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Logansport, Indiana
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Thursday, November 21, 1957
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Thursday Evening, November 21, 1957. II. FOR SALE NEW $37.50 Sunbeam coffee maker, will take $27.50. Phone 20532. J-P1ECE ladies nested luggage, $15. Bargain Center, 322 Third. INDUSTRIAL EQUIPMENT 1_1957"420" Crawler with blade 1—International W-6 Tractor. loader with bucket JENSEN Implement Co. 118 Burlington Ave. Phone 4657 11. FOR SALE 2 speed tape recorder. Reasonably priced. Phone 2974 after 5 p.m. f. Wearing Apparel HARDWOOD, cut to order, $5 rank, place order after 5 p.m. 133' College St. HOUSETRAELERS and accessories Buy, sell or trade. 2 mi. N. W on U. S. 35. Maple Springs. FERREE & SMITH Mobile Home Sales, Akron, Ind. ( Ph. TW-3-3285 or TW-3-2075. V* ml. S. Akron. WANTED: Tape recorder, Hi-Fi amplifier, sound equipment. 'Ph. 4569. SUNBEAM electric razer in case ; like new, never used. Ph. 6816 BAIRD MOBILE ' HOMES NOW HAVE ON DISPLAY THE TRAILER EVERYONE IS TALK ING ABOUT 50 FT., 10 FT. WIDE TRi-LEVEL New Prices, from $1200 to $8895 Used Prices, from $195 to $3200 AFTER SMALL DOWN PAYMENT ON NEW MOBILE HOME* PAYMENTS AS LOW AS $3.2.54 PER MONTH. WE HAVE OVER 45 MODELS TO CHOOSE FROM, IN 8-FT. AND 10-FT. WIDTHS. BAIRD MOBILE HOMES, Inc. 1 MI. SOUTH OF PERU ON-U. S. 31 Ph. Peru GR-39808 c. Musical Instruments USED PIANOS Grand, small size, mahogany case, Wurlitzer. $30 down, balance $10 per month. Baldwin Acrosonic Spinet, mahogany, like new. $25.00 down, balance like rent, Kmball Consollette and bench, extra nice. No money down, buy like rent. Lester Upright, 58" tall, good condition. $85.00. Terms. USED ORGANS 1 Hammond Spinet, style M3, blond. 2 Hammond Chord Organs. 1 Lowery Organo. 1 Hammond Solovox. No down payment necessary, buy like rent. RAMSEYER PIANO CO. 320 W. Taylor St. Kokomd, Indiana TIMELY SAVINGS Men's Leather Jackets Reg. $23.95 to $27.98 S '$17.88 Brown or Black in Sizes 40 to 46 MONTGOMERY WARD 412 E. Broadway Phone 4193 FOR SALE—3 bedroom home at 2319 Usher St., low down payment. Phone 2648 days, 3039 nights. BARGAINS! BARGAINS! Shop at The Thrift Shop 411 E. Market Street BEAUTIFUL 2 bedroom conventional built home, new in 1956, Turner's Terrace Addition in Walton. Owner transferred, 3 bedroom modern, large lot and garage on contract, $500 down. In Walton. P. M. Sperry Agent. R. E. Butz, Sales Rep. Ph. 2035 or 2554, Walton. 12. GOOD THINGS TO EAT DON'T forget your sorghum molasses for your Thanksgiving and Christmas goodies. Any amount, and priced to suit you. 2 miles south Lake Cicott off state road 24 near Georgetown. Herman Cook. APPLES and elder. Jasper Wory & Son, High Street Road. BARR'S RED DELICIOUS Golden Delicious, Jonathan, Turley and Stayman Winesap apples on sale at your grocers and storage, % mile north of Lake Cicott. Barr's Orchard. b. Fruits, Vegetable* PICK apples, $1.00; cider, 50c gallon. Lines Orchard, 5 miles! east Mexico, Vi mile north. APPLES and cider. Rome Beauty and Turley - Winesap. Bert Rhoades, High Street Road. QUALITY Red & Golden Delicious apples,, Stayman, Winesaps & cider. 'Dwight Smith, north on 25, Airport Road. FRESH chilled sweet c:.der. Apples, potatoes, bananas. Open evenings. Sam Berkshire, 425 South Cicott Street. ORCHARD fresh fruits, cider, sor. ghum. Kozy Nook Orchard, % mile west Rochester on Road 14. Open until 8 p.m. No Sunday sales. 