Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on December 13, 1957 · Page 7
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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 7

Logansport, Indiana
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Friday, December 13, 1957
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LUbAiWUKI LIDrwu Friday Evening, December 13, 1957. CARROLL Plan Annual Church School Carroll county's annual School of Christian Living will be held on Mondays and Thursdays of he last three weeks of January at the Flora Methodist church, it has been announced by the- Rev. Elbert Smith. The school will be held from 7 to 9-30 p.m. on the evenings of Jan. 13. 16, 20, 23, 27 and 30. Two class periods with an assembly period between them will be held on each of the evenings. Courses which will be offered are How to Read and Study the BMe, When Children Worship, Personal Christian Living, The Christian Home and Teaching Youth. Those .attending must be present at least five of the six evenings to compile the required 10 hours of class work and receive credit. Churches in the county are asked to support the school with a $15 contribution. CROSSWORD PUZZLE Aniwer to Yiisterday'* PuiiU Church Services Bethel Tabernacle R«v. "Wendell Nance, Minister Tu. JV Ellison, Supt. Sunday— Morning "Worship 9:20 a. m. The Rev. and Mrs, Frank Ashby of Decatur, Illinois will bo the STUCK t speakers and present special music Junior Church (ages 5-11) 9:30 a. m. Sunday School 10:45 a. rn. Evening Evangelistic Rally at 7:30 p. m. The Rev. Frank Ashby will be speaking- In this service Wednesday Evening Bible Study and Prayer Service 7:30 p at ACROSS 1—Bone of body 4—Plcrco 8—Grain 11—Man's name 12—Bucket 13— Movo to and fro 15—Thoroughfare 17—Dine 13—College degree iabbr.) 20— Skill 81—Man's nlcknam* E2—Seed 23—Frees of £5—Siamese unit ot currency £5—Mexican laborer 27—Kxlst 2S—Title of respect 29—Edible seed HO—Pronoun 31~Bands of color 33—Symbol for tantalum 35—By way of 36—Range of knowledge 37—Metal fastener 38—Spare 40—Indefinite number 41—Grant use of 42—Possess 43—Swiss river 41— Marsh 46—Symbol (or Iron 46—Burma r alive 47—Fault 50—Woody plant 52—"Was borne B4—Organ of hearing . 55—Carpenter's tool 56—Sow 67—Change color of DOWN 1—Possesses 2—SufClx: adherent of 3—Procession 4—Barracuda 5—Mako laco 6—Thrco-toed aloth 7—Cry liko a sheep 8—Frequently (poet.) 8—Man's nickname 10—Ban 14—Chess piece 1C—Bitter votch 18—Part ot "to bo" 21—One who halts work 22—Ocean 23—Male sheep 24—Anger 25—Ventilate 2G—Footlike part 23—Music: as wrltton 29—WrltlnR implement 31—Transgression 32—Church bench ,13—Metal :H—-Conjunction 35—Largo truck 37—WroLo 38—Upper story 39—pitchers 40—Carnivals 41—Meadow 43—Cooled lava 44—Man's nickname 46—Another man'» nickname •17—Poem 48—Merry 49—Before Bl—Babylonian deity B3~Faroo Islands whirlwind 5 Million Cases of Flu WASHINGTON (UP) — Surgeon jeneral Lero'y E. Burney reported oday that there have been an: stimatd 15 to 20 million cases f Asian flu in the United States ince Sept. 1, but that the epi- emic appears to be ''on the ivane." He warned, however,, that fur- her outbreaks are possible. Burney said 7,6*2 deaths from nfluenza and pneumonia were eported in 108 major cities be- ween Sept. 1 and Dec. 7—3,633 more than for the same period ast year. He said flu and pneumonia deaths reported in these ities reached a peak for the week ndd Nov. 9 and hav since ropped off. He said most of the atalities occurred among the ged, persons with heart disease, uberculosis, diabetes and other hronic illnesses, and pregnant .vomen. Burney said in a statement the nation seems to be "emerging" The Great Plague in London killed 68,000 persons in 1665. The next houses and 89 churches. Minnesota produces more iron year a great fire destroyed 13,200 : ore than any other state. .VOTICE OF ADMINISTIIATIOH STATE OF INDIANA ) ) SS: COUNTY OP CASS ) IN THE CASS CIRCUIT COLTIT NOVEMBER TERM. 1957 Notice In hereby triven that Flossie Steward, was, on 27th clay of November, 1H57, appointed Executrix of the Last Will and Testament of Ralph Steward, deceased. All persons having claims agrain.st said estate, whether or not now due, must file the same in said court within six (6) nionths from tho date of the first publication o£ this notice or said claims will be forever barred. Dated at Losransport, Indiana, this 27th day oC November, 1957. Elizabeth Bieker Clerk of the Circuit Court for Cass County. Indiana Norman L. Kieslinpr Attorney for Estate 11-29 12—6-13 NOTICE TO TAXPAYERS OF THAJl'SFKHS Notice is hereby given t o the taxpayers of the Town of Walton, Oass County, Indiana, that the proper legal officers of said municipality at their regular meeting place, on the 16th day of December. 