grandchildren; threo Hawkins Stockyards Meat Type ABovo Quotuclona 100 to 210 210 to 230 230 to 250 250 to 270 j 270 to .100 Sows Bourn Slags Voal .... c. Farms 727 llitli St. '/ nn. mod. 4 rrmi. down mid >k bath, :i nun up and lull l»!itli. Kit. lias Ijuill.-iriii. IK. bji.'iei/ienl. oil fijrti:ii:<j. (i:ir, fruit trews. yi,y.W}. 417 Jll.li St. 'i. tiwlnn. inuil. built in llttl. Onk li<lw. flri. JiUirm windows (Hid Kcreenii, all built- IIIH. l''l(i(ii'«d iitl.ii:. l''ull balm- menl. (J.'in furnuco, KuKurncnt H.'irnKK, $11,000. 425 Wheallaml 7 nti. mod. !i riris. down. 2 rum, up ami lull linlli. All In MCellent i.-oadilion. IK bariemenl. <iond foul furnaci! I.K. l»t. P,!'00. •J:M W. Mlnini. 7 rrn. iiKid. v«(.•ant, 4 niiij. down, .'1 rm;i. up. lull bath. Km:. back porcli with stool. Good oil conv. furuuttft. 'J. oil ,tlor»K<! tankn. This la "•> K""- 1 ' homo liut ii(i(!(ln dwroriilliiK I'rie.i'd tut' quick «al<: to w:ttl(: iralHlc. $4,Will Ciillll. II, KRV1N HAIINKK, Hwillor Mil Union St. I'liniii! 4VIII 116 Acre Curroll counly slock und «raln farm. Newly remodeled 3 bedroom home. Fair outbuildings. Spring water for livestock. Immediate pnsHUHslon of land. Will consider smaller farm in trade,. Otto HUbert HKAI/rOR K'ilJ Clifton Avo. I'liont: 20114 10.50 111.10 111.75 1(1.4(1 111,10 down ... 1.1.DO down ... 10.00 down 19.00 Third Stroet Market Voals Lambs Veal Hides tifef hides Wayno's Produce Hunn Heavy Hens . .18 . .Ifi . .12 .W/3 . .25 .11 80 uKtm near Mora. Cliiiice farm, cholci: luvullon. .Inlm II. Flora, Realtor. Klunt I'linni: 511. KOK SAIjK— 1111 aiM'irii iilock nail Hrain farm In (Jan'oll i;oimly. I'l'lci: to aitlft lnf|iilr<! Koe.kfiirkl Klirvalor or wrilx: I'. 0. liox 402, Jlockfiiild, Intl. Wilhin tlrlvliiK dlritanci! of Miinllovllo or J,o#aiiH- ill) AC I IK farm nisar finiHa Cruct. $»J,WID. IJtiyd jBfl'nrlisi, Itirallor, 4«:i Kant J.'ltli. KocliiiiiLvi', CA-IMiJIl. JJial Popojoy Dressing Plant Heavy Hens 13 Leghorn Hens 11 Rites Wednesday For Meda Keevcr Kinnl rll.irn fur Mrs. Mniln fllb Keove.r, 73, of Kiiltiimo, v/liu died Mutulay al. fhu l''lont nurniiiK Inline!, will l«; he.ld al. 'i p.m. Weil- niiiidiiy nl Um Klle.ni chnpitl, Kn- loimo. llnrial will !)': In tin: Al- lirixht eirirmliiry. Her rii',-it hiinbanil, John (liblm, lic-d In lli.'ll. In ID.'ili rilic married .luck Kecvcr, who rllird In 11)41, ix irlilldi'nn, four l;t ullier.s, four •ilnlfr.i, II KI anilclillilren mid 12 ral-Hi'andchlMi'en .inrvlvt:. 'Yieridjt may call al. Hi<; KH ttpifl, Kokotno. W01 CiKorxn. N«w II Imilnri. jnod. ijjincliiUH ririH. lltlw. flra. 'K- nliiHctrt, birch cub. Oil lurmicii Atlnchcd li'iniK'i. *I4,VBO. isi2 Hlildld ,Sl. inrw :i luidrrn. mod. l.«. Hv. nn. v/all-to-wnll carpet. 10-fl. picture window. Oil ftirnaex;. Cariiort. flll//!>0, ISO!) Diddle KI.. N«w II Imdnn. mod. CM: \<>l. lldw. flra. ()ll fur- nac«. J'rkod for quirk iinlii nl fci.SOO. II. KIlVIN 1IAKNKII, [tenltor Mil llnle.B KI. I'honi! 4YHI I''OH MAI.K IfotiHK to lie. torn down and removed from Int. Iteiti.otialile. I'lione 111(111 CHICAGO LIVESTOCK Ol U'CAC-0 < UP)— I ,l'vc;ilock: llo«« 0,500; Kcnerally sloady lo •Ki holier; No. 2-:i mixed tf radii loin JW-225 Ibs I.K.UO-20.3B; low mixed No. 1.