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Tuesday Evening, December 24, 1957. Logansport, Indiana, Pharos-Tribune Seventeen The "Pause That Replenishes" A Purse—Classified Ads COMBINATION CLASSIFIED RATES SAMPLE ADS THIS is a sample ad containing ten average size words. Art ad the above size can be run in both the Pharos-Tribune and Press at these low pricei: 10 words, 6 times $2.80 It w»rds. 3 times $1.60 THIS sample ad contains fifteen average size words. It performs'"I though we got only ONE dog in big jobs at low cost. Your message can be brought to 80,000 Pharos-Tribune and Press readers in an ad the above size for these low prices: IS words, 6 times $3.30 15 words, 3 times $2.40 10% discount for cash with order.. It box number is desired add 25 cents to cost ol ad. Cash must accompany all orders from outside Logansport unless credit has been previous!; estab- lisfctd. 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. IB case of error Advertiser must make correction before Recond Insertion. In .lernorlam and Card of Thanks figure 5 words to the line, heading counts as 2 lines. First line is charged at 30c per paper, each ad- 'ditional line at 25c per line per paper. Phone 4141 Ask for Want Ad Taker the Pharos-Tribune -.Press Want Ads!: 1 I. MERCHANTS WHO GIVE tED TRADING STAMPS H. Wtt,ER, Inc. House Furnishings Fourth and Market. Phone 3636 STOP wishing for a car! Select it today in the Want Ads! Lots ot bargains! I. 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 UNIVERSAL sewing machine will make an ideal gift for her. Priced from $69.50. Small deposit will lay-away for Christmas. 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—Beagle hound, brown and white. 224 Cole St. Ph, 9940. LOST—Saturday, lady's rose gold watch with black suede band. Reward. Phone collect 413-J, Montieello, Ind. 0. E. Crockett. LOST—Female Beagle hound near Morgan Hill. Scar on forehead and right flank. Reward. Call • 8117. LOST: Portfolio. Somewhere near Jackson or Meadlawn. Reward. Ph. 53354. LOST — 2 Beagles, spayed and male, southeast of Winamac. Reward, $25. Leroy Sayger, 406 Calho'un St., Gary, Ind. TUrner 53528. b. Personal Notices TURKEY dinners served 6. EMPLOYMENT e. Situations Wonted-Female WANTED: Dress and suit making. Mrs. Harold Crimmins, Twelve Mile. Ph. 2790. WANTED: Ironings and cleaning. Phone 20505. WANTED: Ironings, pickup and deliver. Mrs. Purtee. Phone 56074. WASHINGS and ironings, pickup and delivery, reasonable. Phone 8710. 2. PROFESSIONAL SERVICE COOKSEY SEWER SERVICE Free estimate. Phone 56074. f. Situatic- Wanted—Male JTOOL ENGINEERING design and I Drafting. Tools, Dies, Jigs, Fixtures. Permanent, part time or by the job. Call Logansport 7827. c. Moving, Hauling MOVING LOCAL & LONG DISTANCE LICENSED & INSURED CARRIERS BECK'S TRANSFER PHONE 3539 7. FARMERS COIUMN POLE buildings. For quality and lowest prices. Free estimates. Smiley Lumber Co., Route 1, Denver, Ind. Ph. Denver G6-F-22. d. Wanted—Prof. Services UPHOLSTERING and restyling. Charles Knill, R. 5, Logansport. i RUBBER LIME HAULING and fertilizer spreading. Also drive-way stone. Phone 56816. Ernest D. Homburg. TIRED wagon, $25; Phone 2670, Twelve Mile. f. Roofers, Tinners ROOFING, simng. eave troughs, new and repair work. Robert (Bob) Schodrof, 921 Garfield Ave. Phone 9755. pitcher pump, new, S5; cement mixer with motor, $35; hog house, $10. Mulcahy, Clymers. i. Plumbing & Heating TOILET, new, complete witn white seat, $30. Vi" O.D. copper tubing, 25c a ft. 54" cabinet sink $79.50. B & M SUPPLY COMPANY, 309 East Broadway. .Phone 3790. 3. AUTOMOTIVE b. Autos For Sale ECONOMY Imported cars. Sales, parts, service, trades, bank finance. Sportsman Imported Motors Montieello Ind. Phone 333. 1954 DeSoto Ftredome 8 4-door, power brakes, reasonable. Call 2818 after 4:00. 1923 4-door Model "T", run s good. Phone 40005. 