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Logansport, Indiana
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Thursday, June 20, 1957
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Thursday Evening, June 20, 1957. 11. FOR SALE USED Crosley Shelvador refrigerator, 7 cu. ft., good condition and clean. Ph. 20315. COLORS: and softness are renewed in carpets cleaned with Blue Lustre foam. Flanegin Ace Hardware. GAS stove, 8 years old, window good condition. Phone oven, 56766. WESTINGHOUSE laundromat, 1% yrs. old., used very little. ?150. 710 Helm St. RECLINING chair. Maytag washer. See at 202V4 E. Miami. FURNISHINGS of 5 rooms for sale, less than a year old, leaving city. 108 Fourth St. GOOD 0x12 rug. 6 p.m. Phone 2222 after KITCHEN-MAID natural birch kitchens, custom fit to your space. On display at A. J. Schmidt Co., 415 Eighth. WHOLESALE. Refrigerators, ranges, air conditioners and televisions. Phone 40001. b. Miscellaneous USED 26" coal furnace. 1 oil furnace. Oil heater, oil water heater, oil conversion burner. Hiley's Heating & Air Conditioning. 1314 E. Broadway. Ph. 3437. AIR mattresses, $2.95 life preservers, $2.98; large Globe swim-fins, $1.95. Bargain Center. 11. FOR SALE SWEET . plants. Indiana. potatoes and McClain's at garden Mexico, f. Wearing Apparel SHOES AND HATS % PRICE SALE Thrift Shop, 411 E. Market h. Wanted to Buy WILL pay cash for small used upright or Spinet pianos. 3397. Phone WE buy men's good used clothing, shoes and hats. Perfect Cleaners, 324 • 4th. Phone 3610. 12. GOOD THINGS TO EAT b. Fruits, Vegetables ICE cold watermelon, wholesale or retail; seed potatoes; bananas and berries. Sam Berkshire, 425 Cicott. Open evenings. 13. REAL ESTATE a. Houses GAS stove, after 630. Call Sunday evenings j 706 W. Broadway. MOBILE HOME SHOW Roy Powers Trailer Sales, 2300 North Washington, Kokomo, Friday. Saturday and Sunday, June 21, 22 and 23. GIFTS, prizes and bargains galore. GAS range, 4 burners and oven, Norge, good condition, $35. Ph. 3252. ANTIQUE buyers, I have an old Soth Thomas weight, clock over ona hundred years old. Mpke me an offer. Box A-318, this newspaper. FULLER brush cosmetics, chemicals, insecticide and repellents. Ph. 8329 for service from your local dealer in Cass county. BETTER grade used lumber, any dimension. Fred Layer, Royal Center. GASOLINE concrete mixer with hopper, pull anywhere. Phone GR-35286, Peru. FOR SALE by owner, 5 acres of river frontage on the Tippecanoe river near Winamac. Write Box A-311, this newspaper. SEE THESE BEAUTIFUL 10W1DES atBAIRD MOBILE HOMES 43-ft. Anderson 4G-ft. Pacemaker 42-ft. Champion 50-ft. Detroiter 42-ft.' Schult 43-tt. Great Lakes 48-ft. Skyline 47-ft. Clear 8-ft. Wide Priced from $1,395 and up One, two and three bedrooms with over 40 new and used mobile homes. WE TRADE FOR USED TRAILERS AND FURNITURE Before Buying, See BAIRD'S 2 miles south of Peru on US 31 Phone Peru GRidlcy 3-91)01) BEDROOM suite, 2 extra beds, Siegler oil healer. Phi 6915. FOR SALE: Used refrigerators $35 up. General Supply Co. Phone 40001. HOUSETHAILERS This is no special, but everyday prices. S500 to $1500 off on all new trailers. Anoka Trailer Sales, 4 miles S. E. of Logansport on 35. $500 Down Buys this five room semi-modern located Wright srteet, nice >ath, newly sided, newly roofed, immediate possession. 