Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on December 11, 1957 · Page 15
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Wednesday Evening, December 11, 1057. JUST TESTING SANTA A toy sink that looks just like mother's is what 3-ycar-old Nancy Brown, above, is hoping for at Christmas. Nancy is the daughter ol Mr. and Mrs. John B. Brown and lives at 2110 George street. She is shown looking over the assortment »r toys in a local store. ! mas supper and party on Monday; night, Dec. 16. The Mothers of WWII unit 129 will meet on Dec. 17 at the home of Mrs. Don Newman with a covered dish dinner at noon. There will be a white elephant gift exchange and a collection will be taken for veterans. General business will'be conducted. Ladies Auxiliary of the Christian church will meet on Thursday night, Dec. 19, at the home. of. Mrs. 'A! Fritz at Winamac. Assisting her will be Mrs. Hurley Fritz. | Mrs. Harry Ginther, Mrs. Rolloi Riffel, and Mrs. Lutie Parish. Devotions will be led by Mrs. Rollo Riffel. Gifts will be exchanged. Committee are. working and plans are being made for the Christmas program to be held at the • Christian church on Sunday night, Dec. 22. The Farm Bureau members of Van Buren township will nice': at the school cafeteria Monday night, Dec. 16 at 6 p.m. for a ham .supper. On the committee for the meeting are Mr. and Mrs. Clark Reed, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Brown, Mr. and Mrs. Archie Knebel, Mr. and Mrs. Darl Knebel, Mr. and Mrs. Dwarin Parcel, -and Mr. and Mrs Russell Baity., Mr. and Mrs. Rank Rar.s and family of Washington, D. C., s-per.l last weekend here with Mr. Hans' mother, Mrs. Howard Miller, Sr., and Mr. Miller. Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Wislocki and Traffic Toll Decreases In Indiana INDIANAPOLIS (UP) - Indiana's 1957 traffic death toll, which was running neck-and^neck with the 1956 "figures scarcely a month ago, stood today more than five per cent down from-a year ago. Provisional totals issued by the j cember-accidents as the first week Indiana State Police Department! ° f the final month ol 'the year said there were 1,056 deaths dosed, through last Sunday midnight, compared with 1,120 a year Logar.sport, Indiana. Pharos-Tribune Fifteen earlier. This represented a reduction of 64 deaths. A total of 25 deaths were added to the list last week, compared' with 23 in a corresponding period j of 1956. However, over a four-week! period this year only 75 deaths; were recorded compared with- 122 for the corresponding 28 days of 1956. Four of the deaths added last week were from accidents occurring earlier in the year. Thus, only 21 deaths were attributed to De- Adams Gives Sequence of Events After Ike's Stroke family of Crown Point visited Sunday afternoon with Mrs. Delia Strong and relatives. Mrs. William Batty, was at Indiana Central College at Indianapolis Friday night to. take part in a play. ' SOAP TO BURN WATERLOO, N. Y. — It was an awful mess when driver Roscoe Wcslbrook's track blew a tire, causing a fire that deslroyed the truck trailer and iLs cargo. Police said the 33,000 pounds of soap melted into a huge glob over the charred trailer. WASHINGTON (UP) — went on in the White House when President Eisenhower suffered his mild stroke Nov. 25? The inside story was told publicly for the first time by Presidential Assistant Sherman Adams Monday night in a. speech to the Republican finance dinner at St. Louis. Adams gave this sequence of events: "The first indication that the President was indisposed was his own statement of feeling chilled after returning from the 'Washington airport, where he went to meet officially the head of a foreign state. He had to stand in the cold- for a considerable time. He thereupon wenl to the While House and went to bed. The doctor was called at once. "In turn the President's doctor i in consultation with other doctors [diagnosed that the President had, 'sustained what people commonly I call a minor stroke. Staff Acts Swiftly "Meanwhile.' on the business side- of the White House, a lot of things were going on. | "I at once telephoned the Vice President and advised him of the President's iliness. The same message was communicated to various members of (he President's cabinet. Key members of the White House staff were notified. "The night the President sustained his latest trouble, he was almost adamant about attending the state dinner he had arranged :for the King of Morocco. The day afterwards he put up a vigor- !ous argument about coming to his : office, then talked seriously about | holding a press conference. Failing to talk the doctors inlo cither of these ventures, he directed that " staff members bring him certain documents, and this was done. Activity Increases "The next day. . .he got more heavily into the business of his' office. The f.N owing day he left the White House to go to church with Mrs. Eisenhower. The next day he drove with Mrs. Kisenhow- er to his Gettysburg farm and spent the weekend there. He drove- back to Washington last Monday to atlend a cabinet meeting, met with iiis staff on certain pending problems, and the following two days met with the leaders of the Congress. On Thursday attended a two-hour meeting of the national security council." (The President went (a Gettysburg again last Thursday and returned to the White House Mon- .day.) OPEN FRIDAY AND SATURDAY NIGHTS TIL 9 p.m. 