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Twelve Logansport, Indiana, Pharos-Trfbun* Monday Evening, December 23, I9ST. The "Pause That Replenishes" A Purse—Classified Ads COMBINATION CLASSIFIED RATES SAMPLE ADS THIS is a sample ad containing ten average size words. An ad the above size can be run in both the Pharos-Tribune and Press at these low prices: 10 words, 6 times $2.20 1C words. 3 times $1.60 THIS sample ad contains fifteen average size words. It performs big jobs at low cost. Your message can bo brought to 80,000 Pharos-Tribune and Press readers in an ad the above size for these low prices: 15 words, 6 times $3.30 15 words, 3 times $2.40 10% discount for cash witb order. If box number is desired add 25 cents to cost of ad. Cash must accompany ail orders from outside Logansport unless credit has been previously established. All classified ads run first in the Pharos-Tribune and then ia the Press on following morning. Ad copy must be in this office not later than 10:30 o'clock, Monday thru Friday, and 10:15 Saturday on date of first publication. In case of error advertiser must make correction before iwcond insertion. In /femoriam and Card of Thanks figure 5 words to the line, heading counts as 2 lines. First line is charged at 30c per paper, each additional line at 25c per line per paper. Phone 4141 Ask for Want Ad Taker 1. MERCHANTS WHO GIVE : «ED TRADING STAMPS H. WILER, IOC. House Furnishings Fourth and Market. Phone 3636 MERCHANTS WHO GIVE TOP VALUE STAMPS . KROGER FOOD STORE ; Live Better . . . For Less •215 E. Market & 801 E. Market 1. ANNOUNCEMENTS Rug cleaning. Moody's Magic Car-pet Cleaners. Ph. 7716. Free pickup of rugs Mondays. OLD AND RELIABLE McKINLEY MONUMENTS WINAMAC, INDIANA A'PFAFF or UNIVEBSAL' sewing •machine will make an ideal gift for her. Priced from $69.50. Small deposit will lay-away for iChristmas. Barber's Sewing Supplies, 318 E. Broadway. Ph. .4454. RUG and UPHOLSTERY cleaning, rug dyeing, pickup. Rhoads Klever Rug Kleaners. Ph. 4530. VAPOR baths, for appointment phone 3307. 1321 Riverside Drive. a. Lost and. Found LOST: One coon hound, in vicinity 'of Grass Creek, black and tan. Owner's name on collar. Reward. Guy Fall, Grass Creek. LOST: Portfolio. Somewhere near Jackson or Meadlawn. Reward. Ph. 53354. LOST—Schnauzer dog. Good size. Mop face, rough dark coat with grey hair, mixed, bobtail, trimmed ears. Name King. Small collar, no nameplate. Call collect. Reward. John Wilson, Gal- •veston. Ph.. 3812. "The camera I got in the Pharos- Tribune - Press Want Ads is great on action shots - that's one of Mary the day she almost drowned!" 2. PROFESSIONAL SERVICE COOKSEY SEWER SERVICE Free estimate. Phone 56074.. c. Moving, Hauling MOVING LOCAL & LONG DISTANCE LICENSED & INSURED CARRIERS BECK'S TRANSFER PHONE 3539 d. Wanted—Prof, Services UPHOLSTERING and restyling. Charles Knill, R. 5, Logansport. Phone 2670, Twelve Mile. f. Roofers, Tinners ROOFING, siding, eave troughs, new and repair work. Robert (Bob) Schodrof, 921 Garfieid Ave. Phone 9755. i. Plumbing & Healing PLUMBING, copper tubing, plastic pipe, Orangeburg, galvanized pipe, all kinds of pipe fittings, furnace pipe. We cut and thread pipe. B & M SUPPLY COMPANY. 309 East Broadway. Ph. 3790. 3. AUTOMOTIVE b. Autos For Sale LOST — 2 Beagles, spayed and male, southeast of Winamac. Heward, $25. Leroy Sayger, 406 Calho'un St., Gary, Ind. TUrner 53528. b. Personal Notices TURKEY dinners served every Saturday. PenwelTs Cafe, Fifth and North Street. Closed Sunday. 