Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on June 27, 1957 · Page 8
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Logansport, Indiana
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Thursday, June 27, 1957
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Eight t/ogansport, Indiana, Fnaros-Tribune SOCIETY The Paix club will meet Friday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock at the home of Mrs. Vivian Grow, 204 Eel River avenue. S. Stout and Margaret E. Ferj son, both of Kokomo; James W iam Rush of Walton, Rt. 2 a Connie Kay Kuszmaul of Camd< IRt. 1: John L. Hilton of Lafay The Welcome Wagon Lullaby! ette and Sharon R. Smith of Log- club wiS begin a progressive sup-1 ansport; Homer V. Smith of per tonight at 6:30 o'clock at the I Twelve Mile. Rt. 1 and Gloria Ann home of EJaine Holland, 303 East j Crist of Twelve Mile. Colfax street. _ s 7 _ The CWF of the Spring Creek Christian church gathered at the The What —k- Next Class of the West Side Presbyterian church met Wednesday afternoon at 2 p.m. , Akron home of Mrs. Genevievei with Mrs. Lennie Rhyne. AVjore for a covered dish dinner! The meeting was conducted by Wednesday noon. . the president, Nina Hume. Jessie Thomason won the contest prize. The meeting closed with the repeating of the Mizpah. CARROLL FARMERS SEE RADIO-ACTIVE TRACER USED ON PLANTS Thursday Evening, June 27, 193T. Sharon Harvey gave a reading in opening on "Hence, We Are the Family of God" followed by the singing of "We Have An Anchor" The 31st. next meeting will be July and the remainder of the topic by Margaret Ann Moore. "Blest Be the Tie That Binds" was sung prior to roil call an- sv.-cred' by members telling what| tne wheatland Avenue Methodist time they got up that morning | church met wjth Mrs _ Fay H ark- One nundred and fifty-five chap- ; ins _ route 2| Tu esday evening, with ters of the Bible were reported j the pres j denli Mrs . A i ice H ersh- The Frances E. Willard Class of read and thirteen missionary books. Evelyn Johnston gave a talk on the Purdue Convocation and Gertie Hall, chairman of the lesson, held a question and answer period on Southeast Asia. The Lord's Prayer and benediction closed the meeting. Members of th ?.l i s s i o n a r-y society Wednesday afternoon with T | . T ~,,. . „,_,. J Morgan gave secretary ,e Miami Bapl.st. *^ d me soc.ety convened Mrs. Ada Pat'.on with the president, Mrs. Grace Miller opening the meeting with singing of "I Need Thee Every Hour" with Mrs. Miller accompanying on the piano. Mrs. Paulene Skelton led in prayer and devotions were given by Mrs. Agnes Flory reading a poem, "Brooding and Hatching." Twelve members answered roli call with a verse from the Bible. Mrs, Marie Steel and three chil- berger, in charge. Singing of the class song, "Meet Christ in the Morning" opened the meeting followed by Mrs, Alice Morgan giving devotions reading from scripture and giving prayer. Mrs. Morgan also gave a talk using as her topic the Bible. Mrs.. Anna Hyman and Mrs. and treas- members ans- call with quotations from the Bible. Three guests at the meeting were Mrs. Stella Mullenclore, of Delphi, house guest of the hostess, Mrs. Elsie Cullinx and Mrs, Tom Weigand. The Mispah closed the meeting. It was announced