13. REAL ESTATE $750 Down Buys this older type semi-modern on Bartlett street. Only S4,- 500 total price. Move right in. $1,000 Down Buys this six room single story well located George street. Modern except furnace. $1,000 Down For this 3 apt. property. Well :ocated East Bdwy. Live down and rent 2 apis, for $125 mo. This one will pay for itself. ,500 Down slory all modern three bedroom. Hdwd. floors, 1V4 baths. Full basement, gas heat, W. Linden Ave. $2,000 Down Conventional built small 3 bedroom on Stadium Drive. At- Iraclive thruout, fenced in rear yard, garage. Immediate possession. $2,000 Down Three bedroom National home located Sunset Drive, ^neat and Irim, cozy and comfy; Assume 5 per cent morlgage. $2,000 Down for this extra nice sq. type 3 bedroom, real sharp all over, gas furnace, recreation room garage. Close to schools and shopping. Immediate possession. We have many others! Let's hear from you DaleW.McNIutt YOUR REALTOR Phone 2928 Eve. 2-1767 PLAY SAND, Black Dirt.. Phone 40173. FIO'RR'EE & SMITH Mobile Home Sales, Akron, Ind., Ph. TW-3-3285 or TW-3-2075. V* mi. S. Akron. HOUSETRAILERS and accessories Buy, sell or trade. 2 mi. N. W. on U. S. 35. Maple Springs. ON A QUIET paved St. north just out cily limits is a new 3- bdr. brick front with colored bath, Youngstown Sleel kit. with range, hclwd. firs, wardrobe closets, and finished yd. Priced for quick saie at $13500. IT'S UNUSUAL bul we have 3 oulslandint; buys in 3 bdr. good homes under $8000. MERRILL WILSON, Realtor Mrs. Alma Hill, Salesman 300 North St. Phone 3798 Eves Ph. 7277 or 9124 Good News for Contract Buyers We have a very good selection of homes and income properties for sale, which can be bought on land contract. No matter what you need, we feel sure that we can fill your requirements. Why don't you give us a ring and let us prove it to you. Otto Hilbert REALTOR 1436 Clifton Ave. Phone 2684 c. Farms 80 acres near Flora. Choice farm, choice location. John H. Flora Realtor. Flora Phone 59. 13. REAL ESTATE 65 Acre Bethlehem Twp. farm. 60 A. tillable with 16 A. of oats and 35 A. corn to go to buyer. 4-room dwelling, good 50x70 barn plus other buildings. Will consider trade or land contract. Otto Hilbert REALTOR 1436 Clifton Ave. Phone 2684 Short Illness Fatal. To Monticello Lady At Nursing Home MONTIOELLO — Mrs. Dorothy Simmonsi 87, of 225 South First street, passed away Wednesday night at the Monticello Nursing Home, after a three-week illness. Born in Spencer, Tenn., on May 7, 1870, she was the daughter of Lewis and Rachael Stipes Schock- FOR SALE—184 acres stock and grain farm in Carroll county. Price to sale inquire Rockfield Elevator or write P. 0. Box 402, Rockfield, Ind. Within driving distance of Monticello or Logansport. ACRE farm near Grass Creek. Nab Escapee At Lafayette DELPHI — Paul Cook 35, of Delphi, a patient at Logansport State Hospital who fled the institution sometime Wednesday afternoon, was apprehended by Lafayette police in that city about midnight Wednesday. According to his wife,' Cook re- ley. The deceased has resided in.turned to his residence in Delphi Monticello since 1919 and attended j following his escape from ttic nos- il " ""--'-"- -I--—-- j pital _ He then is re ported to have persuaded Mrs. Cook to ride with S20.000. Lloyd Jefferies, Realtor i Hev _ D the Christian church. Her marriage on December 1, 1887 was to Joseph Simmons, who died on February 22,. 1917. Survivors are: three daughters, Mrs. Charles Measles, Sri, of route 6, Logansport; Mrs. Joe Vaughan, of route 2, Flora; and Mirs. Leonard -Austin, of -Kokomo; three sons, Parker, of route 1, Monticello; Leis, of Logansport; and Frank, of Lafayette; 14 grandchildren, 17 great grandchildren and one great great grandchild; a sister, Mrs. Elizabeth Denny, of Spencer; and a brother, George, also of Sper.cer. Funeral services will be conducted at 1:30 p.m. Saturday at the Miller funeral home with the Ni]es off ; ciai:in g. - .. _ s :n . 