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Logansport, Indiana
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Tuesday, November 19, 1957
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Tuesday Evening, November 19, 1957. Royal Center, Walton Entries Set For Annual Livestock Exposition CHICAGO, November 14 — Several Cass county names appear on the entry roster of the 58th International Live Stock Exposition, set for November 29 through December 7 in the International Amphi- Iheatre. Bill and Betty Farrer, Royal Center, have listed six Spotted Poland China barrows for the Carcass Contest. nually total around 82,000,000. Meat Animals are sold to quality scores and restaurants. The International label has come to mean the best in meats to consumers everywhere. Rochester. Mrs. Philip Clinger was hostess to the Rekamemoh Home Demonstration club Saturday evening, to Jack Berlet. Walton, will com- a dinnel . party for the husbands, pete in the open class steer sliowi Dale shaw gave grace prec<ic j in g with an Angus, Hereford and'Short- horn steer each. In the same cum- the delicious ham-carry-in dinner. A 'brief business meeting 'was petitions, Bonnie Berlet will showj conducted by Mrs _ Jose£ CanJonSi both an Angus and Shorthorn steer. The roll caU was responde<! , to by She also exhibit an Angus steer in the Junior Livestock Feeding Contest which is for 4-H and F.F.A. showmen. Nine thrill-packed days will again feature grand championship judging of the world's finest breeding and fat cattle, sheep and swine in the show rings and stock yard pens The International Carcass Contest will again spotlight high meat yields in livestock. The "35th annual International Grain and Hay Show and the International Wool Show will have bright new quarters in Donovan Hall, newest addition to the Amphitheatre. ; Arthur Godfrey of radio and television fame will perform at evening horse show performance and at one matinee on his gifted Arabian, as well as originate daily telecasts in the Amphitheatre. The International Horse Show will have nine evening performances and six r.iatlnees. More than 1>,500 outstanding 4-H Club youngsters attending the National VS Club Congress will parade in the arena Wednesday night. Colorful auction sales climax International week. Sales of both fat and purebred 'breeding animals an- NOTICE TO TAXPAYERS AUDIT1ONA1. Al'l'HOi'IllA'rj Noclce is hereby ffiven to the taxpa.yers of Bethlehem Township, Cass County, Indiana, that the Advisory Board and Trustee such township on the 25th day of November 1957, at the hour of 7.30 o'clock P.M., to consider the following additional appropriations, which said officers consider necessary to meet the extra ordinary emergency existing- at this time, to-wit: TOWNSHIP FUSDi I A TRUSTEE'S SALARY $83.00 TUITION FUND! 28 PAT- OF TEACHERS 50.00 SREC'IAI, SCHOOL WSDi II XBW BUILDINGS UNDER CONTRACT .. .$2500.00 The foreKolns appropriations are in addition to appropriations provided for in the existing: bud- yets and levies. Taxpayers of Bethlehem Township appearing at said meeting shall have the rltrht to be heart! thereon. Tho additional appropriations as finally made will be automatically referred to the State Board of Tax Commissioners, which Board wil! hold a further hearing within fifteen days at the County Auditor's office of Cass County, Indiana, or at such other place as may be designated. At such hearing, i.ax- payers objecting to any s.uch additional appropriations may be heard, and interested taxpayers may inquire of the County Auditor when and where such hearing will bo heard. Dated this 7th day of November. 