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Friday Evening, December 27, 1957. ROCHESTER A. L. Weaver Captures Yule Light Contest Top prizes in each of three categories in the annual Christmas home-lighting contest this year were awarded to Arthur L. Weaver, $12 in the overall decorations; Mrs. Von Kochenderfer, $6 in the Door division; and Mrs. Fred Perschbacher $6 in the window competition. Sponsored by the Rochester Chamber of Commerce, the contest drew a total of 25 entries. Other winners in the overall competition were R. and D. Foellinger, Charles Reser, Jerry Schleiger, Wayne Smith, and Jim Jackson. Mrs. Richard Sheets, Mrs. Perschbacher, and Burk Miller won the second, third, and fourth prizes for their door decorations. Other winners in the window division were Ralph Gutknecht, Hi Silberman, and Burk Miller. Mrs. Pearl Page, 1000 Pontiac, and Harold Grossman, route 2, were taken from their respective home to Woodlawn hospital Tuesday in a Zimmerman Bros, ambulance. A Foster and Good ambulance removed Mrs. Clyde Lough to her home at 416 W. 8th from Woodlawn hospital Wednesday afternoon. Joe Long, a student at Dickin- sang a song to their molhers, wh were guests. Refreshments wer served from a table centered will Swedish Chimes. Mr. and Mrs. Don Metzger am family spent Wednesday as Chrisi mas guests of Mr. Metzger's sis ter and family, Mr. and Mrs. Rob ert Renkenberger and David in Logansport. Other guests were Mr and Mrs. David Metzger and Free Byrer of Kewanna. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Brandl and Kenn Charles and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Brandt and sons enjoyed a family Christmas dinner in North Manchester with their sister and family, Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Knauff and daughters. Mr and Mrs. Ed Brandt and son of South Bend completed the family group. southeast of Bringhurst, and Mr. and Mrs. Homer Cripe, here. Lt. Sink has.been assigned for two years of service in the Azores. He will leave here for New Jersey on Jan. 26, and his wife will join him later. The Quester's Club will meet Monday at the home of Mrs. Robert Van Natta, near Delphi. Art will be discussed. Mrs'. Oarlyle son College in Carlile, Pa., is! due - University, is teaching in a spending the holidays here with his g ou thport high school. Her fiancee, * - " " ' FLORA Engagements Announced Two engagements were announced recently by parents of this vicinity. Mr and Mrs. Cleo Wilson of west . . of Flora announce the engagement - Kirfcpatrick of Delphi will give a of Dixie Lee Wilson to Lewis Eart Christmas story. Hostesses will be Ruman, son of Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Krrkpatrick, John Thomp- Claude Stanley of Cutler. Weddingi son. J«r. and_ Mrs. JMark Fowler date has not been set. Mr, and Mrs. Fritz G. Schnepf, south of Bringhurst, announce the engagement of Marjorie Ann to Lloyd Snider of Hope. They plan to marry next summer. Miss Schnepf, a 1355 graduate of Pur- Probe Death Of Minister And Family ST. PETERSBURG, Fla. (UP)— Police pressed an investigation today (a determine if the four- member fami'.y of a prominent Methodist minister, investment counselor and foundation president died in a pre-Christmas murder- suicide. The body of Dr. H. Sanford Williams, 48, was found late Thursday afternoon in his bathroom, a ,45-ca'.iber pistol on the _ , , , , ..i. floor nearby. His wife was found i Tex. where he has been stahon-j sh t to death in & bedroom . and ed at the Air Force Base, are ar-| hu twfl sons were deafl of riving here soon to spend a month's leave with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ross Eikenberry, lurch on Sunday, in observance .' Student Recognition Day. Special speaker for the service /ill be Prof. Robert R. Harvey, •ssociate professor of physical ed- cation at Depauw University, 1-reencastle. , Guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ware' tassel! and family at a pre-Christ- r.as