13. REAL ESTATE 'OR SALE—3 bedroom home, 2706 Emmet Drive in Highland Park Ave, low. down payment. Phone 2B48 days, 3039 nights. ATTRACTIVE HOME LISTINGS DOUGLAS OR ROSCOE MARTIN, Realtors ' Phone 4567 MODERN home, 2708 East Broadway. Gas heat, incinerator, dish washer, carpeted. Phone 6460. Latest Market Reports FINANCIAL NOTE N.Y.C. bank stocks hold sfeody; non-N.Y.C. bank shares recede. 60 '« '« '47 '49 '51 '53 '65 '57 YIAHIY D*TA . {5|,; Oiiln: Compvny (Uporls Morrb Kf*tx ROLLING RIDGE Three bdr. modern ranch on 100 x200 lot, att, gar., full bsmt., wardrobe closets, dinette, tile bath, less than 1 year old. 11 WEST MIAMI • Three bdr. modern in XLNT repair, bsmt., bath and half, terms can be arranged to suit any buyer. MERRILL WILSON, Realtor Mrs. Alma Hill, Sales -Repr. 300 North St. Phone 3798 Eves. Phone 7277 PRODUCERS STOCKYARDS 190 to 230 No. 1 19.85 190 to 220 .• 17.35 1220 to 240 17.00 240 to 260 16.75 260 to 280 16.50 280 to 300 16.35 Two Resign City Posts In Peru PERU—Speculation waxed heavy here today over the resignation yesterday of Ralph Kerns, city utilities manager, and the resignation today of G. R. Landgraves, city attorney and uncle to the mayor. The resignations came in the midst of bids being taken on a proposed $1V2 million water expansion project of the city. Kerns said he resigned at the request of Mayor John Devine and City Engineer Levi Wilson, but the mayor denied that he asked Kerns to resign. Landgraves addressed his letter .of resignation to the mayor and the Board of Works. The city council scheduled a Sows ............./.... 15.50 down| special meeting tonight at 8 o'clock to ask the mayor why Kerns re- Bishop Bennett Rites Monday Archbishop Schulte To Be in Charge ' Funeral rites for the Most Rev. John G. Bennett, Bishop of the Catholic diocese of Lafayette in Indiana, will be conducted at 11 a.m. Monday in St. Mary's Ca- Boars 7.00-10.00 Stags 7.00-10.00 Hawkins Stockyards Meat type above quotations 200 to 220 17.10 |220 to 240 16.75 240 to 260 16.50 260 to 280 16.25 280 to 300 16.00 ROOM, 1 story modern home, oil, hot water heat, 2 car garage. 3130 N. Pennsylvania Ave. Ph. 2489. ELKINS choice broad breasted turkeys. Oven ready, delivered. Phone 40712. 13. REAL ESTATE OWNER wishes to trade lovely mobile home for modern home -in Logansport. Jefferies Agency, 403 East 13th St. o- Houses FOR SALE: 3 bedroom, 2 baths, large family room, many other extras, excellent location, financing available, would accept older house on trade. Shown by appointment. Phone 3039. USED pianos. $5 up. Spencer Transfer & Storage Co. 212 S. Sixth. SPINETS—CONSOLES: by America's oldest Incorporated Piano Manufacturer. Guaranteed lowest prices terms. Thompson Piano Sales.'834 W. Miami Ave. ALTO SAXOPHONE and clarinet in good condition. See Mr. Thomas at Penneys or call evenings, 52516. d. Poultry, Eggs, Baby Chix GIVE hens a boost at noon with SUP-PEL PELLETS. Hizer Hatchery, Grass Creek h. Wanted to Buy USED cement mixer, medium or small size. Write Box A-64, this newspaper. WANTED: Tape recorder, Hi-Fi amplifier, sound equipment. Ph. 4569. CASH for your used spinet; console, studio piano. Call 8983. WILL PAY spot cash for small used upright, Spinet or Player I iano*. Fhon« 3397. As Nice as the Best: This rancher located in Roselawn is charming and simple in its design. Has 2150 sq. ft. of living space and 2 car .attached garage. Center hall leads to 3 bedrooms, spacious kitchen and family room, finished in knotty pine. Carpet, drapes -apd 85 ft. of TV tower are included. Owner transferred, and will give early possession. National Nice 2 bedroom home, located near 16th and High.' You can buy this for only $7600. 