403 East 13th. Rochester, Dial | Burial will be made in the - Hickol . y CA-36111. 100 ACRES. 30 day possession, with 6 rm frame house, water, elect, barn 20x40, several small outbldgs, 49 tillable acres, bal excellent pasture and woods. 9 acres in corn. Fences fair. Located in Jefferson twp. $4500 down, bal ?500 a year. MODERN 7 RM conveniently located to factories, 3 rm down, 4 bedrms and bath up, basement, good furance and water heater, full lot, garage. This home in good repair. Price $7000. MODERN 5 RM and bath, Columbia school dis, priced lo sell. MODERN 9 RM, 2 fireplaces, hrwd floors, new oil furnace and water heater, full lot, double garage. $2500 down bal monthly. ATTENTION ANGLERS, attractive modern 4- rm and bath, glassed-in porch, attached garage, year around lake cottage, Nyona. Priced lo sell. BLDG. LOT 140x300. septic tank and tiling installed, also transformer for lights.' Pr. $1100. Noble twp. BOB AYERS, Realtor Phone 4326 16 W. Linden Ave. d. Lake Cottages NICE 2-bedroom lake front, furnished cottage, gas heat, bath, new pier, tool shed, newly screened porch, boat. GL-7-2235, Kokomo. Arrest Driver After North Side Accident Clarence Boatman, 78, of Fifteenth streol, was slated 421 for failure to yield the right of way, him in the family auto to a friend's home for a visit. At the second house, Cook attempted to force his wife to agree to go with him to Chicago, from which city he planned to journey to his former home in Glassford, Illinois. When she refused, Cook struck her, the wife said. Tile ailing man then left Delphi by auto. When he was picked up in Lafayette, it was apparent that he was heading for the Illinois town. Upon notification by the Lafayette authorities who held Cook, Deputy John Mi'.ler of Delphi, accompanied by Delphi 'police officer Byron Goyer, accepted custody of the man, and returned him Logansport, Indiana, Pharos-Tribune Nineteen Deaths and Funerals KEARNEY Funeral services for M. A. (Al) Kearney, '79, were conducted Thursday morning at St. Joseph's church with the Kroeger mortuary in charge. Burial was made in Mt. Hope cemetery. BUSARD Funeral services for Henry Busard, 67, were conducted Thursday afternoon at the McCloskey-Hamilton chapel. Burial was made in Mt. Hope cemetery. MYERS Funeral services for Mrs Rosa Myers, 75, were conducted Thursday afternoon at the Chase-Miller chapel Burial was made in Rock Creek .cemetery POWERS Final rites for John F (Dick) Powers, 73, 1317 Smead, will be conducted at 9 a.m. Saturday at St. iFriday noon. Revokes Letters Of Administration Letters of administration in the estate of James C. Stuart, issued March 4 to Attorney R. C. Hillis of this city,' were revoked Wednesday by' Judge Merlon Stanley in the Howard circuit court on the grounds that the estate already had been administered. Stuart was the father of Tressle 4-H Economic Contest Won By Jane Price Bethlehem Townhip 4-H club Member Will Compete in District Contest At Frankfort Jane Price, of the Nip and Tuck 4-H Home Economics club in Bethlehem township, won top honors in the annual demonstration contest Wednesday at the Washington township school. Miss Price won the contest with her demonstration of "The Smart Way to Iron a Shirt" and is eligible to compete in the district contest at Frankfort on July 17. Linda Shawver of Deer Creek township won second place .and alternate honors with her demonstration of "The Battle of the Bulges." The two top winners received A ratings, according to Miss Ethel Vincent's church with Msgr. John Nice, county home demonstration following an accident Thursday stuart of Russiavlllc, whose large fire protec'ion noon at Sixth and East Linden estate is involved in much litiga- avenue. ...