Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on December 27, 1957 · Page 24
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LOGANSPORT PUBLIC LIBRARY Twelve togansport, Indiana, Itiaros-Trftnut MONTICELLO Jerry Jqramilo Wins Yule Lighting Contest For the second straight year. Jerry Jaramillo, of East Monticello, won the $35 first prize in the Jaycee-GMBA Christmas lighting Contest. Each of the entries were judged last night for artistic merit, originality, lighting techniques, and ingenuity. Judges were Ray Peters, Forest Kiser and John McLaughlin. Mrs. Jaramillo's lighting display will be entered in GE's national contest. Contest runnersup were Les Condo, Jr., of Oak Park Addition, presented the $25 second prize, and Eoger Moore, of 8 Reynolds Blvd., who received $15 for third place. ; Other winners were Elmer Soinn, of 609 West Marion, 4th; William Both, of Beach Drive, 5lh: Armand Pilling, of 608 South Main, 6th; William Kallal, of route 2, Monticetlo, 7th; Lee Lawler, of 504 South Bluff; John Flinn, o£ 318 East Cleveland, and Catherine Both, of 7 Reynolds Blvd., 10th. . Fourth, fifth, and sixth place winners were presented $5 each, and the four entries placing last each received $2.50. Other contestants were Kenneth Wallace, of Edgewater Drive; C. W. Gamble, of 525 West Harrison; L. L. Gilkerson, of route 2, Monticello; Richard Young, of 721 South Bluff; Harry McDonald, of Beach Drive, and Dr. Louis Abbott, of 322 North Illinois. Miss Gertrude O'Connor, who owns a summer home in Kean's Bay North, Lake Shafer, returned to her home in Chicago last week. Miss O'Connor received a badly injured knee in a fall at her cottage this summer and was unable to resume her teaching in the Chicago schools this fall. She is improving and went to her Chicago apartment where she' and her- sister, Mrs. Elizabeth McGreevy, reside together. Miss Isabel b'Dowd accompanied Miss O'Connor to Chicago where she spent a few days. The last Will of the late Samuel S. Hughes of Monon township, whose death occurred recently has been probated in circuit court. By its terms all personal property is bequeathed to the son, Morris S. Hughes, and the daughter, Inez A. Blackburn. Morris Hughes was named erecutor of the will dated March 22, 1949, and witnessed by William A. Eaney and Attorney Lynn Thompson. Announcement is made of the marriage of Mrs. May Morris of Monticello, route 2, and E. W. McGuire Sr., of. Delphi. The couple exchanged vows Saturday evening, Dec. 14 in the Methodist church, the Rev. Gilbert L. Piker officiating. Mr. and Mrs." Earl Hawkins of Delphi were the couple's only attendants. The bride has been employed in- the Holder Pharmacy the past three years. Mr. McGuire, a former employe of the Delphi Citizen, is now employed at the Haywood Publishing Co. in Lafayette. The couple will reside in Tioga Park. George E. Kinser, Monon electrician, and Joann Maxwell of Michigan City, wool presser, were issued a marriage license Dec. 20 in the office of County Clerk Dean Cottrell. Phillip D. Garling, Monon, ser vice attendant, to Carol J. Pearson, Monon, issued Dec. 21. Larry Dean McFall, of Brookston, finisher Alton Box Board to Ina Ruth. Taylor, Brookston, is sued Dec. 21. • A2C Paul Biederwolf, who- com pleted six months schooling at Chanute Field, Rantout, 111., is home for a holiday visit with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. George Biederwolf, and other relatives. He was graduated there from Weather School and his parents went to Chanute Field to attend the ceremonies. The B.iederwolfs went from there to Danville, 111., to visit their aunt, Mrs. Abbie Carson. Mrs. Carson