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Logansport, Indiana
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Friday, November 22, 1957
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Friday Evening, November 22, 1957. ROCHESTER— High Winds on W. Coast Fan Forest Fire LOS ANGELES (DP)— Winds with gusts up to 90 miles per hour menaced air and sea traffic today and fanned the flames of a giant forest fire. Several persons were treated, Thursday night for injuries they courthouse. Santa's visits there will received when a Western Air Lines; be announced later. DC6-B struck the turbulent weath-j Directors of the Rochester Chamer at 10,000 feet over Ontario, jber of Commerce voted this year Calif. ! 1.0 support the annual Christmas Passengers said the heavy winds' Yule Lights On Earlier ROCHESTER — Christmas lights and the Nativity display will be turned on early this year—next Wednesday. A special Santa Clans house wiU be built on the west side of the jolted the plane badly but the air- linor made a routine landing at Los Angeles International Airport. Two small boats went aground and the Coast Guard said another was missing early today in coastal waters. A yachet which had sent out a distress signal earlier was reported by the Coast Guard to be safely anchored at Santa Rosa Island, 40 miles southwest of Santa Barbara. Four naval vessels were riding o\it the storm in Southern California waters awaiting abating winds. The U.S. Weather Bureau forecast that the dry northeast winds, termed Santa Ana winds, would continue through the day, bringing higher temperatures to the fire- racked Angeles National Forest near Los Angeles. party. A home lighting contest ivill be staged. Six prizes will be given for overall decorations and four prizes for window and door decorations. Stores will stay open until 9 p.m. on Friday and Saturday, Nov. SOSO, on Dec. 6-7, on Dec. 13-14. Then beginning on Dec. 18 they will stay open until 9 p.m. each night until Christmas Eve, when they will close at 5:30 p.m. M • p i K T- cl £ sin if prayer 'iBaptist Temple Mrs. Ralph Fore, R. R. 5, wasi—,r. .. r . returned to her home Tuesday from OttlCerS Named the Osteopathic Hospital in South Bend, where she has been a patient. Two marriage licenses were issued in the County Clerk's office; to Charles M, Travis, 117 East 14th street, and Ida Belle Shaffer 809Vi For Coming Year New officers of the local Baptist Temple for the yea:: 1958 have been elected. They are: moderator, M. N. Chapman;, vice-moderator, .Wilbur Zieg; church clerk, J McCul- secretary, H.. K. 1 Leavitt; treasurer of benevolences, . Fiedler; general of the church school, Clarence Dial. Board of deacons and deaconesses for a term of three years: Harry West, Harry Short, Marvin Wyrick, James Hicks, Mrs. Charles E. Coons, Mrs. Charles Harvey, Mrs. John Baker, Mrs. Helen Pip- ROCHESTER The Zimmerman Brothers ambu-| lance took Mrs. Oma Sage from the Woodlawn hospital to her home in Leitersford Wednesday. Andrew Smith was taken in the Foster and Good ambulance Thursday from his residence to tie Veterans Hospital in Fort Wayne. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Overmyer entertained at a dinner party, Wednesday evening in honor of their son, Richard's, eleventh birthday anniversary. Guests seated at the beautifully appointed table, centered with a lovely decorated birthday cake, were Teddy Halterman, Mr. and Mrs. Harry McVay, and Mr. and Madison street; and to Bill DeWitt ^^ ^surer Fred and Margaret'J. Chizum, both of Sf'finSlI^ Vr,?' l : Kewann ?,-, , Leavitt; treas»— n f hprm Theodore .J.