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iOGANSPORT PUBLIC LIBRARY PARE TWENTY-EIGHT THE PHAROS-TRIBUNE and LOGANSPORT PRESS, LOGANSPORT, INDIANA SUNDAY, DECEMBER 2Z, 19ST John L Martin, 64, Is Dead At Peru PERU — Rites for John Laurence Martin, 64, of 113 W. Second, will be conducted at 1 p.m. Monday at the Drake-Flowers chapel with Rev. Miles D. Raisor officiating and burial in Greenlawn cemetery, Mexico. He died suddenly at his home at 1 p.m. Thursday. He was born in Stewart, la., June 19, 1893, the son of John Franklin and Annie (Twombley) Martin. His wife is deceased. Surviving are a brother and sister, Kei'h D. Martin, Des Moines, la., and Mrs. Patrick C. Ly-don, China Lake, Calif. "Your Private Secretary" FLORENCE DAGGY Typing — Mimeographing Offset Printing — Business Forms 129 Fourth St. Phqne 3381 NO MATTER WHAT YOUR INSURANCE NEEDS MAY BE WE CAN TAKE CARE OF IT. CREE INSURANCE AGENCY Roger A. Parker & Ira Creo INSURE IN SURE INSURANCE Dial 3758' 214V: 4th GREETING CARDS FOR ALL OCCASIONS Send A HALLMARK CARD When You Care Enough To Send the Very Best TIMBERLAKE'S "Greeting Card Headquarters" BEST QUALITY PHONOGRAPH BUY! PORTABLE AC PHONOGRAPH FIHESI VALUE IN QUAllTf PHOHOGRAPBSI Th'« Music Maker—Model AP6 Plays 33!/i, 45, 78, IBM rpm records manually. Plays 7", 10", 12' records. Dual Needle Cartridge. Front firing speaker. Volume and tone controls. Durastron covering In Red and "White or Brown and Tan or Blue and Gray $«Q.95 colors. AC only. ** EASY TERMS TODD'S The Store That Service Built" 327 East Market Phone 3300 Abner Bowen Rites Monday At Delphi DELPHI—Funeral services for Abner H. Bowen, 59, well-known Delphi resident, will be conducted at 2:30 p.m. Monday at the Delphi Presbyterian church with Rev. James W, Rankin officiating. Burial will bo in Masonic cemetery. Friends may call after 10 a.m. Sunday at the Jackson funeral home where the Knights Templar will have rites at 7:30 p.m. Sunday The body will lie in state from 1-2:30 p.m. Monday at the church. The family asks that flowers be omitted and donations made instead to the heart fund or the Delphi library. Born July 19, 1898, in Delphi, he was a member of a pioneer Delphi family. His parents were Edward Wright and Delia Gregg Bowen. His marriage was Oct. 7, 1922, at Springfield, 111., to Willa .Reid, who survives. Other survivors include three daughters, Mrs. Howard Hageman, Chesterton, Mrs. James Stokes, Indianapolis; and Mrs. Donald Longwith, Pittsburgh, Pa.; his mother; a sister, Hilda Bowen, Delphi; a brother, Charles, of Champaign, 111.; and three grandchildren. The deceased owned a loan and insurance business in Delphi and was a prominent land- owner in Carroll county. ( He was a veteran of World War I, a member of the American Legion, Presbyterian church,' Beta Pheta Pi fraternity, Masonic lodge and the Shrine club. Bowen attended Mercersburg, Pa., college and the University of Illinois. A construction engineer, he helped build the Oakdale dam at Lake Freeman. Verdi's opera,- "Otello," was first performed in Milan in 1887. It is an adaptation of Shakespeare's tragedy. Graveside Rites for Flora Infant To Be Conducted Monday FLORA — Graveside services will be conducted at 10 a.m. Monday at the Ball Hil! cemetery for the infant son of Ernest and Blanche Sheagley Warren, route 1, Flora. He died at birth Saturday morning at Memorial hospital, Logansport. Survivors include the parents; grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. W. Sheagley, Culler, and Mrs. Rae Peters, Cutler; six sisters and a brother, Mrs. Etoile. Sullivan, K<5- komo,' Roberta, Mary, Phyllis, Ruth, Judy and Harold,' all at home. Funeral