2. PROFESSIONAL SERVICE TERMITE CONTROL - Call 4664 for free inspection. Reliable Exterminators, 323 Pearl. SEWER TROUBLE? Call Bixler Roto Service Phone 2206 Laird & Conklin Sewers cleaned electrically. SEWER SERVICE Septic tanks cleaned. Work guaranteed. Phone 40415 or 2280 Start the New Year Right- in a "Forward Look" Trade-in 1957 IMPERIAL South Hampton 2-dr., power seat, power windows, power steering, power brakes. Gleeming raven black, a perfect car. 1957 Plymouth Hdtop Belv. 1957 Plym. Belv. 2-dr. 1956 Plym. Savoy, Hardtop. 1955 Plymouth Belv. 4-dr. 1956 Carson New Yorker. 1953 Carson Windsor. 1957 DeSoto Fireflite 4-dr. 1956 DeSoto Firedome 4-dr. 1955 DeSoto Firedome 4-dr. 1955 Dodge Coronet 4-dr. • 1953 Dodge Coronet 4-dr. 1952 Olds 4-dr. 1950 Mercury Convertible. 1950 Packard 4-dr. 1950 Nash 4-dr. 1952 PONT I AC Chieftain Deluxe 2-dr. 8 cylinder with Hydramatic. A sharp car to fit a low budget. Open Evenings 'til 9 •Hendrickson Motor Sales "The House That Service Built" 417 S. Third . Ph. 5151 ECONOMY Imported cars. Sales parts, service, trades, bank fi 'nance. Sportsman Imported Mot ors, Monticello, Ind. Phone 333. JOGANSPORT SANITARY Sewer i Service—Cleaners of septic tanks, j cesspools, toilets. basement grains. Sewer cleaned with elec- 'tric cutting machine. Free esti- jinates. All work guaranteed. 'Prompt service. Phone 9664. ifOU always stop or start with Su-, .burbanite Snow Retreads. Quick service on all sizes including the "new" 14-inch tires, at Logan T;re Service. See Don or Doug -Norzinskay at 229 W. Market. ;bial 3475. j HAVING furnace or stoker trou-l •ble? Call Malott Heating, 9882. j EVERY BUSINESSMAN: You can I •advertise your business herej icveryday on a yearly contract •basis for only 16c a line per day Phone 4141 for further details. SAVE TROUGHS, carpenter work and dry walls. Free estimate Call 21810. Roy Randolph. . PIANO TUNING SERVICE of pnven ability. 35 years experience. Free estimates. Dial 2E11 Claude H. Conrad. ELECTRICAL appliance repair. Guaranteed work. Pickup and deliver. Phone 9825. BEST WISHES —for a— JOYOUS HOLIDAY SEASON MERRY CHRISTMAS —FROM— Hope-Luxem Co., Inc. and EMPLOYEES "YOUR FRIENDLY FORD DEALER" Burlington Ave. Ph. 3178 3. AUTOMOTIVE 1923 4-door Model "T". run s good. Phone 40005. 1948 CHEVROLET % ton pickup truck. Phone 53521. 4. DO&S, CATS, PETS BEAUTIFUL Cocker puppies, will make perfect Christmas gifts. Ph. 40030. FOR SALE: Purebred Spitz, "the Christmas dog," 2 months old, beauties. 1424 Smead, evenings or weekends. PUG puppies, small dog. John Rhody, Phone Royal Center 3465. BABY MALE Parakeets. Guaranteed to talk. $3.00. 531 Helm Phone 21198. 2 FAWN PUG PUPS. ARC Registered. $35. Ph. Buffalo BR 83527 Harold Lesher, southwest of Royal Center. WANTED: Good home for Collie dog, not for children. Ph. 2181, Young America. 