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^"Logansport, Indiana, Pharos-Tribune T. H. YOUNG D-X PRODUCTS FUEL OILS 1520Woodlawn Ave. Phone 461 9 B. R. WILHELM CO. Timken Oil end Gas Heating Equipment. Shellane Bottled Gas Auto Radiator Repair 206 Fifth Street Phone 3929 • Glass For All Purposes • Auto Glass • Mirrors • Window Glass • Furniture Tops HARRIS GLASS CO. J. W. Harris-Jim Harris Mgr. Asst. Mgr. 107 Sixth Street Phone 2509 DALE L ISAACS Electrical Contractor Licensed • Bonded • Insured 3259 . 231 W. Ottawa Logansport, Ind. CASS COUNTY STONE CO. STUDEBAKER Construction Co. Paving Contractors R. R. 6 Ph. 5-6358 Logansport, Ind. MOTOR-STOKER Anthracite Burning Equipment QUALITY COALS AND FUEL OfL SCHMIDT COAt CO. 923 W. Broadway Phone 4420 Logansport THE FARMERS AND MERCHANTS STATE BANK Serving This Community Since 1902 Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation HIATT'S "Everything for Your Office" 310 E. Broadway Dial 3842 Catholic Churches St. Vincent's Catholic Church Mse J«hn P. Schall. Pastor Key. Edward S. Uatuazak. , Pastor Schodule or Services: Sunday Masses: 7:30—9:00~10:3') Weekdays: 6:30-8:00 First Friday & Saturday o:t Mnntb 6:00-8:00. Hoi;' Days of Obligation: I ». ra—3 a ra.—8 p. m. Concessions: Saturday Afternoon 3:00— 15:00. Evening: 7:00—8:00. St. Joseph Hospital Chapel Rev. B'ather John Nela. C. PP. £. ch.aplaln. Masses dally at 5:50 a. m. St. Joseph's Church Second and Market Su. MsRr Maurice D Foley. Piistor Kev. Donald Vernon, A*s't Pastor Schedule ol Services: Sunday Masses. 6, 8. 10. Wetik Day Masses 6:30 and 8:00. Holy Days 7 a, m.—9 a, m— 7:36 p m. Concessions Saturday afternoon J-5. Evening 7-8:30. Masses First Friday 6:00 and 8:00. St. Bridget's Church Fr. Francla J. Meehan. Paator Sctiedalo o/- services: Sunday Masses 8:00-11:00 it. m. Weak-day Masses 8:00 a. ra. Holy Days: 8 a. m. and 6:30 p.m. Holy Communion dally at 6:30 a, 127 Confessions Saturdays and vigils of Holy Days 3-5 and 7-8 p. m. Sorrowful Mother Novona, Friday.- at 7:30 p. m. St. Ann's Catholic Church, Kewanna Father James M. Fltzeoralll, Pastor ' Sund&y Masses: 8:00-10:00. Workday Masses: 7:30. Confessions Saturday Evnnlng 7:00. Before Mass. Baptisms: By appointment,' Instruction: Grade and Hlg'H Schjol as announced.. Sick calls answer**} at any tlxae Kewanna Ph. lit. St. Elizabeth's Catho!*c Church, Lucerne Father Maurice K. Miller. Faster fciunday Mass; 8:15. Weekdav Mass: 7:pft. Confessions: Saturday Evoni 7:30; everyday before Mass. Baptisms: By appointment. Instructions: AS announced. Kick Calls answered from tike rector 1 " at any time. OLIVE BRANCH AND PRAtRlIi GROVE EVANGELICAL UNITED Kev. Lt. W. Overrnyer, Fas'or Orrin St. Glair, O. B. Supt. Harlan Showley P. G. Supt. OLIVE BRANCH— Suriday School and worship ie;r- vlco 1.0:00. Prayer service Wednesday 8:00. Clarence Reed, class leade* 1 Sunday evening worship ri^rv and youth fellowship as to circuit schedule 7:00. PKAIBIB GROVE— Sunday school and worship ser vice 10:00. I-'rayer