-Mey. SB. South. Mrs . H ' oward Bend, was arrested about 8:30 p.m. Wednesday, on U. S. 31, five miles north of Rochester, by state police. He was released from jail on $500 bond and is to be charged in Fulton circuit court with driving while under the influence of an intoxicant, the Fulton county sheriff's department stated Thursday. Admissions to Woodlawrc hospital include Mrs. Sadie Tuley, R. R. 2 ; Rochester, Mrs. Claiborn Wansley, Monterey; Mrs. Bon Hart Jacobsen, R. R. 1, Roann. Dismissals: Marion Brooks, Kewanna; Mrs. Effie Kaffon, Claypool; Mrs. Kermit Sage, Leiters- ford; Mrs. Milo Swango, 508 East Ninth street; Kent Jefferies, R. R. 1, Mentor.e; Donald Callahan, R. R. 1, Winamac, Fulton Jury Recommends Renovations ROCHESTER — A Fulton county- grand jury, ending a special two- day session, has recommended that repairs be made on the county jail and on the county home, and that a room be added to the county hospital. For the jail, the jury suggested repair of a broken window, clean- wife, Elsie, also resides there, ing and repairing of eve troughs,! Pvt Gra(iy F . R 0 g ers , son of sealing of cracks in the walls, re- Local Soldiers At Fort Leonard Wood A Twelve Mile soldier completed eight weeks of basic training this week at Ft. Leonard Wood, Mo.. and a Logansport serviceman will complete his basic training there Dec. 7. Pvt. . Glenn R. Strasser, a 1953 graduate of Twelve Mile school and former employe of Ihe Pennsylvania railroad here, was scheduled Logansport, Indiana, Pharos-Tribune Fivs Newer City Fire Truck Stationed ih East End Repairs on the city fire truck which was replaced at the west side station by the new 000-gal-. Ion pumper have been completed! by Clarence Peck, fire department; mechanic, and is now in service j at the east end station. : placement of bed springs and mattress in ju'venile ward, more ventilation on the first floor, and a temperature adjustment between enger, and Paul R. Todd for two; first and second floors. years. Those continuing in office are E. W. Leslie, Isaac Wolf, Herbert Rice, Roscoe Norton, Jr., Mrs. Wayne Durbin, Mrs. Isaac Wolf, Mrs. R. 0. Meinzer, Mrs. Thompson, MoCullough, Frank Delia, Johnj the home For the home, the jury thought outbuildings needed fixing and two granaries needed re-roofing, and that the matron, Mrs. Harley hel at Young, Orval King. Mrs. T H.. Wflodlawn Hospital, the jury Young Mrs. Minnie Wright. Mrs. recornmended * TnVm lUiar.t.'n anr. ?*lrs. UOnaiu . . John Martin anc. Mrs. Donald Lutes. Board of trustees- for three years: Dr. Donald Winter, Arthur Tuttle and Willard Patty. Continuing in office are John I. Baker, Mrs.- Carl Overmyer and sons I Trimble, state service officer, and Carl Bob and Richard Lee, theihis assistants, Jack Colglazier and honored guest. The Naomi Circle of the Christian Women's Fellowship met in the home of Mrs. Oral Kindig Wednesday afternoon with Mrs. Hal Hammond, president, in charge of the business session. The devotion- Mrs. Ralph Shelton, Star City Resident Succumbs At Winamac WINAMAC — Mrs. Lena Leitner Lidgard, 66, a resident of the Star City community for 41 years, died at Carneal Hospital in Winamac Thursday afternoon after a lingering illness, Mrs. Lettner was born in Johnson county, Wyoming, on Aug. 14, 1891 and in 1913 married Charles Lidgard, he survives. Other survivors includes one daughter, Mrs. Frances Crist of Pulaski; one son, Charles W. Lidgard of Terre Haute; four sisters, Mrs. Amelia Fischer of Buffalo, Wyoming; Mrs. Annie Hughes and Mrs. Creseentia Dowling of Sheri-' dan. Wyoming; and Mrs. Frances opened the meeting with her scrip- Smith of Story, Wyoming. ' tu f al thou g ht . and P ra - ver . v /™ us Funeral services will be held at other reports were given and Mrs. 9:30 a.m Monday at St. Peter's K^S gave the lesson, on "What church in Winamac with Father ar e We Doing". Alex Liker in charge. Burial will There were two guests, Mrs. C. "be in the Star City IOOF cemetery.' A. Underwood and Mrs. James Friends may call at the Kenne-; Boles. Remainder of the time was dy Funeral Home in Winamac! spent in sewing oh a comforter to where the Rosary will be recited be sent to a foreign Mission field. at 8 p.m. Sunday. The Women's Christian 7emper- . ance Union met in the home of DOG BITES BOY Mrs. Walter McDougle Tuesday af- Mrs. Jake Timmons, 827 Twen-' ternoon for their regular meeting tielh street, reported