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Friday Evening, November 29, 1957. 7. FARMER'S COLUMN b. Implements FALL DISCOUNTS ON FARM MACHINERY "SAVE"—25% DISCOUNT ON THESE ITEMS l_No. 76 Combine, 7-ft. cut PTO 1—No. 6, 10-ft. Fertilizer Distributor. 1—No. 52 Wagon, Special Heavy Duty. 4—No. 461 4-row Cultivators. 1—200TW Manure Spreader, 70 bu. capacity. 1—No. 8L, 3-16" Plow, can be converted to 4-boltom. . 2—44-A_ 4-row Planters, disc or •running type, with plastic fertilizer boxes. 5—No. 37, 10-ft., 7" Wheel Type Tandem Discs. 3—34HM33 Manure Loaders for H, M, 300 or 400 Tractors. 2—13x7 Drills with low rear mounted grass seed attach- i 'ment. 1—16x7 Drill with low rear j mounted grass seed attach• ment. 2—No. 16 Steel Wagon Boxes, 6x12 ft. ATTENTION- READ THE FOLLOWING We need used TRACTORS and FARM MACHINERY. We don't have a large enough selection of good used items on hand at present. Your best time to trade is now, when we don't have a big stock of used tractors and machinery. For instance if you have a good Super M Tractor, we will give you ?2,500 for it against the list price of a 450 Tractor. ACT NOW — SAVE MONEY. NEW TRACTORS We have 12 new TRACTORS on hand, and we have 4 CARLOADS in transit. We are trying to beat the price increase and save you some money. We will sell all new tractors at a 20% discount if sold by November 30. You don't have to take delivery, but have to give a note or settlement on it by then. You will also 'avoid -the 6% price increase, which is a SAVING OF 2656. CHARLES VANMETER KEWANNA, • INDIANA PHONE 4221 10 FOR RENT 2 double apartment unfurnished, Inquire 1217 Ash. Ehone 2i)832. 3-300M furnished, lower apartment, gas heat, no children. 7283. STRICTLY modern 3-room, unfurnished, upper apartment, heat and water furnished. Ph. 7118. 118 Seventh St. !l-room unfurnished heat and water furnished. 'I room unfurnished, heat and water furnished. 'I rooms unfurnished, may share heat bill. Ph. 4567 or 4495 4 UPPER unfurnished rooms, utilities furnished, adults. 900 W. Melbourne. 3 ROOM apartments furnished. Inquire 800 North 3rd. Aparlment 4. 3-ROOM furnished and unfurnished heated apartments, nice. 21588 or 4976. 3-ROOM apartment, heat, water private entrance. Phone Mil. 3 ROOMS modern, inquire a!; 1321 Riverside Drive. FURNISHED apartment. 3 rooms and bath. Inquire at 815 North 3rd or Dial 3804. 3 UNFURNISHED rooms upper apartment. Heat, hot water fur. nished. Private entrance at 111 West Linden. Adults; Call Lucerne 2138, reverse charges. 4 ROOMS, bath, modern apartment. Heat, hot water. Phone 7583. 5-ROOM upper apartment, newly decorated, heat and hot water furnished, $65. Ph. 2861. SMALL furnished apartment, $35.00 a month. Ph. 50956. UNFURNISHED, modern, 4 rooms and bath, private entrance. Ph. 56953. 11. FOR SALE USED 21" table model TV, good condition, 30-day guarantee, $5.00 down, $2.50. Firestone Store. Ph. 3922. SINGER console, electric, complete with attachments.. S69.50. Barber's Sewing Supplies, 318 E. Broadway. FOR Linoleum with a shady past, Glaxo makes it last. Easy to apply. Glaxo ends waxing. Flanegin Ace Hardware. BRAND NEW Portable Sewing Machine, sews forward and reverse. Original price $79.50, now only $39.50. Terms .available. Limited supply. We are passing a good buy on to you. Dealer: Phone 6313. SINGER Portable Sewing Machine in A-l condition, only S34.50. Dealer: Phone 631S. BUY that TV for Christmas I See eye-popping bargains in the Classified Section. Call 4141. LARGE Refrigerator. 