service Thursday, 8:OC. Vachel Walters, class leader. Suriday evening worship s«rvi:e as to circuit schedule. CHUHCH FOB Alt AU FOB democracy ™ 3 %">*>>•. ««h« Clvl can logansport Methodist Parish Glenn H. Camp ton, Minister ANOKA— Raymond Keener, Supt. Church School 9:30 a, m. Worship 10:30 a. m. MYF Vesper Service, Wheatland Ave. church, 4 p. m. BET HIST.,— .Everett Cook, Supt. Church School 10 a. m. MYF Vesper Service, "Wheatland Ave, Church 4 p. m. Calvary Presbyterian Harold J; King, Minister Richard Rowe, Choir Director Ann Rehra Cook, Organist SITXDAY— 9:30 a. m. Junior, Junior High, Scnlcrs. and Adult Bible Classes 10:45 a. m. Nursery, Beginners and Primary Bible Classes 10:45 a. ra. Cradle Room Care v/hile parents worship 10:45 a. m. Thanksgiving Sunday Family Worship Sermon Subject: "Take It for Gr.'ititudo, Instead"— Rev, H. J. Kine 4:30 p. m. Westminster Fellowship 10, 11, 12th grades !>:30 p. m. "Westminster Fellowship, S. 0, 7tli grades MONDAY thru SUN'DAY Anytime dial 3800 for a "M!.n- utu of Inspiration" MONDAY: 7:30 p. m. Women's AF.sr... Thrift Shop Prosram TUKSDAY: 6:30 D. m. Couples Ciufc Chill Supper served by ' 'THURSDAY: Thanksgiving Bay 8;tfO a, m. United Community Service, Grace Luther Church Bethel Tabernacle Bev. "Wendell Xance, Minister L. .T. TCHlHon, Supt. SUN'DAY SK11VICES— ' Morning Worship 9:30 a. m. Subject: "Give Praise Unto :-3im" Junior Church (ages 5-11) £':30 a. m. Sunday School 10:45 a. m. Evening Evangelistic Rally at 7:30 p. m. Wednesday evening Bible Stjdy and Prayer Service 7:30 p. m. Thursday evening, a special time o? Thanksgiving Exp;-es- slor.s 7:30 - 8:30 p. m. Burncttsville Church of The Brethrren Rev. Derwood Troxel!, Pastor Sunday School 0:30 .a. m. Lesson: "Christian Giving" Morning Worship 10:30 a. ni. Subject: • "Your Partners;hip In :.hu Gospel" Note: Christian Education Board will moot "Wednesday, Dec 4. at the Parsonage beginning at 7:30 p. m. Pilgrim Holiness Church Ralph McOrory, Minister Mervin Minks, 1 S. S. Supt. Sunday School at 0:"30 a. m. Classes for all ages Missionary convention in pro errftss Friday through Sunday a 7;3fl p. m. Pilgrim Youth moot at tf:41 M.id-week prayer service Wed ncaday at 7:30 p. m. Dost think this turkey will please the Pilgrim Fathers? Those cranberries have been strung with careful fingers, the bird itself has been roasted to just the proper degree of succulent brownness, and that bit of wheat, lying on the table, symbolizes the rich bounty of this year's harvest. If our Puritan maid, Priscilla, looks a bit skeptical, it is only because she is wondering if torn turkey will be big enough to satisfy all the hungry guests. They will be coming with vigorous appetites, whetted by the walk through snow covered fields from Church, where they have given thanks for their good fortune. And on all Thanksgivings since that first one, thankful people have knelt in prayer. Thanksgiving is our own American holiday, unlike any other. It is deeply religious in nature. We can only observe