4. DOGS, CATS, PETS GERMAN Shepherd puppies, black and tan coonhound pups, your choice, ?5.00. Phone Rochester CA-3-3581. DACHSHUND pups, ready for Christmas delivery. 1904 E. Broadway. BEAUTIFUL Cocker puppies, will make perfect Christmas gifts. Ph. 40030. PUG puppies, small dog. John • Rhody, Phone Royal Center 3465. BABY MALE Parakeets. Guaranteed to talk. $3.00. 531 Helm Phone 21198. WANTED: Good home for Collie dog, not for children. Ph. 2181, Young America. FORGOT TO BUY A GIFT? Gaddis Aquarium accomodates all last minute shoppers. Open late Christmas evening. Baby male parakeets, singer canaries, tropical fish, hamsters, aquarium and all pet supplies.'Ph. 2268. FOR SALE: Purebred fox terrier pups, good pets and hunters. Herbert Hardy. Phone 40170. 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. 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. c. Livestock 15 BRED sows. 3rd litter. Close : up. Don Gremelslacher, 40594. 30 ewes', one ram, will sort to suit buyer. Ph. 2640, Lucerne. FOR SALE — Purebred La.idrace boar. Phone Lucerne 2219. 39 weaning pigs for sale. Firs', house north of church in Metea. Charles Becker. 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 Logans, port 4905, Royal Center 2185, Lucerne 2460. HOG FARMERS. New 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. MEAT TYPE Spotted Poland boars. William Dixon, % mile South Lincoln. 10 FOR RENT 4 ROOMS, bath, modern apartment. 'Heat hot water. Ph. 7583. d. Farms and Acreages 75 ACRES corn land in Washington township. Call Logansport 7774 after 6 p.m. DAIRY farm for rent. Len Haven Farms, Walton, 2759. ' e. Houses & Duplexes SEMI-modern 3 room 'home for rent." Inquire 1705 Johnson. 5-ROOM semi-modern double, 419 13th. / 40678. SEMI-MODERN 3 rooms, attached garage, Westside. Ph. 40635. FOR RENT: 5-room modern, gar. age. Inquire 16 W. Linden. SMALL house. Inquire at 637 12th St. f Rooms SLEEPING room, close-in, private entrance. 823 E. Market. SINGLE sleeping room tor 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. g. Wanted To Rent 11. FOR SALE f. Wearing Apparel MEN'S coats and vests, $$1.00 each. Men's all wool pants, $7.95, 2 for $15.00. Men's work pants, 53.00. 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 Army's Test of Satellite Slated For Florida Base WASHINGTON (UP)—The Army has decided against a proposal to cloak its satellite-launching attempt in secrecy by holding it outside the United learned today. States, it was 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 Winesap Informed sources said suggestions were advanced within the Army to conduct the rocket-firing somewhere'like Panama or Puerto Rico. However too many obstacles arose and the attempt to lift the Army satellite into an orbit will be conducted at the Air Force missile test center at Cape Canaveral, Ocean Ships Will Reach Indiana Ports in 1959 BLOOMINGTON (UP)—Indiana University's Bureau of Business' Research said today ocean-going ships will be arriving in Indiana ports in early 1959 if "present St. Lawrence Seaway improvement schedules are met." I.U. experts said in the bureau's monthly publication, Indiana Business Review, the seaway will affect most Hoosier cities. "The St. Lawrence project is more than a great feat of modern engineering," the Review said. "It promises to be one of the most Fla. This is the same site used | significant economic developments for the Navy Vanguard satellite tests. in the present decade for Indiana and her sister states." The main reason advanced for Th ? experts.said because of the shifting the site of the Army fir- c relatively short distance from ing from Cape Canaveral to a Great Lakes ports to European more isolated spot was to avoid i markets ' " thc Prospects of lower apples on sale at your grocers! a , publicity buildup like Hie one 'winch preceded the the Vanguard and storage, % mile north of Lake Cicott.' Barr's Orchard. APPLES Jasper Flory & Son, High Street Roafl GALLON jug milk 66c. Try our Deluxe Ice Cream the finest. LENICK