9 cti. ft. Auto, defrost. Good condition. $50. Call 21005 11. FOR SALE 13 REAL ESTATE BABY CHICKS, Leghorns, Hi-Line| EQUITY in 5-room home, garage; ' barn and extra lot, will trade for housetrailer or good car. Kewanna, Ind. Ph. 3461. Home Ph. 3431. and heavy breeds. HIZER HATCHERY, Grass Creek. BIGGER poultry profits the .Na- piana way. Feed Napiana egg feeds for better results. Krum- bles or pellets. King's Hatchery, 6th and North. Phone 3718. f. Wearing Apparel BARGAINS! BARGAINS! Shop at The Thrift Shop 411 E. Market Street FOR SALE: Cheap, lady's good fur coat. Call 142-R, Flora. h. Wanted to Buy WILL PAY spot cash for small used upright, Spinet or Player Pianos. Phone 3397. USED electric sewing machine. Write Box A-70 this newspaper. WANT — Housetraikirs, pay cash. Write P. 0. Box 8C8 Marion, Indiana. 12 GOOD THINGS TO EAT b. Miscellaneous QUICK change gear.box for 10 in. lathe. Call 50029. ' FURNISHED 3-room garage apartment arid garage, Westside. Ph.' 21006. 3 ROOMS and bath, furnished, automatic gas heat, utilities. 1224 Spear. «. Houses & Duplexes '/& DOUBLE, 6 room moder.a. Located Wes: Linden. Phone 7370. Two bedroom, Northside. Four bedroom, West. Linden. Ph. 4567 or 4495 •XMAS SHOPPING ATBAIRD'S Always fun with 45 different floor plans to choose from. 14_10 foot wides 17—8 foot wides 14_Used mobile home. The above priced from $295.00 to $8895.00 After making small down payment, weekly payments as low as $8.14 on new trailers. We trade for furniture and trailers. BEFORE BUYING, COME IN AND SEE: BAIRD MOBILE HOMES, Inc. 2 Miles South of Peru on U. S. 31 Ph. Peru GR-39808 SALE—Jonathon Apples, other va, rieties available. Jasper Flory & Son, High Street Road. BARK'S RED DELICIOUS Golden Delicious, Jonathan, Turley and Stayrian Winesap apples on sale at your grocers and storage, % mile north of Lake Cicott. Barr'fi Orchard. b. Fruits, Vegetables . QUALITY fruit, Winter Banana, Gallio Beauty, Biildwin, Jonathan, Red and Golden Delicious, Mclntosh, Turleys, Northern Spy. Tarn's Orchard, on U.' S. 24, Burnettsville. Open daily. QUALITY Red & GoMen Delicious 1 apples, Stayman, Winesaps & cider. Dwight Smith, north on 25, Airport Road. FRESH chilled siweiJt cider. Apples, potatoes, bananas. Open evenings. Sam Berkshire, 425 South Cicott Street. PICK apples, $1.00; cider, 50c gallon. Lines Orchard, 5 miles east Mexico, % milt! ncirth. 13. REAL ESTATE BANKER jackets, quilt lined. $6.95. Children's quilt lined jackets with fur collars, $4.95. Bargain Center, 322 3rd. TWIN Beds, innerspring mattress. 4 BEDROOM house, 'steam heat, oil burner. Excellent condition. Call 3360. MODERN house 3 miles out on State Highway. Phone 40809 Evenings. HOUSE. 3 rooms and shower bath. Modern except heat. East, Ph. 3827. 3 bedroom house at Onward. In, quire at Boyd's, 1200 Erie Ave. T.ROOM all modern house. -3.400 N. Third. Phone 30-A, Burrows. 10. FOR RENT I-BEDROOM family house, ga s heat, garage $75. Phone 6929. THREE parking rentals available. 