-_. Boatman's vehicle was involved in a collision with an automobile driven by Carl T. Zimmer, 51, of Warsaw. Zimmer was headed east on Linden and Boatman was attempting -a left turn off Michigan avenue onto Sixth street. Board Okehs Plans For Traffic Survey A proposed traffic survey to be conducted by the state highway planning division received the approval of the board of works Wednesday. Logansport Is one of two cities of its class in Indiana on this project, according to John Messman, highway department representative. Bids on a fire truck for rural were ordered by the board. They will be opened at P, Scha'.l officiating. Burial will be made in St. Vincent's cemetery. Friends may call at the Kroeger funeral home where the Eagles will conduct rites at 7:15 p.m. Friday and the Rosary will be recited at 7:30 p.m. Pass Public Works Bill WASHINGTON (UP)—The House has passed an $814,813,023 public! works bill containing funds for 285 rivers, harbors, flood control and reclamation projects. The appropriation—passed by a voice vote Wednesday and sent lo .he Senate—was $61,638,977 less Jian President Eisenhower asked. '.ion in Kokomo. The lather died in 1941. Attorneys representing Hillis did not have an apportunity to tell the court Wednesday what their purpose wa.s in having the James Stuart estate reopened. Their attempts to question several witnesses, including two county of-i _ _. ficials, were blocked by objections! By City Court Judge of representatives of the inherit-' 'Judge Harold Tuberty assessed the July 3 meeting. Plans for the final contract on the city light plant expansion- wiring and meters in the main building — were examined, Bids may be .asked.in July. Collision Results In Suit for $200 An auto collision on Market street in '.his city on August 7, last year, is the basis of a darn- age suit filed in the local justice court by S. C. Jdhnson and Son, Inc., of Racine, Wis., against Dee Courtney Ellis.' The complaint slates that the r.onth. half of the street was bar ricaded at the lime. The plaintiff's agent, Donald Gene Bon- 2-BEDROOM 'modern home, full basement, hot water heat, garage, lovely location. Ph. 7277. c. Musical Instruments UPRIGHT piano, good condition. .115 W. Linden Avc. • | 2 BEDROOM mo dern home, with USED" Spinet, 7 months old. Ivcrsj garage. Call after 5 p.m., 4439. & Pond Pianos, 834 W. Miami Ave. GIBSON electric guitar with alligator case, like new. Ph. 8979.^ NO othor instrument can equal the WURLITZER Electronic Piano FOR SALE EIGHT ROOM house, 5 down, 3 up. Good income properly. S135 per month, 723 Wheatland Ave. Price $10,500. FOUR BEDROOM house with full bath down, oil heat, 007 W. Broadway. Price $10,000, Vacant lot on Northside. Price $800.00. Vacant lot on Westside. Price $700.00. Veronica Kroeger Estate Harold J. Tuberty, Any. Phones 4749 or 3631 ance lax division of the State Department of Revenue. Letters of administration in the Tressie Stuart estate, which had been issued to Attorney Floyd Harper of Tiplon, also were revoked recently