1057, at 7:30 o'clock P.M. (C.S.T.), will consider the following transfers which said officers consider necessary to meet the extraordinary emergency existing 1 at this time. Transfer from 17, Compensation of Street Employees ?650.00 to 21 Communications and Transportation 5250.00 to 32 Other Supplies (Jlisc.) $100.00 to 12 Street, Alley and Sewer J300.00 to 43 Gas, oil, tires and repairs J100.00 Taxpayers appearing at such meeting shall have a right to be h'-ard thereon. The transfers as finally made -will bn automatically referred to the State Beard of Tax Commissioners, which Board will hold a further hearing within fifteen days at the County Auditor's Office of Cass County, Indiana, or at such other place as may be designated. At such hearing, taxpayers objecting to any of such' transfers may be . r.oard and Interested taxpayers may inquire of the County Auditor when and where such hearing 'will be held. BOARD OF TRUSTEES of the Town of Walton Bobby G. Slusher, President >Ieredith Baker S. Glenn Garrett Maurice W. Rush Thomas Rush HANNA & SMALL, Attorneys for Town o£ Walton 6-13 NOTICE TO JIIDDEHS Notice is hereby Blvcn that the Trustee o£ Tlpton Township, Cass County, Indiana, will, at the, uffice of said Trustee in the existing school building at Onward, Ca93 County, Indiana, until the hour of 2:00 o'clock P.M. (C.S.T.) on Monday, December 30 1957, receive scaled bids for a shop and music room addition to the present Tipton Township Kich School, at which time all bids will be publicly opened and read aloud. Any bids received after the above designated time will be returned xmopenoct. Separ- ata -bids will be received on the f )llowins classifications of work: (1) General Construction: (2) I'lumblne: (3) Heatlne and Ventilating; (4) Electrical; (5) Com- ninatlon of any two or more ot •he above classifications, Kach bid or proposal shall be accompanied by a certified check, cashier's check, or bidder's bond for the full amount of the total hid price as a good faith deposit that no bid will be withdrawn for .1 period not to exceed thirty days after Its receipt and that the successful bidder will enter Into a contract within five (5) days after notice of award for said work. All proposals or bids submitted shall be addressed to the Trustee UL Tlpton Township, Cass County, Indiana, and shall bo properly ana completely executed on Indiana State Board of Accounts Form \o. 96 and with Non-Collusion .(ffldavit properly executed as required by the statutes of Indl- •tria, and must be accompanied liv Questionnaire Form No. 9G-A, Indiana State 'Board of Accounts, for all bids nver Five Thousand t' isflOO.OOJ Dollars. Wage rates established on this work shall not be less than the oresnrlbed scale of wastes as specified In the specifications for tr.ls work. The bidder to whom i lie contract Is awarded will be required to furnish a performance bond with surety to the approval i,f the Owner in the full amount i-f the contract, conditioned as by law provided. The successful bidder will likewise be required to provide evidence of property dam- :IKB, public liability and workmen's compensation coverage before beginning work tinder the contract. , The contract documents in cludinff the specifications are 01 file in the office of tho Trustee, K R. 2, Walton, Indiana;.Medland ;:nd Bowman. Architects, and En- ••meers 417 North Street. Loprans- >.ort, Indiana: F. 'W. Dodee Corp. J'lan Room, Indianapolis, Indiana; and the State Board of Accounts, Svate House. Indianapolis, Indiana. Copies of the documents may be obtained by prospective bidders from said Architects at tho above address upon a deposit of $10.00 f<,r R. set of such documents, which deposit will be refunded to each bidder who returns all of the documents in good condition -within ten (10) days after the opening of bids. The owner reserves tho rlprht to reject any aiul all bids and waive any informalities or technicalities. HERBERT GRANT, TRUSTEE TIPTON TOWNSHIP. CASS COUNTY, INDIANA GLBNN L. MILLER. ATTORNEY FOR TRUSTEE PRIZE SHOOT TRAP & SPOT (SHOTGUNS ONLY) SUNDAYS, DEC. 15-22-29 1 p.m. Until Dark Rain, Shine or Snow TURKEYS HAMS CASH 1<Z—16-20 Gaujje Ammunition Available REFRESHMENTS ON SALE