Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on November 3, 1957 · Page 28
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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 28

Logansport, Indiana
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Sunday, November 3, 1957
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ni tf or LOGANSPORT PUBLIC LIBRARY FACE TWENTY-EIGHT THE PHAROS-TRIBUNE and LOGANSPORT PRESS, LOGANSPORT, INDIANA SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 3, 193T Open House At Museum For its November Open House the Cass County Historical Society announces a display of Pressed Glass from the collection of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Schull. The exhibit covers a wide variety of patterns in many different articles, and in several types of glass. For instance, there is a bread plate in ribbon glass; a honey dish in a type unknown to this writer; Dessert dishes that resemble sleighs; cup dishes, used when it was the style to drink tea or coffee from the saucer, and, to avoid soiling the table linen, the cup was placed on one of these little dishes while one drank from the saucer. The society invites the public to view this exhibit this afternoon between the hours of 1 and 5, at the Museum at 1100 East Broadway. The display will remain on exhibition during the rest of the month, Tuesday, through Saturday, except Thanksgiving Day. In Loving Memory of John W. Stradley who passed away three years ago today, Nov. 3, 1954. Love and faith are renewed in remembering. Stradley Family. LAYAWAY NOW —AT— The largetr Sporting Goods and Toy Storo in Logansport SPORTLAND 515 Broadway Phone 2310 BARGAINS IN COLD WAVES Lanolin OH Permanent! Including Hair Cut FOX ONUT Hour* 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. No Appointmtnt Neasiary LOGANSPORT BEAUTY SHOP CltMd AR Day W.dne»oay 5th and Broadway OVIR BAILEY'S Police Run Timer, But Get Most for Another Violation Police operated the electric timer on Michigan avenue for a couple of hour.5 yesterday afternoon, and made five arrests, three of them for passing on a double yellow line. The other two were for speeding. Arrests were: Okal Voorheos, Mishawaka, paid $19.75 for crossing- the line; Ray Carbiener, route 2, Plymouth, $19.75 for same offense; Jim Willis, McKinney, Texas, $24.75, doing 45 miles an hour; Lewis E. Miller, route 4, charged with crossing the line; Nina Ballard, route 4, doing 44 miles an hour. In the meantime, Elmer Tarn, Burnettsville, was charged by Trooper Wagenknecht with passing on a hill at Lake Cicott. DRIVER FINED Kenneth Knebel, 17, route 1 Royal Center, was fined $5 and costs in justice of the peace court here Saturday for reckless driving. He was arrested Thurs day by Royal Cetner Town Marshal Robert Herrick. MOVING SERVICE BECK'S TRANSFER PHONL3539 Your Best Buy! COBRA-MATIC RECORD CHANGER ON NEW-1958 ® HIGH FIDELITY gives you more music from all your records Th« Mozart Model HF 20R—High Fidelity Console. Pine quality wood cabinet in grained 01 Q 95 Only 20.00 dpwn, 9.50 per month Mahogany color. MATCHED COMPONENTS... BALANCED TO ZENITH PERFECTION New 4-S peed Cobra-Malic® Record Chftnoer Automatically plays 16?^, 33K. 45, 78 rpm. Plays twelve 10', ten 12', fourteen 7' records automatically. With automatic shut off- automatic same speed record intermix.- World-Famous Faatherlight Cobra'" Ton* Arm—scientifically designed to permit needle to "float" in .grooves. 1 mil diamond, 3 mil manufactured sapphire tips. Hloh Lateral Compliance...only needle moves from side to side in grooves for more faithful sound reproduction. Dual Needle Cartridge...turn over cartridge to change from 1 to 3 mil stylus. Barium titanate cartridge has minimum distortion. 