when Judge Gerald Rybolt ruled that Harper and the 10 persons he represented were not next of kin of the deceased. SALE CALENDAR Tune 21—Lillie Newer Estate Weddington June 22—Mrs. Rose Colvin .Binehart & Sons June 29—Fred Allen Estate Rinehart & Sons agcnl. B class honors in the senior division went to Barbara Ross of Jefferson Tp. Willing Workers on i "Swedish Tea Ring"; to Kay iailors of Clinton Clymercltes -on 'Cook the Modern Way"; to Crysal Smith of Jefferson township on "Harvest Casserole" and to Patricia Crump of Eel Tp. Logan Schmoos on "Cream Cheese Winners With Winning Ways." C class honors of the seniors went to Carolyn Conn of Clinton Clymerelles on "Five Stops to a Good Zipper" and to Janet Willis of Washington Workers on "Save That Headache." Junior Division In the junior class division, first place was taken by Sharon Balsbaugh of Miami Maids on "Think Before You Buy" and second place ~ - , I'M 1 • jUtlUlW -t- VU »JUY (JIIU .1^1-UJIVI UJlll.13 nell was headed west m the plain- W(!nt Io p at | Pickcns ot Bcthlc . I iff 'n 1ftK>1 niifi-i nnA 4hn rlftfftTirtam!., -_. ... fines to three defendants during Thursday morning's cily court session. Robert C. Michael, of 424 Cul- berLson street, wa-s fined $5 and 14.73 costs on a charge oi' reckless driving. Arraigned for disregarding a stop sign, Reuben J. Jones, of route G, Logansport, paid $1 and $14.75 costs. There was one case of public intoxication. tiff's 1954 auto and the defendant was eiu'oule east in a 1953 car when the defendant's vehicle collided with the plaintiff's car, which had stopped, according to the complaint. Charging that the accident wa.s due to the negligence of Hie defendant, the plaintiff asks $200 for damage to the car. The suit was filed through the law firm of Miller, Babcock and Tolbcrt. Read the Classified Ads WILL ERECT HOME hem Nip and Tuck club on "Angel Food Delight." Both received an A rating. B class honors .of the juniors went to Pally Grise of Yankee Maidens on "Variety in Biscuits"* Jane Justice of Clinton Clymerellos on "Tossed Salad"; 'Joyce Wolley of Deer Creole Yankee Maidens on "Fancy Cookies"; Mary Ann Crco and Beverly Jean Crcc of Jackson, on "Pranut Duller Cookies"; Susan Corcoran of Nip and Tuck club on "Primary Sewing"; A new $20,000 residence will be j Maureen McKaig of Noble Tp. on erected by Russell Palmer in the!"Collage Cheese Salads"; Kay Rolling Ridge addition east of Da- Herd of Harrison Hustlers on "Vac- vis bridge road, according to a,uum Cleaner Care"; Jill Bowman permit issued by the building commissioner. Another permit was granted to raze the former Eagles hall on Sixth street. The city will lease the ground for parking space. BE THE BENEFICIARY of a result-getting Classified Ad. Dial 4141 to order. for amazing versatility. It carries like a suitcase. See it at Myerant House of Music, 528 East Broadway. AT STRANGE MUSIC HOUSE New Player Pianos and Rolls New and Used Spinet Pianos Tlie new amazing Lowrey Organ The small electric Estey Organ Priced at only $350. STRANGE MUSIC HOUSE at Marocco's, 521 E.'Broadway 4 BEDROOM home, large living room, fireplace, wall-to-wall car. poling, dining room, built-ins^ garbage disposal, large Jalousie porch, knotty pine recreation room, hardwood floors, gas heat. Call 21048. >25 Parkway Drive, 3 blocks from Daniel Webster school. 