420 North, inquire 422 North or Phone 3323. WANTED someone to come to stay with me. Room & Board with some pay. Ph. 50172. o. Apartment* FURNISHED 4 rooms snd bath, automatic heat and water, no pets, Westside. Phone 9690. MODERN unfurnished heated apartments, off street parking. Inquire 105 Fourth. SPACIOUS: Well decorated 3 bed room unfurnished apartment. Utilities furnished. 2nd floor. Just vacated. Phone 430S. 8 to 5 daily. 3 ROOMS & tile bath. Downstairs. Private entrance.. Ph.' 2251 ter 5:30 p.m. af- IN Galveston 3 rooms unfurnished, automatic heat. Ph. 3246 Logansport. THREE room modern furnishec apt. 3 miles city limit. $40 month. Ph. 40437 evenings. Good Ave. condition. 411 Burlington 222 REMINGTON rifle. Target spot scope. Loading tools. Remington shotgun. Pump. Pollychoke. H, C. Fo'uts. Ph. Twelve Mile 2837 after & p.m. t. Rooms 5LEEPING room for gentlemen, private entrance. 823 Eas; Market. 5LEAN sleeping rooms, close-in. 514 E. Market. Ph. 20371, CLEAN warm sleeping rooms. Private Entrance. Ph. 50564." EOOM for rent—Gentleman. .Call 8953. g. Wanted To Rent FATHER AND DAUGHTER wishes place in widow's home to board or share expenses. Wrke Box A-73 this newspaper. TWO CAR garage with electricity, preferably cement floor. Phone 53856 after 6 p.m. or 4 bedroom house, oil or stoker fired furnace. Ph. 4793, ask for Mr. Fernbaugh. Tool Rentals FURNISHED large, 3 room upper, east end. Heat, electricity & water furnished $65.00 a month. Ph. 3879. FOR RENT 6 room apt. $60.00— 4 room apt. $50.00—4 room upper apt. furnished $65.00. Inquire 1200 High St. from 1 to 5 Sat. or Sunday or Marion Elliott, Peru, Ind. Ph. G.R.—3-5780. NESS RENTAL SERVICE "We rent most anything" Phone 5911 Jet. 24 & 35 West edge of Logan BARGAIN CENTER 322 THIRD HAS PURCHASED A COMPLETE STORE STOCK AND IS OFFERING THE GROCERIES AT A 50% SAVINGS!! Breakfast foods 14c and 15c pkg. 1 qt. vinegar, 13c. 3 bars bath size Palmolive 22c Canned goods, % price. 2 Ibs. of navy beans, 18c. Minute rice, 8%c. 10 pkgs. of Kool-Aid, 25c, Chore Girl, 5c. Smuckers fancy jams, jellies,15c 60 Champion napkins. 6c pkg. We have many other bargains. Come in and browse. BARGAIN CENTER 322 .THIRD ' OWNER wishes to trade lovely mobile home for modern home in Logansport. Jeffeiries Agency, 403 East 13th St. a- Houses 6 ROOM, 1 story modern home, oil, hot water heat, 2 car garage, 3130 N. Pennsylvania Ave. Ph, 2489. MODERN home, 2708 East Broad way. gas heat, incinerator, dishwasher, carpeted. Phone 6460. GOOD baby bed. Ph. 53407. GIBSON amplifier. Perfect condition. 1003 Erie Avenue. NORTON'S Sugar Cure. Kasch's, 524 E. Market. FOR SALE: 1955—42 ft. Great Lakes house trailer. Terms. Jeffries Agency, 403 East 13th St., Rochester. Dial CA 3-6111. 11. FOR SALE a. Household Goods ADMIRAL COLOR TELEVISION GENERAL SUPPLY CO. ' FRED ANGLE—PHONE 40001 HOUSETRAILERS NEW & USED Anoka Trailer Court & Sales, 4 miles southeast o{ Logan on 35. 4Vs ROOM modern furnished upper apt. Gas heat & utilities furnished 1108 E. Broadway. SOLID OAK. extension table and six chairs. -$35. 225 Barron St. APARTMENT Very nice 5 room, steam heat. Close-in. Outside entrance. Garage. Ideal for living or office. Ph. 4250 BARGAIN Deluxe Unfurnished 3 rooms and bath $45.00. 2103 North. 