that no meeting will be held in July with the August meeting in feature a picnic at Dykeman park. Games and contests were played, Call Young Hoover Back As Advisor Son of Former President Will Serve As Oil Consultant With State Department WASHINGTON (UP)— Former | Undersecretary of State Herbert | Hoover Jr. has been called back ' to the State Department as a part- time consultant on oil and other problems, it was learned today. Hoover, 53-year-old son of the former President, resigned Feb. 1 from the No. 2 job in the State Department to return to private life in California. Administration sources said j Hoover returned to Uie State Department "for several days last week" to begin work as a 'on- sultant. He conferred with Secretary of State .Iplin Foster Dulles and other nfficipls on oil quota problems, Middle Eastern oil and PASTOR INSTALLED i Pharos-Tribune Photo-Engraving) The Rev. Eugene Grater, who was graduated June 17 from Anderson college and theological seminary, was installed as the new pastor of the Helm street Church of God recently in an im- domcslic oil problems rela;ing u> pressive service conducted by the foreign issues. Rev. Dwight McCurdy of Alcxan- While in Washington Hoover is drin. using the office of former Sen. j^ cv Waller F. George who now is in ],; j^ ]3]ej]i Georgia recovering from a heart [resignation some lime ago lo ac- condilion. George, special assist- ccpl lne pastorate of the First ant to President Eisenhower, j church of (Jod nl Rushville. hopes to make a trip to North I Bolll lhe HcVi and Mrs _ t; ra lcr c.ralcr succeeds the Rev. w \w submitted his dren were guests at the meeting, during lhe social hour and Mrs. Members gave Christian current!-Minnie Delzcll assisted the hostess events and a report on the house i ln serving refreshments, party at Franklin was presented! — "ft— by Mrs. Skelton, Vera Bennett and! Approximately fifty A radio-active tracer Is used to show the effect of nitrogen on absorption of phosphate by plants. Observing the device, on display today at the Purdue University Agronomy Field Day are (left to right) W. G. Duncan, Purdue agronomist; Ted Dlulcrlu, route 11, Lafayette; AL antic Treaty cotinlrioj if his health permits before resigning •his advisory post around the end of this year, officials said. Although Hoover has consulted l.s,',fV org'an music" he conducted a IwiUi the Slate Department Lhus| WL . d j inK ce remony uniting the pas- far chiefly on oil problems, a j tor and Uie congregation. Mrs. Mc- spokusman said he could be'^urdy sang, "The Lord's Prayer" liave been associated with lne Alexandria Church of God. Rev. McCurdy used Hie text, "A Charge lo Keep I Have." Then with Ralph Sullivan, route 4, Delphi, and John McC'ormick, Bringhurdl. (Pharos-Tribune Pliolo-EiiKruvlng.) brought in for advice and assign menl by Dulles "on any problem as needed." HUB Bible School Closing Program Held at Church The closing program of the Daily Vacation Bible school of Ibo North Third streel EUB church was held !Sunday evening at the church, us- Mrs. Miller. Mrs. Neva Head gave the secretary's report and Mrs. Agnes Flory the treasurer's report. Thank you notes Mrs. Miller from were the road by Mather School in North Carolina and the Christian Centre in Indianapolis