7. FARMER'S COLUMN REGISTERED Hereford steers and heifers, suitable for 4-H. Ben Been, Burrows, Ind. 30 yearling Hereford steers^ 600 Ib. 35 Hereford steer and' heifer calves. Roy Wolf. Ph. 40819. GET fast economical gains with a Duroc boar. We have the good ones, $50 up. Howard Mutchler, Kewanna. DEAD STOCK REMOVED Indiana Rendering. Co., Logansport Phones 4729 or 4730 CURTISS FARMS Stud Service. Dudley D. Bridge. Phone Logansport 4905, Royal Center 2185, Lucerne 2460. HOG FARMERS. Mew hog market buying Monday thru Friday, 7 a.m. to 1 p.m. No commissions or yardage. HEINOLD'S, Royal Center Hog Market. Call us for further details. Phone 3295. Located at the Royal Center Sale Barn. 11. FOR SALE ADMIRAL COLOR TELEVISION GENERAL SUPPLY CO. FRED ANGLE—PHONE 40001 21" GENERAL ELECTRIC television, less than 1 year old. Forced to sell. Any reasonable offer. Inquire 1223 Erie Ave. Noon or Evening. USED washing machine. Very good condition. Ph. 20235. NEW Nesco Fryrite, radio, portable ironer. 112 W. Cerax. 11. FOR SALE f. Wearing Apparel REFRIGERATOR, rugs. Ph. 8710. 9x12 and 11x12! I TAKE over payments on 17" portable TV, $2.00 a week. Firestone Stores, Third and Eel River Ave. Ph. 3922. FOR SALE: Victor deep freeze, chest type. 404 Minor St. :GOOD used refrigerators at Flanegin Ace Hardware, 310 E. Market. Ph. -4184. FORGOT TO BUY A GIFT? Gaddis Aquarium accomodates all last minute shoppers. Open! late Christmas evening. Baby • male parakeets, singer canaries, ', tropical fish, hamsters, aquari-' urn and all pet supplies. Ph. 2268. MEAT TYPE Spotted Poland boars. William Dixon, % mile South Lincoln. FOR SALE: Purebred fox terrier pups, good pets and hunters. Herbert Hardy. Phone 40170. WE WANT TO thank all our customers, old and new, for their business the past year and hope we can be of service throughout the new year. Gaddis Aquarium. 411 E. Ottawa. BEAUTIFUL BEAGLE puppies. Excellent stock. Dial 40468. MAGIC, it's power packed dog food, meal or pellets, 25 Ibs. only $2.25. King's Hatchery and Feeds, Sixth and North St. PARAKEETS for Christmas. 4.207 Pottawattomie Rd. Ph. 2610. Norma Kortos. COLLIE pups. 2 miles north of Camden, Vi mile east. Roy Crume. 3 Beagle puppies, 2 months old, nice Christmas present. Call 40926. LIVER SPOTTED and black spotted Dalmatian puppies for Christmas. Jess McCain, Camden, Indiana. Ph. 921. FARM raised Beagles, ready to train. Phone 40013. FREE: Homes for three cute puppies. Call 7552. 5 EDUCATION a. Instructions ACME SCHOOL OF TOOL & DIE DESIGN, 312& Fifth St. Complete training in Mathematics, Drafting, Too) Design, Die Design. Mon., Wed., Thurs., 6:00 to 10:00 p.m. Veteran Approved. 6. EMPLOYMENT b. Help Wanted—Male MARRIED MAN for dairy and hog farm. Russell and Harold Reiff, BurnettsviUe. FUTURE SECURITY RAILROAD CAREERS MEN URGENTLY needed, 1835, who are interesled in permanent employment as agent- telegraphers. Wages from $350 per month and up plus many benefits. No experience necessary. Training will not interfere with present job. If sincere, ambitious, can pass railroad physical, and have average ability, write Box A-101, this newspaper, for personal interview. FOR SALE: Young Berkshire boars. , L. Ernest Fiedler. Phone 40788. 18 MONTH OLD Purebred Yorkshire Boar. Phone 3959 Walton. 100 feeder pigs, weight about 50 pounds. Buffalo BR-8-3536. FOR SALE: Good Spotted Poland China boars and gilts, fast growing Rind. Burrows Phone 29-C. Ray Milburn. b lmp!emen»i HAMMERMILL and drive belt. Royal Center 3032 after 4:30. 1953 JOHN DEERE tractor, equipped. Clive Funk, R. 1, Star City. 9. FINANCIAL Car payments too Mgh7 See AMEBTCAN SECURITY CO. 314 Fit..-, Logansport, Dial 3216 FOR SALE: Grocery store with living quarters, in small town, doing good business. Write Box A-81, this newspaper. 