3-ROOM unfurnished heat and'wa- ter furnished. ¥35.00 Phone 6939 Half of double, living room with fireplace, kitchenette, 2 bedrooms and bath. Tenth and Riverside, Automatic hot water heat. •FRANK T.MORRIS AGENCY, I tic. 125 Fourth Ph. 3063 SPECIAL on finest in large and small appliances and televisions. Wallar Electric, Burrows. BRAND NEW portable sewing machine, sews forward and backward. Original price $79.50, now only $39.50. Limit«I Supply. Hurry. Dealer: 6313. SINGER portable sewing machine in A-l condition. Only $25. Dealer: 6313. GAS stoves, apartment sized gas stoves, clean and .good, your • choice. $20. Wood and coal heating stoves complete line of used furniture. ' Low prices. Boyd's, 1200 Erie Ave. USED televisions, refrigerators, gas ranges, washers. Goodyear Service, Sixth and Broadway. USED electric refrigerators,- all makes, $39.95 up. Briggs Electric Co., 205 Fifth. 4 rooms and bath. 416 Broadway! Phone 4827. FIRST floor unfurnished apartment, close-in steam heat. Call IMS. A Pfaff or Universal sewing machine will make an ideal gift for -her, $69.50. Small depcisit wiL lay away for Christmas. Barber's Sewing Supplies, 318 E. Broadway. Phone «54. ANTIQUES ' Special Sale China and Glassware GRIFFIN'S GIFT SHOP 116 N. Illinois Street Monticello, Indiana PLAY pen and pad, like new. $12.00. Good used baby buggy $8.00 Ph. 40561. aoUSETRAILERS and accessories Buy, seD or trade. 2 mi, N, W on V. S. 3S. Maple Springs. FERREE & SMITH Mobile Home Sales, Akron, Ind., Ph. TW-3-3285 or TW-3-2075, % mi. S, Akron. 40 GAL. Rheem electric hot water heater,- table model. Excellent condition. Phone 9,114. c. Musical Instruments SPINETS—CONSOLES: by. America's oldest Incorporated Piano Manufacturer. Guaranteed lowest prices terms. Thompson Piano Sales.'834 W. Miami Ave. FOR SALE—Trumpet. Like new. Clarance Zook.. Bringhurst. LADUE B-flat clarinet. Importec from France. Ph. 9155. d. Poultry, Eggs, Baby Chix WE WILL accept Pfizer's coupons good for one V< lb'. jar of "Special Formula" pack Terromycin Egg Formula, worth .$4.38. King's Hatchery, 6th and North. Phone 3718. OWNER TRANSFERRED. Consequently this attractive four bedroom brick: ranch home offered for sale. Only 4 years old. Suburban location with nice lot, hardwood floor:!, double garage in basement, ' VA baths, alum. comb, storm windows. Really a nice home and a good buy. Good financing available. It would be our pleasure to show this property—and you might be able .to move in before Christmas 1 Dale W. McNutl YOUR REALTOR Ph, 29!!» Eve. 2-1767—4886—2623 4 rooms and bath, fas heat, garage, nice kitchen, very reasonably priced. 2 sfcory square type home. Wheatland Ave. Living rm., dining room and kitchen, toilet, lav. and shower. First floor. 3 bedrooms and full bathr up. Gas furnace. Insulated and storm windows. FRANK T. MORRIS AGENCY, Inc. 125 Fourth Ph. 3063 2 bedroom home less than 3 years old. Immediate occupancy. 722 Sunset Dr. Oil heat. Inside city limits. May be purchased under contract. Stove and refrigerator available. 4 bedroom home. 1710 Spear Street. Owners moved out ol town. Immediate occupancy. Priced to sell. Can be purchased under contract. PIERCE AGENCY. Inc., Realtors 218 Fourth St. Phone'3939 FOR SALE: 300 DeKalb hens. Paul E. Champ, Twelve Mile. 3 bedroom home, owners being transferred out of town. Excellent condition. About 3 year's' old. Inside city limits. Reasonable down payment cim handle, H. W. BODINSON, REALTOR 218 Fourth St. Ph. 3939. 