thanking the group for boxen sent. The next meeting will be with Mrs. Read and Mrs. Gertrude Willon. Prayer by Mrs.'Read closed the meeting and a social hour followed with refreshments being served. Girls and Eastern Star ladies attended a regular formal meeting Monday evening at Wallon. Church attendance and apron inspection was taken by Mom I/all and Cynthia Johnson won the chair prize. Sharon Townsley, Cynthia Johnson, Martja Zollman, Marilyn Grusenmeyer and Sue Keener were honored for having June birthdays. Announcement v/as made that Ihe Rainbow Molhcrs supper will Walking wilh My Saviour." Pledge to the American flag was led by Cub and Boy Scouls followed by the song: "Back to God, America"; be held Julyffllh al thu Wallon Christian church. —'!:— \ Stunt night was enjoyed and pic- The Margaret Haddock Wesleyan; lures taken of members. Refresh- Service Guild of the Market Street ments were served. Methodi.vt church rnet Tuesday evening in the church parlors for their regular meetim; opened i v/ith singing of th/: Guild hymn, | and prayer was offered by Mabel Esbclman. ; Happy birthday was sung for three members. The program v/as in charge o/ Roseva Martin, and the worship In charge of Mary Kclker. Business was conducted by the President, Edith Ayrex, and reports from (he Conference Guild week- July 8th. next meeting be held Delegation Going To Lake Webster The following boys and from lhe Anoka and Bel hoi Meth- 'xlisl churches will attend the High School Institute at Lake Webster June ,'iOl.b—July Bth: .lay Kitchel, Lorry Kilche!, Dick Campion. Bur- Ion Reed Jeff Froy Larry Waller- son, Karen Felker, Linda Dcolcr, 4-H Girls Win Trip Demonslralion honors and a Irip In lhe dislricl cor.lesls at Frankfort on July 1.7, were won by three ing the theme, "Journeying With i Cass cour.ly senior division 4-H Jesus." ' Igirls when lhe special domonslra- In opening the program a.'! slu-jiiun eonlcsl was conducted Wed- dcnls sang Iho Ihcrne sum;, "I'm ncsday at the Washington township pledge led by In lhe Christian flag was Brownies and Girl Scouts, followed by the song, "Isn't II Grand lo be a Christian"; pledge to the Bible by the little children school. The three lop girls are Janel Shaffer of lhe Clinton Clymerelles, Marian Benner of lhe Clinton Cly- merelles and Janet Willis of Wash- inglon township. Miss Shaffer won first place wilh a demonslralion of canned vegetables. Miss Benne-r won honors wilh v/ux followed by the wing, "Jesus hc;r ice cruarn, in the dairy section Loves Me." The Reverend J. Campbell then led in prayer. The Bible School group then ,'iang: "All Things Work Together for Good, i'hc Wise Man," and "Walking with JHHUH." Teachers and helpers were inl reduced and a Iribule paid them by lhe director. The next, part of Hie program, in charge of the teachers and their cl.vises, incliidf.'d: Nursery, son/.;, "Baby Jesus Grew." Beginner:!: and Miss Willis emerged a ner due lo her proficiency cakes. Oilier girls in the contest, which wan judged by Mrs. Geneva floll- fngsworlh, arc- as follows: Crystal Smith of lhe Jefferson township Wililtu! Workers, who gol a second place for harve.il special (canned vegelahl Major Ellis to Leave Salvation Army Command Major and Mrs. |t. C. Ellis will offer a