-3 liioKn weltfliU) 20.4020.50; few head No. I, 20.75; few No. 1, 200 llm uniform in «nidi! 21.(X); No. 2-1! 2:iO-2MO UIH J 11.75111.75; fow No. 3, 2(W-:il() llxi 111.00111,50. Callie 5,500, calves 200; ;>l<iers mul lielfor.i, Hlciuly U> 25 lower; vcaleni (iloady Lo weak, iimliweiMi 1.1X1 lower; fuw loailn lilwii uliiilnu and prime fed lile.ei'M 24.00-2(1,fiO; Illllk IjOIMl Ul IIVOrHKU clHlici; 2H.50- 2:1.no; standard /mil KOOI! slnurH lart/ely Ul.(X)-22.(H); load high choice 1050 II) liolTcTM XI.(15; lew chu!e.c and pi'l.me mlxc,d lAt-f.r and heller yearililW 24.00; bull'. clmico liell 1 - I'ii 22.25-211.00; Kood I" I"* cJmlee 20.00-22,00; Hood and choice vcal- uivi 2(I.OO-ii!i.OO. ,'iliiii!.]! 1,000; iiprlllH lamlwi 1.00' 1.50 lower; KOOI! Ixj prime api'lnu lamlw 21.00-2:1.00; one double deck brothers, of Fulton and George, of Union Cily; four sislers, Miss Mary Gray, a paticnl al Woodlawn hos- pilal; Mrs. Nellie Dobhee and Mrs. Li'/./.ie Cray, of Union Clly; and Mrs. Edilli Dolbee, ol Balllo Creek. . Final riles are scheduled at 2 p.m. Thursday al the Zimmerman funeral home with the Rev. Melvin Livengood officiating, assislud by Ihe Hev. George Crane. Burial will be mudu in the. IOOF eomulcry. Friends may call nl'ler 7 p.m. Wednesday. Forest Bish Estate Estimated $14,000 The cslinle ot '.he lale Forest G. Bish, local grocer, who died May, 10, was o.slirr.atc,d ul $12,000 In real osl/ile and $2.000 in personal properly when his will was filed for probale Tuesday In Urn Cass elrcuil courl. II leave:! $500 lo a dauKhler, Tlielmn ir»nic.kcr, $100 (inch Lo two Ki-andcliildren, Blanche BLsh and Charles Spiillcr, mid the remainder In Iho Farmers and Merchants Sliiln bank In Iru.'il lor lii.'i wm, Lenten Duiiley Hish. Upon Ills dealh the remnindcr Is lo «n lo lh« daughter. Dnlod Nov. 1(1, 1n»t year, Hiu will n»me.'i Ihe FarrrmrK and M-er- chrinls Slate bank an oxecutor. Myoivi and Mnll<|ue iiru Ihu al- InrneyH for llm o.'il.ale. Miss Edrja Shafle Local Pastors Re-Appointed The Rev. Wilbur C. Wilson, pastor of the Local Broadway EUB church, and the Rev. J. E. Campbell, pastor of the Third street EUB church, were reassigned to these churches for another year at the close of the Indiana Conference North of the Evangelical United Brethren church Sunday at Lake Wawasee. Reverend Wilson is beginning his seventh year as pastor of the Broadway church, and Reverend Campbell is. beginning his fourth year at the Third street church. The Rev. Kenneth Hosteller was named pastor of the Young America EUB church, replacing the Rev. C. R. Smith, who was transferred to Goblesville. No appointment has been made to fill the vacancy created by the retirement of 'the pastor of the Galveston church, the Rev. E. C. Reidenbach. The Rev. C. H. appointed pastor 17 Events at Fairgrounds Horse Show The Diamond X Trail Riders from Frances Slocum Park won the trophy for having the largest number of members present when the Cass county Saddle Club con- annual horse show county fairgrounds Abbott was re- of the Twelve Everett and ' Willinm.JM'iie and New Waverly churches, and the Rev. R. H. Beaewilz was named pastor at Royal Center again this year. SI Judge Levies Seven Fines Seven, fines