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Monday Evening, December 2, 1957. ROCHESTER— To Study Tree Ills ROCHESTER — A "woodland" meeting for farmers wilt be held here Tuesday on the N. E. Kcssler farm at 9:30 a.m. and the Harley Rogers farm at 1:30 p.m. Programs for the meetings will be conducted by Arthur T. Parish, extension forester of Northeastern Indiana, and James G. MacAlistor, farm forester of the Division of Forestry of the Indiana Department of Conservation. The two foresters will demonstrate the selection and subsequent removal of defective, diseased and undesirable trees by girding and poisoning. Dick Troutman of Kewanna will demonstrate use of power saws in woods' operations. The foresters will show how to estimate lumber contained in trees and how to use that lumber for best farm construction. Soil Conservation technicians will discuss woodlawn protection and tree planting. The Kessler farm is in Richland township on the blacktop road five miles west of US 31. The Rogers farm is IVi miles west and IVi miles south of Akron ir; Henry township. Winamac Airman Carl Anspach arrived home Sunday after a 12 month tour of duty at Kotzebue, Alaska. After e 30 day leave at the home of his parents Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Anspach he will be assigned to an A. C. & W. site at Custer, Mich. Monroe .Modern. Homemakers Demonstration club met Monday evening at the home of Mrs. George Jordan with (Mrs. Spencer Knarr as co-hostess. The lesson on landscaping was given by Mrs. MAN ON IHE MOON—It's the U. S. Navy's new space suit with "scaled in" atmosphere, for keeping a man alive on the airless moon (if, as and when). It san sustain a man in a complete vacuum for hours, Navy says. Here tester Richard J. Mc- Gciwan climbs out of a tank at freezing brine into temperature of minus 40 degrees F. at the Philadelphia Naval base. He was in the brine 45 minutes. The suit has been tested at 100 feet under water, and at a simulated 80,000 feet up. (International) 'Neighbors' Believe Ike's Illness Not Too Serious By PATRICIA WIGGINS United Press Staff Correspondent GETTYSBURG, Pa., (UP) — Backstairs at the Gettysburg White Blouse: President Eisenhower's Gettysburg neighbors interpret his trip here as indicating that the mild stroke lie suffered last Monday "wasn't very serious after all." Burgess William G. Weaver re- soon. It's real good news." Six'iy-seren reporters and pho- Logansport, Indiana, Pharos-Tribune Three other three expect to sitck it out. While Gettysburg prides itself on treating the Eisenhower;; just like any other residents, the Gettys- Peru Native Son Returns as Doctor PERU—Dr. Max L. M. Boone. a native of Peru, has returned here to start a practice in general mcdi- burg Times is hard put to ignore, cine _ in assoc i at ion with Dr. R. B. VI Ul gC^.G YY lillMHI VT. VVGUVCt LC"|*** w "r i "'-«'''"fa "U 111^ VICLLJi lates that the "town was quite up-1 farm after his heart attack. tographeri have strained facilities i doings - A usual =° m P ramise is Barnett. atthe Hotel Gettysburg-which al-! what ha PP ened in tne <tmes Fn 'i Dr. Boone was graduated fnftn ready was fairly full of Thanks-j^ evening ' the day the President' giving weekend tourists. The press larnvedl corps total this trip compares with | There was a front page picture a high of 100 counted at one point I and nevvs story > but the news story in 1955 when the President wasi was continued on to the inside recuperating at his Gettysburg' page where other "social happen-1 of graduate work on research in Mrs, D. H. Boone, 418 W. Fifth street. His father is a school teacher. He is married to the former Carol Wickham of Grayvilie, 111. Dr. Boine was graduated from Indiana University and did a year set when we heard he was sick. People here on ail the street corners were talking about it and wishing him well." . After the President's arrival, the name Eisenhower still was the topic oi: street corner . chatter. More than one resident was heard to voice the same amateur medical view thEit the trip ''proves he was not very sick or his doctors wouldn't have let him come up so die Owen .and son Rickie spent Sunday evening at Lafayette visiting with Mr. and Mrs. William 'M. Owen and daughter Terri. Sheriff and Mrs. Ralph Galbreath were business visitors in South Bend on Monday. The Twentieth Century class of the Methodist church will meet .for a Christmas parly, Sunday evening, Dec. 1 at 6 p.m. in the Fellowship Hall of the church. Hostess will be Mrs. Katie. Miller with Mr. and Mrs. John Haxby, Mr. and Mrs. James Burrows, Mr. S'.nd Mrs. Floyd Anspach and Mrs. Ruth Keys assisting. Devotions will be given by the Rev. Barfon Fletcher and the entertainment will be in charge of Mr: and Mrs. Herbert Lathrop and Mr. and :M'rs. Clay Zellers. Members are asked to bring two covered dishes for (he carry in dinner. Charles Heater, Mrs. Kenneth Gardner gave devotions onj Mr. and Mrs. Paul Davis left "Thanksgiving." Health and Safe-|Sunday for a two weeks visit at ty hints were given by Mrs. Dave [ Jenkintown, Pa. in the home of Sodervick. The next meeting will their son-in-law and daughter Mr. be held at the home of Mrs. Don Behney on Dec. 16. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Hoover and daughters and Mr. and Mrs. Ed- JfOTICF. OP ADMIM.S'J'HATtm'S SALE OK I1KAL, KSTATK Notice Is hereby tflven that, hy virtue of an order of the Cass Circuit Court of Indiana made In the matter of the estate of Kd•ward M. Dlngeldlne. deceased, ponding hi said Court under Probate No. 15159, on December 11, 1957, at 2:00 o'clock I'. M.. In the office of the Trust Department of The National Bank of Loffans- port, Indiana, and from clay lo day thereafter until sold the undersigned will offer at private sain the fee simple Interest of said decedent in and to the following described real estate, towlt: Lot numbered Forty-one (41) in Pottowattomle Point as designated on the plat thereof recorded in Plat Book Xo. 3 at 1-ape 26 of the records in the office of the Recorder of Cass County, Indiana. Such real estate will be sold subject to the approval of said Court, for cayh for not less than th« full appraised value of $4,- r'10.00, subject to the lien of tuxes for the year 1957, which taxes are due Hnd payable In 1958. The purchaser will bp required to pay ten per cent O0?r>) of the sale price at the time his or her bid Is accepted, and ivill be re- r.ulred to pay the balance of the Rale price at the time of delivery of the deed of conveyance. The purchaser -will be furnished •w-ith an abstract reflecting merchantable title for the oerlod of at least fifty (5 lately last past. The National Bank of Loeansport. Administrator of the Estate oC Kdward M. Din.geMine, deceased Myers & lIoliquB Attorneys for Kstate and Mrs. George. The will of Harry Decker has been filed for probate in Circuit Court. The document stipulates tha-. all properly real and personal, go to the wife Ruth Decker. Tt was drawn Jan. 24, 1944 and witnessed by James Dilts and Edna Bierrium. Mr. Sarn Anspach of Detroit, Mich, spent Monday evening and Tuesday in the home of his brother and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Anspach, as he was en- route to visit relatives in Greenville, Miss, and Dallas.Te-xas on business. Chauneey Felker employed at Waukegan, HI. came "Wednesday evening to spend Thanksgiving in the home of his parents Mr. "and Mrs. C. M. Felker. Jerry Lebo student at Purdue "All RIGHT"—Maj. Gen. Howard McCrum Snyder, President Eisenhower's personal physician, waves to reporters at tha White House, saying, "Everything la all right." Other doctors called in on the President's cerebral occlusion Included Dr. Houston H. Merritt (upper right), Columbia neurologist, and Maj. Gen. Leonard W. Beaton (lower right), Walter Reed hospital commandant, (International) DECEMBER SALE Coats-Suits Dresses Juniors, Misses, Petitej, Women's SAVE ON FASHION COATS Our stock is overflowing with new styles—fine fabrics — lavish fur-trimsl All priced at dollars less than you'd expect! GROUP 1 Were $49.95 $69.95 Now $37.88 $51.88 GROUP 2 Were $75.00 $99.50 Now $55.88 $71.88 GROUP 3 Were $105.00 $150.00 Now $78.00 $112.00 Among the newsmen this time were five British correspondents They helped swell 'WesternUnion file to 45,000 words Friday. Two left during the weekend but the , ings" of local interest are carried: j physiology, and he took medical The wedding of N'orma Jean Shearer to Eugene Stambaugh; Philip Smith's return from Choate School to spend Thanksgiving with his parents, and other items. studies at Indiana University Medical Center, Indianapolis. i Read the Classified Ads The Most Treasured Gifts Come From The Saint Paul, Minn, visited briefly university came Wednesday to (Tues day evening in the tome of Clifford Moody. Mr. and Mrs. Elgie Graves of Marion spent Tuesday visiting in the home of Mr. and Mrs. James Burrows and Charles Graves. Mrs. Thomas Dilts and children, Tommy and Kathy, of Danville, HI. came Wednesday to visit until Sunday in Ihe home of her mother Mrs. William Nims, and with other relatives. Lcbo. Paul Pearson of Chicago was a business visitor in Wina:nac on Tuesday. Mrs. Gladys Miller of Lo;»an<;port came Monday to spend several days in the home of her mother, Mrs. Mary Parish. Mrs. Harvey Hiatt and Mrs. James Jenkins visited in Indianapolis on Tuesday. yir. and Mrs. Robert Murphy of I Arrest Three Boys . Who Broke Windows Three boys, two of them 14 and one 15 years of age, were taken into custody by Sheriff 0. R. Carson and Deputy Roy King after they had broken three windows in the Kieslir.g greenhouse Wednesday afternoon by throwing rocks through them. The boys were turned over to their parents, who must pay for the damage caused by the trio. Group of Wool Dresses Regular Fall & Winter Wools SPECIALLY PRICED FOR CLEARANCE Up to !/3 off dress shop 326 East Broadway Why so many knowing people now drive the Imperial From ihe day the magnificent Imperial swept on the scene, people of discerning taste and judgment realized that a new fine car leader had arrived.' More beautiful than ever for 1958, the triumphant new Imperial is distinctively different. But Imperial owners have found much more deep beneath that glea'ming beauty. 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