Ten Logansport, Indiana. Pharos-Trfbna* Friday Evening, November 15, 193T. GET HER THE BEST! She'll Jump With Joy With A New '58 ( FRIGIDAIRE WASHER for CLEANEST ClOTHIS for LINT REMOVAL for DRIEST SPIN By U.S. T*ltfng Co., inc., lore»t), moit diwifflnt hd»p«nd»nt ttitinir organization of lt| Iclnd In thi world. In f«iti of »l* I to ding automatic waihirt undtr controlled laboratory eondlfioni gi v»rrf)id by reports *29133 and • *29123-A, dotid May 2 and May 10, 1957.. See A 'Uive* Demanstrafion Today JACKSON-KITCHEL 51O High St. Phone 3085 s 1 I DUCK PIN BOWLING SET Complete with 10" Pins Balls, and 'Printed Mat. . YOU'LL ,: ENJOY SHOPPING WM $4.98 Unbreakable Polyethylene Also 'Carrying Case USE OUR CONVENIENT LAYAWAY PLAN Kiti:s<,irs 422 Broadway Logansport, Ind. GRAND IDEAS for GRAND GIVING FOR S'Uft£-TO-BE-WBLCOME G3FTS FOR EVERYONE FROM fNFANTS TO SENIOR CITIZENS, . DEPEND ON THE GIFT-SPOTTER This handy popular Gift.Directory quickly tells you the Whot-And-Wher* of Good Gift-Picking. •FINE'ITEMS EVERY TIME.' GIFTS FOR DAD GIFTS FOR MOTHER GIFTS FOB BROTHER GIFTS FOR SISTER GIFTS FOR CHILDREN GIFTS FOR THE HOME 3rd and Eel River • 96" x 48" table with folding steel legs • Can be used for picnics, luncheons or two card tables • Complete with four paddles, net and clamps, two balls, rule book and plastic accessory holder 3.00 Down 1.25 a Week $forc$ Phone 3922 A GlfJ FOR HOME IS ALWAYS WELCOME LINOLEUM 1.98 In 25 Assorted Patterns and Color* ARNEY'S FURNITURE 228 E. Market MAKE THIS A "WHITE CHRISTMAS" WITH THE NEW, RCA WHIRLPOOL SUPREME WASHER-DRYER COMBINATION CLOTHES IOOX BETTE1. . . IAST LONQBR . Gives Clothes Fre»h Air Fragrance BARNETT BARGAIN BARN 416 South 3rd Phone 2821 25% OFF IMPORTED CHINA Entire Stock 18 Pattern* All White . Translucent Serves 8; 4 extra cups, 100 pcs. for 12 $44.88 WARDS" MOHTOOMINV WAND i 1 i quors for Parties^ for Gifts •CHOOSE ONi OF OUR SPECIAL FAMOUS BRANDS IN ATTRACTIVE CHRISTMAS WRAPPINGS While Our Selection Is Complete REGAL LIQUOR STORE 408 4th St. Phone 2954 kin Our C/trisfmas Club for]95S Treat yourself and your family to a prepaid Christmas next year. . Small Weekly Deposits Will Do It JOIN NEXT PAYDAY THE FARMERS & MERCHANTS. STATE BANK SANTA SAYS. , . TO PLEASE DAD MEN'S OPERA MOCCASIN In Wine, Blue or Tan $4.95 407 ( E. Broadway Photw 4637 s I BUY NOW FOR CHRISTMAS Remarkable Sale Of FANCY PILLOWS $2.98 Dress up your living room ' with a foam rubber foundation pillows. Assorted designs and colors Coverings with zipper Top for cleaning. 320 Broadway Phone 4287 SANTA SPECIAL! Combination SANDWICH TOASTER & WAFFLE IRON Reg. 19.95 SPECIAL 99 • 176 sq. hi. cooking atwo CONVINIENT TERMS AVAILABLE BFGoodrich FIRST IN RUBBER -FIRST IN TUBELESS StaAt -Pol a i 1 "2J Low Down * Payment ! $1.25 Weekly for Him. ... „ 7 /4 Inch Utility 1 BUCK & DECKER DR:LL HEX KEY CHUCK $13.99 Handsome electric drill. Trigger switch locks in "on" ^ position. Handy tool. U.L. listed. GOODYEAR SERVICE 6th and Broadway Phone 2917 DOOR MIRRORS • 9 SIZES • 9 PRICES ri\CC. With each door Mirror purchased, a Miniature door and mirror will be given for wrapping. Measures 2"x7" and can be gift wrapped. The door mirror will be installed by us after Christmas at no extra charge. See our beautiful mirrors and miniatures at our store at 1 428 Michigan Ave. Order that mirror now and pick up your miniature Door and Mirrorl 8ET-R-WAY GLASS PROD., INC. 1428 Michigan Ave. Phone 2456 PERU- TWO Hurt in Car Mishap PERU — A Deedsville school teacher and a Logansport grandfather, shielding his granddaughter, were hurt in a two-car collision at a county intersection 10 miles north of here Tuesday afternoon. The teacher, Mrs. Verne Eilten- berry, aged 54, of route 3, Peru, was driving one car. She suffered a bruised thigh, shoulder and arm. Byron Horton, 57, route 5, Logansport, a passenger in the other car sustained several broken ribs. The little girl was not hurt and the driver, Louie Horton, 23, route 1, Denver, was not hurt. After the mishap, one-half mile west of US 31 and one mile north of Highway 16, Louie Horton went to his home one-half mile