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Logansport, Indiana
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Thursday, December 26, 1957
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Thursday Evening, December 26, 1957. Canine Psychiatrist Speaks Out on Dog Care LONDON (UP) — Does your dog have problems? Douglas Appleton, who claims to be the world's only canine psychiatrist, will solve them for you. It's all a matter of how you treat them, he said. Dogs only get neurotic if their owners drive them that way. Appleton runs a thriving business exporting dogs to the United States and hiring them out as movie actors. On the side, he also psycho-analyzes dogs who find the cares of the world too much for them. . The main trouble with dogs, he said, is owners. Owners transfer their own neuroses to their pets and pretty soon the dogs just become a mass of inhibitions. Can't Keep Pet Appleton should know. He makes about 5,000 pounds ($14,000) a year out of doggie psychiatry, and said he could make more if he devoted more time to it. Tall and dashingly mousta- chioed, bachelor Appleton has been in the business only 5 of his 47 years. After war service as a Royal Air Force pilot, he went into engineering before discovering that naturally enough the love of dogs outweighed girders. his love of steel "I don't keep a dog as a pet," he said. "In business you can't afford to get too sentimental over one particular animal. "I picked up psychiatry on the side, just watching the way all the dogs in my kennels behave. You learn a lot about dogs just by picking out those which are anti-social. "Most dogs are basically uncomplicated creatures. The trouble is that their owners develop certain anti • social habits and transfer them to the dogs. Reflect Owners Habits "If I have a v/oman come to me to tell me that her dog doesn't like white Pekinese I always ask her if SHE likes them. Nine times out of her ten she doesn't, and her . hostility is communicated to the dog." Appleton says he always tells the owners to behave differently if they want their dogs to improve. "If a dog is hysterical I tell the owner not to be so emotional," he said. "If a dog snaps at everyone it's because its owner is short tempered. As for dogs who stay out Delphi Native Dies in East DELPHI — Rites are pending at the Eikenberry Funeral Home for Dr. William Joseph Clauser, native of Delphi, who died unexpectedly Tuesday evening at Boston, Mass, after a heart attack. He was 49. Dr. Clauser was born in Delphi on July 22, 1908 to Dr. Albert and Mary Simms Clauser. The father is dead but the mother survives, residing in Lafayette. The deceased man was graduated from Depaul University in 1929. He studied medicine at Indiana University, graduating there in 1932. He served in the US Navy Medical Corp during WWII. For the past several years he has been a practicing psychiatrist in Boston and has lectured at Harvard University. He was a member of the Delphi Presbyterian church, and of several fraternities. Other survivors include two brothers, Stewart F. of Lafayette and Robert of Detroit; two uncles, Roy Clauser, mayor of Delphi; and John Simms of Chicago. The body is being returned to the funeral home in Delphi for services. Bites will be held Sunday at 2 p.m. at the Delphi Presbyterian church. Rev. Jame-s Ranki-n will officiate. Burial will be in Masonic cemetery. The body will lie in state from 1-2 p.m. Sunday Friends may call at the funeral home Saturday after 2 p.m. Charles Hartwick, Of Winamac, Dies; Funeral Saturday WINAMAC Charles F. Hart- all night — they themselves." speak for Marvin Byrum, ,77, Burlington, Dies BURLINGTON — Marvin B. Byrum, 77, died at 11:25 p.m. Tuesday at St. Joseph's hospital in Kokomo. He was born in Howard county July 18, 1880, the son of John and Mary Fagley Byrum. In 1904 he married Myrtle Harrell, who survives. ' Also surviving are a son, Richard, Kokomo; a daughter, Mrs. Mary