ICE CREAM, 141 Wheatland Ave. failure three weeks ago. From this standpoint Panama, Puerto Rico or other sites mentioned might have filled the bill. A launching place.farther south than Canaveral would have one added advantage — it would be 1 easier to reach the 18,000-mile-per- hour speed needed to get into an i orbit. The nearer the Equator you Sam Berkshire, 425 S. Cicott. furnished house or apartment: wanted in city or in nearby smal-j ]er town. Pharos-Tribune em-| 13 REAL ESTATE ployee. Permanent. Write Box 1 A-96, this newspaper. WANTED TO RENT: 2-3-bedroom! APPL ES, sweet cider, bananas go the more you can take ad- and potatoes. Open evenings, vantage of the speed of the earth's own rotation. ,. But the suggestion had insurmountable obstacles. The main one was lack pf tracking stations to follow the satellite's course. It is necessary to track the satellite 11. FOR SALE a. Household Goodx ODORLESS, soapless, gentle and kind, no foreign substance left behind in carpets cleaned with Blue Lustre. Flanegin Ace Hardware. jFOR SALE: The attractive Murray . home, one acre, Grass Creek, 'complete bathroom. .Appraised value $4500. Empty. Call Deamer & Deamer Realtors, Rochester. GAS stove, apartment size. Sea manager of Barnes Hotel. APARTMENT size gas range. Apartment size electric refrigerator. Good. Briggs Electric Co.,' . 205 Fifth. NEW Tappan gas ranges at Flanegin Ace Hardware, 310 E. Market. Ph. 4184. ADMIRAL COLOR TELEVISION GENERAL SUPPLY CO. FRED 'ANGLE—PHONE 40001 OWNER wishes to trade lovely mobile home for modern home in Logansport. Jefferies Agency, 403 East 13th St., Rochester. a. Houses BEDROOM house, full basement, storm windows^ gas heat, 3 years old. By owner, Wright St. Ph. 9601. transportation costs for incoming raw materials and outgoing Hoosier-manufactured and agricultural goods become pronounced." The article said the proposed port at Burns Ditch in Porter County would make Indiana only 200 miles farther from Hamburg, Germany, than Baltimore and 800 miles closer,than New Orleans. The experts contacted the Chambers of Commerce of a few of the major manufacturing cities in Indiana for their comments: Anderson—Interested because of auto parts and accessories industries in its area. "This city feels that a contemplated new highway (a part of the new federal highway building program) close to Anderson and passing running from Chicago to Cincinnati would enhance their position for .seaway shipping." Columbus—Predicted many Indiana firms would "feel the impact" of increased Chicago • Detroit Toledo industry but the cily would be more affecled by the Ohio River development. Fort Wayne—Believes the Toledo port will be its major outlet. It also mentioned the "possibility" tracking firms will use the city as an "alternate trucking terminal" for the Ohio outlet. Gary—Expects to benefit from industries desiring to locate near a port development in the Chicago area, although it now has no port. Indianapolis—Industry is "not geared to seaway trade patterns." Michigan City—Improving its public harbor because the 15-foot depth of the outlet "should expect considerable tonnage destined for inter-lake shipment." Muncie—Starting industrial development "which could be modified to the seaway program." South Bend—Manufacturers consider Toledo more favorable now but would "prefer proposed Burns Ditch port facilities." Terre Haute—Believes the seaway may provide the out-of-state markets for "Indiana's untapped reserves of coal." Elusive Snake Keeps This News Staff Rather Jumpy PPTITPCRT inn /TTT->\ TT__ TT- •, ... _..'•* course. Walton 6 ROOM, 1 story modern home, 3130 N. Pennsylvania Ave. Ph. 2489. MODERN home, 2708 East Broadway gas heat, incinerator, dishwasher, carpeted. Phone 6460. 21" GENERAL ELECTRIC televis-! R Qya l Center Church ion, less than 1 year old. Forced m vie tonsil. Any.reasonable offer. In- : rmns I,Ule quire 1223 Erie Ave. Noon Evening. or USED washing machine. Very good condition. Ph. 20235. NEW Nosco Fryrite, radio, portable ironer. 