Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on December 18, 1957 · Page 5
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Wednesday Evening, December 18, 1957. Mail Yule Packages Now, Says Postmaster "The time has passed to talk about ''Mailing Early for Christmas'," Postmaster Sylvester Kelly said today, "but you can still help us to avoid a tremendous last minute pile-up of Christmas mail . if you will send all your gift packages and Christmas cards right j now." To the inevitable last minute mailers he suggests that you usei Hi-Y Clubs' Yule Parties On Thursday MISTER BREGER gifts going Members of Beta and Gamma! i chapters of the Hi-Y club will '• cards "or mect at tne YMCA Thursday at 7 i to distant places out-;P- m - for ? Christmas program. of-town. He pointed out that even' A movie will be shown at the. few hours delay at this critical slart of the proffram. after which „ time may mean disappointment ^ "ember.; «, 1 go for your friends and loved one on into the, neighborhood of the YMCA to sing Christmas carols. They will return to the building for refreshments Christmas Day. The Postmaster says that he expects the 1957 Christmas mails will! 1 " 1 "' , , . , break all records, and that the Tlle Y ,f "*".?. = ! "° a ! so «'» mail load will undoubtedly hit Hs|™*l at he YMCA Ihnrsday at 7 peak within the next few days. TheiP-™- to llear * Deport on the re- flood of outgoing Christmas cards «<"* of their Chnstmas tree sale Logansport, Indiana, Pharos-Tribune Fjva has resulted in tangible contributions 'to the success of the 307th Bombardment Wing. and gifts is being matched by a like torrent of incoming mail that is becoming greater every day. All Christmas cards should be sent by First Class mail. Be sure to include your return address on all Christmas card envelopes and package labels. The Postmaster expressed his| vaca tj on thanks for the fine cooperation' from the public so far. and asks your continued help so that all gift packages and Christmas cards which ended Sunday. The YMCA Rifle club will hold jits regular firing session Thursday at the National Guard Armory, beginning at 7:15 p.m. Frank Taylor, YMCA secretary, said no Saturday gym classes will be held on Dec. 21, 28, ar.d Jan. 4 because of the Christmas school Employes can be delivered before Christmas Eve. Parcel post window will be open until 8:00 p.m. Thursday, Friday and Saturday, December 19, 20 and 21, respectively. Get- Yule Gifts Santa Claus is paying an early visit to Kroger employes in this "What's the boss got to grumble about? He only has to clock-watch a LITTLE bit each day during our coffe* breaks . . .!" Burnertsville Gl Top Maintenance Man at AF Base LINCOLN, Neb., —Selected as Maintenance Man of the Month for the 307lh Bomb Wing during September was Staff Sergeant Donald H. Brackman, of the 307th Field Maintenance Squadron at Lincoln Air Force Base, Nebraska. Sergeant Brackrnan, son of Mr. and Mrs. Herbert H. Brackman,! ing utilized as a visual aid in instructing pilots in refueling procedures and saves the government time and money. According to his Squadron Commander, L,t. Colonel Herbert A. TilJapaugh, Jr., Sergeant Brackman's "excellent grasp of al 1 phases of the metal working field' Issue Report On Red Cross Services The official report of the Cass county Red Cross for October and November lists 58 cases which were handled by the organization during that period. Finanacial assistance to servicemen, their families and to disaster victims totaled $242.16. Of that amount, $137.16 was given as a grant, where repayment would create a hardship, and the balance was loaned. Payments received from loans •previously given to servicemen totaled $70. The report said that 21 of the cases' were new, while the others were for persons who had previously received Red Cross •Distance. About 425 hours of service were donated each month by more than 80 volunteer workers. In addition, five organizations helped furnish refreshments and hostesses for patients at the Marion Veterans hospital and helped with the mobile blood unit. The chapter also conducted three firsc aid classes and two home nursing classes. «^«%'43rc«*««««HW««««ICIC««ICIC«U:«««««*««««IC«%!lt«t<r) operates the retail food firm's local stores. Gifts of this type have been 1 dis- LHS latin Club Has Yule Party A Christmas program was held j tri b ut 'ed to Kroger employes' "for Monday afternoon at the Logans-: lhe past 20 consecu tj ve years Ev- port^high school by members of ery emplo ye with six months or more service, with the exception of those who participate in a company incentive plan, will receive the checks, accomanpiod by a Christmas message from Kroger president, Joseph B. Hall. Incentive plan checks will be distributed early in 1958. area who will receive approximate-jof Rural Route one, Burnetts- ly $42,000 in