Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on December 22, 1957 · Page 98
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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 98

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PACE FOURTEEN THE PHAROS-TKIBUNE and LOGANSPORT PRESS, LOGANSPORT, INDIANA SUNDAY. DECEMBER M, UOI In Loving Memory Of Esther Stingely—l year has jassed since that sad day when one we loved was called away Sadly missed, Verl, Ruth and John WHITMAN'S Famous SAMPLER CANDY The World's Biggest Candy Seller— So Fine — So Famous So Sure to Pleas* $2 box . TIMBERLAKE'S Dr/'ver Fined On 3 Counts After Wreck Two Dersons were fined in city court Saturday morning. . Estel Whitehead, 117 Seventh street, was fined on .three counts after his arrest stemmin-g'from an accident on Sixth street Oct. 29. He was fined S25 and costs for driving while under the influence of intoxicants, $1 and costs for driving without an operator's license, and $55 and costs for reckless driving. Edward Baker, 8 Pollard street, Logansport, was fined $5 and costs for speeding. Read the Classified Ads APPLES for the HOLIDAYS Delicious $2.25 Bushel Staymen Winesap $3.00 Bushel Rome Beauty $3.00 Bushel JASPER FLORY & SON DICK PLORY, Mgr. East on High Street Road Chip-pr*ef * Atwirfi a smooH s*rfac« to protect THE NEW 1958 SPEED QUEEN DRYER MI-LO-OFF H»at Control Quirt Rvrnimg Fast Drying Drum steps wh*n door op*m. fcv-A-Door Imt Trap O*rmicida] Lamp Interior Floodlight Foot-Operated Door ^Restart button out of children's r*ach. Have ft delivered just before Christmas with nothing down and 18 months to pay. THE ROYAL f Alt Gas Models $269.95 Electric Models AvoiJcble $139.95 to $219.95 DAVID'S 516»18 C. Broadway Phone 3167 Chronicle Printing Co. QUALITY PRINTING is NOT EXPENSIVE COMING TO LOGAN CHRISTMAS DAY t*' n«&:W ^m School 9:30. Worship service 10:30. Christmas program, Christmas Eve. Rev. William Simpson, pas:or. Maurice Frushour, Supt. The Thimble Club enjoyed a Christmas luncheon Thursday at the home of Mrs. Audrey .Butz. During the afternoon' meeting Mrs. Ressie Butz was named president and Mrs. Nora Erny, secretary - treasurer. Mrs. Earl Paige and Mrs. Frank Small were enrolled as new members. Mrs. Ressie Butz won the con- est prize. A gift exchange was held by those mentioned and Mrs. Averil Evans and granddaughters Christy and Lou Brock; Mrs. Fern Kaufman. Mrs. Grace Hall, Mrs. Marie Kaiser, Mrs. Mae Lo[an, Mrs. Baa Small and Mrs. Taina Elg, Gene Kelly, Kay Kendall and Mitzi Gaynor star in the musical "Les Girls" coming to the Logan Christmas day lor a week's engagement. Walton 'Salem Methodist Church—Sunday School 9:43, George Harness, Congregational—Sun' Supt. Blue Ball 11. United Candlelight Christmas service Christmas Eve at 11 p.m al St. Paul's Church. Rev. Keith Kinney, pastor. Lowell Brunei 1 Supt. Walton Methodist Church. Adul worship service, children'* Sun day School 10. Morning service 11. dc.y School 9:30. Adult Sunday Christmas program Sunday eve-1 School, Children's worship 10:20 ning Ralph Lockhart, Supt; Rev. j Combined closing in Sanctuarj 10:50. Rev. Tom Swantner, pastor Harold Curdy, pastor. St. Paul Lutheran (Washington Twp.)