Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on December 13, 1957 · Page 8
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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 8

Logansport, Indiana
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Friday, December 13, 1957
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Eight Logansport. Indiana, Pharos-Tribune Letters to Santa Dear Santa: I want some stuffed animals & slinky dog & a horse & some col- orsng book, & a form set & some dresses. Nancy Woodruff 509 Washington St. Logansport, Ind. Dear Santa Please bring me a light & horn for my bycicle. A steamshovel an airplane an automatic dump truck and an electric train & a sled. My little brother wants a new tricycicle and a horn for his bike and a wagon We have bo(h been pretty good boys We will have some refreshments for you Xmas eve I am 5 and my Brother Randy is 3. Elect Officers Of Conservation Club in County New officers for the Cas:; county Conservation club were elected at a meeting Tuesday in the club headquarters. . Henry McDowell was reelected president and Jack Wild was elected vice president. Lester Way was chosen as the new secretary, and Stuart Smith was named treasurer. Glenn Albright, Don Finton and Frances Huffman were elected as board members. The group discussed plans for a membership drive to be held in the near future, and studied methods for the conservation of wildlife and fish. Billy Michael 1522 High St. Logansport, Ind. Identifies Rifle In Richmond Trial RICHMOND, Ind. (UP)—Indiana State Police Sgt. Edward Replogel took the witness stand late Thursday and identified a rifle found in the car of Miss Ethel Wise, 30, Richmond, as the weapon which killed a prominent Richmond portrait photographer. Miss Wise is on trial in Wayne Superior Court here on first-degree murder charges in connection with [ the death of Roy Hirshburg last! March 25. SEEKS FRIENDSHIP TIES LONDON (UP)—Yugos'.a, President Tito has sent a telegram to Soviet Premier Nikolai Bulgan- in calling for increased "friendly cooperation" between tJie two Communist nations, Moscow Radio said today. Hospital Notes MEMORIAL Births: Mr. and Mrs. David Curts, 528 Twelfth, a son. Admitted: Mrs. Edna Combs, 724 Washington; Master Kenny Coffing, route 4: Louis Hayes,. 1221 Erie; Miss Cinda Smith, Idaville. Dismissed: Mrs. Margaret Beam, Flora; Master Gerald Clayburn, Akron; Walter Cuppy, 926 North; Mrs. Katherine Bollerer, 313 Wheatland; Mrs. Carolyn Larri son, 1849 Woodlawn. 1ST. JOSEPH'S Births: Mr. and Mrs. Keith Erny, Walton, a son. Admitted: Walter Ballard, 429 Grove; Lester Large, route 1, Kewanna. Dismissed: Everett Painton, 2003 Market; Joseph Lester. Walton; Mrs. Robert Johnson, Richmond; Mrs. Delvina Bruek, 900 W. Melbourne; John Perry, stale hospital; Roy Eller, Flora; Mrs. Donald Gunter, and daughter, 331'/i Wlieatland. Fulton County Soldier Expert on .45 Pistol Army Pvt. Donald D. Williams, son of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph A. Williams, route 6, Rochester qualified recently as an expert in firing the .45 caliber pistol at Ft,. Riiey Kansas. A 1953 graduate of Fulton high school, the 22-year-old soldier was employed by the McMahan Construction Co before entering the Army. Williams entered the serv- ice in August, completing basic training at Ft. Gordon, Georgia, and is assigned to Company B, 69th Armor. Read the Classified Ads At I Do My Shopping • BRUMBAUGH'S r President Franklin D. Roosevelt i signed the 20 per cent of income, pay-as-you-go tax bill June 10, 1943. RUBBER STAMPS Made In Our Own Plant 2-DAY DELIVERY CHRONICLE PRINTING CO. 417 Market Ph. 4362 Roy L. Crume GENERAL AUCTIONEER • Farm Sales • Household Goods • Real Estate 1735 South Dixqn Road Kokomo, Indiana PHONE COLLECT: GJ. 26619 Kokomo, Indiana CHRISTMAS TREE Stands for large trees $1 Holly wreaths 14" to 36" —cemetery wreaths and bouquets — smilax-magnolia - mistletoe - roping- bundles greens - candles- twinkle lights-ornaments door swags and holly. Open Sunday 12th end North Weddington's ADMINISTRATOR'S SALE of Real Estate Residence of the late Lela Mae Sterrett in Camden; modern; Ulis home, appraised to sell, will be offered at private sale on 'SATURDAY, DECEMBER 21, 1957 at 1:30 p.m., and from day to day thereafter untjl sold, at the law offices of Obear & Overhoiser, Delphi. , Sale will be made subject to approval of Carroll Circuit Court, for not less than appraised value, for cash, and subject to taxes payable in 1958. Abstract of title will be furnished. Inquire of administrator for opportunity to inspect home. LEE J. STERRETT, Route 2, Camden, Administrator. Obear & Overholser, Attorneys for Administrator, 102 South Union, Delphi. Sincere Thanks I wi;;h to thank my friends for the cards, flowers and gifts I received while in the hospital. Also [he men who picked corn and the ladies who prepared dinner. —Fred Spitznogie. 