were assessed, five for speeding violations, by Judge Harold Tubcrty Tuesday morning in cily court. Dennis M. Gnby, 4fl, of Soven- Iconlh slrecl, was found guilty ol speedlns 40 miles per hour in a 20-mile none on Broadway, between Fourth and Second streets and fines $25 plus $1.4.75 cosls. .Tomes A. Grimes, Jr., of 004 North. Third street, nml Clarence D. Wingnrd, of hmle 1, Bunker Hill, paid $7 and cosls on speed- David Lcnn Carey, of roulo 2, Wnllon, was fined $11 nnd costs and .lolin H. Lontf, of Ihe Slate Hospital, $5 and cosls for exceeding Ihe speed limit,. For fnlliiri! in yield Ihu riffhl of wuy, .lack II. Mines, of roule Ii, Lni-innHporl, was aMussed $1. and $14.75 cowls. .Inmes C. CunnhiKhnm, of Ko- cbe.'iler, wan fined $1 and ci and Klvim 10 days In jnll for failure l» provide tor Iwo minor chllilrun. ducted their at the Cass Sunday. • Winners .of attendance prizes were Don Cragmilc, Alexandria,' 100 pounds of horse feed donated by King's Hatchery; Ted Blackledge of Kokomo, 25 pounds of dog food contributed by Kasch's Feed Store; Mrs. Richard Straw- sma, Lafayette, who won a tail pipe extension donated by the Western Tire store; Wilma James, Kokomo, floor mats doiv ated by the Walton elevator; and Omar Baer of Royal Center won a gallon of paint donated by the Walton Lumber company. Winners in the various events are as follows: Model Class—1st place, Dean Strawsma of Lafayette; 2nd Her man Ysbcrg of Rochester, Route 1; 3rd Judy Bm'nhurt, ol' Orlando. Flu.: 4111 Don Finlon, Logansporl; 5th Don Douglns, Chicago. 111. Equitation Western 10 and un dor: 1st Mary Barrnor of' Koko mo: 2nd Katie Cox of Kemplon Ind.: 3rd Mnry Lou Zcidcr, Lo Kiinsporl; 4th Ted Bleoltlidge o Kokomo; !>lh Billy Strcu of Logan sport; 6th Tumarn Newell, Koko mo; 7th Susnn Wilson of Logan sport. Equitation Western. 11 (o J. . 1st Susie Oron of Mimclc, l llnm!l - *"• IWO '•"°- Logansport, Indiana, Pharos-Tribune CROSSWORD PUZZLE Fifteen i Puzzl* ACROSS 1—Fruit coko 5—Cheer S—Cmto 12—Seaweed substunco t3—Atuslcal composition •£—Happen axatn 17—Mouths of volcanoes £—Now Zealand parrots (0—Owing 1—Unfruitful U—'Walk heavily H—Skill (3—Tibetan tu-irst tl—Sncred imugo fc—Told fnlKchood U—Churcli bunch IC—Roof edge 36—Slender flnlal 3T—Projecting tooth 3D—1'crcnnlal herb ^U—Wait on <2—Sketched 4-1—Sick 4G—Girl's nam« 47—Plied Bl—Waiting room 6$—Apprehended 66—Twist about (colloq.) 57—Obscures CS—Bo ill debt 69—Chickens DOWN 1—Thick, black substance 3—Mature 3—Extortioner 4-Olorc exact 6— Artificial lariKuaRo 6— I'art of clrcl* 7— Dift'Ioult S— Clique 9— Kxist 10— Tula of respect 11— Hnwn goddess U— Tunflo 16—Muil hen i 19— strikes ' 21 — Transaction* '2'1 — Stomach of ox 2.1— Correct C^— Kiuslly fitted SG— Motion ptctur* (colloq.) 27— lU'ir 30— Tioftoxv 33— MeiuiM SS— }*rl tint! prison 41— Aniloroil unimals 43— Kivnhmnn (CcnlloQ.) 