30 days possession. North Third Sq. type modern 5 bedroom home. 1% baths, auto, oil furnace, garage. Immediate possession. Sell for $8500 on land contract with $1500 down, Who Needs It? Owner doesn't, but perhaps you do. Price just reduced en this large 10 bedroom downtown income property. Very good deal for the right party. Will consider trade or land contract. Otto Hilbert REALTOR Phone 2684 BOB AYERS, Realtor Phone 4326 ' 16 W. Linden Ave. Look what $10,500 will buy on E. Bdwy. This all modern 3 bed- rm cottage, full basement, gas heat, garage, landscaped yard. $3500 down and move fight in. 150 ACRES, SE of Headlee, Ind. modern 6 rm house, builtins in kit, newly decorated throughout barn 48x40, garage 20x26, chicken house 30x18. Good fences. 110 tillable bal pasture and timber. Will sell on contract and will consider 5 rm house on trade as down payment. BUILDING LOTS, 50x165 with new double garage N. Penn. Ave. Will sell on contract. 41'/ix 150' south side ?550. 120x140 close in Wash Twp. cash or contract. 5 RM MODERN N. Third St. take over G. I. loan monthly payment $42 including taxes, ins. princ and int. We handle all types of property management. signed. The resignations came a few hours after the Board of Works opened bids of 1C firms wanting to furnish pipe for water lines. Specifications called for cast iron pipe but a change was made to include concrete pressure pipe. De- jvine was reported to. have chang- Sows 15.25 down'ed those specifications. He said he Boars 10.00 down did S o . because concrete was Stags 10.00 down Veal 19.00 Third Street Market Veals 20 Lambs '. 18 Veal Hides ...'. 12 Beef Hides .04 Eggs 31 Popejoy Dressing Plant Leghorn Hens .13 Heavy Hens 15 cheaper, Kerns quit his $12,500 a year position despite the fact his contract with the city had more than three years to go. Mayor Devine' said he intended to ask William Buffir.gton, assistant superintendent of the light plant, to become acting superintendent until a new man could be found for the job. Wayne's Produco Leghorn Hens 11 Heavy Hens 15 CHICAGO (UP) — Produce: Live poultry steady; 160,000 Ibs. USDA price changes: Geese 26-27. Cheese steady; single daisies and longhorns 30-39%; .processed loaf 36-37; Swiss Grade A 42-44; B 40-42; C 35-38. Butter steady and unchanged; 752,000 Ibs; 93 score 59; 92 score 59; 90 score 58'A; Eggs irregular; score 57. 7,200 cases; white large extras 49; mixed large extras 49; mediums <K'&; standards 43; current receipts 37Vz. c. Farms WHY pay rent or high city taxes when you can buy 10 acres of good land near Fulton with 6- room home, complete bath and cabinets for less than $6,000. Wl CHICAGO (UP) — Livestock: Hogs 10,000; steady to 15 higher on -butchers under 240 Ibs, over 240 Ibs mostly steady; No, 1-3, 190230 Ibs 17.15-17.85; 240-270 Ibs 16.7517.00. Cattle 2,000, calves 200; slaughter steers and heifers steady to weak; steady; other classes stockers 'and mostly feeders steady, to weak; high good to prime steers 23.QO-W.25; mixed good and choice 20.50-23.50; good to choice heifers 21.00-24.50; veal- dow must sell. Lloyd Sausaman, j ers 28.00 down; choice yearling Realtor, Rochester, Indiana. stock steers 24.50. Sheep 2,000; .steady; good to prime wooled lambs 21.00-23.00. thedral, Lafayette. The Most Rev. Paul Scrhulte, arch-bishop of Indianapolis, will be celebrant at a Pontifical Requiem Mass. Bishop Leo Pursley of the Fort Logansport, Indiana, Pharos-Tribune Twsnty-tlirs« Orders Speedup in Aid To