it if, like the Pilgrims, we go to church to give our thanks. And never have a people had cause to be so thankful for so much. Ninth Street Christian Rev. Kenneth Brady, Pastor 9:30 a. m. Church School Sharitt Simpsun, Supt. 10:30 a. m. Worship Communiojt Service Sermon: "The Moaning: of Thankfulness' 4:00 p. 1:1. City WJde Youth 'esper Service at the Wheatland ,ve. Method:.;;i Church 7:30 p. m. Hand-In-Hand Class arty with Mr. und Mrs, Jack lood, 2S W. Columbia St. CAL.ENDARA— Tuesday, 10:00 a. la. Cherub Choir rehearsal Tuesday, 1:30 p. ra. Executive leetins o£ CWP Tuesday, V:00 p. m. Boy Scout !"roop No. 5 Tuesday, 7:30 p. m. Chancel Choir rehearsal Thursday, 8:30 a. ra. Union 'nanksgiving 1 Service at Grace .utheran Church Paint Creek Primitive Baptist Pastor Elder Paul Chastln, Sum- inltsvllle, Ind. Meets each third Sunday of the month. ^lornlng- service starts at 10:30 C.S.T. Public is welcome Cutter Presbyterian Edwrad E. Morris, Pastor SUNDAY— 9:30 a. m. Sunday School Fritz G. Schnepf, Supt. 10:30 a. m. Morning Worship Sermon by tho Pastor 0:30 p. m, Westminster Fellowship Meeting, Don Reef will be the leader MONDAY—. 7:20 p. m,'Meeting oE the boards of the church to make final pre- mratlon for the Every Member ;!f.'.nvass TH U BSDAY— 7:00 a. m. Early Morning Community Thantofflvlntf Service. Come in work clothes or hunting giirb IE more convenient. Everyone Is invited. Pulaski Presbfyerfan Church Rev. Harry W. Campbell, Min- later 0:30 a. m. Sunday mornlns worship Her vice. Sermon: "The Spirit of Thanksgiving." 10:30 a. m. Sunday School Third Street Evangelical United Brethren J. E. Campbell. Minister "Wllmer Burns, Sunday School S u p t.. Mrs. Richard Rice, Choir DI- dectress Miss Pern Gujjle, Organist Richard Rice, Youth Fellowship Director 9:30 a. m. Unified Worship Service Choir Anthem Sermon by the pastor 10:30 a. m, The Sunday School hour. Classes for all ages and a welcome to all G:30 p. m. Youth Fellowship 7:30 p. m. Motion Picture "Angel in Ebony", tho story of Sammy Morris Camden First Baptist Minister, Rev. Duncan J. Me- Nab Supt, James Sullivan Organist, Mrs. Fredah Gardner SUNDAY— 10:00 a. m. — Our Annual Thanksgiving service. Sermon— "This Is Your Lite". Music by a combined choir of Sr. youth and adults 11:00 a. m. Church School for all ages Sharon Baptist Church Rev. Phillip G. VanZar.dt, Pastor Robert McCain, Supt. !):30 a. m. Sunday School Classes for all ages 10:30 a. in. Morning: Worship Sermon—"Lead UK Noi Into Temptation", sixth in the series on "The Lord's Prayer." Special music will he provided by Mrs. Jeanlne Thleke. 