4 "Ton* Balanced" Speakers...two 12" woofers, 2 electrostatic tweeters with response 40 to 15,000 CPS. SEE-HEAR...A NEW MAGNIFICENCE IN HIGH FIDELITY , "THE STORE THAT SEIWJCEBU11T" M7 fast Market Phone 3300 Library's Party Set ForNov.16 On Saturday, November 16, two shows will be given for diploma winners at the State Theatre. Only those who completed their mem' bership in the Logansport-Cass County Library Reading Club will be eligible to attend. They will receive tickets within the next two weeks. The thirty-sixth annual Summer Reading Club, sponsored by the Logansport-Cass County Library closed on September 7. The librarians have just 'finished writing ,2,842 diplomas. There were 2,252 boys and girls awarded diplomas, 1,606 of these in the city and 646 in the county; 1,043 gold stars were placed on pupils diplomas, 778 city and 265 county. Also 490 blue, stars were placed OR pupils diplomas, 420 in the city and 70 in the county. Of the adults, 589 won diplomas by reading at least three nonfiction books. There were 393 completing in the city and 196 in the county. Of these 304 adults read six non-fiction books for a gold star, 218 city and 86 county. 119 adults read nine non-fiction for a blue star. Of the 2,842 diplomas to be awarded there are 2,000 in the city and 8.42 in the county. "stT Bridget School won the pennant for the largest percentage of their enrollment reading in the city—61%, while in the county Lucerne won the pennant ^for the highest percentage—47%* Daniel Webster School won the pennant in the city for the most points— 479, and Washington Twp. won in the county with 193 points. These schools lead all other schools in the city and county in reading. In the city alone .34,942 books were reported as read during the Summer Reading program—32,628 juvenile and 2,314 adults. There were 598 pupils started reading and failed to complete the reqrired number of books, and 36 adults failed to report on three non-fiction. Shackelford Sent To Farm Rosco Shackelford, 18, of 303 Western Avenue, was committed to the state'penal farm, Putnamville, after he pleaded guilty to four charges in justice court. Charges were: Improper passing, improper registration, no operator's license, and violating written promise to appear in justice court on Oct. 1/1. He was slated on the first three :harges on Oct. 6 by Dick Keyes, RESTYLE THAT OLD FUR! CALL US: Logan Fur Service 521 High Phone 3632 Prepare for Cold Weather Ahead Extruded Aluminum Combination TRIPLE TRACK TfLT WINDOWS None Finer ~ Price or Quality Expert Installation Phone 3666 Free Estimates Just North on Road 17 A Child's Prayer MICHAEL SURFACE "I am lucky to have a Saint like you. I need your help, Saint Michael. I love my Lord, but I don't love him enough, so please help me, Saint Michael, to love him more and more each day. Pray for my mother and father, pray for my relatives, teachers and friends. Ask Blessed Mother to pray for me and give me grace to do good and not to sin. Amen." Michael Eugene Surface, 12, is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Surface, 1200 George street. state trooper. Shaokelford, who at first denied his identity, was taken into custody Friday by Larry Wagenknecht, state trooper. Fines totaled $81.25, and when Shackleford was unable to pay he was committed to the state farm for 81 and one-fourth days. His fines were: Improper passing, $10 and costs and right to obtain a license suspended for six months; improper registration, $10 and costs; no license, $10 and costs; and violating, written promise. $5 and costs. ,In other justice court action yesterday, Kenneth Knebel, 17, of route 1, Royal Center, was fined $5 and costs charged with reckless driving. He was slated by Robert Herridk, Royal Center town marshal. Frank Bates, 20, of Onward, w-as fined $1 and costs charged with speeding by Trooper Keyes on Oct. 26. MOODY'S RUG CLEANING iruaranteed and Insured—Ph. 7716 FREE ESTIMATES ON SJDfNG-Ait KINDS Aluminum—Asbestos—Insulated ROSS REID ROOFING CO. 217 . 