Longcliff Patients SATELLITE? Plan Trial Launching of U. S. Rocket CAPE CANAVERAL; Fla. (UP) —A slender Vanguard rocket was Wayne diocese*wm'deliver"the*ser- believed ready today for a trial mon. He will be assisted by Bish-j launching which may determine op John J. Carberry, the new head w , n .., th " " " nf tho T.afavplto Hincev Rishrm satellite. this nation can launch a of the Lafayette diocese; Bishop Henry Grimelsmanr, of Evaasville; and Bishop Andrew Grutka of Gary. The body of Bishop Bennett, who died Wednesday, may be viewed at the residence in Lafayette from 5 p.m. Thursday until 1:30 p.m. Sunday, when the body will be moved to St. Mary's Cathedral to lie in state until the funeral. Survivors are a sister, Mrs. Carl Reifenrath, Lafayette, and a brother, Frank Bennett, Dunnington. The Lafayette diocese includes the counties of Cass, Pulaski, Fulton, White, Miami, Carroll, Tippecanoe, Newton, Jasper, Benton, Warren, Howard, Grant, Blackford, Jay, Fountain, Montgomery, Clinton, Tipton, Boone, Hamilton, Madison, Delaware and Randolph. Funeral services for Mrs. Rose the center. Hasselt, 79, of 320 West Linden I Deaths and Funerals HASSETT There was no indication whether scientists will attempt to orbit Logansport state hospital patients in need of dentures, eyo glasses, hearing aids or artificial limbs will obtain them more rapidly in the future, Dr. John Southworth, superintendent, stated Thursday. At the monthly mooting of tha Cafs County Association for Mental Health held Wednesday night at Longcliff a report was received that some patients had had to wait an unreasonable length of time to obtain dentures or eye-glasses. A resolution was passed asking the Rev. Kenneth Brady, president, to appoint a committee to determine administrative procedure in -.. test satellite with the sudl casos *> corrective steps racket's firing test. Nor was there. collld bc tak<?n any indication when scientists' It was learned that it is primar- plan to let fly with the black, j ily the responsibility of the family white and gray missile. The midsection, carrying the vital "brain" for its war or moon- head, has already been tested successfully on the ground. Might End Tests There was speculation that if a | of (he patient to pay for such physical aids and the hospital business office always contacts the next of kin whenever the doctor in charge of a patient certifies that dentures, eye-glasses, or other physical aids are needed. test satellite is launched and goes' When Dr. Southworth was con- into orbit, the remaining t w o I laded Thursday by representatives scheduled test firings might be'of the Mental Health Association, called off and an earlier attempt made to put up the actual satellite to match the Russian Sputniks, j Newsmen, who make frequent and often fruitless trips here when there is a hint of a "big -shoot," had little to go on besides a brief unveiling of the rocket on the Air Force missile iesl ccn'.er W2d res- day, and the announcement from Washington that the "brain section" of the Vanguard had undergone successful statis firing at More Tests Needed lie said steps have been taken to eliminate delays resulting from Uia. failure of some families to accept responsibiiily in such cases. It has been only in the last two . or three years that the hospital has purchased dentures and eye-glasses for patients if they or their families car't afford thoin, tha superintendent reported. It previously was the obligation of tha. county from which the patient came. The superintendent indicated (hat the