farewell message at the Salvation Army headquarters, 41.4 Third streel, a 1 - 7::i() p.m., June :!0. Major Ellis relired four years ago al Sbelbyville, Indiana, bul I was recalled lo active duty, in order lo lake charge of the Logansport area. Major Ellis look command here on January 30. The Ellises and Mrs. Kllis's mother, Mrs. Bertha Goodall, will leave for their home in Walkerton, Indiana on July 3. Major and Mrs. Ellis will be relieved of duly by Firsl Lieulenaiil Wanda McGregor and Second Lleu- lunanl Dorolhy Kornoelgo, of Co- Convict 2 Drivers On Traffic Counts Two drivers, who entered pleas of innocent in city court Thursday, were found guilly by Judge Harold Tuherly of separate traffic viola- linns. Cur,' M. Fowler, of route !>, Lo- gansporl, was lined $10 and SM.75 cosls for failure to yield the riyhl of way. Tried on a, similar charge, Hob- crl L. Cnchran, ci'.y, also was assessed a fine of $10 and $14.75 cosls. Harold Miller of lhe Union hold, was fined .$!> ami $K1 cosls for dis orderly conduct There were two cases of public Intoxication. verses and end was given by Indiana David- ij>onnie Kitchcl, Rita Hacr, karcnUonc "What You Are' mm, Lillian Hinkk-, Mary I-'ulkur,' ;( f . <;f j, j M ,jy Cunningham, Carol Kdilh Ayrci., Stella Reynolds and «,., Mabel K:;h«.-lrnan. The Uistricl Officers training day v/as announced for July 13 al Kus.viaville, and plan:/ were made, for a surnrner supper on July I!), using the same committee an lasl year. II wa.'<, voted to buy new lace tablecloths for lhe church, with Martha Park:-: and Mary Weaver named on the co/nrnilte': in charge. The meeting cloned with prayer by Gladys j'ufahl. Refreshments were nerved from Individual tables decorated • with spring flownn and /ja.ilol lapws by the cwmniUec, Vicla Murray, Eileen Hill arid Alda Byrt. Alpha Kappa chapter, Tau Phi I.arnlxia, Suprcmi; men's circle, will Forest Wood- hold formal pledge and initiation ceremonies Friday evcnins at 7:30 .o'clock al the Wheatland avenue Mi-thodi.il church. pl':d;:ei arc . a. i ;ki-(I lo be there no later lhan 7 o'clock. .1 Marriage licernes were Is' ye..terday by county clerk, Kll/a- bnili Uickcr, to Raljih E. Dyern of 827 High fllreet and Klta Mac Swank of Itt. I, Lucerne; Thoman eener, Jane Keener, Bonnie Wad- ami Barbara Wallorson. I'he.se young people will be staying al Iho SI. Mnrk.f collage. Those //ho will go -M counselors and cook* arc; Rev, Glenn Campion, Mr.",. Marguerite Campion, Mr;). Margaret Williams, Mrs. Florence Jones, and Mrs. Irma Keener. Kev. Campion will teach a cla.-w on- 'I "Caruum «f thu in. Seek His Way." For You." The i.'i, "Yi/ulh ATTKNDINO CONVKNTJON Miss Nancy Major, 18IP.4 Norlh rrtrcftl, »nc) llntwri 1). Mlnnlrrk, 22ZO North street, are attending the 25th anniversary convention of lhe American Soclnly of Medical Tecli- nolo;(|jiln at lh« Palmer lluune Ini LiHten." Primaries: Song, "Noah and lhe Ark" and a liiule verse. Juniors: .Song: "Slop by Slop." The group briefly explained whal they had learned each day. Inter- mediale Girls: Bible verses and Inlenne- and song, "My Hope In in the Lord." Remarks were made by the director. Thu Reverend Campbell had charge of the offering with Larry firnil.li af. the organ. The program came to a close by the Bible, school