7:30 p. m. Union Thanksgiving- Service at Deer Creek Presbyterian church. Pastor will preach on "Where are tho Nine?" Martin M. Post Memorial Parish NRTI-I -SECTION BETHLEHEM— 10:00 a. m. Sunday School Albert Rogers—Supt. CONCORD— 10:00 a. m. Sunday School Herbert Hanniu Supt. LUCERNE— 10:00 n. m. Sunday School Wm, Frushour, Supt. Calvary Pentecostal Church Wayne Hornbeck, Pastor "Wilde Brown, Superintendent 0:30 a. m. Sunday School 10:30 a. m. Morning Worship 7:3U p. m. Evangelistic Service 7:30 p. m. Wednesday, Prayer eetnlg and Bible Study Sunday Night Nov. 24, we will be featuring another Oral Rob- bcrts T. V. film. The title is "H- Bomb and the Point of No Return." It will bo worth your timft both seeing and hearing this film. St. James Ev. Lutheran Rev. Alfred C. Gerni, Pa«tor Mrs. Hilda Brant, Sunday School Superintendent •Mrs. Merlbn-h Kraut, Organist James Mentzer, Choir Di SUNDAY— ii a. m. Sunday School BibU- Clauses 10 a, 1 m. Divine "Worship. Suntlay of Church Year "J'^cernlty — a Reality to Faced" Nursery Cor pre-achool children during; hour of worship Grace Evangelical Lutheran Paul W. Baer, Pastor Sue Fitzgerald, Organist SATURDAY— Confirmation Instruction 2 p. m ector i SUNDAY— ! 9:30 a. m. Sunday School • Walter Gammel, Sr., Supt. 10:30 a, m."Worship Service. Sermon: 'Be Prepared", Re ipUon of New Members 2:00 p. m. FinaZ Rehearsal fo Union Thanksgiving 1 Choir, her 4:00 p. m. Youth Vesper Service and Last Be MONDAY— m .—Walther , Recreation Room. Guests: Younff people of Xonticello Luth- Sunday Church Of The Brethren Ralph W. Hoffman, Pastor Church School 9:30 a. m. Victor Kltchel, Gen. Supt. Evelyn Neher, Children's Supt. Unified "Worship 10:30 a. m, Vocal Duet—Letha Martin and Helen Rows Message—"Give Thanks" Evening 1 Services the First and Third- Sunday of each month. No service this Sunday evening Trinity Episcopal Church The Rev. Gerald L. Claudius, Rector SUNDAY— 7:30 a. m. Holy Communion 9:-IQ a. m. Morning- Prayer 10:00 a. m. Holy Communion and Sermon. Church School and Coffe Hour following 1 the service WEDNESDAY— 9:UO a; rn. Morning' Prayer and Requiem Holy Communion 4:00 p. m. Hlg-h School Class 6:30 p. m. Adult Instruction THANKSGIVING DAY — 9:00 a. m. Morning Prayer and Holy Communion FRIDAY— 7:00 a. m. Morninir Prayer and Holy Communion 7:00 p. m. Choir Practice SATURDAY— St. Andrew's Day— 7:00 a. m. Holy Communion; also at 9:00 a. m, 9:30 a. m. Children's Instruction Class 7:30 - 8:00 p. m. Confessions Wheatland Avenue Methodist Tom "Weiff.and, Minister LeKoy Moore, Church School Supt. G. D Ldndl^y, Organist Church School will convene at :00 a. m. Morning 1 Worship will bo at 10 with the minister preaching the sermon, "The Hollow Pie". A special thanksgiving offering will bo received for the building fund with the soul set'at $1,000. A nursery Is maintained during both services Special Interests for the week— Monday 3:30 p. rn. Brownies; 7:.1fl p. m. 73oy Scouts Tuesday 3:30 p. m. Brownies Wednesday -3:30 p. m. Girl Scouts; 7:00 p. m. Bible Study eran Church TUESDAY—7:30 p. m.- School Teachers, Library WEDNESDAY—7:30 p. m. — Service of Thanksgiving. "Contentment, the Grace of Thankfulness" PR J DAY— 3:30 p. m.—Announcement for Holy Communion, Sacristy 7:30 p. m.