Campbell, Kokomo; a sister, Mrs. Mary Harness, Rome, Italy; and eight grandchildren. Friends may call at the Leiter funeral home in Flora. Services will be at the Burlington Brethren church at 1:30 p.m. Friday, with the Rev. Floyd Sibbert officiating. The body will lie in state at the church for one hour before wick, 51, died unexpectedly at 4:45 p m. Wednesday at his farm home two miles southwest of here, after suffering a heart attack. Born March 17, 1906, he was a lifelong resident of Pulaski county His parents were Frank and Anna Overpeck Hartwick. In 1927 he married Gladys Bridgroom, who survives. He was an active member of the Pulaski county Farm Bureau and the Winamac Methodist church. Surviving besides the wife are a son, Frederick E., a daughter. Linda K., a sister, Mrs. Carl Hall, and one grandchild, all of Winamac. A daughter, Mrs. Marcella Schultz, dic-d Nov. 12. Friends may call at the Frye- Lange funeral home, where services will be at 2 p. m. Saturday. The Rev. Barton Fletcher will of-i FIREMEN DISTRIBUTE CHRISTMAS BASKETS Logansport, Indiana, Pharos-Tribune Ninctee* Appeals City Court Case Four defendants were fined, one on' "peeping Tom" charges, by Judge Harold Tuberty in city court i Thursday morning, while a request j for an appeal on a previous con- vistion was filed. George' Brubaker, attorney for Howard Pickett, 29, of 1015 High street, filed tie request for an appeal to toe Cass county circuit court on Pickett's conviction Tuesday of assault and battery, his second -conviction this month. Pickett received a fine of $100 and costs and a 60-day term at the state farm on the.charge after being found guilty by Judge Tuberty. The appeal bond was set at $100. Norman Means, 33, of 1422 Erie avenue, was found guilty, on "peeping Tom" charges by Judge Tuberty Thursday upon completion of his trial, and he was given a fine of $10 and $13 costs, and a 30-day suspended j,>.l sentence. Robert Kindall, 39, of 522 West Broadway, changed his plea on an assault and battery charge to guilty and was fined $1 and SiS costs. John H. Romig, 1022 Seventeenth street, received the same fine for disorderly conduct, and a 10-day 'jail sentence was suspended. One defendant was fined for public intoxication. Heavy Rain Brings New Flood Threats Delphi Final riles for Levi P. Anderson, Delphi printer, were held at Lisbon, Ohio, Tuesday following memorial services ft tti» Jackson funeral home Saturday night. Rev. James W. Rankin officiated and Mrs. Edith Farr was at the organ. Mrs. Anderson drove to Ohio and planned to return to Delphi Saturday. Among those here from a distance to attend the funeral rites for Abner H. Bowen Monday were: Mr. and Mrs. Howard Hageman, Chesterton, Mrs. James Stokes, <^±^f ^'^ S^dS^T'^ n^'down! By UNITED PRESS The wettest year of the 20ft century was assured in Indian: today and there was a good chanc« the all-time record for Hoosierlanc may be eclipsed before 1957 bows out. Tlie U.S. Weather Bureau sai<! mare than an ir.cli of precipitatioc on one of the rainiest Christmas holidays in recent years pushed total rainfall in the Indianapolis area this year to 55.5 inches- more than 16 inches above normal The all-time record of 57.6! inches was recorded in 1876. Just as Hoosierland was in tha fire-fighters in their annual project (Pharos-Tribune Photo-Engraving) Two Logansport firemen arc shown with the 1 2 Christinas baskets which were distributed to needy families for the holiday. Shown above are Bob Cris pen, on the left, and -George Morris. The 12 Christmas baskets which included chicken and all the trimmings, with staples, were given to families other than those who received the 12 Thanksgiving has kcts distributed by the firemen. Names of the f ami. Aw^U Ic- P«f«l lies were reported to the American Legion, which sent toys lor children in the homej visited by the Meatr ArrOCK IS TOTai " ' ' To Elderly Peru Man PERU, Ind. — T. M. Hulce died suddenly at 10 a.m. Thursday