1 DANCE AMERICAN LEGION CLUB 416 High Street SATURDAY, DECEMBER 14 Music by Dick Parmeter Band DANCING 9'Til 12 P.M. Friday Evening, December 13, 193T. Myers Greenhouse. Dial Hallmark Chrittmas Cardt When You Car* Enough To Sund The Vary Belt COONIE'S GIFT SHOP Walton, Indiana SAVE $5.00 ON THIS SKIILET Mw, wfiaf pancakes! now.. . each one venly baked, oulomoficafly The Best in Men's Wear Get This Wall Safe Bank Free NOTICE For your convenience we will be open Mondays Until Christmas Do your Christmas shopping in Loffansport and enjoy the fine food at the GOURMET CAFETERIA 520 E. Broadway Lorg* SI I* IV x II- 3>A ok IMST BOD Skillet, only $19.95 Skillet wtih aluminum cov*r __£22.95 Skillet with coppar-color covtr _$23.4S AUTOMATIC SKILLET Just set tho temperature dial for pancake* at 390° and let West Bend's Automatic Skillet do the rest. Pancake after pancako i» consistently light and fluffy. No sticking of burning. West Bend's balanced heat sprend* evenly over the bottom of pan giving you delicious golden brown chicken, tender juicy steaks, itzzling bacon and OR&S or a mouthwatering rcrtst complete with vep.etnble*. You can even bake a coke or make candy, too. You're coolcing with more confidcnc* when you uso West Bend. » largo sqoaro »lzc, 71 x 11 7nt>>«, * Contlnuoui pouring tip J3/^ qi, four i.dffi. » Automatic eooWng with controlled, won hoot. all our lti, Exira-hioh vented eevtr for browning and frying, M,\\\\> #• V- ATTEND THE WEST BEND DEMONSTRATION IN OUR STOR/E-SAT., DEC. 14 9 a. m. to 5 p. m. FREE COFFEE! No Obligations — Be Our Guest AUTOMATIC SKILLET REDUCED $5.00 During Demonstration Hours only. Prices go back to regular following demonstration. like a wall-safe HERE'S ALL YOU DO! [ Come in or mail in the coupon below with • $10 or more to open your Savings Account: Bt The National—the Wall-Safe Bank is,' yours Freel—You'll also receive a Save-by-' Mail Kit so you can continue depositing by mail. Open Mon., thru Fr!., 9 Eve 5 p.m. to 8 p.m.— Combining !hte*«ttt«tii« features-- • •. . • A BErMPflFUl PICTURE FRAME AND PRINT, • A flNt COIN BANK. . . . .•'...'••.'•'• • A OJENUJNE WALL SAFE FOR'VOUH SAVINGS.,. ' /IT'MjAIJH HIDES THt COIN BANK . -' ; . Tli«. C&BMk locks.ip ttwJiiWkel on wMeji tho.pimuM ': (tame lieges, It tan 1)« swiiy. reitfow-a wiib'.the Key. lha Coki BtaVljsK a'hw<li«'for:^c<wymg ; *irf'i Money Itarmiiiwtir-flirt stows fww much inoiiejr srcnA-5 *nr«f. - a. m. to 3 p. m. Fri. •Sat. 9 a.m. to Noon MAIL THIS COUPON TODAY FOR YOUR FREE BANK! ' to— WELCOME! THE NATIONAL BANK OF LOGANSPORT I am enclosing my check for S payable to "The Member FDIC National Bank of Logansport" to open my savings ac- CHECK PICTURE count. (If sending currency, use registered mail.) PREFERRED— Plaase send me my FREE Bank, Savings Pass Book O Antique Car and Save-by-Mail Kit. ' -O old Locomotive- PLEASE PRINT NAME .... ADDRESS .CITY ZONE STATE. I i I 3 I i i i i, i i I i I 'fytyott&t 0t**$0?te o GIVE A GIFT EVERY DAY OF THE YEAR Give Subscription To The Pharos- Tribune A subscription to the PHAROS-TRIBUNE will be appreciated more than any other gift. It is the only way to give a Christmas gift which comes every day.of the year. Not only do you give a gift every day but you give one that will be enjoyed by the whole family. As you know, the PHAROS-TRIBUNE will keep eVery one up to date with the local and national news. You will be giving the best in features, comics and sports. Just Phone 4141, ask for the Circulation Department and we will do the rest. We will also send a Christmas Gift Card in your name. DAVID'S 516-518 E. 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