4S— Mather of Apollo 47— Mournful •IS—Pivtix: thrc» 4y— T.linb 50— rnmlcniKic! inolntiira M— Afflrnmtlvft 6G— 1'ivilx: ilown Deaths and Funerals Flnnl WILMAMS rilns for Mrs. WINM Jim KI, RKCORD I>I,AVI!K (l//.,,n I,n(/,an,ipitrl hl years; I ml.; 2n fayelle; lieello; • zee; 51 h Bill Pal. Jin ^SS Pleasure.ami Pel I'ony under 41! «ix)il Hliorn ilay. I'/M lalx; M.on- oli'nfll, wini n //(-/''I i-Hutirtl pluyor la.vl. nielli la Ilic (!n;(;itfelditr Ili'otlt- erti I'lirilnn J'^illinrti' Uay Knullviil. I LOANS PLAIN NOTE-AUTO-OR OTHER PERSONAL SECURITY TOWN FINANCE CO. OVIR BAZLIV9 MARKET LOOAN5PORT, INDIANA Ph, 1992 4IOV7 I, Broartwnv CHICAGO PRODUCE CII'ICAdO MM')—Produce: Live |)0iil.li'y lil.nady; 1311,000 1.1 >«, No IJSDA price climiHi-,",. Cheerio aboiil. ,'tl.iindy; illliMli' dal- iileii mid lonHhoraM .'III'/ii-III); pro- ci'.'wed loal 311-117; HwlsH (irailii A 41-13; I! 3!MI; (J 35-311. Hulle.r Mendy, ,l,li(K),000 W>H; 1)3 and 'M Kcore 111); DO iieoni !ill'/j; ill) i-,eore liS, I'lyan Kinailyi I'll.HOO emifin; wjiltt! Ini'^ii anil mlxiMl Illicit f>:,\ri:;t 31; iiiixlliiinii '//; iilaiuliirdii 'M; <:iir- rent riicHLplH WI'/4. INDIANAPOLIS LIVESTOCK INUI.ANAJ'OMM (III 1 ) — Uvo- tilnelt; lloMd v,ii(X); fully fio loww, ex- tnnnii 711 off; 100-210 II) III.SO-ID.VS, Kom.1! Lo 20,2li; H10-OTO II) 111.76111.50; 270-3K8 II) lll,2li-H),(X); IWI-IHO Ib. r/.2l)-l(l.2ii; I21I-IIIO Mi HI.Oll-r/,00, fnw Ixi I7.iill. (,'aUl.i! 2,300; iiitlviHi ,'MIO; Hener itlly nUiitdy; . KIKK! and eiiolcn dLiiBi'H Hi).(KWI1.(XI, IV.w hlKb clmlei! 24.IX); I'nw mlxiirl dlimra mid Dies in Hospital WINAMAC—MlsK Kilnn Rlinfle, 114, n Ili'eloni/, reiildenl. of Win/mint:, died nl. 4:45 p.m. Monday al Ctir- neal hospital. She had been III for olulil. montliii, Horn Dec. 4, IM72, nlm wail (1/innlil.ur of l''niw:ln nml Mfirln (Carper) Sliafli!. Tim deceased wnu n member of llm Tlppeeanoi) diop- ter of Kmiliirn Hlnr. MiirvivinK Is a sl'iler, Mm. John Weldy of Winainnc. Klnal rlteii will Im eondiiel.iid nlj llm I'Vy nnd l.anMc chapel nl 2 p.m. VVediieinlay wilh llm Hev. C. I). HarrlnKor nml llm llev, Howard LavenMnml nrflulnliiiK. Iturlal will Im made In Crown Ilill cemetery. Sim reiiiieiiled Hint flownril for her fiinerul bo omllled. Clinton Farm Bureau Holds June Meeting CMnlon Tiiwimhlp l''/inii llurenu lie!d II•! rei'.ulnr m<)nl,bly mee,lln;{ l''rldn,V nlKlil. nl Clynmrii neliiinl, John (.'inni, ebalrmaii, wan In eluu'we, <li'oiip Mbi|.;lni-i wan led by Kred llDinmr, wild Mrn. Biniiiiir, SlmrllT Canion Inlke.d nlioul. Ills dulleii. II. wiei vnluil Ii) tiive JIO In llm eiineei' liuid. Hnl'i'ly mal.ei'ial wan preiiealod by Uoberl. Juilllee. Mrn. Wllmn Hbnffer riinil n l''nlh- ur'n Day poem. A "Mniiiiuijii lo Garcia" Hpniscl wan (^iven by.Courl.lley Ju.'il.leo am I'hllllii Conn enliu'Liilimd will) bin .venli'lloqiilnl mil.. (tomiiilll.ee I'or the July nioollniJ IH «:oi)ipOfied of Mi'MdnnieM anil MiMiiii'B. liini'l Iliimbni'l, llyron I'ow- Inn, Klchai'd I'al.ler.'ion, Wllllan Ilr.vnn, Oerald (Jiwiiniy; nnd Marry anil Knitter Dlelrleh. Attorney Appointed In New Trial Motion I'KIUI- ,'ipeebd Jiulne Alvln I' 1 . Religious Education Teachers Sought For Cass Schools Applications fur lencbers for Urn 1007-511 Homeslei- are now belnK received, II WIIK iiiiimunuud by Dr. I'lrlci! Fll/^iirnld, clialrman, nl llm muulliiK of Ihu uxiM.-nl.lvi! noinmll- luu »f Um Hoard of Wiinkdny ItullK- IOIIH JOducnllon of Uwinnpni'l nnd Cn.'W counly Monday evening al. llm Calvary Pnuibylerlan chnrcli, I'lniiH win'i! (Iliimifniuil for hiring in uxuciillvo secrelnry nnd for :li:MlKnnt.bi)i nornii' of the delicate;) •if HIM Hoard of Weekday Holl|.