Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on December 22, 1957 · Page 27
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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 27

Logansport, Indiana
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Sunday, December 22, 1957
Page 27
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SUNDAY, DECEMBER 22,1957 THE PHAROS-TRIBUNE and LOGANSPORT PRESS, LOGANSPORT, INDIANA LOGANSPORT PUBLIC LIBRARY PAGE TWENTY-SEVEN 13. REAL ESTATE Wishing you the best of everything, and hoping your dreams corne true. Otto Hilbert SEASON'S GREETINGS TO OUR FRIENDS We wish to thank you for having us help you with your insurance and real estate needs. May we continue to serve you and help you buy one of our many listings for a real treat for you and your family. Cash or contract. A 5-room cottage in Lucerne. 6-room home on 20th St. 6-room home in Burnettsville. Douglas R. Martin and Roscoe Martin 202 Fourth St. Ph. 4567 4 room modern cottage. Garage attached. Nice lot. Immediate possession. Southside. 3 bedroom modern home. 2 baths, gas heat. Westside. FRANK T.MORRIS AGENCY, Inc. 125 Fourth St. Ph. 3063 Texas, for a two weeks vacation in the home of her mother, Mrs. Anna Ewing. The Winamac Christian church will hold a candlelighting Christmas Eve service Tuesday evening from 7:30 to 8:30 p.m. The service itself will be one designed for family worship featuring, carols and candle lighting. The church plans to have its families .sit together in an effort to emphasize the 'meaning of the Advent season in the family circle. All friends of. the church are invited. Pfc. and Mrs' Richard Gibson came to the home of her parents Saturday after two weeks with his parents at Fort Wayne; Pfc. Gibson will return to Ft. Richardson, Alaska, after Christmas ar,d Mrs. Gibson will remain, with her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Dale Fahler left Saturday to spend the Christmas holidays at Indianapolis with their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Stogsdill and with friends. Miss Betty Shank of Chicago came home Saturday to spend the Christmas vacation with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Kermit Shank. Mr. and Mrs. William Marx of Kewanna visited recently in the home of- his sister, Mrs. Amanda Jenkins. Mr. and Mrs. George Gordon and children of Winamac, Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Price and Mrs. Louise Doggett of Logansport are spending Sunday in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Coates at Kokomo. Cars driven by John Worley and Raymoind Eugene Page were involved in- a collision Saturday afternoon five miles • west and two miles south of Winamac on a county black top road. Page going south .on a gravel road failed to stop at the intersection and was struck by the east bound Worley car. Deputy Sheriff Wayne Koepkey investigated and estimated damages to the Page car as approximately $400 and to the Worley car about $150. Page suffered a back injury and was examined at a local Doctor's office. 222 Wheatland Ave. 5 room mod. hdw. floors. Built-ins. Plenty of closets. Storm windows. Garage. Fenced back yard. A home you will be proud to own. $7500. 901 19th St. 7 rm. 1 story mod. 2 baths. 28-ft. living rm. Oil furnace. Remodeling not quite completed, material on hands to finish. A bargain at $7,500. H. ERVIN HARNER, Realtor 538 Bates St. Ph. 4716 MODERN home, 2708 East Broadway, gas heat, incinerator, dishwasher, carpeted. Phone 6460. c. Farms FOR SALE: Level dark loam 40- acre farm, average dwelling, bathroom, barn, other buildings, empty, $9,500. Also other 40A, 60A, 80A tracts, realistic prices. Very good 160A $225 acre, terms. Deamer & Deamer, Rochester. Winamac WINAMAC—Mrs. Harry Roth, Pulaski county chairmar; of the Muscular Dystrophy fund campaign has announced that residents •.,of the county have contributed more than $1000 for the aid of muscular dystrophy victims. Fireman helped with the drive in most of the towns arid'volunteer workers solicited in rural areas. Persons who did not have an opportunity to contribute may still do so by sending the money to Mrs. Roth or to Gerald Shank, fund chairman. Charles Hager filed a cross-complaint suit in circuit court in the damage suit brought against him by Omagene Dulin. also naming as cross defendant Wilbur Earl Pulin. The case is based on an accident which occurred on State Road 14 west of Winamac. involving the Hager and Dulin cars. The Monroe Farm Bureau held a Christmas party Tuesday evening at the American Legion hall. Santa Claus made his appearance and had a gift in his bag for each of the children present. There were also "treats" for