delays due to failure of some) • . families to pay for the physical iaids had been brought to his at- sary will be recited at 8:30 p.m. Friday. Burial will be in St, .Vincent's cemetery. SCOTT Rosentreter Rites At Argos on Friday ARGOS—Funeral services will be held at 2 p. in. Friday at the Grossman Funeral Home for Frederick W. Rosentreter, 83, a resident of this community for 38 years, who died at 3 p. m. Tuesday after a stroke at his home in Plymouth. Rev. Burton Bartling of Argos Baptist church will officiate at'Miller funeral home. Burial will LI__ *i _ _ r» ;_i ...MI I__ J_ ut-~ Kr, i'« CmiinrT /"Vfjnlr namftftrV avenue, will be at 9 a.m. Satur-j The Defense Department an- ,._ ,.,,,,„ ,„-„,.,,.,, ,„ day at St. Bridget's church with nouncement indicated that more 'f™ ion " e c en l ^ tep? Father Francis Meehan official- ground tests were needed before • recen ."y a ™ sle P s . ing. Friends may call at the Kroe- the rocket can be sent up from *er funeral .home, where the Ro-:its launching pad. These may or may not have already taken place. In Washington, J. Paul Walsh, deputy director of Project Van- had been taken to speed up the process prior to the Mental Health meeting. If a family cannot pay for den- • lures, they will be made at once in the hospital laboratory. Only uarcl told a news conference exce l jtions are in cas « in which Final rites for Robert _Earl^ llat ^ second stage of the roek jthe condition of the patient is such Scott, 84, of route 5, city, will be et llad becn SUCCOS sfu]!y tested on' hat lle 1S unable to glve the nec ' at 1:30 p.m. Friday at the Spring the launching pad The 'econd'- sary co °P eratlor - in Ming Uie den- Creek Christian church. The Rev.! stage con taips the electronic "" August Lundquist will officiate, equipment which will guide the Friends may call at the _ Chase- 1 ro cket and satellite on the flight the rites. Burial will be in the Argos Maple Grove cemetery. The Maxinkuckee IOOF will conduct graveside rites. Mr. Rosentreter was born at St'ilhvei!, Ind. on. January 12, 1874. His parents were August and Henrietta Rosentreter. He moved from Argos to Plymouth 30 years ago. He was first married to Emma McHone who died in 1928. He married Tillie J. Dunlap on Nov. 18, 1929. She survives. Other survivors include a daughter, Mrs. Wilma Brown, Argos; and two granddaughters and several nieces. Thursday afternoon 600 acres near Royal Center, 475 A. cult. $115,000 with very liberal terms. 240 acres near Monticello with outstanding improvements throughout. Contract terms. Merrill Wilson, Realtor, 300 North St. Phone 3798, INDIANAPOLIS (UP) — Livestock: Hogs 6,500; 25-50 higher; 180-260 Ib 17.25-17.75, some to 18.00; 260300 Ib. 17.00-17.50; lflB-165 Ib 15.00- 1S.50, 18 ACRES rich soil 8 room house, Cattle 1.000; calves 200; fully modern, nice kitchen, new bath steadv to 25 , spots 50 higher; good new barn. Cost approx. $4,000. j and choice steers 22.50-25.50; high Large shaded lawn, garden be-| cholce to 26-W: good and choice tween Akron and Rochester. Owner moving to Florida. Sell contract $2500 down. ELMER LITTON, Realtor 1020 Jefferson St. Rochester, Ind. FOR SALE: 47 A., level, tillable 'soil, one ownership many years, attractive dwelling, hen house, barn. Owner selling because of health. Offers considered. Also . outstanding 80 A. farm. Exceptional. Well worth $25,000. Also 60 A. heavy dark land, good im- pi^ements. $17,500. Terms. Call, write, see Deamer- & Deamer, Realtors, .Rochester, Ind. Eighth St Four bedroom all modern located near