services are in 1 charge of the Leiter funeral home. Lauretta Hunt, 97, Of Near Amboy, Dies PEHU — Funeral services for Mrs. Lauretta Hunt, 97, of. near Amboy will, be conducted at 1:30 p.m. Monday at the Laird funeral home in Amboy with Rev. Clifford Conn officiating. Burial will be in the IOOF cemetery, Marion. She died at 9:30 p.m. Friday at the Peru nursing home after several years' illness. Mrs. Hunt was born March 3, 1860 in Grant county, the daughter of Wesley and Jane (Simn- monds, pioneer Grant county residents who settled there in 1845. She was married Oct. 12, 1887 at Converse to J. Frank Hunt, who died July 13, 1919., Mrs. Hunt was a charter member of the Amboy Methodist Church. Surviving are the daughter and two sons, Mrs. Hensler of near Amboy; Darl of Scarsdale, \. Y., and Kenneth L. Hunt, Marion; three grandchildren and three great-grandchildren. She, was the last of a family of seven children. New Hours For Dukes Hospital PERU — Several changes are being made in the visiting hours at Dukes Memorial Hospital effective Monday, Dec. 23 as well as in the hospital routine for the convenience of the patients, according •to David Shaw, administrator, Saturday. Visiting hours for all medical and surgical patients on the .first and second floors will be from noon to 8 p.m.; for all pediatric patients on the first floor from noon to 6 p.m.; .obstetrical patients from 1 to 4 p.m. and from 5 to 8 p.m. Babies- will be shown at 2 p.m. and at 7 p.m. Shaw said that these new visiting hours will be strictly enforced. Two other hospital rules will be sldctly enforced in 'the future, according to the administrator. No patient may have more than two visitors at a time and no children under the age at fourteen may visit any patient in any part of the hospital. at' any time. Two Men Held In Miami Co, Jail After A utomobile Is Taken PERU — Two young men are being held in the Miami county .jail for the investigation of breaking and entering and vehicle taking. They are Roger W. France, 19, Wabash and Victor Dickerhoff, Jr. 25, Route 1, Denver. Police said France admitted breaking into a Huntingtori filling station and stealing a 19»G Mercury auto. He also implicated Dicfcerhoiff. Police officers -received a complaint from Homer Riser, 201 West Tenth, early Saturday stating that he saw two men .changing license plates on a car in front of his home. When they investigated, they took the two men into custody. The Park 4-Slate Ring Ends •j With Convictions INDIANAPOLIS «n-State police said Saturday they had broken up a four-state burglary ring involving five men, ,two. of whom already have been sentenced to prison. George 0. Scott, 25, Lebanon, was sentenced to 2 to 5 years at the Indiana R e f o r m a tory for second degree burglary, and Quilla R.. Sutliff, 31, Indianapolis, was sentenced to one year on the State Farm for third degree burglary. Sutliff was fined $250. The three other men were identified as James D. Cox, 50, and John R. Weaver, 24, both of Indianapolis, and Norman E. Brashear 25, Bloomington. car was stolen from the More Cities' Service station at Huntington. Indiana floods Not So Bad As Expected By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Autumn ended under clear skies There will.be only two excep-;o at . jrda y night and the Weather lions made to these jrules^Mem- Bllreatl said t, ne ma j o 'r floods pour- j.