dinner were Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Sink and Mr. and Mrs. Junior lustice and family of Burrows; Bonnie Rodkey, Delphi; Mr. an<! Mrs. Marvin Nicholes and family, and Mr. and Mrs. Charles More- 'iead and son, Loganspoft; and Robert Johnson, Flora. Lt. and Mrs. Richard Sink, who have been living at Wichita Falls, Logansport. Indiana, Pharos-Tribune Thrci sister and family, Mr. and Mrs. Wendell Bearss. Monday, Dec. 30 has been set a 1954 graduate of Indiana University, is employed at Indianapo- for the return of the Fulton Coun-i j lo]lis Keating has been admitted ty Blood Bank. Donors are urgent- | to Memo rial hospital, Logansport. ly needed, and should report at. Murray Langston, who is visiting the Legion Home any time between.'-- • * -•--- "' 10 a.m. and 4 p.m. • Fred J. Bauer, Monterey, and Alice Hunneshagen, route 4, Rochester, were issued a marriage license in the county clerk's office this week. Mrs. Clyde Sells, Silver Lake; Mrs. Harold Deardorff, Roann; Corinne Smiley, Rochester; and Mrs. Harold Bloo, and Robert Bruce, Claypool, have been admitted to Woodlawn hospital. Daughters have been born to the Rev. and Mrs. Delmar Kreuger, 404 Jefferson, Rochester, and to Mr. and Mrs. Frank Long, route 2, Rochester. Mr. and Mrs. William Denlston, Mary Ann and Mike entertained at a family Christmas dinner par- Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Langston and family near Flora, will report back to Shaw Air Force near Sumpter, S. C., or; Jan. 6. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Fouts of Carrollton township have gone to Tryunga, Calif., to see their first grandchild, a girl, born to Mr. and Mrs. Bill Fouts. Mr. and Mrs. James Dickinson and family of Lafayette have moved into the Urban Kleeman property on S. Division street. Buddy Jackson will report back U/INAMAC to Travis Air Force Base, Baea-j TT '"""'"-"••• ville, Calif., on Jan. 6 after visiting since Dec. 19 with his wife and child. ,The parents are Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Jackson of Flora. His wife's parents are Mr. and Mrs.! Mullendore.- and Miss Elizabeth Best. The Delta Theta Chi sorority met at the library club room for a short business session after which the group went to the Melh- odist church for a candlelight Christmas program. Carols were sung and the scripture was read by Mrs. Dean Briggs, followed by prayer. Mrs. F. Kaye Bass sang "O Holy Night", accompanied by Mrs-. Don Brower at the organ. The "Story of the Angels" was read by Mrs. Briggs, and the "Three Chests" was read by Mrs. Leon Viney. Mesdames Don Brower, chairman, Dean Briggs, William Bordner, Charles Burton, Jack Briggs, and Leon Viney later served refreshments. The door prize was •won by Mrs. Robert Runs. Funeral services were held at 1'iij the Leiter Funeral Home Thursday for W. L. Butcher of north of Burlington, grandfather of Meredith Butcher. bullet wounds in another bedroom. A medical examiner said the deaths appai-ently occurred some time Monday and tests were begun to determine if any of the four had fired the pistol. companies them home for the remainder of the week. Mr', and Mrs. Paul Zellers spent Wednesday at North Judson in the home of her parents Mr. and Mrs. Peter Christiansen. John Stombaugh has. been at his store part of the time this week, the first since being injured in an accident on Thanksgiving day. . Mr. and Mrs. Harold Budka of Champaign, 111., Carl Olson and son Kenton, are spending the Christmas week with Maynard Oury at Fort Peirce, Fla. Mr. and Mrs. Ronnie Lebo and daughter Dana Lynn, Mrs. Judson Show's and son Juddy of Nachito-ij ches, La. are spending the Christmas vacation in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Vernal Lebo. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Kocher and sons are spending a ten day vacation in Florida. Miss Kathy Torgerson and Miss Mary Margaret Fagan returned to Washington, D. C. where they are employed with the FBI on Thursday after a w-eek in .the homes of 'their parents, Mrs. Lucille Torgerson and Mr, and Mrs. Thomas Fagan. guests of Mr. CIILS aiiu sL&itir uuu iciiuiij', mi. Herbert Cassell and son, u-uruui., - ---•.