—Adult Membership Class, Library SATURDAY—9:30 a. m. Saturday School and Confirmation Classes Indian Creek Christian Rollin Hill, Pastor Harold Wilson, S. S. Supt. 9:30 a. m. Sunday School 10:30 a. m. "Worship and Communion Baptist Ternole M. L-. Robinson, Minister Cedrlc C. Cox, Minister's Assistant 9:30 a, m. Church School 10:30 a. m. Mornlnc Worship Snrmori by the Minister: "What Is That to You?" Anthem by Chancel Choir: 'Hark! Hark! My Soul" by Shelly. Directed by Hollis Johnston. Responses by Chapel Choir, directed by Mr. Cox. 2:00 p. m. Second Training Conference for Every-Member Visitation. 4:00 Vesper Avenue .Methodist Church No Youth Fellowship at p. m. Thanksgiving Morn In ET, ! Union Thanksgiving Service Grace Lut.beran Church p. m. City-Wide Youth Service at Wheatland Dial S050 for Text for Today Baptist Temple Main Street Methodist Church George B. Dunham, Minister Orpran Prelude to Morning 1 Worship at 9:25 Ca]l to Worship at 9;3Q a, m. Children's Instruction Period at 9:RO a. m. Sermon—"Strength of a Thankful Heart". Invitation to Dlsclpleshlp Benediction Doxology Recessional to Sunday School Classes 10:30 a. m. Sunday School Dismissal 11:15 ' Methodist Youth Fellowship 6:30 p. m. Evonlnff Worship 7:30 with opening- devotions by members of the JOY class. Service of Prayer, Thursday evening; at 7:30 Wheatland Ave., Methodist churc THURSDAY— (:30 a. m. Community Thanks giving: Service to be held here Combined Choirs to sinf. Rev Echols, Broaawya Methodist wll deliver the message Broadway Evangelical United Brethren Wilbur C. Wilson, Minister SUNDAY— Divine Worship 9:30 a. m. Sermon, "Thankful to God". Church School, foJJowing- DJvJn Worship, Raymond Martin, Gen. era! Superintendent Youth Thanksg-lvnig: Vespe Service, 4:00 p. in. in Wheatlan Avenues Arcthodlst Church,livening: Worship, 7:30 p. nr Sermon by the minister Young America E. U. B. Cfrci/H Kenneth Hosteller, Pastor CENTER CHURCH— Max Beck, Supt. Suriday School 9:30 a. m. Church Services 10:30 a. m. Stewarnhip Sunday Tuesday, Nov. 26 YF Skatln Party No Choir Practice this week POPLAR G-ROVE— Ralph Ell man, Supt. Sunday School 9:30 a. in. Church Services 7:00 p. m. Tuesday, Nov. 26—YF Skatln, Party Market Street Methodist Church Harry H. HashberKer, Miniate Fleming 1 Worship 9:30 a. m. Anthem: "Give Thanks anc Sing-" by tho Choir Sermon: "Am I Really Grate ful?" by the Minister Sunday School Classes for apes 10:40 a. m. Richard Flory, Supt. Kindergarten and Nursery ope during both services Senior and Intermediate members attend City-wide per Service at Wheatland Methodist Church 4:00 p. m. MY, Ves Av Shiloh Congregational Eug-ene C. Sommer, Pastor Sunday School 9:30 a. m. Jay Rusk, Supt. Worship Service 10:30 a. m. Sermon; "The Values t h Count" Evening Service at 7;00 p. conducted by the older youn the be church, i feature Specia of thi people o£ JDUS.'C TVJIl service ' Thanksgiving; Service will b held "Wednesday evening, Nov. 27 Friday Evening, November 22, I9lf. First Church of Christ Scientist Sunday School at 10:4S a. m. Sunday Lejjson Subject: "Soul ml Body." Wednesday evening meeting at :45 o'clock Broadway Alliance Paul 31. Winder, Pa a Lor Wm. Hush, Supt. Sunday School UNDAY— 'J :30 a. m. Sunday School 1U;30 a. m., the pastu.