to city po-i which was presided over by the lice Thursday afternoon that her president, Mrs. Ralph Ludwig. son, David, had been bitten on the Feb. 16 is the date set for WCTU Knee by a dog while walking along in the churches, and a discussion' Erie avenue between Ninth and.was held on arrangements for this! Tenth streets. event. SOTICK TO TAXi-AYKiisoi 5 ' Thanksgiving devotions were giv- Discuss Appointment Of Service Officer Members of the Cass county Veterans council discussed the ap-. pointment of a service officer for j three years: Robert Ulbrich, Don- the county at a meeting Thursday' aid Grubbs, Carl Hooton and Mrs. night at the Galveston Legion Gladys Winemiller for two years. Russell Pierce, Ivor Bui-rough, Eer- nell Combs, Dr. Brice Fitzgerald and Victor Smith. Board of Christian Education for home, with C. L. Noel presiding. The service officer is to be appointed by the county commissioners. They and four service officers were guests. The Rev. Philip Dumond, Howard county service officer, discussed the duties of the office. Other guests included James Charles Edmunson,-aU of Indianapolis. The Galveston high school band provided music. Continuing in office Jire John Martin, Miss Gertrude Johnson, Mrs. ' equipped as a security room for prisoners who are ill when jailed. The jury thought room 210 could bc fixed at a nominal cost. Members of the jury were Gienr. Moody, Conde' Holloway, Kenneth Meltion, Harold Mikesall, Clyde Cornell and Raymond Hinderlied- er. 12-MILE GUEST DAY Twelve Mile Home Demonstra-^ lion club hela guest day Thursday j Peck reported that all transmis-j . sion gears and bearings in the to complete his basic Friday. He'i ruc k ] 1a d been replaced. The is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Fred|p um .p cr w hich has been answering Strasser, Twelve Mile, and hisj a i arm5 ;„ Hie east end will remain stationed there as a reserve pumper. The.newer truck was deliveredj to the east end station Friday morning by Peck. Mrs. Fannie Rogers, 816 East Broadway, will complete his basic next month. What Next Class Elects Secretary Mrs. Florence Tichenor enter- 77 Attend Meeting Of Onward Grange About 77 members of the On- J.V1L 5, J. 1UJ. CltUC iiv-iituvi ^;iiLt.i- ---- • i j }' tained the What Next Class of j ward Grange saw eight candi-; thr, w no =f Rrnarlwav phnrrti Wprl-!dates take their third and fourth: the Weest Broadway Church Wednesday afternoon with Mrs. Ruth degree ^vork^at^a .meeting of Enders assisting group last night in their hall. The meeting opened with the I Meeh:ig was in charge of Wor- class singing a hymn, followed | thy Master Bill Carney. Clara by the president leading in pray- 1 Gray read resolutions for good er "Causes of Thanksgiving" was .grangers". Donation was voted to Mrs. Stella Rice's subject for de-iR ecl Cross ........ votions, 15 members and 3 visi-', « wa s declticd ih % , lne ncxl tors answered roll call. The S ec-i™eling °n Dec. 5 will be an oy- rotary and treasurer reports were'Stcr supper. Members were urged Church Services Broadway Methodist Knymond p. Kcho'.s, Minister ."Mrs. \Vj)nu-r riury, On;arj}st M_iK« Mary XoU Koose, Cholr- Svarrcn Holm. Church -School Siijit. :':aO - 10:30 a. m. Clunvh School el.isM-s fur all a.iults ;uxl Juniors :<:.10 - 11:1(1 a. m. Kxlondcrt Si's- slur, for NurM'i-y. Kli;ilt<rK:irt>.'n ami I'rimary Children ;0:4il - n:0u ;,. m. Junior children iu Sane!n;)rv ;l:"0 - 1IHO :,. m. Junl.ir Oluirrll Mrs. J;ayni"iid Kchols in rh.-irm; 10:40 u. m. Morning \Vol>liip Service Or^an Frelutk-s — Hamlel and Bach Sermon: "Tho wa»ti- of Our Emotions", liev. Kcho'.s Anthem: "'.'raise The Lord", •\\hilforil; "Thanks Bu to Odd", •1.00 p. m. Youth Vesper Service Njiun.sored tiv 111<J l'n:t--d Council of Church M'.nnon. ^'111 I.e at Wheatland Avenue t'liure-i. Hr. I^ynrt Ksch, president of In- 11.111:1° Central College, en.-st Tuesday 7:!!<1 ]i in. Commission. -.n !•:>! tic-nil an al tin- t.