Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on June 26, 1957 · Page 12
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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 12

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rwelve Logansport, Indiana, Pharos-Tribune Naval Hospital Appeals For Stamps for Patients SAN DIEGO- Wounded and injured sailors and marines hospitalized at the Naval Hospital here have appealed for stamps to help them with a hobby that is an important part of their recovery program. The servicemen have formed' a group known as the Naval Hospital Stamp Club. Their hobby has been recognized and encouraged by doc- were the girls, Kathy .and Iris Jean, who remained until Monday while their mother attended the Purdue meeting. Mrs. John Hamilton and two children of New Jersey are spending a few weeks with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Shoff, west of Bringhurst. 'Frank Millendore has been dis- tors as excellent therapy both I missed from Memorial hospital, i_ii.. —j _u..-;..ii.. Logansport. Mrs. Robert Dunkim entered St. Joseph hospital, Kokomo, where she was to undergo surgery Tuesday. mentally and physically. The driving force behind the club is a man who is neither a serviceman or a stamp collector. He is J. L. Zerbe, 78, a former professor of education at Duquesne University and the University of Pittsburgh. Every Wednesday, Zerbe conducts a meeting of the stamp club. The latest issues and some of the rare stamps of club members are discussed. The men are not encouraged to specialize but .some do it anyway. Some collect stamps from only one country, others build topical collections specializing in stamps that have trains, flowers or other subjects. Zerbe writes about 75 letters a Mr. and Mrs. Richard Curts and three daughters left last week for a two week's fishing vacation in Wisconsin. Members of the Community Council last week heard Dr. George Davis, of Purdue university, discuss projects .that are helping in community betterment. Mrs. D. P, Williams is improved after being critically ill here and members of her family called here by her illness, have returned to their homes. Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Douglas, of near here, attended in South "The only ones we cannot use are the one, two and three-cent U. S.'stamps" he said. The amps address for the • club is month thanking people who havej Ben d the wedding of Miss Martha sent stamps and appealing for Showalter and Edward Miller at the First Church of the Brethren. Their son, Max, of Madison, Wis,, served as an usher and his wife as bridesmaid. Mr. and Mrs. Max Douglas were college roommates of the bride and groom while attending Manchester College. Rev. F. Kaye Bass, one of the directors of Flora's DVBS this year, received a letter of thanks from the Indiana Migrant treasurer, Nora Angus, expressing appreciation for the $103.53 given to with the Cass County Ramblers on 1 them by the children for their the Hoosier Frolic program over!missionary work, radio station WSAL, Logansport,! Several local residents have been Naval Hospital Stamp Club, Building 7, U. S. Naval Hospital, San Diego 34, Calif. Flora Mrs. Clarence Baker of Flora will play the accordion and sing Saturday, June 29, 10-11 a.m. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Penn and Trina Lou and Bill called on Mr. and Mrs. Lee Eikenberry and Mrs. W. C. Aschanhort Saturday. They were enroute home to Indianapolis after spending a few days with his father, Jay Penn and wife in Delphi, former residents of Flora. Several persons attended the night session of International Christian Women's Fellowship Quadrennial held in the Hall of Music, Purdue university. Special features were the presentation' of love gifts "and the commissioning of 17 men and women to serve in Mexico, India, Thailand and Africa. The local group was especially interested in Dr. and Mrs. Clifford ill for short periods with summer influenza. Wednesday Evening, June 26, 1957. FURNITURE and APPLIANCES DOOR MIRRORS! •*• YES,GO...GO...GO! TO OLSONS THIRD FLOOR For the most tremendous sale Logansport has ever seen! 12"x48" Framed Only 18 at this price! 