school, churches and downtown area. Large living room with fireplace, aliio den, dining room and built-in kitchen down. 1'A baths, basement, attached garagf, small yard. This property is extra nice and quick possession. Dale W. McNutt YOUR REALTOE; Phone 2928 AND ROBERT HERR R. R. 2 Camden, Ind. Ph. Deer Creek 462W2 heifers 21.50-24.00; vealers fully be in Spring Creek cemetery. KEVIBERUNG into space. The last Vanguard lest was Oct. 23. The Defense Department announced it had shot up to 109 Funeral services for Florence ^^above Ih7 earth, rTac ng ' * condS'^f velocity o£ 4 ' 250 miles " a " at the Me-, r ' Closkey- Hamilton funeral home.j with the Rev. Raymond Skeltorij officiating. Burial was in Mt. Hope cemetery. Mrs. Esther Carson Succumbs at Walton Mrs. Esther Nina Carson, 68, died at 9:55 p.m. Wednesday at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Ruth Helvie, route 2, Walton. She had been ill nine weeks and had: lived with her daughter during that time. She was born, in Cass county .Nov. 6, 1889 to Mr. and Mrs. Allen Bean. Her husband, David Carson, Jied in 1950. She was a member of the Onward Methodist church. She is survived by two sons, David, 325 Wheatlanct avenue; and STEWART Funersl services for Ralph L. Steward, 73, of 1001 Bates street, will be at 2 p.m. Saturday at the •McCloskey-Hamilton funeral home. The Rev. J. J. Saalwaechter, of Richmond, will officiate. Burial will be in Mt. Hope cemetery. Verlin Austin, 53, Of Carroll County, Dies at Hospital DELPHI — Verlin Austin, aged 53, a lifetime resident of Carroll county, died at 6:00 p.m. Wednesday at White County Hospital where he had been a patient four weeks. Mr. Austin was born in Juno, 1904. His parents were Sherman and Hattie Roach Austin. He married Fror.a Redding on Jan. 27, 1922. A farmer, he was mem- tures. Since alcoholic patients are "short termers,"' the hospital will not pay for physical aids for them. Doctors will indicate whether eye-glasses are necessary or elective in nature. The hospital will purchase the eye-glasses for those Give Cowell Eagle Ring Carl -R. Berndt presented diamond Eagle ring to Tom Cowell, past president of tihe Eagles lodge, at the regular meeting of the lodge Wednesday night. The presentation was in recognition of Coiveli's service to the lodse. Plans were maed for initiation of a <:I-ass of candidates on Dec. 4, when Mike Gaffney, national financial advisor of the lodge, will speak. On Dec. 5 the local degree team will go to Wabash to induct a class in honor of Arthur Ehrmann of Milwaukee, editor of the Eagle magazine, who will speak. The lodge voted a $10 donation! Miss Joyce to the Cass county Tuberculosis Burnettsville, certified as necessary if the family is unaWc to do so, Dr. Southworth pointed out that the hospital purchased an artificial leg for one of the patients just a few days ago. Marion J, Craney, associate director of the Indiana Association for Mental Health, was the speak- a! er at the Wednesday night meeting of the Cass county Association for Mental Health. A committee composed of Mrs. Mary Best, Miss Virginia Leslie, and Don Freehafcr was appointed to prepare the by-laws for adoption at the next meeting to be held Dec. 18. Directors of Uie Association also will be elected at that time. steady to strong; good and choice othey Fife, 1401 Pleasant Hill; 24.00-28.50, few 29.00. Sheep 1,200; fully steady; good and choice lambs, wooled shorn 20.50-22.00. and Carl Cowing, 71, Of Flora, Succumbs FLORA — Carl Cowing, 71, of Ray, Cincinnati, Ohio; three; b ' o£ the Yeoman