10. FOR RENT a. Apartments 6-ROOM apartment, modern, oil heat, garage. Phone 4673. LOOKS like new, wears .like new. Coat old linoleum with hi-lustre •transparent Glaxo. Flanegin Ace Hardware. b. Miscellaneous FOR SALE: 1955—42 rt. Great Lakes house trailer. Terms. Jeffries Agency, 403 East 13th St. Rochester. Dial CA 3-6111. MORTON'S Sugar Cure. 524 E. Market. Kasch's, GIBSON amplifier, perfect condition, $''5. 1003 Erie Ave. SEE the new Schwlnn bicycles at Mehaffie's Northside Service Station. We trade bicycles. 8-MM movie camera, 3. lens; also carrying case. Phone Star City LY-5-3422. GEORGE SEZ Merry Xmas Folks!! DON'T WEAR YOURSELF OUT AT THE LAST MINUTE. Just come to Ward's MOST ALL HOUSE SLIPPERS REDUCED FROM $1 tO $2 BEAUTIFUL LADIES SLIPPERS at $1.98 Montgomery. Ward 412 E. Bflwy. Ph. 4193 - Deaths and Funerals Kr\GERV Final rites for Mrs. Bertha Ktag- ery, 67, of 819 North street, were held Monday afternoon at the Kroger funeral home, with t!;e Rev. Harold King officiating. Burial was in Hickory Grove cemetery. SPARKS Funeral services for Mrs. Leah Sparks, 20 West Broadway, Kokomo, will be at 10 a. m. Tuesday at St. Joseph's church, with Msgr. Maurice Foley officiating. The Rosary will be recited at 8:30 Mrs. Jessie Smith Token by Death; Funeral on Tuesday Mrs. Jessie E. Smith, 82, of IIS West Linden avenue, died at 2:15 a.m. Sunday at St. Joseph's hospital. She had been ill for two years and had been in the hospital two weeks. Born in Cass.county March Ifl, 1875. she was the daughter of Emanuel and Margaret Hewitt March. She was the widow of Lyman 0. Smith, who died in 1951. She was a member of the Market Street Methodist church for many years. Surviving are two sons. Orville. 1100 West Melbourne avenue: and William Ellis, route 4. city: a daughter, Mrs. Florence Bowman, - • -• three 12 GOOD THINGS TO EAT GALLON jug milk 66c. Try our Deluxe Ice Cream, the finest. LENICK ICE CREAM, 141 Wheatland Ave. 13. REAL ESTATE . . p m. Monday at the KroegerjHS West Lmderv avenue; funeral home. Burial will be in I grandchildren, Edwm Smith, Mrs. Eileen Frushour and Mrs. Marjone Stuber; and six great grandclnl- dren. E. j Friends may call at the rcsi- St. Vincent's cemetery. SMITH Last riles for Mrs. Jessie . Smith, 82, of J15 West Linden deuce until 10 a.m. Tuesday ,_ when avenue, will be at 1:30 p. m. Tuesday at the Fisher funeral home, with the Rev. H. H. Hasii- berger officiating. Friends may call at the residence until 10 a. m. Tuesday, when the body will be removed to the funeral home. Burial will be in Mt. Hope ceme- Icry. 250-3000 high powered rifle, chrome vanadium hand finished barrel with Bishop ivory tip stop, Bear;OWNER wishes to trade lovely mo- master 8-X scope, complete out-j bile home for modern home in fit guaranteed perfect. Ph. 9230. PERU—(Mrs. Susie Ann Morgan, 81. died at 10 p.m. Sunday at the Miami Nursing Home. A resident of Peru for 32 years, she was born May 11. 