-lr:ruli Thursday S:30 a. in. l.'nlon lanlis^Ivin^' Service a: the Craco Lutheran Cliurrli, Kev. Kchnls, Saturday 7:00 p. m. Choir practice read and approved. to bring covered dishes. The men Thanks for" cards and fruit were will wear overalls the women received from the "shut in" mem- ll ° use dresses. In charge of the hers. The resignation of Mrs. J. m ?f' whl , bc -. T , ,, 0. Smith as secretary was accept- Mr - and Mrs - Joh ? Maugans, ed and Mrs. Leo Liming was elect- - Mr - and M™. Ma ™°" '"- and Mrs. Howard Wood, ed to the office. After the sunshine offering was j - • • i BiJTOkd 7^^ ^ was voted to send a| ™ ™ , __ _ f „ .. U, ,-,,__ v_...:. :j—t Harp, nackjiffo and a box of cloth- }""'••"'•"-» '"tui. , . . Garner, and Adeline Price. The next meeting will be pay- Mrs. Frank Delia. Other officers elected are: his-, ing the meeting. I Mrs. Glen Lewis, president, open- Care package and a box of clot torian. Mrs. May Barnet'.; audit- committee, Mrs. Thomas Clir.e, ing Mrs. H. H. Fair and Carl Kragh; members at large on official board, James S. Shideler, Carl Johnson, Wilbur Z:eg, Mrs. Grace Marsh and Mrs. Robert Ulbrich. The personnel committee Logansport Man's Brorher Succumbs Edward T. Morse, 44, a brother of John Morse, 414 Eleventh street, died Thursday at the Good Samaritan hospital in Eaton, Ohio. Born Jan. 28, 1913, at Eaton, he was the son of Everett and Lula Reed Morse, former residents of Fulton. Other survivors 'are his wife, Bertha; son, Ted; daughter, Sue; and a brother, Thomas; ail of Eaton; a sister, Mrs. Betty_ Barnhiser, Lewisburg, Ohio; mother, Mrs. Lula Schmidt, 2311 North street, Logansport; and a step-brother, Don Schmidt, route 5, Logansport. for 1958 includes Mrs-. Clarence Dial, .Mrs. James Shidelor, Miss Mildred Winter, Mrs. Emma Smith, E. W. Leslie, Carl Johnson and T. H. Young. Two Bandits Rob Tavern of $4,600 ti b M G Hoover> HAMMOND fUP)-Two bandits, „,),«* 'Denied five , The club prayer was repeated prior to the history of the song of the month given by Mrs. Helen Dillman. Mrs. Georgia Pickering read the secertary's report and roll calJ was aaswered- by members introducing their guests. Following the meal, members voted to end Christmas gifts to the state hospital rather than hold ing to Korea. Miss. Mary Shields from Chicago gave an interesting account of two missionary doctors in Korea. Vincennes Deputy Dies VINCENNES (UP) — Millard Mallory, 55, Vincennes, chief dep-j ST. MONICA STUDY CLDB St. Monica study club of St. Vincent church met at the home of the- president, Mrs. William Gingrich. Wednesday evening. Prayers were led for Bisiiop Bennett after which final arrangements were made for the Christmas parly December 16. The sixth and ninth commandments from the book, "The Ten Commandments," were discussed. Current events were given by each member. .Mrs. Henry Hodus was a guest. During the social hour, refreshments were served by the hostess. Mrs. John Keller and Mrs. uty s ], e ' r jff O f i< nox County, died Iharles McCall had charge of the] of a hcart se j zure today at his Charles entertainment with prizes goin; to Mrs. Leo Liming and Mrs. John Hume. Refreshments with Thanksgiving favors were served by the hostesses. home. Killed In Fire MISHAWrtKA (OP)—The body Pictures were taken of the group of Mrs. Margaret Ostrum, 45. was and names drawn for a Christmas found by firemen in !he wreckage a gift exchange. igift exchange. A six o'clock din- of a bedroom in her home east Mrs. Hazel Swanson reported onjner in the church dining room will ot here today. The home and an- achievement day. \ precede the next meeting on De-i other under construction next door Mrs. Gertrude Heckard gave a talk on old hats prior' to devo- YES We are in the CHRISTMAS TOE Business Again at KEfTZER'S DRIVE-IN Opening Date Sun., Dec. 1 1 p. m. Y's MEN CLUB robbed the Southtown Tavern of $4,600 today and wrapped the loot in the proprietor's coat. Carl Larson reported to police that he and two janitors were cleaning up after the tavern closed eariy this morning when two men with a