2774 HOME BUYERS SHOPPING GUIDE ' TWO BEDROOMS US 35 South af Anoka ... .$17,500 220 W. Ottawa St 7,900 706 14th St 4,500 633 S. Burlington 10,500 1131 North St 10,500 1804 Woodlawn St 4,500 506 W. Miami St. ; 9,000 THREE BEDROOMS Rolling Ridge $18,000 300 N. Hillcrest Dr 15,200 304 N. Hillcrest Dr 15,850 336 N. Hillcrest Dr 18,400 32D N. Hillcrest Dr.. 24,950 FOUR BEDROOMS 1011 E. Market $14,500 1618 E. Broadway 17,000 500 W. Market St open 1607 George St 9,500 1210 E. Broadway 9,000 625 Race St • 7,000 LISTINGS NEEDED, CALL US MERRILL WILSON, Realtor 300 North St. < Phone 3798 Eves. Phone *7277 Deaths and Funerals KICHARDSON Funeral services for Myrtle Rkih- ardson, 52, who_ died Thursday at Fort Wayne, will be at 1:30 p.m. Monday at" the Chase-Miller funeral home. The Rev. M. L. Robinson will officiate. Friends may call after 2- p.m. Saturday. Burial will be in Mt. Hope cemetery. 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 hair leads to 3 bedrooms, spacious kitchen and family room, finished in knotty pine. Carpet, drapes and 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, IVz 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 on this large 10 bedroom downtown income property. Very good deal for the right party. Will consider trade or land contract. Otto Hi'Ibert REALTOR Phone 2684 TOWNSEND Final rites- for William Isaac Townsisnd, 78, of 1323 George street, will be at 3 p.m. Saturday at the Fisher funeral home, with the R«v. Ralph Hoffman officiating. Bjrial will be in the Wal':on cemetery. ENGLISH Funeral services for Grace Lucille English, 49, of 414 Front street, will be at 1 p.m. Saturday at the Fisher funeral home. The Logansport, Indiana, Pharos-Tribune Nineteen Crowd Attends Holiday Rites An overflow crowd 'filled the Grace Lutheran church Thursday morning for the annual union Thanksgiving service sponsored by the Cass county Ministerial association. The Rev. Raymond Echols, pastor of the Broadway Metiio- dist church, delivered the sermon, md a community choir under the direction of Cedric Cox, assistant to the pastor of the Baptist Temple, provided music. Other pastors participating in the service were the Rev. M. L. Robinson, the Rev. Harold King, the Rev. Ralph McCrory, the Rev. J. W. White, the Rev. George Dunham, and the Rev. Paul Baer, host. Public offices, business places ->ir> and industrial plants were closed Leader Or rQCK 320 for lihe holiday. Special holiday Ray Morgan was named assist- feasts were prepared at all. local an i cu i, scoutmaster of cub scout institutions, and even the jail; pac k No. 320 at a meeting Tues- Higgenborham Boy Rites Set at Peru PERU—Funeral services will be held at the Drake-Flowers chapel here Saturday at 3 p.m. for Gary Ray Higgenbotham, 9-months-old son of Harold and Sandra Higgenbotham of Wabash who died at the Wabash county hospital' on Wednesday. Rev. Avery W. Miley will officiate. Burial will be in Mount Hope cemetery. Friends may call at the funeral home after 10 a.m. Friday. The boy was born in Peru on Jan. 8. Survivors also include the grandparents, Mrs. Cecil Pope and Mrs. Chester Guinn, both of Peru; and Herbert Higgenbolham of Cookville, Tenn. Name Assistant Cub prisoners were given, turkey and Rev. Kenneth Brady will officiate. a u O f the trimmings. Eastern Star services will be at 7 p.m. 