11176 in Franklin county, Va., the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James Mar- home, one acre, Grass Creek, i of the Grand Army of the Repub-1 "»•"«; £* "'jfS- "ccond complete bathroom. Appraised|Jic will have rites at 8 p. m. Mon-j;r '".'", ' value $4500. Empty. Call Deam-iday. Burial will be in Mt. Hope >;,;,_ ,,£, er & Deamer Realtors, Roches- cemetery. ter. FOR SALE: The attractive Murray LESII Funeral services for Mrs. Lottie A. Lesh, 84, of route 2, city, will l:e at 2 p. in. Thursday at the MeCIoskey-HamiHon funeral home, with Vie Rev. Thomas Webb officiating The Ladies Auxiliary the body will be taken to the Fisher funeral home for services at 1:30 p.m The Rev. H. H. HashberRer will'officiate. Burial will be in Ml. Hope cemetery. Mrs. Susie. Morgan Succumbs at Peru Chester Morgan, HOUSETRAILER, 34' Kozy, 2 bedroom modern all metal, $1650. i 403 East St., Rochester. o . Houses SAILORS Last rites for David Sailors, 78, i of route 2, city, will be at 10:30 a. m. Thursday al the McCloskey- I Hamilton funeral home, with the 1 Rev. Walter Davis Jr. officiating. . Call 5991. Harold Klopfenstein, ! PAY equity and take over GI loan : The Eagles Lodge" will have rites .<«„„„ TJ:I™ -„_„!,„ „„.._,. i modern nome| U p stairs rental, at 7:15 p. m. Monday. Burial will Stony Pike Trailer Court. TWO-WHEEL trailer~and Avery tractor. Don Mills, Lake Cicott. will cover monthly payments. 716 ! be in St. Johns cemetery. Helm. 3 ROOM, upper, modern, furnished apt. East end, adults. Ph. 4760. 2 ' ROOM, furnished apartments. Utilities furnished. $12.50 a week. Ph. 21588 or 4976. 3 ROOM furnished apt., all private. 12 W. Ottawa. SMALL furnished kitchenette apartment, modern, adults. Inquire 119 E. Ottawa. 3-ROOM apartment, heat, water, private entrance. Ph. 9411. 3 ROOM unfurnished. Private bath, Downstairs. Nice. 21588 or 4976. 4-ROOM unfurnished, heated apartment, newly decorated. Ph. 3659. 3 ROOMS modern, inquire at 1321 Riverside Drive. LOWER unfurnished 4 rooms, bath, automatic oil furnace. 'Ph. 21892. 3 ; ROOM furnished apartment on farm, 1 mile from city, utilities and private entrance, nice and quiet. Ph. 40954. 3 ROOM apartments furnished. In. quire 800 North 3rd. Apartment 4. NICE 3-room apartment, 106 Eighth St., refrigerator and stove furnished, $60 per month. Ph. 4663 or 4695. WANTED — 2 men to work woods. Write Box A-100, this! newspaper. 2 unfurnished rooms for rent, $25. Phone 2363. e. Situations Wonted-Female WANTED: Ironings and cleaning. Phone 20505. SMALL furnished apartment, private entrance, adults. 200 Wheatland. WANTED: Ironings, pickup and deliver. Mrs. Purtee. Phone 56074. WASHINGS and Jronings, pickup and delivery, reasonable. Phone 8710. f. Situatir Wanted—Male TOOL ENGINEERING design and Drafting. Tools, Dies, Jigs, Fixtures. Permanent, part time or by the job. Call Logansport 7827. 7, FARMERS COLUMN HOMELITE chain saws, direct drive, one new, one used. Ben Been, Burrows. '" 4-ROOM unfurnished apartment, heat and water furnished. Ph. 6122. 3-ROOM furnished apartment, prefer employed women. 1215 Broadway. 50564. 4 ROOMS, bath, modern apartment. Heat hot water. Ph. 7583. d. Farms and Acreages DAIRY farm for rent. Len Haven Farms, Walton, 2759. e. Houses & Duplexes 5-ROOM semi-modern double, 419 13th. 40678. SEMIrMODERN 3 rooms, attached garage, Westside. Ph. 40635. LIME HAULING and fertilizer spreading. Also drive-way stone. Phone 56816. Ernest D. Homburg. FOR RENT: S-room modern, garage. Inquire 16 W. Linden. RUBBER TIRED wagon, $25; pitcher pump, new, $5; cement mixer with motor, $35; hog house, $10. Mulcahy, Clymers. i SMALL house. Inquire at 637 12th •• St. Royal Center Community Sale Sale Starts at 1 o'clock Every Thursday Phone 3755 Bring Cattle to Be Tested by 12 o'clock. Bridge & Garner, Aucts. f. Rooms SINGLE sleeping room for employed girl only. Ph. 3307. WANTED 2 elderly ladies to room and board in nice country home. Everything 'furnished $60 per month each. Write Box A-98 this newspaper. MORIARTY Quality Farm and Industrial Pole Buildings. Wayne Johnson, 56301. MARTIN steel silos, corn cribs, dryer grain bins, and utility buildings. Dale Davidson. Metea Phone 56825. 