sent greetings to her many friends here, her former home. Paul will report January 6th at the air base at Blythesville, Arkansas,, as a weather observer. Mr, and Mrs. Al Sprunger, and sons Bob and Steve, left .today for Wichita Falls, Texas. They will be gone for about ten days. . Paul Brandt, of South Main street, was ' brought home Saturday from the St. Elizabeth Hospital, Lafayette, where he had been a patient for several weeks for x-ray, and surgery. He is getting along better but is still very weak. v Mr. and Mrs. Frank Guthrie and family were called to Campbellsburg Saturday, by the serious illness of Mrs. Guthrie's mother, Mrs. Charles Greene, whose death occurred Sunday after a lingering illness. She had been ill for several months. Funeral services will be held Tuesday afternoon at 2 o'clock at Campbellsburg. Mrs. Guthrie is a teacher in the Idavdlle school. During December, 410 articles were filed for recording in this county, according to Recorder Charles Freeman. Articles included; 52 deeds with fees of $104.00; 47 mortgages with fees of $157.50; three mechanic liens, $1.50; 163 chattel mortgages with fees of $89,30; 28 releases with fees of $26.80; 2 assignments with fees of $2; 2 articles of incorporation with fees of $6; marginal releases with • fees of $19.60, and 18 miscellaneous articles with fees of $12. Jim White Fire Insurance Ph. 2491 ============== Roy L. Crume GENERAL AUCTIONEER • Farm Sales • Household Goods • Real Estate 1735 South Dixon Road Kokomo, Indiana PHONE COLLECT: Gl. 26619 Kokomo, Indiana tAGLES FAMILY PLAY NIGHT , It's New-It's Different-Come See FRIDAY, DEC. 27th at 8 p.m. SATURDAY NIGHT DANCING Round and Square Dancing Music by GLADYS FRENCH 8:30 TH. 11:30 P.M. Hornnng Denies Engagement 'LOUISVILLE t'UiP) — Former Notre Dame All-America gridder Paul Hornung today termed as "ridiculous" and in "bad taste" a report that he had given a shapely television actress an engagement ring inside a football as a Christmas present. Checked Ads 37 Years For Clue To His Brother R. W. Hiscman of Toronto, Canada and his family watched the Want Ads for 37 years for a clue as to Mr. Hiscman's brother, Stanley. They finally spotted an "Apartment Wanted" ad with Stanley's daughter Margaret's name in it. She cold them where he was living—in England. «I to (Int MiMttc of MiMttc of M* tra »!»ip»»« CfcMWrd milt *tor* w* Kctpt, McirinJ Pwbh r. O. Box lit, N. W. Br, Bftaral 47, IT*. Deaths In News Myers Greenhouse. Dial 3996. jt _ HTPHOLSTERINGI MILAN. Italy — Italy's Christmas cake king Angelo Motta, 67, died Thursday at his home-while his big panettone cakes .towered on millions of Italian tables. Motta's name had become intimately associated with "Christmas when he developed his small' pastry shop into'the nucleus of a multimillion-dollar business famous for producing the special yule-time cake. LONDON — Arturo Barea, 60, Spanish author and broadcaster, died at his home in Faringdon, England, it was announced today. Barea, foreign press censor in Madrid from 1936 to 1937, emigrated to France in 1938 and to England in 1939 where he became British Broadcasting Co. commentator for the BBC Latjn American service. Communists Vote to End Daily Worker NEW YORK (UP)—The American Communist Party has voted to close down the Daily Worker as of next week. The decision to stop publishing the. party organ came at a secret meeting of the party's national executive committee last weekend. But Daily Worker editor John Gates said Wednesday a formal statement he would try to continue the 34-year-old paper. Gates said he did not consider the vote binding; and "in any case, the