sawed-off shotgun and a revolver forced their way in Gifts were presented five members who had attended all meetings 'the past year. Miss Frankie Kinneman Mrs. Grace Manse received doorj prizes. Thirty-three members, 18 guests and three children were served refreshments by the hostesses, Mrs. Patton Skinner, Mrs. Ema Abshire, Mrs. Marina Dillman, mi. j. f , ™ n • i I Mrs. Helen Bookwalter, • Mrs. They got $4,000 m currency and Mwy ^^^ Gerlie ohamp through a back door and made' him open a safe. $600 in dimes, folded the money UOITIONAL Ai'r«oi-Ki.vriwA». en b Mrs Jame DownSi reading Notice Is hereby irlvon the tax- ,, m , ~ ' . -,-,, ,, , r .ayers at L.osan»pr>rt. ens* Coun-jfrom "The Secret Place" and of- v Indiana, that tho proper legal fering prayer. Mrs. Charles Mulli-' • fcers of said School LUymu- **** ^*; A i« ™t;n~i *. A 1_ ti OL .. _ i;ic!paJity at their regular meeting jrlace at 7:30 o'clock P.M., on -nel d<<y of Dec., 1957, will consider the following additional apprn- ri'iationa which said officers consider necessary to meet the «xtra- orrHnfiry emerg'ency existing at this time. 0,000 B Tuition Because of many substitutes and additions to staff Lees 3,000 B Special—not to be used for clerks* salaries and supplies. 5,500 D Special Janitorial salaries and supplies, fuel Taxpayers appearing at mich meeting- shall have a riprht to be Jieard thereon. The additional appropfi"tion as finally made will He automatically referred to the State Board of Tax Commissioners, which Board will hold a further hearing- within fifteen (lavs at the County Auditor's office of Criss County, Indiana, or at such other place as may be designated. At such hearing, taxpayers objecting to any of such additional approurlatlons may be Jieard and interested taxpayers may inquire of the County Auditor when anct where such hearing •will be held. Donald D. O'Neill - President l;ea Bautnann - Secretary ."lack Hunter - Treasurer Kdpar D. Jasorka •\\"ayne It. Schnefer BOAIID OF SCHOOL can read an article entitled "Alcoholism Is One Disease Sldl Ham- pant". Miss Goldie Burns, delegate to the recent State Convention, held in Brazil, Ind. will give a report of the convention on Dec. 17, at the home of Mrs. Robert Hill. 75 greeting cards in stamped envelopes were donated to be sent to hospitalized war veterans. Mrs. R. Card of Thanks We wish to express our sincere thanks to Dr. Hedde, the entire personnel of Memorial Hospital, Rev. Ecbols and all who assisted in the Memorial service, the Fisher Mortuary and all our friends and neighbors for all thp.r many acts of kindness, extended to us during the illness and death of our beloved husband, father and grandfather. Mrs. Dale C. Beatty Mrs. Martha Beatty Fiimey and children. Mr. and Mrs. James Dale Beatty and children. The body is at the Barnes'fim- in^ Larson's coat and left after eral home in Eaton, where rites snipping the telephone line, are pending. The Daughters of Isabella, Logansport Circle No. 136, will observe their annual Memorial Communion Sunday, November 24, at St. Joseph's church 8:00 Mass. Immediately following the Mass, breakfast will be served in the K. of C. Hall. They will hold a business meeting Tuesday evening at 8 o'clock at the K. o£ C. Hall. ATTEND INSURANCE SESSION Local insurance men James White and Harold Bodinson this week attended the annual Conference of the Indiana Association of Insurance Agents at Indianapolis. Speakers included John J. 0'- Hara, association legal counsel, and Atden C. Palmer, state insurance commissioner. PUBLIC AUCTION As I have purchased a small farm and have discontinued my large farming operation, I will sell at public auction at my residence located 1% miles west of Road 31 on Road 26 or 5'/2 miles east of Russiaville on Road 26 or 5 miles southwest of Kokomo on State Road 2fi on TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 26, 1957 Sale to begin at 11:00 A. M. CATTLE— 14 head 5-6 year old Holstein cows to freshen in December; 4 Holstein heifers coming 3 years old, to freshen in January. S open Holstein heifers. 