from a heart attack at his house trailer in Bob and John's trailer court on West River street. The body was removed to the Eikenberry funeral home, where arrangements are pending. Fifty-Yea r Award To Be Presented At Masonic Supper A 50-year pin will be awarded to Sam Sprinkle and new officers will be installed at the annual St. John's oyster supper of the Galveston Masonic lodge at 6 o'clock Friday evening in the Galveston Masonic hall. The 50-year pin will be presented by William Cree, past master of the lodge. Rites Saturday At Peru For Mrs. Fornshell PERU — Rites will be held at the E-ikenberry Funeral Home at 2 p.m. Saturday [or Mrs. Mittie A. Fornshell, 11 Tippecanoe street, who died Wednesday afternoon at a Blufft'on clinic. She was 83, a lifelong resident of Peru, Rev. James Gillespie will officiate at the services. Burial will be in Mount Hope cemetery. Friends may call after 7 p.m. Friday at the funeral home. daughters, Mrs. Gardner Marti and husband of near Burrows, an Mr. and Mrs. Richard Howkinso of Monticello, and their families Dean Day and Mr. and Mrs Dale Day and Kevin of Blooming ton spent the holidays with Mr. an Mrs. Rex Day. Dale and his fair ily also visited his wife's parent. M'r. and Mrs. Russell Oyler, we: of Flora. Mr. and Mrs. Rex Day and fan ily spent Christmas with Mr., an Mrs. Kenneth Hilar.d at Kewanni Clint and Charles Eisenhai The 1958 officers to be installed 'by Wayne Wilson, past master, are Ed Bulllck, worshipful master; Hershel Moss, senior warden; Elvin Cunningham, junior warden; Ray Atteberry, senior deacon; Stanley Mynarski, junior deacon; Jack Johnson, senior steward; John Parks, junior steward; aid Longwith, Mrs. Reid Green and son John, Pittsburgh, Pa.; Mrs. Henry Abels, Mr. and Mrs. John Ruckel, Springfield, 111.; Dr. and Mrs. Falkenburgh, West Lafayette; Mr. and Mrs. Bowen Robinson, Mrs. Freda Engle, John Smock, Lafayette; Wm. B. Reid, St. Louis, Mo. and Mr. and Mrs. Charles Bowen, Champaign, 111. Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Jackson and daughter Xancy, Mrs. A. F. Kenne, Lafayette, Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Jackson, Frankfort and Dr. and Mrs. Hamersley, Nancy and Richard, have gone to Florida to i spend ten days. Mrs. Kenne may remain for a longer vacation. Mr. and Mrs. Grover Kite, Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Packard and sons, David, Michael and Robert spent Christmas day with Mr. and Mrs. Donald Kile and family in Logansport. Mrs. L. H. Smith received word Saturday of the death of her sister-in-law, Mrs. Joe R. Chapman pours caused rises of up to three feet over the headwaters of th« Wabash and While Rivers. The Indianapolis Wealher Bureau said precipitation during the 24-hour period ending at 7 a.m. today totaled one-half to 1% inches from the upper Wabash to the central and southern portions of the state. However, weather exports said the new river stages are lowei than those of last week's rise. "Downstream rises will gen- dieted crests," forecasters said. ; The weatherman did another about-face Wednesday. Twenty- four hours after he gave the green light for "fair" weather on -the holiday, the flood gates opened ujj again. Bloomington reported 1,6 inches of rain. Many other cities and towns, including Crawfordsville, Winchester, Indianapolis, Martins_ There are more than 100,000 mo-1 at worthing, S. D., the former ville, Elliston, Edwardsport, Co- tion picture theaters in the world. |Ann Cavanaugh. She resided a'Jlumbus, Scottsburg, Shoals, West Mrs. Fornshell was born in At-1 spent Christmas with Mr. and Mrs. George Hicks, chaplain; and Paul Carver, tyler. Bob King of Miami, Ind., will provide entertainment. The supper is for all Masons and the families and the widows of deceased Masons and their families. Each family is to bring a dish to pass. kinson, Kan. on Sept. 21, 1874. Her parents were Samuel and Emma Reynolds Ernul. She was married to J. P. Fornshell in