—Morning service 9 o'clock. Sunday School 10 o'clock. Candlelight Christmas Service Christmas Eve at 11 p.m. Rev. Keith- Kinney, pastor. William Barber, Supt. Shiloh Lutheran (Walton)—Sun- School 10. Morning service Flora Small. Mrs. Curtis Guy is a medical patient at Memorial Hospital. The Tiptoh Township Schools were closed i'or vacation Friday Dec. 20. No school will be held New Year's Day. Mrs. Stella Tyner and Mrs. Ber- Uia Murphy of Logansport were the recent guests of Mrs. Anna Richason. The Tri-L members Home Demonstration elected the following new members for 1958: President, Mrs. Charles Paige; Vice president, Mrs. Junior Dutchess; secretary-treasurer, Mrs. Leslie Hammond; Project leader, Mrs. (Paul) Gunter; reporter, Mrs. Orden Shirley. Hold Final Services For Montkello Man MONTICELLO—Final rites were, held Saturday night at the Jackson funeral home in Delphi for Levl Paul Anderson, 64, o£ route 5 Monlicello who died at 4 p.m. Friday at his home. The deceased was the former owner and operator of the Brownsburg (Indiana) Record' and had .been employed by the Lisbon Journal in Ohio. He was employed as a printer for the Delphi Citizen since 1953. He was born Jan. 17, 1893, in Lisbon, Ohio, the son of Mr. and Mrs. William Anderson; He married Thelma Marsh eight years ago. Survivors include the widow; one son, Robert W. of Ashland, Oregon; one daughter, Mrs. Helen Siaffeff, East Liverpool, Ohio; two grandchildren: and one biO'ther, Frank, of Lisbon. SPECIALS FOR THE WEEK MBR-DEL ICE CREAM Black Raspberry Ribbonette * QcuAALl £ YN 69c CHERRY VANILLA MERDEt ToT^c (Rid and Gr««n Cherrill) EBERTS' DRUG STORE 1830 East Broadway Phone 3854 AMBULANCE ^ "'" IBHBHMMHBMMBHHMMMMMii PHONE 3608 B9B9DHBHHHHHHI Complete First Aid and Oxygen Equipment Local Sailor Wins Navy Camp Award Apprentice Seaman Gerald D. Pugh, son of Mr. and Mrs. Gerald L. Pugh of 1908 Smead street has been selected by his commanding officer as the outstanding man of Mr'and Mrs. Ernie Downhour his company in his Draining at the Ph. Day or Night recently visited Mrs. Don Amos and children and Mr. and Mrs. John Wharton and family of Indianapolis. Ray Butz, Supt. Walton Christian Church—Wor sT.ip service and Communion 8:30. Sunday School 9:30. .Christmas program, Sunday evening 7:30. Dee Shaffer, pastor. Earl Rush, Supt. Otterbein E. L T . P. — Sunday I Our Store Will Be CLOSED WEDNESDAY and THURSDAY DECEMBER 25th and 26th Wave a Merry Christmas HALL'S FOOD SHOP i 1828 E. Broadway Phone 4710 McKinfey Pack Gives Awards At Yule Party Pack 312 of MeKinley School met Thursday evening at the school for its annual Christmas party. The meeting opened with a ceremony conducted by Den 4. The following boys received the Bobcat Pin: Joe Williamson, Terry Lebo, Gregg Oliver, and John . J. Savine. These awards were presented. Larry Roger.5, one gold arrow, one silver arrow; Ronny Sedam, Bear badge, one gold arrow; three silver arrows, Denner badge, one year pin; Jim Rice, one gold arrow; Pat Fisher, one year pin; Kenny McManus, one sold and one silver arrow; Hal Oliver, wolf badge, one gold arrows; two silver arrows. ' Also, David Brinkruff, one gold arrow; Tommy Ilartle, one lion award, one gold arrow, two silver arrows, Denner badge; Ronny R»ach, one Lion award; one gold and two silver arrows; Caryle Current, ' one Beat and one gold and silver arrow'. CHRISTMAS CANDY to give and enjoy for Christmas *eat Lakes Training center. The letter of commendation from Captain Carl E. Bull, ,.USN,' was received by his parents this week. Pugh is a 1057 June, graduate of Logansport high school. He enlisted in the Navy on Oct. 6 to start his four year hitch. FISHER FUNERAL HOME Always fresh » Always delicious • And always.welcome „ Only $1.35 1 lb. box 2 lb. box.