Ki;i«ing Its "Goodbye .Son);." Reverend Carnj)- bcill pronounced the benediction and lhe young people and children were preiienled award?! by llieir leaclier/i. Handwork wan un /lin- play. Two Elderly Men Injured in Falls Two elderjy viclirm; of fall); Weil- day '//ore taken to the hn:;pilnl w ' n " lumbia City, Indiaria. with Deaths and Funerals Hie close of Ihe service. The church was decorated with candles and red roses. Severn! members of the local congri-'gation attended ltc\ r . Grater's gradualion and also Hie inlcr- naliomil convention of thu church which slartud Juno 18. SHUMAN Final riles for Marian K. ffui- man, 40, will he conducted .'il in a.m. Friday nl lhe Krocgur chape! wilh Fr. Ita'me's Krcilkamp officiating. Burial will be made i:i Ml. Calvary cemclery. .Friends may call at the chapd. HAM, Final rites fur Khner Hall, 71. IHX1 Ninotcenlh, will he nmdneleil lit 'J. p.m. Friday al I In 1 MeC'.n.skcy- Ifrimillon chapel wilh llm Itcv. Paul (!r:ml officialiiu!. Burial Discusses Plans for Local Handicapped Children's School Henry .limes, president of the Cass counly council fur Menially Retarded children, was the guosl speaker al lli« meeline, of I he So- Rural Youth Plans Park Hamburger Fry A hamburger fry and treasure hunt will be staged al Spencer Park on July II by the Cass cuun- les); Sharon Hicks of thejl^ Rural Youth, township 4-Lcaf Clovers, p.m. 1'luns are bei starling al for dairy dips, won a second place; Patricia Crump of thu Lilian SchmuoH won third place wilh a demonstration of cream cheusu. ing mode to follow Ihese events wilh round anil ,sf|iiare dancing. The Rural Yonlh Invites anyone Interested in llieir aclivllles lo al- tend the evenl. ' Janice O'Donnell, chairman of the iniiinii, announced the following commitlees: Mary Lynn Whea- liin, Marion Hopkins, Dolores Klein and I'M llaumann, refresh- Xlmmurrnan was received by thejmeuls; Janice O'Donnell, Janice KagleH Lodge Wednesday aighl. al Allen, Juanlla S/rillli, Mac Overa regular inoellng, J(ay Ri.il.edt a/Mike Eagles Induct New Class at Meeting Till; under first dais lo be Inducted Worthy President Carl W. on membership, and C. R. liormll on lhe Pa- Iron 'Eagle prognim. Family program was scheduled for Friday niglil and Saturday's dancing will nd relea William ed following Irealinonl, Townuund, 711, of myui 1 and .loci ,Spll/.no|/,h:, ui.Usrlaln- mciil; Hevurly Vnn:, Linda Km-rur and Wildu SiiLlon, adverllseirienl. feature mu»l<: by inn Gladys French orchestra. riepniis on the slate convenllon In-Ill recently were pre.'iented by Tom Cowel'l, Mike MiLsxelman! '-'vi-nlng. anil J'JdwIn Pur/ich. The local Aerie also sent a (Ic.legnlinn lo Renii- Cub Pack Holds Monthly Meeting Cub Pack \rm held Us monthly rneollflK at Fnlrvlew p«."k Tiieminy fur lhe Di.slriel Nurnher II rneelinn Weilne.'iday niKhl. Al.lendanee awards went lo A. .1. Sharp, William II. Hornier, James Humes, Lawn-nee Head and ATTKNI) IIOUSK PAH'I'Y Mrs. Mel Chapman, High nlrcel Hoad, and Mr«, John Knk'M, "( Peru, left Wednesday morning for Iledford, Indiana, wlicre Ihey are attending the liapllnt Stale House parly rniielliiK ail the gueiils of Rev. and Mrs. Gordon Hyde. .'