Daily Worker will cease to exist only when it alone says so." The Daily Worker in October printed a sworn stateme..t that its average paid circulation in the preceding year was 5,574. This was a drop of 1,821 from the previous year and a slide, of 15,500 from the paper's all-time -high in 1938 of about 20,000. Indications that.the Daily Work- ROME — Alberto Calza Bini, 76, one of Italy's leading architects, died at his home on Christmas Day. He served in the Italian Chamber and Senate and was an "nonorary member of the American Institute of Architecture. I an advisory committee on dece- ! dents' estates laws of the Joint i State Government Advisory Commission that made recommendations to tlie Pennsylvania Legislature in 1949. PHILADELPHIA — Robert H. Brigham, 58, an authority on probate law, died Christmas Day at his horn suburban Villanova. Brigham had served as chairman of 2018 North Str..t Phon« 4789 Will'Buy Cass County Fair Association Stock DONALD WITMYER Route 4. Phone 4995 RUBBER STAMPS Made In Our Own Plant 2-DAY DELIVERY CHRONICLE PR'NTING CO. 417 Market Ph. 4362 Orient Lodge No. 272 F & AM Called Meeting Sat. Dec. 28, 7 p.m. Work on Master Mason Degree. Refreshments alter meeting. CIctus C. Filz, W.M. SLAB BACON RINELESS YELLOW CREEK IB. 4VC BRAUNSWIEGER ^owc** lB 49c BACON YELLOW CREEK •* LB. PKG.'OC CROWN BOLOGNA OSCAR MAYER 3 fc $1.00 STEAKETTES „.„ „ Ib 59c HAM SALAD Ib 49c POTATO SALAD „. 39c OROMA COFFEE VACPAK R ., erDrip Ib 69c POTATOES U5N ,, GrgdB - A 10L b 35c OCOMA INDIVIDUAL POT PIES 4 FOR 89c Chicken, Beef, Turkey, Tuna MER-DEL'S ICE CREAM SPECIALS FUDGE RIPPLE CAKE ROLL VANILLA ICE CREAM £ CHOCOLATE CAKE QUALITY % GALLON 5 EA. 69c DIETETIC FOODS for diabetics and diets Cookies Syrups Candies Pop lellies Fruits NOW SALT FREE VEGETABLES Thank Youl 1 DAY PHOTO FINISHING SERVICE AND PHOTO SUPPLIES American Express Money Orders At All Timef PITH'S MARKET 17th and George St. Phone 3378 Open Until 10 p. m.—Sundays and Weekdays Round and Square DANCING SATURDAY NIGHT Music by the TUNE TIMERS P. S. Big New Year's Dance ROYALE BAR Royal Center, Ind. OPEN HOUSE Walton American Legion Post 418 Walton, Ind. SATURDAY, DEC. 28, 1957 9 to 12 MUSIC BY DEB TINKLE OPEN TO THE PUBLIC EAGLE'S ANNUAL New Year's Eve Party Tuesday, Dec. 31st Dancing to Music of LOUIE SIIBERMAN'S Original Personality Boys 9PM Til 99? • • * HATS - HORNS - NOISEMAKERS NO COVER CHARGE FIRST COME—FIRST SERVED POR MEMBERS AND THEIR LADIES Friday Evening, December 27, 1957. er was operating deep in the red came recently when 'it was cut from eight to four pages and from five to four issues a week. Suspension of the newspaper would leave the Communist Party in New York City with only, one newspaper, the Worker, the weekend edition of the Daily Worker. Another apparent reason the national executive group voted to suspend the paper was the feeling in some party quarters that Gates has made it his personal sound- ing board instead of a parly organ. RUNS FOR IT PEXDLETON (UP) - Herbert McElheny, 26, Logansport, walked away from an outside work detail at the Indiana State Reformatory Monday. He was sentenced from Logansport for 1-10 yenrs on charges of entering to commit a felony. McElheny was scheduled to appear before the parole board next month. DISPERSAL SALE Complete Registered Holstein Dispersal of Harry H. Weidcman & Sarah C. Wagoner of Peru, Ind, to be held at Royal Center Community Sale, JANUARY 2, 1958 at 12:30 13 cows due to freshen in next 6 weeks, 13 heifers. 