M!97. He died in 1906. She was a member of the First Presbyterian Church. Survivors include one sister, Mrs. G. J. Sei-bert, North Manchester. Hill cemetery. Lydia Dix, 78, Dies it Indianapolis . Lydia Dix, 78, of 1004 North ficiate. Burial will be in Crown i s t reei> died a t 10 a .m. Thursday at .he Methodist hospital in Indianapolis. She had been in ill-health for iwo years and had been in the hospital since Dec. 12. Born Nov. 20, 1879 in Mohamit, 111., she was the daughter of William and Pamelia Million Shelton. She was a member of the Methodist church, and was a practical nurse for 30 years. Surviving are two sons, Harold Canfield, Fort Wayne, and Stanley Canfield, Indianapolis; a daugh ter, Mrs. Ruth Gaskeil, 1004 North street; six grandchildren and 13 great grandchildren. Friends may call after noon Friday at the Fisher funeral. home, where rites are pending. Rites Saturday For Mrs. Dilts Of Peru PEIRU — Rites will be held fit the Eikenberry Funeral Home Saturday at 10:30 a.m. for Mrs. Martha Dilts, who died Wednesday at her residence 575 W. Third street, after three weeks illness. She was 78. Rev. Russell P. Fhalley will officiate at the services. Burial will be in Mount Hope cemetery. Friends may call at the funeral home -after 2 p.m. Friday. Mrs. Dilts was born on Sept. 1 Logansport. Her pa-rents ^±^ iU ^ ^ ^ - -e ^Tan^MarV Dog>he lington cemetery. The family has requested that Cowers be.ommitted, and that contributions be made to the American Diabetic Association instead. of Celebration Leads To Loss of License Jack Frederick Brooker, 36, Kokomo, was arrested Tuesday night on U.S. highway 35 south of Logansport by State Trooper Richard Keyes on a charge of operating a motor vehicle while under the influence of intoxicating liquor. His right to drive was suspend ed for a year and he was fined $10 and costs on his plea of guilty to the charge in the local justice court. He was released from jail Christmas afternoon after the fine and costs were paid. was m-arried on July 4, 1894 t< Noah M. Dilts, who died on Apr! 3, 1939. She was a member of the Moose lodge and the Royal Neighbors of America. Survivors include five sons, Alvin and David of Peru, Chester and Jay of Dallas, Tex. and James of Lakeworth, Fla; two daughters, Mrs. Joe Arwood of Mexico and Mrs. Ernest Fox of Dallas, Tex.; two sisters, Mrs. Cora Skinner of Logansport and Mrs. Sarah- Denton of Indianapolis; 20 grandchildren, 41 great grandchildren, one great, great grandchild; four sons, three brothers, and five sisters are dead. Flora Team Wins At Crop-Judging DELPHI — The Flora team won the crop-judging contest here last week and will move up into district competition. High point man in the contest was Wayne Beckner. Other three j members of the Flora, team were Kenneth Flora, Ned Parrett, and Gary Skiles. Second high in number of points compiled was Joe Myer of Cutler. Kenneth Flora and Gaylor Haan placed third and fourth, and Ron Slaver.-s of Delphi, fifth. Republican Albert Greenlee and Democrat Robert R. Martin. Martin succeeds Guy A. Malone, who has been appointed provisional director of the county welfare department. Greenlee was reappointed by Judge Russell Gordon. The commissioners will meet on FLORA Mr. and Mrs. Paul Oilman and three children of Charlotte, N. C. spent Christmas with his parents, VIr. and Mrs. Raymond Dillman in Carrolton township, • and visited rela'.ives in the area. Mr. and Mrs. Gene Hipshire and two daughters of St. Petersburg, Fla., arrived Saturday " night to spent Christmas with "her mother, Mrs. Lucy Krauss, and other relatives. Jim Clen of Cutler was one of the Secret Service men who accompanied President Eisenhower to Paris lor the NATO conference. Mr-s. Clen is ttie former Doris Fife, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Lester Fife, of near Flora. William Eckerle, who was taken ill Saturday night, entered Memorial Hospital, Logansport, Monday for observation and