'Friday, with White Shrine services at 7:30 p.m. Friday. Burial will be in Mt. Hope, cemetery. KRAUT Last rites for Dora Hartman Kraut, who died Sunday at Santa Cruz, Calif., will be at 2:30 p.m. Saturday at St. James Lutheran church, with the Rev. Alfred Gerni officiating. Friends may call at the McCloskey-Hamilton funeral home after T p.m. Friday. Burial will be in Mt. Hope cemetery. SHAW Final rites for George Shaw, 77, of route 2, Galveston, were held Triday afternoon at the Fisher funeral home, with the Rev. Harry Rea officiating. Burial was in the Zion cemetery near Bringhurs;. New 3 bedroom ranch type home with paneled breezeway and garage. With 15 acres, on state highway, 8 miles from Logansport. 30 day possession. FRED SMITH, Realtor 511 Tanguy St. Ph. 2804 or 20914 FOUST Fun-oral services for Rufus L. Foust, 72, of 1324 Spear street, were .neld Friday morning at the Chase-Miller funeral home, with the Rw. H. H. Hashberger officiating. Burial was in the I. 0. 0. F. cemetery in Amboy, Ind, HARSHMAN Funeral services for Geneva Catherine Harshman, 36, of :;330 North Third street, will be at :>:30 p.m. Monday at the Pilgrim Holiness church, with the Rev. Ralph McCrory and the Rev. Ernest Carroll officiating. Friends may call after-7 p.m. Friday at the Fisher funeral home. The family requests that' contributions be made to the foreign missions of the Pilgrim Holin<-3S church in lieu of flowers. Four Hurt In Mishap PERU—Four persons were hurt, none seriously, in a two-car accident about noon Thursday on the South River Road east of Peru. The injured were taken to Dukes Hospital, treated, and released. They were Karen Ulsperger, 26; r. f \r .,i • j •• Alvin Guinn, 47, Robert Tew, 27,|KuleS Keith Mayh€W day at the Wheatland avenue Methodist church. Registration cards were given to 21 new boys, and denner stripes were awarded to Billy DeLaney, Fred Zimmerman and Tom Zd- lers. Marvin Logan, Tommy Lcft- wich and Jimmy Robinson received bob cat pins; Mike Logan won a bear badge and gold arrow; and Dale Isaacs earned a lion badge, a gold arrow and three silver arrows. The next meeting will be at 7 p.m. Dec. 2 in the church basement. and Richard Cuesly, 19, all Peru. Ulsperger had a mouth injury; Guinn got a severe blow on the head and a bad cut; Tew had a cut on his head and jaw and Cuesley had cuts on the face. Uls- perger and Guinn were drivers. Stale Trooper Joe Tucker theorized that Karen Ulsperger, alone in her car, was going east when her car struck Guinn's station wagon which was approaching on the' wrong side of the road. Guinn was arrested and scheduled to appear in the Mexico JP court Saturday, Dec. 7. Damage to the Ulsperger car was estimated at ?1.000, to the car at $800. of Death Accidental The death of Keith Mayhew, route 1. on Nov. 22 was accidental, Coroner M. B. Stewart ruled Friday in his. verdict filed Friday in the office of County Clerk Elizabeth Bicker. The immediate cause of death was a fracture of the neck sustained when Mayhew lost control of the auto he was driving, the coroner stated. The vehicle wrapped around a tree in front of the residence of County Commissioner Fred Moss on the old