Methodist daughters, Mrs. Helvie; Mrs. Dor- ! -v.,.,.,,1, nt.1in.1r TTlJCrt -t AfH 1-l1_- J. TTill . (•*•'"* *-ll. Survivors include his wife; one son, Robert of Lafayette; one and Mrs. Chios Sharts, Fort Wayne; three brothers, Herbert Bear;, route 5, Logansport; Homer Bean, route 2, Walton; and John Bean, Hoover; two sisters, Mrs. Martha Pursch, 924 West Market street; Mrs. Mae Hale, Washington, D. C., eleven grand- 21-5 South First street, died Wed-'child. children and one great grand- nesday evening at the Wabash Valley Sanitarium near Lafayette, where he had been a patient one week. Born near Counersville June 30, 1«86, he was the son of William and Lottie WasWurn Cowing. He worked .tor 16 years at the Flora Cabinet company. He is survived by a sister, Mrs. Dorothy Moore, of -Indianapolis. The body is at the Leiter funeral home in Flora, where rites are pending. FURNITURE LOANS LINCOLN FINANCE COMPANY Marl* Smi.h, Mgr. Ph«n* MM RE-OPEN iNG-FRIDAY NOVEMBER MND Donofo's Italian Village Junction U. S. 24 and 35 W**t — Pht>n« 2742 Serving Finest Italian and American Foods O'pen Daily 4 p. m.—10 p. m. Open Sundays 11 a. m.—10 p. m. If rash Italian Bread and Pizza Daily The body is at the Fisher funeral home, where rites are pending. campaign. Thanksgiving turkeys were awarded to Richard Bender, Hay Ristedt, Thurman Morter, Robert Woods and Don Cook. Talks were given by Ray Ristedt on membership and C. R. Bernct on Patron Eagles. Attendance awards went to 0. daughter, Mrs Robert Baum, R , M <:CIain, G. R. Bender, Charles Tucson, Ariz.; two sisters, Mrs.| stuarti Fenton Mee and - H L Sadie Viney of Logansport and Rush) wh . i]e E j m€r Hall rece i ve j Mrs. Pearl Julian of Yeoman; U ie Patron Eagle award, three grandchildren. Funeral rites will be held at 1:30 p.m. Saturday at the Jackson Funeral Home. Rev. James Rankin will officiate. Burial will >e in .'the Monticello cemetery, Triends may call at the funeral home after 2:30 p.m. Friday. Mrs. Hazel Garland Of Peru Succumbs PERU - Mrs. Hazel Garland, aged 66, 201 East Fifth street, died at 8:10 p.m. Wednesday at Dukes Hospital. She had been ill two years. Mrs. Garland was born in Miami county in October of'1891 to Alexander and Matilda Emmrick Hires. She married Milton Garland on Aug. 28,'1909. He survives. .Survivors include three daughters, Miss Ruby of the home, Mrs. James Button and Mrs. Delbert Bradshaw of Peru; seven grandchildren and one -great grandchild; three brothers and two "sisters are dead. Funeral services will- be held- Saturday at the Eikenberry Fun era! .Home. Rev. Dale Bardsey wil'i officiate, assisted by Rev. Clyde Gregg. Burial will be in Greenl-awn cemetery, Mexico. Friends may call at the funeral home after 2 p.m. Friday. Lee E. Ferrerhoff Funeral on Friday FLORA — Funeral services for iee E. Fetterhoff, 60, will be at 2 p. m, Friday at the Grace Breth- ;rn church, with the Rev. John Svans officiating. Burial will be in Maple Lawn cemetery. He is survived by his wife, Jeuiah; a son, the Rev. Dean Fetterhoff, Flora; his mother, Mrs. Ella Fetterhoff, Plymouth; a irother, Larry, Logansport; a | both of Logansporl; and Mrs. Mary sister, Mrs Ruth Howard, Lafay-1 Schictz, route 1, Lucerne; two sis- ette; a half-sister, Mrs. Alpa Reppert, Bringhurst; and two grandchildren. OVERMYER RITES TODAY ROCHESTER—Funeral services •were scheduled at 2 p. m. today at Ellers Chapel in Kokomo for Rsilph E. Overmyer, who was born in Rochester on Feb. . 