away, got his father's car and drove the injured persons to a doctor 'at Mexico. ' His car was left standing at the intersection and a third car driven by Samuel L. Colley, 19, of Twelve Mile, crashed into it. Damage to the Eikenberry car was estimated at $250, to the Horton car at $500 and the Colley car at $150. Lions Induct 8 Members Eight new members were inducted into the Logansport Lions club at the organization's regular Thursday night meeting in the Shrine club dining hall. Those taking the initiation were Bradley McClain, John Wood, Hal McElheny, Robert Peconga, Mel pstrow, Dr. G. H. Abner and Richard James. Charles Hefiey was not present for the ceremony. District Governor Keith Showalter presided at the induction and distributed pins and certificates to the new members. Colored slides from a trip through the Canadian provinces were shown by Ralph Searight. . Youth Sentenced to State Farm Term WTNAMAC —.A Michigan City youth was sentenced in circuit court here Thursday to 30 days at the state farm by Circuit Judge Robert E. Thompson. Tom Burnett, 21, was captured Wednesday morning in Pulaski county by state troopers, and was charged with license plate theft, operating a motor vehicle with improper registration and without a driver's license. George Gainey, 19, also of Michigan City, who was arrested along with Burnett, was released. Burnett .was taken to the state farm Friday morning by Pulaski coun- jty sheriff Ralph Galbreath. The youths were captured after a wild chase which ended when they abandoned their car and ran into a barbed wire-fence while attempting to hide in a field. Read the Classified Ads Hope to Present First Little Theatre Play in February The Logansport Little Theatre group hopes to be able to stage its first production by the end of February, it was announced following a meeting Thursday evening in the Columbia school. A constitution was adopted st the meeting, and it was tentatively agreed that the name of the organization would be the Logansport Little Theatre. Principal problem faced by the group is financial backing, Mrs. J. T. Hillis, president, indicated. A regular meeting place, which also could be used to present plays, also is being sought. The weekly meeting night has been changed from Thursday to Tuesday. Next Tuesday's meeting will be at 7:30 p.m. in the city building in the form of a workshop on makeup. Police Stop Elopement A 16-year-old Kokomo girl who was enroute to Tampa, Fla., with an 18-year-old South Bond boy to be married was scheduled to be turned over to Kokomo juvenile authorities Friday after local police brought the trip to a sudden end Thursday evening. Meanwhile, authorises were looking for the boy, Robert Eugene Brown, 18, who has relatives in Cass county. Don Armstrong, local probation officer, said the girl admitted that she had run away from the Children's Aid society in Misliawaka, where she had been sent by a Kokomo judge last November. She had come as far as Logansport by bus with the boy, leaving South Bend at noon. She stayed at the bus station while Brown left to try to obtain a car from his relatives so they could continue their trip to Florida. After she had been in the bus station several hours, the attendant notified police. The girl at first told police that she had been married before she left South Bend, but she admitted she had not taken a blood test or obtained a marriage license. She had only 85 cents. The girl spent the night in the Cass county jail. Her fiance could jnot be found. ',City Firemen to Hold Dance in K. of C. Hall The annual benefit dance of Bie Logansport fire department will be held from 9 to 12 p. m. Friday at the Knights of Columbus Hall, with music by Deb Tinkle and his band. Tickets, which may be obtained from the firemen, are $1 apiece. GRANGE MEET POSTPONED The dinner meeting of the Deacon, Juvenile Grange, originally set for noon Saturday, has been postponed util Nov. 23, it was announced today. Each child is to bring one piece of fruit for distribution to the elderly ladies of the community.
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