-ilreel and Broadway, A pa.'i.'ier-hy, Martin Hoop, Itl Ka:,l Seeond .'ttrecl, Peru, iiaw the accldenl and look Townsund lo SI. .losiiph'K ho.'i- pKal, where he v/an di:iini:!j:ed following Ircalinenl for t.".it« and Jjrui.'iwj on the face, Charle.'i Williams, 7!l, of 314% Market, sired, wa/i removed In SI, linjiplliil in n Kroegwr nm- wa;i iire»enle<l to Chicago, ffljihllglillnu the mc(!tln((|''':or«e Klrur.l, fell at Twfl;ily-flr.Hl.jLw)nar(l l ; 'o.il.«r, whlli! Ui« Pal. will be the annual hari'iuel Thiini-' " ' ' '""' day evening al,which lime awards for papers will be presented. Kittle, award Pal •Rose. bulaniM: after he full blisine;<;i area, down in Iho SITE OF NEW PULASKI COUNTY JAIL Hospital Notes MKMOKIAI, Ailniil.teil: Mauler Hilly Woolen, 4HI Cliff Drive; Mrs. Louise Ilix- ler, IIKX I'liiHl Mni'ltet ulniel; Mrs, llnr.nl HimUjiir, 4.'10 Uiihur' sln.'el; Charles Keiitenion, roulu 1, Cain- den; Minn Darleiii: Lo|(an, Lnl'ay- lille; Mlas Phyllhi Rice, 12011 Pulur Hlreel; Miss Mary llel.h Chnmberii, routi! 'i; Munlar Nail Chumber/i, roule 'i. IJliimlii.wil: Mauler Daniel Keycn, !)()! Wenl. Linden avenue; Mrs. Junior F. Lawnoii and (lauuhler, IHII I'.'leveiitli Hired; Mm. Ktrln lifii Twelve Mile; Mrs, Kilwln Gflnc.lorf and sun, roule MeCall, route Mm. Doimnbi:lle Iilnvll Minn Sixly Cuiijj and parents were In allendaiice al the meellng which featured a carry-In supper. The In Da v Id State Police Radio Receiver Loaned to Cass County Sheriff Tim Cass eounly sheriff's office In lhe fulurc will be able lo receive slati; police radio culls since lhe slate: police department has luanuil lhe sheriff's ileparlnienl an old radio receiver which formerly was in use In u stale poliee car. The sheriff's office has had a radio receiver equipped to receive local police calls for several years. J!y haviiiK a separate receiver lo receive slale police calls also lhe eiely nf Crippled Children and Adults held Wednesday night in '.he ciiy courl room. Me discussed Ihe new school lo be built here for bamlinippi'd children and .showed the. approved plans l» Ihe group. Mrs. Virginia Tinvnsend, presl- . . . ,,, .. . denl, repnrled thai only $H2 In be made in Ml. llnpe eemel, ; ry. ,,,,,,,,. ,.,..„ I)1()lli . y ,,.,,', KV| , ,. ( ,. Friends may call al Iho chapel. Retired Nurse Dies At Home Near Peru PKIIU—Mrs. Annie Grii-e, a !•<•• litx'd prncfK'a! nurse, died al ,'J:. r »0 a.m. Thur.silay al her residence on rtuile 4, Peru, following a Iwo year illness, She i-'ame lo Ihis community in Itlfifl from Los Aii|.;eles, Calif., where .she had iv.sideil fur 40 year. 1 ;. Born on Seplemher 20, llff'.l in lloanoke eounly, Va,, .she was Ibe efficiency of Lhu deparlmenl in ex- dmiKliler of Samuel and Sarah pe.clcd In be increased. | K'.lou Durmnml firicR. She married The Kl.nl.e polien deparlmenl Is'MinU-r K. Grnbb. Joaoln;.; old equipment to sovi.T.'jl, Survivor. 1 ) are: two .'ion city and county law enforcement, veil Crub'n and Wesley Grnbb agencies In this area lo give Ihem a closer knit urKa|il/.nlion. homns, Steven vak CHcelvuil hlii una-yunr !