3 bedrooms, ample storage, large corner lot, extras, $14,500. Phone 21461. HOUSE for Sale. 81.0 Helm Street. See owner 1120 Helm St. FOR SALE 5-room house with oil heat ana built-ins. 515 mh St. Price $6,600. Immediate possession. H. Tuberty, Ally. Phones 4749 or 3G31. WE NEED CLEAN 1948-49-50-51-52-53-54-55 FORDS ono CHEYROLETS TO BE TRADE-INS ON NEW FORDS of Miami Maids on "Accurate Measuring." C ratings went to Belly Lacey of Clinlon Tp. on "Punch For A Party'" Carolyn Sowers of Clay Tp. on "Oatmeal Cookies"; Jean Goodrich of Boone Tp. on "A Summer Snack"; Sue Fickle of Boonc Tp. on "Baking Powder Biscuits"; Linda Bowles of Clay Tp. on "Wacky Cake"; Carol Chumney of Washington Workers on "Cookie Mix"; Bonnie Wilson of Tiplon Do or Die on "Strawberry Crown"; Diana Douglas of Tiplon Do or Die on "Sunny Fruit Salad"; Janot Julian of Eel Jr. Homemakers on "Tools For Sewing"'; Janet Snyder of Eel Jr. Homemakers on "Washing Dishes"; Donna March of Noble Sun Maidens on "Peanut Jumbles, cookies"; Nikki Frcy of Tiplon Happy Hoosicrs on "Help j ot Printed Pattern for the Beginner";. Judy Wolf of Kd Green Clover Scbmoos on "Chocolate Chip Cookies." Producers Stockyards 190 to 2.11) No. 1 19.33 1110 to 210 19.:t. r ) 210 lo 2:)0 19.00 230 lo 250 111.25 250 10 270 18.00 270 to 300 17.75 Sows 16.25 down Sows lo 300 15.75 down Boars 7.00-10.00 Stags 7.00-1000 6-KOOM house, West Broadway, new basement and foundation, very nice. By owner. Ph. 4989 or 50695. d. Poultry, Eggs, Baby Chix BABY ducks, turkeys and chicks. Some started chicks. King's Hatchery. GUi and North. 370 3-week Hi-Line pullets. Hizer Hatchery, Grass Creek. e. Seeds, Plants LAWN weed killer, rose food and dust with Captan and 45% Chlordane at Kasch's Feed & Pet Supplies, 524 E. Market. FOR SALE House lo be torn clown and removed from lot. Reasonable. STRECKER-BROWN AGENCY Phone 4303 TRADE, BUY OR SELL Come see what we have! 2 new homes. 1 .Meadow View, 1 Pleasant Grove addition. Both 3 bedroom. 1 full basement. You call for appointment. We can finance. We have lots of other lower priced homes. 1 extra good farm south of town. Come list your real estate. We sell 'em. John Smith at Tidrick Agency, South Fourth St. Ph. 4524 or 4229. OWNER leaving state, 4 bedroom modern house, lots of extras, priced right. Ph. 50128. FOR SALE-Nice house, no bath, 3 . be droom U. S. Steel Homes large lot, 858 Garficld. Price $4,200. Also modern small home on contract. Ph. 50425 before 1 p.m. OWNER transferred, must sell duplex, 3 bedrooms each, renting $65 a month. Take over contract. Phone 2351. NEW home and garage, FHA terms. Walton 3915. available on V. A. loans at down. Dial 2397. NEW 4f-room house with gas fur- race. 511 13th Street. b. Lots LOT for sale, cash or contract. Ph. G929. 25% DOWN 36 Months to Pay ALL NEW FORD TRUCKS IN STOCK! $ 500 DISCOUNT UNTIL JUNE 30th DRIVE IN TODAY! FOR THE BEST DEAL YOU'LL FIND ANYWHERE! HOPE-LUXEM CO., INC. Hawkins Stockyards Meat Typo ADuvo Quotations 190 lo 210 1H.10 2<0 to 230 18.H5 230 lo 250 18.40 250 lo 270 JS.IIO 270 lo 300 17.f>(( Sows 16.50 down Boars H.OO down Stags 10.00 down Veal 19.00 Third Street Market Veals 18 Lambs 16 Veal Hides 12 i?rc.f hides 0416 Eggs .25 Wayno's Produce Leghorn Hens 11 Heavy .Hens 13 Popcjoy Dressing Plant Heavy Hens 13 Leghorn Hens II FURNITURE LOANS LINCOLN FINANCE COMPANY Marie Smnh, Mfr. MIOM 31*5 PERSONAL LOANS BUILDING sites, any size, electricity, gas. Cash or contract. 7398. ] » 708 Burlington Ave. "Your Friendly Volume Ford Dealer' Phone 3178 TOWN FINANCE CO. Ov»r BaxUry's Market 410'/i i. Broadway lOGANSr-ORT, INU. Ph»n* 3752 CASH FOR YOU

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