Royal Center pike. Burial will be cemetery. in the Ball Hill HICKMAN Funeral services for Anna Hickman, of 10 East Linden avenue, will be at 111 a.m. Mondaiy at the Fisher funeral home, with the Rev. Thomas Weigand officiating. Burial will be in Mt. Hope cemetery. FURNITURE LOANS LINCOLN FINANCE COMPANY Marl* Smi.h, Mgr. Phon. 3295 MONEY REPORT THEFT Joe Gustin, manager of the food store at 709 East Broadway, reported to city police Friday that l.wo sections of a conveyor, valued ai $50 apiece, are missing from Motorist's Death Ruled Heart Attack The death of Fred Baker, fierce- ton, on November 26 was caused by a coronary occlusion, according to the verdict of Coroner M. B. Stewart filed Friday in the county clerk's office. Baker was in his car near the behind the food store. He said Eroadripple bridge when he was they were taken sometime since i stricken. last weekend. DE-STROY the PROVEN Rat Killer : •I" WARFAIIII "1 KIT I IOW (Kir WOIET-IU! £ UAKKTEE HBIM Size 39c-IN. Sin t2Ji LOOAINSPORT ELEVATOR CO. FOR SALE BY OWNERS Burlington Ave. property, 3 • bedrooms, 2 baths, modern kitchen, enclosed back porch, garage, priced for quick sale. Ph. 2319. After 5:00 52447 or 2356. b. Lots 2 LOTS for sale, reasonable. Sam Law, 1306 Lobelia St. LARGE lots for sale, Finnell Heigths. priced right and low tax rate. Ph. 4553 between 8:00 a.m. and 4:00 p.m. 2 LOTS for sale on Columbia St. Close to new school. Gas, lights, water and . sewer. Will build house to suit purchaser. Fred Smith, Realtor, 511 Tanguy St. Phone 2804 or 20914. ON YOUR SIGNATURE OR OTHEK SECURITY $25 to $500 Here . . . quickly and conveniently Loans made to both men and women — married or single — in all walks of life and all types of employment. A Loan PlflB For Everyone Phone, write or com« in {or the cash you need ... NOW TOWN FINANCE COMPANY Acrou From Tht City Bui1din{| 606 Edit Broadway oganiport, Ind. Phone 2-2-5-1 MONEY FOR HOLIDAY EXPENSES 318 Fourth Strver Phono 4594 Round Up Juveniles Violating Curfew Seven 15-year-old boys were rounded up Wednesday night by Probation Officer Don Armstrong, Deputy Sheriff George Shanks and city police for violation of the 10 o'clock curfew. The juveniles were turned over to their parents, Armstrong reported. FLU CASES DECLINE INDIANAPOLIS (UP)—The Indiana Stale Board of Health reported today that the number o£ new flu cases nosedived last week to 695. | THIS YEAR RAISE CB LEGHORN CROSS America's Finest Layers! ftxt*H«ftt «v«btH*y. •arly maturity •«* product*** *f quality t*rf* SALE CALENDAR Nov. 30—Lela M. Sterrett Estate Ray Booth, Auct. . Dec. 4-5-6—Knouff Flrniture Co. Roy Grume SDec. 6—Joe's Auction. , Teel Dec. 6—Mrs. Chester Martin Roy Crume CARTON SALE Introducing WAYNE HOWARD Our New Service Manager Mr. Howard has been associated wiih the Ford Service and Parts for the past~25 years, and would like 1o help you with any problems you may have. Wayne's Specials for Next 10 Days 'Wheel Alignment—Ford, Chev., and Plymouth— $5.95 Front Wheel Balance, including weights— $3.00 j Minor tune np plus partt $4.00 Major tune up plus part* $9.95 Drake adjustment, wheel bearing pack, and check brake lining— $2.10 HOPE-LUXEM CO., Inc. Your Friendly Ford Dealer Ph. 3178 Logansport, Ind.

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