young and old. A Christmas program was given by members of the Pet and Hobby club, and other children, including two appropriate poems by Teresa Brucker: Thyra Pingle presented accordion numbers. Thyra and Marsha Weldy, pianists, played accompaniments for the songs. Ronald Dommer student at Concordia Seminary, St. Louis, Mo., came last week for the Christmas vacation in the home of his parents. Mr. and Mrs. Otto Dommer. Mrs. Gerald .Rife went to Indianapolis, Thursday and accompanied her sister. Miss Barbara Hatfield, student nurse here for a three week's vacation in the Rife home. Mrs. Maude McFatridge left Saturday for Miami. Fla., to spend the holidays in the home of her son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and J1rs. James Ambler. Capt. Dorothy Ewing came home Wednesday from Fort Sam Huston, FURNITURE LOANS LINCOLN FINANCE COMPANY Mario Smi.h. Mgr. Phone 32*5 REALGAS HIGH QUALITY LOWER PRICES 818 W. Market Hi-War 24 Seventh and North 18th and ffoodJawn ROCHESTER ROCHESTER — Chester Arnett, 46, R. R. 3, Rochester, .was given a six-month sentence on the Indiana Penal Farm in Fulton circuit court Friday afternoon. He bad entered, a plea of guilty to charges of public intoxication anc driving while his .license was suspended. Arnett's penal -.term was metec by Judge Frederick Rakestraw on the latter count. He was fined $25 and costs on each charge. He had been arrested Nov. 15 in Akron by the sheriff's department and placed in Fulton county jail, where he later became ill and had to be confined two days at. Woodlawn hospital. In other court action, the Crop Insurance Group, Lee Hollowell, agent, was granted a default judgment against Volney Wheadon in i(s suit for promissory note. The court awarded the plaintiff $178.21 in toial damages, plus costs of the action. A marriage license was issued in the Fulton county clerk's office to Frank E. Honysett, 42, anc Alice V. Senff, 44, both of South Bend. Immediately following they were married, by Deputy Sheriff Richard Dickson. Elmer Malott, R. R. 2, Macy, was released from Fulton county jail on $160 bond Friday, nighl after he was lodged in jail on a Fulton circuit court order earlier Friday. A complaint on raccoujit had been filed against Maiott by Jack Lee .doing business as the Credit Bureau of Fulton 'county. It asks payment of $137.18. Thursday afternoon, the plaintiff filed an affidavit for arrest of Malott, stating he believed the defendant was "about to leave the state and take his property • anc assets with him with intent to defraud the plaintiff." The annual Christmas Eve Candlelight Service of --the Grace Methodist church will be held at 11 .p.m. Tuesday. The public is 1 invited to the service, which will close promptly at midnight. Musical nenrbers will be presented by the senior choir, directed by Mrs. Glen Ginn; by an echo choir from the Angelus choir, directed by 'Mrs. John Reed, anc by the church organist, Mrs. Robert Shafer. Dr. Claude Young, pastor, will 'speak briefly. Soloists will be Denny Hoover and Mrs. Fred Zellers. Mrs. Ginn and Richard Jackson will sing in -duet, while there also will be selections by a trio and a quartet Th'e trio will be made up of Sandra Smith, Susan Coplen, anc Iluth Berkebile, .the quartet by Mrs. Dale Berkebile, Mrs. Zellers, Dr. Berfcebile and Lee Sharps Admissions to Woodlawn hospital: Mrs. Roy Allen, Silver Lake; Leonard Balsley,. Bremen; Mrs Clarence Rentschler, R. R. 6, Rochester. Dismissals; Mrs. Kenneth Hall, R. R. 6, Rochester; Mrs. Roy Hartman, Fulton; Mrs. Lester Crabbs, Rochester; Mrs. George •Humphrey, Rochester; Mrs. Willie -Lamberti, Rochester and Mrs. Daisy Dubuque, R. R. 6, Rochester. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Davis, R. R. 5, Logansport, are the parents of a son. James Miller who was injured recently in an automobile accident near Lafayette was returned to his home yesterday in the Zimmerman Brothers ambulance from the hospital in Lafayette. He resides at 1100 Elm. Eyebanks in Canada have recently made 80 successful corneal iransplantings. John Wayne and Sophie Loren watch apprehensively th« ' approach of some Tauregs in the Sahara desert. Scene is from Techni- color-Technirama film, "Legend of the Lost," a United Artist release, which opens Christmas Day at the State Theatre. You Can't Afford Retirement Boredom BL PSULAH STOWE "I retired last spring, and I'd like to tell you what I've found," says Mr. Frank Russo. "I am the only retired man living on our street. My wife and I have stayed in our house, a brick bungalow which we bought 27 years ago. "I set the clock radio for 8:30 in the morning, but I can't sleep that late. I'm usually up by 7. After