(lou;i I'ldticnllon In axuhil Ilie Ineal i'-TA :ii'Kiini/nl.lonu in enroll!!)).! MludimlM 'or llm coiii'Hu next. Momiml.ei'. t Rev. (ilisnn t.'iimplon wn:i M| vtee-elinlrman of Ihe ox ul.lve eoiiimlll.ee. lie nave Ihu eloji- in^ prayer, and Ilie. opunlnj.; |H'ay er wan Klvun by Urn llev. JJlnmiil Carroll, N. Pcnn, Avc. story nil-imiderii (I roomn, firiiplni'ii, illnlni/, room, full bmie- numl, iwriiiiliini rooiii f KIIM Imal, Karate, lovely locnl.lon. ljnmedlal.il iina.ies.ilmi. Summit Drive Two beilroiim coiivelilinoal built Kull basenienl. I'A t!"i'ntjn, al™ localion. Al.tractlve Iniilile and out, liny today. Move In 'In morrow, No K've »way«— Jtifil Quality l.l:itlnt!«. We IIIIVK olhiirn, .10 To Huy or Sell 11 will pay In Toll DalcW.McNutt YOUR HI'lAl.TOIl 2i)X« ' I'lvii. 2-17(17 DAVID BRADLEY ROTARY HOE ON $166.00 District 4-H Judging Held at Rochester — Counly Atfuiil Mllin JewlU iinlii more limn HSI) 4-<ll and I''I''A l)oy;i anil (/Irl.'i Iron II cnunll™ urn nxpmMed Lo Kal.hei here Tuenday for I. in- Annual Norlh- wivilern Indlmia Oinlrlel .liiil^-ii.i- conli!»l. (JoiinlleM lo hi! reprenenU..^! will be r'nlliiii, I'lila.'ikl, Slnrk, Mm 1 - nlinll, HI. Jiumpli, fill I'ni'Ln, I'm 1 - l,nr, ami liiike, Jiulljlng conlciil. 1 -; will he on /nib Jiiolii of llvoHlock, dairy, pimlfry and eai/.-i, field croptj, l'ore»l. Ideal I flenllfin, iilymoloy, iifii'luiilliirnl •J. SECTION for lilrjli ajjoBcl ci/lllvallon of corn, bucins, v/httal and similar crops. Additional socilon tuny be easily ol- (•aclifld, cilvos ci"°d n>olslur«» savino-— $" Down saving mulch, Self-sharponlnci l»«lli. Scivo al Suars. TRACTOR SPRAYER REAR MOUNT BOOM TYPB $14500 $M.SO Down PHONE 4103 6-row sl-/«. Pump operates from powor Iciko off. Ad|usli> from 0 lo 25 Ibs, Adiustable noz/.lu sprraylncj. Swlnglna booins. Satlafcicllon guaranteed. 5TH AND NORTH Miirnh nl 1 I'lyiiiiiulli ban nppnliiliid I'eni Alliirney ll.leliaril llboailen lo rnprene.af liny Wm'ren, .'III, I'eni, !n hlii iniitliiii I'm 1 ii new trial, ItllniidiM wnu ni'ile.reil by Jiidiin Mai'iih lo in'e.Hnnl. Inielii In Mm nin- llmi by July. Warruii wan Inillcled liy Llm Ml- ninl eomily Kniiiil Jury mi » nlim'Hii of Hodomy on Nov. I), MlfiB, and wnu i-ilviin ii ;( lu 14 year ne.nluncn nl tint Nl.nl.fl pI'lHOIl ln.il. Deeolllber. Mil wan aeeiiHiiil by !il« iiinee, MlHM Kloi'ii Maxlim Darnel!, 24,: I'uru, of bolng Um I'lillmr of Imr; I'imr HIJIIH, llirnu 'if wliiim nhii iitningliHl al'Uir Iboy we.re born. Him la now aei'vlim H life /lenience, nl. Ulli Wllllliill'N I'I'lHOIl, Approve 2 Requests For Building Permits lliilldlim fJiiiiii'iL-isloiiiii' lloliorl llnek 'I'ue.-iday nppi'oviiil Iwo r«- inirniU lor liiillillnt; purmll.i, Karl Levy of KH) Wiwl Main sli'iid will riimoilnl lh« fi'onl porch nl. hltt niKlilencii fur $IW, Ki'ank l'aw|iialit plmui !» liwliill n ilriviiwuy foi' t»0 ill HIM J'li'lu UVOIIIK1. Personals Mr, fliifl Mrn, A, C, Hwnslclii. Wlll'HIIW, lirii lllll plll'HIllH Of H diiiiiihlur, born TiiOHdiiy nin in lint Murphy ho/ipHnI, Wnrnnw. Th« niolhnr U llm farmer Miiry Allen Murphy of BID Kimur S ally. Two I.ennin From each counly on each .subject may cmnpulit. Top wllinm'.i will (jo lo llm tilale jinlH- iiifj ciinU'.iiL.i Lo be hold 1/ilec In Ilie iiiiliimm 1 . Royal Center Car Damaged by Fire A 11)34 model swlmi driven by riiylllH l.'lml, ItoyiU duller, wmi dmiiageil when It cmiMlU. flri! from n lihm'l in the '.virlnt: nl. II o'clnek Mimilay nlijlil. nl Mm Junction, of I'miilii 'M anil 35 went, of life elly. Hpeclnl Depuly Hhurll 1 ! 