14, 1BS3. Hfi lived in Kokomo ami was a member of the Bunker Hill Methodist Church and Masonic Lodge. • He died Tuesday. Read the Classified Ads Ralph L Steward, Retired Railroad Engineer, Dies at 73 Ralph L. Steward, 73, of 1001 Bate;: street, died at 3:10 a.m. Thursday after a short illness. He was a retired Pennsylvania Railroad engineer. Born March 14, 1884 in Richland county, Ohio, he was 1 Hie son of David and Belle Anderson Steward. He was a member of the Pennsylvania Railroad Veteran Employes Association. He Ls survived by his wife, Flossie V.; two sons, Paul, Cosher; and George, Albion, Mich; three step-daughters, Mrs. Ellen Rammell and Mrs. Frances Miller, Three From Cass Attend Conference County Commissioner-elect John Conn, Sheriff 0. R. Carson, and Elmer, Shuman, county highway superintendent, attended the Governor's Rural Traffic Conference held Wednesday at Indianapolis. The meeting was attended by nearly 300 county commissioners and law enforcement officials. ters, Mrs. William Meyers,' Brink' haven, Ohio; and Miss Lula Steward, 'Mansfield, Ohio; and six grandchildren. .Friends may call after 7 p.m. Thursday at the MeCloskey-Ham- ilton funeral home, where services will be held at 2 p.m. Saturday. The Rev. J. J. Saalwaechter, oJ Richmond, will officiate. Burial will be in Mt. Hope cemetery. Girl Struck By City Bus Fry, 18, route 1, was hospitalized Thursday with injuries suffered when she was struck by a city bus at Fifth and East Market streets at 6:40 a. m. The bus driver, Robert Lea Shoparcl, 31, of 510 West Wabash, avenue, was charged by polica with failure to yield lihe right-of- way to a pedestrian. Miss Fry, who was taken to tJ-.e hospital in the Fisher ambulance, is reported in "fairly good" condition with a deep lac- Tation on the right side of her ead, by the ear; a minor cut on .ier chin; and numerous contusions. Shepard was driving <fce bus east on Market and turned left onto Fifth, hitting Miss Fry as she stepped from the curb and started (o go west across Fifth on the north side of Market, according to Uie police report. Shepard [old officers he failed to see Miss Fry in time to stop. An employe of the Gossard firm, Miss Fry had just gotten out 01 the car of her father, Alvin, with whom she had ridden to town. Shepard was arraigned in city court Thursday morning on the failure to yield charge and pleaded not guilty. His trial was set for Tuesday, Dec. 3. CAR, TRUCK COLLIDE A car driven by Norman Woodruff, 2«, of 506 Howard street, and a ton and a half truck driven by Ronald Beck, 18, route 4, were involved in a collision at Fifteenth street and Erie avenue at 10:55 a.m. Thursday, as the truck was backing into the street, police reported. CONDITION IMPROVED Attorney George Brubaker, route 1, city, who has been in serious condition at the St. Joseph -hospital, was Thursday. reported improved Four Drivers Handed Fines by City Judge Four drivers were fined in city court Thursday mornin-g, including three arrested for speeding by police using the electric timer Wed' nesday on East Market street. Robert Foster, 509 Front street, was fined $1 and costs for reck- (less driving. Speeders fined were' Olin Parrett, Huntinglon, $14 and costs (suspended); Sherman Byrd, 988 Rosewood Drive, Peru, $11 and costs; and Clayton Roberts, Rensselaer, $5 and costs. SALE CALENDAR Nov. 22—Hummel Estate Weddingtori ; Nov. 22—Joe's Auction Tee! Nov. 22—Vernice Working Murden Nov. 23—Berkshire Auction House Waldron, .Auct. Nov. 23—Maple Grove Sales & Service Rinehart Nov. 23—Cecil Shoemaker & Miller Heirs Plotner

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