10 to 18 months old. Calfhood vaccinated. The foundation of the herd was started in 1951 with the purchase of the Dunloggin bred herd of Mrs. Madage- line We!dy, one of the oldest herds in Elkhart County, which consisted of Granddaughters of Donloggin Fond Memory which sold in Dun- loggin Dispersal for $6500., and has sired 52AR daughters with records up to 969 Ibs fat. Tliis herd was crossed with Curtiss Candy and Dictator breeding. This is a high producing herd (will milk from 70 to 90 Ib.) and several of the heifers suitable for 4H projects Along with this herd of cows we will sell 25 Wisconsin holstein heifers, calfhood vacc. and ready to breed. 25 other good dairy cows & heifers. Sale will be held at Royal Center Sale Barn. For further information contact Harry Bridge or Orville Etnier of Royal Center. SPOOF-NIX TO BE LAUNCHED AT ROTH PARK ON NEW YEARS'EVE • Roth Park Hotel, located 9 miles north of Delphi or 5 miles south on Monticello on State Road 39, will fire its' own Spoof-nix this New Years Eve to usher in the new year of 1958. Preparations have been completed for the coming event which promises to be the gayest and joyous event of the year. A top? - notch band, gaily decorate^ surroundings, with plenty of power and attendants for Spoof-nix, the guests this year at Roth Park are guaranteed a night (and morning) to remember the end of 1957 and the bang- up launching of 1958. Reservations are not neces- sary ... but to be sure of an ideal table and an enjoyable evening, come early for dinner and enjoy a delicious, tempting meal of your favorite food, with all the trimmings, prepared to a master- chef's taste and served exactly the way you like it best. Beautiful Roth Park Hotel, located away from the crowds with plenty of parking facilities, plenty of tables and plenty of service, is the ideal place to welcome in the New Year. There will be a slight cover charge but the many surprises waiting you promise to make this New Years Eve celebration an event you'll always remember. Remember ... fine food .. fine music . . . pleasant surroundings and a bang-up evening of fun await you this year at Indiana's finest Fun Resort . . . the New Roth Park Hotel. P. S. Don't be half-sure of an evening of fun . . . come to Roth Park and be Spoof- Nix Sure. CLOSED NEW YEARS DAY ^ t I AZLEV CASH MARKET A 1410 Broadway SATISFACTION OUARANTEED 12 or. carton FRESH COAST Oysters 69c JUNEDALE BRAND 4 Reasons they are better. - Select Qualify. Completely Shankleis. Better Trimmed. Ready to Eat. Shankless HALF Dear Customer Friends: We wish to express our deepest gratitude and a sincere "thank you" to all who have helped make this 1957 Holiday Season most successful. We take this time and .space to wish you A VERY' MERRY. OPTIMISTIC and TROUBLE-FREE NEW YEAR. Our parting thought is this toast to you. "To All Our Merry Patrons: who make drinking a pleasure, who can achieve contentment with moderation and who, whatever they may drink, prove able to carry it, enjoy it, and remain ladies ami gentlemen." . , Appreciatively yours, James and Geraldine Zoubul. Keg. Store Hours 10 a.m. (o 12 p.m. CLOSED NEW YEAR'S DAY DRIVE-INN PACKAGE LIQUORS US. 14 AT WEST LINDEN AVE. U. S. 24 and West Linden Ave. Phone 21162 HANS CENTER SLICED HAM-POUND 89c Picnics to tat. 43 C LB. JUNEDAUE COOKED IB. 35 Steak BEEF ROAST GROUND BEEF SWISS OR SIRLOIN LB. BLADE CUTS LB. BAZIEY'S QUALITY LB. 65 43 39 PORK LOIN CENTER CQ CHOPS LB. J7C LOIN END ROAST LB. 49c MINCEMEAT SLICED BACON SAUSAGE Bailey Homemade Sugar Cured Bazleys Pan Style .00 IBS. FRIDAY TILL 9 p. m. 6p.m. BAZIEY'S CLOVERLANE CHEESE HAM SALAD HOME MADE LB. it. 49 39' LARGEST DISPLAY OF COLD CUTS IN LOGANSPORT PRICES GOOD THRU NEW YEAR

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