breakfast I go outside and look up and down the block and survey my property. This doesn't take long. "Then I go down to my basement workshop and work on a doll house for my granddaughters; I am building all the furniture to scale. ' • "My wife serves us lunch at 12. I have gained the impression that lunch is a chore to my wife, after years of being free from me from breakfast to dinner in the old days. "After lunch I take a walk,' because my-wife has somewhere to go almost every afternoon. She fs chairman of her auxiliary at church, she is active in the Red Cross, and she belongs to a bridge club. These things were well .established .before my • retirement. "Sometimes I spend some time in the public library and leaf through the newspapers and magazines in the reading room. Sometimes I sleep away part 'of the afternoon, but I find I don't enjoy napping as much as I expected to. "How I used to long for a couch in my office when I was still working. Just-30 minutes a day would have added 10 year* to my life, I'used to think. Now I could sleep for three hours, and nobody would object. "Then there's dinner, followed by dishes. "This is my retirement, and we're not starving and we're not suffering. But what else should I do?" Mr. Russo's experiences are typical of a man who retires and stays home. The man's situation has changed, but nothing else has. Here are three ways he can jack up his life: 1. Find a cause. There are lonely children in orphanages, and bitter war veterans in government hospitals. He could help them instead of napping. 2. Find a job.- A retired man who finds endless leisure unsatisfying does not need to pretend. He might find more pleasure in painting his neighbor's house or in serving a s a consultant to a business allied with liis former occupation than he finds now. 3. Find personal peace. Each man's peace in retirement is somewhat different. But he found it at 25, he found it at 45, and he cam find it again at past 65. ' » » Q—"My husband, an attorney, won't retire. He is 70. How can I convince him?"—L.H.S. A.—Don't. Not until he is ready to convince himself. Europe Not Trembling Over Peril By PRESTON GROVER PARIS l*t—European diplomats, assessing results of this week's NATO conference, appeared determined Saturday to ask the United States for more conces- ns before opening their coon- tries, to American missile and nuclear bomb bases. , Perhaps the major demand will be that the United States drop what Europeans'feel is a.negative attitude toward Russia and go into a high level conference prepared to make broad agreements. Increasing doubt seems to be __.. . developing'that Secretary of State! ministers thus was made relative- Dulles is the man to lead the United States in these talks. Nor did President Elsenhower's performance here dispel the fears of many diplomats concerning his health. The .issues focused during the conference will require top level negotiations and intense thought over the next two years. Europeans are, frankly, not reassured .that Eisenhower's health will allow him' to maintain the pace needed for leadership. These findings became apparent from a running series of talks with European diplomats before, during, and after the conference. At the conference an agreement in principle was reached to stockpile Europe with nuclear weapons but only after an attempt is made to 'get Russia into a conference on disarmament and other subjects endangering peace. A fundamental difference 'in point of view between Dulles and some of the European foreign ly apparent.- Dulles dearly dislikes talking to the Russianc because he feels it is fruitless. Europeans suppose that a great many Americans also < feel that dealing with Communist powers is a sqr- dic and dirty business which a clear - minded country ought to avoid. Europeans for the most part don't like communism but don't share the feeling'of many Americans that it is a contagion to be avoided. This is an important difference of attitude. While Europeans feel the late President Roosevelt went much too far in dealing with the Russians and trusting them, they feel Dulles is far too suspicious. World Scientists Gather In State INDIANAPOLIS Iffl — Many of the world's top scientists will gather here Thursday to open the 124th annual convention of the American Assn. for the Advancement of Science. The 1,200 scientific papers to be presented by 1,500 authors during the five-day session will range from radiation hazards in space travel and lung cancer to the sex of spinach. BurnettsvilleGirl kW AC Ot Month BtSKNEnTSVILLE — Mr. and'' Mrs. Cecil L. Dodt, of Burnetts-' ville, have received word that ' their daughter, SP2 Doris J. Dodt, • has