99* NO PHONE ORDERS BEDROOM SUITES AT HUGE SAVINGS! DC/* <j*| «Q Double Dresser & Mirror— Bookcase Bed— Roomy Chest — An- ALII V «9 IYCU. 4>IO7 tique ffinish-AII solid Hardwood New, beautiful Fruirwood Mahogany with 6 drawer double dresser—Larg4 mirror—Bookcase Bed — Large chest—Solid oak drawer inferiors—Dbve-tailed — Center /YMf V guides — Dust-proof UWUI $ State Opens Road Bids INDIANAPOLIS fUP) — The Indiana State Highway Depart-' ment Tuesday opened bids on 131 road construction and repair and I new bridge projects. Apparent low bidders included! Two bridges northwest of Waar- saw, over Tippecanoe River and Walnut Creek, R.L. Sohutt and Co., Indianapolis, $244,350. Resurfacing: 7.5 miles of U.S. 20, Porter- LaPorte Counties, Seneca Pet.ro- Wcarc, who will go to Africa. The Mourn Co., Chicago, $271,415. Flora Christian church will give 13 miles of U.S 30, Marshall- partially to their support. Besides the delegates, Mrs. William Helvie and Mrs. Carol Stout, were Mr. and Mrs. Everett Cochran, Mr. and Mrs. Wilbert Kenrick, Mr. and Mrs. Lee Eikenberry. Mesdamcs Jesse Spitlcr, Mabel Good, Maude McNeil, and W. and Miss Gladys C. Aschanhort, Hursh. William 'Helvie and CaroJ Stout attending the closing session Sunday forenoon of the Quadrennial assembly in the Hall of Music, Purdue. Their wives returned home with them in the afternoon. Mrs. Eva Gripe, who has been employed at the Mamie Kennedy Nursing Home, returned home Sunday to Logansport. Mrs. Catherine Gotshal returned to her home in Bringhurst Wednesday after spending several days in the home of her son, Cleo, in Sheridan. Coming home with her Kosciusko Counties, McrMahan- IHinois Corp., Rochester, $2(i7,0i>6. 8.5 miles of U.S. 30 from Columbia City to Allen-Whitley County line, Hipskind Drainage Co., Fort Wayne, S10(i,354. 4 miles of Inl. 312 from U.S. tt to U.S. 12 in Lake County, and .2 mile of U.S. 12 in Gary, Gallagher Asphalt Co., $338,486. Segments of Ind. 319 and 133 and U.S. 33 in Elkhart and .3 of Ind. 4 in Goshen, Rcith-Riley Cons'.ruction Co., Goshcn, $39,534. Gets Conscience Money COLUMBIA CITY (UP)—When EarllUiodes, manager of a Kroger store, opened an evelope stuck undor the door of the market, out tumbled a $5 bill and this note "1 took a bushel of apples aboul three years ago. Here is the money." WASHABLE CASUALS Foam Rubber Soles with, a Cushioned Insole Family Shoe Dept. Street Floor Beautiful pearl grey suite as illustrated—double dresser, mirror, bookcase bed, chest—all the features of bedroom suites selling for hundreds of dollars more! GO..-.GO..,GO! TO OLSEN'S THIRD FLOOR FOR HUGE SAVINGS! REGULARLY $269 198 TERMS? OF COURSE! $ SAVE $100 or more ON LIVING ROOM SUITES Yes, save $100 or more on the purchase of a new living room suite or sectional from OLSEN'S! 60. ..GO. ..GO! Beautlfufl 2 pc. Norwallc living room suite covered in long wearing twoed. Toast color—Modern styling. Guaranteed construction . Don't fail to see this lovely 2 pc. suite—Beautiful 'dark green covered in washable heavy nylon—T-cushion. 'MFG. LIST PRICE OLSEN'S REG. PRICE LESS TRADE IN $239 $189 $50 YOU PAY ONLY YOU SAVE $100! $ 139 MFG. LIST PRICE OLSEN'S REG. PRICE LESS TRADE IN YOU PAY ONLY YOU SAVE $100! $349 $299 $50 249 TRADE-IN YOUR OLD SUITE NOW AND GET $50 FOR IT REGARDLESS OF AGE OR CONDITION- SAVE $100. BUY THAT NEW SUITE OR SECTIONAL AT OLSEN'S APPLIANCES AT HUGE SAVINGS! PHIICO-BENDIX Automatic Washer With matching dryer—1 pair only! With trade- Only. $ MFG. LIST $649.90 450 PHM.CO 72V4 CD. FT. , DOUBLE DOOR REFRIGERATOR 90 pound frozen fofod locker. Butter keeper, automatic defrost beautiful interior $ ^^ REG. $539.95 333 BBND1X AUTOMATIC ELECTRIC DRYER 2 Only At This Price. REG. $189.95 W.T. .95 PHILCO CUSTOM 40" Electric Range C Automatic clock, 30" oven waist-high. Broil under glass, aluminum grill. KEG. $329.95 240 GROLSEY 19CU. FT. UPRIGHT FREEZER 5 year unit warranty; Fast fre«i« comp. REG. $549.95 369 W.T. 10" ELECTRIC FRY PAN FRY PAN WHILE THEY UST .79 TAPPAN BUHT-fN GAS OVEN AND BROILER Chrome fiinsh. Automatic clock — True oven tamp, control. $ RBG. $299.95 235 CHAIR SENSATIONS! 60,90,90! OLSEN'S THIRD FLOOR! CHANNEL BACK $39 „ VAIU£! WING CHAIR <p if FOAM RUBBER if GREEN, TURQ. if FIRST COME FIRST SERVED! VALUE- QUALITY -STYIE A MUST AT OLSEN'S! *24 Wrot Iron Occasional Chair Covered in easy clean plastic. Gold, Charcoal, beige, white. Whilo they last! Moderne Occasional Chair With gentle curve to arms. Gold, brown, lime, save. OUTSTANDING VALUE! T. V. Swivel Chairs 2 Only— Charcoal and Cinnamon-Comfort at a huge savings! Hi-Back Swivel Rocker With plastic arms adn headrest. Body covered in easy-sit 4000 denier acetate. White with black-Black with white—Tan and tan. Wrot Iron Boudoir Chairs Whtie, pink, turq., plastic seats. WHILE THEY LAST! REG. $74 *62 $3, SHOP OLSEN'S THIRD FLOOR TODAY! OVER 77 CHAIRS TO CHOOSE! SUMMER SAVINGS 5 POSITION ALUMINUM CHAISE Green duck covered cotton pad. Lays flat for bed.' While they lastl NEW! DRI-A-BREL'L OUTDOOR CLOTHES LINE Plus yard umbrella. Big 4'x6' —ISff of clothes hanging space. Dry your clothes in the shade! REG. $29.95 KJDDIE TR/AMPOUNE 16 88 REG, $19.95 taSK ^I^F 79 BEG. $19.95 UMBREUA AND TABLE $24.79 $8.79 LAMP SHADES ODDS AND ENDS VALUES TO $4.79 88 HANDY ANDY 21" Rotary Power Mowsr 2>/4 H. P. Clinton Engine. 4 cycle, r.coil starter. $ 59 LIMITED' SUPPLY TABLE LAMP CLEARANCE! All styles — Modern, Contemporary— Traditional. Values to $14.79. FURNITURE AND APPLIANCES - 3RO FLOOR

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