cash Christmas gifts, 'ville, Ind. is a 1947 graduate of it was announced today by JameslBurneUsville High School. D. Wiesen. vice president of the', He cn iL,|ed in the Air Force in Kroger Indiana Division, which August, 1950 and after graduation the Latin club. Tom Barnes presided as consul and Doug Schue and Karen Schumacher distributed 'booklets containing Latin songs and greetings. A talk on the origin of Christmai: customs was presented by Jane Ann Cook. Several carols were sung in Latin and refreshments were served. David Ridenour on Chicago Radio Show David Ridenour, son of Mr, and Mrs. Frank Ridenour, 928 Erie avenue, is a member of the cast of an hour long radio play to be presented at 9 p.m. Dec. 21 on station WBBM, Chicago. The play is one of a religious series in which Ridenour is taking part. He will tour the country with th« cast next summer. TRAFFIC FATALITY CLINTON (UP) — Eight-month- old Barbara Lynn Kirkland, daughter of the Donald Kirk'.ands of Chicago, died about midnight Monday in Vermillion County Hospital of injuries sustaiuid earlier in the day in a traffic accident. Read the Classified Ads Force •from basic training was assigned to an air frame repairman school. Before being assigned to his present station, he served overseas in Japan. Sergeant Brackman arrived Lincoln, an Eighth " ~~ base of the Strategic Air Command, in November, 1936. works as shop training supervisor and assistant shop chief for the squadron structural repair shop for aircraft. Sergeant Brackman successfully completed a miniature refueling boom and tail section of a KC-97 aircraft. This model is be We have Batteries and Cords for most hearing aids. FERNBAUGH'S JEWELRY STORE 416 E. Broadway HIGH-FIDELITY BARGAIN IN TAME MODEL HI-FI —HAS 3 BALANCED SPEAKERS! Full-range hi-fi tone. Hag 5- watt amplifier, one 6" and two 4" speakers '. Automatic 4-speed changer. BraBS legs optional. Beautiful wood cabinet. In Imperial Mahogany or Swed- ioh Oak finish. (Model 3H25) '129 .95 Scotties TV W. F. SCOTT HANEGIN ACE HARDWARE 312 E. Market Phone 4780 HMtMtMKMtMtMtMtMUMMlMa WHAT TO GIVE? YOU CAN'T GO WRONG IF YOU BUY Wonderful, Wear ble, Practical Gifts FROM KELLER'S Topcoats PRE-CHRISTMAS £ SPECIAL * Flannel SPORT SHIRTS Beautiful plaid combination of colors. $1.98 to $3.98 Boys' sizes $1.49 to $1.98 Men's Suburban Coats $18.95 Quilted lined, tweeds and Fleeces, warm and serviceable. Boys' sizes $14.95 Bulky Knit Pullover Sweaters $6.98 Lambs wool and Nylon. — Grey or black. Men's SCARFS $1.49-$1.98 Pretty plaids in all-wool. Rayon Knit Scarfs Assorted colors and plain white'. 98c LADIES DUSTERS $2.9843.98 In pretty prints Nylon Slips & Gowns S2.98-S3.98 Alymays a nice gift Ladies Head Scarfs Long length—All wool 98c-Sl98 Ladies and Children's WOOL GLOVES 98c Ladies Dacron Blouse $2.49 «_. _ i_ i _i I—_ ^ Pastel shades. Ladies Handkerchiefs 25c-35c-49c Dainty floral patterns Girls'Ski Pajamas Suede knit sizes 8 to 1 8 $3.49 Girls'Nylon Sweaters S2.98to$3.85 A good choice of colors "THE STORE FOR VALUES" KELLER 503-505 BROADWAY CO. FURNITURE DEPT.-THJRD FLOOR Furniture ' Gift Specials A Gift For The Home Says MERRY CHRISTMAS The Whole Year Through! i Smartly Styled 3 Piece Sectional Make Your Christmas Last For Many Many Years! Norwalk Styled and Constructed! Written Guarantee—Reversible Cushions A Huge $50 Savings To You! Green or Beige—Easy Terms! $ 279 Drum Tables Perfect for that hard to manage cornerl Beautiful limed oak! Rich mahogany! 20" to 28" in diamet er. The perfect giftl 19-88 Bridge Ensembles • All Steel • Replaceable plastic Tops—Washable • Easy-fold Chairs Table and Four Chairs We Deliver! 27-79 Door Mirrors I 16"x60" i Individually Boxed i Lucite Clips for Hanging I Hamilton Quality 4 .88 1 \ y \ • I ' i: I: $ y L 20" x 28" Plate Glass Mirrors $12.79 22" x 2" or 18" x 26" Decorator Mirrors $3.79 Gift Desks Plastic Tops 7 Drawers Limed Oak Easy Terms) 49.95 Value $39 < *i A^^sM^ui. , Gift Tables • Plastic Tops • Limed Oak • Mahogany • Srrrartly Styled From 12- 79 Wall Console • Antique White • Fruitwood • Use In Every Home $34.95 Value $24 Smartly Styled Bedroom Suits from Olsen's 3rd Floor! Dustproof Drawers—Center Guided Tilt Type Mirrors—Heavy Plate Glass Choice of Finishes—Grey, Walnut, Maple, Limed Oak As Our Christmas Bonus to You—You will receive a Boxspring and Innerspring Mattress with the Bedroom Suite of Your Choice! Limited to Stock On floor. Offer expires Dec. 24th. Double Dresser •fa Mirror •fa Bookcase Bed fa Chest •fa Box Spring •fa Innerspring Mattress $ 269 Shop Olsen's Third Floor for Many More Gift Specials! Delivery Schedule: Thurs., Fri., Sat., Dec. 19, 20,21, in Town and Out Monday, Dec. 23-Oirt of.Town-Tuesdcty, D»c. 24 in Town Only. A Very Merry Christmas To All From O)»en'i 3rd Floorl i \ \

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