1 Don Ar'ii- nl.niiU-: ln:lpe.il piwll Ihe car off Ilie mini mill loeal flrnmen exlln- inches: Isl. Chuck While of Mim- ele; 2nd Kusnn Wilsoii of f.oKan- s:iorl; 3rd Mnryie Oshiirn, Houle ]'. Wnllon; 4lh Mnry Hiinner, Kokomo; BHi liill Sl.ru, Loffinsporl; (lib l''red Linvnrk, Swny/.ee; 71li Mnry Ixm /elder. I.ogniisporl. Kqiiilnlion Weslern 14 to III yi's.: Isl Torn Cnmpliell of VI. Wayne; 2nd Gerry Slreu of I.oKimspnrl; Ili'd (J/irol V. Pncinol of Soiilli Hund; 4lb .Sandy Slrnwsmii of Ln- fayollo; 5Lh Bon Jefl'eries of Rockfield. One-fourth Mile Tlnn wider Saddle—1st Jimmy Joe, J,oMnnspnrl; 2nd Lurry Shipley, Marlon; ;ird Kenimlh Cllne, Sheridan; 4lh Chapman, Knox; 5th JX M. Montgomery, Kokomo. Ladles Wiwlei'ii Pleasure— Lst Carol V. I'aemel. So. Hend; 2n< Sn«li! Oren, Munelii; 3rd Hai'bani li'inl.on, LoKansporl; 4lh Klli-i'ii Iinnibiilli, Ijifnyi'lln; Slh Lynn Dlnmond, l.id'ayeltit. I'lirade IlnrHu, Noil Silver— I'd 1'iuilii Terrell, Akron; 2nd Judy Harnliarl, Orlandn, Fin.; :inl Jerry Slreu, l.oKaii.'iport; Illi Ii. .1. Mni'i'liiniMi), llrookKliin; hill Shlno Wllbuni. Delplil. Munleal (Jlinlr, Under 1(1 yrs.— I hi Oleli /.ieiiler, Tiploii; 2nd Don Jelli'i'leii, l,i)(.;iin>iporl; 3rd (Min.i. Speer, l.ouaiiHpoi'!.; 4lb llaek lUneklidKe, Kokomn; Illh l.ewai'li, Swny/.ee. Miin'ii W«»li>i'ii I'li-iimiro—Isl. I'liil-iene Norwood, Ijalayetle; '.'.fifl SI Sleyel, Sn. llend; ill'd Tom Campbell, I'M.. Wayne; 4lh Jim Kennedy, LafnyelUi; lilli Slip Howeri*, Kokomn. I'ole l!endlni!--liil Max Wilier, lliimin: 2nd Tom Unborn, lloule I, VVallnn; Ili'll llar.k l!lm:KIMi-:t;, ICnliopio; .Illi Slip Howe.i'n, Kolio- inn; filli "Hud Siillon, Tlpliin. DI/ipiM' llniM!--lul. Diek Itey- nold.'i, Honiin; anil Dirk '/le^ler, Tlplnn; Ih'il Ilarley l.ewai'k, Swnywm; 4i.b Slim Howoni, Kokomo; Kill Kimimlh Cllim, Slmrldnn, MiKileal Cluili 1 Hi and Ovei'--lnl Jiinieri I'll.cock, Alexandria; 2nd Karl Spencer, Alexandria; ilrd llnrliiy l.ownrk, Swny/ee; 4lll Slim Howei'ri, Kokomo; iilli H<ib li'mnk, liogiiiinpoi'l, llouln 4, Oiie-llnlf Mile under Siiildlii—Inl lilnrl Ci'iilKinlle, Aliixiiiuli'ln; 2nd .Ilinniy Jne, l.iiuan'ipiirl.; Ili'd », M. Monli^omery, Ketanim; 4lh I'ld Cliapman, Knox; litb Deny Ales- ondin, Denver, Speed and Action--1st. Tom OH- lioi'n, llnulc I, Wnllnn; 2nd Man Wlilur, Itoann; 3rd Max Wilier. Roaiin; 4!h •liiiiiini I'llcncli, Alex- alidi'ln; 5lb I'M Chapman, Knox, lialloon lliii'iilliig, KI and Over--I HI. Dieli /le.