—--, ~r ~ and M«. Walter McDougle and f ere Mr . and Mrs. Ed Viney _andi acute: coronary occlusion Wednes- Policeman Hospitalized Oscar Strasser, member of the police force, suffered an Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Garber and Gretchen and Jennie. Mr. and Mrs. James Zimmerman were hosts Thursday evening to an Open House in honor of their house guests, Dr. and Mrs. J. W. Mitchell and family of Bethesda, Md. The Mitchell's are Christmas guests of Mr. and former residents of this city. Mrs. Elmer Cripe were Mr. and Mr and Mrs. Leon Viney and family ' of Flora, and Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Aiken and Clark of Bringhurst and Mrs. Charles Webb at a pre-Christrnas dinner and gift exchange at their home southeast of Flora. Mr. and Mrs. Ned Bemenderfer and family, Mr. and Mrs. Claude Erubaker, Jr. and Cathie, of Rochester, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Engleage and family of Peru, and Mr. and Mrs. Fred Bemenderfer and family of Rensselaer were Christmas day dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Estel Bemenderfer. The home of Mr. and Mrs. George Holltxway and sons was the scene of a family Christmas party Wednesday night. A turkey Mrs. Lester Guyer and family and Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Crook and family, all of Flora, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Cripe and family of Kokomo; Mr. and Mrs. Robert Roach of Bloomington: Mark Homer of Wabash, and Mrs. Bertha Smith, Arcadia. day evening at.his home and was taken by ambulance to St. Joseph hospital at Logansport. Word from the hospital on Thursday morning stated that he was resting comfortably. A car belonging to Harold T. Smith of the Pulaski vicinity which was stolen from in front of his home last week was found later the same day in Laporte county, jjst off US Highway 421. .It had been abandoned there by the thieves after being stripped of the spare tire, hub caps and other ac cessories. Mr. and Mrs. Merrill Budd, Mrs Mr and Mrs. Charles B. ShaferjW. E. Morgan and Mrs. Frank and daughter entertained the Dun-1 Budd were Christmas ^day guests kin family at a Christmas gift ex- 1 '" change. Relatives present were Mr. and Mrs. Meredith Dunkin of dinner was served to the follow-!Lafayette; Mrs. Stella Clingenpeel, uig: Mr. and Mrs. Granville Hoi- Mr. and Mrs. Ben Dunkin and loway, Mr. and Mrs. Conde Holloway and Joe and Jane, Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Holloway and son, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Partridge and family, and Mr. and Mrs. Jack Holloway and son. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Ovenmyer and sons and Mr. and Mrs. Virdell Overmyer and family'of Fulton were Christmas dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ira Overmyer. Mrs. Jane Reed is spending the holidays in South Bend with her son, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Young and family. Mr. and Mrs. Dale Shaw and son Bobby Dale spent Tuesday night and Wednesday in Blooming, ton with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. S. McElhinney. Other guests were Mr. and Mrs. Riza Rezazadah, of Puerto Rico. Mrs. Fred Zellers, assisted by Mrs. Franklin Heisler, entertained their Nursery class of the Methodist Sunday School with a Christmas party. Mrs. Zellers gave each little guest a gift and the children children and Mr. and Mrs. Joe Dunkin and daughter, all of Flora. Mr. and Mrs. Lee Eikenberry entertained their family at a Christmas Eve supper and gift exchange. Those present were Mr. and Mrs. Dale Davis and family of Crawfordsville, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Voorhees and daughter of Roth Park, Lake Freeman. Mrs. Mable Good of Flora was also present and she entertained the group on Christmas Day. In that group too were her son 1 , Don, and family of Lafayette. Dr. Homer Kent ST., registrar .