18 months old; 1 large Holslein bull; 3 Holstein and Hereford calves, II months old; milk records; will be given day of sale. Bangs tested. HOGS, 105 HEAD—45 head Hamp shoats weighing approximately 70 Ibs.; 45 head Hamp shoats weighing approximately 45 Ibs.; 15 head weighing approximately 150 Ibs. TRUCK—1947 Int. 1',4-ton truck with 2 stock racks and grain bed, completely overhauled last year, runs good. MACHINERY—1941 Int. "M" completely high compressioned in A-l condition; 1948 Ferguson in good condition on good rubber; Int. 4-row cultivators 3 years old; Int. 3M corn picker; Kewanna No^ 8 wheel disc, good; Int. 3-bottom 14" plow on rubber with plow-chief points and Lantz cutters; JD Van Brunt grain drill with clover seed attachment; 2 good rubber tired wagons with good beds; Universal 40-ft. double chain elevator with drag and motor; 2 false endgates with electric power unloader; 4-row rotary hoe; Brillion 10-l't. double cultipacker; 1951 MH 7-ft. combinu with motor, scourkleen and pick-up attachment; 1955 Int. 4-bar side delivery rake; Int. No. 2CO tractor manure spreader on rubber; Int. 4-row corn planter on rubber; JD 2-row corn picker on rubber; MB'I 4-bottom 14" plow on rubber with Lantz cutters; MM 2-bottom plow with Lantz cutters; 2-bottom Co-Op plow with Yetter cutters; 8-ft. MM disc; Gandy fertilizer spreader on rubber; MM 2-row cultivators; 4-section spring tooth, harrow; Myers B-row weed sprayer with saddle tanks, complete. MISCELLANEOUS—Heat houser for "M" tractor; umbrella; Stewart cow clippers; 8 and 10 gal. milk cans; axel, tires and wheels for trailer; 500 size' electric broocer; hog pans; 16-ft. wooden hog trough; 3 wooden 16-hole hog feeders; 1 pig creep feeder; 2 round pig feeders; winter hog fountain; hog herders; 6 single hog houses; cattle feed trough; 2 large 1000 gal. round cattle tanks; 2 stock tanks with hog drinkers; 3 automatic bottle gas tank heaters; tomato racks and 500 tomato hampers; platform scales; other articles too numerous to mention. TERMS—CASH. NOT RESPONSIBLE IN CASE OF ACCIDENTS. Lunch served by Shiloh Ladies' Aid. VERNON SMITH, Owner Roy Crume, Auctioneer. Kokomo Ph. GL-26619 Weston Bassett Clerk this ad as it will not appear again) at TIMBERLAKE'S ii gift-giving is a matter of pride with you....givei SHEAFFERS WHITE DOT SNORKEL PEN Crest Per*, 125.00 and Mrs/ Evelyn Brenton. BEERS-WINES LIQUORS HARDIN'S LOCKER In Fancy Christmas Decanters See Our Big Selection WILL BE CLOSED From 6 P.M. Sat. Until 8 A.M. Mon. PRESUTTO'S Clipper Pen t nd matching PelKtf, S2S.OO People everywhere know that Sheaffer^s White Dot is the finest! You give more writing • pleasure, more convenience... morei enduring quality to be remembered by. Come in now and let us help you to select the model and personalized point style for the person you have in mind! Modern, clean fining, Noining to take apart or dismantle. ISheoffer's Snorkle Pens from $7.95 up Other ShectFFer's $2.95 up COME IN TODAY! TEST "SNORKLE" YOURSELF Your name in gold letters free on each pen and pencil Hundreds to choose from. '^Headquarters for Fine Fountain Pens and Pencils" Timber-lake's Gift Shop Open Friday and Saturday—8 a.m. to 9 p.m. Sunday—7 a.m. to 1 p.m. For your convenience Open Saturday Nife until 9 IT CAR, IN YEARS .'58 CHEVROLET! Imookr Convertible with Ih* *o4M quoiity otf Bod/ by -fithoc. Bel Air 2-Door Sedan showing TCM> dual heoolioirtl. It sets a netv style in styling. It takes a new approach to power. It's new right down to the smooth and solid way it rides! It's long, low and luxuriously new—the beautifully moving '58 Chevrolet. It's new from ride to roof . . , from its bold new grille to its. unique £ull-wing rear fenders. And,, it offers quick- responding power aplenty in any engine you pick—V8 or 6. NEW SILHOUETTE, featuring a new body-frame design, is dramatically lower, wider—arid a full 9 inches longer! 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