x-rays. Mr. and Mrs. Lee Eckerle and son of Moorhead, Minn, arrived Sunday for a visit with his father, William Eckerle. Guests of Mr. and Mrs. Russell Harter on Christmas were Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Payne and family, of Indianapolis, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Harter and family of Auburn, and Mr. and Mrs. Tom Garrison and family, and Elaine Harter. Mr. and Mrs. Gene Dillman and two children of Fowler visited rel- Claude Foster and son in Delphi, and other friends. Mrs. Mary Jordan, Bringhurst, has been dismissed from Memorial hospital, Logansport. Mr. and Mrs. William Diskon, formerly of Carrollton township, celebrate, their golden wedding -anniversary next Sunday, Dec. 29 at their home east of Walton. spent Christmas with her sister's family, Mr. and Mrs. Edward Arch in Nappanee. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Hood and son, Lyndal, Mrs. Marie Zimmerman and Wayne Beckner are on two week's vacation in Florida. Mrs. Luther Watson, 80, mother of Clarence Watson of Flora, died Monday at her home in Lebanon after being bedfast six weeks. Rites were to be today in Lebanon. Mrs. Paul Kirkpatrick, south of Bringhurst, and daughter and hus Rapid City, S. D. before her marriage. She was a retired'railroad telegrapher. She_ leaves the husband and two sisters. The Carroll County Medical Society held a dinner meeting at the Roth Park Hotel Wednesday evening and elected the following officers: Dr. John Van Kirk, of Burlington, president; Dr. George Wagoner, Delphi, vice-president; Dr. Charles Wise, Camden, secretary-treasurer. The retiring president is Dr. Neal Petry of Delphi. Mrs. Louise Darragh and daugh- .LMingnui &L. cuiu uaufciin;i anu jjua- i L • j i. f ,-« band, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Wunder-i ter Margaret entertained at a fam- s- mnerWednesda. The couple was married in 1907 in Virginia. They have one daughter and four sons, Mrs. Lloyd Williams, near-Burlington; Grover of Three Rivers, Mich.; Luther and Walter of Kokomo; Harry, east of Walton. The family dinner will be served at the home of the daughter. Open house will be held at the Dishon home from 2-5 p.m. There are nine grandchildren and three great grandchildren. Mr. arid Mrs. Frank Shoff of west of Burlington went by plane for a week's visit with their daughter, Joan 1 (Mrs. John Hamilton) and husband and children at Sterling, N. J. Mr. and Mrs. Fred McPhersons and Dick and Mrs. Fae Gulp spent Christ-mas with, the couple's daughter and husband, Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Sunier and family in Ft. Wayne. Others present were the couple's son 1 , Bill, wife and three children of Arcadia. Mr. and Mrs. John Brim were recent guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ed White and family in Ft. Wayne. Rev. and Mrs. lin and Jan of Ft. Wayne are on a ten-day trip to Albuquerque, N. M., where they are visiting Mrs. Kirk's son and wife, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Kirkpatrick and Mike. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Parks of Flora,. Misses Sara and Mary Parks Parks Indianapolis; Howard Peru, Mr. and Mrs. Christmas dinner Wednesday. 'Everett Cunningham has been named the Lions Club Cheer Club member for the week. Mrs. Clara E. Robinson_ has been appointed administratrix of the estate of Ralph B. Robinson. She qualified and gave bond for $1,000. Minnie Latz Estate Estimated $13,000 The estate of Mrs. Minnie A, Latz, who died Dec. 14, was estimated at $13,000 when it was' atives here Sunday and were |art opened Thursday in the Cass cir-•-' "-- ' "" cuit court with the filing of her will for probate. Dated July 20, 1936, the will leaves all of her estate to Walter Latz, Jr. The Farmers" and Merchants State bank was named administrator with the will annexed. The estate includes $8,000 in real estate and $5,000 in personal property. Hanna and Small ar« the attorneys for the estate. Greenlee, Martin New As Jury Commissioners MONTICBLLO - White County jury commissioners for 1958 will be -for William L. Butcher, 87, were Rites Held For William T. Butcher BURLINGTON—Funeral services George Parks of Logansport attended a pre-Christas gathering at the home of Mrs. Galen Parks and daughters in South Bend. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Kingery, of route, Flora, are the parents of a son, six pounds, 11 ounces, born at !t. Joseph's hospital, Kokomo on Dec. 19. The WCTU will hold its annual Christmas meeting at the Brethren Home on Dec. 27 at 1:30 p.m. Mrs. Russell Kern will be hostess. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Cassell of Bloomington are the parents of a six-pound, 9-ounce daughter, Debra Lynn, born Dec. 17 at the hospital in Flora. The mother is the former Bonnie Renick, daughter of Mr. anc Mrs. Walter Renick of Flora, anc the father is the son of Mr. anc Ward Cassell of Flora. Baden, Greencastle, Danville, and Bo-.vljng Green reported more than an inch. Windy and colder weather today will chase away additional rains, but more showers were in prospect for Friday, the forecast indicated. It was to be mostly fair and colder today, with afternoon highs ranging from 40 north to the mid- 40s south and lows tonight from the mid-20s to near 30. Somewhat warmer temperatures were predicted for Friday. The five-day outlook through Monday called for temperatures averaging about five degrees above normal lows of 14-31. Precipitation was expected to average up to one inch. A high of 56 was reported in Evansville Wednesday. Overnight, ' the mercury remained generally above freezing, with a high of 39 at Evansville. CHICAGO (UP) — Livestock: Hogs 6,000; active; butchers ; steers 28.00 - 30.00; bulk choice generally 25 to mostly 50 higher, 26.00-27.75; mixed good and choice jut closing trade only 23 higher; 25.25-25.75; half load prime 982 Ib sows strong to fully & higher; U.S. No. 2-3, 190-230 Ib butchers 20.00-20.50; more uniform No. 1-3, 190-220 Ibs 20.50-20.75. Cattle 4,000, calves 100; steady to 50 higher on choice and prime slaughter steers; good and below slow, steady to 50 lower; he'fers mostly steady. Cows steady to 25 higher; other classes strong; mixed choice and prime grade heifers 28.00; few load; choice and prime 25.50-27.50. Sheep 1,000; active; lambs strong to 50 higher; slaughter ewes 50-1.00 higher; good to prime wooled Iambs 21.50-23.50; good and choice shorn lambs 22.25. About 650 of the passenger trains operated by railroads of the Unitet 1 States are known by name; SALE CALENDAR Dec. 28—Emma Reeser Bridge Jan. 3—Tony Moose Roy Daughterly Jan. 7—L. D. Allen R°Y Booth Jan. 15—Preston Tieman Bridge Jan. 21—Homer Wilson .Roy Booth nary term of court, which convenes Jan. 13. BECOMES ILL Oliver H. Justice, 81, of 227 Cliff Drive, is a patient at St. Joseph's hospital, where he was taken Wednesday, Christmas day, after becoming ill at his home. The fire department inhalator was rushed there at 6:45 a. m. Wednesday, after which he was taken to the hospital. TAKEN TO PENAL FARM Frank J. Miller, 30, of 218 East Miami avenue, who was sentenced to the state penal farm for ninety days by Judge Clifford Wild for failure to provide for his children, was taken to the farm Thursday by Sheriff 0. R. Carson. Uranium, raw material of atomic energy, is found in minute quantities in the human body. Thieves Steal $5 From School at Grass Creek GRASS CREEK — About $5 in cash was taken from the school lere late Monday night. Richard 'Dickson, Fulton Deputy Sheriff, said the money was taken from the office of the school coach. Dickson said some equipment may be missing but they will not know until the coach returns and takes an inventory. held Thursday afternoon at the Leiter funeral home in Flora. T-!»c Rev. George Whipple officiated. Burial was in the Burlington cemetery. The deceased, who had been in ill health for several months, died