-- speaking n thu' Book ot the Month, the ook of it Timothy, during the Vorshlp Service 6:30 p. in. Youth Fellowship 7;30 p. m. Evangel Hour, the us tor speaking on "Jesus Aimers Job" Enthusiastic con tfregatlonaj nginK', and special music 1U:15 The Bible in tho News, iV S A Li Cottajfu Prayer Meeting every l^ht except Tuesday and Wed- tsday. Places to be announced Tuesday 7:3u p. m. Choir prac- ice "Wednesday 7:30 p. nj. Thanks- lvln.ff Service Kingdom Hall Of Jehovah Witnesses SUNDAY— _ «:00 p. m. Watchtower Study Theme: Intornatlnal Praise to .he One God TUESDAY: 8;00 p. ra. Bible Study THURSDAY— 7:30 p. m. Ministry School 8:30 p. m. Service Meeting Theme: Productive Witnessing 1 Rock Creek Lutheran Parish Rev. Robert Oberkehr, Pastor MT. PISGAti— Morning Worship 9:00 a. m. Sunday School 10:00 a. m. Carry-in dinner and conKrefca- tJonal meeting 1 p. m. at Alt. Flsgah ilT. OJVIVK— Sunday .School 9:30 a. m. Morr.inc Worship lii:3u a. m. Parish Thanksgiving Service at 311. PhiKah WeOnuHday evening, Nov. 27 "at 7:30 p. in. U. L. C. W. arc to brim? their Thank offering envelopes to this meeting Sprincj Creek Christian Rollin' H.ll, Pastor Chester EasHler, S. K. Supt. 10 a. ni. Sunday School 11 a. m. Communion u n tl Mrs. Ena Chau'leld Henry, departmental associate in the Department of Institutional Missions of the U.C.M.S. will dclivcs the Women's Day address. 7 p. m. Bible Study class will be held at the Indian Creek church Columbici St. Church of Christ Minister, Frank Guyer 9:30 a. ni. Bible Clauses 10:30 a, n. Preaching and Communion 1:30 p. m. Herald of Truth WLS 7:30 p. m. Preaching- Thursday 7:30 p. m. Bible Study West Broadway Presbyterian SUNDAY— 9:30 a. m. Church School Ceo, Babb, Supl. 30:40 a. m. "Worship Service Thomaa Dietrich, Suppy Minis- James Kcsser, Organist 11:40 a. m. Congregational Meeting Thursday, Nov. 28, 7:30 p. in. Choir Practcie Miss Mn:;!ne Buchanan. Director St. Luke's Evangelical Lutheran ttev. Walter C. Davis, Jr., Pastor Raymnotl L. Etnire, Choir Director 3I1S8 Nancy VanAllen, Organist Sunday .School H:30 a, ro. Donovan Sp angler, Supt. Church tier vice 10:45 a. m. Sermon Topic, "Grace to be Wise" T)iaukx>)ferlnff Service this Sunday morning 1 for the Missionary Societies Radio broadcast oC service this Sunday TlmnksKivinfi; Service In St. Luke's tliiy next Thursday at 9:00 a. m. Confirmation Class Saturday at 0:00 a m Church Council meets on Monday, December I 1 , at 7:30 p. m. Luther beajrue next Sunday, Dec. 1, at 0:.'10 p. m. Martin M. Post Memorial Parish SOUTH GROUP UN I OX-Kenneth Miller. S. S. Supt. 0:45 a. m. Sunday School PIS G AH— Harry Giffln. S. S. Supt. 10:00 a. m. Sunday School Family niRht Saturday, Nov. 23, -supper at 7:00 CKNTKH— John Graham, S. S. Supt. 10:00 a. m- Sunday School Grace Bible Church Paul A. Grant, Pastor Leon A<1sit, S. S. Supt. Sunday Scho"! 