5th St. ' Phon« 3388 Andrews Rites On Monday Funeral' services for James J. Andrews, 65, who. died Friday when he fell 100 feet from a scaffold on the St. Charles Catholis church in Peru, will be at 1:30 p.m. Monday at the Chase-Miller chapel, . -with the Rev. Harry Hashberger officiating. Andrews,, a well known Logansport steeplejack, was descending from a scaffold after painting windows at the church, :when the r.ope supporting- him .twisted off a hook, plunging him to the ground 100 feet below. He was killed instantly. His body fell 40 feet and hit a cornice of the church, then fell 60 feet to the sidewalk. A co-worker, Hancel Wright, of 816 Broadway, witnessed, the accident. Wright had gone to Peru to take Andrews home after work, and was waiting for .Mm to finish the job when the accident happened. Andrews, who lived in "White City," east of Eighteenth street on-the south side of. the Wabash river, suffered two broken legs in a fall'from a tree several years ago. He had worked 6n a number of Logansport church steeples and EUNICE BEAUTY SALON Tints and Bleaches—Phone 2392 TODAY Sunday — Ndv. 3rd ROAST CAPON SWISS STEAK Dykeman's Restaurant U.S. Highway 24 at W.. Broadway had done similar perilous jobs for many years. Born Dec. 31, 1891 in Miami co,unty, he was the son of George and Mary (Whitcomb) Andrews. His first marriage was in 1914 to Doris May Groninger and in 1945 he was married to Bessie Sullivan, who died in 1954. Surviving are two daughters, Mrs. John Scott, route 3, Logaas- poii, Mrs. Norman Barbour, Logansport;: a son, James Edgar ; Andrews, Logansport;- two brothers, George, of- Griffith, and Harry, of Burnettsville; six sisters, Mrs. Dale Boyer, Mrs. Celia Smith, Mrs. Raymond Parmeter, all of Logansport; Mrs. Walter Helvie, Lake -Cicott; Mrs. Bertha Powell, Detroit; one. step-daughter, Mrs. Annabelle Morgan, Logansport; and ten grandchildren. 1 PATIENT TRANSFERRED Louis Galbreath was transferred from a Logansport hospital, to the Veterans Hospital at Indianapolis by the 'Fisher ambulance. His address is Ward 3 West, Room A-363, 1481 W. 10th, Indianapolis. No other .country in Europe has had so long an unbroken rule by its ! own people as the country of Denmark. 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Card of Thanks We wish to thank our friends, relatives, the Grass Creek school, Rev. Overmyer, the flower girLj and pallbearers for the kindness and sympathy shown us in the death of our daughter and sister, Judy. —Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Fred, brothers and sisters. (UPHOLSTERING* currom «- FURniTURE 2018 North Strwl Phone 4789 The Season's Newest Flavor APPLE STRUDEL ICECREAM Now at Your Pealers Watts Ice Cream Go. 113 Fifth St. "Say It With a Brick' Phone 4504 FLORY'S FAMOUS FRESH CIDER AND TASTY APPlES Have Fresh Cider for Christmas HoHdays-toeeze It. 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In Appreciation "Across the Miles Neighbors Couple ta Couple To Both of You From Both Of Us Our House to Your House To All of You From All of Us Your First Christmas Together Juvenile Baby's First Christmas Anniversary Although We're Apart and for many other Special Occasions including the cutest Juvenile cards we have ever had. PERSONAL BOX ASSORTMENTS 30 DfPflSR'ENT ASSORTMENTS 59c,79c, 89c, $1.00, $1.50 $1.98, $2.50 CELLOPHANE PACKS 12 Cards 29c & 49c The Cleverest Line of Gift Wrappings You-Have-Ever Seen Wrapping Paper—Seals—Tags Enclosure and All Colors of Ribbon IMPRINTED CARDS ATI • V Books To Choose From 50 *,*! $1-50 for 95 Up tO MmtS Everything You look For in Christmas Cards You Will Find in Our Selection—"Buy Your Christmas Cards Now While Our Stock Js Complete" $1075 19 TIMBERLAKE S GIFT SHOP Open Friday t Saturday Til 9:00 p.m. "YOUR CHRISTMAS CARD HEADQUARTERS" Dpen ; Friday & Saturday Til 9:00 p.m. LOGANSPORT PUBLIC LIBRARY

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