112 W. Colfax. GOOD used refrigerators at Flanegin Ace Hardware, 310 E. Market. Ph. 4184. b. Miscellaneous FOR SALE: 1955—42 it.- 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 FOR SALE: Young Berkshire 'boars. L. Ernest Fiedler. Phone . 40788. WE WANT TO thank all our cus- - tomers, 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. iFOR SALE: Good Spotted Poland China boars and gilts, fast growing kind. Burrows Phone 29-C. Ray Milburn. TWO-WHEEL trailer and Avery tractor. Don Mills, Lake Cicott, 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. Saturday. Penwell's Cafe, Fifth and North Street. Closed Sunday. PARAKEETS for Christmas. 4207 every p 0 u a wattomie Rd. Ph. 2610. 2. PROFESSIONAL SERVICE TERMITE CONTROL — Call 4664 for free inspection. Reliable Exterminators, 323 Pearl. SEWER TROUBLE? Call Bixler Roto Service Phone 2206 Laird & Conkiin Sewers cleaned electrically. SEWER SERVICE Septic tanks cleaned. Work guaranteed. Phone 40415 or 2280 LOGANSPORT SANITARY Sewer Service—Cleaners of septic tanks, cesspools, toilets, basement drains. Sewer cleaned with electric cutting machine. Free estimates. All work guaranteed. Prompt service. Phone 9664, YOU always stop or start with Suburbanite Snow Retreads. Quick service on all sizes including the "new" 14-inch tires, at Logan Tire Service. See Don or Doug Noranskay at 229 W. Market. Dial 3475. HAVING furnace or stoker trouble? Call Malott Heating, 9882. EVERY BUSINESSMAN: You can advertise your business here everyday on a yearly contract basis for only 16c a line per day Phone 4141 for further details. EAVE 'TROUGHS, carpenter work and dry walls. Free estimate. Call 21S10. Roy Randolph. PIANO TUNING SERVICE of pnven ability. 35 years experience. Free estimates. Dial zau. Clauds H. Conrad. ELECTRICAL appliance repair. Guaranteed work. Pickup and deliver. Phone 9825. Norma Kortos. 3 Beagle puppies, 2 months eld, nice Christmas present. Call 40926. FARM raised Beagles, ready to train. Phone 40013. b implement* HAMMERMILL and drive belt. Royal Center 3032 after 4:30. 9. FINANCIAL Car payments too nigh? See AMERICA-N SECURITY CO. 314 Fifty, Logansport. Dial 3218 HOUSETRAILER, 34' Kozy, 2 bedroom modern all metal, $1650, Call 5991. Harold Klopfenstein Stony Pike Trailer Court. FOR SALE: Grocery store with living quarters, in small town, doing! good business. Write Box A-81, this newspaper. 10. FOR RENT 5 EDUCATION a. Instructions ACME SCHOOL OF TOOL & DIE DESIGN, 312% Fifth St. Complete training in Mathematics, Drafting, Tool Design, Die Design. Mon., Wed., Thurs., 6:00 to 10:00 p.m. Veteran Approved. a. Apartments 3-ROOM upper furnished apartment, private bath, private entrance, heat furnished, i»50 per month. 517 Bates St., Logansport. Call at residence 9 a.m. to 9 p.m., Thursday, Friday and Saturday. Billy George. 6. EMPLOYMENT b. Help Wanted—Male MARRIED MAN for dairy and hog farm. Russell and Harold Reiff, Burnettsville. 3 ROOM, upper, modern, furnished apt. East end, adults. Ph. 4760. FUTURE SECURITY RAILROAD CAREERS MEN URGENTLY needed, 1835, who are interested 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. 2 ROOM, furnished apartments. Utilities furnished. $12.50 a week. Ph. 21588 or 4976. WANTED — 2 men to work in woods. Write Box 1 A-100, this newspaper. c. Male or Female Man or woman to supply nationally advertised Watkins Products to customers in Logansport. Average $2.50 per hour from start. No investment necessary. We help you start an independent business. Write D. E. Davenport, 74 E. Robinson Avenue, Barberton, Ohio. 2 APARTMENTS, 1 four 'and 1 Jive room,. hardwood floors, TV antennas, furnished, hot water heat, plenty of parsing space. Ph. 40856. 1000 E. Broadway. 6-ROOM apartment, modern, oil heat, garage. Phone 4673; 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. 