(.;liir, Tlplnn; 2nd John Kme.rlek, li'iilriii'nill; 3rd Don I'Mn- ton, l,n(.!aniipoi'l; 4lh l''ri/'/.y Wlne- giii'dni.11 1 , l.nKanxpoi'l.; Mb Jnmeii I'ilcnek, AloKiindrln. slate al .the church. Until Wit- will be con- 'ednesday al I'ATTKHSON Final riles lor Mrs. Mary Geneva I'liLlerson, 57, I'llinhnrsl, 111., will bi! i-onducled al 2 p.m. Wiv day nl I hi- Chase-Miller chapel wiib Ihu Hev. I' 1 . A. 1'fleiderer of- flclnlintt. Iliirinl will be made ii I be Keeps Creek renmlery. Kriend.' may cull nl llm clmpul. V.KMINKY Final riles I'or M. A. (Al! Ki-nr- imy, 7(1, Ullii W. Broadway, will be comlueled at. il a.m. Thursday nl Iho SI, Joseph church wilh Msur. M. D. l''oley officialini:. Burial will hi' Hindi! in Ml. Hope cemetery. Kriend. 1 : may eall al Ihe Krniwr funeral home alter noon Wrilnrii- day. Tim Kosary will lie rec-ilcd illiuru nl 7>l!i p.m. Weilniisdiiy. 11USAHI) l'"inal riles for Henry lliisnrd, liV, Illll H. Miami avenue, will be run- dueled al 1! p.m. Thursday al Ihr McCloskey II.million Bring $10,000 Suit To Local Court on Change of Venue The $10,000 damage suit of Lewis L. Massey, Kokomo, against Julia Hunt. Hussiiiville, route 2, which had been sehi'duK'd for jury trial in the lliiwnrd superior conrl at Kokomo lust month, has boon veil" ucd to Ilie Cass circuit court. Massoy asserts in bis complaint Iliat his oasi bound auto was struck adside by Hie Hunt car Juno Hi, lasl year, on stale road 'X, six miles eas! ol Uossiaville. He .stales Iiml. Mrs. limit, headed west, madi- a left turn ialii Ihe side nf his car in an ntlem]>l lo enter the drlvo* way of Ilie l.loyd Cupp orchard. When (he suil was filed at Kokomo last Nov. il was accompanied by another $15.«X) suit filed by ,N]i's. Ma.sscy, who was a passenger in her hush.mil's car al t!u> lime of (he wreck Bulli Mr. mid Mrs. Miissi'y were injured in Ihu wreck. Mrs. Rosa Belle Myers Succumbs in Hospital Mrs. Uoua Belle Myers. 75, ri'siil- iiiK nl IIIH) liacc street, died at 10:40 p.m. Monday al Ihe SI. Joseph hospital where -.he bad bi'en a palienl since May (i. Horn in lliiannke, Va.. on Jan. 2li, IIIII2, slii- was Ihe diiui;lih>r nf Harry and Julia (Mel/.i Mendu. Her huriliand, Hcrl, died ill l'.i.|;i. Tbc decearii'd was a member of MYKItS Kliuil rliii.'i fin 1 Mrs. Uosn llellc Mynni, VI), HUH Haer, will lie enn- diieled ill 2 p.m. 'I'liursiliiy nl the |,'|. 11( | (.'hn.'.e-.Mllldi 1 olijipel wilii llii* ll-v. M. I,. Itiiblnsnn nlTlrlalhiK. Hmtil will lie Hindi! Ill Kueli Creek eeiue lei'y. Krleiids may eall at Ihe t'lliipul iillni 1 '/ p.m. Tuesday, Anna Olmstcd, 81, Dies at Home of Son In Fulton County KIII/I'ON Mr:;. Anna M. .•iled, III, ilh-d al :!:!!, a.m. day tit Ihe home, of IUT .-ron, le.'i, Iwo anil one lialf of Kiillun, aller lltlli.'i. lliirii iieur Ve-vny In Swll/.er llinil counly nil I leeeiiiliiM 1 II, IHVIi ,'iho wan Ihe il!iit:-:li!iT ol Mnhlon mid Mary I,IM< l.iiMil/. niul moved In Kiillnn ill! yeai'.'i ii|.;u. i\ memliei 1 11! Hie Knlton H:i|ili;il elnii'eli, :.he ni:ininl Kl'/.a Dlnii.lei! on Drefinln'r 1:1. lll!):i. He |ire- lixl lier In lie.dli on Mareli :',:\, JIM?, Survivln:; hi iidililinn lo I1u« lion, Cluirleii, lire a ilimj/hler, Mm. l.tealrlee lleiuler-ilinl, ol Ch|. iiii; live iji'iiiiilelilldri-n anil HI:I (Jl'iiill uriiailelillili.'n; it 'n.'.'ler, Mrs. Ileus Mill;., nl llrliiinii; ami n lirolher, I'ldw.inl I.ee, »l Km 1 .- Italten. |i'i nil fitirvlei'!' will lie eon- durleil nl l::il> i>.m. 'I'lnii'riilav nl Ihu elnii'i'h wllh Hie Ili-v. W.illiam Knllh ollleiallnt: Inlennenl. will bii niaile In M'uMon e.-m.