been selected as WAC of the- month for December at the U.S. • Army Transportation Terminal Command at Yokohama, Japan. Miss Dodt, who attended school • at Burnettsville, was selected on tie basis of loyalty, character, military bearing, knowledge of military subjects and integrity. Monfjceffo MONTIOBLLO — Airman basic (Ronald P. Sprunger, son of Mr. and Mrs. A. P. Sprunger, of 750 Maple Street, has recently entered training in the aircraft mechanic course. Airman Sprunger is a 1955 graduate of Roosevelt high school. White County Memorial Hospital news — Dismissals, Mrs. James Fenstermaker and son, 301 North Bluff. Marriage licenses were issuecTfo George Dale Snowberger, Monticello, RCA and Carolyn Jean Blacfcwell, -Remington, Dec. 14 in the office of County Clerk Dean Cottrell; Earl'W. Kruke, Monticello, real estate appraiser, to Delphine Hauke, Monticello, issued Dec. IS; Ed-win W. McGuire Sr., Delphi, printer to May. . Morris, Monticello, clerk, issued Dec. 14; George E. Bradfield, Frankfort, teacher-coach, to Nancy Ann Beardsley, Frankfort, secretary, issued Dec. 14; Harold L. Dahl- enbur-g, MonticeHo, carpenter, to Milered L. Buis, waitress, Burnettsville; Gordon Kolb, Lafayette, route 1, teacher, and Carolyn Helen Hawkins, teacher, Monticello. Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Mull, rural route 5, Monticello announce the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter, Ruth Ann, to Francis Krintz, son of Mr. and Mrs. George Krintz, of Reynolds. Th e wedding will take place Sunday, January 19fch at the Monticello Presbyterian Church. Misses Carrie Sausaman, Corabelle and Julia Curtis and Mrs. Lola Graham, left this Saturday morning on a holiday trip by motor through Florida. Former Cuf/er Man On Trip With President CUOU3R _ A former resident of Cutler, James Clem, accompanied President Eisenhower to Paris and back last week. Clem is one of the youngest members of the United States Secret Service. Santa Willing Jo Incite Expression INDIANAPOLIS W — Photographer Larry Stoddard of the Associated Press told a large department store Santa Claus he'd like to get an expressive picture of a child visiting the jolly fellow. "Want me to pinch one of them?" asked Santa. Read the Classified Ads WHITMAN'S Candy S«ll«r— Famous SAMPLER CANDY Th. World's Bigg.rt So Fin* — So Famous So Sun to Fbaw $7 box T1MBERLAKFS SALE CALENDAR Jan. 15—Preston Tieman '. ; Bridge Jan. 21—Homer Wilson Roy Booth For Sale — 80 Acres Tipton Township The heirs of Milo Flanagan, deceased, on the 4th day of "January, 1958, at 10:00 o'clock A. M., and from day to day thereafter until sold, j at the office of Norman L. Kiesling, Attorney, 210% Fourth Street,! Logansport, Indiana, will offer for sale; The MILO FLANAGAN FARM, consisting of 80 acres of choice, level, productive farm land, located % mile east of Walton. Indiana, on Highway No. 218. Terms: 5% of bid to accompany offer, balance in cash at time of delivery of deed and abstract. Possession on or before March 1, 1958. The heirs reserve the right to reject any and all bids. Bid ; forms and general information may be secured from the above named attorney. ' Milo Flanagan Heirs .- DON WATSON OFFERS YOU THESE GENERAL |p ELECTRIC LAST MINUTE CHRISTMAS SPECIALS FILTER-FLO AUTOMATIC MATCHING DRYER $149 95 M.SPBD DRYBt 3Mg*H»ic<fein<)n«t-i>o hofet*> raifdoliiii. Automate time control IK or 230-wrt open- fan, Tempcntore selector for defofc or npiir (•brio. Safety door «l jbrt nitt. NON- MOVING FILTER WAS $299.95 SAVE $100 WITH TRADE OUR SPECIAL PRICE FOR CHRISTMAS SELECTS WATER TEMP. HOT OR WARM CLEANS AND RECLEANS WASH WATER NEW 1958 MODELS LINT FUZZ CLOTHES WATER- SAVER FOR SMALL LOADS YOU SAVE ON 64 G-E Television With Slim Silhouette Styling 34" Now At New Low Pric* NEW W PIUS FEATURES Improved "Pull-in Power" for better fringe-area reception with new, power-packed chassis. New 110 degree Aluminized Picture Tube New SLIM SILHOUETTE Styling Big, easy-to- watch pictures High contrast, dark-safety window "Set-and-Forget" Volume Control New "Direct Sound" end Multiple-Speaker Audio Systems. $329.95 Special close out Christmas prices while supply lasts. $18.95 $20.95 $79.95 $74.95 $8795 4 SPEED RECORD PLAYERS Reg. $24.95 NOW 4 SPEED RECORD PLAYERS Reg. $29.95 NOW Combination Radio and Phonograph 4 Speed Change Blond Wood Reg. $119.95 NOW Hi-Fidelity Table Model Mahogany Wood Reg. $99.95 NOW Hi-Fidelity Portable Genuine Leather Reg. $129.95 NOW Rag. $299.95 less Christmas Bonus of .$90.00 Now $279.95 $189.95 With Base G-E AND SUNBEAM MIXERS « Now $29.95 Don Watson Appliances YOUR G-E DGAlBt 223 - S. Sixth • Phone 2444

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