3-ROOM furnished apartment on farm, 1 mile from city, utilities and private entranie, nice and quiet. Ph. 40954. • 3 ROOM apartments furnished. Inquire 800 North 3rd. Apartment 4. NICE 3-room apartment, 106 Eighth St. refrigerator and stove furnished, $60 per month. Ph. 4663 or 4695. 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 pn trailers and furniture with best of financing. BAIRD MOBILE HOMES, Inc. 2 Miles South of Peru on U.S. 31 Ph. Peru GR-39808 A Christmas carol and candlelight service will-be presented at 11 p.m. Tuesday, Christmas Eve, at .the church. Royal Center Methodist Singing by the cliolr will be di- '•eclcj by Mrs. Thomas Marshall, chorister, and Scripture readings will be presented by Wesley Strong, returned missionary from Brazil, A Christmas program was presented by the Sunday school at the church Sunday evening, and a program was held at the West Union Metliodist church Monday evening. Burnettsville Senior Named 'Good Citizen' BURNETTSVILLE — Marilyn Kauffman, 17 year old senior at Burnettsville High School, has'been named "good citizen" of White county by the Daughters of the American Revolution of West Lafayette. Miss Kauffman is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Kauffman. They live north of Burnettsville. STICKUP BY TELEGRAM TERRE HAUTE, Ind. <UP>well - dressed robber exceeded the 10-word limit and robbed a movie house of $70. Cashier Theodore Reinert said the bandil shoved a Western Union blank al him which said "This is a stickup Give me all the cash. I have a gun pointed coat." at you under my GET YOUR last minute Christmas Gifts at Harmony Corner tavern. Salt & pepper, cruet sets. CHRISTMAS trees and apples. Dwight Smith, north on 25, Airport road. HOUSETKA1LERS and accessories Buy, sell or trade. 2 ml N. W. on U. S. 36, Maple Springs. ERREE & SMITH Mobile Home Sales, Akron, Ind., Ph. 'TW-3-3285 or TW-3-2075. V« mi. S. Akron. Wishing you the best of everything, and hoping your dreams come true. Otto Hilbert to know exactly when to give itj the signal to. fire its final stage' rocket and push it-into an orbit. I Afterward scientists gain valuable! .information by following its: PETERSBURG (UP)—Yes, Vir| ginia, there is a viper, and the j elusive snake is disrupting the Christmas spirit by spending its holiday somewhere in the Petersburg Press plant. The fondest Christmas wish of the weekly newspaper's staff is that the snake either: (1) Make its whereabouts known so it can be disposed of, or, (2) leave the plant and go into winter hibernation like good snakes should. The snake, known locally as a spreading viper and more formally as an adder, was brought to j Rhoda Guy, who has been slaying here with his sister, Miss Mary Guy, is 'spending the holiday in Detroit, Mich., before going to New Orleans, La.,' to live. , , „, Mr. and Mrs. Max Bruner re- oil, hot water heat, 2 car garage, turned home Sunday from vaca- ticking in Florida. Mrs. Audrey Butz was a guest Sunday at a family gathering of the Clary family held at Lucerne. The Mothers' club held a Christmas luncheon at the'home of Mrs. George Shedron. afternoon business following officers During the meeting, the were, elected: President, Mrs. Onis Long; vice- president, Mrs. Arthur McDaniels; s e c r et a r y-treasurer, Mrs Lee the plant last Thursday by a well intentioned farmer, Harvey geon. hours while frightened girls and worried men staff members staged their fruitless snake hunt. • Since then, employes have been working with one eye out for a slithering form. They shake out their coats before putting them on, and open drawers with great care. Mrs. Helen Ault, a linotype operator who has been with the paper since 19H, summed it up by commenting "this is the worst thing that has ever happened." Close Draft Office : January tur-i The Cass county Selective Service office in (he court house will Sturgeon found the two-foot viper in his garden basking in the unseasonable southern Indiana warmth and took it to the plant - iar to » rove " snakcs Ume of edilor ot the Knight; reporter, Mrs. Elmer.' Thomas; flowers and cards, Mrs. ; Shedron and Mrs.