2000 bales of hay, 65c a bale. Ph. 40959. FOR SALE—Top quality Little Red Clover seed. Phone 40477. CUSTOM sawing on your farm complete service. Smiley Saw mill, Route 1, Denver, Ind. , a. Livestock 15 BRED sows. 3rd litter. Close- up. Don Gremelstacher, 40594. g. Wanted To Rent WANTED TO RENT: 2-3-bedroom furnished house or apartment wanted in city or in nearby smaller town. Pharos-Tribune employee. Permanent. Write Box A-96, this newspaper. II. FOR SALE a. Household Goods GAS stove, apartment size, manager of Barnes Hotel. USED TV's, as low as $25.00. Goodyear Service, Sixth' and Broadway. APARTMENT size gas range. Apartment size electric refrigerator. Good. Briggs Electric Co., 205 Fifth. DECEMBER SPECIAL SAVE $500 1958 47' 10' wide with washer $4995 1958 47' 10' wide $4795 1958 47' 8' wide $3995 Spartan new Sparcraft 45' $4400 43' to 51' 2 or 3 bedrooms 10' wide, price $4200 to $7300 18' to 47' 1 or 2 bedrooms, 8' wide, price $1200 to $6300 We give liberal trade-ins on trailers and furniture with best of financing. BAIRD MOBILE HOMES, Inc. 2 Miles South of Peru on U.S. 31 Ph. Peru GR-39808 GET YOUR last minute Christmas Gifts at Harmony Corner tavern. Salt & pepper, cruet sets. BOYS SCHWINN Bicycle. A-l condition. $40. Ph. Walton .3400. NEW fleecy-down dual control electric blanket never used. Phone 7408. MERRY .CHRISTMAS TO ALL DaleW.McNutt Your Realtor Roy C. Cox A. G. Miller Sales Representatives Ph.' 2928 She was a member of the Br«- thren church in Mexico, Ind. Surviving are three sons, Oscar L., GoWen Beach, Fla.. Charles R., Peru, and James, Logansport; two daughters, Mrs. Arthur Bowman and Mrs. Arlhur Wilson, bolh of Logansport: a stepson, Goorgc Morgan, North Hollywood, Calif.; a sister, Mrs. George Hanson, Burlington, Iowa, 14 grandchildren and 20 greal grandchildren. Friends may call at the Allen funeral home in Peru, where services will be at 1:30 p.m. Tuesday. Burial will be in Mt. Hope cemetery, Logansport. Malicious Trespass Charge Filed Due To Burglary Attempt A malicious trespass charge was filed Monday in the Cass circuit^TLj-j: court by Prosecutor George Bab- : i"*-' cock against Gilbert Moon, is, of In Peru Burglary Kokomo, as a result of his alleged attempt to break into Ihe John PERU — Sixty dollars in curren- James service station at [he south-i cy and small chance was stolen in west edge of the city on Decem- j a weekend burglary from the her 17. i Swank Cleaners, South Broadway. Jud.se Clifford Wild set his bond The break-in was discovered by 3 BEDROOM house, full basement, storm windows gas heat, at $300. The affidavit against Moon alleges that he maliciously and mis- i chievously cut the screen at the back door and scraped and pried on Ihc rear of the building owned by Elizabeth Walls, causing damage of $5. Moon and a 16-year-old boy from West Lafayette who was with him 3 years old. By owner Wright 'were frightened away by the un„, ™ — ' •' expected arrival of the service station proprietor. St. Ph. 9601. 6 ROOM, 1 story modern, home, oil, hot water heat, 2 car garage. 