\OTICU OF llldCUlVJiNU OF 1J1DS jrOll THK 1'lJHUilASIJ OK MA- A'liS, KUUli'MUNT. *;OODS SSJJL'I'Ml'IS KOIt THM CITY OF ItOiiA.NSrOKT, JiNlMA.NA Notice in hereby tvlvun that the Board of Public Works and SaL'ety of the (Jity of. .Loganspurt, Indiana, will receive at the oU'iee of! the Clerk-Treasurer o£ .said City, until the nour of 1:00 P. il., C.S.T. on. January 8, 1D5S, sealed bids tor the xurntHhiny ot the following materials, yuoUs, equipment nnd supplies.. for the calendar year li/uS, ior the City ot Loyanaport, Indiana, to-wit: 1. GO,000 yal.ons or lesy bltum- i n o u a materials meeting Indiana State Highway Specifications. Slow Curing Asphalt, S. C. 0-1-2-3-4-5; .Medium Curing 1 Asphalt M. U. 0-l-2-3-4-n; I 1-tapld Curing- Asphalt It, C. 1-2-3-4-5, rurnlrilied and applied on streets, of. .Logans- . port, Indiana, in distributor • load or truck transport load •lots aw ordered by Street ilJept, Bituminous materials fo be furnished with additive •when requested. Statement of cuinplituiou wlt'n Indiana State J-Ii^nwa-y SpecH'ic;u,tiona to be f urn is lied with each load at co 11 tractors expense, when rtiiiueyted. Modrtin distributor witl: full circulating, drlplesa 45j)ray bar to be used. 2. .VMM) tons o:' leK.s, Nu. 9-10F- 11-12-IJ3 stonrj meeting- Indiana State Hig-hway "Specs., lurnlshud, apreau by approved type apreader of 9 or 10 ft. width, and rolled as directed. 2. 4MMM> tons or J UKS, Hot as - plialtlc Concrete, Indiana State Highway Specs., D-3, furnished, deliver (id, spread and rolled. 4. '!»)(> Tons, Patching material an per Indiana Statu Highway Specs., F-^ ( J, delivered to atoclc pile at City Street Dcpt., or F, O. B. plant. 6 2,000 lie. ft. standard, street curbing-, constructed o£ materials designated in Item 3, to line and grade as per plans, or determined by the engineer, | The above mate rials to be delivered at such time a and quantities as requested. of Grace Seminary and College, | Ed Owen, and son Ricky, Sandra Winona Lake, will be the speaker ' --'---•-- "--" ™._ : -i at the Grace Brethren Church on Sunday morning and evening. Dr. Kent served as acting president of the Brethren Church at Winona Lake during the 1954-55 school year. College students home for the Christmas vacation will be in charge of the morning worship service at the Flora Methodist in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Whiteman of the Kewanna vicinity. Mrs. Sterling Hedges left Tuesday for Bluffton to spend Christmas with her mother, Mrs. Alva Baker, and other relatives. — — „, , m , r, . .-.t - t i L-L. 1 6 F rst Ijlne Tires and Tubes, Guests on Christmas day in the ° s | Ze s aa listed, delivered to the home of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Decker and children were Mr. and Mrs. Sylvester Gottlick and family of Soufh Bend, Mr. and Mrs. Jake Wagner and children of Koontz Lake, Mr. and Mrs. John •Kowafch and children, James Decker ar.d children of Rochester, Mr. and Mrs. William Decker, Judy Decker and Kenny 'Miller of Monterey. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Scott and daughter Sherry, Mr. and Mrs. True Life Adventures i PLAN. THE BARRACUDA HAS •EKTTSrJ AS MUCH OF A SCHOOL. OF FISH AS HIS STOMACH CAM HOL.C7, HE GTU-L. KEEPS A FISH,<-/ OPEN TO THE FUTURE. IT \s THAT HE CTOVES THS SURVIVORS (WTO SHAlXOW WATER AWE? RIPES HEKP OVER THEM UWTtU HIS APPETITE RETURNS. . 