-Knight. j ""-"•' "".'<="• '""•"' , vt ""= Contest prizes were won by Mrs. I paper, admitted the find was a Warren Wolftrd and Mrs. Jesse wonder- for Ihisl ime of year and let it go at that. John Thorpe, foreman of the plant, was even more taken by the dead-looking snake and s_et the uncapped jar in the back shop with the intention of taking it home that night. But the snake wasn't dead, just playing possum, and invigorated by the warmth of the composing room came to life and slithered from the jar. All work on putting out the Miller. Mystery pals were revealed and gifts were exchanged. Mrs. Ella Eades will entertain, in Jan : uary. Mrs. Wilmer Burrous entertained the D & 0 club at Christmas party. Officers named for next year are Mrs. Zeke Scott, president; Mrs. Bon Shedron, vice-president; and Mrs. Russell Cotterman, secretary-treasurer. • Mrs. Carl Hinkle, Mrs. Harold O'BIenis, and Mrs. Shedron won contest and game prizes. Mrs. Keith Hyman and Mrs. Edgar Ramer served refreshments. The Bunco club entertained their husbands at a buffet supper at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Jim Beechy. Attending were Mr. and Mrs. Danny Layman of Warsaw; Mr. and Mrs. Charles Remley, Mr. and Mrs. Roger Rhodes, Mr. and Mrs. Bob Ramer, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Strouch, Mr. and'Mrs. Bill Turner, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Saylors and Mr. and Mrs. Dan Guckien. The'Thimble club was entertained a: a Christmas luncheon at the home of Mrs. B. E. Butz. Mrs. Earl Paige and Mrs. Frank Small were accepted as new members. Officers named were Mrs. Frank Butz, president; Mrs. P. F. Erny, secretary-treasurer. Mrs. Butz won the contest prizes. Gifts' were exchanged. Mrs. J. E. Evands and granddaughters, Cristy, and Lou Brock; Mrs. Wilbur Kaufman, Mrs. James Hall, Mrs. R. M. Kaiser, Mrs. Willard Logan, Mrs. Claude Small and Mrs. E. F. Small. be closed until Thursday, Jan. 2, it was announced Tuesday by Mrs. Bernice Hawthorne, clerk of the board. The draft office closed at noon Tuesday along with the other offices of the court house for the Christmas holiday. NO TURKEY FOR LOVELESS DES MOINES, Iowa (UP)—Iowa Gov. Herschel C. Loveiess won't be eating much turkey Christmas Day — he's got a date with the dent:st today to have his remaining teeth pulled. "They're going to put the new teeth in right away," Loveless mourned, "but I don't think I'm going to be eating much Christmas dinner." ATTEND CONFERENCE BLOOMINGTON (UP) — Thirty- paper came to a sudden halt as'six Indiana University students employes began a gingerly search are scheduled to join more tan of the premises for the elusive in- 3,000 other students at the Na- truder. The search was conducted: tional Methodist Student Confer- cautiously since the spreading'ence at Lawrence, Kan., Dec. 27- viper has a reputation in this area for being poisonous. Publication was held up two Jan. 1. Theme of the conference will be "Our Lord, Our Church, Our Life." MONEY c. Musical Instruments 3HUTE & Butler piano, good con. dition. Mrs. William Poorman, Fulton Ph. UL-72691. MEDIUM SIZED upright piano. 205 N. Walnut Walton. Ph. 3674. 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 you high egg production, 12 to 16 months of lay. King's Hatchery and Feeds, Sixth and North St. ON YOUR SIGNATURE , O * OTHER SECU'RI TV $25 to $500 CASH LOANS UP TO $500 FOR THOSE HOLIDAY EXPENSES AND PURCHASES Phone, Write or Caff TOWN FINANCE COMPANY Across From Th» City Building 606 East Broadway BONDED GAS &OIL W« art hoping that ill the goodj thing* of life will b« youn to tajojr thit Cbrwtmtt tad for totny <Uyt to com*, From Havens Motors, Inc. Northern Indiana's Oldest and Largest Lincoln-Mercury Dealer and ALL EMPLOYEES Market at 25th Street

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