9:30 a. m. Morning- "Worship 10:45 a, m. Subject: "The Fundamental B:..s-lc Principled of Our Salva- tir.n" Y.ouner people's Bible training Union 6:30 p. m. TCvanKelisUc Service 7:30 p. m. Subject—"Sfan's D;iy of Opportunity" Bible Study and Prayer Meeting 1 Wednesday 7:00 p. m. Aluminum STORM DOORS AND WINDOWS Awningt - Patio Covtrt Fiber Glatt or Aluminum Wrowghf Iron Roiling and Columns Houtt Markers - Weather Vanes Prtmlum Coals MARTIN COAL CO. 1026 Vint St. Phon« 3761 W. M. Jackson - J. X. Cummingi FARM BUREAU INSURANCE Complete Insurance . Service As Close As Your Phone Phone Kenneth Holron Agency Mgr. Thomas Crowe Donald Dawson KREUZBERGER'S JEWELRY STORE • DIAMONDS • WATCHES • SILVERWARE 576 Broadway logansport, Ind. JAMES B. LYNAS Fire, Automobile, Liability and Plate Glass Insurance Bonds. 1519 High St. Dial 2695 CHAS. LOWE ROOFING CO. Roofing—Siding Insulation. Featuring All New Lok-Tab Roof Shingles Road 17 North Dial 3666 J. I. SHAFER Hardwood Co. Logansport Building and Loan Ass'n. Sound—Safe- Secure Savings 3% Current Kate State Theatre Bldg, Phone 2741 FOX'S Loganxporfi New Store • DINMERWARE • GLASSWARE • GIFTS 510 Fast Broadway Phone 2647 HOPE-LUXEM CO., Inc. FORD SALES AND SERVICE 718 S. Burlington Phone 3178 CULLIGAN SOFT WATER SERVICE Cass and Miuml Counties. Phone Logan 2570 or 3092 Phone Peru GR 3-7595 . 330 Water St., Logansport CASS CO, FARM BUREAU CO-OP Petroleum, Paints, Feeds Fencing, Coal & Farm Tools 108 E. Ottawa Dial 3141 FLOWERS For All Occasions Corsages Floral Decorations .Funeral Designs PLEASANT HILL GREENHOUSE 1016 Pleasant Hill Dial 5144 Acetylene & Arc Welding Corrugated Metal Pipe Beams Angles, Bars Sheet Metal of All Kinds Basement Adjusting Posts Special Built Tanks Galvanized Corrugated Roofing Logansport Metal Culvert Co. 220 Hanna Phone 5157 BOB'S ROOFING CO. Roofing, Siding, Buildup, Eave Troughs. • BOB SCHODROF 921 GARNELD AVE. PHONE 9755 SMITH'S MARKET CHOICE MEATS We make our own salads American Express Money Orders at All Time* OPEN EVERY DAY Until 10P.M. 17th & George St. Ph. 3378 HAMMOND ORGANS Free Demonstration Ramseyer Piano Co. 320 W. Taylor Kokomo, Ind. Write for Literature VIOLA'S For Exclusive, leading Nationally Advertised Ladies Apparel 326 Broadway Ph. 3915 Everyone Can Afford Good furniture EASY TERMS Foster's Furniture Co. 412-414 E. Market St. J. L. (Jack) HAWKINS Livestock Buyers Hogs All Weights Veal Every Day -Dial 4434- Logansport, Ind. For Your Everyday Needs in • Toiletries • Packaged Drugs • Sundries Stop At SMITH'S 300 West Market St. Phone 3930 MADELINE'S BEAUTY SHOP Now At NEW LOCATION 420 HIGH STREET Customer Parking Ph. 4398 For Appointment Before buying, see Bairds Mobile Homes with over 40 Trailers to choose from. In B and 10 ft. wide. We trade For furniture. Baird's Mobile Homes South on 31 Peru, Ind. Ph. GR-3-9808 GUST SERVICE CENTER The finest in gas and oil Complete Battery Service HARRY GUST, Prop. N. E. Corner 6th & High Phone 4904 CENTRAL DRUG CO V Inc. Prescriptions Carefully Compounded 4th and Broadway Phone 3131

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