1957. DAI.K DAVIDSON, TRUSTEE. O'NEILL, & O'NEILL, ATTORNEYS. each memb€r . her hus .j band's 1 "favorite pie." The Ileka- memoh team won the contest prize. Mrs. Gene Thompson and Mrs. Gardona presented the entertainment. The remainder of the evening was spent playing "Whist," with high and low prizes going to •Mrs. Don Smiley and Mr. Smiley. Mrs. Sam McDowell received the door prize. The Christmas party will be held Dec. 18, (one.week ahead crt the regular meeting date) in the 'Mine of Mrs. Ben Geib, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Lavengood and two sons, of Kokomo, spent the week end with relatives in and around Rochester. The Swingeroo Dance club met in the Izaak Walton clu-b house Sunday evening for their regular party. Stanley Teel, president, conducted a brief business meeting, at which time he appointed a nominating committee to prepare a slate of officers for 1958, a:; follows: Robert See, Mrs. Robert VanDuyne and Mrs. Conde Holloway. Dec. 15 was the date set fcr the annual Christmas party which will start with a dinner at 6 o'clock, A committee on dinner arrangements was appointed: Mrs. Chauncey Oren, chairman, assisted by Mrs. Robert Van Duyne and Conde Holloway. After the business session dancing was enjoyed with Gal Braman as caller. Mr. and Mrs. A. N. Mdfntire were Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Harry McVay. Evening call ers were Mr. and Mrs. Frank Jus tus, Mrs. Ray Woodcox and Mrs Mary Scroxton. Pvt. Johnny Fuller, who was sta tioned at Fort Leonard Wood the past six months received his 'dis charge from the service and re turned (o his home on route 5, Ro Chester, Sunday. He is a member of the reserve forces. Mr. and Mrs Fuller went to Anderson Monday to visit relatives. MT. and Mrs. Paul A. Eiler were business visitors in South Bern Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Justus, Mr and Mrs. Ray Wood'cox and Mrs Mary Scroxton were visiting in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Howarc Kreighbaum of Plymouth, Sunday Mrs. Kreighbaum, the daughter ol Mrs. Justus, is 'recuperating from recent surgery. Mr. and Mrs. Charley Moon o; Lake Bruce and Mr. and Mrs Vern Ovcrmyer of Fulton visited in the Earl Wynn home Sunday. 'Mr. and Mrs. Virl Fore of Noblesville were Saturday evening dinner guests of her parents, Mr, and Mrs. Ed Hagan, spending the night with his mother, Mrs. William Fore, Rochester. Monday morning in Fulton circuit court a complaint on promissory note was filed by J. W, Cripe, doing business as the Lei- tersford Elevator Company, against Lee Johnson, asking $1,050. The name of Joseph Brady, R.'R. 4, Rochester, is listed on the Bureau -of Motor Vehicles latest list of driver's license suspensions. His is for conviction of drunken driving, and is until Oct. 1/7, 1858. Admissions to Woodlawn hospital were Mrs. Iva Cox, Y24& Main street; Frank Kammerer, Monticello Road; Chester Arne-tt, R.R. 2, Rochester, Dismissals: Mrs. William Garrison and son,' R.R. 1, Gilead; Mrs. David Geyer and son, R.R. 1, Tippecanoe; Mrs. Dick Floor and son, Mrs. Dean Banrmerlin and daughWANTED: At Once! SOO WOMEN, Age J7-59 MARRIED OR SINGLE Position* arm open NOW for women trained a> DENTAL ASSISTANTS or PRACTICAL NURSES, in cJinJrt, doctors' oftjeei, institutions, privott homes. This spar* time- training wilt not interfere with present job or household • duties. High school education no) necessary. ENJOY A GOOD, STEADY weifcly incOM. Get hid details now! SCHOOLS OP PRACTICAL NUMINe Write Box A-60 c/o this newtpaper, Logansport, Ind, hMM Mnd FRIE BoofcM, entirely wllheiM obligation, wit Loganiport Pharoi- H H«w I con ••cam a Pracl.nl Nun. Tribune & P«--« I «m BtHVfM a Dint*I Aftlftant U ,,___ 11/18-19/57 Occunatlon . Phone... . H J! a T, 1 ^ »... ~» - - ..... j-j 5| n g| 0 •Give and serve tihe MR Bond and MK Lilkirel illard KENTUCKY BLENDED WH ISKEY »V!>O AVAtbAOLCc Kentucky StraffffXSoufbou Whiskey-6 Years C'd In holiday dress for gmcious giving We aod serve Bond and LOlard Kentucky whiskey ... k adds »me, •fcjog all ks own to yo«r best wishes for a happy holiday season. THE BONO & LIU.ARD COMPANY, LOUISVILLE, KENTUCKY, DISTRIBUTED BY NATIONAL DISTILLERS PROD-; •CIS COMPANY. BOTH 86 PROOF. KENTUCKY BUNDED WHISKEY CONtAIKS 65% GRAM NEUTRAL SPIfiffS. CIVIL WAR VET IS US—Walter WUliams gives you a wave of his hat in Houston, Tex., as he marks his 115th birthday. Williams is one of two surviving veterans of the Civil war, both Confederates. The other is 3 years younger. Williams said he would accept an MGM movie role offer. He was a forage master way back then, (International SottndyhotoJ. Whitley in Vernon for Slaying Trial VERNON, Ind. (UP) - Texas desperado Victor Wayne Whitley, 26, was returned from the Indiana State Prison Monday night for trial on first-degree murder charges in the slaying o£ State Trooper William Kellems. • Guarded