LUCERNE SCHOOL GROUNDS Sponsored By lucerne School 'Classes OUR CHRISTMAS GIFT TO YOU... With any New TV purchased in our store between now and Christmas we will give you FREE Your choice of a Clock Rtidio or PORTABLE RADIO New — frWrn General ' El jctric from what he called the most widespread influenza epidemic in 40 years. "While the present epidemic wave appears at this time to. be on thfi wane," Burney said, "further outbreaks are possible." He added the disease, can be expected to "occur" throughout when influenza is usually at its peak. Forty-Year Legion Pins to Be Awarded Forty-year membership pins will be presented to eligible members of the local American Legion post at a district meeting to be held at the Walton post in January, according to Arthur Best, post commander. ' Those who have been members since the organization was formed are asked to contact Best or Andy Michael, post adjutant, to be sure they are listed. The presentations will be made by Arthur McDowell, Delphi, district commander. Bloodmobile Gets 75 Pints • Only 75 pints of blood were collected by the Red Cross bloodmobile Thursday during its monthly visit to Cass county. The amount was the least contributed during the year, and was little more than half of the 148 pints donated in November. The quota was 127 pints. Officials blamed cold weather for the small turnout. Mrs. Mildred Hickman, of Buf- Read the Classified Ads Logansport, Indiana, Pharos-Tribune Seven 4 Mrs. Charity Ayers Succumbs at 81; Funeral on Sunday Mrs. Ayers, 81, of p.m. Thursday after a long illness. Born in Cass county Sept. 9, 1876, she was the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William Koble. She was falo, received a two-gallon' pin.' lis, chairman; Mrs. Allen Heminger, Mrs. Harvey Roberts and Mrs. 0. H. Groleleuschen. Afternoon crew—Mrs. J. M. Druck, chairman, Mrs. Frank Wilkinson, Mrs. D. K. Winter and Mrs. E. L. Part- One-gallon pins were presented to! James J. Smith, 621 Broadway;! Allen Carson, route 6, city; and Harry J. Winning, 1114 Broadway. RBM employees, gave six pints, General Tire gave five, and the Pennsylvania Family club gave nine. Refreshments were served to donors by members of the Tri Kappa sorority. Members in charge were: Morning crew—Mrs. Lowell Hil- i ridge. Only lOc per check for National Bank's E. Z. Checks. No minimum balance required. Open your E ; Z. Checking Account and use this easy, economical way to pcy bills. ULTRAV1SION Table Model TV ModcUlT1540 262 square inches of viewable area 95 Complete With Bus* See It now af SCOTTIESTV FLANECINI ACE HARDWARE W. F. SCOTT 312 E. Market Phone 4780 Broadway ot Fourth Phone 4137 NATIONAL BANK f n ' . ' J I thi WELCOME! MEMBER FDIC The bloodmobile will be in Lo- ansport again Jan. 17. the widow of James Richard Ayerf, who disd in 1937. Surviving are a daughter, Mrs. Carmen DeFord, 901 West Cli(£ drive: a brother, George Koble, in-IO route 2, city; six grandchildren, 11 ' great grandchildren and several nieces and nephews. Friends may call after 7 p.m. Friday at the Chase-Miller funeral home, where services will be held at 2 p.m. Sunday. The Rev. Clyde. R. Black will officiate. Burial will be in St. John's cemetery. John Fitch demonstrated a steamboat for the first time in 1785 when he attained a speed of three miles an hour using 12 mechanical AT MOHLMAHS FREE COFFEE ALL DAY SATURDAY A Sunbeam demonstrator will be in our .store all day Saturday to demonstrate and answer any questions about Sunbeam Appliances. ^^f^fr^ttS^^, ,^ • J 75iiir" J '^^^^^^™* CYOU give her perfect '* top-of-stove cooking ^ when you give her CONTROLLED EVEN HEAT APPLIANCES Ends Pot Watchlr*— p Reduce* Mtit Shrinkage Up to 23% (Use »s a sauce pan, double [boiler, chafing dish, deep .fryer etc. Cook guide u on handle. Water-sealed element makes washing easy. In 3 and 5-qt. §ize»— vented metal cover included. Fry basket available *e)>»rately E«sy. to-Slit Fryguid* The * original and genuine Sunbeam Frypan with Controlled Even Heat makes everything cooked taste and look better and its square nhapo cookt 20% more. Water-sealed element for "easy washing. 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Actually shaves below beard line because big, single head pops whiskers high- for blade. "Hollow ground, double edge blade is self-sharpening. 9SUNMAM IHAVEMASTER $29.95 LESS TRADE USE MOHLMANS BUDGET PIAN $1.00 DOWN $1.00 WEEK MOHLMANS 309 FOVKTH STKffT Of* A tUKTfX

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