$2.6O 3 lb. box $3.85 5 lb, box $6.35 chocolates and butter bons 1% lb. gift $2 lb. gift $3 KOOL-VENT of Logansport AWNINGS AND CANOPIES "Capital" Aluminum Comb. Storm Doors and Windows 511 Erie Phone 3650 OPEN EVERY EVENING UNTIL CHRISTMAS COONIES GIFT SHOP Walton, Indiana Take Tim* Out From Christmas Shopping COFFEE COKE LUNCH have at the CENTRAL DRUG SODA FOUNTAIN 4th at Broadway SPECIAL EXCLUSIVELY AT TIMBERIAKE'S. Stover Little Ambassadors— Miniatures $1,75 a lb. Fresh, delicious Assorted Chocolates -made of the very finest ingredients ... creams,' fruits, nuts, caramel and crisp centers 'to tempt anyone ... to Please everyone! Also a complete asfortment of Whitman's fine Boxed Candy HUNDREDS OF BOXES TO CHOOSE PROM OPEN TODAY-SUNDAY Til 6 P.M. Monday 'til 9 p.m. Tuesday 'til 6 p.m. Open Christmas Morning 'til 12 Noon WHEN YOU WANT PINE CANDY-COME TO Timberlake's Gift Shop "THE STORE FOR FINE CANDIES" Christmas Candy * .« to give and enjoy llb.box>1.35 2 lb. box 2.6O 31b. box....... 3.85 51b, box C.35 Exclusively at Timberlake's —Place your Order Now for this Wonderful Candy! Hundreds of Boxes to Choose From When You Want Fine Candy —Come To . TIMBERLAKE'S Gift Shop LAST Ml WE GIFTS Completely Automatic! MIRR.O-MATIC M RRO-MATIC electric percolator $14.95 / 8-CUp, Fireplace Accessories— $9.25 up S'A.qt. ...$11.95 6-qt $19.95 8-qt $24.95 16-qf $29.95 Each with cord, rack and recipe book, Fed.Tax Incl. breads hot I MIRRO bun ' warmer ,«!!.. $4^0 beautiful ...decorative! mold se» 3 PC. SET $2.98 0M M Miff praqitM, too. Cwnpfift, 2 Thermos Outing Kit— keeps cakes OVEN-FRESH! MIRRO cake carrier 516-518 E. Broadway Like "Sterling" on silver, the Jungers "Shield of Quality" has symbolized leadership in its field for nearly 50 years. And today's Jungers is a fresh interpretation of an ideal — to create the most perfectly engineered oil-fired heaters and furnaces attainable. We invite you to enjoy the satin- smooth warmth that a Jungers faithfully delivers— Your investment in a heater is too important to be taken lightly. So turn the bright white light of comparison on Jungers before you decide. Now that a Jungers costs no more, it's expensive to settle for anything less. • EXCLUSIVE OIL-FIRED HEATING ACTION! / Multiple flue speeds circulation with "4 timet more heat-sending turjaci! ^ "Blufirc"wick!ess burn* er assures clear, clean- burning efficiency! 2 Single wall design pro^ vides more powerful heat radiation! Jungers Heaters are clad in beautiful, enduring porcelain enamel. See them in action here today. No product is offered with greater pride than Jungers Heaters and Furnaces. WHEN YOUR PLANS CALL FOR OIL OR GAS SPACE HEATERS OR FURNACES ^;,, JUNGERS BUD'S TV, SERVICE & APPLIANCE Lake Cicott Phone 40070

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