3130 N. Pennsylvania Ave. Ph. 2489. CHRISTMAS trees and apples. Dwight Smith, north on 25. Airport road. • HOUSETRAILERS and accessories Buy, sell or trade. 2 mi. N. W. on U S. 3». Maple Springs. FERREE & SMITH Mobile Home Sales, Akron, Ind.-, Ph. TW-3-3285 or TW-3-2075. Vi mi. S. Akron. c. Musical Instrument! MEDIUM SIZED upright piano. 205 N. Walnut Walton. Ph. 3674. Wishing you the best of everything, and hoping your dreams come true. Otto B'lbert BECOME a home owner! You'll find what you want in the Want Ads! See 'em now I Privilege for Year Two men were arrested Saturday evening by county and state law enforcement officer's on charges of operating motor vehicles while under the influence of intoxicating liquor. John Thomas Gordon, 24, of 701 Bates street, arrested by Stale Trooper John Gaylor, was fined S25 and cosfs and his right to drive was suspended for a year on his plea of guilty in the local justice of the peace court. Joseph Bill Talley, 31, of route 1, Star City, was fined S10 and his right to drive a'.so was suspended for a year. He was arrested by Deputy Sheriff Roy King. 1958 Spinets, proven craftsmanship, lowest prices for 100 miles around. Terms. Thompson's, 834 West Miami. d. Poultry, Eggs, Baby Chix METAL 10-hole nest sections, $11.95. Feeders and founts. Hizer Hatchery, Grass Creek". HENS that live to lay and pay— McCOY'S M-101 Strain Cross Hybrids, will give 1 you high egg production, 12 to IB months of lay. King's Hatchery and Feeds, Sixth and North St. f. Weoring Apparel MEN'S coats and vests, $$1.00 each. Men's all wool pants, $7.95, 2 for $15.00. Men's work pants, $3.00. Perfect Cleaners. BAZAAR ITEMS Hand-made aprons, pillows, and doll clothes. THRIFT SHOP, 411 E. Market. HOLIDAY GREETINGS from the Thrift Shop. Closed until the 2nd of -January. THRIFT SHOP 411 E. Market h. Wanted to Buy CASH for your small upright, spinets or consoles. Phone 8983. LONG wheelbase 1%-ton truck. Ph. 2688. 12. GOOD THINGS TO EAT BARR'S RED DELICIOUS Golden Delicious, Rome, Turley and Stayman Wineiap apples on sale at your grocers and storage, M> mile north of Lake Cicott. Barr'g Orchard. APPLES Jasper Flory & Son, Hieh Street Road 4 room modern cottage. Garage attached. Nice lot. Immediate possession. Southside. 3 bedroom modern, home. 2 baths, gas heat. Westside. FRANK T.MORRIS AGENCY, Inc. 125 Fourth St. Ph. 3063 222 Wheatland Ave. 5 room mod. hdw. floors. Built-ins. Plenty of closets. Storm windows. Gar• age. Fenced back yard. A home you will be proud to own. $7500. 901 19th St. 7 rm. l story mod. 2 baths. 28:ft: living rm. Oil furnace. Remodeling not quite completed, material on hands to finish. A bargain at $7,500. H. ERVIN HARNEX Realtor 538 Bates St. Ph. 4716 MODERN home, 2708 East Broadway. gas heat, incinerator, dishwasher, carpeted. Phone 6460. SPINSTER WRITES MEMOIRS GOOCHLAND, Va. (UP)—Miss Minnie C. Mangum, spinster who embezzled nearly three million dollars from a Norfolk, Va., loan firm,' is tyipng her memoirs at night and working in the library of the state industrial farm for women during the daytime while serving her 20-year-prison sentence. Robert Peterson Enlists in Army Robert Ray Peterson, 19, of 1330 Short street, has enlisted in the Army Signal Corps for three years, according to M/Sgt. Frank M. Cheves and Sgt. John 1. Stangle of the local recruiting office. Peterson is the son of Harry Peterson, of PoUawattomie Point. He attended Logansport high school and worked as a radio and television repairman before en- lisling. He will take his basic training at Fort Kr.ox, Ky. The recruiters also enlisted Robert A/ Arno'.d Jr. of 503 North IHionis street, Monticello. Arnold, who is 17 years old, joined the Christmas Tree Light WijU 15 A' yt&Ld UJU, JUIM^U ....