-lery. li'rlniulii mn.V eall nller '/ II.MI. 'I'aenilny lit Hl» Dllinli" liineri|l liome. SALE CALENDAR June: I!)—Fi'Ofl Cliimlnr J'uni! 21.—Lllllo Niiw'ur EsLatu Tiino aO—Froi.! Alien Entiilis Hiiiislinrl Hi, SOIIH PUB1IC SALE AH I havii iniweil Lo li'lorlrla, I will sell al public miellon at my rdiildenci! al al4 Tangliy Kl.rue.l', hnKamipni'l, Imllmm, ml Wednesday, June 19th, 1957 at 12:00 o'clock sharp HID following hoiiHalmld HIIOI|H; , I wlckor Inblo and lounge; niiilniuiiny a-llw (nl)lii; wicker rocker; wnlmit hall lahlu; bookciiwi; iievural flnor and lable liinuv 1 ! 2 'l"-'' Hvlnii room imllii; rockm 1 , drop leaf labln; nnu iax!2 1'iiu niul onfl l)icl!J 1'iiui wnviJi'iil Ihrow i'u««; drop luaf illiilna room table mid 4 filuilm; linfful; clilria isliimil; open bonk cane.; leliiplmne Hlool mid labln; kn«« hole denlt mid clialm; lliinve.r nw(.mp«r iiml alladimiinln; one baaHodt; 4-panlui 1 bud rind Kprlnifitj drnimiir; KHViirnl omull i'lu>li'«; Iron bed nnd Hpi'ln««; ilrommr riml mlrnir; clifiHl. »f ili'iiwdrii; mm H' Kiilviimior refrl«iirHlnr willi froiv/.lnfj cnmpnrtnieiil. and diifrosler; I'rospurlty (Jan rmmii; lireaUfiwl Mel. ami four (.'hairs; wnrlc Lnlilu; Minnll Htnp Imldur; eluetrlc wimhlnii maelilno; Iwn eiipbnaribi; elwlrlc clock; mid many ollim 1 lleiiw li«> nuiniii'ous U) iTimillon. FRED F. CHANDLER, Owner Auellmiiii!!'; Norman Teol Not I'liWlHinslljlu for acddontn' Siimvurs mil I'uiir n I; I\lr;>. Norman; Mrs. (ilailvs rernar, I.IIIIK Island Mr.s. Kililh MIU'CMIII, Waller, Nlles, Mich: I'mil, (Ireraliiwn; (ilenn, l.ali.'ville; ami lleriunn, Sonlh llenil; :!l Kraudrhlldi'cii, II |.;renl ni'anili-bil- dreii, a .M.'.lei 1 anil l\vo brolluM's, Mrs. Kinnu llaile.v anil William Memle, bull) of l.uKanspurl; ami llm'vey, Amm'illo, Texas. Krlenils may eall al llm ('hnsu- Mlller I'lmpel nl'ler V p.m. Tuesday. l''mal riles \\ill bn emiilurleil UUM'I) al ^ p.m. Tliursday wilh (lie Ifev. M. 1.. Kolilnsim iillli-l.illni: Iliirinl will he mink' In Koeli Cri't.'K eenui- I cry. Cloy Farm Group Meets Wednesday Wetlneriilny nl|{li| ill ll o'elnelt IIIIM been r.ehi'ilnleil lur (be next meelluK of Ilie I'lny lownsb!|i !''arm lliii'i-au, wbieli will be brhl In Ihu I'omiimnily liiiildini-:. Tile I'omimllee lor llm evening in eumpi'lr.eil ol Mr. ami Mrs, Tom (I'urrai'il, Mr. and Mrs. Hob Dawson, Mr. ami Mrs. Carl CmmliiK- hum and Mis. Juanilii Knimme.1. Tlmiio allemllnt', Hie im'ellnj 1 aril inked In Ininu pie and table m-i v- Instant Taste' is gone! ItOTAUIANS HKAIt AltDllT ,IAVA .In:.,-pi Ivlllr:, who wilh burn 111 ni'| nml reiirrd In Java, nxpliiln- •il co.'ilomii nl Ihe JavuncM' dillinu i iiieelbu: nl Ilie Ifoliiry club Mnn- lay. lie alno dlMplayed wnod earvbiK 1 !, make licndri, mul eoinbal wiMipoas. ['lull l.,iiil!lcn wni, intniiluced n;, it new Hotio'tnn, 6-Trans/s/or MOTOROLA' Pocket Radio 5 Instant Folgers Coffee NOW ONLY • liu,i>litc,ii (jlv. y.w uraut.r (Mtwui (in,I luitilllvlly... Uultaiy Ilia a t i to TOO l,oi,,.l • lluiiillo U ii niiullnii inilinna, M=lul r.iim rovei.il In wrlnk|». llnllh l.uiiJ nml Siowr, hiili.il M •Itillllol, sconits TV Bfjin Acu Hcirclwciro) 312 E, Mill, Phono 4700 w. f. Scon

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