12*27 f and Johnnie Scott 'were Christmas day guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. • Norman Williams. ' Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Hood and children Becky and Richard attended a family Christmas dinner in the home of her brother-in-law and sister Mr. and Mrs. Carl Logan of Culver. Those attending a gathering of the Moody family on Christmas day held in the Presbyterian church annex were Mr. and Mrs. William ,M. Owen and daughter of Lafayette, Mr. and Mrs. Richard DePoy and sons, Mr. and Mrs. Dudley Moody and children of Flora, Chauncey Felker of Waukegan, 111., Larry Moody of Alma, Mich., Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Corbett and family of Kewanna, Mr. and Mrs. William D. Owen, Mr. and Mrs, Fred Hartwick, Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Felker, Mr. and Mrs. Dave Sodervick and sons, Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Moody, Miss Velma Moody, Carolyn and Tom Owen and Beth and Sandy Moody. M-r. and Mrs. Richard Ryan and children, Nancy and Dickie, of Anderson, spent Tuesday evening in the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Ryan. Larry Moody of Alma, Mich, came Monday evening" for a few Street Department, 6th and Ilace Street, JjOganaport, Indiana, as requested. Bids on seconds will not he L-onyidered. The name of the tire s.hall he indicated, TlrcH 3—600 x 1G (4 ply) 4—fiiiO X 1C (4 ply) 4 —C50 X 1C (6 ply) 2—fi70 x 35 (4 ply)2—700 x liO (8 ply) 12—7T,0 x 20 (S ply) g_82n X 20 (8 ply) 6—825 x 20 (6 ply) (Road Builder) •1—825 x 20 (10 ply) 6—300 x 20 (10 ply) 2—iLOO x 20 (12 ply) 2—1300 x 34 (8 ply) (Grader type) 2—1.400 x 1M (8 ply) 2 —1400 X 20 (12 ply) 1 —700 x 20 2—MOO x ^0 6—825 x 20 4—C50 x 36 S —750 X 20 3—goo x 16 jj—HiJQ x 24 2—G70 X 15 1_1300 x 24 1—1100 X 20 7. Forty thousand (•iO.OOO) RRl Ions reiculi'r jrnNfillin:, price to be quoted in tank wagon truck lots, delivered. 8. 100 Gitlloim Keronene, y. 1,(V,M> Kalloiis HlKlL Oetnne Ethyl GaHollne. 10. >'«>. - DIeHcl Kncl, two thousand five hundred (2,500) gtil- "lons, delivered. 11. FMOI Oil, N». -. (Furnace Oil) •10,000 gallons In tank .wagon or transport truck lots, delivered. ;rtMin« (Transmission & Differential) 300 lb., SA.TC 140 300 lb., - SAE DO 2. C 13. 300 n. U, ],u)>rl«iliii|* Oil 350 gal. regular SAE No. SO ]00 sal. Regular SAE No. 10 100 gal. Regular SA.E No. 20 200 gal. Detergent SAE .No. 30 100 gal. Determent SAE No. 20 15 AI<M>liol (Anti-Preeze) 150 gallons (Drum Lots) lo. 300 Cll. VilN. Central-Mixed as per I » il I II i Spcs. State Highw . . All in accordance with the, specifications thereof no\v on file, In the office ot the Cle?-k-Treasurer of said City in the City Buildine, LoKansnort, Indiana. All bids, offers or proposals for anv and all of such articles shall be.'executed on the forms prescrib- j - ;„ (ho hnmo nf Vii« nnrpnts led by the State Board of Accounts days in the home ot nis parents, ror j he gtiue o , Jn(nanBi setting Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Moody. I forth the quantity, quality and Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Felix and' family spent Christmas day and attended a family gathering in the rhome of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Hay Trapp at, Lafayette. Miss Alice Felix of Mount Morenci ac- Notlce is hereby given that William Charles Jackson has filed his petition in the Cass Circuit Court to have the time-and place of his birth determined. Said petition Is set for hearins January 7 ' 1D ° ' Elizabeth Bicker Clerk of the Cass Circuit Coun_ price of each and every article proposed for sale, and shall in all other respects comply with the laws of the State of Indiana, thereunto pertaining. A bond or certified check made payable to the City of JJogansport, Indiana, shall be filed with each bid In an amount of at least ter. (10%) per cent of the bid. The rinht Is re.-erved to reject any and all Dated at Logansport, Indiana this 26 day of December 1957. BOARD OP PUBLIC WORKS AND SAFETY OF THE CITY OF LOG-ANSPOHT, INDIANA ATTEST: RALPH G. SMITH Clerk-Treasurer 12-27—1-3 13-28—1-4 NOTICE.. FOR THE NEW BIG COMBINED SUNDAY and LOGANSPORT PRESS \ CAN BE PLACED UPT05P.M. SATURDAY (Deadline For Classified D'splay Is 10 a.m. Saturday) JUST PHONE 4141 (The Want Ad Number) AND A COURTEOUS ADTAKER WILL BE PLEASED TO HELP YOU WORD YOUR AD FOR BEST RESULTS! ORANSPORT PUBLIC LIBRARY

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