>'»> «nil Den Mother Theressn Imiae'i rir- celvisd both her one and two-year 111 us. Following the Hii|i|ier, » ball f/Hriu: won orKanlxed by Die Culm and their fulbern. The next tneellnj^, to l>« held July J.:| at Uylceninn park, will include a carry-In supper. Price of Fishing Licenses to Go Up Only two more days remain for the purchase of ImnUiifi anil HshliiK licenses al the present, prices, Mrs. Kliy.a'helh Bieiter, Cans county clerk, wanieil-Thursday. Tiiere bus been a Hllghl Increase 'In lhe nnmlier of liunllng and fish- Ing licenses Hold since Ihe price will /;» up 50 cents Monday, nhi: i.'iahl. All dealers muni have their books of licenses turned In lo lhe clerk's office by Saturday no lhe Honse- of Cody Wyo.; three sisters. Mrs. Sarah Mlnnlx and Mrs. llobi'i'l Ilnsleller, of Peru; and Mrs. W. W. llnrvi-.y, of mule 1. Peru; A grnmlrhlldrrn nnil three gri'nl grandchildren, Final riles will he conducted al 'i p.m. .Sunday n' lhe [Iraki- eeii on the, licenses can be by tin; clerk. women from ;IO uliilen In atleiui- anei! al liii! i:ilh annual lloiriemo- i.hers Tralnln,x sehool nl I'nnlue Unlvei'Mll.y cniKliiclcd from June. H UiroiiKti W.. Thin tract of Inml In fnri:«niun(l In lhe fulurn «!(« «f t'ulimkl i:»«nty'« new lull, Lit hi; Imllt ul nn cullrniited coxt nf fW.OOU from cuunly IniidH. Tin; oni:-nl«ry brick bullilliiK will <:»ntaln tlm Jull, »hurirf'H r*«l<If;nce mid two-car jjaraxc. Bld» lor <"•-ilructlun will bo let July 12. Counly court hiiiine In In buck- ground. (I'liuroii-Trlbunc I'liolo-Eii(!ravlnK.> Klalne Obi.Tlte.hr, roule I, Carnden. ST. JOHKPH'H Burn: To Mr, ami Mrs. Donald lieclunan, route 3, a son. Adinltled: Minn Flora Jackson, Ulli Twelfth street,; James liur- rov/.'i, Wlniiinac; Minn Karen Huff- 111:111, route I. Royal Center; Mauler Michael liniill, HIM Garfleld avenue; Cecil Mni'ler, KIM Wood- Uwn avenue; Master Gary Down- Iliour, roulo I, Galvciilon; Mrs, I Marietta P'nl;icr, ffii fievcnloenlli Hired; Ralph Flnlde Jr., Peru; MiMii Sharon Goodfollow, Athens, Ohio. DliiinliiKed: Mrs, Mnry ,loe Albln, IVil Lobelia Ktrx'cl; Mln.s Margurot Lalnit, Zlil'A Twelfth iilreel; Virgil Myerjj Jr., roule (1; M.rn, Mae PC- trie, route I. WfLNON KKUN1ON The J, C. Wll.'ion reunion will l>« held July 4 ul the Doer Creek Con- /iorvallon club. Read the Classified Ads "EXECUTOR'S PUBLIC'AUCTION OF^REAr ESTATE AND PERSONAL PROPERTY Tiro Ufidendmied Kxeciitoi' will well at public auction, nl llio )'il« r«nlili;nci! of Freil Allen, decennwl, loealed Z miles Norlli of Iliirllng- Ion, Indlnnn, vin Indiana SI ale Roml Ml, Ihon J /4 irille West on Counly (travel road, nl t o'clock P.M., Central lliiyllHhl SavInK Tlmii SATURDAY, JUNE 29, 1957 certain purnonnl iiroiierly and lhe followini.; real eiitule In )lurllii|{lon Township, Carroll County, Indiana, belonging to lhe enlali! of said dccodenl: HKAf. KSTATK— AlZ-nure l.rnct IncliiflliiK 1111 li-rooin hoiim;, n practically new fr/unu Kmvme, a hen-house, '). brooder houses, mid 10 aei'oii ut tlllabli) farm JnmJ, Tin.' iinderxlKnnd Kxuculor reaerves the rlgbl to reject any final bid which does nol eiiual the full appraised vahiii of iiueh real enl.nle. Tim personal properly of the deceased, which will bo mild al Hi Hiiiii'i lime mid place, Include)): IIOIJSK/IOLO CJOOIJS, KI'C.