-*_ t_ . .. . . bers of the immediate family of any .patient on the "serious-ly ill wes te rn Indiana won't be quite so vast as first anticipated. list" may visit at any hours of i ' No ra j n ;. s j n sight, the day-or nig'ht as well as mem-1 through Monday. j eas t bers of the clergy. To orlng Dukes hospital into line with new developments in other hospitals all over the coun- ! try, patients will no longer be j awakened at four or five o'clock in the morning to wash their faces. Breakfast will be served between 8 and 8:30 a.m. Lunch will be served from noon to 12:30 p.m. and supper from 5 to 5:30 p.m. WHITMAN'S Famous SAMPLER CANDY The World's BitjgBit Candy Seller— So Fine — So Famout So Sure to Please $2 box TIMBERLAKE'S w- STAYS UP Frigid weather can't rob you of comforting, healthful heat II when yon rely on ~| a Coal stoker. A Stoker heat is smooth and steady, always ready at your command . 4 . regardless of x weather changes ... no matter how many neighbors need heat at the same time. TIT! SCHLOSSER'S ICE CREAM SPECIAL PEPPERMINT STICK 30C Pint 59C Quart 89C % Gc,!. fee Cream Christ mas Trees 20c ea. FOR YOUR HOLIDAY PARTY -CHR5STMAS DECORATIONS- UGHTS - BULBS - TINSEL SNOW IN WHITE OR PJNK -GIFT ITEMS- OLD SPICE SETS TOR MEN AND WOMEN ELECTRIC 'R!AZO»S FOR MEN AND WOMEN COMPLETE LINE OF TOILETRIES BOX CANDY Loads of Toys for the Kiddies OPEN THIS SUNDAY 8 a. m. until 10 p. m. BURKS OPBN TM. 10 P. (M. EVERY NIGHT 1*30 E. Broadway ' Phone 5966 MINOR ACCIDENT An accident at Heth and West Market at 3 p.m. Friday was reported to police yesterday. Drivers were John B. Connaughton, 2624 Emmet, and Paul M. Merrett, 319 Unger. Merrett stopped to make a left turn and Connaughton couldn't stop in time. Revised river forecasts said the steady midweek rains will still spread the White River wider in some parts of southwestern Indiana than at any time since 1950. Queen Victoria and Prince AL bert had nine children. One, Edward VII, succeeded her to the British throne. Wall St. Slump Worst In Weeks NEW YORK an — Little- pre- Christmas cheer was evident in Wall Street this week as the stock market had its worst slump since the week ended Oct. 12. That was the week Sputnik I shook the nation's confidence and there also was bad economic news. This week it was mainly a ques tion of the poor reports from business and industry and glum forecasts by economists for the first half of 1958. Chief Ot Stalfls Eletted At Dukes Memorial Hospital PERU — Dr. P. G. Damiana was elected Chief of Staff of Dukes Memorial Hospital at the Medical Staff meeting last week succeeding Dr. C. R. Herd. Others elected were Dr. -H. E Tlendel, vice-president and Dr Parker W. Snyder, secretary. Sr, John Commandery No. 24, K.T. Public Installation of Officers for 1958, Monday, Dec. 23, 1957 at 7:30 p. m. There will be an exhibition drill by St. John Drill Corps. Refreshments after installation. GEO. TIDKICK E. C. Get Your PRESCRIPTIONS filled at BUSJAHN'S Accuracy Guaranteed Save the Difference Try Us ... and See BUSJAHN'S DRUG STORE 308 Fourth St. OUR SPEEDY SERVICED IS OUR PRIDE, YOU CALL, > AMD { <5OON i WE'RE AT SYOIJR: [ SIDE.' ~ = =*~.' SING1E LEVER SiNK 'FAUCETS ...$16.95 PLUMBING.HEATING 4IS8fST - &ASY PARKING &ka«t. 3658 AL L«i DON SCHMIDT About 500 Children At Mason Yul$Party About 500 children attended the annual Masonic Christmas- party held Saturday afternoon at the Temple. The children watched movies, sang carols and were then treated, by Old St. Nick. On the Tipton Lodge committee were Charles Eichensehr, Phil Saunders, J. 0. Barber, Earl Gangloff, Pred Estabrook. Orient members were Arthur D. HenseJ), John D. Hamilton, and Floyd H. Murphy. In Memory of our loving mother, Lillie Faya Perkins, who passed away 5 year* ago, December 22nd. Sadly missed by —Mr. and Mrs. John Perkins and son, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Perkins and daughters. 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