*. _ _ • Military Police Corps for three.gulDS Taken rrOITI I r6G years. He will take basic training at Fort Knox and advanced training at Fort Gordon, Ga. STILL CRITICAL PERU — Wilbur F. Hawkins, 41, Earl Farnsworth, South Bend truck driver, who stopped at 2:55 a.m. Sunday to collect the day's receipts. Office manager, Mrs. Katherir.a Sutton.. of Amhoy. had placed the. money in a red envelope under the counter for the driver, according lo the police report. Entry was gained by smashing a rear door glass outside, then boring a hole in the wall to reach through and flip the hook of an inside door. Theft of Fuel Oil At Church Reported Approximately 100 gallons of fuel oil were stolen sometime this month from an outdoor tank at the St. Paul Lutheran church across from the Washington township school, according to the report to Sheriff 0. R. Carson. Paul Jones, one of the officers of Ihe church, said the thieves apparently had used a large wrench to remove the cap to which the lock was attached. Previous thefts had been suspected because the fuel oil was not lasting as long as it would under normal usage, it was reported. '.ocal Man Meted Penal Farm Term Frank J. Miller, 218 East Miami avenue, was fined $10 and costs and sentenced to Ihe slate penal farm for ninely days by Judge Clifford 0. Wild in Ihe Cass circuit court Monday on his plea of guilty to a charge of failure to provide. Miller had enterpd his plea on December 10 but Judge Wild had deferred sentenc'nf! him to give him an opportunity to try to obtain some money to provide for his three children. The charge against Miller was signed by his ex-wife, Mrs. Ruth Weller. V. W. Ashby, 316 East Linden avenue, Monday reported lo city police that someone had either too much or not enough Christmas spirit. They stole six bulbs from the Christmas tree "'-'-'- ~— Kokomo, remained in critical con-,strung with lights in dition Monday morning at Dukes | yard Sunday evening, hospital, suffering from a compound skull fracture received last Friday in a two-car collision which took two lives. which was his front BOYD" FRY ON FURLOUGH Paratrooper Boyd E. Fry arrived today to spend a M-day fur- Hawkins was the driver of one Hough with his sister and brolher- of two cars which crashed head-] in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Caon south of Peru on U.S. 31. Wil-inada. 1300 Liberty street. He s sla- Jiam T. Arnold, Peru, and Willi- tioned at Ft. Bragg, N. C. am J. Golightly, Kokomo, were killed. DECORATIONS SK'ORTED Cifey firemen were called to Fifth and East Broadway at 4:30 p. m. Sunday, when . Christmas decorations on the corner there shorted. They stood - by ' until light department employes remedied the defect. WINDOW BROKEN Plant officials reported lo city police Monday that a front window in the Coca-Cola warehouse at 102 South Fifth street had been broken sometime Sunday night. READY NEW SCHOOL RUSHVILLE (UP)—Rushville's new million-dollar hijjh school will be ready some time next month, t

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