by two state troopers and Scott County authorities, Whitley was driven here from Michigan City and taken to Jennings County Jail. Whitley, sentenced to life imprisonment recently in the abduction of a deputy sheriff, will be tried in Scott Circuit Court in the Sept. 30 shooting of Kellems near Scottsburg. He was taken here rather than to Scottsburg because authorities felt the Scottsburg jail not safe enough for Whitley, whose two-state crime spree with a fellow desperado cost the lives of two state troopers, the wounding .of several other law officers and the life of his companion. Whitley was captured near North Vernon a day after Kellems was shot down at a roadblock. Logansport, Indiana, Pharos-Tribune Five downtown hotel to the Governor's Mansion. The paid-up policy was written by the Indiana Association of insurance agents which was holding its 59th annual convention. Gov. Handley Is "Insured" Against Comets, Fallimj Ddgs INDIANAPOLIS (UP) - Cover- nor Handley was insured today against the hazards of "comets, The association said it protects meteors" and "falling dogs" re- the governor against "comets, portedly encountered in "outer i meteors, effects of gravitational f . „ ipuU, other space ships, rocket ex- space travel. haust| fallin g dogs and all other But the "new-fangled" insurance forms O f space hazards not listed policy was delivered by an "old-'above." fashioned" method Monday. Six "Pony Express riders" relayed the policy three miles from a Read the Classified Ads ter, Macy; Mrs. Caiwn Grovesnor and daughter, R.H. 2; Mrs. Francis Becht and daughter, BE1 Cutler, Gary; A. H. Hatfield, R.R. 5; Mrs. Raymond Lewis, R.R. 1; Milford; Mrs. Carl Campbell, Kewanna. CRITICAL AFTER FALL WINAMAC — James'Lugett of Winamac is reportedly in critical condition at Beatty Memorial Hospital after falling and breaking his hip. COLLEGE GRADS EAiRN MORE MIAMI BEAOH (OP)—P a u 1 Gurske, director of the Bureau of Labor Standards of the U.S. Department of Labor, told the Florida Federation of Labor convention Monday that the average college graduate earns a total of $268,000' in his lifetime. Gurske said bureau statistics showed the college graduate's lifetime earnings average $1.13,000 more than those of a high school graduate and $152,000 more than those of a grade school graduate. MARY DERBY IN SOUTH BEND Miss Mary Derby, 213 Eel River avenue, was released from St. Joseph's hospital Sunday and was taken to South Bend, where she will complete her convalescence at the home of her brother, Joe Derby, of 210 Pennsylvania avenue. Miss Derby, a reporter for the Loganspon: Press, had been in Che hospital since suffering a broken leg in a fall at her home last September. ... TO PAY WHAT YOU OWE Thore it no foit«r or «as!er way to borrow money. What's more, und«r th« G.A.C. plan you can choos* Hie terms that b«st fit your pockttbook. FROM NOW UNTIL CHRISTMAS Open Wednesday 'til 5:00 P. M. loans Up to $500 G.A.C. FINANCE CORPORATION 325 PEARL STREET Opposite Telephone Company Logansport, Indiana TELEPHONE 5101 Offlt* Hourt: Dnily V-5; Wednesday & Soturdoy 9-11 The one that's really new a is the lowest-priced, too! Compare! Car for car, Edsel gives you most-and is priced the lowest— of all 1958's medium-priced cars! The elegantly styled Edsel is the newest looking car you'll see on the road this year. But more important to you as a car buyer, the Edsel is new all over. New all over means the already- famous power of the big, new V-8 Edsel Engines. It means the option of new Teletouch Drive, the most talked-about feature in years. It means the safety of self-adjusting brakes. Even the luxurious comfort of the first genuine contour seats. Yet, with all these important advances, Edsel prices are the lowest in the whole medium-price field!* Compare—car for car. You'll find that the 1958 Edsel is the value of the year. See your Edsel Dealer today and prove.it. \ "Based on actual comparison of sugyeiled retail delivered prices. EDSEL DIVISION • FORD MOTOR COMPANY 1958 EDSEL See your Edsel Dealer and road-check 1958's most remarkable automobile" SHILLING AUTO SALES Highway 24 at W. Linden Aye., Logansport, Ind. *IN OTHCft AHtA* *tt YOU* LOCAL fDttL

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