at 1:15 p. m. Tuesday at the home of a neighbor, Alfred Woodring. Born April 10, 1870 near Greensburg, -he was the son of Greens- jerry and Barbara Beamer Butcher. In 1890 he married Minnie Douglas, who died in 1954. Surviving are a son, Dr. Earl Butcher, New York City; a brother, Drlando, Knightstown, Ind,; four grandchildren and one great granddaughter. Police Slate Driver For Failure To Stop Ben Maggert, 28, Kewanna, was arrested Thursday morning by city police for disregarding a stop sign at Thirteenth and Spear streets, and slated for city court. Officers following Maggert char, ged that he also failed to stop for stop signs' at High, George, Smead and Wright streets as he drove south on Thirteenth. APPROVE BUILDING A building permit was issued Thursday to Charles Jones, 431 D>ay street, for re-wiring in his home at an estimated cost of $100. A permit was issued Tuesday to Gerald Parker Jr., to add a room and attached enclosure to his home at 711 Sunset Drive, for $500. of the family of Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Dillman' to attend church here. Other members of the family, were Mr. and Mrs. Charles Dillman and baby of near Camden arid the Pearl Dillman family of Charlotte, N. C. Rev. and Mrs. Walter Kelly and two children of Carlisle arrived Monday to visit his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Kelly -and other relatives here. Leiter Funeral Home was in charge of graveside rites for the infant daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Warren, route 1, Flora at the Ball Hill cemetery Monday, Mr. and Mrs. Nola Finney of here and Mr. and Mrs. Richard Howkinson and Jan of Monticello went to Indianapolis Sunday afternoon to visit James Howkinson and wife. They also visited Mrs. Beth Barnard, a former Flora resident. Clint.and Charles Eisenhart of Bringhurst took dinner to the home of Billy Rusk near Lafayette on Sunday on his 90th birthday. Mr. Rusk lives alone. Others present v/ere Verne Wise and Ward Barchard, neighbors of Mr. Rusk. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Bowerman and Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Avery of Peru spent Sunday afternoon artel evening with Mrs. William Bowerman Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Peterson entertained their family at a Christmas dinner, Dec. 2 at their home west of Bringhurst. Those present were Mr. and Mrs. Carol Reef and three children of near Cutler, and Mr. and Mrs. Junior Allen of Bringhurst. Mrs. Ella Peterson entertained her family on Christmas D'ay at her home in Bringhurst. Mr. and Mrs, Dick Carter and son of Columbus, Ohio are visiting TOYS STOLEN William Wiler, 329 East Markers parents Mr and Mrs.Mark street,' Thursday reported to city police that another, candidate for the "meanest thief" title stole a toy dump truck and two pairs of ice skates from his parked car sometime Monday evening. The United States has 9fi9 accredited universities and colleges. Carter here, and her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Shanks, in Carrolton township and other relatives. Mrs. Carrol Stout returned: home Sunday from St. Elizabeth Hospital, Lafayette, where she underwent minor surgery. Mr. and Mrs. Nola Finney entertained on Christmas Day their YOU CAN WRITE YOUR OWN PROFIT MAKING WANT AD! CLIP AND MAIL TO PHAROS-TRIBUNE & PRESS LOGANSPORT, INDIANA Please insert this Want Ad for days. I prefer to start my Want Ad on .Write your ad in the spaces below. If you want your name and address in- cluded In the ad, WRITE THEM IN ALSO. Write only one word to a space. Please print. Words (10 Words Minimum) 10 15 20 25 Figure Your Own Cost 10 Words—I Time — 90c 10 Words—3 Times—$1.60 10 Words-6 Times—$2.20 15 Words—3 Times—$2.40 15 Words— 6 Times—$3.30 TAKE 10% DISCOUNT FOR CASH WITH ORDER! Clip and Mail to Classified Department, Pharos-Tribune & Press Your Name. Your Address.

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