—0. M. nifrlXcnUor, ttjiurl/tient (due KIIH I'unKe, electric wunhliiK rnachlnu, illnlng room suite, 2 be,ln, dremi- er, library table, 4 rocking chulr/i, 2 klli-'hen/calilnet:i, IWl-plecit mil. nf (lls)icn, kltcliuii I'uiiKi), coul heiitlug stove, RCA lable model TV «(tl, |SlnKe,r sewliiK iruichlne Hint bobbin), power Inwnmower, 4 guiis In- eluding antl,|Uu rnu/xle-loadlnK Hholgiin and rifle, hiinii toolN, and numerouii oilier Hems. AUTOMOIilLK—)IM7 Ford Mant miihin, Hinmlitnl nunrnliltl. HI'IFHESHMENTS SKRVKD ON PRI'IMISI* BV LADIKS OK ' IMIIWIN MKTIIOIJIST CHURCH. For leri-iiii of siile or furlhcr Information, contact ullher of following: ceiveil (liirini; Ihe past, month, brini'.ini! Ihe total In S2,-l'.i',l.W. One new name was Mibinilteil for lhe liirl Seoul rump July 22-2(1. Bloomington Mayor Sued for Divorce BLOOMI.N'CTON ii;i'i — Mayor Thomas L. Lemon was sued for liiwiree Wedae.silay by his wif« Belly. Mrs, Lemon siniillit to end a l!t- yeai 1 marriage oil i.Tuund.s th« mayor wa.s gnilly »f "cruel and nil :m:in IriMtmenl " Til,. r[iii|ile lui.s- Iwd wins I. 1 ! ,'iml \'l. years old. Lemon, now serving a second fonr-yenr lerm us Hlooniingl<iirs chief exeenlive, wa.-, a Demoeralie enmlidalc for secrelary of staie oH Indiana in Ihe r.l.''ii election. Dr. Hogle Elected Medical Staff Head l)r, Frank llonie. assislimt :,n|)er- iuleljilelll. ol Ihe Lo/;jnl.sporl ,st/!fc hospi'.al. was rleeli-d pri'Milenl ol Ihe l.oni'.eliir meilii'a! stall in a Illeelini; ju the eolllerenee room ol I hi> ailmlni.'.l rat ion building We<l- l>r. Fn:,.-; Setlenelt wit:i eleetell vii-e |ire.'.iik'lil, and Dr. Unbelt Masehmeyer WIIH eh-eteil M-CTU- lary. Dr. llogle l.-t ex-olllclii ehairinan of Ihe exeenlive comiiiiUee. Other menllier.'J ol Hie eoijmiilteo ello.M'Il WeilncMlay an- Dr. Hoy Sloan. Dr. K. II. Jewell, nnil Dr. Colonel Markey. Alielion ill Ihe Hlolly I'llle Roller Mink Kirn;!, l,0|.;nii'.|iorl, Ind. Sale Saliinlay, June 2!). Sale nl I p.m. iliS'l'i lleneh :inw, '}. exlrn r.ood refr!|.;eriitoi:i, writing deidi, roll-away lied, ehe:,|. Shanks (lower drill. Inblcs, ilremiers, sink, eleelrle HV/ei'|ier, vnetium elenner, TV, iivini/. room Miites, will- down, screens, gas :ilove, i,ewhi|.: maehine.'i, ( exlrn i.;ood oil henler, bed and sprlni'.ri, oil hnrrcls, drop-leaf lablen, .slinlio eonehes, ijnk, cooking, uteniiils, many other arlielen not. nn-iilioiieil. Brills nuy saleable properly yon want In sell. Several exlra good jileceii in wilB. T«nii«, Ca.'ib. Nol. i-espoii'iible. Im arriilenl/i. Wnlilron, And. Dial •lO'Kiil. Liineh roinii open from n a.m. lo p.m. Dial Wfl. Sflnr.idl offleialini/.. Infeniteiil will he maili 1 in Ihe Sh l''riei]{|;i may view 10 a, in. Salnnlay. iek e boily Hrlllsh ActiTHH Anlin l>lvi>rce LONDON (HI'l-HoMimy llrillsh Him »lar Diana Dors lil'ed a divorce elaim Wi^dne.sday nj;aiii.'{t her husband, Dennh llamil'.on. MI,S)i Dors anil llniiiiluni were married 111 July, Ililil. They MJH- ruled mw-eral wei'lci ai'o, shoi'tlv . AT I'lWOUK MKBTINC! - InSlur reliirnliiH from Hollywood.' . Mrs. Klhel K. Van Tilbury, 1B24 Jui'lh Blrei.'t, wus iimoii); the 130 IIANNA (!( IIANNA ATTYS. IVOR KXUCUTOIl 120 W. Main, Delphi, Ind. Phone; Delphi 32 Glenn Elkenborry, Clerk WALTCIt ALLl'.'N KXKCUTOH H0:t H. Center, Flora, Iml. Phone; Kloro 24HL Klnclmrt, Auctioneer We. will »i-ll nl I' Auction Room, Emit Main OUR PLANT will be CLOSED Week of July 1st thru 6th for VACATION Chronicle Printing Co. QUALITY PRINTING IS NOT EXPENSIVE

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