'Til Xmas FREE CANDY CANES FOR THE KIDDIES! .NOTICK TO TAXI'.A YKHS The \V ; i H o n it n ( t Tiptoe T u w n - rh 'p I'u Mi' 1 I jibrary I loan! of V.'iiiion, India n;i. will moot at tho ^iiirai-y ]n Walfni, 1 nil i ana, at T:I;IJ I'.M.. r H. T Friday Deconi- li.-r llUh. T.T.T to i-onsiiler the t'ol- ji>winjf additional appropriations- v.'iiirh an- considered nniiessary ;*i nu-et '.ho txt ran rdi nary emer- ^iiiry existing «.•_ iliis time: Tr. UL2 I'ostiiut' 3. 00 To H.': ! Advertising- IJ.U'J To 31 - St at ioiicry and TJ 313 uth-r office supplies. To 3.T ( >p fl ratine: expense To .••"> Social Sr:c:. To 73 J !"'»!< s, nt'WSp., period. 33.00 I ' 10.no li.'i no TOT At* ALL RFIQUKSTS ?US.OO Taxpayers appearing at sur,h ii't-fctinK shall have a rjKlit to be lu-ard t.HM'eon. The additional ap- pro pr in t ion as finally made will i.c automatically referred to the. Slate Roard of Tax Com mi s- .^ii.ncrs, which Commission will hold a further hearing xvlthln fiitoen days at the County Auditor's Office of Ciiss County, Indiana, or at .such other p I ac e :» s may he designated At such hear- in s: taxpayers objecting to any of such additional appropriations •may be heard and interested taxpayers may Inquire of the County Auditor when and where such hear (us 1 will be held. Floyd Rush, I'res. Star City . The Legion Auxiliary met on Thursday evening at the home of Mrs. Clark Reed. Mrs. William Fagan entertained the Beta Beta Latreian club with a Christmas party at (jer home on Mor.day evening. 'Assisting her were Mrs. Elizabelh Franks and Miss Eunice Err.mett. Mrs. Harold Zanger presented the program. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Hawkins and Family spent last weekend in Evansvil'.e with relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Darl Miller of Battle Creek, Mich, spent several days recently with relatives in Harrison township. The Kumjoiners class of the Christian church will hold their annual Christmas supper and party at the church on Monday night, Dec. 16. Gifts will be exchanged. The Visioneers class of the Christian church will meet at the home of Mr. and Mrs. George Boulah Hail. Sec. ,. ln | Crissinger for their annual Christ- ICE SKATES From Ladies' Figure Skates $995 Men's Figure Skates F ,o m $11.95 SPORTLAND 515 Broadway Ph. 2310 Thrift Talfc2 every Christmas dream Little Girls" 5-piece Happi-Time Sweeper Set 1 66 Witti this cleaning set, she'll beg to be4p mumiuf dean hc*s«j She'll wear her colorful plastic apron as she realty deans with her carpel sweep**, mops, smupi with bccom—<k»s* poo set. Cuddly Dolls 99c Colorful **wffed cotton dolli 15 and 20-in. high. They jfondup.ioo, fealty bug gob r*. agcM« ~H ocrr¥i*Y dwi*fa Big 16V2-ln. WALKING DOLL Play Many Games on Carrom Board Veneered 9.95 Sturdy Steel. Junior Typewriter Looks Real, Types 3.98 Regular 5*95 Well made set includes 2° carroms, 3 tops, score tab, 2 dice, box, 1 8 fti*s; 2 cues, complete playina rules. For playing office! Teaches spelling, develops interest !n words, make* Jearning fun. Lithographed colors. Make Little Savers Out Of Little Shavers There's nothing more important you can teach a child than the habit of saving money. Saving is the seed of success. Without saving there can be little achievement in this world. A savings pass book from First Federal in the name of your child will help your child learn to save. The regular dividends, compounded semi- onriually, will add incentive, too, if you explain their meaning to your youngsters. Only Give the little make-believe motheir a gift she'll love and treasure. Doll walks with "model" grace ... in choice of dresses and hair styles. A life size doll that she'll be proud of-on Christmas morning. Birch and Bronze Table, Chair Set Regular 10.95 . 19 1/2 -in. Tall Beautiful 1 o-ply birch finish table. 17x J4.|n. top. Plastic tips on bronze 'colored metal legs protect floors. Rugged Portable Electric Phono Self-storting..... I 0.95 So simple—young music lovers can operate it themselves! Two package! of needles for lood or soft playing. | JOIN OUR 1958 "DIVIDEND PAYING" 1 Christmas Saving Club Now | All you do is to put in any sum you please each | week, from 50 cents up. (The $l,and $2 clubs are I the most popular.) Come in and ask for further I details. K K a 1 CURRENT DIVIDENDS PER YEAR F«*tfl • Rtcli Red with Black and Gold Flecks, Off Whit« Trimming Hook and Ladder Fire Truck with Fire Bell 23 He'll go clanging away to pretend fires, taking another "fireman" along. Electric flashlight.' 8-in. double disc wheels. 1-in. rubber tires. Vermilion enamel. 47-in. by 17-in. wide. 314 Fourth Street ASSETS OVER $12!4 MILLION Big 22-in. Folding Doll Buggy 6 Normally sells for 8.95. A must for dolly'* outings. Steel frame, '/2-irt. tubular steel handle, aluminum finish, 22x10'/2-in. Vi -A ^^ — 0~.'> t?"-* Attractive 21-inch Baby Dolls Happi-Time Super Service Station With cars Rtl V up mister! Station it 18%-in. long, lO'/l-in. deep, 8-in. high. Staff of S attendants and 32 accessories. Happi-Time "Racer" Wagon 5*44 34 x ]5i/ I x4.in. bed 8.9 5 For real smooth riding on boll bearing wheels ... semi-pneumatic tires, this big maroon wagon takes the top prize. • All Vinyl • Rooted Hair Regular 9.95. She'll love playing with this doll . . . hat rooted hair, sleeping eyes, jointed arms, legs and turning head. 3 dress and hair sryl«- SEARS . AT SEARS FARM STORE 5th & NORTH PHONE 4103

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